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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 April 1863

wmsi8Xi&$i sax :&mMjmw& Flgbt for tXe Xlnar. Tca Wait for tt Wagffom I calculate of darkle wo toon hall have oar fill, With Abe' Proclamation and the Nigger Army Bill ; Weald oot be a soldier for the Union to nht7 Ifow, Abe's made the nigger the equal cf the white. -- ' Fht for the nigger. The sweet scented nigger. The woo'.y headed nigger. And the Abolition crew. cL soldier meat be loyal, and Lie officers obey. Though he Urea on mouldy biscuit, and fighta without bis pay; If Lla wife at home is starving, he mot cot be discontent. Though he waita six months for green-bad worth forty-five per cent. Fight for the cigger, &e. Mvrefcver, if your drafted, Jo not refuse to go. You are equal to a nlggr, and can Jtake aa good a ahow ; And when you are id battle, to the Union be true. Bat don't forget the darkey la aa good a man aa yon ! Fight fcr the n'gger, &e. If ordered Into battle go in withrvt delay. Though Slaughtered just like cattle, it 'a ycur duty to obey ; For...

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 April 1863

THE BLESSISGS OF OOVEnSMEST, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOULD DC DHra, jrE1 A'.tXS. UPJS TUB HMH ASD THE LOT. TUE niCU ASD THE roll XV SERIES. - EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL'S, 1863. V ZMWAT & SEXTIXELT perishable glory. ' Great applause. w i - j "-.uuvmLii, i nave en ot una crisis in ,t Ose PILLAR ASl Fifty Cbsts onr af:( .urs-. The world has never seen ' .:!.! ; n,l Two Dolla ilf k" """V arbitrary ,,vor, the du.ll l fT.: until the termination of the year, t rc omugeon nave peen called : jthjcfijjti.ii will ba received for a ' into ehect these most wicked outrages. ' iri.d titan ait months, ami no j What htive we to oppose to them ? The -r:.'l beat liberty to diFContiniic , ballot only; but the' ballot is mightier UrnnfiUll cm-arnges are paid, ex- than kincs fAnn'suse 1 Thonnotkth tt ption of the editor. Aiiy er . ypjj described bow It - ' si'-crijiUrt r ilx months wu ne inar- j (iss 1'ollaii, unhs the money ( i' li ah".v -re. ! Advert fslnsr Rates. j ;. ii.T7'it. Tiro do. 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. — 8 April 1863

u R 1 - Democrat art Sentinel. have been sorely and wantonly deceived so often, by the party in power, are not now going to bo caught by the bail " Union," wlun they know that it means spoils and ft continuance of Abolition power. iMucatloiial. JC7" The followi. The following communication, which ! LrU coun,Jr -tLe UnS 4 IScprwn- laA Satunl-y r . f , , ... - . 1 tatives, on t!.e 3lt cf March laiit : lad wa3 j. f. TODD, Editor &. I"ubll!icr. is from a vcrv respectable citizen of this county, contain?, no doubt, a great deal AC',.n'1f tht JtScnxx EUus- ' . ' lurg Plank !..!. of truth; ut we thmk it does not trace) WtitKKAS. T.ie Jf2eton " and Elens- thc fault to any legitimate cause, nor does butg l'.tili ll..a.J. has be. n aVaudoned ami i it devise :uiy suggestion by which the pre sent school system can be improved, or by . , I a ..,. . acu, Mating to Cam- berc to-night, lie brings me word imu j ririiiiid r mas , AtillMK.lt -wn. -Sitter cred to leave the City ofj ,r",tr t. "Vollc...

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 April 1863

Vho iSi th CD0.1 rti--c niol uth and ;el? n-Itl' CvT-" tk,tf eCeJ 1 inti .:ifl M OUl1 LiJt liere rea01 b .h&t tA i r- ,1 , j r-,r twenty years oeenoi me ' Lt the onlv way slavery coul.l f -pwav with was by the shed.liiig Jin-T his muruers ax narpera U. auni.-ters for many years have Uv;v lieeii educating the North up to V4'i'T point, :Uid th-v have at 1:ust ,U They, irhaps, little thought i.i t, . .;, :r own prceuut carcases wouiu oe Un r. jw i tuem gnu anu YVe onlv wish every one of them . . . c -,d voui't iiavu iu ui fr. .1.1 Vi.lows and fatherless J !! nll rj vehn. li-ICl" Sllfflr?l 'm. a'"1 au n ... ...... rVsiar, nuiv wen uun i imiiv.i .h ,4-r and sav, " inou art tna man. TV era-v Congress that has just a t- i .- i r.T,.,i u na lniKU'iuv uetvius-c -ill u t exempt uie.-e. insupiwi-s oi -5j.iuiw f'' their share of them. 'viii of the few sensible tilings the ".rfrrc- did. VVe vi)uM like to w ri-vk' 'r'i tii-'-'e Aliolitio'i preachers -'t h.;I!i t? in a" swamp. 'Hie loss iVt b ...

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 April 1863

uu it, Ode to Mr. Ilollenu. s-bv the Democratic Club of PL Air Viir.w Macrek. Och Mle'.er BuIIoj it'i co wonder yocre a Och, hJr.c! Mr. BuII-m. Bat the fouls i year own ye may wager a crown, Och, bene! Mr. Biilioo. All, how altcitd you cir J'v your States P.-ison fare. And we're tould ye did 3-vare To be loyal and true. Your no longer the boy That we wish to employ Och, hone ! Ulster Bul'.oo. 114 JuU ,tJ in ta0 witout for ball, Och, bone! Mr.JVulloo, Toul'd a had all th Martyrs cf Fox by the tail, Och, hoce ! 'Mri BuIIoo. Lr.alaturcs an all, " We were raising a squall. An ye cant guess at al! What we mint fur to do ; Sure wa owe yon a rap. For our dreadful mishap, Och, hone ! Mr. Bul'.oo. Oh. . why did you fret, for sure Fort La f.tyette, Och, hone! Mr. Bailor. It! a jolly old place for a patriot to get. Och.. bone ! Mr. Bulloo. WiJ the rations so fine. The cigara and the wine. And breakfast and dine, With the " French Lady " t jo Sure you're hard sir to plaz Or you'ie wake in the k...

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 April 1863

'IS' rtf i i ! i i - 4 THE BLESSISUS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE BEITS OF JlEirEV, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE. VPOS THE ttiail AXD THE LOIf. THE RICH ASD THE POOR. ew series. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1863. VOL . 10NO. 19. I , ,n V . fl.a 1T1.1 1 VL 0 SEXTWEL" every v eanesday miblislied , it Ose Poixab axo Fifty CbntTs nayabJe iu advance; OsbDol The 'Way the Abolition Resolu tions were Hushed Through the Army. rs, if not paid ! What ax Officer who was Pkeekt at o Dollar if! THK Officer's Caucus bats about thb until tlie termination of the year, j ripti.ia will be received for a j :rio4 th;iu sit months, and no i Affair. The following, letter from the Iowa Cou- .Tvr will be at liberty tn discontinue ner, will serve to give our readers, an in .r until all arrearages are paid, ex- j sight into the, way Abolitionism is forced people at home can't swallow him down in such large doses. . After a considerably talking the resolution was witlidrawn The other resolution?, after some l...

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 April 1863

1 0 i.3 grmocrat anb S-entinrL r w tt-eT -w xi 4S S. TODD, Editor &. Iubli.licr. ' WEIIBSDAT APRIL IS. WW S. 1. I'ettenprlll &. to.. Advertising .Agents. ; Zl Park Row New Yurk.and 10 State ireet, Boston, r the ar.thori?.ed Age&ts for the "Desi W.SAT & Sexti:eI;," and the most influen tial and largest circulating Newspapers in the United States an I Canadas. Thev ara empcTrered to contract" for us at out li-VTST TEEMS.;. A Falat SquenU of AboIMIoiilNm be held an appointment under him, worth 2,000 per year, lie was in favor of ; Kuilroads and Corporations generally. Vc presume lie was thinking of the old Portage road the stealing,' little fat ofii ces, &c. 1 le was for a vigorous prosecu tion of the war, lie was in favor of making war on the Democrats copper heads. Cheers in the corner, lie said they (the leaguers) would nt-vcr shake hands with t!ie Southern men again (Cheers in the coiner"! it was out of .the question . there could be no difference lUUU. among .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. — 15 April 1863

u t5 rt. i-rr tvn'i -Company All ! r pjVlS Ul'" 1 .. members of Company B. t,t hpnd tn I V. wno l" rw . Pennsylvania bail road schedule. LE.WE WESTWARD,0 A corrcs- , of Abolitionism rom the same regiment, but ot of Co. 15. wouia sign . me ..paper, a"- - " . l T T i tad, or dse .DM no -v.t them. STATIONS. X (3 W re Weunltand that the Democra- at St. Augustine cn last Mon- ..... rh. largest and most rjj UUC v. cr . Jijfjitic af somblagcs ever convened in riU township, ihe roeet.ns vas asscciWe in tlie street, in front J Pjms- Store, the School hou V-ro'v fv sraa" to contain so eJ Irvia Steel, L-q. of the Ulair--, R-ior-.L wlio ,vas prosev'uted for C-b" David Taj lor, of that place, who I irs.e little office und.-r the Admin- .r lias bta tried, convicted and ...jio pay a Sue of one dollar. pfralty imposed upon Mr. Steel, :a'-rthut Jutl,zc liumr.ton viewed t!ie tnnin:r at:;iir. Altoona, ' Kittanning j Gallitziu, Cresson, Luly'a Portage, Wilmore, Sumracrhill, Mineral Point, S nenau:rh. J...

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 April 1863

1 letter from a Disbanded Volun teer. m J From the New York Mercury. . Natsanal IIooTFX, Washington," March 5, Eddvturs X. Y. Sundy Merkury : The hull bdin of the Kongresslunal Sisseroa and Demoptheneczes having rc turnt to the buzzoms of their wives and families, my steamed friend, the Abselute Abe, now rules the roast alone. 1 le ken say with the late Uobbinson Crawso of Jewin Fernando: I'm monnick of all I curvcy. Sly right thar is none to dispute ; From the centr, all round to the see. I ken seze and imprison and shute." Hut thars no caws for alarm, notwith- Etandin the loud crows of the Aberlishin- ists. Tlic Nayshin is not goin to giv tip ii.. . t.i f ,.:.... v.:.. 1..-.1. in Abram the First is no Nero, lie would'nt hurt a fly. Its is troo that the Konscrip tihin Act", tlie lkuik and Lone Acts, the huspenshin of the Heaviest Corpus Act, the Idamdity Act, and cetery, make a reglar Seizer of him, but his Majesty I maan his Eggcellency is not the man to take advantidge of the lat...

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 April 1863

IB 4 ifntmel. Attn i ill i i hi in in TiltEBLESSIXGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEH'S OF HEAVES. SHQULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE. UPOS THE HIGH ASD THE LOW. THE RICH ASD THE POOR. t t A SEW SERIES. rkZMOCRA T it-' EA TIAEL" U is published' every ednesday -.l 1-.. I .mam, 'auux.u.u.u.t, . rn jnths ana iwo iollab it "" i ...... 1 th tprmin&tion of the vear. subscription nill be received for a j i.nl tiiau c lnontns, ana uo . - 1 1 in 1 t iwmn v ..1 ail vpi 1 1 n 110 1 UlMTOIlliHUe J : ' 5,r.otr .... -..v- artrcyi -- . 01 me eu.wr. ny per-. ribin!irrMX rao: Un r ll t m;; 2 vo - .' 1 : . .- Advertising Rates. , Vne inserCn. Tico do. Three do J c-ure,12 lines I $ 50 i5 $1,00 , 45 1,00 j I S? ' 1" 1 9 5 ' 4 ,.,. hues 1 "0 Jo IllitS 3 ops. Jl 50 3 4 m I 9 12 00 50 00 00 00 00 4-5 00 9 00 ' 12 00 i 14 00 I i0 0C j 35 Oi ; I ' ':iire. '24 lines J 4 00 1.: 'it C' i;ran, ii w A rraycr lor I'tace. iV;., cry aLud for P-aco Ti'.l Hfaveii'e blue archos ring. Ani tie Anizol if the Covenant Bn";!js " h...

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 April 1863

U r m9 two era ani cntincl. : has large feet and lank jaws, and used to ; mnu! rails when it was young. L.U3UI I'latlbrm. The following preamble and resolutions ton, and that every citizen owes allegiance to Abraham Lincoln ; ami tliat the de- -rrT i nieni trot a uiacK c e. " rt-.-:" i Mpoiiiipnrihe Club. -&?n?t. i At the regular meeting of the D ff-S X r?'&C!l'?4'-l?i : era lie Club, of l hi J place, on S'-'.r. i-.'il5 vr- rr;:5. .'v - cj --.-.i-i.t several new nieiiitH-rs nntel -.t!-i--?&c?r. -ra' 7 " ; rn.f itntinn. Alter some husiness. cop.- '4rlri?.r I c rr.ing the Club, vas tratisacted, C When Hailcck hit Stanton the Govern- ; t thc m,xt nietfyin2 cf cisions of the Supreme Court be yet at the Union.. Ixngue of this place. They . defiance. fISrc I-ate Rt-puT-t- sit i, imj, -bt All at' K ITrj;;:1 will, no doubt, lie adopted and endorsed I diat we are oppose.! tne .nn- ' unanimously, as several prominent mem- i pernicious doctrine of States' rights ; anl Saturday lier...

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 April 1863

u o . 'uSioHS upon tlie State s!i ' j'tU! Country. . v.l-iiinns iirwin th?-. fsfnt.- ..n,rv which passed the J louse ' miaiives on the 13th inst., will '''.' t,t embody- all the amendments - i-ial dral't revised and adopted T'onof the legislature the ' , yp T (he only correct copy yet 'I lj i'-e 'e"ate a"d 'Vv-i--j of" CoiionomcealUi of '. :j ii tc-.'f? A&euJtly nu.t, That t 'ifcii:ttion are assailed by, an r.!Ki;ion on one tide, which is .3?t bv the sword, and on t lie other L,.a-ti":iUK'nal act c f Congress and r u-u.pai'w of power by the Ex f! which we have seen by experi .'. un bo corrected by the ballot-box, '. i a-eil f.s principhi requires that "vt; shall await the process of re- i .M'.-low but sure, and reihuu anhivvfui and unconstitutional Alihiue already brought terrible "l irui the' country, whilst they c -Jd of ail patriotic men to as- rncriin the evils that threaten our jsiuiu as. v. That this General Assembly ' ' i . t : - - ;h:it Uiis Ma;c lias ter uitn, is iv 1 w...

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 April 1863

4 rightly tamed him. Twelve uf the men of fighting the enemy in the ileal, were we're wounded, together with Acting-En- not ordered to fight their brothers and fel--itm Mcintosh, who had chanre of on of ! m -citizcns at t!ie ballot-box. Defeat ia the runs. Ilia injuries are supposed to now threatening us on more than one side ! fat&L ' Ytt l"e Administration is unmoved, and The next morning findine it impossible Mr. Lincoln's jokes continue 10 now a? ireelv aa wlien he was on the stump in Illinois. No blnnie attaches to Admiral Dupont for the failure at Charleston. He did all in hia Kwer, with the force at his dispo sal about thirty pins against three hun- to eave the vessel. CapL island called a tug, which tcok all his men on board. A few minutes thereafter the Keokuk sunk- The persons belonging to the ship lost all their personal eifceta. r.. Wwlnoubiv the snundrnn rcmuincd w v.- A - - - - ....... j at anchor in the main ship channel. It ' drcd, unsupported as he was by a land...

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 April 1863

i a - si -.v fi y it s il ill L it. Si S 3 14 ll P; f - I7E BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOULD BE t DISTRIBUTED ALIKC, UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOA THE JIICH AND THE POOR. lV SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY; APRIL 29, 1863. VOL . 10 KO. 21 rmCRAT it- SEXTJXEL" Attempt to Consolidate White n rut:i.-1ie.l every Wednesday at One Pollar ash r ifty uksts i'H ibk- in advance; OSB Dol X' Ssvsistt Five Cents, if not paid ii months ; and Two Dollar if t ' uT.ll tie termination of the year. ' script! u will recti ved for a . f -i .. .: . !. .....1 liberty to uisconticue -;l V . it LI L -- ' ... 1 n-.til a 1 arrearages ere paia, ex pert har- monej- ;chP - jition ef the alitor. Any per r''f,Unz Cr i ra.nth wil be char use Ioi.la::, un'nJos the mone- " idvertisliig Rates. iiut.rCu. Two eV. Three do ;.ri2l5:ie lines 50 .$ 1 00 i-t tl.ou 1 00 2 00 3 r.nr.tHs.. ri21iicsr! 5" CO 15 00 li es J 1 50 2 oO S 00 5 do. 12 do 3 00 $5 00 4 50 9 00 7 00 12 00 9 00 14 00 12 00 20 C( 22 00 ...

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 April 1863

gcmocrat anb Sentinel. called, ami through compromise ami con cession, our present Constitution was adopted; which would have secured to us a lasting peace, had Abolitionism not tampered with its wise limitation?. It was the work, not of an Administration, but J of the pecjJe, through their respective rep i resentalivcs. Hut it is claimed by the opposition, that Abraham Lincoln is the government and that he has power to ' nltrr nholisli or annul all. or anv nart of J. s. TODD, Editor & I"nullslier. i ' ' ' . . - the Constitution to suit the whims of an imaginary " necessity. We emphati- " JfElESMY AFRIL 23. M. s. l. I'ettenglll A. lo... Advertising Agents, 37 Park How New York, and 10 State reet, Boston, re the authorized Agents for the "Dem ocuai Jk Sesttisel, autl the most influen tial and largest circulating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are em petered to. contract for jisatcur LOWEST TEEMS. -DEMOCRATIC Delegate Election. " The Democratic voters of Cambria...

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 April 1863

u Sentiments Cliarlly, e following letter addressed to a sol : the 125th I. V., was sent to us, J request to publish. We are not . . I" 1 " . , l. .l. w. I r. J. k bit Ot pUOilMling sum nulls s;Frl1terau-.re uuiu grace . manitj hat founJ ,n i of the A no Iranian uiucu uei- i t , - , , .ikransOi i'-1- J I JOHN C-OVODE Wonlil slin,1 ,vll t., lowcver, have made-up a max into the high there is no man in the world who could. Venango Spectator. .3 The Spectator evidently knows his man." He might have added tliat if tlie Gubernatorial honors were to be be- i stowed upon the meanest specimen of hu hut it relicts the sentiments and j The Domoorat? how .ablcdncss of the Abolition ele- j m;nJs ..' tverrwuere, n may nut wuit- auu C-v of our readers to know the class . if i a wLo compose the dui: 01 me Leagues." Further comment on j. a fulmination of blackguardism, is cesiTT, as its unvarnished vulgarity tk lor Use" : S?:::xi.. Cambria Co. la.," March, loth 18C3. f Fc-nl: I this day received (. ...

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 April 1863

u u i die yie .Tliy Blessing, jlKtier. B T GRETA Ciie me thy blessing, mither, For I must now away. To my bonnie Agnes, mither. Upon her bridal dy. I've luvd her laug aui wtll.uitner. And thou my luvc has known ; Thr n lay thy Land upon me, uiitLer, Ami bless thy kneeling son." Ah ! Willie, Low my heart o'e-rfiows When thus I hear thee sp-ek ; . My tears are glistening on thy hair, An-.l dropping on thy cheek. An J oh ! now memory call up low The days of aidd lang syne, When 1 a wh.soiu bride first ct-l'ed Thy sainted father mine. Ye look mo like him, Wiiiic dear. Ye h-ok sae like him now ; Ye hae the same dark, tcude-r ee-n. The same brcad, nolle brow. And sic a smile was on his face When he that morning came. To bring awa, as ye maun do, A lassie to his hame. Tuir child, her heart ia beating r.ow As it ne'er beat before ; Fuir child, I kc-u her hazel ccn Wi' tears are running o'er, She laves thee, Willie, but she feels To wed's a slumn thing I weel remember how I felt. When lookin...

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 May 1863

A- H m r 8 j 15 -' s 77E BLESSiSOS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEIVS OF HEAVES, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIUS, UPON THE HIGH ANDTIIE LOW. THE RICH JND THE POOR. 0 SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, MAY (J, J863. VOL. 10--NO 22. v -v- will be at liberty to discontinue .y-niitil all arrearages nre pain, ex- . -. i i . i s.ve option el me euiwr. iuv per ;jr?f)r mx ni'iitl.a wil I char-, ivj I oll.v"., unl-r- the money r.-r..c?. , ' . ' tivcrlUlnu- Kate. i';.rrf '(. 7Vo d i. Three do ,r. lines J 5" 76 $1.00 r.r-. Uines 1 00 . 1 00 2 00 ; 1 f,0 2 00 3 0C j -v. .::,. do. '12 do :i '.In' .', 1-. - ..-.n nf a rrVTii v-r"r :?.. J . . nr.l'A '-f- ' .-.iwji-i , ism jvMSUtr.ce to the Conscript Law, Wi, nii1,!i-l evry dr-sday J thmimb ,v,rt p.. .' i ,v, . ... I . it OVE PoLLAK AVI) FlKTY Ukn"T8 " . " v,,v "w l,J H5. -i, Tuyauw iu auvane; uxs uol - uuugc baiu mis was resistance to "skvESTT Five Cents, if uot paid the government lie hooted at the idea of ismonthe ; and Two Doiun if tna,- . . n'il the ter...

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 May 1863

Jltmocrat anfc Sentinel. J. S. TODD, Editor & rubllsbcr. WEDKESBAY MAY E, 13. DEMOCRATIC Delegate Election. TV.a Democratic voters of Cambria conn ty, ar requested to meet at the usml places ; A special meeting of the Demo cratic Club was called on Monday eve ning; which was most ably and fluently addressed by Gen. James Potts, of Johns town, who reviewed this war, and all its disasters froni the commencement to the present time, dealing with those who have usurped our government, and who seek to destroy our liberties, in the strongest terms of denouncement- He traced the Abo lition partr, how in power, to its earliest 1 insignificance, showing that their diabolical rfy- Owing to some additional names and contributions, we re-publish the fol lowing list, which is the result of a collec tion taken up in the Catholic Church of this place for the aid of suffering Ireland. $5,00 10,00 for holding elections in the several uiincis j doctrines aiuvys were opposeu iu of said County, on ...

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 May 1863

ft r 2 Tlie tj which nave reacneu us mus iar i?nfys to Kme cxteRt contra- (f that rvu'ly appears to be known is, jj., t .jnieucnii.es uiiiictwi;u, in me '. a tk eommnncl of Ciolnnp , .n; UHi) i,m which was stauoneu at. ieveriy, ,, it on trom an assistance, as i Ijthnm, who attempted to retreat to thannnn, has not uern nenm irom it is supposou tJiat ma troops were v. I and that at least a portion of 1 " . i ti r r i . ,vcre capitm'a. me uceiieueraies ni;c;it.y inane weir appearance ar. nont, where they seized a locomotive uain ami startea it ott westward a full head of steam. Tt stopped 2 oku accord somewhere uear Oak- i Bt-,st simultaneously we Larn of s3j0 at liowlesburg, in the vicinity fine structnrc the I hat river At this jwint, they are said to he.T, twkv lTjnil'd ly the Federal A: but whether thoy returned and .tuff the guard, or whether any seri :iji!ry win done to the bridge, we a t hifoniit'd On Monday last they HMitolti be hi the vicinity of ii ilio j'.:..ollcn o th.'' Wh...

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