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M'Kean County Miner, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1872, Smethport, PennsylvaniaMud a b i Uusi Nijiu. voted to tvs Grysta. Ogg bal . Vol. In. Smethp0rt, m Kean county thursday september 5, 1872. La cow u Tom Lake no in Mil i.-, b. By a Dell radar jul us bloat u Btu ism u pc dared. To lava in raw Kun i i a Ldoa ill by uak blow but. a Watt Iron isma rat. Obi. Of i Laal to Tom raua1 Skoal i a Cwm 4owm us flu Vlad. I Towel wit Tarm Udall ttab4 us Abruska or r kor Craft lower. on it help ill thu. To. La flu or to. To atm s.1i, Ami u bw4 Hack wu1u u to Kim flu Brar my adj lira opt alb Uchill dumb Kun err. Prtrt hour of r of Kluj. Tim Tara Iuliu Taall .ua4 Kyj i All by mkt Ali. Stun to. Myrtu Clear All Blackt Vai us Roll m no the. To Fri Waterm or ba4 p. Nil Orvek Lare Kod All land Alum. Lull of. Ten. Feriv. Id Frau Klinc Abott i in to Mim. I tax Muur i cry. And. Tomlin throb Fth the. Ii cub mud Tow the umbrella Utu. Ii l. Hah a. Child. A Young girl the Only daughter of a Exior widow removed from the country to Philadelphia to earn her living by covering umbrellas. The was very hand Glossy Black hair Large beam ins eyes and lips like wet Oral the just at that susceptible age when youth is into when the to be pervaded by that restless principle which impel to Seok perfection at a hotel near the store for which the worked an English traveler called Henry Stuart had taken lodgings Len was a strikingly handsome Man am of princely Carriage. As this Distin Kushed to Ranger passed to and from the hotel he encountered the umbrella girl and he was attracted by her in common Beauty. He easily traced to the store where he Toon after went to Purchase an umbrella. This was Fol lured up by presents of Flowers by the Wayside and invitations to walk or ride All of which was gratefully a of by the Unius petting rustic for was As ignorant of the dangers of a qty As were the squirrels of her native Fields. He merely playing a game for temporary excitement she with a Imad full of Romance and a heart melt ing under the influence of love was unconsciously endangering the happiness of her whole life. Lord Henry invited her to visit the i Blic gardens on the fourth of july in the simplicity of her heart she be linked All his flattering prof Swiont and c Maiderek Bride elect she therefore accepted the invitation with innocent f ran Knees. But she had no 81 to War on Nuch a Public coca with a gentleman of High rank. Whom really supposed to be her Des lined Hui hand. While these thoughts revolved in her mind her Eye unfortunately attracted by a Beautiful piece of silk belonging to her employer. Could the take it without being seen and pay for it secretly when she had earned Money enough y the temptation conquered her in a moment of weakness. The concealed the silk and conveyed it to her lodgings. It was the first thing had Ever Stolon and her remorse was treat. The would have carried u Back but she dreaded discovery. The was not that her repentance would be met in a spirit of on the eventful fourth of july the came out in her new dress. Lord Henry complimented her upon her elegant appearance but she not Happy. On their Way to the gardens he talked to her in a manner she did not compre Hend. Perceiving he spoke More explicitly. The guileless Young creature in hit face with a mourn Ful reproach and bunt into the Iio Blueian took Bur hand kindly and did. My Doar Are you an innocent to make a befitting a Bride of i what u Aronld Btu ootottdl1 would not heart of her poor widow red Mother temp if should know that child a i Ner Wrethel proved too True. The to her Arre Atod on Way to the Cora and dragged to Prim. Then the refuted All Nourian vat and wept in Many. On fourth Day. The keeper called on i Iago t. Hopper and informed him that there a Young girl in prison who appeared to be utterly and determined to die by the kind hearted Friend immediately went to her he of tend Ker lying floor of or Faoa g if her buried in it Banda heart would break. He triad to Comfort her but Ronld obtain no answer. Leate a Idhe to the keeper. Will to me. If there u no one to hemr.11 when they were left alone together he put Back the hair from her Laid hand kindly on her Beautiful head and Aid in soothing my of hit of louder me thy father. Tell me All Thon done. If thou Hart taken ilk let me know All about it. I would do for thee i would for my own daughter and i doubt not that i can help thee out of after a Long time Pant in in Naty the leaned her Young head gently on Friendly shoulder and of i i Wiah i dead when her calmed Aba tout him that the had ried a highly raspe Tabu maa a native of he own state. Being on a bit to Friend Hopper s Vicinity had again and again Post to he dwelling looking wistfully at the windows to catch a sight of him but when she attempted to enter her courage failed. Tea i must return Home to mor said and i could not go away without once More tuning and thanking him who saved me from she re called her Little boy. And said to him look at that gentleman Aad remember him Well for be was the beet Friend your Mother Ever with an Earnest invitation to bit her Happy Home Aad a fervent Ood bless you p she bade what will my poor Mother say when she second knows of my disgrace of due my remittance from Home perhaps we can manage that she not Home As expected and one Day i am. I am exclaimed with of what have i or done or Laid that you should ask me Tuch a strange question a the Trident sincerity of her i Tirril the deep of hotter nature. If you Are said he ool forbid that i should you otherwise. But you accepted my inv and so readily that i you understood whet on i said that you intended in Good to no Ken a wife f dough reared amid Shepro Exlee distinctions of rank he Felt to inclination unite. He blushed and was silent. Flip conventional of the Werkl stood in the or Eamoe of Itron Plecity. He conveyed w to her Humble Home and bade her Forroi a with a thankful hot had done no irretrievable injury Terr future prospects. Re Mem her would be to him the of last a her. The wound was deep. In the of her chamber she wept in bit of heart Over her mined air and that Drees which she had shall never know replied he. Alluring her by Hope he gradually obtained from her the whole Story of her acquaintance with the Nobleman lie bade her be comforted and take nourishment for he would see that the silk was paid for Aad the prosecution with drawn lie went immediately the her employer and told him the Story. This b the girl s first offence. She u the Only child of a poor widow. Give her a Chance to retrieve one false step and she May be restored to society a useful honoured woman. I will tee that thou Art paid for the the Man agreed to withdraw the prosecution and said he would have dealt otherwise by Tiu girl if he had known All the circumstances. Thon shouldst have inquired into the of the replied Friend Hopper. By kind of thoughtless Ness Many a Young person b driven into the downward path who might easily have been the kind hearted Man next proceeded to the hotel and. With Quaker Simplic Ity of speech inquired for Henry Stuart. The servant said his lordship had not yet risen. Tell him my business b of said Friend Hopper. The servant soon returned and conducted him to the chamber. The Nobleman appeared surprised that a stranger in a Plain Quaker costume should thus in Trude upon he luxurious privacy. When he heard his errand he blushed deeply and frankly admitted the truth of the girl s statement. He benevolent visitor took the Opportunity to Bear Testi Mony against the selfishness and sin of Proll Jacv. He did it in tub a kind and fatherly manner that the Young Man s heart was touched. He excused himself by saying that he would not have tampered with the girl if he had known her to be virtuous. I have done Many wrong said he but. Thank god t no betrayal of confiding innocence on my conscience. I have always considered it the basest of which Man b the imprisonment of the poor girl and the forlorn situation in which she had been found distressed him greatly. When Friend Hopper represented that the silk had been stolen for his Sake that the girl had thereby lost profitable employment and was obliged to return to her Distant Home to avoid the danger of exposure he took out a fifty Dollar note and offered to pay her expenses. Said Isaac Thon Art a very Rich Man i presume. I sea in thy hand a Large Roll of such notes. She b the daughter of a poor widow and Thon Hast been the of doing her great injury. Give me lord Henry handed him another fifty Dollar note and smiled he said you understand your business Well. Bat Yon have acted nobly and i reverence Yon for it. If Yon Ever bit England to see me. I will give you a cordial Welcome and treat Yon like a Noble aae Date of moras. The Story of the Early life and Strug Gles of the Ute prof. 8aml f. B. Morse. The inventor of the Telegraph an pretty Well known. Col. Brother. The port Crayon of the magazines. Tells the fal lowing Story of he Early life i engaged myself to become Pupil and subsequently went to new York and found him in a room a University place. He had three other pupils and i soon found that our processor had very Little patronage. I paid my fifty dollars that settled for oae instruction. Mores was a faithful teacher and took As much interest in our indeed thaa we did ourselves. But he very poor. I re the professor in. Aad said courteously Well. Strother. My boy How Are we off for Money Why i answered. I am sorry to say i have been disappointed but i expect a remittance next next week 1" he repeated sadly i shall be dead by that deed sir r yes dead by i was distressed and astonished. I said would ten dollars be of any service ten would save my life that is All that it would i paid the Money All that i had. And we dined together. It wat a modest meal but Good and after he had finished he said this is my first meal for Twenty four hours. Strother Don t be an artist. It Beggary. Tour life depends upon people who know nothing of your Art. And care nothing for you. A House dog lives better and the very sensitiveness that him to work him alive to suffer will Anu. Kau Field who b writing for the Paris of Gaitur a of _ Fiat Aad Leaea up at Kaiser Wilhelm. She i Don t know whether it be the enact of Beer or Victory but certainly 1 never saw such a eat Imasd inor ipg these their complacency b absolutely exasperating Ana i do not wonder that mar none fisa Nhomi Are driven Elaudo Ewud by the of a or Tauaa helmet a settled about their facet hate suggests eternity rather thaa time Aad to death with each Imper Trabu lib Sevetus impossible. As to the by Percy. last lag by being Active at to five Many men an at fifty five. He b Tun Moon and to every German Man woman and child at bus. I gave great offence to one woman by saying that he looked very much like other which is True a Hootch Man Here Ibling him so closely a to be called the emperor Aad excited indignation in the breast of a Patriot by meekly inquiring about the Imperial income and expressing Surprise at he ignorance of the amount. It no difference what the Kaiser s income replied the irate prussian resenting the innocent question As though i had accused the Boyal family of Highway Rol few millions More or odour be one an Roans Wincil of possessing All that we eat or drink toe top of the Windpipe without a tide Ever rtt Iago larger thaa a the very not at wallowing Over the open top of it a Fleshy trap door which so closely that not evea a partion of air can Bat u the ii Taatofa Wal lowing it up with a we go of breathing if both bad Low anything too Large Tab trapdoor. Being at the Are lowest part of the Pas Sage b kept apart Litls Efat can enter the Lavaca Aad web Ian of Unatan Gaoat bar a Aibuks m the Apple of by Eye. Aad a Plain fans he bettor thaa been who Are Vaia of their Pise of Obbert. Is. And we a i re remained with professor Morse three years and then separated. Home years afterwards i met him on Broadway one Day. He about the before a trifle older and somewhat rudder. I asked him How he was getting along with his painting and he told me he had abandoned it that he had something better he believed and told me about his proposed Telegraph. I accompanied him to his room and there found several Miles of wire twisted about and the Bat Tery which he explained to me. His Pic Tures finished and unfinished were lying about covered with dust shortly Congress made an appropriation and Morse on the High Road to wealth and immortality. Farewell replied the qua Ker though much to blame in affair thou. Too Hast behaved nobly. Mayest Thon be Blest in Domestic Lite and trifle to More with feelings of poor girls not even with those who Lave been betrayed Aad when the girl was arrested she had sufficient presence of mind to assume a Sabe name and by that her True kept out of the Newt said she for my poor with the Money name had papers. I did this riven by lord Stuart the silk was paid or. And she was sent Home to her Mother Well provided with clothing. Her name and place of residence forever remained a secret in the breast of her Noble Bene Factor. Yean after transpired a Ady called at Friend House and asked to see him. When he entered the room he found a handsomely dressed Young Matron with a Blooming boy of i or 6 Yean old. She quickly to meet him and her voice choked she Friend Hopper do you know Mer he replied that he did not she fixed her tearful upon him and said you once helped me when in great but the Good missionary had helped toe Many in to be Able to recollect her without More pre major Tatiom. With a tremulous voice bade her son go into the next room for a few then drop Ping on her Knees she hid her face in his Lap and sobbed out i am the girl who stole the silk. Of where should i mow be if it had not been a traveller in Abaca Folia journeying from Pfilf to Basle i saw at a distance of about two Hundred from me a Large dog leave Road and enter the Brushwood. The door belonging to my companion a native of absorb was about to follow the strange dog but was recalled by he master. No no Yon must leave him alone he b on duty it not do to later rapt i looked to him for an explanation of the mystery conveyed in he words. He then told me that dogs were trained to bring smuggled goods such watches ac., from a Witterland into Alsace by Means of a kind of Saddle fastened to the Back. The manner of training the dog was this the dog b Well fed at Home Aad then after a while fad across the Border to the Village where he b to receive he Load. He in shut up for with out food and moreover Beatea by Masan dressed a the uniform of a custom House official. Won the dog b tet at Liberty he naturally tarts for Home at a double Quick Pace. Of the Way that b on the High Road which he is pretty Sura to take people Are stationed with whips or loaded with peas. Which Are Fred at him. Until he learns to take Refuge from All strange men in the Brushwood. Two or three such Les Are sch client to make the is Gacomis animal comprehend what b required of him and he then becomes the Best con Traba dist going. Six dogs can thus support their master. A soft Teand Buo. Bev. Asel Backus d. D., was a Grad uate of tale Aad became president of Hamilton College. It was in the Good old Days whoa they had prayers Aad before breakfast that Early rising in order. The Chapel Bell was moderate in Eide and Feeby in utter Ance Aad if neoame a standing for i did t hear the Bilir at last one morning the presi Dent himself was late at morning prayers Aad be opened the Bibb to the Eer Rioe. Delighted the by endorsing their own threadbare excuse the fact Byoung Genue i did t hear the Bell and no wonder for h scarcely makes More noise than would the shaking of a fur Cap with a sheep s Tell for a on big Bull Thistle b a favorite in european Wanbae Aad oar of Smilisa Murlun does duty abroad As the Ameri Oak velvet Plant thai the petted Aad Pottel fowl of Awo Taar. Great ability but surely Man who discovered Bismarck and who follows he suggestions must appreciate ability in others. That he mind b eminently practical itself constantly and that he dbl ikes ostentation b proved by he life at Ems. Dressed quietly in a suit of Pepper and he among the people accompanied by a member of the court drinks he water at the Spring like everybody else shakes hands with he bows to everybody Aad discourages ceremony of All kinds. When the Kabor font went to bus he sent for All the receiving them most cordially and sitting of the end of a table during the entire inter View. Upon taking leave of them he said remember gentlemen that when you meet me Yon Are not to know me. Fer i am a poor Man and cannot a Fibre to buy Many was a polite Way of informing the gentlemen that it was a great bore for him to return salutations and that he had rather not be Megni Sefl no physician of Ems will be found removing he hat at approach of emperor. He reference to poverty b not a frequent. Upon the birth of oae of the Crown children a Cour tier with whom he chanced to be walk ing Drew the Imperial attention to a trinket remarking that it would be a suitable present for the Happy Mother. A t replied the cautions Wilhelm that would be a bad precedent for if my daughter on adding to her fam ily a has begun i should eventually be ruined. I am too poor for such sex not Long ago he received a Beautiful Gold Aad Silver Escrito ire a Token of gratitude from a wealthy banker whom he had ennobled for largely endowing an Hospital. Gating at the Superb gift Wilhelm remarked my subjects Are better off than i am. I cannot afford to make my Inch costly t whether the Kaiser b frugal unto me nees.1 do not know but that he not believe himself hedged in by divinity b certain. I dined with he majesty said a German whose position b not higher than that of a hotel treasurer. He is very Frank and Friendly. Fancy Queen Victoria doing anything of the kind Bally 1 Why. She lectures Prince and of on their want of . Aad tells them that if they an not More careful they will be common the Yon know Are her cousins. Kaiser frequently gives dinners to the Ota osts near Here and in fact any person in govern ment employ either civil or military b eligible to Tab distinction which b considered ample compensation for exceedingly meagre salaries. How these people can afford to live at All b a mys the Kaiser b very like he photo graph Only he b not quite at Good look ing. Portly but not obese in figure he re a English country . Or a solid shrewd Man of Boiton. What Bohia a Force he head up a obstinacy while then b a extreme thickness of neck Aad breadth of cerebellum that indicates unusual fight ing proclivities and a Bull dog tenacity. I should that it would be difficult to Pound a new idea into header an old one out. I have no doubt that Monsieur on Dit b right la asserting that Bis Marck has much difficulty in obtaining the Imperial consent to Many necessary changes that Are retarded in Donee Quenroe. Aad that the great against the Jamie been the work of much time and Stirt less argument. When a Man not become King until he b sixty Yean of age nor emperor until he b sixty nine b Likely to less open to conviction than one born in the Pur ple or inheriting a Crown at a earlier he Mydy Rok Pronov by Bast remedy for Ivy Poison b Sid to Sweet spirits of Nitro. Bathe the freely with the fluid thre Tor four a Day and next Moraig naut left which there b to to Swallow. If it be taken and picked apart it will appear to be made of Little strings Tough and these attached to the which were he we d and if in eating Aman a Sharp i and cat his wholly in two he May put Twe or three of those in Hie Mouth Aad Chew Aad Swallow Witheat danger but if the Knias is Dull and not Divide the wholly two pieces May be tied together with oae of Little strings and while you have oae part nearest the Lethe other May be near the Teeth and both held by the string which holding the two together Aad hanging across the trap floor prevents it opening death Fonow in an in hence the pro tidal value of Sharp knives at the dinner table. A Lone hair in a Mouthful of food May to entangle it in the of Wal lowing As to canes a choking death what meant by by a string May occasion a choking death in the name Way if not carefully Trung. Hence Ell food should be Cut be taken into the month in Small pieces chewed thoroughly Aad swallowed deliberately. Most have suffered considerable inconvenience from Home using go the Tesu. While go off readily is to at the Bottom of question. The truth a. A prefer h heal Traad Terry aware of their generally Lay out to a . And in succeed. They Don t Aspira to capture with princely but Are will bag to take aay thing resp Oahu Aad love worthy that Providence May throw u their Way. The Rock ahead of our haughty Aad coquettish is Amidio Ueless. They reject Aad reject until nobody cares to woo them. Men Don t like to be snubbed or to be trifled a a that Trout ads of pretty women learn too late. Mrs. Hannah More a very excellent and Penon who kaew whereof she wrote recommends every so married sister to accept the offer of the fint Good sensible Lover who fads fat her Way. But ladies whose Mirror Clamour of vanity ing the wrong u by a Angie drop of water or atom of food a Crumb or other thing Ping into the Windpipe or falling Down to the lungs causing an instantaneous spiteful angry dry cough itis because nature alarmed by a unnatural and unwelcome visitor and her Only of ejecting the intruder. If the particles Are urge or heavy the surgeon must be called to Cut open the Windpipe and above the substance. A person cannot laugh or Tusek a word unites the top of the Windpipe uncovered but if a laugh provoked or a word attempted Toh spoken while in the of swallowing and just be fore the particle fully passed the trap door it b raised a Little a drop or a of Umb Falls into it Aad hence the mis chief. In eating do not attempt to until the Wallow u Clear. Aided by the s them pm they were born for Conquest pay to heed Tooch advice it a Bote wort thy fact that homely girls generally get better than tall to the lot of their Beautiful Sisters. Men who Are caught merely by a pretty face Aad Fig ure do not a Rule amount to much. The practical useful thoughtful por Tion of Mankind b winery Content with a pretending excellency. Aff Carrum. A English manufacturer published some useful Hinte of Tufa subject for a few of which we make space lest the colors become tarnished Aad prematurely destroyed it u a airy dry room the which a moderate amount of Light u admitted Aad which not have connection with the tabla Aad Remote from the manure Heap. Varnish Aad the Colon both of painting and lining. A Carriage should never under any be put away dirty. In watching a Warrian keep it out of the us plenty Atwater. Which apply when practicable with a or take care that the find the following remarks which All and publishers will agree in calling a Tibb in a Exchange Aad commend them to the attention of the Reader. They will apply to All local. La which circulate the where Are they t a Dollar Here Aad a Dollar mattered Over the Small All Over the country Miles Aad Miles apart How shall they be fathered to Gether the paper maker the journey Man comp Reitor. The building owner. . to him a carrying aet uses j and improved with a a we vean that our urge cities will be Almota depleted of their after the of working Oain each Day. That a in new York fait will every a Vetiac take of Tho Malatk of tired Token from or evea fifty away where evea the poorest Caa get Elax Only Lodgia i and . A Load a. Where the for transport Alioa an Tea to which we w Are bag Isaiac to help a to tit that the the dil Moode have out and a their data Welb have been d by oae. H a Meta Skaare i abated upon a. I Are you poked up by the Bee Kerful a then win Dapp ice Nawaa Aad to i by by that the hoi an Arboga Gold. Waad All fused Oral y rape weasly Wraage of Leaf with the Emu tree he had beam drinking at the door Ofa div Bra far wat aay Trace of Noboa will he found. If the be Rokea. So to allow the Nitro to ague uses the out Appuzo Alioa will be Obat the a Piralta of Nitro May be pre pared by dissolving oae Nart of Altrue Ether in b parts Ether of common Aloe us a swung lady in Lea. N. By. Recently sold her hair which wat about Long far fifty five dollars. Baez a get a using oat of her own Bead if it pro Daom a drop waited upon by Xairiek a Tael. To whom he gave the pass word. Whom the following peed a Aad be an meter 0-Wright the Oread worthy patriarch amid Jbv Toa Anat Aboujr right my Friend but Why do you Aak the question r to Tell be urn tenth. Tea. Sir. Aad shame the Mia Pat Yedo be having the right Pesa word for a Boa of by the got the Saint fat Wariek Yvita got wrong largest Bara a Vania b on farm of Jacob so old Berka aids Smriti lit pea asyl a Earl of Shaftesbury Laid the ant Ofa work agma out of Load a of which twelve dred each having a mull plat of Laad. An to be nitty. Taeao Awan to be based at moderate Nab Aad the Reata an to apply to the that a ago Tombal Nutase jul a a few deed of he the Pua Tab a Abobo Olavi Tiab to the agora Tao of the j. Mere Liberal thaa that of the Bari . Both of loaf try of Wau. The latest thing Ioa oped by the Avory Alai Ampar who by Dajad a a Cook. Upon her kith a the other Day she was not a Hittle fart Aarto the bar to of the City Tor the n. St Vetios of crop for the will rive Slauo idea of will be of their we have to Omax in ing Acai Aat Wear at Green gear. By ook Aad ring which had of the Light Tafuri Kramb Aow Buou thru Bra. 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