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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 December 1848

X JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN - TiimscSay, December 2S, I84. Wood. A few loads of wood wanted at this office immediately. Those subscribers who have promised us the article would accommodate ;Us by bringing some soon. ID3 Owing to a press of other matters, and the? arrangements necessary to be made for the Taylor Jubilee, no paper was issued from this office last week. Taylor Jubilee. The Taylor Jubilee held in Stroudsburg, on the StTtlrinst., came QfTin glorious style. At 1 o'clock in the morning the firing of cannon commenced, which waked up the folks in Town, and for miles around. During the day and evening over one bundled rounds were fired in honor of the recent victory achieved by the people over the office hol "ifers. At 10 o'clock, a procession was formed, with 'music, banners, &c. which marched through the principal streets of the town. When it reached ihe lot, every thing was ready for dinner, and over four hundred persons did full justice' to the feast. 1T Onr time and sn...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 December 1848

nary a0 I ' i0M!M- gj I . , ADDRESS I ,l;f 5S5 WR op the carrier op the 4 mBH - T;!! 1 I JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN, I If ?is be ap. m Vvf-:- S 8 Januav u 1. 1840. 8 ifi ' At close of year once more I come, The Merchants now will gladly leave The Farmers I would not forget, with t -ctofCm.B ySjgg With happy heart and right good cheer, The toils of mart Commercial, Hardened hand and honest heart; . ionwftheB 6 To greet my friends one by one, And not expect, by telegraph, To joyous feast, yourselves beget, rHPi l'it reduced And hail the new-born year. Advice from planet Hershel. And take an active part. .: t3: n )i ex-H Crowd around the festive board, Away, away from counting room ; Your garners now are ram, jam full ' fH i date ofB Spirits light and joyous laugh, . Why, why linger long I say ? Of wheat, rye, corn, oats and hay, SsSp ' t l'1 whs a?. wn Pass 'round the bowl pass 'round the bowl Bad debts, long credits, all forget, At choicest viands, take a pull MEfffl - f'F, I in th" M N...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 December 1848

Vr i " v- n Saturday the House of Representatives f f Ohio effected an organization by ihe adnp r . rii-. ........ niinn niifircn nv ivi r . - t . . , .. . ... u io loiiuwnig icawiu.iw.. w i ered for the r old tormentors me worms, .wnjerr I'nwnshend, a ireo toiler nam uuuuu louuy . : wjjj cur6 without sickening Mem, and is so eitec- Hcsoh'ed, 1 Hat tlio ceruncaies in memuer- , uv0 jn us operations, mat me worms must, ueai a i '..t. tnr,AoA t Mr Swift ov. M'.t'roit iMlmnnror it ftrtni'fts'- rtmnnost Ihffm.. or else .those of Messrs. Spencer and Runyan,) malce 6p their minds to stay where they are and :!Jhi 1 shall -be passed to ihe .Clock' desk, 'eor there is something in its composition so vnig.J s,,.a 1 I . ' ;n,taru them that they connol. taste of it and live. nd riled wi'li ihoso of .he 43 on file-.l at, ireromre it has bJerr very difficuU l0 ,expel ecfg"lng AJr 1'BI,cr " niamiiaiif mi worina ; for a mild purgative had no efiect on Loose of organization, the firsbusine.'s trans- ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 December 1848

Warranted niidcr.a ngcimUf ,tt ' THO u SAND- UQ4M . Free from Mcrcutv and all Mineral substances ef ,1-1 55. W -lv- -Cure for Fever and Ague. - Russleville, Putnam Co., Intl., July 17 '47. - Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a tsupply of your Indian Veg'e Pills. 1 have found jisaiii Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure f)t : Fever and Ague. lUr. Jas. Boyd has a son who 'has been laid up with various other remedies, all "of which proved of no avail, lie determined to try your lridian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box he is now sound and .well. Mr T. Spenster had a daughter, Mr. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr. Charlss Nichols and three of his family were down nt the same time with fever and ague, and had al so tried the various other remedies without effect. Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. I can assure you from what I baric seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague Yours respectfully, J...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 January 1849

The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. STHOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1849. No. 24 VOL 9. piiblislicc! by Theodore Schorl.. n,,, Tw0 dollars per annum in advance-Two dollars saM-- i"" J d if nol pu,d bef0re the endof lion hi --- A liberal discount made to yearly 3r-Tv j !' "tcrs addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. 4 - 4. T.r -i-. Mcral assortment of large, elegant, plain andorna- description of Hi 1 1 !. TV-1 -OK. car' i.""" 7 . " JUSTICES. LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. pnatel with neatness and dcspatch.on reasonable terms AT THE OFFICE OF THE .o.fersonian Republican. From ihe Model American Courier. That John Mason. U hut kind of people have you here ?" 1 t f mi? irnnntiiQtifk Mlifr hprnmintr a ri'izpii of ihe beautiful little village of Moor- Very clever people, with one or two ex- H t II T . ...... II rfpnons, lie replied. " 1 am sure yuu win Ke os very v ell." "Who are ihc exceptions ? 1 asked: Tir 1...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 January 1849

3q sew 4 'it e&i JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, January 4, 1849', Wood. A few loads of wood wanted at this office immediately. Those subscribers who have promised us the article would accommodate us by bringing some soon. IVcw Counterfeit. Bicknell's Reporter gives the following descrip tion of a new counterfeit, on the Salem (N. J.) Banking Company : 3's Vignette, Train of Railroad Cars, and a Steamboat with the word "Caroline" on the wheel house. On the left margin of the note, Female and Eagle, on the right, Locomotive and Cars. Paper white, and general appearance pretty good. They do not, in the slighest particular, resemble the true notes. ,liuylkill Election Rioters Pun ished. Several Locofocos indicted for outrage at the Polls in Middleport, Schuylkill county, on the Presidential election, were tried, found guilty, and hentenced to fine and imprisonment, by the Court of Schuylkill county week before last. All the Judges and officers of the Court are Locofocos, no one w...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 January 1849

ff3y Vii --- j slril;c for the new-born year. " vay with horse shoes, hammers, wedges ; jVnd all the other gear, sirs fellows, fires, anvils, sledges .nd hail the new-bbrn year, sirs. , -1o,lip! tOO UOQ U1U5S WCU lie juu' nrettv, witty : Oil"""1 . , i . - -ust have 1 ween, in numbers short,- brief, but cogent amy . ndnow I 'spose it can i oe neipea, T r iiqm lipfin " tot) late" nfflfi 1 Jeai -r c Wcwn truth 1 must proclaim, .V irnnn with FORTY-EIGHT. . T . 1 7n 1 1' - r- 5,j;s and sattins, ribbons, curls, Sunny smiles, and hearts so dear ; Haise' high the joyous anthem, girls ! . Gladly greet the new-born year. While I this day uuj"s a 11 .:.. Millers, Teachers m mrr i nnrr 0 aIi io all I'll sinS a song rmMr.ters and Preachers : .1. v I u iuiniorus, u'wu""") '""""i d all to whom I chooses'1 ; 0 ,s - nJ those that court the Muses. Tlie Printer's boy you il not forget, Amidst your glee, I know, sirs, My ew years song, I now have sung, Xow pony up the " dough" sirs. tf It ia said that ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 January 1849

I me - Warranted under a PeiuiSly of it THOUSAND DOLLARS. Prccfrom Mercury and all Mineral substances. O ,1 a H C3 M S sSKM INDIAN Cnre for Fever and Ague. Russleville, Putnam Co., Inch, July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply of your Indian Yeg'e Pills. 1 have found said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure if Fever and Ague. Mr. J as. Uoyd has a son who lws been laid up with various other remedies, all rtf which proved of no avail, lie determined to try your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one hti.v he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spcnster )ftd a daughter. Sir. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr. Ohnrlss Nichols and three of his family were down Jit the same time with fever and ague, and had al in tried the various oilier remedies without effect. Tour Imlfan Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. I can assure you from what I lwvc seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may he relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague Yours respectful...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 January 1849

r .'if-, to.: i 5 -1 - - - U1 . 'I' '- The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. STRODDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1849. No. 25 9. Icffcrsiiititi published by Theodore Sclior h. -f uS-T'o dollars per annum in advancerTv o dollars T?o mi-irter. half voarfy aniftf not paid btflorc the ehdof ml quaIlT. ' .iniiors nnA n hrflf. Those who receive their tor, l""..ilf,n,inn.fi until jirrftaracs sire rjald, except a.ffli?emenls not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) Jh b inerlci three weeks for onedollar, andtwcnt-ftve A for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and insertions the same. A liberaldiscount inadetoyearly aJjAU letters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. JOB PRINTING Hanne a general assortment of large, elegant.-ptain and orna nVnlal Tvpe. we are prepared to execute every description of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads,-Notes, f21o.uk Receipts,- JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. ; Printed wit...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 January 1849

t- v ' 6". 'made to redeem it at such pointas lie might dc "signate. The State Treasurer "should be authorized to require of those specie-paying' banks, whose notes might be under. pfer at the place of paying the in terest, to make arrangements tb redeem their notes at par, at the poiilt designated, and on their failure to comply, to demand specie funds at their counters. It is believed that an arrangement of the kind suggested would materially aid in ren dering the notes of all "the solvent Banks in the Commonwealth nf equal value in all parts of the State, Avould increase their general circulation fwnong the citizens, and tend to exclude the de preciated paper of foreign institutions. A mea sure valuable for these purposes, which would give increased worth to our stocks, and enable the State more faithfully "to comply with her con tracts, is worthy tlie:serious consideration of the Legislature. Intimately connected with the subject of our public debt, arc the assessment and collec...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 January 1849

Oh. eecdmgs !y tho adoption of means to attain' an object o desirable. In the revision of the laws on the subject of revenue, with a view to increse taxation, the far ming interest of the State should not be further burdened. "The State, county, school, road and poor rates, levied upon land, and the reduced price of the products of the agriculturalist, occa sioned by the present revenue laws of the nation al government, operating to the injury of the . home market, should justly and equitably relieve it from additional taxation. For many years no settlement of the accounts of the Commissioners of the Internal Improve ment fund has been made. It is wovthy of con sideration, whether a commission to consist of a Clerk from the Auditor General's and the State department, with a third to be appointed, author ized to make an examination of said account; as alo to ascertain precisely the condition of the treasury an.l its disbursing agents, what moneys ..virtue to the State from corporatip...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 January 1849

It" f 'Warranted mulct a Penalty of a THOUSAND DOLLARS. Free from Mercury and all Mineral substances, a a O as 3 e c M 2J H Cure for Fever and Ague. Russleville, Putnam Co., Ind., July 1 Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply f your Indian Vcg e Fills. 1 have-found said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure nf Fever and Ague. Mr. Jas. Boyd has a son who has been laid up with various other remedies, all which proved of no avail. He determined to irv your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one fyx he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spenster had a daughter. Mr. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr Charlss Nichols and three of his family were down at the same time with fever and ague, and had al o tried the various other remedies without effect Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. 1 can assure you from what 1 have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be jcJied on for a permanent cure of fever anil ague Yours respectfully, Jacob Durham. M. P. Also...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 January 1849

Icffcrs0tit iff ,-'t The whole art of Government consists in the art of being ho'rest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1849. -AT. 0. No. 26 - .hdlars per annum in advance Tv o dollars id a qn' :,nd a half. Tliose who receive their e Litit t - .-rcKHM1 lining ciuniui.uuf iiiv Kn can'-- J - - a ... r, will be en d imtU all ;irreurages are paid, except the: ?P"?!L,Vnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) l ir u-i" . r 'rt' "v.;wV?orl.nn dollar, and tuenty-nvc 'iryUsequent insert insuriioii. iiietn.n5- A libcraldiscount made to yearly insertions the same rertiseis. Alllctwrs ; addressed to the Editor must be post-paid ia;n'aiAH"'" demotion of circulars. jraeu.u, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. p ..tcJ itH neatness and despatch,on reasonable terms AT THE OFFICE OF THE Jcffcrsonian Republican. The Soul's Defiance. I caid to Sorrow's awful storm, That beat against my breast, bnc on thou may's! destroy this form, And lay it low at ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 January 1849

6 JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, January 18, 1849. Wood. A few loads of wood wanted at this office immediately. Those subscribers who have .promised us the article would accommodate us by bringing some soon. ID The latest intelligence from Harrisburg an nounces the election of Gideon J. Ball, the Whig candidate for State Treasurer. The Pennsyfvaf nia Inquirer says Mr. B. is an accomplished man, and will make an efficient officer. Whiff Almanac for 1849. We are indebted to the publishers, Grcely f McElralh) for a copy of this popular and useful annual. Like its predecessors, it contains the usu al astronomical calculations for the year, the offi cial returns of the Presidential election in all the States, a full list of the members of the 30th and 31st Congress, District elections for Congres--sional Representatives, the Treaty of Peace be tween the United States and Mexico, able arti cles on the Revolutions of Europe, and the elec tion of 1818, and a vast amount of other useful i...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 January 1849

Jerush daughter of Mr. John Brown, aged about 25! years- 4 COMMON COLD AND COUGH. It shoud be remembered that a cough is an evidence i come impurity is lodged in the lungs, which, Ynot speedily removed, will so irritate these del rate organs as sooner or later to bring on infla- ic the hich road to consumpli Wnshl's Indian Vegetable Pills are a most de ,sj..fn? medicine for carrying off a cold, because ro C-nrn tllP svofpm nil mo , r cririm nil mrrliil unrl rnrriint ! fmnrq ftho cause of everv kind of disease) in an Sd natuial manner. 'Four or five of Wright s Indian Vegetable Pills,, taken every night on going bed will in a short time remove, the most obsli-. t0. Coid althe same time.lhe digestive organs will be restored to a healthy tone, and the blood Cmlnfagnr Coaled Counterfeits. lie member,! hat the original und only genuine Indian Vecetable Pills have the written signature of Wn.- . jj Wright on the top label of each box. For sale by George II. Miller, who is the only authori...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 January 1849

Warranted tinder a Penalty of a THOUSAND DOLLARS. Free from Mercury and all Mineral substances, a a 'W o 3 O C3 Cure for Fever and Ague. Russleville, Putnam Co., Inch, July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply ol your Indian Veg'e Pills. I have found said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure of Fever and Ague. Mr. Jas. Boyd has a son who has been laid up with various other remedies, all ol which proved of no avail. He determined to try your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spenster Had a daughter, Mr. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr Charlss Nichols and three of his family were down at the same time with fever and ague, and had al so tried the various oiher remedies without effect Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. I can assure you from what I Have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague Yours respectfully, Jacob Durham, M. P. Also, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 January 1849

I 0 tit mi li The whole art of Government consists, in the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL 9- STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1849. i No. 27. ,'.v . IWBMMWWWaB llll H 1 nWMillLIM samaamauMB published by Theodore Scfioe!i. -,nf dollars per annum in advancerTw o dollats TERM3"" . i,if vonrlv and if not naid betore the endof aid a q'JWf ,niI-r& and a half. Tliojfe who receive their TWO COlia imcror suce drivers employed by the proprie- tor, w lUe5dc,scontmued until all arrearages are paid, except A 97 lo .Ante nor vn!ir nvtrn. ai4h?i -WTicnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) "T; . nscrtcl three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five wli Vr every subsequent insertion. Thccharge for oucand Soe ! ws;rtioiis the same. A liberal discount made to yearly agScttcrs addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. .Ytf&IS PRINTING. n.nne a ?ene ral assort mcnt of large, elegant, plain and orna inenlalTypc, we are prepared to execute every description of Curds...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 January 1849

TH1-niiW mtVii n i A-mm' " " rffr r nwhi JEFIERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, J tin nary 25, 1849. Wood. A few lbads of wood wanted at this office immediately. Those subscribers who have promised us the article would accommodate us by bringing some soon. KT H. D MAXMELL, Esq has been re-appointed by the Attorney General of this State, prosecuting attorney for Northampton county. fX Governor Johnston having resigned his1 seat in the Senate, the Speaker has issued his writ for a special election for a Senator to fill the va cancy, on the 2nd of February. The district is composed of the counties of Armstrong, Clearfield, and Cambria. Ohio. The following is the official canvass of Ohio for Governor, as announced by the Speaker of the Senate: Ford, Whig , 146,101 Weller, Loco 147,320 Majority for Ford 871 Michigan Senator. We learn from the Detroit papers that the House of Representatives of the State of Michigan pro ceeded to the nomination of a United States Sena tor on the 9th instant wi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 January 1849

r.nsrislative Proceedings. Wednesday, January 17. c.naie.-Many petitions were presented ; ??r Boas read in place a bill to divide the h of Allentown ino u as. n H0U8C "B . - ,,,r from the Gorernor, announcing the ap- u"B .m r-i l h nn hutnrn tun Hnnea IU" . ... I I iiio ( ommonweanu. Swartzweldcr offered a resolution in- .iJnff the UOmmlliec u c Juuiuidi " ."it .otMilintr for the e ection of Judeos ,r a Dili "o ... . ' " i i ,.t I iiuirirtt i 'rturi jiiiii lhe Supreme uuuh, ui""" vwm.., -. -rrinmmon Pleas by the people. Mr. rf.rn ill v v w r . mnveU 10 puailJwuc uic icuiu..u :.Jir which was iiegauvcu uy llr,,J " -,! . ...,I tr nnclnnn x Evans, m ..,. i t . ,1,0 present, which was also lost. Mr McCallmont moved so to amend as mere ' ,hn Committee on the Judiciary to to requco ... -. ovnendiencv ol reoortinir a bill Q"" , nine jrrrnort In Rfl In IR. nrop"eu "m ' Laird moved to amend by adding io the 1 of the lesolutton the words "and hereafter at Hie "en"- - j t .rmc n nttim n ail ind...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 January 1849

Warranted Under a Penalty of a THOUSAND DOLLARS. Free from Mercury and all Mineral substances. o w d - B H as 0 b o O Q 55 53 - INDIAN Vegetable; PILLS Cure for Fever and A sue. Russleville, Putnam Co.,.Ind., July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply of your Indian Veg'e Pills. I have found said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure of Fever .and Ague. Mr. Jas. Boyd has a son who has been laid up with various other remedies, all of which proved of no avail. He determined to Uy your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spenster had a daughter, Mr. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr. Charlss Nichols and three of his family were down at the same time with fever and ague, and had al so tried the various other remedies without effect. Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. I can assure you from what I have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague You...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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