Cherokee Phoenix

Note: This edition of the Phoenix is printed in four columns only

Published December, 11, 1830

Page 3 Column 4c

Note: This edition of the Phoenix is printed in four columns only.


WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST bidder, at the late residence of Thomas B. Adair, on the second Monday in January next, all the property belonging to the estate of T. B. Adair, deceased viz: three negroes, JOE, his wife NELLY and CHILD, from five to six hundred bushels of CORN, four stacks of FODDER, four head of HORSES, eleven head of CATTLE, fifty head of HOGS, one ROAD WAGGON (sic), one yoke of OXEN, one LOOM, one RIFLE GUN,-together with household and kitchen FURNITURE.


That a valuable improvement belonging to said estate, lying on the road leading from the lower part of Georgia to Tennessee, one mile north of Etowah River beautifully situated for a stand, containing seventy acres of cleared land, a good house with a garden and other necessary buildings. As for the land, for quantity of quality, inferior to none in the nation.

Terms- Twelve months credit for all amounts over five dollars, and for all under five dollars, money paid down. Good security will be required.

JOS. M. LYNCH, Executor.

Dec. 11, 1830.


A STRAY COW AND YEARLING have been running with my cattle for more than a year. The Cow is of a bright dun color, marked with an under bit in both ears. The yearling is a dunn with a white back. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take them away.


Dec. 11