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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

_ ¦ ¦ 1 .. ; '0 WUW IScsponses. |t ! th The Eve. Journal promises to make room for some "emphatic public sentiments' fr'om the whig- press, in " response" to the whig no- minations—which response, it says, is "unani--mous and enthusiastic." Among others it, enumerates tlie, N. Y. Kxpress and the Auburn ¦ Daily Advertiser, as having made that kind of response. ¦ We too, have not boon inattentive to these responses of tho whig press, and liave already' notieed some of,tlicin. Wc^idd a few more, which are certainly " emphatic" enough.—-^/- bany Argvs. " It would bo hypocrisy in us not frankly to admit that in placing the name of. Gen. Taylor in that position, [a^ thu head of its columns] wo perform we, most mortifying and unwelcome duty of our editorial life."—Auburn Daily Adv. " BtsF" Gen. ZActiAitT Taylor ^8 is the mas ! The excitement in tho city -is intense, and we will not here attempt to describe the deep feeling this announcement has created in the whig ranks."—.V. Y. Expi...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

, —> S , I General Taylor and tl»e lilfai. t ;r ] ( Theiate war was bitterly and vehqme itly opposed. Like the present, its objects ' ?ere misrepresented, its causes iderded and pprrer- -ted, and its ohampfons ridicnltd and dancuu- •ced'. There is a striking similarity Ifetvcen ' the arguments used against the war wiai 3 iex- fico and the'arguments used against tlje war isSJSafts&^ar^^ sr the very language common to; the opjpoq jnts of the latter. The anti-war orators -in Con- gress take the same course, and by thfse yet Sving who opposed the late war, it is <|nlj ne- cessary that they should :strike: oiit all fefc rcnces to Great Britain in their ispeechess dv nngi that crisis, and fill in a little Mexican Jsyi ipa- |, thy and they have" a strong pl,ea agaufet ,beir j country ready made to tlieir hands. We al- ] lude to these facts; not so rau<ili to s|ow the ^ close relationship betweea treason n|)W and treason thirty-six and thirty-three years a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

WtaoBMs I—Pi*, se' (Tale*. . < \t j' The Cleavfland Plain.Dealef proposes now upon the stort, to offer the foBouing premiums for tbo following Federal services: 1st— $50 to the Whig editor who will tell tbo biggest He about Gen.- Cass. | > '2d-^$25 to the Whig writer or speaker who will convince any man in bij,senses that Gen. Cass is opposed "to River and Harbor improve-I meats. j 1 3d_$10 to tjie man who will slander Gen. jWm. ©..Butler in any particular. Latee.—Thi Bids Takenlf->-As we expected, the announcement of the foregoing i Tow weeks ago, caused a prodigious stir amonj . t|e whig corps editorial, and desperate effort; wfere instantly put forth on all hands, from thi North American down, through all grades t tho most despicable sewers of its pur-bald slan r dWs; to win. It appears, hojwever, from th subjoined paragraph which we phd in thtf Lan casterian, that the agony andsospense has tei ^ minated: ... I •.•; The Prito. Talcs, which you desire,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

Tli'MIOCRAT. ; "," I, r ¦ ¦' :, '', % ^1».G; HEJtJSTEAD, Editor. . " |.. . ,_¦ ¦ : ¦ ¦ ¦ ''¦ !),« % ~ !Wblitro«c, . -.;. ,;| June 22^-lS4S ."' : '¦ y ¦- -¦ i-, ¦ - =¦ ¦ - ,t '•". •«! v:";'- Cor |»rcBtden«, ^r'^PN.IigWISCASS, OP IklCUIQAX. •" ! f_____ • 1 For Tic* President, 6EN.WM0. BDtLER, OT ^KBTDOKT. ' I IOB CANA^, COMMISSIONER, ISRAE1| PAINTER, - . Of Westmoreland County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

j 1«< Tne Cry la StlU They Come." [ ; ' ' ' ikVc could flji columns with the_ complaints d§he Whigs against tho nomination of Tatt«.. The disaffection seems to extend over alparts of the Union, save in the South.— Tlo denunciationsIfolminaUd against him arc bitter andunsquivocal, and it will recjuiro all tie efforts of the peace-makers to quiet them idftime for theclectibh. Wo fear that the hoill|g waterji of Whig anger will defy all the' cfffflts and cominaiids'of the Whig Canutes, who tWnkthat»ftCT'hapng,preached.fo years agfinst Horth^m dough-ftces in the Dcmbcratllparty, theyjean oany into effect what thoy pledge of c4horsl!andthat.'their partisans will afbmit wUho#>»:mnrpier, B/ut "t. seems, that there is a spirit pfrftsiataneo even in Wbig' ^..tnim}^r', ^%^.vu^^' Iffinnsyhamqn: 1; ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

Tne NatlvlstB and General Taylo*. At tho gr'ea^la^injcctingheldinNew Yonk on tho 2d of Juflo, salys the Pentisylianiaf, Hon. Dudley Selden,.6no of the (greatest spok|s in the WhigfrheeVi Itsed, tho following lai-•guago: -,| .. ¦ I 1",] °! ' ... A I am opposed to G&ieral Taylor for anothjer reason. That class p|f men jwho have sougjit to thrust him forwardij aro the 'same who jin 1844 ruined the country under the cry of Njitive Americanism;; jii Again is that party organizing, under General Taylor, for the pdrposa,of bearing down the foreign vote. j Now read tho follo.ifing from the Dqjly S\in of yesterday, the organ of Nativismiwthis city. We hope our cotemporaries of tho press will spread it far and wido: It speaks a language of more than ordinary: significance, and shoyrs, not only that Nativism was the first to nomi nate General Taylor, hut that it hopes to build itself up securely undpr the shadow of bis influence, and by the aid of his friendly counsels. Bead it car...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

W L-Uwlfrom Europe! f^The steamBhip1 S_werica; fromXiyerpool, arjireJi.afc. Boston o|. Tuosday night, ^ifter an unntscedentedly shofrt passagc ^ of 10 days and 8 - boas, bringing ddvicesseTflif days) later than b- the .'Awidhi. § ,'"''" '"' Markets.—Western canal flouit, 27s.: 6d. ,28*. Southern! 27b. a 27 s. 6d.| Nexr Or->ans ond Ohio,. 26s. a 27s. Wheat, white & lixed, 7s. 6d. a §s. per 70 lbs. Indian Corn, ier quarter, 32s. fa »2s."6d. Corn meal,'14s. 3d\Yl5_. \ ' .' ! "'"-• Flour and graif have scarcely Changed—a little lower perhaps. Statement of the potato blight false, Cojton as before. • Trade slowly improving until outbreaks gave it a blow which almost suspendetf business. Exports are almost confined to ihe United Stated, which nation is at prcsent^the palladium of (Great Britain. Money plepty—accommodations liberal —discounts moderate. Bank of France improving. Business very dull at Havre. Ibeland.—OiiSaturday last, in Dublin, Mr. Mitchel, convicted of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

j;-OBITU'lftt. - DiB-H-In Liberty, on iho 8th inst., Chax-.1 loriTB Melissa, daughter of Timothy and : jSally Boss, aged three years and eleven ' months. And we halve parted, sister; thou art gone! Gone in thy innocence, meek, s; iffering. one. Thy weary spirit .breathed itself to sleep So peacefully it seemed a sin to weep, In those fond ones who around bee stood, And felt, that God, e'en then, wjos good, . Like stars that Struggle through the clouds of night, | ^ . I . Thine eyes one moment caught a glorious jight, As if tothpe, in that dread hour, was given To know oh earth what faith believes of heav-1 • f en; - ¦ -i , Then like tired breezes didst thou sink to rest, Nors.one, one pang the awful change confessed. Death stolp in softness o'er that lovely face, Andtoticbed each feature-witl a'new-born ¦)j_.."' "'gr^ee;;- '1' .. ''-• ¦" Oin chepk ^d brow .unearthly. beauty lay ; ^ 4.niJ;tolfi] that life's poor cares hadjMisseaViway. iajmy last|hour be heaven so ki id to me, I ask...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

pew Advertisementa, COSTS SAVED! A L j who arc indebted to the finn of Park I Q. « Dimock may save costs by calling on Dr. (M Z.Dimock, »t his office between Po«t'i »nd Salicbf y's and icttlihj their account.. Mofi.roac.ijuc 21, 18t8. - NEW STORE 1 '' AMD f EW GOODS. Wl have just received at our New Store, in .ancsboro, a general assortment of DAY GOODS, GROCERIES; C. 10 CKER Y, SASH & GLASS, M RRORS, PAINTS * OIL, BONNETS, - STOVES& PIPE. PlRASOLS, TIN WARE, H RDWARE, STONE WARE, SMOES, NAILS, £C. Th io in want of Goods, cheap, are respectfully tnviu t.p give us a caii. a R. LYONS Si. Co. Lai ;fsboro, June 1848. rA | PS. Prints, Lawns, Ginghams and 0\J !' Summer Goods at j B. R. LYONS & GO'S. j CABINET WARE, O ] i band and made to order. Painting <"- JlazinE- dono on ihe shortest notice. I B. R. LYONS» CO. "~ 1 DILLO W'S" GELEBRATED HEAVE CURE, JV T received and for sale by the Agents—- | Bentley & Read. F llST rate Molasses at only 3s. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

j, ¦ DXSSOHJTION. " NOTICE i«;: hereby {given that ibacb.partnerahip heretofore eiislint; under khefirnr of 'Locke & Jauejo*' is hereby dissolved by mutual consc]SlcT6e I Books of the firm are in ihe possession of P. A.LooSe for scttlcmoni. ; •' P.A.LOCKE, i Jone 1, 1848.' \.R.F. JAMESON. , Li . '.'.; r — HER1B IT IS! Hy verdant-Qj_j—s and btooinin. vales, With dnicnj tnurellinj in a; Bock; Tb«jnwltlt|ide;kcep runhinsoh ' • 'TvcettlieU'l^o nXdoneup by r_ocKa.—Braos ; P. ^. LOCKE,. i FasMoiiable Tailor. CONTINUES to cjairry on Ihe Tailoring business over J. B..Salisbuljy's Store, with the same peat. |" nets and elegance of execution lhat has for so lone i. a time distanced all iitialry. With many thanks fo.-j the liberal patronaee'herciofore given him, he hopes by continued exertions to excel to merit its continuance and e-icr i;oh. ' Culling done with heatness and despatch, and i»arranlei lor"fil if propierly made' up." MqiUrose, Junu l,;iai8. . i> WOR>fMED...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

GKMF ««t THE undersigned take pleasure iu anno in. cing to their Customers anil the jjpul lie generally, that they have aovf received he greater portion of their * ' •'¦¦ | i . »U}8ll^l«iii GOODS, which comprisea'.ii much lairgei vafielv t tan ¦s usally kept inratoutitry estafelishniejit, md which they.offerni groatly reAiicedprhes, for most kinds Produce, approved credit of C lah. We witt sett goods, as U.u>. \if not lower, 'dan they can be bought this tide of Njw York. I June 1st BENTLEY fr REfil. TvRUGS & MEDICINES.—Out ^kI ~ U \J now complete. Physicians and otlfers are invited to call and examiiie quality andj pr ces. BENTLEY (y RJAIK RY GOODS—A (oil Stock.of BrJikiatiT, Kerseymcrf), Suiinejtts, Jeans, Rummer Cloths, Tweeds, Cashmefretts, Linens,? Al >actecs, De Lane , plain and figured, Gihgh mis, Calicoes, Linen & Silki Lustres, Jifcoretts, Lawns. Bombazines, Black Silks, Freitch Mcirinnes. Satins, Patnsols, j&e, &C. all df.w it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

1 J J, ' ]' j ~ |;*' ; ¦'¦ - I ' • ¦" ,t:•'"•:I'ri-POR a hwge, Splendid, and Cheap; usortment.of| "¦'-'.¦!. t^fEV^qCiODS about this time, embracing everything ojually found in k country store, at the itorebf Edi^in Tiffany, in Brooklyn. Hiiving pnxchMed extrcmelylxnp, hois prepared to iell at prides Ithat cannot fail to please. . " Brobkjy|, May 10,184?. \ \ . ' i ^ HXAMINE ITI SOLELiiRATHERhpst Spanisb, also Upper , and Mirocco skins vefv tow bv! F •'-'! Monirp«."e:Juri«8,'48. 'M: C. T$L£Ri S ALERATUS arid Cotjon Baes'ifi. t B^ rate article, at i TYliER'Sl -5-—^rM—' : H—:—' '" 1 " ' '¦ ^ADIlLES, Bridles, Carpet Bags. TjbVentni 0;Baske|».at ' ' [ - ¦^YpE^Bfy SHEETING; Cottan Yajrn, Batts, and Paim Leaf Hata, Very low at TYIiER'S] WTfi^TSb.ln exchartge for Goods, (and TV for which part ensf will be pM) BOOO LBS. WOOL—AI«o Buttir, Lard. Hams, Egps, Tow Cloth, Socks, Cash, [and approved Credit by ! = i M V. TYLE£ PAIRY SALT. JUST received" a pure article of "dairy aali prepoired ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

- —rrt—; '—r- it; BJ FortlKr from Ireland. I Accounts recfeivcd'in New York from Jhihin state-that after the^sentencejof Mitchell, lie Irish confederation published an address ligned by Mr. Smifh O'Brien, dtjclaring thai lie period is rapidly approaching' when armed Esistance to the oppression pf tjbat. cpatntryi nil become a sacred obligation, and advising pe people to pjeparc aionce for the protectioiji I their invaded liberties! '¦'"%{ I The address aidds-^" learn to j conte_apIaf| Bmly and-urmly the re*i4ts;of. 4 final a&ugm. and. preparl for that straeglep '.' Kir. Duffy, ihe editor of the National, in ja ¦forfitl articli urges a dissqltttBdn of the two fceil As_ocia|ione, and the fojajalion of a now one, open to all, without pledge orqoalification, aud its government committed to a legislative council of one hundred Repealers—the foremost in Ireland for capacity and devotion, with an extra committee of five to ant as a cabinet; of the new organization.;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

Fourth of July Celebration. .A ki -.: _____x;'_liiVv_s. .I1 _ ;¦;• 8 • ¦"•• «• meeting oi .mose '.jg|>jgfiV interjjstedin'tbe Sabljath : J^tS ^ MBajk School vV Terop^ranceeanso r Isla^l^Kt* °f Montroso aifd Viciisity, 1 ''TT^^ held on theieth: June 1848, ;Tt P. ' St. John was called to the chair, and Georgb Fuller appointed Secretarj|. On motion, Resolved, That the;1 coming 4th ef July be celebrated fn ^ Montrose by a union of the frieuda of Temperance tind Sunday Schools. i ! ' . Resolved, That a committee of airangementa consisting of ten be app! ointed—IWhereupon Hon. Wm. Jossup, A. Chamberlin ^ L L. Post. K. B. Little, B. S. Bentley, Hubbard Watroua, Chapman Baldwin, Chapman S^yrc, R. C, Simpson, W. J. Mulford and T. if. St. John were chosen. A procession will he farmed at 10 A M and march to tho place of meeting where the audiance will bo addressed by different ^persons; afier which the procession willagaip be formed and march to the new Steam furnace now being e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

Notice! j The annual Exhibition of the Alpha Epsilon Society of Franklin Academy vfill he held at that Institution, on Wednesday Jfuly 5th 1S48, at half past twelve o'clock, M. The public are respectfully invited to attend. '¦ Per order.-. ¦¦—I——3^—l^M—M^_,B^P— —_W^M^ Pictorial Brother Jmlatnans, For^the fourth of July, for sale :it this Office. ;Hf,ers Pills.—The best general corrective of the human system ever known in all its ailings arising from derangements of the Digestive functions or bowels. No preparation can be' found that will leave tho systfem in a better (if as good) condition. In Dyspepsical affections tbey are pre-eminently valuable and on a faithful trial no one can fail to approve. 3. G.;B_rber of Lo Roy, Slate "of New York, says that the Great American Remedy, Viiugun'a Vegeta. ble Lithbntriptic Mixture, sells in Ins section better than any other remedy. It has made aome aaton. iahing cure*, and ia in conseqncncc jeoogbl after by all elaaSea of people. The most s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

==—„-rr:-a- . -: - -. ^ ww— —-, . i _. * 2 x //J A ' " J Yt^^l^nnin^Nb, 1 ;; fiobd'plbprJB^ll of every sort; ¦>' v-"^ Gtje Wr n«to my "song; • ¦'.¦¦¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ -r'j Alia if you|find it wondrons short; It cannot bold you long.—rG6lds7kith. TTAat / am land wHaC~Iproposei—J.-was feorn, reared.-ani^till reside in A-^ok-ie-quaw, onje of the oldesj! towns in NewEhgland. Its' .boundaries are tff unusual extent.' embracing a gi-jeat variety bf|soil, which being j in. the occupancy of personsj of widely different minds and degrees of educjation,-nearly ^vflry system uf Culture ispraetTsed here which tnaVbe'found in theJSortberri Siates. This beih| the case, it;' las oBen^ctjtjire^f? m.e; that an rjxac. account oi^^UTJinjg'Iperafion. carried'on at Agokne^uaw~whetbjet.good, bad or, indifferent—jf TIT orinrtv i^Afntlnad m^i*l<1 _,_. . II ¦ .___. _ ! pjupeny eiaue!|wcuta ttrt J « , prove no ^ess pres. ing than instructive to the readers: of the Agri« cdturist. -Beirjg .be s.)n ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

I -.v j..i • \\ . ' j ;*-"¦ of steers/irad an old mare for a leader, ftndeavoringr>rith the aid of a c<>uplo of [lads, equally Wei} armed,' to start a log which ho had cut tjjai i.'.morning and loaded on a bpb sled.: lie wA got thus far with it on bis way to the saw mill, when at the first rise of ground, it uiluckily stuck in the snow, and! not another inch, could |hoy make it bodge, tiotwithstandibg.allthe joint whipping and Shouting they had gone through with, in order to infuse more strength into the team. In factj Uncle Sim's efforts to get his miserable cattle to move the log; by this time hadihearly exhausted himself; fhras I came tip lie paused in-his exertions, planted bisjwbipstalk upright in tjhe snow, tonk off his fur (jap, and began wiping the'drippi"? perspiration from his brow with the sleeve of itis: frock, seeming to be in great trouble aud perplexity, i : • ' :, (To be continued.)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

UEALTU—IIEALTn. THE MOST EFFECTUAt of all K NOWNRESIECIE. 0*, DRAKE'S PANACEA THE ONI.r RADICAL CURE F')R m C Q N S U M P T I O N !' r iTiUBd HF.MOVKS *.VO reRMlHENTLT CURES ALL Dl'BA-¦ j HES AKI3IN0 FROM AN IMPUtUS ^TATKi OF THE Bl.i>O0 Viz : Scrofula nr King''- l^vil. Rhcum|ili»in, Oh'linatr ;Cutaiu-outt Erupluii.n, Punpli-s oh thn fai c. Btnioiu-d-, ' ; Bil**!". Ohr'tmii* Sonr Eyw, Rnv|r Wijrni ,ir Tftlcr, iScaid (ittad, ElitarjTt-inenl o- Pain^oflht- Bones &. Juinis Siutibu.-n Uicers, Syphilitic Symp* toma. Stqaiioai or Lumhagu, diseases arts. iny troin an iiijuiiuun uvt- of'Mfrcliry, DffijiSt'y. Exploit. «r Iinpnuieiir-c in ' . life; aUo, ChrouiuC.Misliiulionat disutders. ; Jn this mcriicine aevrral ii|itt>ccnt ^bul very pntrtil articles of the wgii-hle hingftrtm are.' united, fiirmtfj; ..coiiiimtitid cniirrivsditltrrt!liii in it? character and. prppcrlK-a from any olhtr prt^paral kid. and unrivallei) {nits'oprrai-inii on Ihe FVRiem when laboring uiulei ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

Tfa e A merle it n Iintpcavcd . Ilygviaa Vegc'tublo Medicine. rriilli:iB, I' jiis are ;orio of thepes\ Medical X Cotnrtounds ia ujse nl the present day,— As a commim fumiiy physic,for udministrittion in nil temporary cofnpliiinlscif the stomach and buwels, b^itd uierte,, colds, &c, they may be tully JnpendeJ upon, and a promirt use of them on the first nppearonceof indisposition will invnriubly salve rtucli sickness! They are peculinrty adnplrd to nlfcifsei of wpnltnessand-gen-(¦'nil debility—tsny defiuhsement o( the system, nnvl uspircially ivitb teknalea —and a steady'. un> i:iierru/itfil use of.lliein, in slricl Cpnlormily with llie dircijimns'wfl! vrry soon- restore the ¦ •iMi-ifrs "I tin; stoitiijcli lo their nntural tone nntl action, and regulate I he l>owe)s,*atid renovate ihe nlinlekyntem. ; . ;, Ttiore iSno i]is;iosittim to guvo RXtrnvagant cormrteiida(liiin» of WiiSin. What is here slated, is t!w re.-m|t of i:cl((t!iii experienro With litem. imd thn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 22 June 1848

TO'WJSSlSA'D'c, SABS iPAR|U iT THE M0ST.EXTLiA:01tDlN.(R| M iDIThis eiiract is r-i.t up In quart bnulea; U ip six Jlmes cheaprr. jiIfaKariicr, and xvuira'tiAl ,su|>i-rtiir hi nav F«ri«l. t cunt diMNi!** witaout vomuitig, purgtug, flitkumn^or dtaiUita ittg tht •patient I "*•• (JHEAT FALL AND WTftEK MSDI-¦ , ' CIXE.* . 1 The sreat beauty an>rs(iip|)r.n<ny oj this liiMf^ne «" I'cr oil other ij», while « t*.udlca:*es iliiira^es n i.iv.2<»*nir*di_tib dy. li Is i.i)--of th»* very bent Paltjand VVinter mt.-iiicirii.-i kn< \va; u tmi only ,»iiriti»»«* tin- whi.|«> (ysttpni. wj'I Etfcnj.thfi»« ihe jwisnn but itrreates r,»-fv*, | n*n.arid Hch b^A\ a power tjiO!*** &x~\\ U\ mi oihi'r mi'dicitie. Anil in thi? lw* iUv gn-at ^L•CIa't of is won di'rlul fuicccis. It has p(.nqrm*.-d withht thi* tia4 twi yparwmre than :Ci.t)HO rufes oiat^'tr.'cai^ ol. ili^t-a^t-f at ca^t 7 " OOU of these were cnnsitjecrd iiictuahlr?. Mare ttia^i - ii,OW) rase* of Ch...

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