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.r. W. LETT
calved a larM and creneral STOCK Or
ited to the FALL, and WINTER trade,
ilTar or a choice selection of
, . i . tm v finAne.
and Shoes, with almost evervthinedesirablein
Jn. line.
i
OCERIES always to be had
mC- Goods sol
GTT'it
st prices lor CASH, or ex-
changed fo
uce.
ly-pd
s
August
OLZ) DOMWIOJr
FEE POT.
ofNew York, in hisonrna of Healt'1
1858, say: "We command the Old Do
te Pot to all lovers of cood colfee, as we
Ei'jytnoTOlJiat it is one 'fr,'new things"
to tire piRJjc in which no impVVon is prac-
wjyt-u uas me uouuie ouciiys oi science
ii sense." 4
at the Urockerv Store, i'rices:
RT. l35r
li QUARTS. SI. 75; '
2 QUARTS.
3 QUAlOte, S25.
4rWiTS, $3.0
Bay one if you like good
etl. rrPsjrnA ST
15 R:E3W-.AJ
unaway from the Subscriber
pr on the lfr
July, last, the followincr n
m r . ... a
II 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ii i
-,TWy fonnerTy Ix-longee! to
Alexander McCollister, doc'd, and at his sale were
purchased by the Subscriber.
Said negroes are supposed to be lurking in that
vicinity, or in the vicinity of Archibald McLean's,
Harnett county, who owns Eliza's mother. The
aboye Reward will be given to any person taking
ud said negroes, and informing the subscriber at
Tejbinth, Cumberland Co., X. C.
DANIEL. L. SMITH.
August 23, 1856. tf
FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL.
THIS SEMINARY OF LEARNING, :ne...
riorated with Collegiate powers by the Legislature
of the State, is provided with a full corps of expe
rienced Teachers, new Chemical and Philosophical
Apparatus, and the usual facilities for the acqui
sition of knowledge.
The Seventh Session will commence on the first
Monday in October. For further information ad
dress the Principal. WM. K. 13LAKE.
Aug. 10, 185. 2m
I SHE Subscribers having associated themseives
-H together in the practice of Law, under the
name ami style of CAMERON AN?
SIIA."V, will iitteud the County and Superior
Courts of Moore, Montgomery, Anson, IJichniond,
and Robeson. All business entrusted to them will
receive their careful and prompt attention.
Address Cameron and Shaw, Attorneys at Law,
liockingham, Richmond Countv, N. C".
Joii;j W. Camekox. Joirx D. Shaw.
May 1, 18.53. ly
Coupon Bonds for Sale.
The Western Rail Road Co., have for sale in
amounts to suit purchasers.
0 01)0 of the Coupon Bonds of the
V ' County of Cumberland, bear
ing 7 per cent, interest, payable s-nii-annuallv on'
the 1st Juno and the 1st of December, and "run
ning' 20 years.
$90,000 of the Coupon Bonds of the Town of
Fayetteville, bearing 0 per cent interest, payable
semi-annually on the 1st January and the 1st July,
and running 20 yenrs-
These bonds wero issued in accordance with law
to 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 them) a better invest
ment than aiij- Rank Stock in the State.
For terms apply to
C. 15. MALLETT, Esq, Prt.
or JN0. M. ROSE, Treas'r
Western R. R. Co.
March G, lc
02-tf
NEGROES AND LAND FOR SALE.
The Subscriber having Concluded to chance his
business, offers fur sale thirtv nee-rocs and the
whole of his Lands.
The negroes are nil young, and in families, and
will be sold in families, or all together. i
The lands lie on the East sMo ,f the Cape Fear
River, ia Bladen County, twenty miles below Fav- !
ttteville; embracing (2,508) tvventy five hundred j
and eight acres, which may be divided into four)
niti-.is, nun iiupiovemejiLs in mo way ot cieured
l.md and houses on each. The principal dwelling
is large and comfortable, having eight rooms with
a fire place in each. A man of large tnpitjil mav
make a line investment here. Tlif-re is, a suffi
ciency of cleared land to produce 7000 bushels of
corn, and a large quantity of good land to be cleared.
This property will be offered nrivateW until iW.
first of Oct. If not sold by that time, "which will
be indicated by a continuance of this advertisement
till the 2nd day of Nov., when the whole will be
offered at public auction at my residence commenc
ing with the land on the 2nd dav of November
continuing on from dny to day, till the above prop
erty with a fine stock of cattle, hogs, horses, mules,
and the entire crop are all disposed of.
Terms liberal and made known at sale.
W. D. PEARS ALL.
Descrett P. O . Bladen co.. X. C, .Tni ai tf
, - - . - .
READ THIS!
a. Hollander's testimox
lacoD itinsKes. living in tne Holland seTTieinC
E'wygan, vv isconsm.says: "Attersuneringforsoni
tu i misery attenuing an utter prostration of m
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PcecrhaJjKiependent
r. tt I h ive leen curnrnil Tut ,tditi
LSlfters, to perfect health."
bth";s remedy boing in such high reputt
IIUII HUW, MIUUUI.I n III II l1IIHBH I I I (TH II . IVI'W
WVT. 11 , . I - - . . .... - .
i orn,in wci in every no nana settlement l atue rniteti
States a""fitues much in its favor. f
iryi lor juronic or xxervous ueinlitv, I hut
nervous or Rheumatic. Neuralgic afection
CAN EPILirSY BE CUREI
We think the following letter from a respectable
citizen of Mississippi will answer the question, and
remove all doijLts from every unbiased mind;
fjA..GnKYADA. Miss., JJe 5, 1855
Dr. Seth S. iiSace. Baltimore Md. Djfr Sir: I take
great pleasarein relatinga case of spasms or fits, cured
by your invaluable Piils. My brother J. J. Ligon.
has long been afflicted with this awful disease. He
vas first attacked while quite yonng, He would have
one or two 'spasms at one attack at first: hut as he
prrew old;r. they seemed to increase likewise. Up to
the time he commenced taking your Pills.be had them
jjg-y often ami quite severe, prostrating him body and
ilrTnd. His mind had suffered seriously; hut now; I
.am happy to say he isiij"d of those' fits. He has
ijoyert fiae health foituelast five months past. Hi
fcm;)! has also returned to Us original snriehtliness
11 this I take great pleasure in communicating a ;
ll will curethem. Ynnrsresnectfullv. A"S.
n win 'iv L. senriinor to iir nance, alter tni rr-
aunDWVTl nrTi'iestimahti TnArlie.inn. Tlis nririen n
mail free on the receipt of he remittance. AddretP
Seth S. Hance. 108 Raltimore. M.
HELMBOLD'S COMPOUND FLl ID EXTRACT
A a remedy for Diseases of the Bladder, F idney''
3vel. Dropsy. TTeakneFS. &c., has no equal Read
h advertisement iq another column heiflcf Hem'
bbl6?8 Gcnuiiifi Pretarati'bis.
COPPSE, TIN & SHEET IRON
MAN UF ACTORS.
JAMES MART1NE, still continues to manufacture
everything in the abovs line at his old stand on Hay
Street. Job work done with despatch. -J-
Sept. 10 1838 3m. (Town paperscopy 3m. -
This Company baa been ia operation more than
Ave years, and has paid its loases, amounting to
$19,125 85, without any assessment: insurance aver
aging its members about i per cent.
Policiesissued to 1st of May, 1858,2769.
Amount of property now insured, tl' ar "'
Amount premium cotes now oa hand, $22 4 yo
' . , 1. rtm;,Q rMoivpd $oi,Oll
111 CllltUUiO w v v. ,
DIRECTORS.
Geo. McNeill.
O. A. Ray,
H. Ij. Myrover
S. T. Hawley.
W. N. Tillinghast,
A. A. McKethau,
J. D. Williams,
Jas. G. Cook,
S. W. TilliughasJ
iicury jjiuy,
N. A Stedman,
S. J. Hinsdah?,
T. S. Gutter) oh,
Wm. McLaurin,
A. W. Steel;
Jas Kyle,
J. (J. Shepherd.
R.F.Brown, Wilmington,
Hall. Wilm'ngton.
OFFICERS-
GEO. UrfclL?.. President.
l. A. Ray. Vive-President
C. A. McMillan. Secretary
John Collins and C. McCrummeu, traveling
Agents.
The Company invite applications.
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SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY
AMD
Car.e Fear and Ieep River Advertiser.
HAVING FAILED FOR THE WANT
of patronage, in the publication of Stedinan's
Magazine," I propose to publish at Pittsbo
rough, Noi tli Carolina, a Free and Independent
(weekly) Paper, to be entitled,
The Sct'THERN- CoNFKPERACY: AND CaTE
Fear
ax! Deep River Apvertiser;
To be devoted to Politics, jMeralure, Jntcnial
Improvements, Domestic, and Foreign
JSeics, Agriculture, Commerce,
jSlani'ftictnre, Mineral A's-soit-'ces
the Markets,
6,-c, JfC,
embracing every thing of IVblic interest,
T slml! v.-ith nciTect freedom, discuss Fede
ral Polities; all questions of Srate policy, and
every issue in which the interests of the Soul!)
are involved, untrammelled by Platforms ac
knowledging no allegiance to any pany, fur
ther than redounds to the prosperity of North
Carolina and the Southern States.
I shall, with ut'iaitering energy, devote my
self to the interests of my natiTe State, (North
Carolina.) whose dormant resources, if devel
oped, would render her in point of wealth, the
"Empire State" of thj Houth.
The. Southern Ccnfcderacu; and Cave Fear
and Veep River Advertiser, will be emphatical
ly, in tone, what the former cianse ot the titie
denotes, and as indicated by the latter clause
be a general advertising medium; and, devoted
to the interest of North-Carolina, it w ill un
ceasingly and earnestly urge the improvement
and development of that portion of the State
which is watered by Cape Fear and Deep
Rivers.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION rVYABLE IN ADVANCE
1 copy for one year, $2
3 copies "
( "
12 " " "
To be issued as soon as the necesary
5
9
arrange-
ttients 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
Dekp River Advertiser" to the subscribers to
"Steuman's AZagazine," and especially to those
wlio have paid their subscriptions.
If, however, those who pa'd 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, oa the receipt
of an order to that tfeet '
A. J. STEDMAN;"
Late Editor and Proprietor of
"Stedmati's Magazine."
SKCOO VOLUME
OF THE
BEAUFORT JOURNAL,
A Commercial & Family Paper,
Published in Beaufort, JY. C .
THE "Beaufort Journal"' Commenced its
Second Volume, on the 1 2th of April, 1858.
The Journal being the only paper published on
Beaufort Harbor, and the onlv one devoted tu
its interest, the editor appeals
to all who
give their
feel
an interest in that locality, to
port to his paper. The Editor makes no
lov.- promises that his paper shall be the
in the country for the price, or that there will
bo anv extra display of talent in its Editorial
Columns, as is frequent ly the case in issuing
prospectuses for conn try papers, but he does
pledge himself to publish a good paper one
worthy of a literal, support from the people of
people of
Editor to
the"iXt, 'ffii the design of the
ti!iJP".siTUets
atest N?ws. &c
continue as heretofore. In-
all subjects.
It will take sides
with no political party, but will advocate such
measures as ore thought best calculated to pro
mote the interest of the country and of our
State. .As to the different localities in thi.s
-vTcinity, it is not our object to show partiality,
dio n ivocate the claims or ueauiori. riaroor
leave Beaufort, Morehead and Carolina
Ciiies to stand on their own merits ueuevinjj
that more nood can be accomplished in this
way. thau in discussing the claims or advan
tage of locaIities;-and we appeal to the citizens
those interested, and to the friends of these
places, to srive us thjiir support.
The completion oTthe Atlantic & North
Carolina Railroad is near at band, 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
.lonrnal to be very interesting, as we shall be
careful to give all local news of anj importance
terms: '"
One Copy one year, $2,00 V)
Five Copies " 8,00
Ten " 15,00 ?
The getter up of the club will bo entitled to
one copv gratis.
Advertisements inserted at the usual rates.
1
May 29 1858 lj
I , .1 llll I HWn 111
on
A liberal deduction made for yearly advertise
ments. All communications must lie addressed to
JOHN NICHOSL Ed. & Pro.
Beaufort -N C:
June 26, 1858.- tf
Tha Subscriber wishing to moveo the countj
fers for sals a good Dwelling jiouse; liar a.
other Out Houses, with about lb Acres ot i.ii
on Adam Street in Lower t ayeu-eviue ,
nmne.rtv will lii sold ehean and on libera
1
J. HA.
Appiy to
Fayetteville, Aug 21.
tf
fc,
MM
STARR WIIIIU
HAVE removed to the two brick Sttf$,i
endof the Fayetteville Hotel building, w
are now opening their
SECOND STOCK,
of Groods for this Spring.
recently seated by one of the firm in t ho
markets, wn'tch will be offered for sale tc -h
costoir.cis on tue usual terms f
All persons who wish " to buy GoiX
wil(l.BSALE..are respectfoHy, invitej3
examine" this stock, at. ouiwy stand,
Fayettevill'
notel btui
J. li. STAKK.J y-'f'W' - "
B. Stai
May 1st
. i j mi w k.
l j
HOUSE. LOT,. AND N Va
r uv. .iml.-rKirrfied wisliuisf to close p thoif
.offer foralehe HOUSE & I-OT on Ilay
-. nnnnii. 1 in- Mnbir Gilmore. Alo, a
miwvjiiiv i4 .rA15B?f ,(f htiviri!? tried him tor ii
fii o mnTuhs '-fcnimeu(l h as an ei.
lent servant, fcoth ton noSse or out d :4, sold for
ni.iD IdUurm: neR
FUR lsTOHTH-CA no 1 ,1 N
IX FORMA TIOX.
The undersigned proposes to publish in the
City of Raleigh, a seTis.i-annual3ocv.SAi., of the
above title-, devoted exclusively to the dissemi
nation of statistical! information.
The want of such a Journal is felt by every'
intelligent citizen, who desires to become nt all j
acquainted with the resources of the State, our I
present condition, futnrc prospects, and by
none so. much as by our Legislators. - !
That we have no regular system of si afistics, j
cannot be attributed ta any want of jiiaterial. j
There are large amounts of valuable and lister
esting information scattered tlitough 6nr Legis
lative and Executive 1 'ocuments ana Keconls,
which, in their present situation, for all
pructi-:
-
C hinese
eal purposes, might as well be in the
language. Resides what our Legi-dativc
archives contain, our newspapers often publish
valuable statistical intorniation, wrucn is eit:-.c-r
lost, or if preserved by a very few, is so incon
venient to find wher. wanted, that the facts are
soon forgotten. 7 he fame may be said of the
Reports" and Statements from time to time
made by oar incorporated companies and others
engaged in Manufactures, Mines, Commerce,
-e To collect these various items of informa
tion, and Cive them to the pub.ic m a shape
easy of reference and for perpetual preservation,
as well as to gather from ali available resour
ces, everything bearing directly or indirectly
on our wealth, prosperity ana immsiry, is
design of the Journal now
odcred h
Iuhlic !
patronage.
So far as the plan for conducting the same
has been matured, the pages ot the fc I Alia I
11 lie devoted to ti.e oiraiisement of such
w
tallies relatiiM' to our 1 u;u
latiori
Ani'icnlt ure.
Oonimerce. E.lneiitiot
i
,!;e
I m prove men t's,
:l il'i Social StO-
thfir condition
Manufactures, Fisneries, Mines,
tistics generaily, as win present
and our progress in each.
' It is also designed to contain the Reports
(coodensyi') of the Public 'jfVwsnror, Com
missioners of the .Sinking Fund, Superintendent
of Common Schools, and all other State Offi
cers and Eoard?; as also, Statements and Re
port; of the condition and progress of the vari
ous Railroad and Navigation Companies.
The Statist v. i'.l be put to press as soon as :
sufficient number of responsible names are ch
ained to pay the expenses of publla that. The
numbers w;!l contain each, not less than 150
pajres closely ninted matter, making a book of
300 papres, or more, to which will be added n
fall and complete index.
Terms: THREE DOELAIJS per avni m -ONE
DOI-LAI; AND I-IPTY CAl VPS. f'.r sx
MONTHS; av;iblp wiion tin.' tir-t number i.-s rt-udy
for publicatiiui. wl-.ioh fact will be duly arii.uiscci':
in the public New.-papers.
Tho.sc liers.oijs nitcutiniir to patromz
UiZO tin
-rsiirne
Journal, will sc-ud their name t- the uu
without delay, as it is desirable to issue the
number as soon as possible.
QUENT. KITsr.I
Ealeigh, N. C. Jan. I. lf.-8.
ii rst
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!!
FOUTHB TI1AIIK UU 1'UIVJTK I'SB.
F ii r n i tu re M an ufaei u rers.
3o P. iV IS. !i Yj -N K W : TO H.K..
Terms I ash. O; e Price Only.
-i Heretofore we have tnARufacturcd and sold
exclusively at wholesale. We are now prepared'
to offer a well assorted stock at retail, at a sa-j
viug of from twenty to thirty per cent, to the'
Consumer. i
We have now for sale '
Kahogany Chairs, spring seats.
upholstu
nt ir. hilir rlfil l
a from S2
."S Majiogany SoCts. spring seats,
to G 00
g
1 from
13 00 to 26 00
i Mahoaanj
id spring s
Mahogany Roeki&g chairs.
:ing seat, upholstercrt
hair-cloth, from 5 00 to 12 00
tasy Chairs. '
on castors or rocivers. up-
m bolstered in hiiir cloth, 11 00 tc 1
Mahogany Tcto-a-tete. np-
00
ii
bolstered in hair-Cloth, 1
00 to 35 00
S Magogapy Tete-a-tete -Sofas,
J upholstered in hair cloth 25 00 to 45 00 "
MARBIiEAM) M AHOG A St Y TOP Tables
In great variety of siyfes, tjualities and prices.
Vi BtraEAUS. Half Marble and "Wood Top. with
Cor"vitIout Glasses, wj--h Wwh -.-lands to niatch.
Areo, waiorooes, i.uusii'uus, Miiei-oard.-;, Iliillfj
Stands, Book Cases, Lounges. Etegeres, Coraia
in. i . ., .. .1 I -. . , . i - I,..', '
OliiUlUS rtllU llVi-rfk. -Ill- g
f OFFICE FU RN1TURE, Desks. Tables and h
r- uuairs. .
1.11 biJ-j v gwjio (UAj-ittt wu'UUk ul Uk it 9
liack v
Iffir?vVo'
! the same prices.
rV
f3 PARLOR SUITS., in
vain French Brocatelle, Satin
Da'iisk, Sa'-n.-J'-iiff
Plush. . . ..
The same in Black Walnut, the fraues ofk
which are stained iu varnishing, making a hpau-d
tiful imitation, anu upeoisicreu in the .--auie r.i
goods, make a showy appearance at a much low-Sf,
J CI ui ' "
O In our establishment can be found a great v
riety of Fancy Chairs, in Rosewood. Mahogany
and Black Walnut, Turkish Smoking Chairs'! He
jclining Chairs. IJall Chairs, Voltaire Chairs.
MCane Chairs, and also the Celebrated
S SPUING BED.
" Known as Tucker's Patent This article
M would particularly recommend, it having ,l
fullv teste.!, ana tonnu upon trial to ne tne iie.
Soring liOItom ever invtn
CONCLUSION.
select Erl
Parties who are not able tc personally
the goods thev mav want. can depend upon h:iv -
ing their orders filled with a- much care, and
thoiifh tr.pv were' r.vp -
fl
i. J ,..1. t,o otcn nlfcr linr utri.-in . fnv mtm
Qh Election of any Household Goods fhey may.
Hwant and as we "should purchase from First
lr Hands, a saving will thereby be aiade which the
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E. corner bth and Hamilton ts.. Philad..Pa.
ortauie Steam Enirines. on larmu .. -
nrue foratcm t. ' . , "ueeis, wim a
iih.Bp Pnmni,..., "7:. , memaooui
Z " .l.V,"u,ers' making 10 to 30
wisa !".er. xraers are hlled in frm a -.
rauu IOr Sale. TUo .nn-inou
jave tieen :n
use seven years, and in every instance
jT.de ffivengeneralsatisfaction
r. win De sent when applied for
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COHIPOIIID
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BECOli.
uj teases at tiu s-i 7
T- - . .
-j iith , i.iu.neys , irravet,
erth.-aess, uoscnictwiu, Secret
1-emale Complaints, and all
meaxes of tfi-e Sexual (ira-ni,.
rom Excess and Imprudence inlifeand re
's 'Improper Discharges from the Bladder
r P S.' MR I Ofrro no i-l - , - . f
' MALE OU FEMALE.
FrWu whatever cause they may have originated, and
...aHn ui i,uwi.jiiS iiuang: giving Health and
r.o tne irame, oloom to the Pallid Cheek.
JOY TO THE AFFT.Tr.Tv.it tn
;ires Nervous and Dehui'tated Sufferprs nn.i
11 . 1 : ' . ...
me isyinpioms, among wfeich will be foun 1
Indisposition
to Exertion, Loss of
Power, Loss oJIomory,
Difficulty of Bi?Bgpg', Gen
eral YVeaknessfbrror of Dis
easji. Nerves. .Tremblin'o-'
ijuaorror or ueatn, jiiht
LTfia Feet, WaktralneTlW-- ' '
anguT, UniveffhJ L3
,cnlar Systeiffainf often
with Rysia!Rllj'?ai"-Js.,.
?lllng of the lody-,JDryness
tiie Skiu. Palled Countenance and Irrup
tions on the Face, Pain in the Back, .
Heaviness of the Eyelids, frequently
ISlock Spots FlyinfeJse fore the Eyes.,
With Tomuovary Suffirsion and -'
Loss of SiVht. Want of Atten
tion. Gleat Mobility, Rest
lessness, witj Horror
of Society. "".
othir.T is more desirable to -such Patients than
Sofitudc. and nothing they more Dread
for Fear of Themselves; no Kepose
of Manner, no Earnestness, no
Speculation, but a Hurried
Transition from one
question to an
other. These svmptoms. if allowed to go on whieh this
medicine invariably removes 00.. .iouow ioss 01
1 Tower Fatuity and Epileptic tits m one ot whicn
;: '. .xp;re. Whe can say that these ex-
icwes are not frequently followed by these threlal
'i:8'"ics Inanitv aad Consumption? The records of
Hie In-ane Asyluins. and the melancholy deaths by
t:oii'niiTd.ion. Var ample witness to the trath of these
.ec-Sons In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy
xh-bHion appears. The count-nance is actu-slly sod-
i-n i.'i' quite destitute neuni-r .viirui or unu ever
visits it. 'should a sound of the voice occur, it is rarely
irtlov.iate.
'With woeful measures wan despair
Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled.'
D'bi'.itvi roost terrible! aaa has brought hou
i .uds upon thousanda to untimely graves, thus blast
! .-tbi- ambition of many noble youths. It can be
: . .red by the use of this INFALLIBLE REMEDY,
i if you are suffering with any of tbe above distressing
' m nts, the Fluid Extract Buclnt willcure you. Try
1 . ..-,1 i,J vim-ii of its efficiency. Beware of On.ick
v,tr..f. and Onat-fe Doctors, who falsely boast of
am) references. Citizens know aud avoid
ill ie ?ii-s. v.i v.n - -
ai and save Long Suffering. Money, and
ending or calling for a bottle of this Poj
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ia possession ot
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i i iaiense, embracioj
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P.ottts bare been Sold and not a s.ngle
sni-.ce of a failure has bef-n report, d!
"i-rsonallv appeared before me. an Alderman of the
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.N.vaulv sworn docs say, that his preparation con
ns no Narcotic, M'Tcary or injurious I'icg. but are
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Griffix, Ga., 1856.
' All persons afflicted with Cancer,
Tumors. Wvtis, Scrofula, Scald-Ifead,
Totter. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Otorrho?o
Ulcers ot ail liiuus.
together with ail
ther chronic diseases, can avail
loselv's services at Griihn. Ga.
themselves of Or.
Office on 8th st.
are required to
gisT-TERMS: Ail persons
pay their fees in advance, or give their notes
with references. No case'-wiil be undertaken
niiless it can be cured or admit of relief. Mv
j ! mode of practice in Cancer and Cancerous affec-
1 ;.- r ... : t. r. V. e ncni A1 till! tltifinr miiif lin
llOllS, la Itilwii i-ii iii- ' v. . u o l 1 1 ,
and is both local and Ctttistitutional, causing
out very little pain, in most cases. All cases
of CANCER are required to oe unaer my
mediate t-ure t rwl KDervoi
One to
private
W 1
Ooroinuriicatioira etrtctly
answered. Adarcrs
Sc'ly, M. D..'GrilB... Ga.
proiup-'j
6flRBHC8 BREAST CAS BE CURED!!
LET THE PUBLIC READ,
x pvcv o the afflicted, aud the gratitude and high
Tl euterlain of Dr Moseley, as a' "Surgeon ana
i'V'1"; V;n 1 deem it my duty to mention the case ol
1 uysu ,lttilfi same tin.-: that all personssimi-
inyV -Wicted may be benefitted by it. In the fore
lai .y amCteu iu jr R-vcral small lumtis to
parto . a j 'rar.p. in her breast ; they contiuned
in si7e until the whole breast became a
fpTa-edmasfi.and very painful. I procured tbe best
..usea-i." . r, and notwithstandina
, l in 1 am m i " - --' r-
earnest and faithful attention of the most skilful
vUiiftns she continued to grow worse and worse
tilaHey gave the case up a iucurable, and advised
' Ttat'or I "s advised by many of my friends, to
al?r nA'W? -MoseJey, of Griffin, Ga., which I did,
VIS. 1 '-' f ; ourr. t linil her ent.irfllv
.V-i C.m ifoi-e nth! and she is now in good
h-itth:! I w'OUla au . ise an woo are auiiuieu nun m-n-
attVr:ons.to Tisit the Doctor with-
Hhiit he is the moft skilful physiciaa in the
a J .,,'. , t... ln'mont - f that KiIrilO i i-
Suocer WM. II. MITCHELL,
. . ftl. ti MlllyHIiLL,
Daughter of J. W.Bradbury, Rome.
Jur. - 20, 1857. ly -
tuo. Approaching Fourth. Everybody is making
' nf cnmst-i-Kl for the nrniwr nhservance
u nreoaritLi"." ------ .
;.f thp - Glorious Fourth." borne will go abroad, ana
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tf-!T8. ,
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jCOTE. physicians wishing to masf inr mseivcs sc
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