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CorDERSPORT, JULY'I2, 18G0.
cad.—We have had two ,or. three cold
,ys airing 60. ICO week—a-griat-coal
c omfortable out-doorsi: while a fi re
necessary to conifort iwdoor. -
l a y our comp9sitors-coUldmit Seel; pe
%bout a fire. The weather will doubt
ditinue cool till after the eeljpse. on
18th. - -
pec-nic was,helsi on Ayres' Hill on
,e 4th of July, which was attended by
r Brass Band and a mithbey of Our'eit
ea. Those present from here report
at it vas a very, pleasant and creditable
• r , It was held under the auspices
the Ayres' Hill and Homer :Sabbath
chools. . • _
lccident.—On Friday last; Mr. Lem-
Sherman, of Pike : township, was Lil
o; his corn with a cultivator, having a
,it hiteLed to it, when the Colt became
*gbiened by some horses playing in the
d, and jumping forward,. thrcw. Mr.
kerman down on the shanks , of the cal :
.tor teeth, cutting his face badly, nod
• rly killing him. lie was carried into
.e house insensible, but we learn that
was doing well on Saturday.
The Eclipse.—A half eclipse of the sun
dl take place on Wednesday; the 18th
t., beginning at i :10 in the morning
.d lasting two hours. The greatest ob
oration is at 8 :10. We have received
very handsome colored diagram of the
!ipso and its line of travel, containing
;o valuable calculations add statistics
astronomy, from Prof. Asa
ew York, author of astronomical works.
.e diagram is very ya:uable, - and will be
of to any one enclosing him a dime and
.ree cent piece, addressed to hiarai Post
;,ee, station E., Bth, Avenue; New York.
A comet is now visible in the northern
yin the evening. It is a large one,
d will not visit the Earth again for 15,-
0 years hence; so all should take a look
it while they have a chance.
PROFANE SIVEARItiO.—It is not gen
fly known that the Revised Penal Code,
tsed last winter makes all persons who
:.1 loosely or profanely of God, Chnst,
e Holy Spirit, or the Bible, liable to an
diement for blasphemy, the penalty for
ich is a fine not exceeding" one bun.
ed dollars, or_imPrisonnlent_nos exceed.
thiee mbnUis, or - b7;th - , - a - t - the dsscre•
.a ofthe court. Persons in the habit
swearing had better be careful, as 110
,cer who regards his oath of office can
oid returning to Court all persons who
e guilty of the offence above specified.
PROBABLE MultDEß.—Thomas Mosier
Bloomfield townsilip, was committed
Jail in this place, on last Thursday.
arged wish the murder of his wife. It
'so that they were married but a few
inths and for some cause have twice
I t rated during that time. Last week
eleft him in Greenfield, Erie county;
d carne to her father's in Blontralad.
.followed her there and endeavored to
nude her to go bank with him—:-but
theist success. ,- Ile remained over
ht, and as he was' leaving he discov
., her at a window sewing. He picked
an axe at the wood-pil; and going
, ad to the back door entered the room
.are she was. She sprang upon a bed
endeavored to escape erom him,
knocked her down and inflicted sev
' murderous wounds on her neck, face
head from which she Tau scarcely
ever. At last accounts she was stl.l
P. S.—.We since learn that she is dead.
As old iiarkey in Washington who sup
, from the extraordinary preparations
- were being made to receive the Jr.
peso embassy,• that it, was composed of
prior order of beings, delivered him
thus, after they had arrived: "Why
rain% nothin . more'n colored folks, wid
theads shaved. Plenty colored folks
da town - whiter den dey. is. Better
t come here. Go tom foolin' round too
somebody snake 'em off and sell
to New Orleans. De Lord bress us
niggers is lookin' up."
A TEXAS paper says , that a man named
skford, in Coryell Connty recently
upped a negro slave girl "from sun
e till twelve o'clock." lie suspected
of stealing money, but afterward
ad the treasure where he had laid it,
then with his natural incontinence
memory, had forgotten the occurrence.
e man who famished the information
that "she was the most inhumanly
'Peed creature ho ever saw, neither
nor ex excepted."
lh learn that Governor Thinker - has
Jilsted llasselasßrown, Big., of War
fill the vacancy in this. Judicial
,tnet, created by the'death of the Ron,an Galbraith, Mr. B. is a good law ,
and high-toned and honorable gentle,
and will doubtless discharge the
ties of theplace in a satisfactory man,
hriag Cie short time he will be per
ted to occupy it Gazelle. •
11. 14's the tornado struck Comanche,
, four men' were enraged in playing
one of the buildings tOtally .
s e •
All- four were killed7with the
41 0 their 13405.
WE 'aro .told - that' 'ge.inleinan' some
handredet of tuilea distant; telegrei)lied to
his wiforier Portland; lately,, reatrthe
12th iirse-of the - :21 -.Epistle of John."
She:replied astinghirn to "read the 14
.verseOf xhe 4,(1" Epistle of Jultti.",. Any
ono, by reading iliese„, passages, will-see
16w -beautifully appropriate they are to
. to which they-fire applied.
'This is . one of the.beatest'little incidents
we , have heard,of in this
-DEiTH OF Ex.-SENAltit -11AUX.=—By
the Overland Mail from California we
learn-of the death of llon. H. P. limn,
of Marysville; who by appointment 'filled
oat the remainder of Broderiek's term
after tlielatter fell in the duel with Ter;.
ry. Mr..llauu. contracted his illness
while returning Winn by the steamer
from Washington. - - -
WO LIQUOR LICENCES.—The JUdieti
of Courts of. Erie and Warren denu
des, in this State, have refutied to grant
any licences for the sale of spirituous
quors during the current year.
. THE , Philadelphia • Daily Nelas-7-a
prominent Fillmore (Irmo in 1856=has
.aised to its mast-betd e the names of Lin
coln and Hamlin. • _
Corrected esery. Wednesday, by P. A. STEB
BINS; Wholesale and retaillkaler in p
ceries and. Provisions. Main. Street,
COODERSPORT, RA. • .
Apples, 'green, ift bush„. $1 00 to 1 25
• -- do dried,. " • 175. 200
Beaus, - i ~ ." • . 125 ' 150
Beeswax, 17 lb., ' 20 23,
Beef, " - , 6 - 7
Beef Hides, " .• ~ 4 51
,Berries, dried, liYquart . lO , , 18
Buckwheat, `l4 bush., - 50 56
- Butter, •.? lb., - - 121 -- 14
Cheese,- - " ' 10 121
Corn; 11 bush.,
,• -1 00 1 121
Corn Meal, per cwt., ',2 00 225
Eggs, 11 dos., la
Flour, extra, 11 bbl.,- 0 50 7 5U
Ham 4) I:- "A lb
..; . 121 -
Bay, `l4 ton, • - • • - 12 00
Honey, 'V lb., .• . . 10 - 111
Lard, " , . • ~ 14 . 16,
Maple Sugar, per lb., 8
Oats, ' %.1 bush., 35 44
Onions, " 75 .1 00.
Pork, 1-.1 bbl., 19 oo 450
'do 91 lb., 10 1, •124
do in whole hog;''-lb., . - 7 ' .- 8. -
Potatoes ''A.,.? bush, . 31 an
Peaches; dried, 11 lb., 25 1
Poultry, 14 lb., ' . 5 7 1
Rye, 'el bush., 1 00.
Salt, 1? bbl., . - . 250
do' 7e sack, • ' 20
Trout, 14 4-bbl., " 8 00 6 50
Wheat, Vhush, -' 1 121 - 125
White Fish, per. 1-bbl., 600 - 650
. It. Announcement - of six lines ot.less un
tiLßepub. county convention meets, $1 etich;
and - I6 cents for each additional line. - Inde
pendent can:Mutes, till election, double the
above rates. AR, political announcements
must be paid. in advonce...
Editor of Potter Junrnat:—Please announce
the name of WOOLSEY 111111 TIS. of Jinni: Via
township, as a candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, subject to the decision of
the Republican county convention.
Harrison, July 5, 1860. • A RENtimicim.
JULIUS BAUR, of Hebron township,
be a candidate for the office of County Treas
urer, subject to the decision . of the Republi
can county -convention.
Republican County Convention
The Republican Electors In the several
election districts of Potter County, are re
quested to meet at the usual places for hold
ing elections, on FLODAP rite 2 . 21 h DAY OF
July next, to choose Three 'Delegates from
each district to meet in Convention at COU
DERSPORT, on THURSDAY,' the SECOND
DAY OF AUGUST, 1860, to select candidates
Tlie Townships at their primary Meetings
are requested to instruct their delegates in
regard to the propriety of adopting the ap
portionment system of representation in Coun
The following COmmittees of vigilance have
been appointed in their resPective Townships,
and are requested to act promptly And Vigor.
oust,-; to provide so that due notice of the
primapy meetings far the election of delegates
May be given, in order that every distriat may
be represented in the Convention. -
A. C. TAGGART,.
Chairman of Co. Ex. Com.
Coudersport, June 20, 1860.
Alle,gAny—.A., G. Fresh(); G. W. G Judd, S
31. 31111 a.
Abkott—David Conway,Joseph Schwarzen
bath, T. B. Buhr.
Binglnun—G. Colvin, I. B.Carpenter, Wal
Clara--Sala. Stei ens, John L. Brooks, Sam
'Coudersport- . —P. A. Stebbens; Tr., Z. J.
Thompson, Eli Rees*.
Eulalia—O. J. Spofford, Morris Lent, by.
Genesee—J. C. Cavanaugh, Stephen Idurd
Harrison—J. T. Sanford, Austin Swetland
S. ll.. Beebe.
Hebron—E. 11. Bishop, 11. M. RathDorne,
STlvester Greema n.
Ilegtor---)latthew Wilkinson, jr., Wm. T.
_Leack, jr. Joseph ,Sunderlin,
Hornpr-LJacob Peat, A. U. Jr..ro sby, Wm:
- Jackson--,Rufas 'Tbornpsou,"David Crowell,
Keating,--Plum; Harris, Lewis, Har
low Hingel, • •
WO - Ivo—Jerome Cbeesbro, Eleager •Ly.
man, N. H. Rico.
Pleasant .Valley—D. P. Itoberis, Afatthew.
McDowell, N. P. Fluent. , • " "
Portage--Wm. L. Eusign, F. Alger, Ed..
ward Hull. • . • ..
Pike..-S, 11. Martin, John Clarriel, John
Metfpr. . - •
Ronlet—Seneca Pomeroy, B. H. Burt, C.
gnowlton. • • •` :
lfitgoni iferrick Jackson,
Sweden,Edwin L,Vlahar ,
W. Bird. • -
' Sylvania—E. 0. Austin,- Pardon Skins,
Robert Young, . - • . •
5har0n...4..4 Nichols, I. F. Barnes, John
Stewardson—henry - Andresen, Leroy Crit
tenden, J. L. Clark. ... - -
' Ulysses-0. A. Lewis, E. 'Racket, D. Whip - -
tlti r ai4ii Jail& beinley,
Nathan . • .
IWyst Braatlt—Seth Conable; Eraslits Cripl
Tim FF.AMALE , ORaNNIZ is-;often
as frail as' hat of a.._tender'iloWer..• Many of
the six enter into Marriage ielatiolis - without
being ablclo undergo the libors and trials of
maternity.? In this country thousands of ,i - ,oung
and' beantiful - *Omen' are sacrificed ever]
year from.this cause alone. ,;Ilostetter's:Cele.
brated•Stomaeh Bitters will sayer:lin of this
'class frbin ah Untimely grave: medicine
has-been used withiri,-eat benefit by-immense
_of people throng - bout ,rhe 'repnblic, 1
_proprietors - hare - preelied_ grateful 1
commeadatiods - from all sectifinSOf the,c - oun- 1
try.- The -.Bitters:, will . l)e foyncl to -be iura
pleasant to the taste, even as qieverage, and
proMpt And powerfid in its eOct qSa medi
cine.-, It Infuses new•vitalil:4l46 the frame,
and -strengthens the . whole 4stern,- so - that
women who"..useit pre enabled - td go through
with labors which frould, with Out it,. ce ear
-44( to, prostrate Vient,drag,gists.
IST OF LETTER
ILA Office at pOuderil
Meech, J. N..Esq.„,._.
Cotter, a a •
Crittenden, H. Esq..
Earl, J. W. Esq.
Gee. Samuel. -
Gage, M. It.- -2
Harrington, E. It:
• remaining in the Post
ort, Pa., July 1, , ,1860.
Johnson: Darrow -.•
Miller, Gustav 4011,11
Monroe," Jane •
Mapi H. W.
Pratt, John B. • .
Spraglie, M. A.• Esq..
Smith, Jar des W.
Williams, Robert 11-2
Persons calling for
«•ill please say adverti:
Cou dersport, - July 2,
ny of the above letters
sed. - [,
UEL HAVEN. P.
THE LIFE OF THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE,
Wife of Napoleon L. by CECIL B. 11,!tert3 - ,
Author of Life of " Col. David CrOckett,"
"Col. Daniel Boone," etc., etc., with- a
splendid portrait engraved on steel. One
Volume, 12 mo., cloth, 377 pages. Price
51,00. And upon receipt of the Price, with
21 cents additional for Postage, a copy of
the Book, together with a handsome pres
ent, worth from 50 cents to
,$lOO. will be
: •seot to-any address in theErnited Stites.
From :he Frefacc.
The Empress Josephine was one of the most
remarkable of all the extraordinary Charac
ters who rose into conspicuouS..puhlic posi-.
tions in'conseepence of the French Revolu
tion. Wonderful were the mats of her .life;
With the. kindest and most affectionate of hn
man-hearts, she united the sternest principles
of rectitude and a comprehensive genius.-. .
In political forsight, her superiority to Na
poleon is now universally. recognized. Bad
he listen.-d to her admonitions,. his 'empire
might have been averted. . It is. worthy of
notice that this political foresight and ability
has been inherited by I . er descendants—two
of whom, Napoleon: 111. - and Pedro 11. respec
tively the present Emperors of France and of
Brazil, are among the ablest sovereigns now
reigning in tae world.
The events of Josephine's life, and remark-.
-able traits of character-which she displayed
amidst the most-amazing vicissitudes 'of fare
nine, afford not only an exceedingly interest
ing but a highly instructive lesson.to tilltwho
read her biography, In this - respect her ca
reer, taken,as tt whole, 'may challenge 'coin.;
parison with that of any other historical- per
sonages in.history. - .
,- WEL have freely drawn upon'. various an
thors,.who have recorded anecdotes and traits
of Josepl-ine, as related to them, with the
tender regret of affection
.ivhieh, too late, re
her fultvalue,--by Napoleon himself,
in his closin g years, and it is. hoped that the
book will be, found reliable as well as cuter-
Wining.' Full of tritth,•yet it is the very Ro-•
1 mance of Biography. ' . • .
Copies of the above books, with it hand
some Gift, -worth from - 50 50
will be sent to any person in the United States,
Upon receipt of $l,OO, "and 21 cents to.
postage, by addressing the publisher, who Is
desirous of calling your attention to - his lib-
eral metkod of transacting business, viz:
With EACH .BOOK that it' bought at hie
Establixhutent, A PRESENT is given—worth
from FIFTY CENTS to ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS. - , .
The Presents are of good finality and of the .
best Mannfacture, and compriso. a large as
sortment of Gold and /flier Watches, Silver
Plated .Ware, Bilk Dress Pattern% Jewelry,
etc., etc., etc., too numoroUs to mention: . '
SEND rOR A COMPLETE CIa.SSIFIED
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS,which will bemaikd
to you free of expense, and one trial will as
sure you that the best place in tl:e "Country
to buy books, is at the large and reliable gift
book establishment of ..
GE ORG . VANS,
Publisher and Originator of the Gift Bonk
No. 430 ChestnnL street,
William V. Keating, No .121-June Term,
Adolph E. Boric, & 1860, in the goonnon
James M. 'Wilcox, Pleas of Potter Co.
V. ' - - ACTION DP E t iscruss.r.
William A. Scott for purchase money for
and - lot of fifty neres"Ofland
Lewis llaitztran. " in Roulet ToWnship,in
said County, bounsled'as follows: Beginning
at the South-west corner of lot now in . pos
session of Jiihn Noither, ft:Once-East bysouth
. line of It oithcr lot 120 -rods to a sugar tree
corner, thence South 66.7 rods to a corner.
.thence West 120 rods to corner,.thenee North
0.7 rods to place of beginning.
And now, June 21st, A. D. 1960,11:e Sheriff
of said County haring returnsd that th' I
fondants consist be found in-Lis bailiwick, on
motion of .Tao. S. Menu, Plaintiffs' Attorney.
rule on Defendants to appear and plead on er
before the third day of nest Term of Court., or
Judgment by default-----Rule to be published
according to Act of Assembly. -
Potter County, as.: . . • ; i s
-...,• . Certified from the' RecordS this
A ism: ): 20th day Ofiinie,:A. D. ' 1860. - -
.%.,-....,.-..„. e . .H. J. OLMSTED, •
[42-9t..] '.. - . . '
portplio IA ORDINANCE.
AA.meeting' of the Town "Council or the
boroutb of Coudersport, Ilel4 on the 3rd
day of July. p, ' ,
It was op motion ordained,; that; 'a. plank
Fido walk : be „hunt bp the North side of Fifth
streecfront Main to tbo centre - Of the Academy
square, said.wolic to be bi ilt,in accordance
with existing ordinances relating- to -plank
tide walki, And to be finisherou orhefore the
15th day of August next-- . • •
- • 'A. G. OL3ISTED Bur
S. U; s'Ttintts,,
Coudi•rapurt, July 3, 1860
Lrpv:Piths AN,D. M l / 4 727 _PpirER.S.
rililE SE MEDICINES hare tioiYiic n before
the:Pablic. for a period of Titiaix;YEaud.
a nd. during that time bade maintained a high
character is itlmnst every part ,of the , Globe,
for their bxtraordinary , arid. immediate : _ power
of redt:orin,, ,, perfect health to perdondauffcriog
under nearly every. kind of disease, to :which
the burnartfraine is liable. - '
- The following,. ate"- attnoncg - the. ; distressing
.variety of human diseaseS iu which the..,
Are'WellicnOWn to be inftllible. ' ' -
DYSPEPSIA; by thoroughly cleansing the
first and secmd 'stornachs, and - creating-a flow.
of pure healthy, bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind ;.FLATULENCY, LoSs of !appetite,
per, Aniciety; Lahguer, Ito d Melancholy, WhiCh
are the general; symptonli of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural conseAuenee. of fits cure.
'COSTIVENESS,. by : clean zing the: Whole
lengthPfthe intestines with a solvent process,
nnd without violence ; all 'squint puttes leaie
the boWels"ecisiiie within ;two daps: . l
PEVEMi orall kinds, bs restoring the blhod
to a regular circulation, thiangh the process
of perspiratioh in such cases; and the thor-,
ongh solution of all intestinal, obstrUction in
The Life Medi:eines bate been known to
cure 'RHEUMATISM perimmently In three .
weeks,;aad GOUT in half that: tine,, by re
inoYhigjoaat tudainination front' thet - rautiles
and:lig/various of the join* : : I;'
--Ritorsms .of all linds,- :frec4ng, -and
strengthening the ltiditeystud bladder; they
operate - Mak delightfully on- these iinportaut
organs, tad. berwe 11-ve.ever been found a cer
tain remedy for the worst cases of GILIVEL.
Also WoRXS, by dislodging front the
ings of ihe bowel's the'"sllnly matter to which
these creatures adhere. = • • ••
. SCURVEV, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES, by the perfect purity whielt these
LIFEMEISICINES givhto the blotid,l and all
the humors. - •. • -
'SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and - BAD COM
PLEXIONS, by their alterative effect upon the
fluidn'that feed the skin; and the riieCbid . state
of which' occasions all 'eruptive complaints,
sallow, cloudy, and other disagreeable coin
p'exions.' : - ' i -
Itus use of these Pills fora very Stiort ime,
will effect an entire cure' of SALT RHEUM,
and a striking improvement in the Clerirness
of theikin. COMMON COLDS and !INFIX-
ENZA alWays be cured by one 'dose, or
by.two• in the worst cases.
PILES.,--The original proprietor these
Medicines, was cured of • Piles of proprietor _
standing, by the use of the LIFE MEDICINES
. • ,•
FEVER AND AGUE.-:—For.this siourge
the:Western country, theie Medicineswill be
toned a sufe, - speedy, atikeertain remedy.—
Other medicines leave the. system subject to
a return of_ the diseasea,cure by these Med
icines is perrnaneut 77 riv VuEst, 11E 4 ISFITD,
. . . .
'BILIOUS 'FEVERS AND LIVE 0031-
PLAlNTS.—Otneral Debility, Loss of Appe
tite, and DiSpases of Fentajes--the Medicines''
have been used with the most beneticirl re
sults.. in cases of this. - description
Evil, and Seartbla., to its . . Worst forth . * yields
to the mild yet powerful action •of these re
markable Medicines. Njgbt'Sweats,lNervous
OPbility, Nervous Complaints' of all kinds,
Palpitatidifof the Heart, Painters' Mille, are'
speedily cured. •
corts.t illtiions_ have :beentati t he
injudiciolts use 'of MsacetiV, will find these
Medicinei a perfeet cure, a, they never fall to
eradicate froiia the syitem,i all the effects of
Merenty,;intinitely soonet than the most poW
erful preparations of Sarsaparilla.
Prepared and Sold.by F. B. MOFFAT,
. ; • 325 tin0.1011.11'; NENVA - ORIE. '
For saleiby all Druggist 4.
lIAVING rented a Wintrewv-in the 'Store of
B. E. Colwell, one door east of the Post
office, is prepared to REPAIR WATCHES or
JEWELRY on . the shortest, notice and in - the
most' workman-like manne'r. Having a new
and superior stock of tools, and a large exile,-
r*.ce. in' the, business, loffeemy professional
services to this communinty, hoping that my
promptness and strict attention to my: leildimak
calling will secure me a liberal- patronage. 1'
giie special attention to cleaning and repair
ing CLOCKS and Watches !,; and no pay will
be required unless the - work is satisfactorily.
done. Terms, Cash on delivery of work.
Coudersport, May 3, 1369. ,
RRI" Vi L
• ' OF TELEI
• AT PinLADELPHIA.
JUST receiving an extens;ve stock Of .Ivy.
oming Octinty, Flour. Any ono desirous of
getting a bettor-article
tesi pro . tit`f6cn itt oily other store - fit" town,
will de welllo calf IA
, 1 SPENCER'S.
-• ,_ „ i 1.
and any other article in the , line of PROVIS
- constantly on hand. Deductions made
to tkose that buy - at:Wholesale. . ,1
of all descriptions. Also
&c,, &c., &O.
Patent Medicines of most:_ all kinds. ! Tbcise
wishing* Eicland Kenit . dy's
corery fi it
n •c•Litif tErr.)'& 4
- ;401)4 the
BIGWEST OASI PRICE
'' - '-', 'it titAinc citoy,7
sz' - -:-.
- . OF , +ux PLIL - iDXPPIILL'OiRc --..- .: ...
it arias ,i•Oir 'how io drivivitpTattiidrslii p
'''''' [' ' • '.' [[ [ . - "',PaiPers. and givesrgenetid
[ • • • •' - • -.. ,forinsforAgreemensofitt
•:..Itinds.; Bills of . Sale; Le.P/P. -
[ [ • -_, j - ,' . ..:" . .. es and Petitions: •_ . I
ITTELLS YON -HMO . * dravi up Bonds-and
7- :. ' ' ''MertgitgeS, . A ffr cl a' V i tis ,
- ' 1' i'iiivers of A itornel l No tes
- . i i . --• [. and .Bills :of Eichan
1- z_ • . -', Avceipts.aml. Releases:
IT TELLS.yOU The taws for, the.ColjeMi n
- _"i`"- [. - " 'or Debts with the St. '.
.ntes of Lunitation,;and
• ~, .[. • -*Mount and kind- of pro
.• -. -•[[. ::,: : : •.erty,Eiemptfrom Exec -
1 : .
,: .. :. ~t,ion oxe,very..stati.: , i
IT TELLS YOU . flow to malted? Assigpm • ei t
. - - properly,: with for for
- •I .! - • - [Composition - with Cr:4i
- -I [ [
I ' ' - ' • I . .riiviof eiery State. 1
IT TELLS YOU-. The legal relations existing
• . . . `between.. Guardian .[.and
. 1 •• [ . . Ward,....Moster [and Aft f r
. .... • prentice,
[ ' 1 .
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IT TELLS YOU What' constituteSslbel
- - 'Slander; and the'LaW,
[ , 141 Marriage ..B.Oiveri[th :
... Wife's Right Property
DiVoree and Alimony..
The .Law. for Mechanics
Liens in every State, arid
the [Naturalization Law
of this Coantry, and bop
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Ho wlto null:cyder Will, an
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