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M'Kean Miner (Newspaper) - January 12, 1867, Smethport, Pennsylvania SAWBPAT u- and ajujdog to of mental bcWildenaetit-almQst s OFFICE. WEST SIDoP PDBIJC of BnnserrptloMn advance. 1 ftvt Subscription, paid with tljc 250 B'ibwYlptlaD, if not paid wilhtn the year-. 300 .Atlm'raaad fistfrs' notices, caob, 6 2f0 Andltor'is .'J250 anti Estray's each, 3 timca, ______ 2 fiO TraOBiont Advertising, nor cqnoro of 10 S 'foes, -1 60 Foe ____ fio Official Advertising for each square of 10 Jlnos, er 3 1 60 Insertion........ 60 ProfossloiuUarda, 500 Local notices, per lino, I. time, 15 Obituary notices, over lines, per line, 10 Yearly Advertising, one Btfnore, S 00 T early Advertising, two (MjaaroB, 1200 Yearly Advertising, throe squares, Yearly column, So 00 One-half cbluom. 35 00 Yearly Advertising-, ojie column, i..CO 00 2 60 BtankB, s per S no Blunts, U quires, per quire, 1 75 Blnoku, over G quires, stc fourth sheet, half sheet, Bluet, or 25 or .ICO 150 25 or OB THEIOCOURIUASE: BV. MRS.-AKW a STEPHESS. (COSTtSUED.) ladies who pQPchase it by the yenr, in form of "re bumble 25 23 800 Over 25 ofeach ofabovj at proportionate rates. Business Wallace Brown, Attorney ttnd Counsellor-at Lair, will give prompt attention to all-basinets entrusted to niicaro, Office In Iloase, F. B. Hackett, i, .Spociiii .iftfiullun paid to nollcc- tin us. ami all bii relating to- real coUte. S. PIITSICIAX BmBthport, M Kcan comity, i promptly ID all fill" rtl Ofljct ut tils r.ear tho txwmigli -of O. W. Bobbinfi, Purgcoir. Smellifort, f oimi> I'wiimyitntna. WH1 protDpfty etbni to I Miss Siniih, but not here. v-uU iu ula profcasion. for a furorite loom, and Miss Smith took advantage ol he opportunity to let down a quantity of >tack hair, which the mutilated pattern had niled to'render more than wavy, and jiving her flounces a light shake, she drew her chair to the window, ordered Li Ja So place a bonnet block for her feet, and fold- ing her hands with ij graceful languor, composed herself to listen very attentively It would be quite snpetfluous to say how many times the sensitive Miss Smith lifted hor bunds and exclaimed, 'Beautiful! Ex- quisite! Oh, bow sweet f while the read- ing of ChiKle Harold went on; or to give nny possible description of the bright color which glowed and deepened in the cheek of our Lulu, and the pleasure which fitlec those soft eyre till they sparkled like gem bcncnth her drooping, shadowy fashes. But it is quite necessary to inform th r.-ji-ler thnt lifter this rainy dny Mr. Gil- bert was a constnnt visitor at tlic milliner1 tbnt fee rend Chide Harold quite through, neJ n hen Miss Smith solicitec 'Oinc short poem he looked ai Lida nn UM> IMe' pottic.! ftf US bride's dwelling. It was lovely opening; every Utmg was deluged with a flood of pearly moonfignt, and the dew Jay like drops among tho crimson flowera wbicb shed a firagraoce from die honeysccWa vine. MIES Warner woo bis side, his arm hod been around het waist, and but few Smith ion boossS, and., fijj jjje first Jinipiajie? life, Jbe jjoszag 'Qeiymf atm-bonnat.! ns. The blood rashed -sod Wumes1 Mas is itt' 'Acd yoaira really' ia whispered, a' word tojIierT and Lida-40 go with each seapectfal C. E C! L K C T C P 111 S I C I A K j Mt. nqd r "'e Ithtt I KMJ >V ill pruinpt- .amn. thin iwost girlii of b-r quftc un- Miss Smith was tie lighted with this I'D- i ijic.itlon tJjitt her nt iglibor d( sired a tete-a wbo had henrd Byrou for itlenr) to nil calls fn li.a r- Bennett House, f. A MS, t'mpi irtor. TIiK is a Uo'ol. ailiptcd slaves fur Olun ami Ph6tograpli_and Amferotype nud Mi e mort unproved styles M'Keait County, Ta. Will loaonfirlnro and UinQ offfreirrm frum pistol to a 15 Inch tlm eomplimelit i [Mtiity of characii-r iu the I Tte u-r hail n iibj-ary, tliete bick of Looks for to ht.r fitti.1 selJoin fjiokc while 'be vn s li-jt it wns for an iiuloleut auJ like Gilbert to slu ly.theibang of lie? swi-cLtnce. It was 3ike a vol- >uU rcsJ but week his cosy clmir was ioto tbe milliner's room every Brvlford, M'K'HWi Co, PS., [Water (.'looUw, Jewelry, -Wntehes and Clocks cc- )niiitid on the sb orient .nonce aad m the inast AlMa ttgent fur Mason A Hamlia's Cu.bi- nnd he domesticated among the elnnv trimroingn, senips of ealin nnd piste- bwrd chips littered the floor. it 4.501153 of dibtiuction is n remtirknblc plensnnt fceliog, but in Older to it pcrl'vctly thc-re rtest be me com New Catoineft Shop. op-xwlttnity of .n th? UoUtiu that birVins rewuViMl their Shop tno doors abtiVo tbc old aimoflite fhe bixise of Mrs. j theyurb prepared to nail chairs oi most Even turuitiuti rf most Every Kind, and wilt keep hand 6 large articles of fn.riillttro. Feb. T, Seesns, ia Ataorioan, 'C Clocks and tin oVolost every dcscnp tiott, snch asSoll'd GoH8 i'lated" JtrcauH'ms, Ear Finder Rings Belt Bocklcs, Spec- io. ALSO mtehi's, enodcswl Jewelry of Jtooma. one ifloer west of part Jtooma. on 'ufficc, 'Smethport, Pa. ana test crop in. Sfcifceitn Co. thm theTtwsrd of tftb BBbsoribewf unme- beat half aero; Twcutj-Uv b.D.l BOCJER8 .at. I8CS. A LI. PBBSONS TO Mp jPL.fte boots of M'Kean CouiiH-, 'Altocney -toes will ipay tbe to, J.-MIUikuo, .Whom 3.hereby doly np- nister operations in over three years, Dr. Colton j Rive All work perlslning tb the dentol done m a fiL Binetbport Sept. C, 16C6 Nitrous Oxj g teeth. tntion ID tubing the when properly m of snpori euch I opDtatloiis In have BO Df. an htm .caution ell persons tp avoid pretendjMB in tbe OloiiB, Ang, 10, 1880, B.B. LBABN, 11 wns vc-ry plensnnt nnJ ngrccable fol W.-jifter to rt tufa from a four ywir's residence at sc'iool, to be the richest and most ncomplisbed belle of a country lage. It was to be engaged to n wenlthy and bnudsouie vouug mau liki Gilbert, but, as ehe did not care for book--. ttr.d no one but a widowed moiTicr to be- stow the flattery n hich schoolmates barter one with the us she detested alt uasfel employment, it be expected ihnl her time roust pass soraew-hot heavily niter the fiist objects that pre- sented 4fecuose4vcflj ehe wcat to lounge awny her nwrningsein the portico, tvhcre the sweet fitoe of our Li Ja bent over her work by the opposite window, and just beyoed, the dark kt-ks nnd tviiite forehcsd of her own offinncod Ji-jabnnd. Miss "Wnrncr was mot obsolulcly jealous, but she wns very Idle, and so, enough, to think it just possible that the country millvaer eaigbt received _ ihtd was worth looking fit from town. One morning was seen the dresstd, with delicate pencil-blossom gloves on her pretty bands and a deeply-fringed jwtfaseJ guarding fcrer ftice from the 'There great artificial grace in her step as glided over the ,greea- sword, and the little affected knock fibc gave saflline-'er door WOQ of bigfe breeding. Then was tbe patrottusing-' bend Miss Smithj ihe hand, to, ?oor IiWw.' whoaat blnshug J2stts gnffiy Sbiug-.i-iij' ihe wiBdow. 5 Gilbert tobched'his lips to the peach- jsjoiagJttTOjbutwheffl hosaro tlie LWB.fee drpnped it. over her i forohesdl true elegnnce of manner; so very tasteful in her bonnets and fancy It wns beautiful to sec how condescend- ing the sated miss became, bow useful she made herself SB nipping np little bits of and how prettily she would ask Gil- bert if he did not think she make very good milliner, if ehe should learn the trade, nod many other important questions, which roust have diversified the passages of Milton and Young, which ho was reading, wilts agreeable Variety. The jealousy whicfe springs from affec- tion painfully aroused cannot be divested of generosity but that which arises from mortified vanity is bitter and implacable. It was not foag before Miss Smith be- came convinced that tbe gentle girl who But listening with inch intense interest to every word that dropped from tbe eloquent lips of lawyer Gilbert, was LIB sole attrac- tion to tbe room, and adroit words to lik nfii-Hieed bikle were cooiagh to arouse her attuution to the d .mask color tbnl come went in the poor cheek whenever j oung Gilbert addressed her. momenta before Sib eyes bad been bent with tendet and earaeatoess her face; but' aim Ws asms were anee' earnestness- that she arose, fled on fer little straw aEd'wondci-. todvto foKow oa, Bai remoro iabla nnd he looked dmcg sternly upon her. The fioaierfead was a Zatgij and sttperi- you really desire this he I or eotmtry villflge1. said in o deep constrained voice; 'Would material aad'tooched with the, ._ _ _ _ tttMttCTm fintvA fkf ffjAaa yotrever respect me again if I could do ao cruel, BO nomanjy aa acti' 1 will never love yoc.agnin if you do was the petolnnt reply. An expression almost of disgust swept over ihe young nuaa's feee, and his lips trembled as he have you been to: Miss Smith's rooms to 'Yes; I was (here at sunset Bat why do yon matter.' Have yon thought nS this over! are you resolute to deceive ibis poor brown tinge of (sees 'flPw flhfffljhptfryTT faratosrc-was that of another centtoy, old- fashioned and massive, bnt Gilbert had in-., terspersed with chains and tables er and more geceat model; find the gloom which low ceilragugira to on apartment __, ii can' be frat m tbo quite'safe. you era sriSlmg thai I devote my- eelfto wia hes "Artful mattered bride, setting her penjl-white the future feeth pws- sionstily (ogttber as she spoke "she think ofntti-ncting And, with a slight scornful .lough, an i ft V iag her steps iu a distant comer of the went borne with false thoughts; but joa, MB. yon could not have the. Beast 6 i' T ed so full of eloijuenco to hid bcB tto felt the Hot -blood tmh' op to fiis nod hurriedly 'that Ba was ooaft' ottered, oad when' 'ah conscious that they 'were- dope a ana i 1 Wsraer- 'AUd bos? pectf did aha net? the? together, rnnning 3seaai 'As yoa Cie smile; boas win from bce can witt "play 'the 'ix K 1 f r" "Here w Hot U tie mil- friead
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