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M'Kean Miner (Newspaper) - July 28, 1866, Smethport, Pennsylvania pr 3 r each j. 5 5 09 1 IS over 6 Yearly 00 two DO 1 I K 20 yearly 35 00 onb 60 po 2 So 4 i 00 x Dispenser W 1 74 per or 26 of 25 or 1 so or SO i ft proportionate nt all Office iu tLc 1'iV- In your esteemed F. paid lo r alt to Teat port. nil calls In His i neat borough and the ol E. E C: t E C T I C P 11 Y SI C i A in Ii to all iii bis 43-t yr. t- dated 03tB this i ez to the workin of thp and the 61 uv Amer the a still holds the Post a tinye solicited to interfered materially wito tbe 1 bed in I .to me c-t is tne religious ed my They cum in the different anc here The ft i I- keepers wasted k On week days They to shut cz the give em time to sweep out s o the but they'd be be if they io bev trie away frora their oti succeeded cm nnd ht wunst ibe leading Their testimony is ez Bennett K. 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The the wul nnd easily His boy Joe wuz a He'd get up mom in 4 a. 91. means in the nnd work every day fill after Ez soon tye was iKe I one and ae that he'd concluded be I undertook to Corners nv a wood in the 1 to get some nigger bui could One ger who spends tbe time Ibe Corners was opposed to the Screw It stopped on bitty sad a formerly belonged to nnd stili resides k now absent os a delegate to a religions convention at the no great bein ez the Elder n widower and the er uv her and boio a free sHe lie inake ibe Elder marry He 4'A it- But sjch is irrelevant and I didn't consider your with insisted on the removal of the a4 the corner wua Uie Burow the of wuz iba moral uy ibe It made Hed Bdm uv em for and noons he'd erH willl a spelling book R bleeve in read bul a cousin who but ez soon ez be cooJ read tie off to betum a Abl nist be wuz tilled in the him right to know what he wood do when Itie all tied ia near the K. at on nad been made by Ine xad 6o apart as to render all hopes of iii an alteck lile of whom still ed the i I there alone my wife i t. tt 1' 4 followed op kbe oral of being then yonng and a clearing had succeeded in In tee which h J w corn and which promised an Oce had and just prepared to ture forth upon my accustomed routine o my attention was arrested by ota cow Bell in corn said my cow is in ilie i But the ear of tbe backwoodsman be- by very especially from the fact tbat his safety depends AL mi Jf IL i apon ihe nice of lhat sense we'd eS the selected wHen cood find frl ind wuz in favor of a in is at hud to a sweet oki wuen man ent ft nigger lip fore a f Pelter ef yoar df fee fHat in make short worb whipped a band more thna fee ought agd be died of the i It Digger it to his infamous trie for rations all He asked cf ibis wuz or wuz not n free into wict wuz the master nt tie He bis t conceived it to-be to I aOt oek yoor other Commissioners bev nipt testimony on this bot. in this there be no Can't be toye the wieh free won't to any in extent bis monster is The testimony and them ez I. hev mined are representative rf Yon may bey singler they nil bore mony to the qy a in at the I all S atd and io I W W rWy lie foft nnd is how draggin oat a ence in oW tbo nv nad tty to fie concluded it ns bis tia to Che and held She considered tbe a It between master servant git along better the was the did leep em the Ba n for four a kin tools ct s me up the forat to pay eni back pet bet on ibis mi change necessary in the work of and ez is the removal of in fl that is I I hev by my friends to accept tbe ttf isf ye fl e that federate arroy may be nfl but to thai I voted for TSf SBC ft pardon at tbe time yow Seird me 1'.... 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Determined to do the was some two hours after yet I had neither beard nor seen sign of the Indians when suddenly I was by Laying of dog at the The stable stood a little to the west of the Between ivio Was a patch of clear upon which the light of the moon fell ing notse at the they would advance from I post ed myself the porthole on that side of the I hod placed my wife on the in the so case cross our enemies effected an entrance into onr she might ont jibe of tSe aid 11 -J ii ground towards my six wart armed to tbe teeth and urged of and t al oppose with one charge of a .Ci and were already within a few steps of tbe when slight change in credit any senses showed me sixth Uie one until I tbe I no trace tint of tbe tbat had wa Jed to utal be mortally and in Older to bis body into ihe hayi Bad groped bis way to the river and thrown himself in the which nad borne him The had my And was yek m my gratitude for Jny escape K i from toe merciless I bave J fr reater was six m of a second but proved my last with ens of to tbo and to revenge Uie death of bis the old while tho tears gushed bis eyes at the of that eventful was a the best ever The lady who penned following needs no that she b era r yei not one in a knows bow to extract bliss from lovely no more umn they know bow to make from not at for for new n S. know whom you are up like a trout for a and smack a woman 1 on the the or on the corner of or on the end of her or knock off her or jerS Bet to be a talten fie R clean a d full of instead of Don't kisa little Dont ait down to stand Need dot be about getting io a are to corner and eatch a more be very apt to spoil tbe it Bart any after you are used to it. feft lady iii your let your bat ro place oat of the the eft hand gently the shoulder of the and let the hand fall down the side Coward the Dont be in a drop her lovingly to your her will fall lightly upon your So ilc the to rested oa la a sun day Had arid thus they met i og of twi breeze enjoying toe i M Ki up from toe garden and interchanging and warm tba m with one a enc waist of we at little Hand lay iii ana aH passed the beu 1 Should at The itie belt was lovers aa wall as seated ferat rows were again and s M after many t thai were boood to each other by more The tiot and after sitting so and Ml ight air Having resinous found firA ie attem and a handsome strap t Don't be in a send a life down your left and know ta Her left hand is in your let there be on to tot like tbe grip of a gentle of- and re- Dont be in n hurry lies on yonir are ik Stand lower chimney and effect her to down into I mined not to be and to sell sny life t With breathless anxiety I waited ai tbe port At icr half-closed yet press her to your firta and give you si for the Be bat don't be in a ere operiT with not the Take good the lips iT a before tlie world shoots from your feet as a the sty be the lie ait erected altar of as and the drt W is no flittering like book imputed lite 4oogk4 Aa tne sWoSe away I and flavor ed fib pants as easily aa and II r late couple took very looking very like odr when they that they were bo mam as were the deati rolled np about ax f .i jofie was too ood to J. j little it to come to exculpate thd A writing from Hl was standing in front of my hotel one and saw a or elates and toward tbo when a i dressed man who turned and said f said it for a while yet J bait for long that little pointed to a boy about nine oU J black ad if he K or was till the lives at t hire bis he's aa m boj a past for i f. told bim things yoo what ft he establish w Jar tiie
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