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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 28 December 1854

"S . '-r. lllv at'." ' -1 " J'l T' J'i ' rit:. Ji'-I .1.-, I " in,,..-! ' A i h'w -. " .... .. .-c -t -. ! i;--"- THE BLESSINGS OE GOVEENMEMT, LIKE THE DEWS 0? HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTBXBTJTED ALIKE TJP01T THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH AND THE POOS. i i EBENSBURG, DECEMBER 28, 1854. VOL. 2. NO. 14. ,.11 JJ t T' :. OXVIM. X!iC3. TKRM8: THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish S1ed every Thursday' morning, in, Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 60 per annum, if paid vicix advanced if not $2 will be charged.' , ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in v serted at the following rates, viz : rj-l square 3 insertions, , , , , . 'Every subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months, v , . , . "." i " , e, ... . . . J ':-- t i- -1 year,'' ' ' ' V ' - coVr' 1 year,' " '.'. 1 5 6 00 25 00 00 .12 00 25 00 60 00 t " Business Cards with one "copy of the , .Democrat- & Sekttnel. per year, ' : . 5 00 THE OLD DOOR. STONE. .a J Frances D. Gage, to whose pen we are indebt ed for the following beautiful poe...

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. — 28 December 1854

W3 RICHARD WHITB: HEXKT C. BEVIXE 5WBITE A BEVXNE, Editors and Proprietors. i l ja . EBENSBURG. tf flCRSDAY MORNING :: DECEMBER 28. ' The Twenty-fifth. . " ir.TLis nleniprable day we are informed passed ofl vitb. quietness, happiness, and comfort in our res pectable; Borough. ' The sleighing for about a kntm th previous, had been of the most tempting and substantial kind, and subserved the purposts of the "grand holiday, after which its attention wan -turned to the augmentation of our mountain 6treamsr.nd filling lip the fountains which have teen muraiuiiui forth on half allowance for a six 'month. We in company with some boon com paniqns 'betook ourselves to the neighboring vil Jagfeof Johhtstown, which fe found in stutu 5in, as i usual whenever they have falling water cnongh, - that locality, to create mortar. v. The town had out on its high-day livery. In "general the stores were closed, excepting a few in stances in which the love of gain wad paramount td the respect for Christ'...

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. — 28 December 1854

3 v of English riflemen with a body of Russians, j the latter twere defeat pd :TUe reported bat ;tle on. the 13th. turns out to have been a mere eortia of the Russians, who were driven back with-the loss of 300 killed ; the French losing 40 men." ,. ' '.''.''' iV--ri.i -iPriwc 3IenScbikofT states,-that on the 24th ihe-fire of tie allies had become very feeble. But a despatch from ; Constantinople states ' that the bombardment had -been renewed.- 'The allies were "surrounded and protected hy enormous circuuivallatioii, , consisting of curtains Avith Advanced bastion?, and immense earth works in triple lines. The French had Tepelled several sorties, and there were con stant affrays between the pickets. Fresh re- " inforcements were arriving daily, and the men were busy hutting themselves. Flags of truce had passed between the Generals, and it was . agreed to exchange Lord Dunkellen, by de sire of the Csar, for a Russian Captain. In an attack on Eupatoria,; the Russians f had been driv...

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. — 28 December 1854

r ' .... i t. ' ' .' I 5 J! J';' 5 1 . ! 4 r i- s i : -- 4 ::. a J- ," ' ! f f ? : i i. J 1! i Mi 'J:: V ' 1 :: ' - - t- i'i VI" - f ! i 14! I 1 i !!' . i 1 1 ; - i l 11 i U : ! 5 : 11 - : ' -Si I i - i - i I f GREAT EXCITEMENT. JJOllN ROD.GERS, jr.. Las just received from the eastern cities a largo an J splendid lot of Dry Goods, G roceries, Hardware, &c, which for cheapness and quality cannot be excelled in this section of country. '' Coburgh Cloths; Delaines, A paca, Silks, and a 'superior lot of Sack Flannels; also, Flannels for shirtings, c. A so, Hats anil Cap for men and boys of the latest styles. Furs and Bonnets of all patterns; Boots and Shoes of all sizes and qua- Groceries and Oonfectionanes, such as bugars, "Teas, spices, mclastu, and lake trout fish all of which will be .sold for the ready cash or country produce- "" Gentlemen and" Ladies are requested to call be fore purchasing elsewhere, as he i determihoj to sell lower than the lowest. 1 sep2!34 . ; THE JfEW FII...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 4 January 1855

. V - ; JTT f T r ; '- , -: Clint V P - I M ; i THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, T.mn; THE DEWS OF HEAVEN. SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND TEE POOR. XEW, SERIES. EBENSBUHG,-'J1AJNUAR'4, 1855. VOL. 2; is: . .1 111 Vf 1 I TERMS: THE. DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Thursday morning, in , Ebensburg, Cambria Co.', Pa- at $1 50 per annum, if paid tit APVA.SCE. if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in gerted at the following rates, viz ft square 3 insertions, jEvery subsequent insertion, .1 square 8 months, 1 " 6 " i year; .. , . 00 4;- !' 25 5 00 , OQ . 12 00 30 00' ; 15 00 col'n I year, " '.' ; ft'. ... ( . 1 fs : i ... .1. - v j 'Business CaTfls with one copy of the' Democrat-& Sestiste, per year; - 6 00 -'" :;i ' From Gleason's PictoriaL ' THE CHRISTMAS GIFT. f : " ' BY HOEATIO ALGXR, JR. neavily, heavily fell the snow, covering the dark1 brown earth already hardened by the frost, with .pure white covering.- 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. — 4 January 1855

VJ if .iViVil iVlUf 3 KICHARD :::::hkxki DEVINE WHITE DEVOTE, Editors and Proprietor!. T EBENSBURG. THURSDAY MORNING::::t::::::.TAN U ARY 4. . Y EW1IVERTISEJ1E5T8. " Sheriff's Sale. ' List of Letters. . . Auditors Notice, by M. LTasson. - Stray Calf, came to . tbe residence of - Patrick Storm in Muuster. Orphans' Court Sale by the -Administrators of Charles Iitzinger, deceased. ' ---. - t Our young friend J. Afford has adopted the cash system, which will enable him to sell 20"per cent, cheaper than usual. Give him a call. Jllrs. Eliza McDonald tifLers to lease the Man sion, , nouse, now , in the occupancy of Maj. John Thompson, for three ot more years. -, Partnership Notice, by John It. Savage and A. M. acK. White, for the general Manufacture of Chemicals. Office No. 14, North Front Street, Philadelphia. ' .- : THE YEAR. . '.. "We have passed into another year. Scarcely have we made the acquaintance of eighteen fifty four, when Ave are called upon to bid farew ell to it -forever. Ho...

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. — 4 January 1855

v. , -j 'Auditors Xotice. IN the matter' of the real estate of FraDcisBrad , , ley, deceased On motion, M." Hasson ap pointed Auditor , by the Court, tomarshall the as sets of deceased among the creditors. In pursu ance of the above appointment, the undersigned will ait -at his office in the borough of Ebensburg, on Monday, the 5th day of February next at one o'clock P.M. M. HASbON . January 4, 1855. - . . Orphans' Court Sale. B' Y virtue of an order of th J Orphans' Court of Cambria county,' and to us directed, there will be exposed to public sale, on the premises, on Monday, the 29th day of January, 1855, at one o'clock, P. Ml, the following described real estate. A certain piece of land in Cambria township, con taining ten acres, adjoining lands of William Da vis on the East, Edward Shoemaker on the North, and the Clay Pike leading from Ebensburg to In diana on the South. - TERMS OF SALE : One third of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and the residhe 'in...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 4 January 1855

t; t GBHiT EXC1TE3IEXT. TTOITN R0DGER3, jr.y lias just received from tlie eastern citica'a large and splendid lot of Dry Goods, G roccrics, Ilard ware, Arc., which for cheapness an 1 quality cannot be excelled in this section t if country r '. , Cjbursh Q ths; D?la'.ne, A paca, Silks, and a superior lot .of hack r lar.neis; also, rianntisior shirtings, &c A so) Hat and dp for men and boys of the latest st vies. Furs and Bonnets of af pattef ns; "Boots and Shoes of all sizes and qua lities,'1 ' -. ,' ''. ' '" ' . - : Groceries an 1 Confe-tionanes, such as Sugars, T"as, spices, nv.tassos,, and Like trout fish all of wlh'ich will be sol 1 fr the ready cash or comury produce. ' ' . , x ,, , Ucntiemen ana " - fire purchasing elsewhere,' as he is determin-a to KU lower than the lowesU scp2d'54 THE XEW FIR3I 1 ' J. ARFORD Co Would inform their numer , ous customers that they havereceived a large additional stock of STOVES of all descriptions, and of the latest and most im proved patter...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 January 1855

.V t.-- . . - - ., i . : .. m "... ... III r Id I ill -' t il 1 (J. II III El.ll If I ? I .- ' - . ; - . - ........... ...... THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, T-Tine THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTEXBUTED ALTKT. I THE HIGHLAND THE LOW, THE RICH A2JD THE FOOB. jtfEW, SERIES. BENSBURG, JTOARYCS, .1855. VOL. 2. VO .16 T. B It M S : THE'DEMOCItAT SENTINEL, is publish , ed every -Thursday morning, ia ..Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per aanum, iF paid , IX advanci. if uot $2 will be charged.'--ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the tedtowmg rates; viz r : square 3 insertions, . -' ' - Every subsequent insertion, ' , 1 square 3 months,- - ' 1 " 6'.- " .-' '.',.', - ' " - "1 year, l'col'n 1 year, i . . Business Cards with one copy f the Democrat & Skstixf.i.. per year, 1 6 12 30 15 00 2b 00 00 00 00 00; 00 SI Itori -..for ;c5nrrnf0. .From tha True Flag. XHOOSlNCt A PROFESS V m - . OR .THE EBOXEN-DOWN MINISTER. .BY0I.IT"ER OPTIC. 'There,1. John, she is done !". said...

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. — 18 January 1855

mmm k mm RICHARD white:: ::::uexhy -c. devikk ; WHITE ft DEVISE, Editors and Proprietors. - tBSrJ3BURQ. THURSDAY MORNING:;:::::::JANUARY 18. NEW ADVERTlSEJIESTsi - ' . ' Sealed Proposals, by T. G. Pomcroy. Execu tors Notice, by Joseph Gisingcr and Joseph I tel. . Farm for Sale, by Samuel S..McGough.- Public Sale by Thomas Bennett. Strayed, nine sheep from Simon Fagan. Sheriff's Sale and Notice, by . A- Durbin. .- . fcj-Our thanks are due to Hon. S. A. Douglass, ' of the U. S. Sonate. and Hon. John L. Dawson, cf. the House of Representatives, for public docu 4 stents. -. . Also, to Hon. John Cresswell, Gen. John Hum phreys and JIaj. Thomas A. Maguire, of the Penn- sylvania Legislature, for favors received. CO On our first page will be found an able let- ter from the Rev. Dr. Heyden of Bedfor J, to the Editor of the Bedford Gazette. It is well worth a careful perusal. . - 9 - . - , Appology. No paper was issued from this of . fice last week in consequence of not receiving our .usualst...

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. — 18 January 1855

J'3L V strength or endurance. , Its secrecy is calcu lated to give it temporary success, but that Very feature will insure its speedy and final repudiation. The party that has beaten Fed eralism in so many shapes will not be conquer ed by an enemy which avows no political principles at all, or which is ashamed to -make that avowal publicly and in the face of "the people. The Eagle will not be hawked at and Drought down by the mousing owl. ' "We regard the defeat of Gov. Bigler as a great misfortune to the State, and we feel sure that history will so record .it Nevertheless, let us give the measures of his successor a fair and impartial consideration. The tree will be known by its fruits. If he boldly uses the veto against the corrupting influence of incor porated wealth ; if he does not prostitute the prerogative of the panloning power to the use of his political friends ; if he economises the Eublic treasure ; if he keeps the oath which e-takes in his inauguration, and disregards 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. — 18 January 1855

!S5i 'A.".- FALL & WINTBIt GOODS EODGERS & JONES HAVE just revived aud r.re how displaying a carefully selected stock of fall and winter goods."' Their stock consists of Dry Goods of every description and quality suitab!e fur the present and approaching seasons. A very hanl Bome assortment of liroad cloths, Cussimercs, Batinetts, Jeans, etc., etc. Heady made clothing. Ladies' Goons Such as fine meiinoes, a line assortment of silks and wocleri plaids, every variety of De Laines, and silks of every descrip tion. SHAWLS An unusually hanilsome variety, troche and wothn, of all bizes, qualities and prices. PRINTS Foreign and domestic, of every price and quality. . BOOST & SHOES The very bctt sc!et ted stock In the market. HARDWARE Sr CUTLERY Builders and Mechanics are requested to call and examine our stock of. Hardware, and the attention of house keepers is railed to our cutlery. GROCERIES Their stock of Groceries is tin usually large, ct nesting of sufjar, coffee, molas ses...

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. — 25 January 1855

HI THE BLESSINGS OP GOVERNMENT, T.nrr; THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH AND THE F002. XEW SERIES. EBENSBURG, JANUARY 25, 1855. VOL. 2. ISO. 17. Itlttt 5oftti. From the Illustrated London News. BY TUB ALMA RIVBH. "Willie, fold your little hands ; Let it drop that " soldier" toy, Look where father's picture stands, Father, that here kissed his boy ' Not a month since father kind, Who this night may never mind , Mother's sob, my Willie dear, Cry out loud that He may hear ; Who is God of Battles say " God keep my father safe this day By the Alma River ! Ask no more, child- Never heed -- Either Russ, or Frank, or Turk Xight of nations trampled creed Chance-poised victory's bloody work ; Any flag i' the wind may roll. On thy heights, Sevastopol! Willie, all to you or me Is that spot where'er it be, Where he stands no other word Stands God sure the child's prayer heard ! Near the Alma river. Willie, listen to the bells, Ringing in the town...

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. — 25 January 1855

- -. J j - l 4 i 4 - ' 0' H between tho monarch anrl tin people, there was little fxcca.ion to sut p-sc that any injustice had been d-nc to tho Prince, or much like.ihuoj of hearing complaints from the latter. The Fop has struggled sometimes with sovereigns, bat nev er with tins sovereignty, lie has cxceteised a power vjluitaril placed ia Lis bands by Kings, and invoked by tb.3 pe-;.lj; and ho h.v dethroned th-3 rnonat-h. Hut mt anathematized" the sahject. The Popes, in the fulfillment of wh.it the consent ofrKings and" tho confidence cf the poop'e have made a duty, have released subje-ts from the o;ith cf allegiance to the sovereign, hat i;ever have they ..released tnc sovereign from his coronation oath to respect, guard, an. J rightly govern the people." - ' - Because I have neither tinia uor space for such an inquiry, I d not pursue the subject ia det.ul. I have taken the str onest case of t!:e excrrisc of the power of deposing monarchs which is now called the power of releasing ...

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. — 25 January 1855

I . 1 1 "llr-aSasx . . 6i o3.Ai;bi biciiaro whits::: ::rrK!RT c. DEVISE WHITE & DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors. EBENSBURG. THURSDAY MORNING:::::::::JANUARY 25. SEW ADVERT1SEMEHT8. Tunnel Hill Inn for Rent; by James A. JJradley. Broker's Office, by Michael Ehren feldt Geo W. Todd, with Conrad & Wal ton. Est ray, . by Isaac Glass. Notice, by Milton Roberts. X2?"A number of articles have been crow ded out, owing to the great length of lloa. Joseph R. Chandler's speech. ': s A Legislative Trio. From a hasty glance at the proceedings of the present Know Nothing Legislature, we iiave no doubt that there arc three members of that intellectual body, who are emphatically, entitled to the appellation of "The three wise men of Pennsylvania," in buniule imitation of the seven wise men of Orecce. The first of these is a man by the name of Smith, in the lower House, who, iusteadof representing the county of Allegheny, not only misrepresents the people of that County, but also the people ...

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. — 25 January 1855

1$5-1.-.V. MIL '&WIXTBR GOODS RODGERS & JONES HAVE just received and are now displaying a carefully selected stock of fall and winter goods. Their stock consists of Dry Goods of every description and quality suitable for the present and approaching seasons. A very hand some assortment of Broad cloths, Cassimeres, satir.etts, Jeans, 4c. 4c. Heady niado clothing. Ladies' Goods Such as fine merinoes, a fine assortment of silks and woolen plaids, every variety of De Laines, and silks of every descrip tion. SHAWLS An unusuidly handsome variety, troche and woolen, of all sizes, qualities aiid prices. PRINTS Foreign and domestic, of every price and qnalltv. ' BOOST & SHOES The very best selected stock in the market. HARDWARE 4 CUTLERY Builders ncd Mechanics are requested to call aud examine our stock of Hardware, an! the attention of house keepers is fdled to our cutlery. GROCERIES Their stock of Groceries is un usually large, consisting of sugar, coffee, molas ses, rice, tea, ...

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 February 1855

LlC 11 , . li r-vwlv oJW SrJ-JiL&i ivalv --hi ..(L Ms livs v'.H'? " THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOTJU) BE DISTEIEUTED ALIKE TTPON THE EIQH A1ID THE LOW, THE EICH AND THE POOR, r , k , . :! I. -- EBENSBUHG;:EEBRUAI1Y, 1,1855. jfBW: SERIES.. YOh. 2. HO. 18. THR DEMOCRAT Ar SENTrXEL; is 'rtitlist i nsd fevery .Thumlay-. mornings in.-JCbenisburg, : Cimbria Co. Pa;, at Jl 50 per annum, if paid jv advance, if not" J2. will. bccharsed. ADVfRTISElIEXTS lll W: conspicuously in sertod at the- following ratesj Viz': n -1 - - ' 1 1 a square tf.insertjons, ! ; Every Ascquent insertion, 1 snuare8 months. , , , . : , -' ; '23 ., , S 00 - ft H f VAA r year, 12 00 "' corn- ' 1 year,' ; " ' ' 1 '" 30 00 t-ij I ".-.i f .;, . - i.-f .x . i ; .... i.,' c vi5 00 -J v 'Bnsineas Cactla.'iUl one;wpy;pf.tb. j 1 - .' : Democrat, & .Sk.stixel, per ,j'e.ar,;r 5 00 ;t:!t(i..Ta(f. ;. EGOTISM.' ' TUG BOSOM SEBPEST, :. JROM. THE , - "UKPTJBLIS5ED ' ALL AG OKIES OF THE HEART. B NAT...

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 February 1855

mmmi & mm aiCHAKD whit:u;;::::::::;::::::::iikxrt c. djevixk WHITS DEVISE, Editors and Proprietor!. EBENSBURCJ. THURSDAY MORNING:::::::::FEBRUARY 1. Hon. John L. Dawson, M. C, w ill please ac cept our thanks for valuable pub. doc. We are indebted to D. A. Magehan Esq., for late city papers. -'We learn from the Johnstown "Echo" that John Mathews Eq , and family have left that place for a new home in Iowa. Gbaham's Magazin'a. The February number of this excellent monthly came to hand in due time. It is embellished with numerous engra vings, and well stored with useful reading matter. Pine County. Mr. King from the Committee on New Coun ties, has reported a bill for the erection of Pine county, out of parts of Clearfield, Indiana and Cambria. As there appears to be such a desire to cut up Cambria both iu the North and South, we respectfully suggest whether it would not be as well whilst they are about it, to make the Turn pike the dividing line, throw all North of it into Pike, Sou...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 February 1855

- ,VJ " XA&&XXS. . . ' On Thursday, th'e"15tb.4 inst., by Rev. J. A. Stilknger, Mr CHAS. O'NEILL, of Ebensburg, to Miss 3IARY ANN. daughter of Thomas Shannon, Esq., of Bairdstown. ' On Monday, the 22d inst. . by James Purse Esq., Mr. JOHN GOUGH, of Conemaugh township, and Miss MARY WILLIAMS, of Johnstown. ... i On Monday; the 15th inst., by David Hite, Esq.. Mr . CHARLES LEMMON and Miss MARY FRITZ, all of Conemaugh borough- ODEMOCBATIt' RALLY I TUB Democracy of Lambna county are re spectfultT requested to attend Meeting to be held at the" VILLAGE OF HEMLOCK, Foot of Plane No. 4; A. P. R. B. on FRIDAY EVE NING, Feb. 9th, 1856. Let all good Democrats attend, and one assist the other in the laudable undertaking of putting d.iwn everything like Know-Nothingism and lisorganizarioo. " ": try-Come one! Corns aU! ! ' - MANY DEMOCRATS. -February 1,1855. sons qv tehp&hce. fCt Highland Division, No."84, Sons of Tem- i V' 1.vto,ww n.Aet at tV,4r Hull fiipr SATUR DAY evening, 2 doors...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 February 1855

JUL TTi - - - - ' - - - - - - - ' " I EtEE&WINTB&GQOI)! . r i. -KODGERS '& JONES' -..-. HAVE just received and .are now displayinga carefully selected fctoek of fall and whiter goods? Their ' sffccfc consist of Dry Goods 'of every Jcslriptiuu ami quality suitable for the present and approaching seasons., ' A very hand some assortment of Broad cloths, Cassimeres, satinetts, Je ms, &c, &c. ' Heady made clothing. "LiMis' Gooiw Such as fine mcrinoes, a fine assortment of : silks and woolen plaids, every variety of De Laiues, and silks of every descrip tion. ' SHAWLS An unusually, handsome variety, troche and woolen, .of all sizes; qualities 'and price. , P1UXTS Foreign and domestic, of every price and quality.'' 7' ', ' BOOST & SHOES Tlic very best selected stock id the market. ' '; HARDWARE '& CUTLERY Builders' and Mechanics are requested to call and examine our 6tock of Hardware; and the attention of house keepers is railed to our cutlery. . GROCER IKS Thei...

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