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   McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - August 1, 1884, Smethport, Pennsylvania                             SMETHPORT, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST i, 8884. NUMBER 32. ProfwslanaS s Cards. -TUIE -A! I t) ?A turis o? EUtitlk i i v v t l iwl i s op Ihile- t l" M r t. l t p U. 1C II 1 I1- t I tl U i I I E li. 1 a 1 t i tt l I i-y .tt >t st i t I I u w I 4 i M u i t i J 1 C i r> j t-. LP it Mm M.K LAW V rf fij COIF'S SELLORSL tit wart pr ELOREB BANK, tho Import of the on it up lJ e au It. "t I1 Jw3y IwaK (t trl M r- .-nitre 1 r 5 r. r v Uv v r I kn C nt-V .ft fK s t f f IHI U VI E I S W M 1 W A I' .iV O tJ W i 1 j i r-. -TV li t> i W 9t CM 4 U a. 1ION 1 II 15 i> c t fl-Cff 183- P -j AonTirea ATTOKNKY AT LAW, t J X r r ft v t-v rtvtr- V W i' 6. r t. -Ht B'V t r ev U.C U It 5E >I i t t- v 11 w r t K i t mm HP Ji! r BCC-J W JuL "f I KCn jl cu I ml fyttwute it j tut AtB I nts !l illBine'j s aid CDIMISB Jfais al law n c V rw tt D t K-i S II. WX1 I tl I v iti ul I f I i. i i 'i ___________.., J Ap to s. R 1 b 11! 11 0 I S H. ST -.Vt-T'llOkT i V B. F. WijaCHT, iProprletoir. and he- his pretty affictitmately f rvce 1 >e-d your letter he mild as he ti, >ti n vtat beside lit r in the pluioton and sun so ghul von nulembered jour prt to me however hitlk'liti uhu drain to miikt uiv little liirl tbt ir 1 ttl> Tlou Htuptel of lut mlltl Matlelon up the jiollits and then I We met tht m both in I'arw I est r Tht y t unit to lit highly rett.nnii. iided Mr Iferliert Durnell LS ,.m iintl Mr ostuthet tber tbt uitlitlon of tin the Id iiiitn uiitl knit Me ft In ut on hit r fun Jtt.u till me fnuikU little (firl ulneil tlie favorite lie ttllld I tritd to tlet ide HUeiinswertd but 1 They ore unhUe 1 in temperament but both aru vtry pUa.t.int jjentlemen Alia uaused the rich "Watchmaker I tbiub we can decido tho matter K? When are to call "To-niglit and I will Introduce you to them Oconco OIKS of ctrcMiB" oailatloa In [1 kllaiti-Ipbla Tinien.] rormanv dni tbo niegu continued, and it KII if there nould Ira no i u .1 l> u xni of It and York Times.) Indian coru in any form u exr and com bread, swwtcnwl with Kew OrieaiiH is vtrv ttholesomeaiid palatable I'ork and mutton an, rich in the fat producing ilemcnt Potatoes, Miupsand will be just the thing qutMlonable but No protected the gmiidlather prefer tu tileui Nr-w 1 rfe Trff tilt} I Jill JOU Illlli-t n te nit jumiewhere nf the room Iluit 1 can MM ttoth nii.l oit rhtar Mb it 11IL r I t t i h r V Itn D IL IT II jr t h 1 V, i f v P 1 t t tl i t-. t tn t "t til I I 1 t Vr I i t it t l n t It I I VI w I h W t 1 t t> SI 5 3u: i a -t a a Allsraey and CsunsigilDir al 111 ll It, itr lu r litr fc-r-i on mar ft-.in tl ton r, t 1 ,1 r li' n.- t i 4 in tst Not many sol ...v with thilo thtj IIKI tin making mui feel in, n ntn. ut ttim imtbinjt that coum IK il >n tt r the shelln htruek tlK gi n I ui let till u V u no KTCJ-- a r-, a >t of the B ly .r threw tliem mlvts n tbt urounel, mid wert measure iblv iff flit round idiot did no par ttiiiti (linage nu.l tlu irtillt rists tlmr and eanuter for el. v r (tuartt rs, Apjiarently the artil lerviuell IIIJOMH! fn-- as it was a tribute to ttlttr iklll but nohodv. else oi ninth aud ratlur wwhod the atFii 1 could not sou how i session i if iinjiortant pla.e, ?o il .ituateel ui the verj h.art of tile Con feeler-ate ututcjt and there a dull and dins-irons day nftcr day, with little to bit-it monotony or iv IKK. it of its Unliuju, so wearing upon niihtar> uitn In 1 L I- it I t If nl> W ,ISS t u I i> of. ,...t i a- o. 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I om. to l rty C-.iil to   ho G b Ltli flit diitv of vv 1 before r is in isteil uj u m I ver eoiirt i> ur vilrtl vvitli 11 mk lor tint nurijiM. vvl itb isn t Intl u In tin d.-xrt vv tit rl tin r Lsiiowa'tr I am toliilirt a motk al.lun l n I Tin itr si list 2-4 rt i hl-- s.unl Us mil ti rn his HI t ,vv ir I M jilsl is Ih J vvs turn ton trtl Jt rasaleui r t ie e mi [N w k I'erliap> tin i ne-t 1 "tliiurf to tie seen tlo ut are the tun are i hand Mjnie n UK n Th'3 bhoulilered. fturdj and i dn.a-v.tL with three lives oat of [eroism and high discovery in tho icc- and meffiraencj n official station at has been he record of other Arctic expeditions nd Is thetrecord of this. It w nee William Baffin first pushed an European vessel into the opening of mith's Sound, whose curving and con- raced shores lead through 1300 ceencumbered navigation to the inner Polarbo-sin bntofthescoreofexpeditions which have penetrated it [arkhaci s with all that EnRlish science, wealth or skill could doIx-limd ver puf bed its fUg so- far Jvorlh, apread its wide a track, Mfhered such long and rich observations Greeley'a modest party.snd one has Buffered so heavy a penalty m he dead, eighteen out of twenty five icnQccd to official LiMtenant Ortseley has at last torvived story of his sucoesfttl llattle n the narrow spaco lutberto Kiundisd our knowledge of tho Northern opening of Sound The fate of the expedition a due to no fault of hw. 'Put roe at Dia-overj he said neffect.-ana I will every man back o th s Sound, if Kuppbcs are plac -d here Ht-returned to fin 1 them fetrll luaiunition w u. I in in ormn-m u I tt n ktpt u[ l 01 tin (.1 f It I .11 I, I 111 1 1st, I 1 fi list I'M tl HI 1 I nut 1 the f 1 iviuij, u u f tl in i mi 1 ,st. i s, 1 111 III boie. Tin nn li ofexerv liamblero ht i  11 >vvij idvv MII k 7oii otli r iliiiost m tj lib i vvl ilt t n v -tart it i I the tv n ntlv (in scivv.inui II" >i 1 rk il. l.-t t vis 1 n t str. i_ rt-s. i Unite tu th. ju blw. Tin rv. liavt Id -.tme s an I tin ir must ttli s tr biro, iiu 1 at t urlcd until tLoy a-re uioJelo of ear to ketji out t f I 111 tliat lm itl r the I -OU1I t: First Clais in every John Broozel Prop'r. ruituv tenti cMtl form lie- Onlav inns' ATTOKXEY AT LAW. CO! VHITIXO6. "IS" TW'KtCi i l-w en B ot WaCatter Co- "'Ini ff.'f r> f it I Of A IvOKT H. flWl-KOV Ftitral Co BARBKRSHOP VLFRKI) sfl liDYHM WaetUJ ly ana can fo ran, i nt r> W tittJttSW HCOITW, HLklllB be arBATH EOOMS iter said Heatnce on the tlirwlio tl and she cl.wed tbe door The two jjirla crerB orphan" and plretsiiKt tixe f.rnnJfatlierBior -egreat Tvat( h faeton in Be-nt Svvitierliind the vssvi i. of that eitv hnd '.s, larni intention of nmUiiiir tlwae fcirlt Iii4 Iixinif heirs lialid-diint fortune Tlu ir pun ntH hat! diet! wluii they wert v nnt!  'BtT H4KXKSS GOODS wtSusa yrxa eiwa ffia'" I BETTER BAEUAB.SS AT HOME nwiptoy aranfl I FIRST CLASS WORKMEN, ATTORN S AT-I.AW, OLEASON Surgeon Dentist, PA. K I- W ttli w n LIVERY it Flo SanMil ana. If ir t ti JiUUSK Proa? I the j trf rn AN1D STfLSSH IMS In Pans, at a ball fnven by a promi neat they bad met Herbert Darnell and Mfred o-tn. Itttth jr.ntleuieit vrere trell reettiu iat ntltsj uitl Itoth speedily laid eourt to the coutnis blue vetl Betv ,er-ujci tyjw so t-ommon in the tiaul vahicfi liud won fo'-ber a warm pkce m 'be heart of the old NwuM-Oert3s.an prandfntheir sstjjat? etiv pretty Madelon he had -iid to you unrry and leave tk" old KTOjadfather Hate no deel itiuiuKiiin me for 1 want joe liappil} and uiar oitce entt red upon w irrevocable :n 3 die Neu, rk anil luttountled wbtn I found IIM plMittsraph in the gallery and learned his lustorv lit is one of the most polished adventurers in the world and is well Lnown to the police of both continents untler a tloz Meniful lieitteiui cried Matlelon what a narrow ap. Ht- wii-s M) ten tier earnest an 1 impawn net! that I hopttl )on would deeidt in but IIOAV I tun roust-lout of Ilt r bert Damtlls good and manly quail Tbt n it is to be the hitter said (iniiitlfatlii-r Htrs If you wish it grandfather I do wish it 1 have learned SOUK thine of ULS antecedents and he w in worthy to be the husband of my little girl When Herbert Darnell called at Wll low the neit dav he had a loop interview with (irondfather Berff ami a happy mail Mr Vlfred never came for answer detective who had follow ed the adventurer from put m his appearance and Madelon 8 see ond suitor went baeU to the scene of SiU many cnmea in irons. 1 it i esi heartilj Itu 111 bt- 11 p' -d as all 1 tl t) lllr mtn liuve vied ni li t t h u IM, t .._.- U aeeiliK vvlueli louIU expeu 1 Hit ,1 a i uu i t f p ntler and le ul fromUniuiel i aiil toLiTiehnr h ur pi I kt] h tnlvvi-tl and l! u ler  bat micht have been so wdf lf b- Ir .s BCT a rimple of mstructiom, had not led hkn to ram bis E Tho' to the bottom on tbfe ice of South fa, 8ouIMi, which Grerfey'a ly -hrtoMt i frankly of Bern and Bat learning how to adjust o noose io not tht? best way to prepare for admimoter per tin ir bujiu j coufidsni ol cltaaatoly acboten an her Usnd- rStar Jo aoffie in connec- tion wttla few trstie bat he tfcss3 he would reach thopn.tty villzi to which lived, end Bea trace Snd 'oft I-KT oftsraooa horee- Hda liade'on tad tea posy pkaa- ____ ,S srocad tfce door Jcai as great sun, be- tifc {Jtoho-iion, bosoa of Gas mer Sa itj goScljn ligSit, sits ped fcnto tiny cfflrmge, acd the nuaa, tbo Epintsd paa-ea bread grsveJ GTOTO tfiA tjia riteay modeled of Uberty" after hid wo bope will effectually Nature enil" of some queer freaks. passable ahkfl to wbate i For mstance Tlirow a 10 cent dog that trom the north or a from the la has never seen water into tbe i-ner, and 1 The Proteus and her stores at u DQW occapted by School of it will muneduiuly swim njliore but jt WM possible for com- fo. Women. when a fcw 000 man, whose education m BJ tn l tMSMtgfa to Mio natatorial art has been neglected, jaUs overboard, he incontinently uuks A i tat uo. Tumors. Salt Eaeum, and wo bone win euecwtm.ji TnoaocoB tillage may take the rumor that ha modeled it of both rain and manure in a large meas- THE Kav auai Ueorcs Williara Ourtio over, otro cicfauat a to stand on CoK Ttaio to Stop It- IT-B TOO bad Sir or Uadom, bat don't frishtesed. Yonr hair fa faUtan off -etafi o csrteto. A slanca in oo taresusalUoc coramieto tlfo won osod I-HC HOT Wm Stoat, Wiarton. Ont, otatcs After being ineffectualy treated by tsovcntean different dnctora for Scrofnla and blnod dteaaae. I was care! by Bur- dock Blood Bittera. Write him for proof. Fos any Imtoiionof the Throat and Longs Shedd'o Excetamr Coogb Syrup yea. toJ Htso EaJstaso "iK Kcjodye, a co cqaal. cBss, ScAMra, BBOBES and all in and soreness of the nwia hrnaliold remedy Oil. Bo Ban? yon get tte groolPe. oorad Itf oy promptly cnne tor ucroiuta, t A cswas. latMrt i 'r-. but Be no- l Sorea. Tumors. Salt kanua. ...j sss .syr srs? zzxzzzz. catcrpiUars, lice, and many other ene- the crew and psasengetn. the BaMt. mies of vegetation It does mm He waat4Sd ten predous dayi-------- I ing around afUTtie crew and i0f the and tied. uawHUag to p.u [JiidtuVtown ftanscrlptl "Sweet are theusw of wo wfll exchange a targe lot of ad JLrt of good lock. Fom I bam been afflfetud wiiu Balm I re- ft, fair to it.member tbat while Lieutenant Greclsy ncpecttd would. tad tW of the 00.000 ratiow ot fro- ita   

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