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McKean Miner,The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1869, Smethport, Pennsylvania isjrjo; -tti ILJlll... _ v -I' '-'i-- -V n. i'JV.M KitfT.; jlflF, V into bis eyes, burning Jnsamty, must test :he- said., a must remare the hankerciiie least doubt you, have often heard of _. J- _ ____ so near to mine that I couldf ffeel bis not breath frequently evince, a vejtbdd, i -Cam In Bwk raptor- To take my life if. I w, am he recalled Tcreation ;with Mt Cbambera. -i ciirred to Wm that be bad moteat faweiUo lop trimminga-were. small tore and a woman behind the, eoan- and twgic of gether, fonning a vast Ultle earlier next gether, and I charged no ancl spur, for this was tbe time i :J 5 J a r-V'it'-.i -1 to Tialf was pej'year, to mike Hn'i'smffle liui ilii r. ths" the maa sfooS ft branch of a general hospital. The first is Blackwell's- Island, and7is ot jBjcllevue EIospitaL. vr The other is at koouingdale, and is aibrarieh of the New York hospital was'oriee" a rural bam- r now the city has: embraced it in its grasp. The aayinm has stood here nearly half century, but ojns. '1H.QW fong bottkot asked bim i-> can a man wrestle with'sncb enemies .j_. to ree V bosinesi mien, tremble' at -il.-' them. Sorely' thetie is" 3tcs Hneri tinie fo strike ho didi: ff" S W a name' that bad wlth'sdch sncceis mtt Eastftn train; qooUrte, d intwesting cality, and its for building lo'tt. My will be aold so.where UBOof guessing f -I have seen you on the battle-field marshalling ymir hoste to have seen ytra look- TH'F. Kopie 01 Smai vicmitpr, MinM a Riioi Ci'rivn ouwtantlj on .hinij a Vomori anil flin of Iho lutmi .tylMT Wd'boVf TiMWi't U QdutsoM residence on one of the pnacipnl streets, be applied tie Ifttch-key, and IcJ BIO Into a pleasant Utrto room on; ivtibnght Lung with .good paintings, and and llped wjth own single arm. I soenyonrint to flight a whole battallion. I know knows yoo. Your name is mouth.' I remembered what, be bad said about leaving bis veterans, and. ijad this harangue to divert bis tention. I paused to mark the ef- fect 'Doi ydfl keep insertionsT'he quick- is of a long and painful character. Moire than thirty years ayonng friend, highly an exhibited- tbe'course months bis was one now figured tiFIHe of followed, .Thfr Were a new Ifiing.; He iras not trained to meet them, and ten years of had-unatted bim to endore The Toss one twentieth bf his entire fortune, and enough t6'awaken a new demon in his ITeaYb demon dwelt there.- Their came- the; void-, house; and the exhausted b-rain, hav- way at_tho other -end -of Dexter tjme; I then. I through I 'toat was nearing came near doctor I But what hevscreamed again. V 'Thirty .seconds V ;Wbttt would I have not griyen for'a clue to that madmnn'ti fiifacyl jthlrty and ,W V toooks-.of erery. i t'Tate. i'; 5 ;t '''will .step .The chair --great' nnwield but comfprtaMe I threw niy feet npon- the fender, and T. leaned ,iacft ,oh tbft'' "to warn before I heard tho man upproacb the door, close begone out, to see. had no time, for a rtjy .wrists my And a bkudJMrcb.el luidl jtjjat raised, b'gher, that -it might gain mo- mentum
nd Increas- ing Hs speed 'at ewjt'pnff its gi gantic tocomotrvc: :i Hew was a -fbat mUled of neither no delay was no time taking it into I pu of enthnfliartlc. Joy. an> of tneee goods arain the 'a-sllent ptayer'thatit ttlghl "v: :Hs.l; M; mjnate of .one, of them fire Jiundred ifttk'l __ n ____ to aottrli will liS, .years .ago, applied tnfT nf the. third oyer-the course, I found that, jtfce cupied. He looking fel- was to run, and tbe more .ecidedjy atid easy expect, tbonghttfxero i far yonr brilliant accOnnnbdatibn chase; to submit to the chagrin of b ing-leTt; -witK I- ten to Anything witif B0pe'inna all this was bad tie Ire fits store together, ami taut tfegiimlng'ipiWig tree fcf the cooragcd me on my outward journey, terptike, 4nd ifli; atrepts, b the tife higa rtnto asked.-' -fcll ucb; -yonri at a eoaW.jnijchleM: d 11 ruble. onCtbat to whom he bad stated bis intended way .attracted their attentton. The rent pn found be pondered over tbe expediency of BB- money They were rarely matohed lit -energy andinhility, and'the road- to splendid gnccessrseemed open before: To make Off gradually I, gare .and tvind: back toAeetmy lateiand luconf d .find tbe depot: ter whose blnuderingstatemento were cause of all my; trouble.. .Without scarck that advanced to Witt the blaud recoenftirin bnt ;h an.d with what' I their peculiar co'ngratn'latloris, I leavo my bearers, fo'iniazineV ic' of- ficcof an editor bjr, the county Editing a paper ia %yery pteasant too, nujcii, poUtlcjl matter people won't have: it. bew 'l0 tolks they damn iay pVingihvn whif read are ceiynaredirar being -great i 3US. If wo spetk well of any xact 'resident folks we -do> n3" raitor. If remain Id our alf
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