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KDITOK and VKOPKIKTOK
i jiiDDLEBUllGH. SNYDER CO, PENN'A, JUNE 25, 1885.
1, yXOT ?0TO LfiVSL.
TcJ eftn be ft flhlntf shallop if yott
. ' r7t be a ship, , ,
If yo. can not be ft H,iMhon be at
fet a tallow ilipl
Yoen be a valiant sol.li.-r thonjrh
may not be a host,
You watoh a lnK boiwllaml ir
you can not iciiard '!M,t5
tL?rU vverytliinif tlmf- noble In
.. Otn wisdom ami the Rrnce
WXJnilhitev.-ry duty, whatsoever
- be your place.
I W ran 'P"1"' th ,,T ln P,n,n n.d ,n
f .taring at the sun.
Yoa will fln.l that yon are bllnoXl
' Ion bffore the tlay Is done.
Cc'-ier b the humble limpet that I
tafe where'er It clinir,
Tt.A attempt an cattle's 'arinn
t ; lun yon lack th eal'n wIiih.
Tlte are sonn as swift a swallowtt,
.". there are others who must weep.
: - And you never saw a turtle try to take
V v '.ft tiger's leap.
" yu can not be a Talxban with Its
. thunderous report,
. & ftontent to carry powder In a nor
Her of the (ort;
; IfyiMicannot rule an army with a
. great commander's kilt,
Yo an Ore ft common musket In
obediwee to bin will;
Tiere U but ft single coiupnsa lathe
hip, however threat,
Cat each rivet ami pail liber holds a
portion of Us fate.
Kevcr try to hold a UuhIicI If desijrnetl
? to hold h peck,
Or 'outreach the cranes and ramols
1 with your half an inch of neck;
2Tver try to race with dolphins If you
; " enn not even swim,
Of tochallenire- hawks for vision if
' " ',: '( your eyeB In? old and dim;
Xtver cpreud a trriiin of butter over
. y- fifty yards of bread.
Of attempt with penny trumpi-ts to
' awaken up the dead.
Not every stick of timber tlmt I fit to
" make a must,
Not every btrueturo build?d is a Py
' . ; ramid to lust.
Not every piece of muniu is an anthem
' or a psiilm,
Not every KrovinsrtpliuKthe.t it pine
. 4r lofty palm;
1 Yet every tuopsy iitom has its own pe
Ainl each its perfect useftihioss or
beauty in its place.
These truths are old and hoary, yet
we nee t them itvcry tlay,
To reconcile our loniujisto the limits
of our way;
The only true philosopher Is he wjio
" v leiirns content,
'' ; ThoujglquarttHred in a Mil iee or but
- ' sheltered in his tent;
Whose cheerful soul is ready to en
,: compass what it can,
f Nor vex itself in criticising Uod's cter-
I The secret of the Journey is to know
..(V and bear it length;
The key of every effort Is to rightly
V ' gauge your strength;
Accepting what Is given you with the
.patience that but asks
The knowledge for Its purpose and
j the courage for its tasks;
-' Conteut to struggle bravely and with
' honor in the strife,
V Whether called to lead or follow on
; the battlefields of lire.
We ask no higher mission than suo
' eehfuUy to teach
; The vanity of grasping for the things
beyond our reach;
Of wasting modest talent lu ambitious
To reap but bitter failure and tho ash
es of regret.
Go, study what is la thee, and to be a
'.' Know Qrst; then do thy duty hi the
(ireut Eternal's plan.
' Go shalt thou know contentment ami
contentment s rlcu Increase,
A life eudowed with blessings and a
spirit filled with peace;
A dearth of disappolutmunts and of
hours with pride perplexed,
Of jealousies, heartburnings that so
many urea have vexed
When dead, though Prince or peas-
ant, 'tis enough that they should
'He knew his place and purpose, and
performed eiw.h duty well."
J. Eilix JmKi, in Current
The un was just Bolting ai.
clow of ft long, hot day in J una
vrhoo Ernest Block and mjself drove
oar wagons uf to tho bank ot the
Wed rWer, on tho territory eido Wo
were hauling freight for tho Unitod
SUtoa govoroment, and wero oa oar
way to Texas for ft load.
We signaled the ferryman, living
oa the Text tide, ftud as soon as be
came crer. beito to crose. Tbe
boat was too small to take over both
wagons at ouoe. so I crossed first
and came back to assist Ernest,
lie bad two teUctory mules.
which bad alwsvs to be held la ft
f.,y boat, aud it sometimes took
both of os to do so.
Just as the ferryboat aoareit tho
station ft Urge, powerful horse, evi
deotly nearly exhausted, came Into
view sroaod ft bond in the road, a
donble burden on its back. A young
man of noble tppoaiance, but look
ing weary and uarrassed, rodo in
front i behind, ft boaatiful girl, oonr
ly white, bat with sufficient Indian
blood showing through tbe clear
skin to add ft piquant obaroi to tho
They rode np to tbe wagon, and
the yonng man without dismount-
Uog spoke to Krnest.
'Sir, I sru a white man, and some
lays sioce I bad ft qmrrol witli
another and, . anfortnoately, bo was
accidently shot. I atu pursod by
bis brothers, who are closo behind,
snd who uavo sworn to kill mo on
sight. I ask your help to crooo tho
rirer, if poseiblo, unsoon."
Why do thcyt" bogan ErnoBt,
bot tbe stranger cut birn Bhort.
"Time presses, sir ; yon most an
swer 'yes1 or 'no !' If not, I must
lo tho boat I can for myself. I
dislike to shed blood, but if I am
too cloeoly pursued " and tho
gleaming of the bluo eyoa finished
Ernest took another look at the
open uauly face, which, whatovor
might be written thoro, showod no
traco of crime.
Then bo spoke, and fastTor tho
trampling of horses' foet rapidly op-
proacbinc, could now bo heard.
"1 supposo you wish to take tbe
lady with you ? Got iuto tho wagon,
and uudor a wngon sheet, xvbich you
will fiud there loose, I will hido your
brBo iu lb u eV'
The young mun dismounted, as
sisted oft' the girl who wag riding
behind him, and did as directed,
cowering Uowu in tho bottom of
After depositing the sheet so as
to look as if it had only boon care
lesoly thrown in, Krnost led tho
horse a short diatanco from tho
road, and after taking off saddle
bo turned him looso and roturned
to his team.
I had witnessed thn bcpho from
tho boat which, by this timo bad
reached tho bauk, and tho wagon
drovo in. Aftor giving tbo ferry
man a caution to silonco, Ernest
turuod to roe :
"I may bo helping a fngitivo from
jnstico, bat I will risk it. Loose tho
boat and put off, HeooUor !" bo ad-
dod to the ferryman.
At Ibis moment, howover, a pair
of horsoa, covored with dust and
sweat camo around tbe tarn in the
road, and their riders drew rein at
tho river eido. They woro two
powerful, evil-looking follows, with
belts stuck full of revolvers, and a
rifle across tbo pommel of each sad
Tho elder looking one of tbe two
addressed Ernest ; "Have yon seen
anything of a man and woman on
one horse anywhoro horo T"
As he spoke bis eyes roamed to
the wagon and shoot in it, and both
'Why, what do yoo want of
tbom J" asked Ernest.
lie has killed a man io tho Choc
taw nation, is trying to get away
tho woman with him, and I want to
arrest hiin. If you bolp blui to got
away it will bo the worse for yoo. I
believe be is under that sheet aov
Aud bo steppod on tho ferryboat.
Tbo other remained on tbe bank,
with bis band on a pistol, roady to
assist bis brother,
Tho one on tho boat approached
tbe wagon and was about to raise
tbo sheet, whoa Ernest, with bis
eyes gloaming dangerously, spoke
to him :
'This wagon is In tbe employ of
the Unitod States government, and
no one but a regularly authorised
officer can search it,"
Tbo follow, however, still peruist-
hut aa be laid bis baud on the
oil directed blow from
Tbo ooi on tbo . ... .
draw bis rovolver, ha
could do so I bad him covored.
learns to be quick with tbe pistol
on tbe frontior, as a mau a life may
depend on his "gotting the drop"
on some rufuau.
The ferryman, torrifiod at tbe
econo bofore bioi, bad remainod
quiul, but now at a sign from Ernest
pushed the boat from tbe bank.
Ernest, keeping tbe prostrate uuu
covered with bis pistol, spoke to
(be one on the bank.
"I shall Inks yonrcompanion with
ns as a hostage for your good con
duct, tf you shoot after us, bo suf
After seeing bis captivo io the
skiff, Grst discharging all bis weap
ons, he spoke to the novr aowed
"When you get to the olhor sido,
stand on the bank until the boat re'
turns. If yott attempt to go into
tho bushes or try any other treach
ery I will shoot you."
Tho ferryman put him across the
river and returnod, and Ernest came
up tho bunk to whero the wagons
wero. Meanwhile I bad driven np
tho bill and relieved tbo occupants
of tbo wagon from thoir uncomfor
table covering. They wero noarly
smotherod but had made no move
ment until all was safe.
Tbe young man jumped to the
ground, aud, with a simple shake of
tho hand, and the earnest words", "I
thank you both," assisted bis com
paoion out. Ernest now came np,
and to him tho strangor turned i
'I owo yon my life, and if over I
can in some manner pay yon so
great a debt, trust me I shall uot be
"I am glad to have been of service
to yon," said Ernest, smply. "I
think yon nro safe for the night.
Tbero is no olhor forry within twen
ty miles, and thoy will not cross any
one after night, Itjd river in too
high to swim over. If you remain
with us tonight wo can roako tbo
lady a bod in tbo wagon, and tho
rest must tako tho ground. You
can tell us, then, bow you managed
to get into tho scrnpo."
After some further discussion it
was arranged, and wo wont into
camp. .Supper over and tho horsoa
btakod oft", tho young lndy retired to
one of tho wagons, while tbo rest of
us, at some distance, reclinod on
blankets and Baddies, guarded by
our faithful dog.
Nothing could como within 100
yards of the camp without hie giv
ing tho iii iim.
i'hon ttie t ranger, wIioro name
was ilerndoo, gavo us an acc JiiiU of
how ho happened to coiue to tho
river in such a plight .
"So mo mouths since I was iu the
Chickasaw nation, buying up c:tllo,
wben I bocamo acquainted with n
Mr. Williams, who was tnarriod and
settled among tbo Indiaus.
"I fonud it convenient to go very
often to his bouso, about cattlo, I
porsuadod myeolf at first, bat I soon
had to acknolddgo that tho attract
ion was his daughter Lily, the young
lady who is with mo.
"She is only an eighth Indian,
well oducated, and as to ber beanty
yoo can too for yourselves. Bbe
soon began to look with favor on
mo, and I asked bor of her father.
He was willing, and we wero engag
ed. "Hut there wore three sons of the
old man's by ft former marriage
wun a wnuo woman wno uated me
from the start. I think they bad
hoped to get possession of Lily's
property, but knew if I marriod bor
tbore would be little chance of that.
Matters went on, however. I was
too happy to care for them, although
they became more unbearable from
day to day. Tboy bore no good
repntation in tbe country, and I was
warned against thorn more than once
"Throe days ago tbe explo
sion came. I was walking with
Lily when tbe youngest of the three
met ns, and after ft few insulting
words, accused me of dishonorable
It was more than I could stand,
aud I sprang toward him to strike
him. He attempted to draw a pis
tol, bot I ojosed with him and at
tempted to. tako it away. In tbe
straggle tho pistol went off, and bo
was shot dead. I stood for ft mom
ent stuoued with horror, wben Lily's
voico roused me.
"Ob 1 fly I fly I The others will
kill you wben thoy see you. They
will swear it was no accident.'
"'Not much of an accidont I I saw
tbe whole thing and he shall swing
for it,' said a voice behind tne.
' I turned around there stood one
j-e other brotbors, with leveled
tempted' d,recl,y on m 1 l
allow it, "k, but he would not
and if you try to get wVJ" bouso,
you like a dog. I would shooVioot
oo w, but for tbe pleasure of bating1
you bung 1'
'My own protestations, Kily's
tears and entreaties were of no avail
and to avoid immediate violonce 1
thought it best to comply.
"On the way to tbe house we
wero Joined by the other brother,
aod after a few words io some
language unknown to in :, they both
hurried me on. Tbe ol' man was
not at home when wo readied tbe
bouse, and after another consulta
tion thoy chained me iccnroly and
then made preparations for a jour
ney. "As I galhorod front lints -purs
posely lot drop thoy intondod to
tako me to Fort Smith to bo tried.
I did not exactly see tho object of
this, sinco, if tho case was onco
brought to trial, I could oasly bo
clearod by Lily's evidence
"Aftor sending somo of tho ser
vants to bring in the body, they
mounted me on a horse, they tied
my hands behind my back and my
feet nnder the horsn, and with one
riding bobind and tbe othor before
wo set out.
"Lily boggod to be allowed to go,
but they refusod, It was a loooly
country where Mr. Williams lived 1
no bouso within twenty miles or
ska would have gone for help to
stop tbcru., .
"Tho first day's travel passed
without inoident. My captors woro
taciturn, Baying nothing to me and
but littlo to each other. At night
they loosed my bands sufficiently to
ht mo eat, which was a little moro
than I expected ; but aftor sniper
my hand and fuot woro securely
fastcnod, with a padlock.
"Tbo night of tho socond day we
camped on the edge of an old Sold,
grown over with brown grass. Tbo
samo precautions wero taken as on
tho previous night, and Boon my
captors were wrapped in slumber.
I know that iu all probability it was
my Inst night on earth, and many
conflicting emotions filled my mind,
driving away sloop. Hut chiefly I
thought of Lily, my prairio llowor,
left to tbo moroy of those rudo
"Abint mMuiht my modilations
wero i'ilrrruptcd by a soft ru-tlo boi
bind mo iu tho bushc, but befoio 1
csuld spuak a motion a voico whoso
music I novor expected to hear
again on earth, said 'hash' and iu n
moment Lily was besido me,
'Then, with her arms around mo,
bor lips closo to my otr, sbo told
mo tbnt sbo bad overheard her
brothers talking of killing mo on
tho way, being afraid to do so at
home; sbo had caught two of bor
own horsoB (tbe best in tho country)
and followed with tho bopo of res
"Sho had a key which she thought
would opea the padlock fastening
the chain that held me. Tbo pad
lock was one of tbe spring kind,
with tbe keyhole, a simple slip, at
the bottom. Tbo koy is ft plain, flat
bar, with various indentions in it to
fit the wards of the lock flies open.
"So quietly that not a link rattled,
Lily nnwonnd tbo chain, and I was
once moro free. We started for the
horse, but nnfortnnatoly Lad got
but a few feet when I stepped on a
dry stick, which broke with a lond
crack. Lily's brothers were light
sleepers, and they woko immediate
ly. Not Boeing me, they rushed
Lither aod titbor in Bearoh, and just
as we reached the horses one of
them caught sight of us and fired,
The ball struck Lily's borse and
killed it- In a moment I bad seat
ed Lily bobind me, aod, eonceaW
ment being now impossible, rode
away at fall speed.
"They saddled and came bard af
ter ns. We kept our distance, but,
on account of tbo donble burden
wbiob our borse carried, were never
able to get far out of hearing, while
they followed with ft persistence
worthy of a hotter cause. Not dar
to stop in the nation, I rode for tbe
rivor, wbiob I fortanately reached
in time to meet yoo and baffle tbom. j
Our bot so, good as he was, was
nearly exhausted, and could not
have carried us much furtbor.
Thanks to you, I hope we are safe
Tbe story was ended and we were
soon asleep. In the morning we
took Herodon and Miss Lily to tbe
railroad, where they took tbe traiu
for Forth Smith,
We received a letter from him af
terward. He stood tho trial, came
oot clear aud married Miss Lilv.
rwtf.jyilllams boys wore soon after-
viJJd iu a drunkeu filt,
Xeop Old Frisnds While Malting Nox
Make new friends, but keen tbe old,
Those are silver, these nre gold;
New-made friendships, like new win,
Ako will mellow and refine,
Friendships that have stood the tes
Time and change are surely best;
Hrow may wrinkle, hair grow grny,
Friendship never knows decay.
For 'mid old friends, tried and true,
Once more we our youth renew.
Hut eld Mends, ulas! may die,
New friends must their place supply,
'ln rlsh friendship in your breast.
New Is good, but old Is best;
Mnkencw friends, but keep the old,
Those are silver, these are gold.
Tho Smallost Watch In the. World-
A small, gold penholder, resting
in a rich velvet case, lay on a jewel .
er's showcase iu John stroot. The
end of tho holder was shaped liko an
elongated oobo, and was an inch
long, A faint musical ticking that
issued from it attracted a customer's
attention. Tbe jewollor lifted tho
holder from tho caso, with smile,
and exhibited a tiny watch dial,
1-lCth of an inch in diameter, sot in
tbo side between two other dials al
most as small. One indicated tbo
day, and tbo other tbo month of tho
year. The centre dial tickod off
seconds, minntos, and hours.
'Tbis is the smallest watch ever
made," the jewoler said, "and tbe
only one of its kind it tho world. It
took a Uoncva watch maker tbe bet
ter part of two years to lit the ports
together no tbnt they would work
accnratcly. It lias been oxbibitod
in London and Furis."
Tho works of the watch woro so
that they fitted longtbwiso in the
bolder. The mainspring was an
elongated coil of steel fitlod to the
wbnoln by a tiny chain, anil worked
like nn old f.ishionod clock weight.
Tho works wero wound by means of
a little screw of gold on tbo nnder
sido of tho handlo. A gold pen was
fitted in tho holder, aud tbo jowolei
wroto with it without dirttnrbiu? the
operations of tho fairy watch.
"What's tho prico?" tho customer
"A round .VM)," replied tho joiv
cK.t, lushing. AVe York .Sun,
STCSY OP EX-SENATOR BliVCE.
lllancho K. Druco, wJioro eigni
turo as rogistor of treasury now
graces ovory national bauk bill, was
vory popular while iu tho Senate,
although he is of African descont.
Unobtrusivo, attentive to bnsiuoss
and modest, ho conquered the preju
dices against his race aud was treats
ed with marked courtesy by hh as
asnocialos. One day after be bad
been a Senator for two years or
more, Senator Hogy, tbe aristocratic
doscondent of one of tbe old French
families of .St. Louis, took ft seat by
his sido, saying :
"Mr. Bruce, I have a bill bore 1
want you to vote for. It is one in
which I have ft great personal inter
est. It has nothing political in it.
Look at it aod tell nao what yon
Bruce laughed as be said i
"Senator Bogy, I bopo we shall
arrange this more satisfactorily than
our last business transaction. '
"Our last business transaction.
What do yoa moan V
'Don't yon remember mooting me
before my coming to tbe Sonata''
'Most decidedly no."
''I think I can refresh your mem
ory, Senator, Some twenty years
ago you were one day rnnniog down
Oliver Street in ft harry to aatcb a
steamer. Von were carrying a hea
vy valise. Tbe day was very hot
Don't yoo remember tbe colored
boy who camo np and offered to
carry the valise down to the levee
for a quarter f Yoa ran along with
tbe boy. Hoon tbe wharf dock was
reached. Tbe boat was just swing
ing out You ran and jumped on
board. You called for tbe valiso.
lue coiorou ooy put mo vaiise DOs
hind bis back snd called for his
quarter. You huuted, fisbod out a
quarter and tossed it ashore) but tbo
gap was too wido to toss the Valise
Tbe captain bad to stop tbo boat
and buck np before yoa could get
your valise. Do yott remember
Well, I should say I do."
"I was that colored boy.
Great men cover wuct elpcrionco.
All moo Lave their imprudent
mi 1 , I . . I. I a
COURTIN& A WIB3W.
Tho Dloomfiold "Ma'.l" whoso ed
itor probably married a widow for
his socond wife, tells tho difference
between courting a widow and ft
yonng girl :
Young girls are timid and shy in
earnost, and if a fellow is not pretty
certain bo has found precisely the
angel of his looking for, he can man
age so as to have tho refusal of her
for a year or moro, and at the same
time manago to keep his nock out of
tho roach of a breach-of-promise
suit when ho happens to meet some
othor Bweet-fa ced nngel that seems
to him to bo better snitod to bis
tastes. It is differont with ft widow.
She gets rid of hor shyness at tho
earliest coLvcnicnt opportunity, and
finds out the principal things sho
desires to know of him before sho
allows him to get acquainted. The
school girl of 1G trusts herself to
fino young fellow on sixty or ninety
days' sight without security; hut the
widow, like a thrifty wholesale house
goes out and oxaminos tbo mercan
tile roport concerning him and tbon
Bells to him on bor own terms for
cash. Sho has blm sized up bofore
bo comes to market, and wben she
looks as it she wero ft very artless
creat nro, and fighting shy of bim
whonover ho happons to sit ft littlq
closo to bor on tho sofa, tbero are
ton chances to ono that ho will nev
er look any furtbor, but will buckle
right up to hor and put tbo question
fairly and squarely, and wben ho has
douo no sho is uot going to tremblo
nil over and blush and ask for a
week or a mouth iu which to muko
up her mind. Slro will just wind
bur arm around his neck and look
up into bis face without ono of Klla
Wbooler's tloecy ynrus and beforo be
has had timo to catch his broalh be
will find himself nailed to tho croBS
with a "yes," that pierces bim to bis
TnS SONS OP VETERANS-
Wo publish the following by "A
Son," taken from tho Hollidaysbntg
Kegiuter of a recent dato t "Among
tho organizations iu tho Unitod
States tending to better tbe social,
moral aud patiiotio sentiments of
tho mon of tho future, tiouo have
highor aims or moro nobler purpos
es than tho Sons of Veterans, Its
object is to keep green tbe memories
of fatbo'S who sacrificed their lives
for tho maintenance ot tho Uoioo, to
inculcate patriotism and love of
country among themselves and
among all people and to spread and
sustain the grand and glorious doo
trine of freedom, liberty and justice
to all ; to perpetuate tho observance
of Memorial Day, wben tho last vet
eran will bave wound bis martial
cloak around bim i and, with bis
comrades gone before, meet in one
grand reville in that othor and bot
ter "land of the froo and borne of the
brave." We fear tho nobleness of
their purpose is not folly understood
Indeed some people bave an idoa
that the tendency is ia tbe wrong
direction. The latter is ft mistake,
because be person can join a camp
who docs not believe in Christian re
roligiog. Each meeting of the camp
opened and closed with prescribed
religions exorcises and at no time is
there a word spoken that would not
be proper in the eyes of ft eiotot, a
mother or the Bpirit of a departed
father, who laid down bis life for tbo
glory of bis country, All business
is transacted in a business way, and
with the strictest integrity. Any
young man who is eligible, and will
join this order, Cannot help but be
benefitted. It is not ft sooret socie
ty, but to protect members from be
ing imposed upon, thorn are a few
secrets connected with tbe guidance
aod protootion. Tbe ceremonies
connected with the transaction ot
tbe routine basiaesst and tbe mater-
log In of recruits, are indeed imprest
sive and ennobling. Members re
ceived are instructed and impressed
with the vory foundation prinoiples
of our government, and are made to
feel that by their uniting with tbe
Sons of Vtoprans they have an Inter
est in tbe frre&t and blood-bougbt
principles for wbicb oar fatbori
died that they bave an Interest in
soeing to ill that these principles to
dearly bought, shall for all time Io
come, be perpetaatedi Such beiog
tue aims or this: organisation, all
veterans should uran their sons tn
joiu, aod all young men eligable
should lend a helping band ia this
unlit ftw.tilkl kurtfl. "
MIPDLEhTRO II. PA
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Attorney and Cowitrlor at J.aw
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la. UomallAllont la fcoaltub ami Herman,
jji E. BOWER.
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New Berlin, Penn't.
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Attorney 6t Oonnsallor-At-Law
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ATTORNEY AT t.A if.
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OuoauUatloa la KbmUb aa4 Uian.
A. W. POTTER,
ATlOKXKr Ar LAW.
Salinagrove, Pa ,
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J II. GRIMM,
AND lUSTKICT ATT'OKNKY rUl SNYPfcH
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JOUN II. ARNOLD,
Attorney nt. luxv
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Physician & Sur Ktn
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Omrej aa Mala rU Jaatt'TV,t
J W, SAMPvSKU
' PHYSICIAN.ANO SURGEON,
tllfeM Mi plnmt.trtnal rvlcei.ta the cHllea
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Q K DO A It ItASSlN'aKR,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
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of M,M'lletnrh end flclollr. UWea la tha
Wa.hia.toa hd). Apr. i. la,
I URIER HAUUKlt,
physician a surgeon,
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Ot Mlr1,Ie)ar aiti rlotnUv. Uffi a raw rleeM
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Fremont, Snydel-tounty, Pi.
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and Hrrnn. Oder bit proleMleaal tatvlaS
io tha pobllo. Speak! tDllik aa OBlmahi
Mirth, IT, IMi.tf,
)R K. W. TOOL.
PHYSICIAN AND SUftGEON.
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