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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 3 August 1854

ill n THE BLESSING3 OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE TH.3 DSW3 OF HEAV2N, SHOULD 3E DISritfSUrED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RIH AND THE POOH. NEW SERIES. EBEIYSBU11G, AUGUST 3, 1851. VOL. 1. JXO. 45. I a TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, i publish ed every Thursday morning, iu Ebcnsburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rate, via: 1 square 3 insertions, Every subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months, " " " 1 year, J col'n 1 year, j Buinw Cards with one copy of the TJhwocrat Sentinel, Ter vear. II 3 5 8 18 00 25 00 00 00 00 SO 00 5 00 Irlrrf ortrij. For the "Lftvivtrat and Sentinel." THE IITTLE NEGRO-BOY. V. here s" the millions that have come and gone From earth f-o vast eternity's long year, Breathing a little hour of restless life Then voyaging upon a common bier Man's last plain vehiclo from time aud strife 1 And what is said of all that endless thronr. What of their liv...

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 August 1854

JU 5 un.i' ;Av a1 iJ 1,4 5 j." V. ) . 1 ' 1 . i -1 SicnARD wuith:: "ITEXRT C. DEVINK WHITE ft DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors. CHAKLE3 WIMXEE, Printer. EB2K3BURG. THURSDAY MORNING: ::::::AUrST 3 FOR GOVERNOR, WiLUAMJIGLER. FOR SUPREME JUDGE. JEREM!AHS! BLACK. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. IV P B?nTT 0. IVlUI I i FOIt ASSEMBLY. WILLIAM. A. SMITH. FOB PROTIIOXOTARV. GEORGE C. K ZAKH. FOR REGISTER RFCOKDKR. JAMES J. WILL. FOR COMMISSION Kit. NICHOLAS KAGLE. FOR AUDITOR. MICHAEL D. WAGONER. for rooR nousE directors. William Ott. Michael Maguire. Anthony Lambaugh. GOV. BIGLER AND TEMPEEANCE. A stupendous effort is now on foot to defeat the re-election of our present unexceptionable Exe cutive and without the employment of those fair and ordinarv mains which ought to be used in every political canvass conducted honorably Trick, fraud and humbug are the weapons now in nse by our opponents, and among the most unfair of all is the attempt to fasten upon the Governor the character of an anti-teinpc...

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 August 1854

LOCAL C 0 L U M N. OUR PAPEB. We have Lerctoforo omitted to notice the new drees of our paper, which we have procured at ouiisidorallo expens e, and hope it will be regarded by our patrons as an evidence of our desire to im prove its appearance and inaka it acceptable to tbem, at the same time we shall spare no pains to render its columns more useful and entertaining and worthy of their continued patronage. We have also procured a large and varied bup ply of new JOB TYPE, which will enable us to Aocomodatu our customers with all sorts of Bills, Posters, Cards. &c. &c, done up in the most ap- f roved and fancy style. As we have two new ron Washington Tresses, we will lie prepared to xecute our Job Work in the must expeditious manner, and upon the shortest notice. The general superintendence of our office is under the care of Mr. Ciiaui.es Wimmer, an ex perienced workman, who speaks loth the English and German languages fluently, and will at all times le ready, to accomodate 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. — 3 August 1854

Itifecrllanroms. Vuke .Fascination A Recent Instance in Missouri. VTe have occasionally read accounts of per HD9 having been fascinated or spell-bouud by makes, but never knew of an instance occur ring in our vicinity until a day or two since, and one that we know to be a fact. A man y the name of O'Alary had a small child, a little girl about thirteen years of age, who amc to her death through the influence of a snake, one day last week, under the following circumstances. O'Mary resides on Copperas Creek, in Frauklin county, and but a short distance from the Pacific Railroad depot. Pome nine months ago. early last fall, hi family noticed the little girl to be pining away, and becoming very weak and pale, although he had been very fleshy and hearty, aud ap parently without any cause or couiplaiut of sickness. By the time winter had fairly set in she was wasted away to a more skeleton, but as soon a3 the weather became cold fcho again seemed to revive. She never complained of beinsf ...

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. — 10 August 1854

1aY",tw THE BLESSINGS OF GOVES.N'ilEJIT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES', SHOULD BE DISTF-LBTJIED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE HICH AND THE FOCR. NEW SERIES. EBEjXSBUUG, AUGUST 10, 1854. roL. i. iso. lo. ' .T1H1M8: ' THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Timrshiy morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa:, at $1 50 per annum, if paid in advaxce. if not $-2 will be charge. ADVEUTISK1IENTS will be conspicuously in serted at ttie following rates, viz 1 square 3 insertions, Every subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months, c " " 1 rear, , $1 00 25 3 00 5 00 8 00 18 OO CO 00 5 00 coi'n i " 1 year, Business Cv4s with one c; pv of the Uf.V ! t ,1 rvFL. oer '-eu. 'drrt .orfnj. THE EVENING SKIES. i?, .dacha 2?. IT" . P.'ft skies! amid yor.r hulls to-night, How brighd 'ams ---v-h starry sphere! Buaat'i your Softly meil.e.ved lhrht Tiw I ive. Host scene; crow livelier; IT.-v high, great t!,e glorious Power Th-.t :M'b l.iOso sil .-cry dew rlp-ps fall ; Tv t t'-v'i : wi'h i 1 !; i ti t- 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. — 10 August 1854

ricuaiid whits:: ::::::irEXBT c. dkvinb WHITE & LEVTNE, Editors and Proprietor!. CHA2LE3 WIMKER, Printer. EBENSBTJRG. THURSDAY MORNING::::::::::.::AUGUST 10. FOR GOVERNOR, WlLLIAMB!8LEfL FOR SUPREME JUDGE. JEREMIAH BLACK. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. HENRY S. MOTT. FOH ASSEMBLY. WILLIAM. A. SMITH. KOU PROTHOXOTAItV. GEORGE C. K ZAHM. FOlt P.EOISTER A RECORDUP.. JAKES J. WILL. FOIl COMMISSIONER. NICHOLAS NAGLE. FOR AUDITOR. MICHAEL D. WAGONER. FOR POOR HOUSE DIRECTORS. William Orr. Michael Maguire. Anthony Lambaugh. The Second Address. The Democratic State Central Committee li.ivo issued their second address to the people of the state. The Document is sound to the core. It takes up in review, the important official acts of Governor Bigler's administration, and candidly submits them to popular judgment. It does not claim infallibility for the Governor or his doings, but in prc-sonting the facts as they have occurred in the political progress of the times, leaves the deductions to be dr...

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. — 10 August 1854

I, 1 1 3 3 V AT HOME AND ABROAD, Wm CToberlierti-r known a -"Jute f York" die! in Harrisburir. on Wednesdry 2nd insu grj-We -will lay ln-fore our read-.-ria. next week licscaii addrisit of lite Denujcrauic Slate Con tra! Committee. T"?-Hoia Aurasrus I rum Li? Feceive-J a re-n rainati. ai to GngrsK. from the ddritri c.c:;;ord rf Westmoreland, ia-iisaxa ani Axmstronj:- W-TL Ixoocraric State CretrJ GcEiulta is t at tiit MercLaw',; wul, in 1U1J phia. till lait A I-T , . . . . .r .1 - . r- r-r -r - ij-- uu iaie jr..jur;y u: cans, i utxxatseo. t.i tas.e place ua tut btii uuS. instead of the 2inh its ad vtrtisiAl in our paper of List week. nT-Cosnti'jni-r.. Mr. J..Ln Harsh iierrer. of Xtichland Tcwiiriip wus c jrrTL.itteJ to tsir C.'iUj ty Ja3 on laai Saturday f.e Lrtaikliis irtj the store of Mr. "VVm. JV.isLter. of Scs Lvd. E.OEEEET.- -rra."" Hoyd Ik 2., out -;.f iht r of Jack & G:. wis ml-bed at Ahiia vtscurJiT of uae hundred and ffry djrs. C?IIo3c. Lxsry Bon., Sjeaksr of tiie IIv.uk...

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. — 10 August 1854

.;') S ; i I. ; r . f ! it ' 't.; " ' V5 H :Jfii5ffilnnroi!3 . A Vicious Slieep. Mae. who loves a good tiling as v. ill as a nybuJv got out the following last week, vouching- tliT.fr it was true, according to the "15ob tail'' limitation that is, "us far as he knew." Out West n s ttloment v as sorely annoyed by a rogue who stole sheep frequently, out who Warfr.Vituoss always nu'.uagl tf. escape direct uroof of his guil Cases innumerable, id- rhs.' sh.lleS b the legal standard of proof, were r'.irrcuiiy recited against lir.n. Nobody', however, could furnish the evidiee which could ft op up the. Rogue's Gap of Hia KonnMe doubt. Pettibone was tJo wide a wahc for that. At kngth, one ir imday morning, aneigbor, on some sadden cmorgcioy was passing across that eom.try porhops for a doctor through a. tarn -d out field but little fnpn r.ted. where h small ii. .'; of .d.jep were a:cu.-i mi .1 t g.-ae-. ih.ee he saw i'- 'ilbone in !mi purstrt of a fat ore, and too enthusla-tic in the pur 6uitt...

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. — 17 August 1854

I ?! 1 . THE BLESSINGS OE GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DE WS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH AXD THE TOOK. Jit v . m u m it) a , . a: a !!!' ' i : .I ? if.! jVEW series. EBEjVSBURG, AUGUST 17, 1854. VOL. 1. NO. 47. T B R M 8 : TIIE DEMOGiiAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Thurlay morning, in Kbensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 er annum, ik taid ix advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz: 1 Bquare 3 insertions, Every subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months, . " 1 year, , 1 col'u 1 year, 2 business Cards with one copy of the Dkmocrat fc Sentinel, per year, $1 oo 3 5 8 18 SO 00 00 00 00 00 5 00 ADDRESS of the State Central Committee. No. 2. To tlm I'eojie of Pennsylvania : Fellow-Citizens : We shall now ask your attention to tlie character, claims, and qualifi cations of the democratic nominees, and the measures and merits of the state administra tion, leaving the mere abstr...

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. — 17 August 1854

1 ftic&i&D wihtb::: IHKKRT 0. DEVI KB WHITS DJEVIHE, Editors and Proprietors. CHABLZ8 WIMMES, Printer. EBENSBURG. 9 THURSDAY MORNING:::::::::::::AUGUST 17 FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAMJIGLER. FOR SUPREME JUDGE. JEREMIAH S, BLACK. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. HENRY S. MOTT. FOB ASSKMBLV. WILLIAM. A. SMITH. rOBj PROTHOSOTAHV. GEORGE C. X. ZAHM. TOR REGISTER Si RECORDER. JAMES J. WILL. FOR COMMISSIONER. ' NICHOLAS NAGLE. FOR AlIiITOK. MICHAEL D. WAGONER. FOR POOR HOUSE DIRECTORS. William Orr. Michael Magmre. Anthony Lambaugh. GHEELY AND THE WHIGS. The editor of the New York Tribune still insists upon the fact that the whig party is no where, notwithstanding the attempts of newspaper and factious office seekers to establish a contrary be lief. The present grcat4dol of whiggery liefore which they are falling, called "Know Nothings," the said distinguished editor persists is a renegade ephemeral and will at most only serve as a hobby on which base aspirant's may ride into office. We must give ...

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. — 17 August 1854

n AT HOME AND ABROAD. (jtj-Flour U selling in this place at eleven dol iars per barrel. JPA New Democratic paper is to be started inBTOOkville. Jefferson Co., Ta. Wliat's wrong. Ephraim? -Thb Bedford Enquirer and Bedford Chronicle bare been united, and will hereafter I e conduct ed under the title of the "Enquirer and Chro- licle." WNkw Arrival of Goods. Our young friend J$tn Rodgers has received and just opening in connection with his Book store a large assortment T Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Arc, &c. ttvDEATH of Richard Tenn Smith. We regret to learn theleath of this gentleman which took place at bis residence in Philadelphia Co. on Saturday lasL He was in the fifty sixth year of hi age,' and was a man of fine abilities. He had fTlccided taste for literature, in which he won an enviable name, and by his numerous Poetical, Dramatic and Literary contributions was exten ively known throughout the country. )0-Cosfeuree Meetixo. The Whigs of this Congressional District will me...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 August 1854

ILI Sr in. m 1 ' 1 ! LOVED AND LOST. By 3fas It. Fisher. It was lu the years that liave vaui shed And many a year ago That I wandered down in the meadow, Where the blood-red strawberries grow. But down in the valley meadow, I wandered not all alone, For a maiden's graceful shadow Fell soft beside my own. Whie as the flagrant hawthorn, That blossomed along our way, Under its golden ringlets, Her blue-veined forehead lay. And blue as the skies of summer, - The hue of her azu e eye ; And her voice like the musical murmur Of the south wind drifting by. The sunbeams slant and golden, Played hide and seek :n the trees ; And over our heads went roving . Bright butterflies and lees. And till the little brooklets Sang songs in a merry tune ; For it whs in the pleasant summer And thu pleasant month of June. O'er the sea of verdure, Wherever our feet might pass, We watched the ebbing an 1 Mowing Of the tide of the meadow grass. Till, hastening adowu the valley, Flet as the mountain roe, She cr...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 August 1854

if 5v 3V c m phi THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. , NEW SERIES. EBENSBURG, AUGUST 24, 1854. VOL. 1. NO. 18 TMM TBRM8: THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Thursday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., l'a;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid in advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, vi : 1 square 3 insertions, $1 00 Every subsequent insertion, 25 1 square 3 months, 8 00 i " . 6 " 9 00 " " . 1 year, 12 00 . "col'n 1 year, 25 00 1 " " " SO 00 Business Cards with one copy of the Democrat & Sentinel, per year, 5 00 ADDRESS of the State Central Committee. No. 3. To the People of Pennsylvania: Fellow-Citizens : The wanner of organ icing the territories of Nebraska and Kansas, you will agree with us, is not necessarily an issue in this contest it is not a subject con nected with the duties of a State Executive. It is ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 August 1854

1U "(! f 1 9- .if ;' P )1' if; ui 'f 4 If V ! .' 1. kicitaud whits:: :IIKX11Y C. DEVIXK WHITE & DEVINE, Editor and Proprietors. CHARLES WIMBLES, Printer. EBENSBURG. THURSDAY MORNING::::: : AUGUST 24. FOR GOVERNOR, WiLLIAMJlSLER. FOR SUPREME JUDGE. JEREMIAH S. BLAGK, FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. HENRY S. MQTT. FOR AHSKMBI.T. WILLIAM. A. SMITH. KOR FUOTHOXOTAliY. GE0E.GE C. K ZAIIM. FOR REGISTER RKCORDEH. JAMES J. WELL. FOR COMMISSIONER. NICHOLAS NAGLE. FOR AUDITOR. MICHAEL D. WAGONER. FOR POOR HOUSE DIECTOB. William Orr. Michael Magnire. Anthony Laaibaugh. The Old Line Whigs. 'The "Old Lino Whigs" of Philadelphia have recently held a meeting at whtoh reso lutions were passed-expressing a Jetermina- tion to cut themselves loose from those dis graceful conspirators, the "Know-Nothings," It is said that a thorough organization 13 now being made in every county of the Common wealth by the "Old Line Whigs" that a State Convention will eoon be called by them to take tctjon in "this present ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 August 1854

. i it ' ;l 1.1 AT HOME AND ABROAD. TOO LATE. We have received several communications on the subject of the common school system, w hich came too late fur insertion in this weeks issue. They will appear next week. JAMK8 J. WILL. Thi gentleman who at present is a candidate for Register an 1 Recorder upon our county ticket, we aresorry to learn has lieen confined to his hod for some days past hy a se vere bilious attack, hut we trust lie may soon recover, as at last accounts lie was much better. NEW ADVERTISE UKXTS. 7. Arfor-1 & G. have purchased the Tin shop lx-longing to Gen. ll.irncaine. Public Sale by John Gillan. New Establishment by Mark Edwards. The "Dennxrat and Sentinel" having the larg est circulation in tho count-, shotdd be an induec inent to all business men to advertise through its columns. THE COI'KT. Tlie Court will commence on tho first Monday of Soptcmlier, at which time it is expected a large concourse cf people will be in attendance The list J look of the "Demo...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 August 1854

YANKEE DOODLE. In the summer of 1755, the British army under binmand of AWrcrombie, lay encamped on the east bank of the Hudson River, a little south of he city of Albany ,a waiting reinforcements of mi litia from the eastern States, previous to march ing upon Tkonderoga. During the month of June, these raw levies poured into camp, compa ny after company each man differently armed, equipped and accoutred from his neighbor, and the whole presenting such a spectacle as was never equalled, unless by the celebrated regiuieut of merry Jack Falstaff. Their appearance furnished great amusement to the British officers. One Dr. Shackburg, an Eng lish Surgeon, composed the tune of Yankee Doodle and arranged it to words, which were gravely de dicated to the new recruits. The juke took, and the tune has come down to this day. The origi nal words, which we take from Farmer & Moore's Historical Collections, published in 1820, we have not, however, met with before in many years : Father and I ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 31 August 1854

L 111 THE BLESSI2JGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH AND THE P0C3L NEW.SERIES. T 13 It 11 8':" THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Thursday morning, in -Ebensburg, Cambria C., Pa:', at $1 Go per annum, if taid i?t advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS "will be conspicuously iu 6erted at the following rates, viz: i square 3 insertions, Ever' subsequent insertion 1 square 3 montLs, " 6 " ' " 1 year, col'n 1 J ear, $1 00 3 00 00 12 00 25 00 60 00 Business Cards with one copy of the Democrat fc Sentinel, per year. 5 CO 5oIiiifaL Letter from Kev. John Chambers. We publish below a timely and admirable letter from the" Kev. John Chambers, with re ference to the prostitution of the temperance question to mere partisan ends, and the move ments of the secret, sworn political organiza tion now being courted by the Prohibitionists. It is manly and indepenlent in its tone, an J such as might have be...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 31 August 1854

if.' U: J, I ' ; r k1 0 . ' , .ichard white:: UIEXRT C. DEV1XE WHITE at DEVINE, Editors and Proprietor. CHASLES WIMMEE, Printer. EBENSBURG. IURSDAY MORNING::::::::::: : AUGUST CI FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAMJIGLER. FOR SUPREME JUDGE. JEREMIAH S, BLACK, FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. HENRY S, MOTT. FOR ASSEMBLY. WILLIAM. A. SMITH. rOR PROTIIOXOTARY. GEORGE C. K ZAHM. FOR REGISTER & RECORDER. JAMES J. WELL. FOR COMMISSIOSER. NICHOLAS NAGLE. FOR AUDITOR. MICHAEL D. WAGONER. FOR POOR HOUSE DIRECTORS. William Orr. Michael Magnire. Anthony Lambaugh. Gov. Bigler's Administration. There arc certain distinctive features in the ad ministration of our present worthy Executive which have never received that degree of applause which they justly merit. Their justice and impor tance secure their adoption without any consider able opposition, and they have been allowed to pass without scarcely any note or comment ; but on looking back to them, no one can fail to be truck with their wisdom. lie has made it an...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 31 August 1854

AT HOME AND ABROAD, KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Col. M. Ilasson offers for rent a farm within tne mile of Lorctto. Administrators notice by Charles McGovern. Card by II. Levy & Co. Book Agents wanted. Great excitement about Turkey. 3fcv Volnntter Company, We Lave learned that Major John Humphreys organized a Military Company at the Three Roads in tliis county 0:1 the 21st hist. The following officers were elected : Captain David Mills ; 1st Lieutenant Henry McDade ; 2nd Lieutenant Sylvester Weakland. Wry I Dry! All over the land we hear the general complaint of a dry time. The weather is dry, the ground is drj-, the news fountain is dry, polities is dry, m-.n and women are dry, and the best hope we can entertain for this season is that "snits" will be amazin plenty. People in Ebensburg can still find wherewith to wet the whittle, if that can be lone with ice water, &c. Fatal Accident. Mr. Giioiu; Shaffer, fireman on the locomo tive 'Westmoreland me' with an untimely cud n Wednesday ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 31 August 1854

JUL r '. : i .i. ',' The Eeart that loves truly can never forget. BY MABY O. NOLL. Had I loved thee fur Lonor Had I loved thee for gold, 'Neath the storm of misfortune My love had grown cold ; Had I loved thee for beauty, H.id I loved thee for fame, I should have forsoo k thee I n "sorrow and shame, lint I loved not for riches, 1 loved thee alone, And would have shared with thee A cot or a throue. They told me in triumph, They tell me e'en now, Thou wcrt false to thy honor. And f.d.-e to thy vow ; That tliou wort unworthy Of the heart that I gave, Less fickle t'ie zephyr More stable the wave: Hut their efforts w re vain, We had met ! we had mot ! And the heart that loves truly Can never forget ! Think not that the wealthy May purchase for gold. The heart's warm affections Those riches untold ; That time, chance or distance Can alter my love. That absence may weaken, Or slander may move. Rememler! Remember! By land or by sea, Whatever may happen, Where'er thou uiiy'st lei Ah ! gentle...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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