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Settler And Pennon (Newspaper) - September 2, 1841, Smethport, Pennsylvania VOLUMES. THE SETfl.EK AND 13 PUBLISHED BY W. S. OVIATJT. five cenu, in advance: Two dollars, if not paid within three months after subscribing: Two dollarsland fifty centfc, invanaWy.when not paid within the year. j Advertisements will be inserted at One dollar per square, Primer, lor the first threeUsertions; and twenty-five cents for each subsequent one. Figure work double prici. A discount will be made to tnose who tdTertise by the year. piper or advertisement will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the optio.i of the publisher. must be postpaid, ty receive attention. I S 4 U E LIST. September Term, 1841J tV. Gibbsivs H.Howe kurobermin's Bank W. P. same vs S. Sartwell, jr E. Beckw thrs J. F.Clark 3. Gable vs B. Marsh vs Gibbs same vs Gibbs Houghton same vs J. Thompson H. N. Wheeler vs A. M. Casler KEAIV AMP POTTER COUNTY ADVERTISER, _ -Y-W WK. 4-k. ri m COUNTY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1841. UMBER 43 came J. F.CIarl T. Ivesr Jr G. JVbrth J. Abbey A. Elmer vs same J. Hammond's tsJ. F. Clark Guuing vs B. Freemau A. V. Parsons vs same vs N. D'Golier vs J. Sartwell vs L. wife vs H. Payne vs Moore
required the sacrifice of domestic bliss, a severance ofthe connubial tie, of filial bonds. And these were not enough to satisfy the demands ofthe strange God; pecuniary tribute was exacted to the- amount of all the peisonat property, of the man already bereft of wife and chil- dren. and hopeless, he yield- ed to the demandr and besides hor- ses and the cattle of the field, he literally emptied his house'to satiate thfr cupidi- ty of this other Juggernaut. They left him alone! The wife, twasons and 3 daughters arrived in Missouri, three months after arrival on Mormon ground the mother sickened and died. And now Joshua widowed! and childless though he be, by the power of Mormon delusion, having recoireredi from the shock, with the big heart of a sailor forgives, and stands by ready for another pvH at the on the ocean of life-Dunkirk Beacoo.
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