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SCIENCE THE VICTOR.
SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT BY A
GENOESE PHYSICIAN.
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impticn, Man's llzzt Insidicns
Fee, and its Cure.
(Jliirntjo Tribune.
It i-5 well known that tuberculo.-H
now cla-.-cl among tlie di-oasos vJiich
are Loth contMgiou.s and infections. We
also know that this di-ease is to he
dreaded even more than smallpox,
diphtheria and s.cariet fever. It kills
every .-event u person, and it has heen
considered hitherto almost incurahio.
Numerous studies have heen made in
order to find a remedy, but all have
heen in vain.
The infectiousness of tuberculous
was proyed when Kobert Koch discoy
erel the specific bacillus and proved
his discovery by inoculations from pure
cultures.
Although numerous attempts have
heen made to discover a means; of pro
tection against this disease, and al
though a great many scientists have
studied the disca-c, hotJi bacteriologi
cally and pathologically, there have
been found no such means.
About three weeks ago Dr. (J. M. Ca
ruso, director of the Military hospital
at Genoa, published a paper on a new
treatment of tuherculosis which was
begun bv him in J8S8, and which has
been adopted by many of the leading
E 1 1 n , i tea n physicians.
From Dr. Carasso's paper is taken
the following :
"In bSSS I started my first experi
ments, submitting the sick t continu
ous inhalations of ethereal o of pep
permint, at the same time adm.'iister
ing a solution of creosote and advising
hyperalimentation. As a result of this
treatment I noticed considerable im
provement in the general health of the
patient and became convinced that
this method by far excelled all other
methods hitherto known. I advised
long inhalations of the vapor from oil
of peppermint and took care that the
patients kept their breath so long that
the mixture of the atmosphere air and
the peppermint vapor could exert its
iniluence upon the walls of the respira
tory canal and upon the ti?sues of the
lungs as long as possible. The solution
of creosote, as administered through the
mouth, was mixed with a small amount
of the peppermint essence m order to
prohibit secondary inlection through
the alimentary tract.
"I found that by such treatment the
bacillus tuberculosis disappeared from
the sputum much more rapidly than
by any other method. They disap
peared in the cases treated by me con
stantly during r minimrm of ten and
a maximum of oO days. At the same
time the couuhing became less intense
and the membrane and sputum lost its
puslike and bloody serous character.
Perspiration did not take place to such
an extent as before ; the alimentation
became much more effective, and the
normal perspiration returned. The
physiological sound accompanying res
piration cntiiely disappeared.
"If there were any fever, It disap
peared in the course of a few days ; if
fever prevailed, I was dealing with a
complication.
"Out of 4: cases of pulmonary tuber
losis I had .'57 cases of recovery when
I first published my method. I con
cluded as to healing from the follow
ing facts :
"First. That bacillus tuberculosis
constantly disappeared from the spu
tum. "Second. All patients suffering
from pulmonary tuberculosis reached
perfect recovery, and many ot the heal
ings are at present from five to six
j ears old.
'Third. This simple and effective
method is perfectly harmless. f-qnee
that time new treatments have result
ed in additional cases ot recovery."
Dr. Carasso's communication is so
extraordinarily interesting that it
ought to he known, onlj- to physicians,
but also to the puhlic in general. In
view of the many sorts of bogus medi
cines in the market, which are claim
ed to he able to effect a cure of tuber
culosis, the sound mode of treatment
as advised by a celebrated and illustri
ous scientist and physician should be
noted. Tins treatment can be used by
anybody, and when the question as to
life and death arises, who will not be
glad to follow it, even its beginning
shouid be a little difficult?
This is no official document, but
merely a private attempt to demon
strate that even advanced methods of
medical treatment may be intelligently
understood if not intelligently carried
out by the public, and by men and
women not skilled in the practice of
medicine. J. Christian Bay,
Bacteriologist Iowa Board of Health.
.Juiiu? Ca-sar was a thin man, tall
and with a verv wrinkled, seamy coun-
ti-.M. ?., H5-J forehead was broad ant
full of .-mall wrinkle-. His eyes wer?
not ,,rc-. but de.-cribed ns exceedingly
hri'jht and ntiiek. 1 1 is no.-e
more than usual size and his chin fu!
and prominent. He walked with a
slight, scholarly stoop in his shoulders.
His ears .-tool out well from his head.
and his hair vas always cut
Karlv in life lie became bald.
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FITS. Ail fits stopped free by Dr
Kline's (beat Xerve Peotorer. Xo fit
after first day's use. Marvelous cures.
Treatise $2.00 trial hoc tie free to Fit
caes. Send to Dr. Kino, 0:1 Arch St
hiladelphia, P.
POULTRY AND GARDEN FENCE
And make a special Hora.-. Cati.e Rd IU a Fence;
Vard O-nefrv, nd Orave Is K-r.cir.j a !?peciaity.
We '" l'rrih Catalotie Fr.
K. L. MILLLAlJtKG tit, AlI.i.Mi, GA.
Mention ! his pa er.
PEPSlNAGOG-TJE,
A WOXDEPFUL HEM EI) Y FOR
Dyspepsia.
Manufactured fy
Dr. H. 0. HYATT, Kinston, . C
Mr. W. T. Whitehead, of Scotland
Xeck, X. C, under date of Jan. 12,
writes : "I had a severe attack of dys
pepsia for two months. I used one
bottle of Pepsi nagogue with some im
provement. From the second bottle 1
have found great relief. I regard it a
wonderful medicine for Dyspepsia."
1 17 tf 'A . T. HITKIIKAD.
For sale by E. T. Whitkiiead A Co.,
Scotland Xeck, X. C.
j . E . WOO LARD,
Manufacturer and Repairer of
Biggies, Cans & Fapns.
MAIN STREET RESTAURAl
M I I.K S 1 1 A K KS AND LK.MONADK.
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I eat at Robinson's
I Don't.
Xourishing meals at all hours. Call
and see these progressive young
merchants.
ROBERSOX & JAMES.
Main Street. Scotland Xeck, X. C.
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ANJ-
SILVERWARE!!!
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
PUT IX PERFECT REPAIR.
We have engaged the services of
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ARE YOU GOING
This Summer?
To liie Most Beautiful Spot oa Earth.
CHIMNEY ROCK, C
l"niT?l sat:f .ctko.
It jv !:." i ii t-v. a Hecutu-
IGLEHEART S
EVANSVILLE, IND.
WlTLite 6c Pan li,
Cor. Main and Tenth Streets
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Jjecan.-e it is not n!y the mo;-.t l.e.iutifufHpot on earth with its grand water
hills, orettv lifth-1 glens, towering mountains anM magnificent views, hut it is the
must j
ce in f lie '!;o:ii!:'i :is.
It is nwav from the hustle and noise of Rail Roads and is therefore, the host
place to
health and see real ieasure.
Horse-Shoeing a Specialty.
gg&TGun and Lock-Smith work done
at nhort notice.
INSTALL W011K GUARANTEED.
Machine Shops near Brick Mil.
6 21 Gm Scotland Xeck, X". C.
JOHN SZIPWITH,
BOOT and SHOE-MAKER.
MR,
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who lias ii!--t re-urned
from tlie Chicago "Watch Mil
kers' Institute, wiiere he
look a thorough
course, and is
prepared
to do
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING
And Engraving.
His o!Tice is at our show window in
front. All work is guaranteod.
?-GIVE HIM A CALL
E. T. WHITEHEAD q CO.,
i 25 tf Scot hind Xeck. X". C.
G-rocenes
AXD COXFECTIOXERTES.
One Boor North of Stern's, Ha iti -St.
7 5 ly Scotland X'eck, X". C
Established 1S91.
M C H1DDRET k CO.,
Cotton Factohs and Produce
QOMMISSIOX
T T -N TT A XT T rt
mm a at
NORFOLK - - VA.
Quick Sales and Prompt Returns.
Correspondence and Consignments
Solicited.
Reference : Kumiss, Son & Co.
Rankers ; and others on application.
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9 x STEAM DYEING AND CLEANSING WORKS
i W Offices : 181 Church, and 10 Rank St,
J. Mil! &
inDIj,nT F U A Careful attention given to Dyeing, Cleansing and Re
.lIURl ULliV, V XI. finishing Ladic.' and Gentlemen's Garments, Feath
ers, Ribbons, Curtains, Gloves, Household Goods, &c. All work delivered at
short notice. .Satisfaction guaranteed. A call respectfully solicited
4 1 3m
for Infants and Children.
HIRTY years' cl)aervation of Castoria xrith. fh patronage of
millions of persons, permit ns to speak of it without gnesstng.
It is Tm questionably tha test remedy for Infants and Cnildren
the world has ever known. It is harmless. Children lihe it. It
gives them health. It -gill save their lives. In it Mothers have
something which is absolutely safe and practically perfect as a
child's medicine.
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castoria allays Feverishness.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Cnrd.
Cffctoria cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic
Castoria relieves Teething Tronhles.
Castoria enres Constipation and Flatnlency.
Castoria nentraliaes the effects of carbonic acid gas or poisonons air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
Castoria assimilates the food, regnlates the stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is pnt np in one-sizo bottles only. It is not sold in bulk.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promiso
that it isjpst as good" and "will answer every pnrpose."
See that yon ffet C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
The facsimile
signature of
is on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
I low do vou Let theie from Atlanta, da., Xorfolk, Va.. Wilmington, X. C., or
intermediate isoints? Parties going to Chimney Rock take the Seaboard Air
Line Trains wiiich are the best equipped of any line of Road in the South. The
Seaboard Air Line carries Chimney Rock vis' tors to Rutherfordton from which
point a connecting line of .stages carries them over a splendid mountain road,
hrough valleys, and by a beautiful river -with its ever changing scenery.
"WSIT HOTEL
Shall I Stop At?
Ry all means stop at the Mountain View Inn, conducted by Mil. Gkokoe
P. Horn-ox and his estimable wife. The hotel is new, the furniture and fittings
of the best, and the surroundings well kept. From the hotel is a grand view
of the must wonderful water frd'.s in the United States, the famous Chimney
Rock, towering hundrtcis of feet into space.
Jirs. J lor (on is an cstmiah.e Jaiiy, making evcrv one Joel at nonie as soon
as they arrive. She gives hrv per--: vial attention to her house-work, .and super-
intenis the cooking depr.rtmc-r.f. v. hich insures the most perfect cleanliness
The kitchen - keot as clean and noat as the parlor under J;cr management. Mr.
Kurt o:i : . h:;.;:Icr and !;! eves in having everything fixed to j!eae lii guests.
He has lawn tennis and croquet grounds, a marl ! yard, (that is, a yard nicely
graded, where the boys, men, and ladies can play the old, but ever ne v games ol
marble "roll hole, knuckle down, &.C.") He has swings, joggling hoards, turn
ing boards, and many amusements for the children. He has rustic seats over
tiie beautiiul grounds. Ao where else can visitors una a place where llicv can
get the comforts and pleasures that they do at Mr. Ilortoii's hotel.
BUT IS NOT THE PRICE TOO HKUL'
Xo ! It is really a puzzle to the visitors liow Mr. llorton furnishes the
excellent fare and the amusements to visitors that he does for the small charges.
Some of his visitors have insisted on paying him more, and this is the reverse
of most cases, for it is usual to have visitors growl at high rates. He r is
charges seven dollars per week, or twenty-four dollars for a full calendar month.
This is valuable information to me, and a number of my friends who are
going to take a vacation this summer, and I am certainly under obligations to
you and aviII see you during July and August at Mr. Horton's. Ry-t he-way.
how far is it from Asheville?
Only twenty miles. A three hours drive with a good span of horses will take
you to or from the beautiful mountain city, and to Vanderbi It's elegant sum mer
home. In fact it is said that Vanderbi! t is going to have a cottage built at u
point near Chimney Pock. As to all these points you can write Mu. Ceokoi:
P. Horton, CJ):mney Rock, jN C.
By-the-way, a party of prominent editors visited the place- and selected (he
location as the best place to build an Editorial Club House, ana they wrote
many -words of praise concerning the place and section. I will quote from the
following papers:
Raleigh News and Observer.
"Here with loftv mountains on each side the most picturesque scenery e t of
the Rockies, we, a party ol editors, have met to see for ourselves and te!I the
world something of the real grandeur and sublimity. It is ;i revolution,
and yet how many are willing to live and die wil bout putting forth one effort
to view this wondrous ?cenery. The view from the (tome of Chimney
Rock is-superb. It must be seen to be thoroughly understood."
Charlotte Observer.
TI,n .,;!,. .-.ii:.. - .1 .1 i- .
me ii.iuun ui iii-ni wt!i; lai.img as weuiew near our destination, j ne Har
vest moon hung in the sky as we rounded Chimney Rock. At our right was
Old Roldy, under whose gigantic cliffs we insignificant mortals were creeping
along. The river sang a vesper hymn, and it .-eemed as if nature was offering
her evening prayer to the Creator. The view from Chimney Rock is giorioiH.
But it is useless to describe the beauties of this region. (Jo and see for your.-elf."
Wilmington Review.
"It was up hill and down dale; now in the valley shut in by high hills, and
anon skirting the brow of a precipice hundreds of feet above the l.lnin hom-H,
The country between Rutherfordton and Asheville is beautiful, rich, prosperous
and happy. We stood upon the summit of the rugged and picturesoue
Chimney and gazed abroad for sixty miles, the eye taking in almost at one
glance the peaks of a hundred magnificent mountains. The view- is s-itm.K-
sublime."
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Notions, Boats, Shoe
Clothing, Dry G;:i-,
s, Hits, ad a Fir,! Li:.: :i S:::.r
Mar 7 Iy.
C. A. IT ASH & SON,
Sash, Doors. Blinds, Builder's Hardware,
WOOD AM) SLATK MAXTKI.S. 1 1 A : I V( M H ) MAN I II-
. TIbINO OF KVKKY DKSCKIlTloN. A.l i- i
John W. Masury & Son's Ready Mixd lz
KS'ITMATKS Clir.Kb'Fri.l.V
CIVKX OX Arri.IOATloN.
Norfolk. Virginia.
Xos. 7 and 'J ATLANTIC 8T., (Near Main Street.)
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If vour eve tvoitMc or licidaclic is tin ivm;!! d . ;
of vision it cm Ivj ri niedicd by pr.;.T ui i:i: '
whatever the c:se may be. Is it not worth a it ' '
It Costs You Nothing!
I iivc you, free of cost, the benefit of m;. ' :
Knowledge of 24 years' experience in the ' 1
glasses sh.ould be rc(pn'red I furnish them ':
reasonable prices consistent with first-class xn-.
Mv Work is Wei! Known
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vA over Nortli Carolina. I recommend no .:': 1
'the eve is normal.
' Dr. D. 5. HARMON,
Consulting Ortician Iasier 11 Cjt cs.
isr, Main Strr,t.SOHFOI.K, A.
Riclimond Dispatch.
''There U not a missing element in this ueautiful mountain scenery. TJjere
is a succession of grand views all the way for six miles. No language can depict
the grandeur of the scenery all along tnc route. The IJroad Kiver certainlv is
as picturesque as the famed Swannanoa ; and larger and much more turbulent."
Norfolk Virginian.
"At every turn of the road as we a-roach, the mountains unfold, panorama
like, displaying wild grandeur almost and vet fascinating in the extreme. Peak
after peak seemingly reaching skyward after supremacy a.-, though f-tiurnir."- the
placidity of the valley, and defying the arts of the citv huil lers of the plains.
Rock. The outlook was superb beyond description."
Richmond Times.
"Hickory Nut (Jap is the most picturesque section of country to be found
throughout the Appalachian chain. The broad Hiver, a re-tle-s ei-vsta! stream
divides the great gorge, leaving a towering, rugged height on either side.
Members of our party were vK-mg with each other in the ue of adjectives over
the glorious landscape. To attempt a description of the great gray peaks, over
looking roaring cataracts and smiling vales below would be but sacrilege when
once a glimpse has been obtained."
A STAY AT CHIMNEY ROCK WILL CURE
Malarial Diseases, BM Poison, Mpsiii,
WITHOUT DOUIJT CHIMNEY HOCK HAS
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The Finest W ater in the World,
For fvll particulars. Address.
G. P. HORTON,
61312t Chimney Rock, N. C.
JOHiJ O. GARAGE,
WOODS IDE'S WHA III", N IM-"f U.K. VA.
Lime7 Laths, Cement, hair
PLASTER, SLATES, TAR.
Sewer and Chimney Pipe, Drain
oh ell t ime and i and nlxstkii.
Quell Lime and Land 1 lau;i;
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GOOKE, GLARK & CO.,
SASH, . DOOHS . AND L!,;
Mohulina.H, Stnir Itait. Nj.ii Grut. ',,d M,it- !-. .' "
Builders' Hardware, Paints. Oils. Bnv::-
Building Material
of Kvr.uv ii:.-c'!:ii-T;i.,
vii:i;im '
THE TT
HEATH-SMITH CO..
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Norfolk, - Va.
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MEATS AND LARD.
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