Str tetri'* SfrifT sales.
>e > 1 1 iM-iore the Court Hou«e
\\ door 11 tli- :«** ioi L'tnpkin, Sk*-
Minty, oo the Ist Tuesday :n NO-
Vi'ii'iK. next, tietween the us.i .* hours
o. sate, th; following property, to •» ':
Jans* Smith’s iuteres: in No. 43, in the
Sli't Itstrist of Ste vart county, utkeit the
property of lathes Smith, it being h » iu
tifssi ii >aiJ lot o lull, to satisfy a Fi Fa
i, S |.| iitof i jus ice’s court Fr.wklm
co i t’ s ’, • * lavor of vViUiatn \V. Muc.ieil,
ij jn I Smith.
Vs ». so. 111, ii the 19th tvs’riet of sai I
com *, tilseu as he property »f Blount
'Pr int it il. t i sttisfv so nlry Fi Fas issued
Oi if i justice's court ill Sear irt eon uy
it si.-or of M tier, Ripley 5c Cos. vs said
Tro in to.
\i.» ,ii 137. in the 34th district of Stew
8r o i it., tak mas the property of .lam s
,vt M i r, to satisfy sundry Fi Fas issue.)
ou »• i justice's court of Stewart c • m v in
lavnr if iVT.Ilii nO. S.ieur vs sai l Milner.
V i>, a leg o :irl l»v the name ol Van.
ten year old. ukeu as the property of Pal*
inn Pi :keu, to satisfy sundry Fi Fas.
issied nut ol a j l 'lice s co irt ol Stewart
county in lav .r of Osiveil llallery auJ oth
ers, vs sai I Picxett.
A ! si, amu a.to hov. 13 vears old, taken
as the property of 11. M* liukius, to satisfy
Sundry Fi Fas issued out ol a justice s
court of Steurart county, in favor of Calvin
L. >1 ty a id others, vs said Jinkins.
Also, 330 bush.ds of corn, more or less,
take i as the property of Bryan Pace, to
satisfy a distress warrant in favor of Tno
rrtas ilaleday vs sai I Pace.
Also, So. 235, in the 25th dislrict of
Stewart county, taken as the property of
Jeptha Pickett, to satisfy a Fi Fa issued ou»
of the Superior court of Stewart cou dy. in
favor of doseph Scott vs said Pickett.
Also No. 121, in the 21st distriot of itew
a*t county, taken as the properly of William
Pickard, to satisfy a Fi Fa issued out of
Crawford Superior court, in lavor ol Phe*
odrick Manpford, vs said Pikard.
Oct 4 M. M. FLE MING, Sheriff.
At the sane time and place.
One eighth part of lot of land No 113, in
the 19th district of Stewart county, taken
as the property of Derrell D. Bridges, to
satisfy aft fa issued out of the Superior
Court of Oglethorpe county in favor of
John Woo l, it being the undivided interest
of the Deft.
Also, No. 242, in the 24th district o<
Stewart county, taken as the property of
Stephen Glover, to satisfy suodty fi fas
issued autos a Justice Court of Stewart
county, in favor of Jesse Wright and
M. \L FLE MING, Sheriff.
Sliter sheriff sates,
WILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in
NOVEMBER next, b-fore the court
house door in the town of Amerietts,
Sumter county, within the usual hours of
sale, the fallowing property, to wit:
The remaining Stock nl Goods now on
hand consisting of Dry Goods, Hard Wares,
Crockery wares and otherarticles two tedious
to mention, al! levied on as the property of
Douglass 11. Brown, to satisfy one Mort
gage fi fa from Sumfr Inferior Court, in fa
vor Qf John (J. Shu field and William F.
Rond, vs. Diug’ass 11. Brown, property
pointed out in said fi fa.
GREEN M. WHEELER, D. Sh'ff.
August IV, 1839.
fjce Sheriff Sales.
WILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in
NOVEMBER next, at the court
house door in the town of Starksville, with
in the usual hou's of sale, the following pro
perty, to wit:
Lot of Land, No. 36. in the 16th district
of Lee county levied on as the property of
Jesse -Scarborough to satisfy a Ft Fa issued
from the Superior court of Lee county, in
favor of Campbell, McDougald & Harris,
vs said Scarborough.
Also, Thomas O. Loyd's interest in Lot
of Land No. 246. in tire 12th district of Lee
county, to satisfy a Fi Fa issued from a jus
tice’s court of Clark county, in lavor oi
William Murray; property pointed oat by
plaintiff; levy made and returned to me by a
Atso. Paschael .1. Whatley's interest in
said lot No. -246, in the 12th district of Li e
county, to satisfy a Fi l* a issued Iro.n a jns
lice’s "court of Clark county, in favor of
William Murray vs sail Whatley; prop’r
ty (tainted oat by the plaintiff; levy made
ao I returned to me by a roust-able.
Also, Lo- of Land. No. 43. in the second
district of Lee rotin'v, levied on as the pro
pert v of I >’» i R Cain. <leeea el, to satisfy
sitn iiy Ft Fas. issued front a jus-ice’s court
of Lea county, it favor of loseuti Jor lan
vs Imn Sherrod, administrator of John R
Cam leceased, and Willm n W. Harvard,
security ; prooertv ooi'ite-l out bv plant iff Vs
anif-'t 'V - levy meleantl returned to m ■ by
a co o t tie.
AUn, l, t nf Laud No. 206 in the 15tlt
diitri -t us on lin.tllv D cdy no.v Lee coon
ty, I vi t i no as the pf i icrty of .lames Du •-
trtm, to satisfy three Fi F <s from aj umice’s
no-1-' of Cra vfoid cou »tv, in favor of llnr
el W Is vs si:-! Dot nan; l-vy made an I re
turned to me bv a constable.
Also, ‘ ot of Lind No. 13 iti ihe 12th
district of L ;econi ty, levied on as toe p n
perty of ’-licai < t P tsev, to satisfy a Ft Fa
issued from the Inferior co tit of Pulaski
county, ill favor of Mfred J Lister, vs said
Posey; property pointed o-it by plaintiff
Also, one buy mare, about 10 or 12 years
old, levied on as the nroperiy of 'I i* li iel O.
Snelgrove, to satisfy a Fi Fa issue I from the
inferior court of Lee county, when silting
for ordinary purposes, in favor of the offi
cers of court. v> said Michael O. Snelgrnvo,
Adin’r. of R fferf D Respess, deceased,
and Isaac Tison and Robert (J. Ford, secu
ait'es; property pointed out by Isaac Tison.
Sept 23 26 V DYSON, Sheriff.
Adm! RATOR’S SALE.
VOREKABLY to an order of the hor
ortble the Inferior Court of Stewart
countv, when itting for ordinary purposes,
will b'sold, on thr first Tuesday in NO
VEMBER next, within the usual hours of
title, at the court house door of said comity,
the PL \ STATION belonging to the estate
of A. 11. Shepherd, deceased, situated in
Raid county, near the town of f-'lorence, con
taining 3<><> acres of fraction land on the riv
er and 100 acres adjoining above, and four
lots pioc land, first quality, lying broadside.
Sold fur the bcuofi of the heirs and credit
ors of eaitl estate.
■ •) AMES M SMYTHS, Adm’r
ANN E. SHEPHERD, Adm rx.
August 12, 1839. 19
ALL persons are hereby cautioned a
gain«( trespassing on lot of land No.
tti3, in the 21st district of Stewart county ;
sviso, on Igt No, 140,- in the 27th district of
Sumter couutv. as the law will be rigidly en
forced uaon all who may be knowu to have
"intruded upou either.
L. C. MATTHEWS.
Jefferson co.Ga. Get. 8 08 3t
A GREE ABLE to an order of the Hon
_V. triable Interior Court ol Sumter Coun
ty *ii«a setting as a Court of ordinary, will
be sold on tne first Tuesday in November
next betore the Court House door in Aiuer
Lot No. 183, in the 17th district of Stew
-1 art county. Also Lot No. 243, in the sth
Jistrici or Early county, on the first Tues
day in December next, at the Court house
Inorol iiiat comity. Sold for ihe benefit
of tue neirs and creditors of Uriah Fuller
w vlton w. fuller, A-im’r
Sepiemb-r 3. ' 839. 23
GEOitGl v —Lee County.
¥7 IrißifVS, A in Mercer applies to me
IT -for letters of A Iministra ion on the
estate of Silas Mercer, late of said county
This is. therefore, to cite and hdmonish
all ail singular, the kindred and creditors
o! snd l -cea-e I, to be a id appear at my of
gce. within t ie ti n•• prescribed by law, in
shew cause, if any t ey have, why said let
ters should tint he granted.
Given under my hand at office, this 4th
September. I* 59.
S k M L C. WVCIIE. c. c. o.
GEOIIGI Y— LrTC>unhj.
4 ¥7"HE RE.VS. ti irey G. Ford applies to
f in* for fitters of Adminis ra ion on
ihe estate of John I. For i, <1 ceased.
This is therefore to cite ad admonish ail
and singular, the kindred and criditors of
said deceased, to be an I appear at my office,
within the time prescribed by law, to shew
cause, if any why said letters should not be
Given under my hand at office, this 28th
September, 1839. 27
S. O. WYCIIE, c. c. 9.
FOUR MON PUS after date ap| lication
will be male to the Hon. Inferior Court
of Sumter county, when setting tor ordinary
purposes for leave to sell the real estate ol
Alexander Currcthcrs a minor.
F.LIZ VBETtI JOINER, Guardian.
Amerietts Ga. May 20. 1339. 7
FOUR Months alter date application
wdl be made to the Honorable the
Justices of the Inferior Court of Stewart
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes
for leave to sell the land belonging to the
estate of Albert H. Shepherd, deceased.
JAMES M SMYTH, Adm’r.
ANN E. SHEPHERD. Adi.Vrx
May 14 1330 fi jtm _
171 OUR MONTHS after 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, late deceased,
of said county.
WALTON W. FULLER, Adm’r]
May 13,1839. 10 _____
months after date, application will
be made to the honorable Inferior court
of Burke county, when sitting for ordinary
nurposes, for leave to sell Francis, and her
two children. Bill and Mariah. belonging to
the estate of H. C. Maund, deceased, lor
the benefit of the creditors solely.
WILLIAM W. MAUND,
June 2G, 1839 15 Adm'r.
Entire 7 11 so
N. half 8 14 30
S. half 4 14 30
S. half 6 14 30
S. half 11 14 29
S. half 34 19 28
W. half 29 15 26
S. half 23 18 28
E. half 21 22 26
S. half 32 18 28
N. half 33 20 26
W. half 26 15 24
S. half 29 1G 25
N half 9 14 30
E. half 2 18 25
Entiie 33 15 25
Any of the above Lands will be sold on
terms to suit purchasers, by application to
John D. Fitts, Esq. Florence, Ga. or to the
subscriber at Macon.
Sept 14 23 J. COWLES.
LAND FOR, SALE.
r IIIIE Subscriber off rs for sale two set-
L tlements of La id. One containing
966 «cre, principally oak and hickory and
hammock, with 130 acres open and tinder
cultivation; one Grist M il, Gin and Cot
t m crew on the same. The otlier consists
n! 610 acr-'s oak and hickory with 150
acr-s iu and r cultivation.
Thea’iova Sa-i Is lie on the Ha’ehachubbee
Creek, about 16 miles west of Florence, in
Bussell county. Alabama. Persons wish
ing to p irehas will do well to rail and view
the premises. Terms to suit purchasers.
October 1. 1839. 11 D
L VXD FOli. SALE.
rTVIE mill-rsi',* ied will sell on liberal and
1 arco ii n and ring forms, *2024 acres good
niie In!, 111 t e 2id district of Stewart
eotjatv, siiu tn about 2 miles West of
Lumpkin, with 18 or 20 acres cleared and
under cultivation. Any person wishing to
purchas* would do well to call and examine
Oct. 1, 1339 2m
rjiHE exorcist* aftlm Male Dej -.tent
ft. of the Florence Academy, will com
mence on Monday next, 7th inst. tin'.tribe
superintendence of Mr. Gkokqk J. Mu-
Ulkskk.y, who comes well recotr-nended
as an instructer of youth. The lollowiog
will be the rates of tuition, por quarter;
Orthography, Reading and Writing $4 Os
do do do with Arithmetic, sOf
English Grammar and Geography, 6 CC
Higher English Branches, 8 0C
Languages. 19 0
The Female Department will eommcrcf
on the same day, under the direction of
Miss Marsarkt llahvf.y. Os Miss Har
vey’s qualiftc ilionsthe Trustees deem it ur
necessary to speak, as they are toa well
known to require any recommendation fron
them. The terms of tuition, will bs thf
same as state ! above, and for
Drawing and Painting. 12 0"
Needlework an extra charge of 3 O’
Board can be had, for * rales and fa niier
io tire most respectable houses, at rcaojcx
Jan. 5 39 BY THE TRUSTED 2.
1 OFFER anew store House in Florence,
for sale, on nortii side of Centre street
first after the tavern. The house is nearly
i finished, large and commodious; in the
! most convenient place for a dry goods or
i grocery store. Tiio-e wi<h ng such proper
i ty would do well to call, as a bargain can be
j had. Apply to 11. W. Jernieaa, or
A. S. WAY.
‘ Oct 12 3t 27
GEORGIA— Lee County.
Rule Nisi, to foreclose a Mortgage, in Let
James L. Rosa. ) I T appearing to the
vs. L A. Couit. on the pe-
Tmomas Butler. j ution ol Jan.es L.
Hass, of file in this Court, that Thomas
Butler, then and still of the county ol Bald
win, in said State, ou the fifth day ol Janu
ary, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hun
dred and llnriy-seven, in the said county of
l.ee, made and sealed, and then and there
delivered to the said Janies L, Ross, his cer
tain mortgage deed, bearing dale the day and
year aforesaid, tbeieby mortgaging to the
said James L. Ross, the two lotsor tracts of
laml, known as the lots numbered two hun
dred and sixty-one and two hundred and se
venty, in the fourteenth districtof the coun
tv of L»e; (the word fourteenth, in said
m >rtiage, abbreviated and written fourth,
but iuteuded tourteenth;) and both of said
lots together, containing four hundred and
five acres of land, more or less, the better to
secure the payment of a certain promissory
note, bearing date the same day and year
aforesaid, which the said Thomas Butler had
then and there made aud delivered to the
said James L. Ross, whereby, by the first
day of February, eighteen hundred and thir
ty-eight, the said Thomas Butler promised
to pay the said James L. Ross, or order, the
sum of two thousand dollars, with interest
I'r.un the first day of February then next,
for value received, and which said mortgage
deed ami promissory noie, are now here pro
duced in Court; aud, it further appearing
to the Court that the sum of eleven hundred
and eighty-three Dollars and filty-ntiie cents
principal, besides interest thereon, from the
ninth day of January, ei hteen hundred and
thirty-nine, is still due on s iid note and un
paid, and the said James L, Ross having
prayed the foreclosure of ttie said mortgage
in terms of the statute in such cases provi
ded; and whereas, the said James L. Ross
is about to file his bill for the purpose of re
forming said mortgage deed,
It Vs, on motion of James M. Kelly, attor
n**y for said petitioner, ordered, that the said
Thomas Butler do pay into court, within six
months from this date, the principal, inter
est and cost due on said mortgage, or show
cause to the contrary, and that on his failing
so to do, the equity of redemption in and to
said mortgage premises shall be hencelorth,
forever barred and foreclosed.
And it is further ordered by the Conrt,
that the said Thomas Butler be served with
a copy of this rule three months previous
to the next term of this Court, or that ser
vice of the same be perfected by a publica
tion of this rule once a month for 4 months,
in some pit. lie gazette in this Slate, previ
ous to said terra.
A true extract from the minutes of the
Superior Court, this 4th September, 1839.
SAM’L C. WYCHE,CI’k S.C.
IfOFFAT’S Vegetable Life
I'ill* niie E'hceiii* Bitters*
The universal estimation in which the celebra
ted Live Pills and PhoeSix Bitters arc
held, is satisfactorily demonstrated by the
increasing demand for them in every state
and section of the Union, and by the volun
tary testimonials to their remarkable efficacy
which are every where offered. It is not
less from a deeply gratifying confidence that
they are the means of extensive and in
estimable good among his afflicted lelluw
creatures ti.an from interested considera
tions, and the proprietor of these pre
eminently successful medicines is desirous
of keeping them constantly before the pub
lic eye.—The sale o f every addinttional box
and bottle is a guarantee that some person
will be relieved from a greater or less degree
of suffering, and be improved in general
health; for in no case of suffering from
disease can they be taken in vain. The
proprietor has never known or been in
formed of an instance iu which they havs
tailed to do good, in the most obstinate
cases of chrouic dyspepsia, torpid liver,
rheumatism, asthma, nervous and billions
head ache.costivencss, piles, general debility,
sciofulous swelling and ulcers, scurvy, salt
rheum and all oilier chronic affections of
the organs and membranes, they effect
cures with a rapidity and permanency
which few persons would theoretically be
iieve, but to which thousands have testified
from happy experience. In colds and
coughs, which, if neglected, superinduce
the most tatal disease of the lungs, and
indeed the vicera tn general, these medicines,
if taken but for three or four days, never
fail. Taken at night, they so promote the
insensible perspira ion, and so relieve the
system of febrile action and feculent ob-
struetions, as to produce a most delightful
sense of convalescence in the morning;
and though the usual symptoms of a cold
should partially return during the day, the
repetition of a suitable dose at the next hour
of led time will almost invariably effect
permanent relief without further aid. Their
effect upon savers of a more acute and more
violent kind is not less sure and speedy il
taken iu proportionable quantity ; and
persons retiring to bed with inflatnatory
systoms of the most alarming kind, will
awake with the gratifying consciousness
that the fierce enemy has been overthrown,
and can easily be subdued. Iu the same
way, viceral furgesence, though long estab
lished, and viceral infia mat ions however
critical, will yield—the former to small and
the latter to large doses of the Life Pills ;
and so also hysterical affections, hypocon
driocism, restlessness, and very many other
vari< t ics of the Neurotica! class of diseases,
yield to the efficacy of the Phecenix Bitters.
Full directions for the use of these m* > di
ci es. and showing their distinctive applica
bility to different complaints, act o npany
them ; and thev can be obtained, wholesale
and retail 3t 375 Broadway, where numer
ous certificates of their unparralled suc
cess are always open to inspection.
For additional particulars of the above
medicines, see Moffat's “good Samaritan,”
a copy ofwhich accompanies the medicine ;
a copy can always lie obtained of the
different Agents who have the medicine
French, German, and Spanish directions
can be obtained on application at the office,
375 Broad way.
All post paid letters will receive immedi
Prepared and sold by WILLIAM B
MOf FAT, 375 Broadway, New York
A libet at deduction made to those who pur
chase to sell again.
Agents—The Life Medicines may also
lie had of any of the principle Druggists
in every town throughout the United
State* and the Canadas. Ask for Moflat’s
Life Pills and Phceuix Bitters; and be sure
that a simile of John Moffat’s signatuie is
upon the label of each bottle of Bitters or
box of Pills.
Prepared and sold by W. B. MOFFAT,
367 Broadway New York.
The aoove medicine for sale by
THOMAS GARDNER. Agent.
Sept. 14 23
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICER
THE following details of a Sch> me of a
Lottery, to be draw n in December next
warrants us in declaring it to be UNPARAL
LELED in the history of Lotteries. PRI
ZES, to ihe amount have never before been
offered to the public. It is true, there are
many blanks, but on the other hand, the ex
tremely low chaige of S2O per Ticket—the
value and number of the capitals, and the re
vival of the good old custom ofWARRAN
T’NUTHAT EVERY PRIZE SHALL
BE DRAWN AND SOLD, will, we are
sure, give uuiversal satisfaction, and espe
cially to the Six Hundred Prize Holders.
'To those disposed to adventure, we re
commend early application being made to
us for tickets—wheu the Prizes are all sold
flanks only remain—-the first buyers have
the best chance. We therefore, emphati
cally say—DELAY NOT! but at once re
mit and transmit to us your orders, which
shall alway s receive our immediate attention.
Letters to be addressed, and applications
SYLVESTER & Cos.
156, Broadway, New York*
Oy* Observe the No. 156.
SIX PRIZES OF
TWO PRIZES OF
THREE PRIZES OF
GRAND REAL ESTATE AND BANK
ST »CK LOTTERY OF PROPERTY
SITUATED IN N. ORLEANS.
ay The Richest and most magnificent
Scheme ever presented to the public in this
or any other country.
TMCKMi TS O.VL I* $202
Authorized by an act of the Leg
islative Assembly of Florida ,
and under the direction of the
Commissioners acting under the
TO BE DRAWN AT JACKSONVILLE,
FLORIDA. DEC. 1,1839.
SCHMIDT 8f HAMILTON, Managers.
SYLV ESTER & r„. 156, BROADWAY
NEW YORK. SOLE AGENTS.
NO C9MBIMATIOM NUMBERS !!
The deeds of the Property, and the Stock
transferred in trust to the Commissioners
appointed by the said Act of lie Legisla
ture of Florida, for the security of the
1 Prize. THE ARCADE, 286 feet
5 inches, 4 lines, on Magazine
street; 101 (eet, 11 inches, on
Natchez street; 106 feet, 6 inches
on Gravierstreet. Rented at a
bout $37,000 per annum. Val
ued at $700,000
1 Prize. CITY HOTEL, 102 feet
on Common street; 146 feet fi in
cites, on Camp street. Rented
at $25,000. Valued at 500,000
1 Prize. DWELLING HOUSE,
(adjoining ihe Arcade,) No. IG,
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.-
Valued at 20,000
1 Prize do. Adjoining ti e Arcade,
No. 20, 23 feet front, on Natchez
street. Rented SI2OO. Val
ued at 20,000
1 Prize do. No. 23, North-east
orner of Basin and Custom
house street, 40 feet front on Ba
sin, and 40 feet on Franklin st.
by 127 feet deep in Custom house
street. Rented at SISOO. Val
ued at 20,000
1 Prize do. No. 24, South-west
corner of Basin and Custom
house st; 32 feet 7 in. on Basin,
32 feet 7 inches on Franklin, 127
feet 104 inches deep, in front of
Custom-house street. Rented
at SISOO Valued at 20,000
1 Prize do. No. 339, 21 feet, R in
ches on Royal street, hy 127 feet
11 inches deep. Rented at SIOOO.
Valued at 15,000
1 Prize, 250 shares, Cannlßnnk stock
100 each, 25,000
1 Prize do. 209 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, ' 10,000
1 Prize 100 do do do do do 10,000
1 Prize 100 do do do do do 10,000
1 Prize 50 do Exchange Bank,
SIOO each, 5.000
1 Prize 50 do do do SIOO each. 5,000
1 Prize 25 do Gas Light Bank, SIOO
eat h, 2,500
1 Prize 25 do do do do do 2,500
1 Prize 15 do Mechanics'& Traders
SIOO each, 1.500
1 Prize 15 do do do do 1,500
20 Prizes earb 10 shares of the Lou
isiana State Bank, SIOO each,
each 81000, 20,000
10 Prizes, each 2 shares, of SIOO
each, each Prize S2OO of the Gas
Light Bank, 2,000
200 Prizes, each 1 share of SIOO, of
the Bank of Louisiana, '20,000
200 Prizes, each 1 share of $100,.0f
the New Orleans Bank, 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
Prizes, and the first 600 Numbers that shall
be drawn out, will be entitled to such Prize
as may be drawn to its numbers, and the fot
lunate holders of such prizes will have such
property transferred to therm immediately
after the drawing, unencumbered and without
any deduction !
June 18 11 tID
PERSONS having any Books in their
possession belonging to the subscriber,
will please return them to *he Mirror Office
July 27 46 H. H. BARROW
The article published below, concerning
ths new and popular doctrine advanced by
the illustrious Guehcke, ol Germany, cannot
tail ol exciting a deep and thrilling interest
throughout our couutry.
q q q <3 q q
[Translated from the German.]
LOUIS OFFON GOEIICKE,
THE GREATEST OF HUMAN BEN
Citizens of North ant South America,
FTIO Louis Offon Goelickk, M. D. of
X Germany, Europe belongs the imperish
able honor of adding anew and precious
doctrine of the Science of Medicine-— a
octrine 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
Writ—a doctrine, upon the verity of which
are suspended the lives of millions of our
race, and which he boldly challenges his op
posers to refute, viz : Consumption is a dis
ease always occasioned by a disordered state
of Vis Vita (or Life Principle) of the human
body: Q5 =& often secretly lurking; iu the sys
tem for years before there is the least complaint
of the Lungs—and which may be as cer
tainly, though not so quickly cured, as a com
mon cold or a simple headache. An invalua
bly precious dectrine this as it imparts an
important lesson to the apparently healthy
of both sexes, leachin g them that this insid
ious foe may be an,unobserved inmate of
their ‘-clayey houses ’ even while they ima
gine t! e nselves secure from its attacks,
teaching them that TUE GREAT SE
HEALTH IS TO PLUCK OUT THE
DISEASE WHILE in THE BLADE,
AND NOT WAIT TILL THE FULL
This illustriousoenefactor of man is also
entitled to our unfeigned gratitude, and the
gratitude of a world, for the invention of
his MATCHLESS SANATIVE,—whose
healing fiat may justly claim for it such a
title, since it hasso rignally triumphed over
our great common enemy
TION. both ie the first and last stages,---a
medicine which has throughly filled the iv?-
enum in the Materia Medica, and thereby
proved itself the Q'/ a ’CosquEßoß of Phtsi
cians^jQ)—a medicine, for which all man
kind will have abundant cause to bless the
beneficent hand of a kind Providence, —a
medicine whose wondrous virtues have been
so glowingly portrayed even hy some of our
clergy, in their pastoral visits to the sick
chamber; by which means they often be
come the happy instruments of changing de
spondency into hope, sickness into health,
and sadness of into joyfulness.
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[GOELICKE’S is a medicine of more value
to mao than the vast mines of Austria, or
even the united reasures of our globe,—a
medicine, which is ob.-lined equally from
the vegetable, animal and mineral kingdoms,
anti thus possesses a thf.ee-foi.d power,
a medicine, which thnugn designed as a
remedy for consumption solely, is possess
ed of a mysterious influence over many dis
eases of the 1 .man system,—a medici-m,
which begines to he valued by Physicans ;
w! j are daily witnessing its astonishing cures
of many whom they had resigned to the
g'aspol the Insai iablf.Grave.
DOSE of the Sanative, for adults, one
drop ; for children, a half drop; and for iu
atits,a qnartei drop ; the directions explain
mg the manner of taking a halfor a quarter
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A ccnificnte from three members of the
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 fsicul tv, but not of its benevo
lent members, who are uninfluenced by sel
fish motives. Though we shall refrain from
an expression of our opinion, either of the
soundness or unsoundness of Dr. Goelieke’s
new doctrine , we are happy to say that we
deem his Sanative too valuable not to be
generally known—-for what our eyes behold
and our ears hear, we must believe.
We hereby state, that when Dr. Louis
Offon Goelicke first came before the German
public, as the pretended discoverer of anew
doctrine and anew medicine, we held him in
the highest contempt, believing, and openly
pronouncing him to be abase impostor and
the prince of quacks. But, on hearing so
much jaid 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 numberof our most hopeless
patientsf and we now deem it our hounden
duty (even at the expense of our self inter
est) publicly to acknowledge its efficacy in
curing not only consumption, hut other fear
ful maladies, which we have heretofore be
lieved to he incurable. Our contempt for
the discoverer of this medicine was at once
swallowed up in our utter astonishment at
these unexpected results; and, as amends
far our abuse of him, we do frankly confess
to the world, that we believe him a philan
thropist, who does honor to the profession,
and to our country, which gave him birth.
The recent adoption of tnis medicine into
some of our European hospitals is a suffi
ent guaranty that it performs all its promises.
It needed not our testimony for wherever it
is used ’’ is its own best witness.
HEILMAN ETMULLFK,, M. D.
WALTER V\N GAULT, M. D.
ADOLPHUS WERNER, M D.
Germany, December 10,1838.
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Post Office Chaplin, Windham, Cos, Cod.
July 20, 1838.
Sir—A most wonderful cure has lately
been effected, through the virtues of Dr. Go
eliek’s Sanative, in the case of an elderly
gentleman, who was fargene and wasted away
in CONSUMPTION, and considered
PAST RECOVERY PY HIS FAMILY
PHYSICAN. He is now comparatively
speaking, a WELL MAN. I saw him
mvselfa few days since, in company with'his
wife starting 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. He is a
man possessing a snug property, but, says
he. -I WOULD WILLINGLY PAY
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR A
SINGLE BOTTLE OF IT, IF I COULD
NOT PURCHASE IT FOR A LESS
PRICE. To him'be Sanative is aboveall
value. WATER GOODELL, P. M.
The above Medicine for sale, by
THOMAS GARDNER, Agent.
Florence, Jan 26
The Cause of Bilious ion. ■
plaint aud ei filede of Lure
A WELL regulated aud propoi innate
quantity ol bile upon the etouiacb is al
ways requisite for the promotion ol sound
health—it stimulates digestion, aDd keeps
the intestinal canal free from all obstructions.
On the inferior surface ol the liver is a pe
cular bladder, in which the bile is first pre
served, being formed by the liver troin ike
blood. Ther-ce it passes into the stomach
and intestines, and regulates the indiges
tion. Thus we see when there is a deticiem
cy ol bile, tho body is constantly costive
On the other hand, an overabundance of
bile causes frequent nausea in the stomach
and often promotes very severe attacks of
disease, which sometimes end in death.
Fevers are always preceded by svmtoms
of a disordered stomach; as are also
scorfulous disorders, and all sympathetic
1 functional, organic or febrile diseases
From the same cause, the natural and heal
thy action of the heart, and the whole vas*
cular system is impaired and reduced below
its natural standard, as exhibited in pal
pitatious, languid pulse, torpors of the limbs
syncope, and even death itself. i n consel
quence of au overabundance of a peculiar
offensive substauce to the digestive
The approach of bilious diseases is at all
times attended by decided symptoms of an
existing diseased state of the stomach and
bowels; t.e. with those signs which are
known to point out their contents to be of a
morbid, irritating nature; but whenever the
alimentary canal happens to he loaded with
irritating matter, some derangement of the
healthy operation, either of the general
system, or of some particular organ of tiie
body is the certain result; and when this
state happens to be united with any other
symptoms of disease, its effects are al»avs
thereby much aggravated The progress
of organic obstruction is often so rapid a*
scarcely to admit of time for the app|j Cil .
rion ol such aid as is to be offered by art
yet, in general, the premonitory symptom*
ol gastric load are perceptible fora dav or
two previ. us to the feverish paroxism, a
period, when the most efficacious assistance
may be given, by unloading the stomach
and alimentary canal of its irritating con
tents, and thus reducing the susceptibili
ty ol disease-
MOFFAT’S LIFE MEDICINES
should always be takinin the early stages
of bilious complaints; and if persevered in
strictly according to the directions, will
positively effect a cure.
r I lie mineral medicines often prescribed
in these diseases, although they may effect
a temporary cure at the same 'tin e create
an unhealthy state of the blood, and
consequently tend to promote a return of
the very disease which they are employed
to cute. It is then by the use of purgatives,
exclusively formed of vegetable compounds
which, possessing within themselves n*
deleterious agencies, w hich decomposition,
combination or alteration can develope or
bring into action, and therefore capable of
producing no effect, save that which is desir
•td—that a safe remedy is found.
The LIFE PILLS & PHfEMX BIT
'rERS have proved to be the most happy
in their effects in cases ol bilious diseases, of
any purely vegetable preparation ever offer
ed to the public. If the stomach is lottl,
they cleanse it by exciting it to throw off its
contents ; ifnot, they pass to the duodenum
without exciting vomiting or nausea in th«
stomach ; stimulating the neighboring vicera,
as the liver anil panerns, so ns to produce
a more copious flow of their secretions into
the intestines; stimulating the exalcnt
capillaries, terminating in the inner coat,
which an increased -flow of the useless
particles of the body, foreign matteis, or
retained secretions, are completely dischar
For further particulars of the above
medicine see MOFFAT’S GOOD SA
MARITAN, a copy of which accompanies
the medicine. A Copy may also be obtained
of the different Agents who have the meili
cities for sale.
French, Germ.m, and Spanish di
rections can be obtained on application t
the office. 375 Broadway.
vF? 3 All post paid letters will receive
Sold wholesale and retail by WILLIAM
B. M‘ ’FFAT, 375 Broadwav, N. Y.
A liberal deduetioti made so those who pur
chase to sell again.
Agents. — The Life Medicines may abo
be had of the principal druggists in everv
town throughout the United States and the
Canadas. Ask for Moffat's Life Pills and
Pltenix Bitters; and he sure that a sac
simile of John Moffat's signature is upon
the label of each bottle of hitters, or box of
r ] he above medicine for sale bv
THOMAS GARDNER. Agent.
September 14, 1839. 23
.J. A. II.3IACOIY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STARKSVILLE. LEE COUNTY. GEORGIA
'¥¥TILL attend the Courts of the CIIAT
»» TAHOOCHEE CIRCUIT.
Nov. 25 35 ly
Attorney at Laiv.
Starksville, Lee county, Gs. win
practice in all the counties of the Chat •
March 10 48 ly
l)r. Will. j?I. ISaithvijLj
CN AN, at all times be found by those wish-
J ing )iis services, at his office, ®r t-e
house of M. McCuliar, Esq. wheu not pro
J in 26 42 _
m HE Subscriber will attend to the eollec
I rion of all debts due the late firm of
Gardner & Barrow, up *o April, 1839. —
Persons indebted to said firm will please
make payment immediately.
April 30 H H BARROW
HE public are lieteby cautioned against
X trading for a promissory note given by
tne to Raymond & Allison, of Apalachicola,
for Three hundred and forty-four dollars
aud nirietv-two cents,.dated on or about 15th
day of May 1838, unless the exccntor, ad
ministrator or assigns of said Raymond, al
lows me for a quantity of bagging suffered
to be injured by him while in his safe keep
ing, i> will not be paid unless compelled by
law. 11. W. WOODWARD.
Florence, Sept. 30 3t 26
ENIIY A. GARRETT is the author
ised agent to take notes, receive cash
and give receipts for any demands due tire
Male and Female Academies at !• lorence.
Mav 6 THE TRUSTEES
4 I,L persons are cautioned against Ira
-I\. ding with William A. Smith, on my
nrcount, or with the expectation of mv,’pav
ing any of hts contracts, as I am determin
ed not to pav an\ of them.
SeptS »4 3t AC. SMITW*