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as feel willing, to hand to the above named gentle
man nearest them, the amount of their subscription.
It will be very acceptable at this time.
In order that (be Intelligencer may appear and
be seen in each county of this state, in the counties
where we have no subscribers, which do not exceed
half a dozen, we direct it to the Clerk of the Stipe,
rior Court, who is requested to preserve it for the in
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LAW! LAW! LAW!
The subscriber has located himself at Hickory Flat
Post-Office, near the centre of Cherokee county, and
intends practicing fjAW in the various counties
of die Chkrokbf. Circuit : he pledges himself,
Eroinptly and faithfully, to discharge any business in
is Professional Line that may be submitted to his
care ; to attend to the collection of money due on
executions. » n any part of the circuit, for a very rea
sonable compensation Should any person wish to
return Land, as (rnuduleßtly drawn, to ascertain, im
mediately, whether the Land is worth re(liri ,;„ e or
not, and notify the informer accordingly Commu
nications inav be sent, by mail, either'to the Post-
Office at which he rendesorto Cherokee court-house
r.b io-3a— i
Vol. I—No. 2.
RICHARD M- HOLT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Having located at Cherokee Court-House, will
practice i:i the various branches of the profession, in
the several counties of Cherokee circuit. He promis
es diligence in the adjustment of ail business submitt
ed to his cate and attention.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Cherokee Court House, Georgia.
Is now prepared to attend to any professional bu
siness entrusted to him. He tenders bis thanks to
those persons that have, so liberally patronized him in -
I the Courts where he has practiced. Communications
to ensure attention, must come post-paid
AV 11 /Li IA M! 1A it DI
Formerly of henry county, has located
ntmselfin the Cherokee Territory
NEAR NFW EC HOT A,
Where he proposes to attend the Sheriff’s sales
in the adjoining counties, and superintend the
examining and having endorsed by Justices of the
Peace, all small Executions, that may > e directed to
him, from other counties, for collection; also, all
large Executions (hat may be submitted to his manage
ment; be promises all his assiduity and care in this
business He will, strictly, pursue such directions as
; may be given him. His charges will, in all cases, be
j The Georgia Journal. Federal Union, Savannah
j Georgian, Augusta Constitutionalist and Courier, Ma
i con Telegraph and Columbus Enquirer, will give the
! above two insertions and send me their accounts for
payment. W. y.
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Established in 1813.
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different practice has been extensively introduced,
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men of what will furnished to orders. The as
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carefully, in twenty years, brought, to its present
i high state ol | leifei.tion, anti embraces a variety of
i styles adopted to ditfrerent tastes, and Io the various
departments of Printing, Newspaper Book and Job,
I highly finished, and cast of the most serviceable me
| tai Not to notice the varieties which are distin
guished by their numbers in the Book, it contains
i ROMAN & ITALIC 27 sizes, from Twelve-line
I Pica to Pearl.
TWO-LINE and TITLE, 15 sizes, Two Line
Columbian to Agate.
SHADED, 13 sizes, Ten-line Pica, to Long
ITALIAN, 7 sizes, Seven-line Pica to Long
ANTIQUE, 17 sizes, Ten-line Pica to Nonpariel.
BLACK. 12 sizes, Four-'ine Pica to Minion.
OPEN BLACK, 5 sizes. Four-line Pica to Great
SCRIPT, 2 sizes, Double Small Pica, and Great
Besides Music, Back Slope, Ornamental Letters,
Lottery Figures, Piece Fractions, Superior Astrono
mical, and other Signs, Space Rules. 'Wass Rules,
Ornamental Dashes, Long Braces, more than 200
kinds of Flowers, and 1000 (hits and ornaments for
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articles bei g always on nand. ‘
New-York. Jan. 28, 1838.
TOWN LOTS Foil SALE.
ON the llth day ol March next, I w ill offer for sale,
to the highest bidder,a number ot HALF ACRE
LOTS of LAND at this on accommodating
terms, which will be made known on the day
WARSAW is situated on the east bank of the
Chatahoochee river, on the direct route from Law
. renceville to Cherokee Court House. New Ecliola,
and soon, and twelve miles west or nor‘h west of Law
renceville. It is a healthy and handsome situation,
w’artered by several springs ot as good water as any
that Georgia affords its locality is such that Law-
I renceville will tie several miles nearer to it than any
other Court House: it will therefore enjoy a very
I large opening for any kind ot business commonly car
l ried on in villages. I respectfully request all persons,
• that may feel an inclination to purchase, to call and
• view the premises, before the day of sale A good
Ferrv-Boat is kept here andentertainment can lie had
'on reasonable terms. Tin* pub ic hands are now at
work on the road from Law renceville to this place:
and I am informed, that it is (tie Government's in-
I tention to open the road on to Cherokee Court House.
I New Echota.and thence to the Tennesse line.
, ELISHA BETTS.
feb 16-1 'f Warsaw.
ANY Information respecting GEORGE J CONN,
who left Augusta, Geo., sometime in the year
! 18260 r 1827. for New-Orleans, and has not been heard
. of since, will be thankfully receivad, by Ins disconso
late mother, Information can be given, by aderessing
A. Z- Augusta. Georgia. leblt>-1
ILJ’Editors of Newspapers in Louisiana and Ala
bama. and the adjoining States, will confer a favor on
the parents and friends of said G. J. CONN, by giv
ing the above a few insertions.
Cherokee, [C. ll.] Saturday, Februar 23, 1833.
The Truth—The whole Truth.
, ! Cherokee Sheriffs’ Sales.
Will be sold, at the court house in Cherokee coun
ty, on the first Tuesday in March next, between
the usual hours of sale v
A tract ol Land, containing one hundred and
sixty acres more or less, being lot number seventy )
six, in the sixth district of the fourth section of
Cherokee county, levied on as the property of
Gi rling Caldwell to satisfy a fi fa issued from the
justices court of the two hundred amt ixty eighth
| district ot Georgia militia in favor of John Barton
against said Caldwell, levied and returned to me by I
; a constable.
One tract of Land containing forty acres more or I
less, being known as lot number two hundred and
eighty two in the second district of the second sec
tion of Cherokee county, levied on as the property
of Edward M’Dermont to satisfy a fi ta issued from
the superior court of Wilkes county in favor of
I homes Senunes against said M’Dermont.
One tract of Land containing forty acres more ot
les-, being lot number three hundred and seventy
five m the first district ofthe first section Cherokee
j comity, levied on as the property of Edward M’Der
; moot to satisf a fi fa issued fiotn Wilkes superior
, couit in favor ol Thomas Sernmes.
| A bay stud Horse, lev led on as the vroperty of
Richard Blackstock to satisfy a fi la issued from
tl e superior court of Hall county in favor of Andrew
■ F. Wooley executor. &e. against John Blacks;..ck
! Rici ard Blackstock and Lewis Yariry; properly
pointed out by Lewis Yancy one of me defendants.
One tract of Land, lot number one hundred and
twenty nine in the third district ofthe first sei tiot.
originally of said county, containing fortv icres
more or less, levied on as the piop rty of John I ird '
to satisfy a fi fa issued from the justices court ofthe
four hundred and eleventh district of Georgia
militia, in Hall county, in favor of John Clayton jtm.
One tract of Land, lot number seven hundred
and eighty eight in the nineteenth district ot the
third section of originally Cherokee, containing
forty acres of Land mote or less, levied on as the
property of Collins 11. Belcher to satisfy a fi fa
) issued from the justices court of Richmond county
i in favor of Thomas Wilkins against said Collins
IL Belcher, levied on and returred by a constable.
j<m 23 sheriff.
Also, will be sold at the above time and place.
Two hundred barrels of Corn, levied on as the
property of John Clayton to satisfy a fi fain favor
wf Ivors & Graham.
One 10l of Land, number one hundred and thirty
four in the sixth district ol the first section ot ori
ginally Cherokee, levied on as the property of
Jacob Beaiding in favor of John M'Mullin.
Lot number eight hundred and seventy two in
the third district ol the second section of originally
Cherokee county, levied on as the propcity of
I'icliarri White tv satisfy a fi fa in favor of Thomas
Lot number three hundred and eighty one in the
first district id' the second section of originally
Cherokee countv, levied on as the property ol John
Moss to satisfy a ft fa in favor of \\ hite & Mann.
Lot number six hundred and thirty six in the
twenty first district of the second section of ori
ginally Cherokee county, levied on as the property
of Joab alias Joseph Thompson, to satisfy a fi fa
in favor of John Galington.
Lot number three hundred and seventy four in
the fifteenth district ofthe first section of origir.aliy
Cherokt e county, levied on as the pr. perty of H-
Hull, to satisfy a fi fa in favor of \\ ihmm Bishop.
Lot number eighty one tn the fifth district and
I lot number twenty six in the twenty second district
I both of the second section of originally Cherokee
I county, levied on as the propert of Abraham
Leathers, to satisfy a ft fa in favor of Caleb Field
for the use of Spencer Brown.
ISAAC W HORTON,
i feb 23 Dep ShfF.
WWTILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in April next
W T betW'een the lawful hours ot sale, at the
Court-House in the County of Cherokee,the follow- j
itig property, to-w it: —
Lot of Land number one hundred and seventeen
( 117) in the tenth (10) district third section—levied on
• as the property of Mikel Buff, to satisfy one small fi. ’
fa. in favor of James Lang.
; Also, lot number nine hundred and thirty-two (932)
> in the fourth (4) district, first section—levied on as the
. property of Jackson Hewett, to satisfy’ two small ti.
, | las. one in favor oi Billups & Shackleford, the other
' in favor of Robert Groves.
Also, lot number nine hundred and tliirtv-eight
(938) in the fourth (4) district third section —levied on 1
. as the property of \\ illiatn Grimes, to satisfy one I
. ‘ small fi. ta. in favor of Robert Groves.
Also lot number sixty-two ((>2) in the twenty-fourth ;
. (24) district, third section—levied on as the property
of John M. Dowdy, to satisfy one small fi. fa. in favor
i of Thomas S. Tate, levied and returned to me by a
• i Also, lot number two hundred and fifty-two (252)
t in the twenty-eight district, third section—levied on
•_ as the property of Jacob Farmer and William Far
. mer. to satisfy a fi. f-i. issued from the Inferior Court
of Hall county, in favor ot Thomas 8. Tate against '
Jacob Farmer and W illiam Farmer.
Also, lot number two hundred and four inthe third !
(3) district, first section—levied on as the propei ty of,
- Joseph Nalley and William Farmer, to satisfy a fi. fa.
issued from the Inferior court of Hall county in favor
of Thomas S. Tate against Joseph Nalley and William
. ) Farmer, property pointed out by plaintiff,
r Also, lot number two hundred and twenty nine
I (229) in the twenty-third (23)district,second section-
- levied on as the property of Eli Wood to satisfy a fi
? fa. issued from the Superior court of Franklin county. I
in favor of Robert T. Banks egainst Eli Wood arid
• James Edmerspn, ; roperty pointed out by plaintiff's
I feb IG—l 5Y .T : ff
COUNTY OF CHEROKEE. i
I have now in the hands of the Engraver, which '
will be C' mulcted by the first of November next a
general ami a„C&ate MAK Cherokee country,
drawn from the returns of the District Surveyors.—
Owing to the great number of Lots into which the
country has been divided, particularly the Gold Re
gion, and the large dimensions of the sheet it will re
quire, to have all those numbers distinctly and accu
rately laid down, 1 have thought it advisable to form
| the Map into separate and distinct sections ; which I
. designate as Gold Map and Land Map.
All the Land districts in the territory are laid down
' on one sheet, and constitute a distinct and separate ■.
Map by themselves.
The districts reserved and surveyed as Gold dis
tricts. are divided into three sheets or Maps. Districts
Nos. 1,2, 3,4, 5. 11, 12, 13, Hand 15. of the first
’ section, form the first Map.
Districts Nos. 1, 2. 3, 14 15, 16, 17, 18. 19, 20, 21
and 22, ofthe second section, form the second .Map.
Districts Nos. 1,2, 3. 4, 17 18, 19.20,21 a.id22of
flu third section, and districts Nos. 1,2. 3. 16 and 17
of tiie fourth section, form the third Map. On these]
Maps w ill be found each district in the te ritory, w ith
••very squ we lot of Land and Fraction distinctly laid J
down and numbered—all Mom.tains Rivers, Creeks,
Jiyanches. Roads. Ferries, &c. are correctly and l
The Map will be handsomely engraved, printed on
strong silk paper, colored and put up in Morroco
cases, at the following prices, viz :
Land Map " $5 00
tx.dd Maps $3 50 each, or for the three fO 00
’*'<>r Gold ami Laud Maps, comprising
the whole Territory 15 00
Persons desirous of obtaining this valuable Map,
i will do well to inform the publisher soon, as but a li
mited number can he obtained during the drawing of
All communications addressed to the subscriber, in
.Milledgeville, Ga. postage paid of course, will meet
with prompt attention.
aug 23 1832
Gold and Land Maps.
Owing to the delay of some ot ‘he surveyors, in
making their returns, and the consequent delay that
has unavoidably attended the publication of the Gold
.M- psof Cherokee, I have concluded to reduce the
price of them Irom T* Nto SIX DOLLARS The
Gold Map is divided into three parts, and the price Ot
i the three, comprising all the Gold Districts, with the
i exception of the eleventh in the first section, which
| has not yet been returned will hereafter be six dollars
or two dollars fifty cents each 1 have also now pre
paring, which will be completed in a few weeks a
•' CHART representing all the QUALITIES of, and
i I.MI’R' >VI MENTS on every Lot on my Land Map,
) which, together with the Man, will be sold for FIVE
) DOLLARS All persons who have purchased, and
. all who may hereafter purchase, lite Land Map. shall
receive a List ofthe Qualities, gratis, so soon as com
feb 5 1833
The Lectures in this Institution will commence, as
usual on the. first Monday in November, and continue
without intermission, until the first Saturday of
March ensuing. The courses are at follows, viz:
Anatomy | p Be|l : amit) W . Dudley, M. D.
I SURGERY $ 7
Institutes oi Medicine )
and >ByChs. Celdwell, M D
Cr.iKicAi. Practice y
Th eoky and Practice ) i
of /Uy John E. Cook, M. D.
Obstetrics and the ? W(n h Richardson, M. D.
Diseases of vv omen S
M ETERI A MeDICA )
and >Charles W. Short, M. D.
Medical Botany. )
and > Lunsford P. Yandell, M. D.
During the entire term, the Professor of Anatomy
, and Surgery, Lectures nine times each week, and the i
j other Professors, daily, Sabbath excepted. The fee 1
of admission to the entire course, including matricula
tion and the use ofthe Library, is SI 10 00
Graduation 21) 00
Within the past year. large additions have been
made to the Medical Library and Chemical Appara
tus By order ofthe Faculty,
C W. SHORT, Dean.
The session of the Law Department will com
] mence on the first Monday in November and continue
; four months. The students will be divided into class
\ es and each class separately lectured and examined,
daily. Sabbath excepted. Mock court held every
| Saturday. Students furnished with text-books from
the Library. There are now in the Institution stu
dents from the following states, Mississippi. Tennes
see, Kentucky. .Missouri, New-York and Pennsylva
nia In all respects the "course w ill be as during the
last two years, which is now’ too well known to re
quire further details.
Matriculation and Library Fee £5
, Ticket to Law-Lectures 25
! Medical Jut isprudence If) I
A student may take ei’her Ticket witheut j
other. I). .MAYES. Prof. L«?
C. C \LDWF.LL.-« D.
Arof .Med. J, lr xl"udeiw/.
HEAD QUARTER^ 7 '
Milledgeville. January 5 I*3 ’
Ordered, that William Harp*, ofthe brigade
•<>f the seventh division. Geojgia Militia < )p and he is
i herebv eppointed Aid-de-Camp to the< ommanuer-in*
Chief, with the rank of Colonel, a«M ‘hat he be obey
ed and respected accordingly. .
order of the Commri j ' , ' f ‘ r ‘' n '^ e s'<
J ' W/• W WELLBORN’.
.Ser. Z x.
Whole No. 2.
rema i n ”‘g tn the Office at New-Ecllota,
Cra. the Ist of January, 1833, which if not token out in
.hiee months will be sent to the General Post-Office tu
Mrs. Ann Muredy, 1
James Cogburn, 1
Syfvanus Walker, 1
James M. Davis, 1
Hugh Price, 1
WILLIAM J. TARVIN, P. M.
A LIST -
Os letters remaining i n the Post Office at Cheroket
Court-House, on the first day of January 1833, which
if not taken out in. three months will be forwarded to the
General Post Office t as dead letters.
Joseph C. Hunter, 1
John Martin, ]T
Mr Petit, for John Doyle 1
Harbard Upchurch, 1
WILLIAM GRISHAM P. M.
To Post-Masters in the line from Homage's Cherokee
A rackagc, oftwo sheets.l think, about the 23d of
Nov last, was placed in the mail at Harnagevill,
directed to the subscriberat Milledgeville, the im/i
--vtdual, Post-Master, who either, through negligence
or design, has delayed its transportation is informed
that unless either the original or a copy, is shortly
transmitted to me, a scrutiny will be attempted; if eith
er is received no questions will be asked from what
office it came. YOUNG JOHNSTON,
SITUATED AT CINCINATTI.
The Lectures in this Institution will comments
on the last Monde- October and continue until
the last week i v The addition to the Col-
ledge Edifice • ’.e ted by the middle of Oc
tober, and tl w ‘.jl si a lure will be found to afford
the most am ,e accom.uod&tion that can be desired
in such an et ilishmert The Faculty consists of th®
following pei ol*
Jedediah C Professor of Anatomy and
Thomas D.Mkuucß, M. D. Professor ofChymistry
James M. Staughton, M. D. Professor at Surgery.
Charles E. Pierson, M. D. Professor of Materia
John Morehead, M. D. Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women and Children.
John Eberle, M. D. Professor of the Theory and
Practice of Medicine.
The cost of the entire course including the use of
the Library, and the privilege of attending at th®
Hospital twice a week is ninety-three dollars.
THOMAS D. MITCHELL,
Dean ofthe Faculty.
Cincinnati, Sept. 25, 1832.
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Address, post paid or left at the post-office.
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No. 58 Wail street,
The following is a list of Post Offices established
jn this Judicial Circuit, to wit ;
Al the Court-House—Wm. Grisham,
Harnageville—H. T. Sitninons, w
Hickory-Flat—Eli w -
At the Court-II
Two Runs—Chester Xawks, p. m.
Adairsville—Barnet S Hardeman, p. m.
Sandfordville—J**” 1 H<awson. p m
I’ine-Log—J ,tr s A - Thompson, p. m.
Head of P’ osa —M Lavender, p m.
Van’s /a 'b' —James Hemphill, p. m.
At the Court-House.
Hightower—J. M. Scuthier, p. ar,
At ’he Court-House.
Talking-Rock~-C. 11. Nelson, r. sr
At the Conrt-House.
New Bridge—Robert Leg* n. P. M.
Harben’s Store—N. B. llarben. i>. M.
MURRAY COUNTY. .
New-Echota — William Tarvin, p. m.
Spring-Place-—Henry Cltiwtler, p. m.
At the Court-House. j
Al the Court House.