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lc: i:-. oi'j-',;7« •
of UK, •
THE GUI \.l : ■ <-.- **i M.YiS r.LNE
;■ \cj .'U--.
fitter r/.V, . ~> . / >7,
f 3rt > L G. r. . .. .M. D. of Ger-
I. 11 v, t. r » i • '•.*■: - i.-i.- lion- i
Cf ol id !;.i :.1 > i .* .<.;i . i...t i -*S i#OCi'UI>K to
the Science of ‘.l -lici.io a d-ictnue wind.,
though tfehe’metiriy op,;o*ed by of (lie la
crtltv. [of which lie is a valuable "incui'ier,] lie
provea to l«»: s \vli io«u le tin truili a» ay) d,c-
HI ie sH'.Moly VV«l—a (loctiu.tr, uuyiMbe verity
of u hidi are suspended the lives of millions of our
race, and which lie -boldly challenges his opjro
sers to rafale, viz: Co.isumption is a disease ai
w lys occ.is itird by a disordered stale of l is l iloe
(or Life Friirip ) of the human body: (T/ s*often 5 *often
secret, ylyrkiAs* in t.is syst- m f>r years before there,
is the'teasltoir.p! :’nlvf the Lungs and aith.h
liny be at certain! if, hough not so quickly, cvVexl,
as a co •imoncot l or a si a pit oe. r d ache. At* inval
uably precious licit line this, as it imparts an im
portant lesson to tho apparently healthy o: both
sexes, teaching them that this insidious toe may
fee an unobserved inmate of their ‘-clayey houses
erefe tvfcde tlfty imagine themselves secure Iro .
its attacks.- teaching them that I'HK GREAT
SECRET IN THE AR'i’Oi’ PRESERVING
■EALTH IS To PLUCK OUT THE DIS
IASi'I WHILE in THE BLADE. AND \OT
WArtT TILL THE FULL GIT>WN E Ml.
Tni. illustrious benefactor ofmau is also eusi-
Ued ;ooiir unfeigned gratitude, anil the gratitude
efa wo Id. for the invention of his MATCH
LESS NATIVE *v|)oNf» t\'At mnv
jusily claim for it such a title, siucu it lias *■<
signally triumphed over our r .it cotn-iion ene
my / B ..ONs>UAlP'i ION. liotli ir the first an-f
last -tag"*,—i me licine with It has throughly hi
f*rf lifrf' ’ * i -!-'-e i "tj ‘"AjfV lljti.
thereby proved itself the ■ k Pig a
tf.t v >s. —a medie.me, for wim-.n all mankind
ivill have abundant cause to bless the beneficent
hand of a kind Providence, —
wondrous virtues have been so port'ra) -
ed eveu by some of clergy, in their pastoral
visits to the sick chamber: by. wliicß l WS(lfii s th< v
often b?CQtne the iti of dijinguig
s.pliiesj ftfTrietids into jdvlulness.
‘ V *3 1 «? -1
ROE LICKE’S isa tnedictne ofmore value to man
than th“ v ast mines of \ ustr a, or even the united
run sores of our globe,--- a nvdi ine, wh’u-li is oh
tinc.i cm ill i l>o n the veg<-t ildc, iminal an •nib
aril »j u. r lons', md dins possesses n ritaKK i-'oi.--
power. -a mod cine, which -thmijn designed i
a rein'f'dv for consumption solely- is-pos-,->seil o
iimysierictus in/1 y.ence over many diseases ol th
] in tn[ , 'S.— a tnediei’fe,' who li !)• gines to !>>■
vahujil by Physirans . w’ j are daily witnessing
its astonlslttrig cures of many wh >ni they had le
vrgnfs+ to the g»as;)of the Ins \ - ivbue (Jrave.
• ■ H<iJSE 9f,tlie 8 mative, for adults, one drop;
for .jvhdihenj dr »p; and n <jnar-
Mr'Hrop; thg directions explaining the mtinner of
taking ahalfor a quarter drop.
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A certificate from three members of the
PROFESSION in Germany, in
We, the undersigned, practitioners of medicine
iu Germany are well aware that, by our course,
we may forfeit the friendship of some of the fn
oul rv, but not of its benevolent members, who are
Uninfluenced by selfish in.dives. I'liongh we
slialf refrain from an expression of mir opinion,
•eitVtfr./ol the soundness or tui-oundiiess of Dr.
<s«aljcke*s ncc loch'inr, we are happy to say
that Wjftdeem his Sanative too valuible not to he
g«iiyial|v,known-- for wh..t otii eyes behold and
.our-atara lienr, we' believe.
We hereby state, that wit >n Dr. Louis tJiTrtn
Qoalicke first came before the German public, as
the pretended discoverer of a: ew doctrine and a
uew medicine, we held him in lie highest con
i'tempt, believing, and openly pronouncing him to
be a baseimnostorand the.prince of q nicks. But,
i on * hearing so much aaid about the Sa-t i iy<,
, against it a'ii[ f>r t ;t, we were indn'Tf,fw-rn fttoftv. i
of curiosity iner-lv, to ink* trial of 'is' roont.. ,
virtues upon i mi nber if bur n >st filtflidess p_
tients; aid ye oow l -em it our ! » >in le-i fotv (even
at th« •tpetise o r oi/ s" i ater- t) t’l .e'v ;o ac
iyapjdetl ;e its e fi.-scy -n curing -tot <*n \ nu-nit.
tio'i, but other fewfil n'nlies,-vlticlt we h. e
- heretofore believed to l e incurable. Onr con
emn! for t ie liseoverer of this tnetlieine was at
once swallow I tip in mu'-utter astonishment at
these unexpect and results; and, as air nds- tor ;»ur
abuse of hi n, we do frankly confess *o the world,
that we believe him a phila ithrvpi-t, wh-> .loes
■thonor to .the |vokMitiii, and to our count;-v, winch
gave him Girth.
adoption of..this medicine into some
of ourdinsonoan.hasnitatsgs a so flf ient gnaramy
. that it perforins yjl its. uro nD'pp -4t neep;,:) unit
. our testimony Tor'Vher'iventis used • is its.javfi
HER'IVN F.TMTTLLI' v. M. D
WAL PEP V\ N GAD ,T. M. D.
. ADOLPHt S WERNER, M D.
Germany, Decemb r ilf
b' h b b b b
"Post Office Chaplm, Witrl.iam. Cos, Con., July
Sir—A most wonderful rdr* !r: ii .rely efteet
«d,through t.ievi- aesof Dr. Gjneii IDs Sanative,
in the case of an eld rly geor'e ■ .-i, who was far
y. gone aiul wasted awiv in () \' ! ’ ff pTfON.
and 1 PAS T lEC )E IV 'V' II IS
FAiIILVTHVSr ’\N He is now
lively speaking, a WELL MAN. f siw hi n
mvs'elf.a few days since, t.i company with t.is .vile
~ sgai tuiyma a the w '-stern of this
Slat*. H? ascribes hjs »sc tpe ir mi the very }a w*
of ihri, io I *his rep iverV to 3o’tely to the
fstinwh i; .y ftu 1 - V.P the .’VIVr-'hles • S itunve.'
le aoii -jjse j» a sou 4 * \d-*- rtv.hit, s.ivs’
IfK --C“'mVlTI’L rvV*»«\ v cr<\.
TH* bJS \ NM> nOL!. % f " F
tfiil PCE )•' ! r li* ' * “ N r - •- ■'
CHASE IT FUR VLE so P V n
the Sail .uio above ad value.
\V A PE * G it > r Ji, u E vs.
The above -I' liei: • f>r -:e. In
A'l 1 I V.i G\rlDN c. R, Age at •
THE iiOOD SAMARITAN. ’
'A C* >NR KAS P.
the reinoiest ages, had
i but Ctmimbus only fouim out tlie way
t • Aim lie .. Before the time ot the great Spau
ish uiv.,r > -r people were only eu..bled to paddle
about In* shores. J-tst so with the Rite Medi
cines. it is but two short years siuce 1 first ven
tured upon an unknown ocean, and i have dis
covered the precious object I was in se rch of—
HEALTH. Vegetable medicines were indeed
know.i when 1 commented my search, hut their
use was not: By tile use of tl ein, 1 have not
on \ i•• -d from the dejected invalid, to the hale
heart a-id active man o; business, but tomparative
l Jspeai.iag. J have renewed my youth, icantlius,
wHu «mi! douce in uiy own experience, advise
w ith my fellow -citizens. Docs the reader want
prowi that the VEGETABLE LIFE MHDI
- 'INED are suitable to hi: own case f 1 have on
tile at my office, .307 Broadway, hundreds of let
ters, from some of the most respectable citizens
of this tny native land, voluntarily offered in te»-
t motiv ni tli. virtues of A GOOD VEGETA
13LE MEDIQPjJf „
Persons have been nearly
ruin and by. the ail iutaiJihie'' mineral preparations
ot t ied;ty, will hear me witness, that the Life
Me lieiiK s, and such only, are the true course ti)
permanent good health. JOHN MoFFAT.
GENERAL REMARKS RELATIVE TO
MOFFA 'S LIFE PILLS AND i'llCENl'N
These medicines have long been known ami
appreciate I, lur their extraordinary and immedi
ate powers ot restoring perfect health to persons
suffering n dor nearly every kind of di ease i>
which the human frame isliabie.
In many hundreds of certificated instant ers
they have even rescued sufferers from the veA
verge es an untimely grave, after ail the decepf
ive nostrums ofthe (lay had utterly failed; and to
many thousands the have permanently secured
that uniform enjoyment of health, without which
lift: itself is but a partial blessing. So great,
'iodflew-hw lite-UWHhciUfV .im:.|.i.]Jw...J -“•"•"htfii
proved, that it hasappeared scarcely less than mi
raculous to those who were unacquainted with
the beaaiitully philoMiphical upon
which tio y.are compounded, and upon
act. It was to their jn'atiilest
ami,sensible aiiimn in purifying the spikigsjand
champ ls.nl'lite, and endpitig them ’vitli renewed
>'tout! aedwiyor, tlhit t[iey wcie indexed for «cir
name, which was\esUjjv“4Upon liipn; at the
taneous request of several individuals whose
lives they had obviously savcd.
I’lie proprietor rejoices in the opporfu i*.y af
folded by the universal diffusion ofthe oaily press
-or plaeemg his VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS
within the knowledge and reach oOve y indivi !
ual in the i oiiu mu . Unlike the host of p-i
oicious quack • which boast of vege-able in
gredients, the l.ile Pills are purely and solely
vegetable, an contain neither Mercury, Antirno
nv, Arsnic, .or any mineral whatever. They an
i*irely composed of extracts from rare and pow
eiiul plants, the virtues of which, though 100
known to several Indian tribes, and recently to
some eminent pharmnceatical chemists, aic al
together ui known to the ignorant pretenders to
medical sci nee; and were never before admin
istered in so happily efficacious a combination.
Their first operation is to loosen from the coats
of tin- stomach and bowels, the various impurities
and crudities constantly setting around them ; and
to remove the hardened faeces which collect in the
convolutio sos the small inter,tines. Other med
icines only partially cleanse these, and leave such
collected masses behind, as to produce habitual
costiveness with all its train of evils, or sudden
diarrhoea, with its imminent dangers. This tact
is well known to all regular anatomists, who ex
amine the human bowels after death ; and hence
the prejudice ol these we 1 informed men againsi
the quack medicines of the age. The second et
feet ofthe VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS is*,
cleume the kidneys ane the bladder, and by tliis.
means, the liver 'and the lungs, the healthful pc-'
tion of which enti ely depends upon the regular! j
fy of the urinary organs. The blood, wli»*#t
mkes its red cmer from tlie agency of» tll#Ai\(
ml tlie lungs before it passes into the heart, fieio-fl
thus purified by them, and nourished by food
coming frootn a clean stomach, courses freely
through the veins, renews every part ofthe sys
tem, and triumphantly mounts the banner of heal
thy in Ihe blooming cheek. ,
Th following are among the distres ing varie
t human diseases, to which the' Vegetable 1
’-he Pills are well known to be infallible:—
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the
first a . | second stomachs, and creating a flow or
and pure healthy bile, instead ofthe stale and a
cri I — Flatulency, Palpitations/the Heart
J-oss of appetite,. Heart-bur,l and Head-ache,
Restlessness, 111-temp&r, Anxiety Languor, and
which are the general svmrnins m
Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a natural consequeuc: l
of its cure. Costivcnejs, by cleansing the whole
m.'igth of the intestines with a solvent*process
and witliout vioDnce ; all violent purges leave the
otivvels costive within two days, Diarrhoea and
C/iolera, by r moving tlie sharp acrid fluids bv
which yiase complaints are occasioned.- qpd by
•trtpnoiing.tlie ailur.ative secretion of
nrmygmm- pipers 0/ ail kinds by the
ditod to a regular circulation, thn ngh'me pro
-?• ess'fif'siflYathrhTVnVdnie cases, aritT f|\?! Tflor*
° igh solution ot all intestinal obstructions in otH*
ers. Ihe LIFE PILLS have been known to
1 eure liheumat.sni permanently iu three weeks, I
aud Gout in half that lime, by removing local in-,
fl iinm .tion from the muscles, aud ligaments of#
tue joints. Dropsies of all kinds, by freeing ams
strengthening the kidneys and bladder ; they op
erate most delighttiilly on these important organs
and hence have ever been found a certain remedy
tor the worst ca*es of Gravel.. Also, Worms, by
dislodging from the turnings of the bowels the
slimy m alter to w Rich these creatures adhere; Ask
tlima. and consumption ,by relieving the air vessels
of tlie lungs from the tmicus, which even slight
colds will • ccason,which ifnot removed become*
11. I vie 1, ril pro -j u res those dreadful diseases.
Senrrcy. Fleers, and Inverterate Sores, by t)ie
perfect purity which these Life Pill give to" the
blood, and all the humors; ifeerhutir Eruptions, 1
ami, Had LJomploxiyns, by their alterative effect
.upon the fluids that fifed the skin, the morbid state
ot " biclk oytf tsions all Eruptive complaints, Sa
fer, 1 7 u; Iy> arid other disagreeable Complexions.
♦■Uc im« oWm*4iJßiiL,lh£.a very short, time, will
edrci an entire cure of Salt rheum. Erysipelas,
and a striking improvement in the Clearness ofthe
skin. Common Colds and Influenza will always
be cured by one do*e, or by two. even in the wars
eases. F’tes, —as a remedy lor this most dis
tressing and obstinate malady, the Vegetable
TfITJ GEORGIA MIRROR.
Life Pills a distinct and emphatic re- I
commendation, ft is well known to hundreds '
inkbis city,* that the Proprietor of these iuvalua
bf PilL. was hi'hself niilicted with this com—
pliint for üBAi thirty-five years, and that he
tied in van every remedy prescribed within uie j
compass of the Materia Medn a. He how- j
ever, at length, tried the medicine which he now
offers to the public and he was cured in a very
short time, after liis recovery had been prououn
o|tti not only improbable, but absolutely imposi
ge by an* human means.
‘ DIRECTION FOR USE.—The Proprie*or
of the etable Life Pills does not follow the
base and mercenary practice ot the quacks ofthe
day, in advising persons to lake his Pills in large
quantities No good medicine can possibly be so
required. These Pills are to be taken at bed tune
every night, for a week or fortnight, according to
the obstinacy of the disease. The usual dose is
from 2 to 5, according to the constitution ofthe
person. Vety delicate persons should begin
with but two. and increase as the nature of the
case may require : those more robust, or of ve y
costive habit,'may begin with 3, and increase to 4
••r even 5 Pill*, and they will effect asnfficirntiy
happy change to guide the patient in their fur
ther us-. These Pills sometimes occasion sick*
ness and vomiting thou •_ h very seldom unless tlie
sidered a f.ivourole symptom, as the path tit will
find himself rft once relieved, and by persever
ance will soon 1 rec iver. They usually operate
within 10 or 10 hour* and never give pain, unless
the bowels are very much encumbered. They
| may be taken nv the most delicate females un
der any circmustances.— Itls however recommen
ded, that those in later periods of pregnancy
should takebfft one at a time, and th is continue
to keep the bowels open and even two may be
taken where the patient is very costive. One
pill in a solution of two table spoons full of water
may he given to an infan* in vhefollowiug doses
—a tea spoon full everv two Hjpurs till it oper
ates; fora child from one to -sve years of age.
half a trill—Jan* 1 from five one pill,
i THE PIKENIX BITTERS, arc so called,
nccnuso>hcy jidPfT'sT” Rfr^l’T'vv.t' fipfi snrrtng the
ejrirtnL emberlof heafth, to a glowing vigor
dft'ougl nut th° as the Phoenix is said
Jfo be r< ito ed froni the ashes j>l it? own
Llnssolnl on. TiM Pltoefiix Bitters ave entirely
vegpta!j e, eomfSed of roots found only in cer
tain pat sos fhc«P'.fern country, vhiil>*Mill iu
fallibly! rure E AND AGUES of all
kinds :j will neverTanlo eradicate entirely all the
effects J: f Mercury, infinitelv sooner triau 'th
most powerful preparations of Sarsaparilla, and
"ill irtitncdiately cure the determination of
R LO< t) Tt * Til E HEAD: m ver fail iu tie
s'clrnrss incident tnyounp females and w ill be ound
a certain remedv in all cases of nervous debility
and u'etilness ofthe most i paired constitutions.
Asa retnrdy fur ('/ironicand Inflammatory Rheu
matismMhe efficacy ofthe Pl a nix I’utets will be
(letnonftrated by the use of a single bottle. H’he
usual (fese of these bitters is half a wine glass
full, iryVvater or wine, and this quantity may be
taken t|yo or three time n day, about half an hour
before wneals. or a less quantity may be taken a
all times. To those who are afflicted with inrHt
gestion after nieals, these Bitters will prove in
valuable, as.thev very greatly increase the ac
tion of the! principal viscera help them, tdper
form their fffnetions. and enable the stomach to
discharge into the bow els w hatever is offensive.
Thus indigestion is easily - and .speedily removed,
appetite restored and the months ofthe absorbent
vessels being (-leased nutrition is facilitated, and
strength of body and energy of mind are the
happy results. For farther particulars ol MOK
FAT'S I.IFF PILLS and PIKENIX BIT
TERS. apply at Mr Moffat’s office No. 3fi7
Broadway New York, where the Bills can be
obtained for 25 rents, 50 cents,or Sjfl per box ;
and the Bitters for $1 or $2 per bottle,
morons certlffcates of the wonderful efficacy ot
both, may be.'thcre inspected.
In some obstinate and complicated cases ol
chronic andjinflammatory Rheumatism, Liver
Complaints, Fever and Aliue, Dyspepsia, Palsy,
Fib s, injuries, from the use' oj/niercury, quinine,
anil otherdismt&mfldnit sttirmfhgn maybe found
hjccessary thee ■Rife Pills and flu
rheenix Bitters, in the doses before recomincn
N. B.J— These Pills and the Bitters will get all
mercury out of th-e/systein infinitely faster than
the best prcparlfmfis of Sarsaparilla and are a
certain B-incdy for the rushing qfblMd to the head
or all viplcntheaWhckes, lie douleuieuxd Acc —All
personvk ho anraWJHsposed to appoplety, palsy.
Arc., -hintld he without the Life Pills or
the Bi»ers for dose in time will save life:—
They (fcualize th« circulation of the blood, draw
all prefiure frotn«%he head, restore perspiration
and throw off every impurity by the pores of the
The dbove tneificine for sale bv
THOMAS GARDNER Agent
A prill. 1830 51
ON the 4th day of May next will be
swd at the |ate residence of Samuel Wi!
lims del’d, between thirty five and forty head of
Cattle,*ne yoak ot Oxen, a quantity of L md and
some bidder, aud perhaps other articles. Also
will be Sold on the first Tuesday in June next be
fore thegipourt House door in Lumpkin, one Ne
gro girfT bjr' tljfe nanic.of Mghjida about thirteen
peltvs ofafUsomas the property of Safftite
Williams agreably to the last will aud tes
lament of Sid deceased.
E. K. CROCKER, >
LufERD BRYAN. < r
TOME -NSON bORT, I Executors
WILD\RD BOYNTON, \
.March 19 l* 9 49
IV ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in July
* v next at the Court House door in the coun
ty of Sumter, lot of land nurttber fifty in '■the
twenty eighth district offortnerly .ee, now Sum
ter county. Sold as tbC property Willis Ferni
gan for tlieftfenefii ol the iieirs and
creditors nf sqjd dcceasetj, terms made known on
the day of sale.
JERNIGAN, Adtn r.
Atnercus. 9, 1839. 45
- 4 LL those' who are indebted to the estatp o
y \ SanuA I W ilhar s. latekol Ft, wait coun y
ceased, L hereby notified conic to, w ard and
.tnV'p immediate pvyinent, JT'\ those having -*(•-
m*ids jc 4tist_snid Tsfflte, Sre. required to reu4~v
them iijfecurdms to law.
4ft: k. rcocker, )
fI.ftVKRD BRYAN, I ~
TT. FORT. >Executor.
IW. BOYNTON, |
FebT* 48 fft
I/ff Sheritr sales.
be sold ou the first Tuesday in MAY
v T next, before the Court House door ol Lee
county between the legal hours of sale, the fol
io . ng property to wit:
Lot o: Land No. 40 in the second district of
Lee cotiuy, levied on ..s tlie property of Abraham
knigsy, to satisfy a fi fa in favor Win. F- Bond,
and one ti la v». saiu Kmgsv in tavur ol Boud Ac
Sheffield, issued Iro in a Justice Court ot Wilk
inson county, levied on and returned to me by a
constable, property pointed out by Plaintiffs At
Lot of Land No. 109 in the 14tb district of
Lee count), levied on as the property of John
M arshal and Ezekiel Abbett, to satisfy a f» fa is
sued from a Justice Court ol Jasper county, in
favor ot William Morris, lor the use of Robert
Bull vs. said John Marsnall and Ezekiel Abbett.
property pointed out by James Abbett levy made
and returned to me by a constable.
One yoke of Oxen and cart, two stacks of Fod
der, fifteen hundred weight, more or less, and one
two aer* Lot in the S. E corner of Lot No. 240.
in the 13th district o' Lee county levied on as
the projjertyof John Sh“rrard,to satisfy a fi fa is
sued from rite Superior Court of Lee county in
favor of Harrison Jones, vs. said Joint Sherrard
and Samuel Siihvant, property pointed out by
Also, Lot of Land No. 228 in the 12th district
of Lee eouuty. and also a part of two Lots, Nos.
not known, well improved containing two hundred
acres more or less, tlie place whereon James
Huckaby now lives, levied on as the property of
James Huckaby to satisfy a fi fa issued from the
Inferior Court of Lee countv, in favor of Davis
Smith Ac Cos. vs. said James Huckaby Ac George
W. Huckaby property pointed out by George
Also, Lot of Land No. 180 in the Ist district
of Lee county, and two half acre Lots in the
Town of Starksville Nos. not known, levied on as
the property of George W. Huckaby, to satistv a
fl fa issued from the Inferior Court of Lee coir:
ty in favor of Davis Smith Ac Cos. vs. James Huck
aby and George W. Huckaby, property pointed
Nathan Bankston’s interest in lot of land No,
39, in the 141 li district of Lee county, it being a
share of one tenth part ofsaid lot, to satisfy a Fi Fa
Lotted from a Justice court of Coweta county, in
favor of Silas Laurence, vs said Bankston—Le
vy made tmd returned to me by a constable..
hot of land No. 220, in tlie l‘itli district of Lee
County, levied on as the property nf William H.
Harrison, to satisfy a Fi Fa issued from the In
fie riot court of Habersham county, in f:na i ol'Ja<.
Smith, vs said Harrison-—property pointed out by
Lot of land. No. 204 in the 2d district <f' Lee
county, levied on as the i-rtc criv of ('• i-a H.
McCaskell, to satisfy a Fi Fa t • aeil >i m the In
ferior court of Lee com ty, in liner ol MoioiCai
Alexander, vs George W. Hm i-aln aid Peiei
H. McCaskell-—property pointed not by G> i.,._c
Lot of land No. 199. in the I2ih district of Lee
county —levied mi as the protterli of .las. Bradley
and George Mitchell, to satisfy t! ree Fi Fas is
sued from a Jiiitice court of Jasper countv in la
voi ol Thomas Broddus vs said James Bradley
and George Mitchell--property pointed out by
plaintiff, 1* vy made and u-turned to me by a con
One house and lot in the town of Starksville No.
———the place whereon the Rev. Win. W.
Manuel now lives, levied on as the property of
George W. Huckaby. to sat sly a Fi Fa issued
I rout the Intern r Court of Lee county, in favor
of Mordicai Alexander, vs George W. Huekabv
and Peter 11. McCaskell, property pointed out
Al«o, le ts of land No. 174 No. 12, and No. 37. i.i
the 13th district of Lee county, levied on as the
property of Michael Madden, to satisfy a I*’i Ka
issued from the Superior Court of Sumter county,
in favor of Jernigan Ac La .vr< n e vs said Madden,
property pointed out by Thomas C. Sullivan.
A. DYSON, Sheriff.
March 21, 1838.
Also, will he sold at the sa <e time and place.
Ltjtof Land N0.2‘29 ttfltlts-1 t strie-ofn gin
ally Dooly, now Lee comity, levied on a* the pro
perty of Robert G. Ford, to satisfy a fi fa in favor
of the Inferior Court of Lee county, vs. B. O.
Pearson. William J. Ford, and Robert G. Ford,
property pointed out by defendant.
One yoke of Oxen and cart, levied on as the
property of John Cain, to satisfy a fi la issued
front the Superior Court of Lee county, m favor
of Harrison JonSs, Adm’r. of theestatcoi Lewis
Bond, di c’d, vs. said John Cain.
D GOFF, D. Sheriff. .
Man h 21, 1839 51
Stewart Sheri if Snles.
WILL be sold, on the first Tuesday iu
MAY next, before the court house
door in the town of Lumpkin, Stewart county, be
tween the usual hours of sale, the following pro
perty, to wit:
One lot of laud, No. 64, in the 33d (list. Stew
art county, taken as th" property cf Wiley Burk
to satisfy sundry Fi Fas, issued out of a Justice
court oi Heard county in favor of B. «X J. T.
Brown—levied on and returned to tne by a Con
stable. ’ A
Also, No. 113. in the I9thdi-ttrict of fjtewartco,
Trttunr :,<rrlTc~fnT)petty of RttbrTt J. BYhfgdr, ttfSTTL
isfv sundry Fi Fas issued out of a Justice court
of Stewart county in favor of A. P. Rood &Cos.
and others, property Ifcvied and returned to me
by .1 Constable.
Also, No. 10 in the 32 district of Ste .vart county
taken as the property of B. Swaringiin, to satisfy
sundry Fi Fas, issued out ot a Justice court in
favor of J. Lamp kin,' and others.
Also, No. 197. in tie- 24th district o( said coun
ty, taken as the property of James to sat
isfy one Fi Fa, issued out of Srewart inferior
Court in favor of John We t. vs Reuben Roach
J unes3-ard ai l vViawrigut L. Sie vart, security
M. M. FLEMMING Sh'/l.
A DMN IS TR AT?birS SALE.
H_.fi ILL be sold at subscribers house on
v th<* fourth day of May next, all the person
al 4>ropci ty of .Smith deceased, con
sisting of one two yeareold Fillev. one Loom,
six head of (ieesc, souip low Hogs, house
hold and kitchen furniture, and many
clcs two tcihous frf ihetwioii. Terirrt of safe’
made known on the day.
DAVID A. NEYLAND, Adtn’r.
March 15. 1 r3K 51 Os
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
L'OL’R .Months after date uppliiattuu wuj
JL be made to tlie Honorable Interior Conn ot
Sumter county wtien sitting for ordinary purjio
ses, tor leave to sell the real estate ol L »iau i oi
WALIGN W. FULLER, Ad. Ur.
M-->rc .I** * 4!) io
MONTHS alter and te application will
be made to the honorable the Ulterior court
of Sumter county, when sitting tor ordinary ~U r
poses, lor leave to sell a pan ot the real estate ot
Edmund Jones, minor ol W iley Joues, deceaser*
VWNNEA JONEfs, Guardian
Feb. 4,1839. , 45
F°r. UR > I I ° N T HiS aftcr <l:,te a Ppßcation will
-T be made to the Honorable I nil! ,or Court •
the county of Sumter while selling f or onJi "J*
purposes lor leave to sell lot number fittv , n ,1/
twenty eighth district, offortnerly Lee now S,',,
ter county to be sold as the propem 01 \\ ,|| ls j r
mgan deceased, r„r the benefit ofthe heirs and
creditors of said deceased. a,ul
BRYANT JERNIGAN, Ad..r r
Americus b eh. 9. jajil 4.5
STOCK l’ OK SALE. >
r N consequence of other engagements requrr
i mg iny peisomii alteminn, ] oner for sale my
stock 11, trade at Loximkle, the stand is equal to
the best in tie county. The stock consists c!
suen articles as are usually kept m a (mutiny store,
*-' f y (aootls, 1 hireiircire,
hats*, iiootm and shoes
and th many articles to form an assortment.—
Ihe above stand is in the 24th district of Stewart
county, connected whh the Post Office known as
hisholm sP. O. For teims apply to tlie sub
scuurr on the premises.
.... . , JAMES M. MILNER.
I hr Lands are now rented for the third ol their
productions—Cotton, corn and fodder
Feb fi 44
C*e ev.l *aie of Torisj Log,
| X A the 15th ot April next, the Lots in the
' ' J own ot Geneva will be offered for sale.
--Geneva offers wiaw? sovni ragi-eto the rapitainu
and adventurer ; it is situated at tlie head of -team
boat naviisitmi, on the fork ofthe Chwctowhat, 1,-
le and 1 ea rivers (iri Dale countv, Ala. ) said riv
ers empty into the Choctowhatchie or Si. ifosa
A steamboat is expected to beat thv landiim
bn thw das ot sale. * *
'I he prod net* from an extensive region, ofcoun
tty, including Jackson and \\ aiton com ties, Flor
ida, and Dal- and Covington counties, Ala mu t
concentrate al Geneva.
1 he pay ment- to be divided into three in-ial
incurs --ti e first in n.t days after sale, li.e baiance
1-t Jan. 1.-i-.fiai-d U-41. On failure of r vn-e. t
I after each bee-onn-s d„e the Lot and all paid'the, e
lon including. noKfiir. to be'foiYeited.
I- ~rTe,.ttli and , t},er eonveiii, nee*' w-dl i„. |,.f t
watli the purchaseis, uhen,,t IS ~s , , v , qj v ; sjf
Geneva ere th. y j urebase, and wiiete they w,li
meet with • ntertainmeut.
Mmehfi. 48. IJ. A. \ GNGK. Agent
r | , HE snl.si 1 din to | i i- ;u,iy in,l ,13 s his Irion :$
A and th: pul he gt-netH. y lin t j,t (.-• / j (epaitd
on the most aj j roved j ian, and with the best nm
lie wit, warrant ha* work to perform as veil as
;u.\ done in the State, and s> ouid any tin, i„.| IO
wmk well, put up by him, he will obligate him
sell 10 lake it down and put another in itspUa*
free ( barge From his long experience, he ,s.
cm /idem he will be able to give general satisfae
tint to.those wI o may favor lin uuh their patron
age. Repairing done at the shortest notice, and
in a neat and w orkmanlike manner.
Lumpkin, Ga. March 15. 1839, 49 4t
1 FCRW ARN ail persons In m irespassing
A loi 01 Land No. 37 in the 22i1. clistricf ol or
iginally Lee tew .Stewart r < t.nt), as tlie law w i
bo rigid ty in forced agairt all tre pVtssers. This Io
ol L-inil adjoins \\ iilian tiarrelt, Join Robinsot
Wliiiain Tompkips and David Low.
MAT'IIIEW WRIGHT. Agent.
lor C. Y. Perry, the owner.
March 13. 1859 49 4t
LA\\ r NOTJCE.
undersigned have associated themselves
■ in the PRACTICE OF LAW, under the
firm of Bum, <Sc Mitcukm,, and will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to their care in
the Courts of the following counties, viz.
Muscogee, I.ee, and
Randolph, Barbour, Ala.
J. L. Bum. may be found at his office in Flor
ence, and J. 51. MiTciiKfai, at his office in Lump
kin, Stewart co. Ga.
JESSE L. BULL,
JAMES M. MITCHELL.
Feb 1. 47 8t
J. A. S3. TI U OY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STATKSVILLE. LEE COUNTY. GEORGIA.
ViriLE juteoii-ibe Co«rt!»-.of the CbIATTA
Nov. 26 35 lv
WILLIAM if MAY,
lllonicy al Law,
STARKSV ILLE Lee county, Ga. will prac
tice iri all the counties of tlie Chattahoo
March 10 48 ly
JOB PR INT ING. --
C CONNECTED with tlie office of the MIR-
J ROR, is a sjilentlid assortment of
And we are enabled to excute all kind of Job work,
in the neatest manner and at the shortest notice.
of every description will constantly be kept oa
hand, *uch as