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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 January 1862

I J3 limil Tfl rinil A llnMC I HUW I U tAltlM A nUlYlL. ! I A STOUT FOR THE HARD TIMKS. The other evening I returned home with an extra $10 in my pocket money that I had earned by out of door work The fact is, I'm a clerk in a down town store, at a salary of $600 per aaaum, and a p.etty wife and baby to support out of it. I suppose this income will sound amazing- lv small to many of you two and three , . i I.H.. v:.. i.,lirc novpr. . lliOUSaUU tLOllill I'lilLt il---.vl . , .tv . theless we try to live wry comfortably upon It. We live upon theiloor of. tn un pretend- 1 ing little hou-e, fur which we pay one bun- ; cVed and fifty dollars vcr annum and Kitty. 1 my wife you will understand, does all her own work, so that we lay up a neat little mm every year. I've got a balance of two or three hundred dollars in the savings' bank, the hoard of several years, ami it is astonishing bow I feci. Why. Rothschild himself isn't a circumstance to me. Well, I came home with an extra bill, and bo...

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. — 8 January 1862

- $ 3 111 if f ? if 1 f .ft 1 1 lis ii rl i a ll 1 rfE BLESSIXGS OF COVERXMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OF I1EAVEX, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON THE HIGH AXD THE LOW. THE RICH AXD THE POOR. hi WW SFRTFS. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8, VOL. 9-N0.5. V.'Aj'ItH "USE. j time his bride; an.! need I add that for that i purpose Le was now coming- Little did she dream whom .she would find Liai to be ; ! but let the future reveal. ilz --irk and silent night, 1. the heavy thought of a vanished t v,'. ceeds come b.ick to sight, ' .... dee is rise wiiu a Minnie stjo' ill her arms twined around J the neck of Lott'e, the joyous expectancy I of her looks bet -kened the anticipated ap- ; prv:cl: cf s-.vte wclec-ntc rd -honored- gttcrt, ; the l! fell asleep Minnie with quick and hasty steps, walk- r.. e cay ended a happiness to all saTe or.', that one was Lottie ; her reign was cvi:.. They said nothing to her her rac-r- td her chamber floor until after midnight, with there words upon her lips " He is 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. — 8 January 1862

5L Unnocrat an jsfenfmtl. To Corrspondtnts. j .... ! ! (u glancing into our private ui", i we find it full to overflowing, with letter fn.rj correspondents which tcruain unans wered- Want of time prevented us from answering them ere this, and now that we C. I. MinUAT, Editor. James S. Todd. Publisher. WEDNESDAY ffiliRY 8 M S. 31. I'ctteiisill A. Co., Advertising Agents, ll'J Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State treet, Boston, urethe authorized Aleuts for the "Dem ocrat .& Sexti:;ei.," and the most influen tial a"d largest circu ating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for us at our LOWEST TEEMS. address ourseif to the long deferred task we fiud that for this week at least, we we can only dispose of a few of the most important. The balance shall be attend- ! ed to hereafter. As they are nearly all from Ladies, the questions asked are generally concerning such subjects as poetry, love, courtship and marriage. Our attention during the last ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 January 1862

ILL vx rr rr r YT r zrti n rTfYrv cmyi vviYrrTvr 5 1 , 1 t 1 i ADMIN I -STI: A ROT'S NOTICE. e.,s -! Administration have been gran I i t-" the undersigned, Vy the Register ( -!lna County upon the estate of l"vl-p dec'J," late of Munster Tp. V ! V. c','i;--j Notice s hereby given ';-'rer-,-r.s indebtel t-sahl estate to come J .'. u, ..-tt'.e the same, and those bav ' , , V,, ;i. i.M-t it, to present them prc- .-. ta. : ..tc.: f-r pavmer.t. DLNNh' IWIKEX, Adur, i iTrUV Ehirbh. Cc.rue to m rest j V ...tfLS-:v.::r-iL;.!t.;wnhir , aboui.the ' : o.r !..-ri:-t Heit-r abnit two ! a..d w..itc; u ear b ?: .? ' V ,iC ,r'-1:t c1r' 1 he .: H- tr.e i.Mi-r bv riming t-r- ivetwii.nii-r ov riming rty .u p iyi!: fch rges. ! .. -C Vv lit po: ilANTIS .fc.i.r.i n -v. .1 M CONN EL. lbol. St. ta: illS TIMES CO hi) LUiii I . : " . . , . ! J,, Cry ., :.. r t :.e ha- ei -.t-r.-.v re al - f.S "l l "' ! j-: rt--,-iv-.-; .-"v oti-.-rttig , ' and ! and AY Ki 'CSI.Y LOW HATLS. :ka I as v ;rie 1 r.a as-rt incut . ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 January 1862

B the arrival of tac steaciei down to Charleston, and that ;d! of them I from the two cities, together with as many j more as the Government cm, bx- induced to i send us from Richmond, be divided into j ionu Annus tLrce academical ioas. In j nads of about twenty live and chained L j AND WINTFE (OATS. PANT uly, 183S, he visited England, in company getnor ; that they tneu bo distributed, nr.. . VfsTSf po;; Mi;:,' AND 1VYS. 'da:td in wooden buildings in all the varices V.- may, this way. foice . .. , . i- t- i t-..r. f .''.-.w'tirr si-- 'ration is maae iv a C0T- . r, I i .n t n r r r.i ! r ::ii- : xu.- - e - - - cave ir.ie.iig-nce n -......4 - Albert, husband of ictoria, Queen land. II; died of ga the lid:. Prince -.- fir nr. a r.- rin too ,.. w,, ,.f iT.., house of Saxe Coburg r"se that cur Mayer be r-quested to have Tin xv". a 1tp sc-on-l son of Ernct the Yankee prisoners at Columbia brought J Duke of Saxe Ceburg Gotha, ur.der whose Immediate personal suj erintcudence he re ceived an...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 January 1862

1 .... ; I 11 5- 4 j It i' I- IK '5 is-. THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. yV &$4A Iff7 Mr? WXVS l?a ir? i J-- 1r i :fc ill linn ii I I 1 . I p XEW SERIES. ;er!rrt pottri. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1862 VOL. 9NO. C "" "St Inter. ?T TT. n. PA VIS- itCT lip ip. Lis throa. Ai.'- 1 L tiuma Ki juu ; A!rc-a.!y t:.- ta.tn is coverev. j Un.'f . mow white shroud ; ! T'r r.-' t'.t ivintrv ui: tho tnv.v tiake-s diuary nature. Pretending that my ap paratus required some repair, in winch he could aid me, I found means to draw hiio into conversation, tut. though civil in Lis languige, he appeared to refrain from being too communicative, so tLat despairing of success in finding the cause of his sorrow, (for still the tear would occasionally glisten in his eyo) I was about departing from the fpot, when a beautiful girl, panting, and almost brealh- r.v Ti.- .i , cfc-- : less, appeared bifo...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 January 1862

U L v.. jicnfuul. C. D. Ml'RRAT, Editor. James S. Todd, iubiilier. miESMY mm is mi S." M.Pcttensrlll Advertising Agents. HO Nassau Sin., New York, and 10 State -tfrcct, Bcton, ircthc authorized Agents for the Dem oCR VT & SEXTISEL," and the most influen tial and largest circu ating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. Ihey arc empowered to contract for us at our LOWEST TEEMS. Krotlicr Barker: We have no intention of going into an elaborate reply to, or analyzatiou cf the three or four columns of malicious slang con cerning us, in.the last Allejhaniun. By do ing so, we would extend more attention to the impotent malice cf the old Mountebank than it deserves. We shall notice only cue or two points which seem to merit some consideration, and then dismiss the subject. With regard to the movement which was fctartcd last summer, for the purpose of pro curing the destruction of this establishment by an infuriated mob, it is well known that it was carried on under the special pa...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 January 1862

1 ,,.t -0i; the Cth inst., Gallitztv. son , FNris and MauyEbeklt, of Minister ! FKAN4 . .r,ii'l 1 -I . .1 .a .. of sucli is tlie Kingdom of Heaven." j)uP.Ou the 1st inst., at the residence ,,f itri'artnts ia this place. Mls Jxe ,'V.M IA!3. aged about 18 years. jjj. im:i;oTt-l Spirit LUOiv lui infill 10 mv; i -.- .,1. tl: I 4.n ' :r:t l;l.id. Willi me auveiit oi iu Y.a:. Her life w:is pure and Llaruless and ti.es- h T . ,:.e 1: loved her have everv reason to in heaven- May jibe ret iu peace. ,j.Ve i.ave 'cn E J Mills' stuck of hats cr,s which i hard to beat. Mr. Mills jSct:U:nH- a man of en-rgy and has dis- avo! verv ot.n i.iKii. in n.v. l.'s J, his, hats u::d caps are made of , mat rial. We advise our young n, wii L-!ia g.od fashionable hat or I j t- t-ii:..- eM.ibii.-hment where you :t he ftied "-: lul;1 tl;e bx.ts to the hat , : a .-uit t:t ! 1 married in. 17"(i:r neighbour across the way, Geo. II;.:; T " . . '. . . 1 n ..nit nn.l 1 v . a.:::ti r.:. a.-s.-rtment 01 iiueirv aiw nar...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 January 1862

MOT TOflrL A SURE REilET FjB A DISEASED BLEEDING GUMS. ; nursing soi.l :juL i-i. j P- t. W "pHS- now in u-,e f.r .-- disease. condition of the in.mt.U. It is pai- ticularly beneficial ta person- v. earing ! .mrriTST nrirr? i iilLJL Ill o iJLLij A j i i n ry 1 notice it has been L.oui.t. A BAD LI'.EATII an oiloacc fur which there- is no excuse 1 while DP., XV M. 53. IJUEIIVS MOUTH WASE Cleanliness ot the month is of reat ini j portauce to the general health, whieli i of- i ten affected, and nr,t unfre 1'ie'iliv seriously j impaired, tbroua-h wnt cf proper atUntin j to this subject. ; USZ DR. VM. B. HUStU S MOrTH WASH. : rrc-T-ared at Dr. llurd'd Dental OHice. No. 77 Fourth Street, Biocklyn, E. D Price 37 Cents per Bottle. A lit eral di?com:t ma-le to dealers. Address Principal Ofiiee. Tribune Bui' J- . r;s. No, 1 Spruce Street, New York. j pruce fctreet. ew iorc. , 01l IP'iqn II rO JKOiJS' -pur, HI-' j 0Ai i:rid..na1r.ul ut ppv: t j I Dil . 1X21. 13. SSI'KD'S TOOTH POWBEE Tbi Powder ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 January 1862

IBi stw a (fit a f it it CI it ft it & I J-.Ji w w fife w w & $ THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW. THE RICH AND THE POOR. NEW SERIES. jfrlrrf orfrij. OL'xCOUNTKV'S DEAD. ; the a-bcs ( f the deal V.'!: - f r tlieir country die ; : 1.3 acred dust, i.e-vcr ilio ; 1 i.e. '..1.1 le i . ti.e iii-thn..-. heart, f::j :.a.I th.y vcr stand ; A rat riot I :.A v. b e-j j.rx.-c eli all sound Tlere.-; ';L..u.t this much-loved land .1 . 1, cf the 1 igbt. K.::!y y..u: requiem fii.g; ;.:.- i ti.cra. ye starlight waf.-hers brie Yeur star r; arkllng l-entics Irine!, A". I weave up -mid tin ir re ..ting place A !.: ',. tilled with light, emblem of tl:-!r i encoful re.-t, Cilni, np. !t'cri :k-!v bright. ': ! j j I i ;s :oivo ..tcl: spirit fair .in :u m;ui-- COI 50 I: nuii ley. x:J the ki: cs tf earth .r knew t'.vj pan;:, rcmorso : ! r tiry had acted wtil their p;:rt, b-.cl ligiithig for tl c'r l.u.d, "i: 'At native bud th...

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. — 22 January 1862

V5 Mir J A .VAL'&Li. v.. ' .W WO m U -w.m 'Smccrat anb gaifutcl. Janus S. ToiW. I'uSjli-Sicr. iiiSTsiiS. mi s .51. ic(tetzill A. Adverl'sinu' Agents. 1 I J Nassau S'lee'-. New York, and 10 State treet, Uoston, irethe au:hori7etl A cents for the 'lh;:4 ocs:at & Sen'tisf.i.,' and the most iiificn tiil and largest cireu atinu' Newspapers in tho L'i.itfd States an I Canadas. They art rmpoered to tontriict for us at cur l.OWfSI TERMS. TIic Ingrales. ; We are pleased to observe, that the relia ble Democratic papers of the State, v.nani Cicusly condemn tin course of the fcelf-styl-ed U tit or. Democrats, in the House cf Fep rc:enhv.ivcs cf this Stite. in fusing with the Itcpr.bl'c.ia members, in the eivothm of the cf ( Ki:T wr that b.ly. The c wtc-c cf the Dcino-: Title members throughout the con rst. is v.-orthv of the hi -best commend u:on I TLiy i'-ocxi by the party iu an hour w hen ireavn to it, niiht have prt.ved fatal to ifi f-ture prospects in this State. In ti e hour of its...

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. — 22 January 1862

u 1 "e- 1 1 i ti.e J.Ui- ati i I' ! by ii. ' r L.--il t no 5 T I i't.i n Jam; ;s m.ti ii : A..XLV of Aihghctiy 1 p., der- heard of scv.r.i! jit'chas- sof Uh-o - s.Mis i this place, in vicinity fa- . , , .r. hy an ei;terpn-i: -g p .: e , t.lit : v'r r..nnrv. Tht; fti :i-' .! . ;s ,i-!f.Mi. tll.lt i.e knows j , lit. ami the htces wheie or. j r.:.; j.f t' 1 nvnes-. (if our j will h. n- iiitr i- tr.tii.K t.-.S. j i i:i.t. ,ti :n ti e ii.ter r i f lVir.i- i niit. t pii.!i.-.; r rvf u'. timt- ! j.u. I, nit. .it vets.. t'.M'MIU l.ja I I :i the v.-rv i i r. fnf.l si.hi-'t f n!.it t-iN. ! T.-t "I If- j.arairjph pt -vc of a scholar It i i ! viittie of vu on'.t r ir-fuini mt of pi m Hj .i "-iht'. s hil ! Hrj. - ...ct-m.. !.,!.: he ; " ,. . -1 i i -ale . ovt rv. Like ...ii ( ) J,r'' ,- .Hi t-S- I'.i-nt s::i.-:!tT. I!i t-i ii.ise h'1-:'- lesion t ; :.-.! f r that pnrpo? It. !:!'! .j: a ' .'e ir in. -n. J Ki. Ihm !! -.'? in . b--.y. Ti .y St:.-..r... li. with t;.? .1 . t . Li t . I , !l .T i: 1 u...

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. — 22 January 1862

V i 4 2 mm ! ii i kiii A SURE RL.MEY F-jU A BAD EREATH, SORE MOUTHS, CAIJKEB, DISEASED BLEEDINU OUMS, NURSING SORE MOUTH. Aiic the bed fjCLlfiJ no'v in use "'-;r diseased condition of the -nth. It Fpu ticularfy beneficial U porsc-ms wearing ARTIFCIAL TEETH, er-mplcctly destroy!;!- every taint of the raouth, absorbin- an 1 rcni-jviu- all impuri ties, injuring A SWEET BREATH -to all who mate use cf it. No Yousn La dy oh Yocsvi Gentleman vho is alilicted with a LAD BREATH should delay apppbung this remedy, f ;r it a certain cur?, and is approve J a:: J rcce-ia-mended by every physician under whoac notice it Las Leon hioii.uht. A BAD BREATH- is an ouoncc for which there is no excuse w Lilo OR, VlM. KURD'S MOUTH 7 ASK caa Lo procured Many persons carrv vith the a bad bre,th greatly W the ann-aiico and of ten to the dis-ust ot those with w.oiu luey co.ne .a contact, without bein e-GiiSci..us of the f ict. To relieve yourself from all fears re garding this, use wm. b. nt;r.D-s mouth vvash....

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. — 29 January 1862

V H il A IVi 3 ;1 4y My R. 1 iV 1 . i I BLESSIXGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UP OX THE HIGH ASD THE LOW, THE RICH A'D THE F JJR. NEW SERIES. MY lI'oTJLLil. '. I rvTi.-vi:ljtT A hen a pirl. I -.. U-.-;.-h' the old arm chair. 1 'v. ::. i-1. arenvJ the graceful curl J ! it f.-!l in rhig'et-i from her ! air EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21), 1SG2 VOL . 9 NO. S A:.o th-.'iniht that none was lia'f so fan i. r.iorv'o niirrvr atiil 1 trace .t:-th smilo that lingered there. j their wants; for the unassuming urbani J ty which marked his deportment, and threw a charm around him. inspiring the most timid with confidence at his s?p I preach. His Land was ever opnc to the i . r i. . i. J i.:, . . ever alive to the woes of others. If a iimTortaoe chanced to befall any one, he was welcomed with all the warmth of a parent by the good old ruau, who with tears rolling down his .furrowed deck?, pressed EJwi to bis heart la sn te stacy of delight, and, suddenly...

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. — 29 January 1862

2. Virginia Tr.e Bockigliaui (Va) d-tc growls terril 'v aTCt t.f '. Democrat anb jStntincI. Valuation of Cambria County, for 1862, as returned by the Assessors. Ti v w i i i: t sr.: ni- i ... I I la they volant. vrvd and c.xui v .lr.."-.- j delence of th-:r l!'rivi, XL:-y I azain. BrnieinK-r what I sv. If - . I n j - i I becomes a law, the vo!s:;tee:s v '.. V -a I I S- 2 ' I ' -T. . I f " S -v! i L j 2 z - 2 W ' ' t C r. MIBRAY, Editor. James S. Todd. 1'ublislier. Allegheny Town.diip. lilacklick Cambria Client " Carroll " "rT? Crole S. 31. I'ctteiisrlll Vo. Clearfield mmw mm a m. Boron gh Advertising Agents, ll'J Nassau Street, J Cvnemaugh New York. and 10 State street, Boston, C't-nemaudi arethe authorized Agents for the "D em- Chest Spring or rat c Sejttiski..-' and tae most iniiuen- Carroll to-.vn tial and largest circu ating Newspapers in Ebensburg East ward 11, o United States ant Caua-Ias Ihey " West imnrwrn1 t.- riir.!r:irt for US at OUT I Johnstown Bort'Ugh LOWEST TEHMS. lt ...

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. — 29 January 1862

LLH. s-,YIVVVI I'. A 1 U KOAD SCHEDCI-E. "' LEAVE WESTWARD,0 r.ao, ;:.t. A.M. S,10 J. 15 V.2'2 10,1 2 10, If A .M. c P.M. P. M. 9,10 G,."U 3, 46 (,43 ! 4,08 4,10 4, -24 t i o 10.00 4, 45 4,ol : 5.05 o; IS 5, "25 P.M. (PT F.EQUKST.) For the Democrat and Sentinel. LINES WRITTEN ON THE DEATH OF GALLITZEX EBERLY. Our home. Ob, how lonely and dreary, Since the star of our circle has (led. Our hearts seem broken, wretched and weary, iincc Gulhtzcn our darling is dead, a 1? Y oods rl air ii estor ati vt. oniony a.i ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE preparations for the hair that have been in- Notice is hereby given that letters of ad- troduced as tr.fallablc; none has ever given I ministration cum tesiamento annexs on the c;f,.imn or rrninefl the popularity estate of El'zabeth S. Litzinger. late of Cam U.at P,r V Hair Restorative SSSSgSTtii SSSSS Ilis Restorative has poised the ordeal oi gai(j Ciitate are notified to come forward and innumerable fashionable toilet f nd the lad- settle the same, and a...

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. — 29 January 1862

1 1! i-1 A 11 J .5- U J J uJ Lr. BAD EHEATH, CANKEI?, I nir.srn i.eeedino gums. nursing sore mouth, j A ne the best specif.:: r.ow rn nsj for ci'.y diseased condition of the mouih. It is pai tleulariy bencf.eml tn persons wearing AETIFCIAL TEETH, omplcetly destroying every taint el the iropth, tbscrbing and removing all impuri ties, m.-urir.g A SWEET BEFATH I. r.U who make use of it. -No Yoino La : t ok Yoo'o Gestlexax vho is dieted with a BAD BREATH s.ioul i '!t-.a a;-ppiyi!it : -.1 ' for it recom waOiC & crt or: cur;, an men led by cv.-ry and phy.-vj'.an xi:.dcT notice it ii.is horn l.roaj;lit. a bad ;,:a:ATii- fcf which tl re is uo excuse v.h:i.j l?ft, T. IH FiH S MOUTH WASH can 1 pp-curcd Many pt-r-tons carry wilh the a had bre ith freatly to the annoyance and ofLen to the d'.rcust of thos-j with whom they come in c.iijtACt. without hcir.z consci.ius of the fact. To relieve yourself from all fears re-EurJiu- this, fti: T-n. WM. P. litUL-j MuUTII WASH. Cc:.:.l:uoss of tlio mo...

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 February 1862

HI (iiliilirff iiiiif idiii' 1 1 : ) A 'VrTVtT xf ffl7 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. 1 NEW SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5, 1862 VOL . 9-NO. 9 Irlrrt offrq. PEUKMBER NOW THY CREATOR IN ' THE DAYS OF THY YOUTH. Kemcnjler thy Creator now. When youth and years are bright, Fit evil tliys draw nigh, when thou Shalt find them no delight ; Now, whin the moon and stars above Arc pleasant things to see; Now, when thy days are soft as love, Ao' all jy and glee. The voice of song and mirth must cease, And Music .s daughters die; The hirdrs sweet voice be hushed to peace, And earth's best beauty fly ; Anil Almond buds shall blossom white. Where now thy locks are dark. T dim thy young ryes sapphire light. Or hyacinthinc spark. Or ever then the silver cord Shall loose the golden bowl, nememWr thy Creator Lord With overflowing soul ; For dust to dust insist mingle then. And earth its ear...

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 February 1862

Democrat anb j?nitind. 0 t C. . JIl'KRAT, Editor. James S. Todd, i'ublisiicr. MAY fill .1 S. 31. S'eU?narlll A. Co.. Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Stree'. New York, and iO State street, Bo.-ton, lix-the authorized Agents for the "Dem ocrat Sestiskl," and the most influen tial and tartest cirou sting Newspapers in the Foiled states and" Canada. They r;re empowered to contract for us at our i i.ow : . 3Ir. ?3atlisi ami the Dog Tax. ' J ju t..m1.ii.iuee wuii tue requBi w oar e- teemed neighbor, A. C. Mullin, Esq., we pi:bli.l cn cur first pag., a communication from him, with regard to the dig tax. Want of room prevented us from puldihing it last week. Mr. Mullhi's statement with regard to the passage of the law f.-r levy- lngaiiei collecting tins tax bv the L?g:sl-i- w . t turc last winter, are doubt1. ess correct. T c :r is human, and undor the facts as stated j exercises, save Picket or c imp duty All :.p by hi;.1., we think no censure should bo at- erations either otf-'n-ivo or il-...

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 February 1862

at -4 3 r4 4 1 4 i 4 fi! If :4 "4 4 1 4 14 -1 t U. L:vi: Westward,0 c A.M. P.M.; P.M. v. 15 .F2 t in 3 0,43 lu.0'. b.i.34 1ii.ll r. ai. 3, CU 3,40 4,0s 4.10 4, 24 4.80 4,45 I. 51 5.05 5, la 5. 25 p.m. A.M 0,25 A.M Receipts and Expenditures of Cambria county, from the 22' d January 1881, to January 21'st 1862. j i jjuiu uays mciuaett. Ai:i,- DR. JOllN A. BLAIR TREASURER. To amt., received from Collectors for 1861 and previous years $ 13,356,04 do do do " do do of Poor tax for 1861 and previous years 6,067,231 To a'mt of exonerations allowed Collectors 1,421,66 To do do commissions do do 1,549,S1 do do do Ciunty Tax received from seated lands for 1SC0 and previous years 43,92 To ain't of Poor Tax received from sealed lands fur i860 and previous years 21,08 To ain't received from miscellaneous sources 581.28 do do do do redemption of lands 148,33 do do of Road Tax received from' seated lauds for 1860 and previous years - 4,76 To am't of S.hool Tax received from seated lauds for 1860 an...

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