FUR CONSUME 1 H>.\.
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tJuiS OFFJN GQtliCKc,
THE GREATEST OF HUMANBEN
ftiizens of Xorth anl South A■ eri, \
f t > LoCIS OrK *.X GoEUCivI-., .1. D.
.a. Germany. Europe heffiijg . tii i. i,-* - . 1,
able hou jr oi aJiii.i'a .new i r. i
u.iCTKiSi; to the Science of M--tl.-ji.n- -
doctrine wliici. tii«ni it velirtm-utlv >;•.
by iutny ot the lacrtlty, [-.a which be r
valtiabic member,] lit- prows to be •> e.
founded in truth as any doiti me of tt-
Writ—a docltine, upon th- v.-ii.y .ffw
aro suspended the i.t.-s oi iu,.iioii.s oi i t
fH.e, trs i tVii’.elt tie boldly cli 11-tige* In- op
• *v><cfs ;j reiute, uc : Co.im ngthn is i
i . : tyltfi o:c.uiiin'l by l h'nrdfttd -.tale
,<< i r .i Vi tv (or Life Pri a ■’•■/*/ ; ) <f the himi
Vj iu : ‘fj*’ oftet secretly tu -king inthe nj/s
t a for yea v before tha * * /*•- It .»•/ > u,>l nut
i i’the L t igs^£js--and tch!> '< «t ty b,e is ce
j.tlrdy, ’'toughnot a t ’■l‘kt’.l -/, cared, as ac> u
j is,i u iora si iiiie headache. An irivalu t
iffy pit emus dee:ime this, as it ini tarts an
import..t lesaou ta tite app ccully healthy
of both sex , s, leaching them tint th:- ius.il
ious foe may be an unobserved inmate of
their *-dayey h ruses'” even w bile they ini t
gins tlltxnse'v - secure fra . its attacks,
teaching tiiem that i'IIE GREAT <il ■
CRET IN THE Y il I’OF PRE 3ER V 1 At;
HEAL PH IS t' ) FLU MY OUT THE
DISEASE WlliLH is 1 iIE BLADE,
AND .NOT VVAH’ ITLL THE FULL
This illustrious benefactor of nan is also
cjtiik-J to our uul'eßued gratitude, ail tn.-
gratitude of a vvo.i l, for t ie i ivntii:t of
his MA rCiILESS SOV FIVE.— /i.u.
healing fiat may justly claim for it such a
title, -iace it has so signally tu i npheil over
oir great com non enemy /“UONSUM P
TION, both it. tu - first an l last stages, -a
medicine which lias throughly filled tii,- ra
-ctwn in tii* Materia M -li.-:*, and thereby
proved hself the 'o.'.qur.KOK of Piiysi
wi.\.ss,VjjJ— i .it -,ii in-, tor which all man
kind bin have aim iilant cans - to hie s the
beneficent ;.aa l of a kin I IVovj.l n i- —n
medicine whose won Irons virtues have been
so glowingly portrayed ite.i by some of our
clergy, in ui'-ir pastoral v.-i.s t i the sir's
chamber; bv which means they ul'tc i 1 •-
conic t id h tppy iu-triiioonts of cliao - ion and
sponde ii y into nope, si Uac>s um m- ilili,
and sadness oi irien Is iat j jovl tineas.
«? ? q. q
*»OELICh r.’S is a ~e Jicine ~t mo' e value
to man nan tue vast mines if \ustna, or
even the uu ted .ea-ares ol .ittr gloiic, a
medicine, which is ob.sincd eijinilli/ from
the vegetable, animal m.l mineral i, ingdoms,
and thus possesses a turke fold power,-
a medicine, whtcli thougu designed as a
remedy for consumption solely, is possess
ed of a mysterious inllueiice over many dis
eases of the f anat system,—a me liei*-
which begines to be value I by Phyt/irans ;
wL j are daily witnessing its astonishing cu t s
of many whom they had te-igued to the
g a«pof the Lnsa . iaui.k Grave.
DOSE of the Sanative, for adults, one
drop; for children, a hah drop : and ior in
fants, a quarter drop ; the directions exil.ii -
ing the manuer of taking a bail or a quartet
q 5 q «? q q
A certificate from three members of ti *
MEDICAL PROFESSION in Germany,
\Ve, the undersigned, practitioners of me
dicine m Germany are well aware licit, by
our course, we may forfeit tite friendship m
some of tlte faculjiy, but not of i's benevo
lent members, who are uninfluenced by -el
fish motives. Though we shall refrain from
an expression of our opinion, either ot the
soundness or unsotirulness ot Dr. Goelicke’s
new doctrine, we are happy to say that we
deem his Sanative too valuable not '*» he
generally known - tor what our eyes behold
and owr ears hear, we must believe.
We hereby state, that when Dr. Louis
Offon ttoelicke first came betore tlte German
public, as the pret mded i; covcrer ofu -iew
doctrine and anew medicine, we hel llt i
the highest cout-vm t.b'dmvmg, a i.l op-- v
pronouncing linn to ie abase impostor and
the(>rinceot quacks. But, on nearing so
much j aid about the Sanative, against it and
for it, we were induced, from motives of cu
riosity merely, to make trial of its reputed
Virtues upon a number of our must hopeless
patients; and we now deem it our boon leu
duty (even at the expen e of our sell inter
est) publicly to acknowledge its efficacy in
curing not only cox-umntion, but other ft- r
ful ma'udies.gw hieh we have heretofore be
lieved to bj incurable. Our contempt for
the discoverer of this medicine wis at '(ire
swallowed up ii our utter as o cshti cut it
th«*e unexpect and results; and, as ntr-..«ds
for our abuse of tiini, we do frankly confess
to the world, that we believe him a philan
thropist, who does honor to the profession,
and to ourcountiy, which stave him birth.
The recent adoption nf tnismedi iue into
some of our Eu o lean hospitals ts a snfft
ient gu irantythat it performs all its pro nUes.
It neet I '. I not our testimony lor wherever ii
is used •>. is its own be-t w itness.
HERMAN ETMUhLKb, M. D.
WAI«TER V YN GAU /!’, M. 1).
ADOL RIII S YVERNER. M I).
Germany, December 10, 1338.
bbb b b h
Post Office Chaplin, Windham, Cos, ( on.
July *O, 1638.
Sir—A most wonderful cure has lately
been effected, through the vi» j*-s of Dr Go
elick’S Sanative, t n the case of an eld riy
gcntle.uan. who was far *• in aud wasted a * iv
itt CONSUMPTION, and musider and
PAST, RECOV ERY.’.fd s ,F \ M i L >
PHYSICAN. ll p is u i,v on - - dviiy
speaking, a WELL MAN. Isa . hi n
myself a lev days since, iiu-u njßinv w,fh \ >"
wife starting on a jo' r i v to th we.r i
put of this sta'e. He • -cri u-.s n-s *e.-
from the very jawsot rt'-ito. ad b<r< i v
ery to health solely to the a-toiush'.na vir
tues of the Matchless Sara: ve. || ris n
man possessing a suiit prnportv. !>tir. savs
he, -I WOULD YY’ILLINGLY P\Y
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR v
SINGLE BOTTLE OF’ IT, IF I Col U>
NOT PL .CHASE H H R A L!>
PRICE. To hi-i tin v-'ni'liic is above nil
value. WATER GOODE LL. P. M
The above 'le liniue for « de, by
THOMAS GARDNER. Agent.
Congress passed ala v restricting the re
muneration for carrying th" mad upon rail-
Wddjtn nfft ntoYo than poj gjile.
THE GOOD SAMARITAN.
A C* - A 1 EAST.
s i.L nations, runt the remotest ages,
I V nave liad ships, but Columbus only
mund out liit way to America. Before the
time ol the great .'Spamsli i avigator people
were only eu.ibled to paddle ab. ut the shores.
I J’tst so with the Lite Mcoicines It i» but
two .fort years since 1 first ventured upon
| n unknown ocean, and 1 have discovered
..e precious obj< cl I was m se rch of—
IK.Mj IH. V egetable medicines were in
■ i.l, um when I commenced my seattli.
i i> t- -h use wa-. not. lfy the list* ol tiem
ii.ivo nos on y p issetl trotn the dejected
i|. i,rot!ie li.tie ne.iily and active titan t.
i 0.. S-. but comparatively speaking, I hai
wed my yotitfi. l ea tiiu«. with «om
mi. in my own experierce, advise w it*.-;
I . fell-iw-citizens. Does the render w
i nfth.it tne VEGETABLE LIFE Ml
\ it INKS are suitable to lot own case 1 I
i iv- o.i .ile at mv o-iice. 3G7 Bro idw„v, litin
dre Is of letters, Iroin some of the most re
s.pecta'de oilmens of this iny native land,
voiu.itsiilv ottered in testiinouv of th* vir
r o-i of V GOOD VEGETABLE .'IED
I’.-rsoos wins t constitutions have been
nearly ruined by the “all infallible' mineral
preparationsof tlieday, will b-ar me witness,
that the Life Medicines, and such only, are
t ! ie true coma-to permanent food health.
GENET! \L RE-MARKS RELATIVE
TO M fFFAT’S LIFE Pi I. LB AND
These me Heines have long b-rn known
and ippreci.n'pd. for th-trexiiaor linavv and
i:n ie h ite p iwcrs of resulting perfect health
to •i-i-.nis -uscring u <ier nearly every kind
of lise ise to iv tic i th- human ft amt* is lia'i’e.
In iMvhind -.ls of certificated instance*
ilv-v have even n'rcurd ‘Uileicis from the
vcr. v r:e es >n uatime'v grave, alter ail
tit deceptive u<>-trains ol til"’ da v h 1 1 utterly
(ailed; and to tinny tltousaiuls *St« have
per na.icnilv seemed that mdiorni enjoy*
uent of health, vvithoiif which life its-li'is
but a partial blessing. So etc.if. indeed,
ii.; tii.-ir eUicney invariably and infallibly
proved that it lias appeared scarcely less
t ii niirn'-iilnus to thorn- who were rwiac
'jn iinted with the b■ r ifully philosophical
oiineiples upon v.tuc.t 11 * *-v are componn
dt-il, ii upon whit It they consequently
act. It was to fl.cir it aniiest and' sensible
ir-tiou in (mn. vit)!.'tiie spritigs and channels
( life, and *:111 >t• i ' th-m -vith renewed tone
and vigor, that ney v .-i e indebted for their
. v!l ti- iv. isb i -,v“i| upon them at the
, . m ~,,-ous vei|ue-t of several imlividlials
vlioie lives they It 111 obviously saved.
1 pro pro tor r- i<ie- in the opportuni
v ,'f-,i leo by ltie universal (Infusion of the
,’v press tor ttlaceiug Ins \ I*.• *E lAl> f, E
LIFE i>| [,LB within the knowledge and
r i-li of eve v oi livi Ilia: int.ie co.ii’iiunitv.
ITnl'.Ue the "host of ptrnieiotis quackeries,
w hich boa-t ol ve.gt'able ingredieuts, the
(.tie i’ll is are purely and solely vegetable,
in i contain neither Mercury, Antimony,
Vrsrne, nor a v mineral whatever, l hey are
entin-iv c mpose I-l c\t.acts 1 roni rare and
po'vertu! plants, the virtues of whi n, though
lo g known tosev rii Indian tribes, and re
e-ntiy to some rminet t ; h irmaceati-al
-h niist*, are aitoge.her unknown to the ig
norant oreten li-r* to n-d and sci nee: and
we.e u v r before ad u uhtered in so happi-
ly eflieac ous a com tna ton.
Their tii -1 operation is to loosen from the
, oats of the stomach an i bow “Is, the various
tup nit.es auil t rrniities constantly setting a
round them; and to remove the hardene
iec-s which collect in the co'ivoliitiO is of th.e
.mall inte nin* s. Other me die i e i only par
~! i- ,1a ise the .-..mil leave such collected
ms is behind as to produce habitual cos
t v i■ -s with all its train of evils, or sud
ie.dinrr: ce a, with its imiuinCtit d.ins. rs. •
, n s tact is well known l > ah regular anat
, ~i is, uno exam) ie the lium.ni bowels at'-
:,- r ; and hence the prejudice of these
w- 1 i fc,lined men against 'lie quack medi
eiiies of the age. The second eflect o( the
VEGETABLE LIFE IMLLS is to cleanse
the k.dnevs ane he bladder, and by thts
i,cans, the liver and the lungs, the healthful
action of which enti ely depends upon the
■ "nliiriiv of the urinary organs. Ihe
blood, which takes its led color from the
a i mev of the liver and the lungs before it
passes into the heart, being thus purified by
th m ind iin iriihc lby fn and coming from
a dean stomach, courses freely through the
veins, renews every part of the system, am
irnim haiitlv moiitrsthe bat nev of healthy
in the blooming ch-ek•
The following are itinon.F the distressing
variety of hir-Ml diseases, to whir!, the \e
grtable Li e Pills are well known to be in
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing
the tir-t and second stomachs, and creating
n flow in I pur ■ healthy bile, instead ol
the stale .ul ..-til km I :-F/ifn/rnry.l a
pd uion of th- 11-ait r^sofa-petite. Hear -
h, „ ,-d Had or Restless -rs 1 -temper
1 x ty Ln tor, an I U ffiac- MB/. which
„ ~, (Vint >in .I'D snepxn. will
vanish, a- a natural con equeuce nf its cure.
ripe ness, by cl ansin ' the wli. le ,cn th
of the ir ir ti.ies with a solvent process and
without vi deuce all voleut tntrges leave the
imwpls <*os vp wi 11 *i : • iw ® r
and C o e,o, bv removing the sharp acrid
fluids bv which tl -s- complaints arc occa
sioned. a-ul t>v promoting , '- p lucrative se
creti.m ofthe mucas tnetnhrane Ftrers oj
all kails bv re toriug tbe blood to a reg
ular C !- iii .'i >n through the process ot per
sp r .tion in some cases, and the tl.or"ug •
-i i on o: ad i-it sti ,al obstructions in oth
riu- LIFE PILLS have hcen known
to corn ;i ! .eumut!sm permanently in three
wc -ks. a ! 1 Clod ill half that time, by remov
iii -1,-.; i- 1 mmatton from the tnusejes.
I , -,.-nts of ti ie joints. Dropsies of all
) >N freeing and strengthening the kid
nev* and bad ler ; t t«y operate most de
li *it full v on these i nportant organs and
11- , C h'v everb m found a certain remedy
forth • worst c i-f -of H nd. Also, Worms,
,iiv ,| shidgt -g fro n the tnunn rs ot the bow
)-!.; t'ie sfitny matter to which these crca
tn. --a Ihu- ; •!.<' Mil and consumption, by
; the ait v-ssels ofthe lungs from
which even slight cofils will
not removed becomes har
d- ii . i j., off it ies thus’ dreadful diseas
es. n-ee.r, and bnerterate Sores.
by th* perfect purity which these Lite Pills
</iv- to the blood, and all the humors;
Scorbutic fCt apt one, and. Bad Complexions.
I bv th- ir alter iiiv.- effect upoitt the fluids that
feed tlte -in. tho morbid state of which oc
; c'lsion- ail fv upt ce lontjdt’ints, Salow, C lou
| and i and other disagreeable Co,uj,tenons
' The use of these Pills lor a Very short time,
i will effect an entire cure of .'<ilt rheum,
, Erysipelas, and a striking in*-rovcireut iu
| the Clearness of the skin, laimmon Colds and
Infl ena will liways bo tired by oue dose,
or by two. ven in tbe worst cases. Piles,
—a< a re for this most distressing
and oh-oin ite mala'dv. tbe Vegetable Life
Pills d-serve a distinct and emphatic rc
k commendation. It i- well known to hun,
itift'da 10 this City, that tbe JProjnietor of
these invaluable Pill*, wae himself afflict,
ed with this complaint for upwards of thir
ty five years, and that he tried in vain every
remedy prescribed within the whole com
pass ot the Materia Medica. lie however,
at length, tried the medicine which he now
otters to the public and he was cured in a
very short time, after his recovery had been
pronounced uot uuly improbable, but abso
lutely imposible by any human meaus.
DIRECTION FOR USE.—The Pro
prie'ur of the Vegetable Life Pills does not
iciilow the base and mercenary practice ol
e quacks ui the day, in advising persons
o take his Pills in large quantities. No
ood medicine can possibly be so required.
* iiesc Piiisare tube taken at bed time every
( lit, for a week or tovtiiight, according to
the obstinacy of the disease. The usual
o-e is from 2 to 5, according to the consti
ion of the person- Very delicate per
l -ms should begin with but tw“o, and in
crease 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 or even
o Pills, arid they will effect a sufficiently
happy change to guide the patient in their
feuther use. These Piiis sometimes occa
sion sickness and vomiting though very sel
dom unless the stomach is very foul; this
however may be considered a favorable sym
ptom. as the patient will find himself at
once relieved, and by perseverance will
•oon recover. They usually operate within
10 or 12 hours and never give pain, unless
the bowels are very much encumbered.
They may be taken by the most delicate fe
males under any circumstances It is how
ever recommended, that those in later per
iods of pregnancy should take but one at a
time, and thus continue to keep the bowels
open, and even two may be taken where tbe
patient is very costive. One pill in a solu
tion of two table spoons full ts water, may
be given to an infan* in the following doses
—a tea spoon full every two hours till it op
erates ; fora child from » ie to five years of
age, half a pill—atid from live to ten one
TIIE PfKENIX BITTERS, nreso cal
led, because they possess the power of re
storing the expiring embers of health, to a
glowing vigor throughout the constitution,
ns the Phoenix is said to be resto ed to life
from the ashes of its own dissolution. The
Phoenix Bitters are entirely vegetable, com
posed of roots found only in certain parts of
flic western country, whic h will i H fallibly
cure FEVERS AND AGUESof all kinds;
will never fail to eradicate entirely at] the ef
fects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the
most powerful preparations of Sarsaparilla,
aid will immediately cure (he determination
of BLOOD TO THE UK \D ; never fa.l in
the sckneesinritfi'/it to young fcm alee tmi\ will
be found a certain remedy in all cases of ner
vous ilt bii-ittj anj weaknt .vs ot the most im
paired constitutions. Asa remedy for Chro
n'cand Inflammatory Rheumatism the effica
cy ofthe Phoenix Biiteis will be demonstra
ted by the use of a single bottle. The usu
al dose of these bitters is half a wine -lass
lull, in water or wine, and this quantity may
be taken two or three time a day, about half
an hour before meals, or a less quantity may
be taken a ali times. To those who art*
afflicted with indigestion after meals, these
Bitters will prova in valuable, as they very
greatly increase the action of the principal
viscera, help them to perforin their func “
lions, and enable the stomach to discharge
into the bowels whatever is ofiensive. Thus
indigestion is easily and speedily removed,
appetite restored arid the mouth’s ofthe ab
sorbent vessels being cleased nutrition is la
• liitated, and strength of body and energy
of mind are the happy results. For farther
particulars of MOFFAT’S LIFE PILLS
and PHIENIX BITTERS, apply at Mr.
Moffat’s office No. 367 Broadway. New York,
where the Pills can be obtained for 25 cents,
st) cents,or $1 per box -, and the Bitters for
or $2 perbottle. Numerous certifi
cates of ( he wonderful efficacy of both, may
be there inspected.
In some obstinate and complicated cases
of chronic and inflammatory Rheumatism,
Liver Complaints, Fever and Ague, Dyspep
sia, Palsy, Pilts, injuiies from the use of
mercury, quinine, u 7 other i/tsiases of lona
standing it may be found necessary to take
both the Life Pills and the Phoenix Bit
ters, in the doses before recommended.
N. B.—These Pills and the Bitters will
get all mercury out of the system infinitely
faster than the best preparations of Sarsapa
rilla and are a certain remedy for the rush
ing of blood to the head or all violent head
aches, tic doulevieux, tic —All persons who
aro predisposed to ajtpople.ru, palsy, Ac.,
should never be without the Life Pills or
the Bitters for one dose in time will save
life. They equalize the circulation of the.
blood, draw all pressure from the head, re
store perspiration and throw ofi'every impu
rity by tha pores of the skin.
ITe affine medicine for sale by
THOMAS GARDNER, Agent
Anri I 1. 1:0,0 51
STOCK FOR SALE.
IN consequence of other engagements re
quiring my personal attention, l offer
for sale my stock in trade at Boxat.kie, the
stand is equal to the best in the countv. —
The stock consists of such articles as are
usually kept in a country store,
Dry (foods, Hardware,
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
and til. many articles to form an assortment.
r l he above stand is in the 24th district of
Stewart county, connected with the Post
Office known as Chisholm’s P. O. For
terms apply to the subscriber on the prem
ises. ' JAMES M. MILNER.
The Lands are now rented for the third
oftheir productions—Cotton, corn and fod
Feb 6 44
fll Ilh subscriber reiqiecilully informs bis
A triends and tbe public generally that
lit- is prepared to manufacture.
on the most approved plan, and with the best
He will warrant Hit work to perform as
Wei *. as a,> y ‘* o ' ,e ‘ n tlic State, and t s9ould a
ny Gin fail nffwork well, put up by him,
Ee will obligate himself to take it down and
put nuolher in its place free of charge
From his long experience, he is confident he
will be able to give general satisfaction to
those who may lavor him w tih their patron
age. Repairing done at the shortest notice,
aud in a uea* and workmanlike manner.
Lumpkin, Ga. March 15, 49 4t
A LL persons indebted to the estate of
John J. Sims, late of Sumter county,
deceased, are requested to come forward and
make payment; and those having demands
against said estate, wall presentthem terms in
of the law.
J. W. COWART, Adm’r.
Amcricns, March 16 6t 49
Lee Sheriff sales.
WILL be sold ou the first Tuesday in
MAY next, before the Court House
door ot Lee county between the legal hours
of sale, the following property to wit:
Lot of Land No. 41) in the second dis
trict of Lee couny, levied on as the property
of Abraham hingsy, to satisfy a tt la iu favor
cf Win. F. Bond, and one ti lavs, “aid King
sv in favor of Bond A Sheffield, issued
from a Justice Court of Wilkinson county
levied on and returned to me by a cousta
ble, property pointed out by I‘iaiutilL At
Lot of Land No. 109 in dis
trict of Lee county, levied ou as the pro
party of John Marshal aud Ezekiel Abbott,
to satisfy a fi fa issued from a Justice Court
of Jasper county, in favor of V iilium Aim
ris, tor the use of Robert Bull vs. said Juki
Marshall and Ezekiel AUbett, property pot.
ted out by Janies Abbett levy made and re
turned to me by a constable.
One yoke of Oxen and cart, two stacks of
Fodder, fifteen hundred weight, more or less,
and one two acre Lot in the S. E. corner of
Lot No. 240. in the 13th district of Lee
county—-levied on as the property of John
to satisfy a ti fa issued from the Su
perior Court of Lee county in favor ot liar
risen Jones, vs. said John Sherrard and Sam
uel BilJivant, property pointed out by Sam
Also, Lot of Land No. 228 in the 12th dis
trict of Lee county, and also a part of two
Lots, Nos. not known, well improved, con
taining two hundred acres more or less, the
place whereon James Huckaby now lives,
levied on as the property of James Huckaby
to satisfy a ft fa issued from the Interior
Gourt of Lee county, in favor of Davis
Smith A Cos. vs. said James Huckaby A
George W. Huckaby—property pointed out
by George W. Huckaby.
Also, Lot of Laud No. 180 in the Ist
district of Lee county, and two half acre
Lots’in the Town of StarksviUe Nos not
known, levied on us the property of George
W. Huckaby, to satisfy a tl fa issued from
(be Inferior Court of Lee couutv in favor of
Davis Smith A Cos. vs. James Huckaby and
Gemge W. Huckaby, property pointed out
Nathan Bankston’s interest in lot of land
No, 39, in the 11tii district of Lee county,
it being a share of one tenth part of said lot,
lo satisfy a Fi Fa issued from a Justice court
ot Coweta county, in favor of Silas Lau
rence. v.-, said Bankston-—Levy made and re
turned to me by a constable.
Lot of land No. 220, in the 12th district of
Lee county, levied on as the property of
William H. Harrison, to satisfy a Fi Fa is
sued from the Inferior court of Habersham
county, in favor of Jns. Smith, vs said Har
rison—property point' ll out by the plaintiff.
Lot of land, No. 204 iu the 2d district of
Lee county, levied on as the property of
Peter 11. McCaskell, to satisfy a Fi Fa issu
ed from the Inferior court of Lee coin.tv in
favor of Mordieai Alexander, vs George W.
Huckaby, and Peter H. McCa- keli-—prop
erty pointed out by George \V. Ilm kaby.
Cot of land No. 199. inthe 12th district ol
Lee county-—levied «n as the property of
Jas. Bradley and George Mitchell, to satisfy
three Fi Fas issued from a Justice court of
Jasper county in favor of Thomas Broddu*
?ssaid James Bradley and George Mitchell
- -property pointed out by plaintiff, I vyntade
and returned to me by a constable.
One house and lotin the town of Starks
ville No. the place whereon the Rev.
Win. W. Manuel now lives, levied on as
the property of George W. Huckaby. to sat
sfy a Fi Fa issut <1 from the Inferior Court
ot Lee couuty, in favor of Mordieai Alexan
der, vs George W. Huckaby and Peter H.
McCaskell, property pointed out by plain
Also, lots of land No. 174 No. 12, and No.
37, ij the 13th district of Lee county, levied
on as the property of .Michael Madden, to
satisfy a Fi Fa issued from the Superior
Court of Sumter county, in favor of .Ternigan
A Lawrence vs said Madden, property poin
ted out by Thomas C Sullivan.
A. DYSON, Sheriff,
March 21, 1838.
Also, will be sold at the same time and place,
Lot of Land No. 22!) in the 15th district of
originally Dooly, now Lee county, levied on
as the property 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
One yoke of Oxen and cart, levied on as
the property of John Cain, to satisfy a ti
fa issued from the Superior Court of Lee
county, in favor of Harrison Jones, Adtn’r.
of the estate of Lewis Bond, dec’d. vs. said
D GOFF. P. Sheriff.
Man h. 91, Jtß39 51
Steirart Sheriff Sates.
\\T IL L be sold, outlie first Tuesday
?» in-MAY next, before the court louse
door in the town of Lumpkin, Stewart coun
ty, between the usual hours of sale, tlie Ibl
low iug property,|to wit:
One lot of laud, No. 64, in the 33d dist.
Stewart county, taken as th propet’y cf
Wiley Burk to satisfy sundry Fi Fas, issued
ot -ofa Justices court ol Heard county in
favor of C. B. A .1. T. Brown—-levied on
and returned to me by a Constable.
Also, No. 113. in the 19th district of Stew
art co. taken as the property of Robert J.
Bridges, to satisly sundry Fi Fas issued out
of a Justice court of Stewart county in fa
vor of A. P. Rood A Cos. and others, pro
perty levied and returned to me by a Con
Also, No. 10 in the 32d district of Stewart
county taken as the property of B. Swariu
gim, to sitisly sundry Fi Fas, issued out ot
a Justice court in favor ol J. Lampkin and
Also, No. 197, in the 24th district of said
county, taken as the property of James
Beard, to satisfy one Fi Fa, issued out of
Stewart Inferior Court in favor of John
West, vs Reuben Roach James Beard and
Winwright L. Stewart,security.
M. M. FLEMING Slt’ff.
\LL those who are indebted tothees
. t-rte if Samuel Willia*. s, late of Stew
art county deceased, are hereby oufu-d to
come forward and make immediate p-.yinent,
and those having demands against said es
tate, are required to render them in accord
ing to law.
K E. CROCKER, j
LOVERD I‘RYAN, I
T. FOK IN j executors.
W BOYNTON, j
Feb 3 HI 6t
\IM ILL be sold at the subscribers house
wf in Sumter county on the fourth day
of May next, all the personal property of
Rachel M. Smith deceased, consisting of
one two year old Filley, one Loom, six
head of Geese, some few Hogs, bouse
hold and kitchen furniture, and many other
articles two tedious to mention. Terms of
sale made known on the day.
DAVU) A. NEYLAND, Adm’r,
Mtfch fa, 1639 51 Sf.t
A i (lie Court nouse in Faker coumy.-
will be sold ou the nrst '4 uesday to
August next, by au order of the Inferior
Court ot Lee county, the tollowtog describ
ed LoU of Laud, belonging to the estate ol
the late Lewis Bund, deceased, uii sold for
the bent-m of rite heirs and creditors ot said,
deceased, .tod tu effect a istrioution ; a pan
ol which lo:s comp!Be the Baker'plants
non.---Sales to continue liom day to a- v u
til the whole is sold. It-rtiis made k;,o\..
on the day ot sale, viz: Lots 347 2d, 214
and, 187 2d, 137 2d, 136 2d, 1452d. North
half of 215 2(1, 186 2d, 144 2d, 354 gd, i4-
-*d, '73 2d, 148 2d, 334 2d, 223 2d. 138 2d.
226 2d, 213 2d, and 192 inthe 2d District ot
•alter, originally Early county ; and ~1 o
-ots 186 3d, 163 3d, 205 3d, 234 3d. 137 :>< ,
133d, in the 3d District of Baker, former:-,
ar y county ; and also. Lfds 10. 100, 21, 6ti.
nd 257, in the seventh district of Baki-i
formerly Early county ; and also. Lots 40
and 197, in tin* 12th district of Bakei com.
ty. formerly Early, and also lot 78 in-the firs
district oi Baker county, formerly Early.
Also, on tlte first Tuesday in Septembe.
next, will (resold, at Starksvitlc, Lee coun
ty, before the Court-house door, the follow
mg Lots of Land belonging to tne said de
ceased, and sold lor a similar purpose, viz :
216, 200. 217. 214. 166, 230, lsG, 199, 202.
185, 56, 184, 203, 141, 215 and 201, in the si
cond district of Lee county, a part of winch
lots comprise that valuable plantation known
as the Fowl-town settlements and also lot
203 in the third, and the north half of lot
217 in tite first district of I.ee county.
Also, on the first Tuesday iu October next,
before the Court bouse door in Irwinton
Wilkinson couuty, tlte following Lots n
Land belonging to -ai id -c ■a-* -• f. a part • f
which comprise the Wilkinson plantation,
sold for a similar purpose, viz: 214 4th,
149 23d, 96 4(L, 28 4th, 313 4(l*. 123 4.h,
174 4th. 262 3d, 124 4th 25 I th. 26 till. 29
Ith 30 4th. 282 sth, 263 stli, 286 stli. in:
1 It, lrtl st;i, 185 sth, 297 4th, 300 4th. 3
M. 349 3d, 35(1 3d, 53 3d, 354 3d, 311 lid ,
342 14ib, 347 4(h, 34 sto. 45 sth. 267 sth,
296 4th, 289 sth, 309 4th. 299 4th, DO 4th.
279 sxlt. 196 4th 167 4th !74 4:h, 151 sth,
160 sth, 130 sth. 209 4th. 207 4th, 94 4ri .
91 4th, 92 4th, 210 sth, 178 23d. iff 4tii 24
4th, 275 4th, 169 4th 278 sth, 400 12th,
18 22i1. 114 sth, 115 sth, 136 s»h. 167 4th
92 lO'h. 272 4th, 252 4th. 263 4th, 260 4rh,
2494th, 247 4th, 231 s(h, 231 4'h 233 sth.
237 sth, 2 6 4th, 330 4th, 28 4'h, 207 s’ii.
174 4th, 175 4th, 1684t1i. 209 sth, 326 ",
211 sth, 182 sth, 46 sth. 159 3d. 159 23d
326 23d, 1 Lot, No. not known, sth, 55.
aeres ; 1 lot in the town ot Irwinton, 4 acre ;
i lot in V. iikinsen, No. not known, 101 j -
eres; 1 lot No. 36, ‘Vaction, 3d, GOJ ar-es
a part of la* No 90. in the 4th, 20 ai r s n
parcel of land!l66, 4th, containing 50 acres ;
part of 169, in 4th, containing 70 acres; part
of 206, in sth, coiitaing acres; all the
above lots of land lying in the districts an
nexed to each niriiber.
Tin* said several sales of land to continue
from day to day until the w hole is sold.—
Terms of sale, one third the twenty fifth dav
of D cember next, th balance in two equal
Adm'rs ot Lewis 80l and, dec’d.
March 23, 1839 51 eowtf
ON Satuiday the 4th day of May next,
will be sold at the late residence of
Samuel Wi lines dec’d. between thirty five
ami forty head of Cattle, one yoak of Oxen,
a quantity of Laid and some Fodder, a id
perhaps other articles. Also will be sold
on the first Tuesday in June next before the
Court House do r in Lumpkin, one Negro
girl, by the name of Malinda about thirteen
years of age, all sold as the property of
Samuel Williams deed, ngreablv to the last
will and te«taini'iir of said deceased.
E. E. CROCKER. I
LOVER I) BRYAN, ,
TOMLINSON FORT, > rsl
WILLARD BOYNTON, \
March 19, 1839 49
ADM INISTRA TOR s SAL E.
U! ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in
July next at the Court House door
in the county cf Sumter, lot of laud num
her fifty, in the twenty eighth district offor
rtierly ,ee, now Sumter county. Sold as
the property Willis Jernigam deceased, for
the benefit ofthe heirs and creditors of said
deceased, terms made Known ori the day of
BRYANT JERNIGAN, Adm r.
Amercus, Feb. 9,1839. 45
WILL besuld.on the first Tuesday in
JULY next,at the court housedoor
in town oi Americas, under an order ofthe
Honorable the Inferior court of the county
ofSutnter, while sitting for ordinary purpos
es, lot of land No. 357, in the‘2Bth district,
of formerly Lee, now Sumter county—sold
as the property of John B. Cannon, deceas
ed for the benefit of the heirs and creditors,
of said deceased.
HENRY DYKES, Adtn’r.
April 4th 1839, 52
VS7TLL be sold, on the 20th of MAY
ti next, at the house of Clement Bryan,
late of Randolph county, deceased, a quan
tity of Corn and Fonder. It will be nut up
in lots to suit purchasers, aud on a credit
until the 25th of December next; putcha
sers giving small uot- s, with approved se
L. BRYAN. ? Ex’rs
D. C. BRYAN, $ L!t rs '
Aprils 1839. 52
4 LL persons having demands against
the estate of Clement Bryan, late ot
Randolph comity deceased, will presentthem
for pa”inen; in terms of the law; ami those
indebted to s ; d estate, will please make pay
ment immediately, to
L. BRYAN, f F ,
D. ) . BRYAN. xrs '
April 8,1839. 52 6t
1.3 OU R Montes alter date application will
be made to the honorable Inferior
Court ofSureter cotin'x when Sitting for or
dinary purposes, for I- ave to sell the real es
fate of Uriah Call r deceased.
W ALTON VV. FULLER. Adm’r.
V t " :o im
MONTHS liter and te application
will be made to tbe honorable the m
‘erior court of Sumter county, when sitting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell a part
of the real - state of Edmund Jones, minor
of Wiley Jones deceased.
WINN K 4' .)< >NE.S, Guardian.
Feb. 4. 1839. 45
1^3 OUR MONTHS after date application
will be made to the Honorable Inferior
Court of the county of Sumter while set
ting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell
lot number fifty in the twenty eighth dis
trict, of formerly Lee now Sumter county to
be sold as the property of Willis. lerniganjde
ceased, lor the benefit of the heirs and cred
itors of said deceased.
BRYANT JERNIGAN, Adm’r.
4 \mcricus- Feb. 9, 1839 43 4tn
STEWART Sl PERIORCOURT
>- FEB. TERM 1839.
Pope &, Lam, Oc
.‘lark M. hleuung, dc j
.. . I hill for Discovery,
U ,lliam Solomon, k tuluj <y ununcuj,,
lOtin L am, aud I
Vrtfiur A. Morgan, j
■ 9 ap|»eariug to this court, that John CLain,
on.- ol the tieieudams to tne satu bti, of
cunipUtul, tcsiucs out ol the limits ol
On motion, ot the Solicitor of complainant
on.end, that service be pence ted, by p u^!
i ..lion once if month lor four months, , u
e el the public gazettes ot tins State. ’
A true extract from the minutes ot Stew
rt Superior court, February term, 1839
ELIJAH PEARCE, Clerk
1 HORGIa, Sumter Couuty—March
v " Perm, 1839—Interior Court sitting tor
ordinary purposes, in said county : &
It appearing to the Court, ou the petition
ot Stephen Bivins, by his attorney, Edwin R
Brown, that Ishanr \Yest, late ol said coun
ty, deceased, while in lite, made aud execu
ted to said Stephen Bivins, Ins bond, in t h*
penalty of six thousand two hundred aid
!U J dollars, under the hand atm seal ofsaid
.'han. YY est, deceased, dated the thirteenth
>! iy oi December, in the year of our Lord
e - tileen hundred and t) irty-sevet , p , , .
ol wimh is file <1 in the ( !. rk s ( f,
•Jitiom dto make good and lawful titles to
said Bivins, to three si vet;.! lots ot iaDrt , 0
“it : litre, hundred and two, and two hun
red amt seventy t i iit, and two hundred
ud sixty-t»vo, in the fifteenth district iff
ortnerly Lcp, now Sumter coin.ty. when
me last payment, (Ini g cue tin- "iweutv
•ih day ot December, in the \cur ot our
Lon! eightee hundred and tiiittv-eipht.l
lould he made, ami-aid YYYs having de
al led this life without e nqlyin wffj r! e
condition- of this bond ; It is*iher<fore or
ie» . that > itma iihvi, • and 'i on . Mam
''•oi istrators o said Y\ est dei eesed, and
ii other persons interested in said estate,
and show cause, (it any they have, at the
ext term ol tins Court, after t i applira
tnm has been published three ninths, in
<> '• ot the public Gazettes, and in ti e pub
■ (dace.- in the county, why said Samuel
vies n i s.n . i homas Mann, as admin
(aims a atores.iid, should not b* direet
to make titles to said three lots of land,
•aid Stephen Bivins accotdmg to the ten
ra'd co- ditions ofsaid bond, else, said
Samuel iv sand said Thomas Mann, ad
mini trai rs a aiurt-aid will he lim i ted so
o do. on ail Stephen Bivens no king it
> ear r at said la t payment above speci
fieii, it is been duly made.
T.m ex from t)i minutes.
E. NUNN, c. c. o.
Match 19, 1859. 52 m3iu
r |T!!E undersigned have associated theni
s stives in tine PRACTICE OF LAW,
under the firm ot Bull de Mitciikll, and
w ill attend promptly to all business end lis
ted to their care in the Courts of the loi
low ing counties, viz.
Muscogee, Lee, G.t. and
Randolph, Barbour, Ala.
J. L. Bull may be found at his office irt
Florence, and J. M. Mitciikll, at his office
in Lutnpkin, Stewart co. Gsi.
JESSE L. BULL,
Feb 1 ■ 47 6t
.1. A. E 2. JIACO.V,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STA3KSVILLE. LEE bGUNIY, PtC'RGIA.
\\/ ILL attend the Courts of the CJ i AT
TA HOOCH EE CIRCUIT.
Nnv. 25 35 1 v
WILLIAM li MAY7~
Mtornrv at Lau,
STARKSV ILLE Lee county, Ga. will
practice in ah the eouuties ot the Chat
March 10 43 ly
Hhay ing associated themselves, in
the Practice of Medicine & Surgery,
respectfully offer their Professional services,
io the Citizens of Florence, and the stir
rounding country. Their charges shall be
regulated by a majority of the Physicians
of Stewart County.
One or both, may always, 6e fount! at their
office on Broad Street, lately occupied by
the Gem gin M irror.
March 25 1,-39. 50
Dr. WH». ?I. Klaiilu ick,
(1 AN, at all times be found by those wish
-d ing'liis services, at his office, or the
house ot M. McCullar, Esq. when not prof
Jan 26 42
Drs. R. & 35, WI LL E AII
A) hm perr -ucutiy located (ice in -
A A selves in FLORENCE, nspectii.hy
tender their professional seiviees to the ci
tizens thereol and the surrounding country.
From the success which lias hetetofbre
attended their practice, they flatter tlietn
selves that they will be «• <«bled to give gen
eral satisfaction to theii patrons.
One, or both, may be found at their office
when not professionally engaged.
Jan 20 42
f | - lit. exercises ot the Aiaie Department
A ofthe F'oreuce Academy, will com
mence on Monday next, 7th tnst. utmer the
superintendence ot Air. Glorok J. Mc-
Glkskky, who conies well recommended
as an instructer ot youth. The following
will be the rates ot tuition, pot quarter:
Orthography, Reading ami Writing §4 00
do do do with Arithmetic, 500
English Grammar aud Geography, 6 00
Higher English Branches, 8 00
Languages, 10 00
The Female Department will commence
on the same day, under the direction oi
Miss Maroaue'i Hakvkv. Oi Aliss Har
vey’s qualifications the Trustees deem it um
nei essaiy to speak, as hey are too well
known to require any recommendation Ironi
them. The terms ol tuition, will be the
same as state above, and lor
Drawing and Painting. 12 00
Needlework an extra charge of 3 00
Board can be had, for males and females,
tu tite most respectable houses, at reasona
Jam 5 39 BY THE TRUSTEES.
rpHF firm of Rood & Seymour is this
J day dissolved by mutual consent, tlte
business will be settled by either ot the late
A. P. ROOD,
C. B. SEYJJOU*.
Lffutpltiu. filp -l&i T?3?: *4.1