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Weekly Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - September 20, 1862, Placerville, California THE WEEKLY MOUNTAIN Oil OUR VOLUME w All UV 1AE. t The Cobb family were at j 'A little more if you said Mrs. As sde raised her plate there a single knock at tiie great front which apparently of it- l wtU be Mr. Mr to in a a- though he expelled to see the Secretary of TT J at least a Mr. returned the ihe EL DORADO 8EPTEMBEK 2ft, 0fDte I don't if are we will i I 11 f u- here put up at the tavern during remainder At the I Mr. tt On- but it's among these et our and not any uneasily toward the and Mr. ere and thing I am L r 1 from his in the saline emphatic that he Ile was so Urge a s r. hair W TAIN 1. 1 .i not 'K left aim Witt JW nv Vol. L- ft -ir L. WAS far Etc. to be lie ill iven tt Lu at m -j iii K. II WILLIAMS A T T rt S K V A T Ma a be ded thf I so early to Kavc talk on ab v in j take a lair to lor to look tor I I am iu LT I tailed in to It you to join me in un tion i f iv i I am a lew ilo or Neighbor C t. a to con- Will m then 11.ore ill t but 1. I Mam bavc you it I to an Mr. tup j JOHN B. of I J. T T O U N E Y A T L A W F. A. AT 1'ilut ti A. C. A T T O U S E T A T L A W S. W. in l. HUME A T T 1) K N f. 1 s A T I. af I 1 IMi 0. North Jl i CHAS D. in O liU I O. D. O. in all nf I I and Virginia 1TJ. H. at Mam the he f it At un in i. at a z I v Mi. Mr. for i.e 11 mi w had been tiie ii ind an I I lore they an u Li re you t-i g am to Mr how your and I expect they are i- a of a I should nv vt hat little 1 of in At 'til l I- 3. fi um BOOK a- the Cray him pung in front doctor I'll run n. I -ee il tin an- -a said Mr. Mr. U in with all i i n Inch had t oi making rus mettle tin of Ud i A perl colored answered liit Jour with her Iliad thrown bark 8CHOOI, an J and I f ll i the door in Mr. be I a-k W greatly b. tole w I I'll BO in ami nail 9EWSPAPEBS AHD PERIODICALS j liny I am i lion of Mr. to Mr. tu lie the follow him in. i Miss into the S II her as wa- looks ejaculated Mr. depositing huge bulk in i a velvet in of a roal and drawing an 1 toman for I won't j but the old kitchen and the kitchen i fireplace suit my notions just .is Tbc dainty embroidery agreed wilh him II and in as the SHOW to from awl CALIFORNIA j his heavy and tinge it- of yellow EBB CELLAR when she came but showed no an- welcoming her husband with graceful Mr. Cobb made her acquainted with an A at I old neighbor ol Mr. at Cellar OLD on he and Mrs. DEALER til i to ri Mi. anting but he old hat nil as IT Cobb Doctor has a barn a horse out h. re that I it is about ring mistrust a lillie liay wouldn't taste bad to Mr. shall be obliged to you to take your horse to tbc as Ihe has n extra in the observed Mrs. in a ous lone though she to coat Mr. seemed like lo him he would ma ie a his if but out Mr. he of I we shan't be bothered with any of We've j thai to lip expect and won't be on the tabl clo Otis was n but Jr. acral at It lo IU of U may as u ell be brief and come to the point I n plain you know neighbor H I have out a k S i. ii He II without the ill d ver that certain one- of our on won't call oti but you 1 well MI nerk and H hich i ave c lu his tun v. Mr. Tobb from caring for tiie not in the not until tt h set m-d a H lille vino the north day at bad intin but coid ami il elegant br. 1- I'll warrant you none of your stuck up or 1 I s. en ol The f- r and u- one lhe way several nnd a till fir into the i in of a dim Wa- to show tiie haven they Mr. U jumped the way to the nil ins ca'S tly by a and two hy a sudden of tin lie man of levy wa- nl s live If him 1 urn th tetly after Mr found with in yet d lo A bit j. a ol itii ti It a- not a to a a t 1. 1 pink t-i a- ou anu 1 cat a of be d before till was Well lor every minute wa- a to and tune so up that really Ue 1 more iy vi tin r above i b. it t the 1 tui i i an h hem to to bid i the r t and 1 in u It t to il iy i- I tiie i e lure a- ve nri iu lii joy of In I. from tiie old Mate in tills st to -ee omy Hunk retired the i but b- ii bei iie did to with 1 never Ins Is tier a be- Citan oM v -i a see u- ten II Mr. all power oi td lor a but he look of the lull be ha i in at tiie I tiie of to see Two on in one wake from to see bunks Up an of w was nl the Mr. stop to i t i powerful jr ad to i- I proud to know that you took Uie to come see poor iii dvf about r and a bit of in her yet with and tt of that she M to the Ihe poor nith its uneven ami looked A ot 11 may be con to some busy w ho groan over the of time by the visits of to know that similar ings have been experienced as by a cut the i ot be .it the binied cities of Pozzi and Cap Ua ale going un with the stimulus ot an of money fur the purpose from the Italian Naples has had the work under her care and con- At Pompeii new been and lime i- an un jhe sonic as Vif locus non est. This be translated This place is not the This i- a- for industrial U modern w for of aii Its is the fact it shows h the same eighteen in a- it i- now in AUK a liiat folks and loafers who into and the divert the attention of the and tint U became y to put up giving a fir all MI- ii in 4. ti. A r one to the a a full 1-J. A S na h. fore been b pi the 1 An old ing to me of was brought of looked a- if they e lot they bad more limn ol tiie tiie maii ful wild ill stone -s do you follow led the None I'm a p. i ou are not far are mm h the The difference is that out and without Where have you over For what I you A little to much and to laugh I w do you A will nt preacher that will good that riot write too and a w ID has to hold his hut do you censure A man ho a for her youth wiio studies or bus the use oi who elect a drunkard ami which roared up or a to an tiie 1 Tt no- f 1 but I 1 bat to me at d a ii led iy of put trie in Mie in tile sil in in tliv by i- a t-i at Mr. a- What h I at man who sition to command the winch bis and A we to be an diate and appropriate reply to an upon the rapidity of the of of the which seem lu rather faster with people with We were once iii an oid ith a woi thy the mud wa- very and our progress at the rate of 4" per To our impatient s I we our the old in a tt bu ii mil not lie never allow my mind i travel any faster than my I seem to have an of the it and it our Inie to a of this sort ol we authors r credit if we their be- VV lib tile tW o Which n it i. a ply he tor in to at the I mi. i very late in the 1 avv very ana that crowded All 1 don't know how il but that last le did the lor It I- of some friends ol thc author of in his loom after a one of number hud fine t-i a flight of t. alarmed at the opened and bai's J the im- leply of ti i- to have on in tary U ill some move tii it I may take a Also on being how Fox would take u provided for iiim by his charitable A a to nis recently j of that vou read my into Hell 1 should like to replied tiie A prosy member of having asked Have y my last speech he 1 Two mini ters were by u tiie ol oim Would MI i.e if bore was tiie An gill al play u by tile of the I met a man who told inu 1 looked hku me it 1 nny knock him the ii Don't trouble al oil a ol a to ol one of his he savv titt lo he winch to you or Two were once tool M M tlw fcr The following bit at UM comes from the Near Tlw negro M I M OM was too strong for the Ab- froo Iii i of ra tut [Not copied from the but put to our and and hold What do half tU that they j darn their I shirU and trol I liave warranted in the 1- An act in relation to An act to emancipate An act to in m the Ten i ar it in of An An act concerning 1 An act to confiscate and told An act to anticipate the wives and i is babies of S. An act lo emancipate nippers who fur the An act to make light for the An act to make freed niters love she Pulls six work's has up in IM Who lives in clover all girls who on UM man's bis 11. An act to educate said freed An act to make paper worth more An to make a little more paper worth more than a good deal more and time hangs heavily on his married Who picking out the softest part H. An act lu free for tht 13. An act in relation to turns out in An act to prohibit importations bv has wood to Hurt B to y 17. An act to make white folks tu the la i 9 f t known as Tax An act authorizing the President to white ter Who is taken up for The married Who The married 1'J. An act authorizing the President to 8ot the Scriptures on arm St Paul knew what W An act to a little more j that i i. A 1 poor AII concerning 22. An act to make omnibus tickets a 23. An act to compensate Congressmen m obtaining but he that marries not 1 are idea tint increasing than any other extend his trade in these I men are watching for Uin i Those bating lo sell let the people know whc tind also h wiH interest to hwa an entire the last People now they can trails In former when a merchant secured a -a i who d i you t tiie kitchen H company in lli poking her bl r to e 1' My 1 1 our ork in you aic e ck e to stir up a Xot a bor ol a can ne 1 hut uei he pro cake for their but a mirb n. i u t 1 Mr. a I 1 am Alter Mr. Mr. il the until the on tiie mentioned it oi the w aroused by in for un at a Mr. told hope you are entertaining an 1 I have an en- lit this eV t -o 1 VV ill and If you would like ton tire we will you your w a 1, but pvc farmer and remarked Mr. as he blew out lhe gas in his bed I will not waste jour lime the state of tiie in the by time hnd discovered j ipe w t Mr. U lhal most try to i arly a- we t ati tore cm m not ball being i a- he wa- to the illy It nine o'clock fast w us and it consisted uf lles 'll come von tii d lite string me and my wile to this our homespun said Mr. in ty by way f A- he e back so in dining frail audible of and it is all kinder in bun to come out of the way to see poor that an't to 11--ps.-_y. putting ihe cuke before the tire in a it with and with cousin Otis and admiring family looked con- An act in relation An act in relation to 38. An act concerning Resolution of disputing about the proponed a new j AND Goethe iy s a at lhe i is so and kind lo that I don't f in that ground as long know how thank him or 1 an obstinate said what to do to deserve it. In the forenoon tiie If my life is hu likes me to play to him the lions of the various great in for an and also tell I him the progress they have while he sits in a dark like Jupiter 2-t. An act authorizing the issue ol more omnibus An act declaring white men almost as as if they An act to repeal the of the Constitution relating to the admission of new An act to repeal the rest of the pledging the nt to pay for emancipated An act authorizing the President to kept him for pay for said are and make their where they pay the best learned from the everybody reads the A. uUr plan of will ways build up a and t in a year or of a magnitude tent which would take long yean tit An act to confiscate Resolutions explaining thai some tilings are not An act in relation to An act to make An act to make a litile An act to wake 'em a good without the for truth of which he A littlo happened at James 1-iand after the I it may not inti of UN was bearer of a ting ol by three other ail happening to be The rebel iy as I to meet lo t tho meal was with ready they bo and like any more that am to turn into can pet alonz well enough tu the It would be kinder handy to another hut 1 hope will Jim up wilii this as we mo all as it w of body and a clear con- liiat came down to meet to be Maj. by tfm f firry I tiie honor msn as well a- nn enemy in The rebel You and i am you a- and regret that us to nuvi io any other the 1 such are of U they were answer the -i nt after some mole they cracked a of wine an 1 she I to of the 1 in or The rebel re- take the New Yolk and should we find your prisoners we will remember you your names no- s u- Maj. S. thanked them for their but Sw corres ol tiie liom Uio singular ot that 1 in re are arid many beau- ol tile dead in An i that can be n iKr the first head curred last week in the ol an in. dying and child ol was hot a or u com- mon it law in the that children his old eyes dashing on me. II did not wish to hear anything of but I told him 1 not let him and played the pan of the phony in C It seemed to have a strange effect on At he causes no but it is only lie continued grumbling in this and Ur i long very wild it makes one fear or old physicians meaning holds if I'll a little of is as the degree of blood in the trials of a large amount in the bodily strength requiring is sent into thr This coodil constant with intrepid the arteries hold the adventure Where they unrestrained into the the I low and For performance L. it needs extraordinary There is chance in as with one cordially into the and the whirling world the others ban and dragged in by the humor and buried privately and alter ls down and those who carry a dead weight Lot nt must it be when by a but never in in u- set tor Ihe slumber ot tho little t- A of the University i Ills were to by ali his school after tiie body of men the or another to it mule very humble lately CM mice that still hi valley of I found Wilhelm and reading it over I was anew enchanted anil it be when played by a j wealth is in j spirited and bu alluded husband its resources to I have been by a chance on my or fullness answers its own to runs and neighborhoods and creeks of other i science brought informi d them they although a ot wind how ltd in at the broken ilown the and and snow an at the pr ing it and a ot in the and w uh in t'i lliu rickety bio cm i red with a taken from tho ate her with a knife and unalloyed were reckoning in in the wrong col- and them should be dealt as they had to do by him and the posited in the repaired eu io by such a glorious work of a fashionable city where they had and fervor it their i display K An of held their scholarly carousals in company with lhe they called to my In the coarse for refit shim and they i about he had been able to sup Hi An papir that recently an old man named Can ford Kt had tiie to and proof of his whom lie had sworn at the altar to love an 1 cherish he performed a r of i and ns their last ali they every be- a Recreation of i is absolutely necessary MB minds and bodies tention and wisdom consists in out There are that they avoid an J dare not but abandon of it vv t and students to m val tiie ytt produced anything of v all my works seemed he liny ol in It- ioL one day If your life be ply Pray do not think This ti rm struck me tiie more remarkable uf These an on reading this vigorous and not tyrants to wb such energy to me i pretend to a mortified It i- y to me e et lhal as if in the course of my injurious to their own of their we out rail her it don't make no fir had as lives it for the somewhat the two when the old man in- formal him that I been wt re Hows of 1 uniformly 1.11 but rather believe that I only say so because I know ought t and is Where I am to lite or even a glimpse of is hitherto to me quilt a I ve that thc will be and if I do not profit by it another but in that I well di be more tending to the if more to your The use of strengthen your tabor THR following in a who Cost horw After hunting in c with a boy until after v w by I an impulse to in next dejected at his he went in THE the t lo Mt ot LAROB to of ihe lovert of the A. W. M. nor lit Cmrj 8BOABS AND T W 8, don't never to set foot among your fashionable gentry as long my name is I bad rather tVr thc pleasure of it be put to it by bowing with elegant breaking stones on the that's And I'll tell you one thing thc first tavern wo come after very line figure of a and i dressed out like a but give me i tcr said Mr. Wiggin to himself com- j you enjoy pood Mm. by Way of open leaving this famine I stop and j in her superior my Polly a gown on j take a bile of something or other to i fully my c shelf You would have thought so to have seen him cabbage and brown disappeared like vegetation at thc time of thc what i- t me -ee it t away and let me look only a thc yeller gold and it's worth more than forty cents said thc mother putting it cup on the top Olis INFI r. a-s beginning appreciate the i of At htf meeting of the British for the Advancement of Bishop of Kipon that tho in in- now nothing the con- ranee nor Italy the contralto a lemon is n in and are of i par IT C habited conversation replied the lor a few days I hate been really and was trying to sleep when you j understood the black girl that you had gone said Mr. Cobb in i only meant that I was not at home to returned Mm. Danvers with I I Mr. king another mental comparison in favor of Fully and her you always keep help inquired Mr. still bent on two a colored and an Irish beside the When thc cousin went along wilh thf lo help until cd thc main siving of locusts in until he had made lhat if he could Mr. ample amends for aM past i marc lie would them It was snowing when they loft the bo- ter berry with and the and snowed thicker and faster as the ho took a friendly farewell and day wore but lhe kept on ed to his home and its going hither and as they heard of j neighbor when the appointed its a immoral Mr. was Tho step he to at the care ill ii to He after- topes to an unusually quarter was about my yOO should tread the intricate and thorny palli of the lhe straight and narrow way of thc or amid the flowery field of the to their wys ho's to set me to giving plants and and in j work in the taier of a very fc HAT WE U. S. Senator from m late the slaves in the name of the we must it in the name of Ward il IM the Bible IM throw it Don't you where we up If Ivw of UM with of Senator it if UM Taw of with i tlw i the i hand into l a proposition to make to said may be with or what your thoughts Mr. as day light began to may hut my mind and opinion that put up your cousin's last for thorough you to pulling up at MV cousin's and the poor neighbor rather than Neighbor didn't know as had 1 trans- poor Ihe in this world's any but preferred to leavo thc Then it is settled in a words We After another and drift be and T have of random shooting into a re- remember ever lo have heard of fined j curred during run of the ado Just as his To old age is to pour cold wa- tbc reached thc of the tcr on tho bod where you must river lhe a struck one of her guns which was being fair never that a lady un- in the and pacing into it a kna we have it from i and own Of all other in prow tat te tlw of ihara M which at tn Mya mv
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