An Independent Republican Newspaper, Published i
fi! Auraria, Lumpkin County, Georgia, devoted to the
preservation of the Union, and Sovereignty of the
States. The sycophant of no Party —the slanderer
1“ dividual—the ft iend of Jackson.
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EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS’ DUTY
Notice tn Debtors and Creditors to be publishep
six weeks.—Prince’s Digest, page 157.
All intended Sales ol goods and chatties, belongin'*
to testators or intestates goods and chatties, shall te
published in two or more public places in the parish
[faunfy] where such effects are to be sold, and in the
gazette, at least forty days before the day of such in
tended sale.— ibid 151.
AH sales to be between the hours of ten and four
o’clock, and if continued from day to day. notice to
be given thereof on the first day of sale.—iVo’rf 167.
Sales of real property to be on the first Tuesday in
'he month, at the place of public sales,after sixty days
publication.— ibid 17).
Application for Leiters of Dismission published six
months.-- ibid IGS.
1 o be tluver'.ised by the Clerk ul the Inferior Court
That advertise with ns are notified that to make
" 'heir sales legal, those for April must appear ou the
Mist day of March.
For May, by the fifth of April.
WFor June, by the third day of May.
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nation on any ofthe Solvent Banks of ibis State.
Por publish ing tt urn wrel.ly Newspaper. at Auraria
1 f’rnrgio, to be. entitled
THS; 311 X EKS RECORDER
SPY IN THE WEST.
In the publication of (his Paper, the Editor will from
lime to time, furnish the public with all the informa
tion lie may be enabled to procure, in relation to the
progress ot the Mines, In addition to which, he will
t.horlly be furni-hed with a <crics ot Essays, written
by i.ilrrary Gentlrmcii. who have taken a Geological
view <d'this country, in which will be .'•hewn (he com
'*l< te arrangement of the different Strata of earths and
Nicies, forming this int*rv«tiiig section ol country, amt
in w hat kind Gold i« most usually found. The E«li
tvrwill endeavor nt nlll lines Io procuic from Aline
rab>gi«ts literary men and practical observers, such
information ns will keep up a constant investigation.
uftllC v in ions minerals found ill this country I
sc lei lions in liis power both of a domctic '
and foreign nature
As regards the polit : c.nl course of this paper, the ,
Editor will cndv ivr to pursue a liberal course keep- .
log at ali times his cuhlmlis open to the <li'«-us-ion o I
political subjects, which arc or may be ot interest to !
In relation to his own p ditical opinions, he con
sidtfs them Io be sinh as base been maintained in the
Southern States, from the adoption ot the Federal
o‘Uditn'ioii down to the present tune, lie believes
that Federal encroachments. should be guarded
Mgaiivl wilh vigilcnce nnd repelled with promptness
Yet, however, ill contending for the Rights ot the I
States, he cannot go t«»the extraordinary and danger-1
ou > extent of some of the politicians in a sister State ;
* Veram-c lie believes it would ultimately end in the de
struction ofthe government and all its rights.
His opinions how ex er lie considers ns nothing more
<luin the opinions ot any other individual, he will j
endeavor to art the part of a faithful Jour- i
I) tint without being suh-c<x tent to the views ot any.
party, leaving his j-nper to the im rsrigation ot
Jlfufh, and all iut-rrstinc subjects by all.
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übove a few insertion*
»• - MILTON IL GATH RIGHT.
|eb 22 51
Publish'd at Aurn'in, Lumpkin County da.,
BY HOLT A JONES.
'i'lits G izxr i t having been trilisfrrred by pur
base to the undersigned w ill in future he conducted
bv them conjointly as Editors and Proprietors The
r ,'- iv j.ms W hivli have impelled them to an undcrfnk
xn« at once so luborioiw and responsible, ns the con
diict of a public Journal, in connection with their pro
fessional avocations, may be read in the present low
erin - aspect of the political horizon. produced bv
the iVarful prevalence of the doctrines ot the Presi
dents ilt-starrcd ITwlatnsriuu —doctrines at war with
the genius and »!»•«* <l ' ” ur Government—in their
nature. Uweißn to its theory—in their tendency, de
stwetive to »’s character as a confederated republic.
* bv overtwning the rights and sovereign!y of the
UMrs which compo-c it. •»•’* in Ih.ir final end and
tfret b.iletnl to the hberties ofthe |M-ople.
T<x contribute our feetie aid in Hie great work ot
producing a conformity in the pno-lieea nf the Feder-
to it' W and original theory- >n
■restraining it* action w itl«« on-mal and v ell dr
!med limits: in "»«e vord. to dethrone
rim misrule <■! revived I ederali*m and to reri- the
n.n-m.nv.d the rejected R. | üblu-u..-m ot
I <d jo the t' -v Rt’d gonutav ttate rights sJeetswt
V t s
SP¥ IN THE WEST.
•‘let there bs Harmony in Ttiikcs essential —l ibhra li t y is riti ig s sot t99eA Tt a L CiiAr, it t i > 4i.l ’’
AURARIA, LUMPKIN COUNTY, GEORGIA, MARCH 2», 1884.
| in its primitive purity, strength and beauty, untram
i inclled with the conditions, restrictions, limitations
■ and refinements ofthe political weather-cocks of the
i present day—these may be numbered among the ob
jects, to the accomplixhment of which, our humble
exertions shall be devoted, with a zeal and we Irust
! a sincerity not unbecoming their importance.
' Nurtured and brought upas we have been, in the
( admonition ot the Republican dtate Rights doctrine
i— in a contest in which their preservation is sought
* on the one hand by the lovers of Constitutional Lib
. erty, and threatened on the other by the renewed as
j saults of re-animated Federalism, it may be easily
conjecturcd'on which side we are to be found. We
! aspire to belong to the Republican State Rights Party,
' professing such principles as sustained the Fathers of
that faith in ’93 and ’99- -aa bore tlwit party in Geor
gia triumphant, through the political conflicts of’2s
and 26. and to which it has not proved recreant in
’32 and’33 We claim to be disciples of the School
of Jefferson, as taught in the Kentucky and Virginia
Restitutions. But professions of republicrnism have
become mere cant, when every party lays claims to
■ that title, from the Union Democratic Republican par-
ly of Georgia, up to the great National Republican
party ofthe Union, and back to the remnant of the
parly which rejoiced in the subsequent election of a
Sedition Inw Judge, ns the triumph of the Democratic
Republican party of New England! Equally vague is
the pretence to belong to the State Rights Party, since
many of those who profess to be State Kights adher
ents. deny to the States all other rights, but those of
remonstrance and rubmi.nion. Stiil more uncertain
is the proii ssiun of belonging to the Jeffersonian
School, since many who pretend to bn followers of
that Patriot, publish to the world, the preposterous,
the liiimiiiating notion, that the labours of bis whole
lite were intended tv prove that the St iteshave only
the right ot petitioning for a redress <■! grievances—<>t
rcnioustrating against unconstituHonal Federal Legis
lation, mid finally “w hen all other remedies fail” of
■—-■protesting !! ! To prove that our profes
sions are not of this character let the colamnsol the j
Herald De our witness. ’
The ears of the people have of bite been drummed
almost to deafness with the continued and popular
cry of Union! Umou!! Union !!! We too profess,
not emptily, to love and venerate the Unio :. and to
be a« highly sensible of its incalculable value and iru
portance, as those who are im st loud and boistersous
in their clamours Bui w e seek to have a Union in
truth and indeed; a Union of States in its pristine
beauty and simplicity; in its original healilitul vigour
and purity V. e would be spared to pan ■of viewing
our own native Georgia, in v. Lose »bo>(Tn we have
been cherishe.d; upon the fruits of whose soil we have
been reared; in whose bountiful institutious, we have
been educated ; a mere speck upon the map of a great
consolidaied empire, stripped of her ancient rights,
am! disrobed ol her [iremeval sovereignty, by the a
gci't she had helped to create; proud as we are, and
as we have reason to be ot her imine and of her peo
ple-- ardent as are our affections tor her, sooner let it
be written that “she was, but is no more.” We
w ould have her ns of right she should oe. nsovereign
!ncuibcr---an integral part ot a great confededated Re
public. which shall continue the pride of the world
the hope of Freedom—whose living principle shall
manliest itself, not in the pomp and splendour of an j
immense and all controlling central power; but in the |
happiness and prosperity ot every one, even the
least »t its members.
It shall be our purpose to make the Hera'd wor
thy the perusal of all classes of readers—ot those who
delight in the pleasure of romance and the “Music of
I , oc.ry”--of hose who prefer to pursue the delightful
paths of historic or of scientific research, —of those
whose business it is to delve in “mother earth.” in
pursuit of her glitteiing treasures, as well as of those
who are connected, either through choice of necessi
ty. wi'h the agitating political controvercies ot tne.
day. iflhe increase of patronage which we seek,
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' University of Georgia.
j lx,. uexi >. oiiege jession will commence c>i. ih>
j| Hitb January, lt>34. For admission into the
Freslitnan Class, a candidate must have a correct
knowledge of Cicero's Orations, Virgil, John and
Acts nt the Greek Testament, Gneca Minora or Ja
cob’s Greek Reader. English .Grammer, and Geog
raphy, and l»e well ncquajiited with Arithmatic
STUDIES OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS.
Ist. T<r/n, Aug. to N»r. — Livy, Gra?ca Majors, Ist
vol commenced, and tie. French Language.
2d Term, from Jan. to April— Livy, Graeca, Majo
ra, Ist vol. and Frenchcontinued.
3J Term, April to A. ig.— Livy and Graeca Majora,
Ist vol. concluded. Freich continued, and Day’s, Al
gebra, through Ratio and Proportion.
STUDIES OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS.
Ist Tenn, Aug. to Njv.— Horace and Graeca Ma
joru, 2d vol. commented, Algebra concluded, and
three books ofGeonictiy. (Playfair’s Euclid.)
2rf Terni : Jan- to Afrit. — Graeca Majora, 2d vol.
continued; Horace and Geometry concluded, and
3rf Term, April to Aug.— Graeca Majora, 2d vol.
concluded; Modern Languages, Plain Trigonometry,
Mensuration, Surveying, Botany, and Tyler’s His
The present Junior Chss have studied in addition
to the above, the first book ol Cicero de Oratore, the
first book of Homer’s Iliad, Blair’s Lectures, and
Olmsteads Mechanic's in part.
Though the classes regularly attend to French tit
ling the Freshman and Sophomore years, yet it is no
' made an indispensable requisite for admission into any
lof the classes Provision is made forthose who en
! ter without a knowledge of French, to study that
language, for which there is noadditionalchargeof
Those who desire it will have opportunity of study
mg Hebrew Spanish, German, and Italian wifhou
any additional charges.
The rates of tuition are S3B per annum, payable
halfyearly in advance.
Board can be obtained in respectable families at
from.sß to $lO per month.
By order of the faculty.
WM. L. MITCHELL, Sec’ry
November 16 1833—42.
ATTOHNEi AT LAW.
Cherokee Court House, Georgia.
fS now prepared to attend to any professional buai
siness entrusted to liitn He tenders his thanks to
those persons who have, so liberally patronized him in
the Courts where he has practiced. Communications
to ensure attention, must come post-paid
JOHN HENRY EI’MPKIN.
ATTORNEY A T LA IV.
RAVING determined on a permanent location at
Livingston, in Floyd county, respectfully ten
ders his professional services to his fellow-citizens. —
He will, attend the Courts in the several counties of
the Cherokee Circuit; and all Executions and other
business confided to him by Merchants and other per
sons at a distance, w ill receive bis prompt and undi
vided attention; and for reference he most respectful
ly’refrrs his fellow-citizens to Gen. Thomas Glascock,
of Aagustn, Col. Hunter and Col. Fannin, of Savan
march B—- p 56
Late of Clinton.
H\S opene >li e CENTRAL HOTEL, in the ex
tensive Fire r« of Brick Building; recently erec
<euii» this City- 'I he Location is central to thebusiuess
t.i the place, ir. i the House is conveniently arranged
for the acco iin.odalion of Families or single persons,
either as reglar ortransient Boarders. The beds «S: fur
niture throughout, are new and superior The. Table]
and Bar will al wavs be furnished with the best the ;
market affords, mid no pains will be spared by the
Proprietor, to render comfortable and agreeable, nil
who favor him w ith their custom and he hopes from
his long experience, and the satisfaction heretofore
rendered the community, to merit from his friends
nud the public, a liberal share of patronage Exten
i -five and convenient Stables arc attached to tho Ho
A/173 G.S7 03 Z/O TEL.
The und •rsigned having situated liimselt n the
town of I IVINGSTON. Floyd county, respectfully in
forms his friends and the public, generally, that he
has ojM-ned a house of
PI BIJC ENTER TA INMEN T, j
Where he hope, to receive a deserved share of cus |
torn Hi'i HOUSE is situated on the south-east cor
ner of Rixei and Broad-streets He assures the pub j
lie that his TABLE will be lurui*h with the bext that
can be procured in ihe country, by industry nr.,4 »m
--uey, and every me»»» »s»d to render those comforta
ble that may visit hi- House.
Ilis STABLE will be provided with a sufllcirnt
quantity ol CORN. FODDER nud OATS, at idl
times, and under thecimslant and exclusive cure of am
experienced and fcitMwl HOSTLER.
The Proprietor ia making his charges, will always
remember the pressure of Ihe tiaw«
This Iremitiiul site and rising Town, is ‘ituated on
the bank ofthe C<»o«n river, neortbe head of steam
boat navigation. This village must possess some ad
vantages highly faroral.le to ins ssurcantile interest.
A. If JOHNSTON
The Federal Union and Georgiu Journal will, each,
insert this notice tour limes and forward tne their h<
counts for payment. A- II- J-
f'tnr.D LOT No. &»ur hundred and r ighty n t:ie
W third district ni th* thi A «cction ot originally
Cherokee eonnly. Pumj k.n \ meer , k run«’.hn-igb
this Lot near its centre It * 5 s“ui t<* contain Gobi.
Apply to •*’• JU HAN
Feb 22—«—'4 e
Cumming*, Forsyth Co»
JOHN JO L Li,
BR INFORMS his Itieiidft and all persons
JL visiting this country, that he has
opened a HOUSE OF ENTER
TAINMENT, in the town of Cum*
j tiling, where no pains will be avoiued to render his
I Fioin the newness of the country, it canriot be
] expected that the accoinniod.irions will be as com
i plete as those furuisherl at some Houses m the
older parts of the State, but the proprietor assures
! the public that he will continue with all speed to add
i to his establishment, until it is put on a looting in
ferior to none in this countiy.
Jfajpjfr, FWI HE subscriber respectfully informs
M the public that he has just opened
IlltW H HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT,on
4aflßnS& the N. W. corner of the public square and
fronting the Cowt-Honsc, in the town of Edabwuh,
Cherokee county, where he will at all times be pre
pared to accommodate the fashionable Visitor and
the weary Traveller and Daily Boarder, upon the
most reasonable terms. The subscriber forbears
making pledges that he cannot redeem, but assures the
public that his accommodations will be inferior to
none in the place, but of the best ‘he country affords
No pains will be spared to make bis Guests comforta
ble, Ac. B. F. JOIIN'STODT.
Feb 15 1
City 11 a 11,
COLL M B .vJKG IA r
IS situated oh the corner of Broad and St Clair
sirs, which is in the centre ofthe city and heart of
business, being in front ofthe Columbus Bank ano
Ihe next door below the Insurance Batik. The CITY
HALL has extensive accommodations for the man of
family, the iiidividnal trurelfer, the daily border or
the tashionabfe visiter. The Proprietors pledge.
themselves that neither expense nor attention shall be
wanted to render lh« w guests comfortable.
Columbus, January t, 1834 tebß r— s 2
GEORgTaTfORS YTII COUN TY.
SIMEON WHITE, of captain Hutchins district,
tolls before me. a large
Ten or eleven years old, with white spots an each
side of her neck, shod before Appraised by Abso-
Icm M. Reece and Osbourn Haygood to forty dollars.
CURTIS GREEN, j. r.
A true extract from the P.strm/ Rook.
JOHN BLALOCK, c. i. c.
Jan. 11 m 48
Riley Wilson, of Capt. Hutchins district, toles be
fore me. Curtis Green, acting Justice, in and for said
county, one BLACK MARE, about six or seven years
old, w ith a blaze in herfnee, her two hind feet white,
shod all round, near five feet high, no other brands or
marks* discoverable. Appraised by Absalom Thorn
ton and James Gray, to forty dollars.
CURTIS GREEN, j. r.
A true extract from. the original docket.
JOHN BLALOCK, c. i. c.
March 8 50.
GEORGIA, CASS COUNTY.
Andrew Adair, of the 856th district, Georgia Mili
tia, on Ooiitbgallogee creek, tolls before me a BAY
TTfl TttgTT, irn rnTTriSrogT~w-mre-^r—<*-v«...- l - » L
right fore foot w hite round the hoof and left fore loot
some white nt the edge of Ibe boot', star in the foie
head, rather switch tail, shod nil round, some marks
ofthe saddle, no brand perceivable, racks and trots
Appraised by B. S. Hardman and Joseph Mahon to
fifty dollars. J. C. I < >VV I .RS, j. r.
A true ertract front the 7 stray Rook,
LEATHEM RANKIN, c. i. c.
Feb. 8. M
gold and LAND LOTS rod SALE-
The subscriber offeia the follow ing LOTS for sale :
Number District Section
753 3 2
1322 19 2
138 3 4
397 3 1
194 3 3
303 1" - l
279 ’ « 3
43 22 ;
Any person in the up-conntry or elsewhere, u nliing
to purchase either ol the above Lots, will find the
owner in Milledgeville, about the tenth and fifteenth
December next, at Mr. Buffington's boarding house.
1 DAVID J MILLER.
Were county, oct 12 — 0—35o —35
_ FOR SALE
The following Gold and Land LOT 8, viz -
No. 153 SD. 1 S. No. 7 7D. IS.
317 19 3 12 5 2
lilt 4 21 3 162 12 3
HIW >8 3 ,9 4
1260 14 I w
419 13 1 76 12 4
593 P 2 195 8 2
1291 li 1 *7O 10 1
12:55 19 3 2'9 9 4
3:Mi 3 1
\ni>!v. in Savannah, tn
‘ 1 Dr. GI.OItGE MH.I.IN, ®r
.MINE FOR HALE.
Lot No. 212 —15—2. known ns Ihe SIXES GOLD
MINE, u tor-ale. J’ i- unnecessary to describe the
' Lot. as i'.3 mining q’laliiies nre already generally
j known to miner- 1 , a- one of the most valuable Gold
i Mine* to Georgia A crfl runs through Ihe lot suf
ficient twenty rockeis. and good hou-( <■ arc•built
ready to commence v. or! ,; ng Letters, post paid, di
-1 reeled lo me at Tallahas=<’e, k cridn. will be answered,
I a liln-ral credit u II b* riven for I e pnrclin** money
THUMAB <L GORDON..
I Gi.Lil AND LAND.
AT PRIVATE SAlst‘
Lot No. Dis. Sefc.
190 4 1 ) _ ~
683 5 1 i LampkiQ.
900 1 2 'I
320 16 22 I
581 18 2 J
,121 19 2 > Cobb.’
123 19 2
618 2 3
1023 17 2 Fraction
And Montgomery’s Ferry. J
632 3 2——Cherokee*
1061 17 3 Cass.
1085 21 3 | PauldiR S’
214 14 3 | Murray.
203 6 4 Walker.
The above LOTS are principally valuable for sort,
and will be sold on accommodating terms Persons
desirous of purchasing can have an opportunity of
doing so by applying to the undersigned, either at
Auraria, or while he is out attending the Courfs in t|io
several counties of the Cherokee Circuit, during th6
present riding. WILLIAM E. WALKER.
Feb. 15. 4 1
THE subscriber will endeavor to be at each of he
Superior Courts of the Cherokee Circuit, begirt',
nlng with Lumpkin Court.at which be will attend >b<>at
the middle of •he first Week Alt persons who have
business with him will do well to attend at the Court-
House in each Cieinty at the time mentioned, it will
save much trouble The Agent will attend Cobb and
Paulding Courts of the Coweta Circuit.
WILLIAM G SPRINGER
Feb 22—t —54 Agent.
' '■ ■ —— —— * ’•
Doctor M. Montgomery*
Having settled himself permanently in Floyd coun
ty Ga, respectfully tenders his services to the public in
flic practice of
MV.V)U LNE SURGERY, &c.
He will attend to all calls, in any branch of med--
trine, aftu may. afwav s, be found at the resilience of
James Hemphill, esq. Vann’s Vally, until the county
cite, be established.
Communications to the CLERK of the Sun. -:or
Court of Floyd county, must, to secure atteroi,v» in
every instance, come post-paid ; and. in no iro ance
wilj a DEED he recorded until the office . <;<;» are paid
The Federal Union will publish this notice nnie i
month for four months and seed their acconi’f !■ me
fur payment. E. G. ROGERS, C .* C
jan 25 • 56 Floyd com, ty.
All persons nra cautioned against trespassing in anv
way upon let number ! LFVFN HUNDRED ANt
FIFTY-SEVEN, in the eighteenth district of the
third m, as the law will be rigidly enforce d in
Ki a Fliyif ’ ■--- ||~‘7J!JB^ >aB>HMaHMnaBMaa u" | " a *u*u**t<9<* lliaMM *
All th* TOWN LOTS, inf the town of Marietta,
Crdrh County. Georgia, will be sold, at public, outcry,
on the !4th day of April; to continue from day to day
unti' all are sold. Terms made known >n the day o*
sale Given under on hands this )Bth F*t>rn ir/
JAMI'S T M ATTI , j , ~
JOHN IV LOWFY, j i c
EDWARD MAYS, j. i • *
1.1 MMA KI UTI.FVj i c.
JOHN COLLINS, j : e.
I expect to Preach at Mr in Forsyth
county, on .Mood y I7i io.-t >nl.
Mr I’erktn’s. Cherokee. Tneot 'v •’ I.
Mr. Maddox's Wedr, «day L-ih
Mr Pulman’s Tb»r - s!ay. 2)’-,.
Hixes Gohl Mines Fr <iav.
Cherokee C. JL Hut. A •’riinday 2 ;>! 23rd.
Mr. Well's Mon<lav.24tl
Jf'ir? Ml All Bi ' i
'Athens female Acacieh j.
tw HIS l> sfrtnlirot Will be opened on the i’ P
MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, ttr«d»i ih -
joint •Jirccfarw ot lb* ewlnH-.i ilmrs. A sutfieieet i :t;:-
■ her of competent assistant's Will at all times be i>ro
• v iderl.
Rates of Tuition, payable in adcanre.
’ Foj Scholars rnsfrrtCfi d iu Spelling. Reading. V' rit
j ing nrd Arithmetic, ns far as Vulgar Fraebop
| Smith's system. #4 60 per qr.
Same- -with English Grammer and
' Geogi apliy. 60 “
Rhetoric. History, Use ofGlobr s Nat
ural Philosophy. Chemistry, /fstto-’
nomy. I-alin and Greell Languages, _
and the Mathematics. 00 “
Instructions will he give in ihe Fretah Language.
; The MwsiC Room, as heretofore, w ill be occupied
bv MRS WALTHALL, whose tin
j science, and experience in teaching, need no c< rti
inendalioe. .... ,
Drawing and Painting will be taught in the Acade-
I m 3'he school will be provided with Apparatus for
illustration in the different sciences
There wiH be monthly examinations w ithout any
| previous preparation.
Shat'stir Year— 7««
Qfj Boarders will be rc c«iV. d ih tie family of the
Senior Princ'n*! ri-Wiag on the pn uii -s.
*m » "■“’i*'*-
J Nev. 30.--- it.