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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 10 June 1863

4 ITboieek to Destroy (lie Union and I lie Constitution T THE SENTIMENTS OK LEADING REI'l BI.ICAS STATESSIEX. "I -will not stulltify myself by stippo p'mg that we have any warrant in the Constitution for this proceeding. "This talk of restoring the Union as it was, under the Constitution as it is, is one of the absurdities which I have heard repeated until I have become sick about it. Hie Union can never be restored as must now come to time ! In tear, the lresident exercises unlimited jxHcer." From Henry Ward Beecher, whose newspaper publishes the laws of the Uni ted States, by authority :" " A givat many people raise a cry about the Union and Constitution, as if the two were identical ; but the truth is the Constitution lias been the foundation and Jatur o f our troubles." From Win. II. Seward: " There is higher hiw than Vie Constita- n '1 .-. i.m ,,.i.i . I . 1 F I i , , . . J - tion which regulates our authority over the render such an event impossible. I Ins doinajn J Union neve...

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 June 1863

am I X'V III III III V 1tt NEW SERIES. ZfhEMOCRAT d- SEXTIXEL" U U published every Wednesday W-nln". At OXE POI.LAR AVIl PrifTV Ctfvfa ,l 'I lli",' - -. V O 1 .3 ir annum, payable in advance; Ox a Dol uaAXi) Seventy Five Cents, if not paid within six months ; ami Two Dollak if c,.t paid until the termination of the year. No subscription will be received for a shorter period than sic months, aud no l,'ril,cr will be lit liberty til dinntinna paper until all arrearages are paid, ex- ( . - !, i i f i rn i .F 1 1 . u 1 i f . ... A .... - 1 m subscribing for six months wil le char tt.l Oxb Dollar, unless the money i, paiJ in advance. 41 verllttliiir Rnfrs. One innerVn. Ttco do. Three Jn I J square, f 12 lines) $ 50 $ 75 $1,00 1 quires, 24 lines J 1 00 1 00 J 00 I Squares, 36 lines 1 60 2 00 3 00 j 3 months. 6 do. 12 do ! i lines or less. $1 50 $3 00 $5 00 ' I s.piarc. 1 12 lines 2 50 4 50 9 00 I 2.pi;trcs, 24 lines! 4 00 7 00 12 00 1 .squares, f3tt lines 6 00 9 00 14 00 j half a column, ...

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 June 1863

Democrat ttnb tntincl. .1. S. TODD, Klilor & Publisher. WIMESOAY M H, 1881" " S. ri. Ietteii2.!ll At Co.. Advertising Agents, 37 Fark Row New Yovk, and 10 State street, Bo-ton, ire the authorized Agents for the "Ii:m r i-uii oc Sextinel," and the rrost influen tial :tr.d largest circulating Newspapers in the Putted States anl Canada. They are e mpo?.ered to contract for us at our LOV.'KST TF.HMS. Democratic Ticket. CYf.US L. PERSHING, of J. hi stown. Register .and Recorder. JAMES GUI FITS', of Johnstown. Treasurer, ISAAC WIKE, of Wilmore. Cor.iuiixsioncr, Ih GLASS, of Zlensl-urg. Cur oner, WJL FLATTERY, of Johnstown. Auditor, F. P. TILKNEY, i f C.iii.bria !. Poor Jhtusc Director. UEO.M'CULLOUGII, of Manner T p. COL'XTY C03IM1TT1IC. WILLIAM K ITT ELL, Chairman. M. M'Guire. Jcjhn Smith, Jt.hu Ferguson, John M'Uride, Thomas M'Kernin, Vm. P. Buck, Joseph Gale. Montotnerr D nihus, Joseph Gill, E. 11. Dunncaw, John Camp bell, Michael Berry, Richard Sanderson. William Murray, William K...

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 June 1863

u. Department ; headquar- .ivrslur'. "the Secretary of War E. I). rowxsEsu, Ass't AJj't General. ORDERS FKOM MA J. EEKAL COIXII. -mi.- IlH'iiiTMrvT nr Tin1 i,tr ini v. ...... Clianibersbftrg, June 12, x un'l rsiirned assumes eom- i Department.. In view of J the inva.-ion now threaten .,,; iV!in-vlvania by the ene i;. wrr.niotit, a new military ma Jo by direction . I) . j arttnuiir, embracing all v ,1' Pennsylvania, east of u,,l laurel Hill range of ! ,,i:utfi5 at Chambers- ;. ! :! raids by the enemy u.vs-nry to call upon the i.:i-I;i!da to furnish prompt -:i n : . ssirv to organize an . a vhinie.r inian;ry, artil ,i.i!n. to be designated the of the Susquehanna." : ig th i)!easui' ,.C !,. .,.. ,. .1. i:.:i:ui:mci of the war. i:i M . .fivers of tlfcr I)u w ;.i oe provisionally j ;!.e President upon tin: j II o tut Cr-Mieral (om- !: arrn.-d, uniform- j whi!.4 in active s. r- j Mii)pl'ud as active i . .'ti :l ! I U .! States. When n -t j i t ,' .-, ;'cc to d. fend the ! . y w ill L retu...

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 June 1863

7 Continued from lrd Jhujc. spleen of his black heart on his atieiit, un murmuring wife and mother. From words ho soon came to blows, and blow succeed ed blow, from the incestuous son and parricide, till the mother, fainting iioni loss of blood, sank on the lloor. lie dragged her, thou, into the chamber, Hint she might not le seen, and left her there all but dead, unnursed and uncalled for. Slowly recovering from her swoon, the broken-hearted woman cast herself on her knees in gratitude to God for having spared her husband a second murder. Not long after this brutal occurrence, the recollection of the awful dream she had during her pregnancy, a long time ago, was brought vividly to her mmd, by ob- wrvins u blackish spot on the neck of i seu. Judas; as the infant the had expo: bore a similar mark on the same part of j the body. Kemembenng, then, that the j ri"ht foot of the infant w:is web-footed, i the anxiously sought an opportunity to . verily this unimstakcable point ot identity ...

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 June 1863

ffll V SEW SERIES. D' EMOCRAT it SENTINEL" is published every Wednesday . - . five I mi tad a xrr h-tvtt I '.myjrna ...... nliln in aHtranoAt I lun . .i Sbvestt Five Cents, if not paid .' aix months ; and Two Dollar if -"J . .-. .i. : .: .tiv. ndiJ uniii me ictiuiuauuu oi me year. j'rter period than six months, and no s paper until au-arrearages are paia, ex- 'x ' i r 1 bscribing for six months wu be char Oss Dollar, unless the money lid in advance. Advertising Rates. One inserfn. Tiro do. Three do 'icr.rc,ri2lincs t 60 $ 75 1,00 s.ucs. rn 1: 24 lines 1 1 00 1 60 1 2 00 2 00 00 i.juares, 36 lines 00 3 3 months. 6 do. 12 do $5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 00 35 Ot .lines or less, $1 60 $3 00 square, 12 lines I 2 50 4 60 ,;uare.241in4 00 7 0 sauares, 36 lines 6 00 9 00 Vjlf a column, 10 00 12 00 Me column, 15 00 22 00 A Sound Speech. The following speech was made by the Ln. T. A. Hendricks, at the great mass aeetin? of the Democracy of Indiana on 20th ultimo. We commend it to the iieniion o...

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 June 1863

iltmotnt anb cntiiul. J. S. TOUD, i:H(or & I'ublilier, WEDNESDAY Ml U, II . S. 31. rettengfUl A. t o.. Advertising Agents, o" 1auk How New York, and 10 State afreet, Boston, are the authorized Agents for the "Dkm ocrat & Skntisel," ami the most influen tial an.i largest circulating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for us at out LOWEST TERMS. Democratic Ticket. Governor, GEO. V. WOODWARD of Luzerne Co. JuJje of the Supreme Court, WALTER 1LLOWRIE, of Allegheny Or Assembly, CYKUS L. PERSUING, of Johnstown. Register aiul Recorder,. JAMES GRIFFIN, of Johnstown. Treasurer, ISAAC WIKE, of Wilmore. Cummins toner, E. GLASS, of Etensburg. Coroner, WM. FLATTERY, of Johnstown. Au-liior, F. P. TIERNEY, f C.irr.l.ri.i Ti. .Poor House Director, GEO.M'CUI.LOCGIT, of Minister Ti. COCXTY C03131E rx:. WILLIAM K ITT I'LL, Chairman. M. M'CIuiro. Juhn Smith, John IYi-ns.i,. John M'Bride, Thomas MTvcrnm. Wra. P. Buck, Joseph Colo, Montgomeir Douglass, Jos...

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 June 1863

if trv nr. 3 4 vl r.a; ,4 I 1 1 ' dctl-i'1"1 in the first element of 1 iiid anv officer of the State Cuvernmont who swears to ; , (nistituiion, nr.d afterwards, r.di on I"' conscience, will .i it, ir wholly unworthy of v-.rMi'iH-t'. .V'"' . .,r 1 hut among me ngnis wmeii ..-iiitieii pn'vii'.i's to every citizen, '..''U'iiisl secure i'1 nis liberty rtV o that he cannot hi tlo- V , Uhcr without due process of -trial hy " competent judge .".'y of hi neighbor?, with wit , t', nffi nt him and counsel to de- This is so just in itself, so n U, the happiness ol the people -ove? mnent is made, and so .V .n -1 in til l"il.-Til f m,, in all the .Slate Lonstitu ,.it :tnv person who can mi.un- i,as nor, in our opinion, ino -uai'iiv which Ms him tor public That we have hoard with in :u and deep indignation that ;:r H..ikic:il opponents claim for !,nt i'f the I'nited States a ;! , rt wholly unknown in Amer .cr ceroi.-cd in Kuropo or T v;,t bv the most despotic mon viselv : the power to arrest free...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 June 1863

hold the flag that shelters them equally with the white. " A Finance Committee of the Union League has been appointed to celebrate the Fourth of July, and 50,000 or $G0, 000 will be expended in celebrating the na tional anniversary. But rather should the money be expended to assist in put ting down the rebellion, and then the whole land could arise and join us in keeping a grand national jubilee. In Maryland there are 78,000 free colored men who would be willing to assist in our struggle, and they arc willing to fol fow John C. Eremont in the armies of the Republic. The colored people are looking to General Fremont, and they are everywhere ready to yield their lives in defence of the Union, if he will be per mitted to lead them. Let an enciimp mcnt be prepared in Philadelphia, and here let an army of 30,000 be organized and sent to Washington. Would that array, as it marched South, grow larger or smaller? " When the rebellion first broke out, a mulatto boy enlisted in the service of...

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 July 1863

ifl tU' W $ 1 I S i 1 y ll irl I 1 1 i ill 1 1 i i lilt is a ..t- 77 BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEIVS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE, UPON TUB HIGH AND THE LOlV, THE RICH AND THE POOR. SJiW SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1863. VOL, 10---NO. 30. 1) E MOCHA T d- SENTINEL' W nv.nt. lit OSK Poi.LAK AXI) FlKTY CENTS .1,1., n . ft.-r j X1) Skvksty I'ivk Ckkts, if not paid 'i.vju six months ; and Two DoiXAn if .! until the termination uf the year. 'o subscription will be received for a tut p 'riod tlutn si c months, aud no ,',s, ril'T "ill ho at liberty to discontinue ;l iuimt until all arrearages are paid, ex tent at the option of the editor. Any per. I 3 u1m ribiiig f"r six months wil he char i v,t One 1'OI.lau, unless the money iiJ in advance. Advertising' RatcK. (hie insert n. Tiro do. TItree do ,.r, f r lines $ GO $ 75 $1,00 vir.-s.T24 lines T 1 00 1 00 2 00 ftO '2 00 3 00 ti do. 12 do bitrary power, that we arc opposed to the I gravity that you should listen...

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 July 1863

9 63 gjmotrat ani mlincl. OS J. S. TOS!3, EI!tor & Publisher. f ISSBAY JULY 1. Ml Ji. I. l'ettcnglll A. Co.. Advertising Agents, 37 Park Kow New York, ami 10 State Mxeet, Iiton, re the authorized Agents for the "Dem ocrat & Skxtisel," and the most influen tial and largest circulating Newspapers in the United States and Canada. They are empowered to contract for us at 0111 IXJWKST TERMS. Democratic Ticket. Governor, GEO. W. WOODWARD of Luzerne Co. Judge 'J" the Supreme Court, WALTER 11. LOV.HIE, of Allegheny Co- Assembly, CYRUS L. PERSUING, of Johr.ttown. Register ami JiecorJer, JAMES GRIFFIN', of Johusto u. Treasurer, ISAAC WIKE, of Wilnu.re. Cummisslomr, E. GLASS, of ElensLur. Coroner, WM. FLATTERY, r.f Julirist..wn. Auditor, F. P. TIERNKY, of Caitbria Tp. roar lntse Director, GEO.M'CULLOUGII, of Mun.-ter Tp. COLWTY COM3IITTB-:K. WILLIAM KITTELL. Chairman. M. JI'Guire, JuLn Smith. Julm Irun, John M'liride, Thomas 3ITern-in, Vm V. Buck, Joseph Cole. Montgomerr Duu-l.i..s. Jo...

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 July 1863

WO forester, in it wurcn tiu- F it r nvcs this pleasant story: R-iTwan was uc "J uicrc linst a'1 ngni ana reason, iook. ;mmoii land of many poor people rtiuakin? the icasi reparation;, ,. -tf hi mirk :it Kin. l"u"ul ' ,v . IVse wrongca persons, uiougu .uir own bread, beef and mutton :: ,id the bishop's venison, durst not - . . M M . with him who wiis iuuiceuur oi t,ou"h ho had neither law nor ;inlii proceeding." lie persisted . cni,-l act oi injustice even to me ; doatli ; but having brought on j'iIw hatred and maledictions of "t i,o couM not reft quietly in his u-hi? spirit was doomed to wan (at that land which he had, while jo niijtly appropriated to him " liso happened, however, as we ,vc!v int'ormed by his biographer, , a "certain night he appeared to ; B former tamiliar friends, ap- ;.loa tor..-tiT, all m green, with :A quiver, and a bugle-hum hang- , jiJo. To this gentlemen he iiinvn his miserable case. lie i: on acemm: of the injuries he poor while living, he was , to be the ...

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. — 1 July 1863

Y When the stack is nearly finished, only II11S Clone Ol nuiii; iiui", - . .;:fl;nffftf its sweets iuet before the a strong man can pitch up a iork lull ol scythe swept it down, and dwell upon the homes of ground-building bird and earth-burrowing animals and insocts, which the destroyer bus bare, But these thoughts have no place in his mind, lie may, while whetting his scythe, wan der how many more times he will have to sharpen it before he cuts his way up to the hedge, where his provision basket, beer bottle" and the clothes he has thrown off, Ire hi the shade, guarded by his dog, and when there slake his thirst. Many of those grasses which he cuts down so thoughtlessly arc aa beautiful as the rarest fl,vvr flint ovor bloomed, though they must be examined minutely for their ele- j she is milking as if it understood her, for gant forms and splendid colors. No i the flies make it is restless, and she is plumnge that ever nodded over the brow I fearful that it may.kick over the conten...

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 July 1863

77E BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DHCIIliirED AUK',:. UPAN THE HIGH AND THE. LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. (EV SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1863. VrOL. 10 NO. 31. SEXT1XEV less it is to obey our incomparable lYesi- Ul that event the snir1 lnnnnmimt: . nl-r ctJII v.-n t,nm II ,..itl I Inniln nnrl r.irrtv? nf Tfcirknoss and sine when no snock of relllinn lm Uon w 4. - -w iwjawtwi kuvnj CI 111 V ' IMJ AM. 4 XV C1VV 'iVA a. " " J J " " J v "-"- - more closely to the the amnesty provided in tbeso-called con- Dahomey, lrue our .state Lonstitution known within the vast limits ol tliat loyal division among the fiscation law which passed Congress last and laws, like those or Illinois and other State Ine rebellion in l,tah, which till more unhappy July. He is now proposing to accom- loyal States, will not permit tree negroes occurred during the reign ot the Old Pub- naiocRAT c- If :.. rMililislio.1 pvirv WiviiK-aliii .t.. ..11 i.:. ... - j -......v mi ...

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 July 1863

gtmocral anb j?ntthul. J. S. TODD, LUIilor & Publisher. JttY 8, 1 S. M. retteuglll &. to., Advertising Agents, 37 Pauk Row New York, and 10 State street, IJoston, are the authorized Agents for the " Dem ocrat & Skktinel," and the most influen tial and largest circulating Newspapers in tho United States and Canad&s. They aro empowered to contract for us at oui LOWEST TERMS. Democratic Ticket. Governor, GEO. W. WOODWARD of Luzerne Co. Judge cf the Stqvcmc Court, WALTER U. LOWRIK, of Allegheny Co- Assembly, CYRUS L. PERSUING, cf Jokrstown. Register and Recorder, JAMES GRIFFIN, of Johnstown. Treasurer, ISAAC WIKE, cf Wilinore. Commissioner, E. GLASS, of Elcnsburg. Coroner, WM. FLATTERY, of Juhntituwn. Auditor, F. P. TIERNEY, of Can Lria Tp. Toor JLuse Director. GEO. M'CULLOUGII, of MimsterTp. ' "COIXTV c'o.iimitti:i:. WILLIAM KI1TELL, Chnfrman. M. M'Gnire, John Smith. John Ferguson. John M'Dride, Thomas MTvernan, Wrn. P. Buck, Joseph Cole,- Mordomcrr IX.ualass, Joseph Gi...

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 July 1863

3 I 4 a n i u 11 it I t ? en ri n.j "i vr iu! t III :i k2 ca h:. i;oj 1 4 ' 7:J 5.50 .117 ft 5Ss 4:' 8-1 31 52 3'- S21 9" 5s 71! : 11 8:( 12 4 5i)J 67'. So- 207 151 5U 9T 447 023 740 32" 3H .261 175 911 472 460 71S 150 2 k1 312 232 540 80 655 551 500 sso o50 C4 OS"1 p' 13? 1 con The FI1 on Thursday. . irMuuKt July, 3, 1 r. M. The .Li.'- . .... ..? i-i i railCWOU lite uiuuaw uu Aiiuisuay, 'noon, and massed a heavy force '.. our' left Hank. Iiebcl prisoners p.rti'l the arrival of Longstreet's . The fiercest assault was upon , i ('orps, tnc imru. id was re- jbv some oi me most urimam !tJ'of the wholo war, in one of ; General Sickles lost a leg. It is It'tat he will survive, aa ainputa- Vis rueees sfully performed at once. V ti'ht Listed until, with unabated cue corps after another was thrown the Rebel columns en vutssc, which 1.1 im to the very mouths of tho l Our loss is very heavy, but c tiie enemy is tar Heavier, it is 'i iv the labels who were taken in -.' on our left, that Gen. Lo...

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 July 1863

M 4 will be ab'.e to withstand a bayonet rliarjru represenbiiive of the human race. This from t!wi American soldiers cf African ; influx .if negroes will do much to change descent, if made when tlu state of th ; their opinions, ami by the same means thermometer indicates cutaneous activity . Southern manners and customs will be and ciMTespondixi, perspiration. Time, come -radualiy introduced north of the however, will soon settle the diluted ' Ohio laid Potomac, rendering our people question You should further denounce all who ; complain of the sumv ot the l'otomac. unitecT and loving people, me lion and It has Ix-en in no sense a failure. It has i the Ian the contractor and the contra achieved more than any army in ancient J t:uid, vill lie down together, and then the or modern times has accomplished, under : milieu! jm will have come, Exeue the similar or equal ditheullies. Its bravery i haste ith which 1 write, and accept as w nnM.u.sfii.ru-L and iniustica is done, to s.irnnc -s ...

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 July 1863

r 1 r 3 la a ' a I v 3 3 III i?3 K 1 1 rrvl NEW SERIES. WEMOCIlAT ct- SEXT1XEL r U published every Wednesday 31 .irnins. at One Pollar and Fifty Cents Kr:mnimi, payable in advance ; Oxk Dol Iuiaxu Ssve.ntt Five Cents, if not paid T, six months ; and Two Dollar if L t juid until the termination of the year. No subscription will be received for a sorter period than sit months, and no ..istrihor will be at liberty to discontinue ;iht until all arrearages are paid, ex ,vj.t;it the option of the editor. Any pers v!i uhscriling fur six months wil be char- ,! Onb Dollar, unless the money i. in advance. Atlvertlslugr Iliites. One inserfn. Two do. TJiree do I-ire, 12 linesj $ 50 $ 75 $1,00 : pares 24 lines 1 00 1 00 2 00 ' -i!:.m's, 3o liiifs 1 50 2 00 3 00 3 months. 6 do. 12 do :;.;. .r less $1 50 :,.iu:ir.-, I 12 lines I 2 50 .pirns, 2 lines 4 00 ..;n. Li-.-s. (':; lie.es t; 00 h.i ;i o-'hiian, 10 00 $3 00 4 50 7 00 0 00 12 00 22 00 $5 00 9 00 12 00 M 00 20 0C 35 Ot I c man. 15 00 S I K C ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 July 1863

u 2, Hcmotrat anb tntincl. s-nrzh fr?&. J. S. TOOO, Editor & Publisher. ,1 S. 31. I"ctteiisIH A- ' Advertising Agents, 37 Park How New York, and 10 State street, Loston, are the authorized Agents fur the "Dem ocrat & Sentinel," and the most uiHurn tialaml largest circulating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. ihey aro empowered to contract for us at oiu LOWEST TERMS. Democratic Ticket. Governor, GEO. W. WOODWARD of Luzerne Judge ff the Supreme Court, WALTER II- LOWRIE, of Allegheny Assembly, CYRUS L. rERSIIIXG.of Julntown. Co. Co foul abortion of humanity who boasts of his influence in Carroll and Clearfield town ship?, and who with all the impudence of a bluc-bellied Abolitionist, tells you that you arc traitors and rebel sympathizer?, because you hold to the principles of De mocracy. The negro in his native land worships false gods and barker worships the negro and nravs from the New York Tribune. lie endorses and recites daily, the follow ing creed as compos...

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 July 1863

I i ' 4Uo ' liiohmoiiJ Diyatch, speaking Xc 0f Gettysburg, says : '. i, estimated at ten thousand . ,f Gettysburg. 1 let ween ;';,' r thousand bave arrived at 'j,,v 7th.) Generals Ann- , j..,.,!,., Chirneti ami Kemper Generals Scales, 1 emler, ' 1 . i ri'i "- I ffou:mel. me iaiih.i- army it 17a, UUU. Hie lighting i . . !j ... .ir -i i-ih nl i a ihrk cn le v:ir, and the slaughter un--(, I'lio enemy are said to l!t wvll- We captured 40,000 STATIONS. Altoona. ;..Ki:. m a July 13. There !e iioU market here to day, and Kive been made as low as 30 ier ffiini. -,;iv indicate that g'.Kxl news niiy has been received at Ualti- '.. , jr.ilAMA.u r.i Ij, ueceascu. Itiee ami receive the at v. 'i . n contract fur the sale of '.oil. F. A. SHOEMAKER, Ait rr.'v r.t I,:iw. El in-burg, I Galiitzin, Cresson, Lilly's Portage, W'ihnore, Suinmtrhill, Mineral Point, Conemaugh, Johnstown, f.c ttnh criher. appointed hy ..ur! t-; ii ; I i ia county, an .: :, the f;tt..I.- iii i'ii-' baud-' ..-.tj., I'Nq., Trus...

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