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One of the Western Obituary notices. --Mister Edatue:--Jem brings, we are sorry tu stait, has deseized. He departed this Life last mundy. Je wos generally considered a gud feller. He dide at the age of 23 years old. He went 4th without any struggle; and sich is Life. Tu Da we are as pepper grass, mighty smart, tu Morrer we are cut down like a cowcumber of the ground. Jem kept a nice stoar, which his wife now waits on.--His vischews wos num rors o behold. Meuny is the things we bot at his grocery, and we are happy to stait to the wurld that he never cheated, speahully in the wate of monkrel, which wos nice and smelt sweet, never knew him to put sand in his sugar, tho he had a big sand bar in front of his hous; nur water in his Lickers, tho the Ohio River runs past his core Peace to his . He leves a wife, 8 children, a cow, 4 horses, a crowcery, a cat, and other quitrepeds to mourn his loss; but in the spalendid langwidge ov the poit, his loss is there eternal gane.
One of the Western Obituary notices. --Mister Edatue:--Jem brings, we are sorry tu stait, has deseized. He departed this Life last mundy. Je wos generally considered a gud feller. He dide at the age of 23 years old. He went 4th without any struggle; and sich is Life. Tu Da we are as pepper grass, mighty smart, tu Morrer we are cut down like a cowcumber of the ground. Jem kept a nice stoar, which his wife now waits on.--His vischews wos num rors o behold. Meuny is the things we bot at his grocery, and we are happy to stait to the wurld that he never cheated, speahully in the wate of monkrel, which wos nice and smelt sweet, never knew him to put sand in his sugar, tho he had a big sand bar in front of his hous; nur water in his Lickers, tho the Ohio River runs past his core Peace to his . He leves a wife, 8 children, a cow, 4 horses, a crowcery, a cat, and other quitrepeds to mourn his loss; but in the spalendid langwidge ov the poit, his loss is there eternal gane.