Smethport M Kean Miner in Smethport, Pennsylvania 13 Oct 1860
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Smethport M Kean Miner (Newspaper) - October 13, 1860, Smethport, PennsylvaniaEan publishers. Invariably in adv Anoo. Bal Al fowl is a busied every saturday by Stebbins Smethport ii Keun county a. E East Public so fare. _ Jii is for Mon than to Ira Nib lbs i Fiji additional Clung us of Ady bruising. Will be charged 60 per at 10 s three insertions. Ii Luisa no year Are 3 i timing can mid one r Viii Nartui Are net in Type liquid Firlit Litts it Monre. J As All Imti Munt be Todd Romed Job printing. I tic Osce in Tok unit run it Job Type Ami pm thu i. Iain ornamental ill in rending books Vamp lets orc pm. Bill for and . And of Emu of b. , business cd s. Maffet. .u.wiisht, co., pa., to the erection and repairs of saw Mills Mills a. All work or. J. Torling. In Nii Ian and surgeon Smethport. A. Off Sci u n King Street a Lew doors East of the acute my. J. L. Browa pyor conveyancer Anil c agent. Uffie itt co. A Warren up. Rect poit a. Burnu Vista. In. Disi. Strip others s. i till a Al Hon. A-1. Or. L. Or. Wisner. Surgeon Smethport in. Will it to All Calls with pro office in Block second Hoor. 3. D. Freeman m. D. Physician and surgeon 1 a. Office line door Ortli of the Omen. Daniel Kingsbury inc Ceasor to the United lamp con j principal it of Craft co., a. at Kos township Folk co., in. Good Tim Jer Mineral lands for Sale in und Aranall cont Jiining lilt i Nous and Cannel Coal Lime Stone Iron Ore Iii Mineral of Superior to utilities. Fobes House Oli an x. Y., j. M. , proprietor. The Hoato is a now a Jimick Svir lecture j opened Luria i had Morici u Tylo Aud has 100 guests Stager this Iii the , North South knit Jint West. Cowles Nichols attn we i at m Kean county a Attl nil esp i rally to the collection of claims of i rib titles payment of All Lii siness relating to All intuited to them n i be attended to with cow1.k3, w. T c. D. Webster civil Kos Jinever purveyor craftsman and can at office of i Ura Uford a. Wra. Wilkin practical Srp Chanlo millwright Bridge builder tc., port Alleghany m can county. A Smith Brothers new. 1 Excelsior Block Olean k. A wholesale Ami in dry goods groceries a lots. Cups. Bonnets boots Shoen carpets Willotha and All other kinds of Teruija Cal sol. A. Blakeslee in scr in brass medicines paints. Oils Dye math Vur Nisla a books and stationery perfumery fancy and toilet Art Mijea Olean 1 Bennett House 51 Koala so., a. . Bennett proprietor Aphis Houyao in Large commodious Well Fop. 4 j. Sighed and Woll ventilated and in every Way adapted to the to tits of Tho cock City. It la directly opposite the court House in the business. E. Mason dealer in stores tin Ware ftps cd Ware West Szije of the Public a. C in Tofu work done to order on the shortest no Tice and in the Moat substantial manner. 7 Hinga Miller. Wholesale and retail dealers in Staple and fancy dry a Oopik carpet in ready made clothing and Toner furnishing Gouda boots and shoot Walt and window paper looking Al Talaei Olean n. Bronson s Villa a drug store Jim girly opposite the Olcan Homo clean n.y., is supplied with a full and Complete assortment of Oruro medic Lois Uye Stuefe and Loup oils attn Ibene pare liquors for medical poses Only. Porf timely native Aud imported which will be cheaper than at any other establishment in Western . Or Northern a. Burning fluid made from 95 per cent alcohol fresh every Day at 73 Cox. Per Gat put up carefully. Additions made to the Stock monthly mud in warranted pure t Smethport i Kean co., saturday oct. Nobody con have seen it fast Down the staircase with flying feet i passed Quick no the staircase swinging he came and com get me fast and the stairs Are dark and dim Many a Tisa i had from and nobody can have seen it. Down in the Ball the were assembled there by flashed hot and has did their talc declare. 1 thought that they looked at me every one and saw what we toothed bad yet nobody Coald have seen it the Garden its sweets displaying Becu Ohad to out of doors the Welcome Call obeying i hastened to look at the there blushed the roses All around there bang the Birds with merry sound As if they All had to can it. The Battle of Laifi Ebie. War was declared against England june 1812. Operations were immediately com mended against Canada. Disaster followed disaster Detroit surrendered the River Raisin massacre Oce ured the attempt of que Stow to failed on the sea Success crowned our arms. But it bras the Nava engagement on Lake Erie and the Brilliant succession of land victories that followed it which redeemed the entire West beyond the alleghenies and North of the Ohio. Commodore a Nuncey who had com Mand of our naval forces on the Lake was stationed at Sackett s. Harbor. Early in 1813, Commodore then commander Perry was transferred to Lake Erie to Tike charge of the Squadron to Luigj additions vessel the american Lui Vul Force or Lake Eric ainu. Perry and it and of the 10th of september 1813 was ready to Cope wit ii the Britina immanent. Hitherto this Lake Hati been visited Only by the Canoe of the Indian and peace Ful sail of. The trader. Perry s Torce of brigs the Lawrence Anc Niagara of 20 guns each and seven Small vessels the whole carrying 54 guns and 600 men most of the hitter lit ing Backwoods men who bad never seen a ship. The British Fleet consisted of six vessels mount ing 63 guns und carrying 800 men and was commanded by Captain Barclay an officer had lost an Arm it Trafalgar. Perry was but 28 years of age. At Sunrise on the 10th of september. Perry discovered the enemy s Fleet from his moorings in. Put in Bay near this Western extremity of Lake Erie. The Battle began at noon and lasted three hours. When the British first come in they were to the before the action commenced the wind turned in favor of the americans. As the americans bore Down upon the enemy the Brig Lawrence displayed in lastly from her in Stead s Flag Don t give up the the dying injunction of the Brave Man of whom she was named. About noon the Lawrence opened the fire and for two hours As the rest of the Fleet did not come up she remained exposed to Ter Rible attack of the British Force. The Law Renee was Cut to pieces and left almost a Complete wreck Many guns were dismounted and scarcely a dozen men remained alive and unhurt Perry would not surren Der. He Jelt the Lawrence in a Small boat and under a terrible fire himself standing upright and bearing aloft his Battle Flag with its undying words. He steered for the Zingara reached it uninjured threw his Flag to the Breeze and renewed the i vat. Forcing the British line he raked their vessels with on either hand. In one British vessel the deadly fire drove the men from the deck. The other american vessels came up to assist the Niagara and ofte after another the British in signs were struck and by three o clock not a Flag of the enemy was floating. The Lawrence was re boarded and her Flag raised nod the Battle won. The americans lost in killed and wounded 125 the British 200 men hours do combat. Captain Bare Ley and 600 of his men were taken prison ers. So closed the tattle. To the moderation and Courtesy of per re after Victory the British Captain paid tins tribute that his conduct toward the captive officers and Raen sufficient of it Seffo Sinmor Alfae at 4 1 o clock Perry wrote his memorable dispatch to general Harrison. Have met the enemy and they Are this was the first British Fleet Ever Cap tured since England had n Navy. The Vic tory is Mernor Able not alone for the bravery fled skill which Perry and his compan ions displayed. It entirely changed the aspect of the War on the Canadian Frontier. It saved the whole Northwest from the bayonets of the British and scalping knife of the Indian. It Iron for is More than Hull had lost. It left us entirely masters of Lake Erie and enabled Gen Harrison at once o crob3 into in Nan drive the British from Gulden pursue them along the thames and conquer them in that decisive Battle which rave him mid Johnson such renown Berv Irb of the Battles. Among the survivors of the Battle of Erie the following capt Ste Ihen Champlain u. N., a native of South Kinc Pton Bodo Kiskad Bora no Perry in the of 1812 he entered the Navy As a sailing master and commanded a gun boat at with Perry to Sneket s Harbor and thence to Lake Erie., he commanded that scorpion in the engagement and fired the first and last gun in the Battle. Congress presented him with a sword. He served on the lakes throughout the War und was severely wounded and taken prisoner in n fight with the indians near Mackinac. His wound has partially disabled him during his whole life since. In 1828, he commanded the Fulton at new York. In 1842 he had charge of the Rendz Voest Buffalo. In 1846 be of the Steamer Mich Igan on Lake Erie. He is now on the re serve list under full any. Or. Usher Parsons surgeon at the Battle of Lake Erie was bom in York county Maine and entered the Navy As surgeon s it me age of 23, on the John Adams in 1812. The officers and Crew volunteered for the Kite service and joined Perry at Erie in june 1813. Or. Parsons received a commission As full surgeon after the Bat the. In 1814 he was ordered to the Java and in 1816 went to the he subsequently obtained leave of absence and studied in the medical schools of Paris and London. Returning to this country he was stationed at Charlestown Navy Yard and while there was appointed. Pro Fessor of Anatomy in Dartmouth College. After a year or two he settled in Gener Al practice in Providence and wag appointed professor in Brown University. He has resided there Ever since excepting one Winter spent in phils Delphi As professor in the Jeff arson medical College and one Winter in Paris and London. He resigned his commission in the Navy in 1823, having held it More than ten yews. He married in .1822, Man a daughter of re. Abet d. Of Cambridge Massachusetts who died in 1825, leaving one son. Another survivor is or. Hosea Sargent of Boston who was a Sailor on the Law. Rence. He was a gunner on Board fired the last gun previous to the abandonment of the disc blow ship it was he who As the boat pushed off from the vessel handed the Flag to Commodore Perry who immediately placed it aerf4 his shoulders and directed the men to towards the Niagara. John Chapman who fired the first inn from the Queen Charlotte on the British Side sides Hudson Ohio. J. Ii. Montgomery midshipmen in the Niagara now a Captain and in com Mana of the Phi Effic Squadron High n. Page midshipmen in the1 to now Post resides in Vir is. Uscolt3 of Benkt 8 Rise St Forns Brownell sailing master on the in lieutenant Wilkinson Pilot of the t Taliafrerro a to in tech from p now resides a physician Lin Cannati. J a Eljamin Talmon gunner of the de f1 in Tucker powder boy of the Cal Edo 48 in Amin Flemming a on the lives in Erie. He following who Are mostly volunteers him Ison a army Are believed to be living to ii. Bradford Nathan Holbat u Korris Blair James Artusy land s. Parker James Vanraan of e. The following extract from Alan him Lincoln s Eulogy on the death of Henry Clay is a touching tribute to the memory of that great Man on the 4th Day of july the peo ple of a few feeble and oppressed colonies of great Briffa an inhabiting a portion of the Atlantic coast of North publicly declared their National Independence and made their Appeal to the justness of their cause and to the god of Battles for the maintenance of that declaration. That people were few in numbers and without resources Sare Only their Wise Heads and Stoat hearts. Within the first year of Tkv declared Independence and while its maintenance was pet the bloody straggle Between these Resolute Reb do and their haughty would be masters was still in distinguished parents and in an obscure District of one of those colonies Henry Clay was born. The inf Flat nation and the infant child began the race together. For three quarters of a Century they Hare travelled hand in hand. They have been companions Ever. The nation has passed he peril and is free prosperous and powerful. The child has its manhood his Middle age his old age Ond is dead. In All that has concerned the nation the Man Ever sympathized now the nation mourns for the Man. But do we realize that Henry Clay is dead 2 who can realize that never again that Majestic form shall Rise in the Council chamber of his country to beat Back the storms of anarchy which May threaten or pour the Oil of peace upon the troubled Bil lows is they rage and menace around who can realize that the Workings of that have the throb bings of that Gallant heart Are the mighty sweep of that Graceful Arm will be Felt no More and the magic of that Elo quent Tongue which spake As spake no other Tongue besides is for Ever who Cip realize that Freedom s Champion of a civilized and of nil tongues and Kindreds and silent proscription for sick patient. R. I1 drachmas Doug. Sznal Sov. T of. Breek. Dishun. Recess. 10 of. Do. Lant know no the 1 of. Fred. Doug i Fusio. Pujev it Misc. Bolus i. Bould the Medicine sicken the patient to the pit of the stomach dry goods bed in Henry s compound fusion both e bad Warren Street he be very Beverly griped administer drops Quant of the merchant s Ling syrup to be had genuine Only of Richmond Caggy or of James their agents for this City. The Medicine shall have operated change of air will be requisite and the a people has Index fallen of alas i in those dark hours of peril and dread which our land has experienced and which she May lie called to experience whom now May her people look up for that coun Sel and advice which Only Wisdom and experience and patriotism can give and which Only the undoubted Confidence of a nation will receive Clay is dead. Long and eventful life is closed. Our country is prosperous and powerful but could it Hare been quite All that it has beep and to be without Henry Clay such a Man the times have demanded and such in the Providence of god was Given us. But Al though his form is lifeless his name will live and be Jove and venerate in. Both hemispheres. For it is one of be few the immortal mimes that were not born to last Lafayette no life has been More passionately political than his no Man Ever placed his ideas and political sentiments above All other repossessions or interests. But polities were utterly unconnected with his 111 for three weeks he approached his last his children and household sur rounded Bis ceased to speak and it was doubtful whether he could see. His son George observed that with Uncertain gestures he sought for something in his bosom. He came to his father s assistance and placed in his hands a medallion which he always wore suspended around his neck. A de Lafayette raised it to his lips this was Bis last motion. The medallion contained a miniature and a lock of hair of Madame de Lafayette his wife whose loss he had mourned for Twenty seven thus already separated from the entire a Good Phle Sytje. The following burlesque upon some the Patent Medicine advertisements is Rich thing of its kind and May serve As Model for any parties who Are preparing t announce some new valuable discovery 6 american remedy to the be dragged and be physic ked world the great remedy compound extract of Snake Tail bark do. M. D. A. S., having accidentally and providentially Dis covered this truly great remedy in the innermost bowels of the Mammoth Cave now offers it to the distressed and diseased pub Lic. Ba.gk3s bark cures the most obstinate cases of inflammatory catechism distraction of the Spina marrow Low Bridges on the Abd Oraina canals swelled Spatula con striped appendix Vertille in the head looseness of the Appe Tite relieves irritation of the Alva and ten Siles generally removes Freck Les corns and other extravagances from the face neck and shoulders spheroid fever and dumb Agar. None genuine that does t come from that his Cork is stamped on his name. Be sure that Snake Tail bark is blown into the bottle. Read these certificates so Jaxk s res nov. Dear snap retail bark has resolved my whole system solar and our family doctor said i had cooled he called it in my surr Eption. But he was wrong As usual. I took two bottles accor Din to Direck shun and have been at work Over since. P. Think i Don t want any More is my wife says she Don t want to be a Widdes agin. Yours to. Be. Afflicted. Mrs. Baldhead was entirely cured of enraged cuticle by one bottle Sethi Chafier was up far gone with pecuniary disease that he could not be moved in bed took two bottles. The first bottles weakened the disease the second relieved him from All further pain he was lifted from his bed and has not been in it since. Must take a trip to i River. Head Waters of Esob simple or an my Cost you Cost you a troop of Cost Cost How Many a Public Man us Irole career decided by his course Soi trying emergency or on some great Tion of right he is led into the world alone with the thought and image of the devoted companion of Bis life he died. In arranging his funeral it was a recognized fact in the family that m de Lafayette had always wished to be buried in the Small cer Netry adjoining the Convent of pie pus by the Sid from his. Wife in the midst of the victims of the. Revolution the greater part Noyal Busand aristocrats whose ancestors had founded that pious establish ment the desire of the Veteran of 1789 was scrupulously respected and complied with an immense National guards and the funeral procession alow the boulevards and streets or Paris. Arrived at the Gate of the Convent of Pepus the crowd halted the Interior enclosure could Only admit two or three Hundred persons. The family the nearest relatives and the principal author _ Verador 1780. N Cousin of Commodore Cut of temptation where some Gigantic i ties entered passed through the Convent in Ivity bids him born Down and silence then across the Garden and finally promises in return the world j entered the cometary. There no political Manifest nation took place no oration was pronounced religion and the int Iriate gemini sconces of the Sony were present pub assumed no place near the death bed or the grave of the Man whose life they of Cujas in j the glory from that to it of trial he comes Down a hero or a the die is Cost if be has honoured be and truth then Justice and truth will or him if not his Bones will be left Ching on the Road to a promotion he never Smith by taking one bottle so cared a free pass through the gites of Hoboken ferry which he never bad before. Mrs Dooze Berry gave Ber afflicted Hus band nine bottle and she rejoicing by writes he is now beyond the reach of disease and quack doctors or. Sym pc ton of Mondiek eight Cor ners caught cold after thrown into a violent perspiration by Dodo ring a creditor. He gave the creditor a bottle of sons retail and the Cense of the perspiration and cold has not been heard of master Karl bad an exasperated Teuton in his Eye and two bottles run it out the physicians nil recommend it is a great Aid to their practice. Several Unte Rinkers Praise it highly one of them writes "1 wish Baggs Snake Tail was in every Bouse in the livery stable keepers recommend it Smith the mourning goods storekeepers says it is an invaluable Aid to his business. Price is per single bottle five Bott a ten bottle for 50 cents and by the dozen in proportion a Liberal discount to the Trade. Neat window there any necessity to have things ugly because they must needs be cheap naw in the matter of window curtains i am sore on country cousins need a Bint or two on the subject to bring about an entire change in the Domestic of their hangings. Must they be Calico then let the pattern be a Small Stripe of a faint Brown or other Neutral color now get two or three Yards of a Calico with Sis or eight Bright stripes in the breadth Cut ont the undertake to tear sew them on to the front edges and ends of the curtains. Take a narrow strip of lath will answer if it be tack Ona end of the Curtis to it then Hail this above tha win Ivy Frame. Now make some bands of tie with which to Loop up the curtains and Yon w21 produce a much prettier effect than by nailing to your win Dows a Bright Calico with a Large flowery pattern which every fold distorts. A very pretty simple Cornice May he made for lace or Musaib curtains by pasting Gilt paper on a lath then Nail the curtain on the Back of the Wood and allow it to fall Over the Gilt. Plain neat White Rasqui to netting would the edges hemmed Over a strip of Bright coloured lining Muslin about three inches . A band of the coloured Muslin should be covered with netting to go across the top of the window and to Loop no the sides. Then those landscapes with the Brown woman under a Burnt Sienna parasol coming ont of n Yel Low ochre fiume Rhoose o Ersha dowed by Indian red foliage to meet new Umphre Man in n Vandyk Ebrown Boot on Burnt umber we have those. 54ay we not ivc neat Plain White of Buff shades to refresh us if they by graphic. R we he says rot a few fam ired Yards distance from this Beach to keep he const Clear while the Bok s Crew made Mes of the guns. The enemy had Ltd of the Wood and also knowing Tho Sontry Well and a troop of them showed n Advance. We were ordered to fire. I ook steady aim and fired at my Man at about sixty Yards. H fell i ice a Stone. At he same time broadside from the went in among the Trees and the enemy disappeared we could hardly Tell How. I ill As though i must go to i him and see whether he was dead or alive. He Lay site still and i was More afraid of him ring so than whence stood facing me a few minutes before. It is a St rage feeling to ome Over you nil at once that Yott have jelled a Man. He had unbuttoned his ticket and was pressing Bis and Over the front of h s Chest where the a around in breathed hard and the poured rom the wound and also from his Mouth very breath he took. His race was is White As tenth and his eyes ii joked so he red Bright As he turned them and stared it me. I shall never forget it he was a be Young not More 1 Han five and Wenty. I went Dawn on my Knees beside in and my breast was As fill As though my own heart would burst he had r real English face and did not look like a enemy. What i Felt i oin never Tell if my life could have saved his i believe i should have in it i Laid Bis head on Roy knee and he
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