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WAfcTrED THE CHOW HI OF I85T.
The Subscriber has just received a large supply
of Garden Seeds, comprizing eve). .variety, from
the celebrated Gardens of Johnson, Bobbins & Co.
Wethersfield. These seeds have been sold here
for the last five' years and always given perfect
satisfaction. JAS. N. SJlfTH, Druggist.
Catalogues will be furnished gratuitously upon
XOilTH CA ItOLISi IIOBBSOK
Superior Court of Law Fall term 1857.
PETITION FOR DIVOCE.
Jlarlha Ann Price vs William Price.
It appeariug by Affidavit of the Petitioner, that
the defendant in this case is not an inhabitant of
his State anl that personal notice cannot be serv
ed on hiin, this is therefore to notify the said Win.
Price, to appear at the next Term of the Court to
be held for tho co., of Robeson at the court House
in Lumberton, on the fourth Monday in March
next, then and there to defend his said suit, or the
prayer of the Petitioner will be heard Erparte and
Judgment Jondered accordingly.
Witness Alexander McMillan clerk -of our said
court, atoffico in Lumberton the 20th dav of Jan.
a. d. i8.-)8, a McMillan c. s. c.
Jan. 30, rr- adv. $3 DO 8-6t
FREIGHT 8c FASSSWGrER LINE.
npHK UNDERSIGNED Informs the pub-
he that he Boats of his ine are running as
STEAMER MAGXOTiT A leaves '.Fayetteviue
Monday and Tliur.siy Mornings, af li minutes
after Sunrise; and Wilmington on Tuesdays and
Fridays, at o'clock.
STEAMER FANNY" LUTTHRLOH leaves
Fayetteville Tuesdays and Fridays, at 15 minutes
after Sun-rise; and Wilmington Wednesdays and
Saturdays, at o'clock.
STEAMER ROWAN, with a full complement
of Flats, will make one trip a week or oftener, as
circumstances may require.
fiTAll goods consigned to me at Wilmington
will be forwarded with despatch.
T, S. LUTTERLOII.
Jan. 30 8G-2m
MRDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA,
The Twenty-Sixth course of Lectures in this Insti
tution, will commence on Monday, the 2d November
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G. M. Newton, M.D.
Anatomy. H F Camplell, M. D.
Surgery, L. A, Dugas, M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L. D. Ford, M.D.
Materia Medica. Therapeutics and Medical Jurispru
dence, I P G ravin. M. D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infants, J. A.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, II. V. M.
Chemistry and Pharmacy, Alex. Means, M D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy, R Campbell, M. D.
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S.B. Simmons.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered in the City Hos
pital and at the Jackson street Hospital.
f ee lor whole course, 5iuo.
Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once,) $5
For further particulars, apply to any member of
the Faculty, or to I. P. UKAV J.x, Uean.
Sept 5th, 1837,- C-tf
The Subscriber has on hand and
Coffer , St ga rs, Tea , Molasses, Syrup, Salt, Iron ,
Steel, Nails, Horse Shoes t- Nails, Axes,
Hoes, Shovels, Spades, 1 orlcs, 1 race
chains, Black. Smith 'Tools, Brown
soap, Candles, Candies, Sole
Leather, Negro Shoes,
Collars, Glass Putty,
Cotton Bagging, Manilla
Hope, JVJtitc Lead, Common
and jinr. Cigars, Tobacco,
Powder, and Shot, and' inegttr,
and many articles not enumerated: all in want can be
supplied as cheap as can be bought in this market
A constant supply of Warranted Genuine An
ker liolting Cloth all Nos., kept ou hand and for
sale at the lowest prices by
Jan 30, 1853. lm 5 m af c-2w
TITF. TWO STORY Ware House on Church
street opposite the Presbyterian Church. F
terms apply to JAS. MARTINE.
pl o ivs.'.' pl o w am
NO. 6 PLOWS;
50 No. 1 0 "
50 No. 1 1 "
25 No. 50 "
25 No. GO "
iliould Doards, Bars and points to match.
Jan. 30, 85-lm
C. E. LEETE.
W. 1. GOLDSTON.
FORT. IE FALL. & WIN111 1ST.
(Call soon, secure a good
bargain and save money.)
One of the largest, hand
somest and cheapest stocks
of HOOTS A
DR. w. k; moselets
Griffix, Ga., 185(5.
All persons afflicted with C'aneer,
Tumors, Wens, Scrofula, Scald-Head,
Tetter, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Otorvhct
Ulcers of all kinds, together with a?f
other chronic diseases, can avail themselves f Dr.
Moscly's services at Griffin, Ga. Office on 8th st. t
JBrTEllMS: All persons - are required to
pay their fees in advance, or give their notes
witii references. No case will be undertaken
unless it can be cured or admit of relief. My
mode of practice in Cancer and Cancerous affec
tions, is without the use of the knife or caustic,
and is both local and constitutional, causing
1 . 1 a. a 1 - ...
uui very nine pain, in most cases. All cases
c si a ?ry" 7 w - i i i - ,
oi uiivuiiii, are required to oe iinaer my
immediate care aim supervision lrom one to
six weeks. Commniucations strictly private
and promptly answered. Address W.-lv
Mosely, Al. Griffin, Ga.
SCIRRHl'S BREAST CAS SE CURED!!
LET THE PUBLIC READ.
In mercy to the afflicted, and the gratitude and high
opinion I entertain of Dr Moscley, as a Surgeon and
l'hysician, I deem it my duty to mention the case of
my wife, hoping at the same time that all personssimi
larly afflicted may be benefitted by it. In the fore
part of this year, my wife had several small lumps to
make their appearance in her breast ; they continued
to increase in size, until the whole breast became
diseased mass, and very painful. I procured the best
medical aid in the city of Rome, and notwithstanding
the earnest and faithful attentiou of the most skilful
physicians, she continued to grow worse and worse
until they gave the case up as iueurable, and advised
amputation. I was advised by many of my friends, to
visit Dr. V . R. Moscley, of Griflin, Ga., which I did
and, astonishing as it may seem, he had her entirely
cured within one month! and she is now in good
health:! I would advise all who are afflicted with Scir
rhus and Cancerous affections, to visit the Doctor with
out delay, as I am satisfied bv experience ami obser
vat ion, that he is the most skilful physician in the
Southern States, in the treatment of that horrible dis
ease Cancer WJI. II. MITCHELL,
M. E MITCHELL,
Daughter of J. W.Bradbury, Rome
June 20, 1S07. ly
IT Honey the Best of Honey.
b've a valuable receipt for making Honey, which I
w' 11 send to any person upon receipt of 50 cents. We
make and use it in our family at half the cost, and
consider it as good as the best article of genuine bee
made noney, "irom whicn it cannot be told." Any
persons who will make or sell it can clear from two to
three dollars a day, it only requires 4 articles to make
it, and they can be had at any store lor 50 ceuts.
Every family may have this delightf ul luxury, for an v
lady can make it in 15 minutes at any time, Scents
postage stamps as good as money.. Address Dr. J. 1'.
Creager, Baltimore city, Md. 72-tf.
G A ITERS, satin
colored ; Ladies' & jrents
of a new and beautiful pattern;
YOUTH'S and CHILDREN'S BOOTS. SHOES and
GAITERS; INDIA-RUBBER SHOES, and evcry
article in his line.
His stock is choice and carefully selected by him
self, and buyers will find it to their interest to call
before purchasing elsewhere. M. FAULK.
J6a?All who have lost their soles come for
ward, and they will be rsnewed for Seventy-five cents
and upwards. M. F.
Congress Water, for sale bv
Aug. 15 63-tf S. J. HINSDALE.
FOB THE TRADE Oil PKIVATE USE.
35 BOWERY, NEW YORK, j
Terms Cash. Oic Trice Only, i
Heretofore we have manufactured and sold
exclusively at wholesale. We are now prepared
SuDr. Creager, Baltimore, Md-
is the Sole Agent for Dr. Winder's celebrated Matri
monial -.heries," A Uooks. No. !. "A Bonk tor Ynnnr
Alen designed to prepare them lor Female Society;"
Jo; 2, "Errors in Courtship; ' No. 3, "Reproductive
v-ouiroi. joiner oi wnicii will be mailed to order
post paid, upon receipt of 25 cents. 72tf
uesirauic liuormnlinn to I'.verv-
For some time past I have been encrao-ed in a bnsi
ness (.Known only to myself and comparatively few
others whom I have instructed for $100 each) which
has averaged me an income of from S3. 900 to 35.000
per annum and having made arrangements to co to
the Eastern Continent next fall. I am wiliiner to eive
fuR instructions in the art to any person in the U.
States who will remit me the sum of ONE DOLLAR.
I am induced from the success I have been favored
with, and the acknowledgments that I have received
lrom those whom I have instructed in the art. and who
are new clearing from S8 to $15 per day, to give every
person a chance to come into possession of this valua
ble means ot iuaKing a small fortune. There is no
Ilumbus: about the business herein alluded to. Ref-
twences of the best class can be given as regards its
"Charfteter, and I can also refer to persons in Chicago-
and Detroit as well as in this place, who have within
three months embarked in this busincsss, and who will
testify that they are making from $8 to $15 "per day
at the same. It is a business' in whicS either Ladies
or Gentlemen can engage, and with perfect ease make
a very handsomerincome. Several Ladies in various
parts of Illinois and Missouri, whom I have instructed
in the art, are now clearing from So to S12 per day.
It-is a genteel business and requires but a few shil
lings to commence it. Upon receipt of Si I will at
once forward to the applicant a circular containing full
instructions in the art, which will be perfectly under
stood upon being once read. Address
No. 37, Fourth St., St. Louis, Mo.
Aur- 22 Cm
LAND AND MILLS' FOR SALE.
BY virtne of two Deeds of Trust, executed to me by
James Price, for purposes therein specified, I will sell
i .1 1 1 i I'll O A .1 4 1 n l. r. f T (1 1 ' C
lo iue mgnesii uiuuei , ou oaiuiauj, m j
1858, that valuable place known as LUMBER
BRIDGE, in- Robeson county, containing 400 acres
There is a-comfortable Dwelling House and all nec
essary out houses, with about 75 Acres of cleared Land
under good fence and in a high state ot cultivation.
It is as healthy as any place in the county, with two
wells of good water, and a first rate GRIST MILL and
COTTON GIN all new and in good credit. Also, a
large commodious Store House, well arranged and in
a good business sta-nd
Also, at the same time and place I will sell 2 head
of Horses,. one Wagon, one Buggy and Harness, 400
bushels CORN. 700 lbs. Fodder and Hay, 30 Head
Hogs, 7 Head of Cattle, household and kitchen furni
ture, and Blacksmiths tool's,
Terms made Vnown at Sale.
DANIEL McNATT, Trus.
Dec. 10, 79-5t
A. L., AICC11AMBAUL.-T,
PORTABLE STEAM EAGIXE Bl'lLUER,
S. E. corner 15 th and Hamilton its., Phil ad., Pa.
Tortable Steam Engines, on larga wheels, w ith a
tongue for a team to be attached to move them about.
These engines have two cylinders, making 10 to 30
horse power. Orders are tilled in lrom 3 to i weeks.
Engines always on hand for sale. Thete engines
have been in use seven years, and in every instance
have givengeneral satisfaction. Descriptive circulars
will be sent when applied for. ?;
Jan. 10. 1857. 32-lf
Gifts! Gifts!! Gifts!!!
A PRIZE TO EVERY PURCHASER,
At the Quaker City Publishing House ofDuane
liuiison, I'niiaaelphia. liy buying a book tor ail. or
more, you are at once presented with a prize, worth
lrom 25 cents to $ 100. consisting of Fine Gold Jewelry
Watches, 3bc. All orders by mail will be promptly
filled, and the prize or prizes will accompany the
books. Our list contains all of ihe most popular books
of the day. and will besold at the usual retail prices,
many of them for less. Persons wishing any particu
lar book can order at once and it will be forwarded witq
a gift. A catalogue giving full information., with a
list ot books and gifts, will be sent post paid by ad
dressing DUANE RULISON.
No. 33 S. Third Street. Phila.
L. SCOTT & COS
REPRINT OF THE
AND THE - - ?
GREAT REDUCTION IN THE TRICE
OF THE LATTER PUBLICATION.
L. SCOTT & CO., NEW YORK, continue to pub
lish the following leading British Periodicals, v.
THE LONDON QUARTERLY (Conservative.)
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig.)
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church.)'
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal.)
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory.
character. As Organs of the most prolouou wrnti
on Science, Literature, Morality, and RiligicB. they
stand, as they ever have stood, unrivaled in the world
of letters, being indispensible to the scholar and the
professional man, while te the jnteligent reader oi
every class they furnh-h a more correct and Fatisfac
lory record of the current literature of the day,,
throughout the world, than can Le possibly oLtaineoP
from any other source.
The receipt of ADVANCE SHEETS from the Brit
ish publishers gives additional Value to the Reprinl
inasmuch. as they can now be placed in the bands o f
subscribers about as soon as the original editions.
These Periodicals ablv represent the three
political parties of Great Britain Whig, Toiy.
Kadical,but politics forms only one feature of
tail, at a sa
cent. to the
White Lead and
Linseed Oil, for
S. J. HINSDALE.
T ASD MAGAZINE OF USEFUL
INFORM A TION.
The undersigned proposes to publish in the
City of Raleigh, a semi-annual Jocrxal, of the
above title, devoted exclusively to the dissemi
nation of statisticall information.
The want of such a Journal is felt by every
intelligent citizen, who desires to become at all
acquainted with the resources of the State, our
present condition, future prospects, &c, aud by
none so much as by our Legislators.
That we have no regular system of statistics,
cannot be attributed to any want, of material.
There are large amounts of valuable and inter
esting information scattered through our Legis
lative and Executive Documents anl Records,
which, in their present situ ition, for all practi
cal purposes, might as well be in tbe Chinese
language. Besides what our Legislative
archives contain, our newspapers often publish
valuable statistical information, which is either
lost, or if preserved by a very few, is so incon
venient to find when wanted, that the facts are
soon forgotten. 5fhe same may be said of the
Reports and Statements from time to time
made by our incorporated companies" and others
engaged in Manufactures, Mines, Commerce,
&c. To collect these various items of informa
tion, and give them to the public in a shape
easy of reference and for perpetual preservation.
as well as to gather from all available resour
ces, everything bearing directly or indirectly
on our wealth, prosperity and industry, is the
design of the Journal now offered for public
So far as the plan for conducting the same
has been matured, the pages of the STATIST
will be devoted to the arrangement of such
tables relating to our Population, Agriculture,
Commerce, Education, Public Improvements,
Manufactures, Fisheries, Mines, and Social Sta
tistics generally, as will present their condition
and our progress in each.
It is also designed to contain the Reports
(condensed) of the Public Treasurer, Com
missioners of the Sinking Fuud, Superintendent
of Common Schools, and all other State Offi
cers and Boards; as also, Statements and Re
ports of the condition aud progress of the vari
ous Railroad and Navigation Companies.
The Statist will be put to press as soon as a
sufficient number of responsible names are ob
tained to pay the expenses of publication. The
numbers wjll contain each, not less than 150
pages closely printed matter, making a book of
-jnn . . . : ... . " ...
ouw pages, or more, to wnicu will be added a
lull and complete index.
7JVK'"B: mnr,tU UVLtljAUii PER ASSU1I
OE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS, for six
MOJfTIISl Davalilfi wlipn tbo
lor publication, which fact will be duly announced
w-r inose persons intending to patronize the
t; l a 1 1 ae,,d.thr nes to the undersienc
."TJ " u uewrablo to issue the first
uumuvr us soou as possible.
Superior Court of Law,
Fall Term 1857.
It is ordered by his Honor John L. Bailev, Judge
presiding, that a special Term of this Court be held on
the first nionday in February next and continue two
weeks Jurors, Suitors & witnesses in civil suits, and
partees in Equity are hereby notified to attend.
From the Minutes
JOHN W. B A.KER, Clerk.
Dec. 3. 78-tc
to otter a well assorted stock at r
ving of from twenty to thirty per
i iiiti u iiji Jul r-iiiu
M Mahogany Chairs, spring seats,
g upholstered in hair cloth,
H from $2 25 to C 00 each
Mahogany Sofas, spring seats,
E31 upuoistered in hair cloth,
s Mahogany Hocking clu
spring seats, upholst
Ji in hair-cloth, from
13 00 to 2G 00 "
00 to 12 00
11 00 tc IS 00
ziW anjj cheap Gmmmsi
Is now receiving a large and general supply of
Among which are splendid DRESS GOODS,
With every article in the
DRY GOODS LINE.
All of which, being purchased by the package, will
be o:fered by wholesale or retail at a small advance
for cash or on time to punctual customers.
Fayetteville. Oct. 3, 1857. 70-tf
The Approacuixo Focktit. Everybody is making
preparations of some kind for the proper observance
of the "Glorious Fourth." Some will go abroad, and
some will stay at home, others will remain sober ; some
will don military uniforms, while the great majority
will wear such plain clothes as are lecomingto respec
table and patriotic private citizens. Of course the
great mass of these people will get their garments at
the Brown Store Clothing Hall of Eockhill fc Wilson,
Nos. G03 and C05 (new style) Chesuut street, above
July 11,1857. ti-o8.
Mahogany ea?;y Chairs,
uu unsiurs or rociters, up
M bolstered in hair cloth,
Mahogany Tete-a-tete, up-
bolstered in hair-Cloth, 15 00 to 35
PnMagogany Tete-a-tete Sofas,
S upholstered in hair cloth 25 00 to 45 00 "
9MARI5I,EA:VI MAHOGANY TOP Tables,
In great variety of styles, qualities and prices.
BUREAUS, Half Marble and Wood Top. with
Mor without Glasses, with W-.h -stands to match,
ill Also, Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Sideboards. Hall
Stands, Book Cases, Lounges, Etegeres, Corner
Stands and Book Shelves. Fa
OFFICE FUliXlTURE, Desks, Tables and
tpM All the above goods in black waluut or oak at
the same prices.
PAULO K SUITS, in Rosewood, upholstered Uj
B3 in French Brocatelle, Satin Damask, Satin and M
J The same in Black Walnut, the frames of
H which are stained in varnishing, making a beau
"tiful imitation, and upeolstered in the same
goods, make a showy appearance at a much low
H er drice.
0 In our establishment can be found a great va-
Wriety of Fancy Chairs,
w dining Ch
MCane Chairs, and also the Celebrated
Q SriilMx BED.
LJ Known as Tucker's Patent This article we
VJ would particularly recommend, it having been Un
Q fully tested, and found upon trial to be the bestrn
r Spring Bottom ever invented. R
U CONCLUSION. r
Pl Parties who are not able to personally select 13
rthe goods they may want, can depend upon hav-J
a ing their orders niieu with as mucn care, anuy
ij their interest studied, as though tney were pre-SS
sent; anu to sucn we aio oner our services iwavj
the selection of any Household Goods they may JIT
want, and as we should . purchase from First'
- . ,i .1 , i T . 1 j 1 fcM
r Hands, a savinsr win inereoy oe maue wnicn me in
ly DR. IV M. YOITCG.
Marriage Guide Young's Great Physiological
Worlc. The Pocket JEscirfapius, or every one
his own Doctor, by Win. Young, ill". P.
It is written in'plain language for the general reader
and is illusti ated with upwards of One Hundred en
gravings. All young married people, or those con
templating marriage, and having the least impediment
to married life, should read this book. It discloses
secrets that every one should be acquainted with; still
it is a book that must be kept locked up, and not lie
about the house. It will be sent to any one on the
receipt of twenty five cent. Address
DR. WM. YOUNG,
125 Spruce St., above Fourth,
April 18, 1857. ly
ancy Chairs, in Rosewood. Mahogany J
Walnut. Tnrkish Smoking Chairs, Ee-cj
hairs, Hall Chairs, Voltaire Chairs. J
JUST RECEIVED and for sale
fresh supply of Crackers, Cheese, Butter, Ap
lies, Chest nuts, and Oranges.
11. tj IIE1IJJU.
Oct 24. 13-tf foot of llaymount.
Raleigh, X. C.
CAN EPILIPSY BE CURED
10. i. 1 . " . I- IV C 11 ,
ne imuK ine loiiowing letter from
Citizen of Mississippi will answer tho
.it .i i
remove an uuuuia irom every unbiased mind-
UKBXABi, Miss-, Jim., i lR;t
great pleasure in relating a case of spasms or tits enti
bv your invaluable Pifls. My brother J - j i??
uun ivug "i- niiu uii uwiui uisease. 11
was ursiiiimcn iuc 'lum: juuug, He would have
one Or vwo piwius uuc uimik av nrsi;
.'customer would have the benefit of.
Aug. 1, 18.-j7. 61-ly
II A I U
B. P. PEA11CE & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND SHOES,
Umbrrllas and Ready-Made Clothing,
FAYETTEVILLE S. C.
B. V. PE.VTtCE.J
THE undersigned having executed a power of At
torney to E. F. Moore, he is thereby authorized to make
all settlements for me in. my name, aud generally to
transact all busiuessasl might or coukt do were 1 per
sonally present. J. J.MUKJlitU.
June b, oo-hi
SHEPPARW'S CHEAT BE.VEFACT0R
THE GREATEST PERIODICAL REMEDV
1,000 nxs, Retaii-ed Moxtulv.
THE BENEFACTOR IS INFALLIBLE lor the im-
' mediate removal of Obstructions lrrigularities, 1 ro-
lapsus Uteri (falling ot the womuj lcucnorrnea oi
Whiteo. and allthediseas cs peculiar to females.
This remedy has never in a single case failed in
producing the Menses. I have receivedJmauy letters
of recommendation, which all say. It is the best
remedy we have ever used." Sickness at stomach,
headache languor, debility, pains in the head, side and
back, loss of appetite, costivencss, &c are some of the,
symptoms which attend irregular menstration. This
remedy is certain to remove one and all of these symp
toms Be sure and get the genuine, which has my signr
ture on each box. This remedy may be had by ad
dressing J. S. SHEPPARD, West Fourth street Cin
cincinati, and enclosing SI, and the remedy will be
sent by return mail.
N. B. Ladies who are pregnant should not use this
remedy, as it is sure to bring on miscarriage, though
no injury to health would follow. One box SI, three
boxes S2. All letters of inquiry must contain a pos
tage stamp to ensure an answer.
J. S. SHEPPARD. ,-
Sole Proprietor, Cincinnati, O.
August 1, 1S57. Cl-ly
BRICK MASON AXD PLASTERER.
ANY PERSON desiring work done in the bes
style in the above department, can secure my
services by addressing me at l ayettevine, j . y.
Mr D. McD., will take contracts any wuvre m c
country, within 100 nines irom rnum,
prompt attention win oe giu-u w iui.
Sep. 12, 1857. ly
The following valuable real estate, the property ot
E. C. Hall dee'd. is offered for sale ana consists oi me
following tracts : ' ...
That desirable place known as Rome, containing
oim.it- ,..;tii nil tho imnrovements. This
t, , H'fUUI Vt 'I V,ll0 II Jill. " " " I
i out fis f i -ii i ii tr. eti 1 1. nnrrhflstrs.
..,r 1.1..r. thev seemed to increase likewU tt f" i"'wiu oe soiu enure u. Ui r"--"Z ,
.:..r ".- lO It ho nir nrnhnl. r nno nfthi iMiSt DUSiness Mauua
xne nine u I.IM....V..VVI. ft ji . .i.o,.,i- uaa ticm tho .r :
very often and quite severe, prostrating him body and
mind.- Ilis mind had suttered seriously; but now: 1
am nappy to say ue is eurcu oi my. uis. ne has
enjoyed line health for the last five months past. His
mind hasalso returned to its original sprightliness.
AH this I take great pleasure in communicating, as it
may be the jpeans of directing others to the remedy
hat will cure them. Years respectfully, 4c.
W. P. LIGON.
' No person who is Bxneringr from Fits, or Spasms,
should neglect sending to Dr Hance, after this for
supply of his inestimable medicine. Ilis pric s arj as
follows: one box S3; two 5, twelve $24 sent by
mail free on'the receipt af o remittance. Address
Scth S. Haaee, 138 Baltimore, Md
the country, and is very desirable to those wishing to
enter the mercantile business.
No 2, Consists of a Lot and Brick Store (2 tene
ments,) in Cambleton, on Bridge Street near Claren
don Bridge, and is a very desirable stand for business.
No ,3 Is 3 vacant lots inCampbellton, known in City
plot as Nos 109, 111, 112, and half of lot 113.
No 4, Is a dwelling house and lot on llaymount,
corner of Plankroad and Adams St. A very desira
ble residence for tbe whole year. ,
No 5, Is a Corn Mill and Steam Engine and Boiler,
of 10 or 15 horse power. This is well worth the at
tention of those living where water power is not avail
able, and will be sold at a great bargain.
For terms apply to J. H. HALL, Assignee.
August 1, 1837. cf-tt
IKJ-The Great Femalei.
Dr. J. P. Creager is the General Agent, wholespfe i and
retail for Dr. Wheatings"' celebrated FemalT Pills.
These Pills are truly valuable for Ladies, for they
will restore the Monthly Courses where they may top
from any cause whatever. They never have failed in
any case where the directions around the boxcontainT
; the Pills have been strictly followed; indeed, there
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For sale by JAS. F. FOULKES. Fayetteville N, C.
Manufacturer, APOLLOS W. HARRISON, No. 10
South 7th St., rairAUEiJ'HiA.
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ONE DOLLAR A YEAR,
Circulation, over 100,000 Copies
Why iABCwi so Hard when
Washing? I have a chemical process, for cleaning
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ers, is imense, embracing names well known to
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Itilialalion in Consumption..
RONCIIITIS. LARYNGITIS, and other Dis
eases of the Chest and Throat, successfully ti-rat--
ed by the Inhalation of Medicated Vapors and Pow
ders, by absorption and constitutional treatment. :ik
practised at the Stuyvcs-aut Medical Institute, New
The unprecedented success which has attended this
method of treating diseases of the Lungs and Throat
has induced us to depart lrom our usual course,
and ourselves of the colfcinns of the press, in order to
uruig n 10 me Know ieoge oi sucn as may te . tailoring
under or predisposed to such affections. The daw u
of a brighter day has at length arrive d for the Con
sumptive; the doctrine ol the incurability of consump
tion having at length passed away. We have indubi
table proof's in our possession that Consumption in all'
its stages can be cured! in the first, by tubercular ab
sorption; in the second, by the trcusfonmitions of the
tubercule into chalky and calcareous concretions, in :"
the third by cicatrices, or scars. Those vidded to
the opinions of the past may assert, that even now,
consumption is incurable, such are behind the age.
To all, this great truth must be apparent, viz: that the
medicines inhaled in the form of vapor or Powder di---rectly
into the Lungs, must be much more tfi'( ctie
than that taken into the Stomach, where the disease
does not exist. The advantage of Inhalation in Con
Fiimption and Throat diseases is, that medicine in the
form of Vapor is applied directly to the Lungs, w here
the di seise exists; the stomach is thus left tree to aid
in restoring health, by administering to it a healthy,.
lifegUing food. There is no case so hopeless that ln
baiil'Oii will not reach! The means, too, are brought
within the reach of all. the manner of administering
the Vapors being so simple that the invalid is never
required to leave home, where the hand of friendship
and affection tends so much to aid the plnsician's
The Inhalation method is soothing, safe and ready
and consists in the administration of medicine in such
manner, that they are conveyed into the Luns in
the form of vapor and produce their action at thesuat
of the disease. Ita practical success is destined to re
volutionize the opinions ol the medical world aud
establish the entire curability of Consumption .
I earnestly appeal to the common sense of all afflic
ted with Lung diseases, to embrace at once the advan
tage of Inhalation, and no longer apply medicine
to the unoffending stomach. I claim for Inhalation
a place amongst the priceless gilts that nature and
an nam given u. mat. - ouruay may be long in the
land," and as tbe only ark of safety for tbe consumn-
tive; a method not only ratioital, but simple aud efli
cacious. Such of the profession that have adopted
Inhalation have found it efficacious in the highest de
gree, arresting the progress of the disease and work
ing wonders in many desperate cases, in verd;r o
signal triumph of our art over this fell destrover of
Note. Physicians wishing to make themselves ac
quainted with our practice, are informed that, our
time being valuable, we can only reply, as to ingre
dients used, to such letters as contain the fee.
The fee in all cases of Pulmonary affections will be
$10, on receipt of w hich the necessary medicines and
instruments will be forwarded.
Applicants will state age, sex, married or single, how
long affected, if any hereditary disease exists in the
family, and the symptoms generally. Let the name,
town and State be plainly written. Postage for re
turn answer must be eneloscd. Letters, when regis
tered will be at our risk. All letters must be address
ed tj- WALLACE MERTOUN. M. D.
... S, M. Institute, New York City.
Nov. 12, W-Cm
Warranted to force the Moustache and Whiskers to
grow strong and luxuriant in one month, where there
was none before. It will not Btain or injure the skin
$1 per bottle. Sent to all parts of the country on re
ceipt of price. Receipts for making $5.
ug. 8th, 1857.
De. S. P. SHELDON.