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Smethport M Kean Miner (Newspaper) - November 10, 1860, Smethport, PennsylvaniaIner. .1. Is published every saturday by stebb1ns, i at Smethport i Kcal con intr a. Office East Side of Public Square. is ill mail fir More than three months fifty conto additional Wilt be cur Goci. Kates of advertising. will he Char Gnu 50 Persu Iverc of 10 until or Low three insertions. 1 column one year one ski Mac 3 inert Filini Reich it i i i Rii m Inok can Siml ipod Licu ainu i i in onto Urf set in w to pc than in1. W-a1i be addressed to the. Put Ingeni. Job printing. R Oiom n Flam the miser Ohice 1 up i nil Exten Lou Tyrk Ami i Iii tar nil drip Tom we be All of Law prions , Circilo us. Poheim. Bill with Kilup Ildi. Nod on ii a. Ii i . R. A1.1.ex. st1.ub1n-. Directors. 8. Maffet. Bradford Al to the election and Reimis i Al nit Mills All work wan anted. Or. J. Railing. Physician and surgeon sme lib sort. A. Office on lung Street a few doors of Tho j. L. Brown Surveyor , to Lvcy Incer Ali no or inv at co a Ridi Rvay . Washin f x a. Tai Idini Vita. A. F Hapin a Boyle Sti a lists w. A i Ownell. Hon. A. I. Wilcox or. L. Ii. Wisner and surgeon , . Will it ten i to nil enl wit i to n Sarto will Lillock. on 1 la or. S. D. Freeman m. D. l Sam Chi Oij. A. Office one door North of he Okhee. Daniel Kingsbury to the to Teil ski jul Copp. Us at co., 1 n i at Ells a. O i Niju Ranil Mineral lands for a the ii Lars ii Nul Luumi did Rawl Lime i Toije Iron Mineral qua Tii h. Fobes House Olynn n. Y., j. M. , proprietor. The Fobes House is a new i Rita Structure opened furnished in modern style and pm ample accommodations for 100 staph leave this House daily going North South Kust Siml a fast Cowles Nichols attorneys at , it Kean county. A alien i especially to the collection of claims Kaiui Thibou of i Uhi titles payment of tax 1 in and All business relating to Iteal All business entrusted to them Wir be attended1 to Wilh Jiromi Nesb. Cottles. Pm. A. . O. D. Webster civil Surveyor craftsman and conveyancer. At Laud office of d. Kingsbury Bradford a. We. Wilkin practical Mechanic millwright a port Alleghany m lean in Smith Brothers no. 1 Excelsior Block n. Y., wholesale and metall in dry Roods grocer in hats Caps. Bonnets hoot.-, shoes carpets of Cawtha and All other kinds of it. It terms Cash 2-48 m. A. Blakeslee Pealer in pig medicines paints. Oils Dye varnishes books and stationery i or finery fancy Imd toilet artifice Olcan n. Y., May 1859. Ully Bennett House d. K Bessett. Proprietor. This hot so u Large commodious Well fair risked and Well ventilated and in every Way adapted to the wants of the it in directly opposite the court Alonse in the Centre of in siness. E. S. Mason dealer in stoves tin Ware a paned Ware ac., West bide of the Public Square a. Custom work done to prder.onthcnho.rte8tno Tice and in the most pubs Tonial manner. Miller. Ivy Lemle and retail dealers id Staple and fancy dry goods corp Ctina Beady mide clothing and general furnishing goods boots and shoes Wall and window paper. Looking git Aei clean a. N. Bronson s Village drug store Kearly opposite the Ilcau hone mean n.y., is with a fall and Complete assortment of drags and lamp pare liquors Tor medical Pur poses Only. Perfumery native arid imported which Odubo sold cheaper than it any other Western n. Or Northern a. Burning fluid made from per cent alcohol every Day at 75 cts. Per Gal. Physicians prescriptions put up carefully. Additions Are to the Stock and i Ems Dis i Sam Liport Mlea co., pa., saturday boy. 10, i860. The Little girl that meets me. There s a Tittle girl that meets me and with laughter Ever meets me and to kiss her Oft entreats me at 1 stray Long the path dreary where the saddened heart and weary. Shades the sunlight shining near me. On Ray Way. She has eyes As Blue As heaven j Only aged about but unto her god has Given such a heart that forever Bho a singing and her Sweet voice Ever ringing Beauty o or the heart bringing sni it As Art. With her sunny hair go in racy with her Teeth so White Ami Pearly 1 have met her and Etty by the Way. And Itoku her Hind and prices it in my own in to to pretty Little bless it " i Dos a. May the world mile kindly on her Bifi edit Tion rail upon her Angela be her guide of Honor a she Poos through this world of ones singing Pouce to troubled spirits Liiv Ling Jjo grief her pure heart wringing with its woe s. May the sweetest Harp in hightest Crown that e re a Jeiven. Where the Waves of life Are driven past the throne Echo to her Dainty Finger. I on her pure brow Ever Lin Ger while each Angel be a Singer f culling Home of ave tubes of an orphan boy toward the hitter Piirto of the summer of lad of pc Post Seine on u i d the Beautiful town of g sit ii a Ted the toot of Stica n. Y., the Center of the Tiitu. He had triv from thu Western put of Ohio where , a widower had died from one Mali rant fevers 50 common in v made Coin trios while tin cult Vatious of i Hirky tract of. Ian a in Ordor to regain a Fortune lot during the speculations of 13 ing an Only son and i m among strangers aft a the Donth of his father. George win Worth resolved to leave Ohio remove the St Ite of York for the pin pose 0 trying his Fortune in any manner that Chance of tit. He had passed through several towns and villages on his route without meeting with any thing to attract his attention till reaching this Fine town with its Lovely Lake and Fine scenery struck his fancy so lie d Ter mined to obtain employment if pox simile and make it his future Home. While walking along the principal Street of the Shady Avenue overlooking Tow us and on which were Lonu d several Fine churches and other Public buil Ings he saw a hire crowd of people assumed around a wily erected Liberty pole in front of one of the principal hotels. On App ranching the spot he found it was n political meeting held 4 4r the purpose of raising the pole and making party speeches. Our hero forced Hia Way into the crowd just is they were raising the stars and with the names of their Candi dates to the top of their Flag staff. The Flag had hardly reached half Way the enthusiasm being at its height when the Cord twisted and cat Jet in the Little wheel at the top they pulled and tried every Way but were unable to raise or lower Flag a single Inch. The. Excitement and cheering ceased and All eyes were raised to the half masted Flag. A portion of the opposition part who were grouped at Little in the rear of the main body begin to jeer and about the App trenly bad Omen to the evident discomfiture of their opponents. At length judge s editor and pub Lisher of the g journal then a Candi Date for Congress offered fifty dollars to any person to would climb the staff and draw the Cord through the wheel. The utmost silence reigned for several similes but no one advanced to make the daring trial. Will no one shouted the judge strongly excited As a peal of laugh Adf went up from the ranks of the opposition. The chuckle had scarcely died away however before George with his Cap and shoes off stepped before the judge and with a confident look exclaimed yes sir i i la climb you my lad Are you Strong of yes sir i am used then go ahead Ray Little said the judge at the same time giving him an encouraging on the shoulder. Steadily hand Over hand has feet clutch ing the pole in a manner that proved him an expert climber George made his Way to the Yery top of the staff which was Slen Der that flowed to and fro with his weight nothing daunted be wound bin legs right and left around the pole and with his right hand untwisted the Cord. Shouting fear Lessly to those below to hoist away he Clung on till the Flag fairly reached the top and then slowly descended. The cheers that now rent inc air were terrific everybody opposition and All joined in one Universal shout after the excitement had am Cliot sub sided judge looked upon the boy with admiration and took out his pocket Book to the promised Reward. Greorge noticed the action and exclaim keep your i want no for helping to raise the american nobly said my. Little Man what is your name inquired the judge. George Wentworth. Sir i am an or Phan just arrived Here in search of employ ment replied our hero his Bright eyes glistening with a tear. Well soft shall live with rots exclaim take care of you for the judge future five years the time George Wentworth b came a member of his Bene Faletoi s family. In the judge s. Had been Defeated by his political oppo nent and had been dirt med into the mys teries of the Art of1 arts. Lev had become a general favorite of the citizens and looked upon the adopted son of the judge. It was even Whis in private circles that he was to reasoning of these articles invariably car the envied husband of the tvs pitiful and accomplished Ida the judge s Only daughter hut this George not dared to dream of tis True he never Felt so Happy As when in her presence and it did Ranke Bis Muscles to see the foppish students from the College swarm around idol of his heart. Poor youth had he known the roil state of Ida s feelings the thought would have almost turned his brain and could he have interpreted the in Lanm of Joy that flashed from her Eye nhe Sievi r a Noble sentiment or Sully of wit it would have filled Sod with ecstacy Oik tie Jay in tue latter part of june a her in Liec Tirui George were enjoying a on the hike. In-., their trim Little yacht the had won tha Cap at the i set regatta in management of our hero who was standing with his hand on the Mast gazing at the Beautiful scenery on the opposite Shore tie Juige held the Tiller and Ida was 1 Aning Over the Side of tilt her pretty hand through the Clear water of the hike when a sudden 2ust of wind Careen the yacht so Flint she lost her balance fell into the George heard the splash made by Ida and before judge could utter a a he had kicked off his Light summer shoes and plunged in to her Rescue. Being a skillful and vigorous swimmer he came up with tha struggling girl before her clothes allowed her to sink and entwined her Waist with his left Arm struck out w Ith his right and kept her above water till the Julge turned the boat and carte to their a Lief. In a few moments they were Safe in the boat again and Ida soon recovered Froin the effects of her unexpected the old judge embraced George and exclaimed with tears stalling from Lis god bless you my boy you have saved my daughter s life How can i Ever by Anding nothing about replied George. I you a thousand times More than i Ever can repay find am too Happy in being Able to Render even this slight the Lovely Ida could say nothing her heart was overflowing but she gazed upon her preserver with in expression that told volumes. Her father even observed her earliest Loving glance and began to guess the True state of affairs. He was not pre pared for it and in silence he turned the boat toward the Shore. They reached Home with feelings fur different from those they had started with. the following morning George received a notice to visit the judge in Tiff Library. His heart beat can it mean the judge had come to the conclusion to put him to a severe test As soon is George entered the Library he commenced since becoming an inmate of my family George Jou have conducted yourself in an honorable and worthy manner performing every duty cheerfully and neglect intr Nyno. You Aie now of age and capable of doing business for yourself i have placed five thousand dollars in the Bank at your disposal Yon can use this sum As you think proper or let it on interest or Tike charge of office under a salary of fifteen Hun dred a year in either Case you most leave my Mise for the present what do Yon say to Ray proposal f George was perfectly bewildered land stammered Forth a request to be allowed a few hours for consideration. This being granted he repaired to his room and threw himself on the bed in n paroxysm of Hope less grief. Could the judge have guessed what he himself had hardly dared to Hope what right had he to his benefactors daughter and Fortune none he Bis feelings and earn an honorable living by his own exertions. Various was the rumours set afloat by the scandal managers of Gas to the cause of Young Wentworth s leaving Bis Patron s mansion but their ried conviction to the parties to whom they were addressed. All the newspapers of the that congressional District copied them curiosity was on tiptoe to discover the author As they were Samply signed by two Little the election finally and judge waa elected by a Large majority. Late one night while Ida and her father Yere returning from a party Given in Honor of his election they observed a Light in the printing office. As the establishment was closed at Twilight it appeared strange that it should be Jit up at that hour so the judge determined to learn the cause requesting his daughter to accompany him they ascended the stairs and entered the office quickly. A sight nil to their gaze which caused the heart of one to beat Vio to heeded. George now devoted himself wholly to study. Has brow wore a More thoughtful and his Cheek grew a Shade paler. The judge acted toward Chiin in a straight Forward Frank manner ret never addressed him in a kind father Vlf tone As had been his wont before the incident occurred on the Lake. If he chanced to meet Ida in his walks a Friendly glance and nod were Allt Bat passed Felt his looks betrayed him for the warm blood gushed from his Loving heart and tinted his Cheek with Ihei Tell tale Blush and he cherished the pleasing thought that her looks were beaming with love and Hope. A Little More than a year had passed from the time George had left the of those 4je loved. It was the eve of another elect pm excitement ran High and judge s. Was again a candidate for Congress. For several weeks a series of ably written Arti cles had appeared in the judge s they were addressed to All classes Farmers mechanics and Lai borers. Original and vigorous style Clear convincing arguments deep and profound Henlly. At the desk a Short distance from the door Saf George fast asleep with his head resting on his Arm. As Ida s father stepped Forward to awake the Sleeper he observed political essays living upon the desk and a freshly written article with the myst Rions store attached. The truth flashed upon the judge in a moment he was indebted to George for h is Success. He beckoned to Ida who came trembling to his Side. Just then they saw by the flickering lamp a smile pass Over the slumbered s i use and he muttered the words dear in a tender tone. Of father exclaimed the Loving girl affectionately throwing her arms around her Parent s neck do let George come Home it is utterly no him to love awakened by the sound of. Lla s voice George looked around confused and As he saw Ida and her father lie and Avore to hide the manuscript. But the judge Stop Ped him laughingly it won t do Young Rascal you Are fairly cat tight found in your sleep will Veha a 1 but come Here take Ida and be i know she loves you a a George was bewildered and transported been awakened from a pleasant Dreim to a Bright reality. Matters were soon explained an the warm hearted judge after Blessing both promised to see them married before he started for Washington. Fob the girls Anit nobody one of the most curious and we doubt not Roost reliable of All the charms devised by Lovely Maidens to discover their future husbands is the following Good for the St. Faith s Day it is extensively Practised in the North of England put will to found equally effective this Side of the water. A cake of flour Spring water Salt and sugar must be made by three Maidens or three widows. It is then baked before fire in a dutch oven find nil the while it is doing silence must be strictly observed and the cake most be turned nine times or three times by each person. When. It is thoroughly done it is divided into three one taking her share and Cut Ting it into nine slips must pass each slip three times through a wedding ring Bor rowed of a who has been married it list seven years. Then each must eat her nine slips As she is undressing and re peat this 0 Good St. Faith be kind and bring to to my heart s Delight no my fat Are husband View and be my vision Baste and True than All three must get into one bed with the ring suspended by a string to the head of the Couch and they will be sure to dream of their future Ifica Telegraph. Albert Boscher the celebrated african traveler was killed by natives in March last according to the tale of his servant who Lias returned to Racibar or. Roscher had reached the Lake of a Yassa at die end of october. Zed. He murderers have been Sei Kisong never hear the Roice of truth until they arc dethroned Hor do beauties until they have a dated their charms. The first court in Butler county a. The first court in Butler a. Drew the whole population to the Towyn some on account of business some to make business but the greater part from Idle they were at the time chiefly Irish who had All the characteristics of the nation a log Cabin just raised and covered but without a window Sash or docs or dabbing was pre pared for the Hall of Justice a Carpenter s Bench with three chairs upon it was the judgment seat. The bar of Pittsburg Atton de an Ujkic presiding , a stiff formal and per Mic old Bachelor took his seat supported by associate judges who were common Farmers one of whom was Blind of an Eye. The Hall was barely sufficient to cont in the Bench bar jurors and Bles. But few of the spectators could be accommodated on the lower floor the ouly one yet hid Many therefore clambered up the Walls and placed their hands and of Cut in the open int a Stiles Between the Hun i there suspended like enormous Mada Gascar bats. Some had taken Possession of the joists and Bio John m Junkin who until now had ruled at All Public had placed a foot on one Joist and a foot omm other directly Over the Heads of their honors standing like the colossus of Rhodes. The judge s sense of propriety was shocked at this exhibition. The sheriff John Mcandless was called and ordered to Clear the Walls and Joist he went to work with his assistants and soon pulled Down by legs those who were in no a cry great haste m Junkin was the Hist and began to growl As he prepared to descend what do you say sir said the judge. I say .1 my taxes and his As a a cute Here Asan Mon sheriff said bring him before the m jut Ukiu sire was now up is he reached the floor to strike his breast exclaiming my name is John m Junkin d be the Brist that never ii Scherl if so be it was in a Good cause. I la Dfcia buy upon a hitch in Butler county if so be hell Clear the la .1 bring him before the said the judge. He was Accordi Dinghy pinioned and if not , at least forced to be silent while his Case was under consideration. Some of the lawyers volunteered As Amicle some ventured a word of for m Jankin. The judge the sen tence of imprisonment for two hours in the a jail of the county and ordered tha sheriff to take him into custody. The Che Rifle with much simplicity observed it Plase the Conorte there is to at All at nil till put him in Here the judge took a. Learned distinction upon which he esp Tiatco at some length for the Benefit of the bar. He said there were two kinds of custody first Safe custody secondly close custody. The first is where the body must is forthcoming to answer a Derma Ted or ecu Sadioa and in this Case the body my Bej delivered for the time being out of the hands of the Law on bail or recognizance but when the imprisonment forms a part of me satisfaction or punishment there can be no bail or main prize l this is the reason of the common Law in relation toe Capers under capias Adsit Tesfa fiend tent and also Why a a. Cannot is sue after the defendant has been once Arres Ted and then discharged by the plaintiff. In like manner a. Man cannot be imprisoned twice for the same offence even if he be re leased before the expiration of the term of imprisonment this is curly a Case of close custody and the prisoner must be Consad body and limb without bail or Mainprize in some place of incarceration Here he was interrupted by the sheriff who seemed to have hit upon a Lucky thought. May it Plase the m just thinking that i can take him to Bowen s pig pigs Are Kilt for the Conorte and it s empty you hard the opinion of the the judge sir to do your the sheriff accordingly retired with his prisoner and Drew after him three fourths of the spectators and suitors while the judge thus relieved preceded to organize the court. This was not the termination of the affair. Peace and order had scarcely been restored when the sheriff came Rushing to the House with a crowd it his heels cry inst out or. Judge or. Judge May it Plase the what is the or my unkind s Jot off d be mind what escaped sheriff sum Mon the posse the Pussy the now i la list Tell be How it Hap pent he was going along quietly enough we got. Till the All at he pitched off Intel the Bushes an i after him but a limb of a tree Kitch cd my fut an i pitched three rads off but i fell for it an that s Good Luck be Minte the judge could not retain his Gravity the bar raised a laugh and there the matter ended after which the business proceeded quietly enough. A Joii a Farmer returning Home in his Wagon after delivering a Load of coif is a More certain sigh of National Prosperity than a Nobleman Riding in his Chariot to the opera or play House. No.10. I i How to tilt a list ten shall get into on omnibus and though to never saw Ona of them before we shall de Lect you the True lady. She does Lott her when a. , handing no her knocks off his hat or pitches it away Over Bis nose

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