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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

DR. %. ASAM9 WILSON'S, r-wifc. Cathartic, mi JHttDytpeplU PILLS, iesigntd particuiarfy /or (Af tfc* *«ri-.i:*«, Dt/ipeptU, CmHfpotien of lie Bm-A Joist CtanriCiTi »(itm iti tes Fstsichiis or OiHOMMrmra, Fin>, Although sentimentally oppasod to the whole system or tecret nostrums and Patent tledlclneSiyri we-have for several years put rccoin aended Dr. R. A. Wilson's Pills <o a number oC stadeWs f Jefferson College, " ami other Individual* ¦«< ftm'tir* *»«omroohCathartic Medicine, and having a KtMwi-«Mt of then-composition, and h»llt»laj Hun they wilt, I- til££n esses answer the Indication* jwre pw** b? »»e ¦*. jftJoprlelorV and knowing (hat they •«• fr»p»r#J fcy » 5L *esaUfly educated and iatelljs»nt Physician, we *hn» ^jnirtinue; cheerfully to recomnr. -ud them in alt »(i|iroprJ^ ¦ ¦ ¦ *tteases. ; ¦ - ' D. S. STEVENSON, >!. D. 1. V. HERfilOT?', M. O. H. iPFADDEN. - CanOnsburgh, July 8, 1S40. '¦• ' • ¦" A CARD.—We.tne sabscrtU - MioWersofiheGospel, and m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

I ¦xF<wsrasAjnancA*-«miw kkjju-t wevmuSSoi. I BBtiJAiHS BB.AHDETH'8 riLLS^y • SJpThisTegetaWe and truly innocent mediclflB.rtnunts Tax blood, and immediately ttaya the farther fsosrjss or DisriBE. in the bodioiof those whose puwei» oC life are not already exbaoslcd. Where human mows can avail, ibere scarcely if any complaint,or form of •sickness, that tbe Brandbktb Pills do not relieve and generally core. Although tlrce pills ptodnce a Known jjOTCT . ihat effect . is not lo proslrale the body, as with other m'llicioes. liulUie frame ts invigorated h^ Uieierooval of the cause or weakness ^ lbe morhidrtl(^'^Uat£d humors ftoin the Wood. % * Harmless in themselves, tl.ey merely . -v -%> As«stNitdr» '-tJC *' * To throw oat Ihe occasion of sickness froitrj the body, and they require no alteration in the diet or clothing. In fact, the human body is better able to sustain with-: out injury, the inclemency of the weather, while under the influence of this Infection destroying...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

«———i—IWPBB#——*—T*""* TTNlVKJtWTT OP VUMHtUAA-fMneWsessfon -of U this bfeittoiion will ^omwenee oa the 1st iktv af October, and terminate on Ihe 4ih or July following. Toe • cftoolj of the University, with their respective Professors, are:. J. Ancient Lan guages—Dr.Gessner Harrison. 2. Modern LansUAsw.—Dr. Chatles Krattsir, 3. Mathematics Mr. Edward H. Couneney. 4. Natural Philosophy Mr. Wm. B. Rogers. 5. Civil Knsitwerln*—the s«tl>jeclsof which are divldeJ betwrtn the Professors of Mathematics and Natu-|r*l Philosaplsy. ¦ 6. Chamblrv and M&leria Mediea,—Dr. John P. Em' me!. 7. Medicine.—Dr.Henry Howarl. 8. Anatomy and Sursery.—Dr. James L. Cabed. 9. Moral Paifosophy Mr.Geursc Tucker. 10- Law.—Judge Henry St. Geo. Tucker£v.: Inbuth Schools of Languages are also langlrt the literalure of the respective .lansuagts, andsAncieni and Modern History; in the School of Mathematics is inclu. ded mixed MaihematioujtrtoWofBoaincering, Mineralo gy and Geology, in thaj^f Moral P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

A liUUIN TO 1MB HUMAN It /tLlii- "Discover what will destroy Life, and you area great man. " Discover ichaivjill prolong Life, avd the vorld will call you Impostor." '•There are faculties, bodiUj anrf ivtellectual, toithrn us. icith which ciTt'Afi herbs have affinity, and over xchiolt they hare power." Dr. B. Brandrelh's External Remedy, or Liniment, which, hy its.extraordinary powers, abstracts Paid or 9orene-s; I bus Sprains, f tiff Sinews, While Swelling. Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Joints, Tumors, 1'nnaiural Hardness. Stiff Neck Pore Throai, Croup. Contractions of the muscles, Scrofulous enlargements. Tender Feet, and every description of injury affecting ihe F.xierior of the Human Frame, are cured or greatly relieved ' by his vevcr-lo be svjficientty eztolhd remedy. ( .'ERTiFir iTE.—The following letter front Slajor General Sntull ' oru, as lo the qualities of ihe external Heinedv, speaks volumes: New Yorx, Feb. 9,1(142. Dear Sir—Wt'l you oblige me with an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

' .;-. ¦ . Pittsburgh, June 18i,1839r^ . Mr.JoHHTJRSlftJio:—Dear Sir—Having beeWresent, yesterday; W the ejipcrimenl which you were^pleased lo make, IftJBe ^ temnceof a number of oBr^sinets men, of Hie safely of yofur IRON CBBSTS .^ ineaaejsCare, It gives me i tlewore lo say, that so fhrjrS I was Judging, the test was fair, and th* resnli exceeded my eipeclatlons. y ' The Chest was n small one; about 30 inches high, by about 18 or 20 inches in breadth and depth, arid wa* placed on a block of wood about a root in thickness, so as to elevaie it about tbaJ height from the ground; several books and newspapers were deposited inside of It, in ihe insnner In which ^eichanls and others would usually place them-4 large quantity of light pine wood [slab* froman^rajolningSaw Mill,] was then placed around andaiwve It,and the fire kindled on Ihe , so at to drive the flame against the back part of thechest. The fire was kept up about three quarters of an hour, nntll yon had gone among the spect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

-, , ¦ M.A. prtsvldtd wUVi me Safety Goar(i >,„ « bill,printed with « fig.re of ,he tipp.r^,1 ^ fill yooareiviH owslvto by mfe,.,, !!!!*-•« ?«m8«.ilDgtbelrhoa,..o I ^"iT"^ GUara, , ten the, a«»ot .^corrt * " * The following ii a list of hoai, ™T»ii£ "">_ ty Guard at thtPor- . of nJSIJ.S"^ "*« first on the Hit hare the ^P'^t^^M appammil I*Impossible for an ae ,TJt, *lttB SAVANNA, FOR& """W , ^ ¦ NIAGARA, - DFQifF&r, I Orleans;- jeiSSNe > 1 CANTON. , MONTUOMPin.1 LAOY OFjMFONS, C^So6 ^i VALLEY TORGE, Wtt\^ Q\3Et«B FORT PITT. GALUHT' ** BREAKWATER, QDEBNarimaJi EXPRESS MAIL, DUfCBOF ORul ALPS, BH1LLIANT ¦ W CASPIAN, ECLIPSR, ' 1 IDA, V ICTRESS, M WEST WIND, MrillGM m MABQUETTE, itSPREY , ' S TALLEYKAND, PENELOPS W. PANAMA, R0W1NA, M Cicero, agnes, M SARAH ANN, MESSENtJEB M NARBAGANSETT, SVRATOGa, m AMARANTH. ORPHAN BQ\ !§ MUNGO PARK, OHIO, M NEPTUNE, CECILIA, M ADELAIDE, J H RILLS, 11 NORTH BEND, GALENA, §1 MARIETTA, MKNToR. H The traveling comman...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

TNTERESTING CURE J>«-/V>rm«<i 4»Dr.Swa»»«'« M- Compound Syrup of Prurrna Firginiarta,tr ffild Cterry. Having made use of this Invaluable Syrup in aiy family, which entirely cared my child. The symptom* trjre wheezing and choking of phlegm, difficulty of breathing, attended with coustant cough, spasms, convulsions, l(c. of which I had given unall hopes of its recovery until I was advised to make trial of this Invaluable medicine. After seeing iheefTects ft bad upon my child, and concluding to make the same trial upon myseif, which entirely relieved me Ofa cough that I was afflicted with for many ye&ra Any person wishing to see me can call at my houee la Beach Street, above the Market, Remington. J. Witcox. DR. SWAYNE'S SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY. We call the attention of the public to the numerous certificates which have been in circulation in our paper and some others of this city, highly recommending Dr. Swathe's Compound Syrnp of Wild Cherry ' .—We have ge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA—MEDICAL DE. PARTMENT The plan of instruction in Ihlsde. pvir'menl of the Universilyjpresents pecoliarnies not to be found in no other School of Medicine In theJDniqn. The Lectures commence on lite first ef October, and terminate on fie 4ihof July ensuing. Owing to the lenothof the session, which embraces a period otnine months, three Professors are enabled to perform all the duties which in other medical institutions are usually assigned to six; and the students are seldom required to attend more than two ledu-es on the same day.t By-tbia arrangement, the students have an opportunity ofbeing well grounded In Anatomy, Physiology, and other elementary branches of Medical Science, liefore they investigate thjir applications in connection »Mb the study ofthe practice of Medicine and Surgery. ' Immediately before each lecture, the students are subjected to a full and and rigid examination on the prececeding leeinre.or on r*mlon»o* approved textbooks* It Is appare...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

CJUfiGKML INSTRUMENTS) SURGIIMl/ IN O STRUMESTi-!- T. McCarthy, Cullerand Surg-iral Instrument Maker. Third street, neurlij opposite the Post Office, Pictfiurir^ ..{SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHEARS.) Physicians. Dentists and Druggists can have their instruments m.ide hy the subscriber of a superior quality and at Eastern prices. Tailors'Patent Shears and Scissors always on hand, also Hatters Shears, a superior article. Orders respectfully solicited. N. B. AU.trticles warranted of lhebesl quality, and jobhinirdone ns usual. sen 10 LIVER COMPLAINT.—This disease often termlnatcsla another of a more seriou3 nature, if pro. per remedies are not resiorled lo Intime. Inallforms of this disoasp . Dr. Hnrlicli's Compound Slrensrlftenfmr and German Aperient Pills, will perform a perfect cure —first by clenn&ln? the siomneh and bowels, thus removing all diseases from \he Liver, by the use of theGerman Aperient Pills, after which the Compound Strengthening Pills are taken to?ive strensflt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

i Cinan-nati, Febrjttirtj \5.\rt4M. \ Dr. f wwss—Dear • ir:- Permit n.e lo lake the llhi-rly of u-ritin-j lo \o\i at iltis Hmeli> e:tprrss my a|ip«i.liat'ion, and to recommend lo tlie attention of heads of families and others your invaluable medicine—*Ue Compound Syrup of PruniisVirstiiiniin. or Wild Cherry Bark. In my travels of late I bave seen in a 2>p.nl many instances the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving chillin.-n of very obstinate complaints, such as Coughini, VVheezlnei Choakins"f Phlesm, AEthmatif aliacks, ^-c. Jfc. I slioiild not have written this Inter, bowevet, at present,altlioush I hfivefe;t it my duly lo aild my testimony to it for sometime, liatf it not been for a late instance where the medicine above alluded to was instrumental in restoring to perfect health sn "only child," whose ^ase was almost hopeless, in a family of my acquaintance. "1 thank Heaven," said the dealing mo\ii. <:r, "my child Is saved from the jaws of dealhl O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

JOHN HART, Commission Merchant, Li'lfM duce and American Manufactures, AM'tKL Refkb to— Ij Jno. Grier, Esq., Piilsbur»h; I Aaron Hart, •¦ 8| Jame? Cochran of R'd. " m Jno. D. Davis, ¦• n M'Vny S; tlanna, <> ¦ A very. O»den if Cn. .. H ' ¦ Jno. Wooduourne, Epq., Madison. ffi . ^ ^.j — -^ VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.—I «s|| Farm on which I live, in VVilklns io»»9| Braridt cls.ielil, coniair>li:g one hundred a»l fl acres; about 70 acres .crf| which is clenred. snd ^k well limbered. There are upon HI fWjtof <9 and a born 63 feet by 34; an apple ordtsnl°fr*£ Also, abuut seventy acres or cool., »»»4j» ^ be equal to that ol any opland 5t«»* i Terms made known on Bppllri I ion to \tie ?n*«-ii in the premires. W1LLIAMJVALL A^ WILLIAM C. WALL, Plain ati tmc and Pieture Frame MamfvUnr ,-Fourth Street Pittsburgh. —Canvass Broslie* ^c. for Artists, alwavs on hand. Lookin; '1 ' promptly framed to order. Repairing done•» est notice. - Particular attention paid lores"°''I1 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

WARRANTED GENTONEi-Dr. William Evans's Camomile Pills. PcRTincATES.—Letter from the Hon. Ah'U'jn M'Clcllao.Sullivan County, Easl Tennessee, Memherof Congress. ¦ . ' ¦ . ' Wasbiugto*, July 3d, 1838. Sir—Since! have been In this city 1 have used some of yonr Dyspeptic medicine with Infinite benefit and satisfaction, and believe it to be a most valuable remedy. One of my :onal!tuents, Dr. A. Car den, of Campbell county, Teoneesec, wrote to me to send him some, whieh I dfd, and he has mployed It very successfully in Ms practice, and says It la Invaluable. Mr. Johnson, your ogent at this place," thinks you would probably like an agent in ' Tennessee. If so, J would recommend Dr. A Carden, as a proper person D officiate for I lie sale of your celebrated medicine. Should you commission him he is willing to net for yon. You can fend IheVediclne bjrwaler to the care of Uoherl Kins ft Sons, Knb' xville cnutty.Tennei. fee, or by land to Graham 4- Houston, Tssewell, Eart Tenne0 ""*. I havno r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

BscRSTiBv s Ornrz, 1 Harrlshurgh, August 24th, 1842.) SALE OF THBCANALS AND RAIL EOADS BELONGING TOa^B*BTATB~Notice Is hereby given that Is imrsnanjjfc gf ,the seventeenth, efjhteentli, nineteenth and twewirtli Sections of the Act of Assembly passed th#27ihday of July, 1842, proposals will he rec«i ved at lh«8tate Department until tbe last'day of November next, for the sale of'air and each of the Canals and Rail Roads belonging Jo . the Conrinonweallh;.for which Smte ' Stock.at par 7atae, will 6e reteft[ei rn payment. " Each Indlvirloal or .Coinpnny^sregnifmli speclficnlly, to state, the particular, line of Canal or Rail RoaJ which Iliey desire to purchase, ibje a<i>>>ttnl 6f;jneir. >«sper;iiye bids therefor, the giveh amf surnames of nTlconreVned fti the offer, lo;«t her with iuelr place or pJarEsof teslrlence,, in order thatthe samorniaybe 1»h1 before the twit Legteatnrc. The proposals most b* waled up and * inreet«rl to the * Secretary1 ofComm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

f|*O FEMALES.—There is a lar^e class Females in Jl this City wlro from their continued sitting, to which their occu pi l ions oblige t hem ,a re affected with costiveness wliicl; gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least exertion, sense of heaviness extending over the whole head, i/riolerance-o/ Ifjrht and sound.an inability of fixing the attention lo any mental operalions-, rumbling in Ihe bowels, goimMinies a sense of piirfocalion , especially after meals when nny exertion is used. a3 coins quickly up stairs; tenipre fickl'1 ; these are symptoms which yield ai onre lo a friv ilo-- i'sof tin- Br.-imlrelb Pills The occa. sional u--e of this medicine wonhl save a deal of trouble and vear-of suffiTtifi. One, or two,or even threeof the Rranrireih IMls ju^i before dinner, nre of en found tiishlv ber;i fi?ial; n-:mv n=e Ibrni very advnnlneenn^ly in 'hi- wn>; i \\f>\, ai'l and ;i=.-i-t di^e?; inn. restore Hie Uovvel? to a prnper coiulition. i-mivr-n Ihe spirits, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

TO THOSE WHOSE OUCWAT1ONSTESD TO PRODUCE OR AGCRAVATE DISEAPE.---This class of individuals In very numerous. They are those who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, workmen In feather stores, stonecutters, bakers, while lead manufacturers, ore all mart or less *ubjecl to disease ac.-cordinpto ihestrnngih of their constitution. Tbe only ' nieihod lo prevent disease, is Ibe occasional use ofa medicine which abstraeife from the circulation alldeteteriotis humors, and expels,' them by the bowels. Tomes in any form are injurious, as they only >jt off the evil day to make It more ratal. The use of Brandrelh's Pills will insure health,:because they take all impure mailer . out of the blooi);,»nd tbe body Is not weakened hat | strengthened by their operation, for these valuable Pills , da not force, boj they assist nature, and are not opposed, but Jtaftnoglze *W> her. ?*H«jipr. 8' rs«oreth'i Office, So* 98 Wood street, ' PHl-bu^i, TPtice 25t«euts 'per box, with full di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

VAAIET Y.- Just received rrom New York, 3000 Temperance Almanacs for 1843; 3000 copies of the Journal of the American Temperance Union and Youth's Temperance Advocate for September. Also, 2000 Christian Almanacs, and a good assortment ofLoomis't Magalineind'PiUshujgh, and the FrankHnM»j;ailne and Com. mon Almanacs for 1R43; by ths aross, dozen or single; 250 copies of Grant's New Pittsborgh ' .and Allegheny Business Dirctory and Strangers Guide, for 6ijcenls, Also, Collage, Family, School and Pocket Bibles and Testa, mer.lx, David's Psalms; Methodist and Temperance Hymn Books; the beauties of Harmony, Introduction to Sacred Music; Mason's Harp with round and patent n&es; Christ. Harp,and almost all kinds of School Books; Guno'g Domestic Medicine; Day Books and Ledgers; Writing, Letter, and Wrapping Paper; bine hlack, and red Ink, by the gross, dozen, or bottle; steel pens, quills, elates, pencils and wafers;Cyclopedia of History, Western Pilot, and a con. plderahle variety...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

THORN'S TE.VBERBY TOOTH WAffl-Invaluablc Remedy.—The extreme hritt Tetth, llieir indispensahle use, and lite frrquwrr decay, has led lo many Inventions for their pie* yel how to pre- serve them in a stale of lir-alibii beaalv, to Ihe latis' periods of riisietite, m unknown un'i) Die discovery of tbe hboie hi preparation. It forms a pure titirturc compfai eiah:e ingredients, antlls possr-sseil of lit ftsil odor. It eradicated tartar from the Ipeth. rf«c«IH of incipitrH decay, poli-bes and pre>r-rvH^rnalHj which it jives a pearl-like whiteness, aV. foe "H fectin^ pronerties, possesses Hie virtue Av^V^B to the breath. H As an Anti Scorbutic, Ihe Giim<<a'.s»sl»'t"H ccdent powers; Scurvey u erndiz-a/^it (raaH healliy action and redress is induced, wrrl^iit« notice of ihe ntfdicl practitioner Indithitnlilf nfl tltetr hcalthliil slate. V has been examined iS several of the hest physijeians of this rliy, nlM hr-stitation in recpromenping it as an exceflJcrfH the Teeth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

REM OVAl——The undersigned begsleaveioiniuriji the public, that he has removed from his old sland, to the corner of Penn anil St. Ctalr Us., opposite the Ex change Hotel, Where he has fitted up a large Piaho Forte Wake Room, and now offers for snle the man splendid assort mftitof Pianos ever offered in tills market. Bis plunos eornlst of different patterns, of superior Roue Wood and Mahogany, beautifully finished and modeled, ajid constructed throughout uf ifie very be«t materials,wHcb,'for durability, and quality of tone, as well as touch, he warrants to be superior to any ever seen here. ' > As he has enlarged his manufactory, and made arrange meuis to " supply the increasing demand for this Instrument, he respectfully requests those Intending to par. chase to call andrxaminehis assortment before purchasing elsewhere; as he is determined to gelt lowee, for ca«Ti,lhafl any other establishment east or west ofthe mountains. 7. BLTJME, '; Corner of Pennrnnd St. Clalr streets, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

VAMB8 HOIVABD * CO,, Manufacturers of Wai, '•" J Paper, Jff. 18, Wood Street, PUttiurgk, Pa.-(tata always on band anenenslve-assortiiient cf.Satii Gialod and p'aill PAP&B NaNGINCS, Velvet- n,u ¦ Initiation Borders, of the la cst style nnd liandiotni patterns, for prfpef'ng hall", parlors and chambers. M'lwy tnanofBcliire'and have on. hand ai all limes-Ttiptlna. Writing,JLeUCr, Wrapping and Tea Pappr.Bon net' «tl rollers' Soai4»i-« ll of which they offer forsal< onibeB><»t«t«WMi.o<Stina term*; and" to (vbJcb t&e; ¦ - lw»«« «he*Hent " i0|».»Ci»«Mfc«)U* «* oijiers, AL9<J—Blanjt 6*duM>f*>ilUade and lb» r*stq«»!H - , 1tootfB<&B Xjrt#«»&m** J*rt *'l* to f *»te**'*a % «.S. «a«ira4ftaiim^^^94<>«Ectni^ rT.j-f-.1 h,t - - -' ^:^-: ;r,^. i^^.» ^Mi&i^ M^A^^ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

| ^^^ t DR. WILLIAM EV*NS'S BOOTHifHS'SYRUP.— This infallible remedy^HJjLnrS|i>r*»hundreds when thought past recovery. froWVoWBWferij. As soon I as the Syrup is ruhlied on thet mn-i . lhe/hitd will rec<}v-1 er. This preparation is «o lnnoctui,FOeHicacloU9, aarl ' so ; 'pleasant, lhal no child will refuse to let lie gums be rBb bed wiih It. : When infantsarentthea^e of four inonifis - tho' thare Is no appearance of teeth, one bottle of ihe . Syrup should he usedlo open Ibe pores. _ Parents sbpild e i ever bewilhooiiBe syrup .in the nursery where there r are yoong children,far tfratblld wains in the nl|ht wUh pain In the gaow, the 6*rspji«naUalcly l ives ease. hy V j opening thepora, an4)w«3fMln««6tM;tberebjt pre*«nli, «WO>ovmlons, Fevers, i-ei Cor Sale Witorenle and ty Eet»ll hy ^ B.«|WUBS6AB ent, r* **rW[^ ' ^ goviwfr sy^warn^f h ftwow w^www

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