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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 9 January 1856

§umtons att& Stnttntips A CusiaoT or KaRoaa.—Guy, of the National l{otet,'^ubington, is said toresemblo Qoucmi Caaa so closely in his exterior, aa to give ruje to many mUUkca. The National is Huit* crowded this winter, and a guest, who had bten put into t/remote and inconvenient room, coming down stairs in the morning, a little cross, met Qenoral Gau in tbe hall, stepped up to him, and in Unguago more forc^blc and rapid than elegant, said: " Mr; Guy, . ni b« liangcd if I'll stand, it! You've pat me at the top 6f th,« honae! I {Boat have a room somewhere lower down."" ' Oen. Cass, .(interpoalng, and nervously,) Sir, you are muUlten in the oeraon you address. I am Uoncral Caas 1 of Michigan. ' - Stranger, (confusedly.) " Beg your pardon . General Caga—thought it was my old Mead <h u- t Beg a thousand.pardon* , Bir, All a mlMUke, I assure you, Sir." — The General passed out of the building, but soon returned, and/to lack would bavt it, the stranger met him at full ...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 9 January 1856

TJEUSEE'S CHEAj? OE0CBEY 8T0EI -*V> -<lrateful for tho pstronage so liberally l>e stowed ur»>n him by a goneroas earnranbitv *n* hope, bv »lri,-t attention to business, l« alw»yi fjutirftie lo merit tho approbation of kjUKpWolatinn puli to- -Me informs hfs frl.nds, o«,tomers7and thn puMw gonerallv, that he is prepared lo famuli them, at his woll known stand with evarv varlntv of OllOCEltlEN that mav "fil? C» wishing lo economise wifl please call and Mleot lieu [ Jroooriei of a,e, aa I am determined to gire tali! faction to all • • Jl"^ " _ . WILLfAM PBUNKB TO THE I*ADIE8-A8PLBSTOm BJi.«. S0 ^?' MKNT * f 0Mtn - «"»at*l«v... Linen Bdkflt.Thread Lao, ua Wnto ^ „,, he*,^sko md oolarwarrant*!, Gall and exaWno the dlif.r ont varieties, »t .[novJT],; KKAI.SH'H ^KPHYE WOESTM-TffiBBBT _ ??zE__ ' khalbh'b H UMES' EXTBA VAXXLY ILOtm. oonitantly on hand and (or sale by , „ .„ ...., -ias-.J. wxaUr, -J^lt_-___^ Mlleaburg D^n^wif^^ 8 - "wck TEnockaa * umnMx VS^tu T....

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 9 January 1856

pENHBYLVAKIA H0IEL, B. W. C0E . ^L, 11 "' th ° diamond, Ilvllefuuto, Ccntro Co. fa.—Thl< lsrge and oonvonianUy looatod hoasi having bacn coWploVily remuddlud, ropalrcd ami Improved, Is now opened for tbo accommodation ol the pg,m«. The proprietor of this est»bli»hmohl respeatfully informs his friends and th<i publio Ibal he bas spared neither pains nor « " iiMmsc, to render It ade.lrablo retreat to all who m«yfavor lilm will I eall.as he Is determined to do ill In his 1Mwor to prorntfte their eomfort and oonvonioncn Hi* Tabl* will always be aunpliod with tlio bo«l Ifcatihe oountry will aflbrd. ?a» Rooms are large and woll vcntillnte.1 Tfc* Htabtsug oonfl*el*d with the esUbllahment i| laria and •idelleat, and In charge of oareful and iixfirfeneed hosUen, / . Ke also baa erected sheds for the use of carrlag/s uidbu^M, , " " YStagss an arriving and doparUng dally. ¦ ' In short nothing shall be neglooted to give entire laUsfaeUou to those Tarorlng him with a call. 1- ' R...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 9 January 1856

XJJtraE JUQTJEBEEASGALLEEY, JaUl Tho blushing flowers fade from oartli, Youth'a beauties pass away ; . - Bat Barnhart's pictnres over bloom, 1 To sunk al Time's decay ' ' This Oallory is now oponild to th> public, under the control of . „ J. H BABNHART, " With fMillUos Tor Daguerrootyplng rarely equallod or twrhap* never surpassed in the oouTilnL VsoTr nulloir ton,, beautifully blended l64WltalioV«hadol ap*rf«oJ delineation of features anoTdrapeW and the nloasiug efoot Incident to a judicious Mriruro. monl of theattitude, a,e truly object. worthyVao small consideration, I,ik* many other branohoVpt scleooo, the most Important roqulsllos can onl/To oiUlned by years of practioal oxperienco and close obwmttior.. Of nreUwtr hare h«» tire adTairtagvs Tho«o who haxe friends they n>n<Jly ohoTlsh, should remamboi-dlsoasc may soon lay ils wlthorinir hand upon them Tbo vitalspark of lifo, tliat today imparts bright antiolpatioo» *i( the future t,,J Oonww may be wanin* ...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 9 January 1856

CALL AJTD SEE THE KEW G00D8!i N. W COHNEIl OF THK DIAMOND, RRCOND DOOIl, BKIXEPONTB, I'A. Th» urvlersi|rn*d woald roBaevtfully call the attentiun of his old frieudx-und the publio generally to bis now stock of VALL AND WTNTBR GOODS, which Ke Tranalely reoMCM. ItlS STocrHSMiJH Ifl part as follows - LADIE8 DRKS3 UOOD8 French Merino, Persian ^Twills, Caiihmerss, Di Lanes, Mohair Lustra, Bilks, Plaids, Ac. BTAPLK OOOD8. He has a full assortment of tuoh as are nsuallj kept in a eountrv store. HIBBONS, TRIMMINQB, to ' He has an snd less variety. BOOTS AKD 8R0M A very large stock of the meat substantial kind, and at lo* nrioea, WATS AND CAPS, For man . and boys, and of ovorY variety, v«rj cheap. REaDY'MADE OI-OTHINfl. A very exaeltapt aaaortmant, • OROC8RIES. - Always on hand all kind of Groceries, at as low prleos aa oan bo had elsewhere. HABDWTrh, QUrlBrfSWARE, And lu fact sverythtng usually kspt in a store. , |3"-> > urehaaers are respectfully invited to cslll «nd »oo ...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 9 January 1856

TO PElHTEES AHD FUBLI8HEA8 — PHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY ' n W » »omer of THIRD and CHJJ3TNUT Streot, Blll, , L. PKLOUZH pi'a«r5KHs t^, '" i?^ U "J 0D .1U " '""« "P«rio " o i ° , th " practical part of the business , and iiVtho mi,lnir ol metals, warrant him'In his n«ertlon that the l?ne »f his mannfaoture, eontarning muuh copper are a. nn«.)Pun.Tt.r.,4c Old WwSlSnhSS f no * J •I* oim " 1 1"' 0 " * trntil« «»«« p,t v>mA.

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

A 8CEHE IH SEAL LIFE • T Tho editor of tho Chicago. T4mtt, having been on the north Side of that city to ace a friend, wu recently prevented from-staetiag hi« olBc#, in conacquenoe of a ste^m-tug hating passed up the river with a small fleet ol reaselj in toir, one of which had been cut off and hauled in just west of the bridge, leaving tho "draw"'gtiil open. White waiting he witnessed the following tetne: Tho vessel we hivo mentioned hai,...boon moored, or madeTast outxide of nevcral eanal boau: and as w* stood looking at tho men upon her, one of them approached a f> mile, who had buem croaolied npoa the deck, and addressing her, pointed to the shore, then to the bridge," and then down to-wartf* (he throngtd and busy streets of living " , miring, headlong Chicago. She rose, picked- up a small bundle, from wbjgh ake dmv fertltk coin, which* she tendercl to the harjy sailor. He refused it, whatever it im , and lending By this time a large crowd of persons thronged th...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

. ' gfcsttllaHcons. TSZ ^' tOOKixU.TLOIlC * ¦ I ihavc heard ami rtad ' of many Unkind sneers atlroy poor relations. But I ncter ronpected the authors of such unhappy Mntimonta. •' Poor relations" generally carry as pnro and gonerous hearts under their jackets mid thin shawls, a.i the richest who %tt. hypocritically respected by.thoxowho are wishing them to die. . '.. . Tn 1827 I was apprenticed to Mr. Joel Scott.-a .stone-mason. II» waa U»n- ftfly pnevtar* of an , mnA y>g,aaltlL3aWa»lM! i tth n-M penarToni: IJbff co^tffiiia nR TOK ness for further worldly gains, though his constitution was inuili shattered by pnvious toil. Ilernjuiccd^nreaionablc days' work of his laborer*. He -wirs not Ka'.ialled with a fair service of ten hours at study labor. Ho demanded twelve hpon^ and usually Contrived to get thirteen. Ho was a n?hrrn<r and a Mcin flint. He onco poised a ti bafnV note to_mc that was rtfteen per cent, licloif : par, biit he would not pay me the 45 cents uJikh ...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

The lioenae lawi The present Legislature have beforo them (in important question in tho revision of tho license laws, Thc.ro is no doubt that tlie present Jug Law will bo repealed. The rote at tlie last election indicated that the people are onpoged to tho stringent provisions! of the lato law. A Ml has alread y been " offered for its repeal. Tho Pttlibwg Post reform ing to this subject , says that while, a large majority arc in favor of a repeal, they aro divided In opinion ns to whether they shall repeal ihe prevent law without providing a substitute In the form of a rcniodel and stringent, license Taw. Some conlend for tho jm- " medlatA repeal as tho first Btcp, and then tate thno «e> frame «r etnMtr.t fpptt ttcenso law aftorwards. Others -insist that both steps should bo Uikenjiimultaneopsly. While this is a subject of discussion in the House, Judg e Wilkiua, from tbo Committee, of the Senate, has reported a Wll to do both acts at once. *¦" .' Tavern kcepcrH ore d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

Preaohors turnod PfllitioiAn*. One of the deplorable edicts of (he Kpicail of Kuov-NqU»ingi«W>—«nd wliicli Ji.it '".en % WIUMI uf IJH><'. l.'*ftW>ny the vrrtuotix pird cerlajii denotninstions. have deserted I lie putpit for Uto political oriuv»,.w here, biripiicil of their SACraiioUl rubes, thejf'Jlpiicy^ witfi gtidi»tori»l challenge* for not only (!i6«« •greeiug with tUvm in religion, buCfor M who hold <}iflwent 9|)inions. Tlie spectacle is both dangerous and dUguating. It arouses our feara for that, morality which clings urouud the pulpit, becnuse it affords those wfeo are religiously sceptical, tho powrr to ridicule the divine calling, ajid thtu brin" disgrace upon the church. . Wehar« instances in our mind, where, these politico-preachers hare stooped to defamation and. false¬ hood, in order to destroy a fee, or ekyato-,,» friend. Take as example the conduct of Ibc R«T. John i. Ptan*—t«ke the fycycrend (mtlemes-^rbo f>»T» Uw cos.Lr...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

WISHES We wish that President Pierce may conliuuu to act as a intriot ami a statesman. Wo wish, that tbe Popo may rent easy un - dcr the thunder frum Centre county. We wish that the young ladies of Bf«efonte ^i»y all get good husband* beforo tlie expiration of the yev i and we also wish Jbe married folks all ttw sober and in+oxioaKng joys which are supposed to belong exclusively to the votaries ol Hymen. We wish the roecrrtrlucs jropd jobs; the merchant* quick cash jretorn»< the lawyers puinty of orients-: U / o doctorx a living number of patients ; th» parsons devout and at, tentireioongregalipni i aid thol^rmers good crops and high prices. ¦ . ;_ ' We wish, that all young ladiea who drea> slatternly through the day—to form* greater ophtrast to their evening- tfliktor^n** speedily change their habits. ' . Wo wish that a total reformation may be speedily effected it pur soojaj rtjalions; that candor may tako the place of deceit; truth, falsehood; honor, causali...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

Original !$Btlx$. J Written for th$ Dmocmtic Walcknan TO A 8IBTBE IH DISTEB8S, UT JULK8 JANIN, JR. "Tun of my rhttdrm dixi vtry nuUtnlv. A Oft ago IKmmiI tklir ruby lift, mud gaxnt vitk lov* into thrir healthful sparkling tytt. Vmttnlay I H« IlktHi in tit colt! nabrarti of dtath! Wttp with «M, intklr, for any Ion u mon than oMrtehjfming. , Not all an loat—tome (paAlf dtar V*t graoo Uia flre-ild* of home. T' - oherUh'd ope* maj disappear, Dul they to mmi'rr erer oome That I have and the lovM and bleti'd, The, very b.be that Tv* eareai'd, Now _ |inp bey ' ond a winter ikj, Sweet Alio«, ibVwIU ewe ' ll that l)jcnq Around '» great Rodoemer'a atulne—. ' ¦ And Mary will be lov'd bj HW, • ( Though fondlj onoe you oUlni'd her thine., Why ihojild t weop?—are they not gone, Peaoe cinblenu of parental love 7 They've paei'd old Jordan 1 ! Itormy bourn, That leads to endleta ' blu* above. E'en now, 'mid a wrapbb band, I hwr their about* of glee, wUah talie The flojrery lepliyri of a land...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

P«n«r»tio Cpunty Standing Committee ntUtfuAli—i. II. Mimiuiov Bog§t—John HnopR. ' Stniui—Jon* Hot." Ftrgnton—J. S. McCdaMlos. " ¦ ' Oturt—3. B. Fiiiim. / fan.V-J. U Komi. . v ___.. Howard—}. P. Pack«i. ¦ «• Jlalfmoou—l. II. HrxTM Ltitrlf—JWTl Ul'-OAULLII ' • " 'MHwhiirf- lUtmT LirTo«. MiUi—llcxjiihn Skitim. * Jfa»'»«—JeW Oawmu. ' . J*o;/««—'Tno»»» K, Bimu enn—Jaco^ Fixkkl AtbJk^-Jsssii t '(in. . ¦ - "•j »r»'n^— J. 8. BMIKlliat. „. fl<H«M».<>» Jw» T. llooriH. » 7V>»7sr—Wiluah Mi Tor. . , ' Union—OioEpc Pitksi. . W—ih—'Wn.LiAK W»uk«ii. *¦ WWi»r—JOBK BcniriltTZ

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

BKNRY IIAYB, 1 ..„,:.„.. ¦ WIEN FOBNET, I *¦»'«*•• TITB OSlT INOII8I1 DKMOCnATtC I<KWBPAPEB IN OKM'BB COUNTY, , U PHISTBD AND PUBLISBUD IN BXL^BPOVTl, • *virt winytapxy muiniko, BY JffEHHY HAYS, -»» TBIUffl-ai.M l» «tnn»j «r If paM within iU :"«mmi>. * ti<m'«m i»*Urge« in *n a**eerfe lloni running to Hie ond of tlm year. ADVKRTIBKMENT8 urn) Hutii.ru Nnliwi linrrt-• d at the uanai ratot, asul (jvory deaortplion of 7OB i»iMia-Ti»ro. EXECUTED In the ne.lcjl mannor.it I',* Itfwoit prieei, .#nd with the utmos. dcipatcl r Hatjnjr purehued a large eollwtlmi uf tvpc, n* ino rdepared to latiffy the ordeti ufour fcttmU •

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

wy Damooratic State Central \z mat roifiiiTTBF. t*»» At a MeeUnf of the Democratic State Ccntr«l Ooamlttoelield JJormihtr lit, 1853, ai Ih. Merchant'! Houl Philadelphia, Ui» following Itwoluttau wu adopted : ftuolriJ.Thf.tbt prmoeratlo St»u> Coti»enUon oTlSM, bo held on the 4th dar of Mareft next, In HarrUbunr, *l 10 o'clock, A. il. la pttnuanee of tha abore Ilriolulum the Convention will alermble at Hitrnflliurg, fur the nurpoM of soleattag Dolegatct to tha Drmooratic National Convention, and notniniittng ecandulate for Canal Cfitu-' Blkiioner, Aadltor (Jenenil and fiiirrevnr (Jmeral. J\MKljP. JOilStHTrtST Chairraao Bute Uontral CuttiuJUee. B.A G(m»i, |q^_,.,i..

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

mt W«tttraratt * KQT1L ANff KXAOT MSTIOK TO ALL.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

BBLLUFONTU, FENNA WKDNBItDAY, JANCABf SO. l '8O6

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

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Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

rt!Kna'o*r-onfBatAi< vkwm rrt »A good dray horsoiuXJaUibrnia, co«U 840D. - . ; . lCf -Th<;re aro 40,000 fugitive " niggere" in Canada. . •- ¦ , - - ¦' !E7"Tho popuUUio«'Of-Kao»a» w estimated at 70,000. - . • ICr -Tlie taxable inhabiUnts ofPonnsylva, nia, in 1855, wcto ' -5657166. ¦ , . -•-. iJv When onco infidelity An .|***t»4 men, that theyelHkiWi* Uke^nuUjBVtywin nbrfri bo \MgBfitJtoi like«ea«U, "al»o. __f0»An ' oii»n (»c9-b«nd of homo thieves Jjaajbeen diicovcted and broVenup in Westmo/eland comity. ... . , [Jv 'Tlic Cambria Iron Company employs fifteen hundred men. (CT-l'ctitions arc pouring into tho Legislature Tot an increase of the pay of Juror*. rr?-In Dickens' .la»t Chrtetmw and N»w Year's etory, "Tho fipWy Trio Tun," be acknowledges that thc-Americans are a"kind, generous, large hearted cfntl grtat people. 0"Tho enemies of the Democratic party, kind souls, aro very much alarmed lost that party fthnuld pirrsuo a course iliat may lead to " its defiiatJ ...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 30 January 1856

1MB Hirw«._ —The Cambria Iron Company, at their rolling mill and Furu«ceii, hi Johnalown, h»vr about fifteen hundred rim at work. - —Jtflerson Davis has been elected V. S. &cp*tet flpm Mississippi, by a Ocmocmtlc l^iiWurti ' witti « iMprriy <rf ftty-eigiit j —^lie diflknlticfl w i lli tho Indi»nK on tlir pbtnf leading to Utoli and Ctliibrnia, still routinue. Thrj arc tho ciuk of gnat cmlamMOMnt to cmigranU. —PBCltioni for the repeal of the liquor law •i» daily pouring into tbcLcgitlaturu. Borki r«:iMy Iwt already <ent in papers containing marly tbrt* thouiand signer*. -^-Ortr on* hundred retumn vrtn made by th* OsMtabb* of Lancaster county, of per-¦on Who bad TioUt*d »h«Jiqaor law. True WlUfcawbaeti found agaioat forty-»«»en. ~« ±Ocorg» W. C*u has bean •Ucted Prc«i-4«nt of the-Otio and Peonijlvsnia Railroad. TV brWeo tut the AIl*gtcny river in to be imnvdiaUly finished, thus securing the connection with tho Pcnnsjlrania Central Railroad. - —Tho work otyte N...

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