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THE FELICIANA DEMOCRAT.
BY G. W. REESE. THE CONSTITUTION.--STATE RIGHTS. TERMS.-$8 PER YEAR.
VOL. I. CLINTON, LA. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1856. NO. 51.
CARDS, PROFESSIONAL, &c.
JoaN McVax, Clinton. CluII. MuVKA, Jackson.
JOHN & CHARLES McVEA,
Attornies at Lgw,
CLINTON & JA~SBON. LA.
W. FERGUS KERNAN,
Attorney & oounsellor at Law,
PRACTICES in the Parlshes of East and West
Fellolana. a 14
JAMES B. SMITT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
S[LTL attend business in East and We1rt Fl'ciaur
and St. Helena. a 14
JOHN M. ROBERTS,
Attorney at Law,
Orrlcs: MAIN ST:irKET.
BOWMAN & JDE LEE,
Attornies and ounsellors at Law,
BUSINESS entrusted to their care will be prompt
ly attended to.
Rzrr.nlacces.-Musera. Oakey & IHawkins: .1. Ii.
Byrne & Co.; New Orleans. a 14
HAYNES & ELLIS,
Attornies and Counsellors at Law,
3Ae. 0. FIUQIA. J. I. KI. rr'l:N.
FUQUA & KILBOURN,
Attornies at Law,
PRACTICRI li the courts of EIst and W'ct IFlici
ana. and t. Ilelena. all I
ATTORNEY & COUNS~],ELII, AT LA VW,
TIE undersigned, hlavingentered ilinto pIrtnerrhip
J. In the practice of their profi ssion, will atti,rd to
all busiues entrusted to thetm in the parish of I.vat
And, to any bfriniwe, otru:(: t . to ritihr. in tl.I
adjacent l'arrhs, they will attend separlratehly.
Oflico in Clinton, L.a. .Ai11.:S II. 3I'lE.
a 11 1i. C. II. hiEl.:.
1). 13. SA.3FORD,
Attorney and Counu;cllor at Law,
CLINTON, I A.
IIi, attind to airy profoe.inial h|l sinei- entruot
T ecd to him In East and Welst 'el'lcinl:m, lEa.t
Baton Rouge, randl t. lelen I'Parishes. jie9J
Justice of the Peaoe & Notary Public.
Oice ,t, the North side of the Pulli, Squ.ar,.
.T MI, WI,:I,ýII,
Notary Public and Auctioneer.
VTIILL attend promptly to all Ibu ine-.s entrusted
to hi care,.
Or.Cs: North East corner h the 'blic SRiare
DR. F. R. 1A VItV EY,
CONTINUE8 the practice of his profe.sion, and
respectfully tenders his services to the citizYen:
of Clinton and vicinity. a 1.
april 14 JACKSON. LA.
HARRIS & LEVI,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 39 CAIONDELE T STREET,
W ILL at all times he prepared to fitrnish nupplies
at the lowest market rates, and grnlt rltaso-ll
able facilities to those doing business with them.
Solcitiung patronage, they promise their peronaal
attention to all business Intrusted to them. jan 19
OAKEY & HAWKINS,
Factors and General Commission Merchants,
No. 90 G RAVIER STREET,
BEG to offer their services to Planters and Mer
chants, and promise attentlion and promptnltts to
aill censignmrtts eutrustetd to ltheir aenre. a 14
. M. DALE, Y. E. E. A. TAI.1,AItE.
E. M. DALEY & Co.
Commission k Forwarding Merohants,
AND WHOIELsAI.: IDItAI11t5 IN
WESTER N P' RI) 1)UCE,
67 Tehoulptoulns Street,
WM. KERNAG [IAN,
Importer, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery,
GUNS, PISTOLS, & I ANCY GOODS,
No. 6(5 CANAL STmIfWr,,
N. B. Watches and Jewelry enrefully repai)re. a14
BREAD 1 BREAD I
THE subscriber bakes every morning. lie will
feel a pleasure in serving, at their residences,
all those who may favor him with their tpatronage.
All orders left at the store will be promptly at
tended to. He will give as much bread for n dollar
a any other house. WM. GURNEY.
GARDEN SEEDS FOR 18G5,
RAISED AND PUT UP
By the Society of Shakers, Pleasant 1111, Ky.
THOSE sold by regular appointed agents, are
WanTE . D fresh and genuine. A large "apply
jast been recelved by
I. N. IEI uON.
14 Sole agent for Lthe Praicbh c!f ea.t Felicla..
The State of Louiulana--Parish of East Fellictaa.
7th District Court, No. 2433.
The State of Louis;ana vw. C. T. Dunn, administra
tor, d. dl.
BY VIRTUE of a write of f.irl facida to me direct
ed by the honorable court aforesaid, in the above
entitled sult. 1 have seizeid and will otlhr for aole,
at the door of the court honue in id pat sh, on the
FllII.T SAT'UIRIAY of May. 1S.'i.
Iwtwiein the houtr' of It o'clock A. ,., and 4 o'clock
i.. v ill tiii, right tiCl. interest and cla;m of the di"
ti ,1l tCln'i ng I'. Itigginl, In and to the foiliwing
deshcrth d pr'operly lowit :
A l'rtui i tract or pltrsl of Lined situatcd
lying mnd hi'ing in theit prish lfor slid con
tuilng 384 ne s Illore or less with nil the imn
JlrovwImtllnts tIhrceott, ndI nil tlhe rentll anllt
re.vinlliws risi llr therefrom: Boundedl oil the
north iy the liii. of deminrc.tion Iltwecn the
Sttile of Lotlisinllll nllld NM ississ.jIpi, west Iy
tillV W;lli:am Ilotitir r Iriot, south by tiht D.
Bo:ato'r anld Sti'sls, ntl 'ast b)y Ilnsie of Pipi'e
being the saine llitrav nu r:d h-y the defedat.t
It th I probate. wil, of W\Vil. II. and Anni M.
(Oallthl1e, mnai.e onl the 2d dilay of 'Feit ry
1850, by G. WV. Ctllett, nuitionlir.
Also nil the right titlle inlterest and (claim of
the deftnideti t Monroe L', rkins in idll( to the
following d(escritbed prolperty to-wit:
The trit.t of LInd klcowu its the Cropper
tract, conltininilng 640 acres, and the trlet
knIown as the Morgaun Iriot, contltinilng 820
acres, making together 960 acrces more or less,
with ill the impr'ovemenlts there o i, and all the
r tills and revcnnlls arisinlg tilerefrom, situated
lyintg and being in the purish of Easlt Feliciantn,
said Stite', HBoule+hd on tile north Iy Iauds of
A. Nesomnn t. iublic Inlstl, south by pirt of
th' Morgan trnit, or IR. J. Elh:ott's hlnd, on
thll' eiat oy Nestom anll Book r, west by land
of C. O. G;yle andi public land.
Alko all the right title interest and elnirn of
Ilth defeitihent W. S. Irwin in ii d to the follow
ing descriteld prolprty to-wit:
A certaliln tract or piar~iel of lanid situated
lyi',+ no I tilvng n the parish and Stalte afore
said, beitng the c.lstern pitrt of the Killy tract
i'Oiltnining 403 IIet's mllore' or less, with ill the
.Li t ,', m lin all the l rents and r'evenues
ar',.n t-! 'erefroml, ]Houndled, south by I. I).
('hairt, on the north by lands of I). P'ilpes,
west f,. Mrs. Kelly, east by Mrs. Sarah Drthcr.
Term, f i'.el.-f'a-h, with the bcnelit of apprlaiee
mtuarh 9. l.,'i .3. M. G. BR()WN. lsherif'.
S 81l 'l SALE.
'iThe State of iLouisilna, l'ar;th of ji:Mt Flictan.
7th Dltrt,ict Court. No. 1678.
L. Uoibear, vs. J. S. Spears
B I VIRTUI of a writ of fl. fa. to imn dtrcted in
the above entitled suit by the Honorable Court
loresaidtl. I hve seized and will oiler for ale at
the doir ol the court house in said tparish, onI the
Il'lkST ,'.IA'1'UI9IL1 Y OF nA.4 , 18356,
between the hours of It o'clock, a. n., uand 4 o'clock
p. mI., all the right title, interest, tand claim what
soever sa~d delidtndllt, has hi antd to the following
property. tapplrtaininlg to the succossion of hie d,
c'ated nmother 1',rs. Aihthea Shltroplthir,. conslistllug
of tIhe followinlg slaves twenty-llve in inumberll,', to wit
Negro man Timi, lci, F'rank, Bill, Isanin=
Anron, woman Lucy, l irldai. girls lien
rictti, Marya,Lucinda, woman ,al, girl'
Lavilla, little Lucy, womatnt Emily, little
IHarriett, ohy Edmund, girIls Louisa and
Fatimann, hey Simo, woman IHannah, hoy
John, girl Phillis,
Also: The following described Tra'nt of
Land situated in the Parish afrl'es.id, to
wit: The home place conttaiititig 260)
acres, bounded on the northl hy the Tiaylor'
place south hy the l)raughian pl:.c, cast
hy the Leotarid tract anld west by laitds
of W. M. Jourdan. Also 511 acres adl
joining the above tract of latd descriitcd.
Also 200 acres of laud known as the cast
tract, bounded by lands of (!ollintwor'tlt,
Hopgood atnd Taylor, and hy thie Anite
Biver, also the .worl cattle horses and
mules and farnialg utensils atihnched to
said plantation, and ,ill the imtprovementnts
thereon and all the allppurteltancs thereto
Also: all the interest said Jamoies A- Spcars
hats in and to the aforesaid I Itlt'rtiy iy
way of the sauccession of his detceased
brother llnmllptoi Spear's and till the
interest he has ii and to the suecti'siotn
of the said lHtnlptoun spears, deceiascdt in
any manner whatsoever.
IeC·i uf Sule.--Cuh with the bcnellt of .-Cit t bl oaprlase
march 21). 1856 B. At. (0. IIItOWN. sheriff.
The State of Louisinas, l'Parish of iat Fcliciatu.
7th l)lst'rict ('Cort. No. 1955.
In the matter of the succession of Martha i'ramn.
PURSUANT to an order of tht Ilonorahle Court
aforetasd. I will sell at public auctioni in the
town of Jllckson, on
NO "iD I Y. TILE SE VENTH! DAY' OF M. I Y
the following property belonging to the succceonson
above nanmed, to-wit:
Negro man Cyrns, Negro woman Kate,
TERIMS iF MALE.
A credit of one two atd three years., with two ap
proved peirsonlal securities, anld a mortgage with
confeission of judgment to be retained upon the prop
erty. Thel purchase prlice to hear eight per cent ill
terest from the day of sale. G. W. CATLETT,
april 5 18'56 Auctioneer.
MY stock of Wlues, Brandy, Ilollandl Gin, Jamaisca
Rum, all of the fiaest quality, Is now complete.
nov 17 IINR1Y I "It'' ''l
`T 1Y S ,'' tul ,ly F'r'a y c r b ou ,k , l ,r ,; . ,
. T, N. LEMON.
The State of Louisiana. Parish of East Feliclana.
7th Distriet Court. No, 1180.
Tlhe State of Louisilan, as. John W. lays, ar. al.
BDY VIRTUE of a writ of I. Ia to m'. d:r, cted by
th, llonoruble Court aforcsa:d. It the above n-.
titled suit, I harvee iad and will offer for rule at
the door of tht coort house in said parish, on the
FbRlSTZ' 8 TURDA Y OF MA Y. 186i.
between the louir t 11 o'clock. A. r. nod 4 o'clock
P. M.. nil thei right. litle. inteirest. and cah to o b
dl'f'nldnll t Frt'alklll Ilardisty, in anod to the fot
lowing de slcrltld proprlty, to-wit:
All that ipropertv situated lying and being
in the town of Clinton said parish and
State, formerly known as eclonlging to
Hlumphrey Taylor, and now known as
the residence of Franklin Ilnrdesty,
having a front on the road leading from
Clinton to St. Helena, and its iear on a
street running east and west bhy the Meth
odist Church, with all the buildings and
ilmprovements thereon, and nill the rents
and reveonues arising therefrom.
Also a certain Negro slave by the nnmo of
PETER, aged abouot 50 years, a slave
by the name of JACK, aged about 50
years, a slave by the name of HIENRY,
aged about 40 years, and a slave by the
name of RIlCIIMOND, aged about 50
iir,n of ,ale.-Cash, with the benefit of appraise
march 29, 1850 B. M. G. IBROWlN, sheriff
The State of Louisiana, 'Parish of East Felloians,
seventh District Court. No. ~5l1,
C(C.C. ('omtock, Tutor vs. Henry A. Nicholls, ct al.
B Y VIRTUE of an order of oIlznnre and sale to me
Sdrccled in the above entitled suit, by tihe lie
orable court aforenaid. I have peized on and will o1
fir Ior sale, at the door of the court house In said
parish, on the
'FIRS7' S;.1 TURID.l OF LMA 91; 1l7,
between the houlrs of 11 o'clock, A. t. and 4 o'clock.
Ir m.. all the right, title, interest, and claim o l'the
defeindaut, 1. I. ANicholls, in nnd to the following
name d nod di"seribd property. to wit.
Lots Inumblier Two  and Threel  in stllaltre
numl'r Thirteien  in the town of Clinton,
Parish of East Feliciana, said state, together
with all the buildings aml improvementts
thercon, and all the rents and revenues ari
TEMIS OF SALE.
Cash, with the bencfit of pplraisement, to
ipay tmd satisfy the suin of $4 ., with eight ier
c'it interest thereon, from the 9th day of Juan
unary, 1855, until paid, .ttil on a credit until
the 9th day of January 1857, to lpay the sum
of four huntdred dollars with eight per icnt in
terest from the 9th day of January 1855 un
til paid, and on a credit until the 9th day of
Jannmry 1858 to pay four hundred dollars with
eight per cet: interest frost the 9th day of
January 1855 until paid, and on a credit until
the 9Ih dtay of January 1859 to pay four hunt
1dred dollars with cigI'ht per 'cent interest from
the 9th day of January 1855 until pald andtl
march 29 B. M. 0. BIROWN, Sheriff,
1PROBATE SA LE.
'The' Stiln of I.ouisiaua Plarish of East Feliciane.
Seventh I) trlict Co'urL, No. 461.
Inl the matlter of the succeFsiO of I)unki IloI
IN compliunce with an order and authorized
by It cumin!sion to mte directed by the
]Ioniuorable Court ilforisaid, I will oftfer fir sale
at public mntiti i oii t lipremiseis, the following
property siltuate lying and bIiegin the Plrish
of East FIliclhiant said state bclonging to said
'1'lJItI1)AY the lst day of lMay 1856,
at 12 o'clock, M. to-wit:
Six hlindrir'd and forly n''s of hand ituated
niar Ke llr'titolln mad boundl' as foIllws, jiorth
by hlnds of jludge McGh11(ihe, south Iy Iihus of
11. (nlu'den', East by I;,lllins of Josi h ]Aeton
anld west bI)y hlas of ,I1. Ihhobino togh , ,',,r
willth tihe iUlpro'nt'llts conlsisting of it dw llintg
houlie, gin hous'e ad of thL' l lt ilings.
TERMS ii MALI.,
One thirId ash, a id the lalii. oil aI credit
ol' oi e i ll tN o yoa1 s w'ithi ijhitl pfT (' r t I llltr
'est from'l thel' o I' slil, dy with mortlagell' and
olfl' ss.o. i'of juigiiu'ut r'thiued untitil the i flial
srs ito gi', notes fliiir suci:h suims l hat. the while
illiF bei di'idhd inti o ilii iiqial shares lnolig
the heirs ill orderl' to cliosi the ailunic 's:i(on.
mlarch 29 B. M1. (. BIRtOWN, Shriff.
The state of Louijsiuja, Parish of East te'liciauna,
seventh' I)itri'!ct Court. No. 224.
i ll ' llsuccessionl f iRund I II.l cljiuhil. dluCel edoll .
A l: Tl I)IRIZ El) n I y mit . nl iu s il ll ( l i-m th e h nl Oltra -
ble courl't alr.l',rc d. I will xpol, se at pulic: uae
tiou, to the .iit Iianld hbght t bidIt , r. on
IEDV'DES/I).1 Y'. Apr'il l9, lah,"
between the hutlrsl'ot l ou'inck iand 2 i'ciu~ck ofniid
day, at the Coullrt oll.u e dool' ill the towni of ClitltOll,
the ifllowinlg described property to wit:
Oite lorse, saddle, atld bridle,
One 'timall goiil l(l.inei Watch,
One rievolvir P'istol Ind other mnall articles.
37rms qf' .&le.--CAS11.
march .'1, ls's JAMI I'S Wt2II51t. , Luccto(.er.
WINES, COIDIALS, & LIQUORS.
CALL and oxamine the sutbse'ber'u stock oif Winei',
C Cordials. and Ilo'iors. WM. GURI1NEY.
SILVER \VAltt-i-Just received, it rappl'y 1' furks,
s iooun, Lb ltitr kuives; .c. 'ii till' iv
ch 2 . , (.11i I V 4" S'T '. CII;t ..
I_ 1 . G TO .-r IalM h " ( D f. M\'f
The State of Louisiana, I'arlb of Est Fellolana.-
7th Ilitrict Court. No. 2477.
In the matter of the successuion of Allison Eg.
IN COM.P'LIANCi with an order and
Soutlhorizcd by a commission to me directed
herein by the Honorable Court aforesaid, I
will sell in front of the Court Itouse in said
WEDNESDAY. A pril 16, 1850,
at 11 o'ilock t. ti., the following property
apl'lrtnlitiig to satid tnel esstio , to wit:
A pu)ir'el of groundtl inl the town of Clinton
ahid ptrishl, describetd ns follows; The horthi
ihalf of the lot of groiund in the town of Clinton
knowIn nid dsiguated on the figurative pinunt
of said town asI the spring Iqt, Ieing thit, sat.e,
!ot by said Eggleston plnrehdted fronm J. C.
Jntkson, Iransfa fr lpassed Ielfore John C. White,
Recorder, 25th M:y, 1855, in which act of sale
tl.e right to the stableli and to the occupation
thlrnof is reserved to John C. White.
' orrnus oF SA.IE.--CASIlI.
march 15 B. M. U. 3BROWN, Sheriff.
The State of L.onisuna- Parish- of East l.eliciasa.
7th DIistrict Court. No. 2347.
In the matter of the succession of Elijah Stafford,
N r'lICE is hereby given that I, Y. . atcher bas
applied to this court for letters of adnlnistra
tio on011 the estate of said deceased, which will ,he
granlted In ten days after the publicatlon of this
lotice, unless legal opposition be illed thereto.
april 5 1856 A. COOK, D'y Clerk
The State of Louslanta.--l'arish of East Felilciana
7th District Court. No. 1801.
In the matter of the succession of James Gair, de
N'tTICEI, Is hereby given that llugh Blrown lnu
iNapplieui to this court for letters of ad1nll0stra
ti, ota the estaite of said deciased, which will lie
granted in ten days alter the publication of this
lnoticie, unless legal opposition ibe inade thereto.
upril 5 1856 A. COOK, D'y Clerk.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Feliciana
7th District Court. No. 2348.
In the matter of the succession of Mrs. Elizabeth
N T STICE Is hereby given that Jackson M. Chaney
has tiled In this court a Ilnal iccount of his ad
minstration of the aforesaid succession, which will
he homologated in thirty days from the publication
of this notice, unless legally opposed,
mlirchl 15 WM. I'A'I 'EItN. Clerk.
P'AY YOUR STATE TAXES!
NOTIt'li is herehby given that I have rielheived the
STAx lol.I, of 1855, for the Parish of East Felicl
ana. I -hall requlire prompt payment of the Taxes
thercon., id the law liI rulatlonl to the Tax on trades
iand proflesionl will be strictly enforced.
3. I1. C, RIROWN.
Clinton, Jan. 5, 150. 38-tf
EXCELSIOR CARRIAGE FACTORY.
BUTLER It & KOCII,
R l"SI',''TI 'UIC LLY inluirnl their friends that they
arte now llprepared to build arriageI, lllggies.
und Sulkies, il the Imlo.st alpprovd etyhn IInow ill
use. All Iniller neil l iiour shopi Is itietlv d frotl
the inortlh hund is ii su lpliior qaality. We havel nflow
in progl'ress l'ro lifteen to twel ty vehicles, and in
vite alli lthle who iare juldges, to exallinle the work
belire i iis paintedl, ans we have In nlliploy thile beast
workmen thatll thle south can llil'd.
IDesigns i,' all kilds of vehcllie to be se.en at our
shop. Cull l ,n i see theui. All kinds of1' repairing
lolu on the shor'test notice. All work waurranlllted,
wiith proper etage . fhi 23
FISIK'i'S 1 ME A L,LI(!C iIUl IlAL1 CASES.
W I are iu i.o.ps iul of the patentll right to sell
V ihse cels, in Lthe Parishli of iEast Ielicialla.
'tei 23 JiUTLI';lt & KEUII.
CR INE'S si,:rr i.r, UII" Ull I AI CASKET.
.AVINU bought thle pItniit righ tl' Io e i leu, of
the Crie lu! Metallic Blilrial I uoklts, iat a ggrll-t ex
pe-is. we itl rill'illlu I' lit l t I the public us having ii
iiel.Tror ty livr llfly ill. nowl ii n 1Ii , lI llutl' ll ' die
51'. ii. irti'll.l n111d 1 hihboratl finish, mll plieily in lin
ing. lhghly '1111'lnted iliiild uniqgle silver nount-lt
inig.. pt-h lly ui;l tighti, a1Id ailo giving an entire
.viiw'il'll the LIdy,--the tIllt ofl Ihi cIie sket beting con
llrietl d i' the IInest lrlech iintl glans rendiSer It
hit- tmsul desirable u.i tu erver litroiiillcid to the ll pl.b
lie. lth utiiuI l mllilulliE cups cover Ithe glass. whliclh
lls'1rel' the eiw fllll Ihdamilllage lilln necoln t lof ally ei x
Itirn l lire iire. l iliiig of this caslkt eull be see.
it 1. N. Liilnn's Drl1 g Shor . (t lilint
olo'onll i aii main tii i, o ouritlI llder. nil d puncll il al ait
leinlidnelin. ulil i oli ill All icct ll tslluul. A luoe
l-ilea I ' w II 11111 ityis e hand.
Aily in1rhir.,nent 11 ,l ol1ii lll r pat nlit righis will sub
ject iili, thv iiltTtd- l Io ,in'ise ltioll
1,,l 23 llTl i',lt & K cli.l
A CAR ).
IIT NllY S4. * I l:'l 1 IF;N(), bugs I,
rj eli-ittol'l li l, tilii1/t- Ih M lolk It is l1lll% Iull te
iulhalbittli of I'IL -t l"eliu ilnai. gienlirtilly, for Ih
kind 114liberail 1th'olulng0 btlle1wed pUlliin h!m since
eiicliuneci d bllstine1·lll. lintoni. i d lr i.ili illr/ 111t h
ino exi.l t-'ioins i ll Iii ' ai ling o li.hr , pl art to nli rit a
colntih llllllce of iho s.11e.
11. S. ih, :,l is filly prilip r/d hi 1 pllply pliant
ers, sill all oltilers w;th every .rliicl ili Ihi J)irug
Ibpiuhls,. iud I'irom1i his long exprri, lce in that lint,
colmbinlli willh it prallllct iicu equitinti ce wib h chlblU
slly in all its brinches. litretly Ire'qliests. t Itrial as t a
test iof' his qutlilititi lls. A t tc iurile analysis of
Sml(rnil waiers will bI granted gratis, to those dslt
r li i- i 'l' h lv iim-ag it lliidlh
I'tlo 1'11 '4 1'1. r'cll rtut'T N'a. 1 lspenned wt'ith
lea lne i . awooJ proi' l tiihd ., and w ith great care as to
labell ing., taud it liiitl' udttla Is.
A cnllllslitnt slliply I' ilith choicest brands of Wite.i
and Spirits, o0i haud, 'o1 M8ip(al IUrlull,:s, only.
A large qintuiitt y oif Ale anid l':ute'r, (lint rutc
quality,) conlianully coiiiing to haniid.
II. ,., dI vo,. 111 d IcI d poS. d to adverti lhe O
lit.N't S. 15l:C I1M)t &, CO.
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BVCCE.SPULLY TRU1ATED BY tINIALATIONO
MIIEDIATED VAPORS, BY
JOHNESON TEWART ROSE, Fellow of the Rofal
. College of Physiclans and for years, senior Phy.
rician in the London Itoyal Inafrmary ifr the dlg**
sce of the lungs.
In this age of pýolress, medical mimes has uoa*
tributeed her full share to the general welfhr, wid
that which shines resplendent, the brightest Jewlsn
her diadom, ie Medicated Vapor ln.hlaaatlll the
treatment of consumption and kindred aMfifloneai
the treatment heretoforo pursued lihas bee faulty
and wofllly inefficient; the stomach beinol made the
rreceptlacl of nauseous compounds, oils, And a host
of otlher nostrums; all these being expeted to ast
upon the lungnl the failure to eradtcaae, or even to
stop Ihe ravages of the disease. In nearly every case
of wiell developed consumption. is surely warning
nlllluh to the conl.uImti e to shun sech a treatmcat.
The dis coase is not in the stomach, but In the Lega I
common sense will then at once teach .tu that med.
Icine applied in the form of Vapor dlntly to the
dliseas.d surface of the longs, will he Ih more ef
ft'etnal in remloving the disease than medicine takep
bito the stomach. In treating diseases of the lungs,
the success of the MAdoicated Vapor Inhalation ex.
celds my most sanguine expectations, and I earnest.
IY lapplal to the intelligence of all arlicted, or who
miry have the germs of the disease within them, to
embrace at once the soothling,healilnand euoeesuhl
system of Medleated Vapor Inhalation, as the one
Ark of Refuge for the consumptire. I offer to put
it within the reach of all, and can so arrange It that
the invalid is never regutired to leave home, where
the hand of friendship and afftction tends so mnch
to aid the physician's elirts. Where there Is life
the're is now aslsured hope for the most seemingly
h ,lptlems eases, as throughout all thu stages of I~4s
iishli diledseasn.e the wonlderful and henelletetal fects
of this treatmint are soon apparent. In eases of
Ilronchltis, A.thmn. Ac.. the inhaling ofpowders and
vapors has bee n eminently successful, and to those
ullering uiidet any of the above mentioned comn
Ilnints,. I can guarantee certain and speedy relief. I
Ilve pIleasure In referring to 207 names, resldents of
New Y'ork and noighherhood, who have ben resdo.
red to vigorous health. About one third of the
alinoe mentlioned, aceordillng to the patient's own
statements, werecoisi ldered hpl(elll eases.
The Ilhalation method is sootlhing, safo and spse
dy, and consists in the administration of medicine In
such a manner that they are conveyed in the form of
vapor and produce thei'r action at the seat of disease.
its practical success is destined to revolutionize the
opilnion of the medical world, andi to establish the
entire curability of consumption.
Alpplicants will please eltle if they have ever bled
from the hings, if they have lost flesh, have a cough,
night sweats and fever turns-what and how milch
the)y expectorate, what the conditlon of the stomach
and 'sowels; the necessary medleine, apparatus, &c
will lie forwarded to any part.
T'iMns.-Dive dollllars, conlsultation foe. talance
o: f te ayilable when lpatents report themselves con
eO.O(.UFNDnATION OP I'llfHl('lA.s.
We, the undersigneid practitioners in medicine,
cheerfully and heartily recommend Dr. hose's moth
od ofitreatiig diseaes cl' the lunelland thorax, aeithe
Ieet and most ehfectual ever introdulced Into nliedient
practice. Our convlietions are inased upon having
several of our own patients, confirmend cllulnlup
lives, restored to vigoroushealth, after a fenl ruliltl
treatment by lDr. Roe.. II the alove namell dicea.
sel, tihe ,appll ent ionll (if Mt'd!eitd Vallpor inhlle.d ll
reelly inl Ile leiils, amyly jitly ie considered as
a great boon inl euili'brigu humanity, rendering coae
:umnltioll a pier/elt Ceuitie4 di0lF I
Ilr. It.eI, (deservies well of his proifesion for lile
unwearied labors In bringing the hlllling method
to such a degree of perfection.
RALrH. SrTON.e, PM. M.
JAsMi A. Io'rr. ,i. D.
CYutrl ICIhIsul.e. Ai. M .
We. II. Ai'rTI, M. D.
Onivlrl.r, UI'soN, Pf. D.
G.LAVnN WIIrTYDoll, M. D.
Dr. Rose's 71'ratis Mni Liapml.ptimn-prie, one dollar.
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