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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - March 20, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana
Is a rutted Ard published Bymon Bishr Jeffann blk tet buildings up stairs opposite broufning9 waskingt4m Hall terms of subscription. $2 00 per year for single copies if paid in and Vance. 150 if paid within six months. 100 if payment be delayed to the end of they a Quot a where five persons subscribe at one Post office and pay within the first ninety Days after the Date of subscription $1 50 each will be received for the year or 5i numbers. Clubs of Twenty at one Post office at 1 25 i each if paid in Advance clubs of fifty Gubac Ribits will be supplied with 52 lumbers or a year thus counted for $40 in Advance. Terms of advertising. Advertisements at one Dollar per Square of 230 Ems equal to 12 lines fur the first three weeks cents for each additional insertion. Advertisements of a Square three months for five dollars. Please pay your own . Special Obder Oregon Quot the or. Haywood resumed and concluded his remarks in favor of Quot the in mediately after the senator resumed la beat. F or. Calhoun made a very Brief a Spla iia tion in relation to a reference made by or. H. To a portion of his or. A s correspondence with the British minister and then or. Hannegan Rose and said i must apologize to the Senate for of truding myself upon your attention at this advanced period of the Day particularly As i have already occupied your attention on several occasions in the course of this debate. My remarks now however will be very Brief. Before i proceed to make any reply to the speech of the senator from Hiorth Carolinas the most extraordinary speech which i have Ever listened to in the whole course of my life desire through the vice president to put a question to him which i have committed to writing. It is this i ask him if he has the authority of the president directly or. Indirectly for saying to the Senate that it is his the president s wish to terminate the Oregon question by compromising with great Britain on the 49th degree of North latitude ? or. Haywood. Is the vice president to be the catechist ? or. Hannegan. I put the question in the usual Way through the chair. Or. Harwood. I have already said what i also have written for fear of being mistaken. I said distinctly As the senator knows that if the president would authorize any one to answer such a question it would be unwise and impolitic. Or. Allen. I desire to say that i construe the answer of the senator from North Carolina into a negative. Or. Haywood. Then i desire to say that my Friend from Ohio Only proves that he is a very bad hand at construction. Or. Allen. Well then i will adopt the other construction and i put the question and demand an answer to it As a Public right. The senator Here has assumed to speak for the president. His speech goes to the world and i demand As a Public right that he answer the question and if he won t answer it i stand ready to deny that he has expressed the views of the president. Or. Ha3rwood made some remarks in a tone so Low and indistinct that they were not heard in the gallery. Or. Westcott. I Call the senator to order. Or. Haywood. You need t be uneasy sir. No senator has a right to make demands upon me on this floor or anywhere else unless i give him reason. I would do almost anything in a kind Way out of doors which could be done in reason and Honor and i confess that i do a great Many things that i look on As humiliating after they Are done rather than have discord in the democratic party. I do not recognize the right of any one to make demands on me when i have submitted to the Senate what i had to say what i wrote before i said it and what i shall print afterwards. Or. Allen. I do not demand it As any personal right at All. I demand it As a Public right. An avowal has been made that he is the exponent of the views of the president upon a great National question. He has assumed to be that exponent. And i ask him whether he has the authority of the president for the Assumption 1 or. Westcott. I Call the honorable senator from Ohio to order. I object to individual opinions being thrust on this body. Or. Allen and or. Hannegan Rose simultaneously. Or. Hannegan yielded observing that he was not so anxious to speak but he could yield the floor to any body. Or. Allen. I have not asked what the opinions of the senator Are. Or. Haywood. Will the senator allow me to interrupt him for one moment ? i am not at All excited not at All. I do not see any catechism in the rules of order. I deny the right of any senator to put questions to me in this Way. Or. Allen. Then the senator takes Back his speech. Or. Haywood. Not at All but i am Nam vol. I. Indianapolis Friday March 20, 1846.no. 27. Trial. He assumes no he says there is no Assumption about it that there is no meaning in the language Jio truth in Man if the president anywhere commits himself to 54 Deg. 40 min., As his flattering friends assume for him. Now sir there is no truth in Man there is no meaning in language if the president is not committed to 54 degrees 40 minutes in As Strong lan age As that which makes up the Foly Book. From a period antecedent to that in which he became the nominee of the Baltimore convention Down to this moment to All the world he stands comic fitted for 54 degrees 40 minutes. I go Back to his declaration made in 1844, to a committee of citizens of Cincinnati who addressed him in relation to the annexation of Texas and he there uses this rage being then before the country As the democratic candidate for the chair which he now fills. Or. Crittenden. What is the Date ? or. Hannegan. It is dated the 23d of april. Or. H. Here read to extract from or. Polk s letter to the committee of the citizens of Cincinnati expressive of his opinions on the Oregon question identical with those set Forth in the message. Who defines the limits of Oregon 1�? has not the president of the United states himself defined the limits of Oregon a did he not do so in the message so often quoted from ? what does he claim 1 up to the 54 degrees 40 minutes every Inch of it. He has asserted that claim and is As he says sustained by Quot Irre Fragalle facts and but this is not All i hold that the language of the Secretary of state is the language of the president of the United states and has not or. Buchanan in his last communication to or. Pakenham named 54 degrees 40 minutes in so Many words ? he the president adopts this language As his own. He plants himself on 54 degrees 40 minutes. I Well remember that the president was the Choice neither of myself nor i beg his Pardon i should have named the senator first neither of the senator from North Carolina nor of neither of us preferred him. Both of us had another Choice. And i must confess i am most Happy to see that since his election he has grown so much in favor with my Friend from North Carolina As to induce him to come Here with a valor Ous defence against attacks never made never made sir. But this i will say and make it attack if you please if the president has betrayed that Standard which the Baltimore convention put into his hands and whereby he committed himself to the country into the hands of the enemy i will not do As the senator from North Carolina threatens turn my Back upon him. I suppose he cares Little whether both of us do that but i shall hold him Recreant to the principles which he professed Recreant to the Trust which he accepted Recreant to the generous Confidence which a majority of the people reposed in him. I shall not abandon the principles of the democratic party. I shall not Abate one Jot or Tittle of the Prin senator s speech of yesterday and to Day answer whether or not i was justified in entertaining that distrust. The senator in his defence of the president put language into his Mouth which i undertake to say the president will repudiate and i am not the president s Champion. I would not be the Champion of Power. I defend the right and the right Only. But for the president i deny the intentions which the senator from North Carolina attributes to him intentions which if really entertained by him would make him an infamous Many a an infamous Man. He or. Haywood told the Senate yesterday a unless i grossly misunderstood Kim along with several friends around me glad to see that my speech takes. Or. Hannegan. Well he did not let it get into print this morning so As to give a fair Opportunity of replying. All sketches even of his speech have been by his Quot special request Quot withheld in the papers. Or. Haywood was understood to say that As he had taken a very important and responsible position he wished to avoid the possibility of mis construction and therefore desired to report his speech himself. For fear of mistake he had taken that course and he thought he was justified in it by the fact that one of the papers had really been quite unable to make out the Drift of his remarks yesterday and had positively set him Down As making a Long speech in favor of settling the question by arbitration and Compromise. Or. Hannegan. I do not deem it mate rial whether he gives a direct answer to my question or not. It is entirely Imma Caples we gave to the country then i shall sustain them but i shall hold and exercise the privilege of speaking of him in the language of truth and fearlessness. The senator from North Carolina attempted to speak of the Resolution of the Baltimore convention. I ask him if he seriously meant his statement of it As a fair exhibition of its substance ? if so it was unworthy of the senator to or. Haywood. I took the Resolution from or. Breese speech the Only place i believe i Ever saw it. Here it is resolved that our title to the whole of the territory of Oregon is dear and unquestionable that no portion of the same ought to be ceded to England or any other Power and that the re of clip Avion of Oregon and the re annexation of Texas at the earliest practicable period arc great american Mca Surce which this convention recommends to the cordial support of the democracy of the or. Hannegan. There is a great Deal of difference Between that and the statement of it Given by the senator. The democratic party is thus bound to the whole of Oregon every foot of it and let the senator Rise in his place who will Tell me in that Quarter of this Union in what Assembly of democrats in this Union pending the presidential election the names of Texas and Oregon did not Fly together Side by Side on the democratic banners. Everywhere they were twins everywhere they were United. Does the senator from North Carolina suppose that he with his appeals to the democracy can Blind our eyes As he thinks he tickled our ears 1�? to is mistaken. Texas and Oregon cannot be divided they dwell together in the american heart. Even in Texas i have been told the Flag of the Lone Star had inscribed on it the name of Oregon. Then it was All Oregon. Now when you have got Texas it Means just so much of Oregon As you in your kindness and condescension think proper to give us. You Little know us if you think the mighty West will be trodden on in this Here the senator referred to the action of the House and Senate on the Texas Resolution and the course taken by the Southern senator but owing to the noise in the gallery he was not heard distinctly when i am asked Why i did not exhibit this apprehension of punic Faith then i will Tell you. I was pointed to the vote in the House of representatives but four Southern democrats voting against 54 degree 40 minutes. This was the reason Given me Why i should repose Confidence where i distrusted i fear not to say it and the result will show whether i distrusted with or without cause. Let the Quot that the president had occasionally ski Ings in parenthetically to gratify yrs the Ultra isms of the country and of part whilst he reposed in the while House with no intentions of carrying out these parenthetical in Plain words he represents the president As parenthetically sticking in a few hollow and false words to cajole the Quot Ultra isms of the country Quot what is this need i ask but Chargi upon the president conduct the most vile and infamous if this allegation be True these intentions of the president must sooner or later come to Light and when brought to Light what must follow but irretrievable disgrace so Long so one human Eye remains to linger on the Page of history the Story of his abasement will be read sending him and his name together to an infamy so profound a damnation so deep that the hand of resurrection will never be Able to drag him Forth. He who is the traitor to his country can never have forgiveness of god and cannot ask mercy of Man. Asked the senator whether he came Here charged with missives from the president or whether he assumed the dogmatic style on his own responsibility and or. Mangum. I Call the senator to order. I protest against these remarks. The president. Let him proceed. Or. Mangum. I withdraw my objection. Or. Hannegan. Let me say one thing to the senator from North Carolina Over the Way or. Mangum that if i have from the Richmond of the late John Hamp. Den Pleasants. The solemn ceremony of consigning to the Tomb the mortal remains of this eminent Man took place on sunday last. At half past 10 o clock the body was removed from Bis late residence on Grovernor Street to the United presbyterian Church of which the Rev. Or. Stiles is pastor. The Day was cold gloomy and inclement and the whole aspect of nature in consonance with the sad feelings inspired by the melancholy occasion. But notwithstanding this forbidding state of the weather the Church was soon crowded by an immense multitude who filled to overflowing every to accessible place in the Pitterie As Well As the of and Isles of e Loi Itei floor while hundreds Weire re mint anti forced to retire being unable to obtain admittance. Never was there in this City a More marked and decided manifestation not of Mere sympathy occasioned by the horrible character of the late appalling calamity but of deep and intense feeling swelling in every breast and glistening in every Eye. At eleven o clock the solemn services were commenced with an introductory prayer and the Reading of a chapter from by the Rev. Or. Stiles. Uttered one syllable disrespectful to the senator it has not been my if he apprehended that i was in danger of saying anything disrespectful i thank him for his kind hint. I shall not forget the place where i am and the respect which i owe myself. I reply in the same spirit in Wahidi the senator spoke. I have no personal motives i am speaking to principles and using As he did Plain language. We were told that this question was agitated in the country for the Pur pose of putting Small men into Large of i Ces. I have seen Small men in Large of i Ces before to Day. Quot Small men in Large offices Quot Quot the country agitated to put Small men in Large offices Quot those who live in Glass houses should not throw stones. The proverb is somewhat stale but it a a salutary one and even some great men May occasionally be reminded of it to their profit. Let me Tell the sen ator from North Carolina that for my own part i would much sooner be found a smal Man seeking a High place than the subservient pliant supple tool the cringing flatterer the fawning sycophant who crouches before Power and hurries from its Back stairs to bring before the Senate its Becks and nods and wreathed smiles. The last Steamer from Europe it is said puts this question in such a position that for Oregon we can get free Trade. Free Trade i love dearly but never will it be bought by me by the territory of my country he who would entertain such an idea is a traitor to his country. I speak for myself and my own Section of the country. Free Trade for a surrender of the ports and harbours on the Pacific ? never sir never. Whence this movement for free Trade on the part of England ? does not every one know that she has been driven into this course by the outcries of starving millions that she has been forced into this policy by the landowners to save their lives from the knife of the Midnight Assassin and their palaces from the Torch of the prowling incendiary ? but the West is to be provided for it is to have a new and most profitable Market. Some of us know that from the Baltic England would get her wheat Long before we could Send a ton into her Market. I advert to this simply because i do not know that i shall have another Opportunity to do so. I have Only to add that so far As the whole tone spirit and meaning of the remarks of the senator from North Carolina Are concerned if they speak the language of James k. Polk James k. Polk has spoken words of falsehood and with the Tongue of a Serpent. Or. Evans then moved that the Senate adjourn. The motion was put carried and the Senate accordingly adjourned. A scoundrel named Little lately stabbed a pretty Young girl in new Bedford with a Penknife and nearly killed he tried to kiss her she lapped his face a and he stabbed her. The Young men of Chicago after Bein Quot cleaned out at the Diflo rent Quot fairs Quot an Quot donation parties Quot this Winter have advertised that they will hold a Quot fair Quot for replenishment of their empty pockets and they Call upon the ladies to attend and contribute liberally in return for the same attention on their part when they had Money to spend. It is a poor Rule that won t work both ways. The Book of Job this was succeeded by a hymn and a most feeling and fervent address to the throne of Grace by Rev. J. B. Jeter. The Rev. Or. Stiles then proceeded to preach the funeral Sermon announcing As his text a portion of the 39th verse of the 22d chapter of st. Matthew Quot thou shall love thy neighbor As thyself Quot the Rev. Gentleman depicted in striking colors the odious character and miserable effects of self love its hardening influence upon the human heart its Active Agency in producing strife and bloodshed among individuals and among nations and in eradicating from the bosom that Charity which Quot hop eth All things and end Ureth All things. The prolific source of All these evils the preacher declared would be removed by obedience to the duty enjoined in the text and to the previous injunction a the first and great commandments Quot thou Shalt love the lord thy god with All thy heart and with All thy soul and with All thy the speaker next commenced upon the anti christain spirit in which political discussions Are generally conducted As Well by the press As by Public speakers from the Rostrum and in the Halls of legislation. He deprecated in Strong terms the Eil consequences of that want of forbearance and Charity which allows no Merit in a political opponent. Upon the code of Honor so called the Rev. Gentleman commented with much severity. The melancholy scene before him enforced his censure. He declared the Community in which we live partic eps Criminisi in the late tragical he remarked that it was not his duty to allude to the particulars of that Mournful transaction but there were mitigating circumstances for the parties concerned of which he might make mention. They were born and reared he said in a Community which tolerated if it did not encourage a resort to arms and All the Mem Bers of that Community were consequently More or less to blame. When the speaker came to the special application of his remarks the fountains of All hearts seemed open. He observed that it was not his business to descant upon the personal qualities and character of the deceased. These were known at Home and throughout Virginia and the nation. But it had been the speaker s privilege to be with him in his last moments and he was Able to say that he died in a full belief of the truth of the Christian religion. At this period of the discourse the speaker depicted in the most touching terms the final interview Between the venerable Mother and the dying son. As she approached his bed Side his head being turned the other Way he asked if he knew her Quot of yes the dear Mother whom i have always respected and the speaker adverted to the Relief afforded by this declaration which the Mother received As a precious legacy of filial affection and devoted Ness. He next spoke of the direction Given by the deceased to his sister to take a testament from his trunk and place it under his head in his coffin. He described his affectionate Farewell to his Manly Little son who had been watching by his Side and whom he enjoined with his dying breath to be throughout life Quot virtuous honest and never have we witnessed a More general outbreak of deeper feeling and never was there a subject better suited to awaken the keenest sensibilities of the heart and arouse the most serious and salutary reflections of the office destroyed. We learn from a gentleman just returned from a trip in the country that on thursday of last week a Man by the name of Hazeltine an sex Nator of the Ohio legislature on account of offensive Ian Guage used by the editors of the Eaton of Democrat single handed and alone entered that office with a Sledge Hammer by demolishing the door and then with his Sledge broke the press entirely in pieces the Stone and every other implement there used in printing after there operations he threw the cases and types out of the window into the Street leaving the office a Complete wreck. The Democrat was we Leam conduct by swipe fifteen or Twenty persons All i or holders in the concern. The paper with the offensive articles that caused Hazeltine to destroy the office is before us and we must say they contain outrageous language and we do not wonder at the ridiculed and slandered individual letting his Quot Dander we did not learn what action was taken on account of the destruction of said press but it is quite probable the affair will undergo a Quot Legal James Mehaffy was the apparent publisher of the above Cincinnati Hayti. Proposed massacre of the the following letter dated st. Domingo Jan. 25, appears in the new York Sun Quot there is much anxiety in consequence of the threatened invasion by the Hay teens under president Pierrot. His instructions to the army have been made Public by which it appears that the dreadful scenes of the old massacre Are to be re enacted. He is to save Only the most Beautiful White women for officers. All our women Over forty years of age captured by his army Are to be taken to his Palace chained Back to Back. Our Young women under that age Down to girls of five years of age Are to be delivered Over to his officers and soldiers he is now Only waiting for a steam propeller which the abolitionists or anti slavery societies of Boston Are to Send him to carry out his horrible designs upon this Little handful of White people he is a master Workman in the Trade of human butchery. Although now an old and feeble Man he was in youth the Leader of the powerful Jet Blacks who fell Spoti and destroyed their masters. He murdered his master and mistress with his own hands. Their Only daughter a Beautiful creature whom the female slaves were about to murder As Pierrot rushed into the room and saved her he made his wife and Drew around his estate a Large number of negroes who had also taken their masters daughters As wives. Quot at the expiration of some years when the new race of mulattoes first began to excite civil commotion the bloody Pierrot was the first to plunge the fatal Dagger into the bosom of his wife and children. His example was followed by his neighbors and the Whites and mulattoes were thus exterminated in that District. This act was applauded by the Blacks. Pierrot became the Virginius of Hayti and at last he has ascended to the presidential chair. He has vowed that every White male shall be exterminated with the female children under five years of age. Our Hopes from Spain Are not so promising As they were a month ago. Our own Navy has been increased and our defences strengthened. The army is in Good discipline but is very Small. We will fight to the soldiery. Gen. Gaines has Given the following idea of a Republican soldiery. It is Well worthy the attention of our he says Quot every Soldier and every Seaman Vij Untener or regular should be made to trial to Csc Torch Orvan. The new Trinity Church of the City of new York has ordered an Organ of the following Din ions. It is to be constructed by Erben a celebrated Organ manufacturer Quot this Church will be the most splendid gothic Structure in America. The vestry have appropriated 810,000 towards the erection of an Organ commensurate with the proportion and style of this Noble edifice. The design of the Case which will be constructed of Oak is of Rich gothic. Some idea May be formed of its magnitude from the following the Organ Case will be fifty three feet High 27 feet wide and 32 feet deep. The largest wooden Diapason pipe will be of such dimensions that the Interior will measure upwards of 260 cubic feet. Its internal measurement is 36 inches by 30 and 32 feet Long. The Largist Metal Diapason pipe which is seen in the Centre of the front of the Organ will be 5 feet in length. There is to be four separate organs known by the names of great oin swell Organ and pedal or an forty three draw stops eleven of which will be Diapason one of 32 feet in length besides two Reed stops of 16 feet in length. The whole number of pipes amounts to 2,169. The entire weight of the of an is estimated altogether at Upas of 40 tons. Quot this will be thy Gest Organ Ever erected in this Dourif and there Are but few larger in an old coat. Or. Littlefield has found under one of the pews in the old East Church a coat which evidently belonged to one of the carpenters employed in erecting the House Hundred and Twenty eight years ago. It is a specimen of old fashioned Economy having More patches upon it than could be found among a troop of be ars at the present Day. In one of the pockets was a Gimblet and a piece of Chalk and in the other a Cotton handkerchief in perfect Gazette. It is stated that Prince Louis Napoleon Nephew of the great emperor and who is confined As a state prisoner in the Castle of Ham has been offered his Liberty provided he would pledge his Honor never to disturb the existing government of France but he declines to receive his Freedom upon such conditions. Worms kill. bold Bascal. A lady of Fortune while purchasing a shawl of value lately in Broadway new York and while in the act of handing two fifty Dollar Bills in payment to one of the clerks received a blow in the face from a Well dressed person just entered who exclaimed at the same time forbade you buying that shawl Quot and snatching the two Bills from her hand walked with a very Majestic air out of the store. The lady fainted and after she recovered the proprietor of the establishment while endeavouring to console her expressed his regret at the very a gentlemanly conduct of her husband. She exclaimed with the utmost Surprise Quot that is not my husband i never saw the person before in my the clerks immediately started in Pursuit of the villain which proved fruitless and the bold rogue decamped with his Booty. Know to a moral certainty that military mind High moral courage and moral conduct will alone insure his promotion and that to cringe and Crouch about the War department in the Hope of obtaining promotion by intrigue or other party devices is never More to result in anything but disgrace to the unworthy aspirant. The proposed modification added to a provision of Law requiring every Cadet and every midshipman to perform hard labor in building forts railroads floating batteries and other War steamers for at least five months in every year until they graduate would Render our military and naval academies a great Public Benefit and a National Blessing without the proposed modifications they May become a National curse. As the history of every military and naval movement during a state of War is a history of incessant labor on the part of every officer Soldier and Seaman from the general or Admiral Down to the private Soldier and Ordinary Seaman inclusively i consider a military or naval school without labor enough to strengthen and familiarize the students to habitual labor As a military or a naval mockery. Our glorious revolution was achieved not by fashionable dandies with fingers too delicate to handle the Small Hammer or Hatchet but by hard handed workmen Many of whom had in Early life been accustomed Toweill the Sledge Hammer the pick axe and the plough Quot a close observer of the a shims says an exch paper remarks that Quot ladies dresses Are Fuller behind than he Ever saw them very Likely. But what business has an editor to look at ladies in that manner ? people of All Ages and a exc from the tender infant at the breast to Oid age Are All liar ble to be Ai hinted with Worms. Many a person has suite red his whole life from them and never suspected it. Thousands upon thousands have gone to premature Graves from Maras us or a wasting away of the body. Epilepsy fits st. Vitus dance locked jaw apoplexy Mani dropsy in the head palsy consumption pleurisy dysentery convulsions and Many other sup posed apparent diseases and Many have suffered for Yeara and years and have been doctored for some imaginary complaint without the least Relief and others Are still suffering when ail the trouble arises from Worms and Worms alone Whick Are entirely overlooked and when the proper treatment would have saved their lives Ana restored them to health. Every observant Mother cannot but see and admit the truth but still Many physicians shut their eyes to that All important cause of disease. Symptoms of Worms. Fain in the joints or limbs offensive breath. Sensation at the stomach flashes of heat Over the surface of the body slight chills or shivering headache drowsiness vertigo tor or disturbed dreams sudden starting in sleep with fright and screaming the eyes Dull and heavy with a dark Circle under them tingling sensation in the ears palpitation of the heart hesitancy in the speech craving for dirt Chalk ashes or other unnatural diet irritable temper numbness of the limbs dislike to music particularly the Organ sometimes a troublesome cough to first. Pallid Hue fits bad taste in the Mouth difficult a eating pain in the stomach orb Oweis fatigue nausea squeamishness voracious appetite leanness bloated stomach or limbs griping shooting pains in various parts of the body a sense of something rising in the Throat itching of the anus towards night a frequent desire to pass something from the bowels and sometimes discharges of slime and mucus. Or. Sherman s a a worn i orc bucs Quot have been proved in More than 400,000 cases to be infallible in fact the Only certain worm destroying Medicine Ever discovered. Children will eat them when they cannot be forced to take any other Medicine and the benefits derived from the administration of Medicine to them in this form is great beyond Conception. They have Neve been know to fail. Or. Shermam so a Cousta a Zeagas cure the most obstinate cases of cough in a few hours. They have cured a Large number of per sons who have been Given up by their physicians and friends and Many who have been reduced to the verge of the grave by fitting blood consumption and hectic lever by their use have had be Rose of health restored to the Haggard Cheek and now live to speak Forth the praises of this inv a Able Medicine. Or. Sherman s Quot camphor lozenges Quot relieve had ache nerve a sick headache palpitation of the heart and sickness in a very few minutes. They cure lowness of spirits Den Deney faintness Colic spasms comps of the stomach summer or Bowel complaints they keep up the , dispel All the Dii treating symptoms of a night of dissipation and enable a Paraon to undergo great mental or bodily toil. Or. Sherman s Quot poor Man s plaster Quot is acknowledged by All have Ever used it to be the Best strengthening plaster in the world and a Sovereign remedy f it a pains and weakness in the Back,loin8, Side breast neck limbs joints rheumatism Lumbar &.c. One million a year will not Supply the demand. Caution is necessary As there Are Many unprincipled persons who would Force a curious article upon the Community. Be careful to get Sherman s poor Man s plaster with a foe mite of his written name on the backs none others Are genuine and will do More Hurt than Good. Or. Besman s warehouse is no. 106 Nat sau Street new York. Sold by Tomlinson Brothers agent for the proprietor gun of the Golden mortar Rubington Street 1 Nai Anapolis. Jan2mi
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