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THE fcRAPHOTYPE.
It may not be generally known that the
ingenious substitute for engraving on
wood, which is coming exteusiv ely into
use in England and elsewhere for purposes
of illustration, is really an American in
vention, that of Mr. I) \Vitt Clinton Hitch
cock. The process by which tin* desired
result is accomplished is as simple as it is
ingenious. An artificial tablet of smooth
chalk is obtained by reducing tie* finest
French chalk to powder, and mixing it
with water to the consistency ol cream,
separating the parts that precipitate, and
repeating the operation several tittles, so
as to obtain an impalpable powder, capa
ble of binning by compression a -ninoth,
uniform substance. Sometimes the chalk
is simple passed through a sieve ol ette
hundred meshes to the square inch. A lie
chalk thus obtained is-spread cvo#ly in a
pretty thick layer upon a smooth plate of
zinc."over which a fiat plate of highly pol
ished steel is placed. So that the chalk rests
between two plates, ami the whole subjected
to a hydraulic pressure of l.">0 tons, which
produces upon tin* chalk which remains
attached to the zinc a hard, polished sur
face. like ivory. This is to be coated with
a wash of strong size, ami when dry the
drawing is made upon it. in lines, like
those ol a wood-cut. Sable-hair brushes
of different sizes, and an ink composed
principally of glue and lahipblaek, with a
little give’ l ine. All ink of borax, shellac,
and lampblack is also suggested. Alter
the drawing i> made, the plate is subjected
to the action of a rapidly r tating brush,
which soon removes all tin* chalk between
tlic ink lines, leaving these in relief. The
surface i' then coated with silicate of pot
ash or soluable glass, which hardens it,
and a mould taken in the ordinary man
tlet, from which an el *etmtypc or stereo
type block i' made, which is used to print
lrom as from a wood-cut. For some pur
poses of illustration this process answers
a linirably, and the result is obtained with
very great readiness and at a trilling cost.
Impiv—io s have been taken within three
hours after the completion of the drawing
in chalk.
CHILBLAINS.
Some persons arc exposed to these
tr niblesome anil sometimes p;iintnl things.
Ordinarily they are developed as a eoti
seuueltce of cold leet: though there are
individuals so sensitive that the appear
ance of snow in the atmos])here is siitli
eient to bring on the difficulty.
In eases where the irritation and swell
ings have not resulted in ulceration or
a nasion, soak tile leet in tepid water
ahoiit ten minutes just he ore going to lied.
Wipe the loot dry, and immediately a' oint
the part affected with pure oil of cloves,
t’ lvrr it with a piece of oil-silk, or the
film taken from "leaf lard" or suet: draw
on a cotton stoekiuj; for the night; and,
ordinariiv, the soreness and irritation n il!
have disappeared by the next morning. j
If one applieation i- not fully stteeessfu',
try it attain the night follow ing. and re
peat as often as the ehilblaitis appear.
This remedy has been ajiplied by the
writer during twenty years, and has never
failed to afford the desired teliel.
DR. A. H. CHAMBERLAIN,
DENTAL SURGEON,
OFFIGE OJE 1 P liT OFFICE. : AUGUSTS. MAlKu,
Iv’.L CHAMUK.KI.MN i* fully up with the time*
/ ..i all »Uc ue-l ito l |.i .-tiral unpruve
i>u*nt.- alwts 3v.1U.ng uiui elf of *je:h u- will be
o! pro- ti/.al tiff b* h;- patron-t, ami thoi-»ugii
!v i-imv Ji-aitt with TJcuti-try in nil it.- branches, can
promise hit* patron* that lueir work shall be clone
in a m time*.
Wliit'h Cannot be Kxtelhtl!
THE MjST DSFFICJ! I CAGES ARE SOLICITED:
INilrons Oxide
O- Lu'tiilivti «.\s, flic bc.-i anti safest Anas-thetlc
it mv o.xt tat, con-tunlJy on hau l ami given for tin
e\tia. t.o.i *i IV.-th i\ • rib*t T i\ux.
/.*/;/ /:/:/: \< i:s in nF.nsrissiox.
.T It Hell M l>. I. W. Toward. M. I>.
lb-o. K H i ;, -ft. M. l> I O. W. bniev. M i>.
L. raoatp-o.t, Nl. l». \V. o. II II, M. l>
O flj© £1 jars from 8 A. M. to 0 P. M.
Fare IMiim and Cteiiicals!
Brushes, Combs, Soaps and Perfumery;
CHOICE TOILET Ult FANCT WHITS!
Piiysiriaas* \* Apollit'caries’ Goods,
Fare fyera, LarJ. liwn aa I VjUfoot OiU.
Malta 3t i’artridgr,
DIUGGIST A.YD APOTHECARY,
U'ater Street, corner Market Square,
(l'M)KR liRAMTK I!At L,)
Has on hand a Lar -e Selected Stock
kept fresa by cjnstmt udd.cioos,
AMI) SKLl.6 AT
The Lowest Market Halt's !
FOR GENUINE AMO RELIABLE COOCS
F*rtri<l»»'s 1tr»« Store. Valor Mr«t, roroor S.irLet Sqiurr.
t Ij»u7uly
V. H. STARBIRD,
Pii »ii»>?raplipr and Artist,
\i:tv <.it win; ulock,
Wearl/ apposite Post Oifioe, (Up Stairs,
Makua :iit* be*t etyle- of Pictures in the Art.
PICTiKES CUPIeFa EMERGED,
— AM> —
rinMii'd in India Ink or Colors.
At price* that cannot f»il to be satisfactory.
«J“The public lire inv i l to <all ami examine
Specimens m uU null dnitluul at his rooms.
AUGUSTA. ME. +4jan70d«
Edward Rowse,
124 WATER STREET
PKALKH IV
Watcher Jewelry,
AND HILYKIl WAKE !
Agent tor the
Wall ham Wateh <’oiiij>\v>
AoU I.AZ Uil s * V|< rfls’
I *ert’ect«d J^peftacles.
S>efin 1 attention paid to the repairing of all
kililio Oi
me u mile*.
Chronom rter Jin In ii rea
rtpobfl ami ju cur. t* ly nJjtiftteU to temperature
|iKOfitir>a m n*l ifMHFhiOoi-iit
Time niiE I BV THASI1T.
■tjaaTu-tr
JOURNAL
JOB PRINTING
Establishment!
o
UB FHIENUS are reminded that having
the Largest
Steam Jo! Friotii Estalslaeat,
fnSPETEM AND EXPERIENCED WORKMEN!
We are at all time* prepared to execute in the beat manner
and at low prices, all kind** of
PLAIN AND FANCY
Book <k Job Printing
SCCU AS
Books,
Pamphlets,
Newspapers,
Mammoth Posters
t
Handbills,
Show Cards,
Circulars,
Business and
Wedding Cards,
Letter Headings,
Bill IL ads,
Ball Tickets,
Programmes*,
Auction Bills),
In voices*,
Bills* of Lading,
Receipt*),
Law Blanks*,
PLACARDS,
SCHEDULES.
INVITATIONS,
RAILROAD and
Steamboat Printing,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
To all thoee who desire work in our line, we would lay
that it it our intention to
SUIT OUR CUSTOMERS
Both In regar-1 to Prices and Execution of Work.
y-f» Onlert by mail or expren will receive the same
PROMPT A'rTENTION
i» though delivered personally.
SPRAGUE, OWEN A NASH,
JOl'KNAL OFFICE, Al OfSTA;
A IT. 1ST A, Oct. 15, 1869
To Prlntoro!
OSGOODS ELASTIC COMPOSITION
-FOR
PRINTERS' INKING ROLLERS,
IH THE BTAN1)AUD ARTICLE.
IMKoKVf and KXCKLI.EVT in quality and very
hllUHI.K It- t»-« wave* time ami money, anti
ensure* the production of the Ih’d work.
Put up ill 10 and 20 lb. can* at
25 Cents per pound.
liOLLFHS for everv kind of pre** ram promptly
by J. II. OMsOOIt,
June2.‘W»m 5.1 Congrehs Street, Holton.
HILL & FARNUM,
DEALERS IS
W, I, 600DS AND GROCERIES,
cohn. plouh,
AND COUNTY PRODUCE,
Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Cony W., hr.d of Ar.rnal St.,
! (In Store formerly occupier! \,y Freeman Barker,)
*ni« AUGUSTA, ME.
I —
Sewing Machines!
The Willcox k Gibbs SEWING MA0HINE8,
The (j«m of the World ami the home ]»et.
A Ido A. U. Howe, Improved.
A -uudard and one of the mo-t reliable Machine!
in u*e. Also, the
j Bickford Knitting Machine.
For wale at tiu. btorc of F. Lyfortl. Augm*ta. Me.
USU a. W. LAUD, Agent.
PRICES RERHER!
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
CHKMIO-A.LS,
AND
Fancy Articles,
AT
JOHNSON’S
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
Opp. POST OFFICE, AUGUSTA, Me.,
Where can he fount! one ..f the largest ami best
selected stocks on the Kennebec river,
arul Price# that defy compe
tition.
PATENT MEDICINES
Of all kinds and ir Isrge quantities, sold to suit
purchasers, *t
Johnson Brothers.
CATARRH REMEDIES.
brushes
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT
JOHNSON BROTHERS.
Feather Dusters,
Fine Sponges,
Carriage and
Bathing do.,
Chamois Skins,
OILS,
pi’HE SPERM, CASTOR, OLIVE. NEATS-FOOT,
ESSENTIAL OILS OF ALL KINDS, AT
Johnson Brothers.
FINE SOAPS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
and Genuine
Imported Castile,
GLIT CERINE
and honey soaps,
5 Cakes fur 25 cents, 25 Cakes fur one dollar.
Shaving Apparatus,
Co'us|»rii*ing RAZORS from the best maouficturcrs
iu the World ; ST HOPS of all kind* ;
the COMBINATION MUG-a novel
and convenient article. BHl SUES
of every description, anti SOAPS
of the beat quality.
Johnson Brothers.
HAIE PREPARATIONS
OF ALL KINDS, for 75 CENTS,
Johnson Brothers.
SACHET POWDERS.
A Large Stock of
LXJBIIST’S,
CAXJDRAY’S,
AND ALL OTHER
IMPORTED PERFUMES.
Also a LARGE LOT of
TOILET POWDERS,
AMD
TOILET ARTICLES
OK EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT
Johnson Brothers.
PUKE CALIFORNIA
AMD
IMPORTED WINES.
For Medicinal Purposes, at
JOHNSON BROTHERS.
; OLIVES,
PICKLES, Ac.,
CIGARS & TOBACCOS
j OF ALL KINDS,
CANARY, RAPS & HEMP SEED,
AT
Johnson Brothers.
Proprietors of
DR. BE W IT S Celebrated Jaundice Bitters.
Periona from the country* Phyaioiana and til
<»th«ra, will do well to oaII and examine our a took
before purchasing elnewhcre.
Remember the place'
0PP08ITE THE P08T OFFICE,
i JOHNSON BROTHERS.
A Wonderful Discovery!
NATURE’S
TIIE RESULT OF
YEABS OF STUDY ADD EXPEMliEIIT.
It Contains Ho LAO SULPHUB—Ho SUQA3
of LEAD-Ho LITHAESE—Ho HI7EATE
of SILVER, and is entirely free from the
Poisonous and Health-doetrcying Dross
used ia other Hair Preparations.
It 4a sure to supersede and drive out of
the community all the POISONOUS PRE
PARATIONS note in use. Transparent and
clear as crystal, it trill not soil the finest
fabric. .Vo oil, no sediment, no dirt — per
fectly SAFE, CLEAN, and EFFICIENT
desideratutns LONG SOUGHT POIt, and
POUND AT LAST!
It colors and prevents the Hair from be
coming Gray, inijurrls a soft, glossy apjtear
anee, removes Dandruff, is cool and refresh
ing to the head, checks the Hair from falling
off, and restores it to a great extent a hen pre
maturely lost, prerents Headaches, cures all
Humors, cutaneous erufdions, and unnat
ural heat. OXLY 73 CENTS PE It BOTTLE.
It is secured in the I'atent Office of the
United States by DR. G. SMITH, Patentee,
Groton Junction, Mass. Prepared only by
PROCTER BROTHERS, GLOUCESTER, KASS.,
To irhom all orders shouid be addressed.
Sold by all first-class Druggists and I'ttney
Goods Dealers. The Genuine is put up in a
panel bottle made expressly for it, u'ith the
name of the article blotcn in the glass.
Ask your Druggist for Nature's
llair Iiestorittirc, and take
No Other.
The Restorative is tor sale at Wholesale in Port
land by W F. Ptin.i.irs A Co., and at retail by all
the Druggists in Maine. JaniS-JtmtAw
SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS !!
Elegant, both in Style and durability, at
C. P. Kimball & Larkin's,
Portland, Me.
1M1E n|KM*Ul attention of the public is called to
our large Stock of New Sleighs, embracing our
NEW STYLE CORRUGATED SLEIGH,
the finest ever built—patented bv us. Also our
New Style Jump-Seat Sleigh,
perfect for two «»r four person?; an elegant Family
Sleigh, patented by us and built by no other con
cern. We al-o desire to rail the attention of the
lovers of fine horses to our
NEW STYLE TKOTTISti SLEIt.H,
with patent clip —the jauntiest and strongest
light Sleigh ever invented; in fact, no very light
Sleigh can be made strong in any other way—pa
tented by us.
Our Sleighs all contain our Patent Socket Holder,
many of them our newly invented Foot scraper
and many other tine improvements used only by out
firm.
Twenty years experience of our junior partner
together' with the long experience of our skilled
workmen, enable us to make a finer sleigh and at a
less price than any concern with lets experience
can possibly do.
Ottr Assortment Is 1'ueqnalled !
Our Price* tlie Very Lowest !
Don’t tail to visit our SLEIGH EMPORIUM
untier the Preble House, and examine for
yourselves, whether you desire to purchase or not.
C. P. KIM BAX Li & BABKIN.
Portland, December 1st, louU.
N. TV We keep a good assortment of the low
priced sleighs made in this vicinity, including the
crooked-legged Hailey Patent sle»g\i ;:ll t<* be solu
for just what they are—at prices lower than tin
lowest.
We refer wth pleasure to any man that has evei
m*ed a C. P Kimball sleigli, also to sleighs that
have been a 1 *ng time in use, and hundreds can b«
seen in all parts of New England and will show foi
themselves. GIVE 1’8 A CALL.
4 w.V)
C. P. K A L
New Millinery Goods.
MISS V. TURNER
\lfOll,r) respet tfully inform the public that >he
\\ hah jiiht received a new block ui 1V1.\TL1<
(iOOHN, consihliug ol'
HATS, BONNETS, FEATHEBS,
Flowers, Velvets, Laces, Ac.,
Which w ill be gold at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES!
. Also, a choice election of
Germnn WorstedH !
Miss Turner has in her employ a FIRST CLAS>
TRIMMER, and will guarantee that all work -hall
be performed in a neat and satUfactory manner.
Ladies will please call and examine our llonnet*
I before purchasing elsewhere.
OVER POST OFFICE, AUGUSTA, ME.
! oa^Orders taken for .Stamping for Braiding and
Embroidery.
For the Toilet.
Tin’s PEACH PLASMA.
BIRNETT’S K A LISTON,
GLYCERINE, mid
GLYCERINE SOAP,
CAMPHOR ice:,
COLD CREAM,
BAY WATER,
AND ALL OTHER
Toilet Articles.
Perfumeries!
Hair, Nail, Tooth, and all other kinds of
II It IT M II13 « !
COMBS of All Kind*, Ac.
For nale very low by
TITCOMB& DORR,
APOTHECARIES,
WEST END KENNEBEC BRIDGE,
2«tf Aususta.
E. E. PATTERSON,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
AND DEALER IN
SHEET MUSIC A MUSIC BOOKS
Of every Description,
144 Water Street, Augusta, Me.
School, Miscellaneous and Blank BOOKS !
Builes, Testaments, I'havkb Hooks,
Writing Papers, Envelopes,
PENS, PENCILS, INKS, Ac.,
on hand and for nale at the Low est Pricer.
Initial Stationery
Put tin In neat boxes ar iM cents per box, and sent
by mail to any address on receipt of 90 cents.
"Persons purchasing their Stationery of me can
have it handsomely embossed with their “Initials”
or “Pet Name” without extra expense. JMtf
Patterson’s Ciroulatin* Library.
SPKRMATWH1HEA or Mrmlnal Weak
am.-Ilow to treat and cure it without medi
cine. Pamphlet sent by mail free of fchnrg •. Ad
dress DR II C, NKWfcLLACO, Lock Box 122,
UMtford.CoDO. amb
Opinion** of ili<» PrrNS
The Kksnkkh’ Joiknai. has been enlarged and
i* now one of the handsomest paper* iu the l uited
States.— Portland Press.
The Kk.sneukc Joiknai.. comes to us this week
enlarged, an.I with new type, giving it a very nice
appearance, and an extra amount of good reading
matter — Simon, in I.firistun Journal.
The Kknnkhk.c Joiknai. cornea to ns much en
larged and improved New type, clear paper, and
a determination to keep up with Che time*.will en
ft tire to the patrons of the Joe KNAI. a first-* las*
newspaper. AVe are pleased to notice these wi
den. es of prosperity on the part of our neighbors
of the Journal and wish them abundant success —
liangor Whig ami ('otn'itc.
The Kt.NNKiiM' Joi knai. comes to us this week
dressed in mw type throughout and greatly en
larged Jiin« C.) umns to a page;, and is now, we be
lieve. the lui-. l paper in the .'stale, with one excep
tion The Joi k> d. is most ably conducted by
Messrs, sprague. Owen ^ Nash, and deserves the
liberal support of the party whose principle# it
advocates. To its genial publishers we wish the
richest success.—Kennebec Reporter.
The ki nshikc Jot knai. was enlarged this week
to nine columns, mid is now the largest folio sheet
iu Maine. It is said that the proprietors will issue
a permanent Dully henceforth, beginning with the
leg is la t i ve session*. — Ii< nttvn . I dcert in* r
Tne KfvnkiiKC Joiknai. of Augusta, will be
enlarged, tins week, and made the largest paper in
the state.—Springfield llejmbliean.
The Ki:v\kuk< Joi knai. has spread itself to the
! size of the lloston Advertiser, and is otherwise ini*
: provtti. so that it is now the largest and perhaps the
handsomest paper m the state.— Wutcmlle .Midi.
The KkvnkiiKC Joi knai. of last week appeared
in an enlarged form, printed on new type and upon
a new press—Jlangor Jeffersonian
The Kknnei*k< Joi knai., always neatly printed
amiably conducted, comes to us enlarged and if
possible, neater looking than ever before. It is now
the largest weekly printed iu Maine.—Machias
The Kf.nnkuki Joi knai. comes to us this week
in a new dress, and considerably enlarged, indicat
ing a prosperous condition financially, and which
is well deserved.—Aroostwl’ !H*aieer.
The Kknnekk< Joi knai. comes to vis much en
larged, and dressed in a spick and slum new suit
Augusta is bound to grow, and the Joi knai pro
prietors evidently mean to be up to the times.—
Port land Transcript.
The KENNEBEC Jot ltwi. has been greatly en
larged, and is now we believe, the largest paper in
the state. The publishers have recently added one
of Campbell’# best new spaper presses to their al
ready very complete establishment, and are pre
pared to answer all calls that niav be made upon
their typographic resources. It takes no backward
steps though in its issue it casts • A «.lance Back
ward” to Its first number, comparing that with the
I present.—Gardiner Journal
The hKNNKi.i t Joi kn ai.. one of the best weekly
pu|aTs in New Kngiand. comes to us enlarged this
week. We are glad to see such proof of its pros
perity.— Poston Transcript.
The Kknnep.ec .Ini knai. comes to u- this week
in an enlarged form and new dres*. It makes a
splendid appearance and i- w orthy of an extensive
circulation —ItUUleford Journal.
The Kknnki kc .Jot kn ai. has been enlarged, and
is now the largest paper m the State. The publish
ers have had a mammoth Campbell press built
specially tor it, and with a new dress of i; pe it is a
ven handsome sheet. The publishers should re
ceive a 1 beral support to compensate for the heavy
i outlav which thev make.—llocVUtnd Free Fre*is
The Kennebec Joi knai. comes to us in anew
dress, ami much enlarged, which are evidences of
prosperity. The proprietors of the State paper are
energetic* business men. and deserve much credit
! for this last improvement in their valuable journal
and we wish them large Miccess, financially, and
; otherwise.—Farmington ('hronicle.
The Kennebec Joi ksal has been enlarged and
| very much improved. New type, new press, new
determination to make a first-class State paper.
The Jocknai. never looked -o prosperous and w t 11
to-do. and we are more than pleased at these evi
dences of prosperity.— F/lstrorth American.
The Kennebec Jot RNAL has been considerable
enlarged, dressed in a um- new suit, from head to
foot, and makes a tine appearance.—Calais Adver
tiser.
The Kennebec JoCKNal Comes to Us enlarged
and in a new suit of type. The Joi knai. is well
conducted, readable, industrious in news, and
pretty much all that a newspaper should be, except
[n its*politics.— Republican Journal
Tin* Kknnkiik< Jot kn \i. has been enlarged, and
is printed with new type find anew press. It i- one
of the largest and best weekly papers iu the .Slate.
—Eastport Sentinel.
Tm Kennebec Joi knai. This valuable 'date
paper has recently been enlarged, w ith an entirely
new dress. It is printed on one of Canipbeir
presses—and is one of the largest if not the largest
papers in the State. The Jot kn %f. is now a thirty
six column paper—and the pnbli-hci* mu-t have
been at great expense in making such improve
ment'* without any extra charge for the paper —
Piscataquis Observer.
N kwsi'a i*oki AL The Kennebec .for knai..
which was large enough l»efore. has been enlarged
and is now the largest in tin State It is printed on
new type and is a handsome as well as a well
edited* paper.— Progressive Age._
MANHOOD AND WOMANHOOD
FCBU$HBD BT THE
Prubod; Bediral Institute!
No. 4 BUTiFINCH STREET,
(Opposite Revere House )
100,000 COPIES SOLD THE LAST YEAR
THE SC IENCE OF lIFK.or SELF-PRESERVATION
A Medical Treatise on the Cause and Cure of KxhaimsI'
VITALITY, PKBMATIBB DECLINE IV MaJV, NCBTUPB AND
Physicsl Debility, Hypochondria, and all other diseases
arising fr<»m the Errors of Yocth, or the Indiscretions
or Ezcbshhs of mature years. This is indeed a t*o«»k for
every man. Price only One Roii.tr. 285 pages, K-und in
cloth. DR. A. 11. HAYES, Author.
A Book for Every Woman.
Entitled SEXUAL PIJY8I0UW1Y OK WOMAN AND
I1ER DISEASES; or. Woman treated or Physioloci
CALLT AND PATHOLOGICALLY, from iNTANCY TO OLD AOL
with elegant (lLI'STRativk Enc.ravinos.
These are, beyond all comparison, the most extraordinary
works on Physiology ever published. There is nothing
whatever that the M arkikd or Si vole of Eititek Sex can
either require or wish to know, but wh*t is fully explained,
and many matters of the in«*t important and interestim
character are iutnsluced, to which no allusion even can b«
found in any other works in our language. All the New
Discoveries of the author, whose experience is of an unin
Urrupted magnitude—such as probably uever la-fore fell t<
tl»e lot of any man—are given in full. No )*r*on should
lie without those valuable books. They are utterly unlik*
any others ever puhl'shed.
Yau able Rooks. We have received the valuable med
ical works of Dr. Albert II Hayes. These »x*<*k* are in
actual merit, and should find a place In every1 intelligent
family. They are not the cheap order «»l abominable trash,
published by irresp^isitde parti s, and purchase*! to gratify
course tastes, but are written by a res|**»iwlb|e pmf mmuouu
genii' man of eminence, as a source <*f instruction mi vital
matters, conceniiug which lamentable ignorance exists
The imp* rtant subjects presented an- treated with delicacy,
a’ ility and can-, and, as an ap|ieudix, many useful pre
scriptions for prevailing complaint* are added .—Coo* R*
publican, J.ancoMtfr, y. H-, Sep 7. 1^69
I)r Hayes is one of the im»st learned and popular physi
cians of the day, anil is entitled to the gratitude of out
race for these invaluable productions. It seen • to be hi*
aiiu to induce men and women to avoid the cause of thos1
diseases to which th y as* subject. and he tells them Ju-t
h«»w and when t*» do it—Earminyton Chronicle, Ear
mi nylon. Me., Sept.2. 1-69.
These are truly scientific and popular w*>rks by Di
Hayes, one or the most learned and popular physicians ot
of the day.—The Medical and Suryical Journal, July.
1869
Price of SCIENCE OF LIFE, $100. PHYSIOLOGY
OF WOMAN AND HER DISEASES, $200. In Turkey
morocco, full gilt. $6 00. Postage paid.
Either book sent by mail on receipt of price.
Address “Tuk Peabody Medical Institute," or Dr.
HAYES, No. 4 Uulflnch street, Boston.
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Ph. S< hksck’> Pilmoxic terser for the cure of Coughs,
Colds ami C«*n»umpti*Hi.
1 h. nh^mi'k MtswfkD Tunic for the cure of Hyspr•]»
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| Courumption, though the Pulmonic teyrup alone has cured
, many desp* rale cum**. The beaweed Tonic ami Mandrake
I .’ill* a**i»t in regulating the Stomach am! Liver, ami help
; the Pulmonic Syrup to digest ami search through the bl«**i
vessel*, hy which means a cure i* *«>on effected.
! These medicine* are conscientiously offered to the public
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.1 tlie body which lead t*> that -aUil disease. Liver Omi
piaint ami Dyspepsia are often forerunners of Consump
i non, an*I w hen tli y manifest themselves they require the
most prompt attention
The Pulmonic Syrup is a medicine which lia* had a
long pr- »Mtimi before the public It* value has l«eeii
proved i-y the thousand* ol cures it hus marie through a
I* ri d of more than thirty-five years, in all of which tiim
it* reputation lias constantly increas* •, ami the most ob.
•tinate sk* pliemm can no longer doubt tfuil it i* a remedy
which may be used with confidence in all case* which
almit of a cure.
It the |»atient will pcrseveringly follow the direction*
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md physician.* have iiv*|w red, the use of thi* im-«licine
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Consumption are within the reach of medicine, hut he
mphatically asserts, that often when patient* have the
most alarming symptom*. such as a violent c*-ugh, creeping
•hill*, night sweats, ami general debility, even to such a
legree that tla-y are obliged to He in Iasi, ami when they
ire given ut» hy their physician, they may still he cured.
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lung* are very lautljr diseased, ami to some extent de
stroyed. a run* may »** effected by Ur techenck*- rned
Also, in Scrofulous disease* these medicine* are equally
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person* who have been nearly covered with running sores,
ami now all healed up Thi* shows It* purifying properties,
which must la? done to heal cavities in the lungs.
In the treatment of Consumption, it is of the utmoftt
imp* rtance to give vigor ami a health tone to the system.
Hence it is necessary t** strengthenthe appetite of the
patient and improve the digestion. Proper nourishment
is required, together with such mean as will make the
f sal easily digestible. The articles most suitable for the
diet of consumptive patients are designated in Ur.
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In general, the moat highly nutritious articles are tolar
preferred ; but the digestive organs must be strengthened
in order to make either fond or medicine serviceable. This
requirement Is met by the Sea Weed Tonic, and for this
purpose it was designe*!.
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In Consumption, tin- Sea We«l Tonic ..ml Mnn.Ir.ke
•ill. involute auxiliary m« mine. Tlwy rcllcxo the
ufferih-a ,g the patient and **■!« the l*ulmonio Syrup
effecting « cure- They hare been found u»ctul In *,
»nc«l xtagw of Coneuiuptlon, where the lunge were al
v»t entirely deetroyrd. and all .yiuptontr. aec.-r.ling to
he Judgment of idtyrlciane. hallcatwl «|«te-ly death. The
lv,- of patient* who were actually In a dvlng eomlltion
,ave been preaerveil for mouthe by the use of Scheuck ■
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