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Smethport M Kean Miner (Newspaper) - December 13, 1864, Smethport, Pennsylvania18 published eve Kkt tuesday by at a Pakoua county a. Office West Side of Nobuo bq0abe Whan payment j for Moro tha Tift Atli Toniu will charged. Fiat Jas of advertising. Applied with Lye it Mornant of Joh Tyl k Annj muting Nute Rui of and we Era prepared to do nil o ornamental of ill Loulu Illing Bonk pomp Lou Civet Potera Bill with Nett Ojiri Anil on remit Nuble Terma the mysterious 8ailcb. B7 Comstock. F. B. Jbacs4ett, attorney Ami Counselor at , Cameron county a. A prow attention paid to Rollic Lodr and All Bux Iupps relating to real estate. New a birth shop. The subscriber Lias recently Isle we Niimi Iklo in Hie Block ii Iesh ii in the old Baniul Fri arty Nocun Ivd w Miles Irons he in prepared Exir Utphall Kint of work up on the lowest to Rex and in the most satisfactory Raimer. A cog is Jroski in the latest and most aim All work done i Ilic shortest police. Jackson gjume3. Smethport april j9ih, 18ti4, 1-33. New Spring and most Al pm oven just Itic Kiskad by mrs. W. at the Resil Ricc of Julin Hull up Blairs her Slock consists of a an Borotra Eaton Domett time suss jacket and Mantilla patterns As assortment of Flowers till looks ac., the arc rt-hiieclfullj1 invited to Ca her work. Jiuu Liport May 2, 1si14. I was b whale Man just from Kant while he ship was in the Guif sure Baer Ved As i stood at the Helm that Xiver Eavion passed Between the e Sod the mate in regard to the owner m Kean co., pa., dec no. 24. He looked sniper Solo the inst to came Down to the Baaij the m think Bis voyage is pretty near weather in Fiji we get the Cal Putnin turned partly round me an order and then said his chief cd fiver you know anything about Eon of his 8 p. Kun Yedek. Comer of Muir a Mill lock. Pay in pianos Minu to of . Voorm paper Kisool a. Second hum 1 inns Tull a in 250 Ria nos. 250 Jeffi. Bettcker having removed to his non Ware room 19 West Houston strut new York pleasure to cell if the at it Tenn of the Public to to h and full Scata 7 Octav 1 1 Over hash Krench in ital action slurp 1 Edul dad full Iron t Aarau from to 71-4 Kanu f1ano tots finish from to Urcil nut cent Utt nil d. In kerb scale piano Forten o it if. A sufficient a nor for their Superior to. They Only need o be heard to be coup uni vermin favourites Fortes for notch the prize medal Rece tej at the last american Institute he now offers for or. Duiker s Biclie Toad and powerful on we lib received the Al fit Price in 1869and 1860 and 1 pc wine it the lust fair he now offers at the following Low prices varying from to these Superior instruments possess off Clem Poire to Lead a congregation of 1000 persons in my Church. A these instruments Are warranted Tota made of of Well mentioned materials and Regga Ted in the Bent St be. N nn4 san genre Are respect juy inv Lud to examine Turoso very Superior Iii i Only know sir that he is jul College be a been off the Island to Ever since he was knee High to a to must be Chuck full of learning by to them that s see n Bim says he s a Fine Well built voting Man that looks Rno a Granny dear than a College bred it s Likely the business will fall i lands very observed the a singly. Yes sir the old Man can t h much longer. I heard that As soon trac to the Island he was to have to Ness cried the Captain. Bat you know answered the that these youngsters ate never so St be old ones what s that to interrupted Ali Ain in so cautious a manner that the Boobed up As if be thought it was Tain slush Down All three said the f the wite to Alphenus one morning just us he Hove in sight of Juan Fernandez. He Alpheus took the bucket and proceeded tej to work in the Moat leisurely manner it Ron t waa r Ghl before be had finished the Job. Now Ain t you a Suberly give bound said the officer As Alpheus came Down from aloft. Aleph us said nothing though several of the Crew grinned at him As though they coincided entirely with the mate. In fore we bad reached the Sandwich islands however the continued ill usage Board the ship had served to Combine the Crew More closely together and even the hauteur and laziness of Alpheus were for gotten. Yet a Hearty laugh was raised at the expense of the Young Man when one of the Crew expecting punishment Alpheus promised to Nee his influence in favor of Bis downcast shipmate. We were lying at Honolulu a Sailor had run away and bad been caught and brought on Board the ship by several a lives employed to ferret out deserters among the mountains. The poor fellow was in Irons and As the cup tin had promised to flog him within an Inch of his life the Prospect was not quite so ambrosial As a poet s dream. Never mind said Al Beun con Solinsly i will do what i can for there was a general Roar and even poor a i bad overheard the conversation Between he Captain and the mate in he Gulf i found Little difficulty to recognizing to Alpheus the Young collegian the son of the owner who Hod taken a romantic notion to ship is a common Sailor and see for himself How the men were treated by Gap. Johnson. Having found from is thai the Captain bad realty become an altered Man our Young owner continued him in command of the ship. Gis Aht bus w Yolk. Efforts such coded in getting co roman ship. It is not difficult therefore to Hend the state of the Captain s mind a Blu he Contemp lated the substitution of for the father. The Eon might d Lim immediately on the re Tern of t of the Onopre he son Scharge ship Ajr Reea. A card to invalids. A Clergyman while residing in South America is a discovered a Fife and remedy for fac cure of nervous weakness Early decay. Disease of Tho Uri nary and seminal organs and the whole train of Dimir Cru brought a baneful Aud vicious habits. Great mimic re ii ave been already cured by to lib Noble remedy. I ramp Tett by a Lex ire to Benefit Llie afflicted and unfortunate 1 will wild Tho recipe for preparing Aud using thin Medicine in a scaled envelope to any unc. Who needs it Rokk or Csahok. Please enclose a stamped to yourself. Address t. A Boras new York City. Attention ladies of a homely disagreeable Veteran of the tenth array corps who having no correspondence with any Beauty the North wishes sonic of the in ironed of Moke an county to drop him a few Linen for fun Mutual improvement and Matrimony slim tuis cruel War is Vhiet Ograth m exchanged if do wired. Address cow Noel k. R , Light rat cry. D. 4th i. S. Artillery Loti army corps near Java. To inn Tucket their was nothing ble therefore to Captain Johnson in change of owners. She mate Well understood that be had disturbed the Captain s mind by spec King of the old Man s withdrawal from bus incas and he changed the subject. Must be discipline on to Ard o the said he and i m think re that we be got some pretty Tough Sticks to Han dle. There s Bat Alpheus Bailey has a lurking Devil a the Corner of his Vej mutinous dog or. Anti. Nous Why Don t you speak out and that s strange too in b Green added the mate. Now if he was and old of War s Liin it w Ould be c a Nat Raj As a chaw of Pigtail there s much t in of that kit d in the forecastle or Barney but give me in old Salt in preference to those raw Jorjies that Lon t know Nuli Spike from Ttye Fly Jib won and grumble because they Don t Lave their muffins no hot every morning j route grumble to Oaid bar by nodding Bis head thread ninety i think we can keep Tjem from spitting in our cried the Captain a pull on the Lee braces or. Bar Ney keep her off 8 steady As she goes this discourse Between tie Captain and mate sounded to me very ranch like s dec Bob himself could not help smiling As he knew that Alpheus was the last Man in the ship whose word would have any Rale with the capt tin or indeed with anything else on Board. Alpheus showed no More emotions than Apoi Poisett a Camp meeting. Nobody was surprised at that. We had been accustomed to Bis peculiarities but when on the next morning the Captain came on Board in a towering passion and roared like a Bull for the offending Bob and ordered him to be seized up to the rigging and flog ged we All turned our eyes upon Alpheus wondering what his temerity might attempt. Was stripped to the Buff and be need up in the main rigging by the the Captain stepped Forward with a piece of rattling in by hand to commence the flogging. To our Anifla Zinent Alphuns walked boldly no to the Captain snatched the rope from his hand and drawing out his Sheath knife began to Cut the Maliuga by which Bob s limbs were bound. Cup twin Johnson stepped Back Pace and fairly frothed at the month while the mates ran up to Collar the audacious youth. Lay r Finger on me if you dare " Crid Alphens to the officers in a tone of haughty do finance and assuming an attitude that would Hava done credit to Forrest or Mac ready in coriolanus. The mates hesitated. Seize the mutinous scoundrel " shouted Captain Johnson. Knock him Down with a Cleaver i break his stand Back you impertinent Varlet St exclaimed the youth and taking a strip of paper from bosom he handed it to the Captain. The latter glanced Over it and Lient. Gen. Grant arrived in this City from the front on saturday afternoon and took at the Astor House where he was joined by mra. Grant and his two sons. His business in new York was entirely of a private nature and he therefore Send a personal request to the City press that no mention either editorially or otherwise. Should then be made of his presence Here. In compliance with his the papers refrained from any allusion to his movements and even be ovation be received a6 the Fenton reception on Satur Day evening was passed by in silence. At 2 o clock yesterday afternoon the Genera left the Astor House and took the cars for Baltimore in route for City Point where be will doubtless be found at his Bead quarters to night when the Veteran Union club complimented the governor elect with a serenade they Little thought what a distinguished guest would Grace the Occas Ion with Bis presence. It was Only after much Ssali citation that Gen. Grant consented the come Down to the reception room and occupy a seat by the Side of gov. Fen ton. His Entrance was greeted with a with his own Hope Ncnees that they cannot help reiterating he 07 of the Veteran Union club and die prayer of All Loyal men god bless Yon. General god bless Man who voted for Washington a Bis in an most certainly the Only in stance in which a voter for George Saefa in ton frill again veto at a presidential election we print the following interesting account from the Springfield re publican Deacon John Phillips of this town who is one Hundred and four years four months and nine Days old appeared at the town Hall and deposited his ballot for president Ial electors and state officers. He was brought id a Carriage and then conveyed into the Hall in a choir supported by a. Platform of our returned soldiers and received by the citizens of the town rising from their seats with uncovered Heads amid the tears and Heartfelt emotions of ail present after reeling for a moment. Strange detection a Case Baa been under nation in Albany which Howe what trivial Circum stances Lead to the detection of the secret murderer. Owen Thompson a cattle dealer York accustomed to in Chaae fax to by Market usually carried on Bio Genoa or on his Verito on the 19th of september he bad been engaged All Day at West Albany but bad made no purchases. He went out Iatha evening with a stronger to look at some cattle bad come from Saratoga and were placed in the most Remote pens in the next Day at Sunrise he was found dying his head broken with along shot it is step Poh dts Money and a Check for gone. Who had done the deed who was the stranger that bad Thompson off to show him the a Man with a slouched hat bad been seen with Thompson. He had bantered him about bating and offered to stake to shop Sands upon Lincoln s election. Thozid Pavo offered to put up any amount on the other aide. He prod seed his Well stuffed and it was noticed the stranger Stock to him All Day after this. One of the drovers Genter of tribe s till recollected the Man who had asked him did t you twp bar Tan t i been you but though be magistrates of Albany offered a Reward of arid the drovers added to it there was no clue to the murderer. A month afterwards As the drover Cen Ter was Riding in the cars u Schenectady he fell into accidental conversation with a pcs Ringor who after a few Brief words o _ bar the venerable Patriot expressed a desire to j abruptly asked Haven t you of it bar shake bands with a 1 the returned soldiers somewhere Haven t 1 seen you before shake bands with a 1 the returned soldiers. Some thirteen soldiers then formed in line when each one was introduced to the patriarch and took him by the band with the announcement of the to Tiff each bad served in the army. The last Soldier introduced a or. King an irishman said he had served the country three years and. Had enlisted for three years More Anu if you he replied i Muat have seen you at West the passenger denied this but Genter replied yes i no sore and i arrest Yon As the murderer of Thompson the Man s Sloop bed hat bad been replaced by another his moustache had disappeared Bis dress was different. It was the does duration of War against the Crew a id where hostile be elms exist without a cause Small spark is sufficient to a great fire. From that time Forward it to a easy to perceive that the Young Man Eal us Bailey was regarded suspicion Captain and both his mates y be difficult to Tell Why unites to cause he was o strapping fellow i of might be a dangerous follow in Case of blows. It was not difficult however for the fast that the Crew Gene with no evil Eye upon that Youn for be was not Only ignorant of s but be was also disinclined to took matters very easy. Ecu the is of Hie shipmates seemed not turned As Pale As death. He glared at Alpena As if be had seen a ghost. I forgive Yow offences this said Alpheus but the Captain looked Down but made a motion to Bis mates to Cut Down Bob from the rigging. The mates As Well As the Crew seemed to be in it dream. Bob was Cut Down Bat he could not keep his eyes from Alpheus who had suddenly become the observed of All observers.1 Alpheus descended into the Cabin with the Captain and neither of them appeared on deck during the Day. Three Days afterwards Alpheus went on Board a homeward bound vessel and sailed for the United states. The conduct of the Captain underwent b change from that hour. The rest of the voyage was both pleasant and successful and every one won account dered who was Alpheus Bailey and Bow he contrived to effect so great a change. A. Never Beard his real name mentioned but when the ship reached Home be come d Al be y by the it would be shout of applause bursting out from the heart of every Man there present the Hom nge of the people to their great victorious Leader. No words can express the wild enthusiasm of the moment cheers for Grant rang Froais floor to ceiling and the audience looked upon that modest unas suming Man whom half the continent fears and the other half adores. He positively refused to speak although repeatedly called non. Voices in the crowd called out Rise no general we want to see the general Rose bowed and sat Down amid cries from All parts of the room of god Teaa Yow general. God Wesa Yon to Gen. Sickles be delegated the Honor of returning his thanks for the flattering recep. Lion. His reticence on this occasion his resistance to the inducement to say at least a few words was Bat an illustration of the obstinate firmness of his baying once determined to do or not to do d thing will not allow him to deviate from Bis purpose. The general received very few visitors during Bis stay in the City. On sunday evening be called on Lieut Gen. Scott at the Hoffman House Bat it believed to have been nothing More than an unofficial visit of con Teoy. To those whom he Hon ored by receiving them at Bis rooms his manner was cheerful his conversation Hope Fol and Bis views of the situation most As Suring. No one can hear him talk with out being profoundly impressed with the Force of a character combining immense Power with the most unassuming modesty. His presence fascinates Bis Eye eng nafees Yon and you cannot look in Bis face listen to his few Calm quiet words and go away doubting Shat Grant b master of the. Situa Tion and knows it to gentleman of this City he said on sunday afternoon Shell. That was not Long of Tough to subdue the lion the the tonn of voice that were rebellion he Wae ready Tor another three i the Marka of identification. Years. After this three Hearty cheers were Given for the re turned soldiers and three rousing cheers by the whole Assembly for the old soldiers of the col. Edward Phillips eldest son of after the arrest other proof Gordon arrested had been spending Money recently with great Freedom. He had paid out two Bill of one Hundred dollars each on the Park Bank at which Thompson venerable Deacon now in the year i had Den Lings. He was a Abib Leea Dubon speech to i he and carried a bad character then made an in Pront in tote course of which he said that he was the oldest Man in the town who was born in town and yet said he Roy father is and still the old Man was then presented with two Seta of Voton one for Abraham Lincoln and one for George b. Mcclellan nod requested before All present to take his Choice when h e re ached out Bis hand and in an audible and deep toned Bass voice said i shall take the one for a Brahan the town then voted that the chairman of the selectmen present the ballot Box to the old gentlemen who took his ballot with both bands and deposited it in the Box Sta Ting that he and voted for Washington Tor i Freisem Ana Ati Naea big Ine i re Siam Ian elections Reinee excepting that four years ago when he was sick and did not attend. Into the army and made it worse he was traced to the night of the murder and probably lode Down to the depot after the crime and took the train. The servant girl the Black Barber and others at the hotel identify him with More or ims positiveness. But not upon this single Tom and Ajoue did Justice depend for a clue. There was gathering about Gordon a we Woven Bis own guilty hands in which be Goon would have brn involved. Many eyes had watched him before Bis crime and not a few followed his traces afterwards. There m h moral in this tale of y. World. Would lose fifty Tao band a military officer puts in an a the following preamble and resolutions plication for a furlough on the simple were thin presented to the town meeting ground of urgent private business be a i. Which were adopted by n unanimous vote whereas oar very venerable and highly respected fellow citizen Deacon John who is this Day one Hundred and four years four months and nine Days old and who yet retains his menial and physical faculties in a High whereas he Baa travelled some to Milra to attend this town meeting and a deposited his ballot for presidential electors and state county and town officers therefore. Resolved that this be entered on the records of the town As a lasting Rae Moria of his undying patriotism and Devotion to country and a an incident perhaps in parallel in the Ronala of our government. Bin abridge. Mom., nov. 8tb. 1864. F looked Novice mens Bip Ork and proach o move on Board of her the wharf and shaking bands with the Crew bailed us As old ship it ates Southern is a Merf i know it. I am sure of it. It is a hollow Shell and Sherman will prove it to the Calm modest consciousness of Power with which this was said More than the words themselves conveyed to his visitor an unqualified conviction of the general s remarks. In answer to ques Tion whether in Bis opinion ninety would bring the end he said with a grim smile Lam not a ninety Day Man but we shall see what will happen in Siz the significance of these words from the commander a chief of or armies with the sense of his knowledge and Power Over the whole subject which Hia manner imports cannot be underrated. Gen. Grant knows and believes what be says and be is not accustomed to express his views with out due Coraide ration. From the move. Men t of Gen. Sherman it a evident be expects great results Aad in the Success of Bis operations he has the Moat perfect Confidence Soring him yet he so impressed those few card As a sugars and candies do not injure the Teeth except indirectly by their injudicious use in exit Irig acidity of stomach or dyspepsia As will ony other kind of food or drink or Bever age if extravagantly used. A t seasons of the year when fruit and berries May not be Ripe fresh and perfect a desserts pure Stig and candies May be used a such m their Stead to great advantage because they Are healthful being wart nip nutrition and agreeable hence As a table article they Are very valuable Wofle the almost Universal love of them shows that they were intended to be eaten. If a child is not Al Lowed to eat anything containing sugar it will sicken and die in very Short children need the fuel con tinned in keep them warm with out it they would from cold Bence the love of new tit things is an instinct implanted by the kind and Wise maker of us All for the child s preservation there Are a. Parcel of stupid creatures in the Woid Whoso Stock in Trade of brains and logic amounts to this that whatsoever a Good is it a not advised that Chil Dren should be allowed to eat sugar and Candy whenever they want it but that a a dessert after each regular meal the Dae of pure sugars end Candras would Benefit and not injure. A journal of health a mistake. In a recent speech Gen. Logan of Illinois related the following anecdote which brought Down the crowd. Couple of irishmen no deserted from the rebel army and reached Chicago during the convention heard at night Ryn Ders and others making speeches in favor about m Likely to g to it of being Fruck by Gigli lining. A Maine officer applied for one however stating that if it was not granted he should lose the Ira Ott d attention at Headquarters find the officer was Dew red to Forward a statement of How he would lose it. To did so to the effect that he d been in the army without leave of absence for two years that he engaged to a Young lady Worth that there was another follow after her and thai she had Writus to him the t if he did not come Home and marry her right away she would have the other Man. He got Nis furlough. An officer Down in Georgia the following one night ont on the line and observed a Light on the Mountain opposite. Thinking it was a signal Light of the enemy remarked to his artillery officer that a Bale could easily be put Bro age it. Whereupon the officer a charge of toe gun Taid do Yon see that Light Derf yes the Corporal sighted Bis gun and when All was ready be looked up and said Captain that s the Don t care for was the ready response a Bote through it sketch opah Oil Pesce. A letter yom a traveler in the near Oil regions of Pennsylvania says were paddled across the Creek by aged Fleen heir to a and cab Aad with but one Suspender to keep courage and Bis trousers Why is a Beauty Ike the engine of a because she draws a train after scatters the Sparks transports the mails males and makes us forget time and space. S the next Motr Ftp of representatives of Birtren bites will tic without. Democratic re Armenla of Jtj a there tit gome danger that to democratic tarty win become file Etionne of the South. Of know where we to be no Tabit we re Back id the Southern con an Bedad i see How it is a notable Fea Tirc in ibo Cirri Omar depart Raen of bet Failor fair at Boston if an at Dedham dated from 1638, by Means of which Poitr John nod him wife were accustomed to ride to Church on san on ankh Drew the plough during the refit of it is a ponderous affair of Wood and Iron. The new Tori Conr Pittee in charge of the we Der e thanksgiving dinner. Received or fifty thousand dollars a cake and Aldo that thavinh Condo Octor at Lowville took of j of thirty Tom and in Keyo. Be the wrong cud of the we went Ammian of All Hugh few bad the pleasure of other Buru we Ore 1 Luck to i ing Ali Micro

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