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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

TIheLats Skxatuk Douglas as a pojfr.—Wc fin ! in our exchange paper! the following plaintive and'very peculiar pbeti'ul composition, which Is Attributed 10 the: pen of the late Sai&tnr Doilirliis:. : ;j--".'.

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

'...[; _._".'] ."| . /-Pur ;'the\Argni' ' The "frourthV in Fiankfbrt. A Errand celebration of the Anniversary of jour National [Independence took placb in a'girove near' Frankfort on the 4gb of July. | 1 1 The usual quietness oft bur village soonlgavy way itoithe noise and bustle of the arrivingfjrOwds. j.By 11 o'clock some 2 or 8,000 people were assembled. The meeting was organized by calling Roy. J. P; Caldwell to [the chair, 4nd was opened with prayer by^Rev. Purdy. The'. J Declaration ofj Americjnn Independence was read by;S. Bigger, Esq.! Excellent and appropriate addresses were delivered by Rev's. Mc-Ehvbe, O;. 0. ML'Lean, J.F. Magill, Messrs. j. M'Cutchedii, Caldwell and Burns. Prof. jBvers and class favored the audience- by singing some starry National riirs, to the evident gratification of all'present, i The; Military ^companies present wjcre as fpltowjs, viz: [ Clinton troop, Capt. B. Butler] Clinton Home Guard, Capt. Mod[dy; ¦ Fairvifcwj ( Va.) payalry, Capt, J. B...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

A Canadian *ap©r on RuaseU' s The Montrea^JTeroa, bfiune 13th after quotingM* Wl H. Buasell' s 5ac-Coohtof tbede^u^of tfce Sontb Carolians for a' kimft *and their hatred of the¦jywulij.jMgfKf!; v:. ¦ .'-i J ; | ;"! :• "We daresay |^t this Js a fiiithfdl report of con^WsatiOnS: which the writer, hwjialcafQpjurt in^butjit was hardly wcjrth wifflc to. write columns of such rub^i8lit^^fy;S»Qau8q it was talked.- Tha^ | q|'SonthjBner8 would be very; gJ(W' tegw?e.'^i|Ben; Victoria or Xin^^eebiewft few their sovereign we all Infotp^n^^ugh, ijpthat is the impo | ti^*»RrM|the iionarchy secured ffieitf nflfe ppw«r of extracting labor|from thw feUow creatures by [force, [insteadffrjay^ieat; owing men whom they. Mptiae'to the same God as tjhJB^J?^; a^j of selling their own whifeyg|rown daughter to bo outiagod and.|*god^ as they had previously onto** <^J flogged their mothers. [But| shra ofjibis cbmpact,-they have np.mbijefpve/pr monarchy .than for republigJ|«m^ and least oij all for...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

TERSIS—Osc Doila* • and Fini Ctm prt «»nam, in ad'AHCs; otherwise Two Doi^ iabs will be charged. No pap«r discontinued, antiliall arrcaiagia are settled, except at We 9ptio|i of the Edit sr. . Ad|r»HiBemrtts inserted at the rate of 60 ota. jjfer-gquare, oi thirteen linei for one inaer 'Uon-l-eaeh subsequent insertion 25 eents: A liberal <Ji«eonnt trade to yearly adTertiseri. jaf-Letters abtl cpmmuhicatione,. bjmnil, toalj hnre rroniri attectinn. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

Bury Me in the Morning. ! J BT STEPHEN Al-DOCOtAS. \ i . Ijary me in tlie morning, mother— . • - i Oh, let meliaT* the light Of ono bright day oh my grare, mother. • ! Ere youileare me alone with, tho night; 1 Alone in the night of-the grate, mother, ¦! "TU>*thought of terrible fear-^ • I ¦ * An4.Jouwill >• here!alone,iaolBer," -j-jj' Ar..lV,tw »ai be shining here.) ;' go bury mt ii the' morning, mother, > A11J let me hare the light Of one btight day on-my grate, mother, ,j Em I'm alcne with! the night. i"r j You tell of'tneSaYionr'jloTe, mother; » I [ I feel it is on my heart—! j Bat oh! from this beautiful world, mother, ¦\ I: 'Tis hard for the young to part;; i. \ Forever to p.irt;.'wheh here, mother, ; j The soul it fain to! stay; 1 I I For the^graTB is deep and.,dark, mother 1 I A»d beuven s%e«!a far away. I;- \ Then bury me in the morning, mother; •;. And let m< hate the light .T : £[Of ope bright day on my grate, mother, v Ere I'm alone with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

f I If ATIOUTAL iARMORY. j I ! In'pursuanceof,a notice contained ; in'thje Star-m:d Argus, a meetihg of; thc.eitizcns 0' Beaver. iconnty\ in fa-j vor of ostabl shingi an armory] con- i veled at the Court House, on jTnesda|y the 25th day of June, 1861. and') organized by appointing" Hon. | John ! AwsoiiJ President, hand. Hon. I). L. j ln^hire.'iCapt. l)an Sjone. .lames Ken- j nepv. A. Robertson and Benjamin \ , Wfllde. Yice Presidents, M. YTeyand aiili Charles Carter j Secretaries. ¦ fsThe obje'et of the; meeting was stated by_the P:-esi(lent.' and on motion oflfB.'Bi Chamberlain a committee-of five was appointed by the chair to rcfiort at an kdjourned meeting to be nljd'on: ..Friday, June 2?th, and the clljtir appointed, the following, viz : 1 BlS'B.. Cliamberlin.; James Patterson, 1 Benjamin \yilde, ; William ITenry, E^|s... and lion. Daniel Agnew. fKriday Juiie 28tli, the-meeting conr?ped when the committee made: the " it§pj>wihg report : , J$Vhereas., It is generally...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

LETTER from! CAMP WRIGHT ' Camp Wbight, July 5th, *6lL \ :!:; EDITbE !AeqUb4. . ! J' : ' ; L Having h little spare time, and thinking a' few lines from our quarters may be 'interesting {to soine Of your Readers, induces :me to write. This is a delightful morninglr—a fresh breeze blowing gently, jjagreeably serves-^to lessen the !opprei«ive! heat of old 'Sol,' whoiis shedding his warm irays froih a cloudless sky, causing nature to assume, a garb of- happiness arid contentment.! iyi tho members o^ our company—- the Darlington and 2JTew Galilee Rifles | —with one or ty<> exceptions, are irt tolerably good health; arid so long as |his is the; case We w)ll be able to take larciof ourselves. All: appear to bo wcll'contented w^th^heir sitnation^ind should any of usj become Wearied witli jiamp life,: we i will stpon become invigorated when we:!look ,back and tjiink if the kindnessjand many favorsreeiyed from thte citizens, of Darling-011, iNew GaHlee' and vicinity toward...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

A Desolated Region: |! The Wheeling .(-Virginia) Intelligencer [li-aw'b this; picture of the effect of J«^fl'. Davis's occupation. Of Virginia' '•l . ¦! ; I • •. 4 ' " soil:... jj , j j .; ' •;}'. ¦'. I ; If any one! wants to see what secession rwil[ do jfor a -Western Vir|ginia community,let him go to Phillippl and the adjacent -country, and see what, it las done for that section. It haS paralyzed all;that.region. It hisiiiviti id the arms j of the Gove rn ment ami $be desolating tramp-ofTsujtteryr It has stopped the plow in the furrow, the, hoe arourid !the corn-hills,'and'all the bngi: details cf agriculture. It has driven anj affrighted peojle from thcir.hoihes, for {fear of their.lives-,and their houses iaro tenanted br-ttoops sci:t.:nni(|ng. them to put down t ie rebellion. I.Thej-tt)wri of Phillipni is al most a, •sVasteJ Every- little iidustry about the place has stopped, a vl ninetenths'of thejpeonle have gone! 10.oiie knbws wherei :Many,' if riot liiDSt of the inna...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

, . _ A ¦ ¦ ¦¦ t 1-; ¦!' ¦¦- -! , -1 ¦ ] The LittJO Drummer Boy;. 1 . * ¦.* 1 1 . - - ] t Last Mondays two weeks, a young spirit went jup to Heaven aniid the bustle iof a military camp at Washington, leaying! behind many to nvourn and tenderly jrcmeinber. iCIaranee McKerizie, a little drummer bjoy but eleven yqarsi old,atlaclied to the Thirteeth (Brooklyn) regiment, T^as on that day! accidentally, killed :>y a gun inj the j bands; of a soldier' of ;hp regiirient;'f j j . J ¦'!¦¦;;' I '' Clarence had before his departure for Wksl irigton with ithe Thirteenth, attached himself to many perspns because of his pure and innocmt character, !and was jknttwnfin Brcpltlyn as a; [faithful Sunday School sjhplar;— During his j stay in Washington he won the affection of his cpminanders, arid by his simple faltli and Correct deportment was exerting an infl iience for good am<jng them. When i he! lleft Brooklyn, ho -tiras presented by jthe Sunday i School in which he! was a sc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

1' A. A DiaffTisted Bully. Ari English gentleman who hasj just !returned frem the!South relates that' he was ^dbtioiined at ,Richmond, arid thought it expedient! to apply ifpr a passport, tbiget. beyond the bounds, over which theTebelsblttifH soverpignty. !; Of course he riiade; his applipation to the peradn whp bears thel title of Mrj DaVis?-Secretary of' Stiitc-jr none other than! ex-Ui S. ^enator Robert; Toombs. - ' !:;:¦!,{-1. ;.'t V |' ' PoorJ Todmbs ! whdlis a mere puppet in ;h|s riiasteVs hands, ^nd wh o evidently'dares ndt sign even^he most trifling, document without Dayis's permissidn,1 made reply: "I dbri't care, ."fthiethor. yop go! to Heaven orf to hdl-r-I can not give you a! pass; go to those! military men!" \ ¦ ; . | 'Iji',- _'.'"';'ii"f ! ¦;.:!¦ j. Poor Toombs! He was: among the, foremost of the traitors in Copgreiss, It was his pari tj> do ,the bullyirig there, and he did it Jad iwelljthat he establishcd a ;kind of claim ori Dayis.-1-.But the rehels have...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

Bronlow on the) Seoeaalbn In -v-.,,,.iL-...4,;...:...,.;TenneiBe». ¦,[ • j-'.- TheKnoxyill^ "Whigi>f JuneI8ljh, which has' just J reached ns,. contaibfl the Editor's 'view |of-th§"| vote ,of the 8th, by which th^tateliBecedelij, and its, declared future Jidticy-. After characterizing the election jttjmiddle and! west Tennessee as a jorfect far^e, he.says:-. H'y . ¦ • • I: j',:".: ; 1 .. , !| ' We have made, M both parties iwjll bear /w.'wibies)*, the! best flght^aye, tbe most despeWite! fight %e cOuldjifii favor of the liTnioiii arid of the cdnstitutional means to perpetuat^) it inviolate. Wo have! done this becarise we want no better Government, ^ no betterponftittition, no ihigher political destinyij no more honorable ciVil position, no greaterJiberty, ipd, no more privileges than are guaranteed, (by the fundamental law!,) an^ which all sectionsi-have heretofore! ijnjojfed iri all r their, richest pleniitudelj It| is /oily, for us to fight longer, and therefore we sha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

Virginia Courage at a Discount. The Charleston Mercury is[ disgusted,with the retiring disposition shown i by. the Virginians, in' the presence of.] the enemyi; It; exclaims after this mariner: •.-..' !;....' ¦ '•=:. T"'l! ' .-, ¦[ j The repotted!retreat dftwo cdmpa-1 nics of Virginia cavalryjj! before ;"the advance of a single company of [United States trooperSjWithdut even crossing swords with theih: lis' almost iricredible newp- We^do'ndt know what to make of it; -jls. the thing possible ? It is said, in [extenuation: of tnis apparently; dastardly : conduct, that! one company of the[; Virginia cavalry were withoutv!;pistols.';: But what!a vairi and empty excuse' What is the use of pistols in. a?' sabre fight? The sabre, not the! pistol,, is[ the weapon for a charge ofiCavalry upon cavalry, . Still fiir'ther,' it] is stated that the other compariy. of Virgiiiians [had*.pistols:-— Thej' were two to |i one against the United States,troOpsJand backed, besides, by a company [of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

j WhatisUheCkimprbmiBed! The following itetn of Washington city news! was published a few; days since:';.;. .^ .i'.:: ! [j- - .a'a;/ ¦" '. j':' "Mr.- Vallandighftin, whqljrepresents [the Third District: !pf Qhip in Corigressj! and whoj it has been reported, w in the confidence of the bogus Confederacy Cabinet,1 has declared in Washington thai he knowsiJeff. Dayis id willing to make a| tompromise, 'arid remain in the UnioJ|-" .''.,'.' ' • j Mr.- Vallandighara, a secessionist himself, isi of coarisei supposed to know what are the views [and wishes of the,; arch-traitor noV at-the head of the rebellious army against his Country. | It is not surprjisin^ if after all Davis and his affiliated: traitors should desire a compromise; with the Goverhriient [whose authority they have defied;'but the administration, if it performs its whole duty, • -.wilt hang him and his [Confederate tr^Stors on the most cdii-!venient .tree. I This suggestion about compromising [ now,;, is, wc think,? t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

•- . . .. . . -! 1 ¦./.,:.. . | "-.--JOHN LETCHER. | Poor John Letcher I BJw^ppsitiioii 1r_ iri Vii-ginia is a most humiliating ojjiet But three months ago \14'- was ihe Governor bf a Commonwealth cam; prisilsg within its limiw ^f|.blbme|ite Of ftri empire. His pOsitsdn was* "I prpud One, for among th^Stat es |bw Governbrs held as proud a positiorijUs theruler dfthe Old Dpittihiori. pc professed to'feel a devp|jpn ltd.-Wab ' Union, and attested it ih,^yng letiffer3; to. Philadelghia barrister*!! Hid¦hfiS cord was ortb; which made hljni reepwet ; edin the South; he wasj'^ pdptflar mWin his State arid respected'.v |s a • .good Governor; his cpnsef|vtttiye^6; claratioiis made him. honpr^d-jinijthb Kjorth. His future al°a jiubjib iftai was brilliant". V A little firlffleSs^ wjftttd have saved ibis State of Virgirii| i6 ! the-Uriionj and he could h^ve hbjied rfbr high honors in the Stftt4| - .^ ;: 3 .1 '1 f-But the tide of Secession went s^ellf ' C ing against the Blue tEidg#ahd Jf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

Beaver .A-rsruLs .f—-—^-'-'^i??!—."'¦ j— + -?- — £ rDavenp^rfj Editor & Pu bttsher /d^:^17^EIE^,,Ei£I-' ¦ ¦ WEDSE^pA"?,! 'JT OT 17U, 1861 ¦I' I- '[;' ' . m 'i '.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

THE BATTLE at CAHTHAGE,' jj-s'-.vf.j.:t-i- .* -''tKtjjjjjiLyjim'fc'rsS[fS^!ES!S>'i''?'' !' ¦ ¦;:; .: ,i ¦¦ -. I -. .i 1 ¦:¦ ''' ": "¦ -" :L. i . i.. - ,- I I ,'. • .. i . -.-: JNbpitoBt|rtpoi^^ clearf a»d c<&ne*ted)^eppEt In jt|p Republican, | w ft quotbg&B fpllo^ngi! showing the c< lisiipmaM ;«WUfei|ri^S [which Col. Siegei maaOBdVerett a'c|d made up for -h s deficiency in nuinbbrs and caval-T^::L'.V-".'|'' m.kr!M ¦'! '¦¦)¦ At this juncture about fifteen hundred of the enemy's cavalry started hick, with the intention of cutting Off SeigeTs transportation train, seeing wfiitih movement a retreat] was ordered; and "word, sent immediately fbir wagons to advance aSifrapidly as_ possible. By keeping upi [the ;fire 'with, the infantry and bringing the artillery in range"whenever practicable, Col. Spigel managed to] retard the progress; of Jackson's cavalry; arid eventually to fall back.alraosturio|itructed. to the baggages train, which I jvpas so...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

Battle it; Rich | Mountain, Va/ 10,490 MiJ^'-^p-spiridWflTii it'! Onward 3mrckpof^enera\ McCtlellty! ! Below fare gijfo- tj|b OfSeijil acco^Bfr; account of the |uccjass of ^eneratJttCil Clellaii, which I; gives the fall particn- ] lars of the brilliant affair at^ichj Mountain. Western VfrgiBM^JSP^H cleared [bf rebels: '_ / /':* *~^Ki:E f " WASi^^roK'jip'rrV, Ju^^a^-teie J following dispatch ftonu,^^2^M3I^g Ian wM received; ^d ^^i! | l:--.the 'Wrfn-y, headquarters : -j! -!: ¦¦' - -. - h. r.- ':>' t- ¦ ¦ ¦ ^ ! Beverly, Ju^|l!2,[1861.-fCol.7E!;jDV Towrisend 'i T|io succpss of to dayl is all that:I.could desire. y>'e captulcd } six brassCaiihdhSj!of whiChpno^is rif&d, j all the enbniy's camp[ equipage a;rid;l transportation.even to his[pup9. i !^he i number of !^nts will probably .reach'! two huhdrSl,. and morejithaa- 'sialyl wagons. Tlielri^il^dapd wounded ] will amount! to[f'ilIybne hundred tfrid'!j fifjty, with one, hundrbd,j]jrisoncrs fijnd more Coming in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

4 Beaver Female Serninary. ; Ihilpursuarice of. insi,frictions, the cdii;iriitleb.appointed by the [Pittsburg Conference submit the ; fpllpwingj ?e-" ^o>Uf4 .4- :-^ ; - " [¦•!¦; .'-,4'''. s j ft affordsius pleasure [to! say that all; ^e i^ itriesspd injonf;visit tp!|his;iristi-;; tuiiori,at;ita latb Conin-|;n:ce[ment, bvi^' deiibbaj.a[ high degree, o^exc^llencd in lilf'ite"departments; Jp^11 ^1'''*\ PP*'.'' nptibnrjnnyiJfigp/to ^ Myrcs^nt sit] it^ e'p$ininatibnJ pf:all wo% ps[sbss, yet ffoj^. = ^^**a'^@^^^^^^ 1? j[*v-^,l ^.^>ii'vl^L^?=i'*>_- ^ie|ij^ncv_i^^^i^^tl at|l^e|^i!^' iriiira^st^st^eTKJ^^to;; b&J|gf> bh :ir-' ¦aWef'claiiviedipr it ^ by its^^merdus ^e»ds,.an4>.patrortS;7;-.__ ]£f}\f'\ i;; r?^j3Bbb PxamiriationsbtgKrrati; tiie|54th a%d closbd on! the 27th bf;June, and •Wer'ecohdueted with thejt tllidrdhghness!! and candoj peculiar ti) ii firsf-'classTit-,;. cijary institution: 'Ariion:g;',tjie ¦many-* Otlher;fact's mndepatent[lo ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

Repub^rifpounty Conyentlon I . At jtfmcpting of the RepubUeail¦'•¦! J Centrja Committee, held at the Court -I Hpu«>,eiu Bleaver,;6n [the'-'SSt.h of Jun^ I ' ultjthemai;tef of the resignation of i' M^i. Quay, as Protbd'notafy* havinJ I:" b«n brought before the .Cpmmitteol ?U ' i*e fol,Idwirig call was ordered to li: ! ' fssned: Tie Republican voters! of ^ Beaver Co.ii lty, arc-requcste'd to nu-J'-I at their sev|fal places pf holding elec^ t tipns, on S-WTTri-nAT, the l"th day of I August, (in [the township meptings at ¦ I 4 P.M,; and closing the polls at 7 p[ | ; M.i and in; tho .boroughs betweeri 7' |; and 9 p'cloek P. M.,) arid choose dole!"" gates ^tb a County Convention, to bi" -: held,at jtho Court' House, iriBqaverL' ' op-MbxiftAv: AiigusdiOth, at 11-o'clock: A. M.. for:the purpose of nominatiiiTa (Candidate;; for I/rPthonoiai-y. ". Tha townships and bofoijghs nriU -be'erit't ' tied to the same nnmber-of delegatek they »evcrally had in tho May Coi£ ventiori, as.j'o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 17 July 1861

Republican Con My Tickcl ,! : ¦;&'¦ : -~ T .-/¦¦i- ! %f$sideht Judg*A ^ . ^ . BANjEL A<|SEW Boro|gb. [ ~~~ -t-^ [ A&o'ciale JjudgeA ^ joh'n ! scrlri*, Hop:e4n tPj i ' ¦ . AteKW Wmt Nejr.llrigLtpB, l ; ¦ ¦:'¦'¦'¦¦ L ¦¦mssembH \ ¦! -. '. WM- HES^-Fah'sW '¦' .{¦; 4 -' \J)i^rkt\\Atdrneyi -. ' ' 4'DH>.JB. ijpUNG,:Ro|liesl«r,! ; - 'h' - -' ¦¦j^treasttref.:" \ "; t|"'C. feRA^iSHAW, FllUtoD,! ., bommissidmr. r-JJAN1EL BliSHOKT, Jloion,4 i C^nly Auditor ^ Sm. STEWART,! Moon. ..¦•:. 4 ' Pbior^Hbuse foirector. HENRY GOEHRlN'Gr, New So'wiekl | . Al^^^^^^W^^f' KtY. I) H, MeLEAN, ^aver.-" T JOSEPH H-HV1LSON, BeavefJ '1 •'•¦ 4;' " *¦ •'<¦ ; ¦¦ " !l —^ :—

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