Smethport Mckean Miner, October 31, 1868

Smethport Mckean Miner

October 31, 1868

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Years available: 1867 - 1870

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McKean Miner,The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1868, Smethport, Pennsylvania iratilJw B fuBUSHBOD EVEKY BT ordering' t omf only that from hiu renredy fi.r bin whicti lie iii um-ifred _ _ tmniiaud f merit, Hkllifully in frre rrora ittjurioua inKrcdicn's, and baa CBtaLliabed. for iim-lf a f.irthe i-iue nfthene In we aabruit Iboae known German J liters, 1JOOKLA NWS HERMAN TONIC, Pr, piiri d D'. C. M. J'n-k-on, Philnili-lphin, Twenty years .Incethev were flmt intro- dnced into thin'eoan'trv from Germany, during whlt'b time they have prrfoiB'-d ooren, and oein-lllled nnaeiinii ImninnrT to a crniter rxtent, than any other remedies IP thr I'Dblic- rruieilli-n will eBectnally cure Liver Jaundice, .ItyfpeaKlu. Chronl c I'hniuic, Dirrrhn a, krji, and all inx-an- ThV OolMtilntion gives Our fight io go Bat the n-n-lirs it imponihle to do su norlhrrti (-migrant is culnl, atnJ" r tthi-r cwioiK-llwl to le-tiou from the trcnn o Qilorrd men. Or this U-dBOO-aod see toit that Tammany Hell dort riot grt of its sod rvspobsiWIitiw, w irrupt aoJttan T V> 'f, at tbp ConiaiparT.eslib. it does ork. dentted b; ow-ti of ioteUijjence and yirtne, nctif not "only Judgo bOn- rfrfcds lite 'htra win be 'foaod leaving the icj{ ondcr the atMulard. nn farm-si min do-n ivrrj thing. He ftsiuioti Grnnt that ooly way to liikf Vieksburg was to move on it from some high grottod MO' OO the north. "This." "aid Grant, "wFU require us lo go buck to "Ezictly Sherman, and heart forth reasons with intensity of con- viction, nmi the iogenuity 'sod ability of an TOlJirr. Grabt replied, "I ebnll tnke no step back- ward; H would 8WJD to the country, now iltseoorngtHi; rt treat. I have- cbmid r.rcd the pVn and dettlmined lo car- ry it out." Shrrnma tbe hia coovictiosa, tbe importance of Jbe to tbe nation and tbe army; would not allow him to leave' the thus, and he carefully, committed bia views lo paper, and on tbe eighth of April warded beadqnaitera. a oaaof the points of moral grandeor in the career of Grant They who would understand bis-character should observe him at this jancture. Tbja politieikos, army offids la at WnshiBglouV dnmon'og for bn tha D-mocmtic party granted-lhe bUcfc right to in Ifabw, Hev Hampsbtre, fVoDsylttBta. New York, Maryland, Nortb Carolina, oibrt Statra. Remember that Dick Jobntotj, elected by. the Drmocrattc pntty to lbe Pres- idency, bad a. blocE woman for bia Remember, that (he Democratic party it- m favor of a dirrct lax tor the benefit of tbe Ppvernmenl, burdening tbe poor far- mers and mechanics with Incrcatrd taxa- tion and making them pay tbe revenue of ibe government, now pnid by tlie rich. Kemrmber tl at Drrnoerauc party desire powi-r for the pnrpgaa of again es- tablishing did very. that tbe parly bai practiced the tr-verett and while crying freedom it baa mobbed nod murdrrrd iu oppooetita. Be-mcruber tbnt a fballion baa lbe country witb drbt and ea. If yon wnot the drbt rnlafffWI incrrased, vote the Democratic tick- be, wi i noap. Feeling Ifrican loves 'dignity.' 'Mr. am 'YA'Mr. GOOMS 1 001 TF6eo C. went ofr for Ibe aoJ T. logo aodl- get lha peppet, 7 Tbr table art in eflbin, I hnd tarn lying unobwrved, Bow" wetng my opportunity I and instantly hid tbo goose and roycelf. OM Noah tVrfaster bsm'ube word ieH dwlKJnarjr ifcrt woold adVqnal-fy n- ptrn sor jriaFi horror and eonsU-rnatioa of Mr. TbompaoO and Mr. re enttred. and at tbe tabU-. apd-- ont a band for ibV and realization of the dread vacancy, bat a mooM-nt o-fore steamed a hot goose. Tbe while orbs rere fcurfnUy diluted. Where gooae I goose when t for de gravy, De gooae was wh.TJ 1 wtftt (or voien now a tbrilliog super- stitious horror, and thr ryes gUmi around the cabin na if in fear ot mei-tiog the dread ed told yon no DOW de deUIV wire.' Tbrir fjft utrt reed drraJful fact. Both dmidfaJIv rushed on deck, nnd plangrtl ovrtUMrd ncinowlfdgiog bia fcrlore fer, nii arntplan earoi-ttly JjjT bia (he dnty before him witb light IB tbe snrroonding nriiTwalks tn tt with OBfalu-riag tiff. How many men were there ra tbe con D try -who 'would have gone Ptulp'a Life of QrmU. >uncnQ: didau- for- Cbnirrrtt io-.tbo Itld Slajyland Phrlp'sj District. jabbcn thos: i -I know ibnt Billy Scword wrote, ibat L bate tiro woran than I do evil, 1 to be cat faimii-lf. While I am talking about Billv Scwnrd will aay Ibia, that if tfarre ver waa a scoootlie-l on the of vaitb, ic H come przt 10 this grtit malt iivn ,rr-lrii VnMfl ruio by the HH-nt. Jt drad aalbf n-brUion mill nil bunMrt and palrmtic rcrD will now tbi- lend ot Judge Pi'tpoot and the putrid curpsc of n dvluortanH uiltiin orjrnuaition, and wise their voicea noil open their puiura m bvbfttf ty nod upon -the Ofltioo for its futnrc pt-ecr, prosper it, imil hnppin.-ss. Fnun this boor to tbe day of the elec- tion the Cf mocmtio pnKy viJI bf hi no- way. It pantiygt-d nBd ntbrr for coo- 1 or t-vil. It may struggle t.ir local edmnlspMi, local ilnlity must iindfr thr slnnninp blow it bat received from Ibe hnnds of popular The people of mean those upon vhojp rrat oor hopi-3 of commercial nod ill leara wadoto ftom le ctfd on I tbe piinciplcaof avhonorablr ldirr. 9ive a hundred raHJacdl ill him and two hundred aro xnir Iv If br up man to map. .1 do romiilrxr him roocb itiorr (ban an an, II true only that plittrd bim in a pmition whrM> br waat He baa not iond mnnse to A 'Pat Ibr botM He would much tf yrto thpy frad are facts in reg'nrd lo the Di-roo- cratie party which we every voter to remember. We might state many more facto to prove tV ioconsfitrocy nod cor- ruption of party, but (be abore are more than i-nouyb to convince every can- did'and honest man tbnt the Democratic party ia unworthy of support. On Tuesday. Nov.' 3-L 1838. pre- mium of tbr lute Democratic party, ed, the foUwwinjr chattels articles and things: A large number of torches, trimmed and thousand Salt Kiver tick- ets, slightly AtaaagrA by mistake of lbe printer: sixty brgs of goo powiler; a num- ber of United States and Confederate States fourteen tbtaiaai) empty wbnby and empty lager1 beer (en coipplrti- of the laTCrotue Democrat, srvrn of (he Rending taxft pa- aortcoffef'colored; mi thousand blank taz reertpts; teno- bob-, dred of -Seymoar, "and two thousand madnh; a large numbrr of ban- suitable for cdebratmg a political vie lory, containing of mules, bond- balden, otgerre; two of: soar knot; -ooo fanndred and ninety Duroocrstic spercbes, fmoked and ready for mailing'; two copd-o-Of tHe United Stales as it was'; aixleen b-mti'l copies of.d'-poaitions tnben by the coqoly Whisky pottraitof a i pointed oo a en-ty of the dnagbtrr of a Democriil I wberr did and my sotcr et.ll- ioz dfter UiMD only to. their 'atrikiag opt'for aborf. I bad to birr two-oow bands. Sow and then. _ Tbonght learning froip re- sult ol ppcent tomr of the iJenrreratn- aboatr of Qftxjti Gran', many of the Seyrnoor contiouc 'tbrir tffititx to mS were applied to tbe and after tbe a him of bh military Inures, and brnr appear na one of Ihf wont mefl in the country. The following of tbe from Dcraocrnticnbcvli) which t Ot-m-ri.1 ot his political- BEFOM. 'A great toWier.' D of .'A gleat eapdrin.' of which nrv 'A lender of rnri- enjowiocnl'.' inao.wboVe -Tnlor'nared country .f. Uf cooqtrrrbr of rebrltton-.' ffriorrflany of our iuatilotium iahn 'Well enough, bat for bi .JTbe prospective tool of 'A gent-mi whose victories loo cost- fy'lo'V Wno to whoro lie den-id, he-OTJj-ht to hnw-isurreudrrt-d two fikf-DMBirt of little Diggers; of cofee pola; one .picture of o Julack oig- gft. reading a whilst a wbn> iXmoorat Won bw Unws beforr fairo black ibg all the. "remainder of the of (lie said deoeasi-d, lo be sold tlic, 4lh siory. and a bnin-d cliomU'rmaid .liriri" bia watrr IO him in a tin wash Irtxio, I liit, nnd 1 dick to it yet. he biU a cure of it- wavo't rooeb. Ttntto wiifi itte- ffftr on g3F Mon'eanj man- will conceed wHbr' me it foolish U) (xry1 drsj n heavy op n billjf.jr the So-tin' pi: nstrf of ri.1io'iJown; but it it U> boy-is n WJT-' hy the tide who works toiri nil the nod bia np on Tne Watrrbury (Cono.) 'American' ttt lady Thr follow ioij retails.; rfuirping >J rtx- yoa any wonM 'rnaic a vi-fy fin.- ibjtik J diHtfi jurtire- fo'hr, a'ji- if W Wonflfifuf wbommka ilw ;

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