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TUESDAY BORNING, DEC. It, 1871,
Xurpei It. II. May.
VoHHCihnen Jacob Shrirrr, J. U. Stronp,
W. W, Dlmnd. 8. H, Haslet, .f. Wlnans.
Juetiert of tht J'eacn W. P. Mereilliott,
P. H. Knnj,
,rjnntable .1. N.Toitsworth.
; Vehunt Irirectnr J. Wlnans. J. A. Dalo,
i. A, Proper, Jacob Shriver, D. S. Knox,
U. V. Irwin.
FOREST COUNTY OFFICEPvS.
frntidrnt .Th-Iijc J auks t'AMrnni.L.
1 .rm( Juiigti3. A. Pnoi'Klt, Ax-
gr,rijf-E. L. Davis.
Dittricl Attorney W. W. Masoo. '
'YeuHrr S. Nkti.kt.
J"rot(ionolnrj, Jtegittcri Iiecortler, .
J. II. Aonnw.
CbmmiffiHi' V.'P. WnRKLicn, IIknj.
Ii.i.iott, PicrKit MkbciLmott.
- jannht tiHfieri'nten'lentH. F. ltoiiiiv.n.
Jury LnnmiitionersJxn. GlLPtLLlAX,
County tlurveior S.T. TnwiJf.
. fbroner Josiaii Wisans.
' County A mlitor. l Hack KIT, Em
tlof.EMAN, Wm. Clahk.
Membercf VongrcM I'Mh District O. W.
Atnte naf-W. A. Wai.lacs!.
Aewbly JoilMO. II ALL.
. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
' I wish to eitd oil' all hooka for
' Viihling within thu present week, tlint
vome in. All who have hooks to bind,
will please bring them to tlio llEnn-
LICAX office during this week, and
good work and reasonable prices will
be guaranteed. W. li. Dunn.
We are a little delayed this week
od nccouut of Sheriff's Sales, which
ppear in another column.
Ford. Wenk loft last week to go
to East Brady to help Mr. Lawrence
run his hotel.
' Services, morning and evening,
v ill bo held in the M. E. Church, on
Sunday next by Rev. S. S. Burton.
Coal is quite plenty now, and is
bringing 20 to 22 t-is. per bushel. We
will take a loud or two oi. siiliscriiii ion.
J. L. C.nig, the Station Agent re
cently assigned to this pluee, w ill soon
liring his family to town, aud becoino
. Business of importance will come
" before the Temple of If-uior on Fri
day evening next. A full alteudauee
Miss Adi-Iva Roberta was at home
Jast week,' a few days on a visit. She
-wont back to her schoul at Clarion the
Jas of the week.
Vaccinatum has been performed
on a great 'uuiuAier' of our citizens aud
.llA- lllRn.llil' H..lll!..ll U
mu ju;iiii otii bion iiuyu sore arms
r; ith a few exceptions.
Deeds, SubpuMius, Executions,
i ''warrant, Suminons, Informations,
Notes and Leases, kept constantly oh
i V,..,.l ..,.1 I',.. ., l . 1.:., ..r: ...
.'"u tu iui paiu ait una I'llico.
II. II. May, Esq., bus returned
from a trip of four weeks to Lot.isville.
He is looking hearty. He reports his
ami, W. II., as doing finely and having
"Wo have heard that there was
oino danger of Timothy Donovan
losing his leg entirely, from the ctTects
of the net-idem by which his leg was
1 We noticed three dee re being ship,
ped at the depot on Mouday to par-
tie living at a distance. -A good many
F-of the deer creatures are being sluin
,iijj the creek.
Our Fort Pitt Correspondent was
in town last week. He says the rea
son he does not communicate is thut
tho mill is shut down at present, and
motliing is goitig on except stocking.
Work on Capt. Knox's new build.
Jng is suspended for the present, but
will be resumed nguiu as soon ax the
remainder of ids lumber comes, weath
D. W. Clark has moved into his
mew house, which is about us comforta
ble a dwelling as a person needs. The
' Work is all done but the paiuiing,
'which will bo finished in the spring.
' We invite attention to a corrected
time table of the Allegheny Valley
It. li., which will he found on the
second paye (of tiiis issue. We received-it
too late fer.corrcction oil the out
Mrs. F.E. Hinir.an, a -daughter
inTSam'l McClintock, died at jhe resi
ence of her father, in Harmony Tp.,
ihis county, yesterday morning. We
liave not learned when or where the
funeral services are to be held.
A great deal of lumber is now in
A bad condition in tha creek and river,
being frozen iu tight, the water having
backed over them after the ice flopped,
nd frozen. They will iu all proba
bility go nut with the ico.
The ice in the river stepped on
Tuesday night last, and most of the
fiver was frozen over on Wednesday
morning. The skating is said to be
very good in spots. Some few teams
crossed oi) the ice during tin week,
but it is very dangersous. W hope
to hare a solid bridge here durinjr tWs
Mr. Lewis Kicsler of East Hick
ory linn returned from Cincinnati. He
had charge of lumber belonging to the
firm of II. A II. II. Stow & Co., and
made the trip in fifteen day.
Snow enough fell last weeK to fur
nish an excuse for getting out sleds
and sleigh bells, but at no time yet
this winter has the sleighing been
good. About six inches of now just
about now would help things amazing.
The Beaver Oil Company.nf which
Mr. Ira Anderson h Manager is put
ting down a new well on Hiram
Heath's farm in Hickory Township.
They are down 200 feet ami are drill
ing about 20 feet each day.
Jas. Dimond, of Oregon, N. Y.,
formerly a '.-ilizon of this place, was
in town on a visit last week. He isiu
very good health, and reports Wru's.
family likewise William will pn.ba
hlynit in an appearance here about
On Monday about noon Mr. II.
Swaggort's house, across the river from
Trunkeyville, was consumed by fire.
Mr. Swnggart succeeded In saving the
most of his furniture, but lost consid
erable grain, provimnns &c. The fire
caught from the stove pipe.
Ernest H. Stow and Wesley Ball,
who have been spending their vacation
at their homes, at East Hickory, re
turned to their school at Ediuboro, on
Monday last, accompanied by Leon
ard Range, of Ilarmo-.iy. They are
all young men who will improve their
We are indebted to Jno. R. Lou
thnr, Esq., of the firm of Ferd, Barn,
dollar & Co.,, of Pueblo, Colorado,
who was formerly n citizen of Forest,
for files of Colorado papers, among
which we noticed more particularly
The People, w liich is a paper of mark
ed ability, and a model of typograph
ical neiiliicss. Thanks.
The Quarterly Meeting for Hick
ory Circuit, was held, as annonced on
D-c. 2d and 3d. Rev. Q. L. Mead.
Presiding Elder was present and
preached. Tho collection amounted
to S17.C5. The next Quarterly Meet
ing for that circuit will be held at
Beaver Valley on the 17th and 18th
A Christmas ball will be given a,
the Tionesta House on Fridoy even
ing, Dec. 22.1. Two bands will be in
attendance, and good music may be
expected. A committo of gentlemen
and two floor managers of undoubted
ability in lliut direction, have been
choeo to carry out the programme,
and we have no doubt that a good
dance will 1)3 Lad.
There was quite an excitement in
East Hickory on last Tuesday morn
ing, occasioned by the report that n
individual had forzen to death the uiht
at the residence of Doc. Allison. The
fears of sympathetic people were some
what composed when it was definitely
ascertained that the departed one was
only a hound puppy. Hequitscat in
Another meeting has been had
between Coburn and Mace, tho prize
fighters, which resulted in a draw game.
Both parties were evidently ufraid
they would get hurt, and after order
insr the 'contestants' to the scratch sev
eral tiniia the referee decided the fight
a draw, and all bets off. We were in
hopes that one of them would be kill
ed in the fight, and the olliei hanged
for his murder. But,
"Tw-us ever thus from chMJhood's hour;
I've Heeu my foumlost hopes decay."
P. O. Notice.
All those who rojeive papers, mag
a zincs &c, at Tionesta P. O. are noti
fied to pay the postage within the pres.
ent week, or afte r that time, they will
be withheld. J. M. McKay, P. M.
NoTicp. A meeting of tho Stock
holders of the Oil Creek and Alle
gheny River Railway Company will
be heM at the office of the Company,
In Philadelphia, at No. 230 Walnut
St., on the 19th day of December, A.
D. 1871, at 12 M., for the purpose of
considering and acting on Articles of
Consolidation and Merger of tho Union
Hinl Titueville Rail Road Company,
with Itie Oil Crek and Allegheny
River Railway Company.
F. A. Phii.lii8, Sec'y.
Corry, Nov. 30, 1871. 38 2t
I desire to return hearty thanks to
Sidney C. Smith, f r tho present of a
barrel of the best flour on Thanksgiv
ing Day. Jesus tiid: "Inasmuch as
ye have done it unto one of the least
of these my brethren, ye have done it
unto me." Many thanks are also giv
en to T. J. Bowman for tho gift of a
pair of good pantaloons. May a thou
sand of Heaven's choicest blessings
abide upon these noble friends.
J. A. Humi:,
Fni Hi'-k'Ty, Ps.
Again ahead of all I is the exclama
tion wo make on opening "Peterson's
Magazine" for January. It is impose '
bio to conceive how a lady's book
could be handsomer, or more perfect.
"I Wonder if I Could Dance," the
principal steel -plate, la one of the
most charming we have ever seen.
Another steel-plate is "The New Gov
erness," illustrating a beautiful tale by
the author of "Kathleeu's Love-Story."
Tho double size mammoth, colored,
steel fashion plate is a gem of loveli
ness: these colored, mammoth steel
plates are a specialty .with "Peterson."
The price is but two dollars a year,
with great deductions to clubs; and
splendid premiums are offered to the
persons getting up clubs. Specimens
are sent gratis. We advise parties to
see a specimen before subscribing for
anything else. Aldress, Chas. J.
Peterson, 306 Chestnut Street, Phila
delphia. Notice. Thoso who have not yet
paid their subscriptions to the M. E.
Church Building in this place, arc
earnestly requested to pay the same to
me at once.' There is a church del t
now due which these subscriptions
were made to meet. Both subsrciptioii",
the old ond the new, have matured,
and the time has now come when the
church debt must be settled. Please
give this matter early attention.
By order of the Board of Trustees
of M. E. Church.
Milks W. Tate,
Sec'y. & Treas.
The Aldine fok Christmas, 1871.
The long expected Christmas num
ber hos arrived, and right royally have
the publishers kept faith with their pat
rons. A volume in itself, there are few
holiday books of any price that can
compete with the sumptuous elegance
of this isssue of that remarkable pe
riodical, The Aldine.
The paper and the engravings nr
fully equal in quality to the finest
holiday books, and the pages folded
down to the size of ordinary "4to,"
would make a volume of 128 pages,
which, in cloth binding would retail
for $5 00 : All of which, is afforded for
one dollar, or to yearly subscribers
for twenty-five cents ! Surely no bet
ter example could bo asked of the
mighty power of the printer's art to
extend a refining iufluence to the
We would fnin dwell with a printers
pride upon the subject of this splendid
tribute to our art, bur we hope we have
said sufficient to enable our readers to
appreciate the importance of secur
ing n copy for theselves, which they
can do by addressing the publishers,
James Sutton & Co., 23 Liberty st
ExtraetM, IVi lumery, Hair Oils, Tooth
HruHhcH, Comes and all kinds of Toilet
Articles al tho Superior Lumber Co. .Store.
SilkOimp. Silk Friu , Siik Velvet
Ilibbons, (Iliupiire Lace, ilk nod Velvet
Dutioiis, and all kinds of Press Trimmings
for sale ut Superior Lumber Co. Store.
A full lino of All Wool Long and
Squaio, Imitation Paisley, and lilack Me
rino Shuwls for Sale at Superior Lumber
A full line of Ladies' and Gents' fall
and winter Silk, Mil' Lisle and Kleeea
Lined lllovcs at Superior Lumber Co.
A full lino ol Undorw-ear, knit and
Woollen Goods to be r eeived soon at the
Superior Lumber Co. Storo.
Table- Linen, Toweling, Linen Nnp
kitiH, Plain Irish Linen, llird's Kyeandall
kioils of Linen and Linen UoodM at Su
perior Lumber Co. Storo.
Good stylos of Paper Collars for lUetsl
a box, at the Superior Lumber Co. Store.
L -o and Li non Collars in groat varie
ty, at tho Superior Lumber Co. Store. .-
Tho newest styles of lilies' Corsets at
the Superior Luinbci Co. Store.
Just received a new lot of Coatings
and (,'ninieies, at the Superior Lumber
A full lino and superior quality of Hilk
Ribbons, received uud for mio at Superior
Lumber Co. Storo. -
Ge.it' Hats and Caps, Fall and Winter
Rtylcx, Men and Uoya' JtootM, u.ho a full
variety of Ladioa' I.auo Hoots, Shoos, Gai
ters and Ovcrtihoes at Superior Lumber
llaid to l)cat thut new lot of Gents'
Paper .Collurn, jut received at Superior
Lumber Co. Store.
Photograph Pictures and Frames at thn
Superior Lumber Co. Store.
The Superior Lumber Co. Store
has just re- eived a large stock of over
coatings, cloths, cassimeres, and goods
connected with the Tailor Department,
which we are bound to sell out ut very
low prices, iu order to reduce our large
stock of goods before taking si-ick on
Jan. 1st. A fine assortment of Holi
day books. Come one come all and
buy your holiday goods.
C'AKPn.vrEKS, Blacksmiths, Saw mill
men, Oil men, and other citizens ot
Forest county, w ho are iu want of any
thing iu the Hardware line, should go
to Andrews & Co., Tidioute. They
have the largoj-t stock in this section
ot the country. They are making und
repairing all kinds of Machinery and
f-.-iw mill rgtlnjr at fhrt nti-e 1 tf.
Jury List for December Term, 1871.
Jenks John D. Hunt, Foreman.
Barnctt John O. Brandon, Robert
Ilulings, Archie Black.
Green William McCam, Phillip
Walters, Philetus Thompson.
Hickory Ahiza Turdy, Thos. J.
Bowman, Elias Albaugh.
Harmony Austin Slater, C. L.
Hauna, George Dunlap, Josiah Neil).
Kingsley Daniel Harrington, Hor
tou Murphy, Alfred Patterson, George
Tioneeta Andrew Mealy, Peter
Lovell, Christopher Cropp, Samuel E.
Tioiiesta Boro. A. II. Steele, S. S.
PETIT JCROR.3. - -
Howe Ileury Fox.
Jenks Raymond Ilettish, James
Walton, Rufus Dodge, Noah K. Bui-
Barnett Herman Knight, Peter
Knight, Isaac Gordon, Peter Gaillev.
Diuiicl Altman, James Rodgcrs, John
Lackuor, John Eck, John Kellogg,
William Williams, Edward Kerr,
Douglass Moore, Philo Williams.
James Black, Jr., Thomas Fitzgerald,
David inegard James Dugaii, Johu
Hickory William Connelly, Sam
uel Dcmpsey, William Manross, Chas.
II. Albauirh, Mathew Elliott. Richard
Seckridge, Henry Suavely. Henry
Glasmer, Henry Keifer, William B.
Hall, Joseph Mealy James Hunter.
John 8. Iiimgo, James A. Brown,
Harmony John Wills, John Cor
nelius, George Manross, Francis M.
Vogus, J. F. Connelly, Nathan Case,
Jacob Vedder, William B. Unwell,
William Pryor, John Snyder, George
Swcatland, James Black.Samuel Man
row, F. W. Hamilton, Jno. W. Sig
gins, Winfield Scott, Ira Canfiold.
Kingsley Harrison Morgan, John
II. Uest, Henry Zindle, Charles South
worth, N'ithan Burdick.Sainuel Levey,
Jacob Berlin, Frederick Lewis, James
Tioiiesta Johu Greenan, Madisdn
Church, George Huddleson, John Ho
gan, Jo'in Carney, John Alio, Jacob
Zents, Robert Alt, Samuel Clark
Green James Haslet, James Wal
ters, Ernest Beherns, Bobcit Broni
buugh, William Myers.
Tiuuesta Boro. G. W. Sawyer, A.
II. Partridge, Joshua Thompson, John
W. btroup, Silas J. Wolcott, J. Taylor
Dale. . . .. r .
Leaving the Eaht and arriving at
Chicago or Indianapolis, how shad we
reach the West? The beet Lino is ac
knowledged to be the C. B. & O..
joined together with the B. A M. Rail
road by tnelrou Bridgeut Burlington,
and called the Bmu.i.NaTOjr Route.
The maiu line of tho Route running
to Oiiiuha. connects with the great Pa
cific liouds, and forms to-day the lead
ing route to California. I'lie Middle
Uiuucli, entering Nebraska at Plaits
uiouui, posse iiuough l,iucolii, the
Oiuie Cuiuu, uud wat tins year Ie
Uuisouu iu iJ oi t Kearney, forming the
siiunwi rjuto across the Continent by
over ilKJ miles.
Auoiuer uiauch of the B. M., diverg
ing at lied Oak, talis uitu u line niii
luug iiowu the Mitisoun through oi.
Joe to Kansas City, ami all Kansas.
PuancUjjeis by this route to Kansas,
see inmois, Southern Iowa, uud Mis
souri, aud, by u slight divergence, can
see .Nebl'uika ulso.
iiovein of line views should remem
ber the liurliugto'u Route, lor its low us
"High gleaming from alitr" its tree- j
lriugeii steams Its rough bluff's and
quarries its coru-oceaus stretching
over the prairies further than eye cau
Laud-buyers will be sure to remem
ber it, for they have friends among
the two tbousaud who have already,
bought farms irom Geo. 8. Harris, thu
Land Commissioner ol the B. & M.
li. R. al Burlington. Iowa, or among i
the four thousand home steaders aud
preemptors who luet year filed claims
iu the Lincoln laud olfice, where "Un
cle Sam is rich eiiutigh to give us all
The Beit Jewelry House
In Northwestern Pennsylvania is sit
...,t.l .... .1.. - M'.. .... l !
uufc.u vim imu li'i uri ui li MIC! nilll
and Chestnut Streets, Meudville, "Pa.,
and is owned by M. P. Jenks. He
has just received a largo and superior
stock of Jewelry, which he has mark
ed down to the bottom figures, and we
cau conscientiously recommend this
bouse to our readers if they want any
thing ill that line. The slock is very
extensive, uud one cannot fail to suit
himself iu anything iu this line. Give
Junks a call w heu you go to Meadville,
and you will not regret it. 27 if
We are agent for us good a book
bindery as there is an yw here. We are
prepared to do all tint liindiii which j
may bo brought to us, at low lutes, I
aud satisfaction guaranteed, rtsinjil.-s j
eun be sort st tVd f rfire '
' Fop Sale,'
The desirable Farm, known as the Dr.
Sibbald Farm, containing about 80
acres, bottom sand, located on tho Al
legheny River, three miles above Tio
ncsta. Good two-story framo house,
large barn, good orchard, and desira
ble improvements. For terms &c. en
quire of W. W. Mahox,
or Beogi A Sinclair,
33 tf Cleveland, Ohio.
We have just received a full sup
ply of Ladies' Furs, Mufls and Capes,
also Gents Fur Collars, which we of
fer at very low prices. Also Woolen
Blankets from $3.75 to $9 00 per pair
10-4 and 1 1-4 wide, Gents Woolen
Scarfs, Ladies' Knit Shawls, Nubias,
Wool Hoods, &c, Ac.
Si prnion Lumber Co.
Prospectus for 1372.
A Jlrprrtenttttivc nnil champion 0 Ameri
An I 'Ititttratrit Sfnntlthi Jonrnnl etaimeii to
be the tmniUomcut liper inthe Wut OL.
NEW FEAlURES FOR 1872.
As n guarantee of tho excellence of this
department, tho puhli-hcr would boir to
annoumw during the poming year, ppoct
iiiens from the following em. nent Ameri
can ArtistH i
W. T, Richards, . Victor N'elilisr,
Wm. Hart, Wm. H. Wilcox. '
Win. Beard, J anion IS. Ileard,
George Smiley, .lames Smiley,
Aim. Will, It. Piiruet,
Granville Perkins, Frank Heard,
V. O. C. barley, Paul Dixon,
Those pictures aro being reproduced
without rcimrd to expense, by the verv
best engravers in tho country, and will
bear tho severest critical comparison with
the best I'oreiirii work, it leinr tlm deter
mination of ihe pnbliNhers that Til K A L
DINK shall be a sueeesKful vindication of
Am rienn taste in competition with anv
cxiwtinir publication in tho world.
Where so much attention U paid to illus
tration and get up of tho work, too much
dependence on appearance may very
naturally be feared. To miticipa'to kuc.i
niiHHivintfs, it is only necessarv to slat-,
that, the editorial inaiiuKciiicii't of Tills
ALDINE has been intrusted to Mr. Kich.
ard Henry Stoddard, who has rocoived as
surances of assistance from a ho-t of the
most popular writors and poets of tho
THE VOLUME FOR 1872
w ill contain nearly :kki panes, and about
2."i0 tine enirraviitttH. Coiiimenciiifr with
the numboi lor Jannry, every third num-
I or will contain a beautiful tinted picture
on plate paper, I user tod as a frontir.oioee.
The Christmas number for 1872, will oh a
splendid volume In .tsolr, connmiing tiltv
enirravlnps, (four in tinti and, allTionuii
retailed at $1 will be sent without extra
charge to all yearly autmcribcrs.
A Chrome to every Subscriber
was a very popular feature lnit vcar, and
will bo repeated with the present vdiiuio.
The publishers have purchased and repro
duced, at great expouse, tho beautitul oil
painting by Skis, entitled "Damh Na
TUKE'n Mc-dooi.." Tho nliroim, is 11x13
Inches, and is an exact lac-xiinilo, in Mim
and appearance, of the original picture.
No American ehromo, which will at all
oomparowith it, has yet bum otfurudat re
tail fo less than the price asked for I'll K
A I. DIN li and It to ether. It will lie do-,
livered free, with the January number, to
every subscribers who pays for one year
TERMS FOR 1872.
One cop), one year, with Oil CAromo (fi.00
Vive Copies, " " 20.00
Any person sending 10 names and $40
will receive an extra copy gratis, making
II copies fur tho m mev.
Any person wisn.uto work fur a premi
um, cau have our premium circular on ap
plication. Wo irivo inanv beautiful and
desirable articles ottered by noother papor.
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ly. as our airout, wilt apply, u ith reference.
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tion of Pennsylvania.
R it fieolrml by the Senate an I Ifnve
of tcprrKentntirnn nf the (miiionrettlth of
I'cnnxilvan a in Uenrrat Anscmhli nttt,
That tho follow ing amendment ortlioCon
Htitution of this Commonwealth lie pro
posed to tho peoplo for their adoption or
rejection, pursuant t tlioprovisionsot the
tenth article th-reof, to wit:
Strikeout tho Sixth Section of tho Sixth
Article of tho Cunsti tition, and inertln
lion thereof the following:
"A State Treasurer shall bo ehosen hv
the qualified electors of the State, at such
tinios and for such term of service as shail
be prescribed by law."
JAMKS IT, WRRrt,
Speaker of the notice of Representatives.
WILLIAM A. WALLACK.
Sneaker of the Senate.
Approved tho lifWnth dav of Jnnn.
Anno Domini one thousand oight hundred
JNO. W. rtEATtV
Prepared and eertilied for pulilication
pursuant to tho Tenth Article of the Con
stitution. F. .lol'.DAN,
Secrotarr of tho Common wealth.
OflKss Serrot irvor tho Commonwealth.
IlnrrMmrg, .Iulv5!h, IM7I. J
GROVER & EAKER
S K W I X M A CII I X E S .
T io following are selected from thous
ands of testimonials of Fimilnr character,
as expressing the reasons for tho prefer
ence of the Grover& Baker Machines over
all others. .
' "Tliko tho drover ,t Ttaker Ma
chine, In the first place, hecattso If T had
anV other, I should still want a Grover
Itaker i and having a Grover A Raker it
answers the purpose of all the rest. It
docs a urreatcr variety of work and iseasier
to iearn than any other," M rs. J. C. Cro
ly (Jenny June)
' "I have had several yonrs' expe
rience with Grover Maker Mnchi "e.
which has irlven mo grfst sntlsfivtlnn. 1
think tho Grovor.t Maker Machine is more
easily managed, and ress liable to cot nut
of order. I prej'er tho Grover iv linker do
eidcdly." M r. Dr. Watts, New York.
"I have had one in mv fhmilv for
some two years; and Cioin what I know
of iu workings, and from tho testimony ol
many of my friends w ho use the a mo. 1
can hardly see howauythingeould bo more
complete or give belter satisfaction."-
Mrs. Gen. Grant.
"I believe It to be the best, all
things eoiiHidorud.orauy that I have k now n
It is very simple and easily learned; the
sew ing trout the ordinary spools is a groat
advantage; thestiUihis entirely reliable;
it does ornamental work U-autifully ; it is
not liable to get out of order. Mrs. A.M
Spoonor, 36 Bond St. ilrooklvn.
'I am acquainted with the work of
ine prmcinai machines, and I prerer the
Grover .V llaknr to them all, because I con
sider the stitch more clastic. I havo work
in the limine which was dono nino vears
ago which is still good." Mi-n, Dr.' Mo-
ureauy, o, Kast ttkl street, N. Y.
"More than two-thirds of all the
Rewlngdouo in my family for the last two
years brs lieeo done bv Grover A Maker's
Machines and I never liad a garment rip
or noon mending, except loose rents w men
trolK-some boys will make in whole cloth,
It Is, In my opinion, by far the most valu
ablenf any I hove tried," Mrs, Henry
"The (trover A Baker Sewin-r Mi.
ehinn has lendered in tvery respect, tho
most perfect satislactlon. It combines to
niany advantages with beauty of evocu
iiou ami economy m price that II Is a ne-
cesity in every household." Mrs. Govcr
nor Geary, llarrisburg, Pa.
"I have had tho Grover A linker M.
chine for ten or twelve yetrs tn constant
use in my house I have seen and known
every kind ol family sowing, both per.
sonal and household, accoinplisltcd up
tho Grover A Itaker Machine, to theenti.
Mitiataetioii of all concerned, Hov. Stephen
II. 1 villi,
"I iiud thoGrovor A Baker StiU h will
wear ashing as tho garments do outwear
the varment iu fact. Tho stitch will not
nreak on bias seams, w lieu stretched.
others do ; and neither does it draw the
work." Mrs. Dr. Whiting, 4 ICast tweu
ty-lburth street, N. Y.
Tho Grover and Kakor Sowing Machine
Company manufacture both the Klastic
and Lockstitch Machines, and ofier the
public a choice of tho best machines ol
both Kinds, at taoir establishments in all
the large cities, and through agencies In
nearly all towns throughout tho country.
Prico lists and samples of sewing in both
stitches fu rnlHlie.il on application to Grovoi
A linker H. M, Co., 127 Wood Street, Pitts
4 i J NT WANTED.
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Inventr w ho wfsii to take out Letters
Patent aro advised to counsel with Muiin
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American, who have prosecuted claims
bclore the Patent otlice for over Twenty
Yours Their American and F-uropcnii
PiUi nt agency is tho tmatt extensive in the
w urlil Charges Ums than any other relia
ble agency A pamphlet containing lull
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It i-f W 1 Kclailcd bv one.
ai. Ills to Hell iiicluros i vci-v
Whitney d- Co., Norwich, CI., 24
(WIfl las boiiii Intel v paid bv Con
UJnl grcss to a lady for I. or
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from tho Indians. Slio was a prisoner
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is a wonilcrlul one, eudorsmi bv noted
I 111 K IS, OFFIt Fits, ( ONGIllv-SMKN,
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I t U I'AHMFUS WAN TFDto in
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tow ns. A rare chance, to turn hour into
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A;i: rs VAXTi;i
I.OIt "Convent Lite I'liveded, " bv
f.ditb o i mi limn, ;.,ciipi d Nun, ii ln,:.t.
ilis-losii res aie thrilling and startling, j
I I rankJiu P jU. Co, 7ti Cli.tui!t St, I'liba
i P. ' i .
To tho Nervooui
4 JL V
1 r AW
3D ET3 ITL,ITAT E3 X) .
ITOSK su(TerinTS havo hnon protrsot
ed from hidden ausea, and whos
cases requiro prompt troatmcot to render
existence lUsirabls i
If yon are suffering, or hare ioTer4 'f
from Involuntary diwbarges, what effeol
loos it produce on your gnnoral hraltht
T ... ...... r i t. j .i : i .1 !iii.Ait
I'VJ jrou iT-i nnii, ut-oiiiiitirii, I-MSIIJ UICUI
Ddis a little extra exertion prodnco pal- -pitatinn
of thehenrtT Hoes your liver, r
urinary orgnus, Or your k Idneys, frequent
ly get out of order? Is your urine some
times thick, milky of fhrf-ky, or li It ropy
.... UA,tl: -,- n v,iv -1-..... . -;-n I
the top? Or is a sediment at the bottom f-
tor IT. Iina BtOoil fcivhitnf Tin von hitv -
spells of short brenthingor dispepsia? Are
vour bowels rotistlnatedf Do vou fiv
spoils of frainting, or rushes of blood t
the head ? Is your memory linpnrel ? It
your mind constantly dwelling on tlda
subject? Poyou foci dull, ll.-itloss, moplnp,
. : 1 r Mi- m ,A
inu.1 .fi com fan j , i.t iiir I ivu ou tiibb
n ire leu aiouo, away irom every oooyj
Does any Utile thing tnvkeyou start er
Jump? Is j-our sleep broken or restless?
Is tho lustre ofyour-yo am brilliant?'
The bloom on vour cheek aa bright? : D
you enjoy yoursolf in society as well ? D
you purstio your business with tho same
energy ? Do you feel aa much confidence
in youself? Are your spirits dull and Jlag.
gitig, given to fits of melaucholy ? If , .
do not lay It to your liver or dyspepsia.
Have you restless nights? Your bark
weak, your kneoa weak, and have but lit
tle appetite, and you attribute th. t if a
Now, reader, elf-abase, yere!tj 4-
cascs badly cured, and sexual excesses, are
all capable of producing a weakness of ths
generative organs. The organs of genera
tion, wheu in perfect health, make the maa
Did you ever think that those hold, deO
int, energetic, persevering, snoeemftil business-men
are always those whose" genera
'Ive organs are in perfect health? Yom
never hear Mich inon complain of being
melancholy, of nervousness, of palpitation
of the heart. They are never afraid Ibsy
cannot succeed In buslnoss j they don't be
come sad and discouraged ; they aroalways
polite and pleasant in the company of la
dies, aud look you and them right in ths
lace nono of your downcast looks or any
meanness about them. I do nat mesa
tnose who keep the organs Inflated by
running to excess. Those will not only
ruin their constitutions, but also thss
they do busluesa wUU or fos. . ;
How mnny mn, nwmjbadly eure "dls
"aes, from tho enV-ts of self-nlm'se an4
excess, have brought alx ut that state of
weakness in those organs that has reduced
the gcnetU system so much as to produce
almost every otherdisease Idiocy, lunacy,
paral vsls, spinal alloetions, suleidA, and al
most every other fbrin of disease whirs,
hliinanitv is hoir to. and the real cause of
the trouble scarcely ever supported sad
have doctored fur all but Ike right.oae.
Diseases of these organs require the ase
of Diuretic. HKLM HOLD'S FLt'IB
EXTHAUT BUCHU is the freat Diuretic,
and is a certain cure for diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Orjiau- .
It- Weakness, Keioalo Coinjlulits Gener
al Debity, and all diseases of tho I'rinarj
Urgans, whether exislilig In Male or Fe
male, from whatever cause nriginatlug, '
and no matter of how long standing. -
If no treatment Is submitted to, Cm
sumption or Insanity may-rusu - O I
llesli ahd blood are supiwrteU front these
sources, and the health ana happiness, '
a-sd that of Posterity, depends asset
prompt ueuf a itlisble rsuied. '
Helnibold's Kx tract Iluchu, estubllkhsl
upward of I'J.A'iars, prepared by II. T.
HKLM ISOLD, Druggist, :,W4 ltroailwsy. ,
New York, and 104 Ssuth 10th Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. PnicK $1.U." per bottle
or 0 bottles for $ii.50, delivered lo any ad
druss. Isold by all DrugosUieveryw Ure.
XT ON II AI;R GFNCIXH I'SI.MS
1 DONK TP IN STFI. I NtiKA 1-D
Wi upper, I'sc sinilo of mv Chemical Wsr-
house, find signed 1L T. HKLM U IJJ.