vfew of '.fti ioovoediencjr flf permitting the In-
d. i • • u H«e enrolled for emigration, to
remain in the conptry. The great obje.:t or
«h- O-'—.rnment will be lout by *uch n practice;
and this was one of the reasons which indu-
ced the President to decline acceedmg Jo the
proposition to pay the emigrants the valno of
their improvements before their removal; well
knowing, that after the mopey was paid, there
would bn little fo L,' ,,0,, . CompI ' an0e
With their engagements. The op.n.on of the
Department has already been given upon this
subject, and I »a9 not aware till I received
your letter, that it bad been violated u a sin-
- - I shall not fntl to cunectthe
error and to direet that all auch persons he
Removed hereafter. What has been done is of
sufficient importance to require investigation,
and I -hull therefore oauno to be transmitted to
Mr. f'urry a copy of your lettnr, and to re
quest of him the reasons, why a course prohi
bited by the Department has been pursued.
No such appraisement of several thousand
dollars for a single improvement hns been re
ceived here. 1 o/n sir,'respectfully your
I LEWIS CASS.
Reuben Thornto^. Esq.
Vanns Ferry, Hall county, Geo.
Vannn Ferry, April 2, 1832.
I had the honor of receiving your letter of
the 6ih ultimo by the last mail, in reply to mine
of February 10th, resigning my appointment
as enrolling agent.
1 most sincerely regret that my communi
cation has been the means of enquiring into
the conduct of any other person, as ntv sole
object in malting it, was self justification in
the c.ourso winch it appeared to me right and
proper to pursue under the circumstances.—
lloo'wver, as you have thought propor to inves
tigate the mailer, justice to myself requires
that I should bo more oxplicit than 1 was in
my hist lettei, both with a view of preventing
a misconception of the facts ennnocted with
the whole business, us w.eil as attributing im
proper motives to my-all* from any quarter for
making a communication of them. Upon fur
ther and malurer rcfl.'i turn also, as a citizen
of Georgia luncouuerled with the Government
ns an agent,) 1 consider it ait .incomlioiit duty
1 owe to my Mate, to submit to tho Govern
ment for its consideration, all the cirruinstnn-
ces which in my opinion will injuriously oper
ate Hgaipsl a cause, in the success of which ihc
Stale is so vitully interested. Those reasons
added to the importance of the subject, I hope
Mull bo deemed a' sufficient apology for my
troubling you u sukund nine unsolicited.
I find in the conclusion of your letter this
remark: “No such appraisinent of severu.
thousand dollars has been received here.”—
Tho two persons alluded to in my letter, con
nected with those improvements, ure by the
name of William and Guorgo tinning,., minor
suns of Ambrose Heritage. I’ne elder of
jnose buys may possibly be of age, or nearly
su, iiiough ir on the beat information I have,
he is mu,—me other is quite a small lad.—
T lie properly origin illy hcUinuing in the Fa
ther, mis transferred lo iliem by ilicir Father
Slid Moilier, and wits appraised lo a sum
ain juniiiig m the whole in about lour ihuusuml
d',liars. Improvements purchased in the
names uf those hoys in Viirinns'parls of the
country, and paid for uy me Futlier, for ihe
express purpose ol receiving payment from the
Government fur them, have also been apprai
sed to ihc amount of six thousand dollars or
upwards. As 1 received my information from
oiiu vf the appraisers, respecting the amount
oj (here upprmsments, 1 expect the returns uf
nil oMlicrn have been received at the Depart
ment before, this. To facilitate the. enrolling
cause, at the suggestion of the enrolling
agents, tho legislature of Georgia passed a
law authorizing the emigrant to turn Ins im.
provument over to any citizen of Georgia for
one year; under tins law, Ambrose Homage
the -Fattier,is now enjoying the bencfiis arising
from <<he pnssessiqn of tins property the pre
sent year, aud with ihe residua uf his Indian
family, firmly located in tho country without
uny inducement hereafter lo remove, having
already received from ihe Governmenl through
this finesse all that he can receive, unless a
similar game is played by the enrollment of
another child, which will doubtless be the
case if permitted.
Another instance that came under my own
hiiowledcn, occurred between an emigrant by
the'name i f George Paris, a young unmarried
man, and u limn by ihe name of Langley, who
Is uncle lo the youth ; oiler Paris enrolled he
received a truuster lr«m Langley for a pari of
hi: irrproVenums, which he was to have val
ued for Langley’s benefii, having all over n
sm’tuicd sum t<>r 1,tinsel), which I was inform
ed by the young man, amounted only to tinny
dollars. Under un order from t lie Depart-
ui< at authorizing the assumption of the debts
rolling agent; but as soon as Ihe door was
opened, through which they coaid receive
payment for the wholo or any part of their
improvements by. transferring them to others,
this argument was destroyed, and mantr have,
and will (if the practice is continued) avail
themselves of this mode of receiving payment
for their improvements, and quietly wail the
issue of the struggle between <he Indians and
the State. The only object gained by thn
toleration of this practice, was the strong in
ducement held out by it to such as were dis
posed to speculate on Ihe Government, to en
roll immediately; but when it is taken into
consideration, that by tho enrollment of one
person or family, undpr this privilege, the in
ducement to ten, twenty, or thirty oilier fami
lies to enroll may bn totally destroyed,—l con
tend that tho good effects of tho former, is
more than counterbalanced dy the evils produ
ced in ihe Inlter case—particularly when this
obvious fact is taken into view—that compa
nies may form to any oxtem ; appoint an agent
among themselves, and they, through him, re
ceive payment for all their improvements, re
maining themselves in the country to make
others, and thus continue their unwarranted
speculations on the Government. Believing
then, as I do now, that the great objoct of the
Government, (as well as the true interest of
Ihe State) ivaa to effect the removal of the In*
dians, and not to obtain possesion of the coun
try, with an Indian population forever fixed
upon Ihe State, a result of all others connec
ted with their situation the most to he deplor
ed, both as regards the Indians and tho State,
and by uo means lessened in its ill conse
quences, because brought about by tho pur
chase of Ibeir improvements, it appears to me
under every viow that I can lake of this im
portant subject, that paramount obligations as
a citizen of Georgia, ns well as the firm con
viction that tho true happiness of the Indians
depends mainly upon a separation from the
States, pointed out to mu the propriety of
adopting the course I did, in londoring to tho
Depunment my appointment ns enrolling
agent, and urging then, as well as now, my
views upon the subject, that settled principles
of act ion may he adopted, and persons appoin
ted, among whom llieir will bo no disagree
ment nf opinion in the manner of discharging
their duties. 1 have the honor to remain sir
very respectfully, your obedient servant,
The Hon. Lewis Cass,
Secretary of War.
The fullowing coniinuiiicslhm was received after our
strictures un thrsaine subject were in type,and our pa
per full, but inasmuch as tho services of (lie eminent
physician alluded to by our correspo 'dent, may be
lusr, and the lame leg of our College suffer fur the want
f his skill, we have excluded oilier matter rather than
delay us publication a moment:
Ton TUP. SOUTHERN DINNER.
Messrs. Editors —I observed in tho Inst
Augusta Chronicle, nn extract from a letter
dated Athens, May 14th, 1832, to the editor
ol that paper, which emult strongly of oil; I
was ui fits: in great doubt concerning its pun
gent, oleaginous qualities, hut uftor a little re
duction, I recognized the iruo source of its of-
lensiveness. Ymi recollect that last summer
Dr- , then of Huh place—author of u
must invaluable hook to the gold diggers; also
if one lor Ihe purpose of preventing witches
from entering the key hole of a bed chamber,
at that time a candidate for a professorship in
, and tvlio rucoived splendid testimo
nials of his high attainments in science and
literature from tho Faculty of Franklin Col
lege, who has since heon to England, on u
must important State einbussy, &c. &c. Yes,
and is now of Faculty—bless
my life 1 have forgot almost the array of mien
which 1 intended to s ty.
U you recollect the Dr. last summer made a
must spicudid discovery ol a must important
nil, winch may be obtained in the most abun
dant profusion from one of our most common
trees in the must simple manner. Thn mu-
incut I recollected this, I discovered that the
strong smell was (hat of the china hemes.—
Now yon know that the Dr. is n very modest
retiring man, and never pushes himself for
ward ; ho would not have gone to London last
winter, and submitted to all the privations of
leaving Ins lucnily, (he is very affectionate to
them and seldom leaves them) but simply
from motives of patriotism and a sense of duty,
backed by the earnest and repealed calls nf
the legislature. 1 Ins inodesiy induced Ihe
Dr. to write Ihe above letter; he tells us in it,
that (be friends of literature and science are
much ilisiressed lo learn that tho College is
bauly diseased in one of its lugs, so much so,
that il walks with great d.ffieulty, his object is
■iiiduubtcdly in this niudes' Wav, to cull the
alleiuiuu of the public to lhi« favorite child nf
( Scenes at Washington.—*Tha Drama is full] One I.ot of Land, No. 88, in the 12th Dis-
of bustle at Washington. Events are upon] trict of Hsll county, an<l 90 Acres more nr less, being
'the wing, which are only calculated lo excite part of Lot, N > 68, in thslSth diatrietof saMeonniv:
.. • . . - " , . i . . levied on as the property of Aron B. Harden, to sstfsfy
the passions, and to impede tho public bust-, ltndry fi . j M uedfroiit Hall Superior conn, in favor
ness. of Oliver P. Shaw, amt olhcrs, vs. suit) Harden. Priv
On Monday Inst, Samuel Houston was
brought to the bar to receive the reprimand of
H. of R. -
the Simc, bolore it shall become a cripple for
ol the emigrants by the snp'Tintendnnt, the I a,ul **' * *° ••"•mule his ability to save it.
purchase money for this improvement was se- 1 , ' uv,, understood .hai he can amputate any
cured to Langlev. thim making it absolutely' '""d* without the least pain or danger, or even
obvious thn. through Hus practice, the Go- 1,lo,,d > (1,u * ,s 1 ,h ' nk “ discovery of nullifies-
turn) uiiU that the use ol extract from the chi
na berry, mixed with it litlleofthe clay which
he discovered in l.nlumbiucounty, will nut on
ly soon perfectly heal the wound, but that it
will cause u new limb actually to tie formed
again, strong and active. It gives me great
pun to see (tie College thus “ limping” and
suffering, and I have inerefore to propose that
a meeting of our citizens be forthwith called,
to invite the Dr. to lake this disease at once in
hand, and endeavor in save the institution fr un
all ilia horrors ol proiruocd lameness. The
Dr. also asset is, that Ihe College has fallen
otT very much—I hope he will be informed
that there is no doubt of its nuving bad a touch
of the Cholera; but as he is perlevly master
oT that disease, he will find no difficulijr in at
once removing it also.
A FRIEND TO COLLEGE.
The Editor of iho Chronicle, will please
give the above an insertion.
Vernment ■* absolutely efiordiug the means
which ure employed against the itci-nmplsh-
m* in oi ihe great object it lias in view—the
removal ot Ihe Indians by enrollment.
These two cases are partu-nlarlv mention
ed because I am familiar with them, und be
cause they present u fair comment upon the
general management of the removal of the In
dians by. enrollment, from which I thought
proper to dissent’by r< signing my appoint.
Went os. enrolling ogent. .The effn of this'
practice .Was very apparent tn me, nud I think
must be so mevery person who exercises n
-moment's reflection npim the subject The
greet inducement to tlm Indians to enroll, was
tho certainty of receiving full value for their
property, which they might by an obstinate re-
sistance against the liberal overtures of the
Government ultimately lose.
Snch was the leading effective argument
Ijsed by myself to them on the subject as cn-
the H. of R. Tho crowd was great—the
scene indeed, was must impressive. We lay
before our readers the admirable address of
the Speoker upon that occasion. It will not
escape, however, iho criticism of the Opposi-
pcriy pointed out by HamUlF* Attorney,
One Half of Forty Acrea of Land, adjoin
ingtlic Town ofGaineaville, in Hall county- levied on
as the property of Thomas Haines, to satisfy a fi. fa.
issued from Walton Superior Court, in favor of Joseph
Banks, sen. and others, vs. said Haines,
One Negro Man named David, about 35
'!«ids. ,m *> puMic i.,„. s™ ‘^CX'-msC-S
tico to it* Wo understand, indeed, Inal sonioj court, in lavor of Bon re & Baird, Tor the use of John
of the distinguished men ill the House havo Uanks, vs. James Ediiiundson and Jsmes C. Tale,
noi hesitated to sacrifice nil Party feelings on
Ihe occasion, and to pronounce u just culngi-
uin upon the happy manner in wliir-h the
One Lot of Land, contsining 200 Acres)
more or less, lining pari of lot, No. 70 ia tho 10th dis
trict oftlall: levied on os th« property of Shadraek
Speaker has discharged this delicate office. | D “"> , °?*‘ , * r V fi- ’’e.l' 1 ,,.° r Solomon Hunt-
“ . ,, phrien.and ihe officers of Halt Superior court,Vs. Jamca
Hie moment Ihe scone with Houston bean and Slit ' ‘
Sliadruck Dean, and other fi-fas. against
All the Interest that George H. Owens hns
in a llonan and Lot, near Gainesville, in Hall county •
levied on as tho prnporly of George II. Owens, to M
tisfy sundry fi. fas. in favor of Stophon Iteod, vs. said
Owens. Levy made and roturnrd in mo hv a consta
ble. a. CHASTAIN, Sh'ff.
A GREEABLY lo an order nf the Honorable tho In
ferior court of the county of Clark, when sitting
for ordinary purposes, will be sold on the first Tuosday
in August next, before the court house door in tile
town of Walkinaville, ell the It-al F.stalu (except the
widow's doiver) to said county, belonging to rile Estate
of Allen Bonner, luie uf said county, deceased, there
being between Eleven and Twelve Hundred Acres of
Land, in three several Tracis, though all joining, well
unproved, on the waters of the Appalscfico river and
Barber's creek, joining Boling, Stewarl, Greer, Arthur
and others,which will bo sold in parcels lo suit purelin-
sere, nud a credit of one and two years. Sold fur the
benefit uf iho heirs of said deceased. Those wishing
a handsome situation in this county, will do ivclt to call
and exaiuino the premises previous to that day.
IS VAC S. VINCENT,
Mornnj in fact fur the Administrator.
Mav *9-11—Ids. *
wus over in the House, Mr. Cooke of Ohio
opened with his letter from Dr. Davis of
8. C.—and then .followed the unfortunate
Slnnberry with bis charges against the Presi
dent. One of the must stormy Debates they
have had during tho session, then look place.
It lasted for about an hour. Arnold ruved.
Burgess thundored. The attempt was made
to implicate thn President in tho nlluck of
Houston and tho cull of Davis. Slanberry
threw out insinuations about members going
to tho Paliu-e, and directly charged the Pres
ident of ihe U. S- with encouraging “ by his
language, such attacks on members of the
House for words spuken in Debate.” Mr.
Polk of Tennessee met tho insinuation und
the charge directly :
“ He repeated the assertion' that strenuous
efforts had been made to produce an impres
sion that (ho President had encouraged these
altacks, and il had even been reported, in one
of the papers, that General Houston had gone
to the President’s IIouro im-m-dialcly after
Iho rencontre, and shown him the pistol
which Imd been used in i‘. Mr. P. Imd de
clared nt the lime, that Gen. Hons on hnd not
seen the President—nor had any coriimuuicH-
lion with linn, since that affair. The affront
and the offence committed hy the President
was an expression of his ppinmn. that the
House hud m> power to punish General
Houston for a breach of privilege. That opin
ion the president had a right lo hold and lo
express. But that he hud ever attempted to
threaten or lo intimidut.e members in tho dis
charge of their duty, Mr. P. utterly denied—
and clialanged gentlemen to tlip proof. Mr.
P- said ho perfectly understood the whole pro
ceeding: he wus too old in politics not lo he
able to understand it perfectly. The gentlo.
utno from Ohio had brought this accusation
on the presumption lhal, as Mr. Houston had
formerly been a friend of the President, and as
the Pres'dont, was a military man, that lie
should be able to piny it off upon the People,
and make tliem believe that the President had
a band of bullies prepared to assault the mem
bers of iho House. But gentlemen wore mis- ham, deceased, ure requested lo come forward
trken if such vvns their calculation. AVi,al did , hy tin- first or July next, and make payment, as further
the gentleman from Ohio mean by odvi-ing Indulgence cannot bo gi ven.
ADMINISTRATOR'S S ALE.
4 GREEABLY lo un order of the Honorable the In-
im leriorcourt of Oglethorpe county, when sitting for
ordinary purposos. (and hy the consent of the parties in
interest) will he sold in Lexington, on the first Tuesday
in August next, Lot No. 186, in *ha Stst district, origi
nally Lee county, also, Lot No. 79, in the 12th district
originally Early county. Sold as the properly of Jane
Bradshaw, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of the deceased. Terms made known on ihc
day of sale.
JOHN LANDRUM, AdrnV.
W ILL be sold on the Brst Tuesday in August, at
the Court house in Jefferson, Jackson county,
by order of the Honorable the Inferior court of said
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, two Negro
boys, by tin: name of iVilcy and Torn, belonging to the
Bstuto of Obadinh Watson, deceased. Hold tor the
benefit of the creditors of said-deceas d. Terms cash.
JOSEPH LANDRUM, Executor.
^^l.L Peunns indebted to tho Katnlo of Andrew Gro-
Inm to go to the palace 1- In the first place
ho did not coll il a palace; he was not so re
gal as that—as lo call the people’s house,
wtiich they had provided for tho residence of
their Chief Magistrate, a palace. Mr. P. hnd
expressed a wish to save the time of tho
House, and hnd moved to postpone this mut
ter, that (hoy might go into the consideration
of the Apportionment Bill, and now the gen
tleman cried, “Go to the palace!'"— Rich
FKANCI9 lllVVIN, j
ABN Ell GRAH AM, |
C LARK SHERIFF’S SALE.-On Iho
tint Tuesday in JULY next, will bo .old,•n'»c.riber thankful for past favour, takes
Courl-liou.e in the town of Watkinivillo Clark ..*• this method to inform hi. eu.lmner. siidlhe pub-
at ttio Court
lounty, within the usual hours of trade, the following pro
perty, to (vil: » ••
One Road Waggon, and 4 Horses mid Har
ness- levied on as a. tho properly of William Yar
brough to satisfy a fi. ft. in favor of John Nosbit, vs.
William Yarbrough, Anselum L. Harper, John W.
Harper and Abruliam Doolittle, securities on slay.
One Road Waggon and 4 Pair Harness,
two bay horses, one sorrel horse, and one sorrel roan
.lorse: levied on as tile property of Hunry Classen, lo
satisfy two fi. Ian. one in favor nf John Nesbtl, tho
otlie in favor of Gcorgo Dent, vs. Henry Glasson, Jona
than Lea und Marcus A. Sears, securities on sts).
May 29. ISAAC S. VINCENT, Sh’lf.
J ACKSON Sheriff's Salo.—On tho first
Tuesday in JULY next, will be sold ol Ihe
Court-house in the town ol Jcde/sou, lurkson county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following propci ty,
One Negro Girl named IVeity, about Twelve
sears old i levied on at the pro|>eriv of Joseph Lan
drum, Executor ofObadiali Watson, deceased, to satis-
fy sundry fi. fss. issued from a Justices court. Proper
ty pointed out by Joseph Landrum. Levy made and
returned to me by a constable.
One Tract of Land, containing 220 Acres,
more or less, adjoining McNeoe and others: levied on
as the property of John Oiler, to talixty tivo fi. fat. is
sued from a Justices court, in fuvor of Wood & Hob
son, vs. said Oiler. Levy made and returned to me by
-a F. ADAMS, D. 8li'ir.
M ADISON SherilPa Sale.—On the first
Tuesday in JULY next, will be sold at the
Court House in the town nf Danielsvillc, Modi.on
county, within the usual Itouri of aale, the following
property, to wit:
One Tract of Land, containing 114 Acres,
more or Icsa^adjnining A. G. Bullock and other*: le
vied on as the properly ot John W. Uoasct, to eatitly
four fi. fas- issued from a Justice* court in favor of Jclm
Wilhite vs. said Gosael. Property pointed nut by the
defendant. Levy mod* and returned to me by a con-
JOHN gONE, D. Bli'ff.
H ALL Sheriff’s Sale.—On.tbe first Tues
day in JULY next, will be aold, at the Court
House in the town ofG Jiiceville, Hall county, within
the ueual hour* of aale, the following property, to wit :
One Sorrell Horse, 4 or 5 Year* old, Saddle
and blanket: l*vi»d on as lire properly of Aron B:
Harden, to satisfy a fi. fa. is.'ied from Had Superim
court, in favor James IV. Jones, & Co. vs. said Harden.
lie in gencisl, tint he hss enlarged hi. establishment
where he int mds carrying on the above named bust
nos. on a more extensive scale than mnnerlyj having
provided liimeelf with good materials and cxpcrienreii
Norllutrn workmen , lie flaln-rs hiiu.i If that lie will he
aide to have made to general sathfuclinn, all kinds ■ '
riding and plraanrc carriages, slew jersey slid dcarhnn
wagons; repairing done at Ihesliorirsl notice. Kar
imas made and repaired. Sign paiuiing as usual. AH
urders from a distance uttcndcdlo witli punclualu v and
despatch. JOHN REYNOLDS.
Atliens, May 29—tl—w3in.
F OUIl inunlhi after dale application will be inado
lo tho Honorable tire Inferior court of Clark
county, wlron silting tor ordinary purposes, for letvs m
sell a Traci of Land, lying in formerly Troup now Me
riwether county, belonging in Iho Estate of Biclmrd
Meriwether, hue of llallss county, Alabama, decea
sed. Sold for tho benefit of lire creditors of said doceu
sod. JOSEPH LIGON, Adm’r.
To purchase Valuable Lands
ILj*Without Money i-CS
On a credit of One and Two Years!
A GREEABLY to an order of the Honorable the In
ferror Court of Clark county, when sitting for ordi
nary purposes, will be sold on Iho first Tuesday in June
next, lielore tire Court House door in the town of Mon
roe, Walton countv, the following tracts of Land, a.
the properly of Allen Bonner, late of Clark county dc-
ceaxed—to wit r
Lot No. *3—Third di.irict Walton county, on Beaver-
dam creek, well improved, now containing one
hundred and filly-six acres, liavinp been reduced
by the selling off of the widow’s dower; joining
Lindlcy and others.
Lot No. 170—Third district Walton county, joining
Adams and others.
I-ot No. 241—Third district Walton connty, on the w a
tara of the Apalatchiu river, joining Shepherd,
Treadwell and others— two hundred acres.
Fraction No. 25S—Third district Wolton tpslalchn
river) joining Low and Treadwell—eighty-lbui
Fraction No. S56—Third district Wslton Apalatchie
riser, joining Shepherd—one hundred and forty-
Fraction No. 258-Third dulriot Walton Apalatilii
river, joining Griffith—ten and three quaricr
Mso—OQ acre* more or lef», well improved, lying on
Msrbury’a creek, originally Jackton, now IV at-
loo county; told I of liic fciciwfH of the heir# «*l
Mid deceased, JgAAC S. VINCENT.
Meretrj inject far i'rt MeuninUr.H
March 27—9~i4s ,
diseases requiring a surgical operation.
Gainesville, May 1-7- 4t.
H tJVING moved 'o Gainesville,
(Hall county,) respectfully
lenders his PROFESSIONAL SHR,
VICES tn the public, in Ihs Surgical
branch of his profession. He will
citrate on diseases ofths eyes gene:
rally -, for stone in the bladder, (ot
Gravel,) for Aneurism, and all other
IO** The Augusta Chronicle and Georgia Journal,
will give tho above four insertions, end forward llieir
accoiinte for payment. R. B.
O NE Hou««’ and Lot in tho town of Allien*, wh»re^
on thfl siih.*rrih«r now live*; toprther withe
•mall tract of land ndjaccnt« containing 130 acre*, 60
of which is woodland.
ALSO, n Plantation on the Oconee river, in Jackson
countv, sixteen miles from Athens, with good improve,
men If, and valuable (iris! Mills on the river. The
tract contains about 700 Acres of Land, with 250 in
cultivation. Terms may be known bv application to
tho subscriber. .STEPHEN BORDERS.
Spring <& Summer Goods.
SCHOONM AKER & WHITING,
H AVE jnat received from New-York a fresh supply
of <JODDS» sdapled to ihe present s»a$on, to
which they invite the attention of the public.
—idswag thm art—
Black, Blue, Brown, Oliv«< .Mulberry, Invisible and
Olivo Urcens, Plum and other Fancy Cohns,
Superfine and Common Qualities;
With a good assortment of
CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS.
Summer Cloths nnd Cnssimercs,
Black,Olive aud Green SUMMER C\MI.EfS,
Black, Brown and Green BOMBAZINES, .
Princcltos, Brochellas, Checked, Whits and Brown
French prilling*— Grass Cloths, German
Linens, and Yellow Nankins#
Hosiery, Gloves, Stocks, Sus//ende%s,
Linen Collars and Bosoms, Silk Cravats and lldkfs.
Fancy and White Crtvating.
With a I Mr at Supply of Fashion alle
While and Black Beaver HATS.
Alto, a Good Assortment of
Beers' BOOTS and SHOES;
Alt of wliich they offer on reasonable terms,
S. & IV. thankful fur past favors, solicit a continu
ance of public patronage.
• Tltprliny havo just received the latest I.ondun and
New* York Fashion..
Alliens, April 10.—4—2m.
A Frtuiie, if you want one!
t N Gwinnett county, Gcoigin, the subscriber lias (or
sale a valuable l.iindrd E.iate, with exeel ent im.
provemonts upon it, Itvo framed Dii-elling Houses, one
commodious enough for u large family—its nit. is upon
a beautiful eminence, nvnrlonkiiig two splendid m-wly
built Mill., bulb in good order; Iho Grist Mill bus
when attended, a full support. Tho plantation bus
various cabins ii|mn II, a good still house, und a ter)
superior spring, which tune al ihe base of ihe hill from
a Dint ruck mixed with granilc, il is pure, and is recei
ved in'o a beautiful rock basin, formed hy nature.*-
The mill pond abounds with the best kind offish. Tho
Mills nre upon Ivy Creek, which i. a lively airram,
fiiin-.liing w-nter nt all seasons lo keep the mill, in
operation. Some Gold : as b-en found upon one ofthe
lots- Iron ore in nhundant-c, and a piano lo not thn
Factory. About onu quarter of a mile below the mills
j. n splendid Shoal, where nn extensive Iron Factory
can be established, nhd jurlgi s who have examined
Ihe mines upon Ihc premises, pronounce them rich and
inexhaustible. Persons wanting such property will do
ivcll to visit tho nremiiies, and judge for themselves,
and then cull and sea the subscriber. Tiny art b< at
known as Bogan's Mills, nbaut 7 miles from Lawrence-
villo. Terms liberal.
tV. P. Me KEEN, Talbotlnn, i,eo.
T HE subscriber list removed Ids establishment to
ihc Now building directly opposite his old stand,
where he iutenda continuing the business upon s morn
extensive sculo. Having experienced Workmen, and
being well supplied with tiro best matorialv, lie ia nre
pared lo build to order, either Carriages, Barouches,
Gigs, Sulkies and Tilbcrries, or any oilier article of
conveyance in his line nf business, lie intends by strict
attention lo business, end thaiaithfiil manner in which
hia work shall be executed, locAntinue to deserve that
patronage wliich lie iiaa heretofore so liberally receiv
ed. Repairing done in the neatest manner, and at Ihe
shortest notice. All Kinds nf Saddlery and harness
making, end repairing done in the heal manner.
Bigiinnd ornamental painting will continue to ho
executed in his usual style.
ELI K. CLARK.
rent for the year, a cnwtf>rlahfa hoiixfl and lot,
f situated in a pleasant and convenient part of tha
Town Enquire ot Win. L. Mitchell.
Likewise a Store Ilonse, conveniently constructed
and elegantly situated for btit?ine«»; enquire for parti»
culars at thin office.
PT1HF- Proprietor ha* this healthful summer
-. iiiSi -X. retreat in readiness for tire reception of
visitors. Tho medical qualities of lire water, il is be
lieved is surpassed hy none m Ihe Southern country.
The usual moderate charges will be made. A stage
■t ill pas* this place twice a we.-k from Athene to Clarkc.-
ville; and a school will be opened for children who mi v
accompany their parents. The Proprietor will use In*
best exertions to render his visitors comfortable.
WM. M. MORTON,
Blanks of till tle.scri|)tiuns lor
suit* at flits Office.