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hi. HAKTKU. He t1mtl? ill not rcamm is a bigot; ho that cannot is a fool ; ho that dare not is h ulave. KDITOU ani J'liOPlUKTOK
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f0L. XXLII MIDDLEli JHGII, SNYDER CO, FEN N' A, APRIL 1, ISSfi". HO 1")
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r " i cannot draw water from an ewp-
r trace the strrie thai Rosgtps toll,
gather ,,J on"1' of n l,,Dr
in never can r-top the billow's roar,
jr chango the wind till they blow
.- no uior.
r drive true lovo from ft malilen
jin cannot o'ertake i flootlni? He,
hi wheat toi fit-M f rye,
i;or coll buck yours thut have long
'? gone by.
llan cannot ft cruel word roenll.
Fetter a thought. b It urreiit or unmll,
Jtor honey extract from a drop of null.
Wn never ran bribe old Father Time,
ftain the neiik hecntmot cllmh,
Nor trnut the hand that hath dono u
, S crime.
n never can backward turn the
JJor count the stars that nreecuttered
)lor rind In a fool atruy guide.
Xlnn ennnot reap fruit from worthies
Rely for strength on a broken rood,
Jfor gain a heurt ho hath caused to
Man never can hope truo peace to
Tleasnro without ond joy within,
Living a thoughtless lifo of cln.
f THE UNLOVED TOE.
i'-Tbere sho ia now. Look, quick."
I Warnor Vanco's wife. Don't you
!know, be married bor to spite bis fa
ther for breaking np tbo match bo
twoco him and Mrs. Ardenheim?
Tbey say be flirts with Mrs. Arden-
9 1. ni . nlnnrt.fiill S t A tt , ti n K If I
sMVi'U Duaiun iiiij u v v u u is u v v
Lis ife till bis owa father won't
epetik to liim."
"1 think I do remember about it
Mrs.- Ardenbeim refused Vonoo be
cause of somotbing the old gentle
man told ber, and be ia a fit of au
gur went off to some country place
where tbey ull bad spent tbe Hummer
nnd married a girl that hardly know
ber right baud from bor left, and wue
as homely ns a hedge fuDce into tbe
bargain, so tbat is ebe? '
"Tbey say file is ignorant, but 1
1 don't call ber bo very homely. She
Las got cdo of tbeso faces tbat ex
pression changes wonderfully. Look
Mnriol Vance, looniog upon ber
Lusbaud's arm, was coming Elowly
down tbo long and crowded saloon
At tbis moment sbo was looking up
at him and Gtniliog at something be
was saying, lie was only tolling
ber that she looked better than usual
aud bo said it coldly, mochuicolly,bin
eyes searching tbo crowd for quite
another face than hers, ono whose
witchery was resistless for bim. Cut
tbe onfortonate little country girl
worshipped ber bandsomo, exquisite
f busbat.d, and bo so eoldoin saw bet
at all, tbat it was really something
gained to be noticed evor so slightly.
She was slight aud dark. Sho look-
i cd liko a young balNgrown girl, and
v was decidedly round-shouldered; but
' ns the epeakor just quoted said, ex
pression altered ber wonderfully.
Sbe would never bo bauddomo, but
ebe bad fino eyes. Her husband
j presently disposed of ber in a con
venicnt window seat and made some
(. oxcuso to leave ber.
Muriel watched bim with bor beart
ia bor eyes as be moved away. Then
as sbo board ber ova naiue uttered
by tbe pair already raeutiouod, tbey
baviog passed outsido.she drew back
as much m possibe into the window,
and listened iuvoluntarily while ber
poor little face bleached slowly, and
tbo bappy beart-boata turned to
throbs of pain.
"Tbey say bo bates ber," said one
"I should think bo would, tbougb
tbe fault isn't hers, poor thing.
"lie was a fool. If be bad waited
be might bave married Mrs. Arden
beim. Sbe meant to have bim all
while. Anybody can see bow fond
tbey are of each otber. lis die
"If Mrs. Vance is as igooraut as
she looks, I don't wonder be bates
ber. He is a man of culture. I am
sure I don't know which 1 pity most.
"I dou't pity bim a particle. Any
tnaa wbo would marry one woman
ta ntnmiA snnthnr nr foriot reason
but tbe right one, deservea all War -
Ber Vance baa got, and more too " Rfeat aeai 01 ioou.u .u w.mu hu.
Muriel was too antaugbt in lVmm Hb Mn. Ardenbeioi, and
world's ways to tbink bow odd it
would look for btr to go homo wilb-
ont ppcatiog a word to ber buebaud.
Sbo sent for tbo corriage, therefore,
without saying a word to bim, and
when it bad taken ber homo, ordered
it back to wait for bim,
Warucr Vance bad continued to
livo at bis father's after marringo as
before, and bis wife, when sho enter
ed hbor borne, wont directly to the
aparlmonts of her father and mother-in-law.
Very stately, rather stern
old people were they; but they bad
been bitterly disploaeoJ by their
son's rash marriage, Muriel herself
had seemed so unconscious, socontle
and modest, so deprecating, that
with all lur imperfections, the child
t-ho teemed scarcely more than
that had quito grown into favor
with teem. They were a little start
led out of their statelinoss now, when
sbo prtscnted herself with sucli
changed aud bnggard looks they
would fcnrccly bavo known her.
Sho has disoovercd bow Warnor
como to marry her," said tbo old lady
to herself, blankly.
Warner's fttther stifled a groan.
Ho guessed what was coming too
Thoy inado no attempt however, to
evado tbo truth. All of Muriel's
questions they answered in as
straightforward a manner as thoy
were put. iho bud never gneuHcd
the truth Tlio little knowledgo sho
poseeHscd bad beoa acquiio 1 from
novels, and it was only in accord -
auca with that sort of love that this
bandsomo, lieu Wurucr Vauco,
Hhould buvo fallen in lovo with ber
that summer which ho bud spent
with bis parents at her father's albe
it she was only fifloou then, end ns
shy and awkward ns a girl could be.
It was by no moans an null card of
thiug, according to the samo doubt
ful authority, that this man should
suddenly presont himself after an
utter sileuco of more than a year,
aud abruptly and with tragio air ask
hor to mu.ry bim. Rut eho know all
The old folks would fain bavo de
tained bor with them awhilo when
.ill was told, but ebe said no to their
entreaties, and awed by asomethiug
in her fuco they bad cover scon bo
foro, tbey let ber kiss them both with
gravo tenderucsB and go away.
When Waruer Vnnco came homo
at lust towards moruiug, bo did not
m ins bin wife, or if so, did not care
to investigate tho mystery. In the
morning ho was awakened by bis fa
ther aud mother asking whore Mur
iel was. Nobody kuew, She bud
left no trace behind. Only Waruer
Vanco found on his dressing bland
a littlo note addressed to Liuinolf,
poorly writton and badly Fpclled,
itnd refused suvngely to permit any
one tluo to read it.
"It dou't tell whero 6bo is gone,
and tbo rest don't concern nuybody,
but mo," bo said fiimly, aud thust it
ia tbo breast of Lia coat. Tut when
ho was alono, 1e took it out aud
read it with a thoughtful fuoo and a
half-tender look that bad never been
ia bis eyes for Muriel's self. Tho
letter run as follows:
Jy Dear Warner: I am about
going away, bo you can runny Mrs.
Ardeiiheim. 1 am sorry you hate
me, aud 1 hopo you won't hato me
eouy more now. If 1'could do any
thing eldu for you l would, isut
this is ull I din do.
"Poor littlo thing," he sighed, u9
ho folded the letter at lust, and put
it away carefully, "I ought to buvo
been drawn und quartered for mar
Dilligent search was rondo, but
without avail. Even Muriel's own
father aud mother bad no tidings of
ber. Warner Vauco was very earn
est ia tbe matter, as earnest, per
haps, as tbougb be bud loved bis
poor little igoorant wife. IIo kept
away from Mrs. Ardenbeim too, and
to do bim justice, would not have
availed himself of the liberty Muriel
offered bor in bor ignorant aimplici
ty if it bad been possible. He was
man enough not to think of shirking
tbe yoke bo bad fittod to bis own
Somehow, tbe first time be saw
Mrs. Ardenbeim after Muriel's flit
tinr, she seemed uot so charming al
together as usual. Perhaps it waB
tbe familiarity with which she dis
oussod matters, the ill-concealed joy
she manifested at tbe event, wbicb
be with others supposed must be
a source of soma relief to bim, evsry
l"io considered. He bad talked a
found plcnsnro in it. It didn't seem
like nousense when bo talked it, but
did now. Mrs. Ardenhoim did Dot
know what to mako of bim. He
showed neither gratification in ber
smiles nor pique at ber coldness, and
in tho end, be withdrow from her
association altogether, and she mar
ried an old mariner, was still enonph
in ber thrall to look at everything in
tbo post witb ber eyes.
When years passed, and brought j
no news (J Mnriol, it wns generally
supposed that sho was dead. There
were various rumors concerning br
fato, ono was as authentic porhnpsas
another. Warucr Vanco meanwhile
was a changed man. Ho bad uot
loved his simple young wife, but he
had fearfully wronged bor, nnd the
shock of her leaving him so, her very
uncomplrtiuinynesH, tbo mystery
which shrouded ber disappearance,
all tended to rouso bim from the sel
fibh lethargy into nhich ho bad f ill
en. In a quiet way ho never censed
to eeuich for her, never quit lost
hopo. His father and mother, much
nsthoy waul J have liked to see him
get married, did not urge such an
event, w hilo there remained the b ast
uncertainty concerning tho fito of
Muriel. Tor himself bo thought no
womnn would ever bave power to
touch his heart aguiu.
Most reluctantly one season he
consented to take part ia some pii
vato theatricals, nhich nmubemeut
was just then very much" tho mgo.
Tho pluy selected was "Tho Li 1y of
Lyons," aud to bim was arsigued tho
purt of Claude Meluolt- It was
ratbor a trying position for any man
with the leant claim to n huhci ptillo
nature, for tho young ludy who pluj
d Paulino was a most bewildering
creature. Not strictly beautiful,
perhaps, but exceedingly attractive
Graceful in all bor movements, con
tagiously enthusiastic in nil sho un
dertook, sho gave to her part an elo
queuco that thrilled Clundo more
sensitively at every rendering. Nov
er bUSpocltbg bia unu neukuooo,
Warner Vanco did not tbiu't of dan
ger until it was too Into. Rehears
ing night after night with t'io sing
ula! !y attractive girl, each timo ten
dering ber 1'uuliuo with tuoto elo
quent faithfulness, be turned always
from tho thrilling guzo of those
liquid dark eyes in a half intoxica
tion, liLo n nian who bus taken jiut
enough winoto mnko him fee 11 h if he
wero ulking 00 air.
When all was douo, tho play play
ed, Wurucr Vanco discovered sud
denly that with Paulino out of it, lifo
had beoomo a void. Ho had some
conscience however, littlo us ho bud
Lehuved like it in curly life, and he
would not of himself have sought
Mins Clifford (Pauline). Sho sent
for bim upon Bomo plea, trilling in
itself, but bo could Uot resist tbat
for an oxcuso, tho tomptatiou of sec.
iog ber once. moro. Ho was shocked
to behold ber, so much had sho
chauged in a brief week, aud before
tho iutorviow terminated, be fancied
that ho detected tho cause of tbis
change iu ber interest in himself.
Ilia resolution was at ouco taken, to
tell bur tho truth. And bo did so.
He told her bow uucouscioiiblv be
bad learned to love ber, and why be
Cjuld not feel himself freo to woo
any woman uudor these ciicuuibluu
cos. Miss Clifford beard witb fucoavcm
tod, but iu ovident agitation, At
lust she turned to bim.
"You love mot" she questioned,
drooping towurds bim with irresisti
ble grace, and lifting tbe dark witch
ery of ber eyes to bis.
"Yes, I lovo you,'' Warner said re
sisting tbo impuUo to clasp her in
"Aod sbe wbo deserted you bo Jong
ago, stands betweou us "
Warder Vuuce flushed.
"You do not understand, I de
ceived aud wronged ber cruelly."
"Her going from mo was tho purest
piece of womanly sacrifice." ".My
remorse for the wrong I did ber will
He was going on but Miss Clifford
drew from tbe folds of ber dress,
whore it bung by a chain, apluiu
''You did not know that I bad
beon married T ' sbo asked, holding
He looked suprised.
I did not."
"I bave run away from my hus
band, just aa your wife did from
"Ia ha living t" Warner ques
"Ves. Why dou't you ksk me
why I went 1"
Warner did not sponk. He was
striving with bis agitation.
"1 will toll you," bo continued.
"I went bicanso I thoaght my hus
band would be glad to get rid of tne,
that bo might marry another woman.
I w is unj'ist to him in thai. 1
stayed away to mnko myself wot thy
of him. 1 was on ignorant, silly
child when be marriud me, 1 stay
ed to cdncato myself in mind aid
person. I meant to como bark some
time, but I meant tbat when I did
return to him, toy busliiud should
lovo, me, if there was any power in
woman's witchery to win l.im. Now
do yon ku w me, Warner?''
t'Muritl, ohl Muriel!"
Sho was si bling on his bosom
with tho words, sLo was clinging' system for beating faro, it was in
abont bis neck, and crying out the jgi-uions and cot-t mu loin of hl cpU ss
pain aud waiting of those brav but
weary years. And be, ni ho gather
ed her closo close, nnd ihen turned
her fucu from its hiding pl ico that
ho might realize it, he sui 1 gravely :
"1 dou't deserve you, darling !"
nnd ho meant it. ut tho n concili
alion was complete, and Muriel was
no longer nu unloved wifn.
AUSOIiDAY LIADE rSSMAITElTT.
Ciovemor Putlisois second proc
lamation fixing a date for tho obser
vance of Aibor Hay virtually inula s
it au occasion to bo celcluuteil an
nually. Tho fifteenth of Apiil i t the
date designated this year, and doubt
less the school children will have a
sort i f holiday on that d ay and arh
ono will do something to buutif
flnnifl groun is or other s mxwhero.
Hut thin chould not bo all, for tho
le'.hetic sido of Arbor Pay is not tho
most important aspect of the instilu
It is doubtful wl ctbor ft day for
tree planting would over h ive been
a ingested if tho grao ovils of forest
ileslructiou bud not tiBJOttol thems
ilbO ia tU )o cf.Hillirina ol dol
lars worth of proj eity by flood and
drought. It is very important thut
tho value of a thick growth ef trees
as a storage resovoir for moisture
should not bo furgolton because of
tbo notion thut planting trees foi
ornamental purposes nnd for shade
around houses is a fit and complete
observance of Arb r l'iy.
It will do tho children good, ( f
course, to eiicoiuugo them to plant
trees about their homes and schools,
but adults should ohiorvo At tn 1
Day as well as children, ami tbe
udult form of ohf-ei vanco ihuul.l be
as difl'ereut fiom thut pl'.H't iee.l l)
tbo children us a lulls and cLildien
aro diil'uieut. livery farmer in tbe
Statu should start a small foil si on
such part of bis farm as ho cud de
vote lo this purpose, and ho will liud
it a good iuveslmeut iu tbo loig
100 00 in r-nzss.
Wo will pay 810 for for Iho largest
list of words given iu tbo defining
paitot Webster's Dictionary formed
f irined from tho word ILLI'S THAT
I'.D. $10 for tho best tcmpei lines
poem. Sjl'J for the best comic poem.
10 for tbo best story of 10U0 word
$10 for tho best Bung and miuic
$10 for tho best pen und ink sketch.
$0 for tho best three riddles. 0
f.r thu uouiest guess ut tbo tuiiuher
of "undV iu our next (Muj) iinni
bor. $0 for Iho most dilh'cult ten
questions in (irammur, with propi r
uuswors. $") for tbo most (liflloul:
ten quHslious iu arithmetic (uot pur
zles) with proper answers, to fur
the best poem by boy uudor 12
years. t" for best btory by giii un
der 12 years. 5 for Ibo best ex
planatory solution of the question:
''How often, aud at what lubrvuls
has July 4th occurreJ ou a tin -lay
during tbe CLristiau cral" $0 for
best explanatory sulutiou of the
question.1 "A man sturts MoDiluy
uoon aud travels west wind, keepiug
up witb tho Sun whero does be
first find Tuesday uooni1" Seud 10c
for sample paper aud conditions. A
beautiful present with each pupcr
and conditions. A beautiful premmt
with each paper.
Mun ion's III. Would,
Sam Jones suys : "I'd rather be
snake-bitten than wbiskey-lilten."
Tbe Pennsylvania railroad employs
50,000 men, twice the nomber of
the regular army and flvo times tbe
number of tha Tonsylvunia militia.
An eschaogo commenting on tbe
possibility of enlisting women as
jurors says tbe thing is preposterous
as there are net twelve women in the
nation wbo could all agee on one
A OII03TLY AS3I37A1TT.
' haven't gambled for over twelve
roars," snid a mild old irentleman.
who had watched the pluy al a s.lee.
party tbo other evening, "and I will
never do it again. (Jumbling was a
natural tasto with me, but any di - !
Mro I might have hail was crushed
by an iucidotit about tl.o timo inen-
tioued I wui a n fiir Mad at that
timo to br-como n gambler for life. I I
neglected my business to sit in little '
...... . ..
niiivn, una wus iiwiij iroin my lioilie
every night in tbo week. My if
who wns always opposed to gambling.
reasoned with me, but 1 was loo
much infatuated with tho t eitement
if tbo phiy to lued her, and so I
kept on until I h id a rip'italiju as
an At poker player, 1 bud also 11
nigh lr, bill th'J banks ilnipped
on iiiosfUr a time, and 'caught my
pilo.' My hui-iui'HH went to piece,
and my wife, grieved at my wilful
disregard for goo 1 ndvico and infut
Muliol) for tho 'papers,1' becuiio ill.
Sho pleaded again an 1 again with
uie, but I wasn't q iito niNxelf then.
and laughed at her waruiigs. In a'
year site died, and three month af- ,
. 1 ... 1 , 11 e 1 1 1 i
ter my littlo daughter f llmved.
Tho littlo gailio hild broken up by '
U. . , . ,
its I11110 and eviiy mui was Indmi- ,
ing to tho old gentleman's slnry. 1
I'lio latter tossed elf his "uin and
, , , 1 1 ,, . ..I
utter tossed efi his Lin und
bitters," mid settling buck lesnmed
tho story. "Tho death of a wife
aud child in tbteo months is calcu-
luted to cuib the Mildest f e-vinulinn '
iu un orditiiirv man," he rc-umed,
"but while I grieved their lum, and
remained nwuy front tbo gambling j
table over a month, tl.o riding pus-
sion wus too strong and 1 whs M.on ,
buck, pluy ing all tbo timo. Within i
six months 1 hud 1 n,l tho littlo sum 1
1 had laid by, nod, diivi.n cm by a
mad dotiro lo get even, I fixed my !
books and stulo SI uo'J from tbe firm I
. . , T , ,.,,',
by which I was tmplojcd. 1 u.U
about your nights of torturo, why,
1 11 wager tn.it 1 ouwi, u. r
month. I kept away from Iho curds
then and set about devising some
scln-ino to replace l!io money I hud
Tho timo ciuiio for settling
ii) my bookH, and I don't believe
hades contuinH a houI aa miseiable '
us I wan I hud mved up f!tn to-j
kvuid my in lelileilnehHjliut one i i;;lit
I Ink ! 1111 iillnek cf tbo ol,I fever, und
l.ot.lH. I ..:,yed thut 1 imgl.i win RCy3 ukdocK bLGOD BIT
that night, and vowed to invM'lf tl.i.t TEKS aro sold everywhero at
,f I wcro Hiicfew ful 1 would gamble' SI per fcotiKi, and buo bottlo
"I lohl 5s Kid of my 'bluke' within
111 hour, and then I I'.uigbt three
ijuei us. Two i-f Iho pl.iu-rs diip
ied nut and left unolber inun and
niy.-clf. I wiigtrod tf'iO und drew
Iwo cuidn. .My ippouei.t 'stayed in'
md took one cird. I cuught a ten
and Ibe ih uco of elulm. I was uns
decided whether to bet or lay 1W11,
un my iidversury, whoso bands wen-
hbuking hlightly, might buvo fmiH
Tho pi.ck from wbieli ho bud dealt
was nt bis right bund. I will bet
my lifo thut I did more tLiuLing in
u shoit H'uco of timo than a drown-
ing man ever did, I didu't want to
Iorc, and Houiehow iu mi instunt I
thought of my dead wife und you
inuy not believe urn, geutli niun, und
I urn not u -pii ituuli.4. nor do I bo
iievo iu it, but my wife niij.eured to
mo tbeti Her form wus uh plain in-
th.it bolllo, and, though bbe npi.ki
no word, 1 er prescuco eucourun
1 a tiuuce then, but
thut tbo eyes of the
u fixed with rigid btuie
mo. 1 wus in
on tbo puck of curds across tbo ta
bio. I miw the curds hlmlio a little,
und thou, upon my word, a card came
out of Iho puck und ueemed to glide
to tbo 11 vo curds in my hard. It
was tho qneeu of heuits. Thu hand
of my wife's spirit reached over und
took a curd from tbo hunch in my
bund. It was tho duueo. I did uot
ueod it then- My opponent culled
me to myself, and tusked mo if I win
going to bet. I looked at my bund
There wero four quoensnud a ten, I
bet $15". Ho ruiHcd 1110 !?5U0 und
took my I O U for it and culled, ile
hod four jacks. I stopped playing
then, and was a huppy man thut
uigbt. I had just $1,00!), and le
deemed, as it were, my honor,
"I mot my opponent the next iluy
and he said to met 'A funny thing
occurred nfior tho game lunt night.
Whila I was leaving the room I
found a card pinned on tbe wall of
tbe hall. It wns Ibodeuco of clubs.'
There, gentlemen, is my elory, and
I awoar it is trut "
I'knsa. R. K. Division.
Time Table, In t fleet April fi, 1
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.1 1: veil il: nit'l OiiMii AuMit.
t has. r;. ri 1 . iii i.-i m'.i:i.h;it.
They nro l!io inast inportant
socretotY orrcns. Into und
thr0U2ll t!i9 lv!i!n0V5 tlow the
W.IStO lluitlS or th3 body,
""inJ" n?jfftR?i? "al1
taken cut 01 tho system. It
Ul6 KMnovs io R0t j.ct nron-
1 erly this matter i3 retained,
tbo wlioln r.vstern tipfionio
disorucreu anu i.to lonowing
syrriplonis will follow: Head
ache, weakness, pain in the
smullof bock and loins, Rushes
of heat, chills, with (iisoi'dcrcd
stomach and bowels. You can
thoroughly jitvttct tho Kid
neys by LURCOCX I'.LOOD BIT
TERS, and when any Ci theso
symptoms in an i Test them
selves vet can nuick'y rid
I will srovo uicir ciiicacy.
is Ilia "S!mi t Lino ' a.ul a'lortls s:i-
ici ior ac:umai!aUns. KH EE CHAIR
j CAIIS, quick sure CJiinocti'J'ls
; Ask our ticket Aj(;itt for licltcts hy
, this line it you arc unn'i;) lo Illinois,
. Missouri. Kansas, Nebraska or any
; ;o;nt v.'Cst or south est.
Kor further info' m ition, tliro'.inli
rali'S. maps, t ciclahlas write to
A- M CI1ECKENRIDGE,
Centeral Passenger Agon!,
j Cur. 7lii Ave Ik Smitliliehl SI.
f dtsbarah. Pu.
J or call on Tiicouh. Sivineford. Caijle
i 5'otel. Middle-bury, Sny.icr Co., P,i.
I eo. I -11. I y.
j H JkrSuS
A Lira Expnrleneo. Rnuiivrliablo nnd
(juicls carim. 'i'lifll ruekiutud. Hend
Btaii) tor BouluU purUeulnrn. Adclr jus
Dr. WARP Sl CO. Louisiana, Mo.
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f t.-3 . hL''ll-IJor Iwiih.iiI.uc,i
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AND I'lsruiiT ATTnUNKY.
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Attorney It OoiniKi llor-At-1 nw
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-L ATTMINKY AT l.A C.
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'if'ert lil rri.leil"iial Servlnrf toll. j. vl
;'.iiFUiiauum in i.uniin.i ami net wan.
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JOHN K IU'lillKS,
JUSTICE CF THU PEACE,
A'i.'.v, Sni't' i' 'i'.,
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1 1 J. .SMITH,
Physician & Surgcun,
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lf!or liia iiiiltali.iit lervleif In I
HUi'u un .Mitln (irtcl. Junri
J W. S AMI'S lib,
PHYSICIAN Af,D SURCECf .
I'i'iitreville, I'.- 1
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' 1 l.irt-1 1.10 Kill ticiliij . Amu
J i:i)(iAU HASlNCKli,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
M iilillebur);!,, I'ri.u'a.
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1 111 i.i.Bi.nriili ,L I vulultj. I Itiru If, ttl
Wn-lilulnii llnu.i' . Ayt
J (iJULK JIA lllli: It,
PHYSICIAN & SURGECR,
HI. r lit. t.ri'li'S.li nl ifr vlari In tbaj rlilaant
.0 .llilillrliurii nil vli'liilty. liniaenlo ilnprt
ei ri in. 1 l uiirl Itnu.e, In Ani. lJ'a 1 nUUIHiv.
Ki-alluUtfa Ol'ii.'lltl iiuuills foif ailulluw
IJU MAHAND UOTHHOCK,
Fremont, Snyder county, Po.
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oil Kuiitunn. mir lilt .ruluiluBal itrvlfS
ti Iho (ni olio. (ii.ki toitlUli tuil efUia,B.
Mrcti, it, I81il.tr,
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oflri lill irrrl,ir ,rrvln, to tu I ublM
t ronvHr.ant In lialb Kugll.k kvd 0itia
OUlooo Mlu airtot.
p K. VAN BU3KIRK,
4UR01CAL & MECTANICAL DENflC
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