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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 October 1858

T 1 1 t; ii democrat & Sentinel. of the best practical burners in the county, n- i Youns Han, Attacli Yourself to the Demce l.ibitcd a fine ht of pea hes and apples. One dozen quinces from II rs. M'Viekr were the fi nest on exhibition. Joseph U 1j exhibited a racy- It is important for every young roan to slaud ribt in politics as well as. other mat- OFFICIAL ELECTION RETUBHS OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. 1 ! - . ti, ...i. it..,.v...--..i.'i.t itk of Jeisev pippins, Thomas II. Thomas . " i i . . i i .i ,f ...- v,rr themselves wan a permanent organization. 41 basket of Ohio apples, bth of which were crj , i . , - . , ,1- - r I 1 iie party is ci.-csiMtut witu the foundation fine. A laijie number cf fi ccm ens of corn,, ' J . , . . .. , . 1 ,t our renubi.eau institutions, and ihree- rabed t!.e present ymr, wcic n cxl.ie-.tmn, aiu. ; .iartr,r3 pf t.e ccnfur- iias eo CT,twiued it in ; j.ioveJ that this is a I that exlin it this i a "cru -rowing toimiy--- j ta0 jnythutiwns -of our caiutry,: that ...

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. — 13 October 1858

From Hcrpera JJitgazine'fhr Oitchcr. "IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN.' pew 'and sciss6rs. rtuin ou.- thanks to our cuter- ! Willi beavy head tent on l,er 5 hiding baud, f.i'en.fo Mtsars Davis & Ji.mj. for 1 And half Hushed chtck, bathed-in a fevered -cut of a Shove 1, which proves Very; liiljt lt' &e r,f,ieIlt t'n,e t3 our one ' v',n rt'stlls lips, and most unqubt eyes, ' ''ijsfdup" We would also s.tar3 ; A maiden sits, and "looks out t n the nigl t. . ! ' c--. t, ..,.! The daikness 'liress. close aeamst the pane, s , .r.rfcalil ill ui rt.ii 11 ubiiu ,:Ce1' ... LATEST. NEWS. . . . . - , - r TLe CveriaLd ilail.' Wasuincivn. Oct. 9. 1 he President received a tt-lefrrsj liie dis patch fn.Tii John Euttct field. President of t 11 e and brfet assortment of And silence licth on the tiro tice old. Thiough wbce wit faced Dcon .1 the Wgfst , TCrli ought to Ebeiisbutg, under tie rrt cf tbeir pviuc v... j In fitful k.m as though 'twere over bo Id. 'tri- ! She hears the vvind upon the pavi incut fal...

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. — 13 October 1858

r 1 ? j i i i j i Tub New York Crstal Palace was en tity destroyed by fire, on Tuesday, the Gth iust., together with all tbc goods on exhibi tion there, the American Institute Fair being in full blast at the tinje.: Loss half a million dolors. Facl JJokfuy has turned the tide of battle in his favor on the chess-board, and there re mains only one game out of seven to decide the championship between Harwitz and him self. IJarwitz is said to be the first player in Eifrope, and is employed by the owner of the Cafe de la Regeuce to play there agaiust all challengers. JCjTTo make a man a patriot, all that is wanted is a frit of circumstances a wife and a baby. bbtrtistmtnts. 66 TERMS: lEMOCEAT A LONTINEL' IS PUB- lished evtrv Wednesday Horning at Oaa Dollar and Fiftt Cents per annum, arable in advance; One Dollar and Sevkstt Fivk Cenxs if not paid within six months,, and Two Dollaks if not paid until the termination of the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six ...

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. — 20 October 1858

i rf PEN AND SCISSORS. ' In coi,t,r1ucnce of uavinS delayed the cation of our Pal,cr 'ast wcelc until Sat f,,r the pin-pose of laying before our ' 3ers thc official returns of the election in jjfscouuty, we arc compelled lo issue a lialf , "ot ,vce ,n orcr bach to our ulr publication day. is6is SfiiMEi:. V.Te arc now enjoying de , fi Indian Summer weather. The air rfcetly trauspnrcnt, ana me urccros sou, balmy and pleasant. I his Is truly the for coutemplatien,and opens the hearts Jf l0D af even the CAMBRIA COUMTY, SS. . The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the Sheriff of Cambria cointy, gree ting : If William KittelL Executor of the last will ami tosta'incV.t of Jacob Be- he, dee'd., make you secure of prosecuting his claim, then- we command you that 3-011 $ummn, by good ami lawful summoners, Susan M'Coy, Peter M'Coy, Johnrtjy,?arTcr George C. K. Zuhm and Hubert A. M'Coy, assignees of ths said John M'Coy, anil Michael Durhin aud Mary DurVm. wife of the said Micahael Durbin, and Hugh...

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. — 20 October 1858

fl'.HKAV, Editor and I'ut-llaltcr. EBEN3BURG. ved:;i:sday MORNING:: :OCT 20. THE LATE ELECTION AND ITS RESULT. It isreccrdedin Lis lory that when the cele 1 rated llonry Do Mont fort surveyed the Lor-fcs cf his eueir.v befira th? l -tt!ocf Evesham, he in voluntarily exclaimed, "Hay Go 1 Lave mercy on mr fc::1s, f.T cur todies are Prince Edwards'" If wo had net an "abiding confidence in the in telligence, patriotism and discriminating judg ment cf the American people," we would feel inclined t give utterance to a similar exclama tion at the present tir.ic. Every clique and faction in the land, nre now united and . working together fjr tho purpura tf defeating the Demo cratic party. Eu t this apparently friendly, sin cere and fraternal union cf the "clans," reels on a sandy foundation. Their only object ia to se cure tho epoiis of office. They hate each other with an intense and holy hatred, and it is impossi ble for them to hold together until, much less during, the compaign of 1860....

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 October 1858

'' 7 S L v.. 11 4 THE BLESSJXGS CF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR, 0 EBENSBURG, OCTOBER 27, 1858. VOL. 5. NO 49 YEOMAN OR WiHE. D Y 1'. WAUD. r,iaL.c of Wine- at entertainments ,4 .,.,. "foclharily reformer ! or wme, WclwtitUU' 'Alien ;,, Mcxs d luc presence is warrocf hIjo of tho vine. .111 U1H!.V J , are Jill "p ro vt in n from two i . i i l'I '.'.h w;is iiisi r"uVl'-' I'il.lll rk-'T 111 I'.i ni i. , b.irroi-s ;'a- b'.-uaty l.'.s whisky, ,.c;,aiic will be i'ut:i;.i t.) rue: ...r,v.s .-hfi a spirit :.ru In.iky mountain dew. i.ji-ks in the tin i ? o'it--. in Mil; .r. t:lJM--IliJ W.t'. ir. ,;t:'' what might be expected from parents so sim ple an J so good the young men intelligent and well con Ju cted; the boys docile and prom- lU .Mdcnt o nc ""UUw? ! beaded, rcsy-c becked puppet as ever was the ,raraci,M.iuB.Juu. u, """ net and nlavtl.innf ; lVrr fw;i Tf?c ; r r j - - - vtir, .. jc, uowever, wita. tue...

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. — 27 October 1858

democrat & Sentinel. certainly occupies, at the present time, an unen viable position. Those who once esteemed and admired him have deserted him, while he is fol t I lowed, courted and flattered by a crowd of men j fuuows . who loathe and dcspisa him. His unfortunate career should prove a warning to aspHng poli ticians to curb their vaulting ambition, lest it overleaf s itself, and coi-.signs tLtru to merited ! oblivion and the contempt of their fellow-citizens. THE STATE TICKET. Tho official vote as received for the State ticket at Harrisburg, may bo summed up as C. X Hl'RRAV, Fdllor and PublUlitr. EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MOUSING: :OCT 27. THE DAWNING LIGHT. 'Sometimes," says Bulwer, "towards the end of a gloomy day, the sun, before but dimly visible, bieaks suddenly out, and clothes the landscape with a smile; consoling us for the idoom and sadness which has just vanished." .hut so has it been with the Democratic party recently. The result of the late elections in Ohio j and Penn...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 October 1858

PEN "" j..vf received a communication , ft Wuitk. It win appear ou our ,i- 1. i.f t been favored with even jT U C of rai" i l'8 reg"ic,:i country i" rtid consequently we hear " . "; ;:i both town arjd country, :r i.f lls ft-nrcity of water Nearly i "'. in tlie county have been obliged i i (lr tV.o present. The fall crops j-owo, arc also said to be suffering i'roiu the drouth. Nearly all the w cur town arc completely "dried cd it rea eare at our ten,per , will he compelled to rtsort to '.Ucr .'.iiuulating in order to prevent -.elves fro:u &yM& ct tDirst- As irr'ti'u ii the first law of nature, wLo iii.mf il.cni under the circun stauccs? .1 LI"'"- It gives us great pleasure to announce that Judge Wilkins has fully recovered h:s wonted health, and is as well as be has been COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. A Court of Quarter Sessions of Cam bria County. And now; 16th Oct., 1858, upon the petition his announcement will give f sundry qualified electors ot the County of 6 ! ...... ....... . ....

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 October 1858

miscellaneous Won't lit. There is, not a thousand mike from IudianAiiuli:, a very consequen tial lawyer by the naiuo of Smith, and what ever ruay be the value of his opinions in law, hia opinion of himself is ccrtaluly a very en larged aud ecmprchcnsivo one. Ilis exceed ing grjdi natt4rc nukes amends, iu a great measure, for tliis foible of his, and he is a rcat favorite among the members of the bar. Smith vicited Washington, jut as other great men have dune, and Smith was intro duced to Mr. Buehauan. On hls return his friends gathered about him, and he related to them the following incident. Said he : 1 received an earnest invitation from the President to call upon him as soon as he learned I was in the city. I did so, of course. When I arrived at the White House the President was iu consultation with the Cabi net; but the moment he received my name he dismissed the Cabiuct, and invited me ia. We had a long aud confidential conversation in reference to public affairs; and I gaw him...

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. — 3 November 1858

Irrnoimu lg J1 ;j i ; .' 5 ' o? ' i y THE BLESSINGS OP GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTElJiUTSDl ALLXE UPON THE HIGH AND TEE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR- jfiW SERIES, EBENSBUItG, NOVEMBER 3, 1858. VOL 5 no. 50 my in b m m m m m in VP omtu imitation. 4 Hi tic 'J HI r a 1)1 "n F xTjIme C 'oon, Editor of the "3Ioun- , '"' ! Peik ?lu: n l" rrBrsc f lluraaD cvcnts , imn necessary to hold what our old M3 IT 11 7 J Col Kcan WOU1U can u iuaii cunjau '' .. .. r Srticlcbea'lM -UCi!. iv. u uue, nuiuuiT Aose venomous, slanderous aud malieious falsc attacks upon the writer of this com- municatiori, ' -' - o Ivuutsineer ince its oa no. T confess, it is rather flattering to rue, iter having been politically used up, uo roved sdJ dainned by the small clique of c.e.3eeters around LoensbU'g (.irAo do not of sanctity difTused by you, would have avtr- ! by the proper authority, to select conferees ted that catastrophe which has since stood j to meet with others from Blair and Clear ou...

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. — 3 November 1858

f ' f m).'j!a EJrmocrat & Sentinel S. O' BVHRAY) Editor mid Publisher. EBENSBURG. EDNKSDA? MORNING: ::::NOV. 3. OUR NATIONAL SIN. We Americans arc naturally an excitable peo pie. It is certainly our misfortune ns a ntion that we are too easily imposed upon by tLe bold and designing. ly those who have no recommen dation save that of impudence, and the indispu table evidence they afford that the blush ef hon est shame never tinged their cheeks. We seem to derivo a real pleasure from being humbugged. We refuse to leara anything in the school of ex perience, although fihe occasionally forces a les son oil us, for which we pay very dear. Deceived to day, we are equally liable to be imposed upon to-morrow. While dismissing Kossuth as n worthless impostor, who had grossly imposed on our patriotism and liberality, wc gave a youthful singing girl not only a cheerful, but an nthusiastic, welcome, as though she was some thing more than mortal and did not perceive that we had been humbugged...

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. — 3 November 1858

li st ' to .; la I o s- ;? I- ' i Hi u, j Ut ; u- S- ,o. j. Is, (-. U !;; r r fir S si- ; ; 1 i :cr ?ir irn ' ern is hti to. Me in? l.'S-' ou. - S re y. i till . lino i i Tin jn : ?n and he in,: cn- ',.ur t-ri- Ab iary and in llCH lb-" able in- ,kcd Iiad euro nr.d ;rIed an 1 i per and y to were i'ort have , sell cL f Jo- not d, io ' fifty :riog itbat stand ate penanp scissors. TXTnot think there la a town in i o.-ffl of the same population as I'nltlM fc-K,w" , bare, where there is a less quantity of jting liquors consumed annually, We Mllfikr.t that a iuU.-fc 6 - tUnMtwfjall ihepiiVaZ wants of our :r ,.ir;0 that time, and leave a supply ,4" w and vinegar. This speaks well th- sobriety aud good morals .of the Eb- , If Gough the temperance lcc I'nltoil States aeain. he need JjjtJ IUC ::t -i jrouud'this way. The unhappy vic 3:emperanco who wishes to quit his fs gbouli conio to Ebensburg; as no fl'l;ilak biro to '.drink . with them, no ...jiions will be thrown m his way. He be allowed t...

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. — 3 November 1858

Jill Sfpitar-I Jpbtrtistmcnts. SHERIFF'S SALES. QHEEIFF'S A L U. B Y VIRTUE Ol U writ of Fieri Facias, issued out of tLo Court f Co.xi :n Picas of Cambria County, and to me directed, there will be exposed to Sale, by public outcry, at the Court House, in tl:e Borough of Ebensburg, Cambria county, on SATURDAY, the Oth day of NO YEMDER next, at 1 o'clock, i. M., All the right and title and interest of Johnston Moore, of, in ami to a tract of laud situate in Clearfield,, Tow nship, Cambria County, adjoining lands of Muray, LI oilman and cthera, contain ing 377 acres, more or less; having thereon erected a double geared Siw Mill, Hank House, nud Stable, now in the occupancy of Ithamar Moore. ALSO A tract of land, situate in Clearlield township, Cam' -via e unity, known as the "Burgc Farm," ndjoiuing h-1" of Timothy Caulcy, James Condon and others, containing 150 acres, more or less, about 30 aces of which arc-cleared ; havin" thereon erected a Plank House, in the occupancy of Ithamar Mo...

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. — 10 November 1858

13 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEKNilENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP.'nEAVEW, SHOULD EE 3)ISTUBTJTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH ANE IBS IG"V7, "(KE RICE AjNT) THE TCOS. EW SERIES. EBENSB' , NOYEMBB11 10, 1858. VOL. 5 NO." 51. WIDOWS AND CHEEKY PIE. Or,e Saturday night twas a beautiful nigfct- I don't know the reason why; I liiuht a morsel of appetite, 12 ut 1 longed fjr a cherry pie. widow- -with a most benignant face; And a moelest but beautiful eye, g..nl in graceful proximity to a glass casa Tlir.t contained a cherry pic. 1. Hiked at the case 'twas . u, i ' " i x Wit; ti.c I thought but I'd try; case ,. l I.K.Rcd into her beautiful face ,. -;d asked for a cherry pi?. Js the lawyers all say, she "opened the case" And I opeued from my bosom a sigh; 'Twas then I felt I was in love With that charming cherry pie. The flower from which the honey-bee sipa Its nectar so sweet, in July, la net so delicious as the cherry iu lijt Of a widow and cherry pie. Header, I den't very often indulge In telling a wicked He, 1...

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. — 10 November 1858

!! democrat & Sentinel. The Progress of Russia. nnr vfirainst 1 of winter. The face of Mature is no longer PillUilLllB iuui i vaaaaaaua ouu v . I o I r-t l . ,i t J- I K-.ka nn.-l n nnniT' nnn aficinff nniPCfs fliTPer. ujuivuvt iiuuiuiiiuvu., - it, however billing we roay oe ia ao so. -s- " " f; ' . & r"7 " . ,r,r -viaYnt in this colWal erooire. Kail- If the Know Nothing and Black Repub- Uhe attention or gratify the imagination llie roada of immence j th are ajreail Llndi Hear, members of the next House of Repre- mind, thus freed from the contemplation of together distant ttrovinccs with their iron f ntativps work harmoniously together, there material objects, becomes more capable of links, and ere many years have passed away, rw I . . .. - I rm n l .1 . I w tLflx. will rmirnl that serious thought, and cladlv turns to those the Hre-tiorse win De ine one great locomotive boa,. But U U tab.. letl,er tbe, ..udUS winch toprov, ,h Urtdta. an add fJd iZ.M' f' will succeed ill form...

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. — 10 November 1858

T II K rwtin ri?L'TTV L,u rwi, issued out of .il'"uXcJ Cambria aunty, fi there will bo exposed to irfC ,'neor outcry, at the Court .r''el, f JV.bensburg, on MON- )UUi v ...... i-Ti 1 OeQ 1 . ot -DKCEMbEB. 1858, interest of Dennis fin Ul .;;r fifteen acres more or ?tS ichVecUared,now bta r unrv Harber. 'laken in of Rev. Jo- . . t nni! to a piece or parcel of land ''VH township, Caaiuria county, rfieJJvSnci. Hoover, TLcmaa Ad- ' ,r lfrnrv narut , V III . M ot. the SlUt irVof Eev. Tho.nas McCul r'L'tit title and interest of J. I 'J Than Trcftz. of, in and to a in Conemaugh Borough, i" . .... T.,'fnrrt street and lui - . ..trKT r .;,a Feeder. having there. 'k tnr famc house and frame !'?tt0..nrvof J.J.Treftz. n tUC .,i to be Bold at the suit of J j M'Donald and William i . r . tip ana interest oi A'-l tte TV. ' to a lo of ground, ter.H'i, ii Cambiia crmlltownAaw '-; ... o .i . .... l (ailing num i'"" 'U1V'n, Lun-lcl the north by an ,f Rev. B. an Wimmcr, rv i rev . " ' 1... lot he soum ....

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. — 10 November 1858

JUJ 1 i ft Tj! z e r t o n s n o t i c e. noti ce is aifk.?reby given that letters of administration LkT Irsn gjitnti-il ty the Register ol" Cambria oo'-niy, to the undersigned, as .Execulurs of Thomas Croyle, of Orotic township, in buid county, dcci-r.ted. All persons who are in debted tc suid estate ure requested to make pay mcm witheut delay ; and those who Lave claims against the cttate, w ill present than, propeily proven, f r settlement. SAMUEL CEOYLE, Executor. Oetooir 13, lf5?.-tf Blisccllaneous. r tAIA'ABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. The undersigned, residing in Clearfield township, wish t dispose of u very valuable piece of land ot private gale, situate "in Clerficld towiibhip, Cambria county, Pa, containing about 79 acres, about 5 acres of which arc chopped but not rolled There is good coal vein on the land, and a large quantity of Pine timbe r. There is a fcaw-mill about of a mile freer the land, Any person wishing to purchase will please call on ihem, oraudros them by mail at S...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 November 1858

THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE 7U ON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. EBENSBURG,- FOYE$BER 71858.'. VOL 5 NO; 52 ..V., t v vmrnp. np iT nr BU-'- ... ,ff,.mmiin PIyvis f,f Pam. ' . 1 1 me ditccted, there will be exposed . rrh'ic VfcliiJIle OI ouici j , tit iii" wxii i. e- -..pLorfiish of Kix-nslnirg, cn V... ,'f DECEMBER next, at oii :'' j the following portions a lots c i V in tie Borough of Ebensburg, i-n .wn ou the ceneral Man ci "iiVis. HI &" Beginning at !1 - , , T - I. i .. i I. . Co Stable, in the occupancy of E'isha Foltz : And about twelve acres cleared, and thereon erected a hvcd log House find a log Stable, in the occu pancy of Thomas Williamson. Taken in Execution, aud to he sold at the suit of T-niothy Canity. ALSO All the right, title and interest of James Boss, of, in and to a tract of lan 1 situate in Clearfield ttiwnship, Cambria comity, adjoining j had not "sold mc lands warranted m tr.e mine of Jame...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 November 1858

democrat &,0cntiucl. a. X). UVHltAY, Kiiltor tud PnWlihw. EEEKSBURG. this, that the democratic party Is cow battling, j It is equally opposed to tho ultra view of certain slaveholders and to Seward and his fanatical followers. It is inextricably connected Jwith die Union and the Constitution, and if they are destroyed it will perish with them. ' imPOHTAWT DECISION. t ; The celebrated Allegheny County bond eas,the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania va the Commis sioners of Allegheny county was, on the llth inst., decided by the Supreme Court in favor of the complainant, and judgment entered comman ding the County Comtnissicners, at their next annual meeting for estimating the proVabla ex penses of said county, to make full and ample provision in their estimates for raising money to pay the interest cn the three thousand dollars ef certificates of loan cr bonds in the aforesaid com plaint of the relator mentioned and referred to which'shall at the time 'be due and unpaid, and that which...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 November 1858

PEN AND SCISSORS. s-r""" . 1 1 . . ( fi v in 11 i b rrrt "al,! excitement was created in every """cf be country, but especially in Cali f'V luC announcement of tlie discovery 51 7; s were said to be tlio richest yet 9t " J aud a regular stampede was i:n- s" ." c-.- rvlfiRc from California .r.ti-.r. v..-. ft business was eciiotwly affsc-Ua, and a ( i', ef i-.rco towns amo.-t des.n-ted. V viby the prospect of immediate weiltk, !",'jru wbo were doing a prosperous l-usi-'"-"dfjartcd with scarcely a month.' previous Z oration, for the new diggings, expecting r -rn in a few days immensely wealthy r.s'newi fnm California convince us that -bwing bopes cf tha T;ascr riTer gold- have DOi keen reauzea iu a wora, is a humbug, lue emigrant. RaJ" At a meeting of the County Cora misMonors, st Saturday, Lewis Fiskor wiis rvom into office, and the following appoint meats for the enduing year made : Commissioner's Clerk Geo G. K. Znhrn. Counsel John S. Rhey, Mercantile Ajn iscr Francis P. Tiemey. The...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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