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TUESDAY MORIXC, NOV. 21, 1871.
( . BOROUGH OFFICERS.
. BwgfMn. II. Mat.
IXmneitmr n Jacob Shrivor, J. It. Htronp,
V. W, Dimond. S. H, Haslet, J. Witians.
Justice of the laeeW. P. Morcilllolt,
I). S. Knox.
CViM J. N.Telts worth.
dluAoof Director J. Winans. J. A. Pale,
. J. A. Proper, Jacob Shrivor, D. 8. Knox,
M. l. Irwtu.
FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS.
V President Jiutge- .1 ambs Camphrll.
'.Associate. Judges J. A. .FHOFt, Ax
j Sheriff K. L. THV".
JHitriet Attornrv-rW. W. Mnn.
Treasurer 8. Sk.ti.ky.
J'rothonotary, JtegisterJt Recorder, d.
f J. II. AONKW.
r CbmmiMoiirf N.'P. WBBft.tl, Br.
BLMOTT, PETHIt MKUOtLLIOTT.
Ctaunfy AJii;rinfHifrit N. K. nHnrn.
Jurv Commissiuxers Jam. Uilkilliax,
iViunry Uitrrcinr K.P. Irwim.
Coroner Jom ah Wijcanh.
tbiinry Ofiror L. L. IIackett, Em
Member of .np-es IVth thstrict-O. W.
. Nenate W. A. WAt.LACK.
Assewbty John U. II all.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Presbyterian Services will be held
in this place next Sabbath, morniug
9 , Photograph Pictures and Frames at the
Superior Lumber Co. Store.
Quarterly tucetiug will ho held
next Saturday and Sunday at Asbury
Chanel. Rev. O. L. Mead, P. E., will
. conduct the services.
Hard to boatr-that new lot of Gents'
Paer 'Collar, Just roeolvod at Superior
Lumber Co. Store.
The flowing well at Cash-up City
one day lust week produced 900 bar
rets, and is now producing 300 steady.
The other wells hold out first-rate,
and new ones will be tested soou.
-' A full lino and superior quality of Silk
Ribbon, received and for saie at Superior
Lumber Co. Store.
0 We publibh the Jury List and
Court Proclamation this week. The
first murder tial ever held in Forest
County will be held at this court. We
will haven full report ol" the trial in
f Just received a new lot of Coatings
and Casalmcies, at the Superior Lumber
. Wru. Haggerty, of Emlenton, ad
vertised his. lost tuittle in our paper
last week, and as a consequence, found
them. If- there is anything you want
everybody t' know, advertise iu the
f , Tho newest styles of Ladies' Comet at
tba Superior Lumber Co. Storo.
We were sorry to observe, last
week, a number of men about our
streets who had been "lubricating" to
such an extent that they walked, talk
ed and acted vcrv loose. One or two
fights, two or three slapped mouths
and a wrestle resulted fcom this cause
Lace and Linen Collars in great vario
ty, at .tho Superior Lumber Co. Store.
We -have several "occasional'
correspondents, but they haven't np'
penrecl to appreciate tho occasion fo
f some weeus nuHt, and wu mourn much
It for their wvely assistance in making
- I our paper a medium of general county
intelligence. Give us a line now and
. then, if only to let us know that you
ii are well.
v .r':'. Good style of Paper Collar for 10 eta.
v- a box, at tho Superior Lumber Co. Storo,
v 7 observe that tho side-walk
are getting seedy in some places, and
were forcibly reminded of the fact one
very dark evening of Inst week by
- peeling our shins by stepping through
' a hole in the walk in front of A. II
Steele's house. Let the walks be re
Table Linen, Toweling, Linen Nar.
kins, Plain Irish Unco, Bird's Eyoaudall
kinds of Linen nnd Linen Good at Su
perior Lumber Co. Store.
The Dale vs. Wilkins case, which
involves some land at Kagtindus, on
w hich a great deal of oil has been pro
ducctl, comes off in the District Court
at Pittsburgh this week. Messrs. Dale
A d Henry left for Pittsburgh yestei
lay, to look after their side of the
A full line of Ladies and GenU' fall
nd winter Silk, Silk LUlo and Fleece
Lined Glove at Superior Lumber Co,
'Store. . .
Many twine have fulleu boneatl
the fatal epidemic which always over
takes them at about this time of the
year, and fresh pork is as plenty as
auy ono except a hog could wish.
Speaking of which reminds us that
Jas. G. Clark, the poet-voculist-writest,
has written a piece to the Titusville
Courier descriptive of "The Hogs of
Mr. Weber has inaugurated week
ly meetings of his pupils, the object of
hich meetings are to encourage them,
tho pupils, to greater exertions. Each
scholar is required play a picco which
shall be givcu them a day or two be
fure tho nioctiny. Wu believe tho
next mcotiug takes place ut tho house
i? T. IV rV'iT. Tim i-j.ln v mthuik.
'. ii'-jsii.1 ...J. . .'
The flood ha been, and gone.
The long wished for water came and
usy was the creek and river for sev
eral days of last week. On Tuesday
ight the rain continued to fall, all
iglit, notwithstanding the numerous
rophecies ngninst it. Oo Wednesday
the creek and river were up to a good
rafting stage, and the trains both ways
rought in numbers of men who had
timber in the creek, pilots and hands
for all the various positions of a raft.
Several rafts went off on Tuesday night
ithout pilots, and Wednesday some
few went out with full crews. A jam
bove the bridge, caused by some
barges and rafts getting crosswise of the
channel ngninst the piers, prevented
great deal of lumber from being run.
A channel was at length opened on the
north sido of the bridge by cutting in
to'creck pieces an Allegheny timber
raft, which could never have gone
through coupled up. Altogether a
good deal of business has been done,
butnotas much as might have been had
not the jam occurred. Lumbermen
still expect more water, and, as we
write, on Monday, the indications are
favorable. However everybody is
thankful for even a small flood, and
will wait patiently now for the next
rise. May it come soon.
Silk Gimp. Silk Frin , Silk Velvet
Ribbou, Uimpure Lace, ilk and Velvet
Button, and all kind of t)resn Trimming
for sale at Superior Lumber Co. Storo.
Thus. F. Simmons has been visit-
ng our place for a few days past. He
is talkiug of moving to Tiouesta to set
up a brick yard. We think it would
A full lino of All Wool Long and
Square, Imitation Paisley, and Ulack Me
rino Sliawl for Sulo at Superior Lumber
-Jas. Hulings cut himself on the
left knee with an adz, one dav last
week. He is now hobbling around
with a couple of canes, and will soon
bo fit for active duty again.
Gents' Hrtta and Cap, Fall and Winter
Styles, Men and lloys' IlooU, also a full
varioty of Ijidle.i' Laco Hoot, Shoe, Gal
lon and Overshoe at Superior Lumber
Z. Bnnncy, of Buffalo, N. Y., an
old subscriber of ours, called in last
week, and straightened up and told us
to send on the paper, because he
couldn't keep house without it. Among
other things he said that Buffalo was
larger than Tionesta. Now it is cur
rently reported and generally believed
that the Chicago fire was a judgement
on that city for glorying because they
were a little ahead of Tionesta in
point of population' and buildings, if
not in point of iufluence. However,
notwithstanding Mr. Bonney's boast,
wo hope no calamity) will overtake
B u f Palo. We may want to annex it to
Tiouesta some day.
A full lino ot Underwear, knit and
Wool km Goods to bo r celved soou at tho
Superior Lumber Co. Storo.
Oil Saturday evening last a man
named Timothy Donovan, met with
an accident at the mouth of Stewarts
Run, on the O. C. & A. R. Ry. He
with some other men were riding on a
hand-car; Donovan's legs were hang
ing over the eud of the car, wheo, by
somu means w hich we could not learn
the end of the car on which Donovan
was riding, struck against some ties,
breaking one ot his legs between the
ankle and knee. Drs. Hunter and
Wiuans reduced the fracture, which
was a compound one, and the patient
will get aloug nicely.
Extracts, Porfumcry, Hair Oils, Tooth
BriiBhca, Comb and all kind of Toilet
Articles at tho Superior Lumber Co. Store,
We wish to call attention to
communication headed 'A Pertinent
Query," in another column. It call
the attention of the lumbermen to the
necessity of un organization to protect
their iuterests, and especially as far as
the rafting in the Tionesta creek is
concerned. We agree with our corres'
pondent, that such au organization
would prove wise, and save much lum
bcr and money which ate now lost be
cause "what is everybody's business is
nobody's business." There will b
probably, in the course of human
events, another flood. Let the lum
berrucu be prepared for it.
Ballou'b Monthly Magazine koi
Dkckmher. The December number
of this popular magaziuc is out and
for sale at all the depots in the coun
try. It is a capital issue, and has more
reading of real value and interest than
any publication of its class in the
country. No ouecan fail to be inter
ested iu "Ballou's Magazine," for the
st.nple reason that the publibhers cater
to tho tastes of all, and not to on
class alone, as mauy serials do. Ol
and young can lind amusement in
"Ballou's," and it is not of au cxpeu
sivc kind cither, for 1.50 secures
for a year, and it is only 15 cents a
number. Now. is the time to start
clubs fur tho new vear. Address
Thoiucs & Talbot, G3 Coutc") Sirrrt.
8. G. Sullivan, who has been in
our place since last spring attending
to Slater Bros' lumber, left during the
flood for his home, Cincinnati. He
will bo in it scd by the young folks hero,
with whom He was quite a favorite.
We shall miss him very much, as-he
has helped us out of many a tight fix
in the office.
Harper' Magazine for December
has the following contents:
Tho Eternal City, with sixteen illus
trations; An Autumn Memory, The
Haunted Lake, with thirteen illustra
tions, French Royal Chateaux. III.
Chateau and Forest of Fonliuebleau,
with twelve illustrations; Witnesses;
A Good Investment, with two illustra
tions; Johnny Mingo; The First
American Exploring Expedition ; The
Old Norse Colonics of Greenland, with
seven illustrations; The American
Baron (concluded), with four illustra
tions; Henry Brougham ; The Dark
ness and the Dawn ; The Arithmetic
of God ; Bella's Beginnings! Not To
day ; Apiau Pysehology and Sociology;
In the Heart of a Hill; Last Days;
Editor's Easy Chair ; Editor's Literary
Record ; Editor's Scientific Record;
Editor's Historical Record ; Editor's
Drawer. Harper Bro's., N. Y.
ury List for December Term, 1871.
Jenks John D. Hunt, Foreman.
Barnctt John G. Brandon, Robert
Hulings, Archie Black.
Green William McCam, Phillip
Walters, Philetus Thompson.
Hickory Amza Purdy, Thos. J.
Bowman, Elias Albaugh.
Harmony Austin Slater, C. L.
Hanna, George Dunlap, Josiah Neil).
KingBley Daniel Harrington, Ilor-
ton Murphy, Alfred Patterson, George
Tionesta Andrew Mealy, Peter
Lovell, Christopher Cropp, Samuel E.
Tionesta Boro. A. II. Steele, S. S.
Howe Henry Fox.
Jenks Raymond Hettish, James
Walton, Rufus Dodge, Noah K. Bur
Barnctt Herman Knight, Feter
Kuight, Isaao Gordon, Peter Gailley,
Daniel Altman, James Rodgcrs, John
Lackuer, John Eck, John Kellogg,
William Williams, Edward Kerr,
Douglass Moore, Philo Williams,
James Black, Jr., Thomas Fitzgerald,
David Winegard James Dugan, John
Hickory William Connelly, Sam
uel Dempsey, William Manros?, Chas.
II. Albaugh, Mathew Elliott, Richard
Seckridgc, Henry Snavely, Henry
Glassner, Henry Keifer, William B
Hall, Joseph Mealy Jamei Hunter,
Johu S. Range, James A. Brown,
Harmony John Wills, John Cor
uelius, George Manross, Francis M
Vogus, J. F. Connelly, Nathan Case,
Jacob Vedder, William B. Howell,
William Pryor, John Snyder, George
Swcatland, James Black, Samuel Man
ross, F. W. Hamilton, Jno. W. Sig
gins, Winfield Scott, Ira Cauficld.
Kingsley Harrison Morgan, John
II. Best, Henry Ziirdle, Charles South
worth, Nathan Burdick.Samuel Levey
Jacob Berlin, Frederick Lewis, James
, Tionesta Johu Greenan, Madison
Church, George Huddleson, John Ho
gan, Jo'in Carney, John Alio, Jacob
Zcnts, Robert Alt, Samuel Clark.
Green James Haslet, James Wal
ters, Ernest Beherns, Bobeit Biom
baugh, William Myers.
Tionesta Boro. G. W. Sawyer, A
II. Partridge, Joshua Thompson, John
W. Stroup, Silas J. Wolcott, J.Taylor
The desirablo Farm, known as tho Dr.
Sibbald Farm, containing about 80
acres, bottom sand, located on the Al
legheny River, three miles above Tio
nests. Good two-story frame house,
large barn, good orchard, and desira
ble improvements. For terms Ac. cn
quire of W. W. Mason','
or BEOfiES & Sisclaik,
33 tf , Cleveland, Ohio.
I have for sale at my farm on Allcu
der Run, Harmony Twp., tho following
1 span of work Horses, weighing
about 2300, ono Lumber Wagon, one
pair Bob- Sleighs, one 3-spring Wagou,
one Single Cutter, oue two-seated Dou
ble Cutter, two Top Buggies, ono set
Heavy Harness, oue set Light Harness,
I ono Light Singlo Harness, a "Climax"
i Mowing Machine, and othtr Farming
! Utensils. Three mouths credit will bo
I given, with approved security.
1 -'-2f. H. L. ii' t.
Leaving the East and arriving at
Chicago or Indianapolis, how shall we
reach the West? The best Line is ac
knowledged to be the C, B. A Q ,
joined together with the B. & M. Rail
road by the Iron Bridge flt Burlington,
ami called the Burmnoto Route.
The main line of the Route running
to Omnha. connects with the great Pa
cific Roads, and forms to-day the lead
ing route to California. The Middle
Branch, entering Nebraska at Plaits
mouth, passes through Lincoln, the
State Capital, and will this year be
nished to Fort Kearney, forming the
shortest route across the Continent by
over 100 miles.
Another branch of the B. M., diverge
ng at lied Uak, tails into a line rul
ing down the Missouri through St.
oe to Kansas City, and all Kansas,
Passengers by this route to Kansas,
see' Illinois, Southern Iowa, and Mis
souri, and, by a slight divergence, can
see Nebraska also.
Lovers of fine views should remem
ber the Burlington Route, for its towns
high-gleaming from afar" its tree-
fringed steams Its rough bluffs and
quarries its corn-oceans stretching
over the prairies further than eye can
Laud-buyers will be sure to remem
ber it, for they have friends among
the two thousand who have already
bought farms from Geo. S. Harris, the
Land Commissioner of the B. & M.
R. R. at Burlington, Iowa, or among
the four thousand home steaders and
preemptors who last year filed ' claims
in the Lincoln land office, where "Un
cle Sam is rich enough to give us all
The Best Jewelry House
In Northwestern Pennsylvania is
uated on the corner of Water
and Chestnut Streets, Mcadvillc,
and is owned by M. P. Jenks.
has just received a large and superior
stock of Jewelry, which he has mark
ed down to the bottom figures, and we
can conscientiously recommend this
house to our readers if they want auy
thing in that line. The stock is very
extensive, aud one cannot fail to suit
himself in auything in this line. Give
Jenks a call when you go to Meadville,
and you will not regret it. . 27 tf
Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Saw mill
men, Uil men, and other citizens ot
Forest county, who are in want of any
thing in the Hardware line, should go
to Andrews & Co., Tidioute. They
have the largest stock in this section
of the country. They are making and
repairing all kinds of Machinery and
Saw mill castings at short notice 4-tf.
Dr. D. F. Pennington, recently of
Pittsburgh, offers his services as a Den
tal Surgeon, to the inhabitants of this
place and vicinity. He is located at
Fort Pitt, and will make engagements
to meet patients in Tionesta, at any
time, ills l'ost Uttice address is Iio
nesta, Pa. 29 tf.
We have just received a full sup
ply of Ladies' Furs, Muffr aud. Capes
also Gents Fur Collars, which we of
fer at very low prices. Also Woolen
Blankets from 83.75 to 89.00 per pair
10 4 and 11-4 wide, Gents Woolen
Scarfs, Ladies' Kuit Shawls, Nubias
Wool Hoods, &c, &e.
Sui'Ehior Lumber Co.
A. H. Steele, Cashier Tionesta
Savings Bunk, has been appointed
agent for the celebrated " Iuman Line
Ocean Steamers," at this place. Any
person desirous of goiug to Europe or
bringing friends to this country, will
do well to call on Mr. Steele, who will
furnish them with all the information
Use Dr. Her rick's Sugar- Coated Veg
etable VilU and Kid Strengthening
Plasters, also Dr. Perrine Fumigator
for Catarrh. The best preparation in
the market. , For Ilnrscs and Cattle
use Harvel's Condition Powders tho
best iu use satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. Sold by D. S.
Knox & Co., Agents, Tionesta, Pa.,
aud tho trado generally. 21 3m
Attention Agents T Think of This
Wonderful NurrcMN ! 25,000
copies of llrockett'a History of the
Franco-tieriiiuu War, sold lirst liodnyn.
It will soon contain a full h st ry oftho
bloody Kelx'llmn in Paris, mi ki ig nearly
MSI pages and 10 eletiant illiilnitions, and
will Hull 5 limes Limit than herctotore.
Price only JJ.SO. Inconiplelo works,
written iu the interest of the I isli mid
French, are Ix-ing ollcre 1 with old cuts,
and for want of merit cluiming to be of
ficial, .Vc, Itcwarc of such, liria kt'll's in
lxitli Kuglisii and licrinaii, the ni'-st im
partial, Mpular, reliable, cheap and last
bulling work extant. Look t .four iu
toroiita, hti iko oitickly and you can coin
money. Circulars li ce and terms excelled
bvnouo. A. II. HUBItAP.D, Publisher,
l'io rhenium "t., Phila. 2 iw.
AMENDMENT TO THE" C0NSTITU
" TI0N OP PENNSYLVANIA.
Proposing an amendment to thn Constitu
tion of Pennsylvania.
Tie. it lintolved tit the Senate, an i tlnxinr.
of ItepreJientativc nf the Uommonu entth of
PennKiftvtn a in tleneral Acinbly met,
That the following amendment of the Con
stitution of this Commonwealth bo pro
posed to tho people for thoir adoption or
rejection, pursuant to the provisions o( tho
tenth article thereof, to wit:
Strike outthe Sixth Section of thn Sixth
Article of tho Constitution, and insert in
lion thereof tho following :
"A State Treasurer shall bo chosen 1v
tho qualified electors of tho Stale, at such
times and for such term of servico at shall
be prescribed by law."
J a Mrs ii, won,
Speaker of the IIouo of Representatives,
WILLIAM A. WAIXACI',
Sneaker of the Senate.
Approved tho llftecnth dav of Juno.
Anno ltomini ono thousand eight hundred
JNO. W. GKAItY.
Prepared and certified for publication
pursuant to tho Tentli Article of tho Con
stitution, f . .iukiia.n,
Secretary of tho Commonwealth,
Office Socretarvof the ('oniinoiiwealth. I
IlarriHhurg, . Till v 5th, 1S71. J
Is ft South American plnnt that has been
used for many years by tho mediciil
faculty of those countries with wonderful
efficacy, anil is a Sure aud Perfect Itemed
for all Diseases Tf tho
Liver and Spleen, Knlnrftement ot Ob
Rtruetion of Inte.itir.oi, Urinary,
Uterine, or Abdominal Organs,'
Pnvci tvora w ant of Wood, In
termittent or lteimttent
Fevers, Iuthimatlon of
the Liver, Dropsy,
Wood. Atoicesscs. Tumors. Jaundice.
Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Aguo and Fover, or
Dr. WELLS' Extract of JURUBEBA
is a most perfect alterative, and in ofTered
to the public as a prcat inviirorator and
remedrjnVir all impurities ot'tlio blood, or
for organic weakness with thoir attendant
evils. For tho foregoing complaints
Dr, Wells' Extract of Jurubeba
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lamllv as a hoiiscliolu remedy, and biiouiu
be freely taken in all derangements of the
It is NOT A PHYSIC It is not what Is
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tended as such; but is simply a powerful
alterative irivinu health, vigor and tono to
all tho vital forces, and animates and forti
fies all weak and Ivmimatic temperaments,
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York. Solo A Kent for tlio tinted States
Prico Ono Dollar per bottle. Send lor
ltv sending OtCENTS
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you will receivo, by return mail, a correct
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W. FOX, P. O. Drawer No. 34, Fulton-
villo N. Y. . 13-4t
IS Prepared to delivor the besl quality o
Coal at tho old Kvcrhart Dank, two
miles from Ncwmanvillo for 7 cents per
or at TionoHta and vicinity fur
25 CENTS PER BUSHEL.
lie always has a largo supply ou hand,
Now ia tho time to lay In a largo supply
Orders promptly attended to 29.
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. 124 CHAMBERS ST.,
Maufactnrers of Hot Air Engines.
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T jo following are selected from thous
ands of testimonials of similar character,
as expressing tho reasons for tho prefer
ence of the Grovcr.t Baker Machines over
"I like tho Orover A Ilaker Ms
chlno, In the first place, liocauso if I had
any other, I should still want a Grovor A
Raker ; and having a Orover A linker it
answers the purpose of all the rest. It
does a greater variety of work and iseasier
to earn than any other," Mrs. J, C. Cro
ly (Jenny June) ,
"I have had several years' expe
rience with a Orover A llaker Machine,
which has eiven mo creat satisfaction. I
think the Orover A linker Machine is more
easily managed, and less liablo to get out
of order. I prefer the Orover A Baker de
cidedly." Mrs. Dr. Watts, New York.
"I have had ono In my family for
some two years; and from what I know
of its workings, and from tho testimony of
many or mv menus who use too s mio. 1
can liardly see how anything could bo more
complete or give better satisfaction."
Airs. uen. urani.
"I believe It to be the best, all
things conslderod.ol'any that I have known
It is very simple and easily learned j the
sewing from the ordinary spools is a great
advantage; tho stitch is entirely reliable;
it does ornamental work beautifully ; it is
not liable to get nut of order. Mrs. A. M
Spooner, 3(1 Ilond St. Brooklyn.
"I am acquainted with tho work of
the principal machines, and I prefer tho
Orover A Baker to them all, because I con
sider tho stitch more elastic. I have work
in the house which was done nine years
ago which is still good." Mrs, Dr. Mo
Croady, No. 43 ICnst 23d street, N. Y.
"More than two-thirds of all tho
sewingdono in my family for tho last two
years has been done by Urovor A Baker's
Machine, and I novcr had a garment rip
or neod mending, except those rents which
Irolicsomo boys will make In wnnlo cloin
It is. in mv opinion, bv far the most valu
able nf any I havo tried." Mrs. Henry
"Tho Grovor A Bakor Sow ing Ma,
chine has rendered In every respect, the
most perfect satisfaction. It combine, no
many advantages with beauty of execu
tion and economy In price that it is a no
cesitv in every household." Mrs. Uover
nor Geary, Harrisburg, Pa.
"I have had tho Grovor A Bakor Ma
chine for ton or twelve years in constant
use in my house. I havo seen and known
every kind of Family sowing, both per
sonal and household, accomplished up
the Urovor A Bakor Machine, to the cnti.
satisfaction of all concerned, Kev.Stephon
"I find tho Grovor A Baker Stitch will
wear as long as the garments do outwear
the garment iu fact. Tho stitch will not
break on bias nonius, when stretched, as
others do ; and neither does it draw tho
work." Mrs. Dr. Whiting, 4 Kant twoil-ty-fourth
street, N. Y.
Tho Grovor nnd Baker Sowing Machine
Company manufacturo both the Kl antic
and Iick Stitch Machines, and olTcr the
public a choice of tho best machines of
both kinds, at their establishments In all
tho largo cities, aud through agencies lu
nearly all towns throughout tho country.
Price lists and samples of sewing in both
stitches furnished on application to Grovor
A Baker S. M, Co., 127 Wood Street, Pitts
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y od from hidden lausea, and whoso
cases require prompt treatment to ronder
If yon are suffering, or havo snff"f4
from involuntary discharges, what elTrsrt
docs it produce on your general hoalth T
Do you foci weak, dobilitatod, easily tired?
Does a littlo extra exertion produce pal
pitation of tho heart? Does your liver, or
urinary organs, or your k idnoys, frequent
ly get out of order? Is your urine some
times thick, milky or floeky, or is It ropy
on settling? Or docs a thick skum risa to
the top ? Or is a sediment at tho bottom af
ter It has stood awhile? Do you havo
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your bowels constipated? Do you havo
spells of frainting, or rushes of blood t
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Tho bloom on your cheek as bright? Do
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in youself ? Aro your spirits dull and flag,
ging, given to fits of melancholy? If so,
do not lay It to your liver or dyspepsia.
Have you rostloss nights? Your back
weak, your knees weak, and havo but lit
tlo appetite, and you attributo this to dys
Now, reader, self-akuss, renereal'dis
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all capable of producinn a weakness of tho
gonerativo organs. Tho organs of genera
tion.whon In perfect hoalth, make tho man
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paralysis, spinal affections, suieido, and al
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tho trouble scarcely ever suspected a4
hnve doctored forall but las right nt.
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flush and blood aro supported from thoso
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