North Carolina Newspapers

    FRESH ARRIVAL
.. W. LETT
Hasjustreceived a large and general STOCK OP
GOODS suited to the FALL and WINTER trade,
consisting of a choice selection of
Staple mid Paucy DRV GOODS.
Boot and Shoes, with almost everythingdesirablem
tha '. line.
FrtlME FAMILY GROCERIES always to be had
AT LETT'S.
G jods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
changed for country produce.
August. 28. 1858. ly-pd
KNIVES AND FORKS.
WHITE IIASD, with 2 prong steel FORKS, at
SI and 1 25 per Set;
Do., with 3 prong do., SI 50, $1 75, and
$2 per set;
And a variety of others at 75 cts. to 2 50 per Eet
Bome of which are of superior quality.
Ivory handle Knives, with steel or plated Forks,
or alone, at S3 to 6 50 per set or dozen.
For sale at the "Crokery Store"
W. N. TILLINGHAST.
Oct. 2. 2m
THE OLD DOMIJVIOJV
COFFEE POT.
DR. HALL, of New York.in his Journal of Health
for Ju'.y, 1858, says: '-We commend the Old Do
minion Cufff, Pot to all lovers of good coffee, as we
personally ku-w that it is one of the "new things"
oiioreu to public in which no imposition is prac
ticed, anc .. bich has the double vouchers of science
and common sense."
For sale at the Crockery Store. Prices:
yUAUT, SI. 35;
1 QUARTS, SI .75;
i QUARTS, $2.00;
3 QUARTS, $2.35;
4 QUARTS, $3.00.
Buy one if you like good coffee.
W. N. TILLISGHAST.
Sept. 4. 2m
FALL AND WINTER.
JVEW GOODS! JYEIV GOODS.'.'
cr o poe
Is receiving the Largest Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry G-oods,
Ever before offered by him, which embraces all the
LATEST STYLES OF
LADIES & GE3iTLEME.'S DUESS GOODS.
Among them will be found.
RICH SILK AND DELAINE PATTERNS, of the
latest style.
A large lot FRENCH MERINOS, together with every I
sriaue or :-jl,iu ir,L.Ai. ivs. all wool.
A large assortment of French, English and American
PRISTS. DEB AGES, and other goods for
Travelling Dresses. A large lot of
HANDSOME EMBROIDERIES.
A great variety of Ladies SHAWLS and CLOAKS,
BOSNETS, French ARTIFICIALS, RIBBONS, &c.
A handsome stock of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES. KERSEYS,
Neoko Blankets, and all other goods belonging to a
Dry-Goods Store.
AH the citizens, and everybody that visits the old
Tuwn, will confer a favor by callipg on the subscriber
and looking through his stock, whether they purchase
or not J. C. POE.
Sept. 25 2m
$15 REwXrTK
I! P unaway from the Subscriber on the lGth of
JS B- July, last, the following nog-roes, viz:
One Woman and Two Children. Said woman is
2i3 years of age, named Eliza. The children, Rob
ert and Hiram, are ngwl one in his 2d year and
tho other about :i. They formerly belonged to
Alexander McCoHister, dee'd, and at his sale were
purchased by the Subscriber.
Said negroes are supposed to bo lurking in that
vicinity, or in tho vicinity of Archibald .McLean's,
Harnett county, who owns Eliza's mother. The
above Reward will be given to any person taking
un said negroes, and informing tho subscriber at
Tei'sbiuth, Cumberland eo., X. C.
DANIEL L. SMITH.
August 23, 18.33. tf
1W
JL9
JIIE Subscribers having associated themselves
JL together in the practice of Law, under the
name and style of CAMERON AND
SHAW, will attend the County and Superior
Courts of Moore, Montgomery, Anson, IJiclimond,
and Robeson. All business entrusted to them will
J'eceive their careful and prompt attention.
Address Cameron and Shaw, Attorneys at Law,
Rockingham, Richmond County, N. C.
John V. Cameron. John D. Suaw.
May 1, 1858. ly
Coupon Bonds for Sale
The Western Rail Road Co., have for sale in
amounts to suit purchasers.
&0 Ofin f the Coupon Bonds of the
f U) WUU County of Cumberland, bear
ing 7 per cent, interest, payable smi-annually on
the 1st June and tho 1st of December, and run
ning 20 years.
S'JIMKJO of tho Coupon Bonds of the Town of
Fayetteville, bearing (j per cent interest, payable
semi-annually on the 1st January and the 1st July,
and running 20 years.
Those bonds were 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 any Bank Stock in the State.
For term? apply to
C. B. MALLETT, Esq, Pres't.
or JNO. M. ROSE, Treas'r
Western It. R. Co.
March G. 1353. 92-tf
READ THIS!
a Hollander's testimony.
Jacob Rinskes, living in the Holland settlement of
Sheboygan, V isconsin.says: "Aftersufferingfor some
time th'j misery attending an utter prostration of mind
and body, I have been restored, by using Beeerhavc's
Holland Bitters, to perfect health."
The fact of this remedy being i n such high repute
among the Hollanders in Wisconsin, Michigan. New
fork, in fact in every Holland settlement in the United
States agues much in its favor.
Try P for Chronic or Nervous Debility, or any
narvoiis or Rheumatic. Neuralgic affection
CAN EPILli'SY BE CURED
We think the following letter from a respectable
citizen of Mississippi will answer the question, and
remove all doubts from every unbiased mind;
GiiKN-.vnA., Miss., June 5, 1S55
Dr. Seth S. Hance, Baltimore Md. Dear Sir: I take
great pleasurein relating a case of spasms or fits, cured
by your invaluable Pills. My brother J. J. Ligon,
ias long been afflicted with this awful disease. He
vas firstattacked while quite young, He would have
one or two spasms at one attack at first; but as he
grew older, they seemed to increase likewise. Up to
the time he commenced taking your Pills. he had them
very often and quite severe, prostrating him body and
mind. His mind had suffered seriously; but now I
am happy to say he is cured of those fits. He has
enjoyed fine health for the last five months past. His
mind has also returned to its original sprightliness.
All this I take great pleasure in communicating, as it
may be the means of directing others to the remedy
fiat will curethem. Yours respectfully, &.
W. P. LIGON.
No person who is suffering from Fits, or Spasm,
should neglect sending to Dr Hance, after this for s
supply of his inestimable medicine. His prices are as
follows: one box $:$; two 5; twelve $24 sent by
mail free on the receipt of he remittance. Addre&s
Seth S. Hance. 108 Baltimore. Md.
HELMBOLD'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT
As a remedy for Diseases of the Bladder, Pidncy
Gravel, Dropsy, Weakness. &c, has no equal Read
he advertisement in another column headeff 'Uenil
bold's Genuine Preparation.
COPPER, TIX & SHEET IRON
MANUFACTORS.
JAMBS MARTINE, still continues to manufacture
everything in the abovs line at his old stand on 11 ay
Street. Job work done with despatch.
Sept. 10 1858 3m. (Town papers copy 3m.
ASSETS $230,326,28.
This Company has been in operation more than
five years, and has paid its losses, amounting to
$19,125 So, without any assessment: insurance aver
aging its members about J 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.
DIRECTORS.
Geo. McNeill,
D. A. Ray,
II. L. Myrover,
S. W.Tillinghast,
Henry Lilly,
N. A Stedman,
S. J. Hinsdale,
T. S. Lutterloh,
Wm. McLaurin.
A.E.
S. T. Hawlcy,
W. N. Tillinghast,
A. A. McKethn,
J. D. Williams,
Jas.G. Cook,
A. W. Steel;
JasKyle,
J. G. Shepherd,
R.F.Brown, Wilmington,
Hall. Wilmington.
OFFICERS.
GEO. JIcXEILL. President.
D. A. Ray. Vive-President
C. A. McMillan, Secretary.
John Collins and C. C. McCrummeu, Traveling
Agents.
The Company invite applications.
May 29 1858 1 y
Congress Water, for sale
by
Aug. 15 63-tf
S. J.
HINSDALE.
PROSPECTUS:
THF SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY
AMD
Cape Fear and Deep River Advertiser.
HAVING FAILED FOR THE WANT
of patronage, in the publication of Stedman's
Magazine," I propose to publish at Pittsbo
rough, North Carolina, a Free and Independent
(weekly) Paper, to be entitled,
The Southern Confederacy; and Cape Fear
and Deep River Advertisers
To be devoted to Politics, Literature, Internal
Improvements, Domestic and Foreign
News, Agriculture, Commerce,
Manvfactnres, Mineral Re
sources the Markets,
tyc, tj-c, tf-c,
EMBRACING EVERY THING OF PtTBLTC INTEREST,
I shall, with perfect freedom, discuss Fede
ral Politics; all questions of State policy, and
every issue in which the interests of the South
are involved, untrammelled by Platforms ac
knowledging 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" of the outh.
The Southern Confederacy; and Cafe Fear
and Deep River Advertiser, will be emphatical
ly, 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 North-Carolina, it will 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 PVYABLE IN ADVANCE
1 copy for one year, 2
3 copies " " 5
6 " " " 9
12 " " " 16
To be issued 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 Cate Feer and
Deep River Advertiser" to the subscribers to
"Stedman's Aagazine," 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. STEDMAN,
Late Editor and Proprietor of
"Stedman's Magazine."
SliCOJ VOLUME
OF THE
BEAUFORT JOURNAL,
A. Commercial & Family Paper,
Published in Benufort, N. C .
THE "Beaufort Journal" Commenced its
Second Volume, on the 12th of April, 1858.
The Journal being the only paper published on
Beaufort Harbor, and 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
be 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 6tate. It is the design of the Editor to
make the Journal a first class Commercial Pa
per, to give reports of the Markets, Foreign
and Domestic, the Latest News, &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 in this
wav. thau 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 Ilailroad 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 knowu. 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 most le addressed to
JOHN NICHOSL Ed. Pro.
Beaufort -tf C.
June 26, 1858. tf
NOTICE.
The Subscriber wishing to move to the country of
fers for sale a good Dwelling House; Barn, Stables &
other Out Houses, with about 10 Acres of Land lying
on Adam Street in Lower Fayetteville the above
property will be sold cheap and on liberal terms
Apply to j. DAVIS.
fayetteville, Aug 21. tf
REMOVAL
STARR At WILLIAMS,
HAVE removed to the two brick Stores in the West
end of the Fayetteville Hotel building, where they
are now opening their ' , "
SECOND STOCK. -of
G-oods for this Spring,
recently selected by one of the firm in the Northern
markets, which will be offered for sale to their reglaf
customers on the usual terms. " .
All persons who wish to buy Goods cheap at
WHOLESALE, are respectfully invited to call and
examine this stock, at our new stand, West end of
Fayetteville Hotel building. r
J. B. Stark. J. M. Williams.
May 1st 90-tf ;s
HOUSE, LOT, AXD NEGRO.
TnE undersigned wishing to close p their old busi
ness, offer for sale the HOUSE & LOT on Haymoant
formerly occupied by Major Gilmbre. Also, a NE
GRO BOY 14 years of age; having tried him for the
last five months, we can recommend him as an excel
lent servant, both for house or out doors, sold for no
fault, but to close old bnsiness. ,v;
F. N. & J. H. ROBERTS.
May S, 100-tfv
THE NORTH-CAROLINA
AAD MAGAZINE OF USEFUL,
INFORMATION.
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 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, and 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 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 incon
venient to find when wanted, that the facts are
soon forgotten. 1 he 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
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, 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 linking Fund, Superintendent
of Common Schools, and all other State 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 public.iton. 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 and complete index.
Terms: THKF.E DOLLARS pkr assuji
OXE 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.
GPThose 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 soou as possible.
QTJENT. BUSBEE,
Raleigh, N. C. Jan. 1, 185S.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!!
FOR THE TRADE OR PRIVATE USE.
Furniture Manufacturers,
OD BOWEllY, NEW V'OKK
KK. H
r5ce Only. 55
run nnrl Bnlil '
Terms Cash. Oie Ir5
exclusively at wholesale. We are now prepared!
to offer a well assorted stock at retail, at a sa-W
Tins of from twenty to thirty per cent, to the
jd Con sum
r1 Wo ha
er.
ave now Tor' sale
4 Mahogany Chairs, spring seals,
lj upholstered in hair cloth,
M from S2 25 to 6 00 ea.
3b.' J
rjt Mahogany Sofas, spring seats,
g?ri upnoistereu in uair cioiu,
from
l Mahogany Rocking chairs,
D spring seats, upholstered
j in hair-cloth, from
U Mahogany easy Chairs,
13 09 to 26 00
5 00 to 12 00 "
SI holstercd in hair cloth,
11 00 to 18
00
00
fej Mahogany Tete-a-tete, up
1? holstered in hair-Cloth, 15
00 to 35
Matrosranv Tete-a-tete Sofas,
3
upholstered in hair cloth 25 00 to 45 00 " fi
MAKRIyE AM) MAHOGANY TOP Tables
in great variety of styles, qualities and prices. H
J BUREAUS. Half Marble and Wood Top, with
f&ov without Glasses, with Wash -stands to match, rj
Also, Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Sideboards, Hali
Stands, Book Cases, Lounges, Etegeres, Corner hi
Stands and Book Shelves. fl
OFFICE FURNITURE, Desks, Tables and Yx
Chairs. '
ml All the above goods in black waluut or oak atM
3 the same prices. i
a PARLOR SUITS, in Rosewood, UDholsteredLJ
jrt in French Brocatelle, Satin Damask, Satin andM
M piush. Aj
The same in Black Walnut, the frames ofk
W which are stained in varnishing, making a beaa-bq
"tiful imitation, and upeolstcred in the same
goods, make a sh wy appearance at a much low-ft
4 er drice. - H
Q In our establishment can be found a great va-ki
riety of Fancy Chairs, in' Rosewood, Mahogany. "1
and Black Walnut, Tnrkish Smoking Chairs, Re-W
-Jclining Chairs, Hall Chairs, Voltaire Chairs O
Uane lnairs, auu aiso iueijeieuraiea
6
SPRING BED.
Known as Tucker's Patent This
article we
Bwoulu particularly recommena, it naving beenL
fully tested, and found upon trial to be the bestm
r Spring Bottom ever invented. fj
U CONCLUSION. r?
PI Parties who are not able to personally select LJ
the goods they may want, can depend upon hav-W
jjUng their orders filled with as much care, andtj
Qj their interest studied, as though tney were pre-M
a sent; and to such we also offer our services forH
Mthe selection of anv Household Goods thev mmr
. . .. , , , . . , .
k, J j 7
Qwant. and as we should purchase from First
r Hands, a saving will thereby be made which the
uJ customer would have the benefit f.
fl Aug. 1, lSi7. 61-ly
A. j9 ARCHAMBAULT,
PORTABLE STEAM E5CISE BUILDER,
S. E. corner 15th and Hamilton nig ., Philad.,Pa.
Portable Steam Engines, on large wheels, with 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 filled in from 3 to 5 weeks.
Engines always on hand for sale. These engines
have been in use seven years, and in every instance
have givengeneralsatisfaction. Descriptivecirculars
will be sent when applied for.
Jan. 10. 1857. 32-tf
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or
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tient; and the testimony ofthousands can be produced
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being duly sworn does say, that his preparation con
tains no Narcotic, Mercury or injurious Drug, but are
purely Vegetable.
H. T. HELMBOLD. Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me this 23d day of No
vember, 1854 W. P. HIBBARD, Alderm'n
PRICE: $1 per Bottle, or Six for $5, Delivered to
any Address, accompanied by reliable and responsible
Certificates from Professors of Medical Colleges, Cler
gymen and others. Prepared and sold by
II. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist.
No 52 South Tenth St., below Chestnut, Assembly
Buildings, Phila.
J-Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's
Take no other. Cures Guarantied,
une 13. J857. ly
IR
W. R.
31 O S E LEY'S
Griffin, Ga.,56.
All persons afflicted with Cancer,
Tumors, Wens, Scrofula, Scald-Head,
Tetter, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Otorrhceo
Ulcers of all kinds, together with all
other chronic diseases, can avail themselves of Dr.
Mosely's services at Griffin, Ga. Office on 8th st.
JSrTERMS: All persons are required to
pay their fees in advance, or give their notes
with 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
jmu4 is both local and constitutional, causing
but very little pain, in most cases. All cases
U of CANCER are required to be under tay
immeciiiie cure auu supervision irom one to
six weeks. Communications strictly private
and promptly answered. Address W. R
Mosely, M. D., Griffin, Ga.
SCIRRHIJS BREAST CIS BE CURED!'
LET THE PUBLIC READ.
In mercy to the afflicted, and the gratitude and high
opinion I eutertain of Dr Moseley, as a Surgeon and
Physician, I deem it my duty to mention the case of
my wife, hoping at the same time that allpersonssimi
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 a
diseased 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
physicians, she continued to grow worse and worse
until they gave 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,
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 by experience and obser
vation, that he is the mo ft skilful physician in the
Southern States, in the treatment of that horrible dis
easeCancer WM. H. MITCHELL,
M. E MITCHELL,
Daughter of J. W.Bradbury, Rome.
June 20, 1857. ly
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RONCIUTIS. LARYNGITIS, and other Dis
eases of the Chest anil Throat . siu-eesslu 1 1 v traf-
ed by the Inhalation of Medicated Yapois aiai Pow
ders, by absorption and constitutional ti aln;i n!. as
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York City.
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and ourselves of the columns of the press, in order to
bring it to the knowledge of such as- may be laboring
under or pr disposed to such anectioiis". The dawn
of a brighter day has at length arrived for the Con
sumptive; the doctrine of the incurability of ( t nsunip
tion having at lenglh passed aw ay. Me have tniinbi
table proofs in our pessosMon tl.at t'onsr mpf ien in all
its stages can be cured! in the lirst. ly liibcictiiar ab
sorption; in the second, by the 1 1 1 nsioi ma t ions of the
tubercule intoehalky and calcareous concr t ions' in
the third by cicatrices, or scars. T hose v!diV. to
the opinions of the past may assert, that een now.
consumption is incurable, such are be hind the a"e.
To all, this great truth must be apparent, viz: that the
medicines inhaled in the form ol apor or Powder di
rectly into the Lungs, must be much more elective
than that taken into the Stomach, where the disease
does not exist. The advantage of Inhalation in Con
sumption and Throat diseases is. that medicine in the
form of Vapor is applied directly to the Lungs, w here
the diseise exists; the stomach is thus left tree to aid
in restoring health, by administering to it a healthv.
fegiing food. There is no case so hopeless that In
hamt;.on 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 atlection ter.cis so niucu 10 aid tiie physician's
effort
The Inhalation method is soothing, Fa.fe and readv
nd consists in the administration of Medicine in such a
manner, that they are conveyed into the I.ungs in
the form of vapor and produce their action at the sc-t
of the disease. Its practical success is destined to re
volutionize the opinions oi the medical world aud
establish the entire curability of Consumption.
I earnestly appeal to the common sense of nil afflic
ted with Lung diseases, to embrace at once the advan
tage of Inhalation, and no longer apply medicine
tothe unoffending stomach. I claim for Inhalation
a place amongst the priceless gilts that nature and
art hath given us. that "our day may be long in the
land," and as the only ark of safety for the consump
tive; a method not only rational, but simple and till
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
in" wonders in many desperate cases, in vcrdity, a
signal triumph of our art over this fell destroyer of
our species.
Note. Physicians wishing to make themselves ac
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Nov. 12, 15-Gm
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