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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 March 1856

Poetry. NOBODY. BY SOMEBODY. If aobooVa noticed tou ron mnit V smn. If nobody's sltffhted too to muirt be tall; If nobodv't Kiwfd to ron roa limst bs low, -I! aobod'i kissed joo you're gly art know. If nobodrH efrried vmi von're a moor alf. If nobody's flattered yon flatter yonreelf; If nobodr's cheated you you're a knar, It nobody's hated yoa yoVra a alarm. If oebodVi eaVied Ton a "fool to "rotir face, , BomebodT'a wish'd for yoor back in Its plsee: If aobodr's called TO a "trra-it" or "scold," Bonwbodj think tod of spiritless mould. Tf ordT knows of your ftmlts but a Mend, Nobody will miss them at the world's end; If nobodr cllnsa to roar puree like a fswa, h'obodjr "will ru like a hound when It's gone. ITnoVodVi eaten bit bread from toot iters, Nobody "will call too a miserly bore: If nobodv's ulaoder'd yon bore is root pen Sign yourself "Nobodr," quick as jou caa. Agricultural. Best time for Pruning Grapes. Editor Ohio Farmer. In your paper of the 1st instant, it is stated that ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 April 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ::c ISAAC M. KEELE16, ; Proprietor,: Th JOURNAL is published, eworr Friday ninnilag, Office In tbe third story, Buckland's Block Frenwnt, Sanduakj eountv, Ohio. - T ' . TERtiS OP SUBSCRIPTION. I ; ,- One oopr. per rear, in advance, by mail .......M,60 ' Paid within the yew 2,00 After the enptration of tha rear.... Ten subscribers, in advance .. . 1,75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oa Square 10 linen or lew, owe ineTtioa,.----r",Pe t - 4a. - Each additional lnserUo...i. 0,6 do. Three months 5.00. do. r Hix montha 6o. - . One year : One-fourth column. chanire ouarterly, 1 year j. fc,uo .. 15.00 -Wne-Uitrd . . do. ... do lne-h&lf do. do. do , . Sik,0 . 25.00 " "Whole do. ' do. ! :' o .. pant it linMAr 1ml ane rear . -tS.iaJ ' 6,a I.e.ic.l Notice, nrecediul marriairea, and riouhlo col- . A.lvariATM.ntL to 1h rhanred double the above rate. .AdvertisemeuUrsliould be marked with the number of Insertions or the WiU be continued uniu omercu . harmed aocordiuglr. Of all kinds neat...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 April 1856

Col. J. C. Fremont. 'e copy the following aaort sketch the life and character of Col. Frisioxt from the Cleveland Herald. Ho is the Her ald' $ candidate for President: "We give below a meagre' sketch of the evontful and heroic life, of this man, who is till in tho prime of his oys. We expect to draw from Congressional records and other sources, many facts con nected with his efforts for Freedom in Cali fornia, which will show how aoon any man who betrays predilection in favor of Free dom over Slavery is a marked man, and to what base means the friends of Slavery will descend to crush such a man. Fremont, John Charm, the "Pathfin dor of tho Rocky Mountains," a man who has opened to Amorica the gates of her Pa cific empire, was lxrn in South Carolina, January, 1813. His father was an emi grant gentleman from Franco, and his mo ther a lady of Virginia. He received a good education, though left an orphan at four years of age; and when at the age of seventeen he graduated at Charleston C...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 April 1856

p:ell polices. Teachers' AaaoclMlon. Tha next nMeting of tii Teachers Association of San dusky county, wiU ba held la Fremont, at the TJoUm Brhool House, oa Saturday the 13th day of April, tl .'clock P. SC. The Association .ill be addressed by the Rav. F. Hra xtalcKa. Subject Limitation of Studies In Schools. Essays are also expected, on subjects already assigned at a previous meeting. The question lor discussion, ii, Xeeolred, Tht onr County examine In granting err- tiucatea, should be guided hi the letter and spirit of the law, regarding the qualilicaUona of Teachere, without respect to circumstaneee. All Interested ta tha cause of education are cordially Invited to attend and assist In elevating the standard of .. l- JOHN B. LOVELAST), SecV Great Cure of BheomotUm Cincinnati Ohio. Convincing evidence. For more than three years I hire been suffering with rheumatism, and nlargement and pain of the bones and Joint. I have strictly follows tha adrie. of physicians, M" timet used such...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 4 April 1856

Poetry. What Shall Perish? What shall perisb ? P ant, tht HottJ ish,' Bloasoms sttH-p.- in Q"W ws; Ruthes tbat the brooklets ebensu: Oaks that thouuod yeais. v 2,c,r: mat shall Trist.t ' Thronca -nst enuaWe;". ' Ontoite. wr.i . jmmdt'iit au; And the heedless travellers stumble . 0'ar Ceaara' ruiutd haUa. s. i -. What shall nerisM Man, tlx glory ., Of thre snbraaary srt, u.t Like an oft-repeated story. Shall te buried and forgot. What shall rriM Io fiielroeura . Slars must fall, and earth ) .-. . 'An old we'a miirntieat foreos. . lake a bubble Sect w;.. All shall peri",1 their Haier, While the soul that trustb la grac. Of bis strength ahall be partaker, And in Heaven behold bii face. -J Agricultural. Gates verses Bars. . A gate, properly coustructod and rightly '.lunir, can be opened aud closea uy anj wen hild ovor five rears old. . In order to have nmfirnrile mite, four points must be attend- d to: that is to 8ay,itmus.t be made light, strorur, conTnient and durable. A gootl " nrofi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 April 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL 191 AC 51. KEELER, Proprietor. Th JOURNAL U potllsb4 mrr Friday morning. ssln the third story, Bscklaud's Block iremsut, ftaadoaky oountr, Ohio. - . KMS or SUBSCRIPTION. ; - Om p. jw Tr, ln advanea, T mail fl,50 c raid withlD the year .. . 2,00 -' After the mpiratioo of the year 4,50 Tswn subscribers, ittsdvanos .. 1,76 , : ... I RATES OF ADVERTISING. . , Os Square 10 linn or leaa, one insertion, $0,50 -. . F.wh additienal incrUo .....0.2 . do. TSwe months. - f,lJ do. ' Pix month t do. 1 Oneyear . . . Onc-f.mrth tolumn, Chang quarterly, 1 year.. . 16.U0 - Tl,Mhir4 do. do. do --" . One-halt , do. . . do.. . do .-'. , Whole do. do. . do ." i Bnnino. rrd, Uw or " year... .... , uu. . la-Ksi Sotiwsprwmlinn marrianj-a, and Doubl. col umn Ad-,-niwmen, to he cli.wd doulOethe ahovr-rate-. insertion, or tl.r-y wUl be continued until ordered out and charged accordingly. . JOB PHtSTISC, Of all kin. M.tlT and p-ditioaly ewcuted, and that too, to the full satisfaction of our patr...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 April 1856

ARRIAVL OF THE ASIA. New York, April 4. . The Asa reached her dock about S o'clock. Her dates are to the 22L - No news of the Pacific. - ". It is generally believed the treaty of peace would be signed on Saturday tho 22d, or Monday tho 24th ult In the event of the delay the Armistice would bo extended to April 30th. No other news of importance. Tha 10th meeting of the Plenipotentiar ies was held on the 18th and the Prussian representatives took their seats. The 11th meeting was to take place on the 20th, and it was announced that a treaty of peace would be signed on the 22d or 24th. The actual business of the Conference u said to be over. A committee of one representa tive from each of the powers is engaged in drawing a treaty of peace. The Committee consists of M. De Borqncncy, Lord Crowley Count BuoL Baron Brunow, Count Covour nd Ali Pacha. The papers are full of congratulatory ad dressee respecting the infant lionaparto. fTV- - a, -tT 1 a .1 T- etantinople Great mortauty exists a...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 April 1856

A Voice from Virginia. Cabis Point, Surry Co, Va. Dr. Sclk S. Humrs: I wit la Baltimore In April, 1854, wad from paper I rwanvtHl of yours was induced to buy a box wf yoer l'llls, recommended as a aovsrisa rare for the Epileptic Fits. At that tiraa one af my servant Lad been alilictea with 6ts ahout twelve yaars. Wban reachins: home, i commenced with the pills according to directions. 1 do aot ttiink sue has had one tiinoe. My wife, though, is somewhat iuduocd to believe she may hare had one on. ly. Koelosed you will find 6ve dollar, for which you will please forward me two boxes. 1 suppose yon ran for ward them br mil. Your coiliaaoe will oolite, me. Yours respec'tfullr, H. P. 81.BXIX. Dr. Hancc's Epileptic Pills are also a soTereijrtt remedy for evury moditicatioa of mrrrous diseases. The nervous sufTcrt-r, whether tormented by the acuta, physical agony of neuralgia, tjcdoloreax, or ordinary heacacha, amicted with vaujrue terrors weakened by periodical 6l threaten d with paralysis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 11 April 1856

Agricultural. Plant Corn. The question of cheap bread for the worliing-man, and whether there will bu a good supply of beef, depends upon how peo ple plant corn. ; If pork wxt fall is scare and high those xvho nave it to sell" may think it is a pros perous time for them, but it will be more so if the people frenerallv have planted corn. It is no true argument that if all did so the price would be "ruinously low. rer was ruined by cheap bread. No country .We adjure you, therefore, erery man of - ,, t v .i ' you that owns an acra of. soil, to lant corn in tne tngnsu acceptation 01 me wora, nvthin that will make Wrl but more particularly we entreat yot to plant maizo, or Indian corn. We ask it now because now is the time to prepare for it. We ask it for the good of the eovmtry for .the ben efit of the farmers. Is there a man living who took our advice and increased his crop last spring, and who has since had a moment of regret that that ho did so! If ho has, Lis deeply benefited countr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 April 1856

e FREMONT JOURNAL -kiic M. KEELER. Proprietor Tha JOURNAL 1b published every Fridav TDornlnfr. OSca la tha third ory, Buckland'a Uluck f remaat, snlnsrr oounir, vuiv. TERMS OF BUBSCRTPTIOS. Onaaopr, per year, in twne, by nail ...... ..Sl.M Paid witUiB h year . . ,00 ' After the expiration of the yar 2,60 Tan BiiVnwr i iv'TTi in Bulv&n ... 1.76 KATES OF ADVERTISING. n r. , ,. . i on ejt do. Each additional insertion 0,25 do. Three month MO do. Six months MO do. One Tear.. M ne-foorth column, chain's quarterly, 1 year... 16,00 One-third do, do. do ... 20,00 One-half do. do. do ...26,00 . Whole . do. do. do 46,00 to..i.u r.wt. aliniimlM nnawu 6.00 Leaded Nntioea preceding marriages, and Donal eol- i.i.aHkanvrU tn )w rhuvMl double the abov rate. AdrertieenieMa should be marked with the Bunker of insertions or they will be continued nnUl ordered out and . charged accordingly. - Of all kinds neatly and expeditiously executed, and that tons to the f uli satisfaction of our patrons. 1 B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 April 1856

Laws Passed at the Recent Session. "-' The Ohio - Stale Journal ' says: -'Wc lave carefully prepared a list of all the laws hich have passed nt the first session of the present Legislature, and bow present "them to the public. The render will please con idor tho words An Art, prefixed to each ti 9. : We have omitted them n3 not essen tial to tho proper understanding of tho sub jects, and for the economy in- space. : . " " This list embraces several laws of much Importance to the people of Ohio. Among the measures that in our judgment, will be found highly beneficial and-a very decided saving to the Treasury,' may bo enumerated Mr. Hamilton's bill to provide for the recor ding, printing and distribution of the pub lic laws and documents; Mr.Caniiold'sbill to authorize tho judges ; of each judicial dis- triot to fix the times for holding the district and oomraon pleas courts; tho bill to pro viso. Fothe compensation of county officers ; the bill to provido for" tho opening and sur vey...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 April 1856

Neuralgia Cured Read what Mr. Bnyden naysi' No medicine ever had cer tificate from such respectable source as Carter'! Spanish Mixture. Mr. F. Boyden, one of the original proprietors of the Astor Ho aw, New York, and for a number of yearn of th Exchange Hotel, Richmond Va. was wired of a ec ere attack of Keuralgia, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. The rapid and perfect cure effceted in his case by this val able Boediciue arretted his attention and excited hi ad miration: he recommended tt to others aflilcted with a va riety of diseases, and in every instance a run was eftVcted. He has seen it cure A cup and Fever, Rheumatism, Liver 'Aiu1.im Il.-ai. L',..m ri.Wt 1'uiicha JA nuPI .VUUHUV, .Vt-in .-.- . , -- trhieii crr kju.1 tn h continued Consumption, and nearnr everv other disease for whtcb tt is usou. rt remarks it ii iftiMilt tn know what dim-ase it will not n Here or cure, and aa a blood punlier, and Sprinir and Fall luedicin, lie all ooouienc, and believes it to be Uie most valuable...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 18 April 1856

Poetry. Stanzas to—. I. " I m thine in my gludnesa r " - I am thine in my tears: My lovo it can change not , With absence of years. II. " Wore a dungeon thy dwelling, .. My home it 6hould be; ; - -' For its gloom would be sunshine, - - If I wcro with thee. ' . ' ; III. But life has no beauty; ,.. ,- Of theo, lovo, bereft; .1 Tin thine, and thine only: ... Thine 'over the left? --Knickerbocker. III. Agricultural. Theory and Practice of Pruning. Read before the Cincinnati Horticultural Society by E. J. Hooper. . Mr. President : In consulting the best authorities on tnis interpstinjr and impor- " tant subject, such as Lindley, Kenrick, Cob- bet, Cole, Downing, Thomas, Barrv, Elliott nd others, we find a very considerable di versity of opinion, not as to the time, but the mode of performing this very important ' Horticultural opinion. One says: "ine most suitable season for pruning (apple trees) is that interval between the time when the frost is out of the ground in the Spring and the ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 April 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL. . ISkAC M. KEELGU, Proprietor. " Tha JOPRKAL Is pnMisliwl ererr Fridar morning. t)mce In the third story, Bucki&ml s Block Fremont, aaodoskj county Ohio. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - . One enpr, per rear, in advance, by nail fl,-"0 . Jai wiiUia the Tear . 3,00 After the expiration of the Tear 2,50 I' Totm subscribers, in advance . . 1,76 RATES OF ADVERTlSIrlO. On Square 10 linen or lew, one insertion, $0,50 . - do. Each additional inaertion.. 0,25 do. ' Three months .-. 3,00 ( da. Six m on 1.1 5,00 do. One year K,0 One-fonrth columu, change quarterly, 1 year... 15,00 One-third do. do. do ...20,00 . One-halt do. do. do ...25,00 ' Whole do. do. do ...45.00 nntinu r,i It line n? leu. nne Year 5.00 Leaded Kotioes preceding maniacs, and Double eul s w. r. Advertisements, to he charred doable the above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the number of insertions or they will be continued until aruareu out ana charged accordingly, v . . JOB PRItfTINO, Of all klndi n...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 April 1856

A New Speaker. 1 Mr.' WalJron, of Michigan, tho youngest jnember of the proscnt House of Represen tatives, tnaJo a tolling speech in his place on Thursday. - We find tho subjoined facts, biVh h brought forward and nailod, in tha New York Tribune. They relate to the fcdmisiaa of Michigan into the Union," nnd their bearing in the case now before " the foplo will be appreciated at once by.' in .telligent readers. - The following are -the proceedings iathe House of Representative OS that ease r " : :'' r - l Horss,'Jan. II, 1853. Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Michigan pre tonfcd. Mr.MIannegan, of Ind.,- moved that it be rejected. - Motion -defeated,- Franklin Pierce Toting in tho- majority. llr. Hannegan then moved that it lie receiv-i ed "as the voluntary act of private inJivid- iiftls." '' This was adopted, but Franklin Pierce voted in the negative. On the ques- lion as to which of the two Conventions should be recognized as representing the People of Michigan, the Democ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 April 1856

Special Notices. Kervoua Diacaaes Controlled and Con. ajvervd Of all vai ioua ills that detract from tbt njorment of liumiu life, molt of them mar be traced to a dtvordered condition of the nerrous svsU-m. The horrors fepilepsy, or tailing sidtnea, arise in moat cases from tbii eaoae. Our readers may remember, on several occasions before, we have alluded to the wonderful cures, or modifi cations of Fits, made by the Vegetable Extract Epileptic Pills, Invested and prepared by Dr. Seth S. Hance, ol It Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. We feel fully saUsfied that time Pills hare cured some of the most stubborn ca ses of Epilepsy, as well ss the milder form of Fits, such as MTere cramps, spasms, &c We now record the fact, that persons wiU find these PiUs equally efficacious iu curing very form of nervous debility. no matter wbethermani fested in the acute and eicrn iaUrg form of Neuralgia, Tie-Dolerux, oiflXerrous Headache, tins misery of Dyspep sia, or Indigestion, the sufferings of...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 25 April 1856

Poetry. From the N. Y. Express. Onward—Upward. BY W. SEAMAN BEARE. Onward," let thy vatohword b, rr4urfoHh to train tto prist; . , 1 T5hat la sorrow, toil, t thee? Rest it thins beyond tup skies! .-. j Ceaseless labor, onward stilL, . On to deeds of holr lore; Be cheorfal, t4 thv luster's wlIL, . - - " To St thy hrt for realm abort. . Upward let each thought aseemL, With a fsrraat steadfast trust, fr'- Ever with thy action blend - A rav of light o'er darkened lost. Dailr o'er thy path of life t Rafrred steeps and trial new . JUse like phantoms; in the strife keep His precept atiU in view. Onward loiter, llnferoerer, Let each palee with terror start. Thrilled with seal U holr ever, f ' Pare and sacred from the heart. "' Nerve thy aoultba battle woo, Peace and joy finrerw '-hine, Brilliant as the noonday sua, hu(k thoe to the victor's thrlae. " . Onward rpwardt Time and death. Chain the Let each thought renew, ( . With thr Hi itinjr, passing breath, The will to try the strength to eV ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 May 1856

: FREMONT JOURNAL . KS4C .31. KEELEH, Proprietor. , The JOURN AL U published every Friday feonring. Office In tbe third Biorr, Bticklaad's block Fremont, ' fiaudiuky aonty, Ohio. , - - , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. t - One eopr, P" T" ..uvance, by mail $l0 Paid within the year 2.08 ;. - After the exrdratiou of the year.... ... t Town subscribers, in advance . , 1,76 ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' OntSqun 10 hues er less, one insertion, $0,0 do. Each additional iniertioo k2& do. ' Three months ... 8,0 - v n do. Six mouths - 6,00 . . do. . Oue year ,00 - fnfT.urtb. column, change quarterly, 1 year... lft.00 -t -Owe-third do. do. . do . ...30.00 One-half do. de. do ... 2.00 ' "Whole ' do. do. de ; Hiisinea Cards, 6 lines or lees, one year r.00 r Leaded Notices preceding marriat a, and Rouble col ' vmn Artvertitwrnenta. to he enArtred double the ahore nito. AdvTtiflci:riii8 should be marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued nntil ordered out and -cnarge accordingly. jobw...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 May 1856

LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. AN ACT act Supplementary to an act entitled .n ' rrnsc"D'ng tho duties of supervisors, and . relating to roads and highways" Passed ,v February 15, 1853. . - - Section 1. Be it enacted bu the Gcner- - oj , w( of Vino, Tliat if; ""y commissioners of any county ! l t r7 rA8,i il sba11 118 foi" I : If the taxable property of the county I , ,V" ?fty millions of dollars the levy I snail not be more tlwn one half mill, nor less than one twenty-fifth mill oo the dol- Inr- Tfoili r,rrrft- ,( t. , lar , it suen property amount to over three and less than fifty millions of dollars, the I V ctlnll y n , .,, ,v.j ,, mnu Dim mm nor less than one tenth mill on the dollar: If! such property amount to. less than three j millions of dollars, tho levy shall not be i . i i t , , iiiuro man ono anil a nail nulls nor I0jS 'than two-tonths of a mill on the dollar; but " but if tho trustees of any township shall doem an additional Mad tax necessary, the 1 trustees 6ha...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 May 1856

Nerrou Dlaeaaea Controlled and Con sjmered. Of sll tn various till that detract from the njoyment of human lift, most of them may be traced to a disordered condition of the nervous ivit m. The horrors c? epilepsy, or falling sicknes, arise la most eaaes from this cause. Our reader! may remember, on severs occasion! before, we have alluded to the wonderful cum, or modifi cations ot Fits, made by the Vegetable Extract Epileptic PUls, Invented and prepared by Dr. Seth S. Hance, of 108 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. We feel fully satisfied that these Pills have cured aome of the moat stubborn ea ses of Epilepsy, aa well aa the milder form ofFits, inch an " 1 . I K mM tht "' C' (m"' " ' . .in tkAdn Pil' snnallv efficacious in ennoi eerr form of nervous dcbilitr: no matter whether mani fested in the acute and excruciating form of Neuralgia, Tie-Dolerux, orNerrous Headache, the misery of Dyspep sia, or indiire stion, the sufferings of Rheumatism or Gout, the melancholy hallucination of d...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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