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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 February 1849

I JefTct:00t n I' -V 4 The whole art of Government consists in the art f being honest. Jefferson. n VOL 9. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1849. - Published by Theodore Sciioch. ..c n dollars per annum in advance Tw o dollars iJ a quarter, ) and a nalf Thosc wll0 receive their Two dollars a carrier or. 'f jisontinued untilall arrearages are paid.except he year, 1 sla!re drivers employed by the proprie- Iwcrsoj H'-" d 37 1.2 cents, per year, extra. nr. r"":..-. ''YiScmca Snotexceedingonesquare(s xteen lines) ?H ,Sr?c 1 three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five " I'cvcrysubsequcntinscrtion. Thecharge for joncai d Vi5s "Jioas the same. A liberal Jiscount made toyearly g Sfcfters ad-lresscd to the Editor must be post-paid. .,accncral assortmcntof large, elegant, plain andorna- i-al Type, we are prepared to execute every . ,u 1 description of irds, Circulars, Biil Heads, Noles, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER PAMPHLETS, &c. Lr n.j WitU neatness and despatch,on reas...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 February 1849

1. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday February 1, 1849. Wottd.-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. General Taylor, in his letter to the President, resigning the office of Major General in the army, uses the following characteristic language : I :fkve been called by the people to serve in anoth er capacity, and therefore resign this present commission!" Counterfeit Tens on the Mechanics' Bank of Rahway N. J. well executed, and signed,. J. S.. Jfbrnj? President, and F. King, Cashier, are in ...... &A; circulation A Telegraphic dispatch from Ohio states that SEABmiy Ford "has been duly inaugurated as Gov ernor of that State. TSic Gold Dollar. The Union is strongly urging the coinage of one 'dollar gold pieces, and to obviate the objection thai: ihey may be lost in the pocket, or in the hurry ofjj payment passed for small silver coin, recommends a proposition by a corresp...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 February 1849

STATEMENT Of the Receipts and Expenditures of Monroe County. tHriimm Iievcrins, Treasurer,' in account with the County of. Monroe, from the third day of January, A. D. 1848. to the 31st of Dec. 1848, inclusive. TVP rrn msh received of Collectors on account of Taxes as- do do do do do do do do do do Jo' do do. do do do do do do do do do do do do 1844 1845 1846 1847 1848 To cash rec'd of Henry Weiss, Commissioner, cm Judg ment in favor of the County of Monroe vs. Ab m Setzer "cash rec'd of J. H. Melickfor one year's rent ol Grand Jury room, for Odd Fellows " cash Tec'd of Jacob Engler, collector of Ross tw p for l845,being an error in a former settlement of hia duplicate , as, rec'd as redemption money on Unseated lands sold for taxes w juuc, iou. $73 07 52 44 312 87 1426 96 1817 65 1805 97- 5 00. 10 00 -5468 97 11 00 32 00 , it U Price township do do do do do do do do do Ho do do do do . viit -- - do do do do do do Middle Smithfieid do do Samuel Brodhead"- , Solomon Casebear Isaac Di...

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

mmm a iin ! ii ir- nn inn WW i Warranted under a Penally of a THOUSAND D0LLA11S. Free from Mercury and all Mineral substances. o Q O a M o SETS llfA, Win ...ninm PILLS o B Cure for Fever and Ague. Russleville, Putnam Co., Ind., July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply of your Indian Vcg'e Pills. 1 have found .said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure of Fever and Ague. Mr. Jas. IJoyd has a son who has been laid up with various other remedies, all of 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 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 ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 February 1849

, ' - i; wj v-.-, . - : - . ' ' . . . v.-t : - t.: , ' '" " " - - - - -" :: - ' - The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. ' ' s'' .'' STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1849.- No. 29. publislicd by Theodore Schocli. .rc --n dollars per annum in advance Tw o dollars rERM,Vr JmH 'vcarly-andif not paid before the ondof a cuartcr, nail i J rroi,P their ' . .oV Two UOJiara iiuu i utu. ...ivv. . M year. 1 "rrier or SJagc drivers employed by the propne- apC. .11 bo charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. '. WS discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except KrSemcnts notTxcceding one square (ml cen lines) l 7-'1 .hmoi-c fm. nnn lnllar. and twenty-five . ) ,! c.rnr subsequent insertion. The charge for one and "t1'1- ' .i m.nwt.tivnnt made to vearlv .O.lS II1U SiUUU. -iV HJtliuu'-"" ,; 'J?"",s;. ... j ij ii.n p.iitor must be nost-naid. Hj A-4 't-tlt;fs auuiraawm ' - I ,T9Ccnnnil assortment of large, elegant, plain and orna lT" 1 i T,-...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 February 1849

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, February 8, 1849. U. S. Senators. On Thursday a week, the Legislature of Kentucky, elected Henry Clay.U. 5. Senator, for six yeais from the 4th of March next. K3 The Whig members of the New York Le gislature met in Caucus on Thursday evening last and agreed to support Hon. William Seward for United States Senator. The election was to have taken place on the 6th inst. ttj3 It is reported that New Orleans is entirely clear of the cholera. So are most of the places it has visited on the western rivers. It is hoped that the country will be in a great measure exempt from its ravages. OC?3" Gold!" remains an all. absorbing topic, and scores of, vessels and thousands of adventur ers are weekly starting for the soon to-be-peopled land. A number of young men of the Borough of Easlon left that place for California a few days since. Their names are : John F. Bachman, Fredrick Randall, Samuel Carey, Charles Kinsey, Chas. Lawall, and Arthur and Garrison Kessler....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 February 1849

STATEMENT Of the Receipts and Expenditures of Monroe County. Abraham fceverin, Treasurer, in account with the County of Monroe, from the rd day of January, A. D. 1848, to the 31st of Dec. 1848, inclusive. DR. To cash received of Collectors on account of Taxes as x sessed for the year 1813 j do do do do 1844 i- rlrt fin OO uw M.VJ-XV do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 1846 1847 1848 l O C&SU I5 ul JLXCII4J " ' , " mcnt in favor of the County of Monroe vs. Ab m Setzer "cash rec'd of J. H. Melick for one year's rent oi Grand Jurv loom, for Odd Fellows " cash rec'd of Jacob Engler, collector of Ross tw'p for 1845 being an error in a former settlement of his duplicate ca3h rec'd as redemption money on Unseated lands sold for taxes in June, 1846: Price township do do "do do do do do Collbaugh township do do do do do do do do do do Middle Smithfield do do do do do do do do do Samuel Brodhead Solomon Casebear Isaac Dills Lucas Nethermark Thomas Parshall Thoma...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 February 1849

Warranted under 'a'Peitalty'of a THOUSAND DOLLARS. Free from Mercury and all Mineral sufstances. iCsire for LeRussleville, Putnam Co., Tnd., July 1 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 andAgue. Mr. Jas. Boyd.has.ason who has been laid up with various other remedies, all of 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'tfied the various oilier 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, an Acting Justice of the Peace....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 February 1849

I, 1,. The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson.. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA.; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1849. No. 30 VOL 0. fttf ' - lnv TIiPOfloi'G SdSOCll. X'uui'"1-" ..- -m-o dollars per annum in advance Tw o dollars TERM-' ' 1 ' if vcarly-and if not paid before Die cmtot and a q"-'"--',... nnd a mif. Those who receive llieir 1W ycajL irrr or slaec drivers employed by the propnc- r lyaP; -riSerysub Alibcmld.scoimtmudctoyearly sggleucrs addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. - J&Ii PRINTING. ,t .r,ncenenil assortment of large, elegant, plain andoma B menial Type, we arc prepared to execute every description of Cud Circulars, Bill Meads, Jfolcs, Blank Receipts JUSTICES, JjECjAIj AINU Ul iliMt BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. ' r-rintcJ with neatness and despatch.on reasonable terms AT THE OFFICE OF THE .Tcffersouian Republican. SHERIFF'S SALE Bv virtue of a writ of levari facias issued out ofihfi Court of Common Pleas of Monroe coun ir, Penn'a,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 February 1849

fry' CTiEFFERSONIAN republican Thursday, Fcbrnary 15, 1849. talc Convention. The Whig Stale Committee have fixed upon the 10th of August, next as the time foe holdings State Convention at Harrisburg, to nominate a candidate for Canal Commissioner.. ID3 The Election in the twentieth Senatorial district, to fill the vacancy oc(ftisioned by the res ignation of Gov. Johnston, resulted in the election of Augustus Drum, Locofoco. Gen, Taylor's Pockets. We see a statement in our exchanges, to the effect, that a New York tailor having completed two suits of clothes for the President elect, was much annoyed by persons who wished to exam ine the clothes and particularly the pockets. The tailor fearing the insinuation of petitions, denied hem. Attorney General Reed has recovered $21,000 more of the stolen Chester County Bank notes, from Old Duke and Tobacco Jack who were some time since convicted of a participation in the robbery. A ISaitk Note ITIoral. The following lines are copied from the ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 February 1849

v. -ar- TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! CONRAD AND J. P. SANDERSON, EDITUiiS. T .uichnrs of the Daily Nexcs, believing the rlfmnnn lhe tvinc ex- . interests "i h"v , , , . 1 of cheap and thorough W hig papers, and 5l0 frpnuent applications from the country for Kaon of Clubs, offer their Daily Journal Ss of six subscribers, (having the paper sent JSme post office,) for S27 per annum ; and jjC 5lJU I nt er.n nor nnnnm. The L,u r .1- Hiiiw 2Vm, to single subscribers, is ner annum P The Dollar Weekly ftews, L11U - 1 I. .xinniT ir wer anit-f . . A.-r ... .Sijc copies, u , a jiiMucM uujjiv-vj, v n. ronies, $15; Twenty-seven copies, sju; r J ,.mc S25: Fortv-two copies F f v copies, $35. The Dollar Weekly News, I .'V . t . . ; 11: ...Nit r rncl M ,',hierarv matter, and choice reading, and , !! . v a wide circulation. . f XT . Wh its nnH ..(ifniATD ri inn viuv.s til v iitno, ui T - T. . n m ll.-O Mntll 1 1 ptprminea 10 spnru u cuu 1 w ....- , 1-. Hiitnfit nrnnnc? r ivi-v party; but while doing this, spec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 February 1849

Warranlcd tinder a Penalty: of si THOUSAND DOLLARS. Free from Mercury and all Mineral substances Or W d o H J o o 1 ( o Cure for Fever and A sue. Russlevillc, Putnam Co., Ind., July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply of your Indian Vcg'e Pills. I have found said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure ! 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, lie determined to try your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one lio.v ho is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spcnster had a daughter. Mr. Hugh Groyjs a son, and Mr. Chnrlss 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 Yours respectfully, Jacob Durham,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 February 1849

f ; Jcttcrsommt f ftettMicaii 'W II aiv .( ' , '.L hi.l.,,.,,: --' ' '"'''LL The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. bin "A tl VOL 9. STRODDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1849. No. 31. , , ,j published by Theodore Scltoclt. rcr MS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars n ouarter, half yearly and if not paid before the endof ' ' ..,V Two naners by a carrier or stage driver? employed by the propne--r .11 be charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. So paper- discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except ,V'opti mi of the Editor. , Urcrtiseinenls not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) r j i inscrici three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five ,,.,f r every subsequent insertion. Thecharge foroneand -,r.,r iTr a l ih 1 riisnntin t made to vearl- J X Vii V t9kkltlV. a . w v. . . -c-t;seis. , " . , E7A11 letters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid, JT0JB FKIIVTINO. Hav.ng a general assortment of lai go, elegant, plain a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 February 1849

4gFFERSQNtAN REP1JBLICAN Thursday, February $2, 1849. Qlj?3 Andrew Callighan, lite Irishman, who mur dered George Kay, at the mouth of the Lacka waxen, in Pike county, about two months since", was tried at Jtfilford ia'st week .and found guilty x)f murder in the first degree. . On Monday he re ceived his sentence. In our next we will en-1 - deavor to lay before our-readers a full report of hc trial. .-- ' 'TCP The Albany Krilc&rboc kef says it was so old on Monday, that it broke up a marriage that v'as coming 'off,' the' u'ridjrooms' passions being frozen up. , O3 The route of-ihe Befvidere Delaware" Rail road has been-laid out down the Valley of the Delaware, from Belvidere to Trenton. It lies partly" in Jersey, and part in Pennsylvania,-xmd is f3 miles long. flr The Whig members of the Ohio Legisla lure, have nominated Judge McLean for United States Senator. The day of election has not yet been. agreed upon. Or Gov. Johnston has nominated Joseph Sut ler, Esq., as associate Jud...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 February 1849

1 O' SHERIFF'S SALE. Ty virlUR of a writ of alias fieri facias issued t of the Court of Common Pleas of JPike Co,. i:io,l T will mrnnsfi in niihli anlu m r-.,n house, in Mil ford, in said countv.on I I IU1 W J M a . - ir y- i f m m g a a a w w r a a. a a. a r iwara-aa ar -a a a m . a (lllii vy . ' ) o'clock p. M, of said day, ihe following - ,iw in wit: AH that certain ntece or par- ' Tl.l. i 11 T 1 the county oi riKe, oounueu on mo jjeia- n:. .... on1 lnnrle (if f.nvi IWl(ML)h. and are iv'vcl n" o - ihers, containing FIFTY ACRES ore or less, with the buildings and other im- fhoroiin nrpp.lirl nnrl hnincr lhp. same rovemeina '"- 1- nd upon whicu tne wiunn namca epnanian ..I.- ,niild at the time of his death. Also other niece or parcel oi land snuate as nreitiiu, ouj,",",h w . w r i lining me same land lor wnicn we taiu -.1. T.n1 t.f n ttnrr'iril frfwri f V n nil a 1 1 u i v w w f n i - ....titiv-iv nd (iliice oi rennsyirania, umnamiug THIRTY ACRES ore or less. Srizetl and taken in e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 February 1849

Warranted under ci Peiialty of a -'TH 0 US A NJD DOLLARS. Free from Mercury and all Mineral substances o d H o, Q WKIGHTS INDIAN Tegetablei PILLS O o M H , Cnrc for Fever and Ague. 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 .smi Pills to he in great demand lately for the cure ciC li'BVer nnl Ague. Mr. Jas. Boyd has a son who rtns Ueenlaid up with various other remedies, all oCyyhieh proved of no avail. He determined to iry your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box" he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Sponster hnda daughter, Mr. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr. Charlss Nic hols 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...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 March 1849

Jj ' 4 r- ''J tf The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL 9. STRO UDSBURG, MdNROE COUNTY; PA., THURSDAY; MARCH 1, 1849. No. 32. published by Theodore Schoeh. tprMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars 1V, ouarter, half vearly and if not paid before the endof thr vcar Two dollars and a half Those who receive their inoer'hy a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie tor will be charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except atthc 'option of the Editor. rrr advertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) wrl be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five ren'sfJr every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and ,hrcs insertions the same. A liberal discount made to yearly rjyAlflcUcrs addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. JfOJS PRINTING. Hiring a general assortment of large, elegant, plain andoma menlal Type, we are prepared to execute every description of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 March 1849

- "Well, here is her portrait," handling her a miniture case. She touched a spring and it iiew open, and in a little mirror, -awe saw her vnfacel Now trie ciimson came -over iter beautiful face, and the tears came thick ami fast, and the trembled ; but I believe she aur vived the -shock-; for the last time -I was that way, 1 saw the conscientious young lawer and his charming wrfa living at blm ulen : and 1 q beard them speak of his first law suit ! JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, March 1, 149. Court The February term of the several tGourts of Monroe county, was commenced at Stroudsburg on Monday last. The proceedings vill be laid before our readers next week. j. Ohio V. S. Senator. The Ohio Legislature on the 22d inst. elected Salmon P. Chase, a U. S. Senator for six years from the 4th of this month, in place of Mr. Allen, whose term expires. Mr. Allen was the Locofoco candidate, Mr. Chase is a Free Soiler. Off for California! The ship Elizabeth Ellen sailed from New York for San ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 March 1849

thousand in English, and one thou- j German, of Washington's Farewell i" m ho nrintoit &u . ni.:n T?r,;imnJ Th hill In rsnii!) ad incorporating the Erie and Ohio Rail i Company came UP on fi,,a' passage, and f Ball' amendment was negatived. Mr. I'CulIoch submitted another amendment, sim , ,0 the one negatived yesterday, and it was fa negatived. The question was then taken ihc bin an 'l passed yeas 53t nays 32- Private Alphabet. Mr. Bent moved to take the bill to recharter the Farmers' and Me- hanica auu,i """ " if nma 37 In rnmmiitfifi ol inn l eas 40, nva - - "w . AK.tmlcnn in l(l nhnir Mr 1? undle Sinun ouereu a suumhuib, wmuu wa . 'i nn Mill ws 1 inn 3 iwi i 111 uu ..i. ihe framers desired. Mr. Smith f 5 ... rimmed to second reading of the bill hich was agreed to, yeas 40, nays 4d. rhp first section having been read, Mr. Wal ..nfTercd an amendment, (immaterial) when . i) I? Siniih snhmittfii his suDBt iuie, which ,ic3rjy the same as Hie senate diii. mis .j discussed by Mr. Ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 March 1849

-Warranted undcir a Penalty of a . THOUSAND DOLLARS free yom Mercury and all Mineral substances. o Q -3 a H X O H s a M - . . i c -a S3 Cure for Fever and Ague. Russlevjlle, Pulnnm Co., Ind., July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply of your Indian Yeg'e Pills. I have found said Pills lo he in great demand lately for the cure rjl 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 try your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box he is now soimd and well. Mr. T. Spenster .hail 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. 1 can assure you from what I have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on fur n permanent cure of fever and ague Yours respectfu...

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