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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 18 February 1854

ANI> PROPIRETOR. SE&TJW, GUADALUPE COUNTY, FEBRUARY 18, 1854. * v . . * VOLUME I.—NUMBER XXIL "hear character íhrti the eel* Punch. Por the into the reading of these pa-1 it reminiscences insert Mrs. Cau- '■ÍK?. censare, <3® ■ W< what it rproper, now-r- else to do it now, it Pd better take ► about now? It's very I'm sure I'd better be now, Mr. I shall speak er* looking like not to say a wefrd . to come front example to your ► nice way to make on can insult my dinner; look lilye a dem§a|I may say, at a wholesome piece of cold mutton— the thqpsands of far better creatures than yoft are wfió^d been thankful for that mutton!— and I!mn$v$i£to sffeak! But you're mistaken; I will! Your usage Of me, Mr. Caudle, is infa- mous—unworthy of atiban. I only wish people knew you for what you are; but they «hall, some day- ; •^Puddings! Aud now I suppose I shall hear of nothing.pufc apddingfjt Yes, and I know hatn would-end in. First, you'd have a pud- ding every thv—4>h, Í know you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 18 February 1854

* %• * ¡, most #bibty to lives lóst. «bout Í1 .o'clock, tbé Howe, from Montgom- oo board ft caigo oPiOSO at 1$6 pasengers, whilst t4« lake terminus of the and lake'Pootchartraiu , "her cargo, was B the horning ; the wharf, two or tlift* were destroyed; also four the warehouse filled with baWs of cotton which had 5- steamer fielen, from I Allen, the pilot of the Georgia, the fire broke out, and • save himself by leaping from deck to the wharf. ws0 ■' the wood pel, en the we are assured bj Dr. wilhin le than five minutes m tones. Host Of the , ifr fbeirbfrtka, and-the maj.fce imagined but cannot ren were thrown 0& to the.wharf, like so , While others in their/right, 'and found a watery'grave. that no less thari Drt Young, a gentle* ling, inform as that unfortunate sufferers- THE ^EXAN MERCURY. w. , ■M^putyat, v . Mr. Jock son and one cornier, Alabanm, were*lost; surviving bbUdren are now in circe mstknees. We under- Von his pesson clicks amount, which were Mrs. JoHey ind one child...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 18 February 1854

.V Bu A 18f f JAwoo'smín. Itb -\v \-£ % Pfc'Y.f :New toft jOTSpHjree, _ , . Lexington, Kv.; , New Orleans; John Henijy Brown, ín- t GL Bays, San Francisco, vaca rmmm We invite the attention ¿f the poblkyth our new i teuaive frrnshin* establishment. atUr^a * Nfii on hajid, medium, bouses id southern *i 'he fwr--rv,r, ir on order . x -£—,0- j *¥?%• f J, court of Gua- l' January teftn establishment, at laBf&za. full supples of . PurcH^ng from theSame tit and western cities, from which the receive tijeir «applies, paykg no " ourselves stlictly we are Bftblti Ji^li nil árticas in . ...... hashftu ÜS?*opp- _ inspecting and sefo^tii* for h' r«eh, tusi can (Maia what he want? in ""good-J^f " tfeaed.*' ind ready for ti BjyK rtation tu wlthotft the delay a^d jjaitagte often conse-i ing abroad. Our staHc crffisiste. in part, of the fol2« >!• ?. in rose- wood, mahogany, walnut, and plain wo«v JJedstead*: side-bo*, ds; bureaus; secretaries; writing-<l<i&B; ward- rol -j.; sofas; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 18 February 1854

14 -i , • - -'1-i K "**" "? ,,'" Vt¿, •- > i 1 willing, and pos- J!ust Received: 50 brls Blake's. Patent Fireproof Pai «1; 5 brls coal tor and 1 brl cotton, tin aud shingle Troufe.. All for safe low, DR. Mi.BKOADOÜS. Ir^é * ■ - . soon, to see dollars, rnt rendered against upon a forfei ¡ÍM oit a few . • - HI Í' * A. ~?n C, V"'-c ¡ ai- fei S R:jv:: i ÍÍ:' ' -J "-#1 rk; with bis It iwie lands, /are ¿be most fert- hands of pru- ■ists, nose remunerating, and improvement. Without inent can bé accQmp- „ We find tbese lands con- element in tbe i^eatest ia many places, this constituent pTPussively as to aetunjfavor- damp, weather ; eonvinc- of by every prairie- ^ > has taught ¡ the aim of the it quantity of ; id always A d when jMd. Wned, in and, when its principles -aponed, «md prairie lands will be SK THE STATE OF TEXAS, GUADALUPE COUNTY. DISTRICT COURT; SPRIKG llfcRM, A. D. 1854 The State ct Texas to the sheriff of said county, greeting: at tí fall term of said court, A. D. 185*/, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 25 February 1854

jfi x"¡$ * f ftfWS# f♦'** '"' ' ' liiw *:r '-*-, TEXAN 'MERCURY. 4 t BURKE* EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, FERRUABY 25, 1854. VOLUME I.—NUMBER XXIII. ! NATIONAL IKTKLLIGENCK*.] 2 , 1863.—We believe feeling in England respecting i, and that is pleasure at of tin country which it so u The vaat increase of Vtk by immigration and by Mrth. y advantage in a material sense; and inence. His absence is felt at the Horse Guards now. n % A be nothing but a good, so institutions of the country afford a to hold the various social elements and we see no evidence .of this ceasing case, but decidedly the contrary. Thé ma quality of society which is taken to be tte.msu cause of the supposed ground of strength and races to which their is no polit- to repress.' Under all the wide i and conditions an^ modes ive territory offers, found to accept of and improve people, -both native and and some summer; _ qthexs the five most comforta- the prame, others on themountain. Manu- and agricult...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 25 February 1854

\£f mm T rr-i ■ •MKÜ M íte; * fimcnoxsr fob the Year 18o4.- This yeat wiB be faojoorfof a thousand \\oiderful things. From JaunAfy t I>£eember, the days will con- sist of tweaty-fonh hattffr each, and there will be such a number of eclip&s, flrnt many w.se le will be in tildarte. The*e wul be fog* rt^ntinople, and a lack ot rhead. ^ this year, will not extend the north pole will be fees of latitude. Those ' #ifl took sad, and those who are they borrow, will want it come ta pay. _ err afoud, bat few will regard wiU be long speeches in Congress, bat for all that; Lake SaperioinriR not be upset. Quadrupeds, this year, will go upon four legs, wetty geaerallv; and cows' horns will be crooked. The fate of tottery tickets will be dubi- oas; bat whether there be a general European war, ot not, mortal wounds will be apt to kill, and'he that is sick with old age, will hare a diaw"*> harder to cure than the mumps or chin- coogh. Toe celestial aspects indicate that political i parties...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 25 February 1854

early Insertion in The the «(Bee three days to, Wednesday morning. Bapttot persuasion, preaches, (God Sakhath in each montii. Conn will preach at this place, in the Temperance, on the second and fourth ino. & lícGee pcpaches in the* Methodis .JBs L hales I and third Sabbath in eacli 10t,a.m. i w BALDRIIKíE D p sparks B&ldridge, Sparks & Co. LOWER WHARF, IN MA NO LA, Will make liberal cash advances on produce for our friends in New Orleans and the nortb. d24y J. H. BALItfilGE. . Indianola. Dec. 7, 1853. t .¿¿mat • JOHN u. CLAHV Chambers, Etter & Co., ~ INDIANOLA, TS. Wholesale and retail dealers in dry gsods, bats, boot®, and shoes, hardware, cutlery, crockery and western pro- duce. Liberal advances made on consignments of cotton to oar friends in New York, Philadelphia and New Or- leans. sl7t MARKET, FEBRUARY Good middling... 3. ¡oa A 1KELAXI). h. a. pkkky.uan I Good middling... 9*©10 Middling &ir....lo;<4l<tf ftúr lt i@ 1.-1— . « l.i-«9J IRELAND & FERR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 25 February 1854

■4] % T " 1 'i r • ■ ' ;■ '* iá v. • *- fc*—One ) Joe Miller to be the tot-book of ' oar newspaper makers. Every r, If job read ranch, you will meet repeated and as altered, and newly located joke of by the way who never ¡ is his Kfe; and who for that reasons jokes) was pitched : a volume or two as ancient as our i when he lived at the corner of St'. looked as if he had been an ve-digger for nobody knows how and Wag notorious for never having tttsred or understood a thing to be laughed at, In aH bis life. Every body haaJieard of of the síapnm slingvm story about a country squire ;of poor Goldsmith's taiscuriSge about green peas; and peradventure of that—the best of all, where a man with the Save view, wishing to serve ,up an old joke for a mW one, pot Kb foot in it, as we say here, by mistaking nevertheless for notwithstanding—that Was all. Ibey wh« have watched this old story varieties, are ready to # extracted from a late news- paper, aad they «who have not, may abide a mo- them w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 4 March 1854

V > I. ,* V - v i- - ' • -* V k , ,1 .-«ií p" ^Cr jf -■ ■ feaBBR*SkHfeMas!K= fj. -. r -•■ * ■ >>>■ • • * •« . W j * Fv :urt* 3, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SÉGrlM, •GUADALUPE COUITY, MARCH 4, 1854. TOLUME I:— NUMBER^XXIV. '-f . ' i hr LA FAYETTE: ma VISIT TO THE UNITED STATES, IN 1824. la the summer of this year General La Fay- ette, accompanied by his son, Mr. George Fayette, and under an invita- resident, revisited the United a lapse Of forty years. He was I with urbounded honor, affection and | by the American people. % the aurvrrors of the Revolution, It was the rétdrn r; to the new generation, born since the apparition Of a historical from the cradle; and cotübin- Ut love, admkatíoñ, gratitude, could act upon the heart and He doabled in 0 % [i u I 1)1- i not through * dty, bat ara a eottfeent—followed, not by i ahains of iron, bat by a nation in the ^^JR§ÍÉjp ' ed art empowering reception. ^His «tímate of himself had not aHowedJbim to sup- pose that he was to electtífy a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 4 March 1854

J&k ' w'-- - < ■' *-•:> i ax, Feb. 11—. by the A the reports troops [eh was of the Liverpool BO new feature, but quo- [7 steady. werte still prosecuting their defeat was considered and France 'to the M said to bare been firm and of their resolution to which they have already hattk at Kalafat, on the 25 th or 26th " in Which the Turks arc reported " Russians had 50,000 men engaged. ' that there has been a collision No particulars are yet given. " in Servia. Sebastopol on mentions the Turkish f,* congratulates Par- effected with France in "and recommends an increase in consequence of the reply was contemplated, em- inquiry respecting the objects combined fleets are in the Black at London and to take their depart- that orden had been Petersburg withdrawing the Eng- 8 " 000 troops and England ; and England is to pay half Feb. 10.—The supreme court, the legality of the McDon- of coarse, gives to New from property to $7-00<yoOO, appli- edncating indigent chil- aprqjeot is in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 4 March 1854

• v t "inquired tjim do at TUBÁ Leghorn?" knight to by ptt>pér rertoratives. {•tended for early insertion in The , ww. fee received at the tflee tftree days Mi rf publication; that is, Wednesday morning. of the Baptist (God J. W. Dunn willjreaeh at this place, in the fourth 8-MoGee preaches in the Methodist and third Sabbath in each 10*, a. m. for sale at The Mercury office. CANDIDATES. hi to annouwe the name of Frank, of San Antonio, as a candidate for Díb- of the Fourth Judicial District, at the én- (first Monday in August) m4 te We are authorised, and requested, to announce the t mt George C. Saunders, as a candidate for District "the fourth frficial oetfcefc* <f the county of Guadalupe i estate of Z.M. to the undersigned, s having claims against said .. i the time prescribed by law; I those" indebted to the same are requested to come forward and settle, immediately. J. M. ANDERSON, Administrator. i 1,1854. 4 6t >3*50 West, NOTICE. dministrator of the estate of A. J. ing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 4 March 1854

s ft ¿V . * tSj ■*- My ;V- ¿St** ESS , ?' .'*V~ *-*1^1 F|g<4f 7J. -j'' Ji ' M 3® Krjufiifc.-—Many f of anewspaper, and the ifidastry and of its editor, by* tie1 editorial matter it It is comparatively an easy task for writerto poor oat daily columns of poo aay and alt subjects. His ¡none wishy-washy everlasting of language may enable together like bunches of may be a meagre and is the toil of such a tais leaded matter largely, to judicious, well informed editor, £is vocation with an honrly cOn- t of h£a responsibilities, and duties, and to tha conducting of his paper that« sensible ¡upon a suit, or humane physician without regard to show or ¿splay. i mere wilting part of editing a news- ; ft small portion of the work. The is far more of a good editor is bet- than any thiñg else, r, is half the battle. But, i, at editor ought to be estimated, and appreciated, in of his paper, its tone, its consistent course, its prin- its manliness, its dignity and To preserve these at they should...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 11 March 1854

; Ó-:*- V':V ' 5 ■ «I"'*1,r" t \T- w-S" • ' >' '' • r; • -7A'.? ndi f* IWT.v.. ' vVCk íMw ■ '■ ' ' • U':'VV%L ■ ■ i* ;.';,írF .'<*3^ " . > í fcfc *W & £«*m I¿ÍÍ3SG ■sirvv SSI "*a cas [ • - .'•• I -• •« fe'V, : ¡ :. .-i :V ;¿:j y*jFti&S~<i ' «. > •'• ri'—-' i : T" ■ i • i ' i - ' • el/.*" : . ■.■•■ ■;.'-,• ■ - ■•■■■ . ; _ . liñ?-- ■ . ' • a^rirrm^mt^ EPSSBMwnd mMmm fR SECTmiN, ^UADAIXPE COUNTY, MAECií 11, IBol. ,.t.._ .. ^ AND PROPJ SW'« SKwacr tlífe bright ángel rér the happiuc. á of of the world -drew . . [eaveníy Father, and £ : i v i, - { *■4 -1 *. v' a means by wUicht,! ow to avoid in part^.^ ^temptations wliidSw®® et^ Vrbtfl S-iiAKrafAGTURES. /TFROM THE'NCÉGE3 .VALLEY.] .'' - V-ij: *,Every town, county, State, kingdom, or • . 1 , ■ • I? i. ¡i . wlii' h a R? Father qioke to hiui the dream!" Fáweet angel flev. >jy( i, tho-Bream. !" and wide tbej; *'hearts of. m fef#2 m<. oft _, - JflPi J I , ^ , I . . émpiré;* mustiare, as a bas&¿tf support,' eith...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 11 March 1854

'/I /Mi a ib - a&w IM68ÍÉ¿ f m -2*. «NHS i d . r-v:<r- WP •¿„ í¡^í#ag^| ' jtiiiiiiiiBai Y- ¡? . ^ t- - ¡i'i' . • ■aiix'^atéMi MEM}, ,íjtyjl¿^ j w 0 F m 51h \ v^B k'S ^ jfffi * vt^-1 n titj , '-* r^w ;^"A- ^ v;^. - V '<vY^..,^^^j4r -AÍ-^V, ' • «^Sraií ;-*h¿ &&?"■* ■ •-■'■■ - ' •' ' :^^mSBBSMlUm k .V<- i* 7 " Vi iwiftrrííTTra f . -' >11 •¿^1 i * •r* >t ir Jft' t; > n&>MW«>taa 5SBMKTO We publish, below, an account of Doctor Ern- est Kapp's water-cure, which, we have no doabt, will be interesting to invalids. We know of one case which he has successfully managed; and have no doubt but that his method of treatment would prove highly beneficial. Water- cuke Establishment. — The natural conditions of the successful treatment of diseases by the water-cure are as follows: 1. A mountainous locality. 2. A salubrious air. 3. Pnre river and spring water. At Sisterdale these conatiions are found com- bined, to a degree scarcely equaled elsewhere in Texas. D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 11 March 1854

5^; Inquire of H. T. Burke A. Dove A Co.. 25f 3m SH ' V< ; rW*H til HB 9B^h|PÍPHH í The finn of Douglass and Evans has this day closed on a final settlement The undersigned will not he re- i.e. DOUGLASS. 25tNo2 50c on U !• department < I on the first Ldf-á m? _ School. - i Guadalupe High School day of March. It will be . Fox,a gentleman who -tfas ^ r^rofeftSon, add has had an experience of b;" ¿-considerable portion of which time" Kef Vas 1 and mathematical academy in the i, tuginia. - He has secured, as an assist- fsome experience, educated at Hámjüden- ^^Virglnla, and who comes most' highly recommended, by Thomas Ritchie, sen- ,of The Washington Union; Reverend sretary Of ."The Southern B X, Kvnn R. 15. G. Howell; íaines Waitcer, V." \' - 1 t^o the other branches, -French Tt¡ül be lent. ■ - • «* * * • I^JL- „ . secretary of the board of tnstees. •U 1 ' mm- r-" '«-7 Vi J .i' — « 1 Fuii& Knqi^ \W->•; • 3H'ANT. TAILORS, >- to kéfep constantly, on hand, a catimeres, sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 11 March 1854

'm- wWmm HIS ■ V TTT77 -.:'rs^Á i i "f ii - g^íSs 111 S2 g& 65 A'.' * rr taxis. ~===^ sl7tf - IVVOOD, > C ÓU*XSELOR A T Ul W, r.Ví * r -V "•' 7-' i 1«VXD aoent, • ,. -j -/r\ . <7 . . • '.A • • . r - nF.niÁl£S« TESAS " -r v • r . álMwing counties. vis:—Goliad, Yíc- Ktt¿ tu Ysifo. Colorado, (Jpazátó, _ lífcwlalupe. Any Viásiiicsp cdtroKtod to liin •feire pronjjjt attention. > slíif AUSTIN CITY. J. Douglass Brown, GENERAL LAND AGENT, AUSTIN. TEXAS. References ami agents:—Levi S. Oiátñekl. New- York city; Vi~. C. Stotcsburv, Philadelphia. Pa.: Major Sprague, Washington CitV. 1>. C.; Jafnes L. Allen. Lexington, Ky.; John A. Mitchell, New (Means; John Henry Brown, lu- dian'ola. ,Ts; John C. Ha vs. San Francisco, California. ' - - -- . Alexander H. Chalmers, Attorney and counselor at law. Austin, Texas. Office, Congress Avenue, first door below State Department. ¿i t ' ' _5 ■_>— . Notice to Shippers. Shippers, per Harris & ilorgaifs liñe of steamships [ fp and lumi¿h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 18 March 1854

?*JÍ % - • i¿- , ¡r*£ ¿T .--. ■ í m • - -• * .< «4s * '♦" * l$gg¡ V ' ; •nfttii 5, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.- SEGUIS, GUADALUPE COUNTY, MAECH 18, 1854. >Jfi ' l VOLUME I.—NUMBER" *%- • - PIONEER, to ftycé is excited music of a endow- to meet a deadly or, at least, ever to take, any underhanded believing essentially .in is fair in war," particularly in .takes an opponent it unawares with an Unseen hand; "Sgv ta walk up ¿is enemies, when he enters the dr- burnished and are the bright steel «id be dyed in his life's r 4* this last kind occurred shortly of SPS*! K. --** . had, on fesávaga i the execution of sev- On one occasion, t to have killed the son and brother ire slain many with the insulted a band of -ehief of high blood the most question she labored to solve. There was but one possible method of so doing, and with it the probabilities of failure were double those ol success. This was to seúd her only son, a boy ol fourteen, to meet his father, and give him warn- ing. If she c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 18 March 1854

*• W TIB fllá* lIlCtlT? ■" ' 1 * T inooTation upon is «aother lamentable progress which guide the destiiyes weeping fogies, and economy, now : it's áo use a-cryin'. March ^ 1854 / has call on mea to of lan an show how j comin if the deade is iatbe ofise , hire It Bath fag moar death bote remain yonrae ever, Ac THE TEXAN MERCURY is PCBUSHEII EVKBT SATURDAY MOUCIXG, AT EWJCIN, BY J. D. BUCHANAN. . ik.> of subecription, per year, in advance $2-50 - - if not in advance 3*00 - if unpaid within the year 4*00 No sulwcriptions will be taken for a less tim£ than one year, mite* by special agreement. All dnee may be remitted by mail, in available note , at the risk of the editor. The postage of all letters must bep*id,to inaure attention. of advertising, one dollar per square, of ten or ten, for the first insertion, and fifty cent for mbsequent one. A reasonable deduction will be io favor of those who advertise by the year. The of insertions must lie stated, or they will 1/e in- serted unt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 18 March 1854

it* A 1 % If V ♦« I •• < I . *<• B )i CANDIDATES. We are reifftested, andffcutbtorized, to announce Mal- colpt 6. Anderson, esquire, of San António, as acandidate - -r - of Diatrict Attorney of the Fourth Judicial ¡ counties of Gúadlupe, Medina, , Gilleróíé. Ofalde, and Bexar. ml8te Wine authorized to annoance G. W. N oondon, esquire, W a candidate for the office of District Attorney of the Fourth Judicial District, at the election in August next ml8te We*af& authorized to announce the name of Frank, esquire, of San Antonio, as a candidate for Dis- trict Attorney of the Fourth Judicial District, at the en- suing election, (first Monday in August) m4 te We me authorized, and requested, to annoance the of George C. Saunders, as a candidate for District Attomeyof the Fourth Judiéial District, at the approach- ing election, on the first Monday in August, next [m4 F«r Sale, or Rent: That property now occupied as a bakery, by E. Tillman. Possession may be had on the first of App...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 18 March 1854

rnmem i When Grog mat be taken* Medicinally.— A láte number of " Punch" gives the following tt the occasions upon which spiritoos liquors maybe taken medicinally after the Maine law gOes into effect: After goose, or duck, or pork, or Irish stew, or ifiy delicacy of the season, into which onióus may hare seasoningably entered. Invariably after salmon. When there is any Washing being done at ; When the punters are in the house. ^ When a person feels faint, and does n't know whnt is the matter with him. When a friend turns up after an* absence of or when you are parting with a friend yon do not expect to see for several V • I When a persón has the toothache. WSen a person has lost at cards, or when a «non has come into a large property. When a person has met with a great misfor- j or made a tremendous bargain. wen a person ^as quarrelled, and when a reconciliation has taken place. When a person is riding outside a stage-coach, or is-on a sea-voyage, or goes out between tbe &ts of a...

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