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Smethport M Kean Miner (Newspaper) - January 31, 1865, Smethport, PennsylvaniaIs eve he. Toe8h4t to bout us. N. V. At snot port a Fol Keun comity Apo. Office West Side Public Square Bates of Adver Tising and jobbing. Subscription in Advance 1 year. in i h the year. 26c of out Fujii Witban year Sou adm it and Kors notices each 0 times 2 50 Aai kor n Wyt ices a Nib 250 Kurt Tyr each 3 to men .2 50 Trau Lieut advertising per Square of 10 ii pcs or Lens 3 tidies or less .-1 50 for each subsequent insertion 60 official advert Jiuu fur each a quire of 10 lines or less 3 times or less -150 for each subsequent insertion 50 professional Cardu 5 year 6 00 notices per time 15 obituary Over 6 Linen 10 yearly Oiiver twiner one of Impf boo yearly two ski miss yearly 1500 yearly Tanh column 20 00 yearly of Balf co Lulu 35 in yearly . Out column 00 Dingle Pitre 2oy Lilann 3 it quire j 00 Litas Ike quires per Quiro 1 75 it links Over Quirt per jul re 1 50 handbills Al Ritli Sheet 2i or Low 1 my fourth Olio it 25 or .2 50 half Sheet m 4 50 Sheet 25 800 Over 25 of Euclid of a trove at proportionate rates -go., fa., Jan no. 30. Mirr of thru u Nair Tim it if Joh Type Tel we with it Large nil Etten no knitting urn i o to Ilu nil Kiwi Law work full inc Lii Ling Hannkn Pitin Phil of Cirrin i t l with f. It. I attorney . On Moron Lett cell Ifill a Iii Tinl All business relating to real Talir. New Al Acyl Smith sb1o1p. I lie Siadul fibrin Curljr Jle u i i c on Ilio , .11 by Miles Iron in. it in the must editorial har Bibbero Jan. 16tb, 1865. The organization of the legislature was Jer faceted with Jess than usual excitement Here was no opposition to the election of be Hon. Wra. J. Turrel of a speaker of the Senate neither had Geo. R. Hamersly in opponent for clerk of the me position which lie has filled Ith More than Ordinary ability most of in time for the Post 25 years. Or. Tur Rell is an affable dignified and scholar who adorns the position he Lias been called upon to fill. Hon. A g. Olmsted of Potter co. Was Al Cut d speaker of the House his name being the Only one presented in Tho Republican caucus. Eli is peculiarly for position being an excellent Ponilia mantarian and prompt and just in his decisions. Lam of the opinion he will make pm of the most Onci fit speakers that Ever presided Over Thi the very popular of the Hist session a. W. Benedict esq., of. Huntingdon county was again chosen to that responsible place. Or. Benedict hns the Confidence of his is n True Man and deserves tar be retained in a position the duties of which he is so eminently never before were Cauca inducements offered to veterans to re Entiat. Just reflect that for one year s service they get government Bounty besides it magnificent Breech loading Rifle Worth at the least calculation together with a local Bounty in most localities of five or six Bun dred dollars. Add to this the fact tha they Are to be commanded by a Genera who has no Superior for gallantry an bravery and who is loved by his men As the father is loved by the child and i can hardly imagine Bow a veterans of 2 or 3 years service can be induced not to re in list. I enclose a copy of the general s speech which should be published in the Miner if room can found for it. Morning a Bill was introduced in the sen note by or. Lowry which passed by a unan ruinous vote granting the veterans who t in the 1st corps the some benefits from our Strite Laws which other volunteers receive. This Bill will be a Law within 48 hours. L. R. By Guys Ilton Kiln the latest and Ait Hovaki i Elk. A11 work Lone the Slio test Polico. Jackson us inks. . April new Spring mullenary of tiie and most aim nov Khz stat is just ukr Kiski lib mrs ii. It tin Rani dance of John n atari. Mit mock con Lnu of a Beautiful us Vor Nicut of jacket and Mantilla patterns an Assoc Timen of k How kits ill Igns ac., the arc respectfully invites to cd Ami Ronni Iii in a Roix i. Corner of Muir m ill streets lock Ilven p 1iravk1c in Naxos rior to 1st, 1865. Col. Chimp Al informs me that the enrolments in his District could not be corrected in thu time specific a consequently if that order is strictly adhered to great injustice must result from it. He Hopes however that he draft will be made front lbs corrected enrol Necta now being made. The f on county must not forget that the Jonard meets in since port of the 2d and 3d Days of february next for the purpose f correcting the enrolment. Jan. If 18c5. It bos been known for some time past Bat considerable feeling existed Between or state and Federal authorities in refer Nee to the organization of what is known 8 the 1st or Hancock s corps which is to is composed entirely of veterans. Nov. Purlin has taken the position that men volunteering in this corps were not entitled to the Benefit Aris no from our state Laws. Jen. Hancock being a native Pennsylva Ian Felt desirous that part of his corps Lould be raised in this stifle and for a new Days past lie has been stopping in this to for the purpose of effecting some am arrangement with our state author ies. Last evening be was invited to and Russ the Senate in reference to the Organ z Tion of Bio corps. From Bis remarks i irn that the general govern men offers Bounty of. 6300 to veterans which is Aid to them when mustered in for enlist no in this corps besides the regular paid for which amounts o for one year for two years and for three years Soi vice. This irps will be armed with the most valuable. Recu loading a fld which b Given to the tidier when Bis term of service a Vilusi after to Iwasuke Louis Ville journal of wednesday Soj a that a few s before no Indian accompanied by two White men arrived in that City from Minnesota bringing with them a map of Cree from its Mouth to where Broadway crosses it and the Hill known As Preston Woods. It is said ice in a Correct diagram of the country there about picturing Cipry tree hollow Pond Etc., which have been seen there three generations since. That portion of the map which indicates the thick Woods Aud Ponds now the upper part of the City. The object of the Indian s visit and map is to recover a valuable treasure which his ancestors had hurried on the Bank of the Creek some below where Broadway crosses it and at the foot of the Hill. The treasure it is snid consists of Gold to the Vail us of two Rozillio Nihof dollars. We heard Yot crony that the party had actually began to Ubl tute for tue Stull and the Indian was engaged in St tapping off the Dis. Lance from the River As his Quap directed him. Bishop we Steley s Srail tonic. A hard thicker be required compensating sleep. Man from first to Hist is fight ing a Battle with death through the tissues. These Are wasted by labor but As Long As they can he fully renewed by food the Man lives and k Well. Otherwise he de cays and Dies. So with the brain it weak ens under continued protracted labor particularly at night. Sleep restores it to strength and fresh inclination and capacity for work. If sleep fail to do this or if sufficient sleep he not allowed for the repose and invigorating of the brain its Powers decay and even insanity May Supervene through overwork especially at undue times. No one knew this better that whale Ley who May be to have slept As fast As he could. Idle people Are not to Lake ii Sosa justification of their sluggard ism. When whine by f k f Iti Guc from overtax ing the in the Day Lime he would close his books and a it Iriti a of an hour after you might have seen the following instructive spectacle the first on which i Ever saw or. We Gateley observes a correspondent was under curious circumstances. I atom Nied my Lite Friend or. Field to visit pro of Morrow 3. J of delivered in the Senate of Pennsylvania january 16th, 1866. Coloured people in Passen Oer cabs. Or. Lowry on leave Given rend in place a Hill entitled an relative to the Exclu-1 Ationo. I have seen it made impossible for the friends and families of wet end wounded soldiers logo to Trejo on errand of mercy and Mise sous of lore. 1jmre been Soldier with but one other been Given to Bis a Mohibi from entering Ibe ears and forced to a Frodi his weary any through storm and Jaf knew. As Best he might outrages of ibis nature Sre Luwe to be of daily occurrence. What n spectacle for the civilized world to con template 1 a Soldier of the Republic hav ing done heroic Battle and risked his life that Bis country May live returning to bin Home in Philadelphia scarred and permanently disabled a denied Tutu Pricile Gas extended to the very lowest repulsive Vagabond of the by men for whose Sake and safety of per led All even Fife itself can we ration ally Hope to have the carte of War lifted from our land so Long of we tolerate such wrongs upon the Raci to avenge Whoso wrongs. God has let upon us the dogs of now i do not deny the right of a Refl rond corporation to exclude a individual Sion of coloured people from the cars of from in care for rubik sent cause. The passenger Railroad companies of this com i m re Accident of color is no Suttka Tut no in. Mon wealth. Referred to the committee on the Judi Ciarav. The Providence journal tells the following Story about a member of con Gress from the Pacific sends a flesh Bac woodsman to Congress who had never seen a Railroad till he Cine on this season. He bad heard much of the tricks of Shai pcs and was determined to keep his eyes open. He kept them open i wide that when the conductor came Aud Tore off the Coupon of Bis car ticket be seized officer by the Throat and made in end of before he could 1 u persuaded that no wrong bad been done. Man will make a Sharp representative at Washington. Rebel illustrated ing the brag of the Kich Inonu papers the Herald says finaly when Richmond with Jefferson Davis and the remaining conspirators enclosed surrounded and captured by Grant and Sherman j shall Cewe to be a rebel capital some fugitive from Richmond in some Unic Quested Marsh or Rice fluid will if possible get out an extra on the Tail of Bis shirt proclaiming to the world by nil that is sacred that the confederacy survives and has achieved its Independence. Vice Admiral David Lascoe Farragut was born at Campbell s station Tennessee not from Knoxville. His father was George fur ngut a native of Cita Detla in the Island of Minorca in the Mediterranean who came to this country in 1776, and served in the Continental army in the revolutionary War. The vice Admiral s Mother was Elizabeth Shine of North Carolina to whom his father was married after the revolution. Sheba adj 8 Jeff. Sherman is reported to have said when one of the rebel episcopal divines called upon lira to ascertain if he would be allowed to Pray for Jeff. Davis Pray for Davis Why certainly 1 you ought to Pray for bins every for Jeff. Davis and Ibe need praying for very v some members of the archbishop s Licousi hold at in Dwale and Sti ilor the ground was covered by Law of Snow and the thermometer in Down almost to Zro. Knowing Bishop s fur humanity i expressed much Surprise to sen in old ibo in Man in Bis a tree after hours in the Demesne while a head Shower of sleet drifted Vitili Essly in bib wrinkled face. That be plied or Field whom you think the victim of pre la tical despotism is no other than the Arch Bishop curing himself of a when his Grace has been Reading and ing More than ordinarily and finds an pain or confusion about the cerebral Organ in Tom he puts both to flight by Rushing out n Ith in axe and slashing Awny at some ponderous trunk. As Scon As he finds himself in a profuse perspiration he gets in to bed wraps himself in Limerick blankets frills into a sound and gets Uji of Whateley. to the Richmond Juis Palitt of the 31st ult. Contains the following soldiers who love us so much that they want us to live with them at any Cost of blood and left Tome love letters for us when they left Atlanta. Here Are some samples of test dome Bye. Two years you tend red to us your Best evacuation respects. We have had and fairly won those Fields where blood was to flow knee deep now take Atlanta if you want needs improve ment. Tell Gen. Hood he is played out Yog fight Well but then you can t prevent our flanking. says Ward to Diffor As ranch As you please Bont the Etile o n Yong Jady Al you Kon identically has forty thousand pounds he a Roger a feb dirt As year Ante As you will Mack Han soured. Old Abe hns Bein re elected and now then for another four War if Yon that s our name. Remember Mcpherson and a week for Yung Cance u ours by permission yank How Are you what s Tho Price of Yoo had better use them to make soap of and Wash the Damnable stain from your Black hearts. Yank follies. To think that the More a Man cats the stronger be will become. To believe that the More hours children study the faster they learn. To imagine every hour taken from sleep is an hour gained. To us the Preemption that the smallest room in the House is Large enough to sleep in. To argue whatever remedy causes one to feel immediately better is Good for sys tem without regard to More ulterior effects. S3 to commit an which is Felt in itself to be prejudicial hoping somehow or. Other it May be done in your Case with Init. Unity. To and Vise another to Lake a remedy which you have tried or without making special inquiry whether All the conditions Are alike to cot without an appetite or continue to eat after it has been satisfied Dorcly to gratify the taste. To eat a Hearty supper for the pleasure experienced during the grief time it is song Down the Throat at the expense of a whole night of distributed sleep and a weary waking in the morning. Or. Lowry moved to discharge the com Mittee fun the judiciary from the consider no Siirid Bill and the Senate pro. Need to the consideration of Tho same. The motion to whoa the Bill was read As follows Section. 1 be it Kenaf Ledly the Senate and Hottie of representatives Etc. That it shall not be. Lawful for any passenger rail Way company within this Commonwealth to Iziak j or enforce and Rule regulation or practice excluding any race of from its cars on account of their color. Or. Lowry snid the object 61-Guvornmnnt is to execute a partial Justice Between Man and it is Ord Iund to protect the weak against the Stronin to exalt right Over might in 1 to assure the rights of each and All however lowly however exalted All attempts to violate that is no government worthy of the name which leaves its poor and defenceless Eta to be preyed upon by the wealthier Anil stronger classes and refuses them Protection and redress. is not worthy Uthe name of Law we cd is not based on a it Van for human stir its. In fact nil True Law you Imam a from the of is no respecter of persons. Human Laws Are of Validity except so fur As they coincide with and reflect the divine Law. The sole business of government is to discover this one great Law of the universe and for its application to the varied necessities of Mankind. It is because this country has disregarded that Law practically denied the do ctn of Bunn Equality As enunciated in its dec Lar lion of Index Tenden and suffered the Strong to oppress and the weak that the Scourge of War a Oplt Tex against us. Unless ail history is a Dicj Al revelation a myth the Law of cause and effect a Mere delusion this War is god s judgment upon the land for its sin of oppression. The Csc is a t to be slavery is the cause of the War no l it alone made resell on mossime. Its removal alone will possible. He is the in St Friend of the Union who goes Forth St fullest for Tho destruction of the Union s greatest enemy. We can no longer ignore truth. Upon its treatment of the Black Man reals the Fate of the Republic some one has wisely said that be who fastens one Etui of a Chain upon the limb of his fellow a in will find the oth a end of the Simc Chain fastened to his own neck. And the Quaker Loet strikingly the same Greal truth a these immortal lines for Ihus of changeless Justice bind oppressor with oppressed Anil close As Ein and suffering joined we March to Tate no Casl happily the nation sees its City of Refuge. Through Sens of blood and tears thu ship of state will make the port of Universal Reedom. But it is not enough that we make the Lack Man nominally free. It is not enough that we cease to make him a must make Bim also truly a Freeman. We Are bound to protect him in the rights which there a Freeman. Iting away slavery it is also put away slavish things. We just Reform those usages and Conejo he errors which exist As incidents of slavery ind have formed a part of the Munchin by of the infernal system. We May not to Able to pull Down the whole fabric of wrong and outrage it but one by one we can remove the disabilities under which be Black once now live and suffer. One of he Many under which theolor d people in on midst Are suffering is their Olei Iilo exclusion from the passenger ail ways in the Largo cities. And it is to provide for Iho removal of this disability and for the correction of ibis outrage1, is practice in the cily of Philadelphia or wherever it May be practice within the limits of this Commonwealth that i offered Tho Resolution which

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