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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 July 1862

u u 4 mm PROC1.A3IATIOX Or GOTEIl AOR. CLUTIX. IlAitKisBLTio, July 20. Tlie fNIowing proclamation has just lcen issued: ramyh-anii, s s, In the name an.l by tlic authority of tlie Commonwealth of lVnn?ylvani:i, An drew G. Curtin, Governor of the pall Commonwealth. A PKOCLAMATION. To sustain the Government in time? of eommon peril ly sdl Li energies, his means ami hi? life, if need le, is the just duty of every loyal citizen. 'Hie Presi dent of the L'nited States has made a requisition on Pennsylvania fur twenty one new regiments and the regiments al ready in the field mu-t be recruited. Enlistments will be nuide for nine months in the new reginn-nts, and for twelve months in the olL The existence of the present emergency is well under stood. No patriot will pause now to in vestigate its causes. We must look to the future. Even thing th:it is dear to u is at stake. Under the circumstances I appeal with confidence to the freemen cf l'liinsylva.nia. You have to save your houses and you...

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 August 1862

iU lil 1 1 frar I X li! THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEIVS OF HEAVES. SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE. UPON THE HIGH ASD THE UW. THE RICH ASD THE POOR. Mm A 4-L III li! I lit 151 II i! VW SERIES. fkKMOCRAT & SEXTIXEL" ' 'is published every "Wednespay . i-w llni.i.AR avi Fifty fevrs " navable in advance : One Doi. vn -eventy Fivk Cents, if not paid Sevestt Five Cents, if not paid .t j six months ; and Two Dollar if "mid until l''e termination f the year. Vo sutsription will be received for a 'ter pen than si months, and no Writer at- liberty 10 discontinue ","tarr until all arrearages are paid, ex - tie Ttion f tue edit01"- Any Pr ? -.wnbins for six months wil'be char- j Onk Dollar, unless the money raid in advance. Advertising Rates. One insert'n. Tiro do. Three do 12 lines $ 50 $ 75 $1,00 -.ires. 24 lines J 1 00 1 00 2 00 Xks, 36 lines 1 50 2 00 3 00 1 3 months. 6 do. 12 do -.-r!ess, $1 50 $3 00 $5 00 . V 12 lines) 2 50 4 50 9 00 i-rts 24 lines 4 00 7 00 12 00 , ar.3G line...

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 August 1862

2. or, rather shall I seek to join the broken par's, in the spirit of true reverence, for what it once was, with the skill and force necessary to restore lis symmetry anJ strength for future use ami hlessoiness ? If this Constitution, as I believe it to be, is the only power by which we caa be governed, an by which the rights ani liberties of the people can be perpetuateJ, then should the process of its restoration not be that which violates it still more. I will allow the largest possible latitude for the exercise of its power where there is a necessity, and, as I said be fore, the military power, which is authori zed, may, when an undoubted necessity ex ists, suspend the writ of habeas corpus. But, so help nie God ! never will I give up that without which there can be no such thing as an American citizen and American liberty, without the right of trial by jury and "due process of law." Great ap plause Gentlemen, I have detained you too long I have only uttered thoughts and spoken ...

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 August 1862

j s SHERIFF'S SALES. L y VIRTUE of sundry writs of Veditio II si ETpua3 anf Leva" Facias, issued f Tr ,f the Court of Common Pleas of -v-j Couaty, anu 10 me airecieu, there ""igjpjsed10 public sale at the Court tie m day 01 septemoer at one I irW L?;if.man' .JuDaS YTer ding thereto attached and a log I ,vvUmlulus aciua more or less, 85 acres of which are cleared, having thereon erected a frame dwelling house, two lo barns, a log spring house and a plank shop now m the occupancy of the said George Gates. 0 No. 2, A piece or parcel of land situate in the township and County aforesaid, ad joining lands of Edenboi Ollch Smith gin) j others, containing 14G acres more or less, aNjiit 20 acres of which are cleared, having xk P- " l"e ouo ing lieai estate to .t-pr-ht. title and interest of David V-Vsn o::e of the defendants, of. in and j thereon erected a log dwelling house known .--eiullotfitig described property to wit , 1. A certain half lot of ground situ ' a ti'e Borough of Ebensburg, ...

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 August 1862

-J The following preamble and ad vertisement of LAUKEL SWAM1' INN, by IL M. S. Jackson, M. D., tl.e original proprietor, will be read with amusement : especially by tlio.-e who were :i-quaiuted with the Doctor and could jtppivcuite his fine accomplishments ami original humor. This Inn wa- one of the iht buildings erected in the vicinity of C'resson. and was fitted up and opened to reevive the Public in 1853. Tlits same building: now forms the Turnpike front of what Ls called the "Lower House," "TIIEXKW IXX." Hare lien Johnston mice delighted appreciating" audiences with the wit. the learning, the genuine pin-try of a play bearing the above captivating title : in our degenerate days the legitimate Drama ha. fallen into disrepute ; yet although Hie New Inn' never more graces the boards of national and capital theatre, the scholar, the man of taste, always peru kes the play with fit-lings of refined pleas ure. liut it is of another creation of mingled Romance and reality that we must n...

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 August 1862

Ui. W1 1111 Ill B BLESSIX0S OP OOVER.V.ME.ST. LIKE THE DEM OF HEAVES, SHJULD II E DISTMB'JfED ALIKE. VPOS THE UWH ASO THE LOW. THE RICH ASH THE tOO. NEW SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 13, 1SG2. VOL . 9 NO. iin . 1 I in ' IS d SEXTIXEL" every ednespay Morning, at One Dollar and Fifty Ce:;ts t er annum, payable m aavancc ; uxe iJoi. La asu Sevksty Five Cents, if not paid within six months ; and Two Dollar if t paivl until the termination of the year. ,'c subscription will be received for a shorter period than si months, and no subscriber will be at liberty to discontinue Lb paper until all arrearages are paid, ex cept at the option of the editor. Any per son subscribing for six months wil be char ge. One Dollar, unless the money ii paid in advance. Advertising Rates. One insert'n. Two do. Three do 1 square, 12 lines $ 60 $ 75 $1,00 2 squares, f24 lines) 1 00 1 00 2 00 8sauares.r36 linesl 1 60 2 00- 3 00 3 months. 6 do. 12 s lines or less, $1 50 $3 00 $5 do 00 00 00 00 00 H 1 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. — 13 August 1862

JltKOttat anb j?tntintl. mmx mm i iasi. h. i i -'m'm " 1 Ucniocrntlc XunilnutioiM Auditor General, ISAAC LKSKKK, of Union County. Surccior General. JAMES P. UAllk, of Allegheny County Flute Senate i;. L. J IINSTOX, of Fbcn1)nr?. Suj. t t the ileeision of the Senatorial Cot fert nee. Assembly. V. L. lEHilllNG. of Johnstown. I'rotlionotarr). JUSi Til IFDONALD, uf ELenburg. District Attorney, 1'HIL. S. NOON", of EU-nsl'urs. Corona', JAMES SHANNON, of Johnstown. Commissioner, KHN CAMI'DELL, of Coceniaugh Bro. Auditor. linr.EUT LITZlXGLIi, of D'.acklick. '(.-r Honsr Director, IttVIX KUTLEDGE, of Johnstown. Tlie l.licrty of Hie Iress. "The :re;tct glory f a free horn people. Io to transmit that free Jem to their chil- The liberty of the press, and the free dom of speech, the two great prerogatives of the Constitution and the legitimate re quisites which constitute the basis of self- government, to-day, appear, cither not to be properly appreciated, or else not rightly understood, neither ...

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 August 1862

hifPS SALES. f sundry writs of Veditic .J Levari Facias, issued urt ef Common Pleas of v.J to uie directed, there public sale at the Court rn.-h -'t Ebensburg, on jiv if September at one . t"j:loing Keal Estate to tie an J interest of David the Jtfcndants, uf. iu and '-' iilcd property to wit: ' hilf lot of ground situ. e Vf Elensburc", Cambria ..." "f-rtv (JO) feet en High ".' ' - ' tack -o4 feet to Sam . .' E. Shoemaker ou the v : ether property of the ' -rx. s t n the other side, 3 , rvt-d a two story frame ,'": ( building attached ... : w iu the occupancy of half lot of ground g - uj'i .'. County aforesaid, . .. "J' ) le-t on High street -; n - i tVet to Sample street . ..-v !' the said David J. f '. 1 a li' -iing Mrs. Mc . .. e , ;v!ng thereon erected - :- house and a small . , ;c uccupancy of John . piece or parcel of i . ...ria mar-ship and Coun ...nj Lt of Joseph M'Dun T. J-1 'avis on the south, : c i ',-t and other property .!. Evris on the north, v-.-i a half acres all cle...

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 August 1862

u 1 "We need not answer fur you these in- j quines. W c know what mit be the re sponse of every mind not demented ly Aliolitionisni. Have we not shown, then, the policy of i Abolitionism, if earned out, is to the over- j throw of our Constitution and I'mon I That Abolitionists are the enemies of the Kepublic? lielieving we have dune so, it remains to inquire : What is the relief fbr us in this our hour of gloom for our be loved country.' We answer: Ilemove the ' causes; remove Almlitionism and Secess ionisni. Put down the former at the bal- i lot-box: put down the latter (backed by 1 arms,) by force of anus. In the execu tion of the latter, insist that the Govern ment shall stand by its plighted faith to conduct the war to uphold the Consti tution and the l'liion, and not, as Aboli tionism wouM have it, to make disunion complete, and to overthrow the Con-tit u tion! As I'enn-ylvanians, you have probably a greater sLikc in the preserva tion nf the I "nion than the. H'ople of anv othe...

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 August 1862

ill $ i r,E Bj.ESs,,VGS of G0.TOg,vr, like t,IE DE,y, or eaves, BE DisTitiirjrED alcE. upos tup. man asd tub um: the men asd the roon. EW SERIES. Gardner &. Hemming' GREAT AM Elf I CAN CIRCUS. rU5F. 'arvest ami most complete equipped 11 IKS I HI AX ESTA B HISI i M KM ;:-urk! ; comprising a Letter Coliectioo oitiiiulv trained UORSLS AND PONIES, a hr-er number of PERFORMERS iiLV com pan y extent. Will exhibit at t B E X S B U R G . On. Thursday. August, 21. 1862. ArTKRXOON AND NIGHT, i . r, open t two and seven o'clock. Per :rjr.':f!t t-i comtm nee half an hour later, tdinlvtio" - - - - . CenfN. T c M.uuier.- take pleasure in announcing public that they .ire able to cater for ;.-.r imiinrnt, this veasoii of ti2, m a LSI superior manner. iii6 wagons ,te been newly panned ami oeeoratetl ; .thiraois is entirely new ; the wa-drb iti.? niot costly '.escripti- n, niauuf.ic .Zi the deigns imported from Paris during t past winter. TUE 15 AND WAGON i triumph of art, manufactured by the a! ...

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 August 1862

La Ihmocrat nni jJtntinrl. dirty means used to CI1 our Legislature with pliant automaton?, that they may, the more easily, consummate their nefari ous designs ujwn the pnblic treasury or i the bulwarks of our freedom, therefore it beeomcs th? momentous dutv of the Dc- 3-Auilrew, who was imprisoned in j o'clock I M., and found the action ra Iiullalofor counterfeiting Avkk's PiU-s, "ruri.0,'s,-v- . . i ne lmanirv lire was juci-ssiiii. ium J. S. Teu, i:Iilir &. IMiLlIslicr. WEDNESDAY M5ISI SO. 12 Democratic !Youiinalioii9 A'fU'rr General. ISAAC SLLNKK11. of Union County. Surveyor General. JAMES T. LSAltli, of Allegheny County. State Senate P.. L. JCIINSTON". of EbenaUir. f3uljcct to the decision of the Sator:al Coi.fcrtiico. J C. L. lEaSHING. of Jchnstowr.. Joliuttown lost Oflice. We have, during the last year, time and acrain" received com 1 Quints from ouite a I l.-s now lecn indicted in Toronto, with I c i " ' ! cprpn'. number of our subscribers, living in 'the on j G. C. Driggs...

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 August 1862

U I . mm ma ft ft I D ... .I'lT ..f inndrv rrit, f a,1it?n Brwiiit- - . ri Kxp ua-i and Levari Facias, issued k- Gjuuty. an' to me ciieccecl, there vtiw-' l'' public sale at the Court tbe rWougu oi fc.Oensnurg. on 1-t day of September at one J., tbe fjiiuviag lieal Estate joui-rs, chaining 14G acres more or less, ' ;,ei t:-ie onJ. 'n'erest of David , avout 20 acres of which are cleared, bavin" o: e vi the defendants, of. in and ; thereon erected a log dwelling house known e; ...j.vjiii; th.-sciiiH.-d property to wit: as t!ie Lind-ey projurty. A cc- tain half lot of ground bitu- N;. 3. A piece or parcel of land Fitufte !..r u-'!i "f Ebensbury, Cambria j in the township and Countv sforwii ' .K fi n:nu forty (40) fet on High join ng lands of Ssmml Horner. James St j Cla:r and others, containing 100 acres more J or less, about 30 acres of which are cleared, j having thereon erected five dwelling houses j and a log stable. j No. 4. A piece or parcel of land situntein I the township aud C...

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 August 1862

4 PIay-SoIdIer. Our friend T. B. Thorp, in a letter from New Orlean?, encloses to U9 the fol lowing amusing satire on play-soldiers n, printed morceau which he picked up while walking in the streets of that city : CONSTITUTION OF THE SEA-COAST GUARDS, AIX5FTED MAT 10, 1801. MOTTO: " Prompt on duty." Article 1. This company shall bear thj name of the Sa-Coast Guards. Art. 2. The number of th-3 Sea-Coast Guard shall bo from ten to five hundred, or more. Art. 3. The entire company shall con git of officers, each member being enti tled to select his own olfiee. Art 4. This company shall repudiate all military rules and usages. Every member shall arm himself in his own way for active service, and hold himself in readiness to do as he pleases at an hour's notice from the commander. Art. 5. The Sea-Coast Guards shall be commanded bv each member in rota tion, but it is left entirely at the option of the members to obey the orders uf the ac ting commander or not, as they may please. Art. 6. ...

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 August 1862

IB fill ft f T ll T It'll u k &Yt f 1 1t i NEW SERIES. EMOCRAT A SEXTIXEL" i, published every Wednespay at One Hollar asd Fifty Cunts t-an:iU'ii. payable in advance; One Dol- ... Sr-i-i.-v- rT Pirv Pl'VTc if -vf V.ni.l . ,g A-- t V- . HUIl pilJU w rix I:i'Jlit!. ; aUil 1WO iJOLLAR it a t i r-- un'' l''e termination of the year. Co s.ulw'i:;tin will be received for a sV:ttr j eri' i than si months, and no tulsaiWr wiiL Its at liberty to discontinue IA-tm'1 until alj arrearages are paid, ex-c-pf.it the option of the editor. Any per ion s-i'-o-ibiiig fr months wil be char gjij (. Dollar, unless the money j, piiJ in a-lvanee. Advertising Rates. One in.ierCn. Tiro do. Three do I .v.e, 12 lines I $ 50 $ 75 $1,00 2-su.ires,f24 hr.esj 1 00 1 00 2 00 Sc ares,, 3 G lines 1 50 2 00 3 00 S months. G do. 12 do . '.sur less, $1 50 iu.u-e, f 12 lines I 2 50 ie-luares, 24 lines 4 00 fftuarrs, 30 lines j 6 00 Li": a column, 10 00 t; r lur.in, 15 00 4 3 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 $5 00 9 00 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. — 27 August 1862

r - i- -v. J. S. TODD, Editor & Publlsber. WEflffESDAY AIGUST l 1882 Democratic dominations A uditor General, ISAAC SLENKE1., of Union County. Surveyor General. JAMES T. I5AKK, of Allegheny County. 5-1 i v CT i Capitol, the foul abominations of Aboli- gtmotrat nub StxAml . t.J,snij wliich have mt Jesolatlon from hearthstone to fireside and furrowed with ; sorrow tlie checks of countless parents. ! Thus these hyjiocritieal and ill advised i solons came hack, not with their former ' avowed measures of conciliation and peace, but with fire aiul swonl, bending the Con , stitution to the shrine of the negro, and discussing doctrines the most utopion, liave created heresies against freedom j which are gaining new proselytes in the j Northern .States, ami which if not stopped j will soon number the days of American liberty. If the rulers of the nation do ! not hurl from their councils these wicked 1 propagators of unconstitutional doctrines, and steer bv the landnnirks set up. bv our 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. — 27 August 1862

9 foreign Intelligence. 'v striking truth in the following iwTlcndvo Times, is its assertion that irterventioo in our affairs would Se theeect of hurrying up Northern rj tjje're is one objection to any inter- !. bv way of recognition, interven ' nation, which we have reserved v."'t" because it is incomparably the : ;tTpArtant of all. The last few mails i-erica have brought us intelligence -ve some hope that the end of the t is approaching. The war seems .-him out for want of materials to -j " I: has already swallowed up "i.-vs to be found in every large who, pressed by want and im- rf regular labor oner the readiest -ilfir the recruiting officer. C '0,000 men now called for by the t must be furnished, if furnished at r t':) "? hiborer? who produce the iL-I. indr-Hl. supply the subsistence 'uatrv. The abuse of credit may -ate the resources of a country, but -t-.uive-111 8 labor; anil if that -, s..iiety itself is dissolved, A . - .. J'-.-'t is ti.in'j nn at tlii mnmpnf the "eminent o...

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. — 27 August 1862

4 PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD SCHEDrLE. LEAVE WESTWARD, 2 fTATIONS. 5: k r- - 1 a.m. jr. M.:r.M.; Altooua, Kittanning, Gallitzin, Cresson, Lilly's Portage, Wilniore, Suminerhi!!, Mineral Point, Conemaugh, S.10 7,0); 7, 15' 7.35 7,42 7, 51 8,01 "5 f 111 "". l fl.15 ; 8,50 tS.ol f8,50 1 1 0.13 t'j,S 8, or ! 8,11 A.M S,31 if,3S 0,43 8,43 . 9,44 y.49 8.43 C, A.M.; P. SI. ! P.M. ' A go 32 M LEAVE EASTWARD, 6TATIUNS. P. M. A.M. A. M. ! P-M. Johnstown, Conemaugh. Mineral Point. Summerhill. Wilmore, Portige, Lilly's, (Bresson , Gallitzin, Kittanning, Altoona, 0,48 i 11,24 5,52 7.20 0,53 11,28; 5,50 7, 2'J fC05 P.M. FC.14 7,20 11,55 0,23 ! F6.S0 j FC,40 j c 6,50 I C.57 j K7.42 7.50 12,17 12,25 8.20 ; 12,55 7,30 ; 4 P .M. i A.M. A. 31. I "Train? will stop at stations marked " F," only when signal is given. EBENSBURG & CRESSON RAIL ROAD Train Xo. 1. "Westward. I Eastward. A. M. A. M. 0,30 Cresson, S.55 0.05 Minister, 0 20 5,50 Kayler's, 9,35 5,30 Kbeniburgli, 9.55 Train No. 2. l M. P. M. 7.25 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. — 3 September 1862

UL m0 III Ml E "LESSIXGS r OOTBRSIUST. LIKE THE 1E,VS OF JUMMty. SfCMH.0 BE JrJlU70 ALIUS. VFOS THE HIGH AXD THE LOA THE KWU A.SD THE fuis. tC7 A A. A EW SERIES. ra0d Mass Meeting at Phlla- aeipuia. --aant to a published call, the Na- t n.,m.K-rfirv assembled in mass imv. ji 1.-. - r. in In Jeiei deuce Square, in tlie city pjjladelphia, on the zoa nit , tor the rcS of exchanging free sentiment and maintenance of the National Consti )tlto devotion to the American , jk t0 prostitute the country to the i.l'wiar .speeches were made: SlZCll OF HON. K. AV. HUGHES. J..;r Countrymen Your Committee triKwnent have charged me with mor-iMe duty of moving for the or- -a of this meeting. In view of , SKmlled thousands of freemen, jf die liigh patriotic purposes for s have met together, I regard .i.:v as a most proud distinction. In vrH.illour fathers met to break the f oppression, and declare the colo- x. Near the close of the war of the .Liu. they undertook to b:tse a -!ii:d" union of these Slat...

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. — 3 September 1862

"As to the ixlicv I seem to be pursu- ! sectional rivalry that would be likely to ' T , . . . , i grow ud and sive i-refercnce to great com-. ing, as you say I have not meant to hae fJ Jd dUtriljatiugg points at anv one in doubt. 1 would save tne ; , f , . i Union; I would pave it in the shortest .m rivarv'in markets tor our mauu y i - r f . .... 1 - . way under tne constitution, orvii -xy- . lactures and products ot the mines ana our plause. The sooner the national authori- j ti, our exposure to border warfare, the cost ty can be restored the nearer the Union i of maintenance of lai g-j staudin g arniits. will be the Union as it" was." j tLe weight of public idebtedness would con i sLitute causes of irritation and further dis ; cords that are too fearful to contemplate, ! and which therefore necessarily direct our minds and energies to the preservation of i the Unioo as tue only possible event to which the people of these Slates, can or should ljok. 6. That whatever laws exist shou...

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. — 3 September 1862

31 up. 'JC-. r ' te ll St 4 ?utf Jr Patton ! .Pjon n-13 "o"" r rt Knndarrns to our nies t V-ied soldiers. We, therefore, appeal jj,e patriotic iaaies oi tms piace, k -e torward to t!ie aid and support of brive men. who have been wounded i fence of their country, with these jarr articles. The supplies of lint . .u-x, t are nearly exhausted, and the j x.-rji soldier will have to depend on : i .j- jitv of the ladies, who can be of ai assistance to our amiyj at the pre- ! fine by furnishing; the means to dress i-'RS of them who have been wounded I :..j;ncc of our rights and our homes. o ntr'iUUti' ms will be received at I'io:-vii":cc in this place. 'kh' 1'ai'Ki:. We have received i numlT of a new Democratic vr. il'd tUL' Monitor, published in j, u ;.;, l..:. -i'iuity. Mr. Albert Owens, ; rtlii.T talented writer, and his salu--, rv Ih.-it? evidence tliat he will make it y.-.o a- exponent of Democratic princi- . It should le patronized by every ; 2ixr.it in Huntingdon county. I tjr M;ij r...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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