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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 25 February 1863

I 4 EMOCRAT Jc SEXT1XEL" ia -oubliihed everv Wednesday Morning, t Onb Dollar asd Fifty Cents per annum, payable in advance ; Oxe Dol Lab Aim SYESTT Five Cents, if not paid w-thia six months ; and Two Dollab if not paid until the termination of the year. No subscription will be received for a shorter period than si months, aud no subscriber will be at liberty to discontinue Li paper until all arrearages are paid, ex cept at the option of the editor. Any per, aoa ubscribing for ix month3 wil be char ged Oss Dollar, unless the money U paid ia advance. Advertising Rates. One insert'n. Tico do. Tliree do 1 mare, 12 line! $ 50 $ 75 $1.00 3aaxM,2-ilimJ 1 00 1 00 2 00 t.nlrM rseUil 1 50 2 00 3 00 3 months, a Hoe or less, $1 60 1 .iuat, 12 lines I 2 60 2 squ, U line 4 00 quar,fsd Hnesl 6 00 Lalf olumn, 13 00 Ocoolamn, 15 00 C do. $3 00 4 50 7 00 9 CO 12 00 22 00 12 So 9 12 14 Co 00 00 00 00 20 0C 35 01 PiSSaTI.VANIA BAIL ROAD F.CHKPCLK. LEAVE WESTWARD.0 STATIONS. Altooaa, Kittaaniag, GaUitsi...

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 March 1863

u 1 H . 4 lit THE ItBSWfiS OF GOVEXMEVT.- LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOULD BE DISTRlBUrsb ALIKE, VPOS THE HIGH ASD THE LOW. THE RICH A.1D THE POOR. EV SERIES. Lgt Insurrection In Poland. CULAHS OF TI1E REVOLT bUSES OF THE OUTBREAK &c. EBENSBURG, PA. .WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1863. VOL . 10 NO. 13. fie. jhe roust i isairmtEcnox. j!-3V and Telegraphic communica- ,-.th w arsaw nan oeen again inter- Ui The railway was lorn up by the F n th. -20th nt lVrrikan. ks13 -rjncation was soon resumed, liow- Cind an J according to Warsaw dis- Ujof the 20tu via St. Petersburg, for was perfectly quiet, and the I livn otfpotrt? in tlio ces - without hinderance. A de- -jiit cf Cossacks had made a suc- 00 insurgents and taking 42 Warsaw, Jan." 28. srpntj hae received considerable Kfinent from the better classes of :tr, including many "";I5llre ; ana numberless petitions were daily addressed to his highness imploring his attention to it. All was in vain Get ritl of these troublesome and unruly men I will...

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 March 1863

gtmotrnt anb jitntincl. - -where a man was deprived of Ids liberty, he shculi be brought before a magistrate -i that itmight be ascertained . whether ho was justly iiaprisonecl, and if .his guilt was shown, w hether the. crime vvas baila ' ble or not."-'--Even supposing the writ of f titem corji't to "be suspended, I hold lhat it does not' justify the illegal lmpuson- "meet of anybody. This groat right of j habeas corpus was emphatically enunciated in. Encland some two hundred yenrs ago. An humble individual had hecn impris- oned by the privy council. Parlimeni j g TOR; Keillor & I'ubllNlicr. l.iin-r In -'.-i.!i- missed an act winch i . . - brought .that individual, by the . great writ of Wftts corpus, nice to face before las accusers. . And now, sir, that great writ which " the English Pnrliment interposed fur the relief of a single obscure IS1MY H&1CH 4. 1813 Where will Ihey Slop I The present Abolition Congress, not individual, is suspended by a mere proe- j satisfied wit...

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 March 1863

3, Conscientious Scruples. r flowing is a statement of the nam f mea in each county exempted from service on the ground of conscicu- Cora"". jcl.tn", 'rr.'..-tr0Uo Server. Beefed, COC5TIE8 134 Juniata, . . . 174 I Lancaster not reev'd 13 99 15 none 2G 15 117 8 1 19; Lawrence, 'Lebanon, S3;Luzerue, 7Sj Lycoming, 2,'iercer, Jlr 10 Monroe, 29 ileivean, Montgomery, Montour, no draft 135 none 1 CC3; Northampton, 3 12lXortur.aibri'nd, none ..t jeeeivedj Perry. 4 2C Philadelphia. 207 ' ft, Pike, not received 2r.'P -ttrr. not reci ive.l n, C'V 'V' ,--.'vr! lll.uyliiiiJ, 8 -'Snyder, lO-i'v'ineiSc-t, Ot-.li.O. IGiSusquidiauLi. Ei'fh.ga, 22jUr.ion. r.oDei Venango, 1 8 ICS 10 4 3 SO f ISSj Warren, Sj Washington. 11 1 0, Way i;e. not reeie veil ?2 Westmoreland. 4 10, Wyoming, n t reev'd liVcrfc, 150 r,tT.?. ii. rpnuU of tlte sprsns Elections. ,. i ,;,f ,.c:;,.Hr, T- f 4 ar.lw!, lu;.f I .:,.:,. rl-e 20 ih olt., ta tae uii.ertn uis m ;, .j.rviiu': -u: ti. rvMtity. .'o. Constable. A. Walters ; . V....

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 4 March 1863

Valuable Informal Iota. of n n. H., a coTrefponaeii 01 me Pi.liburg JM, tarnisnea iuc iouowmg -: ere King ' titular statement of the forma iio, or erection of the several counties of tfi Conunon wealth." Va ea and Date, Dav, Month and Year the erection of the several Counties of lha Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ml Territory resn which they were forme ; the three fir?t Counties which were formed, t wit: Philadelphia, Backs and Chester, were established at tl firat actl'etn-t-of the. Province of of ed ton. Penneylvfinia, and formed the only ori--inai Counties of all that Territory of which tue now great oiaic is lotwcu, f Sixtv-Sve Counties, as " uv t- follows, to wit : i. Adam?, 22d of January, 1800, fr'nd of a Dart of York. 2. Alleahenv. 24th September, 1783, fcrmid ot a part oi YVhinirton. Westmoreland and 3. Armstrong, 12th March, 1800, io;Tau of a part of Allegheny, Westmore- Ijtid and Lvcomuiir. I. Beiver, 12th March, 1800, formed a part of Allegheny and Washington. 5. Bedford,...

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 March 1863

7p 11 1 I THE BLESSISGS OF GOVERXMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVED, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPOS THE HUH AXD THE LOW, THE RICH AXD THE POOR. -W SERIES. vm for Enrolling and Call jo; Out the National Forces, and for Oilier Purposes. H' tr.- There now exists m the t i i Nut's an insurrection nu reoei- - .1. .1 nutKnritif tkrwC nivl ,t iwkr the Constitution of the United the duty of the Government to A.-oss insurrection and rebellion, to rxwiix to ch State a republican traof government, and to preserve the At., t-rmnuiktv : and, urWnw, for h'w'u purposes a military force is 2st grcable, to raise and support which J pcrKr.3 ought willingly to contribute ; airworthy and honorable than that t-.:-h i rendered hr the maintenance of Constitution and Union, and the con sent preservation ct free government : art-fife, bt it emtcttd Cie Senate and flou.v of Isr&nLtlirf or' t'te United States of' i;rxiii Cotyress assembled, .That all u,'Hhed n:aie citizens -of the United sat. and persons of...

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 March 1863

u 2- t Til gcmccrat ana jsrniintl. J" A Mb r v 4 -Z . '". . - ? - v-7- " J. s. Tona, i:titor iubi:Jcr .4 Grand Fizzle ...The Abolitionists and colored brclhem of Pittsburg held a meeting fur the pur pose of getting rp a negro regiment under the late act of Congress to serve in the war. Captain Ixire of the l.'oth regi ment made. 1.13 debut in a spirited man ner ; and was followed by one of his sable brothers who strongly, urged the ricce-ssiiv of enlisting, and of a vigorous prosecu tion of the war;" whereupon a dusky mm mmwrni Arc lVc Round lo Submit? The proselytes of Abolitionism having secured a majority in our National Leg islature, have wantonly trampled upon the great covenant of our liberties ; and against Ihe-ejjwvs.? wishes cf t!e- ptc-pk, have lately passed several' Mil?, vhkh have, not only the effect of nimifymg the Constitution and of subverting tlic Feder al Government, but seem V have beet;! intended, by thosslnd men, to menace -US"- regimen, was not raised, s and to...

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 March 1863

r & "1 " rty-tbirJ Indiana, advanced ! name of Graff & ilalone, coutaiuing tccenty ie II'i'l on the 4th Lift. Hoveral acr"- lt ',riS "'a-eatcd land. .. ihrs occurred during the f A cerU,n ,.,cca parcel, or tract ir.2 four miles dio- ... eno: camping Oa " tio oth :i movement by the :. apparent, causing fome dis- of laial Mtuate iu White township, in tbe Ctruty uf Cambria, surveyed or hold in the name uf n ;Iip Eduuston, containing three acrss. The Mine bang unsealed laud. Xo. 5. A cerutia i iece. parrel, or tract 'Mli' saddonly ojiencd on our j 'f unseated laud, situate i Su-qtiehai nt ti.,o. batteries on iVitferent V0"15"1"5 n l"e County f C-oT.bria. sur- hi in ii, i- u.ijde oi dames lir.er, containing owe humlrcl anl fii'lifm-" acre. No. G .sl conflict v roamimneu -ith of ted l,hd, situate in Blaeklick township. . cmiiii.t'i" causing heavy Io5s in the Cta.ty of Giiutaij, wrvrywl or bell1 f .-, .j.lcs but i:e:d!y resulted tuiu,tf.i- in jtlie name i.f 'Jcrg-. Lisiercontaining...

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 March 1863

u "1 5 1J-.J. -T 4 By consnitation with your friend Mr. Qarriron, of Botton, I learned thut bo had been laboring for years to overthrow the government, . and Mill had at tho head of his newspaper the motto, The Constitu tion league with Hell" which, he in formed mc, was a stem; but if he could get the people of America to believe that the founder of the Kepublic were in the fellowship of Your Majesty, it would be all right. He made issue on the question of slavery, which exists only in the South em Stair, and had well nigh brought matters to a climax in 1 850. when an old fool named Webster, from Boston, said, The Constitution found slavery among a?, it recognized it, and gave it solemn g-jamntie and argued that the people ould not conscientiously disregard these pledges. (What he meant by thi?, I can not My, as conscience is indefinable known only to the followers of your Enemy. However, it had a great eSect with the people.) This Webster, and a fellow named Clay, by great exertion...

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 March 1863

HI i!rV ill " W W iV J' r I . f T a r- 1 1 l a i - NEW SERIES;- tifEMOOfAi t ac.- ij.mzij i . . . . .' l1 m. T w I r r w w ednesday ; A "13 .llOLIwirii every i iter i-eri'xl t-1-a.ii m c months. , and no -:i-;Ltr beat liberty to discontinue ft - .... T . t I .HlicrrJl'.lUH anviragra arc paui. n Jaith" option .f the edit.. Any pr. v j-:W-t.:v. f'r nintns wu re cnaj t.l OS DOLLAtt, liule.- the . iiiuney t.jii U: ilva"ce. Kivertlrtllii? Kates. . " )n: iuiii i'ii. Two do. Tl.Tce do i TO $ i a J I, on i 00 uu ', J 00 s ,o j ; i I.i-.Mitb? 0 d-. a oo J 50 " CO 9 00 V2 00 12 00 5 00 ! 'o 00 i !5.,.xre lines 4 0' f s-iii .i,.-. j 36 line I 600 ! 00 ll 00 J - -c i 15 00 35 0( mm y LMtcr from Hon, C R Bucfm- f lew. - V c ft-lWin-i a lotK-r of the lion! I " ' I r . ! .. fl.n f i jim u rii ."- ftl'x flub, on the celebration o! ms-ii- ; i ta:n?. ' ; trie ueience and maintenance of tho 1:?v, 4 -rNir ri r Cksis. if not paid ! lrtmacy . of- the Constitution and Li on hi : and Two Dollar if ; Pnatio...

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 March 1863

! cracy, and in the hope of saving our State government from rein, let there be meetings, and clubs permanently organ ized in every locality, holding communion with each other, that the Democracy may be prepared tt pursue the skulking foe, which seeks to annihilate the blessings of free government. ... Winter ou the Alleghany Mountain. j. S. TQUD, Editor & lubllsuer. Toor ha".J wretcbes, wheresae'er yon are, That bide t.te pelimg or this pitiless ttorra I IIcw baud your uouscless beads, and unfed Your luop'd and windoVd. rggcJ.sc-i, defend From seasons such a these V ' WEDlEESiSaY MARCH IB. M Form' Democratic Clubs. We sometime ago suggested the .pro priety cf Democrats liolding township meetings. We now not only renew the suggestion, but urge upon the Democracy, the necessity of at once organizing and of j formirer themselves into clubs. the Democratic party alone that we Tnnst to lh dtl)th of about 1 wer.iy-soven inchc look for hope; and It is by promulgating j And while Uimoc...

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 March 1863

ilia Xr. -. rtraa. A ar- A A a1 a r. fi-r,Vr..(in th SUD- -VcJ.-u'"'- i"r-" ; l3liC;y nasal I .lion Leagues ,v ' of v.'hi is a womj o ar-: - . "v.riv r ;-v"T puLIi. lied in this iL-ltltJse leagues are or-. ' ' ... . n. t the iusitiiooa tCTjrls ' : vliiis.' The Order is ) ti in. ''wiliiao eliaractcr lur Ue in " r inniSrs in the manual .3 ul ' .! :ut? soaker. U3 I U-,a the pkiccs of . known JT- a nstu.ol arm of-defence - --c:nc aat "e r u"- ... hn'-e it. Tlia lavrs of n.-Msil of impotoncy .'j 4 the ci'.irtn. .1 roe govern- rfjifiJ a . tuiua. Jliliiary tc L-tf etWisLfal evcrv- -, fO -' " a-a- t ihdibenuo cemession ftai;a--fcn?nts in the peace- u- N "- bailed. A i;.''-- el the iot?nt to sub- V- "H--? cf a i 'jtiAt society, ".. ,1 r.riuca rjon, u uvu oi uc ' -uii.r,.t:is. ForRm; ! A dmlul.tr.tor. So.lc lhfl riPT.- n Jinn (iw ;..;.! i. A - - - ... .- U DttlU Lttters loronah, r.rner!y V rcupiet'. by D". '7. administratioa fe-6&Nt en rn the estate of J.;, -1. 1)., of nhic'i poesion will...

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 March 1863

4 A.n I any v.-l:k!i tu iv Uxvc boon taken, ! n- ju-oiKTtr attached, thall be holden on ;b final judgment of the KiiJ circuit court j in such action, in the same manner m if so suck removal ami transfer liad been made, as aforesaid. Aud the State court from which any roch action, civil or criminal, may be removed and transferred as aforesaid, upon the parties giving good and efficient security for the prosecution thereof, shall allow the same to bo re moved and transferred, and proceed no further in the case r Provided, lOicerrr, Thai if the party aforesaid 6hall fail duly to enter the removal and transfer, as afore said, in the circuit urt of the - United Suies, agreeably to this act, the State court, by which judgment shall have been rendered, and from which the transfer uad re:uoval shall have been made, us a fore -said, shall be authorized, on motion for that purpose, to isue execution, . and to carry into effect auv such judgment, the 8aiu as if no such removal and tnuisf-r had...

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 March 1863

IB fir: " in - u THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON THE HIGH ANd'tIIE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. . .. . - 4 V SERIES. ru(f!AT SENTINEL' every Wednesday Vo"E IVllab akd Fifty Cents Vva'o'.e ia advance; Oxk Dol- " I-'tvv fFVT if fnt. Tinii . . t I 1 1 - w I lilt lis 1 r I T " nni 1WO COLLAR II '"! the termination of the year. '- ..ti u be received for a , th i'i si months, and no at liln-rtv t discontinue i :.r;on -f the editor. Any per f.r si; months wil ' e char Iollv.:, unless the money iiertisin? Rates. & ia't-Ctt. Tiro do. Th ree do $ 50 $ 75 1,00 ' 1 W 1 00 ? 00 1 50 '2 00 3 0C :' 3 .i-.-.i.t".!- K do. 12 do , .-. l 0 $: 00 $5 OC -"'riii -e-; - 00 4 "-n 9 00 ' -i Vn - S 4 00 7 00 I -J 00 ; f 0t 9 00 u or 1.1 CO oo -jo ft . 15 0 -11 00 33 (H tlMiiiioa "lb a! S'olauibu. -i :i: :i v .- M N. k rnr. .l.r I 'KM' ": . X I .1 . t -.1 '.'!, . ;.:.. ATI J MEKTIXG KHSOI T'TiC'NS. were et by the officers of erovemment themselves, it ...

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 March 1863

r- JUmotrat anb j?tntincl. J. S. TODD, Editor & Publisher. ! Kno,v Xothingism under another cog . - j iion ii, will answer the above inteiToga- - " " ' i . i ii 4 1 t " T nninrrn(fr 13.fHii- in 17iiiist r. , The Democracy of Minister township are requested to meet at the Flection House in Munster, on Tuesday the 31st B.mm m m -- iri.t; forv' the purpose of organizing ' a ! Democratic Club for the coming cam paign. The attendance of Democrats and fpeakers from other parts of the county, is invited. Tlie Democracy la JSotion. On last Friday evening the Democrats of this place assembled in the Court House and organized a Democratic Club, for tlie coming Campaign. The meeling was largely attended and much enthusi asm prevailed. An organization was effected by electing M. Ilasson, Est;., President; Peter Collin?, -Sr., and Charles Murray, Vice President ; Geo. W. Oat man J. E. Seanlan and F. A. Shoema ker, Etqrs., Secretaries ; after which 1L Lu Johnston, Esq., stated the object of t...

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 March 1863

ism 1 Si Vlll If. e f.i'Io'A it.fr named nc!!.:'.-r.s ia the Oilioe of ter Sessions of Ca&iblia r 'i'.-V T! rr.-i V'rr i.iecnsv, to Co tv. n Tavern. 3 ji4-.i:o".vii, io le.J .1.1 do Goilitzla Y.x!,-r twj.. ( l.irr.iiltow n ; v. i, Bur. ugh. Wd. CoC- a ,--cr ?p , .i i-r.st jwti tp. M'U'XALD.C'. ! Jo ! J : j I 1 do do do i!o do a,. OS. ! W dr -d i v: f t! ii ti:. .lit e :c 0:.f tn ;. -1 f a is l.i::! i . f i in.: .i C 1 n. J 1 . 1 1 1 - f 1 1. : .11 i V A 1 ! t;t .... W. ....... Ta ' as t-.ey rsi s or. 1. :r,!n ! i;y par re. 1: ii iv.ri;-r .ufv vanr. vr-v V v '.-n " M.r.y. ti f.r.DV.n V 7 :'1i""-.RT'-;; rev?, rnr, s-fr.yrs 7 rr t 'jr st it: ,'.-jt; TOVF.-t. P '.ott -v xonr.r. T" 'nsb-i-jh ..r Phi' . Mi !--t'-y- a'-' ivs on '-ir"l AXT r XTR- f. r c-t e " v , vt 1 an T. - - , rv v :;;!'X'TT. LAMP frrrr, f,2-' . T ".'RiM-rrvo :ri 1 wicks .dwiys on h t' d s. orri vg. o :'S Lamps. OIL CANS. POWDER CAN?:, s" -, e.msta'.t'y on 1-and. C( .FFF.F MILLS. ' r 1 iRl-.S. OYSTRU UROIL- -1 .1 i ....

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 March 1863

1 The Ring My Mother Wore. The earth hath many treasures rare, la gem3 and golden ore, My heart hath one, more precious far The ring my mother wore. I saw it first, when I, a child, Was playing by her side ; She told me then 'twas father's gift When she became LU bride. T nw it irt iu sorrow's hours, ! ' i j ! Which market! the after j ears, When shining on the soft, white han 1 That wiped away my tears. And, oh ! I saw it once again, When on her dying bed, She lifted up her hand in prayer, And laid it on my head. Reside that bed, where fell my tears, The ring to me was given ; She placed it on my hand, and said. We'll meet again in heaven ! v 1 kissed the cheek I oft had pressed, From w hich the rose had fled ; And, bowed wiih grief, stood motherless, Alone, beside the.dead. Among the blest in realms above, Where sorrows are unknown, O, may I meet my mother dear, j No more to weep alone. Her dying words of love and faith I'll cherish evermore, Within the heart which holds so dear T...

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 April 1863

lit Hi w in Hi THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEIFS OF HEAVES. SHOULD BE DHTniajrEO AUXE. tW.V THE 1I1SH AND THE WiT. T1E RtCll AND TILE POOR. I V ZXOCRAT A SENTINEL .. ubUahra every Wednesday - tt 0S5 PoLLAS ASD FlFTTf CgSTS oavable ia advance : Onb Dol- f l"s3civ'ESTT 'IVE GesT, if not paid M'. ',. . .n,l Tim TVtrriB JF !j anal tie termination of the year. .. -rnptioo w.ii ce recti vea lor a r:;t tr.an t maoint, sun no gtr i-l be at liberty V discontinue v ucv.l all arriMragva are paid, ex--fie option of the editor. Any per- -lji:g fjr v months wil be char si DotLAH, unleMr the mcoey -j 13 advance. ( ;w interfn. Tco do. Thrtt do -si. M 2 Haw 50 4 75 1.00 -rc."24liEil 1 00 1 00 2 00 r-5'.irf! I 0 2 00 3 00 V SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1863. VOL . 10-NO. 17 3 orth. n A 1! I t CA '-.Its ?4 l:.0J 4 00 ',t 10 c-o ..las. '$ 00 6 do. $3 00 4 SO 7 00 9 00 22 00 '17 00 12 do $5 00 9 00 Iz 00 14 00 20 0C 36 01 E E i! A R K S or 3N. WM. WALLACE, OF CLEARFIELD, rt; Sena...

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 April 1863

uu 5, - v gcmocrat nnb tntintl.-; spokeu About an hour, he sat down timid tl.e repoit of those sin-eclies, because w e penned J deafening cheers of au enthusiastic, audieuce. j it from memory, ,j,rt ,ity :sfu.r lLty wcre ! ll. L. Johnt.-on. Esq., was mxt called delivered ; as that would be dtnir miu.sticc J. S. TODD, Cdilor PublUher. j upon, who, after htviu -risenrei to the to those gentlemen, each or ivhom , ccupied I the United Stales. neatl v lorn.,! in book , more 4,'an a! !,"ur; a'"1 tMth Th. f cor- ffiffliYAuW HIE J J ! form, iead from the pages of the same i rei th te-orted. would make seve ral columns --sz-- ' book, a letter from tl.e iaiuciiU.l Daniel vi printed matter, i.ot to l surpassed ty Webster, wherein the old sa-e said that tile j anv t.f ,,e pnb'.-.-hed isiw-cl.es t f the dav. The- adjoumrd-- meeting, -.which we j ...A f ... - t,r , or, " 6 i " " "t-ervcti rvcrl Abulitimisi. present Meeting or the Club. sr adjoumrd- meeting, wLi d last week accopliug to a merits, ...

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 April 1863

r i . , )ur readers will rvmetn- 1" I?"- I .. fi-n the morning of the 20th of an unknown man was f the railroad tracks. ".u.:..-r i n one o; ViTion disco' ered life was enrire ' r There were no marks or .i.-itlna, other man .a lraciure ' Vte-:-hot or some other ?M; n. c. . j ,r l.Iunt nisiniuieiu- u w;i-'.tjl.v5.-nic that 'e hiil received ti e to pel ufx-n me lx- irphan't Court Sale. j a.-' ...I'v aaemptuijl ulille n motion, out omens Vi to the opinion that he had been 4tl mid jlawl ihis track. -vi in iriiiev and a ticket ' from Hi' name w3 -"Il to D T. U.-nJer. j,j,nnirT, ntpneior oi inc 1 H..te!. in North Ward, was arret- nsth itf Martin Harmar, charged ';J-r.iur!-r of the man ultr.vc re- j,x We lV.-Hee that Harnian : -uTi th:a he saw Ehiincr have the j, ihe track tle nij.ht previous to Vffi:"rv" w'1'e'1 ue was fouiwl, that A ILirwan that he killed him, L'i-tt lie cave, or pronnvl to pive, -r,n tii'iiev to say notmnir ao-.wii it. jcx-' will tiuVro a full invcstijia :i: lU next ter...

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