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M1DDLEBU11GH, SNYDER CO, PENN'A, MARCH 18, 18SC,
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JTJ3? TSP SA2I8.
Th Jflrli ftrs pUneitn to ct a beau;
Thy drew lor imrty, burl "I'd alio-;
And the oM Xolhi' tll us It wncii t -o
When thy wer youiirf and used to
Hut the difference is really not luore
Than a little change in tlieetyleof
And human nature lUelf, you see,
1 just the wiiue lie It used to be.
After the verpe and prayerwrre Bald,
The ukl folks Kent the boye to bed;
And they lio Mill though they were
Till dnddy K'"8 off In bin dreams Iti
Mea.l, Then down tho buck htalre eo hly and
The boys on tlptow noineh'fHly fco;
Aud tlio old man laughs in the morn
ihK to see
It's Jii!t the cmui it ued to be.
Tlio Rocd old nmids are wi(iu yet;
Orer love hITmIth they froth mid fret;
Of Kills they never saw such a set;
Kvery one is a silly coiielte.
Jlut If backward oiuethiii like forty
They would carry their meddlesome
eyes and e urs,
lu flirts und freaks of theirown they'd
It's jut the enine ns it lined to bo.
ff course, for the aed 'tis right to
The years they were happy the bent
l)ut the truth is plain und ought to be
That the world grows better iu jfrow
Atid only lore, 1: Its show and flame,
Is ever rhiiiiin, mid yet t lie same
Freuks of fitxhitm and clmiic you see,
Hut it's just the same as it used to be.
AIT ADVENTURE IN FLORIDA.
I had boon nroployei by tbo groat
liu'i(iveni( Dt and Hi-claiui Compauy,
Mobile, to explore and mup certain
Itndn in Floiidn lyin well down on
tlio odtfo if I ho great Cyprus
fcwamp. Tuo o unpiny hud pnrchae
rd nearly 1,0 '0,000 iicres of wild
I nid in (he locution I have moulion
id, and it wan nccussury for hour
odd to visit it and w ilk over most of
I lie ground bcf jre it couli bo put
into uiiaket iu the ttiutiuer conttm
pUted I hud bucnon the 1,'iound
throu WdtLs, liiivio tiv ineti wilk
n in, why n the ud veu t iu o happened
which I am about to relate.
Oue morning the three of nfl left
our camp beside one of the lakes on
Ilie upper St, JoIiu'h for a tramp,
legending to letmu by evening
While I made notes and kept tbo
topography, the inon uoted the vu
lieties of wood, nutate of tlio soil,
aud other details of iutores. On
three d, floret t uccksiona we hud
eucoiiutered m Lite men iu the demo
aud lonely forest, and kuew from
their looks aud surrounding that
tboy noro renegades from civiliri
tiou. Twico wo bud stuinblod upou
rude camps occupied by negroes
We had traveled a distance of
p.ot baps three miles when I was
atong on tbe back of the tight Lund
by an insect resembling a boruet,
though much larger. lo fifleeu
minutes tbe psio brought too to a
halt, and my band was ewolleu like
a puff bull. After a consultation, it
was decided that I should return to
tbo camp, aud the moo would push
oa by compass and cover a certain
area, aud come iu toward night
llefore I bad covered tbe distauco
to camp I was near acteatuiug out
with the pain, and mj arm was puf
liug up with tbe poison.
There was a remedy in tbe medio
cine chest, but it was a full Lour bo
fure tbo pain was reliovod. Then I
began to fdcl aluepy, and I bunked
down aud was soou fast asleep. At
about noon, after a nap of two
Lours, 1 was awakened by tbe aouud
of a human voice,
Say, you 1 '
I opened my eyes to find a. white
r!nogado stsuding over me, holding
one of my revolvers in Lis Land.
"Oil up r
I sat up. All our goods in camp
Lad been packed up and taken away.
The man wbo confronted me was
tbe wickedest looking fellow we bed
jet (net in tbe swamps. His Lair
and whiskers were to long and un
kempt that little of Lis face except
Lis ugly black eyes and yellow teeth
could bo seen.. His clothing was
part cloth and part skins, and it was
plaid that he bad avoided eifilizai
tiou for years.
Qit mp aui com," be grid.
'Who ate you, and what do yon
want" 1 demauded, as I reached
"Walk" Lo commanded, pointing
to Ibe west.
At that moment a tbir J actor ap
peared It was a womantall gaunt,
ferocious, and dressed ia the same
nondescript costume aa tbe man.
Sho came out of the jungle to tbe
west ; and aa soon as near enough
to make her words nuderstood she
lf Le ou't move, down Lim and
tie Lis Lauds and feet. We can tote
two such as him.''
She Lad tbe other revolvor in her
hand and I noticed that both Lad
hunting knives. I was unarmed,
still weak from tho (-fleets of flu
poisonous 6tiug, and entirely iu
their power The woman struck
iuto the j'lngle. I fallowed and the
umn brought up the rear.
After a walk f ahont a qnarter of
a mile we reached tbo bank of the
hike. Tied to a tree by a rawhide
rnpn was a floating cabin. Tbe
foundation was a rongb-uiaJe scow,
and tbo npper works, as they may
be termed, consisted of a long, nar
row and stoutly made hut of logs.
There was a chimney of mod und
sticks, from which stuoko issued,
aud tsro persons were on the bank
to receive ns. Oue was a boy cf
twelve or thirteen, and tho other a
girl two or throe years older. They
looked more like aild aoiuinls than
human boiugs, aud talked in a lan
guage so stianye that I csuld not
understand a word
"it'i ahead," tnid the roan, as I
halted on the bunk ; and I followed
the woman aboard tbo scow and in
to the cabin. It was a house in
which tbero was but one room, with
the hides of cattlo thrown over tbe
wild Southern moss for bods. Tbtrt
was no stove, but a sort of fire place
made of stones, with two or three
iron kettles ou the beat tb as kitchen
All our camp equipage bad been
removed to tbo cabin, and my Wiu
ehester rille Hood iu the corner As
thin wns tlmn n new nrm I did not
liclikve tli"y kuew how to nso it, but
my revolvers wero Colt s old pattern
and loudud with powdur and used
".-ot llmr, said tho woman, as
she pointed to a corner.
1 went over and sat down on tbo
bed. It was not Die coruor iu which
my ride stoud, but the wenpon was
uot moro than (on feet away. Tbe
'vomuu then said something to tbt
children iu her own mongrel dialect,
and both of them nut down facing
me (ind only three or four fuet away,
Theu man and wife cast off the rpo,
and presently the boat moved blowly
down tbo lake to Ibu north Tbe
luke appeared to be about three
miles wide by five long, and, was
shut in bv tbe dense forest.
Tbe views I had through the open
door and tbo chinks between tbe
logs showed me that tbe craft wus
near tbe shore. WbiU the jopU
seemed in no great hurry to get
down tbo lake they kept tbe scow
moving at a fair pace until we wore
about three miles from the place
where- we embarked. A landing was
the -j made iu the mouth of a creek,
and the ecow was eut'rely biddoo
from sight of any ono on tbo lake.
Iluutor and tourists, and even small
pleasure steamers came up from tbe
main river as fur as this lake.
It was mid-afternoon when tbe
boat was made fast. The rain and
swelling bad now entiiely departed
from my band and arm, and tbe
helpless fotliug which had come ov
er me wbou first captured bad given
way to a determination to help my
self out of tbe scrape. If 1 could
get hold of my ride 1 would be a
match for tbe whole four of them.
I counted them as four, oecuuso thb
boy and girl Lad Luutiug 'knives,
and would surely take part in any
scrimmage brought on. Their looks
and actions proved this. Tbey
maintained their places directly in
frout of me, and their eyes never
left aie a second. Tbey held their
knives as if tboy expected an at
tempt to escape, and tnoant to
thrust and cut if 1 tried it.
While the boat was moviog there
was no show f?r me. A seoro of
alligators, soma of monstrous size,
followed os in a rrocession, and I
Lad but to look oat npon tbe lake
to realize tbit it was alive with these
fierce reptiles. One who jumped
overboard would be seized a soon
beUuck tbe water.
Not a word was addressed to me
until tbe boat bad been tied up.Tben
tbe man came in, took a single-barreled
ride from undor tbe . other
bed, and after a few Lurried words
with the woman outside, jumped
ashore and disappeared, Wbeo Le
bad gone the woman entered, light
eJ a pipe, and, sending tho boy
outside to watch, she sat dowa iu
bis place with the cocked revolver
ou ber lap. She Lad a face wbtob
hetraved tbe mind of a boast.
"Well, a bat are you going to do
with ton t ' I asked after a while.
"Feed you to the alligators," she
"Wboro Las yoqr Lnsband goue"
To kill the other two tneo."
'What do yon want to murder ns
fort We havo iu no way injured
,'Wo was whipped and drnv out
of the settlements, and we want re
venge," she growled.
''Kut we bad ootbing to do with
it," I protested, in a firm tone.
"Cant help that. You come
poaebmg on our claim,' she an
swered. lint we'll go away.''
"I guess you won't. Wo never
let any one git away to tell on ns !'
I said nothing further ; lint by no
leims looked uixui uivtell as a dead
man. If woit mine to worst I would !
.rii-n tti.tm u fl.rlit t fflllil lint, milt'
thru, with a knife mid bullet ready
! " I
for in. , aud deemed it wiser to settle
buck and lid my time.
The man had been gone about half
nil Hour wnen mo mini reimn oi
... . . i .i . . .
rilie enine iu us iiiniif;ii tiie irr.
The woman hud been lUtenlntr for it,
and its it enine she ifiive a start und
cried out :
" There goes one of 'em."
"Who I asked.
"One of your partners. Dun has
dropped him sure."
There was such A fiendish, blood-
thirsty look on her (u; that I was
appalled, and tho same expression
ton certain degree, rested on the
faces of tlio children. Like dogs,
they licaed their chops in anticipa
tion of ii bloody fea-t. In about half
un hour the man appeared, lie had
a bundle of clothing in one hand and
' (Jit oneT" the woman asked as ho
came aboard the ungainly craft.
"Didu't git thorn both V
"No. The other got away. I'll
git him to-morrow,'' Lo replied.
'Git much r
He had in Lis hand the suit of
clothes, ride, and revolver belonging
to one of tbe men Oeorgo Hbcen,
of Mobilo, There were blood stains
on tbe clothing, and as be unrolled
tbo bundle I saw a bullet hole thro'
tbe vost. He had killed tbe roan
and then stripped him staik naked
Yes, ho had boots socks, hat, every
thing, Tbo other man was Hubert
Jackson, of Chicago, who had work
ed with me for years. He bud not
Wbyf Jackson was well armed and
a brave man. If bo bad beou press
out at tbe shooting of Sheen, he
would not have mo awav. Sheen
had au old-fashioned rifle ; Jackson
had a W inchest cr. lie would in
turn have killed tbe outlaw. The
two men must have been separated,
and tbe outlaw must have ambusbe.l
Leaving the children to watch me,
tbe man and woman now cast the
scow looso and poled bor out about
300 feet from shore, ibe sun was
getting well down, and our sido of
tbe lako was in a deep shadow,
When tbe scow Lad beeu anchored
by a atouei tbe pair inspected tbe
personal proporty and counted the
money taken from tbe victim Tbe
outlaw then washed tbo blood from
When tbey entered tbe oabin, i r
boose, tbe women produced some
cold moat and Loeoake and threw
huuks to each one, iucludiug myself
It was only after the provisions bad
disappeared, I eating mine with tbe
rest, that tbe man addressed me.
"See yere, stranger, ' Le said,
"what brought you up yere t '
"Looking over lauds,'' I replied.
'Urn I Wbo be you t '
I told bim,
'Didu't oonnton seein' Black Dae
I reckon f Le sneered.
Wbiob is nnfirl unite fur yon.
I've killed evrj land buuter wboevet
sot fat on my claim, and I'll keep
We didn't come here to disturb
or annoy you," 1 said.
It's jist tbe same thing. I'm
iown 09 the ball hamaa raoe far the
wsy I've Lin uced, tJud I'll kill when
ever I kin git tie chance I'v
dropped one of ionr fellers. To
morrow I'll drop thi other, and tbei
take kecr of you. Qit over tbar and
"Over tbar" wai ilie far corner
and entirely out of vea M of roy Win
Chester. When I bunked down ti
my corner the gno wns removed en
tirely, and tbe family lay down it
such a way as to Ln n foe in. Tot
tbe first three or four boars tbey
were like cats, starling up at tbt
slightest move, but toward midnight
I was eatixfied that all were asleep.
I could not reach the firearms with,
ont stepping over the bodies, and
they knew that sny effoi t ou un
part to loosen a log. would aroos.
About midcigbt, fter a long and
cautious effort, I SAt op. It wss s
starlight nigbt, and as tbore was do
door to tbe cabin, I cou'.d sue out. I
was fully determined to make an
( fTjrt to escape, but bou I came t
canvass tbe chancer, I Lad to abau
don tbe idea. Tbo alligators were
coustautly about ns, often renting
np to paw at tbo logs, and unless 1
could get hold of tl.a firearms and
begiu tho fight, I --bould bo wiped
out in any eiTort muds I taiok 1
slept an hour or two.aud a hat arous
cd me I canuot tell. 1 was still sit
as i lookea ont upon the
,- ... . , . . , i ,
, mght I saw a hnui&u hguro draw it
j self up on tho bows of tbe boat I
ut nrHt supposed it wad oue of Ibe
i -i., ...
iiniuii), imi ujuiuvui a
convinced mo to lite contrsty. This
hgure moved cautiously, as if desir
iug its presence nntwuowu, and was a
long time in reacbiag tbo door. It
then leaned against the lies and
raude a long survey of the interior,
aud finally sank out of sight. My
; heart was beating ( like a trip Lara
mer, and I could tot fathom the
mystery. Was it iau Indian or an
other oulluwf Maving so cautious,
ly, what object Lad Le in view T Had
I once thought of eWkSoo, 1 should
uot have dared to hjpe be bvl come
....rJ. through thn water;
aud, too, I could not have belUved
bo knew of my wlietoubouts.
From the time I first cimij'ht si'lit
of the figure to daylight was probu-
bly au hour aud a half.but it seemed
to tne as if I lived tivo yeurs. 1 had
no hopes that the man was a friend
and yet 1 could net look for a new
enemy, rcrhops, after all, it was
only one of the refugee ncgrocR, of
whom scores wero hiding in the
swamps, wuo had luado his wsv to
the scow in hops to lay hands on
provisions or clotl.ing I kept tuv
eyes on tho spol where I had list
seen him, and as Le diJ not reap
pear began to futlt'nut he had slip
ped back iuto thtj water und return
ed to the shore.
Did you ever wtcb Iho coming of
daylight when yoi) felt that with it
might come eotue life or death trans
action T The first siuus c.ime from
tbe birds Tien, afar up the lake,
came the ciies o' wtr f wl
or some other animal stood on the
shore near wLars we lad tied up the
night before and barked ia an angry
voice. Tim stars palei! and drifted
out of sight, sod tbo ittoiior of the
cabin be an o liglit up until I could
distinguish t b forms of tbo sleepers.
Where w Ibe si range tnau
friend or enecy t As if in response
to my query iu suddenly roso up,
stepped noisdessly Inside tbe door,
aod tbe next fautuut a revolver be
gan to crack ind a voice shouted to
"Keep dovb, Colonel t bug the
I rolled ovir on my face aod I
beard yells, sciuaras and feroaus. It
was all over in thirty seconds, and
some one callel ;
'All right, Colontlj I've wiped the
varmints oat 1'
1 sprang to And Jackson staodiog
in tbe centre of tbe cabin, and on
tbo floor lay outlast, wife and chil
dren all dead. It was as I bad ar
gued the day previous. Tbe two
men bad separated in the woods
Sheen to return directly to camp and
Jackson to bunt for game for sup
per. Tbe outlaw bad ambushed
Sheen and killed bim, and Jackson
bad beard tbe report of the gun and
became suspicious, lie Lurried to
camp to fiod me gone and everything
taken, aud bad traced us to tbe lake,
He foind indications to prove that a
boat Lad been used, and bad follow
ed tbe shore of Ibe lake down uutil
be found tbe coovr at aocbor.
Not one mta ia ft Iboownd would
'.'' ' '..
h ire i-bownis nerve - He knew of
the alligators, could see a dotse n of
them moving shout, and yet Le dU-
rjbed, tied Lis wespons across his
head, end swam straight for tbe soow
nd roncbeJ it unmolested. He saw
that tbe only way was lo wipe out
II Ibe RBitg. aod as soon s davliuht
voold favor Lim be began 1 1 1 o k.
When we bad buried onr cnmr ide,
we made a close search of th fl sit
ing cabin, and we fonud indisputable
proof of Ibe murder of five tr six
persons. Iu an old wooden bucket
ere two coid and' three silver
vatclipf, several pocket knives, hull
t d..znn ling, and iu gold, sil
ver and greenbacks, As none of Ibe
articles could be tiaced back lo theii
iwuers, and as vengeance l ad over-
skeo the murderers, we felt no hes
itation in taking possession of eveiy
thing for tbe beuufit of Sbeeu's wi
Tho last act was to st fira lo the
rcow aod push it unto Iho lake. It
was as iccrciful to consign tho bod
ies to the llimes as to ecu tho alliga
tors fight over them. Such human
wolves did ind deserve lo bo butied
When You Spaak on HoUous T:plc3
1. I)oti't talk too iniicli.
2. Don't talk miles yon nr po-t'd.
3. iie th b'ext you have.
4. I)ont talk 1 1 1 1 1 pi-ople are a-li'cp
Wake houio one in.iu utidyouwill
hold the rest.
5. Ilou't try to show off your learn
ing. 0. Ui't hold of the iiiokI ntllpid lililti
and you'll hold die re-t .
7. Don't cry, tint don't lie afraid to
make people hiiigh. Milk that sloph
one way will hlop the other.
V. He natural; don't trv to li some
U. Avoid cunt and pulpit tones.
10. Don't talk too lonu'. A man in
London, who preiielii'il until the peo
ple all left, said ho thought itwn-a
pity to stop when thorn was anybody
11. Don't liesitato to repeat what
t'J. Don't keep on talking Just be
eauso you are bolding the uudiciice.
-'"ut IIimiii nwnv tniiiirrv.
Vi. While the people are gathering,
use the time with song.
It Shoot where people Htlllld. As
j'he old l.i-ikcr said to tin bnrhir:
I' I lend, I lllll KolHh 'O Mioot where
thee stands; thee had lietler et out
f the way."
II. Don't gesture and move about
tin miieli, and don't talk with your
lllilids ill Vour poekcts. - U. I.. M'icLl.
Uowhoro fcs La7 11 r;:r Iloai
All da v I've been til iu' f or sol net hill),'
I ask it from all tliit I meet ;
1 flive the last penny 1 hud ill the
To buy tin a nior-i I to eat.
O pitv and help me, th ni-lit U h.j
And here I am starving, yes slurv
in' for bread,
stranger and friendless, wander
With nowhere to lay my poor hen. I.
Dear father and mother, histt-r uud
Hitter inc n.... .
Ah, little you dream I am homeless
With nowhere to lay my poor
I look at t ln wealthy who p.m m i
u illi scorn,
Nor envy the yount; or the ay :
Hut nh, I remember, the time is not
When I was as happy as they.
Though little of comfort our dwelling
And frugal and spilling our table
Was Spl e.ld,
I never have felt what I sulTer to
night, With nowhere to lay my poor head.
I've tried to be cheerful through hun
ger and want,
Hut now I can bear it no more ;
His features grew livid, exhausted
He sank at the stops of i door
It seemed for a moment that help
was too late,
TliMt life from his bosom forever
That iod in His mercy had called
hlui to rest.
And pillowed his poor weary heud.
A christian disciplo bent over bis
In tender compassion and love,
He sought to restore him, he uiur
mured a prayer,
T'wus heard by our father above.
The stranger, in friendship, a wel
come had found
The sunlight of joy o'er his pathway
Nor wonders he lonely and homeless
With nowhere to lay his poor head.
Mr. P. WUootsnn, of Horse Cava.
Ky eaya Le waa, f if man? ,yeM
badly sffl'Cted with Pbtttiaie, also
Dialn1ei tho pains were almost ni
adorable and woald sometimes al
most throw lim into crovnlsions,
He tried fclachlo Hitters and got re.,
lief from first holds and after taking
sit Iniftle was - entirely Cored and
had gained in flesh eight ei n pounds
'nja he positively believi s ho would
have died, had it not boou f r tl e
relief alfordnd by Kleclrifl Hitten.
Sold si fifty cents a botllo by G.
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it A iii. rt h u nt I'M'n. It'll. M i(.i' p in. to'
Vnrk u if, t. in, lliltltunrn 6 4 i (i in, W M.
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8 17 p in, a tlvnu ' I' till ml' pli n I .Ik tn.Nrn
S i r . 7 ii i a in , l a 1 1 1 ui ra b -d a in, Wrl,
1 ii K tui' l .'0 .1 in.
Tr.in .Oa . T.oAvci innlnif v :
35 it in, arrlvliin at I'lil .i.l I. 1,1 1 h M in. No
V It 3' m. II . I liiii.tn A 11. i. ii., W u !;
llliMlll U -i' I III.
.1. t:. Wll!l; (Jcn't I'aaa Atiaiil
( II AS. :. I'l illt. Uoi.'l l4.niir.
Usually develops in early lif;,
and is a peculiar morbid con
dition of tho system, usually
atl'ectin;?' tho r lands, oi'ien re
sulting' in swellitisi, cnlargxii
joints, a'jsuosses, tliickenint
of the lips, enlarged neck, so; (
eyes. A scrofulous (.obdiiioi
is often hereditary, but t;; '
diet, too l.co ujo of fat meat
bad air. want of sur.hino ar.i.
r.cui isIiin.T fcod will indue;
it. Son;o peoplo are troublt i"
with scrof ulous swelling of t,,.
glands, and with ulcers ar.i
kernels, which may cause ve; ;
little pain: others may have? i"
ward siM'cfula, scrotula ol th;
luriHfs, scrofula of the splcc::
sciolula cf tho kidneys, fim
scrofula of tho tones. CUH
DOCK 13L00D BITTCaS wii
drive away any case oi'scroful.
and not to appear in ar.otln :
place, for thtdr action on thi
disease entirely irc.t uiu uoo'y
Thv XV lib ish S-i'.5ti
is Ilie "Slioi t Li.ie ' and afirJs
nnrinr aconiodat on:, F.iEU CH 'IR
CAR a, quick tint;, sue? coincctions.
Ask yo;,r ticket Agent lor tickets by
tins line il you arc fjoing to Illinois.
Missouri, Kansas. Nebraska or any
point west or southwest-
For further info nulion, through
rates, maps-1 metabtcs &c, wrdo to
A M OHECKENRIOCE,
Ccntcral Passenger Agent,
Cor, 7t i Ave & Smilhfiela St
or call on Thcoph. Swincford, Eaglo
Hotel M-ti Jtcburg, Snyder Co . Pa
t ab. I iy.
I)MIN!STK TOirS NOTI;K
X l.rt-i-ian Ailmliinttrlliin on Hi i-mnta
nt lir;nlt a: n. MI'SSKK lal rll-ruikl o
1'i.wn din y-l r I'-. Iioins
.,. mn ci inteil o tu ii u lernlnu I. ail in'rai.n
I nui I. H t iioiii-i v.-s lii'itM'l- l lu lil i alii I a ra
i iue-ia. Ki no. A luiin. illaia p ivin ul, aiil
tlm.a lim inn sUoiia will l'r. ,.it Hi in iluly
a ui In DUotlad lu tti unlorli:n--il lur la'.lle-
JI .1. KKKKR,
A.NOtLIN V K KISI n,
J'otl Aillnlnlrlr .luia.
A, uuo CAVQIiDillill. noiuBI uuio nuu
quick cnirots. Trial Facltatfes. Bend !
sUtmp for iMtalsd p4ATUoulan. Addrewil
a r i un
Dr. WARD II CO. Louisiana, Mo.
Wk.BkaUlaBk RllUattt A
ui 1 -' .1 .
offr it rfi.tnsi i im t 1 iiisli
l'i'nlitlrBA tu ifigiiAh rf (irrtnan. ' I 1 lit J
Pf iptl lin1a l. O Stasis dosttsaS
ul lis Huil-ulhca 1 x
A T TO It X E V A T- L A Wa
All bna.ltan f nirritaS J Ml aar VH'fS
-! 1 1 n-l aitullo. tcsiuliain P Is Ui t
HDD Bil I.BltrU. I I -
Attornty anil Cnuunttor at Zt 'f
MIOm.KKl lltlll, PA,
(loilartlnca and (II cil.r I 't , i r f
IT Atiasilad to. CoctillUtlB la trsll.l . S
UsriuaD. t I M
y.M. Ii. HOtSWEUTH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SKI.lf4UlU)VK, T 1
'niotlM and allollirr laaal duilnai prc I
ly altanJaU Iu. CoDiullaiiuui InkSKlUlirl
All butlneai aMrOatnil to bit cars will I
prumpllj atlaodcd to.
J (.. DlCITItlCU,
iliu.v ,S7. , S'Uiininoir. fr
All rrn'eaaliipfil I na nraa prutiiptlv mir
tn -t.iiaiall m 1 1 f In KdvIUIj ami Hariimr
AM) MSTKk'T ATTeiUNCY.
Hhliiltbui y . I
ami I term an .
e'otitilUtlfii Is fcriri
fJII AS T I LIUCH,
Attorney it Connplp-..t ;
time Iu App'a lliiit'Mtoi ono ilui.i ,,m
K lira riiNK IIhtkl.
Srlllial 4t . I 0 II II il .
'ol!B.'tliin Ami All ml.rr prul. ant .
ria. U aniiltnil aud sill lacitirr !
prinii t a'.tun: lull. Apr.,1 ;
A t TIUiNUr AT I. a.
M tniii.r:itrii(i, -as y r:ni ( .
"fori 1,1, ri.iiinal NtfiltM toll,
Ouuaulutluns la Kniillrl. ud.) ilnirai .
A. W. POTT 'U.
.i tu., y au l a i
ftoiinsgi ovo. I a ,
Ml. rthnlr i rnl.-Kl.i, r,,..,, i, n. .,
ai: laj.ii i ii-in. cnir.'Ktaii t ii (uatrui.
rtym. ,.r..iii,.t nnouiiiin. Iifflratn Mi,
J H. (itl.M.M,
a 1 1 onif v-.i f r.i
I IHK I'll.
r.iiiii!inil n in b tu
Kl.nll. IDl ,;
o, t i-,
JOHN . AllNOI,!..,
V 1 I oi'im' v n t I n
., , , , MM' . MT,:
I r.ilaMl.inAl I ii,,,PM e,,,,,,,,, , f.
In' rump l autiiil.,1 i,,
samit:i, ii. oiJWItJ,
i i ioi:.xi:y.. t law,
t.VW IstllllK. I II I l 4J . p.,
.r ii U.,,1 ! ..HI
i ' 'i. jurr.ti.j
II l irk. I sir.... .... ...
iUSUCE CF THE PEACE,
K.)if::, Si, v i r ( '
C?- . ...,-i promptly Iliad.-. , .
Fhysician & Surgeon,
llfivr Sjiri,i-s, Sni.drr ( i.tihtv,
tillera hn print. ,l.,ia ,t ,0, tl .
iilh. u ou Alulu iratt. Janal. '
J W. SAMl'SKIi,
" PHYSICIAN AND SURGECf.'.
... ..Ml .
I III I (1 Villi', I tl I.
ITiifra-lnral nlco lull;
ll'a ami tlrlblty. ,
ul I'l Ltfi-V
KIXJAi: HAb'SINtii: it,
Miildli-biirith, lVi m'ii.
Oir.r. hn prof-ii-lmal rvla loiLn
nt lPliiiiirKU ni.l aiclulty. I ?;cr u i. a
W AtllnlDIl iinua,. .
PHYSICIAN & SURGFCf-,
Slidillf bill ;dl, l'i I i',
tidi-ra lila priifeiilt rial aaivlaca tu ibt -in
ul MIiIiIUIiuik ami vicinity. Ilftjao n I i'i.i
.l m iu nun lluuia. In Arnnld'. i ;i , u ,
Ka-lianuu uppuali appoill Pot I u.Ut.
yyn mauand koturock,
Fremont, Snyder county Pa.
fdraitniiUM lUlttruor foil! at plirarUii
ml Su'naiin. uriara kli prolil"n rIu,
la lb public Speak! Bliib and ib.o.
JJIt. K. W. TOOL.
PHYSICIAN AND SURCECN.
"(lara lit ro,,ionl aarvleti In tr ui la
l.funv r..ni in talk k-asllak au4 Uiua-aa
lliltsuoo ,Malu.irt. "
f-v ! IF, 1, IiniV miP
r. VAIN JilMKIKK,
IW1I0AL A MICQAN1CAL BtNTI"
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