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Biddeford Union And Eastern Journal Newspaper Archives Apr 14 1854, Page 1

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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - April 14, 1854, Biddeford, MaineTue Mio i and easter , in re Luau Wei scr Rater. Oin Amso. 1 Block. opposite iam Buu Choiu to oium. To so a a us a put re Noui or it pay Al we Ybia cum Tomito Quot la Udo <4 a ouch Leaf us Alo Imp a be obtained Al Thea Ofili Eib Soaia. Prior 4 a Row a. T b put a a the american newspaper agent is Holt no authorised agent or Livia paper in Ike alies of new a new to Loo and i Philadelphia and is duly empower 1 to Lake adv arioso. A mails and at ibo same Ralos is re Muir i by a. I Pflum we Are Yore Tribune build in car Lam soul eve Ebu tiding a Phil it a Letkia n. W. Corner third and Chea aul at rent. B1ddef0rd, Friday april 14, 1854 Louis 0. Cowan editor and proprietor. Skin cd Ron a wire. From Tbs Rich Momi is whig we learn that a Yankun traveller is in that City searching Lor his wife. He says that on his Way from Cali 1 Fornin about three Mouths ago in company with his Wilo to Del Neil a few weeks iii miss Ippi with a View of examining that portion of the country Ami settling into it u Poohl discover a suitable location. Jit i the tecon Poitie he loot his wife by some a Accident or she lost him it does not mutter which and after several fruitless searches fur her he Betook by mses of to his native Clave Massachusetts believing she might ave made her Way there. Finding upon Bis arrival she was not within the four Corners of that Staley in resolved to return again to Mississippi and there renew his search. Be lore i Eavia Homo however he made a solemn vow not to taste a single morsel of food he should find her. He seemed very much dejected and it was known that he bad eaten nothing during the three Days which he had remained of Rich mood. Pastures. There in no one Tiiu Mie neglected by formers than their pastures. Linio attention is paid to them. They Are Seldom slowed after the first Clearing and if the Bushes Are kept Down it in ail that Coia Mou husbandry seems to require. In foot moot o our pastorete net Tobey anything of but by a of larger growth not overran with Heath i

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