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umo iiipy lira onicrcii, ana 11 not pmc
vae pornon oninnn tnmn win no uciii
K)nibl for the money.
Makt Somebody Clad.
On life's nifrKl road
A we Journey cb ilajr,
Far, fur more nunnliltie
Would brighten the wrvy
If, fonretful of eelf
And our trouble, we had
The will, and would try
To luajt other heart glad.
Though of the world' wealth
We're little In More,
And labor to keepr
Grim want from the door,
With a band that I kind,
And a heartphat la true,
To inake other triad
There ii ninoh we may do.
A word kindly upokon,
A eniile or a tear,
ThoitKbetiiing but trifle.
Full often may cheer;
Each day to our liven
Home pleaxtire 'twould add,
To be conscious that we
Had made somebody Kind.
Those who nit In the dnrkneH
Of sorrow, so drenr.
Have need of a word
Of solace and cheer;
There are homes that are desolate,
Hearts that are sad
Jto something for some one,
Make Homebody jclud.
BT DR. 11. IlOTIIROCh.
W were marched a fluid, and took
op oar qaarters among the hillocks,
where there once was a cornfield.
Water aod mud combined to tnuko
tbe groaoil an eomfortublo bed that
During the night a Inrge cumber
died. II II. who had complaining
some few days, diod that night while
lying under the same blanket with
hi father. The morning dawned,
and the anbappy parent found bin
eon lifelosa by hi side,
Smitten with grief, the father sat
by hi aide for several hours. The
boy who bad shared with Lien the
perils of battle, and had buuu a com
panion la nil the ruinfoi tunes, and
miseries of imprisonment.
The father, who hud more than
oace refused to purchase lifo by dis
honor, wonld set bylhnt son no more.
It was indeed agonizing, but harder j
till tho seqncl. Wo went to tbo
officer of the gitard.and entreated fur
permission to bury tho body.
This poor boou for tho futhor was
refased. We tbeu - askod that tho
father might have tho privilego of
seeing bis son bun ied. This, too,
was refased as. Their cars wvio
deaf to the fathers pleading, tbeir
eyes were blind to his tearful sorrow.
The father spread the poor rem
nants of his handkerchief over the
faoa of bis dead boo. foldod his bauds
it was all be could do. With a
beart breaking with grief, he turnod
to bare bitn taken away, cover to
meet until the glory of a brighter
moreiDg should bring them to
gether. Not daring to look behind lost we
boald see rongb bands strippod the
body, wo tamed, and commoocod
oar march for the prison, about a
third of a mile distant
At last a "Stockade'' similar to
that of Andersonville loomed op bo
fore ns. We were marched through
the gates whiob were closed upon
as, to be opened, perhaps, never
again during lifo, this was my
solemn impression when the rebels
closed the large eaten gates of this
new boll-hole. I can assure the
many readers of this article, that
many were the thoughts of homo,
and doer friends tho first weok wo
were confined in this place of human
We were assigned to a portion of
the stockade, and soon sot to work
to better our condition. The
prieoe like that of Andersonville.
was eitoated on two bill sides, with
breacb of muddy water running
tbroegh the eeatre, embracing, in
all, afoot tweaty aores.
To-prevent tunnelling, on the out
aide of tbe stockade a ditob was dug
thoT&rt 'ftpus which . was' thiown
agSf ist the stockade, forming a kind
of falk'aroViad ' the , entire prison,
wbwbl(Mght the top 0 the stock
ade4 basest lugs) to tho aentioels,
wb4 eaaeiaatly walked their posts.
T&jcee liMliiMU Jid not seem to
bavi (b a 1W of 3fC or th fcunfeder
aovWoie UI.ay, ae-'wbuii at
oifc-lt V bcMufy eiy went rouod, l
Q.i' -s V.i. rt e'elook, anil '
t ' t Vi 4 - '
ilMswoll," with a pootioal flourish
f their own "and old JeTs gone
to h 1." ''What regiment d you
belong to f I iutinirod of one of
hem on the morning of my arrival.
"I belong to tho fifth Georgia s
7hnath.im, bo's onr adjutant.'
I nfterwsrds found out who Chna-
tain was a cnmic.il, j'llly, graybucli
is over graced the Coufodui ncy.
Four others, with myself, formed
a mess, aud commenced constructing
4 shelter. For Ibis pnrpnso wo dug
a hole in tho hillside about three
foot doep, Two sticks were thon eot
nto tho ground, across which was
placed a third stick to auswor for s
ridgo polo. Ovor this was strotched
o army blanket. Tho front and
rear ends, of courso, wero open, a
wo had nothing with which to shut
When it mined, we sometimes
hut up 0110 end of our house- with
our garments. In this grave-like
plaao four human beings lodged,
kept their "household and kitchen
furniture," and cullod tho plueo their
homo. As a tnaltorof courso wo did
not have any spring bottom chairs,
no IJrussols carpet, no largo loooking
glass adorned our walls. It wits a
homo, but a sad and lonely home to
ns four men. who wero raino l in
good and comfortnblo homos, and
novcr know what want or hnngor
Wo found snffioionl wood for eool;
g im-inun hy pAnlinar ihn bark
from tho stumps of trees, while those
who had tho implements cut and dug
at the stntnps for fuel.
A week or two after my arrival, I
oltiiinnd permission to go outside
tho prison under guard: and get ma 1
terial for coiuplotiug our apology for
a tent, and re turnod rejoicing nith
as much nutrimmcd pino brush as I
could lug along.
Wo strippod ofT tho pino pins, and
put them in tho bottom of our bouse
making a very aristocrntio bod, which
few men iu this prison had tlieplcas
uro to enjoy. Wo then pntcbod np
tho roar end of our tent, with pine
limbs, w Lioh made allogetbor quite
oumfoi tablo cpiurtoiH, Cotnpurud with
what wo hud formerly 'njuyod-
Unt wo uoed id ull this and moro
busidos, to ina!;i) up for want of cir-
dilation and vitality iu onr scurvoy-
stricken bodies, and for tho inoloia
ency of a South Carolina winter,
which, however sunny tho winter is
said to bo, was still very cold. 1
never sufl'-red moro with cold than
at this time.
The days wero unusually qnito warm !
but, from sundowu to ton oVlocU io i
tho morning, it was, to our poorly
clad, emaciated bodies, bittorly cold.
My clothes, which I already de
scribed, wero full of holes, and my
feet wore bare. Tbe froBt iu tho
mornings wore like snow on tbe
ground, and ofton, through foar of
freezing or being chillod to death,
longing, through intouno suffering,
for morning to make its appearance
Often in tbe dead hours of mid
night, I walked the frosty ground,
ntorcod with the sharp winds, which
mercilessly sought out every hole in
my scanty wardrobe, aud tbe noxt
day took my rovongo by sleeping in
the euashiue to make up for lost
From tbe day of my arrival in this
camp, I commenced making uso of
bard wood-ashes and water to cloan
and rinso my month, and soon had
tbe satisfaction to know that it was
couutoraoting tho effects of the
Our rations at this placo were
very scaut,aod very poor in quality.
Our divisions for the issue of rations
woro tho same as at Aadorsonville.
Iu no place did prisoners Btiffor so
iutonsely, and yet iu no prison was
tho oommandiug offioor so inclined
to make no comfortable.
Nothing, howovor, short of a com
nloto cbango in thoir modo of living
could now benefit the majority of
the prisoners. Hocauso hundrodsof
the men wero too far gone to be re
vived by food alone.
A large number of mon, after a
few weeks confinement, wero parol
ed to remain outside of the prison
during tbe day l ut wooJ 'or tbe
ass of the camp, wbilo our police
were urged by tbo eolonol com
manding into buildiog log shelters
for those who were sick and could
not help thorasolvos, aud mode to
ktmp tbo prisou clean aud ordorly.
This was a stop in tbo right direc
tion, bottlers the thing tiudud, the
sheltbis wtre netr built.
A it was iiuioMuble to obuua wa-
MIDDLEBUllG, SNYDER COUNTY,
lor 1llioul going info tho mud and
water knco'iccp before gelling to
tho branch or brook, which was tho
only supply of tho' prison, there
woro nion who mndo a business of
obtaining water for others, tho com
nion too fjr getting water us a
"chew of tobacco."
"Who wants n pail or canteen of
water for a chow of tobacco ?" wsp
as common a cinmor ss "Ilnvo
imcKr "Havon back Hirt" at
metropolitan railroad station.
Near tho brook n hundred, or
moro men would bo gathered, win
would fool repaid for Lrtlf a hyV
waiting, wading. Sin, with one or
two diminutivo chows of tobasco.
Sometimes might bo seen men
nmnnil Anmn khlli. it.. .. 1 .1
those 1,1,.; f..r , n-.s-
,,,,,,. . ., h,
too snmmcr wo hud been nnnoved
with flies, mosipiitos, ileas, and all
such kindred plagues.
As col l weitthor advancod, wo gol
clear of these plagues ; but a greater
nnnoyanoo, set in, littlo drenmed ( f
fhoso vonnin, (lice) not trouble
somo in warm weather, now, ns the
cold Fot in. took tho bouefit of the
warmth of our bodies, nwarming
from our almost wornout Maolcots,
atiil tho ground npon our porsons.
Night or day (hero was no peace
with them t thoy wntihl not keep
still. Scratching only pleased them;
for, when tho skin was onco scratch
ed through, thoy went to work do
vonrniy tli nvMi. Tlio lemilin -.
frightful, loalhsoino soros, in which
gangrene would start np, and the
unhappy person wonld loso his lifo.
I havo seen sick persons whoso llesh
was eaten almost to tho bone. I
nm, however unable to say wethor
tho vermin ato tho llesh, or only pro
duced tho irritation followed by
scratching, which may havo caused
P.nt I rallirr inclino tri tho belief,
that, tho hoio was Hist caused by
scratching, nnd then tho vermin
dono tho bulaaca of tbo incurable
However disgusting such details,
it ii necessary that I bUoiiM record
thorn in order that tho general read
er may understand our coudilioo,
but nguin I will horo rcnmik, that
pen nor wonu pvi ijescnuo tlio us
nn.i .;l f.r, i i,.i. r
rebuilt, this is Mvinrra ment deal. !
but is nevortltoletis lho (1 oils truth.
. r n - " ' i
ii r lorenco ilia polieo orgamz'V
tio:, a t I Imvo intimatod, was agaiu !
rovivod under lb"g Teter us "chief of
polico." Their oflices corjointed in
seeing lho polico duties of tho camp,
guarding ngaiu.st the perpetration ofioudod the) lifo of a bravo young man.
nui lance?, cunsisling shelter, proonr
ing fuel for thoso not nblo to hi.lp
theuisulvos, und tho carrying out of
Under thoso arrangments, tbe
camp becamo clean and orderly,
wood was moro regularly divided
and dealt out, and tho dead wore
moro decently cared for lhau before.
Thoro can bo no disputing this
organization accomplished ranch
good. Hut even this organization
was porverto I into a tool of tbe re
bels for dotecting tho work on tun
nel a, punishing thoso who dug them,
by thirty stripos upou tho bare back
with a cat-o'nine-tails.
"Ibg Poto' becorao prostratod
with a fovcr, a gigantic, ignorant
brute, with neither tho good sonso,
good humor, nor tho disposition to
doul justly, which were charoteristios
of Big 1'ete, took his, place as "chief
of polios," and under his misrule
cowardly acts woro perpetrated up
Thoso who incurred the displeas
ure of tbo rebeln, or their tool, the
"Chief," were tied to a whipping
post, and woro mercilessly punished
upon tbe back with that classic in
strument, a cat-o'uiue. tails.
Sergeant Pbinoous, of a Fonnsyl.
vania rogimont, bad once boon in
strumental in bringing this bignly
brnto before tbe prison tribunal at
Audersonville for the murder of one
of his company or regimental boys-
Ou some trivial ezouso, the obeif
brought Fbeuious to tbe whipping
post and, before even a form of trial
was through with, and while yet in
his bands were pinioned behind him
struck him repoatedly In the face
with bis olinobed fist.
It was only through tbe Insbrsv
mentality of Lieutenant Ji irrot, of
tbe prison, that he got a triul, and,
nothing being provud agiut hiiu,
he was released.
Sergeant rhinoou , then . Said be
aould bvo justico j aud I only wou'.is
. " " .t
lor that S. has never since boon!
brought to triil for his brutal out-
rages against pri men.
In Novcoibor tho cold buenno so
intcngo, onr ratious bo lnatUtvite
for the mnintonanco of liealth, 'the
prospects of an t xclmngo before the
clof-o of the war so vague, ntn! tho
ehanroe for lifoeo nncertsiu, that tho
itrougest heort recoiled ut thoughts
01 the future.
Urokon down in bonllh nnd spiiits
Miey cast riispairingly around thnn
iu search of some means by which
toinio fjom tho impen ling doom
which threatened them.
Terrible wcro thoso days and
nights of torturo mid death, frotr
which there seomod in roloaso.
Most of tho prisoners whoso hearts
r"1,1 lwn b"','1"1 80 lunf of
oxchango. pnrolo, or drlivcranco by
..: i. . . . .
...i. m mm, our ioicos, now pain; into
Taking n Ivanfngo of Ihia hope
lessness among tho prisoners, n ro
crtiiting station for tho ronfe lento
army wn npeno 1 near tho stockade,
tho ofllcers of which caiuo into pri
son for iceruils.
Thci o wero soroo among us fo
hopelosH, ho lost to every feeling but
hunger, that they barterod their) A lawyer cannot maintain an ac
honor for food, and took tbo oath of ,tion for counsel fees, unless thoro is
allegiance to tho rottou and detested j an express contract.
Let those who blamo thorn con
sider that thoso mon had beon Buf
fering M tni'inenls nf A n.lc-rson vilM
Hollo Island, Salisbury, Charleston,
and Milloo, for many dreary months,
and now boforo thorn was a hopeless
winter, without clothes to cover
their nakedness, food sufficient to
proBorvo health, or blanket to wrap
them in at night.
Sumo c insider an oath ta!;on nt
such a timo not binding, went out
only to risk their in an cscapo. Fon
ny n boy Cf: con ypnr.i of a;To, had
no blanket or cooking iiletisili. II.)
was continually obliged t beg for
tbo iiso of them foni sotno Olio who
bad thoiu ns Lin own.
Iu his destitution, he Inl t
walk Digl ts to keep from l.eiug chill-:
ed completely turuiign, tvnibii nun .
men in prison, w3 in luliy followed
His lifo was crowded with
prossiblomisory. For wei kj
Tommy endured theso mi leries. Ho
Lad refinod at Charloitou to go out
and work ; but at I.ih'. tbo tempter
prevailed f ho went tint, took tho i
oath, bad enough to cat for ouo week
nnd was shot, it was said, whilo try
ing to cfcapo the next, week, thus
who stood it as long at he could
without clothes aud food.
Many mon ratlisr choso death,
than stain thoir lips with lho dis
honor of such aa oallu riienuous.
whom I havo twlco before mention"
cd, had it urged npon him thas to
save his lifo. His answer wits, "My
boy is doad. I shall go with tho
boy.'' Simple words, yt heroin,
"Death rathor than dishonor" has
bcon sublimoly uttered by orators
and novolists, but never was its im
port so heroioally realized asiu many
mstaaoos like those daily oocunng
iu prison. I was, however, grieved
sometimes to eoo mon in compara
tively good houlth going out tuke
tbo oath for tho confederacy, mon
who possessod a blanket or au over
coat. A fa men of my regimont, woro
of this uumbor, in spite of promisos
made to mo a fow moments boforo.
When my back was turned thoy went
out to the recruiting officer. So
great was the indignation of the
prisoners at tho conduct of snob
mon, that tho rebels had to con
tinually protect them by a guard.
Tho robots bad no respoct for
such of our men whojtook the oath,
and distinguished them from tho
goouioo gray-baoks, by tbo signifi
cant term of "Qalvaoized yanks." It
was true that n fow under torrihle
snfforing, with death lookiog thorn
in thoir faces, took tbe oath as the
last hope of life.
Yet I eaonot be amazed at the
general eoostanoy with whiob starv
ing men repudiated suoh eooduot
while surrouudod by suffering aud
Thore are but few instances re
corded where men exposed to- suoh
toinptatious so resolutely acted, snf
furod, and died for tbo right. The
hero who giros bis life for a Pause,
m bile shouts of comrades ohoer his
heart, thrilling with gisnd emotious,
looked upou with a J miration.
l'A NOVUM lililt
Hat he who nuffurs gradual starva
tioo. temptation, and despair, for
mny. many weary moniln. and nt
list seal his devotion with d.-ath, is
iionot tho truest hero T My a one
lies to d:y in bis prison grave, which
bears no namo or mink to tell ho
ho died, or what bo suffered, 01
I how trno ho was to tho
which ho renounced borne, happi
ness, and lifo i but a greniful nation
will recogni.o nnd remember in com
ing timo tho duvotioti which ho
1)1)0 so much to peipetuale and pro
servo uatiotnl lifo nod honor.
2 tic ( 'iinh'iiiint.
An authority to buy leal estate
ui'lst l.o in writing.
.1 writing admitting a balance
duo is not assignable.
A wilLcss Hiibp'xmed to attend
court, cannot bo nrresto 1 by enpias.
An intentional destruction of n
noto by a party thereto avoids it,
A party to a suit cannot lo nr
rostcd whilo attending court, iu any
action for debt
An alien having li domieil in
this Stato is not. exempt from tav
ation for military purposes
A book neeount cannot bo assign
ed so that tho assinnoo can sue
thereon in lii.-s own tiamo.
A master inny rnnmi Dm vnluc
of tbo apprentice's pervico for bis
unoxpired term from ono who ab
Toaring off tbo seals of a mort
gago or even its entire dixtruetion,
by an unauthorized person, will not
Tho ownor of lands is responsible
ford images aiising from an area
unprotected opening into a public
An assignment of vent aficr it ir.
due, will not convey any li.'ht
suit to tho assignee, uul" divtbt tho
lessor of his riyht.
Untying anil removiii;' a horse
from a public hitching post, when
uoiiu iy utij. ou) wivuliiu uuiuun.j,
amonnts to trespasn.
If a p"H;on iiitoxicatoil fell nuleep
bis wagon, and hishorsn run away
ho would be liable for all d images
A female cannot bo arrested in a
civil fhI'. in tliit Stato for fraud, but
''io may bo attache 1 for contompt
I f..t iiMii.i,(i'in,ul r.f nnla
l.l 1 1 W It . I'll U .
It is a itehat.iUo oin(, of law,
vliiit.Tipr i.!riLinif n linm.i rittne iiidin i
it cirri 0 m wliieli a person in feit
tint in an anwnH on tlio person.
A p irty nlio-ij oodn nro utdaw
fully distrfiinod for rent, iloen not
forfoit or wrtivo any loy.il rijjht by
not elttiniinctbo goods when tbo dis
tress is made.
The owner of a steam boiler,
which ho has iu uso on bin owu pro
perty in uot rcHpounibla in the ab
sence of nojrlieiico, for tbo damage
done by its bursting.
A buck id not liublo for the Iobd
hv linriTliii'o of v.iltinhli'y di'DOHitad ill
' ' , , .
the Vault Of the bllllk, aod DO Com-
nanollnn U,..,.f..H tt.l.nn I l.n
. , ,
effects of tbo bank nro kept ia the
Unjustly and unlawfully rofuftiug
to Apply ruonoy or property to tho
satisfaction of a judgment or oxuen
tiou ib a fraud, and tbo party inja ed
may prooure tbo arrest' of tbo de
fendant. When a person voluntarily pays
monoy that could not bo colluoUd
by legal process, but which in jue
tico ought to be paid, it cannot be
recovered, but where uoouoy in paid
by compulsion, as esosssive freight
ohargos on a railroad, it can bo re
covered, by law.
Thi owoor of a ptssago boat, who
has tbe management, disposition
and direotioa of tho samo who ad
vertises it for passage aud reooive
the passage and reoeives the passage
mouey, is liable for all uulawful soU
misdemeanors and oegligenoe of the
hands on board, la the ordinary
course of business.
A tax collootor receives a obeok in
payment of taxes on a certain lot,
aud givos a receipt. Tbe receipt wan
shown to a purchaser of tbe lot a
evidence that the taxes were paid.
The check was not paid and tbo city
enforced the tag against tbo proper
ty in tho bands of the puiobaser,
Tbe purebnsor sues the collector.
Held, that suoh pnobanei- could not
maintain au sotion ajfuinit the eol
lootor for the loss sustained by him.
mi NO, 11
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PHYSICIANS AW SURGLOMS.
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J)H MAltAM) KOTIIIUICK,
Fremont. Snyder county, P,v
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Physician & Surqpon,
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Ivcrvthing belonging to tho
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.TIil Hno kiilm II fnrn'flitil and
will he k,t Iu lht l..si l'nn Irani mv.
(Iiio'I l.iiuuri, ilo.Ml Oinko) nl i'iiarx Terr
Mmlrrat. Slarch ,'-S,tl.
jrp.lb Uielfrnigurl mi l icpecifully in
Lformtlit Iratrlline rut'lic. bunr
"" wlinoaa ami Jur.'i in lUii,U. at cm
t)Mtria lliat ln htt tutln i:n I i"ri imr4l.in fur
liolr i"-'iimt, i.Uti itt nJ will t-i, .,. r to rt).
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Apr, ill ;, I j. IV iTi. tor.
C E N'T UK VI LI. E IIOTKL,
(Lata Mra. Waarar't.)
eaatarvlla Horilar Co., Pa.
PKTfcU HAKTMAW, froprl.io ,
Tkla latiKOtabllnha.1 and wall known ho
havlnxbaan purvnaicil l.jr tht un.lerilnaJ,
Hull, a ahara ol tba nu l.lti- . at ronacr.
. PtltK UAHTAl AN
April, t, IIJ1.
rjllIB NATIONAL HOTEL.
JOHN B. POCKLKit. PropV.
Tlil IIoIkI la pletnantljr ,.,.t.wl in ih "n,i,rf
nl lua varrilaalrvMn plara f..r travnlira ti.mo'i
tliu agbTiif a'f"iuu"ilailtia at i u ni,i. i ,,
ni.aai.'PpliiH nm' will lo ama to call aa-aln. Tl.a
k.i .tli.n,ir In tl. li
- aralolaaa Uoturaul luooanfi-llon
Merchant sTtlo use,
un v 11a
VORTH THIRD STREET, nilL'A PA.
TorniM --i$l 50 pot- ilny.
HENHY SPAUN. I'mnV
J II. SKLUKIMER
Coach & Suddlcr Warfii',M!.!"
ANft t al VII tfli'TPDt U a-tUi
w a s v p s s ff
Stoves tV 'riinvnrc
. MARKKT BTRKKT,
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Pnl'lUbed every Thiovdsv Ktemns;
Tenna of Snbscnpf tori,
TWO tf)f ,f., Its PKB ANNtf.' fh.
able within sit inontbs. or iViOifnAf
pil wittdT) theyfnr. ffoffliir il
coiitiiiiieil. linl4t nil sri-earsKo .ii-e'
l aid union at too oj.tii.it of the pub'
Hiibsi ripTiiitis e'll- ide of the count
FAVAIH.K IN AI.VANt R.
SksrlVrsonp lliilog nii.l tiling plippr
d.lii'fseil 'm olhfiii tie. uiueaiilwent erii
tint Hie liiibhi fm the print of the paper
Hkown's Iron Hitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that arc not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus Incoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
rRowN's Iron Brrrr.rvS
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
Like the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
licv. 6. V. Rich, editor of
the American Christian Kt
rvitc, says of lirown's Iron
Cicin: The f-ioiri was)
inK t.f vilnl force in limine.,
lcaiurr, ami vie loin in.lul-;i-ncc
i f our pci lc, make
your rrrpr.ratii in a nicrity;
m l it a; )'ln..l, will tavc liun-lt'-J
win. riwirt li Ml.j.n
fur tcmpvrary feenpnaoon
Brown's Iron Bitters
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and)
Absolutely Pure. ,
T);l I nw Irr ti r rir. A nBirl of pr
(j. fttfcth ;! t h(iliTniisi. Wmv sfo
t'i'i'i U 1 fti nil the 1'r.UtitfV k lul, I till rat, ft Im
fc.il-1 lu r l tt'Otl ith Hir ni'iUti'1f of )
tt, siiort i itt.. ailtta r tl. ei bt i nwi- r.
PoWUt K Hi . Inf. tAftll M. N. .
1 will mall ffrn tlm rlpt fcr ft tlfnpT
Vticrmblr Dsilits thai will rsntsr Tsr,
; t- rrcklrsi, l'lmtlNi ftD'l Hloltltr, Irftrihn
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WUUsvatfi ftritn, N V,
ERHORS OF VOUTH.
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fTMin nniLrnipned oftVi i.t rrivat
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i'o , I'a. mlla s.rt ol alU.lltl.ur;, ooMata.
of tba lt lima tona lan.l, waaraoa ara
m a Ki.i"i t'fn.-nai-liliiR liouia, irit, and aii.
er outi'Ulll.HKa.rll ol rcmhI viur itair
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HEROES OF THE PLAIN?,
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Kmvrftelnff ih I.lrw nd Wnftrfr1 AsIvm.
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