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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. lA i l i l f ^NEW^k|i^ES. MONTROSE AGENCY OFtHENBrTtORk { CANTON Tm edMipANr. THE OLDEST TEA. ESTABlllsiMENT1 In' AMERICA! PRINCIPAL eItJbusH: _MBNT IN MR«f^tOBKf'' THE CANTON tETcOMFANVL been pop. ularlyknown fcrnaanryearsl- dS& iiVH *! ~ ^^ idr^,Ei^Sio 5^Tb: public have had full proof of Uiefflibfegrity and responsibility. Bnt such has been die great and Dres sing demand for their TEAS of lali, that they have been obliged to etilarge, to n great!;exi)Sit, their two principal establishments hi New York;' viz: ' 125 Chatham Sf 163 Grie«wich-St*. Thej- moreover possess facilities, in relation to the Tea Trade, in a very abundant decree, and doubt less superior to airy other Tea£tn»eeiii j„ America. Their scrupulous regard to all principles that tend to elevate the character of a large] house, i* well understood, and has already secured them a connection, probably, larger than all other Tea Establishments united, and consequently they are determined to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

. '" NEW>Afe^Tl^E^ICT8r ~:" ^0m^^^mm £¦1 ¦ : ti *» r^f^^i ii^- s^^k^^bT. i^^s^^l^ •old on agency byifc mehel^i^SaS^ mt troaei whete inay be Sad the ^wcAinSttsi^Sri warra^ te clsmgethehairtoai beautiWA«S2 ^ P^«ly i« Bbsck, withoi^stitining or irriSmg 'Tfe'be-lifittp^^:.-'- Afii^lpi l i wfe'WWi oRi#m ''¦^m-^m^m^ 'E^&tt !%!$& BROADCLOTHS^KERBeW* a^ar^S- *^*» ^ARNESS TRix' - ^NGStaiargi*tock,PORK0g «ej 8 TOGK of GOODS we hate --ever *«/*"' fir**, at prices to suit, v / ; CASH PAID FOR WOOL .C Jnnelo|l847, ;ilS ^CL'WS?"& ^^ i^the %w York PEKIN TEA COMPANYWSusquehannaCpunty. ^^ See aavertisement. ™ B^S^T a aMdrtment of Florence and Straw Bonnets, and Bonnet trimmin"* at ¦ :¦ U.; BI|RROWS k Go's, .j' TJAINTS & OIL—1,000 lbs. White Lead hi " X OU, at, last year's pnce*f-(the prfce ha* aS vanced in market.) PARIS CREEN. in Oil, best quality, which- is a much handsomer green than any other for window blinds, &c: Varnish, Sp'ts -Tnri pentine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

T«ften*ace Meetiasr. - [, The " Montrose and BridgCwater Wa»hiugtonian Temperance Society" met in pursuance of previous noticajit the" Court House in Montrose, on Monday' the 19tb day tof iuly^ |A. J). 1847, The Meeting havihg been; called to order by the President, the foilowjflg resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, that a Committee of three te;appj>tnted;by the; \Eresident,.whose duty it shal|be to report to the next meeting of the So|iety the names of such members jjas ihey jeah obtain satisfactory evidence have broken; their pledges. sJBlMlarawsnce of said resolution; Chapman BsJdsHn, Isaac L. Pott, and'R. J. Niven, werU appointed s*id committee. ; j ; Lij Onj motion, Resolved, That Ais meeting adjoujrn to jneet at the Court House in Jlontfose on the eVening of tbeiburth MontWmj^fJIItt bt invited iaM-. dress ^ »XKietr at that meeting. L ;. ¦. >}¦:-¦ S^0 ^7^;&'k™*w*& meetflig be published in the; paper! of ttu* wjllalsFC ' ' ** ¦ ' " -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

1—^——*M^—^^^^^^^^ ^ * BUSINESS ^ DIBJECTQRf: , [ ! , .JLUSK &. NE.\|TONi ~~% Attornies ft Law; OteceaTfowrods SontB^of?thr Court'Hoiise. .. - ' ' i ; i ¦. ' ' ; F. I<ps£ ^ .- j ¦ j;. ijewros.. . { ' JOHN II. D1MOCK, ATTOBN?y AT LAW, Jktontrose, Pa^Has re- , Nmoyed his office to Turnpike street, North side, * <Jne doof East of the offipe rilf B. T. Caiey-Esq.ianoSdiree doors west of the Register PrmnoeOf-' Cce. \ ._ ': i I ¦ '•: -: '""" !,. SMITHS, STEVENS & AVERY, 1 Cabinet and Chair Makers-—Montrose, Su*quehaaa*i county,Pa. \ i "'¦"-" . :<. "' w.[w. siuTH. ji risTKvWs.cx.5 j s.amTH, jbCs ^ I *.avirt;?:;-4 P ..'.] CALEB^EEES, , ¦ ;J,'- Saddle, Harness and Tmn^aiaSer—Shonoptiosiw the Farmer's Store. i' Nj... ^ ..... ='?¦. f~Z.. j: R. SEARLE i&^GO.-A good assortment of Dry [Goods, CSckery, Hardware, &c. &c., West sioV of Public AVeuue.-i BENJ. SiATRE, \ '' Dealer in Stoves, Hardware, Dry Goods, &c.,X Waat n^. e o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

aaaui falratwarswar ' ^si^tti&t&mtsi.^^ . 1.;....- ij—= -.., - •-'¦ - - ¦' vvMnayiBtc .'^.,; w**;¦*. ,.,*C. .yj '•m** ».»•*'«•»¦¦¦' r> PENNSYLVANIArl- Under $5* 'v ><A **»' Philadelphia bank, .par NEW HAMPSHIBE. Man &Mec bank ;¦ - par All solvent banki \ dis BJoyajneBsihgjnsal t'- par MAINE. **¦; ' PeontowMtnp bank par Calais bank •-;- 10*r—0 a banknotes- - 25 di* Apriculturalban]: do ¦• Girsrd::»? do i - par City;bk PerUand * do ' Pennsy l ' a do i . i"--jar Damariscbtta^ do- •¦ Germantown par Mercantile bk do-Del co at Chester . par Stillwater Canal bkdo ChestercoatWChesterpar Bangor pom bsT j\ "do Montgomery c<jf : /far WestbrtoTt bit ii,_ do larmers' b'k Bucks co par Citizens'bk do Farmers'bkBead'g' spar Globe bk r do » Boston: h -ipfr Washington co . do •'¦" Northamiium r to slsle Frankford bk do Lancaster bank par All solvent bank I (dis Far'bk Lancaster par : YJBBMONT. Lebanon 1 dis Bank of St Alba is 1J" dis Hsrrisbur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

BEVGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS. FINE NEW TEAS. AT NEW YOBK PRICES. L ftL. REXFOBD, of BINCHAMTON, • N. Y., has made arransements wii b the NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS m Binghamton, and can furnish hi & customers, and the trade, with Teas at the same prices that die Company charge .for them in New Yorl;, which is, at least, from one to two shillings ches per on each pound than the Grocers sell at And i: i every case where these Teas do not give satis&ctun i the money will be paid back fbr them. * Catalogue of Teas.' ' 'green.-Young Hyson, good; ^ $0 374 do. do. sweeit cargo, 50 do. do. fine forgo, 75 do. do. suvejr leaf, 1 00 Silver Leaf—seldoni sold even by large dealers,- betcause of the sma^l profits made on its sale—is a very superior Tea. do. do. golden chop, 1 50 Golden Chop—This is the finest Green Tea cnltivBted in China. It is of the first picki ngs; aiid excels all other Green Teas for the de licacy of its flavor, strength and arona. Here...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

BINGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS. pany,]75 *Jidn!FBlU»*t. havehaported Jnta^ markitt *ome ?one muidred thousaad dollor* wisrth of the fiiilit Bade* of Green and Black Tea* grown in the Cde*& Empire, done; up in all the;varlou 6ui<7rrjMsiaajsa that Chinese iigenairy :csn invent Itisaprivilegeto buy Tea* at thi* great.establish meat, sad h j roxury aid cosafcrt to drink them.— They sell good teas only, and retail them at wholesale price*. .Country merchant* who wish alsyays to sell good Test can axWAts obtain them-sii this place, on reasonabl<| term*. -—JEsspmuss gjT The, above TEAS jsre tor sale by . , ." P'^J/i'.A.i'MMiiBBXFO'BD,! -¦]'- , Sole agent Sir Broome County. Binghamton,may II, 1847. ! -- I List of PppuW^ Medicines] FOR SALE BV L. M. REXFORD, ; 1\ BINGHAMTON, N.Y., * fTTHO'lteep* c^iirtsndyon'hand afitll *"**«- W 'mefebinwnnme DECdsSi MEDICISbS, FAlNT8'¥.On.S, »YE WOODS & DVB STDFF8, GBGCBBlB8,*ANCY ARTICLES, &c &»+-*» otmhknlrdXMi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

]! ] . DE^ GOODS.&C. i ;i -S^Jt¥RB,T 0 -;.;. i -J- -:i~S- i , : , FFflB a tiKyr-- - pad,,JTBEY CHBsXPJtot of 1 Spruig <^ Sonm ¦ At priees; ths±;c«as^; 'ia7to"'si«L OTTlimm^ andseetbem.. .;.;.,..:.Ji -;.--, L. . .-|.| ...... ^st^mtrio^My^,}!?!?:.;, .!;{-;..-- - I ;'.. . i| lABBfp*ad.stt-ved ^^^ :»etf Hides, by 1 O t _£) CENTO paid for good boUe Asb-Mi^MJ^.mis^^^^^m ,. HlGl^ ST ^^MTB^M ^ by „. \^r=';-^-^.rn«!;.i*'-.«ia». CTpVKg-^sVs wsnpplyjtsstraostv^ |^,|s|a^i)M|lj^ttatW^^ ^r.rltofUfinU;.. .' *? ¦ - .li' -i-rCT ' -\' /f''r.'s^!l$'^m^lf'' -'" ^B^'sad-W^^MURsisl '' GWUi BBBt-r-A few poua^</ isspsskd velpjoai^ler.saW' atj;. ' -TT . tfjm. ... ! • " ' I ,' 'I"' :'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

- ¦-|r^R^€rdbi«0k*. ! ra:/i v :^.^^pw€^ivsy;:^5;^ ";' ;-'"^H€ro^ ;\^:i;; -; ' ¦:'; Crockery¦&,Hardware, t Books 4&;gtBtibiiery, ¦ ¦'"'* Groceries, Dye-staffs, Jilailu, FisK,sScc. &c. Thankful tofiiendsfbr past fcyors, he hopes by selling cheap to receive a liberal share of their patrS^.^^BeeflUecVforOASBatleast.heisnot to be undersold. Montrose, May 13,1847. W ANTED, Geese Feather*, Butter,Rags, Beeswax, &rc; &c. J. LYONS. May 13i 1847. j BOOKS. r~ LARGE Family Bibles for 10s; also common and pockret Bibles, Testaments, Geographies and Atlases, Arithmetics, Grammars, Philosophical and Chemical] Books; Cobb's, Sannders'/and Town's Spelling Book J Porter's Readers. A good assort mentof Toy Book* and Ticket*. Also, the hew Hymn Bdoks for the Presbyterian, and Baptist societies. Methodist Hymn Books, Blank Books &c 4c. for sale by . J- Lyons. Mayl3,iC47. PATENT Fails, Brooms, Clothes Pins, Butter * Stamps and Ladlcsi by - J.' Lyon's. M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

t^GOOt^j^**. Il '¦: , NEW STTLE G^NT« HATS. " j 8fIIB FASBIM FOI 1847. . CROWN—7J inches high, 5-K.yeamsn,) b^l tt at sidat, 1-16 front and rear, I curve. JTirJr ovalrflat. Bsm—IJ ieche* wider front and rear, and 1 »-l6 at sides. Bmmso—i of an inch tade. The abova new style, intnidncs«tia'NewY«k<m Saturday. March 6th, by Beebe St, Cottar, art now ready and tor sale by : L' NprilS. MERRILL &ROpT. BOOTS & SHOES, coarse and' fine, of almost every quality and price, by MILL &SHEBMJAN: WANTED. JLo.OOO Bcshel. Oats, 1000 bushels Byd, 100 bushels Timothy seed, and 300 Firkins Dairy Bufc tor, for which the highest market price will be paid by ' Mills & Sherman. I Jane 3, 1847. ' WANTED, AT the ARCADE, five hundred weight of OLD INDIA RUBBER, for which the highert price will be paid. J. ETHRIDGE. June3,1847. j ~ Wool! Wool! dft sfa/Wa lbs. WOOL wanted at the Store ^U)UUU of 3. LYONS. June 1. ! : i T>APER!—Good WRITING PAPER ot 1» 1-3 X CU., a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

MECHANICS' ADVERT18E1IENTS THE l>blisaV»of the Peopli' s Advocaie , ha| . ing the use of an entirely, new and. modern as* sortmentof JOB TYPE, are now prepared to execute, in a neat and mtisfitttory *tyle, all| kinds of - IlMNfHG zi at prices to 'suit the times. PAT*I*ip.£TS, Bl|.tHEADS^ Cards, Catalogues, j Handbills, Bianks, «SpcJj Printed on short notice, and in tl e best style bf the Art. * • . : ; ! »y A share of the People's patronage is respectfully solicited, .« ¦ , -- 1 July 9, 1846. k !:: GARMENT CU|TTIWGf THE subscriber having withdkwn for the present from all connection with the tailoring business except cutting, will hereafter give his attention to that particular branch exclusii[ely._ From a long and successful experience, with recent improvements, and a regular receipt of the latest fashions, he has entire confidence'in his ability io please all who may employ him. To prevent misapprehension lie would further s^ate, that havingjwbrked heretofore Tor the sak...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

PATENT MEDICINES^ AN IMPORTANT CDRE BY DR. YANE'S ALTERATIVE.) ,' We have been informed by M » Mahan,i(a;granddaughter of old Gen. Wayne) t rat she suffered several years from the growth of a large GoitrousjTamor, which besides great deformity, produced both a difficulty of 'deglutition, and of 1 ircalhirig.! Indeed, she-cays, the pressure upon the wind-pipe Was so great, as to prevent her from sleeping in a recjim-,oent position, and often suffocation appeared iiiev> table. She also labored under Severe mdisposSion from Liver Complaint and Jaujnpice, with a horrible train" of nervous affection,' for which she used Dr. 'Jatkx's Alterative, which she tdok regularly for six or seven weeks, with occasional doses of his Sanative Pills, and her general! health wis thereby completely re-established, and now perceiving some diminution in the'size of the Goitrous Tumorj; she was encouraged to persevere in the use of the! Alterative, until every vestige of tlie painful Tumor was rem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

jr ;|:'""PATE^-BfeDICIIiES;^ -g - ¦^oOerate, sod believe it an invaluablocoio fik bruises, bums, »ores, 4*.''"';.', --'- *¦¦ ' -¦ ~ ->'¦¦' -iU-Vaf'-BDWABD-'VYHtTE; NewMillbrd, M^ia,[l847.. ™" H Thismaycertif ythrtwehOTe usedL.ScoU'iiSsa toe-Cerste, and weknowit to be avalnabWrem e*rfor scalds^0*'burns, and therrfore wnhngljf ion tribute our testunonyiahs favor. •-'.'": :!' • BLEANOR LINKS, . irDAVID WABNEB,-_6..v !' 8.-C. HAYOBN.r "»nkhn,8asq.«o. P*. Feb. 26,1847. \ \ 'T5'j, ji.«o certify that I ihavenied Scott* Cerate and find it the most efficacions remedy for bora*, o^ chapppedhands.orUps, that I have fever nsedrand recommjend it to aU those who may bethnsafijeted, n„^ wnr , ; J0HN wellmIn. New Milford, June 17,1847. | Mr. L. Scott-Sir: Ihavehad ample oppirtunw prof testing thevirtre of your Cerate.^Th.ve found it a mo«t valuablei remedy.- \ v -wir-j „ L-W: BINGHAM, M D. New Milford, May, 1847.. ,i„^lhe C ?a f t ! "Put W> largeand substantial tin boxes, and for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 22 July 1847

MISCELLANEOUS ADV'S. THE TKEASsJBV OF HI8TORTr Comprising a general introductory bttiihe of Universal History, ancient anil nuddern, mid a series of separate Histories or every principal nation that exists, theorise, progress, present condition, $c. BY SAMUEiL MAUSDEB, ^ Author of the " Treasury/of knowledge," " Biographical Treasuiy,5'"iLiteraiy'onifScientific Treasury," &c., including THE HISTORY OF ATHERICA. EDITED BT JOBK I»«AN, ESQ. ' The republication of this valuable work ha* been' undertaken partly on account of the high favor with> which it has been: received, in England,^ but chiefly in consideration |of its. intrinsic value, arisin|j. from the felicitous adaption of the plan to a want that has been long-and Igencrally felt and from the judgment and fidelity manifested in. it9 execution.-' The idea of giving inja single work, of mo very formidable dimensions, and at a price, which bring* it within the reach of very moderate circumstances, a sufficient ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

Wotttv THE mJGI«E. Bt GBt>'^ XKL LEX. O wiliT. enchanting horn ! Whose mu-ic up the delep and dewy air Swell" w 'ba d™"!*, a*"1 caUs ou Echo t5,fere Till anew melody is born-Wake, wake again, the night Is bending from her thione of beauty down, With still stars homing on her aznre croWn, Intense anil eloqufntly bright. Night, at its pnlseli-ss noon ! "When the far voice ofiratera mourns in song And some tfred watciwlog, lazily and long Barks at Ihe melancholy moon. Hnrh ! how it swci ps away, Soaring and dying on tl e silent sky, As if some sprite of sound; went wandering by, ^ With lone halloo and roundelay! Swell, swell in plory out! i THv tones come ponring on my leaping heart, And mv etur'd spirit hears Uiee with a start, As boyhood's old romerober'd shout. O'. ha^'e \e beard that penl, From sleeping city's moon-bathed battlements. Or from the guarded field and warrior tents. Like some near breath around you steal T Or have vn 171 the roar ^ Of sea. or storm, or b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

Geoqrij dared him to dj> so. Tfct Judge would not be dared, ana committed kJ«. Then G^rw grew indignant, ««You/irotrt letme«ffrT «No." "I didn't expect jod would.; Thar* it too much of the nflta! Chriscain chanty and spirit aboirtymrsiaane God made religion, but the devil mad* Per soks." i The Court rodm wat convulsed with this sally of wit, which neither, rotajct for the place nor personal regard lor the Judge could suppress,—Pkilaittpti* L»4g «-.-'•• )¦•• ¦¦ .! -¦ ' :v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

FACTS FOR AIX TO BkIaBf. In air, sound travels at the rateof fronl 1,330 to 1,140 feet per second. In watta sound Ipasses at the rate of S.708 leet pV second; Sounds aire distinct at twice the distance on water than on land. "' Tbejhawk.and many other birdt fly at the ratejof 150 miles per hour. . ' \ Leather cannoiojt were used with »Mwderable Ipccets byjtbe Swedes in 1631* ,\\' Tbepeople in Smyrna profess thrw distinct religions, and observe three different days in the week for Sibbath. The Jews Saturday, Christians Siinday,and the Mahometans Friday. J _'.' At Lake! Superior is 396 feet above the level of the *ea,*and contains 32,000 square'mile* It is 400 miles long, 80 wide, and 2000 feet deep. ; •• ,'»¦¦•- A cheap blaze can be made to last an evening, by filling a tea kettle with kisib, sharing!, or any thing; similar, and closing the lid so as to exclude the air. Put the kettle over the fire1 for a few minutes, And apply a torch to the epout. ',',", Newl York Stete pro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

;!' IisOie Saipcrior New*. : The; publication of this valuable paper" has I teen removed from! Copper Harbor to ¦ Saul t ste St. Marie. It was discontinued do> ring thp winter months, but it is now resasaed imd edited with even more,than former \ ?"g«r»'j.. . , i , . ¦",\ : \ John N. IngersoU is its sole editor^a • mart of various character—one whom at ia necessary to know to form a proper estimate ! efnjankind. , irheifirst number of the new series of the- i pafieris now before, us, distinguished for; jitipraryj and mechanical excellence— - We give it a full recommendation to the i piJibllC: . . - . We learn from it that books for. the sub- ; scripticoi of the capital stock for the oomple- i tion of a Ship Canal around the Sauk are ] now open, and that there is every prabahil- ; ity the Jwhole amount, 1200,090, wiH soonJ be taken up; the completion of this, enter' [ prise will give us 500 miles more of Lai* navigation. ' ' ->' U • We pnd also from the paper th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

Qfyt tytoyit'B 3L5ooii(Jti. rUBMSBED IYSBT 1BOBSDAI JIOBIHI"** "^ 'j JOS^ BOYD. (Offlce.on the westaid i of the Public Avenue.) g TERMS—ONE DOLIAB a year in »d.v»noe' One Dollar Fifty Centi, if not paid wrttan three months, and if delayed until after die exptraUonof •th<> year two dollars will be exacted. Discontinuances option il with the Publishers, unless arrearages are paid. . ., , , Letters to the Publishers on bns.ness with the office must he post-paid to insure attention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 29 July 1847

itlisccllann From the North American. THE LETHEON, OR VAPOR OP ETHER. : The discovery of the use of Sulphuric Ether to destroy the consciousness of pain duriii? surjrical operations, is, .undoubtedly, one of the most important aiid remarkable ncfjuisiuuns of modcru science. If. is importnut, because it disarms terror.rnnd frees from anguish the ministrations rif the surgeon, which -are always the most dreaded just in proportion ns they are most necessarv. And it is remarkabte",\uot so much from disclo-in" a new power in an old and familiar meiiica! remedy, as from pointing oat nn applic.ition which is almost self-evident, am! vet was never before thought of, to any pra&;>i*>! j,-,-pote, by siiy five man. Every body knows, unci lias always known, that a liiau in the stupor of intoxication, or thatresultiiijj from opium or other narcotic drug, is insensible, mure or less, to' bodily pain; and opium, given in moderate doses, has been always used upon occasio...

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