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McKean Citizen (Newspaper) - November 28, 1857, Smethport, Pennsylvania VOL 4 JOHN C BACKUS and Councilor it law pi Co Hill a end to ail in Ina vanin in t c c es of ter 0 K Brothers DR L R Physician and burgeon Pa 04 er si on- A n tli pit tf m t ol Amputating mil S AIT M D ami ih M K Juh 14 HOUSE D II the A ne and fm THE PUBLISHED SATURDAY P worth m fl 25 per all in ce j F Rates 12 90 Lev owner of 1 PUP of 13 line IT lew 3 1 with fw i tub lie t world What Quaker's precious the same I era and m PORT CO PA 28 1857 s good name did liim more I you can von is good tha 1 a barrel full of golden eng o could ha e done It proved him to be a good character which than all tho gold and i precious stones in the do you think of tho Honest gift my a I hope you deserve gift from your friends But mark A ip good in the of a good actor HOUSE K T n f tri j ri IV Nut this is t jut mo cat If your heart is wicket want a g name yon must ask to y a youth his Saul to him OIKS not be Hence If iu a good heart S 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I roads b to to but it was an ad- Often upon on pulpit viry often thought Sunday in the pows In cor- ii is a bond two con was of the in it o You arc company in- Jile but But in tit mass of III HIM 4 11 I i M I the I f nn till now j what pi i i- it bV wor 1.1 l-e it shall be worl in tlie JM 1 iho I io 1 i i ir I i zen II B 1 Pi iliin dollars t- bare of sucai a cost can il HOUSE a bc-c in bra before 1 Miller Waires to and I j iwre and y JUST rr nnd fur at Mm V bUnk Nov YORK Fa hir b list mno mo of ago Un that day the Quaker to received it Hii rf Levi thy time is out ibut I will take theo and prose today Levi breathed freely on hearing the Dressing himself his be Tin he soon b see nothing that looked like mill kM cVan over a thousand dollars I m ihc ild thc w Pans kcr 1 HA OK Milk a si.rtment i Ac At they reached M I Si s A uf imil and of ED ARE now the literature Qu turn tit him ind i I will give thy present to th As Lev PAINTS White i Yellow Red USJ Black Amber C IJI Hale at orf the very tiptoe of r Well said Quaker 1 father SOM is tho best bn I havo over t i lie added is thV frt nil if dulom Janaff tail Jww H by ft All t perhaps ho becrfuse his gulden thus tfo f But sensible fat htr and to the wl a little if I would rather you and the drops do not fail corned dry Save all waste it soon bo en o thd Tho English hi American of peace between the The time i were tho ill robbers and pirates of families Tho of tu a foolish j h 11 r -j to til ui of such a ir t through arc good enough to train in our and tlw ir felt i tut ion and accepted the hron means not his America is tho social It that wo want i- Fanning is hated by rtr people it is not tho road to speed wealth an I so men to trade are such m uto ia Am wol of money is a step ward bu A large I do not speak of those nit n Who have condensed vp years the forty lie now alve in ruin Do not turn vants it only puts of Bridget's nl The country if full ol everybody poor hardest time that Boston That Was the darkest da merchant resolved to kidni and send bim buck The development of the ill tics depend upon success Tho we lean his so disastrous to an advantage to tiie race stumble but they fall Jon i and is not sai when j it citizen What's in a Name? i1 in this als Mankind BENJAMIN sou of tho land that is of good fortune Thus we have passed nearly through single book and found much to ih terest and instruct us but Int it not be supposed wo have noticed alt tint is interesting in It is but as a drop to a plentiful shower or as a single my of light to the effulgence of the sun J T yt worris N r 1857 a d hote one of the company was ing a very rare gold coin passed around tho table on a plate and gave to many suppositions as to its age country value The conversation then gradually branched off to other subjects until the coin was forgotten read a portion Testament in the original become much pleased will of many of the pr er names which as they si for it to the siii alft it was not tn be found f the Qld A gentleman sitting at the foot of the ahd table was observed to be in much the and his seemed to with the continuance of the lid in j two search TJie company were about to bible convey propose a very disagreeable measure jelly the it is attended with of oar people non- in is idle the renty yii him Uio last fifteen But of spend liters in idleness and their their w carrying one end 1 thin of civil iz prevails est On debt by cy ia as indispensable to rts the of in going from pond to pond a with a worm at nd a fool at the other we arc the lit economical id nations The spirit n our trade is not very system of credit encourages in off the ing 1 idea it would prove both amus to many if not readers were I Rome of these with their ings entering dii thc I would say that in id beauty of those greatly enhanced by a jf We will commeiico with ling and rom great ind then a 1 the the first pci ve discover is that progenitor hence man being take ground How thou art and unto dust i turn Then EVE life th mo the initiate ting the itame many of the later J him to havi been not of the cts but the and conjecture confi a town which th and wwe in their at when suddenly a waiter entered the tO agriculture it is the but we use for I not mom y This is of tho j king not thc s tho present sis Doi iir on a false O T the systoo of Ion ff ere Jit j dishonest and ivag in living y to sf f rt 4 idl the money are for jood nanro is rather bo thali Teat Lavi's father waa right tbo Qui sis tells u Wo over not the h We mend our f i ce behind zcs them with a money has ho intrinsic Corn and gold ato in pr and bapt ue Paji money in I fcr i H Foreign j oo Is are paid at rates bm to make the power of t ty in h HAM the tat her of a in all in In- room saying Here is the coin the tlie cook has it in one of his and all of write qut finger glasses The relief to all was and r spoke for the first time a4 i bulm r airs as a ette in con bean year the of i circle T ie ft and are i M fovorite ns An prevention in disease many pounds of for when well seated it mocks and f like sex be ind of health precious be saved but BOW the of a is tho from the Scientific If followed might save i it on at mer nothing better to tltp skin th ia a shirts loose far it I on thus causing a which draws the with con- from an early inter and MOV in be worn next lose red room and keeps it there the no one can none you can rejoice more than at tho recovery of to the rid wben ake for flannel frails up maU er and stiff heavy woo merely sorbi ure th whili woolen flanne conveys i the s and it on the of tt e from the ordinary the coin for picture to yourself my painful situation by a singular tho I have a duplicate of the same jd coin in my hero shoeing it to the the idea that on tho tho personal search which would be n imc posed J would taken for the loiner of the cbin the fact that lama stranger here with no one to from t ie vouch for my integrity bad driven me distracted The honesty if i the cook and lucky accident has cotton shirt absorbs i t and by cr cs to tike ai r it U soon without injury to tl o the properties red flannel by the sailors even in the holiest w thinner material in of Health ili er saved my or Bo LINO TO longing to that parti ular class of the ie absence of shed who tn t or small N i- congratulations of the company so in tlu i jy of ys of their unjust to shore journeys on of omnibuses were travelling up Damp street a p ace On orie of tae B when by opening eating the custom of of th s door one of tl em was knocked ccs on Sunday says that the first heels in o the mud Hfu vice is ream the seconI milk himself ap tho third milk and water and the a moment he bad regained i is companion nil io a a no flight called as from her mistress root comes lerin by the the flight of pi Mecca to Medina W Ii de iff f the fllim Anally by old glace hi has a family ahd goes to tho Sunday to these doore on school in the morning at nine o'clock church at teu o'clock to tust church again in the aft noon and make again ii evening bath It ho could three sermons a day profitably he must be an t at hearing As many wjt to their vent fixed on the of July J and which they coina lunar years days cac i whom TOD literally has the D tion the son of in the whole ISAAC sportin appropriate that their don should bo one before of the ridicule with which with gold have tried f Jed tHo promise of tho of hifi their are and return K fter tired at so that the Sunday ino should be home duties not see wi t accidents they to in hopes in tho 1 be more o ride any how their children Whil at a touch and a they go away j tage up in the have re- HEAT MEN is always lit sits on the iw goes to sic lie iho and in the Bible devoted to in sleeping but to yo ir tormented i he liM to learn somet bis ranee Is of the insanity of conce real skill himse 1 b of wild and catechising etc would thinks one service a day at his It is to to find hiu weat The wound c kill remind quite that would off from bim Itke a skin and considered loo radical This they Io lie which is house of GOD Auks tho c of the disaster It I is the bn ve soldier that gets wounded and though some one has Ie as ron the six dred wh have fallen and When H must in it is the groun ii not o starve Sj this ho potato rots it tells 01 that t be trusted for a nation's the of crying from d and the tuition that heods i we have s wealth A is ghost product of never in a better condition to Give to charity what you given to Pay ity on the southern bor It r of ino phrase ii j it a Sabbath is roully a day of servile bondage jf for there the LORI ladda j There is much good sense in bis ro- vow to co urning his marks and arc worth thc serious eed It is also the name jf an consideration of all Christians Some he limits of mi Dan Longfellow's in has About the th of j morning service for adults and he present century n afternoon the Sunday a German travel er wise wan I doul t that wwi add hei house of leaven tho whole mass oU ee his place and found u Us and a valley tho same mme ESAU JACOB a vait ti I y upon discovery act of his brother blessing he eccli lot he rightly named me these two i way my birth right nn I In hold ie hath taken away my bl im warrior or of tending to so many duties and on i religious societies hold but one service on tho Sabbath Rev Mr er visited lio inning the or ho Gob Inquirer is a way of Ing good in tho world on a small scale that is scarcely appreciated A man who educates one child faithfully may effect a work of greater benevolence than ono who has won i the name of philanthropist The love concentrated in a family may produce richer fruits that which embraces world action is more intense nod ble but its results may go and As mo 1 of success to be little t has got The wise f on the side of lie Has long as alt that it od a soon success iut as soon words of i re spoken t fechas bno that lies unprotected be- liis An active advantage can 10 feet fij it second for 10 in tho day or lbe onfc foot raise hours ia a s t i once I Ii deeds are time is the of o man is i Ine cannot a may IH acti are the t is the Mi lt
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