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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 December 1858

1 jSjjfxial fc&trfistmtnts. Scroftila, or King's Evil, b a constitutional disease, a corruption of tho blood, bv which this liuid becomes vitiated, -w eak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it rwrradea the whole body, and may burst out In disease on any part of it. No orgau is free from it attacks nor is there one which it may not destroy. The serofulous taint Li variously caused by merourial disease, low living, dis ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth end filthy habits, the depressing vices, and, above all", by the venereal infection. What ever ')C ita origin, it is hereditary in the con titu jon, descending " from parents to children wnt ,the third and fourth generation ;" indeed, It I ms to b the rod of Him who says, I wftl visit tho iniquities of the fathers upon their children." Ita 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 t...

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. — 5 January 1859

1 H VJU1 hi 1 1 in i THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEBXBENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP" HEAVES, SHOULD BB DISTRIBUTED ALIKE CPOJf THS HIOU AND THE LOW, THE MCH ASD TBS FOOil. NEW SERIES. EBENSBUfiG, PI, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1859. VOL. 6 NO. 7. CARRIER'S ADDRESS, TO THE Matrons or the dem. & sentinel. v,For holiday merriment these are the limes for iti ptrdon us, then, for so triflftajg a lay ; thu stanza begins it ifjve can find rhymes fer itj May you, dear readers', be happy to-day though life is so fleeting, and pleasure so cheat ting, "Jkat we ara oft meeting with accidents here, fcaoUil Fate sec to dish you, oh then may the issuo 5. what wa now wish you, A Happy New Year !" Home Journal. To-day the Carrier-boy Lis greeting brings To each kind friend; the New Year's charms he sings. Come goddess Hope, my humble muse inspire, tyrant me one spark of true poetic fire; Visions of dimes inspire my humble verse. And quarters too, enough to fill my purse; flo may my song be worthy of the theme, Acd my...

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. — 5 January 1859

democrat & Sentinel. '. I. 3HKKAY, llditor. I. V. Z A 1191, Publisher. WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 5, 1659. they immediately become rebellious, and at once set to work to break down the Administration they assisted in calling into existence. If Mr. Buchanan had bestowed a fat office or govern ment contract, on every person that solicited thcra of him since his Administration commenced Anti Lccomptonism would never havo been heard of, or it would have been strangled in its cradle. The Democracy then should at once frown on all and every attempt, come from what quarter it may, to divide their rauKs. If they do this they will triumph in 1SC0. If they fail to do this, their defeat is almost certain. fc O M M C I C A I I O N . - Mk. EniTOR : I propose saying a few word in refcreuce to an Act of Assembly, which appeared in your last paper, and which is intended to chauge the present modes of collecting State and couuty taxes. The bill i similar: to the law which at present prevails in Ohio on ...

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. — 5 January 1859

rfriGN NEWS 1 0f the Steamer America. :'Tl . o Xhe Cunard steamship ;1iith Liverpool dates to the 18th i mtc wis ui-"""o 're i ; CitV of Baltimore, from arri L, at Liverpool oti the 15th f. W,crt. from New tj.e J UU., "- , cinMv. from New York, raordWry general meeting of the Company passed off har- fbc Pircctors' report was adopt V;.()C balance of funds on hand to flu? 'Government guarantee of ",-nl isst!11 PeuJi:)c- 'i -Mities are still qu.et. " 1 rrc-t have bscn made in Ire- l,Ws of the Pha-nix Club. ,'e, Mo arrests in Ireland, it is -M ui , . the treasonaow acta u mv, octici, Ptjrneu iuu-" . . - Ineie ncru uauj uw.nuo, manufactured, and arms im The military have :c'ii'l- 1 been .... Viiiflrics II" u . , i o-f l. l:owa i - r c rl- to prevent an lusunriniiu. 5 arrests lave necu mauu ai Milmrblury tias ucciincu . iuicr- ihe Tope at Roae concerning the T ..(..f-l .... nt,meli Las stoppeu uie uuers Ur r'ie foreign correspondents of the -'n. aud threatens to expel me wn- lme- . . .. ....

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 5 January 1859

Special &rttttUtmmts. D TERMS! w T WW ft TO TIT111 EMOCRAT Si SEHliwr.' la rui- liahed evtry Wednesday Jttorning at Dmiia ikd Fifty per annum, yiyable ia airance; Oke Dollar isa Skvbmi A-rz Cisrfrs ir not paid ithin bis. months, and to I?oiLAa3 ii not pid uati the termination at th rear. No siiUcription will be taken for a ahortei period than six mouths, and no subscriber will be t liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar rearage r paid, except at the option oi the editor. Any person subscribing for six months will be barged umk dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. One insert1 n. Two do. inreeao 1 square, 2 squares, S squares, ri2 1iues 50 76 $1 00 '24 lines! 1 00 1 00 2 On 36 lines 1 60 2 00 8 00 8 mouths. 6 do. 12 do $1 &0 $3 00 5 00 2 60 4 60' 9 00 4 00 7 00 12 00 C 00 9 00 14 00 10 00 12 00 20 00 15 00 22 00 35 00 89 All advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions desired, or they will be ontinued until forbid, and charged accordingly....

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. — 12 January 1859

HI ii it jyJ ra El ' i si a THE BLESS12TG3 OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE Tn2 D3TX3 OP HEAVEN, SHOULD 11B DISTRIBUTED ALIKE CPOS TUS HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICU AND THE POOH. , PI., MEDiESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1859. VOL. G NO. 8. 5F5ies. Ill BEQllbLJ dtVE COUNTY MEETING. yi Meeting of citizens of Indiana, 'nnJ Clearfield counties, in favor of was held at the 4n of rine County, was hel ii .ll in the Borough ot Oherrytree, ?t beceniber 31st, 1858 wuuzel by electing the following offi- " 'C ".-,c Gamble, President; William II. JOSCUU jiv"w, . xuuiei iiiu, ..i lunulas in. A. Pyatt, 1 out 1UU. oci ni l uaun i Pi!nai;-ttec P.-!'. D ;, . V.mI.. Y II. Hamilton, Daniel J of five, consisting of Dr. 11. Kinports, llobert J. I Harter, and E. B. D, were app xesofoticas. ' - r; meeting c:J' " uy .- ' -- IT 1 ..-.! r5 1'. 1. ivmporis, xi. uueuer owuupe, !',auJ others. ?- Cumiiiiuee on resolutions made the lV report, which was unanimously Wltv ibo meeting: ian-EAi, Vi'e, the citizens residing within , Uu.nis"e3 of ...

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. — 12 January 1859

Etanocrint Bciilnid. CJ. 1. Ml'HRAY, Editor. It. c. ZA1I3I, lubliler. WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 12, 1859. PINE COUNTY MEETING. We respectfully direct the attention of our readers to the firtt page of our paper this week, where not only will be found an abstract of the Governor's Message, but also the proceedings of a meeting recently held in the borough of Cher ry tree, Indiana ctur.ty, in favor of the erection of u'new county out of parts of Cambria, Indiana nd Ckftrficld counties, to be called "Pine." If any of our Lady readers should grumble at the pace usually allotted to IV try and Select Talcs being thus occupied, they will please to remem ber that "matters of state" must be attended to -ccafii cally; and we furthermore beg leave to nsuie thtm that the speech of Mr. Kinpouts is aa grandiloquent, if not a little more so, than any Tale we have published within the last year, and better entitled to the appellation of Romance .than any thing that has appeared in the Xtw YoTk Ledger recen...

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. — 12 January 1859

JJJL f i i d 4 ' r - 4: 1 for and tuj sell 3 I 3sr. ota, cli- rpc.rl i mera', j d per 5563.- 1 4,813 j I. sni I pl:i. ; statei rsonal ! r, tax, ' DUU-j : A cor-j rs, the; ' e per-j tenaenj :ll 72,1 tte 69,1 : d TO ickin- se 5lj i . An'f r neir , to bv in the ne nd la 8'l one oft i Ton i oles IB uldba 13 'uw I ia tha e fur egatei i, iust, Dend- jt - - v. a f- from'16 v'"v" The Pacific Kailroad Senate Eills. Various projects are now pending before Ceuate proposing to make-provision for ""nstructio-i of a railroad from the Miss c. vaijey to the Pacific. We shall em hcasion to lav the several nro- &ra . r tinco various measures beforR the 0i We propose to condense tor our rea Wdin features ot this mammoth dors a .,p and to epitomize the argument by ffi.-i.;ris supported. At present we shall I e our exposition to the scheme which v been submitted to the Senate by the Spe- t Committee raised by that body on the c!i- t of which Mr. Gwin, of California, is Ul'J'-ct cw-r . e M Mil is To ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 12 January 1859

ENGIWEERIKO A LOAN. "Beau" Caldwell was a sporting genius, of an extremely versatile character. Like ll bia fraternity, he wad possessed of a pli ucy of adaptation to circuuistauces that en abled Lim to succumb with true philosophy to uiiaforlUDe, and also to grace the more ex alted sphere of prosperity with that natural cuee attributed to gentlemen with bloated bank accouuts. Fertile iu ingenuity and resource, "lieau w rarely at Lis "wit's end" for that "nest egg" of the gambler, a "stake." His pro vidence, when in luck, was such as to keep Lim continually on the qui vite for a nucleus to build upon. Beau, having exhausted the pockets and Uberahtiy of his contemporaries in Charles ton," S. U , was constrained to "pitch his lebt' in fre&h pastures. He, therefore, ee Ucted Abbeville, whither he was immediate ly espediated by the agency of a "free Suugly esconded in his hotel, "Beau" r n.lutd over the means to raise the "plate ru- The barkeeper was assailed, but he was dis covered...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 January 1859

if TUZ BtESStJ3 OF OVKRSMEKT, IIKE THE DEWS OP ""IEAVEN, SHOULD BK DISTB1BUTED ALIKE CTOS THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICO ASD THK POOB. ' "' ' ' " ' " ' . m " ' i i . . . , , . , " . - - - i ' Vi i ' - . ' - Tf -"i - ii iii i i .i ! i r I: if t r 1, 1 5 i i m f j. I i i : if I, . i off t : I .nic i " H WIJ, e cfr rcd , A'l y f M r 1 part Urr.4 tiy f- e wilit ttr ' will) north; (r -thrc 1 C'lM u- i 2?.l G.li ctfully ell - DC EE ed H rpo, !y m'd surr? vrhk or cst r t ACKS, j tr! n SERIES. EBE1BURG, Pi., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 18-59. VOL. C NO. 9. ittt0ccllanfon0. "t- Phmnicle of & Traveler. I vmt ie cnp uu i ii 1 -n fi n!l in nnv r?prrrrA fri- f.jj veil Mi'J " J o ; the history of Mexico, that a reg-, p ; j-steaj of highway robbery exists in r J" section of that miserably governed ui , ., . .1 v. - .n : f " . ftJJU'tUHl lurougu a i a.uu vi luitl ic- ' "f v onthorities. this has drones for my transit through their country,' she laughed. "And you expect to cotttimle & repetition ...

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. — 19 January 1859

(3 !! democrat & 0cntincl. C. 1. .MtHRAY, i:litor. I. C. ZA13.ll, ruhllshcr. WKDNEaDAY. JANUARY 19, 159. FHOM HAKRISBURG. Lst Thuraday tho Houe of lieprcaentatives proceeded to draw a committee to investigate the untested Election Case e-f Thomas 11. Porter, from this count v. Messrs. il'Clure, layiur ana .... vi 1 ! 1 WHl..n ...m-Hi-cl as counsel for Mr. lVoud!o,t, ., Mm-. (iw m and Gritman as counsel the fitting tncinber, Thomas II. Porter, lhe llcuc then proceeded in the manner directed by 1av to chouse a committee, when the following fcntlcmeu werechos-.-u said committee: Mcsms. Laird, Campbell, Graham, Chase, Mohaffey, Hilt, M'Curdv, Kh:ney and Ketchum. We be lieve two of the committee are Democrat, and t.tven republicans er Know Nothings. We pre tunc the committee will proceed to take tes timony immediately. !n convenience of tlie acknowledge iu'nt of .Mr. rroudf-K.it that Mr. 1'crtcr received the vote.-, of a majority of the qualified voters of this county Ht the- October...

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. — 19 January 1859

rhiclji f eartt pasK oivihzf .1 luniicrf erf! fi ffUter from Epe-The Niagara v S January 13. The Cu- 038 D,ASm.wp 'vara; f.rom Lwerp,lw:th ri i lt inst., being one week later iteJ :rtQ advices, arrived here at half fcn pre"-"- - ,r - jlltOC Fv stfianiship Hcser, . wnicn sauea irom OQ t"C 1 L LI U 1tVCUlUCI, JJlil ... i tlir Utth nit. She en- iito0ue'nliurr;canc lasting from tho lGth ..uDtere ,i,:ni which she was thrown f . -lnn J Ull u ul o wTr"beamend3, and leaking badly, the accumulated to the depth of son feet 'B ' KrMiac choked. Nar.oloon has again pardon Moctalembert trotn the niod f tl... Imnorial Court. The i enntcrice l ...- - - r" f tbc Correspondent has also beep. e-itor , '-..u .-r, hunur-ei and sixty other ..onea, - f U U -Pcrtea that ...art Trance has officially overn merit of its sup- adocts measures to counter Kv"1 ,." F l'r of President Buchanan as :.f tic r'--j ' siated in f sa&e r "-panMi press have generally denounced mAwi" of President, iu a severe ' u to. cn...

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. — 19 January 1859

li Select Uactrn. AT SEA. The devout, truthful andchaate poem annexed w from the Atlantic Monthly for Jauuary, and is attributed to tLc pen of Longfellow" : The night is made for cooling shade, For silence and for sleep; And when I was a child, I laid My hand upon my breast, aud prayed, And eank to slumber deep; Childlike as then, I lie to-night, And watch my lonely cabin light. Rich movement of the swaying lamp Shows how the vessel reels; Ad o'er her deck the billows tramp. And all her timbers strain and cramp With every shock she fed, It starts and shudders, while it burns. And in its hinged socket turns. Now swinging slow, and tlanting low. It almost level lies; And yet I know, while to and fro I watch the seeming pendule go With restless fall and rise, The steady shaft is still upright, Poising its little globe of light. 0 hand cf God ! O lamp of peace ! O promise of my soul ! Though weak, and toskod, and ill at ci. Amid the roar of smiling seas, , The ship's convulsive roll, I ...

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. — 26 January 1859

' lj' t llltlt - X -JS S sl " I III 1 - era rvr. "!P ... J: .- THE BLESSISG6 OF GOVEBHMEXT ; uw THjjiiEiri op.aEAVEs,. snocLO .ta oistribu , ' - - -.' - -- i. - :. V 3r THK'HTGH ASI THE LOW, THE sicn AXD THE . - ' J t r, v.Vf,,,,. .i.-.vwx-J ::'.-.:-.; ' t ;j r f '(:..-.' '... ? SV;V"--'-'''v -.v-- "..-.' - - r - -' - : . EBEXSBURG, Pi.? WEDSESDJY, JANUARY , 26, . 1859. VOL. 10; - ittisccllnneons. THE From the New York Ledger. THE LOST WILE ' - - CP. - ' - TEAEL AND THE t LILY. 8T Mf.3. MAUV C. TACCHASl-- - it tide Travounz girls sat in a. plain, .small, and rW furtislied apartment. j ;vThe room waa Itiv kitoheu aud eating room,. for a small 0T6 that BtOOU b.uu- iuc ucaiiu, wivu me. okiO" iteusils and f lain service of white M ti.i' t;tfi arrautu iu a urcsacr upoa one of tie cbiranej. aenorea taese usepj while c - J i . : . I few t'OTS, a piaao-wri.o, sou implements i.f Kirirg also ideated tbst it.fras parlor and win? room An open door ; beyond tins nilct Ana tuese two narrow rooms,...

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. — 26 January 1859

Democrat 0enfmcl, C 1. 3UHKAV) tauor. 1. C Z.4U3I, Publisher. :. SHARP PRACTICE. r In, order to show what an- exceedingly truth loving and; honest 'man.'tho Editor of the Moun taineer 'really is, we , beg leave to prrsent tc -our readers a few facta for their consideration. f In our paper of the 12th inst.the folkywiiig para- '-graph occurs ffi a'n editsnal article ncaqed Toes Senator Douglas endorse John W. Forney. ?" "Is Senator Douglas willing to "be -spdken'of as a Northern man. as the especial frieud.of the Nort, working in opposition to tlie South? ; This is the position in which Col. Forney places him. We always til- ugul mat lie wae a piwn ! al Democrat. Lut if he endorses John W. Forney. and allows the treasonable doctrines promulgated WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26..1S59. FACTS. in ,JLis piescneeand addressed, to him by f 1 laditswha for eruddy;.cheeks, Jluve ...beaming' rpnrcrartp to so eirner mre-eu ur luuirvctiv , - , . ,1 i 1 I . . t 3. him ,1 . . eves, anu '-irue uiy oi iuuui,...

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. — 26 January 1859

iiiW:; ... Winded. ."rnRP.KJ. RODOEKS, -treasurer. K- rr.,mitf tax reccivctl from Collec- T:8fcr til? .year $10111 B5 ; ..- p.v,r tax received from for t tie Tear iooj uu Q ) - -'n'.n.tv tax received fr.m Vseatcd Lauds for 1S56 3f a:" previous " years, . - - -. ,k Pot tax received from - 139 46 Tteii and p-cvioiis years, ; ' f t.f Rjad tax received from : l "Ud lands for 15556 6'81 C6 and yrevfousye-.il L.f S-diool tax received fiom 1572 97 OSrsn-1 previous years, . il ' rooeived on loans, 2104 613 4B 20 y&M'Cu Mie!ianeons sources, -- r...ived on Redemotion of ';. iai.J Seated lands, 294 297 1157 58 7ti4 - $31,491. 85 ..-,vr r RnltOKUS. Treasurer, ' uCIl. 'i',.JU..Vl,r ofC.untv accounts. $152 00 P'l'u J.".':"; r , f St.tj tax in Irot!i v. ' " "W 4"r,cfHce, ' 47 00 'JCR. 4 IV. C17 49 CO 00 " 'Ci.rJ'i-v ..lS!,luu;r! ,. ;3in:issi. i.ers CIcr!:, fonr.:""Cr's Cy'tirs.4. ; ' .. 0. P. Mwny, late Treiibiircr, . (Yi:i:ii' i' l'r-sv-u:i.'ns, c.iit:'S'cd V.ftion.s r-'it.iive-, Cov.rt (V.-r...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 26 January 1859

l-W',.4;., ScUft'floclrg. Hi 1 From the N. Y.Tdusical Review.) MEMORY'S LEEAM-SOBO-i. Over green aud leafy meadow . : -- I am gazing from our cot, J ' patching sunlight and the i shadow ; . Flittirg past ccr humble plot. J Aa I dream oVr ties that bound me To the past, I drop a tear; ' . JiadWnt forma sceni lingering rcurd ii.a, Voice from the lost I hear, ,lt) . ; J. Ging on life's wave's retreating. G ath'ring mht3 bedew mine eyo; And I aeun Vo hear the beating, . Loving heart of lost one nigh. . .. Faces bent in fondues o'er me. Voice sing my childhood's song; PacMis on the train btfore me, None yet missing from the throng- CUne again, in acecnts broken, ' i .' TVnes that breathed ft last adieu, Wiwn fund eyea looked love unspokon : ' Jui they faded from my view. C my heart then else than languish 0r the dream of other years? ; . Chide not then its song of anguish, . U ritf dissolves in dewy tears. THE LAND OF DREAMS- sv rr.En. SX0CH. Tl ert;'? a land) a radial, t land, Tht iLe i...

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. — 2 February 1859

tit T0E BLESStNGS OF GOYEBXMENT, LIKE THE VEW8 Of ttEAVEST, SHOULD BE ' DISTRIBUTED j&LIKE CpOsTTHK HIGH . JLSD THE LOW, ' TH MOST AS ?TBr POOB. ' ' 1 AK1 1:4 y 4 t til "(is I I 'St! tar, 'if si, E-Tl S . Cki ink 1 CI U Iltt: virij Mi S j tax'. fat! J 1 . p ive tK t eti tLa , hen J US ( :M t i f tL it' fi.a ipBic 1 ;I t.Vjl ;vU'.( 1 tnr' .-lb :.e & : JO :n1 1 f rv ;c eiirr tv rJ. ,r.i-' , I v-f in:' : i !. irrnj ict ff ? f? t e II iter! '6 llDHf teruP SEW EBEKSBBRG, PA., WEDNESDAY, . FEBRUARY 2, 1859. VOL: 6i0. 11. R 31 S DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL' IS PDB lished every Wednesday . Morning at One Dollar and Seventy nvt Dollar ..vi. in ml ranee: F??8" ?r ll na.A nntil the termination P.eak nlJ of tLe Plajer who wms; what wo'd . i 1 nave to 'o subscription will be taken for a shorter ' .I than six months, and no subscriber will be Vbertv to discontinue his paper until ' all ar jeirres are paid, except at the option ot the person subscribing for bix months will be A "dosE dollar, u...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 2 February 1859

Sfemorrat & Sentinel. C. 1. JllBBAii tanor. I. c. ZAIOI, Publisher. WEDNESDAY.TEBRUARY 2. 1859. THE CENTER NIAL AHNIVERSARY OF THE BERTH OF ROBERT BURNS. Tuesday of last week, the 25th ult., was the centennial anniversary of the birth of the Scot tish Toet, Robeet Brass; nd we are pleased to Wn from our exchanges that the day was Cele brated in ail cur cities and large towns with remarkable spirit and enthusiasm. These trib utes to tie memory of the "bard peasant" show that the people- of the United Stales are capable of admiring true genius and genuine poetry. We think we hazard nothing ia saying that Bc2J3 was one of the most remarkable literary men that the nineteenth century produced. Born ,,r iw,r nirents. in an obscure district of Scot- w. " 1 land, and compelled from his earliest years to toil for his sustenance, Lc was denied the early training and culture of his mind necessary to de velope its faculties, and enable it to pour forth its hidden store of beauties yct,notwi...

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. — 2 February 1859

Lible'-Sirfreringroxi the Plaint. - fulior aud RusselV, Men Frozen to t V one Time. -Xine Midcs Frozen J)fIW r . j-' - w v. ... out SigkL - ' - lA John M. Guthrie returned from Salt Ir'rtv a few daya since, and gave the 'n I'lad Aiyu the following account k horrible sufferings which he and hw adured from the cold weather HUE"' 3 U n,mm(iim t plains ana iuc uiuuu.iu . 40 t Guthrie left Salt Lake City on the Vr"f November, with the mail oa packed 2T fin company xyithG A. tfeardly, of tfl v rk It had been snowing for seven ht Jajs efore Mr- GutLrle left the or ? rri, nnw was from one to 6ix feet th- Bi Mountains, and they had to ennw to pass with their animals. tnsp LxtilN P, 3y 0at the snow wa3 so deep that the ,nr eot lost and lay out all night, and nt lost tempi"; 6 f t. m uaii ,-:- fea Loin charge .u men ia cu-k - ----- - J tends frozen i- r.x,n ntui the doois nau 10 De e next morning. it 02 .' i ,i Viow mada Hridsrer about t and after traveling twenty miles got rr.-ar Wre again co...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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