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Laughter in New Hampshire. the late Democratic State Convention in New Hampshire, considering the fearfully funereal business upon which it met, was decidedly iNew Hampshire, considering the fearfully funereal business upon which it met, was decidedly in luck. Remembering that it is, so to speak, a deposed dynasty, we may congratulate the New Hampshire Democracy upon the possession of a certain funny physician, naNew Hampshire Democracy upon the possession of a certain funny physician, named Bachelder, who introduced his method of cure — a kind of Gigglepathy — to the Convention, and made jokes for the members about the inevitable bigger, which were
y recommend them to send fifty cents, and a few locks of their hair, to the New Hampshire Paracelsus.
He is death on gloom, as other accomplished quacks have been d ge with his budget of quips and quirks, and soon has the grave Democracy of New Hampshire in a roar worthy of any peepshow or penny theatre.
The man who could do th been mysteriously transferred from the shoulders of Canaan to our own. The New Hampshire doctor does well to laugh while it is possible.
He cannot tell whose chanc