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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 July 1861

democrat Sentinel. C. n. MI-RK AT, Editor, .lames S. Todd. Iublilier. WEDNESDAY. JULY l"VI- S. 31. I'ettengrlH & A'o., A.Uertl.-in- Agents, 113 Nassau Street. ew York, r.nd 10 "State trect, Boston, are the au thorized" Atrr-nts for the "Democrat & Sexti--ei.." and the most iafluential ami largest circu iting NewsM-j ers in the United States and Canada-. They are empowered to contract tor US at ( I T LOWK.sT TERMS. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Assembly. CYRUS L. FERSniNG, of Johnstown. Sheriff JOHN BUCK, of Carroll Tp. Treasurer. THOMAS CALLIN, of Johnstown. Commissioner. F. J LITTLE, of Allegheny Tp. Associate Judges. G. W. EASLY, of Johnstown. II. C. DEVINE, of Ebensburg. Poor House Director. GEORGE DEL ANY, of Allegheny. Auditor 3 years. E. R. DONNEGAN, of Clearfield Tp. Democratic County Committee. rtu Trvm Lutledse, Chairman. Allegheny, Patrick Donnogan--Cambria, Wm. O'Kcefe Carrolltown, Joseph Leho j Carroll tp., R ;bert 31 Combie Chest Springs, B. A. Burrs Chest tp., Wm. ...

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. — 17 July 1861

r Vnral Strm J3- Tlie Volunteer Kill. IXQCIBY INTO IDE WAR DEPARTMENT CONTRACTS. Washington, July 12 The volunteer bill, r.:r friend Dr. J. L. Urallier, formerly j wL'-eh passed the house to-day, has yet to be 'Ve h&a opened an office in Carroll- ctt:d uPoa hJ the Senate. The President is 'offers hi3 professional services j tolpnt12 tor!:cePt s.ery'ces , oii.i t volunteers. The appropriation of $oOU,000 citizens of that place and vicinity. 000 was stricken out, for the reason that lhe .--whim well, and can therefore confi :x s3y, that the Doctor is in heart and cent km an, and as a Physcian has 'my superiors in toe county, lie is . ffe learn, opening ijuite an extensive .-sen of drugs nd medicines, which the may tely on being genuine articles. money for their support will be provided for in some other bills. JNIr. Van Wick's amendment was voted down. It proposed that the Chaplain, or other competent person of every regiment, be appointed Post master, to frank letters and papers ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 July 1861

n Vocal Sttms- Tlie Volunteer Hill. INQUIRY ISTOIIIE WAR DEPARTMENT CONTRACT P. Washington, July 12. The volunteer bill, which passed the house to-day, has yet to be acted upon by the Senate. The President is authorized to accept the services of 500,000 volunteers. The appropriation of $500,000 000 was stricken out, for the reason that the money for their support will be provided for in some other bills. Mr. Van Wick's amendment was voted down. It proposed that the Chaplain, or other competent person of every regiment, be appointed Post master, to frank letters and papers for all officers, musicians and privates, the matter so franked to be carried free of postage, and also received without charge Simi.ar privileges were likewise proposed to to extended to those m the service of the a vy and Marine corps. The House, however, adopted an amendment that letters to or from soldiers be exempted from the pre payment of p.staire, leaving it to be paid by the recipient The bill provides lib...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 July 1861

n Vocal sterns .Car fricni Pr. J- L. Urallier, formerly . . ,1 fc : r 11 -r - i r i : cers ins pruiessiuuiii oerviees rS innr. nlnfl and trirIn?tu Citizen r t: urll and can therefore nnnfi. ff Uiui t in; that the Doctor is in heart and jf.emau, and as a Physcian has ,-T.-.ra ?n ih rrmnttr TTo ? fe learn, opening quite an extensive "U-a of druga and medicines, hich the icay ,e' 0Q ewS genuine articles. The Yoluuteer Kill. IXQCIRY IXTO 1IIE WAR DEPARTMENT CONTRACT F. Washington, July 12 The volunteer bill, which passed the house to-day, has yet to be acted upon by the Senate. The President is authorized to accept the services of 500,000 volunteers. The appropriation of 500,000 000 was stricken out, for the reason that the money for their support will be provided for iu euiue oilier Dins. Mr. Vas Wick's amendment was voted down. It proposed that the Chaplain, or other competent person of every regiment, be appointed Post master, to frank letters and papers for all officers, musicians a...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 July 1861

ADELINE. Tbe June sun was shining brilliantlj aa we neared the white cliffs of Dover. My heart beat high. I was returning, after eeyen jears of foreign travel, to take my place again among my fellow-countrymen, to struggle and to suffer. I felt that my life had hitherto been wasted ; and even as I stood on the deck of the steamer, I marvelled at my own existence, and murmured, " Wherefore do I live?" We landed at Folkstone. I sent my lug gage to the hotel, determining to remain there at least one night. I had the world before mo-.nhv therefore should I hasten to reach "j London 1 I ordered ray dinner to be prepar ed by seven o'clock, and as I had two hours to wait I proceeded along tbe beach in the I bravely that I could. direction of Dover. But I soon grew weary I had dined, ard was walking on the ter , , r i,, 0 ' race of the hotel, when a gentleman whom of walking, and therefore chose out a conve- , known intimately before I had left Eng- nient spot wuere I migai ret., u.u.-c. ; ...

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 July 1861

fl til if Tilt 111 91tTl1l,f THE BLESSIXG3 OF GOVEBKMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVES, SHOCLD EE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON TBS HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AS1 TUB POOE. Er SERIES. EBESBlRG. Pi. UEDAESDAY, JULY 24 1861. VOL. 8A'O. 33 A. H..3 lest TERM EilOCRAT fc SENTINEL IS PUB- SLf lished every Wednesday Morning at 0g Dollar asd Fifty Cents per annum, pivabie in advance; Ose Dollar and Seventy tirciCKs'TS if not paid within six months, and so Dollars if not paid until the termination the year. yj subscription will be taken for a shortei 5-r.od than six months, and no subscriber will be it liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar rsirages are paid, except at the option of. the tlitor. Any person subscribing for six months will )e chirked ose hollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. One inserVn. Two do. Three do Impure, 12 lines j ; sjuarcs, '24 lines j 3 quares, 36 lines lines or less, a:nare, 12 lines J glares, 24 lines Squares, 36 lines if a column, $ 60 $ 75 $1 00 1 00 1 ...

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 July 1861

expected, to suppose, that this statute of Charles II. enlarged iu a gre.it degree our liberties, and forma a sort of epoch ia their history. But though a very beneficial enactment, and emi Caatlv remedial iu many cares of illegal impris onment, it ineroduced no new principle, nor con ferred any ri-ht upon the subject. From the tii lieat records of the English law, n freeman could be detaiued in prUon, except upon a crim inal charze. or conviction, or fjr a civil debt. In the former cue it was always iu his power to i dernaud of the Court of K.ng's Lench a -writ ot habeas corpus a I subjiciendum directed to the per son detaiuing hiru iu custody, by which he was enjoined to briug up the body of the prisoner with the warrant of commitment that the court might judge of its sufficiency, and remand the party, admit him to bail, or discharge him, ac . cording to the nature of the charge. This writ issued of right, and could not be refused by the court. It was not to beatow an immunity fro...

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 July 1861

loinl' Stems. ur frms fere now as " busy as nailers" Itrretiteg. Crofi of all kinds are excellent. jT 'Anthropoti' should havo ent us fcla yooitacnlcation two weeks ago. It Is now too lita to publish ao account of the celebrations of B Glorious Fourth" in this county ; if you Ixte news to send us, send it before it is too old to le regarded as 6uch. (3. We assure those of our readers who wish to purchase good and cheap Groceries and Con fectionaries, that they caunot do better than" by calling at the establishment of Mr. James P. Murray, opposite the tinware establishment of Mr. George Lluntley. IIU prices are reasonable nd his goods of the very best quality. 7 If you want choice literature, go to the Post office and examine Dr. K. Thompson's well selected stock of periodicals ; he has for sale, all the popular magazines, monthly and weekly, such as Godey's, Harper's, Leslie's, the Ledger, Mcury, &c, also daily papers containing the latest war news, portraits of illustrious men....

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 July 1861

ADELINE. COXCIXDFD I wae soon on my old footing with sir Ar thur; we were constantly together. I eaw bat little of Adeline, except at dinner ; and as the restraint of my presence wore away, I was often startled and distressed at the vio lence of Sir Arthurs manner She never Beemcd to resent the most abusive language, would leave the room wheD ordered and, would come back when sent fo. Little Ed ing : gar always sat and looked on ; he never spoke or showed signs of fear during these stormy 6cenes, but seemed to watch them both, as if his life depended on the effect of his father s cruel words. The moment Sir Arthur's passion was over he would do anything to make amends; but whether he was raving or entreating for for eivicess, Adeline was always the same. often thought that her coolness irritated him ; but on reflection I believed her to be the best judge. Time wore on. It was towards the end of October that I received an invitation from Sir Arthur to join him at his country Beat. It...

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. — 31 July 1861

u m IK 41 Uf 111 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEBSMEXT, LIKE THE DET8 OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AKD THE LOW, THE BICH ANI THE POOR. JE1T SERIES. EBEKSBliRG. PI. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 1861. VOL. 8 AO. 34 J S,iittif -4 IjL HJ T E R 31 S: t'T-EMOCRAT & SENTINEL' IS PUB LI lish?d every Wednesday Morning at v3 Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, nble i'i advance; One Dollab and Seventy rtCesTS if not paid within six months, and so Dollars if not paid until the termination ;i year. N'j subscription will be taken for a shortei -1 th ah six months, and no subscriber will be liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar inies are paid, except at the option of the .Va? person subscribing for six months will be i.-iod OS e dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. Oie insertn. Two do. Three do ?.pire. 12 lines $ 50 $ 75 $1 00 24 lines J ' 1 00 1 00 2 On n:cs, lures, 36 lines . 1 50 2 00 3 00 3 months. 6 do. 12 do $1 50 $3 00 $5 00 2 50 4 50 9 00 or lessv . ;rare, 12 l...

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. — 31 July 1861

CDcmocrni U Sentinel. C I. Ml' It K AT, Editor. James S. Todrf. l'ubllslitr. WEDNESDAY. JULY 31, 1861. S. 31. I'elleiiglll & A'o., Advertising Agents, 110 Nassau Street. New . . . . . . , . T . . ... ...... fl.fi in lors, ami iU ruaic Mreee, an. "- thoriied Agents for the "Dksocrat & t?ESTi- j kel," and the most influential and largest circu atinz Newspapers in the United States and Canada. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest tebjis. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. AsSKM KLY. CYKUS L. PERSUING, of Johnstown. SlIKlUEF JOHN BUCK, of Carroll Tp. TlIEASLKEIt. THOMAS CALL-IN, of Johnstown. Co.MMI.-SIONER. P. .7. LITTLE, of Allogbcuy Tp. ASSOCIATE JlUOE G. W. EASEY, of Johnstown. 11. C. PEYINE, of Eleusburg. FoOR IIOLSK I1KECT0B. GEOllGE DELANY, of Allegheny. AflUTOR 3 YEARS. E. 11 PONNEG AN, of Oai field Tp. Ileiiiotiatic C ounty Committee. Irviu Hutledgo, Chairman. Allegheny, Patrick Donuegan Cambria, Win. O'Kcefe Carrolltown. Joseph Behe Oarrolltp., Robert M Com bie C...

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. — 31 July 1861

J1 local Sinn IIktl'KXKD Home. Mr. Tetcr Linton, son of K.a;:T Linton, who occupied a position in the .-uti'cro department of odo of the Pennsylvania ref.:ac:;t returuetl home in. good health, on last Saturday evening. He states that all the three iU'oth' volunteers from this State are now at IlirrUburg., waiting for their pay. They have 3t; ken discharged, and are consequently com r,;:c 1 to support themselves while waiting for tie " powers that lie" to fuik them over their t.jut dues. As they are tearly all without luoi.ey, a considerable amount of suffering from closure and hunger is the result. We learn tluit Drna Cameron, son of the Secretary of War, l.as the nioiiey in his han-ls, lut refuses to give it out unless the soldiers will ngree to receive in 1 .13 mciit checks on the Middh town Dank. Ti.ee, if a:cepttd, the soldiers w-.uid be obliged to sell at a discount in Harrisburg, in order to avoid a f.iti"iii g journey to iliddletown. Now, is this i.ot outrageous! It is even m...

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. — 31 July 1861

Ft. .10 the Louisville Journal. Letter from Mrs. Lincoln. It has been published in the Southern pa pers tl at the sympathies of the Presidents wife are with the secessionists. The following very handsome letter, received by one of our fellow Kentuokiaus, does cot indicate it Executive Mansion. Jane 20. 1SG1. Col. Jons Fry My Dear Sir: It gives me very great pleasure to be the medium of transmission of these weapons, to be used in the defence of national sovereignty open the soil of Kentucky. TLoush some years have passed siucellefi my native State, I have never ceased to con template her progress in happiness and pros perity with sentime: ts cf fond and filial pride. Tn everv effort of industrial energy, in every enterprise of honor and valor, my heart has been with uer, ana l rej ice in me cuustiuu ness that, at this time, when the institutions whose fostering care we owe all that we have of h appiness and glory are ru Jely as5au-i grateful and parricidal hand, Uc fil bv tinffrat S...

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. — 7 August 1861

Hlf ft fT (It THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BB DISTRIBUTES ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AND THE POOB. JEW SERIES. EBEXSBURC. Pi. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7 1861. VOL. 8 AO. 35 TERM S: TVE3IOCRAT & SENTINEL IS PUB 3 lished every Wednesday Morning at Osb Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, payable in advance; One Dollar and Seventy Five Cents if not paid within six months, and Twe Dollars if not paid until the termination th year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter . . . - i 1 , - T -11 1. period man six momns. ana nosaoscnoerwui oe t liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar rearages are paid, except at the option ot the editor. Any peraon subscribing for six months will be charged one dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. One inserVn. Two do. Three do I sqstre , 12 n s, 24 li s, f 36 li inesl $ 50 1 00 1 50 months. $1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 $ 75 1 00 2 00 6 do. $3 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 $1 00 2 00 3 OG 12 ...

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. — 7 August 1861

Oonocrat & Sattincl. C. D. Ml-RKAT, Editor. James S. Todd. lubllslier. WEDNESDAY. AUG. 7. 18S1. S. M. reltenglll & Vo. Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street. New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sexti kel," and the most influential and largest circul ating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest terms. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Assembly. CYRUS L. PERSHING, of Johnstown. Sheriff JOHN BUCK, of Carroll Tp. Treasurer. THOMAS CALLIN, of Johnstown. Commissioner. P. J. LITTLE, of Allegheny Tp. Associate Judges. G. W EASLY, of Johnstown. II. C. DEVINE, of Ebensburg. Poor Housk Director. GEORGE DELANY, of Allegheny. Auditor 3 years. E. R DONNEGAN, of Clearfield Tp. Democratic County Committee. Irvin Rutledge, Chairman. Allegheny, Patrick Donnegan Cambria, Wm. O'Keefe Carrolltown, Joseph Behe Carroll tp., Robert M Combie Chest Springs, B. A. Burns Chest tp., Wm. Noel Clear fie...

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. — 7 August 1861

local Uttrns. Returned Yoluuteers. i the volunteers from this place, who members of the companies, mustered )tve service , for three moDths, recently '.argea, have returned home, and of course - K T.-t n n n "I 1. n w1- it tfk trell, and we are pleased to learn that ,ejr officers bear testimony to their Laving i JfS. Among the number we notice the ge ,!ni familiar faces of, Capt. Wm. Linton, - fl". Brown, John C. Murray, Robert iirlett. Joseph Wherry and Saml. Good- ;0f All honor to them, for the promptness h which they rushed to arms, in tho ir of their cmatry's utmost need. We jeritanJ that they all iutend returning . ("jauty lially for them gas Our frieud James C. Noon, Esq , is .je from the wars. He arrived in this place 3 last Friday cveLing. lie was second lieu j..Eact of the Johnstown "Citizen Guards," liJAdjutaut of the 3rd regiujpbt of thy IVnn i Ivauia Voluntcera. We are gratified, aliho v;t sarpiised. to l?irn that while in the jer he won for himself the reputation of Le-...

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. — 7 August 1861

And Then. A story is told of a very food and pious man whom the Church cf Rome had enroll d among her eamts on account of his great holiness He was living at one of the Italian Uni versities, when a young man whom he had known as a boy, ran up with a face full of delight, and told him what he had long been wishing above all things in the woild was at length fulfilled, his parents having just given him leave to study the Law, thereupon he had come to the law school at his University on account of its great fame, and meant to spare eo pains or labor in getting through his Btudies as quickly as possible . In this way he ran on a long time ; and when at last "he came to a stop, the holy man, who had been listening to him with great pa tience and kindness, said Well, tod when you have got through your course of studies,, what do you mean to do then?" , " Then I shall take my Doctor s degree, answered the young man. And then Y' inquired Phillippo Nen. And theu," continued the youth, 4 I s...

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. — 14 August 1861

ML i vr it hi hi V iii Hi Hi Hi THE BLESSTKG8 OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF . HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTES ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AND THE POOR. JEW SERIES. EBEXSBCRG. PI. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 14 1861. VOL. 8 XO. 36 fj It 91 S: :rEMOCRAT & SENTINEL' IS FUB- j lished every Wednesday Morning at U'JLiLiAI. - 1 - ..... , vibleia aJvance; One Dollar and Seventy 1 . - -i -. i - - .i i vg CsT3 it noi paia wnnin six. monins, ana r . . i,.;f nnt rai.1 until tViA tArrmnatirm JO JJI 'LUiM i l'"'" - I- vear. So subscription will be taken for a shortei rxl thin six months, and no subscriber will be "-"eertv to discontinue his paper until ail ar- iraes are paid, except at the option oi the AuyPer3on subscribing for six months will be jreJ OSE dollar, unless tne money is paiu " Advertising Rates. One inter fn. Two do. Three do 12 lineal $ 50 $ 75 1 00 24 lines 1 00 1 00 2 Oo 36 lines I 1 60 2 00 3 00 3 months. 6 do. 12 do squares , squares , lines or less, wuare, 12 lines Snare...

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. — 14 August 1861

Democrat & Sentinel. C. n. MfRR.il, Editor. James S. Tudtl. I'ublisher. WEDNESDAY. AUG. 14, 18G1. S. 31. l'ctlcnglll & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau St net. New York, ami 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sexti N el," and the most influential and largest circul ating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for ns at our i.owest teems. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Assembly. CYKUS L. PERSHING, of Johnstown. Sheriff JOHN BUCK, of Carroll Tp. Treasurer. THOMAS CALLIN, cf Johnstown. Commissioner. P. J. LITTLE, of Allegheny Tp. Associate Judges. Cm. W. EASLY, of Johnstown. II. C. DEVINE, of Ebensburg. Poor House Director. GEORGE DEL ANY, of Allegheny. Auditor 3 years. E. R DONNEGAN, of Clearfield Tp. Democratic County Committee. Irvin Rutledpe, Chairman. Alleeheny. Patrick Doncegan Cambria, Win. O'Keefe Carrolltown, Joseph Belie Carroll tp., Robert 31 Combie Chest Springs, B. A. Burcs Chftst tp., Wm. ...

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. — 14 August 1861

JUL Xoral 3trms. ' "--7- Our friend. Master Robert Thompson. Las ta ImuiI, this week, a large assortment of uiaon f LvrVpfs anJ paper ; also all the Magazines and i ..,,rv weiklios. Ciill arounJ and spr b!m. , , it - 1 j -r litu. in mis pr.tce, yesiercay, lai ra, I -v !,tr of James and Maby Mykks, in the Sth GliAIX Wheat, prime red, $1.05; white, 1.. ,;:ir cf her ae. -Sleep S'.'ft in dust, wait the Almighty's will, Jlcu ne unchanged, and be an angel still y- Mr. Samuel Stiles has purchased the stock I t f Groceries of Mr. E. J. M ils, and can be found at the old stand on High Street, nearly opposite this office, formerly the Post Ofilce. His stock is lir.ee and well selected, and his prices placed at the lowest figures Call around and see him. ; fr-Thoiaas P. Feuln Esq.. arrived in this , place yesterday, on a visit to his friends. lie is. :ind lias been for several years a resident i f Leavenworth city, Kansas. His friends here, and their name is legion, are all of course rejoio to...

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