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   McKean Citizen (Newspaper) - November 28, 1857, Smethport, Pennsylvania                             VOL, 4. JOHN C. BACKUS Attniuey and Councilor .it law. pi M'Kf-an Co. I'a. Hill a end to ail in Ina .vanin, in t' c c ,utit es of M'Hoau I'o ter lUfliUempi 0 K tattwoll Brothers DR L R Physician and burgeon. Smrthpoit. Pa. Oflire 04 er S.ih si on- A n tli pit tf m t ol ricMiaim'- la-id Amputating .mil S. t> FHEEM AIT. M. D. Vhjfucian ami Stirpwni. I'a. Ofl'co ilixir N'.irtli ih( M K Ouuidi. Juh 14. Itto.'i HOUSE. M'tean i'a. D II. RuNvn l4taine the Coi.it Hiiuffe. A ne ciminiuainttH and fm ntslwtt h> THE M'KEAN ClflZEN, v> -------------i PUBLISHED JSVKRY SATURDAY MDKMI] feinethport, M'Kean P worth m fl 25 per all in AilTM ce j F Rates dv'rtisingr ......12 ......90 tlmt Lev owner of 1 .____12 PUP of 13 line" IT lew, 3 inserti'mm, ..1 MllfMMII IftlM'l tloll, Cfti-tli-. with fw i tub lie Muctlj udlurvdtoJ diamotid t world What Quaker's precious the same I era. and m PORT, M'KEAN CO., PA., ;28, 1857. s good name did liim more I you can. 'i'lio von is inadL NO.-1 good tha 1 a barrel full of golden eng o could ha 'e done. It proved him to be a good character, which is- >re than all tho gold, pe.trls, and i precious stones in the do you think of tho Honest gift my child? Wasitoot a I hope you deserve gift from your piu-i'iits, {each- friends. But. mark me! A ip good namb in the frnit of a good char- actor. SLOBEB HALF-WAV HOUSE, K vrii V: YVKNMS, I'ruprrehu T liiinw n a'rd brtworn .-siuirhpnrt f tri n> j ri IV. Kxou "'Nut this is llic p'nr t jut mo cat If your heart is wicket, yorir want a g KK! name, yon must ask to y Isvas a youth his futhdr Saul to him OIKS not be Hence, If j'ou iu a good heart. Gbriada S amp tt30. SMITH BROTH'S, 1. Ulock. in X Y. V and Kt-'ail in l'iv -mid-. Ibiiiiiils. Hm.tf. .mil Nlin  L  lionert Quaker Haid: I rarpenu.-rf' nnm -i i tin o be H trood boy, 1 ...i I _. I I lie V II riftiH t j t i d lIu-C, if not, I MirlM llljo Jubiiiiie or.li r. i Hi i' -l I j, .All the bargain I hill IKA i Ma'itifa if n'l k iK m" lit SH'tl'i KtijiiruijpuH'i i a i dixir of tin. In ii-li DA.NIBI. K; rn inr. U S LiNII COM I'm' i OIK-i .11 llriW'rl M'K i-i ''H ,r in tnnbir .nil ni n nl I ml- I T n larjre M? rji'.i it ti< i, n .inur o n- oii-iuid caiil-i-M1, iir I-in- inn art nin' I il nN "r ijin the bargain I ikf ihoe that tlu-o sfhall do !i In me 1 do by thee." 1 "Very ell, "I will Iry what IM, do" 1 now to to iv Uill. Jfe workel I C. D nan A i Littleton M'Uiau, C.. irt of ith rt hca ard, rwfl was Mead v, and go< Tin- Quaker Ilk djhim I wjs stttiMicd, Let-} was and U of bis psir-" itly stwsly. J iv (if age, h ta-1 i At 1. li-j A. N. (filer1 in Staple .imi Clnlfci. Rpal-. -.M I'lpOli'lldiii.' U (trncertc-.  White i......... Yellow Snani-ii Red USJ. Chro-e Oreeu. Black Amber. Tefrk SjeK. C Vcrinillion, IJI' Dr-ip- Hale Cxri ni-h.  ia Am vri'-'i Phis wol diip of money is a step ward, bu A large producct idk-i-s I do not speak of those nit n Who have condensed ipto twonty-f vp years the forty; lie trenchineiits now inatiy irlv alve in ruin. Do not turn aivak1 yonr jsi-r vants, it only puts of yourf Bridget's ;.nl Miuvljy's The country if full ol wpallt everybody fwK poor hardest time that Boston That Was the darkest da. merchant resolved to kidni and send bim buck toslavi The development of the ill tics depend upon success Tho we lean his, so disastrous to indivk 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 trade-- in this CM- 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 til-it rt'Jiat wo have noticed alt tint is interesting there- in. It is but as a drop to a plentiful shower, or as a single my of light to the effulgence of the noon-day sun. J. T. BKOWNELL. yt worris, N. r 1857. APPEARANCKS a d' hote one of the company was ing a very rare gold coin, whic 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; HAVIXO read a portion Testament in the original become much pleased will tifiition 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 origuu, ahd table was observed to be in much agi- the sig'ii- tution, and his seemed to incroabe with the continuance of the lid in j two search TJie company were about to bible, convey noinji insic propose a very disagreeable measure, jelly the tatio.i it is attended with jjrejtevils, of oar people non- in is pever idle; the monun- renty fiv-e yii him Uio last fifteen yo.irt. But noth- t'aders of spend liters in idleness' and their their w Hummcrt carrying one end 1 thin of civil iz prevails est On debt by cy ia as indispensable to trudii rts the pldugh gurtge 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 tlmt n our trade is not very JIOH-. system of credit encourages in tting off the pay-day. Mon- ing, 1 eonceixed'ilio idea it would prove both amus stric'tive to many, if not RfiiAt readers, were I Rome of these with their ings. IJuforo entering dii thc Uitlc, I would say that in id beauty of those intcrpi >e greatly enhanced by a jf thfelcontext. We will commeiico with ling Genc'sis and pi'oc rom thrs great mag.u'nc ind then a 1' the Dv-ity, the first pci ivhich' ve discover is that progenitor, Aovn, sig.iifyi hence man being take ground. How approprii thou art, and unto dust i turn Then EVE, life, th mo Kvocir, the initiate; ting. l-Votn the ctfniol itame, many of the later J him to havi' been not onl of the ai'tedilu cts, but nH-o, the and loarniilg Ofcoursut conjecture. B.vuu., confi u.ime a town which th iiiiliints wfNoAii attenip and wwe arrcstoil in their at perliaps when suddenly a waiter entered the (tO agriculture it is the lan- tommorce; but we use for I not mom; y. This is 6no of tho j fuUior.lhe king. BeerShe not thc s >le tho present cri- sis, Doi iir basiifoss on a false basfs, O T the systoo of Ion ff ere Jit, cominaroittl j dishonest and e'xtr ivag m'oo in living ".'r-..' y -ipn to sf f rt yoKigjJ0 '4' idl the money ytfu are for jood nanro is rather to1 bo cljoscn thali Teat ric-hfls." Lavi's father waa right tbo Qui sis tells u Wo over not the h We mend our f i. ce; J.tbor behind bijth, zcs them with a val- money tjtiat has ho intrinsic Corn and gold flui-to- ato in pr and bapt ue. Paji 3V money ?s porliups indispcn- snble in I irgJ bmitf fcr i H Foreign j ;oo Is are paid at pap'ur rates, bm to make the power of t ty in cont'u-jtiu tlu-ir spuo ;h. HAM, the tat her of a in all in In- room saying, "Here is the coin, the tlie cook has just-found it in one of his and all of write qut finger glasses." The relief to all was eralnijean- manifi-stj and ijpjon g o'se of their unjust to aecoinpliali shore journeys on tail-loai-ds of omnibuses, were tcrday travelling up Damp street, a tavol-ite p ace On orie of tae W-Vto B iKaiisft  1'- -iltoeruU llut 'Anally oticki, by old glace, hi has a family, ahd goes to tho Sunday to hajve these citsscd doore on school in the morning at nine o'clock, t> church at half-past teu o'clock to (.tust church again in the aft noon, and make Ihcn again, ii. tin- evening huilJJngoVtin so't' bath It ho could three sermons _, a day profitably, he must be an i-xtra- t lulansjdvs- at hearing. As many plu-t IJ-ijin metl art! wjt, rejrapj to their vent fixed on the IGth of July, J and fiiom which they coina lunar years of85t days cac i whom (TOD licnreth. JIoxv literally has' the D tion epiu-eriiing the son of ftdfiilod in the whole hLstojr Hccnoarits ISAAC, sportin How- appropriate that their don should bo one before of the ridicule with which with gold. tV'o have tried f Jed tHo promise of tho of hifi mockii their chlldrei are and return K fter tired at niglft; so that the Sunday af- ino prodlc- ternoons should be AOAulec-ii home duties, not faomni- see wi t accidents they. to passenger- I'ueo in; hopes in tho, 1 be more Mfer{ o ride, any how." thev onlyico their children Whil at a touch and a glarccj they go away j tage up in the have re- HEAT MEN is always lit sits on the iw goes to sic ?p. When-; lie iho and t'-.and loiding in the Bible devoted to in sleeping but to yo ir tormented, i efeated, he liM cliantd to learn somet factsl bis tgno ranee; Is of the insanity of conce aliontand real skill. waysj tbrowu himse 1 b ntinio of. <-onversing wild and catechising, etc. thnt would j-on-, thinks one service a day at t-hnrch his assaitsuits It is ntoro to fritcr- icsttlfatit istlveirs to find hiu' weat The wound c cutrizes, ftp'd (kill' tinuatfy remind ABIIAIIAM quite c'liotrgh, bufprobably that would off from bim Itke a tfeU skin, and considered loo radical. This at-1 they jivoiild trlumpli, Io, lie notieyoue 6Tth.it 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 blundered.'1 Ie( as ron c'mbe'f "the no'ilo six hun- dred wh have' fallen inuojp'ntly and bravely: When H must in fo'ol; it is the groun ii not dcdbrres (o starve. Sj this cri- ho potato rots, it tells 01 that t be trusted for a nation's the voiflo of Gjd crying from d and the tuition that heods i we have s miJj wealth.' A nriHionarie, is ghost product of civilizition. never in a better condition to wnj-sl Give to charity what you have! given to J'OUf Pay ;ity on the southern bor It r of Pales- ,ino, AV-heiice-the phrase ii jvj-ll j it a Sabbath is roully convertin a day of servile bondage. jf oath1, for there the LORI ladda j There is much good sense in bis ro- IIHH vow to AutuiiASi co V< urning his marks, and thi} arc worth thc serious .eed. It is also the name jf an ancjejit consideration of all Christians. Some he limits of mi Dan Longfellow's chureh, in Bi-ooklyn, has SeorShcba About the th of j morning service for adults, and fj.e he present century the! n afternoon 'the Sunday scuool 5EETEZEN, a German (travel er wise wan. I doul t affthelralo that wwi, add, Bethlc hei.; house of leaven tho whole mass oU ee his place and found seven! u 'Us callcld Jrabca, and a valley tho same mme. ESAU, ro'irah. JACOB, a ior-irt- ,vait. ti snpplaiHor.l I y upon discovery i-ous act of his brother injob n.rthor'8 blessing, he eccli lot he rightly named JACOB? fupptantcd me these two i way my birth right; nn I In hold, ie hath taken away my bl im warrior, or sojdier of tending to so many duties and meet- (on i descrilting religious societies hold but one service on tho Sabbath. Rev. Mr er visited ifimediate- ,lio troucb- inning the imed, or ho hnth sihbtbdk IB- Gob. Ckiistuin Inquirer. is a way of do- 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 tlmn that which embraces world. action is more intense nod invisi- ble, but its results may go oblroad and As tigatnst mo, 1 of success. to be little. t; has got moder- The wise inaiial-, f on the side of. lie Has paMett long as alt that it' od a certalri iutas soon. sUraiwjc'of success, iut as soon nfed words of pVaise i ,re spoken fb'r t fechas bno that lies unprotected be- fbre liis An active advantage, can 10 feet fij it second for 10 in tho day, or lbe. onfc foot raise hours ia a s xjond. t i once. "I Ii deeds are time orrow is the of 'o man is i Ine cannot a may IH acti are the t is the arehHti Mi lt   

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