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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 February 1854

Ft irf ll -s - -i j- 1 . -A ' JL-J JL J- JL fJ? ttSmtTrS&& r H- ilPrl fl; - m i ' J 1 ft if 4 . - DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AG Rl CULTURE; J AD GENERAL IXTELLIGE.N'CE " jSS -W -fn VOL. 2. T53S SESxLS PSiASTEE. Is Published every "Wednesday. -TAS. H. PELL ) f t A S u VTiliWP f DIT0RS & rK0PRIET0R3. TEIJIS StTlISSKITTtON" $2.-jO Ji year in advance; $3 v;t:tm -ii. months; or $3-3U:ifc tneend of the vear. ADi'.i r'Sri UE"TS Will be Iiiseited.it one dol- Lr . .- 'i.ire of ten lines or les for the first futin ou and lifty cent for each subsequent in-Mjrtion. A liberal discount fiom the above rates to those ThoiulvcrtiseTy the year. . 'lie SSariul of Lcve. BY WJL CCLLKX BRTAKT. Two dark eyed maids at shut of day . Sat where a river ro'l-'d away "With cdm sa 1 bio".s ami tivcn hair Andone was pale an- both were fair. j. Ihinjr flower- they sang bring flowers unblowir J3ri:i forct .loom of name unknown ; Brin ; budding sprays l-oni "wood and wild To stren the bier of Lc.e tne child. ...

Publication Title: Texas Planter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 February 1854

Jz : jfc. a? - $. g V :iJimJiJmgs - - .i TPsmo The Wat thst bq. juisas nr Cai ifc&- Ittonarcljy ia Biasiafi5l. '" 7iaI no nvino- sia. The following curious sutement.o Tt has been the subject of general remark Say what we will there is no JtU"t . f tl S;in FnincibCO Sun : thnUhe S reio-n of the present Queen of j the truth that he times are In rd m o he the yn'f hnas 'lengthened the hold which ; vords money is scarce. 1 cop e a that j be iIed for g . Knavchieal f incinle in Government ; money is easy a nine to - I Democratic com and left liM; nnon the ling ih ana ocoicu 'wnG. t - qr.w.e us I us u0 11CTC UKtb LUCU "- """ pw- Tvctoria minded her babies and do- securities-which a e ab YTort bly be elected. No one was found willing ' Wted the senseless worshippers of the money-one can borrow i toocept lhe nomination with the prosper -K bV plainness in dreiand .manners; per cent. R is ti e oo Jat goot Ue & .n the At gitat uj i .. 0.vl.-t.1tmv. the oi money is loaned on bond aud mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 February 1854

"N tffc XJf -0 r .'Jar- -5L - JS- Groceries &c. PATRICE ItfcGRE VL. Brazoria is in receipt of the following Goods and every one knows the terms of sale: Goshen Butter Goshen Cream Cheese Soda Biscuit Butter Crackers World's Fair Ham St. Loui? City Mills extra Flour 23 barrels Northern White Potatoes for S.$ed ; also Onions Bice Rai- sins Chocolate Coffee and Tea; crusli'd and ground Sugar; Soda Saleratus and Cream of Tartar; White "Wine Vinegar Underwood's Pickles Lemon Sy- rup Champagne Cider Spice Candles Candies Starch Suapf Military Toilet 'and Shaving Soaps; extra Brandy; fine old Port and .Madeira put up express! for medicinal purposes; Tin Ware Ilard- yvare Trace Chains Nails; Pad Chest and Cup- board Lock.- &c. &c. 0c; line Granite Ware: 5ry Sods ttn5 C Id thing-. Fine Jlats fine dress and frock Coats tine cloth and cassimere Pants silk and merino under-Shirts and Drawers black adjusting Stocks Cravats and Pongee silk KaudkTs tine Linen and linen bosom Shirts; wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 February 1854

. t" " i' """ -jfe. tv T ts 'V ;& ' V If goEiiSa-Tcstersa Book Store JVe 56 Gravier Street ATew Orleans. TT D. MoGLNNLVGS (successor to John ;jfjt j: -JJ Ball) having purchased the entire stock of J -i ' Books and Stationery belonging: to the late John Ball he will continue the Book S'ii .Stationery m ' business at the old stand 50 Gravier street and would beg to solicit a eall from the old customers of the House and all others wishing Books and Stationery for their own use or to sell again. To Country Jferchants who wish to buy to sell again he can oiler great inducements having a thorough knowledge of the business in all its "branches and great facilities for getting stock at the lowest rates. His assortment of School Books Theological and Miscellaneous Books Blank' Books Paper and Stationery is very complete. He will keep constantly on hand ?11 the Publications ol the jfethodist Book Concern ; which will be sold at catalogue prices. Book Bindi-ig of every description executed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 29 March 1854

KBr F- 1 N DEVdTBlTfO UlTERirURE AGRICULTURE AND GENERAL INTELl(Ei&f 6 "-J?- MAZOKIA" TEXAS WEtoESDAYJMBaScsa 2fd85i L in i mi iii ii iiiiii i iimiil Hum ii mi I ii T ! ! in iim m y-f "-j s: $&-- IT0. 38.' '- " " "" --.M-ir m-TT ttpit I II ilnfllWi Et3-BJgg:aBSgiegetgmcC-'SMBBBBP PEiASTEB. Ferj Wednesday JniTCftlS & PROPRIETORS. RMB. '2."0 a year In advance; $3 gr &3.50 at tl)e end oi the year. 5 Will be iil?ei ted at one dol- jn lines or less for the first 5eTit3 for each subsequent ii discount from the above idvertlseby the year. ttii r vm i tt iir n Wk m 3 tg aiad. lies Kir&s. ist o. tv huhs; rand herbird3 v hose music so STriet. our eeases t ith f ortg: She dale of the forest retreat Seal notes thcte piolong. 10 torn to' the mountain or hoatb Rulets rippling Till f hands a bnerht rosy wreath. EraptuFes us still. " iy" -.- t 1 we go at the bright rosy davrnj i is lit by the greirt goa oi uay . laroundj v -ne.ir a sn eet song gjuTect on -be way. -. Ry-varbters ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 29 March 1854

..- -' r s -- t : IPS V I f J enx.- v-3amm mm MMi.mjj.it!HL.cn .vr'Vt ; THE PLANTER. brazoria:1 :7' Wednesdays March 29 1854. Education. -v - : pfjr I -fT- " -; ' i ; "Wanted at this office a boy abouttffonr- teen or fifteen years of age-yvho can read' .and writetolerably well to learn the pirint- nng Vuainess. To any such person we will rgiveli good opportunity o? learning an ex- cellent trade. ""We are under renewed obligations to the Clerk of the Bell for late papers. -v The schooner "William & Maria Capt. J. 5. fatson arrived lieie last Friday morning direct from Mobile. She was entirely load- t d with Lumber which was principally for " JJr. Jennto "be used in the constiuction of the County Offices and Jail. -- "We notice fhat petitions are in circulation in New Orleans praying that a daily Mail may be established between that City and Galveston. The immense business which is carried on between these two places and sthe .great quantitiesof mail matter that are &ent-to Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 29 March 1854

m: w o V TJFE GREAT KENTUCKY REMEDY. DE. lOTLtf "BULL'S . SARSAPARILLA 1 Will WousSers laever Cease ? "S"E the following cures performed alone by the IL use of Boll's Sa2isa.faiui.la are not wonders then we acknowledge that we do not know the meaning of the word. Head then be. convinced that facts are stranger than fiction: Lixe P. 0. Pulton Co? Ky; Oct: 1 1SS1. J)r.' John 'Bull; Dear Sir The two dozen of your 1 Sarsaparilla ordered in September came to hand and'in acknowledging the receipt of the same I feel I would be doing you injustice to withhold the "following among the- many of the instances that have come under my observation during the last two'years and of the great curative properties of yourSarsaparilla : - -. 5 Mrs! Jeannctte Martin a highlvrespeetableJady" of iny n cighborhood aged sixty-five years had been I - long-amicteu wim a cancerous uiccr mui mumv -reduced her to so helpless a condition that she could Jiot leave her bed. She tried the best medi- cal .advice in o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 29 March 1854

' m - ' -- -' " ' . -. - -. . -- V " - .a-11 T -r. - " ' - ' - - .--' - "".- V 5 - 3FoS9 ite-The unconditional Ect . of Gharies W . Stewart deceasei id labor of land issued by the rissioners of Brazoria county; lot found within the time ly to the proper de- L. FOWLER Att'y for heirs. Efcres. in of the R. R. R. remedies ;ver claimed the marvellous fa. instantly or even to promise" use in a given time. Radway's IS the month of July cured Mr. ane-st. X. Y.3 of a Chronic Rhcu- kurs. it reneveu mm or pam in Jr. Schcmerhorn of Brooklyn a iled to walk without his crutches after the cork was drawn from ol. Jones of Oak Mullasra Va. a my months "was so relieved that all foved C om both legs by the time the fad been rubbed some ten minutes An old gentleman living on the Ration was cured of a stiff knee in Thousands of dysentorv and diarrhea tfifteeiT or twenty minutes at furthest. jGcessity for lingering in pain The juies are dostmed to revolutionize the world. People demand to be in- il from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 5 April 1854

-&-. Si'4 TTl T I' "RT FT1 Tl T JSS0LXfMtm I 1 j I iii lC"--'? - r & vrwjj-WLiwwinm . ivrn''T"1' ---" "-'i i mi i "i ill fai IM1IT -DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AGRlCtTLTUR'rVAND GEXERAL INTELLIGENCE i.ii .ijirinwBi.iroifj.im pi i imTw jt '.r y y; j . r -5gBi3SS23?r x--1- -T "CTT i iiinn T -V . . f -&. yjtafej -?. VOL. 2: " I'llf I Tlfl TEXAS PLASTEF. Is Published every Wednesday. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION $250 a year In advance; 3 within six month5?; or 350 at the end of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be inserted at one dol- lar per squaretf ten linos or less for the first insertion suid fifty centa for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from tile ab'ove I rates to those ttho advertise by the year. SI . Tim Spirit oi Sadaiessi BYSSS. B. H. STOXE. Gently o'er my heart it stealeth Whence it comes I may not kaow Hushing even' tone of gladness Breathing music sad and low ; Hanging dim and shadowy curtains O'er the windows of my soul. Holding breathless thbdght and feeling 'Nea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 5 April 1854

-C-tT-; v BRAZORIA. Wednesday April 5 !L54. Mr. Ilitclicock together with P. 0. Tuck- er Esq. visited the Galveston and Brazos Canal on the 21st and 221 ult. with a view j to report the progies of the work to the In compliance Lage. t r - l;isIfi302aaS2e Folslos oi Itcv iovli ISecesJaiojss. 'j-rcscinatives: j Society. j Tastes dilYer. Men are not 'exactly alike. the resolution of tiie Countless instances of the reckless cxlrav- I And tlie ways tliev receive their diatiusruish- xiouse ct liepresvifalives of the 10th inst. ; nuance of "our best society'' might readily j ed visitors are quite varied. Yet being all l i ' -v 1 II l . 1 11 . fi . I:i the town of Liberty on the 17th of March. Stev.'aut aged IT months and 21 das son of Chas. L and Mary Cleveland. 0f) "Wanted at this office a boy about four- teen or fifteen years of age who can read and write tolerably well to learn the print ing business. The steamboat Brazos passed here Friday on her way to Washington loaded with Su- rar a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 5 April 1854

h- -v- fS?ir i ' -Vrf- "' I -V- (V -?Wj '?'. 0W --f-jyi.-J -Aim W.A.--. 1.-; s. S. li. I. S v r n i r. . The public should know that unless favorable changes i:i the human svsiem are shown within one vtek or (en days for all ordinary case that the roiedy they take is incfiicient Each of the date not recollected. If not found witlim the time . Cihcn.niti Columhu-. UeveMad Dayton )ri 'g- j. R. B. remedies are prompt; they act ins'autly. prescribed bj law 1 shall apply to the proper dc-! field Union Bcllenvr.iin Toledo Samlusuy 3u most cases or Scrofula Bad way's Bcnovatiug ( partment for a duplicate. S. L. FOWLEK Za-'eswlle. Newark .Mansfield Woo-ter aud Alas- Jlesfdvent exhibits a favorable change in six houi-s I mar 22-J w Att'v for heirs sillon. Ohio to and the patient will find in si few days that the ' aF-Js?BffiMrBtiLft-tfS 's-sj- PHILADELPHIA AND BALTPI011E Scrofula i actually melting away from the body. ep wiu anco: mmui -. .e.veis .nereu- -."!. t... . m Va.i.v. f ?rl-. - r.-....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 5 April 1854

vr M j".5 t S 4&t pi Co THE GREAT KENTUCKY REMEDY. DR. JOHN BULL'S SAKSAPARILLA Will YToaaer.s acver Cease ? "gF the following cures performed al.me by the Jl use of Bfi.l's Saiisapakilla are not wonders tlion we ackdowledge that we do not know the meaning of the word. Head then be convinced that facts Arc stranger than fiction : Lt.vk T. 0. Fulton Co. Ky. Oct. 1 1851. Dr. John Bull: Dear Sir The" two dozen of yonr Sarsaparillo ordered in September came to hand and in acknowledging the receipt of the same I feel I would be doing you injustice to withhold the following among the many of the instances that have come under my observation during the last two years and of the great cura'ive properties of jour Sarsaparilla: Mrs. Jcannette Martin a highly respectable lady of my neighborhood aged sixty-five years had been long aiflietrd with a cancerous ulcer which finally reduced her to so helpless a condition that she could not leave her bed. She tried the best medi- cal advice in our...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 12 April 1854

-' fffOSte-- i " - 'S " "" ' .- '; ." tiTi--n n rr ri i hit nrn irnwirfi n "i harfMw. fyi i ju . ivm 'I1. " 'iTZ!l '"" innjun "wwgyMjuuLkj-tT-imfffMiMi- . i.. - tmi n m- - " 2s ft ' - - T v.- - DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AGttl CULTURE AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & j' BEAZOKIA TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 1854. VOL. 2. . 2sG. 40. SMdBfeSeSSB ETE TEXAS PJCAH TJBR. IsPublishcd every Wednesday. MAS. H. BELL A. S. LASHROF ) r.uiius J. ttrritiniwu3. TERMS. SUTBSGRrPTrON ?2.50 .1 venr. In advance: -- - .-.. r'. .i i r.i. : s ADVERTISCMENTri-WiH be inserted at one uoU lar per square of fen lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents tor each subsequent "insertion. A liberal discount from the above rates to those who advertise by the year. o m 1? B. E is- Tlac Heroes of the Feu. - ' ' BT COATKS KISNET. llnflTldiliniegoue .ere CAmthSm ToUhe aes darlrand dim "" AVho wielded the sword with mightiest brawn The '.voilu bowed down to him: Tne hand most red with slaughtered dead ilost potent wave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 12 April 1854

4 s; THE MiLM: BRAZORIA. Wednesday April -12 i5"-. "minted at this office a bov about four- 's ' . cen or fifteen years of age who can read and write tolerabl' well to learn the print- ing business. We are indebted to the Hon. Sam Hous- ton for r copy of his speech on the Nebraska Fdl Mr. Darjran lias received his stock of Spring goods. If you want to buy any thing in his line give him a call and you n be sure to bo suited. See his advertisement. The steamer J. H. Bell arrived . from Galveston on Sunday morning and left again the ame daw "A duel was fought at Washington City on the 2Sth ult. between Messrs. Breeken- ridge member of Congress from Kentucky and Cutting member from N". York which resulted in the wounding of Mr. Brecken- ridge slightly- The- duel was caused by some remarks made by Mr. Breckenridge gainst Cutting in the House in the debate on the Nebraska bill. The steamboat Maj. Harris passed down on Friday with a large load of Cotton. Ix -prill be seen by reference to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 12 April 1854

-i MefiLic.ine!.---sL fresh" supply of Medicine3 just received from New Orleans rom-irislng till such at tides as arc mostly required by PlauterJ r-all of which are genuine. Among which are H large lot of some of he most valuable i'atent Medicines; for -ale low by apr 12 P. B.4RG.rN. rsin & Wood W;ire.--.4 jjood lot just ji received from New Oi leans and for sale by . i p n 4Rfi -f X" - "" r . rr : .7 r TS"lff CSiaHW.-r.O pairs just received ni.d fur 5abbyQtprl2j T. D.-lKGvlN. 3 5a j 1 Si J bng- a-sorted sizes; for sale bv nrtrl'i T. VARGAS. fes L'ST received per " Bell " a choice lot of Sad- die Trees: fur sale bv apr 12 SnTiKaFKU.oTr-EfrELr. & Co. 5. HL5JGI5ES faatiKiaclurer of Traveling and Packing ATS. Trunks Valiccs Garpe. Bags Saddl.e Bags Trin.k Cover &c Wholesale and Retail Tremont Street Galveston. gf"Garri.uies Trimmed ar-d Trunks mads and repaired on the shortest notice apr 12 S'jJu-s Doors Minds fouldi?igx Casings O-' rVKHV t'EsCKirnCK MAUFACrUREn BT 12 S. O ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 12 April 1854

THE GREAT KENTCCi-Y itEMEDY. DR. JOHN HULL'S SAKSAPABILLA I Will Wonders uever Cease ? "3T the following cures performed alone by the jL use of Bull's SaiJapaKiLLa are not wonders than we ackdowledge that we do tiot knoyrUhe meaning of the word. Read then be convinced that facts are stranger than fiction : "Link P. 0. Fulton Co.. Ky. Oct. 1 1S51. Dr. John Bull: Dear Sir The two dozen ol your -rmir Arnnftrill.: Mm. Jeanuette Martin a highly respectable lady cfmv neighborhood aged sixty-Jive years had been long auiie ted with a cancerous ulcer which finally reduced her to so helples3 a condition that she could not leave her bed. She tried the be-l medi- oal advice in our countv without relief and had given up all hopes of a cure. At this stage of her case I persuaded her sun to take a bottle of our Sarsaparilla. lie did so and in a short time return- ed 'id purchrsed another bottle stating the first bad had a decided good efTect. She continued to use it until alter the use of five or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 16 August 1854

- y l$:J:' si: . & v- A ' " t ci .il irar ;!.lj-'-..t: -DEVOTED' TO LITERATURE AGRICULTURE ANTD GENERAL INTELLIGENCE yL"J! ujg?.TrrrV' ' J -i v VOL. 3. BRAZORIA TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 135-i-. NO 6. ". I'n-inia; T 1 p JSL JtJ TL L 1 F 1 1 -111 d3 .X. fo . &- Js2L V-f TMJ TEXAS JPKiAanrJBK. 13 published every "Wednesday. HEXRY WILKES ) v r" JAS.H. WILKES EDIr0RS & KOPRiETons. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION 250 a yearn advance; S3 within six months; or 3-50 at the end of the year". -ADVERTISEMENTS Will be inserted at one dollar per square 01 en lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cen'te for each subsequent insertion. A liberal disco'imfc fiom the above rates to those who advertise by the year. C f.MJ hU .TH W MT&'&n g Ciiildliood and its Tisltcrs. Once on a time "when sunny Kay Was kissing up the April showers I sav fair Childhood hard 'at play Before a bank of blushing flowers Happy he knew not whence or how And smiling who could choose but love him? For not mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 16 August 1854

-fZS'ttttX&'9ul " nniJJUMu .JH!UULULJ LJI Em1 J gic-sefjirjyj.iJUJBttv;w-i t T HEP LA NTEE. BRAZORIA. Wednesday Aug. 1q B.S54. For the benefit of our Count' Subscri- bers it is our intention in future to publish a synopsis of the Probate Sales that are to Jake place at the Court House on the first Tuesday of every month. Sales isi September 154. Estate oIElizaf.IIili one-fourth league of land on Clear Creek. Terms 12 months. Estate of John C. Clark one-third league - of land in Bexar county. Terms 12 mouths. "Wo are very sorry to learn that the yel- low fever ha made its appearance in the city of Galveston but the source from which we heard the report leave no room to doubt ; its truth. From Wednesday up to Saturday of hist week there were several .deaths. Among thc number was William Field Esq. one of the late candidates for Prosecuting Attorney and probably the successful one. He leaves many friends to mourn his loss. On Saturday when our informant left seven i flew cases of y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 16 August 1854

J jsSr ssxwtcrwe: I TIBJtMUi.X.'HK!.. IUIU -JokLOHLtl' IWUZUA4S -T AJC-trO'-l Preserving .Fruit -witiou Sssgar AVe have received numerous applications i for information about the modus qpermidt of putting up fruit so as to preserve it in a fresh state without cooking drying or packing in sugar. It is a business that can- not so well be done in families as in large manufactories where everything is arranged ior convenience uucbini wuu a nttie ex- 1 M1 -.1 I-. . penence ana caretul attention every tamily j can save euoujm oi uie various iruits or me season to furnish their tables with a great delicacy during that portion of the year when they can get nothing of the kind. The 'whole secret consists in expelling the air from bottles or cans bv heat and then seal- ing up the contents hermeticalhr. if the article to be preserved is peaches select such j as you would for sweetmeats and pair and j -cut them so they can be put in the bottle j and you must do this with the least posi- j ble d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 16 August 1854

'&' Dr. Morse's A Phenomenon in Jfcdichic. "OEALTE RESTORED and Ufa lengthened by wy th following cures performed alone by the 0-p Dr. Morse's Invigorating Elixer or Cordial. J use of Bull's Svksaiwkilla are not wonders T7r .iit!iris Medical science has been lansacking tlion wn nclmnwlfidire that we do not know the the vegetable and mineral kingdoms in search of something that should restorcthe lost or decaying energies ofthe nervous and muscular systems with- out the drawback of subsequent prostration which crts of Arabia the Stonv bv the celebrated Prof all stimulants tonics and narcotics had heretofore Sarsaoarilla entailed. Thaisnethntq has ucen found. It is a an(j ja :lc vegetable production brought from the sterile des- . fei r would M. 3Iorse well known as a distinguished member i jave comiJ utidcr my observation during the last of the leading scientific societies of the Old World t;vo yearS) and of the great curative properties of and equally distinguished as a physician...

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