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' " ' , Ilotc Wea8 vvThave a Job lot of note U on hand. - They must go a The orlce will do It. Uples and prices for the asV- i ye furnlsn inem printed m i i . t r .? f: less than you can ouy mem Lut printing. oi. xxxx. Lively Little Liners. . u.. Itucfl. of flu Hustle" onu -v Unty Seat. Told In Brief Paragraphs. More or Less Prominent. '. watitoseller, M,ur " PrPrI'r. A Family Jonrnl, Dcroted U News, Scleoce. Art, Political Ecanomr ind Correal Literature. MIDDLEBTJRGH, SNYDER COUNTY, PENNA., yEPTEMBE'tt 21, 1903. pie lolling I'opjli'tion and rven:.s l In- Lt that tlty Curlolt and Aprae the Thlr.it lor News. i:M.i of l.re.mer was at Mid- ...-.1.... rj. -JO II I ' ISn lcr of ltichflold has nn ex- It cow fur sale. liani Folt.and wife are the happy sofa new boy. L Jtnwersnx of Globe Mills wit County seat Saturday. i. Verger of Kresmer was at tin IV will hist week one day. A. Swincford and wife of Hiester are tin- parents of a new heir. y to wear hate and outing liat1 IK variety. L. DunKeliierger. Alice Mertz and Miss Dessie Ll visited friend at Pennscreek F. S. Liegel and mother, Mrs. Uburg, are visituig friends at it-town. iiu mill W. H. Itottclgerof Hies- lllcy liave raiHed and are shipping Jliict' jieaebes. U. Bowersox and Geo. S. Smith tRiihfleld last Wednesday for ds of shingles. till tfhellenburger of Kvetidttle town for a load of phosphate krmlay of last week. tin Trewltz of Mt. PleasniAMills If Geo. Trewitz of Franklin town- haiilliicr lumber to town. frank Fcese and lady and C. W. ami Miss Stella , Cromley ol burg were lu town Sunday. . keen t ' heavy iiall Storfu 'dld k damage to the buckwheat and iro,i in Buckwheat Valley. tin me snow oaiui'.iay aim urop aier wonts, rirrtlrj prsttire, the new goeds will fcer- Monday morning, Sep please you. u. amuKeiuerger. vrt Sliamhach, who bad been fwl fur several months In the ru part of the State, returned I. (iarman has been over to Mt. bit Mil!.- WANTED AT ON'CE. A few country hams. Apply at tins oftlee. Mrs. liiinli Walter paid a visit to Hev. J. M. U...uii k and family at Cen tre Mall. K. K. 1'irvniiiii purchased h bouse ami lot in lieavertown from Ibe estate ot .liibn S. Smith. FOU SA LK: A bay mare, u first class, good k iiI gentle family horse. impure ai this office Ve understand Unit Mr. A. Kivegt has tendered bis resignation as director of the First National Hank of Middle burg, ami that it has been accepted The alarm of lire was Hounded Fri day owing to a conllagration at tb lesiilcnceof William F'oltz. The lire was extinguished before much damagi whs il.ine 1'.. h. Siroiip, Strmiptown is band ling a high gui le of Fertilizers, inauu factored hy iho Laltiniore Pulverizing tompuny. Fin es range fiom (13 to $.12 a tun. Persons need ii g a reliable article should outl o.i him tf Lloyd Walter. f Susquehanna I'ni verslty spent Kumlay with bin parents above town. Mr. Walter lias been elected JSusiness Manager of the "Suh iuehaiiua", a niunihly publication ia- Biied by the slude ils ,.f the sebool Foil Kai.k. A house and lot situated Ratea: One Dollar Per Annom, in Advance xumijp:h 37. Attorney fieneral ('arson has given Forestry Coinniisslouer Itothroek an opinion to the effect that be cannot lease State forestry laud to a water Co. for water purposes, nor can be build cottages nor permit others to build cot tages or leas'- land for grazing purpiw. s on State land. Tl I,-pii it incut of FUbciicH is now remiy to rcciive applications for blanl.s for trout fry for spring delivery. All applications must be filled out and returned to the llarrisburg olllce before January 1st. No applications will 1. received exceptingfor llsh to be planted in free streams. If you want a tropical plant to grace your window collection, cut ol! the top of a pineapple ami put it into a jr of water una place it in n Minny window in aiMiui lour weeks a niiiM4 of roots will start, then pot in rich, s.-unly soil and give It an abundance of sunshine and water and it will grow light along anil Torm a pretty plant. The Pennsylvania railroad has in augurated a tl.;ht auaiust walpers and others who by the means of forgeries ami erasures, have altered tickets ismi. ed over the company lines. The com pany claims it has Buffered greatly dur ing the preasent excursion season. (Jeimral Passenger AgenLIloyd him ? 1 ax onville is o. leprivate sale. UK tll,.lr alltM,lio u, , for)eriet( BmJ lueou.jui.igs are yrfm coudiiiour: i,,,,,,,,..., ,,.,. ,L ,, .,. ... . .. . " "HCICTl nil COl ... m m m ilieliomeis supplied itL tirst-iM tickets when (iriwiited water, iruiw, ete. Write oyiill on Sak.wi ltoift;iwox, Paxluiivllle, Pa A free scholarship in the hcIio iI o ln.l....ta!.l A At xuuuninui rkn oi me rtrnisy i i,i 1U Museum is due to Hnyder county. Any one wishing the same must in .ke at plicatiou to the Governor at once or it will be rilled from some other locality The sample tells the story, Uniii ie and useful novelty for house keepti. Hirnlsh free plan for ageuU. Sami teu cents. No canvassing. M. WiUirn. Houreland statlt.n.'-Boston, Alass. It vrvi'rr'c . ti , . . ""'"-li. .hi persons nun nau m- plied or want workn the Middleurv forwork l0:i. II. i. Fkhkuick, Contractor, Washington House. Willi nut!. Walter.iind wife of Mar- ceMtn, Michigan, are Visiting bis bro ther Jacob Walter""in Franklin town ship. It is .Hi years since Mr. Walter the past week or two. h'ft Sll.v,'fr county mid they are great l-osr to leave here and move L his till home by Spring. Htvki'i t and wife and J. W. liiower and wife of Millersbtirg, ruiuliiy with H. (i. Frederick life ut tin- Washington House-' areim ted to attend ourfirst K-of I'ii. I and Winter hutbAvbich Friday and Saturday of this rqt. - und 2t5tli, L. Duukel- r Hiiiii li of Shadel and his son- t'ims. U. Sallade of Philadel 'iv County seat visitofc Satur- kriiiHin. Mr. Kauch became a lribi-r to the Post. fngspeiit all of last week In he lilies attending uiUliery p, we are ready for biWiiiess. wing. Sept. 25 and 20th. Come F -you are welcome. L. Dun- UKNT.-A faiut of 110 acre hie l.oaiu. one mile from Jtl- I ami railroad station, in a ftid fiiity adjacent to churches and "ii public road. Address, Win. i'bvll, Allenwood, Pa. 'l A Clements have moved M' mill on David Winner's tract ini'iit and are sawing lumber tmun'ry. C, s. ltcnuinger of M. II. ininicitnau, John UHI Al.-ololll Krili.r nf Ml Mill-, aie assisting in the ly enjoying their visit here among the lannliar scenes Fall MillinervOpeuing ivt jrs. K- L. Auran.rs,yt. 21, 23 and , Fall tiais. Dre iliiings,rSilk for Waists. NotionsWJl Shawls, Cor- ituroy elvets tor Wsts, etc. Under wear, Wrappers, aliyrt bargain prices. Dr. D. F. Swengel of Aberdeen, S. D bus favored us with a booklet entitled ."Modem Science." He is a dentist and formerly resided in Snyder county. He is making a specialty of curing rheumatism by the "Faith" cure plan ami judging by the testimonials be inusi be successful. FOR SALi:. In MiddleburgPa., a good frame liouse!J,roonis, airu lot of laud. Also a gUA ery sllefjle on the same lot. For teJul and particulars apply to F. F. WalterJf mile west of MUldleuurg on road lending to Jteaver town. tf. Lost. Early this spring a deed was lost between Theodore F'isher's mill near Pawling station and Middleburg. Deed was given by (ieo. C. Ktister and wife to I.ydia Verger and Chas. Hin kle. If it was found, the tinder will kindly return to C. F. Hinkle, at Krea iner, i'a. V1X-TK-NA fur Depressed Feeling, F.xhaiMed Vitality, Nervous Debility and Di-.-ases reipiiriug a Tonic Streng thening Medicine. 1 1 cures iiuickl v bv making Pure Ked liloud and replen ishing the I'.IihkI Supply. l'.eticllt liilalaiitctd or money refunded. All dlii.-'-i-t-. ;-, (yrli'ilu lly waist, IN 'r.:-N. und the gimd cf I'l inmicliate. Y.m will get " will 'e,. ,r r,, ....... nun ' it... i lll u'iii t . i , . .. . i -i'i 1 1. us ami uiiiiiiii'- r new, ricu niiNsi , jr. l'rm...i your wins. V1N- ru.v v'Kv,V-fi NLs 1 '!lct like magic, mSu put 'X"'w '" Jy"is, etc. iic, at hi you. If not benetlted money yi l;s f" r- At K.M. All drugniHiH. I full on A. F. Soles in his new shav- pt I'U'iiic of the sea.ii was held j lug and hair cutting parlor f.u yout head eleaueil with a relrenhiu r llalu poo and a clean towel to each patrou on the north side of Market iwii are o posito Central Hotel. Satisfaction gtiai an teed. tf. Foil MU.K. Au axlO Vlewiug Outfit lucludtug Cuiuera, three leuses with portrait attachment, tripod, carrying cu.io, piintlnj; frames, etc. Will W told cheap. Write or lmiulre at this olllce. ki . . . . r-wu -unuay tsclio il on Satur- 1 l lie exercises were held in Tl1', singing by the school. (). P'vr, 11. W. Smith, Mipts. Delia '.'vnnie GembMllng.organlsts II. (J. Hniil,!., . ..l.uu I in- Moyer.G. F. Dunkeiber 'v.V, A. Haas. Ilouedlo-v- Haas. After the dlnues hour wv the Siillnsirrove Cdruut r tt"e entertttluinent. The Walter L. Main big three ring circus, excellent menagerie and excit ing roman hipodrome is coming. It will be at Middleburg this Saturday sepl. lli, '.m, in all its magnitude and glory. The Main shown are well and most favorably known, but w hen the Main shows we knew but a few years ago are compared to the present aggre gation, It becomes evident that we knw the show only in its hifnncy. l car by year the show has been added to and strengthened In every depart ment until now It U the largest and best that visits this section of the coun try. This year Mr. Main has under contract a company of performers that it i-. utterly iniMssible to duplicate for meritorious acting. In fact any act given under the spacious tent with any other show would lie a feature. All acts with the Main show are features. fur were they imt they would nut be willi it. The riders, joekiys, acrobats, tumblers, gymnasts, jugglers, wire walker clowns and sH-cialty people are all. head liners in the ranks from which they were chosen. So numerous are they that three rings, elevated stage, spectacular amphitheatre, aerial enclave, ssirting pia.a, athletic field, racetrack, hippodrome and college of fact-it are required to display their many accomplishments. Mr, Main has always enjoyed the reputation of exhibiting only the very best, but this season he has far outdone any of his previous ellbi ts. The menagerie is the largest and most comp ete ever h-sem-bledaud student of natural history have pronounced it the finest. Not ouly are the fully matured representa tives of the forests, mountains and plains in evidence ; but t he infantile specimens of ferocity, some of them with their eyes not yet opened, are at their mother's side. No better oppor tunity to study natural history was ever afforded than at this menagerie. The cute little nursing baby camel and ponderous infant water buffalo are among the births in the menagerie .this season. Attendants are always in at tendance and willing to answer polite ly any ijuestioii asked them. Tickets on sale at Middleourg Drug Co. 'a store Middleburg, Pa. Admission 00 ceuts. 'hildren 2-" cents. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE MAGAZINE. Official Program of Snyder County t Teachers' Institute. The 4llth annual session of theT.aeh ers' Institute of Siiyder county will convene in Middleburg, Pa., Monday, Nov. 30. l!H):i, and the fourth annual publication of the "Teachers' Institute Magazine" will 1n Issued as the official authority of the convention under the direction of (he County Superinten dent, Prof. Geo. W. WallxM ii, I'reelmrg Pa. The Ixsik will contain all the official announcements of the program, the instructors, entertainments, names and addresses ol teachers and directors. A few page will lie reserved for ad vertisements of a clean and respectable nature, at the following rates : l-'uil page l i.Ou ; half page $:S.00; ipmrtei tl.7-5. The size of the page will be. the same as last year ; inches by !i, the ty pi page 4ix7J. In order to get the iHiok to the teach ers and directors in ample time, it will lie Issued earlier than usual and copy for ads should be sent at once in order to facilitate neat displays. This Is a splendid means of ad vertis ing for schools, colleges, hook publish ers and school supply houses. Send In your copy at once to Gko. W. Wamknskm.kk, Publisher, tf. Middleburgh, Pa. 6WINEF0RD. Geo. W. Walter, Jr. spent Saturday out of town. W. E. Graybill intends to paint his house this fall. John Kohlaud of Centreville did busi ness in town Friday. Koyd Kaufman, who is confined to his ted is coins descent. Our schools commenced Sept. 11th. with a lurge attendance. W. II. Winey shipped several car loads of cross ties last week. M n. James Dietrich, is visiting rela tives at Paxtonville Saturday. iuitea number of our young people are working at tin: water works. John Hains, who is winking ut Ad unsburir, spent Sunday at home. The billing cars of Walter L. Main's sfi'eat show was in town lal week. The Carpenters have commenced to work at W. I!. Wiin-vs m-w house. I.'. J. ( . Ainigof Lew i.town was no ticed in our town a few day 's la-t week. Win. Kellerof I.ewistown spent Wed. n..lay at the home of Win. A. Smith. Henry Dietrich and Klias Minium transacted business at Lichfield one day recently. Snyder Co. man dies at Elkhart. Ind, I'.lkhart "Truth". Francis H. Sliaf er, whose .-ritical illness was mention ed in last evening's Truth, died at 7:..i o'clock this morning aged "I year, " mhiiihs and !" days. Mr. Shafer was burn at Mckees Ha'f Falls, Suyer Coun ty. Pa., March 2s, lsH'.i. 11 - came to F.lkhnrt in August, Vs2. After leaving sch'.o lie took it clerkship with J. L. Wolf and remained there 17 years. He went Into the shoe busini-s at 21 1 Main street four years u;ii, Mr. Shafer inuni.,1 Myr.-t Ii. Wear January 2, lv.il. Two children were burn, Dorothy and Carolyn. The lat ter preceding him in death in March 'lis, aged 7 years. The deceased leaves a wife and dau ghter, 7 years old, three brothers, John M. of Three Livers, Midi., J. Clinton f F.lkhnrt, and Austin 11. of Sunbiiry, l'a.;au aunt, Catherine, ,,f Klklmrt, who has been a mother in the family for :!0years, Mr. Shafcr's mother hav ing died when he was four years old. The father, step-mother, four half-sisters ami a half-brother reside in Phila delphia. The funeral will le held at the house on Monday afternoon at 2::;o o'clock. Friends may yiew the remains Monday morning from tt to 11. The il.-cea.sed was a member of the Klks. A post mortem examination is being held on the body of Mr. Shaf.-r this afternoon. Fear Hydrophobia. Dr. Steans, of Northumberland, left on Wednesday, accompanied by An drew Marks, who resides above North umberland and his tun Selin, for the iisteur Institute at New York City. who fear having contracted hydropho bia from another son of Mr. Marks who died several weeks ago near Seven Points. The doctors who attended the deceased son claimed be did not suffer from hydrophobia, but lu order tonllay all their fears the hospital olllclals ad mitted them for treatment. LA 11 Interest Notice to Investors. On and after Oct. 1, Pm:;. We the undersigned agree to pay .'! per cent, per annum for any and all money left with us, giving as security our joint note. It is also understood that all money can tie had at any time on de mand. We expect to be in our' new ban building in Sw ineforiLaliout Jan when we will be atfe. tA offer to the public the same fivlei4am accom modious as trie Mildh'lJargh bank. M.'wSchoch, WIJ. Winey, A. Kreeger, A. 1 1. l lsh, G. h Shiudle, li. V. Yisler. " Show ! Show ! ! Show ! ! ! Walter I. Nfaiu's great big show and menagerie i coming to Middleburg on Saturday, S. pt. 2(itU, and while here you will feel betf before going horfie to get a quarjXr 'Mark's All Lyivliis key. Tlye eoaffj Jtre goJ1or tnis damp and folgy tvithor. There are no aches, no rdiiir that you have but that these gooAwill do some good. Prices, 75, SorJl.OO, $1.2"), $l.$o per quart. J. L. Marks, Middleburg, Pa. Cider Making. I will operate my cider press lu Franklin this year and I Invite all my patrons to briug their apples lu to my mill. I will begin to make'eider Thurs day July 23. After that, the days will be Tuesday aud Thursday of every week until otherwise notified. Calvin O. Strovp. tf. MAKK1ED. Sept 20, Km, by Win. Moyer, J. P., Peter D. llaley of Shaniokin Dam and Susie S. Lamar of Freeburg, Pa Sept. 20, by Lev. H. T. Searle, J. O. Louacre of Dundore to Annie L. El senhart of Chapman. Sept. 15, by Rev. A. D. Gramley, Lester E. Ierr of Paxtonville to Hat tie F. Shambach of Beaver Springs. Engine For Sale A twelve horse power portable Frlck Engine Is otlered at private sale. It can be seen at Stroptown. Inquire of E. S. Stkovp, t-f Btrouptown, Pa. Mrs. olin Haas. Anna Maria Winey was bom Dec. 17, married John Haas and died in West Purry township, Sept. 15, putt, of paralysis aged M years, h months and 2S days. Her husband died 22 years ago. They were the parents of live children : Daniel W., of Mt Pleasant Mills ; John W., of Harris burg; PUizabeth, wile of Geo. S. Shaf fer, of ML Pleasant Mills ; a son and a daughter died in lnluucy. .Tbari Id i' ' in.. (freatgraud children. " Deceased was lsrn, raised, lived all her life in West Perry township and died there. She never rode on a train of cars and never saw any. She was a nicinU-r of the Meniionite Church and was buried in t. John's Cemetery. Lev. S. . (Ir.iyi.ill. officiat ing. Potatoes are Knttin-j. The wet weathernf;!,,. j n.-t few weeks has played havoc with potatoes in many I'S'iiiities and ther-is danger that the tubers will be exceedingly high -luring the winter. Farmers who took up i - i;iunuuung nn- pa.-i wih-ks oiloil tlieni exceedingly rotten and then every rain will make conditions worse. Legardless of the- prospective big! pm-cwes, ptsipie generaiiv ri-tuse to lav in thei winter stores, fearing tuat tin potatoe will rot later. Sonic farmer: are covering their potatoes in the- bin- wun a sprinkling of lime to prevent them from rottiug befor the winter, long the country mads laage numbers of half-rotten potatoes are to lie seen throw n fut by the fanners as he rinds them. COl'RT HOCse tUIPS. DeeJs Recorded. Jonathan Markley and wife to Irvin Heiiitzelinan H.K) a. 4il p. in Chapman twp. $1,5111.00. Amelia I-'rymir.- and husband to A. J. Fryniire lot in Shaiuokiu Dam 1. Preachers aid society to Mary Alice Hurting lot and house in Sei-nsgrove, j'.'lHI.OO. C. L Saiupsel ct. al. to J. W. Satnp- sel mill property, containing i! a. .il p. in Center twp.. J5.uii.uii. Kcuben S. Auckerand wife t John .-s. .vucKer, nan interest m .u a. m I'tiiou twp., fl.5HI. Marriage Liccnsti. J. O. Louacre, Dun-lore, i Annie I.. Kiseulia:;, ( hapmau. ( Jacob Ward, M illcrstown. . Katliryn Herr ild, McKees I Frl.s. I Oscar D. Lotnig, Sdinsgrove. Anna Lolig, elinsgrove. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Has worM-w'iilo tame for mar vellous cures. It fcfurpasscs any other salve, lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns, Hums, Uoils, Sores, Fdous, Ulcers, Tetter, Salt lllieum, Fever Sors, Chapiei Hands, Skin Eruptions; infallible tor Piles. Cure Guaranteed. Only 25c at Middle burg Drug Co. Graybill tt Garnian Richfield, Dr. J. W. Sampstll Fenns Creek. THE Fl'TlKE KT.VEAI.EH. Coming Events Cast Tinii Shadows Hcfore. The renders ,,f the p..-i ' leitest- nts of all i.i.ide to vent is of I'. tTV C unty t. r L Vgl'icMll ligl. ' o., Main's 'nagerie ay upon t.'lNes in live er ed to send us fuinoune. events. No charge u ill publish the -Mine hei, - public importance. TlTs,. t Sept. I'-J t.i 'S, Fair at Neveport, p., Tl-Ks..v, S,.,t ,,, tiiral Fair at i . rat. i ' sIl. , .-s,., I.'. i -in .-ii .tiicntou n. Tt , Sept. L'll, W; mammoth Ciri-u- ai;. will exhibit in Mi.,:,., .j-;,. S 1 1 itti.t v, Sept. ju, !. ,.( , which you can ,ay ..iir Snyder County and make cent disi'ount. Si'Mi tv. Sept. .7, Tl m.-r Stone "f tb.- St. Paul's Lv.-n.g. ieal Luth eran Churdi, three no.es South of Sdinsgrove, will be laid by Lev. I i. W. Geiisler, with appropriate ser vices. Among the spe.,Uer- will be tb- Lev. U. W. Ue-.w ,- of .-.,.,,. burg. Nova Scotia. Tl -K-HAV, S,.pt. t(, (lioI1 County Fairat r.cvi i-b, ng. Pa. Wki.nksimv, Sept. ;:u t,, o.-t. Luth eran Synod will ii, e, i at Leaver town. SiTt iti.Av, Oct. :t. The Annual Lean Soup of the old soldiers will he held atMcl lure. SArriu.Av, Oct. ::, Om-h iif Mile from Ceiiterville, William Loss, attorney-in-fact for Kiiabetli, Lo-s. will s:-ll house and barn and 2 acres, and a tract of 1 acres. S.UTKDAV, Oct. .1 ;s the List day you can pay vour tuxes in order to be en titled to a vote this fall. a-oxi)AVT Oct. , St 'itoratar Term f ?l:.llll!.-.. w, .. . 7 Tt'KsDA v, Oct. , the R. L. C. F. of Middleburg, will give a Chicken and Wsftb ditim r in Lui ,;lc's Hall, over bis -tore. 1 ri:.-:- .y. o,.t. F-iir. Milt. untv It p. . II. lii-ait Mid . I let. ' Hi. o., ill c, ifonn. at :'-,i,:ie ii 'Piur-iav. s,.,i,.i I'!,- I Mull Hotel .-w I'.eriin. I ii -!oiv r.n.-k. ;o i;, in-. an. I I'W. -irv gr..;;i n. i-: ng, .argi- :-.ir: ut i itil.it: -. and ':i;d"U-, -it:;, nier of Market an. I'liis a:t "id -sial.ii-iied Well i .at roliied by -illiiMi in addition t.. the regular boating, ti.-nmg, gunning. by the heirs of Michac d.-e'd. d a l a: I'lllee lei'ill. 'tiicr large ii the 'in; St.-. I and is -arders, e. Fine . Sold kner. -J7-.il. . .e. lielletiie I'nlice'ii.n We w.-rc shown :l letter '!'' I. Lilger. a native of Middle. of Wm. I. l?ieger. ( Iiarl.-s I I. ' i 1 1 n :i in Meilcvie drau :iry ssi I a mouth and i- ing laudat'U- courage v.y. He had .jiiite an . xj'- r en miiti who serve. i . wars tetitiary. The victim '.. kill Mr. l'.ilg-r. i-ut t'n- w man grainie-1 tit ;:u ;' tli . w him to the gr-:;--i ;; tlir.-o times, .-sin. e liicu t tiicy bird r. ci : be -n v I'O.. Ill in Chas. ek, son now a : t '.' it-piay-i-g his v:lh a e 1 eui- el.,,i '.O ' 1 i i'.'t ; '. h::i. ; .'intcii- on tit v Mcvt -tale! Ml I ; P llltllit- ', Sat in. A .I'llliil.tUc T ie L.'publicun : tee ill meet III tb. ur.i-iv. i.-t. pi, pm::, at fill' t : t 1 1 lance is requested, liy order of H. W. V.'i'Ki:, 11. c. ! I .'ii li'icks. Chairman Secretary. She.p Kancl'.' WANTED: Lady of ie incnu-ut ai d means, under ;!") to join gentleman in Sheep Lancu, Eaest Tenu. Mmty double yearly. Address, WlI.UA! AftlfSTl S Gtl'.ONLY f-17-5t. 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