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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 November 1858

birrtiscmtnfs. A UD ITOIl'S NOTICE, TEE UNDER 3k. tdgncd, to r.hoin wrs referred luck, by the Court t-f Cannr.on Pitas vi Camilla county, his report as Auditor of the account between Sarah Dugan, t.dm'x. of the estate of Hugh Du ,a:i, dee'd., plain tiiT, and John Feulon. Esq., mrviving partner of the firm of Fenh u & Heyer, defendants, to hour and decide the exceptions to said report, hereby gives notice that he will tit this o0i-.:o, iu Ebensburg, on Thursda , the E5:h day of Novcmb r next, at one o'clock P. M. of said day, when and where all persons in ter sted may attend. JOHN S. RHEY, Auditor. Oct. 27, 1553:40:11 A UDITOR'S NOTICE. T 11 E UNDER-Jlm- signed having been appointed Auditor by the Orphans' Court ot Cambria cunty, to dis tribute the balance of money in the hands of Famuel P. Guiighenour ai:d Jacob Good, Execu tors of Christian Gougheneair, eke'eh, hereby ives notice that he wilt sii for that purpose at hi office, in tho b. .rough of Ebensburg. on Tues day, the 23r...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 November 1858

hi ffl;:jllljftf it y r i T8b BtEsatxtfs or gotzsxmet, ttms thb dew3 or neAnsr, should bh distributed iussx-m tm man akd thb lof. tub eich astd thVpoob. i SEMES. EBENSBDRG, NOVEMBER 21, : 1858. VOL. 6 NO. 1. laj 1 .T I toy avi be AVI . thj s. by tie lie c'. ryti 3-AYt to 5 1 wt;t MC a.ly Ms. (i tmily lot b'4 Of Ml cs Lrt . lj iiher ! FLIsj ij:f-ir.i hat te Goods, Iv cf X'IS. i ami i. ry.tar 1 blipi' I f lt commercial College. UctfH.- ' ' Chaktked 1855. Itedenti tendixg January 1853. f l.i..rtaml most thorough U'mmer- we United States. Young men TI duties of the Counting Koom. C5, A. Prof, of Book keeping and j t!red and ns.nety-on- acres and one hundred and i "CLOTHING! ! CLOTHiNG ! ! ! EVANS ta.rtecn percnoa, more or less.auout thirty acres of which "re cleared, and having thereon erected one double, and one single Saw Mill, four dwell ing Houses and three Stables, in the occupane ef John and Thomas ltosa and Charles Mills.. - Taken ia Execution, and to bo sold at the suit ot John ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 November 1858

emoQ-at & JStnlineL tofore, we will continue to tupTcrt the time honored principles of tha Democratic Party, and labor faithfully to promote the election of its ... Vt nominees. We confidently anticipate oemg c ciently sustained by the noble hearted Democ racy of the Mountain County. communication. r.. j. MVKRAY, EBENSBURG, WEDNESDAY::: Kdltor and PutolUnr. :XOV. 24. COMMENCEMENT OF A NEW VOLUME- The present number commences the Gth W vmt of the "Democrat Sentinel, arid as we Bre now about taking a "fresh start," we pro pose haviug a little sociable chat with our read r, not doubting that they will grant us a patient htarir.g. Since the. retirement of Mr. Devise, f-u.- months after the commencement of the ich baa fust closed, tie entire control ut the paper has develred on us. We entered on the tliicbartre of cur duties with but little expe- rimce as an Editor, and none as a Publisher, nd at a time when the spirit of faction distrac iJ the tanks of this Democratic Party, from th...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 November 1858

UJL r f 1 iJ ISt J NDSCISSORS. I . i- o eliable author .n davA nr&ised tne ;,fortnus RI1d learned pride nam as0,, A fiienil of oars, who A fi'ientl of ottrs 7 preut in the profession ol ' tt,at the aforesaid individ .ied bum i"tlW' ' tnW wronz. and that althoug o3 ,e reputed to be wise and icuteSVl lteir day and generation, fooli. He thinlis u AT Murray Kerns Shoenbergers Ex.'s Statler Barn's Adm'r Hru' roat rrcre ba-1 Usetleybadn for Led wood-sawiag a couple of days, nonstable ami oeeu u' treat An the money to ill. .... nf innrU. With they wouia oeuui. . - We think so too . ti . i.i:, Xr centlemau irom -uittvunv. n redded "some sixty years 2u?' . . ...Ucrtn.l villasre, a I 11U vv. w 2 wc5t of thi9 place, inform us that fC'ftU it contained upwards of thirty tl Ue supposes that each house was that , -,- bv at leuat r i0 , Taunn- the days of in glory, con. PUf ' woo. hundred and fifty souls. laln?J,! L deserted village Goldsmith had AttburC The Allesheny Comity Bonds. The Pittsbur...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 November 1858

"ALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. The un dersigned offers Lis FARM situate in Jack- jn township, Cambria county, for sale. It con lu.aa 100 acres, about 75 of which are cleared. W i Laving tLeroon erected a large two story PSHjO houde, a large bank barn, and other out tvild'u 23. There is also on the premises a large orchard cf 120 Young fruit treed, ail bearing, XLia is decideJIv one of the most desirable loca t.ur.s in the couatv for a country residence. The Ivcation is pleasant, and the soil productive. A ffJ rcd leading to Suminerhill station, on tLe Pennsylvania Rail Road, passe through the arm dfstance about 4 miles, and is also mile rom the Stone Turnpike. It is in the neighbor hood of the Canntl coal tract, belonging to Ja- ajph Burkhart, and is supposed to contain Can 1 Coal. There is a never-failing spring of wa tor a few rods from the House from which the water is conveyed to the door of the llou&e and barn yard by a Hydraulic Ram. Terms of sale will be so easy that almost any ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 December 1858

THE ELESSIKQS OF GOVEBNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OT IIEAVX, SHOtTLD B DftTMBtS? JUCtEB C?0?T TITE HlGH'ASTD THE LOW, THE RICH ASD THE POOR r.cp ' i!t, T- ,r..,'. JEW SERIES. EBENSBURG, PI, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1? 1858. VOL. 6 SO. 2. &l i i i'ar ietf 1. 11, . it 19 ti.i-.r : J ad.; unk-' IS. ' G. I.. ! :1 J.-7.7:-' Hid j las.., d fur ' E.n! r caw urnier saweJ rrrco s west ; rz; Li i t Its s. i Caps, i 'arpec , :ply tt n hatJ ;ht ani j i rices iu:s. ': illy IP ct ?ivt J of E, T. f i f CapS ealh lllOIlN, lEElI.S 3:2. ; pur ; ol tbo icpartii 'S, ?eded i ;I.e C't 1 roi-eivf artkl. ACS. JS, e!! 0 t awaj, ; y Fifty i ; unrfe of, -:un BndJ j jRrcad-f Siatbn$. u amp. peep &ll , by ' , by star : r.e parts i will en-1 trai s ct I nany an j "Tiro I e Blue?, re unk we w 'll I ;roublf; ow f"M S"wiX . for tl.ree 1 ctcap"" con)- r the 1 1 sylvan" I Stltct SLbbtrttsnncnfs. rtiE GREAT WEEKLY PAPER ! THE NEW YORK WAYEELEY, asd LIT FrrYHOME CIRCLE. Devoted to the thrill- ,v e leant if ul, the instruct...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 December 1858

democrat $p Sentinel. D. MIRHAV, Editor and PnlilUhtr. KBENSDUBG, WEDNESDAY ::::::::::::DEC. 1. WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP ELECTION TVe presume all our renders in this county are aware, that a petition was presented to an ad journed Court held in this place last October, com plaining of an undue election having been held in Washington township, for County Commissioner, at the late General Electkm, and praying for an investigation. The prayer of the petitioners was ffranted. and a Commissioner appointed to take testimony, and report on the first t'ay of Decern ber Term. Of course, the presenting of the peti tion and the appointment of a Commissioner to Uke testimony, gave origin to an ludefinite amount cf political gossip and "Cock and Bull ' stones, This waa to be expected, and did not at all tur- tr'iM us. But when the newspapers of the coun ty began to take part in the controversy and naiilfcst a disposition tc prejudge a matter then under legal investigation, and which in a few week wou...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 December 1858

1 - 9 ?: i. 8. U rl rt jr i of it it id -,e u or la 11 et Or- w I k h ti 4 I, . i to' it iff & jj5 anscissors; ,0 Pitts bc kg. W e last week paid i .1 Itr i ii to the -'Gateway 01 me esi, before leaving our sanctum, re- Jrive uuu taru J w had a "pleasant f iiiiJ returned to the We arrived in the Smoky Ctty ii .!,. in thp annals of Western BioraL-w uaj - m :,thc centennial anniversary of cf Pittsburg tbe evacuation of ji" ' . Washington. who was then jf'ul coionei oi u. o"" .v-q..v., o the first to enter tbc fortress, and ;ts yet smoking ruins tba flag which colonists then revered. "On the Covember," sijs the historian Ban- ."?.,'. Yo&tbful hero could point out to . . - t i the junction ct tnc river, fortress they planted th Of course all our readers ia Alleghany and Clearfield townships are acquainted with Mr. D. A. Conrod," better known as X. Conrod. Although by no means a giant in size he is every inch a man. Well, X. has sent ua the following epistle from Huntingdon, wher...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 December 1858

V, gpttial Sfebtrfistmcnts. Iron City Commercial College. Pittsburgh, Pa. - - Chartered 1855. 300 Students attending: January 1858. Now the largest and most thorough Commer cial School of the United States. Young men pvpared for actual duties of the Counting Room. J. C. Smith, A. M., Trof. of Book-keeping and Science of Accounts. A. T. Pucthett, Teacher of Arithmetic and Commercial Calculation. J. A. IIeyorick and T. C. Jenkins, Teachers of Book-keeping: A. Cowley and W. A. Miller, Profs, of Pen manship. SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING, As used in every department of business. COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC RAPID BUS IN ESS WRIT1 NG DETECTING COUNTERFEIT MONEY MERCANTILE CORRESPONDENCE COM MERCIAL LAW Are taught, and all other subjects nccesary for the success and thorough education of a prac ticai business man. 12 PREMIUMS. Drawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh for the past three years, also in Eastern and Western Cities, for best Writing. NOT ENGRAVED WORK. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. Stude...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 December 1858

51 jfi in 0 a, u.ij I THE ELESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SUOCLD BB DI3TBIBUTE& ALKE . CPOiT TUB EKJH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOH. EBEKSBEKG, PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1858 VOL G NO. 3. i i . 1 :. i IS. V 04 J a va.jj J' J to r, i "b tl.i ks.lv. The c'j !hort wy t. ! d v,:. Cl the I y:. :.r , tl at i f Cect'J r.v M gcc-if; ltd am.i lery.U; Irr.a. intly i.ii its, wi. lt west i . ee ii'i'.'. ' liL'GVE just uv; in cn K r st.-rc r:, cts, Cn n wrf a! , S!Ib!w ;er. 'i "ii. 1, IAVLVCf ixtt;r.'S c: lovei. ?lllllt'!(. y be ne rs.s oft! it ic will Hut ci -ii GLA ;lie Age! MULT S ilil'l -f ( -a.; ')UeC Si-1 to Utl- t!..- r.i :th tf I'11 : v u v-F ' cuh CL- aped If rati .is, i1 j"tO-.'Kf -We I and t:Jj -,w n;r' r-tter. ' ., .... the ni,er are I wiff.J vcur tn 1. 1- MN of evcr? adv."- e Tlio els', If us two f ree nT?lTT0T v OmoW street, .titled to THE CONFESSION. 1 amongst the papers of a deceased Prus mv last ui?Lt! and standing as I : Ttbe briuk of eternity, I wi...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 December 1858

democrat & 0cntind. O. 91 V It II A V , Editor and PublUbtr- XBENSBURG, WEDNESDAY:::::::::.t:DEC. 8. COURT PROCEEDINGS. TL December Term of the several Court of thU county commenced last Monday. At two 'clock Court was opened, Hon. Geoege Tat tOB, President Judge, and Lis Associates, Hon. Kichard Jones and Hon. George W. Easly, be ing present. After the usual routine of business uch as charging the Grand Jury, &c, had been gtne through with, and no cases on the list ready fvr trial, the Court adjourned until Tuesday mor ning. The forenoon of Tuesday was occupied in the trial of several unimportant casos in the Quarter Sessions. At about eleven o'clock the Jury in the case of the Commonwealth cs Wil liam Arentrue, indictment for Murder, returned the indictment to the Court endorsed "a true I'd!." Shortly after the assembling of the Court iu the afternoon, the case was called, and the attorneys cn both sides declaring that they were ready for trial, the Sheriff was directed te...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 December 1858

1 : I Of, or' la. IB u7 1M e it rod, bri( on 2 I 5 OUrt! ;:vu t-Xi t it' bet I flit blip' essar a gli t ar.: rful . rvi' It res' lor, ttej ised. ' ... i 1 ..'. v 1 1. ! yor Tr jthel i If ' mi: or ncmocrat & Stntintl. -Xnissors. , : .ha first week of Court, Tb"SLr "evented us from devoting . ' -rtnff editorial. Kind pat- jltiipe w : r.rv curious disease is pre- nest the Chickens in New York PS TXpondent of the Ameriean vi. ... ,...,;bf it.- We found IDUS -" . , , bleated up that their neaaa 1 iy The iron comuanv at Pheonixville, I Where Washington Crossed the Allegheny Chester county, has already furnished a large We copy the follow ing waif of local history quantity of railroad iron to parties in Cuba, Columns of the Pittsburgh True The purchasers are so well satisfied with the Amongst the letters published by the Corn- article that they pronounce it of the best I ittee of the Centennial Celebration was one it... .t,,1 dooa rrlofo,1 n nr.i.Hinnal Kim- I from the venerable Klisha...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 December 1858

1 i (5 11 U 0 I fcvyjjr,?Ji Iron City Commercial College. Pittsburgh, Pa. - - Chartered 1855. 300 Students attending January 1858. Vow the largest anil most thorough Commer cial School of the United States. Young men prepare ! for actual duties of the Counting Room. 5. C. Smitu, A. M., Prof, of Book-keeping and Science of Accounts. A. T. Doutuett, Teacher of Arithmetic and Commercial Calculation. J. A. Heydrick and T. C. Jcssiss, Teachers of Book-keeping: A. Cowley and W. A. Miller, Profs, of Pen manship. SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING, s used in cverv department of business. C 3MUERCIAL ARITHMETIC RAPID BUS INESS WRITING DETECTING COUNTERFEIT MONEY MERCANTILE. CORRESPONDENCE COM MERCIAL LAW Are taught, and all other subjects nece-sary for the success and thorough education of a prac licai business man. 12 PREMIUMS. Drawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh for the past three years, also in Eastern and Western Cities, for best Writing. NOT ENGRAVED WORK. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. Sule...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 December 1858

T - - :: -41 - HI ' i 111:.; (Of-' ilPl 1 r;: A ;. ; ' r.i THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEKJlMEtST, LIKE' TnE DEWS OP HEA VEN, : SnCVULD EE DISTRIBUTED AUKE'TTON TUB niGH ASB THE LOW, THS EICTI ASP TI1K POOS. ebensburg; pa ; Wednesday, December ,15, is-58 VOL. 6 NO. 4. f .A : jEff SERIES to J in PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Senate and Uousc of r.r,,- citizens of the When compare tho condition of the - at the present day with what it was c"1U .rJ"r 0 ,0 at the meeting of Congress, we 'D reason for gratitude ttfthat Al- course of my long public life I have never performsd any official act which, in the retro spect, has afforded mo more hearfelfc satisfac tion. Its admission could have inflicted no possible iojuryon any human being, whilstit would, within a brief period, have restored peace to Kansas and harmony to the Union. In that event, the slavery question would ere this have been finally, settled, according to 1 I'mViai'llvu """ .. . - " 1 1 1 1 1 Til p r" rt ni'Sni) i;r .t th mnsf rritiMi luu K" ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 December 1858

tie Spanish ministry, have beea employed as reasons for delay. "We Lave been compelled to wait again aud again, until the new min ister shall have bad "time to investigate the justice of our minds. Even what Lave been denominated "the " :., mnrc thun n. linn. v.uuau L.uiuir, m nu"." - ... - i i i - . " i tired of cur citizens are directly interested, .uexico. i rtivr ..; .u.. w have furnished no exception. Thesp claims gress, and commend it to their careful con were for the refunding of duties unjustly I bidcration. .... exacted from American vessels at dilferent j I repeat the recommenaation made in my custom bouses in Cuha, so long ago aa tuo message ci J-ecemuer lasi, m rinciples upon which they appropriation "to nepaia in me opanis j guv- government immediately after the signing of And from the temper manaestea Dy tneiuex- fhe treaty, without awaiting the ratification ican government, he had repeatedly assured of it by the Senate. I am encouraged to us that nofavorable change co...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 December 1858

gtnTctrat jtntintl. XdTcissors . i;6K As bag as ve possess health ' th it should be our ambition to be Some writer sajs : Thousands' of eathc znve ant3 IVC PaP8 off C jjjfe, and are beard of no more. jhe'y did not a particle of good in and none were blessed by them ; culJ po'nt t0 tliem a3 tbe instrutnent redemption; not a word they spoke "vj recalled, and they pcrisbed; their 'Utout in darkness, and they were cnstcrcd n:ore than the insect of yes 0r ndsMon on earth is unaccom- nnkrs we live for something. If we jcbieve great deeds, we can. at least, cor Earnest kindness on the hearts of . ItJi'i whom we come in contact icu-atiuo v. ... Vtar to year- TLere are many and d:f - rHt iv. useful. The poor man : "3'3 tl ' .... ... .v., rich man, the Man and the Jt3T Many of our readers will doubtless recollect a gentleman named John Tomlicson, who kept a grocery store in this place during, we think, the year 1851. A short time afterwards, he started for California for the purpose of seekin...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 December 1858

J14L fttvxl iiti&simtrds. Scrofula, or King's Evil, U a constitutional disease,' a corruption of the blood, by -which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it pervades the whole body, and may burst out in disease on any part of it. No organ is free from its attacks nor is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint is vaiiously caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth and filthy habits the depressing vices, and, bore all, by the venereal infection. What ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con titu j.n, deseenduig " from parents to children unt .the third and fourth generation ;" indeed, it i fais to be the tod of Him who says, I w-Qi' visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their children." 'Its effects commence by deposition from the blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed tubercles ; in the glands, swellings ; and on th...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 December 1858

If THE BLESSINGS OP GOVEBSMElfT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEATEST, SHOCLD BS DrSTIirB;.!? ALIKE TUB HIGH AND TIE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOC. 0 EBENSBERG, P1,-WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1808 VOL. 6 NO. 5. . ,nm)iT.t. SP.TI'P1 TS-PTin. 1 l , , WlnrCfta-l7 AT nrn i n or of hv-e Dollar and v,r..ia i-ci uuuiu, :;valle in advance; One Dollar and Sevbxty P t Cents if not paid within six months, and Xiva Dollars if not paid until the termination 'KoUScription will be taken for a shorter k; than six. months, and no subscriber will be ter.'?" J'iWnntinuc his naper until all ar- S;Ve pall, except at the option of the V.'.tor. subscribing for six months will be ,-tt h mitrs tlio monev is tiaitl 'iivcd o& " J 4 Xdvertlslns Kales. One insert'n. 2'tco do, Three do ri2 lines) v S 50 1 nqimre, 4 lines 1 00 1 50 months l 50 1 00 2 Oo 2 00 3 00 C do. 12 do $3 00 $5 CO 36 lines I Mines or lcs. isqiuro. f 12 lines V spares, lines , .pares, f tt lines lull a oi.hiinn, i- r column. 2 50 4 50 9 00 4 00 7 00 12 00...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 December 1858

of the Rooky Mountains This is bo self evident as to require no illustration. But again, in a commercial point of view, I consider this the great question of the day. With the eastern front of our Republic ttretcbing along the Atlantic, and its west ern front along the Pacific, if all the parts bould bo united by a safe, easy and rapid intercommunication we musi necessarily command a very large proportion of the trade both of Europe and Asia. Uur recent treaties wih China and Japan will open these rich and populous empires to our commerce; and the history of the world proves, that the na tion which has gained possession of the trade with Eastern Asia, has always become weal thy and powerful. The peculiar geographi al pofition of California and our Pacific possessions, invite American capital and en urpriao into this fruitful field. To reap the rica harvest, however, it is an indispensable prerequisite, that we shall first have a rail road, to convey and circulate its products throug...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 December 1858

SI j - r : jfTD SCISS OES. , cturday Is Christmas, and not Vj truth, do wc say, "A Happy 1 m voa. dear reader." May its Is -J Us contented and happy grati- I -. ihe past, and looking hopefully into The approaching Holidays will, -h' many be a season of pleasure . from the business and cares .4 rr,c tlmt thov urn ,Ul nut wb". " the birth of the Redeemer rSU.l anthem sent to hail Lushed its waves, and midnight. j Jrl? holy towers of Zioa hill f.iij'fo . -. rri " . .inii- hues, entitled "itie visit Nicholas, L.T"a'.ac will, i re certain, be peru- t;:, - , , ,. 8ettoon:ta pteasure rj au our j . U sous:: r'a u ' f'V.ristiuas: when all thro' i-vi.-.v 7 '" ...... vt:rrin2. r.ct ev-sn a mouse; wero h'n? by tho chimney with s Nicholas soon would be there. ' Vcrc nestled all snug iu their beds, xi ,.f b'igarpluras danced through 'c ' ht;'si rv4jr. Ler 'kerchief and I in my cap T-'- 'i 'jur trains f.r a l-.ng winter's .:.:m1 ! liwr. there aroe suti. a ei.ttter, r.ts bud to see what wai the . ....

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