ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Independent Republican Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 10,166 items from Independent Republican, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
10,166 results
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

^ ; ""*• " ••The kHOW^OMEIEmos iT CIiBVELi55 Cleveland, lhursdfty, June 14, IS55. : The cxcitemenMcohsjequent upon tlie V vocation ofBiffJJhbwSoraeUitng or IU,,* can Coaventibn is on the increase.'5 Thj ^ * of secrecy appears to be discarded $ learn front gooTauthority that thev' in'.' to abolish all paths and obligations. * •'¦'"""'* ¦ Last, evening the Convention cbnsidrK fthe platform as reported, by the Cora%' until 7 o*clock. So: ftrl-^.adbpted^t *<£ strong AntUSfavoiiy'prifreiples^l*h^r^if orr^- will distinctly ennnciate tha^ther,e is'a No~y pledging the party to> uhton^with the'lu: Nebraska, payty.' .' y . y\ '¦¦'¦/. ' The adoption ofthe Bro-Slavery/pl4sfor!, at Philadelphia wiis made known "thUniorn ing to-the Coiiventioii assembled- by tb fT lowing dmpateh': '/ ' ¦ ." The^North'is beaten—thirteen States have,-,, drawyfn ih's'gust. Say to our friends at Clen-CT w&lire. with you heart andsbui. " • .:.-.¦ ~; The annoui'icemehtwis '.received with s...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

| S i|iE||i5; CH.utijBs i\ nfiAD asd ii.tt^ rnAZiEni Koixoits ¦k:r-7'P^^MCrfiiT^ifpA;:;, % ^H Tliitrsday -tlbrnlng, June 91, 1§B5 "'.; .;'¦';-' . i|| j_ **_. £-„. .„„',{i . ^it „ -\'* _ *- j • T.'

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

'.'H'THEBEStlLT. 'v ' .'I- " The Kim<\ Nothing!.Natiohal Convention has rcsultcihas wc anticipated and hoped^—The Northern delegates'have refused to succumb to Ih j jinpcriou^ demands, of tnc South, and the Kuow Nothing party is rent in twain. The South goes for Slavery, and the North for Freedoirt.. No other result could reasonably have been! anticipated. The spirit of concession and meek submission to the wicked schemes' of the Slave power, rio longer, ex-, ists antong thej' Norihen peoplel Tlie Ne'- hraska-Kanjsas bill, f*4}o.ving, wit&all iu aggravating and insulting concomitants, tlie Fugitive Slave law and the other compromise measures of 1850 that were to givo peace to the country and prevent any, furlhei agitation of the Slav ?ry" question, together; with the more recent aggrcssiy'c acts of the Slave Power, liasi'arcfused: in the hearts of Northern freemen a 'ccling that politicians and wouldbe leaders bust not contend wiih4t-a feeling fliat w;5U find ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

NEWS AHD NOTIONS —Late advices ^rofn Mexico announce the capture of Monterey by the revolutionists. —rvThe Germans in Brooklyn, N. Y., arc forming a military organization for the pur-C)se of armed resistance to the prbhiBitory iquor Law, which takes effpet on the Fourth of July next. | —Go\v Reedcr passed through New York city, on the 14th iinst., on his way to Kansas, where he expected to arrive about the 25th of this month: ^ Consistency,' in the National Era, recommends tKc abolitionists, if they desire the overthrow of Slavery, toi-efuse, to consume, the products of Slave labor., . . —John L. Stephens announces'himself as anti^now-Nothing, Candidate for Judge of Coweta Circuit. Georgia, with the, promise. that, if elected, he will' decide any law prohibiting the sal'e-ofi liquors •unconstitutional.. —An open ' American' State Convention was held at Ilarrisbui-g lately. It nominated Kimber Cleaver, fan old Nativist, for. canal Commissioner, jand adopted a scries of* resolut...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

" The Know-Bothing Rupture- .ueiegates trom twelve of the. Nortliern rfree States, comprehending all New England •and .the whole of theWJest, have seceded from tlie National Council of the Order of Know-Nothings, in consequen'ce ofthe platform ad-•opted in defiance of northern sentiment. They ¦liave held a meeting, ^t the, Girard House, -and adopj-ed a creed of principles, which they' 3mve signed and publfehed. Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York do not appear, . among the seoeders, but it-is well understood that portions of the delegation from Pennsyl-, vania. and New Jersey will secede ^also; New York wHl xouiain,- as her delegation 4s?es not-belio-e iu iiorthera rights. So al-«J. sotue scattering delegates from New England and the West; but. the hulk ofthe north has cut loose from the (Council, leaving the, South to enjoy its ultrai&ms alone. Yesterday,/tbe Convention- removed the pledge of seciecy from jits doings, and proceeded tp complete the |platform: The sub...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

•-¦'¦¦ ¦.-- ..-j-Tt^^^^^^^^^^^^^T^ The Tr ib^e'i Beporter at the Know Kbth> j ing Convention J • The New Fbrle \Trikune appears to have lind^a very ^fliclent Reporter ^ at, the pi jlaT delphia I^w^otMn^v'Cor^renti^,' and we shouil hajrej^f^a^lad'toffTpd room in' our col Oh ins f|>r ajfjus letteri, Ijiit a^: t,li|it.is irW possil ilc,-we publish only tJie following, which is too good to;'«mitted: I '¦ ' • ' ' i r 'I t; ¦ •' !• ¦ ,; , j j Philakei-phia, June 14. l"hb gldrioiis^'action of Relegates, from the Free.States has; been transmitted;you by tdcgraph.- fTh'a' jik God! There is a North at last.. The South is aghast; / It docs not know what-to l^iaketof it.1 Thtf North never acted so b:fore> They beg, |iiey implore, tliey plead; i»tjt thb I North is; inexorable. I; is not a cliiia tpiqe toyed biick by sftcetwoids. It asljed simply, the; resttjrafion of what the Soulty had stolen; it wasiiusulfingly den'ed, aud as if ibatjwere not chough it was fold the...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

ineThe Tribuneion! the Boltett. new iork Tribune talks in this wise ofthe^ortheruKno^Nothing^: ' While we desire to rpnder lull justice to all those delegates to the Philadelphia Convention who stood up in defence of Northern rights, preferring tf)abandon their associal^ '.rather lhau their principles, ills only ftttinw] tiiat special honor should be paid y> Hen-tit Wilson of Massachusetts; and we make this statement with the, more! satisfaction because on one or .two" previous: occasions we have' not been able altogether to approve his course. , The anrceedents of Mrj Wilson- naturally .made him the, particular! object of hostility . w,the Slave drivers in the Convention; indeed that miserable creature, Vespasian Ellis ''• Washington, had proposed beforehand that ;ir. Wilson (he was warmly sustained by «a dfeiegales from New-York) should l>e:rc-; ^ed a seat, and one ofthe earliest displays. «erihe body was organised was a grossly f*i>onal attack upon him ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

"' . TOBEIQHHBW8. i rTlie!steamship Atlantic; arrived 4' New-York June 15th, from Liverpool, bringing European newH.oue week later. The expedition to Kertch, which bad sailed a second time, hp been completely successful. "When the allied fleet approached and bombarded rtertchf the Kussians blew uji their forts and destroyed four war steamers, thirty , transports, "and half a million sacks of breadstuffs. lr| three, days the aTljos captured one hundred afid six? vessels and fifty pieces of cannon. The.fleet took possession of both sides ofthe Sfraits irif Kertch, and have now full command of the Sea pf.Ar-.ofr, in which there remains but one small Russian vessel .to con tend yiih a fleet t<l fourteen steamers bf the Allies; iKerteh was of immense importance to, the Russians as a point^yvhence they \ drew their supplies.; On the nights ofthe 22d and 23$ of May, tjic rrench.iiii a series of sanguinary conflicts, took and retained the Place d'Armce befbrc.§ebastopbl. i -'...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

¦ | '"If.-H .NOTICES. ¦-:.' ' V j l^fiRTK Qr JHl¥> \ j A-ineetij/f: Ojf the citizens of Montjtwe was held at tlii^ Court Iloufe Wednesday evening last for the pu:r ; poic of making: arrangement* for a * . | ©ItSH^^Ti]®^, ; ! the ensuing fourth day of July. T,he meeting) was called to order by E. Patrick Jail chosen President, and G. Z. Dimocb, and E. B. j Chase. Vice Presidents. Wm. rir^Crosanan and , James Chapman were chosen Secretaries. . •! I Oh'motldn-tlie lolloiring' committees were appointed SO procure speakers: G. Z. Dimock, E. Patrick ! Jr.,|H. It!Krazjer, E. B. Chase and FrankBn .Fraser. I Committee o% Arrangement*, A. L. Webster, W. ! Ki fiatctii Daiiitl JBrew'ster, C. M. Gere, C..W. Mott, ! F. B. Hollisterjrj. A. Woodruff, Win. L. Post, D. R. i Lathrop,% H, Mulford, L. Searle, Charles\ Wittcni beii- ji-'l •'. J ¦ .- ¦ - , UjtC\nmitileeor& Finance.—\\~m. A. Crossman, F. {Fraaer. aijd Josieph Cockayne. i ",?-. Oft motion the meeting adjourned. | &t...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

A PBNTTK SAVED WORTH TWO ' . EARNED* ! - - J WITTENBERG & BRO., Montrose, Pa., take • thi* mcdiod of adrtilng their old friends and ciwtoincrs and the publicat large^tlint they have just f rccdivad and oucned.the largest, pretttwtawt clicap- est siock of BEADY MADE Ol,OtHlNG ever bro't to this placo, which they offer.ajt a wnall advance from j cost, thereby ottering purchaSci-s llic rare opportuni- < ty of obtaining goods at about two thirds' the usual j price. ' ' ¦' ' •'..- -.:•" . -, ' ¦ .,'"'•] Also a large assortment of Brv Gooit*, eoiiiprjriiijr for Ijidies Wear, new styles Brocade, Stripis Tlaid, Plain nud changeable Silks, Delaines., Muslin; De Buge Beragcdchines of new and elegant designs. Alfthe latest st; les of Ladies Dress Goods, French Lawns, Prints and .Gingham?. A handsome assortment of Dress Trimming!), Embroided SleeVes,lConars. Cn% etc. Jaeo'ntt and Swiss Edgings and InserUngs.Glovcs Mies,.Hosiery, Tt-Hs Kind Parasols. '.'¦ •-.' Their assortment o...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

The Know HothingConveRtirm—TheHortlt \ Discovered- "Sfatuers in tlie Know Nothing fJouncil havej taken a singular turn. For tho first time inj^ theiiistory.of political parties the.free sentijEecvfrof the Korth has been fairly and truly represented in i National Convention. The Knoiy Nothings i^re entitled to the credit of ha.viug Iven the first to meet the.aggressive Pro-SiuT-ery spirit wititlbold a'n'd manly courage, atrd to refuse, obedience. to its. behests, llieir example,; wo trust, vjll not lack imitat ors in' t3ic othe^ political parties. Their noble adherence'^'principle, we-are sure, will be lield in everlasting remembrance. /' (}p to the prleseut time a National Convention has beeu equivalent to a National stirrender. No matter what party was repre i sented in it, ribr what principles were to be j advanced by'ltj:—the Slave Power always J exacted, as "a condition preliniinary to its cooperation, free course and an open field for J its own. extension. ,Thc South wo...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

The ^epuhlican "Party in New Tort | . \ : The lipchester Democrat hoists tliCj!Kepublican;ibig, aijd furnishes.the following, list of Free $,oil p.ipers in that State; tliat liave followed 'ijts example,. viz: 'Auburn Daily Advertiser, (Grt^ v. Seward's home Orgijm,) Pyr3icuse:|Chroiiicle, Seneca County Courier, (V'ates County Whig, Ontario Times, (Gov, C!arfc:s hrimc organ,) Orleans American, and Nledina Whig.. iThe Democrat regards 'it as f;brtain lh:ft a Republican State Convention will be he|d to ijbminatc a-State ticket next Jvall. ; -j. )¦ ¦ ..•'¦¦' I i^**'^ Washington Union in:an. edkorial article;on tluj.position ofthe Democratic iarty on the Slavery question, uses the folfnyfng " laliguagii: "No party embracing inembers at the North aud South can be ^'na-SoiiaJ<orliirmoiiB)iisin its organiziition whijeh ses not exclude the rfucstion of Slavery from s creed'."'{' .'_-:.'''"'' .''' ' . | j I New Americax Emiu-hm.—It is wild that I at the'reeeia'ratification meeti...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

. -. WAwmniL'f- '•¦;'; I TEKgcod dairy farmers W; takd charge irfW ferrt on tharea ten good ditlry fiirms, With.-'t^rity c»F8 on each for the riixt <dason, Pertod* well Qualified will apply to the attlttcriber.-'f.Qni) of the farms will be vacaut this fall, i! I ' I '¦ -.'•' CALEB.CARMAI.T. Frlendy-aie, June 2(jth, 1858.. |. ]; ^tri ' , ,^"VV'-.Tiiibo REMrjkiirtD;'^'-'n':'' QTUAYED or stolen a liver-Chfertla Pointer jDog.' O The above reward will be plaid id anv one returning hini to tho store of.- Al LATHROP &-Col Montrose, June J2th, 1855. | j 25-w3 1 |i; Haying T^ilC j 'T| :} A good assortment, gcyUics, Snatlja, ltakc^ Forko, : x3L —:and 2 kinds of Horw Rakes—and! superior RcTolring R«kc», at t\ JB. CflASOLBR'aj Jnrie'aoth, 18W. \ - \ " ' -! ¦ ¦; '"' - \ i "iPaintonnd jOift. • ':!''! ! ZISK Paint, Blakes fire ProofPai»t , Unseed, and; Lamp Oil, Fluid and PhoWciio *j5ld Ion* by; j j Pi! B. GHAX0LER.; June 20th, 1855. - [ j " ? ;';-'[¦ : Flour. V j' "'' '- BYithe...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

• ..!¦ . Oi^AftracUon S,': ;'' .j ¦'¦ '=' ¦ '-'-.-: ; . 'at. I -. -,. ¦ * ¦' -j .L -f i"OUAH STOAH." ; \"; THE subscrfbcr'wouldagaiji announce to hi* cus-! 1 tomers and the public geinemlry that'he-faaa'te-. ceived »large t^ertment of BOOTS AND SH,GBS,S which, he iuteinwaelling for Reafa Pay twchtjr.get*" centi cheaper than can be bought In this iharkei (the! Genuine Boot «nd Shoe Starts down Town ot tjie' Rare Chanceibr*«r_amg, trp'<inr*,-hbt excepMotJtii "Ooih SWah'' «*> he found thii first door Eastbf thii Odd'reUowsVHall, Tnrn?Ikc street, first floor. | ;AI-i though not quk* «o; commodious as some4^toahs; ,,: •yet it answers our purpose very well for the present.^ Neither can we promise our-ctistomers; that ourj, "establi.4braent" will; not be "surrtMscd'' by any in] the couniry Booh, but we will promise onr Cnstomcri that we will sell Boot* and Shoes to suit in quality ahd prlcol Our; stock embraces a general variety ofincw. and elegant styles of Ladies! aMt Gjs...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

¦ [: ChmMm*>+t Time. . ,'!-..,; DELAWARE, LACKAWAKKA^Di WESTERN '.;•. KAii»i»ii>.f .•- ¦, .-•[¦.• /^Na»aialta»'.M«0df^,--J^.1*iV-i8»,'ibte!,Xaa~ \J Passenger Train will depart ftow ScanUth at 10190 a.-«•'.!•„ Doe at Great Bend *t 1:20r.% jConnecting with the Dwnkirk Express West on th.c $. Y. t El R. B,i Passengers-taking this! train will airive iaJ>unkirk«t 41J16 rv>H.a»d m SeW York: at 11:15 z.m: ' - '»> •-.-., T"' '-, -\ '¦ '¦ '¦' Returning, .will leave Great Bend at 4, r|ii.,|due atScranton at C:4S r. ss. .,! .! Ij ¦ f The Freight Accommodalton Train] wiin passenger car attached, trill leave Scranton at 1 *. jj. ; i',' due at Great Bend at 6 r, '»,'. connecting witji the Mail Train West; and. the Night Express *Trail»: East. Passengers taking tlii* tiam and the JNight Express West, wilt-arrive In Dunkirk at Iii m\, or b| taking will rrive at JwnRiru at in ! Mall Traili West, a e:;p.m. Returning, will lenxQ Great Bend lit 7 £ 4 ou arrival br...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

• '" '' '..^'-'\fe58~&'' '^' -"-'-''' --•: 'HO¥T:*V;BE*;A'ifS.-; Rail Riad.Frelght ;Line between\MontrOsc ami"r New York. The subscriber* willcontlnue their' connection of the pa*jt-'y«ar for selling Susquehanna Co. Produce on^^ cornwussion. : !; :- .-•«:¦; - Mathew J- IfABWScios,' will receive and forward frci"ht for thia company at the Montrose Depot EVE--RY TUESDAY. ';...: . -;¦,.;: ,' ¦>-.'--.- ; - Tlianktol for past patronage, and beluit satisfieo , that their arrtmgcmeatff for disposing of produce of every kind wfll:«nablfrthe» to give general satiafic- -. tiou, the subscriherf trust that New Ydrk prices,, prompt returns, and their usual strict attention to the business,!will inanre to them* a continuances "vtlmon heretofore soTiberafly bestowed npon theni.! The returns! will bo promptlypaW la ciirrctit moneys by Mr; Harriujgton, who will abainake KKgraladvan---j tea oh consignment when!dcsiredi;-'-.',•;. '-'''¦ *,-' ., I • Our.marking cards- have been:.!eft w...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

s ....'- \ . ' ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ' ¦/-- ' ' --JijeM% «W.& iheli^iJc. From the Plough, the Loom, and the Anvjil. !'" THE IMPBOVEMElfT OF HOSEYJ [Oar Polish friend, alluded to upon aki»ther. page of this number, has given us the follow-; ing results of his own experience in this branch of industry • and it being written in French, as was the other, we'have thus translated it into English.—Eds. P. L. & A.]/I ; J ; Ma. Editors :—Tlie State ot -New-Wk produces honey which I have carefully examined. It is a fluid, of light weight, and the ye&x is. yellow. To improVe'the quality of it, I make the following suggestions: • The honey oi wild bees inhabiting ihe forest is dark colored, and it* wax is jycllow. The honey of bees feeding in orchards is clearer, and Ihe wax is more yellow,1 but sometimes these cells are vtry white, and'the honey which they contain is very white. In iny country,- Poland j I attended extensively to the productioti of honey *, and I perceived that ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

To tbc Fe*»le of 8«an»ehw»tt* Coantf* .; BKWO one of the griatest! sufferers by the recent destructive fire It* Montrose,'; having tor t my store-house and nearly au off my goods, 1 have not however givpn over to despair, b>t «»*o taken » store room in the lower part of the town, first dooi north of Keeler's HouiLiiito fchichil have placed tht unall atock savedfroni the fi#v and; will in the course of a very short thno fill op the store with an entire new stock of goods. ;Io ray present new locatiou, I will be happy to see aiid wilt on ;my old customers and the public generally who will laVor me with, a call I have resolved to *^w.^«V «A< •Aip-"—lam determmedto;keepaDBUflOTORE,and to keep a good assortment of Prigs, Methanes, Patutt, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Groeerus,\Glass-^are, Jewelry.Per fumtry, Yankee JVb^*, iand all sorts of Fancy Goods, 4c Ac., such as I kW before the fire, which devoured the earnings of alife liiws ta an hour. ; Montrose, Nov. 2$ ,1854i -ApEL TCRREL...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

'"' 'iMG^w'HAi^Ria^";^ \- BOjaEOPATlIIST, f\ RADUATBaMjBeljnber ofthe University of New \JT York, win bej ut^Jontrosc on the fith, tth and 8th of each month, ai^dJnay be constiltcd at Hatch's Hotel, lor three daySj ur^nSall diseases incidental ta~ thu human sVstem, f\ik CONSUMPTION, Bronchitis Inaamation of OiejjLnnga, Tlroat, Liver, Pleura, Kidneys and jgplecn, j Dyspepsia, (Iitdigettion,) Liver, Complaint, R)iKc«ATtsii, Scrofula, Eruptions, Spinal Complaints, Diseases of the eye and ean Nervous Weakness, ^,&e,'f Particular attehtlon^giveri to the diseases 9f Females;and Children. TheNarioin offectiousof Jho XJlcras radically cured. --¦¦- N/ ' Dr. Harrisils well -acquainted with both .Homoopa thy and Allopathy j having been in constant study and practice for the hurt twelve years, and having first int into troooccQ nomcoriatnyij Bmgnamton, H. X-, in 1847. His plan ojf treatment is mild, safe and efficacious, and different from tliat of any other physician, and cures nea...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

; ir !jii'' i . • ¦ ; ' ' ¦¦ iYE^SiEIL^S, 13 A ifEW and sihgularly successful remedy for the il cure of all BiMious disease!)—Coativcneas, Indigestion^ Jaundice, Dropsy,'Rheumatism, Fevers, Humorsi Gout, NerVoUsncsg, Irritability, Inflammations, Headache, Pains latheBreast, S|de,Back! and Limbs, Female Complalntij, Ac. Ac. Indeed, very few are the diseases in wbjich^a Purgative Medtcine is* not more or les»trequired/ and mucli sickness and suffering niight be prevented, if a harmless but effectual cathartic wore moj-e freely usedi No person can feel well while a cbstivkj habit of bpdy prevails; besides, it soon gencratciljfcrious and often fatal diseases, which might have bejeu avoided bv the: timely and judicious use of a igood purgatiye. "TIrirf is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptqms, and Billibus derangements. They'all lend to bbcome or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which toad .the hearses all over ihcjland.r Hence a reliable family physic is pfthe first ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
x
Loading...
x
x