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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 May 1850

yph;,"E. tf riflin, Wrr llerrry, tlenrv HupM. Jtf.T. Jackson, ftobert Klotz, Harrison S.'.Juaird. Jonathan D. Leet. Robertson, at Havana on the 7th. The Government ana Spaniard expecieu me uuuihiubiijui in. her, but he did not come So the Cu bans say that Hope (Esperanza) has brought disapj olntnii-nt to l hose- who ex pected tin i r Savif ur. The Cub hi people are in high hope, coiisiderino- tbtf time rn st nrupitious for Samuel Richard Simpson, Wm. A. Sm'uh, Wm. II. Souder, David Steward, Charles Stockwell, Thomas Watson, Daniel Zerbv. rr.fnt.iti vs " tin- laiininfT of the expedition ..rom the t i.,-., n,-,,-i.- ietr iiiiirnf. ! United Slates. 1 Thev aie burning 'with . T . . I - i ; r i. Thg. Fernon, - Timothy Ives, Thoa. H. Forsyth, Joshua Y. Jones, Chide. Frailay, Mar. M'Caslin. Henry Fokdit; -- Wm. F. Packer, J. W. Ooernty, -. , F. JJ. Streeter. c u ' " Mta&ers f Senate. Tiic icTasion of Cuba. I The rumors respecting the movement Oh this beiilifaMsland thicken. We find irr...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 May 1850

JU Prmtk N9Tri$ti HerMmmd Fret Press ImDrovf mf nt of Old Crass FIcW- It bas Kntrally been supposed that grass lands wbrn impoverished by long and t-jccessive croj ping, can oniy oe re suscitated by the assistance cf the plow t amelioration manure. I am. isidevd, acquainted with many ag riculturist who contend that this - is the only successful course that can be pursued. and why would no sooner hazard the ex periment of communicating vegetable en ergy and productive power to their em asculate helds ov surlace manuring, or any other process, not sanctioned by the dicta of the - old regime farmer, - than they would think cf planting corn on vis cid clays, or of realizing a crop of that valuable grain from exhausted loam lands, which had never been stunuiatea tor trie effort by plowing: in manure. Yet such a result is certainly not only feasible, but actually within the range of economical accomplishment. Now, Mr. EJitor, suppose a farmer ha? a field, which although uuturully producti...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 May 1850

A y1 "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW "BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENS13URG, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1830. VOL. G. AO. 31 It t fi 1 II 3 II 1 m m . m . MISCEILAITEOU SELF SACRIFICE; OR THE YO UNO LIE UTENA NT. The "days of chivalry," in the steel-armor and horse-praacing sense of the phrase, have .doubtless passed away in the limbo reserved for all social extrava gances; but the spirit which, in the eyes of thoughtful rnen, redeemed its else vain shows and tinsel. accessories from unmiti. gated contempt, interlused with the pro saic drama of conventional modern life, survives in more than all its ancient vigor, and from time to time gleams forth, and illumes the sombre hues of our neutral tinted civilization with the brilliant pris matic colors of the day. In other words, there are indeed constantly enacted in this matter-of-fact world of ours which, for real heroism, have no parallel in the glit tering annals of plumed and painted chiv...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 May 1850

i in tin EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1850 FOR CONGRESS, GEN. JOSEPH M'DONALD, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, Subject to the decision of the Democratic Con. gressional Conference. CTThk Scnti.vil, has. much the largest cir txlation of any paper published in this county -and as an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of j v. nullum icir uusmess can do so bu either sending their notices direct, or through the fvlloicmg agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans Buildings, Thiid s Philadelphia. V. B. Painter, Esq., XeioYork P hiladelphia d Baltimore. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. The Democratic citizen of Cambria county meet at the election house in their seve raj townships, on Saturdiy tho 22il day of June next, for the purpoao of electing two Delegates from each election district, to meet in County Couvontion in the Court IXmse in tho Borough of Ebensburg. on ilia following Tuesday, whoae duty it eh!! ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 May 1850

BY THE Central Hail road! SIX DAYS LATER FROM PHILADELPHIA- Blue, Black and Brown Cloths, Plain and Fancy CasSimeres, Silk, Satin and Fancy Vesting. Sattinels and Ken tucky Jeana, Coid3 and Cottonadcs, Tickings, Flannels. Sheetings, &c. Corn colored and printed Lawns Silk Tissues and Bareges, Chambray, Earlston and. Domestic Ginghams, . Alpacas, F?ncy and Com color ed Prints, Irish Linen, &c. HATS CAPS, BONNETS, UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, BONNET, CAP, and PLAIN RIBBONS, KID, SILK and LISLE THREAD GLOVES. Silk and'Linen IIDKFS, FRINGES, Artificial FLOW. ERS, SHAWL'S, SILK A COTTON HOSE, Shell and Spanish Polka Combs, Buttons, Lily White Fans. Tobacco and Cigars, Best Brands, Coffee, Teas, that Svrup. Sugar, Rice and GROCERIES generally. Drugs, varnish, spts tnrpentino, white lead, paints, &c. GLASS $ QUEENSWARE, Double and Single Bitt Axes, Scythes, Rakes and shovels. The abore together with many other articles just received, and will be sold at low prices for CASH or approv...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 May 1850

Law frpiost Small Notes. The following section in relation to notes under the denomination of five dol lars, are contained in the act regulating banks, passed 16th April 1850, are to go into operation on 21st of August next. The penalties are severe, but such as the evil demanded. We shall after that peri od, have a gi eater proportion of the solid, never changing and constitutional dollars in circulation: Section 48. That from and " after the twenty-first day August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty, it shall not be law ful for any person or persons, corporation or body cprp'orate, directly or indirectly, to issue, pay out, pass, exchange, put in circulation, transfer, or cause to be issued. paid out, passed, exchanged, circulated, or transferred, any bank note, out, ceruncaie, or any acknowledgment of indebtedness whatsoever, purporting to be a bank note, or of the nature, character, or appearance of a bank note, or calculated for circulation as a bank note, issued, or purport...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 June 1850

ir X III II "WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EI5ENSBURG, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1850. VOL. 6. NO. 35. MISOELLAHEOUS- From the Sunday Ttmes. JAMES BOW 1 E. THE NAPOLEON OF DUELLISTS. Four years ago when Theodore Parker the eminent theo-philan' hropic preacher of Boston visited Europe, having a letter of introduction for that purpose, he called on Thomas Carlyle. The , English soli' taire plied the American with innumerable questions relating to our customs and hab its of social existence on this side of the great water, but manifested the keenest curiosity concerning the people of the backwoods. Parker drew for the other's amusement a vivid sketch of the achiev ments of Bowie, the famous arch-duellist of Texas. Carlyle listened with sparkling eyes till the close of the narrative, and then burst into exclamations of involuntary en thusiasm. "By Hercules!, that man wa3 greater than Cesar or Cromwell nay, nearly...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 June 1850

3t? Vv y i57 -X'i-"? . V'- tag- AVa-A 2--. r4V ? s7b f . jlBENSBURO, PA. ursday. june; C mso FOR CONGRESS I JOSEPH APUONALD, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, . decitioa of the Democratic Con gressional Conference. FOJ? CANAL COMMISSIONER, I L LI A3! T. MORRISON, Of Montgomery County, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, ICPHRAIM BANKS, O MlfZin County. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. POHTKIt DRAW LEY, Of Crawford County. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. The Democratic citizens of Cambria ciunty will meet at the election house? in their seve ral town-hips, on Saturday tho 22A day of Jj6 next, for tho purples of electing two Delegatus from each election district, to meet in County Couventi n in the Court li aise in tho Borough of Ebensbnrg. on tha following ToeJay, whore duty it shIl b to nominate a Ticket to be supported by the Domo-jracy in tho county at tha ensuing fill e!ec:i n. It Will alo be the duty of said Convention to appoint Senatorial Conferee to meet the Con feree of Huntingdon an.l UUir count es and Reprenenta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 June 1850

From Ihe Greenstuff Republican, May 3!. Blots "oil the Rallroadl-The Military Colled Del!! .: On Monday last oath was made before judge Knox, Presiding Judge of our Court, to the effect that the hands now cn strike, in Derry and r airfield townships had. committed outrages and destroyed private property, &c, belonging to con tractors and others. A wsnvmt was irn njediatelv issued to the Sheriff. Sheriff lingua promptly made arrange ments to meet the emergency, in which he.was aided by our citizens. That eve ning he called upon the You'ngstown Ar tillery aud Liginnier Blues, who obeyed, th surnrnons'with the most praise-worthy alacrity, and" marched with upwards of 70 men to the scene of the Riots on Tues day. - In the meantime, active prepara tion were made to bring, if necessary, force enough to quell anything like resist ance. .But happily the force under com mand of Col. Coulter was found sufficient to suppress, and it is hoped, abundantly .able to arrest the ringleaders of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 June 1850

LOVE THE ANXOYER. (The or igl nil of this everybody knows. The parody, from Holden's Magazine, is unsur passed to ita way.) "Common as light aa lore, And ita familiar voice weariea not ever." Saellty. Lore knoweth everybody' boose, And every human haunt. And cornea unbidden everywhere, Like people we don't want. The turnpike roads and little creeks, Are written with Love'a words. And you hear his voice like a thousand la the lowing of the herds. bricks lie peeps into the teamster's heart, From bis Buena Vista'a rim. And the cracking whips of many men, Can never frighten him. He'll eome to his cart in the weary night; When he'a dreaming of his crsfl; And he'll float to his eye in the morning light Like a man on a river raft. Heheara the sound of the cooper's adz, And makes him loo his dupe. For he sighs in his ear from ihe shaving pi le Aa he rummers on his hoop. The little girl, the beardless boy, The men that walk or stand, lie will get them all in his mighty arms Like the grasp or...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 June 1850

A 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE . TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, JUN E 13, 1850. VOL. G. NO. 36. av 53 MISOE I, X. XL N E OUS The Miseries of Mesmerism. - A Scene at a Social Party. ' BY ONE THAT WAS THERE. "A merry party was assembled ia the parlor of a friend not long since,- ana a merry time had the guests, if we may iudge from the continual excitement which was kept up by the principal spirits of the occasion. Many a good joke was perpe trated, and many a bad one was enjoyed at the expense of some one present. Among the fairer portions of the guests was one Miss Sarah H , who is be loved and admired for all her accomplish ments and natural kindness of heart, while she is dreaded for her keen satire, and her apthes at the execution of cruel and prac tical jokes. Miss II had reigned supreme during the evening, and nearly every guest pres ent had suffered from her wit. Among those who had suffered in the most...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 June 1850

innmrn i mr (lnniminmi ffl I1YTAI EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1850. FOR CONGRESS, GEN. JOSEPH M'DONALD, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, Subject to tie decision of the Democratic Con. gre$$ional Conference. STATE NOMINATIONS. rOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. WILLIAM T. MOKISON, Of Montgomery County, FOR A UDITOR GENERA L, KPHftAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. POKTElt BItAWLEY, Of Crawford County. 0The Scxtjmel, has much the largest cir dilation of any paper published in thit county and at an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making vs of i - - f . . .. . . . Ai meaiumjor extending ineir business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents; John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third s Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq., NewYork Philadelphia and Baltimore. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. ' "The Democratic citizens of Cambria county will meet at tha elect...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 June 1850

jSftie'JMerchtntleft atHranalte fiaf- Bo9ton. Jvfte 7. The brig Portland, Captain Safford. Iios arrived here 'from (Sarenas. "whence she sailt-d on the af ternoon of tho 21st ult , on day after t!ii flight of Lop?z and his paity Cant. Safford informs us that about 00! troops had arrived Cardenas from Havana and nil wtvs uuict in the Diace. j iPivo ir.cn of the invading force under Lopez, were left behind and and were in prtsoa. It was not known what disposi tioA AWuld be made of them. The amount taken by Lopez from the1 Costom House, is acknowledged iy the cpllrcior tohare been only 81,000. ; From Cuba. New York, June 10. The ateamer "Georgia" arrived from Havana, with advices to the 4th inclusive -i-"five day a later. The United Slates steamer "Saranae," bitting pennant of Cora. Tatnell, entered t)kit harbor previous to Georgia's sailing, And was to leave in the afternoon for Norfolk. ;The aloopa of War "Albany and Cittantown, were cruisinz off the harbor. On the 5th, at 12 o'clock...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 June 1850

JLi r r i 1 l "MoCNTAlV Se.NTIN'EI." 18 f ub!ihej PV rj Thursday morning at Two Dollars pe irmuin, payable halt yearly. No subscription will be taken for a' shorter period than eix months; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearage are paid. A ailure to notify a discontinuance at the expira. tionot the term subscribed for, will be consider ed as a new engagement. 13-ADVERTISEMENTS will bo inserted at the following rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for tho second ; 1 for three insertions, and 25 cents per square for every subsequent insertion. A liberal do. duction mode to those who ' ndvertisn bv the year. All advertisements handed in mast have the proper number of insertions marked there, on, or. ihcy will be published till Jbrbid and charged in accordance with the above terms. UTAH letters and communications, to insure attention must bo post paid. JOHN IVORY. ED., SHOEMAKER mrnii Mill IT HOTEL Ebensburg," Pa. fTJlIIE undsrsigned respectfully i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 June 1850

it ii it i j iv ii ii i r i i 1 : al V.i i IV I E VIE H I 311 V Jit ill J I I ill n BV JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THCR5 DAY, JUNE 20, 1S50. VOL 6. 10. 37. V! Trim, lut JLniil.tr:rv ur.hr r filer cr.7tt . THE OLD KLLL. ILjx.1 3'iii remeniiH-T, itsET. Tle ax.i!l by iLt xic -LiL iut , Ax tch Ti fuaxxj tLuic; Ami lnt Ii letrt xf lit iri-nini ueticr., Ot ilt irtJUKl eniutnii x.n inuf XC. WLts- mr fnjiu ewxj lifct eme-tlQE, LTV, uv,z.T Aii Uit nilttrr, itt, v ia. u Eiobsi t ixu, Ati lirt r.irtl ll.rt liui: m "tit- tbp:j rt.II. Ant: Iht TuCtt mi ovtr. v ili. Jrtr ir-uLer b2U Ant liit "W'i-iET ut;l, ii f'iui: t-n:t. rKE"uir:f W -br buief rpij, Aii bit ,f-ui ri pcJiec! f-irnc liit et-r "ieit v-, JLnc iDFunc It srurx mj; Ait EiBPj'erfc., Lill'j, vki. must L'crrwn , T-rr.us;ii.r iitt rtm, virerr i'tit c'Lix.u ur Unit Li j, iut xr.II! ii lurr. iv it, Axic U.C-D-J, curl tii LirL, Laiat lie t. Vcwtrr, cue jui i-i snibLi Cn'fir iiif xatiur Lint stj-; Auc iiit KZrci-ix t iurutJt t v t r uLpTtj Aiit ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 June 1850

r irt A I' V' II J I "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WK1N THEY CEASE TO LEAB, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." i BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, (JUNE 20, 1850. VOL. C. NO. 37. . ' ' ' : - - ' " - - ; .:-.'. .. : . - ' . 3g pja at tin From the Knickerbocker Magazine. THE OLD MILL. Don't you remember, Lily, dear, Ttis milt bj the old hill aide, . . Where wo used to go in the cummer time And watch the foamy tide; And toss the leave of the fragrant beech. On its breast io smooth and bright. Where they floated away like emeralds. In a flood of golden light? Lily, dear. And llio miller, love, with his slouch y cap. And eyes of mildest grey, Plodding about his dusty work, 'Singing the live-long day? And the coat that hung on the rusty nail. With many a motley patch. And the rude old door, with its broken sill, And the striog, and the wooden latch? Lily, dear. And the water-wheel, with its giant arms, Dashing by the beaded spray. And the weeds it pulled from the sand below. An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 June 1850

i the exact moment of his dissolution." He was at all times feeble in bodily health, and his death was hastened by dropsy in the chest. Pope was never married. Thus the three great poets of the six teenth, seventeenth and eighteenth ceri. turies have no living descendants at this period. The four or five latter years of Shaks peare's life, he passed in dignified ease, in profound meditation, and in universal respect, at his native town of Stratford. Pope obtained, from the sale of the Iliad X5, 310, and from the Odyssey 2,685. He enjoyed for many years the retreat of Twickenham, where many of his later productions were written. The Great Diseorery. Intense interest is felt in the discovery of Mr. Paine, of producing light and heat from water, and the New York Tribune has the following in reference to the trial Bhortly to be made at the Astor House, in New York. Professor Henry, of the Smithsonian Institute, at Washington does not believe in it, and gives certain reasons which, in hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 June 1850

of rock, which they "had to climb, and! i . r.nnin which -th r.nuld ' nnlfl nifiiiiiiniiiv ill vliii . ...w-- -. - . . . v - rm i i i . t Mr. avoid; narrow gorges trjrougn wmcn ineytiavana, June i, in me .iouue riuuie, 10 paS!, ..u V . u, Whose crests noliung tuia mine couu pass with a prospect ol sulely, and wherr u.ennittea lo lami vvnnoiua passpun, saj slaving- ajsiy wagons wnn mem on meirCrum Miss Alaria J. Rorke Join O. the s'lVhtsst misstep would find riderj ''Generally accredited rumors are injroute to California. St. Lexus iiestrii-lcunningham, Michael Rispen Patrick and all hundreds of feet b -low; but tl-ey ousherl nn nhoul two hundred and thirty nxues from I'ik-Wo, me pt ini they sf ted Here, among the easiernifrom IN ew Urleans, who has been some-s purs oF the Sierra Nevada, they foundlvvhat conspicuous in Cuban affairs, is saidi u e .orVi rrnM :imlfin hp hnm in rrmnprrinn with that ntir-U ailver ion; and in such quantities as they had not dreamed of a peneci mouniauijio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 June 1850

Court Maitialed for riot catching . Lopez at Cardenas. -1 - 1 : ' ' "- The two ressels belonging to the ex pedition, which were captured, have been brought in here. It is not yet known what will be done with the men that were found on board of them. Of the five ta ken ut Cardenas, four were shot, and one was pardoned because he saved the Jife of a Spanish roldier. The Falcon took on a considereble number of passengers to Chagres. The Cuba prisoner. The Patria, which of course knows all about it, says that on the 27th ult. the prisoners cap tured on the Georgiana and the Susan Loud were to be brought up before the mmnptint tribunal at Havana, when, if they were proved innocent, they would be released if not, not. The Patria says it derives ii from ' the only source worthy of credit." It also asserts that the Captain General has no power either to disch arge or retain the prisoners.' Romance of the Cuban Expedition. The steamer Caston, Captain IJebbard, arrived on Saturday from Palatk...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 June 1850

The KiTfr ind Harbor Bill. The New York Day-Book thus "hits " some of the features of the log rolling ' fnr the improvement of the Rivers and ' :;bors. which broke down with its own! i.;"'ht and til's incojifiruous nature of its rurrials, during the I;:st days of the Uf Cc Tress : i Iter and Harbor Kill. The biil :ta appropriations to drain John Smith's C:.np. fence in Joe Snooks' garden, ditch ia Tcter Ferguson's farm, build a new dam Czt Widow Scroggin's saw mill, turn the ctrrrsM of Leap Frog creek so as. to save Lyman Henderson's hog-yard, put down new pump logs for John Anderson, and build a wind mill for Tom Snyder, was dsferted in the Senate by the shrewd tac-t:- 'f the minority. VVe hope now that C jj. Snooks Ferguson, and other lazy tz Js and speculators, will go to work r 1 do themselves what might have been C ) in half the time, and with half the t y which has been spent in trying to ;aade Congress to do it for them. 3 " &e Contested Eleventh District. i)i-?iUe, April...

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