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I w 7'. -! T. H. HAUTE H. t lWJ " J.wL -- vll Ho tliat Will nol reason i a bigot : he that oaanot is a fool 1 lio hit daro not is a slaro KDITOH an J) VHOPKIKTOK 7i - tr-T llDDLEUUKGll, SNYDER' CO,' PENN'A, JANUARYS, 1884. no. xiv; , ...... , - - ill ft .ra rv i a '.ill . .. A 1 . 1 ' Ul, a i i i i. .rOETliY: ALL SAIL TBS BOY. ' DKCICATKD TO JAMK9 MUTT. All hall tltelioy with loud acclaim, Whotfnred dfd m sUr's naiuv; (. "Who bore the shame, the grief, the Of ftiMler.wronrred and father slain . InjuHtloe frvetl the iruilty one Whom Itftio.uiniouH death had wen Arui guvs hlin liberty again -To tauut the ioy with sUter's shame. The boy endured the (railed turuiul Till Injured flood begun to boil. And then thl plan was given birth That swtptKa Hoouudrel from the forth. I The doom tleta-rveilhequlck received; The world rejoiced; men were relieved Of him who on the record's face Jlad set what life could not erane. Oh, where' thJ man cannhow me one AVIro would not do as Nutt has done T When father, sister, homeland nil Were ruinedburlud 'neath the pall? The boy denerve a natlon'B praixe; The pronlent notes thesoii will raise And swell the anthem lon with joy Till all shall ay, "Ood I.Icks the boy ... . . ' J. O. Dailky. Brockwayvllle, 1TA1TCY. . - AW IDTt OK T1IM KITCIIKX. In brown Holland upron she stood In the kitchen; Her uleeeei' were rolled up, and her cheeks all ulow; Her hair was coiled neatly, when 1, indiscreetly, (Stood watching while Niinoy was , kuouditiK the duUKh. r . rpiow, M ini oniiKi utr 11 cmer, or urigmer j i & i . i ire Pr eweeier ther'n 'Who hum a song so delightfully petx low, ..IfVwho Io ' o ni nder, so graceful, so 4,Wha ,,4,der, to-nljf.'1"', swret'Nancy, while knead "" v ing .lie doiighT :.,.' I: ti (How deftlysli pressed It, mid squeez- 1 f wlsted atid Uirned It, how quick 4 J-howslOwi ' t tl$rf Jftfv-Ji thkt 'madness I've paid , r' ft " hi ftddnessl Ju iVRmy J jart he was kneadintr as 'j-IVH " a "e (ioukii. lost, when she turned for her pan the drew.ipr, saw i:ie and blushed, and said M shyly. "rieae. ko.' i . dumy bread Til be spoiling, li spite or my roiling, If yon sand here and watch while I'm kneading the dough. " tic! begged for permitiNiontOHtay. She'd c,-lJ not listen; l'he sweet llttlo tyrant said, "Jfo, sir ! "H, no!" Thejlet when I had vanished on being thus jffact bani.Mhed, .olid(tv heart stayed with Jfancy while t kneading the dotij. h. aY "V I'm dreaifdng, sweet Nancy, and see Wa youlntapcy;! Oii Tour heart, love, has softened, and ark, pitied my woe. 'haind we, dWar, are rich hi a dainty wee aac kitchdft tlpWher KJ anuy, my jancy, staiuls fS. kneaiA inf the dough. 1. Fr'hei-Jr., iithe Century 2T r' Mhytssioii fraud:' oo -t'X man about 5 feel f. iocbeb high. liiiiit complexion, sandy moustache ; i rjena impel mi, bearing a i. A. u f vest and coat, and at times a full ' ' suit, about Si years of age, aud t&V weighs about 130 pounds, is ont on '""'the war piA. lie travels uudor ' several oli4 and represents bim eelf to be a U tiled Statue detective and pension examicr, and claims the right to take up pension papers ood promises pensions increased for those who will pay him a fee of from $2 to $5 Pensioners are warned to (deer clear of this fellow, as be is a genuine fraud. He also talks relig ion end tetupeiauce, but likes a drink. At times be ays'heisa Methodist minister. . , 1, whoAa no- Miss JoBie Mansfield torious ia connection with tLSo Fisk Btokea aasassiaation,' is aahji to be living in France. A oorrspondent, while walking recently through the gardens of St. Cloud, iw her leaning on the arm of her last busbaad, a porlly tnaa who looked like a Hue . eiuo. . Josie, as the, writer adds, "wae elegantly atid uiost richly dress ed, bnt io plsin black and ln,ca. She '. - bad I'growo tbiont r, ..had lost tbe . flesh that for a while made )6r look "Toss and sensual, and was yadianily bert eautiful. Her huBband iaj enorm.;hd IransicUd any business at all , . .iy weauoy. i am ivW, V't ,vitfl4 tobwlk ilt;. -; A TALK WITH La BLISS- THE KKFORT8 TO BVAK OARKIKLD'rt l.IFK. Dr. Bliw, who luid charRO of IVs idoot OrtrttJd's esse, is one of the most jamiliarvfigare4 Jo WoshioRtou life. JIe has cjUirelj reoorered bis bealtb, Which was so Dent I; broken down by the. trial of the eighty days' strelob at QarQeld's beilside. It in only this year that La line fully re' covered. Barnes and "Wood ( or d bad'tleir deaths hastened by (Leir labors altendaut npon (Lis celbbral ed caso. Dr.. Bliss has now one of the finest practices io Washington Fie rosy be "seen every day flying abont town io t closo coupe, drawn by a pair of haudsoroo bay horses, with one of the bBt coaobmeu in the city oa tb'e box. Tbis driver has been with Dr. BIihs tot jearc He has, pel haps, unconBciounly; drifted into making himself up to resciublo the doctor. Ho Las tho ramo cunt iron gravity, tho same sbapivl niJo- whifkurs, nnd hi'tooroplesion is lighter even than the .Spatiinh-coni-plexionofaced doctor. . Dr. Bliss has re lured from a trip to Cleveland, wboro ho went to at r4eikd the jroljen wedding of his siB- tor. Whilo there Mrs. Jul field in vitvd lniu jnnd Mrs. BliVs to Lor honso to spind tbowuftoi noon. There were so uiauy interruptions in the way of callers that Mis. (iui field de sired Dr. Bliss to call upou her the uext morning, so that they mi;!it have a free atid nuiutoi rupted tails. In that conversation tho two wont ovtr their id utuitl exporiooco in the terriblo summer of the nBsaHBination. Mrs Gaiileld in this eouviNut.'o i expressed a renewed. appreciation of Dr. Bliss's service. Few people can really understand the- terrific strain to which Dr. Bliss was subjected In his iuterviewt be wo8 the' mere spokesman of the coonsul of physi-. cisns, wbA enstainod hfoi tlitongh out. rho torreuts of criticism aud even threuts poured out npon the men who had. tho I'rewidont in chargo wtro cuough to unsettle the mind of a weHk man. I asked Dr. Bliss how he found Mrs. Oai fluid : "She was looking very happy aud contented. Bho bus rounded out sinco leoving Washington. Sheisjeiick, io tender oction, and muke beautifully situated, and has every thing abont her to make her com rortuble. bho is the couttr of a great deal of attraction." During their morning talk the doctor says her eyes often filled with tears, showing that she had not !eu tirely forgotten ; but her lifo in the main is more pleasant than the av eroge mortal has a right to expect. 1 aidced Dr. Bliss this quention last eight : 'In the light of the information given yoa in tho post-mortem, do you think Garfield's life could have been saved " Most decidedly no. The med ical profession is unanimous opon this subject now. Garfield received three injniies; cither one of which woald hare made his death absolute ly certain. Tho shattering of the vertobm was one, the rupturing of the splenetic artory was the etcond and carrying of the piece of the pieces .of the denuded bone from the shattered riba into the system was tho third." Dr. Bliss said that the rupturing of the artery above named would have caused death npon tbe day the presidont wan shot if .it had not been lor his sinking so luv. During this feeble oonditioo the blood flowing from the ' served artery formed a clot, which stopped op, for o time tho lossjfroto, that direotion. If he had not been injured in any other way bat this be might have appar ently recovered np to a certain point. Bat the moment be should come to make, a . sudden movement the. dot wsold fall.Away and. death would have resulted, just as it did, from the falling awsy ofhe clot. ..-$. Bliss say a fbattbo grout Lon don snrgeou, MeKoozie, who re cently lectured in Now Yoik io tbe Bellevne boppilal 'opon gunshot woaods, supported the thoory of the physioinus iu charge of tbo Presi dent. Dr. MeKoozie, in a word. said Jhat modern surgery did not approve of tbe probe ' Probing of ten resulted in more injury than be ul j lit, . ' . ' i I asked Dr Bliss if'Oou. Oui field j" ' . 1 J took bi pea iu bii Laad x- actly thrte times," said tho doctor. "Ho once wrote me an autograph npon a little : pad. Upon, another occasion ho signed au extradition pnpw for,. 1r. ' liluinr Tie brief loiter uo wrote io uis moiucr was the only continuous bit of writing doup by Imoa while bo waa-etek,'' - MODERN COURTSHIP. ' "And you really love me donrly ?" ho askod, ns ho coiled his arms around her waspliko system. "And you'll always lovo me so "Always, Frederick ; ever so." "And you pledge me ' to sew hot" "Sir I ' "And yon pledge mo to so bonnti fy my life that it will always bo . as happy ns bow y'' "With ray Inst brcnlli. rrederick" "And darling you will meud my HOC" "Your what, sir?" ' You will mond my socml ways, aod dpaw mo upward to a butter ex istence) It will be tho prido of my life to do so I'rodei iok. I will sacrifice all to your comploto happiness " "I know Hint, sweetness. Bnt sup pose some accident to to suy tho trow" 1 "You forgot, sir I To the what V "To tho trousHoaii j would it defer the hour which makes you uiiae ' "Never, Frederick ! I am yours ( aud naught cnu separate ns." "But what I want to ay is, that should my pant " "Begoue, bir ! Vhot do yon mean T ' ' "Hear mo, my life! I say, If my panting bottom should grow oold in death, would your lovo elill warm it!" . . "As the sun melts' the iceberg, Frederick, so would the rajs of niy uHection thrill your heart "v,',f'iti." , "And you sail care fur me ever, my soul, and I for you, for though I may nevor havo a t-hir ' 'Enough, sir ! Leave mo forev er." "But, listen ! Though I may never have a shirting position I shull sometimes, in the Htrogglo of lifo, forget tho plain duty " "And I'll remind you of it, Frod tho duties of existuueo so pleasunt of peiformance that to avoid thorn will bo puiu." EDITOR AND ETO3LAP,. Ouco upon a time a country editor awoke iu tho night to liu.1 a burlut hunting through all tbo pockots of his clothes. "Whut moans this unsoemly intru sion t auked ther editor, rising upon bis elbow. "I am in search of money, ' rrpliod the burglar, as bo turned tho last pocket inside out, "but, alus ! I fear I have got into tbe wrong bouse. I have found nothing but a bit of lead pencil and a ticket to a magical gift show. With your permUsion I will retire as I came." ' One moment," said tbe editor, "I do not think you are a subscriber to my puper. Allow me to call your attention to ita superior features. All the local news a carefully, se lected miscellany impartial editori al discussions of tho leading ques tions a household department that will delight your ' wife a religious department that will direct tbe way ward steps of the wioked to the straight aod narrow path no oh jectiouablo advertisements inserted, and only $2 a year, strictly in ad vance. I shall bo glad to, enter your name on. my list You doubtless know that every man should support bis local press." , : "I am glad yott have called my at tention to this matter," said the bur glar, "and I will anbsoribe. Here are $2 and my address oa the bureau. You'nre a man of busiuess."' "Yes," replied Ibo editor, 'I never miss an opportunity to push trade." Nor I, either," said tbo burglar,' and theiefoia I will steal tho t'l I have just paid you for subscription " Aud pocketiug the bill, the burg lar climbed out of the" window and aud slid down tbo lightuing rod. Sergeant Mason said to a reporter ia. Washington; "You may say that I am not going fo make a show of myself, and will aoou settle down to bqsiness, and all this escitemoot abont me .spooling Ouiteau I bopo1 will Id ovtu suod," : - ! Sinn, eras loa rass. Ad old man ' who had for years been a striot . church ' member, and who had done much effectivo work for the cause ,rf mperanae, was found lying Jjjr the roadside the oth er day In a state of . intoxication. He was drown up before a committee t f tho chuich and asked to show cntiso why he should hot bo excommunicat ed. 3. "I acknowlnlgo that. I was drunk brelhreu, and!i'vegot a mighty good reason for it.')( 'Family troubles ' asked the chairaiau of the committee, "No, sir, for'l'vo had no trouble It was pride.' ' "Pride 1' exclaimed the chairman. "Yes, pride.' s I wont along to town I mote drunken follow and I begau to think well of myself bo cuimo I bad never boon drunk Pntty sooo I bngan to foci proud of it. A little further ou I met au or dinary lookiu' fellow an' wouldn't spouk to him. My neck got RtilT with my pi ido that I wouldu't even nod to people. I reflected that my pride was wicked, and I tried but conld not throw it c(T. I tried to pray, but was a liltlo too proud t pray with fervor. Th is' won't do,' I mused. 'I am geltin' to bo a regu lar Pharisee.' After walkin' 'round awhile I met an old negro an' aked: I'ncle, can you tell mo how to Hirnur I (Y mil ti1r. J' V- ... .-J ,.. "D.t I kin, sah; d.iCI kin." "Well I wish you would, for to contiuuo iu tbis proivl way will be daogerons to my soul.. "Wall, dar's one thing .dat oober fails ler knock down a iuan's pride, boss, an' dat fs whisky. (at diuuk, au' when yer' gcls sobr jer'll feel mightily 'milialed." I acted ou tbis eiigis'.'oo, t,c' qnt. dvunk ah tk 'kH mu an ow', though I nevors:iw an ol drnuk. When I got sober I was tho most humiliated man in tho woild, an' I prayed with un earnestness I uovet felt before. I am now willing to leavo my case in your bauds " "Brothieu," hiiid tlm chairman, What do you think-?'' "Wall," replied olio old fellow, "I fuel sorter prom How in it with yonrstlf V 'Suiter 'Pharisee' I low do you feel Brother JenliH ? ' 'Proud an a peacock ' Brothn Iir!.Hin. how do you (eel T" ".Mighty proud. Let's go down to tho htill-houHO an' btimiliuto our neb on,'' A;ith.nti True 11 r. "I ENOW A TIII1IQ OHTW "My dear boy," raid u father to his GLiy son, "you nio iu bud com puny. The link with whom you ns sociute indulge iu bad habits. They Iriok, smoko, swear, play cards, aui visit theatres. They are not safe company for you. I bog you to quit their society." .. .... . . . ' xou need u t bo niraiil of me father, replied tbe boy, laughing "I guess I know a thing or two. know how far to go and when to stop." Tbo lad left his father's house twirling his cane iu his lingers and laughing at tbe "old man's notions.' A few years luter and that lad, grown to manhood, stood at tbe bar of the court, before a jury which bad just brought in a verdict of guil ty against him for some crime in which ho bad been conoirned. Bo foro bo was sentenced bo addressed thai court, aud said among other things : ".My downwaid course be gan in disobedionce to my piroots. 1 thought I knew as much of the world as my father did, aud I spuro ed his advico; bat so loonns I turned my back on my borne, temptation carao upon nio like a drove of hy enas, and hurried ra tj ruiu." Mark that confessing yo boys who are beginning to boyhsr. than tbeii parents I Mark it. aod learn that disobedience Is Urn first step on the road to ruin. Deb't (ako it I Scl. '. Ceo. Grant prinounoes tho idory that be uud Mrs Grant had boon converted to spiritualum n contomp tibia fulouood Ho fitter says tbal bo never Jdtendod a icotie iu bis life und ho ielievfld spiritualism to bo a sy stein cf j jgllery eurriod on by jugglers, it i. . Io llayti no n'-i .rson can be como a ciii jo or fc propei ti. aud do one Moept unr can do hni- Lll lULre. ' m ."I .1.. il M a liOTtos iiiflue:ice- The following gem shonld bo read in every family : A tuolbor on tho green hills of Vermont was holding by tbo band a son, sixteen yeais old, mad with lovo for the sea. Aud aw she stood by th garden gito, she said t "Edward, thev toll mn for f nevet II.-. It.. til tl . ' n,.., t..u vuii iuiu iiiu Kienempin lion of a Benm.iu's life in drink. t romiso mo beforo yon quit jour mothor'n hand that yon will novcr drink lio'ior." "And ho gave tho promise, and went over to Calcutta aud tho Medi Icrrnnenn, Sun Francisco and Cape of Good Hope, tho Norlli and ou.li Poles i I saw them all in forty yoirs. and I never saw a glass filled with the sparkling liquor that my motherV form at tl.o garden gate !i I not rise biforo ir.y eyes and to-diiy I am in nocent of tho tuflto of liipior." Wan not that sweet evidonco of the power of a singlo word T Yet that N not hul f. "For,"sliil coutinuoil he, "yohlcrday thcro ranio into my counting room a untu of folly years." "Do you know mo V "No." "Well," said ho. I was brought drunk into your proneiico on ship board ; you weio a p issenger ; thuy kicked mo imide ; yon took mo to your birth and kept mo thoro till I nan siopi Ml my lutouc.tliun. l on i then asked mo il I h id a mother ; I tol l you 1 never had a wor 1 from her lips; you told mo of yours at tho garden gate, and to-day I am master of tho tiuest ships iu Now York li'irbor, und cumo to ask you to coma to see me." , ' How far tho little co,inYie throws itsboami The mother's woidson tbe green y.V. v.( VuraoU Ood bo thuLLful for .ho power of a single word t FELT TUB SITUATION. A (loriUHn firmer was on trial in one of tho justice courts tho other Uy for assiiiilt and b it lei y. and hud pleaded not guilty. Wliuii tho crost. c Miiuiuatiou ciinio the opposiug coun tc! asked : "Now J cob, tleio win tr u h butwuL-u uud tho pluilitliT, Wiu.n t lliero ? ' "I oxpccl deie vhas." "Ho sai.l Something about your log being a sheep killer, uud you re routed it, eh V 'Ynell, I calU him a li ir." "loudly. 'J'hen bo cullod yon -iijiuo hai d nanus ?" "Ho calls mo a snuor-kraut Dutch- 'iiunH. '.IiiHt so. That m ido yon mad V "Of coiiiho. I vims so mudt I shako all oafer." "1 thought so. .Now, Jicib. you no a fit u it who sponks tho truth. 1 lout beliovo you conld bo Li red to toll alio." "Vhell, I pelief 1 vhan pooty hon est. " 'Of course yoa ore of ooiirs. Now, Jacob, you must havo struck tho first blow. You sec ' Tho other lawyer objected, and af ter a wranglo tho defeiidout turned to tbo court and said : "I doan' oxactly make oudt how it vhiia. I liku to own o p d it I struck tiist, but I huf paid my lawyer live lollurs to prove do udder vhay. I dou't like to tell a lie, bnt I fuel badt to luso dor money!"' Detroit tret Tho two highest salaried Govern rs of tho Stat en a.u thoso vl New York and Ponusylvnin, who ro'oive 810,0 K) a "year each. The next high- out are thoso of California, Nevada aud Illinois, who get $1,0:);) each Tbo Governors of Coloiado, Iudittuu, Kontiickey, Missouri, New Jersey, Virpinia nnd Wisooitsiu aro pnii $5,000 each. Most other Guvoi uorh tra nrii'd fronf 91 500 to tl.UOO whfohL . j latter hguru is tho pay allowed bj I tho great Stato of Oh in Mont ol ibo Sontborn Ktates puy from $3,000 aod 1.00;). Tho lotobt salariei- paid uio tJ tho Governors of Ver- nout, New lltimpshit'o, Il'iodo Is land and Michiguu, who recived bill $1,000 each. No wonder Governor Bcgole, of Michigan, begs from tho railway companies on a of tlnst lit tle red pocketbooks f ir hiinsolf and MrBBegolo." T During tho past year I I' Ulllttl . luv Ktaten binds to the amount of lA'' PI Till im.rD 1 ........ .. IU- . . Altornrt8-AtiAi w. J AMES 0. ChOUK. ATTORNEY-.VT-LAW, MJIJDLEHUUOII. PA A'l l.iinlnm nf bu4 x tit par will r ic iti mil '. rth n i:Da1Uilun ln( r a n inl kiiillch. H I M. JACOB OIliHKUT, Attorney ami Ciwuxrht ul J.nf. .......... ... ..y ..It I ......... ,-BlUttVr t,rl .11 MM t I Rlnr nr. mr- &VnU " ui'm" V.. llUl iSULUIlI, ATTORNEY-AT LAW, rKI.IM4i,lVK, i'A., iollootlons nut ll othT I'UFlno. prmnpl ly mtomlS'l lo. :ouultlloi. In Ktiklltli a' auruiito. J tin 1, A. II. Dl Mi, ATTOrtNEYATLAW. LruidiHi'l, ViMl'a All tiutlnnan nlrat'il t M "r Willi, ru m 1 1 y rttleuJnl to. S. jit 39,'J'i. J (I. DKITTiKMI, 'ati(hi:v i r.i.ur. M:rl.it SI., Si liiiii,iiiV0. To. All iirofrf.linnl I uitom i-romptly ticnj.c to. iiuOAUlinlloni Id Kii h 111 U and (Urinun r. t. io. 1. 11 Wt'NDl'ULY, ATTONEY-AT-LAW. Mititloburi), Xi)itlr (' Cn t tomultcd la Kanltib of lloimio. Ju. Jr. xi, ,1 E. B0WKI5, v. AriORNEYAT-LAW, Mi'liUtturi, I'll. mni innii. ui:'i I'lill" iuuiiv. ;oniultllin In Kimllib (June 3. 'li.tr. II. I, SCHOCII, ATT02NCY-AT-LAW, New Borlin. Pcnn'a. 'r'i'iiliintl l'iii.ln.t iMitrmleil n M "t will rm'ivi ii-nniii ittti-iiiiiin, JunHU,'7. IAS P UL1UC1I, Attorney & Oouuaellor-At-Law, o(Ho In Ani' lluilillnc nas dooi r,'urili,o K uraion llorKfj. ' lliilleollnim ml :l other prod ulnnn hull tm i nulli'lliil nJ will reolve artlnl nnd iM0iit itautloD. Apr.ll,'7MI rn J. SMITH. L A TTOUNKY AT LAW. M 1 1) III. r.l! I' III I, SN Y KlUICii., I'A IfnrpliU I'rura'iilniiitl Servli'rj to t lie fu !) lotmult ttlmiH Id l-.nlbu anil ((firman. V.W. POT I'M It, ,V X. I. I'OTTKI .1 rion.Yh Y.s 1 T I A W, SolinsKrove. Pa , (lll ir ttielr irnlfml nlir i'e the piihlle A II l l 'iii-l - nlrti-tOil o lliolrnnre mn reii.'lvo fr-,t?i ;t itilonltuo ' hiukiu m jid rt. July . II OUACK AI.I.F.MAN, r 7 t rt .v ; 1' A 7 I. A w. Kliii!Lri,, t. .. i i nil Iiu.Iikk.' mi l i i'Ium'I inn rn Iru.te l In III. ' wil I i.o irniiiitl nttenil ,4 m 'n i' " inul' J In r.nll.h ur (tannin, inline mi .Market .S.jure. mi v:, -j. A 1 1 o v 1 1 a V- f 1 1 . T i i w. SI) HISI'K I 'l' I l ullN KY I nil SM i (IMS ri 1 1 I V . I'rrebui ir I'ti. 4 'nnjulutluu Iu loiiu KuhII'Ii "'' 'lermen l.itUMU.KUN. i'l.i mri JOHN II. AKNOLD, Attoi'iiuy t Inw, Mlll)l.KL'IM, .. I'l-oTeiiiliiiiel I'Uilnem cntrnitel In hl our will lie iruuinly Mtrmloil in WM- VAN tSKZHU, ' ATTUKSEY AT LAW, Jiovvixhn rg Pu. (lirerahtK prof, mlnnnl "ervl.e In the ru,,,l' (lolleotlnranl 1 1 nllier ir.no.l.iliu I hual uo H.it ruino'l t i 'il ,i im rii mod ve prompt mii-titl'in. SIMPSON, ATTDllNKV AT LAW, Seliiisgrovp, Po. OiTnr, hl pruff ".loiiiil n)'Vl'-c to the puhllo All iiumiieiK entriiHt. ii t iii nuri-win i o promptly uotjteil to. Jit n. 7.'a7 CAMUKLII. OUWIG, A TTOllXf'V-A T'L A W, I.ewUlMiiff. I'nlon Co.. I'ii: Mill 'o nn Mirk 't Strnet, one ilonr ttt ot l'n oritt llnii-p. Deo. jo. a:.ti." Hot, I Cards- National Io.a By WM. HUI.ZWOUTII, ,si:idN.stiitovi:, pa. ReinniloUiil, 1,'ufiirnU'iO'l am) ImprovoJ. 1 li iiin-t i-enlfnlly I .rule. I hnl ii In tl.e I n l lrn ilu, ''I'lini'iilatluL lur ilia travuii public. 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