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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 23 October 1861

Tbe East Letter rrom Russell. - The London Times of the 2Sth ulr., tr new Washington latter from con Mr. iln'Bseli,' under date of the 16th. from which we extract as follows .. .It is not possible that he Confederate Generals can be meditating a Jire'ct front attack on the place, unless they are satisfied that the Federalists will not stand inside their works. Bat common sense must teach the latter that with a deep river behind them, crossed by two narrow bridges, discre tion aod valor would prompt them to a most 'vigorous resistance. The Confederates have etill their screws and float boats in tbe creeks below the city ; but the Potomac flotilla for ever moves up and down before the watery dells in which they lie bid. and an attempt to 'throw troops over to the Maryland side would be far less 'ikely to succceed now, than it would have been a month ago. The move ments of Beauregard in our front teem to show that ho is tak'mg ground more to bis left, and it is probable that his centre...

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. — 30 October 1861

Id 9 IS $7 9 11 y 1 1 1 P f ill-1 V3 ft 0 IN - .'H :M in iej. i&y ! ill, k, M IS 114 Li M :i isfsERIBS. r. .WCKAT A SfxtKeL' IS PUB- f f.0 niassc. . Meanwhile Cnft ll ii.il every Wednesday Morning at I , .?t !S 1 In cab,1, ,a accoidauc v.-ith -P .l;.as and Fifty Cents per annum, ! t',c !"'v'oe '''i 1 sr.sjn.-ct, who sympa - b'en ahano.-; Use Doi.lak and Sevkxtt j tl.ized pretty sirotgly whu tlie aggrieved party-!."sN-r if n 't pai 1 within six months, and ; aa wheo so,ne 0hc mwt indent of us j ' , 'i Li.viis it not p.u I until tuo termination I .1 ,v, , ,, ....... ' - 1 tue aLoe nsmd wcrthy individual m ciuirv at . sY;s Ti;tl n will be taken fr a shorter - i than six months, ami no subscriber will be r:v t- li-.'-.titinuc hi paper until all ar t .; s "arc p-ii If except at the option of the i .i .fuhseribing for six months will be ..'..j ,si: i u. '-. wiles- the money i.s paid IflveiJIsinsr Kates." 0,i ;:srrn T,co Jo. TJ.w i 24 '.n.- 100 100 f Oo ! r.o oo 3 0C ; 3 UM'lt'.K .I F....

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. — 30 October 1861

Lore it was, tut I pretended not to hear her ho then weiit to the door and called tae cuild- w u.iv. ... , , , ,.. ren to come and play wita tnc woy. were ia the cherry trees, and the others deep among the blackberry bushed, and frooo the looks of their hands and faces 1 julged taey had found plenty of fruit. I sighed again as I thought of the jam wo had intended to make of the berties, and savagely wished the "dears" were under my control for about lo minutes. . I went into the kichon to light the lire in theetcve, and having got dinner oa the way, went into the room for something, and there the children wcro, building a house of stove w CO 1 which they hal carried ia froui th ghed ; but it was rather more than 1 couia bear when I eaw that Charley bad my cloak wrapped around him and over Lis head, as he Baton the floor playing "p-'ep" with the baby it pulling for life at the tassel. I forgot everything there, and took it from him much quicker than he put it on. I was not aware tha ...

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. — 30 October 1861

i 1 f : '. Lii' i " : j I r - -1 r-!.. r r I Li:ii r.,SC, K 1 ; :1 w f L . ' s s'- ' Xoral Sinus. 111.-110 AD SCHEDULE. VT hMOKS S TATION- r . - Trun leaves at r ia - 1". A i 'i Mb.. ...in ::. von s, A. M. .'.'-. p. ;a. c.02 I. M. 2.42 A. M. 7.aO F. M. 0,15 A. X. ebain-1 town 3000 ! ! soi,xs:ai-'s iti:uj:r XOTICI', The lion r.i f Relief be.ii,-; desirous of mak i lrib' u oqutaUc disposition of the fund raised fo the r. l;ti of the families cf voh:nU,r-r in the t.r ; vices . t our con-try, will requiru of all app Ik-nuts a s.iti.-factory statement of their cifunastaBets ; what relation the volunteer held in iho family ; l.nvv ir..y w.-ro depct.ht't cn him f-.r stipp.oft ; wnat support h is i,.--.a received since the v-bit:- f Cambria Canity vomnte-r.--. Ljrt gjt i j i 0 i , , k ' .. v'ia ami :. V'-AT l.l Ih.a I ... re .1 1,. .c-b; V f '."! t I ItiYrlKQGB, ' Lost, HtT.7 ?Lv?tG l;i awi-vhtiicc with tie? Act of A.oetubK- a'-i J.i! I-,i:i.-, . a L ;.,.;..-. y .' ' r : 1 t - ". . I r-rov-...

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. — 30 October 1861

SETT I T.M EATS OF CLAIMS TJITC OX BEI1AUF OF DEAD SOLDIERS. The followiug circular, of very general in- j an terest, has lately been issued from the Trea sury Department: To enable those who may have claims oc the United States for money cue deceased cdi cers and soldiers, on account of military serv ices rendered, whether in th9 federal or vol unteer service' to obtain the same with the least delay the following information is fur Eisbed: ORDER OP TAYMKNT. OrJer Firtt If ike deceased was married, payment will be made first to the widow; sec ond, if no widow, to bis child or children ; if minora to the gairdian Order Second. If he died unmarried. Erst to the father, if tbe father is dead, to tbe mother ; if both parents are dead.toihe brothers and titters collectively ; lastly, to tbe heirs in general. APPLICATION, PROT AND ACTITENTICATION . Applicati(n. The claimant or claimants must mate a written application, under oath, and over his her. or their own signature, sta ting bis her...

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. — 6 November 1861

Ifl I II III 111 l?l Ikl ft I IM ' JP UX TIE BLESSISG8 O, QOTEBSMEST, THE m. nTIS. SHOCU, DtSTBIBUTEO At CPON ,.. H.O. BKD THE W. THE ..OH THE ,OOB. SEW SERIES. EBEXSBURC, PA. W. 6, 1861 VOL. 8 XO. 48 TEU HI S: .rkEMOCRAT& SENTINEL IS PUB 1 1 lished every Wednesday Morning at 0Sg Dollar asd Fiftt Cents per annum, parable in advance; One Dollar and Seventy Five Cssts if not paid within six months, and fgo Dollars if not paid until the termination the vear. So subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six mouths, and no subscriber will be j- liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar iras are paid, except at the option ot the '11T person subscribing for six months will be , thirled osk dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. One insert1 n. Ttco do. Three do uare, 1- "12 lines $ 50 1 00 1 50 3 months. $1 50 2 50 4 03 6 00 $ i u 1 00 2 00 6 do. $3 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 $1 00 2 On 3 00 Squares, 36 lines 12 do : i lines or less, 1 square, t2 Vines 'squares, 24 li...

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. — 6 November 1861

democrat Sentinel C. 1. Ml'RRAl. Editor. James S. Todd. I'ublisher. WEDNESDAY. NOV. , 6, 1SG1. S. 31. rettenslll -V Vo., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street. New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the " Democrat & Sexti sel," and the most influential and largest circu iting Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for HS at Olir LOWEST TERMS. Democratic County Committee. Irvin llutledge. Chairman. Allegheny, Patrick Donnaboe Cambria, Wm. O'Keefe Carrolltown, Joseph Behe Carroll tp., Robert M Combie Chest Springs, B. A. Burns Chst tp., Wm. Noel Clear field, Thomas Durbin Conerrtaagh Bor., Jdo. Campbell Coneniaugh tp., Thomas M'Cabe Ctoyle, Wm. Hudson Ebensbrug, East Ward, Daniel 0 Evans, West Ward, Joo. Lloyd Gallitzin, J. Smith Jackson, John Singer Johnstown, Fir?t V.'ar, Irvin Rut kdge 2ad Ward, S. Colweil 3rd Ward, George N. Smith ith Ward, William P. Patton 5th Ward, George Shaffer. '.o- retto, P. J. Christe ...

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. — 6 November 1861

cHERIFF'S SALES. -TrTlTE of sundry writs of endi Venditioni Ul'Ar, : I'.cias. issued OUt L'Ut oi aim . , Fleas of Cambria County ..,h r.-l deirrees east t pTcnts. io t:' r'-'n.'.rth IS dees west 7 perchis to -::;e"'"!; S,ti.e:iceup said Hail Road I utsti noes to me uue thtnee bv said line soum nr I .in. si utti ;lt l.v bind cf ., t ip r.ir :c ii'w'i '"-"vv . :rt r ., , ...... .lfc. 03 i.rre ff t .crci.es to a posi leii--" . ,,. ,1,,-, iist. tnenceso west te. i'1'"-0 " r- , : ' .t .j peiehcs to a post, thence south ! . .:, . ...w to :i wa nut. tiience i .;::e0i wes. , -I - - -f curses and i 1 "'.."j,,f William Marrav S'-uth oo ue- j Dimoa 1, a small log house :'1'-Y'"g rm-ias to a bech, ther.ee sjuth . the ozcr.p.in-y the said "7 pe-ches t . a l-:ic::, V.ma Taken "in exet;;M ,ii and to I ;,,.;ri-.- - ,s t() ft sx:za..t thr.ce south j o. L. Lloyd 4c Co. E.s ,.f Simon Truby V- - -A'.. ' - 0,. . f, in l .te i i Cim t:t!e ?d inter-: snd t a j'i-j.-e ..r p irc i oi t t..wns.np. Ci'ii'Tia ...

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. — 6 November 1861

FREJIOXT AKD THE EL. AIRS. The St. Louis Republican has b.-en pouring hot shot iuto the Blair family, became of their efforts to remove Gen. Fremont. In last Sat urdays issue of that paper, Frank Blair re plies to some of the attacks alluded to ; from which we quote the following extracts : The testimony you have borne to the "won derful energy" of Major General F.eroont in raisins an army of ninety thousand mn in a few months, and ia the eame momenta holding each a line as t at which you describe as ex tending from Cairo to Kansas City, ia very honorable to the General and to you. And when vou aid, that this army was organized in half the time General Scott required to raise a similar force, and the line held by Fre mont is much longer than that held by Scott it seems to me that nothing can be added to eulogy But it appears to me, that ycur en thusiasm for General Fremont should not in duce you to do iojustice to another. General Lyon held every post now held by Gen. Fre mont, exce...

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. — 13 November 1861

Hi 1 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEBNSIEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OP 1TEAVEX, SHOULD BK DISTRIBUTED ALIKE VtOS TUB HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AXD TEE POOB. EV SERIES. EBEXSBIIRG, PA. WEDXESDAY, NOV. 13, 1861! VOL SXO. 49 rfcEWCll AT 1 sEVr?NEL' IS PUB- LI V,i-1 cvcrv Wednesday Morning at H Doilv and "Fifty Cents per annum, .Ve i , advance; Ose Dollae and Sevkstt '-r rN-T ;f f't l within six months, and 'i)..li..vR3 if not paM until the termination war. So subscription win be tawen i" - "". V U - thin six monlhs. ami no subscriber will be :i'v-tv to discontinue his paper ur.til all ar-,'ri-es'are paid, except at the option ot the Vviwrvwn sub-eribinsr for mx months will be less T lie money is puiu Some months had elapsed since the destruc lion of the brig-of-wars boat by the gan of the Indian Chief, and Captain Lyman had been frequently beard of as the commander of the Manhattan privateer, which vessel had taken several valuable prizes and proved her self one of the greatest scourgrs to British comme...

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. — 13 November 1861

distril ration through the country. Capt. Mc Keever had ttem printed and delivered. Fre mont's order in this matter was as follows : "Adjutant General will hare 200 copies of Proclomatiou of Commander General, dated 30th of August, together with Address to the Army of the same date, sent immediately to Ironton, for the use of Maj. Garrett, Indiana Cavalry. Maj. Garrett will distribute it through the country. "Sept. 23. 1861. J C. F.. Com. Gen.' We left St. Louis Oct. 12, for General Fremont's headquarters, at Tipton. 1G0 miles distant, passing the eight at Jefferson City, theCaiitol of Missouri, 125 miles distant from St. Louis- Gen Price was in command of the place, with a force of 1,200 men The Eight Iowa wa3 there en route for Tipton. At this place they were accumulated a large quantity cf forage, landed from steamboats, and means of transportation ; also' the half barrels for carrying the water, and a number of mulea. which Capt. Turnley said he could not get forward, having no ...

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. — 13 November 1861

u SPECIAL NOTiCES. l'(,.f. Wood's Stir Hesforutive. This re its f Jliog out. aD(l restoring gray Lair to its 1 nldr. is bernni!no fp Ihrntpii All I ON ILi i. v - I O - . . . 11 ;he quack nostrums are giving way before it. Tbree fourtus ot tne mixtures for rettonog iQJ beautifying the hair, do it mors injury bj3 gooJ They burn it up destroy tbe ife of i roots tuake the hair fall off, aud Todaee piemsture baldness. But Prof Weil's Restorative may be relied on as ntaifing nothing which can in any- manner injurious to tiie hair, while its fcuccess in tv:onjp!Shing what it pretends to do has ea vcrifi .! io hundreda of cases We ad gray heails, and heads getting bald all TLo wish to sav-i their wool or obtain a new r.xk. t ;et a bottle of iVood'n Kestorative. V '. Democrat. S l by all respectable Diugjji-ts. jsj-Read the alvertisemcut re-peering '-Pr : ,.!sr:d. Ami Rhun.atic JJar.d," in another .;;u.i Acc -rdiii ti the r port o those i have tried it ul who have been cur.-d ! f the iu"S' v...

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. — 13 November 1861

HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. The proprietors ami manufacturers of IIOS- tettek's celebrated stomach bit ters can appeal with jtrfect confidence to phy sicians and citizens gent-rally of the United States because the article Las attained a reputation heretofore unknown, A few facts upon this point will speak more powerfully than volumeson hare assertions or blazoning puffery. The con sumption of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters for the l ist year amounted to over a half million bottles and "from its manifest steady increase in times past, it is evident that during the coming jear the consumption will reach near one million hct t!es. This immense amount could never have been sold but for the rare medicinal properties contained in the preperatiou, and the sanction, of the niost prominent physiciar.s in those sections of the country where the article is best known, who not only recommended the Bitters to their patients, but are ready at all times to give testi monials to its efScacy in all 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. — 20 November 1861

III S 11 fin 1 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOrLD EE DISTRIBUTE! ALIKE UTOX TIIR HIGH AND TIIE LOW, THE KICH AND Til K POOS. SEW SERIES. EBEXSBURG. PA. WEBXESDAY, ' iW. 20, 1861 VOL. 8 X0. 53 Y C R III S S rknfiW!iTA SENTINEL' IS TUB- I li-hed every Wednesday Morning at g Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, v.b'e in advance; One Dollar and Seventy I'. s: V r; i s n ii' j-....-. .-v... t . . I . .. . : i t y n inrnininmi t':..j vcar. N subscription will be taken for a shorter il.M! sit innnths. and no subscriber will be .K...i..finTi,i lij naner 11 ii til all ar- i.-.-l . ? ' I I . - - - - .-....v.- n.-.id. pscLTt at the option of the j i j 1- :iV 'v-rs in uoscribiiig for sis mouths will be i t; t vi. iinVs fhe mir.fv is iaid Advert Nik;? Slates. ihi insert n. 'Tiro do. Tliree efo 1 00 1 .00 2 Oo 1 50 3 months 1T s. Go Hues :'..re, .pare-. : :r"-. ;i2 .1., 2 50 4 00 r. On 10 oo 15 oo 2 00 6 do. iz oo 4 50 7 00 0 00 V2 00 '' OO 3 00 12 do $5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00...

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. — 20 November 1861

fttnocrat & Sentinel. J C. D. MURRAY, Editor. James S. Todd. Publisher. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 20. :Sol. S. 31. IHittcii&ill Co., Advertising Agents, 1W Nassau Street. New York, and 10 State treat, Boston, are the au thorised Agents for the "Dkmocrat & Se.vti Hel," and the most influential and largest circu ating Newspapers in the United States and Caaadas. They are empowered to contract for US at Olir LOWEST TERMS. Democratic County Committee. Irvin Rutledge, Chairman. Allegheny, Patrick Donnahoe Cambria, Win. O'Keefe Carrolltown, Joseph Behe Carroll tp., Robert MCombie Chest Springs, B. A. Barns Chst tp., Wm. Noel Clear field, Thomas Durbin Conernangh Bor., J no. Campbell Conemaagh tp., Thomas M'Cabe Ctoyle. Wm. Hudson Ebensbrug, East Ward, Daniel O Evans, West Ward. Jno Lloyd Gallitzin, J. Smith Jackson, John Singer Johnstown, First War, Irvin Rut loJe 2nd Ward, S. Colwell 3rd Ward, George N. Smith 4th Ward. William P. Patton 5th Ward, George Shaffer. ' o- retto, P. J. Chris...

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. — 20 November 1861

I 1 SPECIAL NOTICES, Pr'f. Wood" s Hiur Restorative. This re gtoratire for making the bair grow, stopping its falling out, and restoring gray hair :o its origin color, is becoming celebrated. All ths quack nostrums are giving way before it. Three fourths of the mixtures for restorirg and beautifying the hair, do it more injury than good. They burn it up destroy the life of its roots make the hair fall off, and produce premature baldness. But Prof "Wood's Restorative may be relied on as containing nothicg which can in any manner be injurious to the hair, while its success in accomplishing what it pretends to do has been verified iu hundreds of cases. We ad vise gray hoads, and heads getting bald all who wish to save their wool or obtain a new stock, to get a bottle of Wood's Restorative. jV. . Democrat. Sold by all respectable DiU'cL-ts. tafrRead the H-'vertisemeut respecting Dr Leland's Auti Kfuuruaiic Hand," in another column. Ace .rdio to the npoit ot thosfi who have tried it and ...

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. — 20 November 1861

HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. The yrr-pri.fc.rs and manufacturers of H OS- TETTlJl Ill's CELEBUATfcD tauaiAu wi- TERS can appeal with perfect cent. '.once to phy sicians am! citizens gum-rally of the United States I-,.......,. t).o article has attained a reputation h n-t 'f -re unknown, A ft-w fuels upon this point r-.-;1; more m .werfull v than volumeson bare assertions or biazour puliery. The con- gumption of II reciter's Stomach Bitters for the last vcar amounte d to t vt-r a half million bottles ami from its manifest j-tea ly increase ia times pat, it is evident thr.t miring ti e coming year the consumption will reach near one million lot ties. This immense arrtov.nl Could never luiye teen foil but P r tlic rare medicinal properties cor.taineil in the prcporatiou, and the .-auction, of the most prominent physicians in those sections of the country where the article is best known, who not on!v recommence' the Bitters to their patients?, but are ready at all times to give testi mon...

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. — 27 November 1861

1". irl irJ IS 13 11 I S t IS.ii r 'h 1 1 1 ll r TIIE BLESSISGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BB DISTRIBUTED ALIKE CPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND TI1K POOR. JEW SERIES. EBEXSBCRG, Pi. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27, 1861 VOL. 8 XO. 51 T F R 51 Si nkEMOCRAT A SENTINEL' IS TUB L? lished evcrv Wednesday Morning at Oxs Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, ..ivab'.e ia advance; Oxe Dollar asd Sf.vkxty Five Cests if n t paid within six months, an J T.v.. i).Lna- it' no: paid until the termination th-. vear. X subscription will be taken for a shorter rerio.I than six months, and no subscriber will be it iihcrtv to discontinue his paper until all ar rcarvges'are paid, except at the option ci the evnv person subscribing for six months will be P!1V V. 1 dsk dollar, unless the money is paid "'"'" Advertising ttates. (hit insirfn. Ttco do. Three do 1 s.;i::ire, 12 lines 2 souarcs, (24 t'.nes S line? or less. 1 square. ri2:ineM. : square-, 24 lines j ? squares, f Hues 1 a'f a cW'::in,...

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. — 27 November 1861

-v , v- i c. r. 3irnn.iT, Editor. Jaises S. Todd. Iublls!ier. WEDNESDAY. NOV ggl. I I S. .11. Iet!eiisrlll A. t'O., , Advertising Agents. U'J wassail o.ne., -c" York. :md 10 State street. Boston, are the an- thorized A-ents for 'the "Dkmocuat X r?ENTi KEL," and the most influential and largest circu iting Newspapers in the United States and CaDadas. They are em pet ered to contract for us at our lowkst terms. Democratic County Committee. Irvin Rutledge, Chairnuaa. Allegheny, Patrick Donuahoe Cambria, Win. O'Keefe Carrolltown, Joseph Behe Carroll tp.. Robert MOonibie-Cheet Springs, 15. A. Burns Cht tp., Wm. Noel Clear field, Thomas Durbin Conemaugh Bor., Jno. Campbell Conemaugh tp.. Thomas M'Cabe Croyle. Wm. liaison Ebeusbrug, East Ward. Daniel O K vans. West Ward. Jno IdojJ Ga!!i;zin, J. Smith Jackson. John Singer Johnstown, First War, Trvin Rr.t tedge 2nd V.'ard, S. Cohvel! Srd Ward, George N. Smith 4th Ward, William P. Patton 5th Ward, George Shaffer. 'o- retto, P. J. Chrisfe Mill...

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. — 27 November 1861

RAIL-? 0 AD SCHEDULE. ii-ir MfinR station:. II 1UJAV" vest Express Train leaves at Fas: Lia'i " M.ul Train jwE.tprc-ss Tram leaves a. " Fast Line ' ' .Mail Train " 9. 44 A. M. 1.09 P. M. 4,01 P. M. 8.25 P. II. 2,23 A. M. 6,23 A. M. We arc indebted to bur beautiful, intel ligent ani accoaiplisued joun fiind.the pret ty Sc hrol Mistress. for ite following extracts. She Las promised as an origioal poem shortly. PLEASCEfca OP MEi-OHY. Hail; memory, tail ! in thy exhaustlcss mine From age to age unttmered treasures shine ! Thought and shadowy brood thy call oLey, And Place and Time are sul ject to thy swa- ! Thy pleasures most we fed. when most alone The ouly pleasures we can call our own. Rogers. LOVE. ATTENTION! E0 ! That Turkey for thanksgiving day (to mor row") has not b?ca ssct around yet Friends d jet U speak at once, but ra member now is the acceptable li:ue, now U the time of j a'vation. j To Latk. We regret that we received j Mo late for this weeks issue the proceedings ! of the...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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