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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 16 December 1853

i i ii. im,:yi-nr,mmMm,-.jn, i n n i .1 , ; " p 1 . 1 1 11 1 , 1 .; Li, , m 1 M..j j li im m.LTt : : - ; . - rzr. 1- THE BLE3SIN'G3 OF GOVERXMEXT, LIKK THE DKWS OF UBA.YKS, SHOrTJ) BK DMTRIBlTTED ALICE UPON THK HIGH iXD TUB LOW, TUB K1C1I AND 1UK rOOB. EBEiVSBLRG, FRIDAY, DEf EMBER 16,1853. VOL. 1 AO. Jo- it ! t TERMS: The DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL is published every Friday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria county, r., at $1 SO per annual,; iym'J 1,1 advance, if not $2 will he charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will bo conspicuously inser ted at the following rates, viz : 1 square 3 insertions $1 00 Every subsequent insertion 25 square 8 months 8 00 44 " G 44 5 00 4 4 41 1 year 8 00 J column 1 year 30 00 44 18 00 Business Cards with 1 copy of the Democrat J Sntinrl per year 6 00 Letters must be post pnid to secure attention. WINTER. BT R. JOHNSOX. I mv, come circling to the ground. November's sear and yellow leaf, While dreary autumn strewed around ltd garb to wrap the soul in grief. All. melanchol...

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. — 16 December 1853

LI I-- ! i i -if DEMOCRAT AM) SEA'TISEL. RICHARD WUITE.. ..IIEXKT C. DEVIXE. WHITE & DEVINi:, Editors And Proprietors. EBENSBURG. FRIDAY MOIUNG:: ::::::DECEMBER 101. j Newspaper V. B. PALMER, the American Aecut, is the onbj authorized Agent for this pnper : - V.-. V,l- n.,.t PWld.Onl.ia in 1 1 1 i 1 1 f a vi i j - . - - 1 ,,n.l i HhIt empowered to take advertisements and nihxrriutinii at tbo r ites rcr.uircd by us. Ilia re- ec.pt. will be T?.lefl M payments. His offices jire Ronton, ScoIJnv s Bml'Jinjr : New lork, Trib- ne Imildings ; Philadelphia, N. W. corner Third and Chcstuut ts. TOR GOVERNOR, 5uijVct to the decision of the Democratic Convention FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. IIEMIV S. MOTT. Suhj'ct to the decision of the Democatic Convention.) To the Public. Thc announcement made in this paper, No vember 25, 1853, by the (then) editor, Mr. STpes, that "Money, due the establishment can be paid to Andrew J. Rhey," is incorrect ; the contract between Mr. Sipes and myself to that effe...

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. — 16 December 1853

DEMOCRAT AND SENTIXEI 1. LOCAL ITEEIS. Tnn Improvements. -The borough authoi itics have, through their employees, done much, du ring the past season, towards the improvement of our town in eemfoit and appearance. One thiDg particularly deserves our notice and approbation, which is, the new and extensive plank walks constructed in different parts of the borough there are, however, some few matters which fur ther deserve attention, and while the days are so fine we hope they will ba attended to. Some good substantial crossings are much, very mucU to be desired at various points on tbs streets and especially between I.itzinger and Roberts' corners; and at or near the corners of Capt. Mur ray and Mr. John Dougherty. The alley between Dr. Ix-nion anil Capt. Murray, as well as the one bet ween M. M. O'Neill's shop and the property of Mr. (leorgc J. Rudgers, need planking at the poiuts where they intersect the pavement with these finishing strokes, and perhaps sonic few others quite as nee...

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. — 16 December 1853

New Cabinet Ware Rooms. JAMES 8. TODD informs the citizens of Ebens burg, and the public generally, that lie 1ms opened an extensive and varied assortment of Cah inet War in Mr. ltobert Davis' new building, Mnin etreet, nearly opposite the Mansion House," where he will be happy to bare theui call and -iraio his KttSCMAti Y, WALNUT, CHERRY ANDOTHEB YARIETIES OF El RNITLBE, C n sis-tin? iu part of Sofas, Bureaus, 9a files, Bed C.eads, Secretarys, Stands, sc., Ac He will have constantly on hau l an cxeellei.1 as sortment of Fancr and common Chaius, whicu he m til sell lower than ever before offered la this place: Kverr article ordered will be made in the most workmanlike manner, of the beat materials ; and REPAIRING of all kinds will be promtly attend ed to. His terms are CASH, and being determine i t scli low. and keep none but good articles, lie hopes to receive the patronage of a discriminating public. Kbonsburg, July 29, 1S53. llld; OH, and leather More-. D. KIRKPATRIOK, TTo. 21, 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. — 23 December 1853

THB BLKSSIN-G3 OP GOYKRN1IKNT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULP BE DISTEIBUTKO ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND TUB LOW, TUB RICH ANO THU POOH. NEW SERIES. EBEXSiilM, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1833. VOL. 1 AO. J. The DKMOCU.VT & SENTINEL is published every Friday mgruiug, in Ebcnsburg, Cumbria county. Pa., at 1 50 per annum, : aid in adcanee, if not ?2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will bo conspicuously iuser tei at thc following rates, viz : 1 square 3 insertious $1 t)rt Brtry subsequent itueruoM 25 4 iuare 3 months 3 00 0 " 5 00 " " 1 year . 8 00 $ oluuiu 1 year 30 00 " 18 00 Busiuoss Carda with 1 copy of the Istmocrui $ Smtinrl per year 5 00 Letters wust be post pnid to secure attention. ricjinal Jlortrg. For the Democrat and Sentinel. To Miss E. C . Oh ! tis sweet in a world of deception like this, To find one true heart that to friendship is given, .And feel in its confidence earth's only bliss, That mortals enjoy upon this side of Heaven ; Then turn not away from me that gentle look, T...

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. — 23 December 1853

ft ' i : V ft 1 m 11 - 1 -.: '11 i -I !,-( h. Si if I. .' "5 1 2 - i : i ! i f f T '- t r, i .- -i : f - t e ; i L -'" - W r i f iff 1i f i i V 1 Vf -! 1 DEMMIT !!) M.VMilL hhhard- wirrehr::::::":::::::::::::iiEXRY c. i.'Kvink. WHITE & DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors. EBEffJSSTJRG. rRIDAY M)IlN-l.r;:::::::::.:::::!)ECEMBKR 2.5. V. R. PAT.MK", the American Newspaper Agenc. is llie only r-UMnrtz. I .l?ri tor this paper u the cities of IJ-js'on, New York aiid i'hiladel- pnia and is duly e:npower-ed to take advertise 'merits an 1 s)lscrip:ii:i at the rates required l-v nn. His rce;pis will b? regarded as payments, llisotli us are IViston. Sooilav's P.nil lin": New York, Tribune IJuMings : Thiladelphhi, N. Y. cjrncr Third and (."he-iiul Sts. FOR (JOVKKNOIJ, WILLIAM BKiLEll. I $:Jy-:t to (It 'kr'nkm of Ik? I), ot'icrutic CvHVinln ; Hill CANAL CO.M.MISSFNFlL HBiVBV S. 3I0TT. . J-j t ti the d fiion of the I) micriti-. C'jntiu:imi' Will it arise Again. The whig party the great whigrarly ...

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. — 23 December 1853

- r H'l ti I -i i v l 4 - A I I M t ! i I Imoertt and; sextiiel. ' ; LOCAL ITEKS. , ' . Coal. This valuable combustible now so gen citilly used for fuel and other purposes, is distri buted in different varieties, and in rich veins throughout every square mile of our County. Ani citizens lo3-ond our count- will be astonished that the inhabitants of sublime Ebensbnrg, liv ing, breathing, and walking upon a soil pregnant with minerals of many kinds, should pay as high ten cent per bushel for coal. This state of things is owing to the distance f the mines from the market. The nearest coal bank tom, is that i.f Mr. John O. Given, who with bect-ming energy supplies us with large quantities, at seven cents per bushel. Other qualities, have to be hauled ns far as six and sev tn miles, over bad roads, and all sell readily at vn cents. It is said that coal will be soon brought from ne.r Carrolltown, on the plank road for about seven or eight cents per bushel. The Car lolliown coal is represen...

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. — 23 December 1853

JU ( ; c 1 ' : i : 4 ! i JVew Cabinet lVaro Rooms. JAMES S. TODD informs the citizens of Ebens bnrg, and the public generally, that be hns opened an extensive and raried assortment of Cab-tn-t War la Mr. Robert Davis' new building. Main street, -nearly opposite fh "Mansion House," where he will be happy to bare them call and ex amine his MAHOGANY. TVALNCT, CHERRY AND OTHER , VARIETIES OF FURNITURE, consisting in pert cf Sofas, Bureaus TaSies, Bed stead, Secretarys, Stands, &.C., &c. He will have constantly on hanJ n exec lent as sortment of Fancy and common Chaih, which he will ecll lower than ever before offered m this rdnee. . Every article ordered will bo ni.vlc in the most workmanlike manner, of the best materials ; ami REPAIRING of all kinds will be promtly attend ed His terms are CASH, and being determined to sell low, and keep none but good articles, he hopes to receive, the patronage of a discriminating public Ebensburg, July 20, 1853. Hide, Oil, and Leather Store. D...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 December 1853

TUB BLESS1XGS Of GOVERNMENT, I.IKK TITT5 DEWS OP HEAVEN", SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTE! ALIKE UPON THE niOn AND TIIK LOW, TI!E RICH AND TIIE POOR. SEW SERIES, EBEXSBURfr, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1853. VOL. 1 AO. 17. b.4 M V l!1 Ifv4 4 in I . I M tJ T 12 It 31 S : - be DEMOCRAT & SfeNTINEL is published every Friday morning, iu Ebeusburg, Cambria county, ra.t at $1 50 per annum, if paid in advance, if not $2 wilt be charged. ADVEKTtSEMENTS will be conspicuously inser ted at the following rates, vii : vl square 3 insertions $1 00 Every subsequent insertion 25 1 square 3 months 8 00 " 6 5 00 M " 1 year 8 00 I column 1 year SO 00 " 18 00 Business Cards with 1 copy of the Democrat Sriifinel per year 5 00 HfBf Letters must be post paid to secure attention. from the Waverly Magazine. WINTER. BT WILttAM RXRLE HINDER. OomWh tho winter, With ico and snow -Hark! to the hoarse winds How they blow. Hug thyself closer, The dreary time's hero, The gloomiest season Of all the whole year. Cometh tho winter ...

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. — 30 December 1853

JU X P. It It ft -.ft T DESOfEiT MB SEXTSNEL Fmrr.inD whits :::::::::::::::::::::iiENnY c. pkvink. "WHITS & Eiiicrs and P.-or-rietors. Fit ID AY MORNING :::: -DECEMBER CO. V. B. PALMKR, Agent, is tlic . '.' the American New aver I horh.-d Ae, rv.t for this paper j k and Phikvk-l- in the cities of Bcston, New Yor nbia ar.'I iehdy empowered to take adv weuls and subscription at tho rates required by us. His receipts will be reesvded as payments. His offices are Boston, Seoliay's Building: Mew York, Tribune V.:'!. liners ; I'hiladc-lphia, N. W. corner Third anil Chesnut Sis. FOIl GOVERNOR, WILLIAM. OIGLEB. f Sv'j'cet to the dtcisU-n of (he J:i,ucra'.!c Curt (! ri FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. HEXRY S. MUTT. lu'jtct to lit d 'iion of the Dem ocratic Cn fratfrn CCT'Tfce Message of the President of the Unite-el 5 ates has clicked much commendation from the prejudiced of all parties. It is an ably written locurnent, and refers to the various interest? of he country in a very clear and satisf...

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. — 30 December 1853

S t" i DEMOCRAT AP SENTINEL; LOCAL ITEI.IS. j fy Winter in its rudest fonn is here, the f:rec blasts of Boreas are Wowing around our of fice, and miniature snow Cakes are insinuating themselves into every crevice and cranny in the frame work around us. The last few days have been exceedingly cold, and tho weather has as sumed that settled shape of steady freezing; which indicates a longs Fjxll of bitter cold. The old year is taking its departure in a sullen mood, and gives us amle icicle touehings as it ap X;roachcs its termination. "Wc have every reason for gratitude for the glorious autumn which has passed. The weather was mild, the sky serene, the atmosphere pure and balmy. No place on the Almighty's foot stool is more favored than this region. Our thanks are eminently due for the blessings around us. Health ! the " Poor man's riches and the Rich man's bliss," prevails throughout the country, and our people have bec-n more than ordinarily exempt from the maladies jjcouliar to mou...

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. — 30 December 1853

JUL r: Si ! i it . 'tl 'i i i ! IV. t 4. ; ,- ' ' i 1 : J i r. i r 1, .t Agricultural. Education of Farmers. It is a curious inquiry why the knowledge of agriculture progresses so slowly ; and why it has attained so little in this country. It is fact which we are all willing to concede, that our productions are littlo more than one-half of what they should be, and far 1cm than what they arc elsewhere ; and yet wo seem to he content to Lido our time, and be satisfied with results, when accident or chance shall produce them, or when we shall bo jostled from tho " old way" by the wming.gt-ncralion. More than seven . hundred years before the Christian era, Isaiah prophetically 6peaksofn threshing machine, ' behold I will make thee a new sharp threshing instrument having teeth." And yet this intimation, pointing out almost the very structure of the machine now in so common use, was not realized until tho nineteenth centu ry ; and then received with a doubting caution that well nigh dampe...

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 January 1854

"HO ULESSfNUS OP GOVKRNjiEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE D(STRIHUTY:r) ALIKE VPOX THE milll AM) THE LOW, VUE Rlcn ASP 1I1K tWOf, H1 mmmm, friday, January g, is-54. VOL 1 X0.I8- ft 4 i I f - TERMS: IPfae DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL is published every Friday morning, in Ebeiibburg, Cninbria county, l'a., at !fl 00 per annum, if paid in adcanre. if not 52 will be charged. ' ' ADVERTISEMENTS wiU be conspicuously inser ted at the following rules, viz : 1 square 3 insertions . $1 00 Every subsequent insertion 25 1 square 3 mouths 3 00 " 6 " 5 00 " " 1 year ' . 8 00 . column 1 year SO 00 '. 18 00 business Cards with 1 copy of the Democrat 4 Sentinel per year 5 00 Letters must be post paid to secure attention. popular ung. My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night. The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home. 'Tis summer, the darkies are gay, The corn-top's ripe and the meadows in the bloom , While the birds make music all the day. The young folks roll on the little cabin Hour, All merry, all...

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 January 1854

DEMOCRAT AXD SEXTI.MIL ribhard v-HiTE:::::::::::::::n::nEXKT c. pkvixk. WHITE & DEVIJTE, Editors and Proprietor. EBENSBURG. JN1RY C ' . - , FRIDAY MORNING ::::::::: V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper A"ont, is the only authorized Agent for this paper j inthc cities of Boston, New York and Philadel phia and is duly empowered to take advertise-j meats and subscription at the rates required by us. His receipts will be regarded as payments. His offices are-Boston, ScoHav's Building: New York, Tribune Buldings ; Philadelphia, N. W. corner Third and Chesnut Sts. rrr - FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM BIGLER. SviJtcl to the Jtcition of tie Demoeraiit C'otilin FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. HENRY S. MOTT. SuVrnt to the (I'd ton of the Democratic Coareutiau'x The Governor's Message. We have not been favored with a copy of this document, but have seen an abstract of its con tents. The message presents a very flattering view of the affairs of the Commonwealth. It 6hows that both the funded and the floatin...

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 January 1854

DEMOCRAT AND SENTINEL. LOCAL ITEMS. Irrkgclaritt of Mails. TTe are continually annoyed by complaints fiom our numerous sub scribers along the line of the Rail Road. They say that they do not receive the "Democrat & Sentinel" until the Tuesday or Wednesday after publication. Now this is vexatious, but we pro test against being charged with the blame: part of our edition is always stricken off on Thursday night, and the balance on Fiiday morning: they are regularly mailed from the Ebensburg office, and we cannot comprehend why it is that they arc not received in time for distribution at every office on the Rail Road by Saturday afternoon at farthest. Thus far we have been able to trace the delays or detentions to only one post office Along the line of Rail Bead ; and to this office we will turn our most earnest attention, unless the abuse is speedily reformed. A Good Commencement. President Pierce, Queen Victoria, Emperor of Russia, King of Hoi Sand, President Santa Anna, Emperor ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 January 1854

''' !. ! ". ... t , ?': ' 'V1 m ' r ; , l i H. crmimtraf. - . c vuia lur constnictinr -u seeping stables ; m order; the comfort, - i ' consequently tho health and thrift of the " should b. kept in constant ve" W ! eu satisfied with th- im., pure air taint it sufficient to open a sole 'wullJTr or looroccastonlr, for this purp-e. This usually throws in a cold current ahut the animal's feet, warmer and fouler air remaining, by its less and unreachoKUae umr P.rt tube, running up like a small chiminr. .... . .nrw.-ff in tt-Jiw-7i tho current mav be reerula- v, . . ted according to tho coldness or windiness of the weather, by a wooden valve, is tar better. Clean- liness under foot is another very imKrtant ingredient to the comfort of animals. This can be secured only by a good stone or plank floor, Tery frequent cleanings, and a sufficiency, not 1 1 1" 1 . 1 . ipcniDunaance, 01 ci can anu arr niter, lie- t.uK.... ; v 1 .l.-... - t t j rr t. 1 . 1 .... . '11 l)r v Salted Spanish . I Iido.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. — 13 January 1854

- " - . I ' f. " 1 .-Sk .t-fciat,. MV- m. -w . - ' ! I 4, i I nr MRtmrnmrr .sm - . T mkm Ml A7Sl A"S-. J TV . K f A A. A. t, 1 .' . II TIIK BLKSMNeiS OF GO VEaSMtiS-T," L1KU THE DEW'S OF HKAVKV, SHOULD BS tfI3TKlBUTl.U ALIKS LTOS Tilt DKiH AND THE LOW, THE. RICH AND THH rooR. MY SERIES. EdENSBURG, FRIDAY, JANUARY '13, 1854. VOL. 1 0. 19. V . . . , . .a .S. -.'! -J. I -4 TERM S :' . ' "' ine DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL i 'publUlieJ every Friday morning, in Ebensbeirg, Cumbria county, . I.,tl 60 per annum, if paid in adrunee, if not S2 will b churH , . Advertisements win be conspicuously iuer- i wi hi, inc lunoiring riiios, VII : 1 square 8 insertions f 1 00 25 8 00 6 00 8 00 SO 00 Every subsequent insertion 1 square 8 months g ' " 1 ye-ir J column 1 year 18 00 Business Cards with 1 copy of the Democrat j Stntintl per year 5 00 SNtyi Letters must be post paid to secure attention. Stint odrn. ' From the American Union. THINGS THAT NEVER DIE. FISLHX jonxsoN. Bright things of earth can never...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 January 1854

DEMOCRAT JKD SEKTIKEL. m beard wnrrE::::::::::::::::::::::HKXRT o. devixe WHITE & DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors. EBENSBURG. FRIDAY MORNING:::::: -JANUARY 13. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, iNew i ork and I'hilaelel phiaand is duly empowered to take advertise' tnenU and subscription at the rates required by as. His receipts will be regarded as payments His offices are Boston, Scollay's Buildiujn New York, Tribune Bladings: Philadelphia, N. W. corner Third and Chcsnut Sts. FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM BIGLER. 5u?jf to tht decision of the Democratic Convention - FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. .HEM S. MOTT. Subject lo the d-cision of the Democratic Cnnrtnion C7 We are under obligations to Messrs. Cress well, Collins, Daugherty and Humphreys, for many favors received ; and like Oliver Twist, we will " ask for more." "We, are also under a particular compliment to Our wide awake Representative in Congress for many fa...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 January 1854

DEMOCRAT AND SENTINEL; LOCAL ITEMS. RoBBfiR at Johwstowx. Miles Ben ton, Con stable of Johnstown borough, brought to our County Jail ou Monday last, three lads charged with robbery. A correspondent of the Daily Union, says : " " Three boys, probably 16 or 17 years of age, came to Johnstown on New Year's day, and put up at Magill's Hotel, registering their names as Wm. Lendon, S. W. Townsend, and Louis Town send, all of Columbia, Lancaster county, Pa. They left there soon and went to Mr. Zent's tav ern, and pledged a geld watch for their boarding. On Sunday, the inst.. when Rev. J. Martin, Lu theran Preacher, and family, were at Divine Ser vice, these boys entered his house, and breaking everything open, took away one thousand dollars "in gold and silver, one set of silver spoons, and " gold pencil, chain, &c, When Mr Martin re nrned and found everything torn up, he made inquiry, and founcLout that these boys had been a feout the house. They were seen to leave it and ascend the h...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 January 1854

IHV Crttyvott's Improved Extract of .-: YELLOW DOCK ft BAS8&FABZZXA v . . THE original and only genuine preparation for the permanent care of consumption and dis. mmi of the luugs -where they are suppoved to be affected by the two free use of mercury, iron, qui nine, &o., &c. .. The Medicine, when used according to directions, "Will Cure, Without Fail Berofala or Kings Evil. Cancers, Tumors, Eruptions t af the Skin, Erysipelas, Chronic Soro-Ey Ringworm or Tetters, Scald Head Kho- umatism , Pains in the Cones or Joints, old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling f the Glands, Syphilis, ease ; of Kidneys. Loss of Ap- ' - petite. Disease ar rlsiog from the use of Mercury, . Pain in the Side and Shoulders, General Debility, Dropsy, Lumbago, Jaundice and Costive n ess. Saline, Mich., Oct. G. 1S51. Mr. John D. Park Dear Sir: It ia with unut terable feelings of gratitude that I am able, thro' the divine providence of God, and by the wonder working agency of that excellent medicine, Guy sot...

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