Society in Sarnia admitted that Captain Pierpoint was really quite an acquisition.
We stopped four hours at Montreal, and next arrived at Sarnia.
Sarnia was visited on the following day and, besides the usual addresses, one was presented from the Indians of Upper Canada.
We passed through Toronto and thence to Sarnia, and on to Chicago.
Duncombe waited till he was well on the American side, and his escorts on the way back to Sarnia.
No happier and more loving pair in all Sarnia than Captain and Mrs. Pierpoint.
The black walnut grew, originally, south of a line from Toronto to Sarnia.
But old Mick Sarnia said hush, for his wife's sake, and so we hushed, and Sarnia's wife doesn't know even now.
After a time the reporter at Sarnia caught the idea, and messages were exchanged by the new system.
About this time the ice had carried out the telegraph-line between Port Huron and Sarnia.