North Carolina Newspapers

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i h: arrival
r. W. LRTT r.nvnv
-.-ceived a large and general STUtn. ur
UOODS suited to the FALL and WINTER trade,
consisting oT a choice selection of
Staple and Kcy
imf and Shoes, wi
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always to
AT LETT'S. .OTT
Goods sold at the lowest prices for C ASII, or ex
changed for country produce.
August. 28. 1858. ly-Pd
nv noons
rith almost everything desirablein
le had
3STE"W GOODS
A T UNIO N VIL I. E.
THE Subscribers take this method of informing
their friends & Customers that they havejiulreceived
and expect to keep constantly on hand, a general
assortment of Dry Goods. Groceries, Boots & Shoes
Hardware & Cutiery. Ready Made Clothing &c and
every other article that is usually kept ip a couutry
Store, to which they would call the attention of the
trading community.
FULMORE A THOMPSON.
Unionville N. C.May 22 1858 tf
Observer copy 4 times weekly.
$15 lEtZEW-AIEllD-
H B unaway from the Subscriber on the 16th of
MMj July, last, the following negroes, viz:
One Ifoman and 1 wo UhUUren. Janl woman is
2(5 vear of afro, named Eliza. The children, Rob
ert ami Hiram, are aged one in his 2d year and
the other about 3. They formerly belonged to
Alexander McOollister, dec'd, and at his sale were
pun-V,;iseil bv the Subscriber.
S:rd negroes are supposed to bo lurking in that
vi-ini v. nr in the vicinity of Archibald McLean's,
Harnett county, who owns Eliza's mother. The
ai or 1 i'eward will be given to any person taking
u; sniii npmes, and informing the subscriber at
1"' i.iiiih, Cumberland co., N. C.
DANIEL L. SMITH.
Aiuru.-u 28. 1858. tf
ASSETS $230,326,28.
This Company has been in operation more than
Oveyearj, and has paid its losses, amounting to
$19,125 85, without any assessment: insurance aver
aging its members about i per cent.
Policies issued to 1st of May, 1858, 2769.
Amount of property now insured, $1,474,922 34.
Amount premium notes now on hand, $224,968 23.
Cash premiums received, $32,317 41.
S. T. Hawley,
W. N. Tillinghast,
A. A. McKethan, "
J. D. Williams,
Jas. G. Cook,
A. W. Steel;
Jas Kyle,
J.G. Shepherd,
R.F.Brown, Wilmington,
A.E. Hall. Wilmington.
OFFICERS.
GEO. flcSEILL. President.
D. A. Ray. Vive-President
C. A. McMillan, Secretary
John Collins and C. C. McCrummen, Traveling
Agents.
The Company invite applications.
Geo. McNeill,
D. A. Ray,
H. L. Myrover,
S. W. Tillinghast,
Henry Lilly,
N. A Stedman,
S. J. Hinsdale,
T. S. Lutterlob,
Win. McLaunn.
DAGUERREAN F1X1URES AND STOCK.
Also, a good room for the business, to Rent.
Apply to R D GREEN,
Fayetteville, July 10, tf
Watch Maker.
REMOVAL.
STARR &. WILLIAMS,"''..
HAVE removed to the two brick Stores in the West
end of the Fayetteville Hotel building, where they
are now opening their -
SECO sD STOCK,
of Goods for this Spring,
recently selected by one of the firm in the Northern
markets, which will be offered for sale to their re-lar
customers on the Hsual terms
All persons who wish to buy Goods chean at
WHOLESALE, are respectfully invited to call and
xamine this stock, at our new stand. West end of
Fayetteville Hotel building.
J. B. Stark. J. M. Williams.
May 1st 99-tf -
A. L. ARCHAMBAULT,
POU'TiWIiK STISABA EA6IRK BUILDER,
S. E. corner l3,titand Hamilton its., Philad., Pa.
Portable Steam! Engines, on larga wheels, with a
tongue for a team to ue ; ":, , t so
These engines have two . ,
will be sent wnen app-
Jan. 10. 1857.
32-tf
at
P HEP A RATION
May 29? 1858
iy
FOR RENT.
That desirable brick Store on Ha7 Street, belong
ing to Mrs E Hybart nd recently occupied by B. F
Pearce & Co, is now offered for rent.
Also Miss E Hybart's town Residence is oflVred for
rent. For terms apply to
April 23 Wm.BOW
MALE SCHOOL.
' i s' 4th day f October next the subscriber will
i ;i il )')L, Classical and English, on Dick St.
i -..l : mi-i ".fully solicits the patronage of parents and
j:i- r ilaus.
i'erins. SS to SI2 per quarter.
For further information upplv to
Aug. 28 -2t T1IOS. A. E. EVANS.
REMOVAL.
THE Subscriber has Removed to the Store one door
Ea?t of H A' E. J Lilly"?, where he hops to meet all
nis oM friends and to nia'-ie many new friends and
customer-. G. W. I- GOLDSTON.
Angu-t 2S, 1838. -tf
. together in the practice of Law. under the
name and stylo of CAMERON ANO
SHAW, will attend the County and Superior
Courts of Moore, Montgomery, Anson. Richmond,
and Robeson. All business entrusted to them will
receive their careful and prompt attention.
Address Cameron and Shaw, Attorneys at Law,
Rockingham, Richmond ounty, N. C.
John W, Cameron. John D. Shaw.
May 1, 1858. ly
Congress Water, for sale by
Aug. 15 63-tf
HOUSE, LOT, AND NEGRO.
THE undersigned wishing to close ap their old busi
ness, oner tor sale tne tiutsii e lui on iiay mount
formerly occupied by Major Gilmore. Also, a NE
GRO BOY 14 years of age; having tried him for the
ast five months, we can recommend him as an excel
ent servant, both for house or out doors, sold for no
fault, but to close oldbnsiuess.
F. N. & J. H. ROBERTS.
May 8, 100-tf
TH E N O RT 1 1 -CAllOLIN A
S. J. HINSDALE.
O -apon Bonds for Sale.
r i. .Vestern Rail Road Co., have for sale in
uui.iiials to suit purchasers.
i i OOfl of t,,e Coupon Bonds of the
7 Cf jVf vJKJ County of Cumberland, bear-
interest, payable smi-annuully
on
run-
;r cent
m 1st June and the 1st of December, and
i:ng :J0 years.
'J.).tl i) of the Coupon Bonds of the Town of
P vverteville, bearing 6 per cent interest, payable
.-eit-iiimually on the 1st January and the 1st July,
ana running U) years.
These b'.iids were issued in accordance with law
t. the Western Rail Road Co , to pay the County
and Town subscriptions respectively.
Persons having money will find these bonds (at
the price the Co is selling thein) a better invest
ment in any Bank Stock in the State.
For terms applv to
C. B. MALLETT, Esq, Pres't.
or JNO. M. ROSE, Treas'r
Western R. R. Co.
March G. 1858. 92-tf
negroes; and land for sale
The Subscriber having Concluded to change his
thirty negroes
and the
business, offers for sale
whole ot nis Lanas.
The negroes are all young, and in families, and
will be sold in families, or all together.
The lands lie on the East side of tho Cape Fear
River, in Bladen County, twenty miles below Fay
etteville; embracing (2,508) twenty five hundred
and eight acres, which may be devided into four
tracts, with improvements in the way of cleared
land and houses on each. The principal dwelling
is large and comfortable, having eight rooms with
a fire place in each. A man of large capital may
make a fine investment here. There is a suffi
ciency of cleared land to produce 7000 bushels of
c.ini, an-1 a large quanity of good land to be cleared.
This property will be offered privately Untill the
fir.-: nf O -t. If not sold by that time, which will
ie in 'icated by a continuance of this advertisement
iil the 2u 1 day of Nov., when the whole will be
effi'iv i :it public auction at my residence commenc
i'li with the land on the 2nd day of November and
TMiiMi.u'ng on from day to day, till the above prop
rr v with ;i nn stock of cattle, hogs, horses, mules,
u i rhe entire crop are all disposed of.
Terms Ki.eral and made known at sale.
. W. D. FEARS ALL.
t -scrctt V. O , Bladen co., N.'C, Julj 31. -if
RROSPECTUS:
THF SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY
. AMD
Cape Ftar and Deep River Advertiser.
HAVING FAILED FOR THE WANT
of patronage, in the publication of Stedtnan's
Magazine," I propose to publish at Fittsbo
rouih, North Carolina, a Free and Independent
(weekly) Paver, to be entitled,
The Southern Confederacy; and Cape Fear
and Deep River AdvertiserJ
To be devoted to Politics, Literature, Internal
Improvements, Domestic and Foreign
JYetcs, Agriculture, Commerce, .
Manhfaetures, Mineral Re
sources the Markets,
$:., i$-c, ij-c,
embracing every thing of Public interest,
I shall, with perfect freedom, discuss Fede
ml Politics: all Questions of Sate uoliey. and
every issue in which theinUre;-S of the Soutl
.ire involved, untrammelled by Jriattorms ac
knowledges no allegiance to any party, fur
ther than redounds to the prosperity of North-
Carolina and the Southern States.
I shall, with unfaltering energy, devote my
self to the interests of my native State, (North
Carolina. whose dormant resources, if devel
oped, would render her in point of wealth, the
"Empire State" ol the toutn.
The Southern Confederacy; and Cape Fear
and Deep River Advertiser, will be emphatical
lv in tone, what the former clause of the title
denotes, and as indicated by the latter clause
be a general advertising medium; and, devoted
to the. interest of oith-Uaroliiia, it will un
ceasingly and earnestly urge the improvement
and development of that portion of the State
which is watcreu uy cape rear ana ueej
Rivers.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION rTYABLE l- ADVANCE
1 copy for one year, $2
3 copies " ; 5
6 ' " " 9
12 " " " 16
To be issned as soon as the necesary arrange
ments can be effected.
A. J. STEDMAN,
Pittsboro,' June 19 Editor and Proprietor.
p. s. I would be plesse to furnish "The
Southern Confederacy; and Cape Feer and
Deep River Advertiser" to the subscribers to
"Stepman's Magazine," and especially to those
who have paid their subscriptions.
If however, those who paid in advance for
the Magazine do not wish to patronize "The
Southern Confederacy; and Cape Feer and
Deep River Advertiser" the amounts by them
paid will be promptly returned, on the receipt
of an order to that effect
A. J. STEDM AN,
Late Editor and Proprietor of
"Stedman's Magazine."
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-! ' them. Yours respectfully,
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on vho is sffering from Fits, or Spasm?,
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6aa aucauuiu rrrp oration.
SECOND VULXJME
OF THE
BEAUFORT JOURNAL,
A Commercial & Family Paper,
Published in Beaufort, ir. C.
THE "Beaufort Journal" Commenced its
Second Volume, on the 12th of April, 185S.
The Journal being the only paper published on
Beaufort Harbor, ancl the only one devoted to
its interest, the editor appeals to all who feel
an interest in that locality, to give their sup
port to his paper. The Editor makes no hol
low promises that his paper shall be the best
in the country for the price, or that there will
bu any extra display of talent in its Editorial
Columns, as is frequently the case in issuing
prospectuses for country papers, but he does
pledge himself to publish a good paper one
worthy of a liberal support from the people of
the State. It is the design of the Editor to
innke the Journal a first class Commercial Pa
per, to give reports of the Markets, Foreign
and Domestic, the Latest Nws, &c.
The Journal will continue as heretofore, In
dependent on all subjects. It will take sides
with no political party, but will advocate such
measures as are thought best calculated to pro
mote the interest of the country and of our
State. As to the different localities in this
vicinity, it is not onr object to show partiality,
but to advocate the claims of Beaufort Harbor
and leave Beaufort, Morehead and Carolina
Cities, to stand on their own merits believing
that more good can be accomplished iti this
way, than in discussing the claims or advan
tage of localities;-and we appeal to the citizens
those interested, and to the friends of these
places, to give us their support.
The completion of the Atlantic & North
Carolina Railroad is near at hand, and it is
very important that the only paper published
on this Harbor should be widely circulated, in
order that its Commercial advantages may be
come better known. Persons at a distance,
who feel an interest in this place will find the
Journal to be very interesting, as we shall be
careful to give all local news of any importance.
terms:
One Copy one year, $2,00
Five Copies " 8,00
Ten " " " 15,00
The getter up of the club will bo entitled to
one copv gratis.
Advertisements inserted at the usual rates
A liberal deduction made for yearly advertise
ments. All communications must be addressed to
JOHN MCHOSL Ed. & Pro.
Baufort'X C.
June 26, 1858. tf
MA GA ZINE OF USEF UL
IN FORMA TION. :
The undersigned proposes to publish in the
City of Raleigh, a semi-annual Journal, of the
above title, devoted exclusively to the dissemi
nation of statistical! mtormation.
The want of such a Journal is felt by every
intelligent citizen, who desires to become at all
accpuainted with the resources of the State, our
present condition, future prospects, c, ana Dy
none so much as by our Legislators.
That we have no regular system of statistics,
cannot be attributed to any waut of material.
There are larcre amounts of valuable and inter
esting information scattered through our Legis
lative and Executive Documents and Records,
which, in their present situation, for all practi
cal purposes, might as well be in the 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 incoa-
venieut to find when wanted, that the facts are
soon forgotten. 1 he same may be said of the
Reports and Statements trom 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
patronage.
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, Fisneries, 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 Fund, Superintendent
of Common Schools, and all other btate Offi
cers and Boards; as also, Statements and Re
ports of the condition and 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
ained to pay the expenses of publicatow. The
numbers will contain each, not less than 150
pages closely printed matter, making a book of
300 pages, or more, to which will be added a
full aud complete index.
Terms: THREE DOLLARS per annum
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS, for six
months; payable when the first number is ready
for publication, which fact will be duly announced
in the public Newspapers.
!3FThose persons intending to patronize the
Journal, will send their names to the undersigned
without delay, as it is desirable to issue the first
number as soon as possible.
QTJENT. BUSBEE,
Raleigh, N. C. Jan. 1, 1658.
T 1 ... Ankmet
JCMlie Kjvmjruit
. . ft I ).ss it m
Diseases of tne oex,.
Arising from Excess and Imprudence in lite, and re
movincall Improper Discharges irom
Sefsr'or SeLf Organs, whether existing ,n
. . ' ., mv have originated, and
Fromwnawverr HeaUh and
"?ma"efu'r""" .T and bloom to the Pallid Cheek
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED!!!
T. .t. .nd Debilitated Sufferers, and re-
movee alithe Symptoms, among which will be foun I
Indisposition
to Exertion, Loss of
Power, Loss of Memory,
Difficulty of Breathing, Gen
eral Weakness, Horror of Dis
ease, Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Dreadful Horror of Death, Night
Sweats, Cold Feet. Wakefulness, Dim
ness of Vision. Languor, Universal Las
situde of the Muscular System, antf often
Enormous Appetite, with Dyspeptic Symptoms
Hot Hauds. Flushing of the body, Dryness ot
the Skin, Palled Countenance and Erup
tions on the Face, Pain in the Back,
Heaviness of the Eyelids, frequedtly
Black Spots Flying before the Eyes.
With Temporary Suffusion and
Loss of Sight. Want of Atten
tion, Gleat Mobility, Rest
lessness, with Horror
ot Society
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Solitude, and nothing they more Dread
for Fear of Themselves; no Repose
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the paiienl may expire. Whe can say that these ex
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diseases-Insanity and Consumption? The records of
the Insane Asylums, and the melancholy deaths by
SShsumption. bear ampie win ".
assertions. In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy
exhibition appears. The countenance is actually sod
den and quitedestitute-neither Mirth or Gr ef ever
visits it. Should o souuu im .j
articulate.
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Works of Jlcdieine.
MEDICAL COLLEGB OF GEORGIA,
AT AUGUSTA.
The Twenty-Sixth course of Lectures in this Insti
tution, will commence on Monday, the 2d November
next.
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy , G. M. Newton, M.D.
Anatomy, II F Campbell, M. D.
Siiirtrerv. L. A. Dnm. 11. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L. D. Ford.M.Di
Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Junspru
dence. I P Gravin. M.D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infants, J. A.
Eve, Mi D.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, H. V. M
Miller. M.D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy, Alex. Means, M D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy, R Campbell, M. D.
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, SjBj Simmons.
M.D.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered in the City Hos
pital and at tne Jackson street Hospital.
Fee for whole Course, $105.
Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once,) $5
For further particulars apply to any member Of
the Faculty, or to I. V; tiKAYIN, Dean
Sept 5th, 1857. 66-tf
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This remedy bas never in a single case failed in
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headache languor, debility, pains in the head, side and
back, loss of appetite, costiveness, Ac,, are some of the
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Be sure and gel the genuine, which has my sign
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dressing J. S. SHEPPARD, West Fourth street Cin
8incinati, and enclosing SI, and the remedy will be
ent 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 $2. All letters of inquiry must contain a pos
tage stamp to ensure an answer.
J. S. SHEPPARD.
Sole Proprietor, Cincinnati. O.
August 1, 1857. . 61-ly
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sent to one address for S9; four copies of' the Ip
Reviews and Blackwood for $30; and so on.
POSTACE
In all the principal Cities and Towns: these wnrl ,
,ill be delivered. FREE OF POSTAGE 1 I
ent by mail, the Postage to any part oi the L,ii !i
1
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!!
FOR TUG TRADE OR PRIVATE I'SE.
Furniture Manufacturers,
35 BOWEHY, NEW YORK.
to 6 00 ei.u
13 60 to 26 00
5 00 to 12 00
Terms ash. 0:e Price Only. fU
TTurpfnfnrp we hnvp nisi 11 n frt e 1 11 rel n n (1 sotrl f
exclusively at wholesale. We are now prepared
to otter a well assorted stock at retail, at a sa
ving of from twenty to thirty per cent, to the
Consumer.
W 1T7A nnw fnr Hnlo
5 Mahogany Chairs, spring seats.
M upholstered in liair cloth,
from $2
rJ Mahogany Sofas, spring seats,
g upholstered in hair clotii,
from
Mahogany Rocking chairs,
snriug seats, upholstered
in hair-cloth, from
Mahogany easy Chairs,
jp, on castors or rockers, up-
bolstered in haircloth.
-50 Mahogany Tete-a-tete, np-
bolstered in hair-Cloth, 15
53 Masosany Tete-a-tete Sofas,
a upholstered in hair cloth 25 00 to -15
MAItni.E AM) MAHOGANY TOP Tables,
in great variety of styles, qualities and prices. H
4 BUREAUS, Half Marble and Wood Top, with K,
3 or without Classes, witu w asn -stands to match.
Also, Wardrobes, IJedsteads, Sideboards. Hall
Stands, Book Cases, Lounges, Etegeres, Corner
Stands and Book Shelves.
V OFFICE ilKftiTL llhDesfcs, Tables and
Chairs.
All the above goods in black waluut or oak at
the same prices.
LOK SUll,in Kosewood, unholstered
ch Brocatelle, Satin Damask, Satin and
11 00 tt IS
00 to 35
00
00
00
g PARL
M in Freoc
Plush.
The same in JilacK walnut, the frames of
which are stained in varnishing, making a beau
inui iuij lauuu, wm ujicuuicieu in me same
goods, make a snowy appearance at a much low
er drice.
In our establishment can be found a great va
iety of Fancy Chairs, in Rosewood, Mahogany
any.
and K lac K v ainui. i nruisu Smoking Chairs. Re--Jclining
Chairs, Hall .Chairs. Voltaire Chairs
MM o .ml ic tl... . .1
li 1. . 1 j uuv. "I' " in. V.I 11 iji an n i
H SPRING BED. fl
Known as Tucker's Patent This article WeC
would particularly recommend, it having beenLj
9 fully teste 1, and found upon trial to be the best H
r opiing uuiiuui ever iiiveniea.
W CONCLUSION.
n Parties who are not able to personally select
mc jjuuusiuej maj ui.,uan aepena upon hav--J
care, and
were nre-
!
3 the selection of any Household Goods they may
Kg want, and as we should purchase from First
r Hands, a saving will thereby be made which the
'i custwier wonld have the benefit of.
fO Aag. 1, 1657. 61-ly
ing their orders filled with as much
j their interest studied, as though tney
sent; ana to sucn we aiso oner onr services forH
One hundred Dollars will be paid to any Physician
who can prove that the Medicine ever iujured a Pa
ilcnt; nud the testimony ot I -housands can be produced
to prove that it does great good. Cases of from one
week to thirteen years' standing have been effected.
The mass of Voluntary Tesiuiony in possession of
tho Proprietor, vouching its virtues and curative pow
ers, is imense, embracing names wen Known to
cience and ame.
100.000 Bottles have been Sold and not a single
instance of a failure has been reported!
Personally appeared before me. an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, II. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who
being duly sworn does say, that his preparation con
tains no Narcotic. M"rcury or injurious Drug, but are
purely Vegetable.
( 1 . 1 . nriij.iiDvyiii. ouic ..i uu i iiii er.
Sworn and subscribed before uie this 23d day of No
vember. 1854 W. P. U1B15AKO. Alderm'n
PRICE: $1 per Bottle, or &ix tor 53, uenvered to
any Address, accompanied by rename ana responsible
Certificates from Professors of Medical Colleges. Cler
gymen and others. frepured and sold by
- it ni 1 1 17 T imni rv
xi. i . ii ciu.Hiiin. u ,
Practical and Analytical Chemist.
No 52 South Tenth St., below Chestnut, Assembly
Buildings. Phila.
j-Beware or uoumerieiis. ask lor iieimnoirt's
Take no other. Cures Guarantied,
line is. 1&S7. lv
I) 11
V. R.
Griffin, Qa., 1856.
All persons afflicted with Cancer,
Tumors. Wens, Scrofula, Scald-Head,
Tetter. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, OtorrLce
Ulcers of all kinds, together with all
other chronic diseases, can avail themselves of Dr.
Mosely's services at Grillin. Ga. Office on 8th St.
"TERMS: All persons are required to
pay their fees in advance, or give their notes
with references. So case wiil 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
bat very little paiu, in most cases. All cases
of CANCER are required to be under my
immediate care and supervision from one to
six weeks. Communications strictly private
and promptly answered. Address W. K
Mosely, M. D., Gr'ffin, Ga.
SCIRRHCS BREAST CIS BE CURED!!
LET THE PUBLIC READ.
In mercy to the afflicted, aud the gratitude and high
opinion I entertain of Dr Moseley, as a Surgeon and
Physician, 1 deem it my duty to mention the case ot
my wife, hoping at the same time that allpersonssimi
larly afflicted may be benefitted by it. In the fore
part ol 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 a
a-.owmA muss, and very painful. I procured the best
medical aid in the city of Rome, and notwithstanding
the earnest and faithful attention of the most skilful
..inianii. she continued to grow worse and worse
nntil thev cave the case up as incurable, and advised
amputation. I was advised by many of my friends, to
visit Dr W. R.Moseley, of Griffin, Ga., which I did,
,,i astonishing as it may seem, he had her entirely
enred within one month! and she is now in good
kuaittitt T would advise all who are afflicted with Scir
rhus and Cancerous affections, to visit the Doctor with
out delay, as I am satisfied by experience and obser
.( that he is the most skilful physician in the
ssnntbern States, in the treatment of that horrible dis
er8e-Cancer WM. H. MITCHELL,
ease M. E MITCHELL.
Daughter of J. W.Bradbury, Rome.
June 20. 1857. ly
The Approaching Fourth. Everybody is making
orenaratioMS of some kind for the proper observance
f tbp Tllorious Fonrtb." Some will go atoroad. and
some will stay at home, other? will remain sober ; some
Will don military ntuTorms. while the great nrajOTity
will wear such plain clothes as are 1 ecomingto respec
table and natriotic private citizens. n course tne
oreatmassof these people will get their garments at
Hip Brown Store Clothing Hsll of Rockhill & Wilson
Nos. 603 and 605 (new style) Chesnut street, above
Sixtjiy n,is5r. er-.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR,
Circulation, over iqO.OOO Copies
Weekly I
25 W TM ESSES, or the
FORGER CONVICTED.
J Oliy S. DYE IS THE AUTHOR,
Who has had ltf years experience as a Banker and
Publisher and Author of a series of Lectures at the
Broadway Tabernacle when for 10 successive nights,
over 50.000 People" greeted him with Rounds
of Applause, while he exhibited the manner in which
Counterfeiters execute thoir Frauds, and the surest and
shortest metfns of detecting tiem!
The Bank Note Engravers ai2 say that he is the
greatest Judge of Paper Money living-
GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
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Describing every Genuine Bill in existence and ex
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E.jglish, French and Gkkmik.
Thus each may read the same in his own native
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Most perfect Bank Note List published.
Also, a List of all the Private Bankers in America.
A complete summary of the Finance of Europe and
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with all the important News of the day. Also, a series
of tales from an old manuscript found in the East. It
furnishes the most complete history of
ORIENTAL LIFE,
describing the most perplexing positions n
which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that country have
been so often found. These Stories will continue
throughout the whole year, and will prove the most
entertaining ever offered to the public.
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year, am metiers must e aaaresseci to
jutim s. DYE, Broker,
Publisher and proprietor, 70 Wall Street,
rfew lork.
April 25, 1857. ly.
w
sent
States will be
for Blackwood
for each of the
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and
Review s
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THE PARMEIDS GUIDE
To Scientific and Practical Agriculture
By Henry Stephens F. R. S.. of E Jinlurgl,, ,
the late J. P. Norton Professor of .cientilic A t rie u
- - iiavtn. z vol
uciavu. juuo pages, ana numerous Wood
Engravings.
This is, confessedly, the most complete wt rk o
Agriculture ever published, and in order to the it
wider circulation the publi.-hers have resolved to -duce
the price to
Five Dollars for (he two Vi M u rs "
When sent by mail (post-paid) to Culiloiuia m,.
Oregon the price will be 7 dollars. To tverv otht,
part of the Union, and to Canada (post-paid t dollars
This work is not the old "Book of the Fai m "
Remittances for any of the above publication? J oul.
always be addressed post-paid, to the PuMitf rs
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OF THE
SOUTI1ERS LITERARY MESSENGER
For the Year 1856. July to December.
fWEJlTY-THIRD VOLUME.
In issuing the Prospectus of the Twenty-Third Vol
ume of the SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER,
commencing with the July No., the Proprietors rely
solely on the encouraging letters and promises of the
friends of the Messenger to aid them in exteadiiur its
circulation, and they beg to assure the public that no
exertions will be remitted on their part to maintain
the high character of the work, and to challenge the
patronage ef all woo value sterling literary merit.
For Twenty -One Years, the Messenger has endeavored
to reflect faithfully the Southern mind, while disdainiug
all narrow and sectional views, and bas been alone
among the monthly periodicals of America, in oefence
nT the fKUUUAK 1S1TIU11UAS 1'UJS
SOUTHERN STATES.
To this office it will be devoted, and will be prompt
to repel assaults upon the South, whether they come
under the specious garb of fiction, or in the direct form
of anti-slavery pamphlets. At this critical juncture,
while our enemies are employing literature as their
most potent weapons of attack, the Southern people
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work whose aim it shall be to strike blows in their de-.
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The Messenger will, as heretofe, present Its readers
totA Reviews, Historical and Biographical
Sketches, Novels, Talcs, Ttavds, Essays, Poems,
Critiques, and Papers on the Army, Navy and
other National Subjects.
With a view to ensure a larger circulation of the
MESSENGER, the Proprietors though they intend
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the price of Supscriptioa, which is now only
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The Editorial and Critical department of the Mes
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And will embrace copious notes -on current literature
and reviews of all new American or Foreign works of
general interest and value. The Editor's opinions will
be always fearlessly and honestly avowed.
The Business Department is conducted by the under-
stgnea, to wnom an communications oi-a ousiness na
ture mustbe addressed.
MACFARLANE. FERGUSSON '& CO.
Law Building, Fraaklii. Street, Richmond. Ya
Juael, 1656
Inhalation in CoiiMuitpf icii.
BRONCHITIS LARYNGITIS, and ether Dir
eases of the Chest wid Tbrout. succelnllv heat
ed by the Inhalation of Medicated Vapors ai.il l oa ders,
by absorption and constitutional treatment ar
practised at the Stuyvesaut Medical Institute Neit
York City. '
The unprecedented success which has attended thi
method of treating dieitiEef of tLe Liu.s m.d ILicaJ
has induced us to depart frtm onr usual tcui c
jind ourselves of the columns of the press, in ,iiUr to
bring it to the knowledge of fuch as n:ay le lelotir.
under or predisposed to tucii afltclicii. 'iLe dev. n
of a brighter day has at lentitL nimed fir tLc Con
sumptive; the doctrine ol tLe iiicurabiiJiy of etnu.n p
tion having at lengfh passed away. We have h.eUilir
table proofs in our poescidii tl,at i:oGcuiti-tioii in alf
its stages can be cured! in the fir.t. Iy ttilei tular ab
sorption; in me secona, uy tne Ueosfoi 'matioi.p of the
tubercule into chalky and calcarrr.ns cni.rn ;. it,
the third by cicatrices, or tears. ThbM- vtCdet! t..
the opinions of ihe past may a.'f erf. tit at ".vks
consumption is incurable, tucb are Itiiarf iUe a' a
To all, this great truth mast be anna rent ,u.
medicines inhaled in the form of upoi or Powder di
rectly into the , Lungs, mut be much b.oi efiectixt
than that taken into the Stomach, vhrr.. u.
does not exist. The advantage of luhalntim, i.
sumption and Throat diseases is, that medicine ia IJie
iorm oi vapor is appuen airectly to the Lungs, wBemr
the di&eise exists: the stomach ic thus Ifft tr. mi-.a
in restoring health, by administerii g to it a healthy .
iiiegtiiiig iou. Auere is no case so hopeless that In
hamt'Oii will not reach! The nieaL's. too. on- t .,
within the reach of all. the manner of admiiiit-tcring
the Vapors being so simple that ihe invalid is nevei
required to leave home, where the hand of frieiidcuip
and affection tends so much to aid the ihysician's
effortt
The Inhalation method is soothing, safe and ready
and consists in the administration of tied .cine in huch
manner, that they are conveyed into the I ur.gs in
the form of vapor and produce their action at thete-.l
of the disease. Its practical success is destined to re
volution ize the opinions oi the medical world and
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, aud no longer apply n,edieine
to the unoffending stomach. I claim lor Inbalatioc
a place amongst the priceless gifts that nature and
art hath given us. that "onr day may be long in the
land," and as the only ark of safety for the cotifiimp
tive; a method not only rational, but sin.ple and effi
cacious. Such of the profession that have adopted
Inhalation have found it. efficacious in the hif fcett de
gree, erresting the progress of the ditxa- and work
ing wonders in many desperate cases, in verdity. a
signal triumph of our art over this fell destroyer ol
our species.
Note. Physicians wishing To make thews-elves ac
quainted with our practice, are inf'oin:d that, out
time being valuable, we can only rej.lv. eg to icgre
dientsosed, tosuch letters as contain fii fee.
The fee in all cases of Pulmonary afleetmns will be
$10. on receipt of which the necessary tr.edicines and
instruments win oe iorwaracd.
Applicants will slate age. sex, married or single, Low
lone affected, if any hereditary disease 'exists in the
family, and the symptoms generally. lief the nam
town and State be plainly written. I'ostvce for re
turn answer must be enclosed. Letters, when regis
tered will be at our risk. All letters must I e address
ed to. WALLACE MERTOl'N. M. D.
S, M. Institute, New York Citv
75-Cm J
Nov. 12,
WHISKEBAND0.
Warranted to force the Moustache and Whislrpra
grow strong and luxuriant in one month, where tb r
was none oeiore. i twin not stain or injure the skin
$1 per bottle. Sent to all parts of the countrv rti re
ceipt of price. Receipt for making f 5.
. Dr. S. P. SHFI.ION.
tig. 8th, 1857. New York
NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE,
This Great Journal of Crime and Criminals re in H
13th Y'ear, and is widely circulated throughout th
country. It is the first paper of the kiifd Published
in the United States, and is distinctive in its charac
ter. It has lately passed into the haDds of Geo. W.
Matsell & Co, by whom it will hereafter be conduct
ed: Mr Matsell was formerly Chief of Police ot New
York city, and he will no doubt render it one of tbe
most interesting papers in the country. Its edito
rials are forcPbly written, and of a character that
should command Cor the paper universal support.
E5U Subscriptions, $2 per Annum; $1 for Six
Months, to be remitted by Subscribers, (who should
write their names and the town, county and state where
they reside, plainly.)
To GEO. W. MATSELL & CO.
Editors and Proprietors j the
National Police Gazette,
New York CMnr
Sun T6, 188 ly
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