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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

IW-W SWcljesi "• [Translated' from the French for BaDou's R clonal] I THE PEETEHDED HEPHEW'¦ : , ' i ¦'• f' '-I . Br ASXE T. WILDCR!. | The city of Rouen, to those who se; it only in descending the river, or passing along the,quays, has the aspect of a new an! regularly built city. Its quays are border sd with a row of lofty houses, square and yellcw,most of the inhabitants of which are very proud—this serves to conceal; the city, which i s full of narrow, tortuous, muddy streets, it is true, but also of valuable monuments and picturesque dwellings ^ with cornices and friezes curiously sculptured. The inhabitants will be eager to show you the cathedral, St. Owens, St Patrick's, magnificent churches, but they are ashamed to lead you through the streets, past houses of the same age, in harmony with these chefs-d'oeuvre', they .hope one! day to see these monuments surrounded bvt a new city, regular, square and yellow, (ike the quays.;' • '* • ¦ -.¦/. .At one of the old houses o...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

THE CAPTAIH'3 BATHING TUB. 1 A cabin-boy of one of the ward-TpOm officers, on board a; United States -"[vessel, a good deal give^n to mischief, I one day made his way into the captain's cabin, wjule, they were engaged above In making out! a strange sail in the .horizon. .Here he finds [all; sorts of luxuries j% including various wine?, of whi'clr he drinks enough tp raise his courage not only, but to make him somewhat reckless ;of consequences. ' ".''¦¦<:, • ,-.-\.-. ,': 1 ... . In this state he finds himself in a room adjoining the cabin, a tin bathing-jtub ir one corrier, luxuriously supplied withr rare cosmetics, and smelling like a barber's shop of the first class.' «Now,' he says, * I had tried all the other good things that* 1 found in the cabin ; I had drank the captain's wine, .and straightened myself put on his sofa,,and swung in the hammock;'and thought^ I wouldn't quit without hiking ii dip in his bath.' - ¦ -¦• - .! '.¦¦- ¦ .-. t--.- -.:• Accordingly he-st...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

: fotf$ 6tf0. \ ¦ TH* WORLD WOUU) BE BETTES FOE . . *.' ••.-'. "•" '"" ';•"•'• : i ' ¦ arkn. cobb. ¦ •' '.' ¦- ¦') i If men cared'Iess for wealth «nittnU . . And less for battle-fleWs and glory ;¦ ] f, ..'.. ¦ Jfwrit fit humso hearty a.n«me -p.. V Seemed better far than song or story • >: ' ¦*' If men Instead of nnrsing pride, - Would learn to hate and to «bho¥it— >' If more reKed - * . ¦ , " On lore to guide, .) The work! would be th« bettsr for it. i , j If men dwit test in stocks and lands ' -¦ 1 And more in bonds arid deeds fratema : : 1 , If tovrt-worirhaa tsis ¦ KUia hswfc¦> - .; To fink this world to the supernal; ' :< "¦':\ If ineii stored up love's oil and wine, ! And on braised hearts would poor it; . '¦' ' If "youts** and "mine" . . •*'. i Would onee combine, } f, . . ,-/¦ The world would be the better for it. If more would act the play of Life, Aqd fewer spoa it In rehearsal; If Bigotry would sheathe his knife, '¦' * 'Till good became ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

*HB LOTS COMS-' f . '¦]., ¦ A^KSTCH FROM&IFE. | HY TUB FAttlLF PII>istCIAk. [.-.;' ;: , ,- - , ¦: ....——1 , 5.-¦', 1 . ; 1 had already had somp sltill'and notoriety in riiy treatment of pulniordry omplaints, and travelling North one Suirimer for [health and rest, I stopped for a few Wee^s at ri beautiful ; little village near jtBi!;] St.,Lawrence where I was somewhat kno\yri. | j I had only been in the vjljage two days When I was called to sec the Jti>uri{; daughter of a wealthv farmer by the hathe- ofj Summer...- ¦.... ¦ j! . , ¦ j ' Ida Summer had been the 1 xellc of the county, and though only sevente ah, her niarvel-Ipus beauty had already kindled an uno^uenchable fire in the heart. 6f l^any jan [unsnecWsful suitor in her favorl I.F.rankl confiding and at once playful and ihodost, ar|A, yet innocent, full of wild spirits yfef utterly dovoidi pf coquetry—to sec her wo| tp lo\je rjery ! 1 found the peerless girl, Whorii 1 had remembered from the summc)r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

iiiii MMACkit •HAHIX^' *•• UEM>--A»D U. II, ERAZIKtt, KDlTpwA -¦.^-1==^ ' "::] " " ' -#1 L.--"R- * MONTjlOSt;?*. -¦•'•. ^' »fj ^>Biteia^ir'''mowiaiia«»'|j|wmae.'Tir-lS**.' * . ;. - ¦ - , ' • " — ~ !T CST* *^n0 Hunker leaders allege that our ; county officers were elected by fraud. . The ; ,-charge is attempted to be substantiated in <: this way:—The Free-Soilers and Know-Noth - tingsboth voted foi those candidates, but the £Know-jNothiugs are pro-Slavery, therefore 'somebodyNniust have been cheated. One ^ fact is [well known and indisputable, namely,' , that sU th^men'that were; elected by the fu-; ] *km to county offices, are strong Free/Soil-•"• Who then were cheated t Why, the wioked pro-Slavery Know-Nothings/of course jif anybody.? And why is It worse for us to ',delude|theni|into the support of Free-Soil ii oandidates, than for the leaders of the Sham ^ Democracy to delude honest anti-Slavery .^tuenrnto voting pro-Slavery? Reprisals arc | «^6Wa|)le ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

The Democracy in Secret jCbunoil. \f\ t For the Bcpu'bttcan.R ' lit PL A KM BXP08EJK 'V\\ jf- \ ,*-. c-- v..-->-. ¦ ^1 .--. f-"' -' t\ f,i , . t : v »los»jpf pur readers' 'arc awma tb«v&i I jD^moM^U^^Krtjjj-bf thui^cottnt*|ii« «We r*«l y>y a iSikmon wWstave been^c<patdeap»y fiie ^bestt>^e»*in tUo *ouriljr. ,Be»So"tW^t-J«r|** driven out of the FirotProof, they he|d th'eir secret caucuses there; and quch promises were made politicians as would secu|« their services. They were then known as the'Fire-Proof Clique^' Our suspicions were'excited one day last week, W seeing the old]' clique' in town, holding private confabs With,pur Dempcratic brethren, in knots of two Or three. We dispatched a reporter to; watch the pjrb cecdirigs. Any Inaccuracies jn the report which he-has furnished us, will be attributed to the disadvantages under which he labored. The speeches reached his eat through ilthe iev-hoki aiid were written out by the light of a camp...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

letter From the Mediterranean- j - Our readers will remember that in; December last, Itev- J- Lorenzo Lyons, a son of one of our citizens, left home, on his way to By-j rui, where; he was appointed a Missionary of the American Board of Foreign1 Missions.—; His friends have kindly consented to furbish us'from time to time, such of his private;letters as may prove to be of general interest^ and wedoubt not there are many readcrjs of the Republican, who will read these letters! from a-'far distant land, with both pleasure and profit. ! . 1 The letter which ws publish this week, is the first received after his departule,;and |iext week wcishall cwnilnuc tlie aerltaj, wtiti tL ictr ter from Smyrna. :¦'¦' , % SlKniTsiuiAXEiJi Ska, near the Island of. Malta.7; January 30, 1855. )j You nre^.no doubt becoming'auxioi|s to' hear from me, and I have sometimes feared; that your anxiety might amount to disquie-: tude. Yet when I reflected that you had been; willing to give me up to the se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

TO BE 0E ifOT TOiBE- \ Mr. William W. Yilk pf Fljishing, Know-Nothing M. C. for the|rural district of JLong Island, has published a letter} especially intended for the meridian of North Carolina, in which, with a glow pf styled worthy of that Carolinian blood of; which he |boasts,he repels the charge that thel r^no^v-Nbjhing party/ is tainted with the seiitimerift of Freedorii. It is. true he is compelled toj adthit that in Massachusetts and some <J*h0r Nqrthcrn States its members are not frjcndly to slave-catching or to'ithe extension pf Slavery over free Ter^ ritory ; but New York.j he [proudly |avers,' 'has determined to!knjpw|iOijIprth,no ^outh, no East, no West.' 'Wbhtevor other $tates may do, here is a friepd that the slave-breeding Oligarchy will find faithful to the end in the support of thcirl schemes. He thinks seriously, so he tells i|s, f that.the American party is sound upon the Slavery question and all other sectional issues. Its platform of politics is em...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

1 Senator WUsoi in Vermont. . Correspondence of the 1«. Y. Tribune. '-'''.• BRATTLMpBO,:May 29,1855.. h. misunderstanding! having taken place in the American party of Vermont^, Senator ' Wilson of Mass. was dent for to act «s peace-: maker, aiid last evening this distinguished shoemaker of Natick addressed a large assemblage on the subjeetof the position ana, duties of Americanistn. Mr. Wilson' pre-, mised by stating that jn his opinion the time] had arrived' when all the nominations of the, partv should be made] and voted openly.—j The'time for secrecy was past. The. object j of the American party was to infuse .vitality ; into the effete poliUcal] organizations. It was.; not intendc4-to restrain, immigration, nor toii draw dowrigthis Republic from the lofty po^ sition which it maintains as the asylum for all thtfoppressed of Eurobe. Our shores should;; be ever free to him wpo'.by the labor of in-; dustry seeks an improved fortune, whateverj may be his nationality! or religio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

An Appropriate Visit }'. ; The Visit of Governor Follock and Secreted ry Curtih to Philadelphia, was happily appreciated by the citizens, and must haVe been highly gratifying to themselves. From the moment of their arrival -until their departure, they were in charge of the committees of different benevolent or educational institu- . tions; and visited almost every school; and institution of note in or near the city." The' modest and unassuming trianner in which they met and comrriunicated with ' the scholars, citizens and officials of Philadelphia, ¦was the' - subject of general remark: and approval. His excellency presided arid delivered speech-". -cs at the American Sunday School WndTenn. ' sylvania €olohization antuversafies;; ahd al. sp ^visited and addressed the principal schools of the city 'and In? every! instance made; 'ah:. impression that is destined to livelong[after bis official term shall have expired. Indeed wo have never witnessed ^ such general appro, nation. O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

^m Wits. .1 - . — : ¦ sB ;,-,., 7\ Muntt Know Hotbinsr Coirrention. ^¦dt- /l ,' ' Bakook May 30. ^Htt The Know Nothing' Coriventian of Maine ^^fla^journed to-day, without making a nomina-^^^¦Boh for Governor. No general nomination ^^^¦will lie made, but the members of the order ^^^fee left to, vote according to individual pref-^^^ ¦eKnce. Stronganti-slavery resolutions were ^ffBadoptedby the Convention; comprehensive tuhds taken relative to the politics of the te, recognizing the Republican party, and ^^Rrteommending concurring, nominations by ^^^E the party wherever practicable.' The Con-^^BK vention also appointed;delegates to the Na-^^H tional Contention, to meet in Philadelphia. ^^M The [proceedings were harmonious, and mark-^^^fced with Jnuch unanimity.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

^^KiR.v Tiwlfext Canal! Commiisioaer.' ^^^B "-The indications are, that the Cameronians ^^BBwffl not simply content themselves with an ^^^^bffart to manage the American organization, ^^^^Phd nomination for next fall's election, to. ^^^Ehe'tr own liking, but, also make a determin-^^H«d effort to control the nominations and ac-^K»<ni .of the Eremocratic party. Wm. S. ^^K&nrpbell, of Pittsburg, it is said, is their ^^^Efeboiee for Canal Commissioner, and a streh-^^K^ous effort is being made" to saddle him np. ^^^pb 'jthe- Democracy:: ; We' donht, however, ^^^P|rhe[ther these political camp-followers will be ^^Kl)^r;'mprB successful with the Democracy than ^^E;i$ty h*^ heretofore been or are likely to be ^^^SlsJwiRer' with the Americarjs. —-Daily Newt ^^H^s^R-r- ,——'-, ¦ ¦V -J"" "''¦ "'; "' -.-^^M 'te^ppTf The GovernorGeneral of Cuba has ^^ ¦ Sa^ti* siege of the; Islaftd, and revoked ^^Hptslplbargo which wav proclaimed on fhe ^^BISrwT^bruarr. ':-".V'.["'•.'-". :.'' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

THE LATE LEQISLATUBE- Sldlers. '!:' | B "Agam we are told that the appropriation §Mfor pay of members,. exceeded that of last iByear by about fifty per cent. We observe jpj the Auditor General's report, that in 1854 | vie expenses of the Legislature frits $125,-^ByO.fll; and the Legislature of 1855 approjKriated $125,000 for the same purpose. So Hhat last year when the people-loving and Economical Darlington and the Democracy Bid tlie supervision of affairs, it will be ol* • ^•r ved that ¦'what they are now pleased to ^Brm profligacy and corruption, was cast into ^ Be shade. With the experience of the past ¦ inter, we would as readilv trust the late ^fcgislature, as any similar body .of men that ^¦ er convened at Harrisburg, and would in ^^¦itely prefer them to their illustrious prwL" ^¦essors ; specially that portion of them Bo have now. become accusers. Had the ^^¦¦mer, with their present knowledge of men ¦ d duty, a session, to commence at this time ¦ ey would very soon ass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

Ireasonable spirit been manifested. But the presence of Mr. Dow, brandishing his sword and accopamed by the soldiers exasperated [ the crowd to make a more violent attack upon the store. These acts were unlawful and unjustifiable by those who committed them, hut ibey did not in our judgment call for or jiistify the shedding of blood. >• '- 'The"loss of the liquor would have been of little consequence compared with the loss of [ human, life, which we must confess- it seems to us was most wantonly sacrificed' in this cwfli it shall turn but on the trial to which Mr. Do\v and his confederates will have, to ^ubiiiit themselves that tbe firing upon .the crowd was not required by the exigences of . the case, -ajsd not authorized by law, they will - be found gtiiltv of murder.'r -, A public meeting was called to-day at 2 .".o'clock to investigate the proceedings of our city authorities on Saturday night; '. : the meeting which was largely attended, was presided over by Judge Wells...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

/_j MJD^TROSl PrtJCtt CURRENTS yW.A19< ^the a ^ck *Mentioned in the following list, mil be reteivedia this^ee on subscription: at the current njarket price. \i j R, ^SKte:::H-;-:-';;:'-^li Rye ?»bMh,r*;. J ••"•••-• J?25 TtnH/» » if l™"ryp • • • • 4 00 Ch££l* •••.••1-----.-- ....18@20 Settfe&.i'-'V'---V"-- V-M* Potatoes %b£heiT '•-••,•; —• — .v.v8 Q 10 Apple. ^uR >:::;:::•*• ¦—•¦.••« »Hed Apples^bashel. R *"' lZ Dau9bSs^tf...::. :r.::y **% K«JSt-r*:..u..-.w; ::::r.:::::::::;:$ gam ^ &,........,..,,,;.._.......iQ @'12 i .J*J°Pgto * Rieady Xo. l. Are notiged td meet at their rooms on Satuidav eventr>g next, at J6f o'clock. ! By order of the Foreman. i j. .R;' ' - D. SAtasi Secy; . RPonrtli of July. .The Sabbath School Superintendents and Teachers ll IEEaST TSWi"* * to*™** i" •general Sabbati[School Celebration on the Fourth ofJuly, to^ beheld iniMontrOse, are requested to meet [on Satarday evening the 9th <?f June in the Academy Hall, at a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

¦ gM«PHH«spii|BMWM^. announce t a\1 '•¦-«!"*» »uu s?ffuig Goods at the old place! and that be has an entire ?ew stock of Goods which nevUltellchtap, \ •; j c w>M0TT.i T>AREGB ~ DKIiAINi3 fprione shiHing'; Lawns, fast ri-» colors, a yard wide, foV one shilling, and-CWitoetat all prieet,sx:l j n. W.MOTTS-i Montrose, May 80,185)5. '.< • ' ' \<—j • '¦ . THE MGHT^IIfO EXPRESS! Ttme Saved 1-^Ibrt Reduced .'—Through ' % by Day li ght / H . HAWLgy & JENKS AVE formed a pSrtiiershlp In Montrose, for the *TmJE2&2L'£ *»!ngJe»«7hody'« BLACK-? i » H111 °* •* *e<ad ,tand'nev Keel"'* H*>- »Srt» e pwchasedsn entire new stock ot iROjf, comprising a full ^assortment of all kinds, direct from tho city. Wei shall ikcep constantly on aand, XJUter, round and square Vail Bods, Cast Steel Toe^jork Bods, Befined fTyro Iron, all afces, Band Iron, Spring Steel, a Urge assortment of malleable Iron, Coil Chains, Carriage Bolts, 4c. &c. ^ -- WAGO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

• ;>.;;"f|7lJBBfcof TIsW? *.¦«--DELAWa^i LACKAWA1WARL WESIEBS-^: j if RA1XB©AD.\ . "¦W'S f^ lSt gtefrcoT ITi^xf flHai»«i sftit r ' ¦ • • ' .S 1 I 1 ; i ¦ f . j>\ I getarttogj^inh,^; GrU|rn<f«t 4 r.W^ua stScranton»t0:4B>.*, - \ f -'> . ». .. I^oi?lt AccommodatitfTrain, with passenger «*«tache&;wai lwv^foSon atl r. M-Vdae at «f«« Bcndiat 0; *. ^ wimectmg with the Mall Tram Wes^Vahdjihe -Kit Express Train East. w!fn8?,? *&** flusNl and the Hlght Express «1ft.*P 5fe*T» » D"^* " 12 m;, oV by ukfaig i E1**? W*, WH «H «* Dunkirk at &4S p. m. •1*BJ™?Sf *ni l«ive! (At Bend at 7 a. «. on arnval of Onrfnijati^xpiegEast, Doe st Screntoo 12,10 r.x.fc .-¦-<; -j | -.'i -.- •', : , PiP iW ???^f?l'^ rnk *,, #*. Kttston, CarbewMe, PhiUdeIp&a;i(^a *«, C*luw, WUHalMporti and !re *ld fi^PK^^Jh^ivl* TamatjuaO and Barton, and allinfefmcdlate pies, win find first class stage coached in readinesi Scranton, on the arrival of the Pass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

;. oiitipxjs. With ah entire new and Brilliant ¦Equipment. This ypettoTiwupeirill exhiblfat HonttOtt,<m Priday, June loth, 1855,1 afternoon and evening.— Doors open at I, and <5t.o!dock r. n< Performance half an hour afterwards. 'Admission 25 cents. This Company is distinguished for the elegance, novelty and variety of its Entertainments, • .- * ¦ Eqnestriou, Gsmiuutic, and Panto* ¦ ¦-: >: v niicnlc. M0NS. NICOLO and hU three Juvcnfle Wonders, Alphooae, Babastian, and [Ahna, together with thdr t*o wonderfully trained and highly intellectual Boos, TorsTvasn Jack, from the Gymnase Comiquo and Olympic, Pa^l^ Theatre Rpyal, Drury Lane, and Bat Sr s,Royal Ampitbeaire, London, Franconrs Hipporomc, New York, Ac. 1? - • I , MR- DAVIS RICHARDS, the wiUTEcccntric Horseman, will appear with his untamed PRAIRIE STEED, in his Dare Devil Act! without saddle or bridle, jumping hurdles, Itaping fehces,Ac this is the most daring and wonderful act of horscinaiiseip ever ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

if'. iVji -„ --Pr-^-r,;' " ¦•"¦?;"'f:-'"'. i^ :-.l 5. R • HflilCB. -'•• R ..' r|hl!'E person who took a barrel of saltnjfew eve-M nii& since,sttaforgot to call' and tsitle, can par for pie aamefby- sendink $2,25. t^«phf«»« «« Sut and;«'0 il***™"****-?"*™*** yl n%^~ SfontH»e, May 7, 1855. .[¦j - x;;; n&wJooom: ; ¦' = • ;;¦} Ybbntley & read ": ¦ ¦ ' ARE abw receiving their usual supply of SPRflfG AkD BVitifER.Gpem whiciTteylffet^ ^tothelr (Mttmrefs,' and tic pubhegcnerally^ on ile most tea' tonable (erins, for Cash, Butter, £ggs, Grain, Beeswaf, or 6n approved credit, Montrose, May 1, 1800/ -. '. ^HdADCEofHS, Kenreytucres, Kentucky Jeans, Xf Summer Stuns, and a general stock of Staple Dry Goods, just received and for sale right by t k R . BENTt^r4BRAD: jlJMMER De Lanes, Lawns, Challies, Gingaanw, i Merrimac and Cocheco Printai Ac 4c for sale byR [ f.'-" . BENTLEY 4 READ. "OONNeTS, Ribbons, Parasols, Summes Shawls, X> Black Sflks, Dresa Trimmings &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

"W^:MteYA A NEW..and ajn|ularlT fiacta^sful rexoedyjo* the cure of all Bilhous diseases-^Costivcness , Indlr ; gestkm.Jauodice, Dropsy, Bbeumatlsm," Fevers, Bu' , mors, Gout, Neryousn,«a, IrritabUi^rfiiiiflajnmations, • Headache, Pains in tlid Breast,' Side, Eack_and Limbs, Fiftntfe Complaints' 4c 4c^Indeed,^^very few arc, the diseases in which a Purgative Medicine if, not " more ot less required,' and jnueh aicknesj sad suffer-:. Ingialgh't be prevented,' if a iMnifess but-cflectual cathartic were more freely .useuV; No person puxfcei well fhile a costive habit of booy prevaJst; besaes,' it«oon generates serious "and often fatal- diseases , which, might have. been avoided, by the timely and judicious uae of a good purgatiyf. This.is jdikp trufl of Colds, Feverish symptoms,' and Billions derangementa. They ah l^.tobccqiieor pnidncethedeep seated and formidably distepiper* which load the . hearses all over the land,, Jlence a reliable family phyatcls oftbe first imporov«^ to the pu...

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