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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

BfeCISIOHS Bt STATE SOTEMHTEJIp EST. ! Xil^E^ijl^S tijeffifreslSe. .'!•. Facancies* by removal from District to be filed by appointment' : When a Director Kas removed from thc district, it is the duty of tlie Board-to fill the vacancy by appointment, until the next'regular election. .' 2. Last adjusted valuation not to be modified or enlarged: In levying school tax, directors are limited, in their assessment under the 20th section of the school law, to tho" •' last adjusted valuation,' furnished by tho County Commissioners, and cannot modify it, to make up for cither real or supposed omission and .mistakes on the. part of assess ors. 3. Ordinary school tax not lo be applied to Building: The tax levied under the 30th section of the School Law should; be appropriated solely to the support and maintenance of the'schools, and to defray their ordinary expenses, including'repairs; and Directors cannot legally use any portion of it as a building rand.J -4 * r '. ' 4i < Bbi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

' ' ' ' . -:- ..:-' | p.y '~~ - The War as Viewad by an American Etis-[•; fflonaiy in Turkey. (From £ e Boston Atlas,) We he ve njiicli pleasure, in calling attention to the) following: extract from a letter addressed I y a fclergymcn, who for upwards of twenty yjears jias labored under! the direction of the Americjiti Board of. Foreign Missions in Turkey, to jilis brother, ri highly esteemed merchant) in tljis citvi Although not written expresslyj for f publication, tiio cogent arguriient, vigorous sepikj and profound religious feeling of thejwritqr, will; commend his ob: seryationjs,,to)jwhiehi,bis familiarity with the true position | >f afinjrs in the East imparts additional weight, tin the thoughtful consider; ation.of i veryi; intelligent reader. lt^ as the result of the present strugglo, Tyrltey shall bX-christ-ianiz(|d, and Austria forswear her dcsVjtism in favor o)f liberal institutions! and \ an iiKres:rictad 'press,.then indeed, will good have nVci.evolved i...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

AA3MM:[ MM ' i ^OB ALL TJIE PCBPOSES OH A I •' FAMIt,Y PHYSIC. _: ' U ¦ ¦ ¦ f ''.- " i jt.M iHERR has long existed a public demand for anef | Infective purgative pill which codld bd relied on as teure) and perfect in¦ its operation,') This has been Wi-paVed to mc6J the domand, and ail dsrtensive trl-i | ii of its virtues has conclusively shown wirh what'sucpesa ii accornplishes the purposes de^iStied: ' • It is eal>y to make a peysical pill, but not easy to make the pest; at all pills-—one woico should have none of the objtfctjion. i, but ail of theadvan.tages [of cycry other.— |Thi!Ji: lias bei-Ji attoroptcd here, and. with what success gye yould respectfully submit to -the!* public decision, Jt has been vofortunate for the patieht hitherto that. Iilmost every purgative medicine" is acrmoniotjs and irritating to "the bowels.' This is riot! Many of them produce so much {piping pain and'revulsion in the fcystcm as to'more thau, counterbalance tiie good.to be Ueriyed fromthe-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

^TT^| *ttOCI<Al*ATldS; ' ; TATHEREAS I tsve Just received;» new stock of , T T Wip^r Goods) which have been bought at- the lowest pric^*«»AwtierBas J run inBrest feaaf oTCash Woolen TOmkm^^^^SSSt feet Iong,),c5Bjoytb jUrgetec~to keep a poor raantrom storvmg, I okn boutld to selTgoods at* vary low figure for any1 , of the5, above articiJfcTjust call and ^ »lf »k, Mist's aOK-,: sH^YOSs; Laneaboro, January 1,1SK. . ». ¦ .¦¦-7>^:. i-R^^f1*^*^ Plaid Shawls, French Mer£ r n^?WSme^ta% DiLaiav Ae^ at, JV - -- •• > I^es>oro,|JanuaTf l,j^5' ¦ "OlXlte "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

7- 4,8IT;lT^efirlT.>, . . ¦"Sit upright! sit upright, my, son!" said a! lady to'her;KOn,iGrei»rge, who had formed a bad ha Jit otbendiiig whenever he sat down to read, His mother had told him ho could not breathe rightly; unless he sat upright—But it >vas of no use^ bend over he would in spite- of all his mother could say.. "Sit upright, Sfaster George!" cried his teacheri-ris George beiit over his copy-book at sch([o!.. "If you don't sit upright like Master Charles, yovt; will ruin your health, and possibly jdie )of: consumption." This startled'Master George. He did not want to dief iind he felt alarmed. So after scliool he said to his teacher: "Please, si r,^ explain to nie Ifriw bending over 'when I sit can make' me hav|jthe,consumption^ r;v "Thi^tIw'div'Gli|ffge7*'rSpHedhis teacher witli a Vjijrdial :smiK). "Thercjs an c^eroeiit in.the air called oxygen, which is necessary.to make your 'blood, circulate, and iu'lielp'it purify itself by throiring off what is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

iBT^SlfrlSSS CARpS.. -.-rr-^-:'-^- '^-~~~^"-i ^ M T-l ]:-77'^&|RBtd{hf^'.;.--'-*:t"'''r ' * AMTFACTCRElis OF SADDLES, HARNESS, Trurikaj'Whips, JS»; totiiq Basenibntttfflearle'i Hotel,)Montrose, Pa. :: ,. . .' v ¦ . -¦¦ . V. --. .'"'..'• ::7 i,v a ^ MpJUWhOM, ! '-:-=-'-'-•' TJodT AND^UOE MAKER. Shop first door cast X> ;o/iQd4;t' sIlowsi flail,. Turnpike sC, Jfontroif. '77'4-t ' Wlsingfleton. ' ' - -' •' - i^tASr'now hfc fotorid ht his new stand on Qwcgost. iiTTiioiaoort wfHt of Searle's Hotel, where he ef. f"e*r^fr>r>paTis.twlth! dispatch, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 6«ns, awl every description of Machinery. Wheel cnttiiig; Qu« ""id Watch hatcrials suppned to thctra'di^- " :" j ¦'-O-'.^'Dr-H-'Smitiv; .'./'. ClHBGEOSr DEXTISt. Moattosc, P< "at jJterVs $5 Hotel, Mondays an|l Tucsdaygjof each week. , M . ' ....,--- -; j -Ifeiiry8.&«pp, '*,'"'' ONTR0SE, PA.) jwith R^w, ^ Woodfvf Ji Car--*ef,' Wfholesilci Grocers arid :Conimlasion Mcrihantv"Ko...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

To <h« Peopjc, pt Susaucliajana ¦ .\'ir.i-:irt '-,-' *ow«ty. ---.--.' -; ,.; | BRING one of the greatest sufferers by ths reeent : destrwtire tire in Montrose, having lost'niy atore^hoase and nearly all of my goods, I have nbl however; given over to deipair, )l>ut have taken' |i store SToorii in tJ»e lower part of the, town, first doOi nor th ofKeelcr'n Hotel, into which I hare p&ced th» small stock saved from the fire, and will in the eduiis of a very short time fill'-op the store "with an entire new stock of goods. In' toy preAnt new location.il win: be happy; to see and wait on', my old customers ami thel public generally-who willj foybr me wlth|a cilL' I bare resolved W'tuver gtWvp the *hip.*± I am detorwihed to keep a DRUG STORE, and U keep a^bod assortment of Drug*,1 Medicines, Patnh, Oils, Dfe-sturfs, Groceries, Glass-:irare, Jevtlry, P^- fvmtry, '.yankee Notiont, and all sorts of ><j«cv Good* , 4c, &c', such as I kept before the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

'/"'?; -1'wirMtfeiofHiN^ (^SM ^!l^!i ©^Q^@ , AS wb are^iarixlelus it close but bur stock of cloth-. Ing to make room for bur Spring and Summer purchase we are sejling it )at)greatly reduced, prices. Call, os-now »s the lime to liuy cheap, Over ceatefromAS.iXi to $18,00. Dress) Frock and Sack coafc«, g^od pattern r*)nd new style*. Pants from «l,5p to *g,0(>. Ve»U i>fixjyery Style. Gents. Furnishing Goods of every l;indi , ' - - ALL IWOOLLqjVG SHAWLS 15 per cent chcapar tht n eli'eroffersd in Montrose. .): BE ; LINES'. 7" -): '.""' Good quality, and [ nea t patterns' gcllirig at cost'ibr cash. ] ! .' !!A. LATBROPACO; February lj 185i. j j '" , ". ' ^AIB¥trjiE^7 *4KEtwOTICEl'" THE ftuliscribcrs ihavirig g'ccurcd.'dii! sole right to DA ITS' AlXJUi-TABLE CHURN AND BUTTER-UpRKER, for Susquehanna and several adjoining counties, respe ;tfu{ly invite all Butter makers to examine and'jTssi tli* merit* of this new arid valuaWe invention. { IFi rirbpose tp fcrnlsh each and all o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

. i" :m &Mmf*mwr&* a>¦'¦"{¦¦'¦ I - :i-^b-.jSIII«WjRBi*}ClpjWl;4C!r-"7 ". 1 hi r.-wn l^PQSFrteCO. ;¦;';)]- .' I TTT;Rnosroffer totr»publicIbsmostchokl^i'I * ffi; Uw'xatisT.sr<Mri.-.pt.Goods -to be had ,7 H where In the couhtry.and for.tho very lowest ri,;I,r M without varlatibri- ,.' '•'.'"»". ¦—* " -'• a '¦¦vA4¥tA%rmb&cL0iBnrfr'." 1 I SUMMEB:STYWSSt?>I. L. PosrAfc^^Co,' havi i^.»'- mads a largo addition to thch-Btock of clothU' Wk consisting*«ow of -pverythlog desirable for the buy,.) JB at snch Drices.aa are. sure;; to .suit. ..The good* are M made first rate, and wb warrant toe wdrk tobe'e,,^ M 2nM*nPeriortoariveverhefbrc u cHreredto tbistvnav m Met. Our stock comprises 'Coats, fine bjaek -fr'en„i 1 bncKs, Frocks and Businessi Tweed,,Cassiraeii..-! ' .:1 • Jean Sacks and Frocks, also, brown, arid white!&«„' « mer plain,and twuled. Vests—White and c«lo,71 Marsaillc8,.T<ilefltia, Lasfing, figuredBirathcaJfi^. ¦ ed silk an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

Henrivatine Orchards. Messrs EDtTohB:-—Can yoii or any of your contributors,\ive racany information As to the best l.nodeNjf renctvating an old oricharcl; 1 have, not foim<l any directions iij.an-ly-book . to whiclrl have access.^— H. Lee, Mass. . . . • . - V, I If it is sod, plow, liarrdH-, nnd tear the plowed turf to fragments DyNre-harrowih)g-r plowing shallow Hear the trcefc. and deeper lihorc reniptely, .Apply a gooa. coating of itahle manure, with a hundred orytwo bush.--; «l_s of leached ashes, or fifty: bushels of un- i ¦ Jpaclied ashes or lime per acre—harrow t)icse All into thjs soil, and plow under as deeply as ^lie roots-will allow.—Thin-out the heads by jrcmoying all dead, deciiying and badly stunted crooked branches, avoiding if possible, ¦ the. lopping of very large-limns." This treftt\ ¦ment will impart new. vigor. Jlq old trees, the; crops will increase aiid-thcfruit will be much; larger. and greatly superior in quality. Where, thd Soil naturally rich, ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

1' I S^^erifeVr Xriaw.TroariwWffin, " V^e have; received a eomriiririicataon from :'QM 9f the Qiv3er',in!i»Iewjrersfiy^.in reference I to the Pro^Iavery attitude of ttriysecret fraternity. , Our coriiesMatlerir i^ites tlkt the great issue, wade- bySstbi .^Oiffler in that State,4it<he last election, was opposition to th# Nebraska; Bill. > He admitri thaf the or^ dcr cqnsiders the influence of foreigners upon' our elections as one1 of the- greatest evils of our aay, Jbut deriics that it is a greater evU than Slavery, ©rats.introduction in Froe-territory[i:'5 0u*;fe6rrespoiidoRt declares he expresses the opinion of a large aiaiTrityr qfths OrdejB, whearhe; says that to^vhuJlly separate themselves frorii the advocates of Slavery would: be a gain to ^»e Ordered make tiem tbri «fe?Sm«itjiartjr' before the next-Presiden tial $ectiofl. JFar^er^heflffirnls that upon this question,f^, Xp^ h>>ri"OrScr will- sfcmti; ;or- —^7—~ ; ..:-.v,.|—~—"~"—....... ,.,.,....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

Jtyes'SfjS Skefcites. LITTLE FLOY, OS, HOW A JHSEB WAS RECLAIMED Oi"all Ihe houses which 'Martin Kendrick iiwricd. lie used the oldest and meanest for his own habitation. It \yas an old tuniblednM-ii building on a narrow street, which had already.lived out more than its-appointed term d1' .service, and was no longer fit to •cumber the ground.' But the owner still clatig'to it, the more, perhaps, because &.•> it stood there in its desolation,' unsightly and weather-beaten, it was no. unfit emblem of h;/n<CiI. • . - ' Martin, the riiistr! Years of voluntary {•r'.vatiuii. sucb_as in most cases follows only tr. the train of tfi^ cxtretnest penury, had giveu him a glaitn to the appellation. It might U somewhat Inconsistent with his natural character that, with the exception of the one room which he occupied, the remainder of the large house waS°lett tehunfless. After all it vgk nut s!o difficult to account for. He could not bear the idea of having immediat...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

THE rHFLXTEHCE OF CATHOLICISM. I !::¦ ¦ ) ~" ~ ' > I; FROM DR. Mt'S's S10SS OF THE TIMES. | ':j- . Look now at Spain, once the most zealous [and powerful supporter of Rome: In the vetjy .effort to uphold Popery, she began-to !sinjt.' lfi she excluded Protestantism by the hocrid cruelties of the lnquisitiou,she did not jex!qlude infidelity. Indeed, the very methods urged by the clergy to prevent the spread of Protestantism, exposed the weakness of [Popery as a system of religion, and drdivC re-IfleCtiug npen to infidelity. She lost sbcees-Isiyely Portugal,.' ber American cjlonies and !he( JtastjIndian commerce; and finally she ]lost internal peace. Crushed with'mental jstagnation, because men dared to think; ioyjirrun "yvith a multitude'of idle aiiil4mmor-§ii; iecclesjastics, her agriculture, nianufiic-¦tures and commerce steadily, declining, she Whined "smitten with.palsy." And within Ihejiast twenty years, she has been desolate^ by pnC\ofi tho most ferocious civil wars...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

A Minister of Western Missouri. The following extract from ah addresa delivered by the Reverend .Leander Kerr, at Platte City, Missouri, near the Kansas harder, will afford outy readers an idea of'the part yhich some of the minittert pf Missouri have taken in> exciting the recent eljsctidn riot in Kansas: i ;| 'Do gentlemen tiilk of lawful and honorable means to prevent all this mass ofjj Eastern abomination, moral,, .social and infidel from entering among you! ; If a"midnight robber were to attempt to} break intp my quarters, I would avail myself of the moat effectual means at my command to expel hiifl; I would not sit down to ponder upon, honorable or lawful means; the only law L would recognize in the case would be the law of self-preservation. 'Talk not of honorable and lawful nfeads save the law of self-preservation against men who trample alike the/laws of heaven and your country under jtheir feet. Talk not of honorable means toward men from whose: hands you mig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

¦ " : . THE JBB8EY HOMESTEAD. ¦' ; ' joks^^?- - or *«¦• -r- w--Attsixon, p. d. 9 I f»in would hireifl might choose V mansion, *uch«9 formers use, • ' - Of sound old stone, with hanging eves, - And casements clambered, o'er with leaves ; F»ir but not fine, of ancient guise; Xbore shadowing elms around should rise; * • full barns, clean stables—nor forgot . — Gear springs, and dairy^ool as grot About the pile in thought, I view A spreading Uwn of freshest hue; And stretcl'ing back, in stately mien, .,. , A garden, with its sllevs green; ^ Where every herb and every fruit, ' •' That may a hoalthful palate suit, Shall grow in concord with each flower ' Thatjmay beseem » Jersey bower. The'nLlet a rippling brook flow by ' On whose green margin there may lie At intervals, a wcll-bcwn Seat, "For pause, amid the noontide heat; And here and there, as good may seem, ;" Bcoad willows wcepmg q'er thi stream, Or locusts, where, in balmy June,- , The bees may hum their sleeping tune. Suc...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

THE GRAVES OF A HOUSEHOLD. | \ \ | ! BT MSB. HE«AS8. '' lj Thiy grow In beauty, jiide by sidoi =They filled one home with glee; . trf- Their graves are severed, fcr and wide—I .-'. f By mount, and stream, and aea.- - i . --"; ' The tame fond mother bent at night, ' | .'' . - j O'er each fair sleeping brow; \ • She had each folded flower in sight— . [ i Where are those dreuuers now ?. j ¦ One, 'mid the forests of the west, ¦' • ' j . 'j By a dark stream is bid— ; ; The Indian knows hia place of rett, „ | \ Far in the cedar shade; I Tb« sea, the deep blue sea. bath oue, f He lie's where pearls lie deep, i He was the loved of all, yet nono : 0'«r hi low bed may weep. "T - i ¦ ' '. I ! ¦ , ¦ ' On« sleeps where Southern vines arc drcaa'd \ ! Above the noble slain; '. \ ! ; He wrapt bis colors 'round bis. breast, : j' ^ On a blood-red field of Spain; ;¦ | i Ami on e—o'er her the myrtle showers j I Its leaves, \ by soft winds fanned,—. ] She faded 'mid Italian lowers—j | The last of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

HADRIAN AHD THE PLAHTEB- . The emperor Hadrian, passing hear Tlbe-j rias, in Galilee, observed an old man digging!, t large trench in order to plant some, fig' trees. 'Hadst thou Iproperly ^ employed themorning of thy life,'; said Hadrian, 'thou nced'st not have, worked so hard in the evening of thy days.' *r have, well employed my early days, nor will I' neglect thej. evening of.my life; and let God do with me what he thinks best,'' replied the man. ' How old mayest thou be, good" man f asked the emperor. 'A hundredjyears,' was the] reply: ' What!' exclaimed Hadrian, ' a hundred yearsfold, art thou, and still planting! trees i Canst thou then hope ever to enjby thii fruits of thy labnr ¥ ' Great King,' rejoinec the hoary-headed man, 'yes, I do hope, if God permit, I may even eat'the fruit of these vcr ry- trees; if nor, my children, will.. Have no^ my forefathers planted trees for me,, tmd shall I not do the same for my children V Hadrian, pleased with the honest man's reply,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

¦ INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN. -¦- '< " , = : CHARLES F. RKAO AKD H. H. FRAXIKR,.EDITOBS MONTBOSE; PA. Thursday, May 9-1, 1655. fSg* 1 The question of Slavery willj without doubt, be the great issue in the next Presidential election. It is important that wo should obtain as correct a view, as possible of the position of different parties on that question, so that, now when the disruption of old party ties has left every man free to think and act for himself, we may not be misled into tbfe support of any party that docs not represent our principles. The present aspect of our national affairs, relative to this subject, furnishes just grounds to every reflecting mind for serious apprehensions for the future. But the issue is one that must be met, for the South has forced it upon us. When Southern men, without distinction <£f party, joined all their strength to carry through the Nebraska bill, they formed a sectional pro-slavery party, (unless' the number of the Norther...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

Account of the Capture of the murderer, Baker, by one of the Canton ¦ .! From bie New York Times, jf ¦ We tyjardjedjtbe Jewett about ftnidsKips j jumped on djtek, (the Captain standing in the waist.) j One of our member being .selcjcted by us as spokesman, asked—'Are youi the Captaihr?* He| replied. >Yes.* jWe said, ' Lewis |Bakcr i'a nn board of your vessel.and we wahthini,* j 'Lewis Baker,' replied the Cuptaml * thereiis no such man.' |j ] At this moment Baker, who was watching, the whole of the-proceedings, came fronj forward and 6$trt?ed for the ..cabin,, .we having: our eye upon him, and as we intercepted his1 retreat, stud; j1 How* are you, Lew?'! ai^d stretched thirl hands to shake hands jwith him; at the.same momet we all surrounded him-rotic takifig him by the arm, another, by the wrist, another by the shoulder,! &ci! and forced him! on his back over the gunwale* of the boat jtha't was on deck, and so put the! irons upon iiini, hu protesting and makin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

The Late Hojjhicide in]Kansas. \ A letter from Kaijisas, which we find in the Missouri; Dbmocrali, gives the following .account of the: recent tilling of Malcolm plarii. It will be seen that St differs essentially front; the statements cc icerning the same affair; hithertoIfurnifehed !y the nigger-drivirtgjour-' nals of thatjquarteif: ; - 1 ' f I "A sqiiatjter met ing was held at.I«nv|n-j worth City ;to takejjnto consideration l!ie piro-i priety of giving further »ime to claimnntsltoi come aiid jive upuijth'eir claims.-;'.Mr. ijLc\ Crea, a lawyer of that place, opposed Ithe ex-! tension of tmie. Mir. Malcolm Clark {replied; to Mr. McCrea, iniasaid that McCrei wals ii d—d rascal, anyvM. McCrea wentjoff aW got a pistol, j Whjfij; he returned, a few m^ro words passed, and! Clark struck him: jfc? Crea dtew his pij*ol • Clark picked up a board; ^McCrea riL and Clark pursupd-.himj. In the chase Cloi-k dropped his board, wfieii McCrea turned, arj|Jiholdtng his pistol within a foot ...

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