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THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1866.
The whole seance of the Academia ile M?decine
recently was occupied with discus-ion concerning
the possibility of sensation in the human head de
capitated and soparatcd from the body by the guil
lotine. The subject han now and then occupied
the researches or some of flic most erudite and
Hcientil.r. tuen of the ago. Neither attack nor de
fence ol' the argument can bo sustained hy proof,
and therefore the subject will furnish fund tor r.i
gumeiit to the end of all time. The Inquirer on
the present occasion is Dubois d'Amiens, whose
elahonite memoir on the subject has oxclted the
greatest interest amongst the medical men of
Paris, liy dint of research Dnboin d'Aintona has
discovered tho real investor of the guillotino to
havo been not the Dr. Guillotine after whom the
instrument is called, in consequence of the
general belief that it was first employed
by him to human sacrifie-, Imt the cele
brated Louis, tho friend of Tallyiand, the secre
tary to tho Academy of Medicino at the time of the
revolution, and the doctor most in vogue amongst
the aristocracy, whether confined in prison, con
cealed in garrots, or starving in obscuro sil nations
throughout Paris. It was by tho energetic re
monstrances of the great surgeon Louis, concern
ing tho injustice of affording an easy death to the
poor by menus of hanging, and auch terrible suf
fering in the case of the nobles-who were decapi
tated by the sword, which, in nineteen casos out of
twenty, failed lo kill the victim before the third or
fourth blow, thus prolonging the bitterness of
death, and procuring a lengthened torture to tho
victim. It was in reality Di*. Guillotine who
petitioned tho Assembly for a moro expeditious
mode of execution, and a Royalist journal
of the time ridiculing the petition, imagin
ed a niachinp for wholesale execution to be
called a "guillotine;" so that the hideous
thing hud found a name before it was in
vented. The legislative committeo had consulted
the Secretary Louis upon the most painless modo
of taking human life, and his report upon the sub
ject waa printed in tho Moniteur of the 22d March,
1792. Tho report concludes by a proposition to
?establish a machine working by boam? and pul
loys, upon tho principle of the common saBh win
dow Bt?l in use in England and throughout tho
north of Europe, which would direct the axo
straight Upon tho neck of the victim and cause
immediate- decapitation. The usual result with
men of sotenos took placo in this instanco with Louis.
Ho became enthusiastic in tho causo ho had under
taken to plond, and sont for a certain -clever me
chanic named Smith, who constructed a machine
wherewith certain experiments wore tried upon the
corpses of the paupers who died at Bicetre. By
guiding tho axe in an entirely oblique direction
lie discovered that heads could bo severed in any
quantity to the shortest time possible It was not
till tho 23th of April following that the instrument
waB completed. It waa triedon a highway robber,
and found to Bucceed perfectly. It was on tho 21 st
of August of that samo year that the first political
execution took place by means of the guUotine.
Tho ceremony was invested with all tho pomp and
circumstance of a public spectacle. It took place
at midnight, by tho light of innumerable torches,
and in presence of a tremendous crowd, amid the
most awful stillness, From this night tho guillo
tine began its uninterrupted reign. It was at ence
accepted, and has never been submitted to the
smallest improvement or alteration ever
since ; but just as it issued from the
brain of the surgeon Louis and the hand of
tho mechanic Smith so does it now execute
the decree which condemns it to satisfy the
heccssity experienced by governments to sweep
from tho face of the earth all witness to tho neg
lect and parsimony of information amongst the
people wnenco it produced the crime, which, not
having boen vigilant enough to prevent, they must
show themselves powerful enough to punish. The
great desideratum of then.* celerity was accom
Eli sh ed by the guillotine. It worked bravely o a
cart could wish. The twenty-one Girondins, all
young and bravo, and full of Ufo and youthful vigor,
were decapitated in thirty-one minutes. The very
celerity with' which the machino performs its
office has m ado us take for granted that the pain,
if any, must of necessity be out momentary. But
M. Dubois, by no moans sure of the question,
brings forward many oxamples by which tho pos
sibility not only of suffering but consciousnoB- for
many minutes after the separation of the head
from the body may be establish d.
The experiments made at the abattoirs about
thirty years ago have been renewed by Dubois,
and wita tho same result-that of a perfect boliei
in the duration of not only tonsibility, out thought
in the head for full five minutes after decapitation
has taken place. "Sensation leaves not the hu
man body all at one, but by slow degrees, and tbi
brain survives the rest by three or four nvnutes.1
This is tho opinion expressed by Dr. R?nchate
who, for t:o last few years, has devoted himsol
entirely to the study of this i mportont quest ion
Those doctors who have had the opportunity o
examining heads immediately after decapitation
havo testified to the existence of sensation in tta
brain for some little time. The medical mai
whonvas allowed to examine tho head of La Pc
mor?is tbo inBtant after it had fal1 on into the bat
ket, was so terrified at the look of horror cs
pressed in tho eyes that he let go bis hold, am
suffered it to fail back again unable to s .is tain ti ia
frightful glance. Throe minutes afterwards h
took courage and looked again, when ho perceive
the face agitated by convulsive movements, whic
lasted for somo time. Dubois affirms that cvo
when lifohas departed from tho bead it may bo n
stored to animation. His experiment, made upo
several sheep at the abattoris. consisted in the ii
junction of li-esh blood, with oxygen, into ti
veins. The blood, on flowing to tbo Drain, rcnev
the life in that organ; and Professor Valpin late
expressed his conviction, in one of his lecture
that the same experiment might be made wii
equal success upon the human head, and that ti
lire and intelligence might be restored for a whi
even after separation from the body. The expo
ment is supposed to haye been made upon the mi
belonging to the Fooderis Arcr, who wero all fo
beheaded at Brent the other day. Should it ha
proved BucceBsful, wo shall not ho long befo
Loaving of it, as the subject has become ono
general interest amongst medical men.
TELEGRAPH COMPANIES COMMON CAi
A suit of moro than ordinary interest was tri
last week in the Court of Common Fleas, of Li
caster county, Pa. It was in tho case of M.
WENGEH against the Unitod States Tolograph Co
pony. Tho Lancaster Intelligencer sayo :
Tho question at issue involved tbo rights a
liabilities of telegraph companies, tho law rej
hit i ng these cases being somewhat uncertain, in
much as there were very fow, if any, tried in t'
Stat?, and none, wo boh'ove, in this country. 1
mainrfeaturcs in this caso worotho e : On the II
of October, 18__, tho plaintiff, thon a dealer
stocks, ordered through his agent, Geo, R. Re
of the firm of Reed, McGrann & Co., bankeraof t
city, tho purchase of fifty shares of Prairie dn Ch
Mr. Reed immediately called at tho business
fico of tho company, then in North Queen stre
left tho (.?spatoli, paid for its transmission to.i
firm of Wm. & J. O'Brien, bankers. No. 58 f
street. New York, with whom Rood, McGrani
Co. did their bu?inosa. The latter, according
custom, duplicated the order by letter, in wh
they referred to tho tologram sent. The letter
rived in duo conrso, on tho following day, but
telogram never reached Now York. Mr. Potts,
operator hero, testified that noon inquiry he co
only trace it to Philadelphia, It appeared that
Messrs. O'Brien; did not act upon the letter,
cause thoy supposed tbo order had reforenci
anothor transaction, and probably required expl
ation. -* >
During the sovcral days consumed in the of
to buy and to find out where tho mistake rosi
stocks advanced in prlco. Tho order, howe
was filled on the 18th of October, in pursuanoi
another trligram, sont through this or theot
. compnny, but at an ndvanco of about flG2.50 m
than the stock? could havo been purchased for
tho 10th, to recover whioh difference the suit
brought. Tbo conrt, Jndgo Hay OB, suhstanti
charged the iury that the dofondant was a "c
mon carrier;'' that as such it was responsible
tho non-delivery in this caso of ?ho telegram t
or ordered so; and that tho measure- of darno
waa tho difference between what tho stocks c<
have boen bought for on the 10th of October
what thoy cost on the 18th, when tho purchaso
modo. Tho jury returned a yerdict for S-18G.G0
General Nagleo has planted four hundred a
of his California tract with mulberrv tvees, uni
tends (o engage in the Cultivation v?sttk,
DISEASES OF THE
EYE AND EAR.
[FORMERLY OF LONDON, ENGLAND.]
OCULIST AND AURIST,
EYE AND EAR.
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF
CharlcHtou and vicinity that ho hae taken Rooms at
tho CharlcBtou Hotel, and will bo prepared to receive
Paticpts ou Thursday, November tho 8th, until Thursdny,
November the 15th, after which time will visit this city
as occasion may require, of which due notice will bo
OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 A. M. TO ft P. M.,
And can be conBiiltcil on DEAFNESS, NOI8E IN THE
HEAD, CATARRH, DISCHARGES FROM THE EAR,
SCALES IN THE EAR, ACCUMULATION OF WAX IN
THE EAR, OBSTRUCTION OF THE EUSTACHIAN
TUBE, and all Acute or Chronic Diseases of the EYE
AND AIR PASSAGES.
INSERTED 'WITHOUT PAIN, AND PERFECTLY
RESEMBLING THE NATURAL EYE.
OPERATIONS FOR CATARACT,
Artificial Pupil, &c,
Skillfully performed, and all disease;) of the
EYE AND EAR
treated, and every operation in Aural and Opthal
mic Surgery performed by
Primal Office, 84 West 40ft st., H.T.
as- For reference, testimonials, Sec, send for a
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
The LoniBVlUe Journal saya : " The testimon?ala whiel
Dr. Gardner presents to the public could never havo beei
obtained, except by the display of great skill and learn
Ing in hla profession. One thing especially commendabli
in the Doctor'e practice ia, that bo will not attempt ai
incumbi? disease for the Bake of a feo, but frankly tell
the pationt whether he can be cured or not We cheer
folly recommend Dr. Gardner to tho attention of all ou
friends who may be suffering from diseases of the ey
The Richmond Times says : "Vie have no hesitation h
saying that Dr. Gardner in the most scientific and en?
ccasful eye and ear Burgeon in this country."
Dr. Gardner's treatment of the eye and ear ?B wondoj
fal.- Richmond Enquirer.
We feel justified in recommending Dr. Gardner t
those Bullering from diseases of the eye and ear.
We can safely and cordially recommend Dr. Gardiic.
who will fulfill all ho undertakes to perform.
The New Orleans True Delta sayB : "We can Bafel
recommend Dr. Gardner as o successful operator on tli
eye and ear. He will not undertake to treat a case nnlei
a cure canjio effected.
The Wheeling Regiiter says : "Dr. Gardner is one i
the moot successful Oculista and Aurista in the countr
We advise those Buffering from the diseases of the e;
and ear to consult bim."
November %. . 6mo
CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE 8T0RI
No. 359 King-street,
BELOW GB OR OB STREET.
YOD WILL FIND AT THE ABOVE E8TADLI81
MENT a full supply of Gent's, Boye' and Yontl
ROOTS, SHOES, GAITERS AND SLIPPERS; Ladll
Misses' and Children's Congress Gaiters; Poliah Boo
Balmorals, Bootee?, Buskino and Slippers of every <
scrlption; Gent's and Boys' Hate of all kinds.
The above Goods I am determined to w11 at the lowi
posaiblo price. My motto is quick eales and email profl
Give mo a caU and yon will bo rewarded.
October 20 Blu?hnoB
A. S. FBEITAS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, ETC., READY-MIX
PAINTS, .Di QUANTITIES TO SUIT
No. 174 East Bay.
HOU8E, SIGN. SHIP AND ORNAMENTAL PAD
INO, Gliding, Graining, Imitations of Wood. M
bio, and all other work appertaining to the trade, c
euted in a neat and wrkmanllko manner, by
FBEITAS A RIDDELL,
No. 174 East Bay.
A. 8. FBEITAS.ISAAC O. IUDDI
_ October M_thstuCm
fTtHE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORM
JL that these highly ostaomed BITTERS are now ni
by tho samo person who made them for over tw?
years for James Moorhead. Ho having the original
coipt, can confidently recommend them equal to
mado during Moorboad's Ufo Urne.
Sold in quantities to suit purchasers at No. 99 C
HOUN-STREET, south eldo, botween Meeting and Ar
Btreete. JAMES MCKEAN,
Mutual Lifo Insurance Compan;
V. A. DeSAUBSURE, Agent,
OF THE ABOVE COMPANY, WILL ATTEND
any burnie? thereof, as uiual, at No. ire BRO
.?l?BW, . .... inw October
No. 140 Meeting- street,
OPPOSITE PAYIIa-GN IK.. EL.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MACHINERY, SEEDS, &c.
AGENTS FOR THE
EXCELSIOR HOLLER GIN,
FOI! HAND, HORSE OR 8TE.-U POWER.
THE HAND OIN WIL.I. TURN OUT ONE
HUNDRED POUNDS OF OUVMBD
COTTON PER DAV WITH
TWO f I A M)S.
AGENTS KOK THE
UNIVERSAL SAW GIN,
Cleaner and Condenser.
HAND GINS FROM l8 TO 23 SAWS.
POWER GINS FROM ?O TO 100 S?\WS.
THE HAND GINS
WILL TURN OUT FROM 500 TO 700 POUNDS PER
DAY WITH TWO HANDS.
THE CLEANER AND CONDENSER ATTACHMENT
Is on ENTIRELY NEW FEATURE, ami a great ac
quigitlon to the Gin proper. It i- very simple in con
.traction and operation, and requires no appreciable force
to drive it. It serves to separate all tim vast amount ol
fine dust and sand from tlio ginned cotton, which, by the
ordinary process, would be deposited willi it, and be
pocked in bales for market. Tlio Condenser also prevents
the possibility of "ring the ginning buildings, even if the
Gin itself could gcucratc lire (which this Gin canuot do).
It occupies but little space, ond may be operated in al
most any building, however small, and when desirable
may be used in the open field. It is entirely portable,
and. with the Oin, forms A COMPLETE GINNING ES
TAJJLISHMENT OF IT8ELF, which con bo moved from
plantation to plantation.
The saving in tim erection of buildings such as arc re
quired for theso Gins and Condensers over the cost o)
those required for other gins, will far exceed tlio entire
outlay for these improved Universal Cotton Qins and
Condunsers complete for use.
Agents for the CLARE SORGHO MILL and COOK'S
Agents for AJtCHAMBAULT'S PORTABLE STEAM
Agents for the INOERSOLL COTTON PRESS.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
August 21 tutlis.1moR
ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTORY.
SUCH ?_9 RECORDS FOR PUBLIC OFFICE
Lodgers, Journals, Cash Books, Day Booka, be, co
Btantly on hand, and modo to order, and with, any d
Boriptlon of Ruling. Nono hut the best workmen ei
ployed, and the beet materials used.
A practical experience of twenty years in the abo'
linn, and with flu-Uties unsurpassed, enable me to ?vi
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTIN
In all its branches, with new type, new presaos, a:
advantages not excelled in this city. Lawyer's IiUinl
Tltloe, Bonds, Mortgages, be, be, on hand and print
to order. tathslyr ^^ December li
C. C. TRUMBO & SON
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE FROM NO. :
Meeting-etreet to No. 43 M ABBJ-T-STREET, bel
Meeting-street, where they have on hand an aeeortmi
of BUILDING MATERIALS, Buch as Doors, Bosh
Blinds, Limo, Cement, Plaster Paris, Hair, Sheet Le
Nail-, 3 and 4 inch ; Mahogany Plank of various wid
and strips, sawed out for hand roils; Mahogany Ne'
Poets and Bollasters, all at reduced prices.
Mr. E. AUSTIN, Agent, can bo found there, who ?
keep on hand PAINTS, OILS, GLASS. PUTTY A
BRUSHES-all of which will bo sold at low prices.
November C . tuth__moa
BRIDGES & LANE
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDING
Machinery of Every Description.
TAFT'S PATENT ROLLING LEVEE SHE.A
No. 50 Courtland-st.,corner or Orcnwl
EAILROAD AXLES, "WHEELS, CHAIRS, 8PEB
Bolts, Nute, ?Washers, Car, Ship and Brldgo B<
Iron Forglngs of various kinds, kc, ko.
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRING H, LOCOMOTIVE /
HAND LANTERN?, Portable Forges and Jack Ben
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and Silver Trlmx-l)
Bcltlng of all kinds, Biggage Checks, kc, ko.
Also, Agents for the manufacturers of CAR HI
ALBERT BRIDGES.JOEL C. LA
November 6 tnthsOn
MARINE AND FIB
RISKS T-J-?N, MARINE AND FIRE, ON FATi
BLE TERMS, BY
HENRY COBIA & CO., Agente
Qctober 2t} etatl
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PIIIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
TIIIllD DOOR NO UM'11 OF 1IA11KKT
WOULD INFORM TUE PUULIO THAT THB7 nAVK
on hand a tall assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINE t
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, SOAPS, BKCS11E8. PER.
FUMERVaud FANCY GOODS, anti aro prepared te
supply physicians and priva!? families at cheapest mar
E. H. KELLERS, II. D.H. DAER. M. D.
. PKACTICAL ^<?r
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Collections promptly attended to
OFFICE COR. DROAD AND CHURCH STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
BOOKS WRITTEN UP, ERRORS DETECTED, BILLS
MADE OOT, and all klodB of WRITING.
Instruction glvon in PRAOTIOAL BOOK-KEEPINQ
and BiiBiuesB goneraUy, at moderato prices.
Septembor 25 Dinoa
>.OYLAN & TUERS,
'ifA; DFA0TURER8 OF, ANL WHOLESALE DEAL.
IL HIH In, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINTS, COLORS
No. 93 MAIDEN LAN*.
Orders by mall promptly attended to
Mareil ?I? l ?J
N, BARKLEY & CO.,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE STOCK
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT HAW MILL
BTEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILLS
BAB AND SHEET IRON
OAST AND SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL U COMOTTVE
OILS AND ?SJam GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND CUT SPIKES, ?co.
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND BUBGL^B
PBOOF 8AFES, Ac., Ac.
??ON, BARKLEY & CO.,
N0. 150 MEETING STREET.
C. K. HT7GEB,
No. 137 MEETINO-ST.,
CHA?JLE8TON. S. C
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE k STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINER!
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAPES, to
FLATFORM, COUNTER AND WARI
COTTON PICKERS, Ao., &o.
mw Represented by Meian. M. K. JESSUP A CO.,
SODTHERH EXPRESS COMPiMl
Office Ho. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to ti
safe Transmission of Freigh
Honey, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOit AND DELIVI
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE 0I1? FREE OF
II. B. VI.X'iT,
President, Aurait?, Qi
ARCHIBALD ?ETTY & CO.,
suntu and Coi?ission Hercbants.
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARP,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
n. l?i(!y..K. A. Sonder......S. T. Momler.
July 7 _
W?LL1S & CHISOLM,
fACTORS, COMMISSION MEilClIANT?,
\JfJlLJ, ATTEND TO TUE PUBOHASB, 8AZJC AM
VW BH1PMENT (to Forol**n -ml Domeutlo Forlii) s
COTTON, UIOL, LUSIBER und ?AVAL STORED.
ATLANTIC WHARF! ChHrlttlvn, t?. U,
S. WILLIS.A. R.OniliOL
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Shipping M Commission Herctents,
IMPORTERS OF W. INDIA PRODUCE.
COR. EAST BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
WILLIAM H, GILLILAND & SUN,
Real Estato Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNE STREET.
J. -REEVE GM_B33E8.
_F_A_ O T O IR,
No. 2, Corner Broad and Church sts.,
No. 7 Vanderliorst's Wharf.
*3~ Orders and consignments of COTTON, RICE,
NAVAL'STORES, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, ?to., so
Icltod_3mo *_September 38
(FO___-lL- CO-PABTNTn OF J. E. ADQED ?. CO.),
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE, OUT
LERY, GUN8, AND AGRICULTURAL
NO. 310 EINQ ST., THIRD DOOR BELOW SOOIETT,
OH-B-X-TO-, S. 0.
October 1 Smos
EVANS & GODBOLD,
IT A. CCT o n s
No. lia East Bav.
OVER THOMSON BHOTEKRB.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
N. G. EVANA.T. W. GODBOLD.
BOWERS & SILCOX,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AND GENERAL COM
No. 137 Meeting Street, opposite the Market.
"_N HAND CONSTANTLY: TABUS. PLANTATIONE
f HOUSES AND LOTS for sale and to rent Ar
Teparod to receive all kinds ef (KIODS. WARES AN1
IEROHANDIBE, PRODUCE, ko., on consignment
?lso. FU?NITURE, HORSES, AND VEHICLES o
f ery description for sale. Will also give our specla
attention to OUTDOOR SALES. 3mo_ September S
mfUl ANO BKTAH. DEAL-,- IN
CLOTHS, CASSOOBES AND YESTDittS
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 Broad street.
Jilly 28 Cmos 0HARLE8TON, a 0.
A. S. HULL, Agent,
8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A C . _,_, AHSORTMEN'X OF 0LOTUS, OA
BIM _S AND VESTINOS can be bad, togetb
?lth a o-oicaaaaortmental1
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN ANT? MUSLIN 8HIBT8,.m-de order, in a
f Is that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T.FLY&.N
Will glvo liifl BpecU.1 titled tothfl
Al naru-. lyi June
LA PIERRE HOUSE
The Subscribers -.vino leas.-this favorite boase,
BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IS AN ELEGANT MANNER,
-And is now prepared with tho most perf<
appointments for the reception of guests,
Tbe Ant position among fint-clatB Eotela will
maintained In the future, -s lu the put.
Septembers -moa BAKER at PARLKI
?THSAM ?3AS FITTEIi AND PLUMB I
Dun AND ORNAMENTAL -A3 FIXTURE-. O
L FITTING AMD PLU-llilNO PROMPTLY A
_KNDE_? ?0. No. I'.-* F.lN'_???._He_-,
A>-"'i '1 ffltw-cr -.!"?..' ? ?'.
DAVEGA, YOUNG fc Mc KENZI
Llf'UD COLLECTION OFFICE
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row?
IflAAO DAVEGA, )
GEORGE D. YOUNG, [ NE IV YORK.
GERJU1D I?. MCKENZIE.)
?FAYING 8UOOEEDED TO THE VORKIGN OOLI
1 TION BUSINESS of Mew* BIRNEY. PR
B3 k FLANDERS, we Will attena w the collecUo
past doe and maturing dalma throughout tbeUo
COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL TEE STATES,
J. F. BROWNE & CO,
TTARP MANUFACTURERS, HAVE BEHOV
Jj. their Wareroomo to No. 681 B BO AD WAY,
York, opposite Metr?poli tan BOM. Btrlug?, Music,
?Tory reo-lslU, for tbe HsiT? Ki*tibllehod Loudon, ]
New YorY, IM!, . ?.nt-TOg Qctobe
T. G. A. R
FOR THE CU1?E OF SYPHILIS IN ALL IT
THIS EXTRAORDINARY AND TRULY VAI.UEABLB
Medicino is prepared with the iitmoat eSlll and care
hy a regular gradi?to of Medicino and Pharmacy, from
fresh 80UT1IKRN MEDICINAL ROOTS AND HEBB?,
aud is therefore
m_- It completely neutralizes tho peculiar SyphlUUo
poison, and eradicates every particlu of the taint from
the nyatcni forever.
m*- This is not a remedy that MAY CURE, bntone
that DUES and WILL CURE every caso without fall aro,
when taken according to directions,
?ii' Nenin r is it a remedy to ho trlod, but ono that
bau boen tried and thoroughly tostcd in nomo of the
very worst casco of secondary and tertiary 8ypblllB,
and In every caso It made a completo euro, and Rave the
sufferer a new loane of Ufe, health, strength, and happi
4C?~ It ia now beisiR used and recommended In their
private practico by HUIDO of tho most eminent physl?
clauB In the United States.
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS FBOM PHYSICIAN8
Dre. Dnggan, Barnen, and Kin?, of Wilson, N. 0.,
certify "that LAWRENCE'S ANTI-SYPHLLITIO ia an
ofhclont and valuablo romody, and that It has perform?
ed remarkable eurea."
Dr. Blake, of Baltimore, Md., saya: "Your remedy la
performing truly marvellous cures In this city."
Dr. Bmith, of Now York, writes: "I havo fairly tent
ed your ANTI-3YPHIL1TIO In aa bad cases as I could
Und in the city, and In ovory instance It mado a oom
?ileto and rapid cure. It really seems to possess almost
49~ Wo could procure numbers of certificates from
patients, but of courso delicaoy would forbid them from
signing tholr full names ; but certificates aro of smaUim
portance any how, as a fair trial will convince the most
sceptical of the real merita of tho Medicino.
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ho had given them Pnmn's glori?os Perfumo from the
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UOIOUS PEHFUMK from that flower, has surpassed tho
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aa Hart In sculpture; as Bonner In nowaptpordom; M
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Ing, so America's beautiful and refined women say,
Ps? NET la in his EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
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