Stnre ri S/u rift' sales.
\\l >e » I i»i orr me Ouuii House
y\ diHir 11 t»- .*» io< L'».npki». S»t>-v»-
„rte,.i Tuesday wSfcPl’ii-'l.
ii -1 t text, i tijeusu, *iuurs o* >*iio
lie ili.v.tig property. to • : »
t. >. *l' LuJ No 100. and ihe Last halt
rt Ni 11 1, in n>e ~-•< distit-l ut Snwart
« . i itv, taken as l ie pro petty ol Johu .-I.
TANARUS« i ‘r. to s iiisijr one it la issued o.it ot
t>.perior Court, in tav.ir ot Jesse
Job so i, v,. sail fi-riter.
Also, Nu. ll> tut.f 2i*l Dtst. of fc.ew
art man v, tise t m 1 ■’ l’* J erty ot AV il
ium p U uvi ', t> s ti.sfy su i.try it ! i-sue.l
f, ~ii 10-oice co.it lot lii-i t c«*ii. t>, Sijieu-
C er tieDy iai .>th rs « .s-nlii n i-.
V s», 1 vo ( iris of No 8 j i.i mo 19tit
]■)., >f Ste v irt county, taken a* th - prop
tri, Jess* St.liter, to satisfy smi.ff* ll 1 is
;. s ~ i ,i if ,i UisUoe cn nt >t iJ.itts coun
ty, ii taVui ot Lin >fa -'1 ’c lilJ D’> vi * SJ *
Bit* ni t. „, r
Also. Nos 7J an.l 73, tnthe jal Ist. of
St ‘v tri coti ity, it sen as the property ol
Binding W. Siaix. t>> sao-dy a ft It issue 1
« u of me l tferior court of € dumbia
minty. i't favor »f N itit i.i I R.«g.m, vs.
t’.i.v!i*i ' vV. Si.tr, mi Fun I’. A lest.
* SC*V i 1 lot, Liltiflp
ki i, lyi.is wjst of .f. J. Lmi «r, as to *
pro nrty’of S t.n iil Tompxiu-tlo saMid'y
s, in.lr"ii fas is tit I oat of a Ju-tice court of
Sio-eaVt cosj. it v ii favor ut f’.rirlt.ui Perry,
vs. VV. P. iLim.iki u a.H simnel Tomp
Als >, No. 195. in the 18:h Dist. of ,vew
art county taken as the property of Hubert
]> r.l. to satisfy sun iry fi fa* issued out ol a
.1 tistico court of Stewart county in lavur ot
A. Beaciuin anil ot e.s.
\'so, No 11G, in the 10th (list, of Stewart
ty, taken as the property of Blount Trout
man, to satisfy sundry fi f.n issued out ol a
J istic-3 can't 'f Stewart county in tavor ol
Ja Ly»n and others.
Ni. 77. in tin -Ist Dist. of Stewart
ca intv, taken as tht property of E. W tters
tis ,;isy sit i lrv ft sis issued aattt of a Justice
«• mrlof Stewart eoaatv in favor of Bedtng
field & Rockwell m lathers vs. said Waters.
M. M. FLEMMING, Sheriff.
M iRTGAGE SALES.
’sj will It**' sold as above no the Jirsl 1 ucs
d ty in September next,
y n worn in 26 years old, Arthur a
ti •»,) years old, Sampson a til an, 3o years
H i | s I), iini, a woman 32 years ol 1, and her
two children. Ten tr, a worn in 3 ) years old,
Any 1-’, Jack 1% \lfred 13 years, George a
b>y 13 wears old, It iso a worn in l'J years
oil Nathan a bov 2 years old, Calvin 5
V M rs old. I taster 3 years old. Daniel 7 years
| t Oi/o 1 year ol I. all taken as the prop
erty of Hubert Hatcher, to sttisfy tliree
M irtgagi lifts issu'd out of Stewart ln-
Jri iart, in fivur of Willtard Bovnton,
Loverd Bryan, rontilsou Fort and Elijah
E. Croaker, Etecufnrs of Samuel Wil
liams, deceased, vs. Rnhsrt Hatcher^
Also, one boy by the name of Toney,
about 21 years of age, one girl, by the
name of Silva, about 15 yens of age, N l|
levi ‘ 1 oil as the property of Hobart 1 1 iteh n r,
to satifv a M irtage ti fa, issue 1 oat of Stew
art Inferior Court, in favor of Turner Co
lev vs. Robert Hatch v.
3 ,\I. .U. ELE.MfNG. Sheritr.
fvsc S’i-riiT S ih'H.
WiLli be sold, on tin fi st Tuesday in
SEPTEMBER n x , at the court
h ia,c do >r til tile town ot Stirksville, with
in tli s usual hours of sale, the following pro
perty. to wit :
Eiva negroes, to wit, Frank, a man, about
39 or 35 years of age. B > », a man, about 22
years ol L Tor I m, a til m, about 3 ) years nld,
Fayette, a boy about 13 years old and E i/,a,
a woman about 39 or 33 years m l; one btv
horse and one mare, a standing crop ol 13 >
acres in cotton more or I • e- - , an I 7.3 acres in
corn, more or less, ail lour lots ol L to I,
Nos. no’ known, in tiio 3d district ol Leu
county, with about 2)3 a-res cleared land
tb? place formerly occupied by Robert D.
liespe-s, decease I.
Also. Lot of La ii, No 217. in the 3d dis
til-.tot' Lee, county, levied o:i as the pro
perty if Ein 1.1 1 Jones, to satisfy aFi Fa
is.su ■lfr > ii jus ie *’s court of Elbert coun
ty, m favor of la kv E. Nash, property
•J.,', ite l a uoy W n. I. Cr i-vlbr I. levy made
a > r 'tur in i to me bv a const i de.
, L o, L its of La .I, N >s. 2 14, 212, 212,
21 j.i121 >< i tbo loth I.sirict of origin tdy
D,> *tll v I, 'c ■ mu v. Icvi ■ ! in is ,h. pro
ps, iy of £,» us P rker, to s itisly two Fi F is
',. , I 1:i the superi >r c >'trt of Lee cou 1
tv, i favor of Jmo ill vis and Li nry V.
King vs «»i I Z ' ins Parker.
L >' of Li id, No. 168. in thi 14(It dis
tnct of L “> coa oty, aml Lot No 157 i o t'ie
I2t'i (bstrict of Le ■ co'i.itv. levied on as the
property of John M- Carrol, to satisfy three
Fi F is. iss ie I fro n a justice's court of
W Ivmsoo c ut i»v. iu favor of Saoinel B all
<vs s i IJo ii l'J it , 01, property pointed out
by n i iif.is or i *.y ; levy iu tdo mi l rctur i
e I to ti: bv a co istable.
Lot N'o. 19, ia tiie tow l of Sta’l.svillp,
levied on as the property of Wtlliar M.
T it *, to satisfy sun I y Fi. Fas. issued from
a justice’s court ot Lee county, iu fivor oi
Fis ii Tis it, vs. sai I W.lli tin M. Tate ami
T>uc Tisu i, 1 -vy in ide and returned to me
by n co iita'uie.
A. DY3QN, Sheriff.
Jhlv 18.1839. 16
Siufrr floroner s salr.
WILL be soi l oil the first Tuesday iu
SEPTE ilßEi'v next, at the court
house do >r in tlte town of Atnericus, withiu
the usual hours of sale, the following pro
perty, to wit:
Tin* .vesthtlfof Lot of Land, No. 146.
in the 27tii district originally Lee, bu' now
Su .iter county, levied on as the property ol
John T. McCrary, property pointed out by
E. R. Bio.vn.
Also, the south half of lot ofland No 175,
also, lot No. 234, in the 16th district origin
ally L-e'nit now Sumter county, levied on
as the property of John \V. Cowart, proper
ty puinted out Hy John T. McCrary, all le
vied on to satisfy a Fi Fa fro n Sutnt -r su
periorcourt in favor of Lovet B. Smith, vs
Jo’u Ki nrt v. 'riiomas T. Evans. Isa*.:
M • Chary, John \V. Cowart, Jolt a T Mc
t rary and Adam Hardin, principals, and
D* upsey J. Justice, security.
Also, the south half of lot of Land No.
170, in the 27th district of said county, le
vied on as the property of John W. Cowart,
to sotid’y a Fi Fa from Sumter superior
court in favor of the Central B ink of Geor
gia vs John Kimmey, Thomas G. Cowart
and John W. Cowart.
Also, one ox wagon a id two grey horses,
levied on as the property of John Kimmey.
to satisfy a Fi Fa. from Sumter superior
ro irt, io fav ir of tdirarn B. Troutman, vs
John Kim ney, pointed out by C. li. Stron *,
att’y at law.
. WILLIAM* B. THOM'S,
iKily 22 mark. Coroner.
‘ Ain ilk -*crls,
FDR SAuE AP JFFHJiiJ.
Sumter sheriff sales.
\\”t lI.L, be sold, on me first iue*day iu
y T biat'l L.MBErt next, b.fore Hie
touit li.iuteiluoi in ( e lowu oi Aiiiericns,
a..m r county, within me usual horns ot
sale, the l.il.owi.ig property, to wst :
Lot of L i . I. No. ojj, ut the 28tli dis
trict ut’ foniKuly Lee, now Sumter county,
le ie i on as the property of Ephraim Kig
d n, to satisfy spu try Fi Fas from a justice’s
court oi Si.iiuStr con, ty,*iu tavor Ot Isllllla
cl il ran iron I Kiguotl, prupertv pointed
out by the ili?ftmd.mt, evy nude and return
ed to ni> by a Constable.
One town lot m toe town of Americas, No
not Utowu, it being the hit whereon Horace
K. Lh.iknis now hves, levied on as the pro
per vol !s u :ie \V. Fuller, to sal-sly one Ft
Fa rom aj istice's court of Sumter county,
ui favor of Jesse ll.urisvs -A i ham C. Heed
and 1 ;.iac W- Fuller, property pointed out
by E. 11. Brown, lew r ade and returned to
lire by a constable i
' G SEEN ,M. WHEELER,
July 20. 1839. I> j» Sh’lT.
ol.'so, wi'l be ni l irs aht ,<\
L it of Land No. 84, in tiie2f)th district
of formerly Lee, no w Sumter county, levied
on as the property of William Clark, to sa f
isfv one Ki Fa from Sumter superior court,
in favor of Oimr'e.s Murpliey vs. Joseph
ll.rghe* and \ViHi itn Clark, principals, an I
Hands Clark security on the stay of execu
tion, property pointed out by Joseph Hughes
and Harris Clark.
Also, Lot of Land. No. 201, in the 17th
dis tie* of firmei ly Lee now Shunter coun
ty, and one roan horse, levied on as the pro
perly of Thmiias Mills, to satisfy sunjlrv Fi
Fas from Sumter superior court, one Fi Fa
in favor of Davis Smith vs Thomas Mills
and 1- iac McCrary, one Fi Fa in favor ot
Elizabeth Hreeu vs. Thomas Mills, one in
favor of Wright Brady, vs. Thomas Mills
and Late McCrary, property pointed out by
Oita lot of land. No. not known, whereon
Robert Salter and his son' Richard Salter
now lives, lying in the 2Sth district ot for
merly L"c now Su.liter county, levied on as
the property of Robert Salter and Richard
Salter, to satisfy three Fi Fas from a justi
ce's cnuit of Sumter county, -in lavur ot U
riel T. Farmer, one Fi Fa against Hubert
Salter, one against Robert Salter arid Benja
min I. Sanford, one again t Richard Salter;
property pointed out by Uriel T. Farmer,
levy made and returned to tne by a constable.
JJIJN TIN EH, D. Sli’lf.
July 20, 1839.
Aduiini drators’ Sale.
ON the first Tuesday in September next,
will be sold, at Starksviile, 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. 163,230, 186,199, 202.,
183, .56, 184, 203, 1 11, 215 and 201", in the se
cond district of f.ee county, a part of which
I its comprise that valuable plantation known
as the Fowl-town settlements and also lot
213 in thi- third, and the north half of lot
217 rn the fir.t Istrict of Lee county.
Also, on the first Tuesday in October next,
before the Court-house door in Irtvinton,
Wilkinson county, the following Lots of
Laud belonging to said deceased, a part of
which comprise the Wilkinson plantation,
oil for a similar purpose, viz: 214 4’h,
14 ) 23d. 96 4th. 23 I tit. 313 4th, 123 4th,
171 Ith. 262 3(1, 121 4th 25 Ith, 26 4th, 29
lth 30 4th. 282 sth. 2*3 sth, 236 sth, 194
4*h, I*l sth, 185 sth, 297 4th, 300 4th. 335
3d, 319 3d, 330 3d, '5.3 3d, 354 3(1,311 14th,
343 14th, 347 4th, 34 sth, 45 sth;- 2H7 sth,
296 Ith, 280 sth. 309 lth. 299 4th, 170 4th,
27 ) sth, 106 4th IG7 4th, 179 4th, 1515th,
160 sth, 130 sth, 288 4th, 207 4th, 94 4th,
91 4t!>, 93 4th, 210 sth, 178 23d, 93 4th, 248
4th, 275 4th. 169 4th, 278 srli, 400 12th,
18 22 1. Il l 3th, 115 sth, 133 sth, 187 4to.
92 16th, 272 4th, 252 4th. 233 lth, 280 4th,
249 Mil, 217 4th. 231 sth. 231 4th, 233 sth.
237 stlx, 216 lth. 330 4th. 28 4th, 207 sth,
174 4th, 175 4th, 1684th. 208 sth, 326 31,
211 sth, 182 sth, 4‘J sth, 159 3d. 159 23 1.
326 '3 I, 1 Lot, N'n. not known, sth. 552 j
teres ; 1 lot in the town of Irwinton, 4 acre ;
A lot iu Wilki uso’i. No. not known, TOT. 4a
eres; 1 lot No. 36, Taction, 3d, 66} aces;
a part of I )t No 99. in tins 4th, 20 acres : a
parcel of land 166, 4th, containing 53 acres;
part of 169, in 4th, containing 70 acres; part
ol 206, iu sth. eoutainv 50J acres: fl| ttu>
above "hits oi" 'and lyin ’ 5 iu the districts an
nexed to each number.
The si: I several sales of land to continue
from day to day until the whole is sold.—
'Perms of sale, one third the twenty fifth day
of December next, tin. balance in two-equal
Ad n'rs oT Lewis B mil, dec’ll.
March 23, 1839 51 eowtf
WiL , be sold at the Court House door
in Cutlihert Randolph county, on the
first Tuesday in October next. Lot of
I,and, No. 7. in the lOt district of former
ly Lee, now Ri i lulp i county, the same
being part of t k» e-tate of Alexander Car
rethers a Minor orphan, ami to be si Id tin
dor ao order of tho inferior Court of the
county ol Sumter.
formerly Eli/.abet i Joiner, Guardian.
June 25, 1869. 12
ON Tltfi FIRST TUESDAY IX SEFTKVIBR IH:XT,
9 \/ ILL Iu; soi l before the Court House
v door in the Town of Lumpkin, tia
mr and order of ths Inferior Court of
Stewart c >u:ity acting as a Court ol ordi
nary. I, i of Land No. 171, in the 21st.
district ot aid county, sold for tlte benefit
of the lie rs and creditors of Samuel fin
person, deceased *»f said comity. Terms
made known on the day of sale.
MAR GAll E T EPPERSON,
Jane 27. 1839, 12 Adtn’rx.
Ge trg>a —Sumter County.
WHERE AS, Clarissa McCarter applies
to >i e lor letters of Administration
on the estate ol Johaß. McCarter, deceas
This is. therefore, to cite an I admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
said deceased, to he and appear at my office,
witbiu ;iie rime, prescribed bv law. to shew
cau»<'. ii' any they have, why said letters
should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office, this 2d
day of July, 1839 16
EDMUND NUNN. c. c. o. *
PFIFIE Subscriber will sell the following
-I- lots of Lind low lor cash :
No. 413 2j Early county.
408 28 do
383 26 do
241 23 do
Any nerson wishing cither of the above
lots will write me by mail, direct to Pit
.•ian h, Monroe county, Georgia.
July 4 is 31 ’ JOHN PITMAN.
For Sale, ~~
A FINE saddle and Harness HORSE,
tX Apply n> H. 11. BARROW*.
rrt|lE following details ol a Scb« me of a
I Lottery, to he drawn ill December next
warrant* us in dec la t ing it to be L N BALA L
LELED in the history of Lotteries, l'lxl-
ZKS, to the MMoum hate near before been
offered to the public. It is true, there are
many blanks, but on the other hand, the ex
tremely low chatgv of 820 per Ticket —the
value and number of tht capitals, and the re
viva'of the good old custom of \V AUKAN-
T'NGTHAT EVERY BRIZE SHALL
BE DRAWN AND SOLD, will, we are
sure, give universal satisfaction, and espe
cially to the Six Hundred Brize Holders.
To ttiose disposed to adventure, we re
commend early application being made t i
tis for tickets —when the Brize* are all sold
blanks ouiy remain---the first buyeis have
•to best chanc". We therefore, emphati
cally say--I)ELAY NOT! but at once re
mit and transmit to us your orders, which
shall always receive our immediate attention.
Letters to be addressed, and applications
SYLVESTER A C<>.
156, Broadway, New \
(t j** Observe the No. 156.
SIX BRIBES OF
TWO PRIZES OF
THREE PRIZES OF
GRAND RK A L F.STATE AND RANK
STOCK LOTTERY OF PROPERTY
SITUATED IN N. ORLEANS.
•X? 3 The Richest and most magnificent
Scheme ever presented to 'lie p'ubllc in this
oe aim other country.
rs eat: ts o.vie i* $ r.
Authorized by an act of the Left
i.slat ire Assembly of Florida ,
and under the direction of the
Commissioners acting under the
TO BE DRAWN \T J ACKSONVILLE,
FLORIDA, DEC. 1,1839.
SCHMIDT Sf HA MIL TOS, Managers.
SY L V K STE R Ac' ’o, 156, B R() AI) WAY
NEW YORK, SOLE AGENTS.
HO COMBINATIIN NUMBERS !!
The (Reds-of the Property, and the Stock
transferred in trust to the Commissioners
appointed by the said Act of ihe Legisla
ture of Florida, for the security of the
SPLKNPIO SCHEME !
1 Prize. THE ARC A DE, 286 feet
5 inches, 4 lines, on Magazine
street; 101 feet, 11 inches, on
Natchez.street; 106 feet, 6 inches
Oil Gravierstreet. Routed at a
hout $37,001) per annum. Val-
ued at $700,000
1 Prize. CITY HOTEL. 102 feet
on Common street; 146 feet 6in
ciies. on Camp street. Rented
nt $25,000. Valued m 500,000
1 Prize. DWELLING HOUSE,
(adjoining the Arcade.) No. 16,
24 feet 7 inches, front on Natch
ez street. Rented at 1200. Val
ued at 20.000
1 Prize do. Adjoining the Arcade,
No. 18, 23 feet front, on Natch
ez street. Rented at $1200.---
1- Prize do. Adjoining t' e Arcade,
No. 20,23 feet front, on Natchez
street. Rented at SI2OO. Val
ued at 20,000
1 Prize do. No. 23, North east
corner of Basin and Custom
house street, 40 feet trout on Ba
sin, arid 40 feet on Frank lin st.
by 127 feet deep in Custom house
street. Rented at SISOO. Val
1 Prize do. No. 24, South-west
corner of Basin and Custom
house st ; 32 s ec t 7 in. on Basin,
32 feet 7ineheson Franklin, 127
feet inches deep, in fro it of
Custom house street. Rented
at SISOO Valued at 20,000
1 Prize do. No. 3.39, 21 feet, R in- ~
ch- son Royal street, by 137 feet
11 inches deep. Rented at SIOOO.
Valu 'd at 15,000
1 Prize, g.,0 sharcs, Canalßank stock
100 each, 25,000
1 Prize do. 200 do. Cos nmercial do.
SIOO each, 20,000
1 Prize do. 150 do. Mechanics’, &
Traders'sloo each. ‘ 15,000
1 Prize do. 100 do. City Bank,
SIOO each, 10,090
1 Prize 100 do do do do do 10.000
1 Prize 100 do do do do do 10,000
1 Pnze 50 do Exch uige Bank,
SIOO each, 5,00*0
1 Prize 50 do do do SIOO each, 5.000
1 Prize 25 do Gas Light Bank, SIOO
e;ull ’ 2,500
1 Prize 25 do do do do do 2,500
1 Prize 15 do Mechanics’& Traders
SIOO each, j. 500
1 Prize 15 do do do do 1,500
20 Prizes each 10 shares of the Lou
isiana State Bauk, SIOO each,
each SJOOO, 20,000
10 Prizes, each 2 shares, ©f SIOO
each, each ! ’rize S2OO of the Gas
Light Bank, o oqq
200 Prizes, each 1 share ofsloo, of
tin* Bank ot Louisiana, 20 000
200 Prizes, each 1 share of SIOO, of~
the New Orleans Batik, 20,000
150 Prizes, each 1 share of SIOO, of
the Union Bank of Florida 15,000
TICKETS S2O—NO SHARES.
The whole of the Tickets, with their
Numbers, as also, those containing the Pri
zes, will be examined and sealed by the
Commissioners appointed under the Act,
previously to their being put into the wheels!
One wheel will contain the Six Hundred !
Piizes, and the first 600 Numbers that shall
be drawn out, will be entitled to such Prizr
as may be drawn to its numbers, and the I'm
tunate holders of such prizes will have such
property transferred to them immediately
after the drawing, unencumbered and without
any deduction !
June 18 11 tID
T> ETTSON§ finving any Rook* in their
B possession belonging to the subscriber,
will please return them to the Mirror Office*
Jnly 57 16 ». H. BARROW.' *
The article published below, concerning
ths new and ] opuiar doctrine advanced Ly
the illustrious Uoehuke, ol Germauy, cannot
fail ol exciting a deep aud thrilling iuterest
throughout our country.
FUR CON SUM PI iON.
[Translated from the German .]
LOUIS OFrJN liOEUCKE,
THE GREATEST OF HUMAN BEN
Citizen* of yorth an I South America ,
TTMJ Lons Orrox Gokuckk, M. D. of
.1 ('• rmanv, Europe belongs the imperish
able honor of adding an tvv and precious
DoiTHiNE ot the Science ol Medicine---a
octrine which, thouch vehemently opposed
by many of the faculty, [of which he is a
valuable member,] lie proves to be well
founded intruih as any doctrine ot Holy
Writ—a doctrine, upon the verity of which
are suspended the lives ol millions ot our
race, and which tie boldly challenges his op
posers to relate, viz : Consumption is a dis
ease always occusione l by a disordered state
of ns Vila (or Life Principle) of the hum m
body: \jf“ often secretly Lurking in the sys
tem for years before there is the least cnnplainl
of the Lungs lf)---and which may be as cer
tainly, though not so quickly cured, as a co n
mc.irold or asi nj/L headache• An invalua
bly precious decirine this as it imparts an
important lesson to tiie apparently healthy
of both.sexes, leacliin g then that this insid
ious lie nay be an,unobserved inmate ol
tlieir ‘‘clayey houses ’ even while they ima
gme themselves secure fro i its attacks,
teaching them that THE GREAT SE
CRETIN THE ART OF PRESERVING
HEALTH IS TO PLUCK OUT THE
DISEASE WHILE in THE BLADE,
\NDNOT WAIT TILL THE FULL
This illuscriousoencfactor of man is also
entitled toimr ualeigned gratitude, an I tne
gratitude of a world, for the invention of
his M VTCHLESS S VN V HVE, —whose
healing fiat may justly elat'd tor it such a
title, since it basso signally triumphed over
our great com non enmny
TION, both ie the first an l last stages, —a
medicine which has thvo lghly filled the ea
rn uin in the .Materia Medica, and thereby
proved itself the it?*CoA.<iUEROR ok Piivsi
(13 isS-rgCO—a medicine, tor which all man
kind will have abundant cause to bless tile
beneficent hand of a kind Providence,—a
medicine v. hose wondrous virtues have been
so glowingly portrayed even bv soma of our
clergy, in their oastoral visits to tne stew
chamber; by w!tic»; uietus they o.ien be
cotnetlie happy mstru.ncii)sofcln'i_ing de
spondency into hope, sickness into ,icahh,
aud sadness of friends into joyfti!ue3S.
fiOELICKE'S isa tic lieine ot more vth.ic
to man than the vast mines if Austria, or
even the united reus ires of our globe,--u
medicine, which is oh tine l equally from
the vegetable, animal an 1 mineral kingdoms,
atvd thus possesses a turke-kol® power,—
a medicine, which thmign designed as a
rcmeily for consumption solely, is possess
ed of a mysterious influence over many dis
eases of the ) .m in system,—a mediem (,
which begines to be valu 'd by Phydeans ;
w) j are daily wituessin ; ts asionisliingcures
of many whom they ha I resigned to the
g' asp of the 1 ,ns.\ 11 vbt.k. Grave.
DOSE of tlte Sanative, for adults, one
drop; for chi! Iren, a half drop; anil for in
auts,a qnarterdrop ; th(?dir#cti ms explain
ing the manner of taking a half or a quarter
*? q q 3
A certificate from three members of the
MEDICAL PROFESSION ill Germany,
We, the undersigned, practitioners of me
dicine in Germany are well aware that, bv
our course, we may forfeit the friendship of
some of the I'actil ty, but not of its benevo
lent members, who are uninfluenced bv sel
fish motives. Though we shall refrain Iron
ati expression of our opinion, either o! the
so tndness or unsounilness of Dr. Goelieke’s
new doctrine, tve are happy to say that we
deem his Sanative too valuable not to be
generally known-- for what our eyes belul I
and our ears hear, we must believe.
We hereby state, that when Dr. Louis
Offoti Godlike first came before the < I 'rinati
public., as tlte pretended discovererofa new
doctrine and anew medicine, we held him in
the highest contempt, believing, an I openly
pronouncing him to be abase impostor and
tiie prince of quacks. But, ou hearing so
much jiiid about the Sanative, against it and
for it, we were induce I. from motiv es 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 b'lnn len
duty (even at the expense of our self inter
est) publicly to acknowledge its efficacy in
curing not only eonsmnntiou, but other fear
ful maladies, which we have heretofore be
lieved to Ee incurable. Our contempt for
the discoverer of this medicine was at once
swallowed up in our utter ass >aislitr.ent at
these unexpected results; and, as an*- e.D
f#r our abuse of him, we do fraukly confess
to the world, that we believe him a philan
thropist who does honor to the profession,
and to our count: y, which gave him birth.
The recent adoption of tnis medicine into
some of our European hospitals is a su fl
out guaranty i hat it performs all its promises.
It needed not our testimony for wherever it
is used h is its o.vn best witness.
HERMAN KTMITLLF v, M. TANARUS).
WALTER VAN GAULT, M. D.
ADOLPHUS AVERNER, M D.
Germany, December 10, 1838.
bbb b b
Post Office Chaplin, Windham, Cos, Con.
July 20, 1838.
Sir—A most wonderful cure Ins lately
been effected, through the virtues of Dr. Go
click’s Sanative, in the case of an elderly
geu tie man, who was far g sue an I wasted away
in CONSUMPTION, and considered
PAST RECOVKKY n Y HIS FA MIL Y
PIIYSICAN. lie is nnv compartively
speaking, a WELL MAN. 1 saw him
myselfafew days since, in company wiilFhis
wife starting on a journey to th" western
part of this State. He ascribes his escape
from the very jaws of death, and his reeov
ety to health solely to the astonishing vir
tues of the Matchless Sanative, lie is a
man possessing a snug property, but, says
ho. "I WOULD WILLINGLY PAY
ONE THOUS AND DOLLARS FOR A
SINGLE BOTTLE OF IT, IF i COULD
NOT PURCHASE IT FOR A LESS
PRICE. To hitn’hp Sanative is aboveall
value. WATER GOODE LL, P. M.
The above Medicine for sale, by
THOMAS GARDNER, Agent.
Florence-, Jan 26
THE GOOD SAMARITAN.
A C‘ tNTKAST.
ALL nations, from the remotest ages,
have had ships, but Columbus only
lound out the way to America, before the
time ol the great Spanish uavigator people
were only eu-bled to paddle about the shores.
J'tst so with tiie Lite Medicines. It is but
two short years siuce 1 first ventured upou
an unknown ocean, and 1 have discovered
the precious object l was in search of—
HEALTH. Vegetable medicines were in
deed known when 1 commenced my seatch,
but their use was not. l>y the use of ti cm,
i have not only passed from the dejected
invalid, to the hale hearty and active man of
business, but comparatively speaking, 1 have
renewed my youth, i can thus, with ©oufi
detice in my own experience, advise with
my fellow-citizens. Does the reader want
proof that the VEGETABLE LIFE ME
DICINES are suitable to hi; own case ? I
ii ive on tile at my 01]ice,367 Broadway, hun
dreds of letters, from some of the most re
spectable citizens of this my native land,
voluntarily otfered in 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, are
the true course to permanent good health.
GENERAL REMARKS RELATIVE
TO MOFFA T'S LIFE BILLS AND
These medicines have long been known
anil for their extraordinary and
immediate powers of restoring perfect health
to persons st:Bering u tier nearly every kind
of disease to which the human frame is liable.
In many hundreds of certificated instances
they have even rescued sufferers from the
very verge es an untimely grave, after all
the deceptive nostrums oft lie day had utterly
failed; and to many thousands the have
permanently secured that uniform enjoy
ment of he.dth, without which life itself is
but a partial blessing. So great, indeed,
ins th*?ir eilicacy invariably and infallibly
proved that it has appeared scarcely less
tha t miraculous to those who were unac
quainted with the 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 life, and enduing them with renew ed tone
and vi gor, that they were indebted for their
name, which was bcstow“d upon them at tiie
spontaneous request of several individuals
whose lives they had obviously saved.
The proprietor rejoices in the opportuni
ty afbtdedby the universal diffusion of the
oaily press for placeing his VEGETABLE
LIFE BILLS within tire knowledge and
reach of eve'y individual in the community.
Uiil.ke the host of pernicious quackeries,
which boast of vegetable ingredients, the
Life Bills are purely and solely vegetable,
and contain neither Mercury, Antimony,
Arsuic, nor any mineral whatever. They are
entirely composed of extracts from rare and
p«.*H srlul plants, the virtues of which, thouMi
long ki’own to several Indian tribes, and re
cently to some eminent plr.mnaceatical
chemists, aim altogether unknown to the ig
norant pre Lenders to medical sci nee; and
were never before administered in so happi
ly efficacious a c.anthination.
Their first operation is to loosen from ihe
coats of the stomach av’d bowels, tiie various
impurities and entdities|i;otiStantly setting a
ronndthem; and to remove the hardened
feces which collect in the convolutions of the
small intestines. Other medicines ouly par
ti illy cleanse these, and leave such collected
masses behind, as to produce habitual cos
tivenest with all its train of evils, or su !-
den i arrlnea, with its imminent dangers,—*
This fact is well known to all regular anat
omists, who examine the human bowelsaf
ter death ; and hence the prejudice of these
we 1 informed men against the quack medi
cines of the age. The second effect of tiie
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS is to cleanse
the kidneys ane the bladder, and by this
means, the liver and 'die lungs, the healthful
action of which enti eiy depends upon the
regularity of the urinary organs. The
blood, which takes its red coip:- from the
agency of the liver and the lungs before it
passes into tlte heart, being thus purified by
them, and nourished by food coming from
a clean stomach, courses freely through the
veins, renews every part of tiie system, aud
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 Bills are well know n to be in
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
barn, and He,ail-ache. Restlessness , 7 11-temper,
Anxiety Languor, and Mrlanrholly. which
are the general symtoms of Dyspepsia, will
, vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure.
| Cnstivencss, by cleansing the whole lengtjt
; of the intestines with a solvent process and
! without violence; all violent purges leave the
| bowels costive within two days, Dia htt i
and Chalet a, by removing the sharp acrid
■ fluids by which these complaints are occa
; sioned, aud by promoting the lucrative se
j cretion of the mucas inetnurane 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 all intestinal obstructions in oth
ers. The LIFE PILLS have been known
to cure Rheumatism permanently in tliree
weeks, and (lout in half that time, 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 ll ravel. Also, I Forms,
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
' ccason,which if not removed becomes har
dened. and produces those dreadful diseas
es. Si'urvey, Ulcers, and Invcrterate Sores,
by the perfect purity which these Life Pills
give to the blood, and till the humors;
Scorbutic Kruptions, anil, Had 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. —
The use of these Pills fora very short time,
will effect an entire cure of Salt rheum.
Erysipelas, and a striking improvement in
tiie Clearness of the skin. Common Coldsand
Influenza will always be cured by one dose,
or by two. even in the worst eases. Piles,
—as a remedy for this most distressing
and obstinate malady, tiie Vegetable Life
Pills deserve a distinct and emphatic re
commendation. It is w 11 known to initt
tlred? in thi* city, thst the Proprietor of
these invaluable Pills, was himself affict
ed witii this complaint lor uj wards ol tt.ir
ty-pve years, aim that he tried iu vain for a
remedy prescribed withiu the whole com
pass ol the Materia Medica. lie however
at length, tried the medicine which ht now
otters to the public aud he was cured in a
very short time, alter his recovery had beeu
pronounced uot only improbable, but abso
lutely imposible Ly any human mean*.
DIRECTION FOR USE.—’ihe rlO
- ol the Vegetable Life Pills does cot
follow the base and mercenary practice ot
the quacks of the day, iu advising persons
to take his Bills iu large quantities No
good medicine can possibly be so required,
'i hese Pills are to be taken at bed time everv
night, tor a week or loitnight, according to
the obstinacy of the disease. r ihe usual
dose is from 2 to 5, according to the consti
tution ol the person. Very delicate per
[sons should begin with but two, and in
crease as the nature of the case u.ay require,
those more robust, or of ve y costive habit
may begin with 3, and increase to 4 or even
5 Bills, and they will effect a sufficiently
happy change to guide tiie patient in their
further use. These Pills sometimes occa
sion sickness and vomiting though very t«|.
dom unless tiie stomach is very foul; this
however may be considered a favorable sym
ptom. as the patient w ill find bin sell ;t
once relieved, ntid by j erseverante will
soon recover. '4 hey usually operate within
10 or 12 hours and neier give pain, unless
the bowels me very much encumbered
'They may be taken by the most delicate te
males under any ciicun stain es.— It i*how
ever recommended, that those in later j er
riods of pregnancy should take hut ore at a
tune, and thus continue to keep the Towels
open, and even two may be taken where the
patient is very costive. Cue pill in a solu
tion of two table spoons full ol water, may
be given to an infant in the follow ing ties,;
—a tea spoon lull every two hours till it op
er..tes ; fora child from one to i.ve years of
age, half a pill—ami liom live to ten, one
THE PUGINIX BITTERS, are so call
led, because they possess the power of ro
storing the expiring embers of health, to ;*
glowing vigor throughout th« constitution,
as tiie Phoenix is said to be icstocd to hie
from the ashes of its own dissolution. r l lie
Phoenix Bitters are entirely vegetable, com
posed of roots found only in certain i arts of
the western country, which will in laiiibly
cure FEVERS AND AGUES ol ail kinds;
will never tail to eradicate tiuively all the ef
fects of Mercury, infinitely scou t than the
most powerful preparations of S atsaj atiiia,
a :d I* ill immediately cttio the deli in inaiiou
oi lILOODIO 1 lit HEAD : i.e ver lull in
the sickness iin id ml toyour.g fcmuUi a tin wfi|
be found a certain remedy in all c ases of tut.
rows debilily and weakness of H e u.cst m..
paired constitutions. Asa ren.cuy lor (luo
vi c and Injl atn m a torn 1. hcv mati*M the ti; ta -
cy of the Phoenix Bitteis will he th not stin
ted by the use of a single fiotjle. ’J j. t usu
al ‘lose of these bitters is naif a wii.e class
full, in water or w ine, and this quamiu may
be taken two or tliree time n (lav, about huff
an hour before meals, or a less quantity may
be taken a all times. To Rose who ;.io
afflicted with indigestion nfiei meals, these
Bitters will prove in valuable, as they vciy
greatly increase the action ol the pinnpal
viscera, help them to pirloim ihtir it,ac
tions. and enable the siotnat h to disc largo
into the bowels whatever is ofiei she. 'j in ;
inttigestiin is easily and S ; eedilv ren ovrd,
appetite restored and the mouths < i the ab
sorbent vessels being ( leased nutrition is I
-and strength ol body and energy
of mind are the happy tesults. ]~i larth.r
particulars of MOFFAT'S LIFE 1 ILLS
md PIHKNIX BITTERS,.ip,| lv at Mr.
Moffat's office No. 367 Broadway. ;\ ( w Yoik,
where the Pills can be obtained'for 23 cents,
50 cents,or $1 pt rI ox ; on! li e 1 itieis ,( r
•'*' 1 or $2 perbottle. ()5r Numerous cemh
t.?t”s of the wonderful efficacy ©1 both, may
tie there inspected.
In some obstinate and complicated eases
of chronic aud inflammatory Hht ntriatism,
River Complaiuts, Fever aid Ague, Dyspep
sia, Palsy, Pihs, injuries from the use of
mercury, quinine, and other dis uses of long
standing it may he found tieecssaiv to take
both the Life Pi> -> ad the Phu.nix Bit
ters, in the doses >«io,e recommended.
-4. P.— these Pills and the B tiers will
get alt mercury out of the systi m infinitely
faster than the best pieparatmns of Sarsapa
rilla and arc a certain remedy for the rust
ing of blood to the head oi all violent head
aches, tic (lindenmix, Ac—All persons who
ar.? predisposed to rjipcjdexy, / alsy, Ac.,
should never he without the' Life Pills or
the Bitters for one dose iu time will save
life. They equalize the circulation of"the
blood, draw all pressure from the head, re
store perspiration anil throw off every in:j u
nly by ihe pores of the skin.
( he above medicine for sale by
THOMAS GARDNER, Agent.
April 1 D'.TO 51
f i!', ()! ’(ij A— |,ee C'ou i;ty.
VI7HEREAS Vv lilinm R. May, a; plies
V r to tne lo* - Letters of Administration
on the Estate cl' Daniel A. Carrington
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of said deceased, to be and appear at my
office within the time prescribed by Law,
to show cause if any they l ave, why said
Letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office, this the
26th day of June 1839.
MONTHS after date apj lication
will be made to the Hon, Inferior Court
of Sumter county, when setting for ordinary
purposes for leave to sell the real estate of
Alexander Currotlters a minor.
ELIZABETH JOINER, Guardian.
A morions (7a. May 20 1839. 7
Months after date application
will be made to the Honorable the
Justices of t’ e Inferior Court of Stewart
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes 1
for leave to sell the land bclcn ring to the
estate of Albert H. Shepherd, deceased,
JAMES M SMYTH. Adm'r.
ANN E. SHEPHERD, Adm’rx
May 14 1859 fi 4m t
FOUR MONTHS afterdate, application
will be made to tlte honorable, the In
ferior court of Sumter county, when sitting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the
real estate of Uriah Fuller, late deceased,
of said couniv.
WALTON W. FULLER, Adm'r
May 13, 1839. 10
OUR months after date, application
be made to the honorable inferior court
of Burke county, when silting for ordinary
purposes, for leave to sell Francis, and her
two children. Bill and Mariah. belonging to
tiie estate of U. C. Maund. deceased, lor
the benefit of the creditors solely.
WILLIAM W. MA.UND.
J une 26.1839 15 Adin’r.
TUNIUS JORDAN, is the legally au
thorised Agent of Rrto l A: Tubman,
during my absence from the State.
July 10. ll 4t AP. ROOD,