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t4i,f,gtheriff , pf. evei•y
-,A4o.oiiltity"iri4aNec, notiow`:.of-auch. elec4Oini ; ,t6;;lre
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..9Cofikre'-W6'.ql.c4Pfea:':lti rstinticW thereof.
•iY - E4rtriole yeollior; ; High . Sheriff `,OV.thei. ‘o o olitY
Y.:4 , 14011G. a o.:t.lioivrore Snit give
oleol t ors of said:county
of., elieaii ; thin >C general
•• lo"olii<ii9dittli;;Ou‘Tootitio,Y),"this'43di:AftY of
Octrifkii4l363, sediind,Tuesday in
iniiiith",yfot the elOctioir of,the following' of
foi,:Gorierttot of the State
449 4 , of . fAdt Switreme
~: Tioo!iteioiie for Aseeinbly, to mare
sent l i g •poantlee ,;of Cleartfeld, k Jeff
,00i!it rd ' in tke‘ House ~of re.
• pr:eiealatteeeof Peaneylvania.'
One -.pert,oti- Ail*Prothonotary, of_McKean
106 e-person tor Sheriff of McKean county.
'' One person furs Iligtoter and Recorder Of Me-
V-Kean county. • ' •
Two persons for County Conunirsioner. • •
persons for County Auditor. '• • •
Ono person fur Coroner. .' • . •
'One person for District Attorney. • •
'.,And.the qualified electors of .the county ;of
MoKesh;' Will hold their 'elution, in the se!.
eral DOtricts u follows:.
. -- •
• ' Tire township of Annin .*tithe river school-
The iloiriugh of 13 mettiporiit theDolid Hon)*
The township olDiadford a.: the school house
• • in Littletdn
•Tlie,lownshdp 'of, Ceres at the house'of E. J.
• The township of Corydon at:the school house
vicar Janies .Parmeter. .L. • '
The tnaruship of 'Eldred.at the ',Eldred Hotel..
'The. • township of Hamlin: at the Aldrich
schOol house... o• -
The township of Hamilton at the school hOuse
near Liaiati Moir:lion. • „ • • -
The township of.Kcating at the -DourtMouse
„The 'township, of Lib'erty at the schoolhouse
in Port:Allegany. ' : • •• •
' The'otownship of 'Lafayette at the 'school
house near the public house of Luther Davis.
The township of Norwich at the houseef 'O.
The towniihip of Otto at the :school house . in
Prentiss • . ,
„, .. • - •
. The triwnyhip of l; 2 ergeartt at the hotise
heloWnship; of -Wetmore at the house of
•Wti..Toby: . •.• • ; ” •
• And also give notice, that every person,
excepting the Justice's of. the, Peace, who shall
hold any office or'-appointnient of Profits or
trust. under. the Covorntierit of the United
Statee, Or Of the State; or : of any city or iiicor
'porated district, Whether a coMmisSolied.ollicer
.torothirwitimsubordinate"officei or atcent,. who
is or, sbill be employed. wider the Legiilative,
Exectivo or. Judiciary department of this State
orof , tho:.Unitod States, of any. , incorporated
. district,: s'od'also, that every member or:Ccin
grees, otthe'Stato Legislaturio'quO. of the select
,anal common Council of.aity city; ,cir • COmthis
eioner of oily" incorporated district, 'is. - by law,
incapable 'of exercising itt: the same timm; the
'office of:Judge, Inspector or Clerk. of an efee
lion in this: Commpimealth 'and. that, no In-"
!rotor; Jiiage or.otlior office of Roy such elec..*
tton,iliallbc eligible to any office , then to be
And in and I.)y. the .4tli Acotioii of in Act, ap
proved the 15 day
. of Aliril, ..1810; it is enacted,,
diet the 1 Eith :snow& of
.an .Act • passed July.
2(1;1859, entitled: an Act'relating to the cloc-
tions in this . Coinnienyealth, Shalt not ..be con
striied as to ,precept any military ..lionitigir
officer froth serving' as. Judge, • Inspector .or
Clerk any any general, or • special erection •Of
this. Commonwealth.' • , •• ,• :
And' the lteturn Judges •of the respective
districts 'aforesaid, are' required meet •in
Stuelliport, the county seat of said county. on
Friday after" the second Tuesday . of October
next,. then' and there
.to discharge the duties
required by law. • . • • .
• Pursuant to the provisions of the 61st section
of the A s et, oevery genereil and epeeist election
shall be opened bettveen the hours of.'and 10
in the forenoon tind shall contioueliithout in-
to eruption or adjournment, until?. o'clock in the
evening, when the polls shall be closed.. • •
TA:liven udder nig hand at Smethport; this, the.
'2il day of September, A. D., 1863, and; of the
Independence of the United States thb eighty
JAMES - Z::BLAIS, Sheriff.
.Ipisi , t of J"rors, Sept. Tenn. 1863:
Bradford-1 B. smith, Orrin Sniith,, OD; H.
Crookcr, Channey Snyder, John Croabh. Dario!'
Frank, B F. Colegrore. - .
Lafayette—Julius Clark; William TalbOt, •
Bidred--:Charlea Woolcott, H. Burnhatn,
Annio 7 4: U. Knapp, W. Vanderthark,
'eeres—Milliant Keyser-, Thomas Bunn, Henry
Sinith; Henry , Chevalier.
• 'Bolethportf..A. Sprague, Roman Lutz. '
Keating' A.. J. Otto. , . •
Otto—William Thempson, C. B. Baldwin.
in.tvansi — Jllll . 4ll3. • •
Eaaterbro ' • . .
iirciford--C. T. Chamberlatn,. Samuel Gray,
;Lorenzo Drake,L. S. Foster, J. A. Lyona,....Ceo,
W. Monroe, Harvey Hargea, • •
• Southport—W. 8. Brownoll, ',lobo Hall,. Adam
Martin, James Ail Donald. • . • '
Keating—lL: O. Kent, FL J. Patterson, If. B.
HialeEnoch l3l4 lol4 . Charlea Whit 4 E. •P. Hosg,
.13: Col nelins, Horace Tyler.
Hamlin-Joseph White. •
Ceres.:—NlmroirLampher, Joseph Carr, NAM!
Gleaeon, W. . King.
C. Robinson, J. 3: Thompson, C.
Baldivin, Isaac Cooper. , •
Aanin—Daniel Buckley; John Brass.
• Norwich-4;a. Smith. . • .
Eldred—Arnold . Reeves, Chrisman, Peter
IE. BLAIR, nor!!!
Ts hereby 'given that the'Adininistratore of
I...4.lleonett'a Mate, have filed in my office. he
accoants cip..ll , ;Bennett;deoeased.littegutrditiii
or the minor, helm of Ni Richniond,.deeeased,
• and , '§r,ill,pietaent the ume foreenfitnuttion at the
next stated Orpheus Coart;to.beteld jek &meth-.
.pmt;onthifflonrth Monday_ of lilegirldit.
' -(1; K. BABTWELI4 - Itegiater,.
PmethPOrt, Aug. 1863.„ • • .
Adoilidid a t ri the s.
Vreilee :la herebtilveLtlutt thei Adoinletaitors
VI, of °Slim&lletutett'a estate,' will present, at
toe-'n'eat stated .- Orphan s - Court, to be held In .
Smethtutlii.the fourth . .lioullay , of. Sept.: Mast,
perk last siadllUal account throonflemaation.
":slokilliort,. Aug. 22," 1868: • '
ereby given, that . Daniel Pea-
P9l l Y4 l Xeeet.o/ of the last, Will and • Testa;.
401,4tet'ilarkot.• yandermark, deeeased,has filed in
~t itkpolnatt.llll3;litst final accounts as said. Ex ,
• -r- e•Sutori:s'and'ivlippre r tietit said 'account/ for con
-116140.10tv-,silito'ittitt stated 'Orphan's Court to
-bi/1 03 141*ftethbor4 on the 4 th Monday Or Belt
tettqlere' A. D. 1861: : • .. . •
• ti:4B.l, 'from, segis€er .
• . • •
r: , : , •
- • , • . ATION
1% - 111MAg - ,fhii.: Non:
tYY J - ritr.ffiader f .. ( Judg4;inCtiii ' Hours..l; :Day.
COurti.ef 'l;fier . ik,Terminer•.stoil ..Gener t al
PeliveinAirartai S.eiWiane Of. the Perice,,..
Phani ) - - ,Ciiift 'and ' . .'Critirtrif :Common Pleas for
Witeati have issued their precept,:
'bearing date Friday; the; rWenry-sixth r.day.'lof
'June . ' in the .year .. of. our - Lord 'one thou::
.sand • eight htindied - and sixty 7 three;. and to me •
I - directed, - for a. Court . arid
Teiniiner, . arid Geheral: Delivery,.Quarter
Sessions of ttui Pence, : Orphans' Court,. and.
Court bf 'Common - Fleas Borough of
Sinethriort,, rm4l4inidayi, ;he 2 8th 'day- of Sept-.
iember !twit, iFid,t(i'conOnue one week:
Notice is therefore hereb y given . tii .. :the
:hers Jiistices ':of the 'Peace'-and . Constables
within the.echintly;that..theyi . .be then and there -
in their proper persOns . ,.at .10 'o'clOCk:A. M. of
said.dity,'-with their tollsi-reinidi, inquisitions,
examinitiOns,.erid . . other. remembrances; todo.
those tbings:.which.their offices appertnin-to be
done.... - And thOsewho are liound. by their- ree'
ognizariges to . prosecute:the Prienthers that are or'
shall he-in the jail of said
,coupty. of M'Keaii,
&retro be then'. and therete'.prosecute against'
them as will be just.. r- •.. •
•:Hated. at',SmetliPert,::this 20th day - of Aug.
1603,. .and" the .8 6th ; year 'of 'the , Ihdepend- -
ence..of . the Unit ed 'States of: America.:.
TRIAL LIST, SEPT. TEM!, 1883.
Tayler . ,vs • A gnapip' & .
•• • '
• C Biirrown,'•• • • ...TIDO June 1856
• Geo W Prentiss - • voi D Darker et al at, 'June 1850
/taW Bellows • : ' re .. Obis It' Del- • - •
' • lowa ••• .• • - • . . 101 Sept 1860
.Coi use of Clark •• , vs ./1 Freeman •• 46 "June . 1861 -
'T W Cole . Ye: Fltsl' oong, • ;"
. • Church Bradford • .8 . 7. June 18 . 61.
Walklll Baal! • ' • Dsnlel
Thee 1. . vs 0 Rifaidiolii. Bekt, • 1661
.Dank 'of Forget:TlN' 'lll Daniel Dingo ,
. • bury . ••.- • • ~-. • -66 Beni 'lB6l
Wslklll Bank' • 'vs . sOme 47 , Dept lBOl,
Jim, B Maiming name . • 88 • Sept' 1861
ilaydole ape orFlelds Ye - Llt Decker. 130 Deo 1801
11 Freeman • •ea W Haskell . :•30. Moll 1862
Hall use of. Taylor • ,vs (I . oorwln 22 ;• June '1862
Itlebar4 BerdenOt al va 0 Dash; . June '1862
Same' " vs Hopkins &
Cummings • • 26 • June 11$82
elms. . •ve c tioyt '26 Jtic!o 1862
vn A G' Otto
vs Bad Prptite June 1862
neekwith use Corwin vs Nideon Irons 72, 'June' 1802
Daniel Lenox .; Neo Starr 84 •June 1802
W D.Aare • vs Thai King •-• • 6 Sept' 1862
'Hell &Morse '. • 'vs Wm .W :Niles 10 Sept :1862
Wm 11.14 • '• ' •vs Sergeant tip. Deo 1802
Daniel Kingtniii • vs •Dradler and . • . •
• 4/airr T• . • • Li •• 15 • • Deg /802
Hingham Trustee' Vs 'Gideon Irene 18 . Dee 1862
'same' . . vs same ..19 Deo ''.7862
jam. •„- vs.. same . 20 Deo 1802
. - -
• . • same ea seine • • 2l • Dec • 1862
(Medea Bridge 9 d ilydo Dec .1962
Blab/tame & Roekirood..ya 9 A Grove; ' . 27 „ Feb 1963
Heatlng et,al we 1.--MoTrltt • 42 • Feb. 1853
JNO.IL 011ADIVI.CE;' Pro th '
Smetbport,•Augunt, 291869, ' . •
BY' VIRTUE orsendiy write Of Yea'titian( Ealianas
• JUP and alias Ventliiiaiti Expanai, issued out 'of the.
• Court of Common Plume of McKean' county, Pa., I hero
levied upon the following described Real Estate which I
shall expose to public, sale at the Court Houeer'in the
Ilerough of ganethpurt, On Monday:the ,981..hAsy of Sep-.
• tembor nexti at ono o'clock P:1111. •-• • , . •
The following described Real Estate i altuate in War
rant No, 89, In Eldred townehin; McKean County; Peon,
Sylvania;Pounded and described nefollaws, to wit:—Be
giuningat beech corner sampling • one 'hundred perches
north of the south-past corner of the abOve named War. '
Vanti thence South fifty perches to a' hernia& cOrner,
thence•Weet three hundred and lifty-threaperchen to"a
corner, thence North fifty perches - to ft . corner, thence
East three hundred andhfty- throe .perclies to .05 . piece
Of beginnlogy 'cznitaining ontrhundred..and , ,two-tenths
scree, strict pleasure, be the.eame attire or loam. •
fifty sores 'lmproved;
,one, framed house, One framed barn,.
a large bearing' orchard and a gobd well of water,. • ,
Seized, takenin Execution and will bo eoldne the pro
perty of Dane 11. Nichole, at.the suit of Erectus Niche's
now for theme! of Aaron Osman & Amu, Caddie;
• The following properly. to.wit;-4ill that c'ertainploce
or parcel of land, beginning et a poet.inthe West line of
'lot No.lo6censigned to Alpha Morse, thence by North
Ihsao (lot No: 110, North'aighti-eoven and, live- eights
degrees Westt r one handrail and 'fifty-nine perches and
nine4enthi of aperch.to the. East line of •lot , No. 101,
thane°. by cold line North one degree three-fotrthe of a
degreellast, neventy:two perches ..antEfive-tenthe of a
perch; to the South corner oflot Igo. 86,:thence by South
• MM. of lots Nos.' 80 er... 96, South eighty-seven degrees
and three-fourthe of a degreellast, ono hundred and fifty
nine perches and nine-tenths of 'a :perch, to the North
, west corner Of lot NO..lo6iforegaid, thence by. West line
of said lot South one degree and three fourths ore degree
. West,' seventy, two perches to the plaee.of beginning, con•
telninit seventy two sores And Six teethe of an Acre, strict
measure, be Cie same more or lees.. It Wang lot N 0.109
.of the allotment of the Binghani Janis in Lafayette town
ship McKean comity • Penneylvanin,.and Part of Warrant
lieleedi„taken In execution; and will be mold am the
property or II A. ?Nller.and Ithotta A. Ifulicr; the cult
of itemerell L.,Tldd, - • . •
. . . ,
: All the white • pine Timber standing* g rowing and ..be
lig uprin Warrants Fortv-nine hundred nndlseienteen,
ThirtyAbur h undred and twenty-four, Thirty-four lion
dresl and twenty-three,-Forty-eight hundred. and seventy
tive . ,.North half of Forty-eight bundled And:seventy nix,
North half of Thirty four twenty-tivo. Thirty-nine hut).
dred , atid nine excepting three hundred on the' West end
thereof, all of which Warrants aro situated in the' Town
ship of Bradford with the exception' of Warrants 4875 and
4876 which are situated in the Township, of Corydon
.in the County of 'll-'Kean and State ol - Pennsylvania le.
gather with tiorright of Ingram and egresa ripen and from
said lands for the 'purpoire.. of .cutting and running the
guild White Pine timber therefrom; and the , :free. use and
enjoyment of the aald.prentices for allpurpoaas necessary
for the cutting-and...running the said timber' for the full
end and term of seventeen. years from the' date hereof.
'ThitedNaich Stb; 1860, All unimproved., •
Seized, taken in execution and sold as the. property of
'Anthony Fay, Samuel W. Ilmiley,'llehjamin parker and
David Harrower, at theault of John F. Rrthbono.
Sherlire 016ce klmeaport r iept. Roth, 1867/ • •
' • ' . • , . JAMES X. BLAIR, Sher'
A JOINT RESOLUTION
.OERTAIN. AMENDMENTS' TO
- Be it resolved by lhe Senate and House of Repre
sentalities of the Commonwealth of Pemisylvania in
Genlb^al Assembly met, That the following amend•.
ments propoaed to the Constitution of the
Commonwealth, in' atteordanea with the provis
ions of the tenth article thereof: •
There shall be an additional. goiction to the
third article of the Constitution, to be designa
ted as section four, as
SECTION 4. Whenever any of , tlie qualified
electors of this Conimonwealth shall be In ' any
actual military service,. under a requisition from
the President of the United States, or by the
authoaity of this Commonwealth, such• electors
may exercise the right of infirage in all elections
by tie citizens, under such regulations as. are,
or shall be, preseribed•by law, as frilly as if they
wore present attheir usual place of election.
There:shall be'two additional sections to the
eleventh articie . ot the Constitution, to be.desifi•
'kited as sections - eight, and nine, as
Sscriox.B. No bill shall be passed by the
Legislature, containing more than one subject,
whioh shall be dearly expresiod in the title, ex
cept appropriation bills.
— iiEfiterioN 9.' .No. bill shall' be :passed by the
Legislature granting any powers, or
.in any case, where the aathority.to 'grant such
:powers,' or privileges, has been, or may hereafter
be conferred upon the courts of this'Common
• 'JOHN CESSNA,
HP taker of Me Muse ofßepresentatives .
• . • JOHN P. PENNEY,
' :•. • • • • .• Speaker of thi Senate.
°mos or Tas Szinommtr or TIM Coimow- Z•
• WEALTII, lixautsitutia, JULY 1863. S
PENNsyLvANIA,ss: . • , •
Nal dctheroby ertifY that thit foregoing and
annexed Is a full, tore and correct copy
1111411111 ! of the original Joint Resolution of the
General Assttmbly,'eutitled " A Joint Resolution •
sproposing, certain Amontlnichta to tilt; Conalitti- -
Von," as tho same renfains on file' in this oltieei •
• 2 111 ntertuouv.lvitereof, I have here ante set my
hand,.aud caused the seal of the' Secretary's oft
tee to be affixed, the.day and year above
tqll• • .. ' ••• ' , " ELI SLIFEI3,
• • • •1 Refiviary of the Cimoitontnealeh.. •
FORCING AND LIFTING.
Theie Pumps have now been .in general. use
n nurnbe of , yeiai . ap;l :give better iatietactieo
than. ailx.otheri• and are;re.cotimended as
by Copt Erricsee, and other eminent" rngineers.
We can 'refer to thousands• using' them, and
guarantee that all will iecomrriend them. They
are more simple in 'construction, and work easi
er,and•cost less than all others. • •
% - lOur readers wilt find the double
preyed Pump'of 3. D. Xesu Cu.; one of' the
beat in the .market. It is very simide, Norte
to :a charm, so that any child may use it; threWs
a steUdY continuous stream, and does not freeze
in the coldest exposures, and:is unusually . cheap.
We say thicknowingly; and giye• the "testi mo
lly of our own accord, witlfout the knowledge
Or requeet of the - proprieters:"—AV. Y. Evening
Poet,. July tar, d 863. . • "..
This may certify that I. hare been using, at
my msnutactory, foethe last fOur yeari,‘West's
Improved Pumps.' .. . I now hive in Use. three. of
said pumps, One of which iv kept constantly at
Work, 24 hours each day (except Sundays) and
pronounce•thern, unhesitatingly, the . best pumps.
that have been brought Jo' my notice, haring
used many otheis previously. They are .sim
pie in thew construction, and not , easily diser-
ranged. Ituns A. WEBB
New York, Oct. 40 .1850.•
J. T).. Weir gs Co.:—We. are pleased. to state
that the 'Pumps we hid Of you; about a year ago
have . been in constant use, 12 hems . each day,
and raise for the. ese:of our W,ooleu Factory,
about 130 gallons per minute.„ . They work with
but little power, compared with pumps we have
used before, and.da not get. out of repair, and
are satisfactory 'in all resyects. Yours, &c.,
.27. Jukie .3262
SOLON Roninson to the. farmers Club, Jen. 23
, ""No farmer who dyne . a 'well or, cietern can
possibly afford to be without an iron pump....lt
should best once a auction and lorce pump—a
perfect little fire engine—such•a:one•known as
tWest'olmproved I speak of this pump
because I happen to know it to•be very
durable', powerful anti' cheap, and it'don't freeze
up, nor gat out Of order. once a • year. I know.
this, and think:l may b 9 doing the farmers
good by speaking of it. A 'bay
• 0 , years "old
can work it, and •throw.a contiauous insch—and 7
a-quarter 'stream: It . can be made to work in
deep wells as well in.as in. shalloW
Famthe New York Observer
" We have had in useler months 'past one 'of
West's Pumps, which has given : us more.satis;
.frictinn as a force and lifting pump thamany we
have.ever used. 'lt is one of great power, and
well adapted , for ship's decks; mines, faCtories,
'green houses, greperies, rc., &c. - The Mining '
Chronicle and'railway.Journaksays: •
It is recommended forlts extreme simplicity of
:consiructiorr,..great strength,. and Consequent
durability and cheapness.at repair. There is 'nb
stuffing box—the pressure beidg held by, a 'cup
packing, like that upod 'the . working' platen,.
working in' a. cylinder, licted for the purpos
within the itplicr air chaniber—which we think
a great improvement, as stuffing is so liable to
be deranged, and leak under strong prerisure, to
say nothing' of the'. loss by. friction Incident
thereto.. It has also two s air ..chambers; tints.
the action of the valve is cushioned' upon" both
sides by' air—preventing'. water hammer, and
liacurnabuinri. The valves are very, accessible,
and simply.and cheaply repaired. :They work
much, easier than any pump we have ever-seen;
the 4 inch cylinder being winked hy children in
wells 100 feet .deep; and are' extremely '
aeap'aswell as simple and strong, We freely
I bave_timed this pump for one summer and
winter, exposed 'to the,North West wind corn—
leg over' Long leland sriund, being the coldest .
possible ezposure; and at nq time did it freeze,
nor were we unable at, anyttime to pump water
with great ease. H. B. Mckvim.
The Undersigned', havinh to use Meet's Im
proved Puinps, cheerfully recimmend them as
simple, durable and powarful ie raising and
throwing water, and for'their .ease of aqtion,
security against frost, s and low. price, we be—
lieve thern sOperior to all othars.
WAIRILN'LELAND,'MOt. Hotel, New, York
J. W. rOATEROY, Yonkers, N. Y. •
.JNO. MX:sSEREAC. N.Y.' • .
DOEINICK LAWII47OCR, Westbliester.'
Cambriage Mine, June 15, 1863
J. - D. WEST Sceo.
Genta—The pump which I ordered for our
Mine is received and put to :work in oUr under- '
lay shaft; which we are sinking. We find that
one man will with ease lift 5o gallons ner.min.
ute. We lifted in three and a half hours all the
water in the shaft, which measures - seven by
twelie feet and .30 feet .deep, and , it was full
when we commenced. •It answers our expect a.
tions in every respeet, and our workmen are
highly pleased with it. It will do great ser
vice with but trifling expense for repairs.
• • , • Buns HIGGINS
We have plenty more such , certificates
hink these are enough'. • For Pumps,
Pipe Sic., address or call upon
J. D, West &.Co.,l79,.Broadway, N. Y.
To. Cohsiaxxiptives... •
PflHB Advertiser, having been restored to health in
1 few. weeks, by a very simple remedy, after havino
suffered several years with a - severe lung .affection, anp
that dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to lattice
knowixto Ws fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire he will send a copy of the prescrip
Lion need (free or charge), with' the 'directions for pre
paring and nising•the same', which they.will find. a suss'
One roe 0011110.Vri1014, ASTEDU, BRONOOIIII3, Ace. The
only object of the Advertiser In sending the Prescription
Is to benefit the. afflicted," and, spread Information which
he conceives to be invaluable, mut he hopes every suf
ferer will try hie remedyiselt *at 'cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing. • • • - • •
• Parties wishing the p.ressri O lon will plasma addreu
Rev. All ARD A. WILSON, •
Molt 90 1 1 1 0 IgewYerlr.
THE Subscriber having purchased this Welt
• known stand ; and refurnished ' and refit
ted thellouse, prepared tci • entertain Board=
era and the TraVeling
AND -Ai3LE, • e
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l . •
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. . .
• " . ' DEPARTgENT OP TII4 INTERIOR,
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Coziatllintlitra, Costiveness, Suppression,
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Front Mrs. E. SYirast, Physician - and Midwife, Bnilon.
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