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   M'Kean Miner (Newspaper) - July 28, 1866, Smethport, Pennsylvania                             pr 3 Unwhi r each Bubsvquppt j. cards, 5 .1 5 09 line, 1 time, IS trbltuary over 6 ttwiij fcer Yearly Advert] 00 Advertising, two quarts, DO YWly Adrc'rtMn g, squares, 'I 1 I K ofl y-uafty column, 20   yearly Adi-.ej-tUinR, ouc-lmlC.colauu. 35 00 onb column, 60 po rte, ..VK-'..- ____ 2 So 4 i 00 Cowrawnr x ROADB, Kentn Jj' ExcjMencif, -fKe Dispenser MI? ces, A'NPREW Presi- tanks,  3o or lefts, ...a SO i ft proportionate rates. _ :4Uorney nt 'latvr, civc uroiqpt ullvntiou all biiKlDeim cure. Office iu tLc Poiirt Uuiisc, Wtuctb- .'purf, 1'iV- In Mdruance.nith your esteemed request, F. B; Coiiutv.Po.. SpooiM paid lo r tionu, iiud alt bunliiaparolat'mg to Teat port. nil calls In His profession; i neat borough "Physician and .SiirgconVSforwich. M'Kean nin. (At the ol E. E C: t E C T I C P 11 Y SI C i A OfHen in ..M'iiuirtbj. Tublw; fisq. Ii allcuij to all calltf iii bis prufe 43-t yr. Wifl proinp t- dated {the 03tB had''received this mornibg i ez to the workin of thp Freedmeri's Bdrow and the coB'Jishtm 61 UieAfrikin uv Amer ikiu djesccntln llijs vicinity, the fncttba a Ablisliinst still holds the Post a IheC'ornfers (which place', b'jr llic way; tinye Jjeen solicited to interfered materially wito tbe liizrtes 1 bed in Hntid I .to wtmstlooted me horn'- c-t is tne cus- 'ftim wiictt we-bey religious cnll ed my congregashuri together. They cum runniu in froin. the different groceries, anc here onothet diffleUlty ctisoOd. The ft i 'iii I- eery; keepers wasted whni k ffleetiH On week days Uu'i They wilh'B to shut upi'dbbrin incettn cz ftey reSpecied the give em time to sweep out s o the terbncker, et-setlery, but they'd be be if they .was iigoiH io bev trie peo1 {He away frora their nouriabment oti weejk dnyi. .1 succeeded cm nnd 'weiil !K ht wunst exarninin ibe leading citii ens. Their testimony is ez follows: Bennett House, KN.RV K. T'ii- IK a liirge, .commodious adapted Jv tbe (IKIC.S uiul con veiiia'icii-K of llic travel- ihjj .public: Piiily etiigcs fof Olfean anri Ibtdtbgrapji arid G A.F IU1 Illnllcu IU aud entiri: Hulufiictiou giiuruitlved. Anni'ii, JPa.. .tfi.H inintifaclurc and. repair evcty kind of firenrfh from a pocket to d 15 Inch ooluinbldal iSfew Gabhset Shop; ondei-stgHfed Uke this of Io (He honcc- Uicjftru ctuiw of most Eyery of Kveij Kiuil, l will coustantly oii liaMii large supply Articles of J1KOTIIER. ..racthpoi-t, IMC. T. Seems, A ineriuun, KnKlisli and Swian Wnlcliea, t B JlM.c ALSO nloiost fciory ilfacriji- ioS, Su'lid. Uw.M Hold J'latcd J Kar j( tj Clorts-atiil .TcWefry-pf (ill ni.iitly. and vxiK-Jitiousdy.' 'ftlJGoM .one Udor west of iiiki-n iu JUavmtt, the I'oBt Ollioc, F. A- isatiiifuctory manner. AUo fur net Ilamlfci> Cabi- ow thnl Mncblnen tlif Hlglwwt In tlio tet- fucilun.tliaD other ID Slartet, or (oopvjr.reruuQ, 4 i' .r tbi-y Uie M'usI ,'inAiyrlanl. In ttw.l'nHrd Stain. than Silf, toa In IVio or' W9 loopr are uduiited   to elonn or Io niCoie, jrcgultite oil nd'-exaniinr lini) your- n 01 Mnrlag. (Wnycar. on the award of name- IXrtlSraforrtac bwt half: acre? Dolhre for1 tha boat acre or W 6.P.K 6st SKELl'Etl I .wu; T 'I in muirn LHsitlte struggle a cflp- yirit Bcrvis. Wuz with t Pilfeiw. jfci bed cliiiiil ilv fleeves em rantfi ji j ilc to staiid the hot sun, than tlie .wliiteX When ihey wuzi Sltittes nBru 49 know they .alliiz diJ work bccoz he erhlJy stood over ein with a nigger wb'i Since been free liev liotist n cljange. n.b't much' uv ii cmirf -tbe N.igger that they'd lalie sicli wages M yoo uhoyse io gire enj then ihe da {ientijen will sinnd jfibdt 7. the white feeti nn'd wan'4 work nt nil -onlesa yo'ii meet their views'- which' jrou'L'le ib'hte- rijilly fetarJcil tlifflevelopm'eutof ib'ecoun- tuy. The Bo row be corrupted 'the female naggers cz (hey nil iegnfly1 pfofried tbe to rncn they'd lived they'd 1 t i sot on livin with era tint npl. wjili, amJ.wuz tt ho j'.oose. ulv your try in to gei D'j'use wetfcli bef nlso. His wife wnz now doio work' iil fforne for want iiy lieln. Stro'rijj J. Vj 'ji-if urged the abrognshen uv Bnrow Vl e AWwliuB Fosilujasicr aft tie i i DEACON M ORATH Cgffairoincd, Wnz convinst bis own mind {n'ljf fe waif now out uv bra normnl the infernnl Bo'row wftt! nli the bottom nv it. The nig- nrffi? the BuWw cbtne wul do- nnd easily cpntrolled. His boy Joe wuz viunst a moJci nigger. He'd get up every- mom in 4 a. 91. (which means in the nnd work every day fill after diirk. Ez soon tye was emnncipoV  approacnedv and were already within a few steps of tbe house, when slight change in of.fhe'fflSJ'SS'l oteacn ttaaji credit wbot any senses showed me ndians ars3 Sfce sixth iraiFSf Uie ousaiog one until I rcsched tbe jffoeyj beytaid I ojiild diseoTer no trace wliateverl Prbiil amon: tint of tbe nnroisUSable svideiice tbat h'e had pxicd wa Jed to utal be wija mortally woniided; and in Older to preveriS bis body fellitig into ihe hayi of.Lbs Bad groped bis way to the river and thrown himself in the cur.rent, which nad borne him away. The had Silled my cow-; And was los% yek m my gratitude for Jny escape K I" i from toe merciless savages, I 'would bave J i., -1 fr reater was wfilf provi- from, (be six Indiana; m fcasa of a second attack; but Ibiai fortabaieiy, proved my last ndventura with ens of -tfafl to tbo inte; and iocile bretlireH to revenge Uie death of bis comrades. (l esclairncd the old znsii, while tho tears gushed frotn bis eyes at the raem- oiy of that eventful riight, u4Dat was a glo' the best ever inacle! The lady who penned tb'e following needs no JstLcT ffuarranty that she b era thetieleetabie r aftl PeofilewlM kiss; yei not one in a bandred knows bow to extract bliss from lovely Jipa, no more umn they know bow to make dinmonda from charcoal. not easy, at leasl for us. for new nmcrr n u' S. sheiKng corn. r'irat know whom you are a'jiniBtaiemay up like a trout for a fly, and smack a woman 1 on the neclf.'on the ear, or on the corner of (brefiead; or on the end of her ttsej or knock off her waterfall; or jerS Bet .febfifiet riilxinl to gctthrongb.' The. gen- tlman ahoirtd be a liltfe talten fie sbootd R clean face; a Effld eye; d moolb full of expression, instead of tobacco.. Don't kisa everybodyf iadndipg little dogs, male4v female. Dont ait down to h{ stand np. Need dot be imxione about getting io a crowd. Two-persons are enongb to corner and eatch a more jeraona wifl be very apt to spoil tbe sport. Stacdfirm; it Bart any after you are used to it. Take'the feft lady iii your let your bat ro place oat of the way; tbrpw the eft hand gently the shoulder of the ady, and let the hand fall down tfpon the rigfct side Coward the belt. Dont be in a inrryj drop her gently, lovingly to your leort; her head1 will fall lightly upon your So opth Jjepftao ilc ThptthoirwurtnaoulBforgot the iriU to And, rested Were; oa la a djream sun Juring'lfie day Had 'been warm; arid thus they met i og bonrs of twi breeze it; enjoying toe i M Ki up from toe garden beneath', and interchanging tfceS -tli oul-lotigirig8 and warm eacii o'tKur tba Idvere m with one a enc rcled th'a waist of we creaiure at Jlis side; :_ little Hand lay iii ana aH passed the beu 1 Should TxTSrasS at The io'Oing o'f itie belt was lovers aa wall as seated ferat eaeli rows were again and tr-_ s M-t-. M lengtlii, after many vaiii ottenl t pleaanres, tbfl traaspoy- vejers fcmnd thai oiey were boood to each other by more stiekin over's vb'wi The tiot minlui pitch, and after sitting so and ffie _; '1; Ml ight air Having resinous thev found -Li Mtleman firA ie attem toer.bu'tii wasof and a handsome ahoalder strap t makes. Don't be in a send a itfle life down your left arm' and J5 know ta businesa. Her left hand is in your right; let there be on etpression to that( tot like tbe grip of a vice; gentle of- efectricity, and re- epect. Dont be in n hurry lies carelessly, on yonir ,Ton are .V ik Stand lower chimney and effect her escape. ifcor n'early faeoH to heart.' down into I ecfjerjfeifled no' hope; .but deter- mined not to be tak'en alive, and to sell sny life t With breathless anxiety I waited ai tbe port hoFe. At LSf-'jiiJ! icr half-closed eyes. Gently, yet nlly-, press her to your bosom! firta and FjcrtWenSS give you si for the ideal! Be bat don't be in a ere aSfm'ost operiT teao b'ghUy forWafd with yottr not the Take good aim, the lips eyea iT a dpena before tlie world shoots from 'under your feet as a neteor ffnsbea.ncrojs the eveniog sty (don't be the nerves" -Before lie ait erected altar of iirt as zeyliyrs dnnce mtiled fefeer? ftr- 'ets'ite bitterness, and the drt W is noise, no flittering like book imputed worms. lite bookimtwted 4oogk4 fired. Aa tne sWoSe ckred away I epnld mussed, raroplcd and mnied. Qm'i flavor _ fcv i__i_ i-VA- 
                            

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