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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 August 1852

iffiT A 1 WE GO WHEfiE DEMOCBATIC PBINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; THEY CEASE TO LEAD, XTZ CEASE TO FOLLOW." VOLUME VIII. EBENSBIRG, TfflJRSMY, AUGUST 5, 18a2. MLMBER 42. T 12 R !I S. The ".VOCXTAI3' SEXTIXEL" is publish- every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and Fiflu Cents per anuuin, if paid in advance or Tri'tbin three months : after three months Two Ihllart will be charged. So subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be cousid erd as a ncw engagement. BflL. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at the following rates: 30 cents per square for the firt insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; -51 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square Tor everv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. Ml advertisements nanueu i ber of insertions marked thereon. or they will be publish...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 August 1852

HOVHTAIB SIITIIEL Andrew J. Ehey, Editor. EBENSBURG, TA. Thursday, August 5, 1853. DEMOCRATIC. TICKET. For President, 1KAXKL1X riCRCE, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President WILLIAM 15. EtlXG, of Alabama. I For Canal Commissioner, W1LLIA9I SEAIUGUT, of Fayette Co. County Humiliations. For Assembly, THOMAS COLLINS, of "Washington. For Sheriff, ATJGTJSTIN DTJEEIK, of "Washington. Commissioner, JACOB E. STTJLL. of Eichland.J Auditor, JOHN A. M'CONNELL, of Clearfield. Coroner, CAMPBELL SHERIDAN, ef Johnstown. ETuGen. Geo .rotts, is announced in tbe Holli daysburg papers, as an independent candidate for Congress in this district. Bi,We return thanks' to Hon Linn Boyd, Hon. R. Brodhead, Hon. W. II. Seward, A. G. Fenn, lion. M. M. Dimmick, Hon. E. B. Hart, and Hon. Ephraim Banks, for a number of pub lie documents. Cool. TLe Thermometer on Sunday last, at 3 o'clock r. M., stood at 50 in the shade. Over coats and fires commanded a premium and were the order of the day. We love a cool day and a...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 August 1852

Ar&nt Decision In Regard to the important yne Law. We stated some time pince the decision of the Supreme Judicial Court .f Maine in regard to ike seizure of liquors i transitu. Tbere were veral other points touched upon in the deci sion rendered, the most important of whi. li "ere as l-l!v.s. We fir. I them in the Hath Times : ..... ..tIkm-p N ii'-t'iini in 'he act u:.ijc.itive of an intention i" wealing intoxicating liquors bc-j in"" property, when possesseu ny a person ior l3 own use, without any intention to sell. TLe act cannot prevent the transport of li , uor from one town or city to another, or through the State, when there is no intention to make ale of the same. " ti,p .leelared design of the law was the 'sup pression of drinking houses and tipling shops,' anJ the law snouiu receive u, patible with its design. The general language of the act must he restricted so as to accomplish the general intent and declared purpose thereof, of the provision in relation to the holdin...

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. — 5 August 1852

HiiiTAii mmu. Andrew J. Bhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. A Touching tram m. Jlnrdfrer'i Wife. From the Moli'e Tribuue. The following letter was written by the wif f the criminal Crist, shortly after he was ar rested in Ohio, and brought to this city. It reoched him in jail. It is a touching and wom anly performance, and shows in every line that constant faith which, in the heart of a true wife lifce the ivy to the oak in a storm clings more slosely as adversity falls around its object. "We publish it literally, except a few changes in the punctuation. Guilty as Crist is, there must be ia his nature some hidden source of gentleness. No perfectly evil thing could prompt such at schment as this affecting letter betrays. Cleveland, April 7, 1852. Mv Dearest Husband: I have been very mis erable since they took you away. When you were here, and I could have the happiness of seeing my own darling sometimes. I was better satisfied ; but now my heart is almost crushed. They have torn you from me...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 August 1852

7 A 1itf lr-mr- AX " WE GO WHERE DEIdCCEATIC P8IHCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHET THEY CEASZ TO LEAD, w CEASE TO FOLLOW." volume nil. EBENSBMG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1852. NMBflR 43. II J II III 1113 115 I? 1 III TUe Room of the Household. .BT E. COOK. There's a room 1 love dearly the sanctum of bliss, Tint holds all the comforts least like to miss ; Where, like ants in a hillock, we run in and Where sticks grace the corners, and hats lie a bout ; W here no idlers dare come to annoy or annue With their "morning call" budget and scanda lous news ; 'Tis the room of the household the sacredly free " Tis the room of the household that's dearest to me ! The romp mav be fearlessly carried on there, For the bijouterie rubbish solicits our care ; Ml things are as meet for the hand as the eye, And patch work and scribbling unheeded may Clack Toni may be perched on the sofa or chairs, He may stretch his sharp talons or scatter his hairs; . Wet boots may "come in," and the ink-drop For theoom of the...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 August 1852

HOimil SEITIIEL. Andrew J. Hhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Tknradny, Angnt I'i, 1853. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, FBASKLIX PIERCE, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President WILLIAM lilXCS, of Alabama. For Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM SEARIGIIT, of Fayette Co. County dominations. For Assembly, THOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff, ATJGrSTIN DTrRBIN, of "Wsshington. ' Commissioner, JACOB R. STTJXL. of Eicfclx.nd.1 . Auditor, JOHir'A. M'CONJTELL, of Clearfield. Coroner, CAMPBELL SHERIDAN, of Johnstown. J-On 190 day t of this month, next Thursday, the commissioned officers of the Cambria Brigade -will assemble at Ebensburg for parade and inspection, ancLpn the same day a general court martial will be' held for the trial o - , of all persons who may be brought before it. We return thanks to C. B. Cotter, Esq., for a we'll executed likeness of Gen. Frank Tierce, the next President of the United States. Those of our friends who desire to look npon the "coun terfeit piesentment" of the N...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 August 1852

rSIOM OrH EXCHANGES. 1 -TLe Lancastrian says: One , o7 our t fflM Lvons, John R. Chamblin, and Hunter ! in Derry township informs us that an old juniea v ' ....... I Hills Centleman irt thnt ntirr1itnvl,nl rorahall -wrtiijr cnraiunics lor electors in t nun n:s Marsnan, . 'owrewj on, has Signified his intention cf to- ciniif rci " x tul& lor a'ieece ana king. nociinaticn eott. Gc-rge V. Thorny -if n, the u l t:!c:.ted n present.-itive frost the ict, J" ( engross, resign-'.! HIS . a n v.'iisi-pr oi uiis nouso ca yes it-rJ.iv. n -r I-: su i-s..r qrovo himself worthy to itcar Lis vuc-Oit slippers. July 3. "The Boston Bee says : "Mr. Webster eonti- on bis farm at iMarsnceia. ins neaitn HLS3 ,1 sfrcDgth are rapidly improving. lie is vis an ited by many of his friends, and the hospitable manner in which they are treated, is character istic of the man. Everybody ij made "atbome" ja Marshfield. In the meantime, Mr. Webster is watching the pointings and tendencies of the diplomatic world,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 August 1852

TERMS. The "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" is V' cd every Thursday morning, at One llar and Fifu, Cents per annum, Hf"' within tbree months; after three montlis Juo Dollars will be charged. shorter No subscription will he taken for a shorter period than six mouths; and no TTr b discontinued until oil ear''"hxvirt failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid- AErSSSSxTS will be inserted at uTc following rates :-60 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; SI for three insertions ; and 2o cents per square Xor every subsequent insertion. A liberal redac tion made to those who advertise by the year. All advertisements handed in must have the proper number of insertions marked thereon, or they will be published until forbidden, and sharped in accordance with, the above terms. fgg All letters and communications to insure attention must be post paid. A. J. RHE1 . MOimil SEITIIIL. Andrew J. Ehey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. From...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 August 1852

J i 4 h a ft t " WE GO WHERE EEMOCEATIC PKIKCIFLES POINT THE WAY ;YH2i; TKEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO POLLOW." VOLUME VIII. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 18-52. 44. i. t , , IE TERMS. The "VOUXTAIX SEXTIXEL" is publish el every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three months Two Dollar will be charged Xo subscription will be taken for a shorter reriod than six months ; and no paper will be .continued vnlil all arrearage are paid. A failure to notify a drtcontinuanc at tke expira tion of the term subscribed for, -will be consid ered as a new engagement. gsa ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted t tile following rates: -50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; il for three insertions ; and 2-3 cents per square tDr every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year, (ll advertisements handed in must have the proper number of insertions marked th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 August 1852

MQBBTA1B SEBTIHEL. Andrew J. Hhey, Editor. EBENSBUEG, PA. Thnrsnaj', August 10,"1S53 DEMOCKATIC TICKET. For President, FRAXKLIS PIERCE, cf Hew nampstire. For Vice-President of Alabama. County dominations. For Assemtly, THOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff, . AUGUSTIN DUEEI1T, ef Washington. Commissioner, JACOB E. STTJLL. of Richland." Anditor, JOHU A. ITCONNELL, of Clearfield. Coroner, CAIIPBELL SHERIDAN, of Johnstown. Death of Col. Seariglit. It is our painful duty to record the death of Col Wm. Scaright, our late candidate for Canal Commissioner ; which sad event took place at his residence near Uniontown, Fayette county on Thursday morning, 12th inst., at 7 o'clock. The Uniontown "Genius of Liberty" in announ cirg the fact has the following tribute to his memory : "We stop the press, after having printed off some of our papers, to perform a most painful duty to announce the death of Col. William Seaeigiit, of this county, who had been confin ed to bis bed over five weeks wi...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 August 1852

FROM oVR CXCII AXGES. jgRciJ, Democrat, ia elected Governor of 'orth Carolina by a majority of 4.000! Wm. A Graham the whig candidate for Vice Prcsi i nt resides in that Staie. O ! poor Scott find that Staie. O ! poor Scott and Crimes ! 2fTYro ninrj fishing vessels have been fojt- c,iontkecoa-t of Nova bectia by the Britis-i ar vessel , ... . . murder was committed in ckinc Buffalo, on the lGth inst. The dwellin" of Mr. i , A i v j, ' Tvieoh Hartman was entered by two negroes ( Josepn in o , and Mr. II. "was killed while in bed asleep, by a l0yr with a heavy iron bar. On Saturday night three fires occurred in Baltimore, burning 10 houses. The fireman tad a riot and several persons severely stabbed. One man John Gregory, had fifteen dirk wounds n bis body and was not expected to survice. J ' -r . C a. MARBfAGE IS JlrCn J-.1FE AT SARATOGA. Ol. reter's Church, at Saratoga Springs, presented I a magnificent appearance ou xuuiauay muiuiu of last week, to witness the marriage ceremony of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 August 1852

9 ' IMt lll Ml HI Sheriff's Sales. TY virtue of sundry writs of Lev. Facias, r.nd II Yen. Exponas, issued out of the Court of Common pleas, of Cambria county, and to me directed, there will be exposed to sale, at the Court House, in the Borough of Ebensburg, Cambria county, on Monday, tho Gth day of September next, at 1 o'clock, P. M. The following described real estate to wit: Alt the right, title and interest of Daniel Di moiid of, in and to a piece or parcel of land, sit uate in Summerhill Township, Cambria county ; adjoining lands of Jacob W. Slick, Amos Ellis and others, containing forty acres more or less, about twenty three acres of which are cleared, having thereon erected a one story hewed log houseand log stable, now in the occupancy of the said Daniel Diniond, and a hewed log house and cabin stable, in the occupancy of Sarah Dimond. Taken in execution as the property of Daniel Pimond, and to be sold at the suit of James Murray for use of mlliam Fa.mer ALSO. All tho right,...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 August 1852

"'- " X??XS1S 3aM&s-autyf .5jgi?TWw:-1' emvvJ.-Lm.VTt v . vrZwrr- V v 9 "WE CD WIIEIIE miOCHATIC PPvIXCIPLES POINT THE J7AY WHZ1I TZ7 CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." VOLUME VIII. BBBSSBBBO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1852. NUMBER 5. TEItUIS. The "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" is publish ed every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and fifty Cents per annum, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three months Two Dollars -will be charged. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; and no paper will be discontinued VRilk aU arrearages are Jaid. A failure to notify adisconiinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. Bgfa, AD VERTISEMENTS will be inserted at the following rates : 50 cents per square for the first insertion ; 7o cents for two insertions ; 1 for three insertions ; and 2-5 cents per square tar every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. AH advertisements ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 August 1852

M0IHTAI11 SIJTIliEL. Ajidrew J. Bhey, Editor. EBE? fSBUBG. PA. Thursday, Angnst 26, 1853. DEJIOtTRATIC TICKET. For President, FBA5KLIX PIT-KCL', of New Hamrriire. For Vice-Presidant 1111X1451 I?. fiIC, of Alabama. CoMity Yominu!Ioiis. For Aiembly, THOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. Yor Sheriff, AUGTJSTIN DTJESIN, of "Washington. Commissioner, JACOB E. SIULL. of Bicbland.'' Auditor, JOHN A. M'CONNELL, of Clearfield. Coroner,! CAMPBELL SHERIDAN, of Jl astown. "PIERCE AND KING CLUB." There will be a meeting of the members the "Pierce ond F'ng Club" at the Court House j ibis even'g. A general attendovoe is reques ied. Bgk-The Democratic State Convention "meets at Harrisburg to-day, to nominate candidates for the Supreme Bench and Canal Commissioner. We hope to publish the proceedings next week. &yA new two-horse hack has been placed upon the turnpike between Ebensburg and Ir- diana, ond leaves this place every Monday md Thursday at 7 o'clock, A. M. ; returning, leave Indiana every Tuesd...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 August 1852

I KO.U OCR EXCHANGES. ggOn the 7th in?t, Spaulding & Rogers' great Circus Establishment was at St. Louis, .nil afloat" in the Mississippi. It is described M a vast aquatic amphitheatre, surpassing ait " " - American Theatres in elegance and comfort, vith 1100 arm chnirs, 50 cushioned Beats, and XK) gallery f'-ts. The St. Louis Republican Va of t't's rrp;it flo.iting palace as a "leviu- than of -'fitT 01 -lie capacity oi a smaii sized city, with saloons, with drawing rooms, vestibules, office, broad aisles, dressing rooms, stables, and an amphitheatre, ring and all, ca pable of seating 3,000 people in one hull 1 Add to this, gorgeous chandeliers and brackets, gas ligbts, massive mirrors, elegant paintings, su perb hangings, and ornaments, rich cornices ex quisite embellishments, Brussels carpet, arm chairs, sofas, and what visions of magnificence 8nd royal splendor are excited! jgyCapt. AIrving Lewis died at Mobile, on the Sd inst., of yellow fever. Capt Lswis was formerly a lieu...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 August 1852

MOUNTAIN SEITIiEL 1U U U 11 11 --- - - Andrew J. Bb.ey, Editor. EMNSBURG, TA. Tluirnrtay, Angu't gO, 1853 AHeautiful Tribute to FrnnKim Below we publish a just and handsome trib ute to General Tierce, taken from the columns of the New York Journal of Commerce. The j still, email voice of commendation from this res pectable whig paper is heard with delight amid the storm of calumny and detraction which as-, sails our noble leader : "All who have with an impartial eye observ ed the conduct of the nominee of the democrat ic party for the office of President, must have been struck with his unobtrusive and modest course, and not less with the high and manly spirit, evinced whenever called upon to act or speak. These traits of character arc rare in public men, and especially among those, who bred to other pursuits, quit them in time of war for services in the field. They arc ever associ ated with the highest qualities of mind and of heart, and win for their possessor the respect and estee...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 September 1852

I lBUiru-'j''nner iJJ'a;j"""gngyvThiji - , ,., siimi i i ,L " n i h i n unm h i mi iiibi i n ,ir -i rut r-MxiLM. j ... i i in inn n ". . . " " m mi iin nTTr " W2 00 WH2J1E DEMOCRATIC PfilNCIPLES TOUT! THE "WAY ; WHEN THEY CZAS2 TO LEAD, "V7E CEASE TO FOLLOW.' VOLUME nil. EBENSBUBG, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1852. NUMBER 46. TEIIM S. The "MOUXTAIX SENTINEL" is publish ed every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, if paid in advance or within three mouths; alter three months Two Dollar will he charged. o subscription Trill be taken for a shorter period than six months ; and uo paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new encagemc-nt. AD VER TISEMENTS Trill be inserted at the following rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; $1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square jr every subsequent insertion. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 September 1852

V.imil S1ITUII Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBEKSBURG, PA. Thnrdy, September g, 1853. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, .-FRAiraiJKY PIERCE, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President1 If'ILLIAN R. KIXG, of Alabama. For Supreme Judge, GEORGE W. WOODWARD, of Luzerne County. Por Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM IIOPKESS, of .Washington. County Nominations. For. Assembly, THOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff, ATJGTJSTIN DUKBIK, of Washington. Commissioner, JACOB H. STTJLL. of Richland. Auditor, JOHN A. M'CONNELL, of Clearfield. Coroner,"' CAMPBELL SHERIDAN, of Johnstown. The Editor is absent this" week which will account for the lack of Editorial in this number, The State Nominations. We have the treasure of announcing to our readers the harmonious termination of the Dent ocratic State Convention, and the nomination of lion. Geo. W. Woodward, of Luzerne, for Su preme Judge, and Col. William Hopkins, qf Washington county, for Canal Commissioner. No better selections could have been niade.- Both o...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 September 1852

FROM CALL Arrival of tlse Falcon. Xk-.v Orleans, Aug. 26. The steamship Falcon arrived here to-day. Kith dates from San Francisco to the 30th, be ing twelve d.-iys later th.-in the advices per Northern Lijiht at New York. The Falcon left Aspinwall City on the 10th, and tas ma Je & very fine run. The Falcon brings 200 passengers, and $300,- 000 in specie. The Falcon reports that the steamship Ore gon had arrived at Panama, with 500 passengers and $2,000,000 in gold dust 'on freight. The Oregon has on board the Pacific mails. The Ohio, with the California mails, 300 pas genders, and the treasure by the Oregon, left Aspinwall, for New York, on the same day that the Falcon sailed. The United States Commissioner for locating a Navy Yard at San Francisco is among the passengers by the Ohio. The health of the Isthmus was greatedly im proved. The cholera had almost entirely disap peared. Now and then an isolated case was re ported. The Panama railroad was doing a very profit able busine...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 September 1852

iiimiMiiTiiu. Andrew J. Shey, Editor. EBENSBURG, TA. TUwrstlay, September S, A RemKlful Sketcli. - "We nro indebted to a writer in tbo Chicago Journal for the following sketch of a domestic scene that caDnot fail to touch a chord in every parent's heart : "Yesterday we saw o wagon loaded with wheat coming into town nothing strange in that, cer atinly. And a man driving the team, and a foman perched on the load beside him, and a child throned in the woman's lap nothing strange in that, either. And it required no par ticular shrewdness to determine that the woman was the property, personal, of course of the man, and that the black-eyed, round-faced child was the property of both of them. So much we saw so much we suppose everybody 6aw, who, looked. It is a fair inference that the wife came in to help her husband to "trade out" a portion of the proceeds of the wheat, the product of eo much labor, and so many sunshines and rains. The pair were somewhere this side a fine point observatio...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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