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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 November 1843

Wvtt NOT THE GLORY OP OJESA1Z BUT THE WBLTAnE OP BOMB BY H. B. STACY. CONTKNTMIiNT. IT ACQOSTOS SKODOBAIIi With hurried steps we onward fly Along the rugged paths of Time, And fix the wild, enraptured eyo On golden heights our feci must climb, Upon whoso peak 'mong fadeless flowers Contentment woos tlie smiling hours Thus day hy day we move along, And chase but varying forms of air j We smile while Hope pours forth a song, And breathe 10 heaven a silent prayer, Till ed by dreams of speechless charmp, We hug the' Future in our arms. We turn aside the wreathed clouds Which bound the Futuro from the Past, And strive to pierce the raylcss shrouds Which fill that mighty, tracclc.n vast: "l et all in vami no beams of light, Suit through that deep, mysterious night! Then on iur breast ue fold our arms, "M waiuhcend with calmilespair; Ai. splaying newer charms, Or Hope, -nam to dare Allures us on t. 'n j0ys. The painful toil for liKtor,, -i,av. 1 Yet Time the sparkling flame ae..'-. The Lov...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 November 1843

M the feu. do tnt tuinimt In that nun, tho State shill in iko up tho lul me , wh' ! was supported liV " """')') whos.ul Ihnltlllio llouso was about Iti Jopt t lie principlu that salaries were not lo bo propor tioned in tliu nmu ml nf service, ho liopoil Ihcy would carry II out ami nin!.c thepay of nil cepial. fdr Gran ny said the amendment reminded linn of llio poor debtor iibo.tt to make llio oalh, who, when risked if he hail leu sheep, said he had but one, nml demanded tho oilier nino which the liv allows. Mr Wright of Slvirehaiii opposn I tho nincii Jmciit ho said lliat nn c 'urinous ninoimt li.nl been drawn from Ihe Sintuhv some county clerks. Jlr Dnvis of A, said the bill uJoplril tho same principle which is applied by Iho (.moral s-'overnment In district clerks. The sum of S00 is enough for nny elci It oflha counly court and where tho fecsntolos', ilvy are pro' ably f'.iouijli In p.y lor llio ocm.'cs tendered. Mr Stacy's amend mint vv.u r. j.'ctc I, when Jlr '.'rn.vtey moved l...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 November 1843

IMPORTANT PROM MEXICO. By llio arrival at New Orleans of tlio sdiutm er Atnaxon, t ho Intol 1 ij.;oico of the. inisundor otantling between tho (inverniiionl of Mexico and England Is fully confirmed. At present tlio nfi'.iirs looks a if Santn Anna would soon liac tlio English (hiinduriiig nbnul his ears?. Tlio circumstance appears tu be a follows : On tlio lltli, a fostiv.il day, it beinj the anni. versary of the victory gained by fsinta Anna over the Spaniard at Tniiipifn, a ball wasfiiven at the placo in the city ot .liwicn, and ail the Foreign Ministers Invited, The ball-ro nn was supeibly ornamented, and niiinni; other detma. tions ivera the trophies won by Aloxicci from tlio Spaniards and Tovans. The.-o fliers were sus. ponded atone end of tlio room. Upon tlio en trance of Mr. Doyle, the Charge d' Affaires, ho inquired tl.o meanins ,.f them, and' boinc an swered III at they wero trophies, ho very natur ally was led to a closer examination (if them. Upon inspection ho found tli.i...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 November 1843

"V if Ho touched his harp,and nations heard, cntrnm oil From Iho 'anesvillc Republican. " Sing ita a Whig Song." l.ancsvillc Aurora. A W II IcT SONG. nv j. nitENicn. Tune Old Van Tucker. The moon was sliiniiiff silver bright, The stars with slory crowned the night, High on n limb that "same old coon" Was singing to himself this tune: Ciiori'b Get out of tlio way, you're all unlucky. Clear the way for Old Kentucky! Now in n rail predicament Tho Lollies ore fot President, They have six horses in the pasture, And don't know which can run the faitwj: Get out of tho way, itc. The wagon horeo of Pennsylvania, Tho Dutchmen think he's best of any '. Out he must drag in heavy stages, Ilia federal notions nnd low wages: Get out of the way, itc. They proudly hrinr upon the course, An old and broken down war horse: Tliry shout and sum 'O ruinpsey, dunipsey, Col. Johnson killed Teciimsey ! Get out of the way, Ac. And hero is Cnss, though not a dunce, Will run both sides of the track ai once ; To...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 November 1843

'1 NOT THE GX.OBY OT C S A R BUT THB WBLTARB OF'BOMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERM O.N T, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER n, 1843. VOL. XVII No. 24. THU II()Mi:S Ol' KNGIjAXD. nx JOHN Howard dcbgis. "The merry homes nf England ! Around their hearths by night, What glndsom looks of household lovo Meet in the ruddy light I There woman's voice Hows forth in song, Or childhood's tale is told. Or lips move tunefully along Somo glorious page of old." Mrs IIemans. The cheerless homes of England I Around their hearths at night, What hapless looks nf want and wo Meet in the embers' light I There mothers wail and fathers sigh, And heart-wrung tears are sheii. And fjinish'd children join their cry. The plaintive cry lor bread! "The merry homes of England I" Av, sing them ns her fame That's past and dead, her wretched homes Arrtnnv hot irinn clmnnf Thepamper'd hound and petted steed. With choicest food are fed, While thousands nf her children need, And weep for lack of bread ! The mirthless homes of Englan...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 November 1843

CHINA. Tln overland ni iil from India had arrived, bringing iiitcttiu'iicc frmii China lhat tin r.it- itiiMlitnu of tin trenly li.ul lit-en exchanged, mill a commercial treaty of tlio most favora li!o character had hern agreed nn. It v tlm commercial treaty with China th" wlioln system offers nnd presents is abolish cd. The hong iMOiclt i tits' debts have, boon iaid up. Tliu trailo is open to all nations as ..(.ll.i.tli. it. I. .Fimlisll, , linl.il i lint Vet kllDWIl whether any hut tlie English are to liavo con suls at tliu four ports. Sir Henry I'ottiiigrr proclaims tlin ratifi cation of tlie treaty, under tlalo of .Inly 22, nnd solemnly and urgently rails upon all sub jects of tlie ISiitish Crown, not only to con form and act up to tlio provisions of commer cial treaty, lint In spurn nnd make known nny base, traitorous and nnpi incipled over tures which tbey or their agents may receive from any subject of China, whether officially connected with the Government or not, to ward ent...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 November 1843

15. M. 1. A meeting of the Durlitii;ton Mechanics In stitute will bo hold at their Reading-room, on Monday evening next. The first of a series of lecture, by a member, mi Geometry, may bo xpectcd. Hy order of Director?. S. PLBTCURR, Secretary. nilir.UTON MARKET.--Nov. 6, 1843. At Market, 3300 Cattle, (nbout 2300 of which were probably Dccf,) and 1300 Stores, 3S00 Sheep, nd 2500 Swino 300 of the f. Swino wcro repotted last week. 600 Swino unsold. Psicss Reef Cattle Last week's pricown9 hard ly eustsined, a small quality were sold at the highest price. We quote a few extra at SI 50 s First .quali ty, 310 84 23i second quality S3.50 S3 75; third quality 82 50 & S2 23. Rarrtling Cattle. Una 83 12J ; No. 1 82 G2l ( No. 82. Storti Two year old $3"? I2 three year old SU M7. Sheep Small lots were sold from 75e to SI 50. Weathers 81 25, to 82. Sieine Dull i prime lots to peddle 33 3 4 for lows, and 43 P 5 for barrows. Large hogs from 2 to 4c. At retail from 4 to Cc.. I M a c ir S a ad, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 November 1843

mis 3Limi2a lie touched hUharp,ond nations h car J, entranced. From the Glasgow (Scotland) Chartist Circular. TUB l'OOIt MAN'S WEDDING. I wed thec, cirl, as poor men wed, To sharo u lot of toil and cue ; No gems will deck our bridal Led, But I.ovo will strew his roses there; No cringing slac, no menial throng Will seek our nuptial hovel's thatch ; No steeds will bear us swift along For ours is not a Coburg match ! I did not seek thee fur thy gold, For wealth thy fancy might bestow My love was not a lechng sold, For o'en as I am, poor art Ihou. I would not with a tongue to which The lust of Mammon lent its art ; I do not wed theo to be rich Kor mine is not a Cobuig heart I Thou dost not take me to tliino arms, Uy state necessity impelled, While condescension yields thy charms, To be Willi liumlilc reverence held. I choose ihee my poor lot lo cheer, To shed a radiance o'er my life, And not to frown or domineer Kor thou art not a Coburg's wife! -s When time the pleasing hope shall give...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 November 1843

. & 1 NOT TUB O t O H T OF O JE S A n BDT TUB W B X. T A H E OF R O HI B BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1843. VOL. XVII Xo. 23. Tilt; 1MUJ.TI S rnAYEit. Oh) thou Great Head of earth nnd Heaven Who dost the howling tcmpest.ride, Thy will the holy fuchas given Be thou the Printer's friendly Guide. When ovo thy aiure Hook expands, He sees his slarry Letter bright, The Work of thy clernnl hands ; Great sovereign of cthcrial light. With Heaven's effulgent Type, serene, The beauteous rainbow's cheering ray, Imprint upon his soul the scene, That opens in celestial day. And when his earthly mouldering Form. Is Locked up in death's cold Chase, Oh 1 save his spirit from the storm That hurls the vicious from thy face. And oh 1 when thy last trump shall sound, And bid the slumbering dust arise; May he be in the Columns found, That form the Pages of the skies. DISAPPOINTING A LANDLORD. Persons who have 'staged it' a great deal are awaro that the eating houses along...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 November 1843

o n mires, both foreisn and domestic, I cannot cimv eaite. Hut llieOoiMtitntion was not lo lm triflwl.wilh. Tlie couiiiry, 1 believe, by n grcitinaj irity, Is of opin Inn tint tins iluty does below to Cuvf-ritmeiii, nnd ought to bo exercised. All tho new c xpdtlnders havo t.ot been abltj to erase this general power over Com merce. Their fate, in this lespert, is like that of hurt in anci?nt story. While endeavoring W tear up, and render asunder IhcConslilutiuii, its sfroife fibres havo recoiled and caught them in the c'cfl. Thef cspe nonce , ' ... , ,. , " Mile's fearful end- Wc.lged in tho Innher which they strovo to rcritl." Oenll omen, this constitutional power can never lie ntrrendered. We may as well give up the whole iMiiiincroi.il. power Jit once, nnd throw every thing Cdiincciod with it hick up.in the Males. lfConprcss surrender lhi pjwer, to whom shall it ps-, or where V J." " "? lodged 1 .Shall it ha lelt to an nnd twenty ditiercnt legislatures 1 To tight hundred or a thou...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 November 1843

SCHOOL. MR. GEO. SAUNDKUS &, Co would resnectfullv inform tho 1 public of Burlington and vicinity, that they will bo reauy in open . their school bv the 20th of Decem ber. They will also attend schools in tho adjoining towns, wherever (hey may bo required. Waltzes, Spanish Dances, Quad- ..'.11 I rtA..nn ImlnKl It, . Iltie III1U VjUIIU U .ttus-va ,,. ... . i i . i -. r -I. : 1.1 tne latest anu must msuiuuuuiv style. They will furnish tho best, latest and most approved music for balls, cohllion parties, &c. at tho shortest notice. srt-Mr. Colberlhhastust rcceiv- led a letter from Mr bounders in 'which he says he shall positively bs here by the 15th Dec. Burlington, Nov. 2I.1B43. 25tf FARM FOR SALE. ftaa T.ORsalo n farm in Underhill contain ifllk i- ing one hundred and forty-six acres, IJSIB about one hundred acres of which is un .lZlUB.dcr cultivation, the remainder is covered by a pood growth of hard wood. On the premises area convenient dwelling house, barn, sheds Ac. and an...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 November 1843

hvruxgton, Vermont, ) UcTonr.n, 18-10. S THE SUBSCRIBER has opened n Dooks'oro In this place, nnd intends to keep a full supply of In nil departments ofMtcrntMu and Science, nnil will supply School Teachers mid Country Merchants with AntTiiMr.Tics, HisTonir.s, GnAMMAtis, Spelmno Hooks, nlsu Algeciias and the higher branches of Mathematics, together v.-dh the Classics used in High Schools, Academies niul Colleges. Arrangements lino also been mado for prortir itignny of the Periodicals ol the day.amonir which are liondon, Killnbiirgli, I'on-lijii and Westmin ster Review-; lll.-tcliwood's mid (lie Dublin University Magazine. TI1R AMERICAN' QUARTERLIES, -Sl'CIt AH Ameiicni Uihlic.il Repository, (per annum) S3 00 American Jurist and I.avv Magazine, " f 00 Ampricfin .Imimnl nf Meihcnl Science. ' ft 00 Mclhodist (iiniterly Review, " 3 00 North American Review. " 5 00 AMKlUCAMiKl'IMNTSofl'Oltnir'KUVIKWS London Clurtctly Review, (per annum) S3 00 Edinburgh " " 3 00 Forcim Quarterly " " 3 00 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 December 1843

' ' NOT THE G X O H V OP O JB S A II B V T T II E WBLFAnB Of BOMB. BURLINGTON. VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 184.?. VOL. XVII...N. 2G. BY'H. B. STACY. Prom Graham's Magazine for December. HOW Ot,D AUT THOU ." IT 8. 0. PATTERSON. Mow old art thou 7 Is life's fair morning Rlowinj In nloriouc beauty o'er iheel Docs lliv heart, Wilh hopeand fancy's dreamy bliss o'crflowing, Deem each a paradise, where sorrows smart, t Nor crief, nor fear nny como 7 ts plcnauro flinging Fair flowers and precious fruits about lliy way, And, from iis irrasuro house of blessings, bunging New joys In chirm and mike thy pint sny 7 OI in tho sunliaht of thy youna heart s gladness, Remember thou that chance and chinse maycome, E'en unto thee, nnd, wilh n cloud of sadness, Wrap thy bright visions in funeral iloom And, though tliu addenmg thought calls forth an anxious sich, Think that, though few thy years, lliou'rt old enough to die ! How old art thou ? Is youth's say seison over 7 Hast learned that life and joy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 December 1843

MR. CLAY'S OPINIONS ON THE SUBJECT OF THE TARIFF. Wc find in tlioGcorgia Journal, which wo received yesterday, ilio following highly in teresting docnmcnls, on the subject of Mr. Clay's couiso and opinion! upon the Tariff. Wo regard tha opinions which Mr. Chiy ex presses, in this correspondence, in relation to Revenuo nnd Protection, as tho opinions that aro entertained hy tho groat body of tho Whigs, of theso United States. Tho prin ciple is that Ilio proceeds of tho Public Lands, belonging ns that fund does to tho People of the Slates, shall bo distributed to the Slates that all the expenses of the gov ernment, adjusted upon a scale of strict ccon omy, shall be defrayed from the revenue de rived from duties imposed upon foreign im portsand that thoso duties shall be so ar ranged as to givo protection to our domestic products and industry, against tho restrictive policy, and pauper labor, of foreign conn tries. This is our doctrine and it is what wo understand to bo the truo Whig d...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 December 1843

CLOSE OF NAVIGATION. Again lias llio rigor of winter slitit upon us, and tlio navigation of tlio Lake nnd Ca nal may be considered us closed for tlio sea son. No boat lias passed through tlio canal sinco Saturday ; and on Wednesday eve ning tlio Iltnllngton and Whitehall steamers hauled up at tins port, blow ifl' their steam, took a survey of the port, and on Thursday morning retired toShelhurn Day, where they lay up for the winter. Tho Ferrv will, as usual, continue its tiips until thu severity of the season forces the ice into tho broad hike. ANNUAL MEETING. Tho members of the Burlington Mechanics' Institute, are hereby notified tn meet at the reading room cm TuesJ ly evening Dor. 5 h atsi.x o'clock, to hear an address and report of the board of Director?, to elect oflii ors for the year ersuini,', mid to transact any other business that may come before the meeting. A full atten dance is requested. By order of the bnatil of Director?, S. FI.ErCllElt. Secretary. TEMI'EKANCE MEETING...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 December 1843

BURLINGTON, VERMONT, ) October, 1813. S THE SUBSCRIBER has opened a Booksioroin this place, and intends tu keep a full supply of in nit .frnnrlmntifa nf r.tlrrnltltp mid Science, and Will supply School Teachers nnd Country Merchants with AniTi'iupripa lltarnntra. G n A M M A IIS. PCLLtNO Books, nlsn A to boras nnd tin- higher branches of Mathematics, together with the Classics used in Uleh Schools, Academic" nnd Colleges. Arrntmniiirnla hfivn ntsn been made for prOCtir innnnt. nf ll,n P.,rind ifflls fit I tin ilflV. ninnm wllifh nTC London, P. llnburgli. Foreign nml Wcstinlu- ntcr Reviews; IVncKuood's nun me iruoiiii University Magazine. THE AMERICAN QUARTERLIES, American lliMical Hemniinrv, (per annum) Si 00 American Jurist nnd Law Magazine, " BOO Amitrifnn .tnnrnnl tif At pilirnl Science.' 5 00 Mclhndit (Inaileily Review, " 3 00 North American Review. " BOO AMERICAN HF.PRINTSofFOREIGNRF.VlF.WS London Ourtcrly Rev lew, (per annum) S3 00 Edinburgh " " 3(10 Foreign 0.uarlcrlv " " 3 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 December 1843

Tvl 19 NOT TBB GLORY OF OJDSAR BUT TUB WBLTARS Or ROMS. BYH. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1843. VOL. XVII No. 27. THE TWICE TOLD 9V.XI.. THE MOTTO BEINcT"aOD M.ESS YOU." DT ELIZABETH ORES fMITIt, AUTHOR OF "THE SINLESS CHILD," ETC. The letter was a common one, A business letter too, Announcing some commission done, And ihenco Us words were few. I read it idely, tossed it by, And then a pretty seal And kindly motto met my eye, That gave my heart to feci A something moro than business air, As if for gentle damo A dash of chivalry were there, Half blending with her name, And made' the slightest office seem A genicl one to do lt might have been a woman's dream Which she from knighthood drew ; It might have been t perchance the seal Was carelessly applied " God bless you," has a look of zeal, Of earnest truth beside l.llngercd on the words awhile; They alway touch the heart, And eft, too oft, a tear beguile, When the beloved depart. Days passed away the seal once mo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 December 1843

FROM TKXAS. Tho New Orleans papers of tlio 17th have advices frum Galveston to tho 14th ami from Houston to the 8ih. Wo make-tho following extracts from tlio Bio, Diillelin and Pica yuno: The brig of war Archer and tho schooner Snn Bernard wore offered for sale at Galveston on tho Mth tilt. A strung opposition to thoir being solil was evinced by a largo portion of tho people and the press of Galveston ; the con. tequenco was, that tho Government agents found no bidders, and the sale was indefinitely poslponnil. Tho sloops of war Austin and San Antonio arc also advertised for sale ; hut it is believed, as was tho caso In tho instance of tho other vessel?, that no purchasers will be found to offer for them. Wc have no particular news about the elec tions, farther than tliat they havo cone in fivor of tho approvers of Gen. Houston's policy. Col. W. G. Cooke, who arrived from Bexar, reports that tho Mexican aro establishing ox. tensive military depots along tho Hio Grande. i hoy have al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 December 1843

fHMMMMMnlMMMKlMlnHMJiCBm)l Champluin Transportution Com pany. THE slock hollcrr of Ihe Oliniitplain Transpartn lion Company are hereby nollfioJ that the nn nua Meeting lor the election !f Directors' ol salil Com pany for the cnsiing year, will lo liolileii nt the Ho ld ol John Howard In Burlington on the fir-t Thir dly of January (4ih) next at I o'clock I'. St. nut! lor tho transaction of nny other bitino" Iho ight proper when met. Ily order ol'tlie Director", PHILO DOOI.ITPLE Clcrlt. I Champlain Transp' Co. 1 Burlington Ith Dec. 1813. 27 Tilt! Treasurer of tho Counly Bible Society, has received a full supply of common Bibles anil Testaments, for distribution. Hnsnlso, for tale tome fine largo Family llibles, fine gilt Polyglot do Pocket, Testaments which will lie sold at the Biblo Society price. Thoss in want will do well to call. Dee. 7, 1813. II. V. CATLIN, Treasurer. NOTICE. THE Board of appeals for the 9th Regiment of the Vermont Militia which was organized and com menced its s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 December 1843

Ho touched his hnrp,nnd nations heard, entranced. MEMORY. Rather than have one bliss forgot, Bo nil my pains remembered too. Mboie. CONSUMPTION AND MVER COM PLAINT I! DR. TAYLOR'S, BALSAM OF LIVERWORT. From 375 Bowery, New York. ITOR iheourcnl Cough, Cold, AMhinn, whoop . Ins Uoiiyh, Catarrh, pain In the side und l-reast, Itrc)ii'ii(i liver t'uiiiDlaiiit.". nnd all those ntlectlon of the throat and Inns-, which aro n source of so much sulk-ring and so oficn terminate in CotJMr toj, tin remedy is utly nnd highly di-lingul-hed. it is purely vegctai.ie, mild and genticin u cuccis tinnii the svsfrui. nnd run I e taken in the nto-t dell enlo cae with safety as well a well as utility. So ittrn.ivelv lia., 11 l ivn u.eil nnd linen nruvcu cue ee-sim even in extreme nti'l apparently nimosi no ie ! cne. not little n n ttalintlve litlt n n remedy t that tlieproprictor'feels no hcilencv in Introducing it nnd receommendiiig it to all who iinlortnnnlely in.iv Ii.n-coccn.tnii in rc-nrl lo some mea...

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