Stnrt> rs Sheriff sales.
"STJ iLu *e 1 1 i.ilore ilie Cojii House
VT door ii UK tow.i ot Lumpkin, Skw
artc.iuiuy, ou rite first TueiJay in AUGUST
next, oetweeu the iuui' hours ot sale, the
totlow uig property, to
Lot of li io.l N<>. 21, in the 21. h district
of originally Lee, now Siewirt comity, tev
*,rJ ou as tlie prop ily ot .1 « nes 11. Harrell
to satisfy a Fi Fa. issued trom Stew.iit su
perior court* in favor ol Benjamin \V r »C«tik,
bearer, an 1 others, vs said Harrell and Jo
siah 11. Keen.
Lot of L to 1, No. 15, in tlie 25th district
of Stewart county, taken as the property of
Stephen tiioyer, to satisfy sundry Fi Fas is
sael-outol a justices court of Stewart e iu.i
tv. ii favor oi Cullen Roberts and others,
vs stid Glover,
.Visa, one negro tna i by the name of Le
vin, lake i as me p.upcr.y ol' William T.
To np.tius, to satisfy a I’t Fa. issued irmn
Ste.v.irt superior court in lavor ol Richard
T. Morrison vs. Litt! on Collin., and Win.
Also, ooc. sorel horse an I on" yoke of ox
en an I cart, 11 .-a as ai • >r > .any ot Robert
Bh 1. :o satisfy a Fi Fa. issued fro i Stewart
su >o ior court, in lavor ol James I’lionuS vs
S lid dill' 1.
Ai.o, fau tint J Kesterson’s interest in
10-s of Li . i Nos. Jl. 03 mi 111. m the 221
til nnc* of St->v art c runty, levied oil t i satis
ly sun Iry Fi Fas. i> s i I Irom a justices
c > lit ii su. It ii ity. in 1 iv*»r ot ‘1 ift a i Par
ker, il u’rx i. i lire nrt.ee of dins Parser,
a- Ma'l. v. I’.i i i* is .1. Ke,.ersoo, Henry
11 - v J
.V so. N>. 1 ,8, at he -24 11 1 district of Stew
ar: co i i;v,,|evie i on as (he property ol .lo'nu
Allen, to satis ,'y s ii If Fi Fas. issued iron
aji.ii c's • i art f Walton comity, i.i tavoi
of V. liresiia.it, and others, vs said .VI
A'sr, the w 'st h i!f -.f L it, No. 166. in t!i«
23 I I stnct of S.e v iri con i y, levied on as
t ti Hii-ny if W.ley '4 Hsey, to satisfy a
Fi F i ss i ■ I fro a >[ ncog*e interior court
ii favor if .St.* viut At F if ii tine, vs said Mas
sey "and P.ieo ihilus Henry.
A!s i. V i. 7 1 a i I l I >. in the 18th di.stiict
of 4 ■ v irt c iituty, levie I ou is the properly
of lli’iert [i tidier, to satisfy sundry Fi Fas
istu ■ I fro n a j istiee s court of Stewart
c ii itv in favor ol' Jan s Jordan and others,
VS tv i'):*rt 11 (teller.
Also, lot No. 73. i:i the 18tli district of
Ste vart county, levied on as the property of
Ksi viel .Me 'licitid, to satisfy sundry Fi.
F is issued fro n a justice’s court oi said
co i uy, in 1 ivor of \V. 11. Butt vs said Mo-
Mich ujl a i I Robert ti itchcr.
Also, No. 153, in the list district of Stew
art county, taken as the prop .Tty ot Abner
A. Langford, to satisfy a Fi Fa issued out
of Stevart sup trior court, in favor of 11. .1.
Crews, for the use of i. B. Pop -, vs said
la ipglord. v
Also, M 10, i.i the 32d district of Stew
art county, taken as the property of Robert
1). Jones, to satisfy a Fi Fa issued out of a
justice's Court of Huston county, in favor
of Daniel B. Rhodes.
Also, No. 181, in the 211 district of said
-county, taken as the property ofGillis Pow
ell, to satisfy sun Iry Fi Fa*, issued out of a
justice’s court of Stewart county, in favor of
Chailes A. Smith, an l others.
Also, No. 43, in the Idf’i district of said
county, taken as the property of William A.
Worthington, to sitisly sundry Fi Fas issu
ed out of a justice’s court of s* aid county,
iii ftvnr of Galhy Mathis, and others, vs
Win. A. Worthington.
Also, a negro boy by the name of Bill, 16
years oiJ, taken as the property of Thomas
Juatree, to satisfy a Fi Fa. issued .out of
Stewart superior court in favor of Julius Q.
Echols vs Thomas Justice and Vilen Bates.
Also, No. 213, in the 25th district ofStew
art county, taken as the property ot' Henry
Spears, to satisfy one Fi Fa issued out of
the inferior court of Talbot county, in favor
of Bailey Do 1 lard vs. John J. Barnes, and
Usury Spears and William Birues, securi
Also. No. 3, in the 22d of Stewart
county, taken as the property of Charles
Dinning to satisfy one Fi Fit. issue I ent of
Stewart superior court, in favor of Wilham
K. Collier, vs Robert Hatcher and Charles
Also. No. 53, in the 18th district of Stew
art county, taken as the property of James
S. Lunsford, to satisfy sundry Fi Fas issued
out of a justice’s cmtrtof Stewart county in
favor of E. E. Crocker and others.
Also, lot of Land No. 1(H in the 13th
Dist. of Stewart county, levied on as the
property of Rich noil J V Bi ic.k. to satisfy
sundry fi fas issued out of a Justices Court
of Stewart county, in favor of John C.
Hamilton, bearer, vs. Richmond A. Black,
principal, and Duncan A. Nicholson, se
curity. Properly pointed out by the secu
rity Levied and returned by a constable.
Also, No 201, in the 23d. District of
Stewart county, taken as the property \of
Is tic Grim°s to satisfy sundry fi fas issued
out of a Justices Court of Stewart county,
in favor of Maso i 11. Bush and others.
M. M. FLEMING, Sheriff.
At the same time an l place, w'l be sold.
Lot N0.*144, in the 1 9th disiri. *. Stewart,
as tip* property of Wiley S. Wit head
tnsatisfy sundrv Fi Fa*. sued an* *’ a jus
tice’* court of > 1 vart county, in f-vor of
George I’. Mai -.'tall and nth rs.
M. M. FLEMING, Sliff
Also will be sold <i* above on the first Tins
* 'day in 'September next.
Lnr v a worn m 28 years old, Arthur a
m m 20 years ol I, Sampson a man. 35 years
o'd. Di i m>, a woman 22 years old, and her
t vo children. Toner, a wo nan 30 years old
Any 12, lack 1 . Afire I 13 years. George a
b>v 13 » ears old. Rose a woman 19 years
oi l. N ith rt a biv 2 years old, Calvin 5
year* old IT'ster 3 year-old Daniel 7 years
*oil, D iye l year ol I, ah 11 eu a* the prop
erly of Robert 111 clou. to satisfy three
M >ft stage ft fas iss io i out of Stewart In
f*ri ir C > i*f. in fiv >r of W Ihard Bavntou,
L'rvsfd B'-y hi, Tomilsou F *t t and Elijah
E. Crjck»r,-Executors of Sa nuel Wil
liami, and ice is*-I v<. Robert Hatcher.
* Also, one boy* by the name of Toney,
-ab > ut 21 years of ag <, one girl, by the
.rntni of Silva, about 18 years of age. t.ll
levie I o'l is tits property of Robert Hatcher
lo'saufv a Mortage fi ft, issued out of Stew
art Interior Court: in tk»or of Turner Co
ley vs. Robert Hatcher.
• M. M. FLEMING, Sheriff.
July 5, 1630.
■ 77-'' a notice:
«.y th» nut tpesoay in septevirr Skxt,
"I¥7 »LL be sold before the Court House
f dpor io fflie Town nf Lumpkin, uo
jer and order of ihe Inferior Court of
Stewart county acting a* a Court ol ordi
nary. Lot of Laud Nrt 171, in the 21st.
district ot aid county, sold for the b mefit
of the he is and xtredpors of Samuel Ep
person, deceased of said county. Terms
toad* known on the day of sale.
k JWIO *7i IW3. Vi Adtn’rx,
Stun ter sheriff sales.
WluL be sold, on the liist Tuesday in
ACGUS’L' next, belore the court
house door in the town of Americas, Sum
ter county, within the usual hours of sale,
the following property, to wit:
Two lots of Land, No*. 141 and 143, in
the 27t1l district of formerly Lee, now Slim
ier county, Jevied on as the jiro|»rrty of Reu
ben I». Pickett,to satisfy one Ft Fa. issued
from Sumter superior court, in favor of Ed
win F. Birdsong, vs. said Pickett ; property
pointed out by the defendant.
Also,one town lot. No. 1, under letter 11.
in the to .hi of Amcricus, Sumter county
containing one hull’ acre, more or less, leviei
on as the property of W illiam S. Ramsey,
to satisfy two Fi Fas issued from a justice’.-
court of Sumter county, in favor of Jo-ral
and Isaac Ogden, vs said Ramsay; property
pointed out hv the plaintiff.
Also, Lot of Laud, No. 102, in the 27th
distri t of formerly Lee now Sumter c« untv, I
levied on as the property of Janies W. Bai
ley, to satisfy one Fi Fa. issued from a justi
ce's court of Sumter county, in favor of
John \V T . Evans, vs. James W. Bailey and
Green M. Wheeler; property pointed out
by Green M. Wheeler.
Also, wdl be soil as abate.
Lot of land, No. 215, in the loili district
of formerly Lee no-.v Sumter county, levied
on is the property of Join Eidson, to sa'isly
oik- Fi Fa from a justice’s eourt of Wilkes
comity, ii» favor of J. A: J. Anderson, vs said
Eidson, levy made and returned ;o me by a
Also, the east halfof lot of land, No. 143,
to the 27th district of formerly Lee now
Sumter county, and live negioes, to wit,
vViillis, a man. 30 years old, Cine, a woman,
5 ) years old, Clarissa, a woman, 30 years
old, Mi somi, a girl, 10 years old, Peggy, a
gfrl. It) years old; alt levied on tts tne prop
erty of Mark M. Brown, to satisfy sundry
Fi Fi* from Sumter Inf. rior court, one ia
favor us Turner Coley vs said Brown maker,
m.I John T. McCrary endorser ; and one in
lavor of James 11. Cox and Carey G. Cox,
vs Maik M. Brown, Michael Madden, and
Richmond 13. Goar, and one in favor of Da
vid Ralston vs Mark M. Brown ; and one in
favor of George Walker v.*. Mark.M. Brown.
JOH N KI.MMEA, Sheriff.
June ’ 0, 18 9.
ALSO, WILL BE SOLD VS ABOVE :
Lot of Land No. 8, in ihe 17th District
of formerly Lee, now Sumter county, levied
on as the property of Da nel Harris to .sat
isfy* one (i fa from a Justices Court of New
ton county in favor of J. It. McNeal vs.
Daniel Harris, levy made and returned to
me by a constable.
Also, Lot of Land No. 281, in the 28th
District of formerly Lee, now Sumter coun
ty, levied oil as the property of John A.
Clayton, to *atis'y one fi fa from a Justices
Court of Walton county, in favor of Cash
Willingham, vs. John A. Clayton, property
pointed out by John Hodges, levy made
and returned to me by a tytns able.
ALo, Lot of Laud No. 139, in the 17th
District of formerly Lee, now Sumter comi
ty, levied oil as the property of James 11.
May. to sati-fy one ft fa from Sumter Su
perior Court, in favor of Asaph R. Hill, vs.
James 11. May and others, Ii fas in favor of
others against said May, property pointed
out by the defendant.
Also. Lot of Land No. 183. in the 17th
District-of formerly Lee, now Sumter coun
tv, levied on as the property of Dotighlas
11. Brown,, to satisfy one ti fa from Sumter
Inferior Court, in favor of George Hunting
ton, <Sc Cos vs. Douglas li. Brown maker
awl Josiah Ogden and Isaac Ogden, endor
sers property pointed out by John C. Sltuf
Also, Lot of Land No 369. in the 28ih
Distinct of formerly Lee, now Sumter coun
ty, levied on as the property of Lacy J.
Simmons to satisfy Sundry fi fas from a
Justices Court of Sumter courrty, in favor
ol Thomas M. Mann, and others against
sai 1 Simmons, levy made and returned to
ma by a constabl/t.
Also, Lot of Land No. 132, in the 27th
District of formerly Lee, now Sumter coun
ty, levied on as the property of James 11.
May, to satisfy sundry fi fas from a Justices
Court of Sumter county, one li fa in fa
vor of M. 'I. Guerry, vs. James H. May,
and the other in favor of others against said
May, property pointed out by the defendant,
levy made and returned to me by a consta
Also, Lot of Land No. 292, in the 271 h
District of formerly Lee, now Sumter
county levie i on as the the property of
Ephraim Rigdon, to satisfy Sundry fi fas
ft »m a Justices Court of sumter county,
io favor of Ishmael Brannnn, vs. Enhrairn
Rigdon, property pointed out by the defend
ant, levy ma io and returned to me by a con
At the same ti ne and place will be sold.
One Grey mare, one Yoke of white and
red brimlle pided Oxen, one sorel blaze face
horse, all levied on as the property of Ad
am 1 lardin, to satisfy one li fa from Sumter
Inferior Court, in favor of John Snelgrove,
vs. A bun Hardin, and other fi fas in favor
‘*f others, vs. said Hardin, property pointed
I .t hv Lott Wn-rpi).
Also, one Bav Itorse, and one Yoke of
white and black pided Oxen, levied
on as the property of Wiley Gilmore to
satisfy one fi fa from Sumter Inferior Court
in favor of Griswold fc Popes, vs. said Gil
more. property pointed out by Lott War
GREEN M. WHEELER. D. Sh’ff.
June 19. 1839 12
~cUA !i f> iTn\S sale'
V|7~I LL be sold on the first Tuesday
i i i \ngust next, between the legal
boors of Sale, before the Court House
b>or at Starksville in Lee County, a lot
ol land lying in said Countv, known as lot
Number Twenty Six  in the second
Distri* t containing two hnndreM two and
a hall  acres, drawn by William 11.
and Sydney Ann Edwards, Illegitimates;
sold for iha benefit of said children.
Terms at the gale.
HENRY W. MASSENOALE,
Wright shorn, May 2.«. 1839. 9
A *!mi si 5kJ raiorVs Na!e.
WILL Ire sold agreeablvto an Older of
the Inferior (\n,rt of Sumter eon ty
"lien siting for ordinary purposes on the,
first Tuesday in August next, between the
usual hours of sale hefore’tlie Court House
door of siad county.
One ocre of Land ip the North East cor
ner of Jot of Land 175,,'m the 27th district of
originally Lee now Sumter county, whereon
William H. Pegg now lives. Also a lot in
the Town of Danville, in Sumter county
No. not recollected. Term* made known
on the day of sale. Sold for the benefit of
the h i s and -creditors of S. M. Pegg, de
WILLIAM PEGG, > . , ,
8 A MURL G. PEGG, v Adm rs *
May 20 1839 7
FOR SALE AT TILTS OFFICE.
Lee sheriff sales.
VIITILL be sola on the first T uesday in
D ALGUrsT next, at the Court House
door in tlie Town of Starksville, within the
usual hours ol sale the following property to
Lot of Land No. 170, in the 12th dist.
of Lee county, levied ou as the property of
•lesse Faust, to salisty a fi la issued from
a Justice Court of Lee county, in favor of
Green Knowles, property pointed out by the
Maintiff, levy made aud returned to tne by
Also. Lots Nos. 3,4, ami 28, in the 12th
district of Lee couu y, levicJ on as the
property of John Lawhon, to satisfy two
ii las issued from the Superio Court of
Lee county, -uid i favor of Effey Dyson,
vs, John Shcrrard principal, and John
Lawhon security and one in favor of 11.
I ones, and J. Bond, Administrators, vs. John
'Lawhon principal and Elijah Tucker.se
curit on appeal.
One bay horse, about six orei;lit years
old, levied on as the property ot Garret'
Oglesby, to satisfy a Ft Fa issued from Mer
iwether superior court, in favor ol John J.
Ridgeway, vs sai l Garrett Oglesby ; proper
ly pointed out by M. Ellis.
Also, Lot of Land, No. 130, in the 16th
di-trictol Lee county, levied on as the pro
perty of Jesse Scarborough, to satisfy a Fi.
Fa issued from the superior court oi Lee
county, in favor of Campbell, Mcßougald
A Harris, vs. said Jesse Scarborough.
Also, the undivided half of Lot No. 217,
in the 12th district of Lee county, levied on
a* tlie property of Paschael J. AYatlev, to
satisfy sundry Fi Fas issued Iroin a justice’s
court of AA’alton county, iti lavor ol Ismac
W. Wooldridge and J unes J. Masten, vs.
staid Paschael J. Watlev; property pointed
oui bv James I. Masteu ; levy made aud re
turned to me by a constable.
ABRAHAM DYSON, Sh’ff.
Ju up. 20, 1839.
Also will he sold I c as aboie.
Lot of Land No. 75, in t'ue 15tli district
of origins.ly Dooly but now Lee county
levied on to satisfy -a fi la is.- ueil from tlie
S perior Court of Lee county, Joseph tala
to vs. John J. Ford, Moses Pipkin, Luki
Je .kins and Benjamin Pearson, (or co-t.
Also, Lot of Laud in the I t. distri t ■
Lee county, No. not known, the plat
«he eon John Cain now lives. Pine Lm<
with a small improvement, Levied on as fin
prop-Tty of sdd John Cain, to sa'i-y
Alias fi fa issued front the Superior C< tirtn
Mo iston county’, in favor ol R chard V
Ru fin, vs. said John Cain. Properly point
ed out by Plaintiff’s Attorney.
D. GOFF, D p. Sheriff.
.T ine 27. 1=439.
A T the Court-house in Baker county,
1 ~3l will be sold on the first Tuesday in
August next, by an order of the Interior
Court of Lee county, tlie following describ
ed Lots of Land, belonging to the estate of
the late Lewis Bond, deceased, all sold for
the benefit of the heirs aud creditors of said,
deceased, and to effect a distribution; a part
of which lots comprise tiie Baker planta
tion.---Sales to continue from day to day un
til the whole is sold. Terms nude known
on tiie day of sale, viz: Lots 317 2d, 214
2d, 187 2d, 137 2d, 136 2d, 145 2d. North
halfof2ls 2d, 186 2(1, 144 2d, 354 2d, 148
2d, 173 2d, 148 2d, 334 2d, 223 2d. 138 2d,
226 2d, 213 2d, and 192 in the 2d District of
Baker, originally Early county ; and also
Lots 186 3d, 183 3d, 205 3d, 234 3d, 137 3d.
113 3d, in the 3d District of Baker, formerly
Early county; and also. Luts 10, 100,21, 66,
and 257, in the seventh district ot Baker,
formerly Early county ; and also. Lots 400
and 197. in tlie 12th district of Baket coun
tv, formerly Early, and also lot 78 iri-the first
district of Baker county, formerly Early.
Also, on the first Tuesday in September
next, will be sold, at Starksville, Lee coun
ty, before the Court-house door, the follow
ing Lots of Land belonging to ttie said de
ceased, and sold for a similar purpose, viz :
216, 200, 217, 214. 168, 230, 166, 199, 202,
185, 56, 184, 203, 141, 215 and 201, in the se
cond district of Lee county, a part of which
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 the first district ol Lee county.
Also, on the first Tuesday in October next,
before the Court-house doer in Irwinton,
Wilkinson county, the following Lots ol
Land, belonging to said deceased, a part of
which comprise the Wilkinson plantation,
sold for a similar purpose, viz.: 211 4*h,
149 23d, 96 4th, 28 4th, 313 4th, 123 4th,
174 4th. 262 3d, 124 4th 25 4th, 26 4th, 29
4th 30 4th. 282 sth, 283 sth, 286 sth, 194
4th. 194 sth, 185 sth, 297 4th. 300 4th, 325
3d, 349 3d, 350 3d, 353 3d, 354 3d,311 14th,
342 14th, 347 4th, 34 sth. 45 sth, 287 sth,
296 4th, 260 sth. 309 4th. 299 4th, 170 4th,
2*9 sth, 196 4th 167 4th, 179 4th, 151 sth,
160 sth, 130 sth, 200 4th, 207 4th, 34 4th,
91 lth, 92 lth, 210 sth, 178 23d, 93 4th, 248
4th, 275 4th. 169 4th, 278 sth, 400 12th,
18 22d. 114 sth, 115 sth, 138 sth, 187 4tli.
92 16th, 272 4th, 252 4th. 263 4th, 280 4th,
249 4th, 247 4th, 231 sth, 231 4th, 233 sth,
237 sth, 2<6 4th. 330 4th. 28 4th, 207 sth,
174 4th, 175 4th, 1684t1i, 208 sth, 326 3d,
211 sth, 182 sth, 46 sth, I*3 3d, 150 23 I,
326 23d, 1 Lot. Nn. not known, sth, 552i
acres: 1 lot in the town of Irwinton, 4 acre;
4 lot in Wilkinson, No. not known, 1014 a
cres; 1 lot No. 36, Taction, 3d, G6J acres;
a part of lot No 90. in the 4th, 20 acres : a
parcel of land 166, 4ill,containing 59 acres;
part of 169, in 4th, containing 70 acres; part
of 206, in sth, enntaing 504 acres; all the
above lots of land lyin' w ia the districts an
nexed to each number.
The said several sales of land to continue
from day to day until the whole is sold.—
Tettns of sale, one third the twenty fifth day
of December next, the balance iu two equal
Adm’rsof Lewis Bond, dec'd.
March 23, 1839 51 eowtf
GU AUDI AN’S SALET"
C GEORGIA, Sumter County.—-Agreea-
F ble to an order of the Honorable In
ferior Court of Sumter county when sitting
for ordinary purposes, will be sold on the
first Tuesday in Angu-4 next, before the
Court House door in Americas.'■h mt* i
conntv, a tract of Land, known as Lot No.
220 in the 30th District of formerly Lee
! now Sumt w county, containing 2024 acres.
Sold for the benefit of John Mathews minor
and John Mathews idiot, Terms on the
day of sale.
MOSES M ATHEWS, Guardian.
Americas May 16,1939 6
"VM7ILL be sold at the Court House door
t T in Cuthbert Randolph county, on the
first Tuesday in October next. Lot of
Land, No; 7, in the 1 Ot i district of former
ly Lee, now Randolph county, the same
being part of the estate of Alexrmler Cur
rethers a Minor orphan, and to be si Id un
der an order of the Inferior Court of the
county of Sumter.
formerly Elizabeth Joiner, Guardiau,
June 25,T839. li
The article published below, concerning
ths new aud popular doctrine advanced by
the illustrious Goelicke, ol Germany, cannot
tail ol exciting a deep aud thrilling interest
throughout our country.
qqq q q q
[Tran.slated from the German .]
LOUIS OffaN GOELICKE,
or l/KKM.t.\ V
THE GREATEST OK HUMAN BEN
Citizens of North an l South America,
riMO Louis Orr*ax Gokucke, M. D. of
JL Germany, Europe belongs the imperish
able honor ol adding anew and precious
doctrine of the Science of Medicine-—a
octriue which, though vehemently opposed
by many of the faculty, [of which he is a
valuable member,] he proves to be well
founded in truth as any doctrine of Holy
AVrit—a doctrine, upon the verity of which
are suspended the lives of millions of our
race, and which he boldly challenges his op
l>osers to relute, viz : Consumption is a dis
ease always occusi >ned by a disordered state
of Vis Vila (or Life P rind pi ) of the human
body: fif’ often secretly Larkins' iu the sys
tem for years before there -s the least o/nplaiut
of tiie Lungs a Ts—-and which may be as cer
tainly, though not so (fuickly cured, as a co n
muncotd or asinj It headache. An invalua
bly prtcieus dietnue this as it imparts an
important lesson to tlie apparently healthy
of botlisexes, tcacliin g them tint this insnl
;ot:s he nay be an,unobserved inmate of
their ‘ clayey houses ’ even while they itna
gine themselves secure fro a its attacks,
teaching them that THE GREAT' SE
CRETIN THE ARTOF PRESERVING
lEALTII IS TO PLUCK OUT 1 THE
DISEASE WHILE in THE BLADE,
AND NOT WAI L 1 TILL THE FULL
GROWN E AR.
T his illustriousoenefactor of tnan is also
entitled toour unfeigned gratitude, and the
gratitude of a world, for the invention ol
his MATCHLESS SANATIVE, —whose
healing fiat may justly claim for it such a
title, since it has so signally mu nplied over
-• nr great com non etit ny ’ff"CONSUMP
TION, both ir the first an I list stages,---a
medicine which has throughly filled the va
num in the Materia Median, and thereby
proved itself the ok PitrSt
f uss,./]!} —a medicine, for which all man
kind will have abundant cause to bless the
beneficent han i of a kind Providence, —a
nediciue whose wondrous virtues have been
so glowingly portrayed even by some of our
lergy, in their pastoral visits to the sick
chamber; by which means they often b*
coinethe happy instriunentsolchanging de
spondency into hope, sickness into health,
and sadness of friends into joylulness.
GOELICKE’S is a medicine ol more value
to man than the vast mines of Austria, or
'•veuthe united reasures of our globe,—a
medicine, which is oh lined equally from
the vegetable, animal and mineral kingdoms,
and tints possesses a tuhee-foid newer,—
a medicine, which thoitgil designed a3 i
remedy for consumption solely, is possess
ed of a mysterious induence over ni mv di*
-*ases of tlie 1 .man system,—a m 'dici** *,
which begines to be val ued by Pay deans ;
w’ j are daily witnessing its astonishing cures
of many whom they had resigned to the
giaspol the InsallvblkGrave.
DDSE of the Sanative, for adults, one
drop; fur children, a h ilf drop; aud for in
ants,a qnarterdrop; the directions explain
ing the manner of taking a halfor a quarter
q q q «3 «5
A eer'ificate from three members of ths
MEDICAL PROFESSION in Germany,
We, the undersigned, practitioners of me
dicine in Germany are well aware that, by
our course, we may forfeit the friendship of
some of the faculty, but not of its benevo
lent members, who are uninfluenced by sel
fish motives. Though we shall refrain Irom
an expression of our opinion, either of the
soundness or unsoundness of Dr. Goelicke’s
new doctrine, we are happy to say that we
teem his Sanative too valu able not to be
generally known—for what our eyes behold
and our ears hear, we must believe.
We hereby state, that when Dr. Louis
Ofi’on Goelicke first came before the German
public, as the pretended discoverer ofa new
doctrine and anew medicine, we held him in
the highest contempt, believing, and openly
pronouncing him to be abase impostor and
the prince Os quacks. But, on hearing so
much said about the Sanative, against it aud
for it, we were induced, from motives of cu
riosity merely*, to make trial of its reputed
virtues upon a number of our most hopeless
patients; and we now deem it our bottnden
duty (even at the expense of our self inter
est) publicly to acknowledge its efficacy in
curing not only consuinotion, but other fear
ful maladies, which we have heretofore be
lieved to be incurable. Our contempt for
the discoverer of this medicine was at once
swallowed up in our utter astonishment at
theve tinexoected results; and, as amends
for •>! r abu e of him, we do frankly confess
to the world, that we believe him a philan
thropist, who does honor to the profession,
and to ourcouttts v, which gave him birth.
The recent adoption of tnis medicine into
some of our European hospitals is a sufifi
ent gnarantythat it performs nil it* promises.
It needed not our testimony for wherever it
is used * is its own best witness.
HERMAN ETMULLF v, M. D.
WALTER VAN GAULT, M. D.
ADOLPHUS WERNER, M D.
Germany, December 10,1838.
b b b b b hi
Post Office Chaplin, Windham, Cos, Con.
July 20, 1838.
Sir —A most wonderful cure has lately
been effected, through the vi*->ues of Dr. Go
elick’s Sanative, in the case of an elderly
gentleman, who was far gsne and wasted a wav
in CONSUMPTION, and considered
PAST RECOVKRY '? Y HIS F A HI L Y
PIIYSICAN. He is naw coin taraiively
speaking, a WELL MAN. 1 saw hi n
myselfn few days since, in company with’his
wife starling on a journey to the western
part of this State. He ascribes his escape
Irom the very jaws of death, and his recov
ery to health solely to the astonishing vir
tues of the Matchless Sanative, lie is a
man possessing a snug property, but, says
be. “I WOULD WILLINGLY PAY
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR A
SINGLE BOTTLE OF IT, IF I COULD
NOT PL V HASH IT FOR A LESS
PRICE. To him b«* Sanative is above all
value. WATER GOODE LL. P. M.
The above Medicine for sale, by
THOMAS GARDNER, Agent.
Florence-, Jan 26
THE GOOD SAMARITAN.
A LL nations, from the remotest ages,
have had ships, but Columbus only
louud out the way to America, lietore the
time of the great Spanish navigator people
w ere only eimbled lo paddle about the shows.
J’ist so with tlie Lite Medicines. It is hut
two short years since 1 first ventured upon
an unknown ocean, and 1 have discovered
the precious objict l was in search of—
HEALTH. Vegetable medicines were in
deed known when 1 commenced my search,
but their use was not. By the use ot ti cm,
I have not ouiy passed Irom the dejected
mvali J, to the hale hearty and active man of
business, but comparatively speaking, I hare
renewed my youth. 1 can thus, with (lonli
dence in my own experience, advise with
my fellow-citizens. Does the reader want
proof that the V EGETABLE LIFE ME
DICINES are suitable to hit own case ? 1
h ive on file at my office, 367 Broadway, liiin-
JreJs of letters, from some of the most re
spectable citizens of this my native land,
voluntarily offered iu testimony of the vir
tues of A GOOD VEGETABLE MED
Persons whose constitutions have been
nearly ruined by the “all infallible” mineral
preparations of the day, will bear me witness,
that the Life Medicines, and such only, arc
the true course to permanent good health.
GENERAL REMARKS RELATIVE
TO MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND
These medicines have long been known
anJ 4 appreciated, for their extraordinary and
immediate powers of restoring perfect health
to persous suffering u der nearly every kind
of disease to which the humau frame is liable
In many hundreds of certificated instances
they have even rescued sufferers from the
very verge #>f an untimely grave, after all
tlie deceptive nostrums of tiie day had utterly
tailed; aud to many thousands the have
permanently secured that uniform enjoy
ment of health, without which life itself i*
but a partial blessing. So great, indeed,
has their efficacy invariably and infallibly
proved that it has appeared scarcely less
than miraculous to those who were unac
q tainted with «lie beautifully philosophical
principles upon which they are compoun
ded, and upon which they consequently
act. It was to their manifest and sensible
action in purifying the springs and channels
of lile, and enduing them with renewed tone
and vigor, that they were indebted for tiieir
name, which was bestowed upon them at the
spontaneous request of several individuals
whose lives they had obviously saved.
The proprietor rejoices in the opportuni
ty affotde.l by the universal diffusion of the
uaily press for placeiug his VEGETABLE
LIFE PILLS within the knowledge and
reach ofevery individual ill the community.
Unlike the host of pernicious quackeries,
which boast of vegetable ingredients, the
Life Pills are purely and solely vegetable,
and contain neither Mercury, Antimony,
Arsuic, nor any mineral whatever. They are
entirely composed of extracts from rare and
powerful plants, the virtues of which, though
long known to several Indian tribes, and re
cently to some eminent pharmaceatical
eliethists, are altogether unknown to the ig
norant pretenders to medical sei use; and
were never before administered in so happi
ly e ficacious a combination.
Their first operation is to loosen from the
coats of the stomach and bowels, the various
impurities and crudities constantly setiing a
roundthem; and to remove the hardened
fteces which collect in the convolutions of the
small intestines. Other medicines only par
ti illy cleanse these, and leave such collected
masses behind, as to produce habitual cos
tiveness with atl its train of evils, or sud
deudiarrhuea, with its imminent dangers.—
Fliis fact is well known to all regular anat
omists, who examine the human bowels af
ter death ; and hence the prejudice of these
we 1 informed men against the quack medi
cines ofthe age. The second effect of tlie
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS is to cleanse
the kidneys ane the bladder, and by this
means, the liver and the lungs, the healthful
action of which enti ely depends upon the
regularity of the urinary organs. The
blood, which takes its red color from the
agency ofthe liver and the lungs before it
p isses into the heart, being thus purified by
them, and nourished by food coming from
a clean stomach, courses freely through the
veins, renews every part of the system, and
triumphantly mounts the banner of healthy
in the blooming cheek.
The following are among the distressing
variety of human diseases, to which the Ve
getable Life Pills are well known to be in
- fallible *—*
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing
the first and second stomachs, and creating
a flow or of pure healthy bile, instead of
the stale and acrid kind:— Flatulency, Pal
pitation of the Heart Loss of appetite, Heart
burn and Head-ache, Restlessness, lid-temper,
Anxiety Languor, and M'lanchoily, which
are. the general svmtnms of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural consequence ol its cure.
Costicencss, by cleansing the whole length
of the intestines with a solvent process and
without violence; all violent purges leave the
bowels costive within two days, Dia hsei
and Cholera, by removing the sharp acrid
fluids by which these complaints are occa
sioned, and by promoting the lucrative se
cretion of the mucas membrane Fevers of
all kinds by restoring the blood to a reg
ular circulation, through the process o per
spiration in some cases, and the thorough
solution of ail intestinal obstructions in oth
ers. The LIFE PILLS have been known
to cure Rheumatism permanently in three
weeks, atrl Gout in half that lime, by remov
ing local inflammation from the muscles,
and ligaments of the joints. Dropsies of all
kinds, by freeing and strengthening the kid
neys and bladder ; they operate most de
lightfully on these important organs and
hence have ever been found a certain remedy
for the worst cases of Gravel. Also, Worms,
by dislodging from the turnings of the bow
els the slimy matter to which these crea
tures adhere; Asthma and consumption, by
relieving the air vessels of the lungs from
the mucus, which even slight colds will
eccason,which if not removed becomes har
dened. and produces those dreadful diseas
es. Scurvey, Ulcers, and Inrcrtcrate Sores,
bv the perfect purity which these Life Pills
give to the blood, and all the humors;
Scorbutic Fruphons, anil, Bad Complexions,
by their alterative effect upon the fluids that
feed the skin, the morbid state of which oc
casions all Eruptive complaints, Salow, Clou
dy and other disagreeable Complexions.
’Phe us<* of these Pills for a very short time,
will effect an entire cure of Salt rheum.
Erysipelas, and a striking improvement in
the Clearness of the skin. Common Colds and
Influenza will always be cured by one dose,
or by two. even in the worst cases. Piles,
—a* a remedy for this most distressing
and obstinate malady, the Vegetable Life
Pills deserve a distinct and emphatic, re
commendation. It is wjl known to hun
dreds in this city, that tha o
these invaluable Pills, was himself afllic,.
td with this complaint lor upwards ol t/./V*
ty-five years, and that he tried in vain lor "
remedy prescribed within the whole cm,,,
pass ot the Materia Mtdica. lj t however
at length, tried the n ediome which fi, LlJ ~
offers to the public and l,e was cured in
very sl.orl time, alter his recovery had been
pronounced not only improbable, but aHo
luteiy imposible by any human means
direction for l^e.—'ihe i> r ,
pne-or of the A egetable Life Pills docs i ot
lo low the base and mercenary practice
the quacks ot the day, in advising ?c rio nl
■ o take his Pills in large quantities. No
good medicine can possibly be so required
1 hese Pills are lohe taken at bed time everv
night, lor a wtik or lonuight, accoidiu- to
the obstinacy of the disease, ’ihe usua
dose is from 2 to 5, according to the cousti
tution oi the person. Veiy delicate i )cr
sons should begin with but two. aud in
• reaseas the nature of the case may requin*.
hose more robust, or of ve y costive habif
nay begin with 3, and increase to 4 or even
> I ills, and they will effect a sufficiently
nappy change to guide the patient iu their
Umber use. These Pills sometimes occa
■uun sickness and vomiting though very set
Jom unless the stomach ,s very foul / ,h *
however may he considered a favorable J,,
ptom. as the patient will find himself .
once relieved ~,,11,, ~
*'“*"• lo|icrnve 1 o|icrnve ,hC
1° , h ° UrS aC<l ,ievcr give pain, unless
ihe bowels are very much encumbered.—
icy may be taken by the most delicate fe
males under any cacumstames It
ever recommended, that those in later ie"
nods ol pregnancy should lake, but one at a
time, and thus continue to keep the bowels
open, and even two may be taken w here the
pattern » very costive. One pill in a Zt
non ol two table spoons full ol water mav
)e given to an infant in the followim* dose's
-a tea spoon full every two hours till it op
erates , lor a child from one to five years of
age, hall a pill—and Irom live to ten, one
IHI. PHCENIX BITTERS, are so cal
led, because they possess the povv. rof re
-toiing the expiring embers of health to i
glowing vigor throughout the constitution,
as the hoemx is said to he resto cd to life
Irom the ashes of its own dissolution. The
hoemx Litters ale cn,irc, J vegetable, com
posed ol roots ton ml only in certain parts of
the western country, which will in fallibly
eure f EVERS AND AGUES of all kinds
le, “nfM 31 C ‘- a< i lCa,e enlile, J “I* tlie ef
etts ol Mercury, infinitely sooner than the
-os. powerful preparations of Sarsaparilla
< "ill immediately eure the detenu nation
o. BLOOD TO THE HEAD;, Si
tie t sickness incident to young females: ml will
he found a certain remedy in all cases of net
rows debility and weakness of the most im
paired constitutions. Asa remedy for thro
rucand fnjla minatory Rheumatism the elfca
cy ol the I hoeiiix Bittcis will Le demonstra
ted by the use of a single bottle. The usu
al dose ol these bitters is half a wine Hass
"II- "« water or wine, and this quantity may
)e taken two or three time a day, about h df
an hour belore meals, or a less quantity may
h« taken nail times. To iVse "ho am
afflicted wit,i indigestion after meals, these
Bitters will prove in valuable, as they vsry
■treaty increase the action ofthe principal
viscera, help them to perform their ftme
[mns and enable the stoma, h to discharge
into the bowels whatever is oflensivp. Thus
indigestion is easily and speedily remuvid
appetite restored and the mouths ofthe ab
sorbent vessels being edeased nutrition is fu
oitiinted, and strength of body and energy
ot mind are the happy insults. For farther
particulars ol MOFFAT'S EIFF Pi I Is
and PIKENIX BITTERS, apply at Mr!
Tolfat’soffice No 367 Broadway, New York
where tlie Pills can be obtained for 25 cent
oO cents,or .>1 per box ; and the Bitters fc 4
“ ‘ or parboil le. certifi
cates ol the wonderful efficacy of both, may
be there inspected. *
Jn some obstinate and complicated cases
oj chronic and inflammatory Rheumatism,
Liver Complaints, Fever and Ague, Dy spep
sia, Palsy, Pilis, injuries from the use. of
mercury, t/uniinr, and other diseases of long
stand mg it may be found necessary to take
both the Life I’d.s »„d the Phoenix Bit,
,e 'ixr "i * * (,OSPS recommended.
• These Pills and the Bitters will
get all mercury out of the system infinitely
taster than the best preparations of Sarsapa
nlln and are a certain remedy fur the rush «
t"g Os hlood to the head or nil violent head
aches, he doulcuievx, Arc All persons who
tiro predisposed to appoplexy, palsy, Ac.,
should never be without the'Life Pills or
j’V 3 Fitters for one dose in time will save
!‘, . ] ’ llp y equalize the circulation of tlm
olontf, draw all pressure from the head, re
store p*r.spirat.„n and throw off every in.pu.
rity by the pores of the skin.
I lie above medicine for sale by
THOMAS GARDNER, Agent.
April 1. lA'pt 5;
(iJIOI£GJA— Lee County.
Wliliain I!. May, applies
* * to ine lor Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Daniel A. Carrington
1 hese are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
ol said deceased, to be and appear at my
ottice within the time prescribed by Law,
to show cause if any they have, why said
Letters should not be granted.
fiiven under my hand at office, this the
20th day of June 1839.
SAML C. WVCFIE, c. c. o.
E MONTHS alter date ap] licatiou
_ will be made to the Hon. Inferior Court
ol Sumter county, when setting for ordinary
purposes for leave to sell the real estate id
Alexander Currethers a minor.
ELIZABETH JOINER, GuarJhm.
Americus Ga. May 20, 1839. 7
Months after date application
will he made to the Honorable ilic
Justices of the Inferior Court of Stewart
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes;
for leave to sell tlit. land belonging to the
estate of Albert IT. Shepherd, deceased.
JAMES M SMVTII. Atlm'r.
ANN E. SHEPHERD, Adn’rx
Mav 14 1839 S 4 m
IP OUR MONTHS alter date, application
will be made to the honorable, the in
ferior court of Sumter county, when sitting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the
real estate of Uriah Fuller, laic deceased,
of said county.
WALTON W. FULLER, Adm’r.
Mav IV, 18’*9. 10
■ pOUK months alter date, application will
Abe made to the honorable Inferior court
of Burke county, when sitting for ordinary
purposes, for leave to sell Francis, and her
two children. Bill and Mariah, belonging ,0
the estate of H. Mnund. deceased, for
the benefit of the creditors solely.
WILLIAM W. MAUND.
June 26,1839 15 Adm’r.
JUNIUS JORDAN, is the legally au
thorised Agent of Rood tc Tahuau,
during niy absence from the Sratc.
July 19. J 4 4t A y- RQODs