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TRET ill SIR GAERNAKFON.

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THE PRINTING PRESS.

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THE PRINTING PRESS. How wisely events follow eaca other in proper order Just at the time when the mind of Europe was waking from a thousands years' lethargy and when means were required to spread abroad the results of the inquiries which the learned wt-ra making in all brancnes of science, Caxton gave to the world the Printing Press. By its instrument- ality the discoveries and inveationi of one land have become the property of the entire globe, and the advancement of science has been greatly pro- moted. No man of the present age has more fu111 comprehended this truth tban' Holloway. The eaue intellect that led him to the studies wh'ch re- sulted in the production of his celebrated Pills hnd Ointment saw at once tpe immense advantage, to the world as well as to himself, which might be drawn from th's source. He lid his discove ies before the world, Bowing his seed broadcast,where- ever a written language is read, and modeatly :e:it:d t::ultnffi:gcfiddt::eefBfa theory lei men to try his remedies; their intrinsic excellence when once tried established them firmly injthe confidence of the public of both hemispheres, and Professor Hoiloway stands now, in the es. timation of the people, as the most powerful op- ponent of all diseacc. For disorders of the luer and stomach, the Pills are claimed to be a swift and snre specific, and the claim is verified by an overwhelming mass of testimony. Now we all know how entirely the bodily health depends upon the cond tion of these two important organs If the dlgestlonie impairei, the bowels dsordered, and the liver torpid o congested, the whole frame suffers; the strength declines, the spirits di'jop.the completion becomes csdavorous, the flesh wasted, supineness and despair tiiko the places of energy and hopefulness, the sick naa becomes as dead to the great objects and pursuits of life as if he were entombed alive. Out 01 his eelf-sepilchre, as. it were, this powerful remedy lifti him as if by magicâa few timely doses of the Pills brings back digestion, appetite, and physical energy. These statements are too plain,and too easily contradict td if untrue, to admit of the slightest doubt. On the contrary, we know them to be nothing but the literal fact. They are not f)unded merely upon common report, but upon the testimony of parties occupying high positions in aociety-men of un- 019 reputation and matured judgment- that 1 kewise M confirmed by circumstances within OUt own immediate knowle -Igo. âIrerach Telegram.

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