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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 November 1861

HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. TI.e proprietors and manufacturers of 110S TETTEIi'a CELEBRATED .STOMACH HIT TERS can appeal with perfect confidence to phy sicians ami citiiens generally of the L'niteJ Slates because tiie article has attained a reputation heretofore unknown, A few facts upon this point will speak more powerfully than volumeson bare asscrti. ns or blazoning pmlery. The con sumption of Ilostcttir's Stomach liitters for the List vear amounted to over a half million bottles and from ita manifest steady increase iu times past, it is evident that during the coming year the consumption will reach near one million lot ties- This immense cnount could never Lave been sold but for the nre medicinal properties contained in the preperation.aud the sanction, of the most prominent phj-sieians in those sections of the country where the urticle is best known, who not only recommended the liitters to their patients, but are ready at all times to give testi monials to its efficacv in all...

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. — 4 December 1861

i 1W i- a - lfc:J V l' IIS !1 vT A- NW Ms THE BLESSINGS OF OOVKRVMEKT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BX DISTEIBUTE3 iLUK CPc THB HIGH AKD THE L0T7. THE EIC3 XM THE POCZ. BBBXSBBBG, PI. WEDNESDAY, ; 4, 1881 VOL. 8 SO. 52 T r: R M s: t rMOCHATA SEXTIXEL' IS TUB- jt ii.-lu' I eurv Mi-mivo.1.1; o - D icLva a-d Fiktt Ckn'ts per annum. V,'- hi advance: O.ve Dollar and Sevkxtt - Ck-ts if n t paid wilhrn six months, and ".. -r . : 1 tl.o torminal'nn , i , - u r . - . . - - t ",!c."l.,'':T ri..n will be taken f--r a shorter 1 .F ' t u . tl 11 ML II lli I I1.1LI1 1 ....-..- :.l ,v,., rrm.mtiu im1 r.n 511 nSCl 1 ber 1 1 M? i- l - until qTI Jr. -.Vare raid, except at the option ot the ,' '..'.,.. s:;b bribing for six months will be - 5 .vf; p.-ii.A?.. unUvs tV.e nK.rey is paid tdverUmsr .inlcf. On, i'iieri'n. Two do. TJtrec ffo 2 lines 5 50 $ 7' SI CO 4 i:nfPJ 1 CO 1 00 ? Oo I Ur.es ! 1 CO 2 CO 3 00 C mouths. C iln. 12 do l &0 S3 CO $5 00 f;sj 2 50 4 0 9.00 ; ;in.-s 4 00 T 00 12 00 , !:u-...

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. — 4 December 1861

Btmacrnt & Sentinel. C O. InrilltAY, Editor. James S. Todd. Publisher. 9" " 'ijA WEDNESDAY. DEC. 4, 1S61. S. 31. lettensrl" Vo. Advertising Agents, 113 Nassau Street. New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Senti nel," anil the most influential and largest circu ating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for OS at our LOWEST TERMS. Democratic .County Committee. Irvin Rutledgc, Chairman. AileelieDy, Patrick Donnahoe Cambria, Wm. O'Keefe Carrolltowo. Joseph Behe Carroll tp., Robert M-ComlieC'uest Springs, B. A. Bums Chost tp., Wta. Noel Clear field, Thomas Durbia Conemaugh Bor., J no. Campbell Conemaugh tp., Thomas M'Cabe Cioyle. Wm. Hudson Ebeusbrug, East Ward, Daniel O Evans, West Ward, Joo. Lloyd Gallitzin, J. Smith Jackson, John Singer Johnstown, First War, Irvin Rut hdge 2od Ward, S. Colwell 3rd Ward, George N. Smith 4th Ward, William P. Patton 5th Ward, George Shaffer. ' o- retto,- P. J....

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. — 4 December 1861

2 w 1 V PENNSYLVANIA RAIL-BO AD SCHEDULE, W1L1IOKE STATION. West Express Train leaves at " F.ist Line " "Mail Train East Express Train leaves at F ist Lir.e " ' Mail Train ' 9. 44 A. M. 1,09 P. M. 4,01 T. M. 8.25 P. M. 2,28 A. M. 6,23 A. M. STRAYS. STRAY IIEIFEK. Came to ray residence in Summeihill township, about the 7th, of October last, a Heifer ab-ut two years old, red and whits; the- left ear is cropel off and a slit in the right ear. Th3 owner can have the h'ifer by enmiug forward, proving prop erty and pajiDg charges, &c. otherwise .she will Le disposed of according to law. FRANCIS J. McCOMIES. Sumnierhiil Nov. 27, 18G1. St. TKAY STEER !- IO and enclosed lands -i.roke.iiito the improved of Henry Little, "in Allegheny township, Cambria county, on the 14th day of November 1801. a black Steer with a white face, a spot f black over his "ri'ht eye, a little white on the end of his tail, and on the hind part of h's belly ; also on etch bind leg; a pie-e cut o.T l-'we-r part -of...

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. — 4 December 1861

U HOSTETTER'S mmm mnm jo hl j-.;ri- tors .'-!h1 trtanufaetnrirs- of HOS- TeYi'ER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT- J 't'L :S Ciu appeal witL periect coiinoence w piy j r:ctvj -..! culztus geueraily cf the United Slates j Uju1 tit art id-' ha atnunea a repuwwiou I-rr- -. t.iTj takuuwa, A !w cU upon tfi'spont -.-.h core powerfully th-i vclumcson Lf-rPiscru-a- or hl.az'.u.:::iin-ery. ,T!. con-v.-.:u: tion .-f lloscUer Mou..a-h Bitters fir the i-iv' vc.ir'ai.i-'iutcvl ft over a half rill'lv-n hottles Vv--r;1 :v.u.rii.'-c steady ir.-reai in iin.es lit, ': Ic -.videat that t'uriog lt-e comhig .year tf o c'v-t ispl'mii r:uh nt-nr oue Tnil'lor. Vet i-.rreie airtoust c-mM never have tc-r r-Al "it f r the ta-.- mediae.:-.! pn-rc-rti.s r.xr.lZri vt tnsTifperalto-i. r j-'rt 1 ha nisctioc i ;L: v-..-i. ttrMruiocat ili;V.'l:ir.3 in iiose sections ili a r.r. invul-.al'lc i ...-, v-j be cf!--iir.g '.5th7 d a Go r.- Tw-i'.is w:vr ievr una aju aoa v'.l'ii- i'V i"i ii Clio li1 w st ' tn-tie j rre a tn;a cure ...

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. — 11 December 1861

ill If f.-A 1 , B 1 1 11 -1 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE .DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW. THE EACH AND THE i'OOR. i W Ul Q N s EY SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11, 18G1. VOL. 9-XO. 1. RESiDEMT'S MESSAGE, ic St-icJi : j'i7 House oj vil!?. cr on some sliil ci tie rent Hue, can be the fir.anr-5al year, ending on' the "Qth of iV ,cn here upon the Supreme Bench. I have I high as two buudred mil! ion dollars due in , ii.s'.ine..t"oii have 1 eea epe-cia!iy felt in the i easily determined. Kentucky and the gen- : September. 1801, the receipts from all sour- j '-.on unwilling to throw all the appointments ! a large part from insu.-gnti in open re- ; Pateni Lmd O.fi-v-i. The cash re.e:j s eral government .o-op:?rating, the work can j ces, including the balance of 1st of July ,' 5 4 thward, thus disabling rayselffnrn doing j hellion to I.-y.d ciizena who are even mov j from the sale of pub ic lauds during $ cf J be completed in a very s...

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. — 11 December 1861

u L iltmotntt anb Sentinel. C. O. MURRAY, Editor. Jamen S. Todd. Publisher. 11 Our Paper. With the beginning of a New Volume, T present the "Democrat and Sentinel" our kind patrons in a new dress, s.rA ' although reduced in size, consid erably improved, we think, in appearance. We hope our readers will agree with us in the opinion, that what we have done is a change for the better. This is a point for them and not for us to positively decide. While pleasing ourselves we hope we have also succeeded in pleasing our patrons. The paper will contain as much, if not more, reading matter as heretofore, as we have considerably reduced the num ber of advertisements in our columns. We hope our friends will kindly appreciate our efforts to please them, and testify their approbation, by doing all they can to in crease our subscription list. All favors of this kind will be gratefully remembered. We think it unnecessary to make any pledges for the future. Suffice it to say, that we will labor fai...

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. — 11 December 1861

j?j-2'.:;i-,::s iliffl & HP Mil ROAD. ; Tues'lav Dk. 3d; 1S31, trains . 5 f. !i jvvs : 'r"" WESTWARD .-v a 1 bair it y.ou a; . Kavl r s 10.05 " EASTWARD U.ive Fr,sburgh at 2.15 P. M. 2.40 " 2.5 " " 3.15 " - VZinnx arrival at Cresson. and lay I X. O - ... 1 . ('rot ,T. "I . I ''1 1 1 . ..v.r niL' ll : a"i ,1 Tim l . -L.i ici'"-' . ov.-. . ti-.. .rnlTV. impress L Thk Caii. TIoad. Mon.liy -t liwt wets., j L.rSe uu v b M "ai j , by ii:, t', . da v. the -Iron Horse' v er c..r.- "annexed." made his first Ebe-nsburg. The l.ng . ! f .r. '.u-l a !. i -.r.i r ;it last, and of course, be ; gy-Tne following is the question for dis nrtv and cheerful greeting from c'isiou at the next meeting of the Ebensr c'lue-R". V.'i- E'oensburghcrs now b at we pro impliaticaliy "om i uic '' A , .ur:n'y from Lis pi ice t I .ii t Pitt.-Wrgh. aul ttd'nus. in the '' bt:i7t? cotich- i.v res 'ure l t t':e .itcr f a fev ; ;, j.'t'as uit rile, in a s '.e:vu I Rail : .'..Mr. Klwn-biiig is now Iwnju l to p r-j.-r:....

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. — 11 December 1861

J coNTiM in riicM n:isv vacf.. The last ray of Lope for prerving the leiMSl.l- 1 TT, m-..o..VI.. .r,,;! noil, t l aSfll-.H reoeral review j Monarchy it?elf is sometimes hinted at and J a possible lefugc from tLc power of the peo- ple. In the present petition I could scarce- I submit the resolutiuns of tb Ism of Gdarado, which evidence the patn- ' . -p . o nn t , J t wmj' wv. y - --- ctic spirit of the people of the territory. i - , . . nrrnrr.,j ,nC0m mav .0t ie r.n b 1,e justified were I to omit raising a war- So far, the authority of the United States j Ctablo Vhal wa3 painfully uncertain j "inj voice against this approach of relurn- nore chs- t is pl.i 5 iil v i La& been upheld in ail the territories, as it j t s mucJl bctcr j,,,; auJ n.ore jis. iRg despotism id to be hoped it will be in future. I com- . . . , rroress j cveiJts mend their interest and defence to the eu- j jn the ti:r;?ct;on. The ;l:surgcnts dAim i;ritpnr.1 and reneroui care of Congress. 1 I . .. .. .... v.......

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. — 18 December 1861

j u Z 1 .5 ft a THE LLESSLGS OF GO VER X3IEST, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE. UPON THE HIGH ASD THE LOW, THE RICH ASD THE POOR. 15 is; 3 P S 4rU MEW SERTES. f:n Mn. XX lul l Home wilbont Father ! EBENSBTJRG, PA. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18, .1861.- VOL. 9NO. 2. .it :s k l ciouay ;.iy ,-ris It r.vher -tst I eta" win re wo stay v p,., r .va k"er i:-1 est cqiianiivtii-, I banished the memory of j rev, of him who bore his note of hand; both, to examine and wonder over the sec-, j and it appeared, therefore, impossible that ond letter from my unknown correspondent. , such a fellow could pretend in any honest It was us fallows : ( way to the hand of the rich young lady," -m-- y . r .v- . c.oU iw in lia-Vi,.!- i n-forrn. fr bv the- note holder, and doubt- 1 I ' I It I J J I . : .1 1 14 L V IU A. ..il.HiM i n 1 - - , , I - , ia Fri.l.iv evci inir, with E. to sign, seal, hiss i less the fair E. of the- letter. f -H"- ' hcsitafe swear that my -t.t. -i "iTrnrrit-bTc." .".iv.i.'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. — 18 December 1861

5 Jlcmcctat nnb j?rntinrl. C. I). Ml'RRiT, Editor. Jainex S. Todd. Publisher. . 18, II. For what are we Co.itemlliijr I We Lave been frequently asked during the last six months, for wU.it purpose is the National Administration carrying on J.is war, and have uniformly answered for the purpose of saving the Union and (institu tion from destruction. Imaging back the revolted States to their allegiauee, and re storing tranquility to the country. To sus tain the correctness of this answer, we pro duced the declarations of President Lincoln in his Inaugural address aud in his Message to Congress at the commencement of the Extra Session of that body last summer We knew, of course, that alare portion of ! the Kepublican Party, was in favor of mr.k- j , . , , . i i mg the war a crua do against shivery, and J therefore advocated the arming of the Slaves ; aud encouraging servile insurrections a- j mong them, but we could not bring oarsvlf tobe!iev, that any member of the Admir.is- , tration, ...

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. — 18 December 1861

u L w ;rDr l! er Tru.gh of the Ih-Hiday&burg , Sudani an J i::-t.i of the Fultoii Drm. j hve our thanks f t their expressions ' ki'i ' rPTT'l- V,"e a-ur3 thorn we will' t .-..ntinv.c t "wear them in our hearts . ,? , -,-ri;.-j.l with baser matter." C '- " ' '.i.V.'.'"''J': That reliable individual. . .. - ;.',-t -'tat:l" inform r,-, that r- -.. n;arri-U b-tve. occurred ia Ebeus v -. .I iri ii t l.wt six.months, than ever I t7 .- , i i)ki. h -arts i if f ml -lovyers." :n -vr.d -J;-1'"- t!lt; VCiirs g -ue . ' fi-t wli--h wo are proud and I.e. i-- ' 1 i.'...r.v t to!. It shows lh.it the pro- 5.,': !y . : -r Fiiit.'-v.. city, i- not t all ef- "'" v t'.- v.-a . a: i t' ai tin' young men I ra ;'h i. -Ived on tho M nntaln. are n t .'.is-. t- k-.fp : fr.ua the paradise ; l8:.,vv. wlii,-!. is poseseed only by those ? hea-;- fl t sv-t pressure f the' -Ton re '.' ''in.!.' two willing hoar's. ' .......... . s-:.-ir. r-.'. s tho hoar in the ; -..'tJ.iTa S'-.f'.-. A cini-!r tlilrt in-Tense f ...

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. — 18 December 1861

HOW A DRY JOKER WAS JOKED. . i At the name of Caleb Meeks, wlr.it remin- j iscenscs pass before our mental vLs'on ? Old ' recollections come crowding upon us, and . we see an array of the " sold" pass before our mind's eye in the shape of the seekers : of the mythical Frank M'Laughlin, the vie- t'tms of crotou'cil and jalap, and for the ad- ; ministration of which no medical reason cx- isted, and alo.ig line of those who have been ' humbugged generally, witnout any specie j cf a conglomeration of the infinitesimal sells of liity years duration. Now, Nixby Nath?n Nixby was cne of Caleb's truest and staunchest business ac-! quaiatances ; but he had never been intro- I dticcd int the domestic circle mad glad by j the portly presence cf Mrs. Caleb, wl. was , s .mcwhat addicted t . jealousy. Ihe reason j for this lack cf acquaintance was that she ' lived a seclu ;ed ate. m one .-I tiie mue j l.g- on I, ng IUnd, and Nt Nixby lived . in our bald of New York. Well, one day, t-aieo was narap...

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. — 25 December 1861

s : i c - L. 1 c- i. j pi !i ;! 111 I l I v i in m ?. in ill ft : oj ' II? '4 l: . .--1 -.4 I 3 h IS - 1 1 .- y I i v hi 3 3 1 1 IM 3 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON THE 11 Id 11 AND THE LOW, THE RICH .V THE POOR. NEW SERIES. EBEInSBTjRG, PA. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25, 1SG1. VOL. 0 NO. - . - ... - ' -i CV. ... 1 5;irr;rM jnllTIT , ' "I shall love Mr. F. as long as 1 live. I a Conn-tautc- ot that tre.u:ierou .. u.:.;u .uiu fViiv I illLlM 111 3 made tha mistake the more readily, because, j wo were to run away together. Oil i Luir-1 osctl y thepoHoe'fjr knocknig c!ov;: ; "And whither." .pioth I, "were you ICS C- : 1' IV THIS: 7.'RC.'C a raseal!y fellow who insulted me iu the ' going? and why in boy's clothes ? SSOfSi: : street." (I did not like la tell the charmrr I "Oh," rcrliel Ellen, l.mghirg, we were I cf the re-t, lest f he -should conceive a sr.?- going home, to be sure; and lac ..-..-giii.ss i-kionof rae,)'"I attempted to get Y.ur...

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. — 25 December 1861

gtmoerat anb 5ifmcl. C. I. 31 lT 15 RAY, Editor. Jaiue S. Todd. I'uIilKlirr. WEDMSDAY DIE. 15. 18SL Blow ii Trumpet. lpon what meats d-ws this our C.-aser feed, That he has grown &o great ?" Truth like ui tinier, will out. Aniinadab Agonv Barker .last week.annoiinced through thG columns of the AHeyhuun, that he is a candid ie for Congress. '"Tell it not in Oath, puMish if n.t in the streets of As keion. le-t tic daughters of the Philistines rejoice, icM I he daughters ..f the uncircum ciscd triumph." Whiter it not in the ears of National 1'idoii -loving Democrats, lest thev laugh you to scorn: and breathe it n it to conservative Republicans, lest they tum from you with : -'icer - f mingled scorn j And contempt. 1 ell ,t on:y 10 iee nuc h'.ue idgg r worshipping Abolitionists P. the iner : cherid lie memory of old John li'.uvi! as a martyr hi tie cause of iiiuna ii!y. ami regard Horace Gi-e!y as the great man of t!,e !;ge. When we, several weeks ago, t ' tl our reader that the old...

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. — 25 December 1861

2, IsWAS-iroi.is, Dec, 14 1861. -'ie"-l Mari'ir- In compliance with ,-jur request, and to liquidate my promise ) i t'.-.t effect, I will nw proceed to give on , n of our situation &c. Ye ar- i.is-i'r1-' " eJ here snie six weeks since and have quartered in a large hall, which aifonts ;.linl,.:;...us and comfortable lodgings for - , i . i . ... r::r cT.-.r MSlV. e nave f;oou mats ui each soldier has two good i"ww llai.kets which serve to keep out t C"..M that his come across the prairies. I 1 . n I . n.i f tnrTii n n i 1 AM we have to do is ,i r.STch 1 l..wn that wsv at tl.e soun-J .r .' 1 M A. an 1 pitch Our Captain pitch 'it. ( uvesi."th;!.- undone, that will tend to the cotnf rt and happiness of his men. He isa model Captain and has the unbounded o--nfi-U-nre ar.d respect of those under his r-.n-'vai.d. Our lieutenants Snyder and jl --nre kir.d, active and efficient officers Our Mr.lerlv S-f.vi!, Thomas Davis is well i..n in C.t':i'riA and is worthy of tbe He is kind to the 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. — 25 December 1861

- jj t t ; i lrVWn NEW ARRIVAL 1 MANHOOD, IMf, ARK IXTFWYK - The nricr-w.l pipe." " the r s'lft - - . r . ,f- Leiutv b-w-w-.9 C i-J' Ecw Lest. IIcw Restored 1 -i1 t"V-V,1JL-,1L-iJ 1 ' 1 1 kere of lat2 cnlv chil.i'aojd s t-jl- oeauiy gnv r ri r "1 ttj s , , . , . , . . . . , .-. , . (-plTd ('' hirti Mr. Charles Dawson Shady, the translator j Lsaw TPIP?Tn PTflT mlITj"P1 FT f vfiV Si llli .1 ' 1 ! cfCurct'. Life in the Isert, receatly ! 1Vr scol llhe a child Mil Lc went to JLiKQ SllLL itflhldB 1 I THTT TTH WrT THI-l ' f j publishe 1 bv Mason Brothers. Mr. Siumly ; laewr.r. : J UXlrS U.t ? it NPFIFM TOEIPF or Eea.inal Weakne-s. 4 ?! ieTi IU S.....-..) con. j 'C "$ i UOirSWilK ,rftI)T, A- E,,,v lo.,- hii h A Li Aft i 1 LL. ' tribute.! articles to the" Atlantic Monthly,' ; ; concealed AVUHllJ V(HlS ! rtAr-V Lr ' ! T" ""v " M'U'v'y. b" to b, ,.El.fs Vaulty Fair -tho" Home Journal." &c. : .wth langhtcr j -Ei" JLUl01l4 ll UXUVO j C ,,,,,1,, ! M,.u! l'Mlh-: COPPER KETTLE ' ; The present p...

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 January 1862

j& : 1 I : i 1 : I e i ! I 1 1 II Hi Ik lb ill It- ttllllill Jv I A JL H tJi t it i THE BLESSIXGS OF GOVERXMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOULD ME DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UfOX THE HIGH AXD THE LOW, THE RICH AXD THE POOR. m:w series. WHAT is IIOMK WITHOUT MOTHEK ? A i VUt is ll'inc without a mother, What arc all t jvs vc meet, When her Wm' Hnilcs uo longer !,.; i!,,. .-.iula-' f our feet! i ! . The Jay .eciiis Lng, the nights are drear, , AvA v.::v: ph'.s slowly on! I ! i ; j lm oh ! !" few are chiMIioed'a pleasures, W:.t !i her gentle care is gone ! TV tl.hig we prize are first to vanish Hearts we love to pass away. An ! how soon, e'en in our childhood, Wt bth-.1.1 her tuvn'iug gray ; H.-r eye gruws dim, her step is slow, r jiys of e.irth are passed ; A: I sometimes e'er we learn to know her, m ? Ins breathe I on earth her last. n'..i-r hearts may have their sorrows, tli.it quickly l:e. away ; i;..t a ju-.ther lost in childhood wr'- v. the heart from Jay to day. Y her kind and willi...

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. — 1 January 1862

1 v. iltinocrat anb jrtnfmcl. C V. 3IIURAT, ExIItor. James S. Todd. Publisher. WEOfESDAT ffllMY 1 18E2. Tlie .eiv l'car. Our Taper, this week, bea'S date on the first day of the New Year. It will doubtless be observed by all our. readers, young and old. gr?.ve and gay, as a happy holiday as a day if relaxation from the business and cares of life, by bidding a ge nial, and hearty welcome to Mirth that wrinkled care deride?. And laughter holding both bis sidi-s.'' as counseleth the device Milton. As we write this, the hist day of old l?ol is rapidly drawing to a close, and ve are in no mood to discuss the everlasting politi cal questions of the times those themes which lock so forbidding, bvth to writer and reader, but, which must, never thcless be treated of, and discussed, at the proper time and on pioper occasions. Y"e will-not there fore mar the harmony and kind feelings, which should reign triumphant during these holiday times, by talking, about polit-cs but disc mrs'j hi a nifvi...

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. — 1 January 1862

U- t I 1 II i ..vii;U a place ,t5 ultle.- :.t h pleasure to give n out columns. It highly gratifying to the gal m the Summit, ef the eer inles to receive the s'.ibstnrc- ,1s n.ci.tiei.ei!. that thev sly remembered by their fai ,e with all the. smeerit Vliattlic Louis 111c Journal" sajs : 'We do not believe that even in this age of cheap publications any work can be more reasonable than the 'Scientific Ameukan at 2 per anum, with twenty five cents dis- count fur clubs of ten. It forms a yearly volume of SZ 2 pages quart o, w ith an im mense number of original engravings ol pat- . ented machines, valuable inventions, and There is not an ot rcci ive .-hare BOOTS AND 8II0BS. OR. 111. If. Ill ris W1 mi v i(:n 3 i objects of scientific -nteri-st.' . ii.du.-trhd vurstii' th.it does Ic'.-irw. ' :s 2th Ib.;;i, Sisnv Hoor, i:V.l. y. Will y'U have the kinds The undersigned respectfully an- rtffl nounces to the citizens of Johnstown (1 and vicinity that he still continues the Shoeniaking busine...

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