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Pvo been thinking, I’ve been thinking,
What a glorio us world were this,
Did folks mind their own business more,
And mind their neighbors’ less.
For instance you and I, my friend,
Are sadly prone to talk
Of matters that concern us not,
And others’ follies mock.
I’ve been thinking, if we’d begin
To mend our own affaiis, .
That possibly our neighbors might
jContrive to manage theirs.
We’ve faults’enough at home to mend-
It may be so with others;
It would seem strange, if it were not,
Since all mankind are brothers.
Oh I would that we had charity,
For every man and woman,
Forgiveness is the mark of those
Who know to “err is human.”
Then Jet us banish jealousy—
Let’s lift our fallen brother,
And as we journey down life’s road,
“ Do good to one another.”
PRICES REDUCED I
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Opposite What Cheer Rouse, Portland, Or-
TTAVE just received, and are constant-
XI ly receiving the largest ano best se
lected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
ever brought to this market, consisting of
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Opposite Pacific Steamship Co’s Office.
Private! Entrance, Leidesdorff
ESTABLISHED expressly to affor
ord the af-
flicted sound and scientific Medical Aid,
in the treatment and cure of all Private
and Chronic Diseases, cases of seefesy
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sexual 1 disorders.
TO THE AFFLICTED. ’ -
R. W. K. DOHERTY returns his sin
cere thanks to his numerous patients
for their patronage, and Would take th» op
portunity to remind them that be continues
to oonsult at his InstFtnte far, the cure of
chronic diseases of the Lungs, Liver, Kid
neys, Digestive and Genito-Uri
and all Private
its forms and stages, Seminal Weakness, qnd
consequences of self abuse«
all tbe horrid consequence©
Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Strictures, Nocturnal and
Diurnal 1 Emissions,Sexual Debility, Diseases
of the Back and Loins, Incarnation of the
Bladder and Kidneys, eto.,
etc., and he hopes
that bis long experience and successful prac
tice will continue to insnre
insure him a share of
itronage. By the practice of many
years in Europe and the United States, ¿if, is
enabled, to apply the most efficient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds.
He uses no mercury, charges moderate,
treats his patients in a correct and honorable
way, has references of unquestionable verao-
ity from men of known respectability apd
All parties cou
igh standing in society. AU
nting him, by letter or otherwise, will re-
ceive the i best and gentlest treatment
Dm DOHERTY would caB
caM attention to
Mowing certificate, from one of his pa-
tients, ,’who, having folly recovered his health,
desired to make known his remedial agent.
It will be seen that his statement is folly
authenticated by a Notary Public.
The welfare of society imperinusly
its publicity, and it is given more to ©fam
the unwary than to sonnd the praise© of a
Physician, of whom hundreds of like cases
can be cited, daring a practice of more than
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Tbe Doctor is no obscure or designing
quack who has trumped certificates in order
to deceive and entrap tbe unwary. He is
known by thousands of persons to be proee-
cuting a regular, honorable and legitimate
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Private Medical and Surgical Institute^
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Dr. W. K. DOHERTY,
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w,gld call tbe attention of tbe pub-
3 to our elegant New Shale Piano», in
klA,” 7 fctave, Front large
round lepers, plain case, either oc-
if carved legs, straight bot-
be4d moulding on plinth - - $450
7 ootave, same as style ,
i . A, with serpentine moulding on plinth
; •-*'].*- . $500
'fiiHr! wtave, Front corners '
‘fund, serpentine bottom,
! t mouldings
sajpe as on style D, carved ¡
yre andideak, fancy carved ’legs - $550
”|D,!f 7 octave, Four large
id w rners, finished back, mould- I
on ■ rim and plinth, serpentine
arved lyre and desk, elegant 1
" ’. - - -$600
ty les are all finished in elegant
es.and have the full iron frame,
harp pedal, beveled top, ivory
fronts, and exceed in over-
nearly allr the 7¿ Octave Pianos
" hey ar^ made of the
Is, ahd Tor finish, durability,
am| sweetneft of tone, cannot be
Quick Cures and Moderate Charges.
Private Hedical Aid.1
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D r . J ulien P erault , Dr. of Medicine, of
the Faculty of Paris, Graduate of tbe Uni*
versity Queen’s College, aud Physician of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
the St. John. Baptiste Society of San Fran
HATS AND CAPS,
Dr. Perrault has pleasure to inform pa
YANKEE NOTIONS and CROCKERY.
tients end others seeking confidential medical
advice, that he can be consulted daily at his
office, Armory Hall Building, North East Cor.
The following was
I ngenious E nigma . — Tbe
Montgomery and Saerauiento streets, San
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written by Mr. Canning, and for a long time
Francisco. Rooms Nos. 9, 10,11, first floor,
it baffled the skill of all England to solve it: And many other articles too numerous to
up stairs, entrence, either on Montgomery or
mention. Being favored by having a resident
“ There is a word of plural number,
les described above, embody Sacramento st
in San ” Francisco, and buying only
A foe to peace and quiet slumber;
D r . P errault ’ s studies have been almost
il changes in exterior finish of
for Cash, wo are enabled to sell goods as
Now, any word yoil chance to take,
exclusively devoted to the cure ot the various
case, wbicl ate by mtmy manufacturers run forms of Nervous and physical debility, the
CHEAP AS AKY HOUSE IN TOWN.
By adding S you plural make ;
Therefore we would respectfully invite the| up to, 15 ai 1 20 pattern©..
But if you add an S to this,
results of injurious habits acqui ed in youth,
ion of the publio, of which usually terminate in impotence and
public to call snd examine our stock before | W, in.il f the attodtion
How strange the metamorphosis 1
dealers an the profession, Ito a critical ex-
1 Plural is plural then no more,
sterrility, and permanently induce all the
concomitants of old age. Where a secret ins
And sweet what bitter was before."
By avoiding the ~ g 'jirdat
'réat expense attendant firmity exists involving the happiness of a
The solution will be found in the word cares
upon costly factorfofl is and expensive ware- life and that of others, reason and morality
to which, by adding an s you have caress.
Wanted—100,000 Pounds oj rooms in tip le city, we are enabled to ofler dictate; the necessity of its removal, for it. is
Plan b at -rices
prices which defy competi-
competi a fact that premature decline of the vigor of
A gentleman was describing to Douglas
tion, and in rte all to call and examine them manhood, matrimonial unhappiness, compul
Jerrold tbe story of his courtship and mar
pun Using elsewhere.
Our Motto-*“ QUICK SALES
sory single life, etc., have their sources in
riage—how his wife had been brought np in profits ,” and no bumbug.
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a convent, and was on tbe point of taking the
quired by these about to purchase, instead of life, and the bitter fruit tasted long afterward.
veil, when his presence burst upon her en
Remember the place, opposite tho What presenting q display of professional 1 names, Patients laboring under this complaint will
raptured sight, and she aocepted him as her Cheer
too . T4mta<>
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we refer to me
hi ftVe B0^ complain of one or more of the following
busband. Jerrold listened to the end of tbe
tbe real symptoms: Nocturnal Emissions, pains in tbe
story, and then quietly remarked, “She simply
We guarantee entire satisfaction, or no merits of ouf instruments
as to their dnrabil- Back and Head, Weakness of memory and
thought you better than nan."
sale. Try us and convince yourselves.
ah, RWeetness, and pow^r of tone, Sight, discharge from the Uretha on going to
in ipne, &c., based on actual ex- stool or making water, the Intellectual fac
In tbe latest edition of “ Carpenter's Phy»
GALLAND, GOODMAN A CO.,
betng of far more value than tbe ulties are Weakened, Loss oi memory ensues,
siology ” it is mentioned that out ot three
1 itoinion of the Artist, however Ideas are clouded, and there is a disinclina
129 Front street, Portland
hundred and fifty4rine idots in England tbe
Js merely tries in a wareroom, tion to attend to busihess, or even to.reading,
condition of whose progenitors could be as
instruments fo perfect tpne and order, which writing or the society of friends, etc. 'J be pa
certained, ninetyMiine were children of abso
have just re< teived the Workmen’s last finish- tient will probably complain of Dizziness,
lute drunkards, and a large proportion of the
Vertigo, and that sight and hearing are
parents of the remainder were more or less
Weakened and sleep disturbed by dreams,
intemperate. Of the three hundred and fifty-
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melancholy, sighing, palpitations faintings,
QqickiSales and Srhall Profits!"
nine idiots seventeen were tbe children of pa
coughs and slow fever; while some have ex
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tents nearly related by blood.
ternal rheumatic pains, and numbness of the
tS^Scnd for a Circular, th
body. Some of the most common symptoms Seminal Weakness—A Sworn-to Certificate
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F ish B reeding .—Tbe measures adopted
are pimples in the faee, and aching in differ of a most Remakable Cure of Spermatorrhoea
by the New Hampshire Legislature, to en
ent parts of the body, patients suffering from
A desire to benefit suffering humanity,
courage and protect tbe breeding of fish, is
this disease should apply immediately to D r . apd a feeling of gratitude to Dr. W. £.
likely to be successful. The salmon spawn
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P errault , either in person or by letter, as DOHER l’Y, induces me to make this state
ROBINSON & LAKE, of the above pop hi
deposited in Baker’s river sometime ago is
he will guarantee a cure of Seminal Emissions ment. For many years I bad been afflicted
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doing well, and it is believed the rivers will,
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. t and impotence in six tff eight weeks.
with Spermatorrhoea, the result of self-abnse
in a few years, be abundantly supplied with ular Establishment, Thankful for the ‘Libera
patients suffering from Venereal disease but till 1855 experienced but little troubl,
both salmon and shad, as in olden times.—
in any stage, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Strictures, or inconvenience ; in that year I had Semi
Prof. Agassiz thinks it feasible, if the fish patronage extended them by the public of
Bubo Ulcers, Cutaneos Eruptions, etc., will nal Weakness to a fearful extent, whice
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ways are so constructed as to allow ot their
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treated successfully. All Syphilitic and was followed by alarming symptoms, euch
YAMHILL, Washington and Polini Counties
passage in the spring over the Jams.
Taints entirely removed from the as weakness of tbe back and limbs, imness
! would respectful^ call the attention
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of vision, nervousness, etc. My mind, too,
of Cbojr Leaders aàjd Singing School
would announce that they are prepared to
_... to* ©nr .. establishment,
was affected to such an extent as to serious
T he S ecbet D iscovered .—“ There are
tricks in all trades but ours,” as the lawyer show to Customers a superior assortment of kinds of Church Mosic, plee and Anthem where patients can see for themselves that ly impair my| memory; my ideas were ©on-
they are under the care of a regularly educated fused and spirits depressed. 1 was averse
•aid to his client. An honest*
Books oan ^’obtained onltbe most favorable
- ’ practioner. The best references given if to society, had evil forebodings and seflf-dis-
sbop of a Quaker to buy
Buy a hat, for TIN-WARE, STOVES and all and singular termsMjl
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trnst, and was entirely unfitted for a^y du
which twenty-five shillings were demanded.
The long Rrperience i of Mr. P brsina
Patients suffering under chronic disease ties of life. From 1855 to the summer of
He offered twenty shillings. “ As 1 live,” the Goods and wares of superior pattern and Musical .Contentions, Choirs, the Concert
can call and examine for themselves. We in 1863, I employed tbe very best medical tal
•aid the Quaker. “ I cannot afford to give it
Room aud qnhday School enables him to
investigation ; claim not to know every ent I could find, but in no instance obtained
thee at that price,’* “4* you live!" ex quality, usually found in a First Class house. give advice ^nd information on all points of
thing, nor to cpre everybody, but we do claim
claimed the ooontryman :
Then live more
musioaFintei^st as to tbe selection’of proper that in all cases taken under treatment we more than temporary relief. I had about
Remember the EMIGRANT, TIN and Works of instructions, formation of Musioal
concluded there was no relief for me ip this
moderately. “Friend,” said tbe Quaker,
“ thou sbalt have the hat for nothing. I STOVE Store, Front st, PORTLAND. Next Schools—progress in musical studies, and those who have tried this boasted doctor, and world, but reading Dr. Doherty’s advertise
ment, I determined to try him, though 1 did
items of general interest to composereL ¡lead
have sold bats for twenty years, and my
that advertised physician, till they are worn not expect much benefit from bis treatment,
trick was never
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rrs, teachers and students.
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out and discouraged, to ca 1 upoa us.—Low i On the 5th of December last, I plaeed my
Sheet M us|c
uslc furnished on the
tbe usual terms,
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charges ahd quick Cures.
self under bis care; in one week I found
with promptness and dispatch. Country or
The word “news” is not as many imagine
Ladies suffering from any Complaint in^
ders solicited|4-and selections made for pu- cidental to their sex, can consult the doc^ myself very much improved, and now, after
derived from tbe adjective new. In former
five weeks’ treatment, I feel myself thorough
pile, teachersTiconcerts, &o., ice,
times (between the years 1595 and 1730J it
tor with the assurance ot rejief.
ly cured of all trfy troubles, and in the enjoy
wa9 a prevalent practice to pnt over tbe
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ment of tbe beBt of health. Hoping that my
FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS.
periodical publications, of the day the initial
L SIMPSON keeps a first class Fami- Will be Truelto Me, HI
experience may be of benefit to others simi
letters of the compass, thus :
• ly Grocery in Lafayette, where can ibe The Orphan Wanderer,
larly afflicted, I subscribe myself,
* articles in IS The Rose Bu^h,
D r P errault is the only agent in Califor
at all times found all the
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Family supply line, besides
Fairy ofthe Wildwood, II. A. Brown BOcts.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
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immense sale has established their reputation 15th
day of .Tannarv.
January, a . d -- 1864.
Miscellaneous Assortment of
Importing that these papers contained in
as a female remedy, unapproached and Ur in
A. G. RANDALL, '' A
Four of any of the above will be forward advance of every other remedy for suppres
telligence from tlw
four quarters of the USEFUL AND LUXURIOUS ARTICLES.
on receipt ïof one dollar.
sions and irregularities, and other obstruct
globe; and from-tfiw practice is derived
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Send J q >r a Circular.
Fancy Soaps, Soaps of all kinds, Candies
tions in females. On receipt of five dollars
term newspaper.— Dictionary of Dates.
iWhen a female is in trouble, or afflicted
BROWN & PERKINS.
and Licorice, pipes, pens and Inks, powder,
these pills will be se bt by mail or express to with disease, such as weakness of the back
v2nl03m ■ Broome-st.,.New York City any part of the worh 1 secure from damage or
Caps, Shot and Bar Lead, Letter paper, fancy
and limbs, pain in tbe head, loss of muscular
A n I ngenious I dea .—A public dinner in
and plain, Envelopes, plain and fancy, Oysters
England had dwindled away to two guests,
power, palpitation of the heart, nervousness,
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and ‘ Sardiues,
Canned ‘ “
urinary difficulties, general debility,
an Englishman and a Highland gentleman, Fiuest ' Wines
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errauli , vagintis, all diseases of the womb, bystpria,
who were each trying to prove the superiority
Best brands Whisky» and Brandies,
corner of Sacramento and Montgomery sts. >*> sterility, und all other diseases peon liar to
of their native countries. Of oourse, at an
Hostetter, Hoofland and Drake Bitter^ •
Rooms, 10 and 11, or Box 973, P. O. San females, they should go or write at once to
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argument of this kind, a Scotchman pos
Francisco, stating the case as minutely as the celebrated Fetoale Doctor, W. K. DO
sesses, from constant practice, overwhelming
possible, general habits of living, occupation HERTY, at his Medical Institute, and con
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advantages. The Highlander's logic was so
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sult him about their troubles and disease.
good that he beat his opponent on every TOBACCO, SMOKING
UST intrddneed, and being adopted by
> 11 communications confidential.
Irregularities, suppressions, etc., will receite
point. At last the Englishman pnt a poser:
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all leading houses in the manufacture of
tbe Doctors’ most particular attention. Let
*'You will,” he said, “atleast admit that
Pianos, Organs, Billiard Tables, Furniture,
no false delicacy prevent yon, but apply im
England is larger in extent than Scotland ?”
Ac., dec. Every one who has a Piano ahould
•• Certainly not.” was the confident reply;
have a bottle |f this Polish. Send for Cir 77ie New Sabbath School Singing Book, mediately and eave yourself from painful
sufferings and prematura death. All Married
** you see, sir, onr is a mountainous, yours a
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culars, and wd will give full particulars and
country» Now, if all our hills were
Ladies, whose delicate health or other cir
directions. Itas put up in bottles at 30 cents
A general variety of the leading pr<
relied out flat, we should beat you by hun
cumstances prevent an increase in their
and 50 cental and where half a dozen are
‘GOLDEN PROMISE,” families,
like the ry remedies constantly on band.
dreds of square miles.” This is like
should write or call at DR. W. K.
ordered at once; we will forward prepaid by
UY T. E. PERKINS,
Vermonter who ohhned that his State had Spices,
’S Medical Institute, and they
I ■ • Express. . Applications I for. Territory and
more land to the acre than any ether, because
every possible relief and help.
Authorcr “The Sunday SchooljBauner.
Agencies received by
they set it up edgewise and cultivate both ’•y ‘ S
“Th New Shining Star,” “ The Psalm The Doctor’s oflfoes, consisting of a suite of
B rown & eerkins ,
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six rooms, are so arranged that he can be
Kin ,” “ The Sacred Lute/’ &c.
' General Agents for the United States,
E will send a specimen copy, post paid, consulted without fear of observation.
Also an assortment of pocket cutlsbt , . v2 nlO ly iNo. 420 Broome-st., N. Y.
* W hat T hxt W on ’ t O wn To.—There i RAZORS and straps , besides a générai
to any address, on receipt of twenty
are several things whioh you never can by
cents. “ The Golden Promise ” as followsj
Parents (male or female) residing in any
abv accident, get aJady—be she young or
part of the State, however distant, who may -
Single copies in paper oovers, $0 30
old—to confess to. Here are some of them : ,
desire the opinion and advioe of Dr. Doherty, J
‘ By tho 100
many useful and ornamental articles too
That she laeea tikht. That her shoes are and
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and who think proper to submit a written
Single copies in board cove/s
i a call and
toolmail for her. Uh at she is tired at a ball. numerous to mention. Give
statement of such, in preference to bolding a
By the 100
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That she paints. That she is as old as she make a purchase.
personal interview, are respectfully assured
Lafayette, July 81,1866-ly.
looks. That she has been more than five
Sabbath School Music Free Every Month. that their communications will be held most
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«sinntes dressing, That she blnshes upon
We publish a New Song every month, and sacred© Dr. Doherty takes this opportunity
Smiths’ Bellow^ Aprils, Vises,
hearing a certain person’s name mentioned.
of observing, that all letters are only opened
/rice it away. Send for a Circular, to
That she ever says a thing she does not mean.
and replied to by himself, and the latter as
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Wagon apd Sjeat Springs,’ Nuts
That she is fond of scandal. That she can-
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promptly a© possible. If the case be fully
LAFAYETTE LODGE, NO. 3,
and Washers, Thimble Skeimi,
not keep a secret. That she—above all per-
candidly described, personal oommtDi-
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moi in the wide world—is in love. That
will be superceded, as instructions for
Free and Accepted Masons.
abo doeen't know everything. That she
Empire Shuttle Sewing diet, regimen, and the general treatment of
doseu’t want a new bonnet. That she oan
Meet« in Lafiiyetts on the 1st and 3rd Scythes and Suatbs, Graiq Cradles, * Hay
the case itself (including tbe remedies) will
do wkhasinxle thing less when she was Friday of each qiontb, at half past 6 in tbe Forks, Mechanics’ Tools of the best quality
be forwarded without delay and in such a
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about to travel. That she has not tbe dis afternoon.
manner as to oonvey no idea of the purport
I ARE SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS,
position of an angel, or tbe temper of a saint
of the letter or parcel <o transmitted.
Brethren of tbe order, in good standing are
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«r how else could she go through with one- invited to attend.
For Family and Manufacturing Purposes -a Consultations FREE. Permanent ©uro
D3BBIN HORSE NAILS.
GEO. H. STEWARD,
half of what she does f That she does not
guaranteed or no pay. "Address :
Agents wanted. Address,
know better than any one else what is best
W. K DOHERTY,
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H* W* A llrwj Seo’y.
JACOB UNDERHILL ACO.
EMPIRE S. M. CO.
for her. That she is a flirt or coquette.
j 10 0 Front street, Portion
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Sen Franoisco, OoJ.
616 Broadway, N. Yt
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nos for the People!
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I’ve Been Thinking.
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