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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 February 1855

i ... .t'wTn.''''.'5. ': 4 THE BLESSINGS OF QQYEE.NMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOTJLB-BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE P00B, EBENSBUItG,'; FEBRUARY. 8, 1855. JfEW'.SERIES. VOL. 2.;m 19. j THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish cd every Thursday morning, in Ebensburg. Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 60 per annum, ir paid -is advavce, if not 2 will be charged. ; ADVERTISEMENTS, will be conspicuously iu - serted at the following rate's, viz : ' '. "1 square 3 insertions,- ! 1 "- ' "-" $ll 00 Eveiy subsequent insertion,': j : : '; : 25 . 1 square 3 months, . 'j - ' S 00 ' :. l .." - -6. ... 9 00 . " ' " . 1 year, '. .12 00 '"col'n'l year, ' ' SO 00 1 ; " : 15 00 Business Cards .with one copy of the, ' ; , ; . . - Democbat. & Skxtinel. per year, 5 00 1' , XISE3 TO THE MEMORY OF . ' 1 V; haj. p. w. Mcdonald, .tj. s. a., who died at New Orleans, October 11, 1851. BY JCXIA Xj. PCMOST, VEVAY, INDIANA. Not o'er tlie honor. J grave of parted worth, . Let fond a...

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 February 1855

'I v 7iH r'r.li 11 fV MCA J i'V! V Richard wottr: ::::::: :::::::m6KRT C. pkvi.vk WHITE & DEVISE, Editor and Proprietors. EBENSBTJRG. THURSDAY MORNING:::::::::FEBRUARY 8. Co-Wm. T. Daugherty, Esq., will accept our thanks for public documents. Ia another column will le found the proceedings of a meeting held iu the Court House on last Tuesday evening. The meeting was well atten ded, and spirited. Speeches were made by Heyer, McDonald, Magehan, Rhey,Wingard, and llas on. Appoixtment by the Post Master Gexeral. John Mullen, to be Deputy Test Master at Hem lock, Cambria county, i n place of Charles Stewart, resigned. . . - . ; - f ArporxTMEsrs bt Gov. Pollock. Gov. Pol lock has made the following appointments : Thomas J. Power, of Beaver county (American Democrat) Adjutant General of the State. Christian Mvers. of Clarion countv. ( American Whig) Whiskey Inspector of Philadelphia. C. L. Magee, (American Whig) Inspector of Weights and Measures, for Allegheny county. Martin Culp, (Ame...

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 February 1855

i offences of the highest grade, and new offences are much more rapidly being committed than the trials of old ones are disposed of. During the month of January, our Coronor held thirty-four inquest; of these, seven were cases of suicide j ax of homicide ; four deaths from drowning, and seven from other accidents ; two from intemperance; and eight were cases of still-born children, or where the cause of death could not be accurately ascertained. Of the seven suicides, thrse were by hanging, two by shooting, one by cutting the throat, and one fcy takmg arsenic. ' ' A serious accident occurred in our County Trison the other morning, through the escape of gas from the flues which heat the apartments occupied by the untried prisoners. About twenty of them were in a suffocating condition, but after much trouble, all were resuscitated, except one young man, who died. He wa3 awaiting his trial on a charge of obtaining money on falsa pretences, by pretending to be deaf and dumb, and on that...

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 February 1855

PALt'A-WINTER GOODS . - 1 RODGERS & JONES ' : ; HAVE just received and are now displaying a carefully selected stock of fall aud winter goods. Their stock consists of Dry Goods of every description and quality suitable for the present and approaching seasons. A very hand ome assortment "of Broad cloths, Cassimeres, satinetts, Jeans, &c, &c. Eeady made clothing. Ladies' Goods Such as fi no merinoes, a fine " ' assortment of silks and wooleu plaids, every variety of De Laiues, and silks of every descrip tion. ; . ' - . SHAWLS An unusually handsome variety, broche and woolen, of all sizes, qualities aud prices. PRINTS Foreign and domestic, of every price and quality. v BOOST & SHOES The very best selected stock in the market. ' . - - - HARDWARE & CUTLERY Builders and Mechanics are requested to call and examine our stock of Hardware, and the attention of house keepers is called to our cutlery. GROCERIES Their stock of Groceries is un usually large, consisting of suga...

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 February 1855

? t i YAXTIE TJTOU "TE man AD THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR iEBENSBtTRGy: ;FEBI ARY 15, 1855. ,3fEW 'SERIES. . vol; 2. NO. 20. :. . . "J " : I y- ; 3 TERMS : THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEtj ls puMish J iia. ed. every Thursday -morning; i Ebensburg, .. Cambria Pa;, nt $1 50 per annum, if taid . .' its advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS, will be conspicuously in " -sertad ac the following rates; viz : ': 11 square $ insertions',;" fa A J. $r 00 .-. EverVsubsedueotlBacrtion- -J 25 ," " 1 sqviare S months,, s:' ;00 . 1"", 6 " ,. .. ...r, . . "W 12 00 rft - so oa - y Business Cards vritli-one copj of tho.---; .- s' Democrat & Sentinel, per year, . B 00 i; OTJIiCHILDHOOD- BT J- D. PBEJfTICE. Tis sad yet sweet- to iistcH' . ; - U' - q To the soft wind's gentle swell, ; ? . And tlitalc we hear the music . '! r-.;- Our children knew so well; i-.---r j i : To gaze out on the even, - " ;. - - -'- - - j . And the boundless fields of air, -. - ,-And.fee again our boyhood wish; ...

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. — 15 February 1855

J3f morrut nnb IrntimJ. richard winTE::::::::::::::::::::::in?;aT c. pevine WHITE DEVIHE, Editors sal Proprietor. . . . EBEIIS3URG. - - THURSDAY MORN I KG n:: ::: FEB R UA K V 15- fjft- We are requested to inform the reader of the "Allegbanian" that no paper will be issued from that office this week. Re.son, failure in re ceiving a supply of paper. - - !C7The election of a State Senator to till the vacancy occasioned by the death of tho Hon. Levi Foulkrod, took place on Tuesday. Henry C. Prtt, Whig and Know Nothing, was elected by a ma jority of 2,342 over-J. Murray Rush, Democrat. JIox. Wm, II. Seward, Old Une V? big, has t-een re-elected to the U. S. Senate by the Legislature tx4 New York j by a majority cf 6 in the Senate .and 3 in the Hon. There is, iu consequence, no little "wailing and gnashing of teeth" among " the Know Nothing. ' , ' . ' , Cosmopolitan Art asd Literary Associa tion. It will be seen by an advertisement in to day' paper tliat the distribution of premiums by th...

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 February 1855

large houses for some five or six weeks back. .The scenery is by far the most beautiful ever produced on the stage here, and constitutes the principal attraction of the play. An entirely new effect is : produced by" the operations of a. double1 action panorama, the front one being pierced m imitation of foliage, and the moon with its reflection upon a brilliant sheet of water being perceptible through the interstices. The acting of the piece is merely -passable, the painter and machinists having done their work much better than the actors perform .their parts. s y ... ,. 1 r,- - .-.:.;. ' Our City Directory for 1855, has just been . issued- Unlike the Directories of other cities, it ignores the exstcnce of all who are not either housekeepers or shopkeepers, but ' from these classes it presents an aggregate of 74,200 in the city, exclusive of the rural districts. Of this num ber there are no less than one thousand Smiths, eighty of whom are plain Jolm Smitlis, three John A. Smith, fi...

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. — 15 February 1855

-r-U-J-L HOUSEKEEPER'S DEPOT. AVnOLESAI.E 7 AND ; RETAIL Tu, COPPER, ASJ . . f SuT IKOJI. WARE iLlXUFACTOBT,? f , v:' - . CanaL Street, - Johnttottn,' Fcnn'a .4- THANKFUL lor past favors, the subscriber now call the attention of his friends "and the publie generally to the Urge m. stock on hand which is -offered, at the via price. notWttlistaiKf- i ing the great advance in labor ami material, either at Wholesale or Retail. F. W. HAY. T - ' - ' ' - ' ' " ' COAL .BUCKETS,' Shovels, Poker, Tongs, i Hammercd-irou i Bread pat. Sheet-iron, pans. Rat Traps, Wash-boards. ' For salo low by-' . . . . W, JIAV. T INWARE of all kinds, 'Copper Kettles and Brass Kettles of all sizes, tor sale bv -; ' ? i ' F. W. HAY. ENAMELED awl Tinned Sauce Pans, Boilers, ! Tea-kettles, preserving kettles, Ac, from 8 pints to 4 gallons; for sale low for cash, bv v : F. W. "HAY. Large Oveu Etna, ..Diamond, Complete . Cook, Aurora, Crescent, " and North American Air-tight Cooking Saoves, trim med out complete and ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 February 1855

1 l i A T- ,....IT THE EEEI3BC3 0? OOVE33UfflXE3T, LODE THE DET5T8 07 HEAVEN, 8II0UU I JZI3UTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE P00U. 3 - n m O il ii beMbur'Hfe :otahy 22, 1855. aoawi'SBRiBa. : r ':: VOL. 2. JS O. 2!'. 71 T' 1 T B R !J 8 : THB DEMOCRAT 3: SENTINEL, ia . publish. ed svery Thursday ; morning; in . JEbensburg, Cambria Co.,Ta;, at l 60 per annum, I? faid Tir adtakcs. if not $2 will be charged. " . ADVERTISEMENTS will toe conspicuously in . serted at the following rates, ni ; aquare 8 inaertions, , r - - Every subsequent insertion , 1 square 8 months, . J . Q .... j i i" "f .- ::: 1 year, - ' --. v.'coPn 1 yeat,i v :-. , - . '. " , " Business Cards with one copy of the . Democrat & Sbittiwix. per year, ; ' :i 41 00 25', 00 J 00 12 00 30 00 15 00f 00' Wert :Sorfrq:!; y! . From the Dublin University Magaaiuv'. A HAID RECUSED BESIDE A STREAM. j ; A maid reclined beside a stream r r -' At fall of summer day, - - And, half awake and half a-dream,-- -v - ...

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. — 22 February 1855

JUL . i . A- i -. ? 1 1 H -, ? ; ! . i if u " i kichard wnrrg:n:::::::::u-::::::::UKXRT?.,'tKViXK WHITE ft DEYIHS, Editors and Proprietors. EBEHSBURG. '.1 THURSDAY MORNING :;:::::FEBRUARY 22. Goonv's Laot's Book, for March has been re ceived. Godey always makes its appearance 37 head of time, awl w the only periodical that we excliange with that appears to Lc popular with those that b mrow and refuse to subsonic. It is needless for lis to speak in praise of this . number. It speaks for itself. Appointment at Hemlock. .- The notice which 'appeared in our paper last week of tlie appointment of, Mr. John Mullen, as Fostmaster at Hemlock, was premature. ' Mr. Mullen has not yet received that appointment. Some few weeks ago, tlie citizens of Hemlock and vicinity asked for tho appointment of Ca pt. ,IIenry Schnetberg, . who Las been Deputy' Post master at that place for t Ik-last year, and Las giv en general satisfaction. Among those who signed the application for Capt. Schnetberg, -was M...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 February 1855

is strongly s"?pected of; having' been pne-of . party of three villains who several years, ago .' committed a very cruel murder of the hoy Leh utan in"th upper part of this city, i Jilt two ac complices have long since been tried, sentenced and executed, and if the impressions of our pokce "niC as to his identity are correct, he will ere long share their fate. , . . . . ' ' j An unfortunate caao of naiubuW occorred ' up town lust night", the heroof .which in Lis noc tunial rambles walked out of a third story window. The force of his fall' was somewhat broken by alightingy upon a one story shed, and his injuries - though severe, were prevented from being fatal. , "5 Our taarkets have not recently undergone any material change. Flour sells for from $9 to $10, . 50; Eye Tjpur $0- Corn Meal $4,25; Grain 21 5a 225c.; Ryc"j22; Corn 95; Oats 3aL '... . . : . .1 . J . Truly yours, : . J. -.Compensation of Membersand. officers of the -v i ' : . .Legislature. 'V..'.-,i Some days ago a bill pa...

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. — 22 February 1855

JUL 1 i f ' i HOUSEKEEPER'S DEPOT. Wholesale axd " Ret Ail Tix, Coffee," akd ; Sheet .Ibos Wars Mascfactoby, Canal .. Street, . Johnttotcn, - PcntCa THANKFUL for past favors, the subscriber now calls the attention of his friend- and the publie generally to the large stock on hand which is offered jng the great advance in labor and roaUTial, either at Wholesale or Retail. .; - F. W. HAY. COAL BUCKETS, Shovel, Poker,' Tonga, Hammer l-iron Bread pans, Sheet-iron pans, Rat Trap, Wash-board. : For- sale low i ' r -r' ' 1 t " ' 'T- F. HAY. ax mo oia once, naiwiuuiwiuii-.- T INWARE of all kinda, Copper Kettles and Brass Kettles of all sizes, for sale by ' .,, tr-: ; ' F. W. HAY. ENAMELED and Tinned Sauce Pan3, Boilers, Tea-kettles, preserving kettles, Ac, from 8 pints to 4 gallons, for sale low for cash, by -f . . ... - F.W.HAY. EXCELSIOR, Large Oven Etna, Diamond, Complete Cook, Aurora, Crescent, and North American Air-tight Cooking Shoves, trim med out complete and sold at sity prices, b...

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 March 1855

' ' . r - , 1", Ctrl:? - ft r -f. - ' 4.- I. 111 III 1 " v--: f- .-1 - -r.v , r? f 5 Ji g2XB ELECSIKGSCP OQTESHKISir, UXE THE DEWS OF EAV!? EITIiI2dZD ALnm tTOS-tas HIGH AITD TUB IflV;-THK- BTHF, AffPTSS CC3.K: nZ ' it f! i Vr n l f.' ..-t f , If ' JfTEW- SERIES.; t it. I -:;-"VOL.,2.-N"0;'.22;. (fix I, '"U V - i T.BB1I8: THE DEMOCRAT .SENTINELU publiBli- 0 I every Thursday morning, in Elcnsburg, .Cambria Cj.', Pa;, aC $1 50 per annum, "IF PAID t advakck. if not $2 will be charged. 1 ' ADVERTISEMENTS will le conspicuously in v sarted at the following rates, yz ; , , -; V 1 square 3 insertions, - : $J 0 , 'Every subsequent insertion, , . . j 1 square 3 months, - -6 00 " col'n 1 year, - ; , x " 15 00 'UnciiKKi f'li-.la xirUH rail"' "ririv f)f the Democrat & Skstinel. per year -- 's T)0! ' THE OLD, OLD H02KE. . BY EEV.: EDWARD C. " a : "Wlien I lonp: for sainted memories, Like angel troops they come, ' Ifl fold my arms to ponder " - On the old, old home. ' ? -" ---i TA JleortAa man...

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 March 1855

$ t tnf a txii tSii n t:$ t n i i iOHAD.rinTS:n::i :hxkAt ci pxvs . WHTK DiYlSBi 2dlters ui FroprUters. THURSDAY 'MQRNIXG::::::;::: :MARCH 1. ICrSoe the advertisement in another column of cir friend th democratic Post Mistress at the Summit.. j3ilis Maria Magellan has just received from tbe Eastern cities- a large and well selected stock of-merchandize, suitable to tbe wants of tbe people of out county. Give her a call, and aa 'Women's Rights" appear to be in the ascendant, we opine that a more meritorious patronage could not be bestowed. . .., .. ; ... .. - . - Cause of Delay. . ' . ' ' Much to our- recret, we have this week been obligedio p'dstpona the publication of our paper; some tjav.ftaji, on.accwnt of .the absolute, injpo:' sibility of procuring paper any sooner. . That ral uabU al tic& has. attained a degree . of rarity un known hitherto to the- oldest inhabitant. If the scarcity should continue, we 'must request our subscribers individually to furnish themselves "with ...

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 March 1855

.'lit Of 'For (UJOemocrd $Sentind. MiESSB. White & Dctuji: X wish through Jrour TaluaV-e. paper, to give my numerous friends"; a sliort but honest account of my travel to and of . this mucb-talked-of land of promise- Kan&as territory. And in. the first place, I mmt. oonfcas that when I left my old home, I left with my spirits considerably depressed, from various conaidetations but I bad said 1 would 'b,and go I did. And here I am, fully and fairly, prepared to confess that I have suffered myself to be hum bugged; hoping thatimay be of some use toothers under like circumstances. J : , We tool: passage at Pittsburgh in the. new and elegantly finished and furnished steamboat Chi cago," for St. Louis, Capt. Martin Mellinger; and I must say that a more respectable, and- gentle manly crew, from the Capt. down, is hard to find anywhere. . We had a long passage, but in lieu of that, we had first rate accommodations and ex eel!ent health all the way to St. Louis, but the balance of 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. — 1 March 1855

JUL i .i . i ,'' . '. -i : a I! if I I 4 i pro OonoPublice, NEW GOODS; JOHN M'COY has just received at Ly tie's old stand, in Jefferson, a well selected stock of ; FALL AXD WINTER GOODS v j consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware, J Queeuswarc, Cedar Ware, Keady Maue ciomuigH and a largo lot of Boots and Shoes, : for Men's j Boys, Ladies' and Misses' wear. . -"' ' :' ' j . n : .... C il. ... W, siali V I'wtVIOIll MIX WU1CU ' liVTW . - i;B rrionrfc itnd the DUblio Bcnera.lv and exatnino his stock before purchasing else where. - ''? " '-' y '" r'"i - N B. I am constantly receiving good by ex press. .f l - . : JOHN M'COY. - f2.e.S,'184V- - ' ' tf- ; : : yf -i .JVOtlCC 5 ' - TQ tho , Heirs , anJ Leg.d Representatives of Nicholas Kollis, late of Al'eghany township, Cambria county, deceased. .: t . .'- Take notice," that in pursuance of a writ of Par tition, issued ont of the Orphans' Court of Cam bria county, to mo directed, I will on the 2Gth day of February next, proceed to hold an ...

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 March 1855

,4 Jy:.L.::Ji :0r CrY "Ik I T I si A ". J. ; 1 j -t . ! ; .... J THE BlissnrGS OF GOVERNMENT, JTTTE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTLir TED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. . '. 7, k , J. i ;tt .. .wt.-r..-.; .-:.,.'; ;.;-.;.--; !'-! ! . . " V-'-, ' f .;-: r - ' ' ' i -' - - :' . i 11 ( 4 - fill! ii a ; - 'b v v i I - r- IO, 1 r- i, it wo, i- a.-..,: - ff K 5 BW-' SERIES - - ir--. et evpry -Thursday f mornuig; ia lubeosburg, " v Catabria Co., 'Pa; -at $1 50 per annpm, ir PAD ' ' is 'advance, if not 3 will be .(jliargcd, , '( " v ; ADVERTISEMENTS be cohSpicubusl Jn serted jit the foll6wing'rates;.Ti2: 1 -V'-:,i';i i 41-00' very subsequent insertidiv ,1 sauare 3 mouths, - . ' ;i 00 H . oo : J2 00 : .80 O0;. col'n." 1 if ''JJtwaness Clirdrf rfth onc cpry ot the . " i ' ' ' " ' ' ii - '5 00 . 't'I t; A DBEAM PICTURE. 1 - i ''3 eye make picture tchin thiy areihttifl r ,-iSle;lAy,aJp in ihe baJJw - . "' j .-; Of the branching palm, by'Uw si3e: jV.r i-jj 1-5 Of the...

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 March 1855

Utmorraf anb IniJinrl. kicnAED whit8::u::::::::::::::::uhknbt C dkvixe ' WHITE DEYIJT2, Editors and Proprietors. - EBEK3BURG. THURSDAY MORNLNG:::::;:::::::::MABCH 8. Litteb or Ilox. W. P. Habhis. Next week we shall lay before oar readers the letter of Hon. w uey r- itams 01 juississippi, 10 coi. J. jr. Clai borne. It is a document that will well repay pc 'tions of the day than any other which has come t j our notice. . . '. ! .Th Democr&tie'ZIeeting. . In another column will be found the proceed- on Ifonday last. . . . '' " ''- It is our duty, to the party and the people, to make a itatement of some facts in relation to this meeting j this duty we will perform without "fear. favor, or affection." We will premise, by r taring that we were not Dresent ourselves in the meeting. All the infor mation which we hare in regard to it, we have upon the testimony of those Democratic citizens, who were present, rnd took part iu it. The proceedings were handed to us by the offi cers, whose n...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 March 1855

... M Cilg (Comsp nnbmtt. . . : From Philadelphia. Correspondence of the Democrat $ Sentinel. ; W Philadelphia, March 4, 1855. " ' The commencement season of onr medical Col leges has arrived, and the anxious graduate are separated by but a short bridge of lime from the great event they have long been looking forward to with so much anxiety, the - reception of their diplomas.. The commencement of the Philadel phia College has already taken phtce, the HooHje pathic College has manufactured some thirty-'eight il. DS of that system, and the Pennsylvania, "Jefferson and University, will soon 'follow.' with some three or four hund red more. A greater num ber of Medical Students annually graduate here than at any other City in the world, and the high st degree of excellence is attained by bur Pro fessors, It is a matter of congratulation, too, that the habits of the 'students seem much less "boisterous than formerly. A few years ago they wrere constantly figuring conspiculously in our pol...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 8 March 1855

u i ft ! i 1 ' v ' i : t . ' k j '"'f ' 5 A A . f.i t : t? j ; 4 :1 1 f . . Pro Bono TubIlco. f "; ' : N E V G O O D S . JOHNTITOY baa just received at Ly tie's old Stand, in Jefferson, a well selected stock of j " . FALL, AND WINTER G OODS , . consisting of Pry Goods, Notions, Hardware, j Quecnsware, Cedar Ware, Heady Made Clothing, ! and a large lot of Boots and Shoes, for Men's-1 Foys, Ladies' and Misses', wear- -,.i ; Groceries of the veiy Lest quality , a; ways on Land. - '; ' - His motte is, " Small Profits, Quick Sales, and Ready pay." Having bought for cash, lie is de termined not to be undersold. He respectfully invites Lis friends and the public generally to call and examine bis jstock before . purchasing . else where. " ' . ., ; .. ..'.. N. B. I am constantly receiving poods by ex press. .... ' JOHNM'COY. Nov. 23, 1854. ; V , jtf. '"' ' A'otTce. TO the Heir and Ixgd Representatives of NiclKiIas Kollis, late ofAl'eghany township,' Cambria county, deceased. , " . ' Take not...

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