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McKean Citizen (Newspaper) - January 16, 1858, Smethport, Pennsylvania PORT, M'KEA If Smetliport. M'Kean Co., Pa, 25 per In Adwn.co Rates of_Advrtisi-ng. 1 column one a P .......................1200 1 "six months..................-----50 00 y Oiie square of 12 lines or less, 3 insertions, 1 00 25 Business- Cards, with 00 These Bulcs -will be strictly adhered to. f JOHN C. BACKUS Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Smofhport M'Kean Wrll attend to all business ihhis profession, hi tlie ccnintiefl of M'Kean Potter i Elk. Office over C. K. Sartwell Urotlicrs Store. DR- WTISNER, Physician and Surgeon. Bmethport, Pa. Office? over Mews Sartwell's store. A complete set' of Tiemann's hestSurgical liand; iKcluding -Amputating and case. BURNETT HOUSE, -Siaettiport, M'Ksan Co., Pa. D. R. the Court Howe. A new large, commodious and well furnished house. HALF-WAY HOUSE, ATBAS DKSMS, Proprietor, f ius is situ- ated half-way between Smcthport and Oleanj 'If you want a good dinner thia is the place to, tt30' YOTCTO AGAI5. DV GEOEO'E CANHINO MIL An old on siM In UU chair Before open door, While the of a enmmer iou Fulls hot aeroM the floor, And the diowjr dlA of in dock IIU notcbed hottr of four; A. breeie bloin in and breeie blowi pot Prom the eommer ejifjited ali, And U now on brow And now It lifts nil j And the lid of hli i (70 dropjt down, As lie In his h The old mui rieepi lib hc.d on Ills hands relax tnelr fietle holilj And fall to bj8 lap !n rest: j The old man Bleeps, and In sleep d And in dreamt it blest, j nnroll their fearful scrpll; ts a ciill'l 1 A mnther'a tonl'A are in hl< ear, And drift hid hraln I gaudy J Var rolling plain. He ptncks wrtdTOSeslnlthe woolli And gathers j And golden Beneath his cMer't chin, And angles In the meadow's- brook With a beat and naked pin. j He loiters ,down the grassy, lane, And by tke brimming pool; And a sigh escapoi Us iiartad lip As he hears the ben for siho -And be wishes U .neyer were nine, 'clock SCar4 kinds of Mcrn And the neter full A mother's hand is on his head, Iler Ulsi is on A lummor brecie blows in at the door, With the of a leafy boiigli, And tho boy Is a white-haired man again, And bin ej are tear-fltled SMITH BRQTH1.S. Jfo I.Kxcalhior HUick, Oli-an, N. Y., V mid Retail Dralrrs in Drv (iitf.d.-. Hiits, and Ilrmiuts. limits anil pets. Oil Oliiths. and all "I co. Wholesale and Rmi C an.l Pmifion Dealers, Flour, t'uik. Salt, FiJi, i- Ooffpo. of all k'mU. Cla-o. I ,tr -ilwaLSnit Uajxl. Ouaii, w. i., f BY O. M. KUSSELL. dealer in Tinvraie. Uafdwnift gome month's Since, I Joflt the metropoli. of the glor rw. Ilnlltm- Ware, CrtUn r of al xt morning After breakfast, my acqn itotance of Ijhe preceding eve-i ning and! myself procured chairs, and proceeded to the hurricane deck, when he thus spmmenced (the promised rev- elation "Afll never dc arodeeetfut I on Be thought other- fly u remarked li ist evening, it will to trust to appearances; they wise, Ion j years ago I see yo i smile, youth ni w j tha expend in sin, that ma ces up tho misery, ful to in my earl stage ae Cess wa that history, I was I orn and State, a id that my the first in the la cated fo r a profesi early a ;0 entere arents were among d. I was not edn- on, but at a very -upon the world's ournalist. My sue- much gr r quail lies i Co.. -Pit gunner table was removed, the cftbijn Good ll -t, sale yi floor was titled A mong the revelers; D. WEBSTER, Draftsman A Conveyancer. Littleton M'Kean, On. Pa. A w vr.ope of magnifying r Micm- De She was very tot more than I was informed, but from the a Miss r a'resident of Vicksl iblv hft ceity retu sluj Jiad sent to complete her education, was an exceedingly lovely girl; i S Iwly formed, with spotless! Court House, stairs. ASTOR HOUSE, Bv J Miller, fitaaes to a.id from tliia place slop here. accommodatiws and reasonable Ctinrns. t j1 mHE Cheapest and cawest Kent clean of an: JdeSr in tbe 'woria> __ TAYllOR, I Dealer in Staple and Fancy "'7 Goods J> Cloths, Rradv-Made OInlliing, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, One E.mt of Uie Aster House. Notes. TUFT printed and for sale at tins office. BlaW J. Jjidttinent Notes, and blank notes aiviug ft exemption of property. MlIlT Paps. Milk Pans, and a good I oi Pair Strainers, at PP. MASON' and Braooth I shed mw'bU dark wavy glossy as a raven wing, ani eyes tifully bluo with that dreamy, omlcss expression which uivets thejgaz and penetrates the scnl, Isending pro the whole being a thrilljof deligm to1 acutely exquisite for indiffie to endure. As I berl form, gracefully circlingj tiiroug! mazes of the Ijinvolun enc Stoves. and most AFRESH arrival of Parlor H the paints. T JNSEED Oil, WWJe Yellow Ochre, Chrome Yellow, UhJ lirown, Red -Lead, Chrome LeW. Turkey, Atnber, de Sepm Pink Oinese VermHIion, Ultramarine, Red, Drop Sale Carmine Water vr Mut ortj.Ja of the Bradford B. E 'KeMiOo.Ta iven to the Stockholders an Annual Election will be held at the Of- in the village of Bradford, Janwry nest at B P- ITKeanL County spe evt pai tio I- ain tinted with De but recently been the school-room and being beautiful, ac complii bed, and a J heiress, Very natu rally r n is whol- toi be oora (U Ifyonr interested letoly paralyzed me t cruel, heartless replj sufficiently in a few, r, though almost inane iins De L-----, is this v Lotus dropjthe 5nough id wo returned to' th vo years have, passe Ghapter for Voung Men. in did ithis Ixejjov- ibly. i plyn-nalT" subject jr since py ing interview with Mis i Uo, as you see, is tho >r of afituac- of this brilliant wjhflst God! that I- should bonfess] i hopeless ,doomedrin- ebrjuvte! is a tn .e too true. She, whom yo i termed, an checked me in an h recr, drew me onward wit i tho silken ch rds of until I became inejctiric- tangled in the meslics of a 'net by a heartless coqucttoj and abandoned me to tho vfino cu und a the boat hero roundc i to, at Hi itches levcc, where ttho ttitrratp? in. tended stopping. The h at woiils he tittered before leaving mo j j Never trust to utjpea -anco, atrau- gck attd beware of coquettes." pale li jht never gleamed more silverj and the ge'utlo zephyrs novel- fanned a cheek gently, more d< licioua y, as We moved slowly throug the dc sorted streets. But that moor light i umble, like all others, ended j an bidding Marj a gentle 'goo night, I turned frcm the door of h st delicious reveries, that a love-sick nwain.. Tin e rolled rap dly onward, M incipi nt preference for Miss had g 'own into a wild, resistless; coi sumink, all-absorbing passion. To I with GOT was heavci; absence was u tie torture. became abstr fited, moody, and neglecitnl my U 'itimatedutie i. Friends remo strat< d, enemies sm ered; but all to i I was en chained by a spt The Table Tu imecll r the Donegal assiz< s, the follow. humorous eross-exuri linatioii bf a 1 I witness occasioned much i in eott purp 86. every reason tined oxqui rite dreamy It.oo urred 1 h never made a formal de cl tion f my love to Mary, bntde ed to do so on the first opportuni The i soon occurred. smile I jneigi sd anpreme. I delirious Because her angelic face beli< imputation. Can anything be lo or more gloriously beautiful f I And siMh eyes! By heavenu, one dlance from them would disarm a nuujderei of his deadly The smile became more bitter, as he riveted Ms gi ae on fcerfor 6 momenlb, without reply Their eyes- met; turning sadly pale, she instantly averted her and quickly retired Turning to afw, AppeartfocOT deceitful, m------ bitof of this. happ relier I with could not ba broken, under ion which cc aid not be resiste to believe iionately I eloyed as was the c my adorj) But I was d< be cruelly aroused fromtl1 thia fatal delusio r. Doherty: yotij follow I am a schoolmaster. Did you torn off you did they turn you 1 do not wish to ansv 1 quc rtions (Laughter. puj a I fav( Are you a favoi ito witli your Aye, troth am a inch greater .-roifr i t.lfA niihlift.' rite than you are wit KVhcre were you, sir] this 'his said the "th' is that att in t 11 18 th mil t How bcjautiful! wtpt a angelic countenance Ah riper is most beautiful to I" This was uttered in ajtone of 1 ittor- ness, by a young gentleman who itood beside me, with folded arms, gaziPgori the dancers. I accosted him: -I ff fathe r had given fete in comparison to be applied taMiaell. D. ,nth birth-day The J And why not her as well as a wth-1 bean iful? tne atar jof the I i T replied he, while a! BCornfulj wreathed his lips, I __ l_ ,.t I _. vtnvr A< m ness. She never smiled on I B the I f weetly, not looked into ,my ej more confiding tenderness th I Ownl story [jon tl at evening, i j At length' We left the company i ni obsei ved, ad our way throo fh the joautifully sh ided walks of t lie gardm' attached o the mansion 'Twas a beautiful s wai 'scof .plain. Nothing will go right Yot r mind will be filled with unpleasant tho ights, and perfect hatred to yottr bus ness-will the thought of s pending all your days about such emj loyment, cannot be endured; and in an unguarded hour you will burst the fetter that seems to bind what will bo the result? Instead of feeling that happy state of mind which What a Disap poifitmqnt- i i j A getrtfetnan ptayi id off a rtci on his better' Jialf other Being something of a i epicure, took it info bie head that be should a ftret dressed ber Hote, i her tjhat" a and old and dine jwith her that she received it, all get everything in prderi twelve o'clock shVwlis prepared ceivt her guest. bouse- was as a new sumptuous ncr was prepared, sb.e_ arrayed in, her best attire. Aknock-wtt" and she started with apalpitatii totie.dpor. She thought it i an ps tt the place whence th ay once On opening the doa she saw her band with a smiling countenance., Hviiy, my said she in t J onsstone, "where ie the genUe whom you spoke irJyour replied .ter here hd is." said a gentleman of ol4 and true wofld dine with n- said h good do or amph. presume the 'ech abroad' that night doing Define .sail r. Doherty did not omplyv ed schpolmas- is a footless said the lean tor, I will define it; I steering without a laugtiter, in which his lo -dship joined.) Ifou may go down, i j I i'aith, I believe you'i e tired enough of mle; but it is my pi lighten the public, anc Dfessiqn to ea 2 i____ any tnoro questions to I swcr them." edi thatihe publication of hi (paper will be suspended for six weeks in order that he mAy visit St. Jjouis vith a load of bear skins, hoop-polos, 'oak bfirfc, toickled Pat kc., wjiich he has tagcn on subscriptio in L young gentlem mile or two dov wishing to wi mark CK blace." <'x? f Then waste no time in said the friends, go and cherish the also." -.it: e other day j "tes, tbr him one Yon 1 No odds about that, I ote and was one powerful be itown Arpond pwy Jajf o.uiet injapp a lake wantomoAntaiM to Bab. shall I ioo.1 ire for V
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