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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 May 1856

Poetry. First Flowers of Spring. A prise tve drawn, don't ynu want to see. A prize from Flora's lottery I Tim tumi the wheel, but' the laughing boura, i 'Till now, have drawn mora Mankp than nowar. s April whin pared mr yestermorn, i Better go over and take a turn. I With full assurance of feith I went a With ffpringing stop, and with thought intent rpoD brook and rimlet, rock and tree, Wondering what late had in store for me: When lo! from a rock crevice, wanned by a shower. Cleat nestled I gathered there Sprxn g otcerf ' Ther ma? talk of first love., k - Of first kiwten.finrt tear, i First sighs, tint iiupres-ions. First hopes and first fear ; Fiwt any thiog clue .1 Of which pots sing ; , ; " But give me forever " "" Tkejirtt overt of Spring T. Mirror. First Flowers of Spring. Agricultural. Trees have Roots and require Food. 5 Trees have roots this everybody knows "but in transplanting, a majority of trans planters treat tnem as it tuoy were oi nine account cutting them nearly all...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 May 1856

- FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC JI. KEELEIt, Proprietor. Tho JOURNAL is published every Friday morning. Office In the third story, BuekLand'l Blodt Fremont, Saodaakj vaunty, Ohio. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One oonT, per venr, in advance, by mail JV f Void within the year 2,00 After the expiration of the year - 2,j Town subscribers, in advance - 1," ' t RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' One Square 10 lines or lew, one insertion,. ....J0.S0 ij -4o. toieh additional insertion ..... do, ' Three month . 3,00 do. I ' Six month s do. One vear 8- One-fourth column, change quarterly, 1 year.. . l.00 OBB-tUird do. , do. . . do. ... SM0 One-half ; do. '- do. do ...25,00 ! Whole, do. do. do ... , . Buaiews Car.ls, 6 linen or less, one year ..... 4,00 leaded Notices preceding niarri.n-1-s, and Double col anin Adrertiswnoots, o he oliarptl .h.ulle the above rate. Advertisements, ahnald he marked with the iwmber of Insertions or they w ill be continued until ordered out and barged aocordingly. JOB PRINTING, Of all Vin...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 May 1856

ho sees fit.. I wish him preat kucccs in hw fentorpi ise, I hopo bo w ill borrow uo trou ble on my account, as t fuel quite cuinpcicnt to take care of myself mid the public nion- The remarks of tlio commitUw upon the ubjoct of settlements with the Treasurer at the expiration of tlio term meet with. my approval. The law of last winter upon tins subject is " the same it has been for forty years, and no raoro positive. We have al ways had laws of a "penal character, bill they are not eufonsod and prolwtbly nover aved a dollar to the State. Laws never make men honost, and the public nmt ro j upon the integrity of her agents mther than tho severity of tlio'rx. Ohio may have soffored loss from unwise men, but it is justly her boast tlutt she nover lost by the dishonesty of her financial' agists, More thaa $60,000,000 have passed lhrotir;li tor Tfeasnrr, and none of it has been -lea, aid probably not. J 150,000 has Wn lost hj the failure or diihonesty of banks or MiSividuaU. The foar of th...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 May 1856

:. Alices. Nervous DiHcasea ControlWd and Con quered Of all the- Tarioufi ills that detract from the enjoyment of human life, most of them may be traced to a disordered condition of the ncrvon? syatein. The horror of epilepsy, or fulling sicknes, arise Id most cue? from this cause. Our readers may remember, on seven! ticcasion before, we have alluded to the wonderful cun or modili- cations of Kits, made by the Vegetable Extract Epileptic v:i. I a 1 1-. i.r enli, o 3Tn. .,f 10R n.'.i J,.- . it.i f.-.rr.iu oiiv.H,.,t I-,.. P.ji. .-.f tt.o moat KtiilttMtrn ca- a of Kilepv, as well a the milder form of Kit, such a aevere craoipa, spasms, &c. Ve now record the fact, that (K'tWinil Till DWJ IIIWW I njuaiii i" - " -,. virv fortn nf nornm deliilitv: no matter whether nwiii- fentwi in tlie acute and excrurUting fonn f Neural (.ia, Tie-DoleruTt, orJNervnus Headache, the misery of IysM'p wia, or indi-jestiin, the snnVrinirs of Rheumatism or ;nt, the melancholy hallucination f depressed api...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 9 May 1856

Poetry. A Wooing Ditty. Raeh U the o.uaint itthj giro to tbu pretty little song by the accomplished mUmt, Hkivkt C. Watson, Esq. We fed it ia tb Philadelphia Smndf Despatch. The writer who is a compoacr as well as a poet ha, doubt Hsa, tt it U vvaic aot a difl&c! task for the song 5 Hirdlins slngson Touderlree '' " 1 Lull, wilt Umu come to nr ; - LuuiLu: Kear the orange-gilded grove, ' , , Where U lephrr whiarer be 1 Vioitrrl bee among the dw, ! Trtmbiiu o the viotets blue . . Luli! Uili! frumi the golden honrr swst - I Strums for to till close of dar 4 ' Lul'!.UT 5 Jt Hippie, twiokUnt tn the sheet., XJaaciog by the aougv frwD- Lull! Luli! Trilli a call for thee toeoma ( Trip ping from thy aunnr home k . t. ' :' . f i WilLuli! . 1 LiavwMtfnratar-toaim brirrhtl Li agar not for aoon' soft light t : lu: Luii! Night may nme with gloomy frown f - Can thoa lore whew storms hni dowaf i Lulil Luli! Agricultural. SENSIBLE TALK. Tho Ashland Times sap, "In this ago of enlightenment, there ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 May 1856

Fremont Journal ISAAC M. KEELEB, Proprietor. u Th JOURNAL is publish. ererr Frlilar morning. Oftine In tli. tliird story, liucklaud'a Bluck Freuiuat, ftanduakr uunty, Ohio. ... - - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On eopy, p?r Tear, Ln advance, by mail ... l'aitl witliin the year After the exviratlun of the. yew Town aubacrilasra, ln advance .. 2.U0 2,50 .. l.JS RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' Oa Square 10 lines or lens, one inwrticm, f n.SO A,. Each aiiilitinnal iuat-rtion ,S6 do. Tim1? nionthii . 3,ilG do. Six months '" (in. On year ...... R,U0 One-fnnrth column, chaaigv quarterly, 1 year... l,(a) - One-third . " MJ One-half do. -Whole ' do. do. do ...45,(10 -. BiwacitCanis, lin or lews one year - -. ,- o,U0 ' Laa.led N'.tiv nrtwliut marrim-i-a, and Uoul'le c'l Vrmv Ailvrticnifait. to 1m charred doalilt- the above rati-. AdT.rtiaem.nlH alinuM ae niarkisl with tlie amiul.tr of 'Inatrtions or tliey will be oontuiuvd untU ordered out and .charged accordingly. JOB PRINTING, Of all ainds neatlv and expe...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 May 1856

No. 12, CLASS C, SHEEP—Fine wooled, No. 12, CLASS C, SHEEP—Middle. wooled, Premiums on Nos. 1 2 and 1 3 same as No.l 1 . Awarding Committee, on Nos. 11, 12, nd 13. James Moore, P. C. Dean, Ball viMe, J. R. Pease, O. A. Roberts, of San dusky, and Hiram Half, of York. No. 14. Class D—SWINE. Best boar, 2 years old or over 3 00 2d do 2 00 Best boar 1 year old 2 00 2d do 1 00 Best brood sow and pig 3 00 2d - do 2 00 Best pen of not less than 5 .-.heats 2 00 Best pen of not less than 5 fat hog 3 00 Bostfat hog, 2 00 Awarding Committse. C. B. Kir Sandusky, Daniel Seaman, of Ballvillo, Jo seph George, of Townsend. No. 15, CLASS E.—POULTRY Best coop white Dorking 1 00 , do speckled Dorkings 1 00 -do Native fowls 1 00 do Dominique Shanghais 1 00 do Red Shahghais 1 00 do Brahma 1 00 Best lot of turkeys, 1 00 Best lot of fowls 2 00 Awardiso Committee. B. Amsdon, S. Buckland, Fremont, P. Brush, Ballvillo; Mrs. J. M. Smith, Fremont, Mrs. J. S. Gard ner, York, Mrs. S. Treat, Ballvillo. No. 16. CLA...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 May 1856

SpeciaJ Notices A Card. If tke yoanf mma wh manili'Bt bit valor and good breeding bv throwing aiisgiles into the window of Dr. Owner! offioo when th German Singing Sorielf meet then, will eall at the ofioe of th subecribar, ho will re vel re On Dolilar for each one of his daring fu&ta. F. WILLMF.R, M. D, JYtt'J of German iigi&g Society. GREAT EXGLISH EE MED Y. Sir J anion Clark's Cilibkatwd Fduu Piu.8. Prated r Xonal Lttten PnUmU ' TJREP.VRED from a prescription of Sir Junta Clark, M. X r-. Pftvsieian Extraordinary to the Queen. Thi in Yalnable VMicine is nnfaiUnir in the cure of all thoae tpiintul and danirernn disease incident to the female con atitutinn. It moderates all excesses, removes ail oltruc- tions, and brings on the monthly period witu reiruianii. These Pill should bo nsed two or three weeks previous to rnnanemeat; thev fortil v the constitution, and lesren the auaerinv: during labor, enabling the mnther to perform fcerdetie with aalety to herself and child. race...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 16 May 1856

SANDUSKY COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ' THE FIFTH AVAL, FAIR Will be held on the Societis Fair Grounds, IN FREMONT, ON THE " -1st, 2d and 3d days of Oct 1856. Preultni List Amounting to over $00. No. 1—Class A. Cattle—Sweepstakes. Best bull 4 years olil or over 2d 44 tt Best bull 3 years oKl 2d " Best bull 2 years ol J 2d " Best bull one year old 2(i u 5 00 3 00 4 00 2 00 3 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 !lf5 00 3 00 4 00 2 00 3 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 3 00 2 00 Best cow 4 years old or over and Calf 5 2d " Best cow 3 years old and calf 2d " Bost hoifer 2 years old 2d " u Best yearling heifer ed Best bull calf Best heifer calf Best pen of not loss than & calves 2d " Awarding Committee.-John Whitmore of Townsend, Isaac Glick of Ballvillo, C. G. Greene of Jackson. No. 2—Class A. Work Oxen and Steers. Best string of oxen not loss than 5 yoke from one township 2d do Best yoke of oxen 2d do Best yoke of 3 year old steers 2d do Best yoke of steers under 3 years old 2 2H Hi 1 ' Tho judges will t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 May 1856

i . -FREMONT JOURNAL. ' ISAAC 31. KECLEU, Proprietor. ' The JOl"RKAL published every Friday morning. Oraofr-4n the third at-ury., ttuckl&L4'a lilodt i'reiuont, ' banduskjr connty, Ohio. ' TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copr, per yetvr, in advance, by mail f 1,-V Pia within the year 5t,W After the expirmiiun of the y vtxr . 2,0 . Town aubscribcrw, in advance ... : KA.TOS OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 linen or lens, one insertion, $0,50 - -W. V.-wh fciUIitiomii insertion.. 0,25 ilo. Three months fin. Six mouths tl. One rear One-fnnrth column, change quarterly, 1 year One-third, do. do. do One-half do. do. do M'hole do. do. do to..-: J tt tlna Lis AIMTMf. .... . 6.00 ... H,0 lo.OO .. 2-i.OO .. -"i.lK) . s.oo marriages, end Double col umn Advertisements, to he charged double the above rate. Advertisements should l marked with the number of Insertions or they will be continued niiuiu - i Harred Mcoruiugly. Jfin PRHCTISO. ' - Of all kinds neatly and expeditiously etcntod, nd that too, to ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 May 1856

Kansas Items. . We clip various incidents connected with ,, ftSairs in Kansas from correspondence uf the Now York Tribune. D—D ABOLITION WOLF BAIT. Two dap ago the Kansas Commission .uhpoenaod a man named J. N. Mace, re cently from Nowburyport, Mass., to appear i before them as a witness in relation to the election held in Bloomington on March 30, 1 856. His testimony showed that "Sheriff'' Jones (who, by the way is reported to bo able to sit np in his room) was the leader ot a mob of between two and three hundred . iUlSSOUrianS; Uiai ma JUUg'V 1 I'WHOII were asKoa to resign in uvo umiuira ur uie , that they were alowsd one minute more to bless themselves, tho five minutes having expired without their resignation ; in short -. they were driven from the polls, their bal , .lot-boxes and poll-books forcibly taken from i them, and their most inoffensive and peace able citizens insulted and maltreated by ' armed bands from Missouri. All this did ( he testify, and he but corroborated the...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 May 1856

' Specif polices. . Ej-Aia SPRING andSUilMEK MEDICINE, Carter's Spanish. Mixture stands pre-minent abor all other. IU lingularl? okdu action on the blood ;its itiengthning and vivifying qualities; it tooie action on the Liver; its tendency to drive all humors to the surface, thereby clean sing lite system according to Nature's own prescription; its harmless, and at the same time extraordinary good ef fects, and the number of euros testified to by many of the Snort respectable eilisene of Richmond, Vs., and elsewhere Bust be convulsive evidence that there is no humbug about it. The trial of a single bottle wUl satisfy the most skeptic al of its heneats. .See advertisement in another column. 17w Bledlcal Impossibilities. the Tor a long time a certain elan of disease hss vkllUul and practice of the most eminent members of the fvjruUr medical faculty. Foremost among these we Bright Instance epilepsy or falling fits, floppy now by the skill and inventive genius of an eminent chemist of B...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 May 1856

Miscellaneous. The Month of May. ' Tho flowery month of may has ever been a favorite season for poetical description; ami some of llio muses' sweetest breetliings Lave been sung in its prqisc. Thus Milton T has llio following beautiful apostrophe: - "Hnil, bounteous Msyl Hint tnt in:.iire . Mirth anil yuuth and .arm dfire, Wootis ana (rmve are of tiiv drvs.vinjr, Tl ill and dale both boast thy LU'iuingf Thus we salute tliee with our early aonir, , . ' Ami welcome, tliee and a ish tiioe long." - . AuJ TlKunpson has described tho fluids And . orchards as in tins moutu displaying their highest beauty as being all mhtr rjonndles. hhrrf. on white, vnjmrplrd shower - Of miugted Uoauua." - . . ' ; ' I William Howctf, too, has expressed his genial sympathy with tho beauties of May, iu the followirg sweet verses: Msv in cmne anil Mv is Ovine: Sprinr. in hero and snrinjr I d tne: t -i. Shout a weleome, frank atpl Hawing; . . Say farewell! for she is goiug. u'Tir be hour when life is deepest: ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 May 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL ' IS V AC 31. KEGLER, Proprietor. The JOURNAL la published every Friday morning. OfBc la the third story, Bocklajid's Block iremont, biuHlusky county, Ohio. TEKMS OF SCBSCRIPTIOX. On copy, per year, in advance, by mail $J,1 Paid within tin yuar . . 2,00 After the expiration of the year -- 2..V) Tuirn AubscriUfrs, in advance. ... 1,75 '.' RATKS OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 Hue or less, one insertiotv$0,50 do. Kadi additional inscrUon O.ia j- do. Three months..-.. 3,1)0' do. Six months 5.00 v'- At.''- One year V sow-fourth column, change q,uarv:riy, 1 year... li.00 One-third do. do. do ...20.00 One-half do. do. do , ... 20u . Whole. do. do. do ... 45,00 Bustnes Cards, 0 linen or le ss, one year 5,00 .Leaded Notices preceding mtmsw, and Double col tni Advertisements, to be charged double tlie above rate. Advertisements should be marked with the nurolierof ias.nioa.or they will be ocntinued until ortieredout and charged accordingly. , JOn PRISTIN'O, -Of aH kind, neatly ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 May 1856

Destruction of Lawrence. The Town in Flames. MEN AND WOMEN FLEEING. The Dead Lying in the Streets. Chicago, May 26. The Chicago Tribune publishes au xtra baaed upon, intelligence brought by three tten directly from Lawrence, from which we learn that a company of mounted Missouri aas made their appearance nonr Lawrence on Wednesday. . They were reinforced until they numbered over 400. Thoy bor flags nd banners with all devices execpt the Blara and siripes of the United States. Dur ing the forenoon the Committee of Public Safety sent a note to the Marshal at the bead of his rmy auring him that they would make, no resistance to any processes La might wish to serve, aud asked him if protection would be given tor meir uvea anu property. - He made no answer. Ji bout 1 1 o'clock Deputy Marshal with a posse of 10 men, made his appearance, summoned four men to assist him in making arrests and took G. W. Dietzler and G. Smith, Prisoners. This posse took dinner at the Free State Hotel, and aft...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 May 1856

: ; Specif ofes. Great English Remedy. Mr Jams Ciark- CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS. Prepared from a prescription of Sir James Clarke, M.D. Physician extraordinary to t b Queen. This iuvaluabl Medicine is unfailing in the cur of all tboaa painful and slangersau diseases incident to the female constitution. It moderates all excesses, removes all obstnsctions, and tiring OB tli monthly period with regularity. These PUU should be used two or three weeks previous to eon nement; they fortify the constitution, and lessee the olferinc during labor, abliog the mother to perform her dutiea with safety to herself and her child. Theew PUls should SOT he taiaa hy females during the JLrti three months of pregnancy, a tary ore sure to hring on unscorrxaf Wcluf ltr timt they ore "ft- In all cases of nervous and spinal affection, paia In the hack and limbs, heaviness or fallpie on slight exertion, palpitation of the heart, lnwness of spirits, hysterics, sick headache, white and all the painful, disease, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 May 1856

Poetry. SCATTER YE SEEDS. Scatter ye seeds, and flowers wilt spring; Strew them at broadcast o'er hill and glen; Sow iu ymir garden nod time win bring Bright flowers, with ieeui to scalier again. - s 8 cutter e seeds nor think then tost, Though they foil amid loaves, and arc buried in earth, 8prin? will avfhken them, thougU htedlesely tontjd. Aud to beauufot tlewers those seed will give birth. Scatter ye rneds; tire not, but toil; -lis the work of life tis the labor of man! ts the bead, in the heart, and on the earth own soil, Bow, gather and sow, through l&'a ahort apao. Scatter yt aeeds, in the field of mind v t &tda of fkowera with the s&& of grain; te the spring and summer sweet earUnd ye'll And, And. ia autumn je'il reap rich fruit fur tout pama. Scatter ye seeds !n the garden of heart Feeds of affection, of troth, and of love. Cultivate carefully ea.'h hidden part, And thy flowers will be seen by angels above, Scatter ye seeds the seeds of hope; Plant In your b...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 June 1856

FREMONT JOURNAL IS! AC M. KCCLEIt, Proprietor 1 The JorRNAl. if published ST-ery Friday mornintrt OSes 1 tM tmra wrr, siiuug a iuacit t rezuoct. Baiulusky coumy, uuio. IKKM3 OF SCBSCRIPTIOJr. 1 On eon, per rear, Ik d Twice, by mail .H,H.f1,fiO raid wiuua tna yew . a.ou After the expiration of the year , 2,W ' Ten aubaenbers, m advanee .... 1'3 ; ... RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square 10 lines or less, one insertion,. ...$0,0 do. - F.ach additional insertion . 0,25 do. Three months. .......... ....3,00 do. Si X months ...6,00 r- " do. ' One year --- 8.00 , Oae-frmrth column, change quarterly, 1 year... 16,00 ' One-third do. do. do ... 40,00 One-halt do. do. do . SA.OO Whole do. do. do ... 45,00 H.hbm Pii R llnM Kr Inu. nntTMT 6.00 Leaded Notices preceding marriacres, and Double col ... Artimnt4 to he trd double the alxire rate. Advertisement should be marked with the number of insertions or they will be continued until otuereu out aau diarged acoordmgiy. JOB PRIKTIKC. 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. — 6 June 1856

Congressional. Washington, June 2. ' Sbsate. Mr. Bright being absent, Mr. Stuart presided. - He laid before the sen ate a mossago from the President, about Central America, which has been published. A resolution was adopted, that when the sonata aijoura n Thursday next, it bo till the" following Monday. ' The presiding officer laid before the sen ate, a kttor from Preston S. Brooks .in which he disclaims any intention of offend ing against the privilege of the senate, by nis assault on Sumner, but said he felt bound to chastise Mr. S. for hi insults to his state, and to his relative. He doomed it proper to inflict that punishinant in the senate, and did not think he was commit ting any breech of privilege. Tho letter was read and laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. . Tho senate then adjourned till Thursday. . . . . . . HorsK. Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, from the select committee on the assault on Mr. Sumner by Mr. Brooks, made a report, con cluding as follows: - "'vYhereas, the...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 June 1856

Special polices.- Great English Remedy. Sir JiCLiii'CLI.EEATED FEMALE FILLS. -Prepared from a prescription of Sir June CUrte, af .D. Fhysieiaa extraordinary to the Queen. TbU invaluable lledicine it anfailine; in the cure of all those painful and dangsrous diseases incident to the female constitution. It moderates all excesses, remoyei all obstructions, and brings era the monthly period with regularity. Theae Pilla should be used two or tliree weeks previoui to eon floement; they fortify the constitution, and lessen the aaSeririf daring labor, enabling the mother to perform her duties with safety to herself and her child. Theae Fills should sot be uit r females during the Jirst thru months of nreguunru, aa tkef art sure ts bring em uuscurriags. but -I any otker timt thef mrt toft. In all cases of norvoua and spinal affections, pain tn the back and liinba, heaviness or fatigue on slij-ht exertion, palpitation of the heart, lowness of spirits, hysterica, sick headache, aliitcs and all...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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