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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 July 1850

wm EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1850. .Democratic Nominations. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. WILLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery Counly FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. EPHRAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. POUTER BRAWLEV, Of Crawford County. FOR CONGRESS, ALEXANDER M'KINNEY, Of Wettmoreland County FOR ASSEMBLY. DR. VM. A. S31ITH (Suljcct to the decision of the Representative Convention. CO MMISS TONE R. JAMES SKELLY, Of Summerhill Totvnship. PROSECUTING A TTORNE Y. MICHAEL riASSON, Of Ehenthurg. COUNTY SURVEYOR. THOMAS M'CONNELL, Of Summerhill Township. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Susquehanna Township. CFThe Eulogy on the life and charac tei of Gen. Taylor delivered in the Court House on Saturday last, by Robert L. Johnston, Esq., which we publish to-day, excludes our usual variety. However, as jt is ably written, and does justice to the old hero whose death a nation mourns, it is well worthy a careful perusal. fc"The Governor of Massachusetts has appointed the 30th of August, a...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 July 1850

i - itml , i t i 7 ).' 'm. ; j ' i ' - h i A -3 I ! I i i Taxing Baclrelors. The object of taxing Bachelors w by no means a new one, jet the following from the pen of some indignant fair one, while it may be considered somewhat severe, appears to us no more than just: .. Tax them, tar them, tax them all, With an income great or small Tax their mortgages and rents, On each dollar sixty cents; That's the toll they ought to pay. For wearing out the "Bachelor way;" Soon they'll cry instead of laugh, Mourning for the "better half." Tax them for the vows they've made, ( Tax them for their vows unpaid For the drafts they're drawing still. On their conscience and their will; Tax them for the debts they owe, To young Cupid and his bow, For the use of silver darts, Andhe loan of "treacherous arts." Tax them for the precious time. Spent in writing silly rhyme, To the fair, deluded girls, Lost in blushes and in curls Tax them for dishonor paid, To the sunlight and the shade Swearing they were t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 August 1850

A 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW, BV JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1850. vol.. 0. NO. ifr-irsr 1 1 V I II II II I I m IB VV VAVX MISOELLAN LOUS. SAN FRANCISCO, By Day and INiglit. A better idea of San Francisco, in the beginning-of September, 1S19, cannot be given than by the description of a single day. Supposing the visitor to have been long enough in the place to sleep on a hard plank and in spite of the attacks of iunumerable fleas, he will be awakened at daylight by the noises of building, with which the hills are all alive. The air is temperate, and the invariable morning fog is just beginning to gather. By sunrise, which gleams hazily over the Coast Moun tains across the Bay, the whole populace is up and at work. The wooden buildings unlock their doors, the canvas houses and tents throw back their front curtains; the lighters on the water are warped out from ship to ship; carts and porters are bus...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 August 1850

j' 1 V iioi!Tffiiiiir EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1S50. Democrat ic lYoiimiatious. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLI A3 T. MORLSON, O" Montgomery County, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, EIM1RA13I BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. I OR SURVEYOR GENERAL, 'J. PORTEK. RRAWLEV, Of Crairfard County. FOR ASSEMBLY, DR. W3I. A. SMITH (Suhjrct to the decision of the Representative Convention. COMMISSIONER. JAMES SKELLY, Of Sumnicrhill Township. PROSECUTING A TTORNEY. MICHAEL IIASSON, Of ELcnslurg. COUNTY SUR VEYOR. THOMAS MCOiNNELL, Of Summahill Township. AUDITOR. JOHN REARER. Of Susquehanna 'Township. NOTICE. The Hicml.era of the Democratic Standing t'oniniiltcc of Cambria county arc requested to meet nl the Court Ilout-c in tlio borough of Klictishurg on Tuesday next, t lie 7tli inst!, for The purpose of consulting relative to the adop tion of the best course In reconcile the existing difficulties in lie party. '1 he lollowin per" pons compose the Committee. .lames .Murray, Chairman, John C. O'Neill, .loim,...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 August 1850

tbanJoned in their retreat. Upon some one's expressing a doubt whether such a 23e of the public s tort's ami wagons, for the benefit of the enemy, would be allowed by the Department, Taylor cut the diffi culty short, at once, by saying, "Then 1 will pay the hill" and to "provide for the contingency, he directed a separate if count to be kept of all thtt war. expended for the r v.rpose. rrom the N. Y..Ever.ing Foreign Items. ret. The Reform Club have invited Lord Palmerston to a grand banquet in honor of his recent "acquittal." The medical Times says the largest fee on record is that received by Mons. Felix. He operated for fistula in ano upon Loins XIV.; hi-i fee was 0,000. The celebrated Dr. Buckland, the emi nent geologist. Dean of Westminister, and private friend of Sir Uobert Peel, is, it is Teported, bereft of Lis reason, and in close confinement in a lunatic asvlum near Oxford. Madame Pasta, now sixty years of age, ha- consented to sing at a concert in Lon don, on the 10th ins...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 August 1850

JU P 1 ' J v lg CD a !P x From the Dollar Newspaper. THE WIFE, To Her Husband in California. BY NEMO. Tho fire grows brightly, husband mine, Where thou hast often sat with me, Within our cozy, cottage home, That lieth io the quiet lea; But there is someth ing wanting'now. To make my spirit glad and light; A shadow still will darken there, And truant tear-drops dim the sight. The form that made our fireside glad; The voice that sweetly answered mine; The husband, and the doating eire Of yonder slumbering boy of thine; Oh! what a distance parts us now! What yearning love would break this gloom And call him to his wonted place, The exile from our joyous home? I would not that a thought of mine Should slay one effort of thy hand; I know the hcait's bold, honest aims, That bore to that ungenial land, And yet I can but fancy oft. How lone and comfortless thou art, With nono to give thoe kindly cheer; And none to Ehare thy noble heart. With none, oh God! perchance it Le, When sickness wast...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 August 1850

' ' . .. . - . . . j' i . I S . . ' - . "VC CO WIIEIlE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV; WHEN T11EV CEASE TO LEAP, Wll CEASE TO IOEI.OV. BY JOHN (J. GIVEN EBENSISUIIC, THURSDAY; AUGUST" S. 1X70. VOL. "G.NO, ii. IVTISOELXAWEOUS THE BATTLE OF DUIISAIl. P.V J. T. IIEADLKV. The spot on which Oliver Cromwell drew up his little army, was a small nar row tongue of land, running out into lb Frith or Forth; high and bleak where it joined the main land and overlooking on either side the restless ocean. The town of Dunbar was behind him; a single man sion, Brocksmoulh house, faced his ex treme left; else there was not a tingle covering on the desolate expansion, save one hut? into which the cannons were car ried, to shelter them from the rain which fell in torrents. On this bleak and narrow peninsula, only a mile at its base, behold the white tents of Cromwell's army. In front of him, landward, is a desolate, unsurpassa ble moor, with a low ridge of hills be yond, on which stands the Scotch...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 August 1850

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 1850. Democratic Nominations. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery County, l OR AUDITOR GENERAL, EPI1RA1M BANKS, Of Mifflin County. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. PORTER, BR AW LEV, Of Crawford County. FOR ASSEMBLY, DR. XV &L A. SMITH (Suhjtet to the decision of the Representative Convention. COMMISS WNEIt. JAMES SKELLY, Of Summerhill Tuwnship. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. MICHAEL IIASSOiV, Of Elcnsburg. COUNTY SURVEYOR. THOMAS M CONNELL, Of Sumtnethill Toicnship. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Susquehanna Township. COUNTY MASS MEETING. TLo Democratic citizens of Cambria county are requested to meet at the Court House in the Borough of Ebeuburg on Saturduy, the 24th day of August, at 4 o'clock P. M., for the purposo of selecting three Congressional Conferees to meet like Conferees from the counties of Bedford and Westmoreland. By order of the County Coin in it tee , JAMES MURRAY, Chairman. August 7, 1850. EdPGen. A. L. Roumfo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 August 1850

certain for him to avoid it. He ran some thirty or forty yards, fell, and soon expi red. After committing the brntal outrage. Hardy walked back into the house, with his knife in hand, reeking with blood,' exclaiming, "I'm a t-jrt, and that's the way I'll serve any uiau who'll follow me ! Some of those who heard him, thinking he had got into difficulty, wiiii a Mexican, advised him to leave, which he did. As soon as it was ascertained that he had killed Captain Brennan, men were sent to the several ferries to prevent his escape into Mexico, and others started in pursuit. He was arrested next morning about day light, near one of the ferries, ironed and taken to jail. The only cause assigned for this brutal outrage, is the refusal of Brennan to let Hardy have money, while at Brazos, which is, in all probability, the uue cause; as Hardy was heard to say, on his way up from that place, that he Jiad marked his man. The people of Brownsville assembled and demanded Hardy ol the deputy sher ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 August 1850

JU : D IB 3? 5& 'ST - The Sods of Commerce I was bornin the East amid myrtle groves; Where flow rets forever bloom; roves I was fanned by the breeze which in fragrance O'er the gardens of Gul'a perfume; And mine were the gold and the jewels bright Which were reared by a kingly hand, As the joy and Ihc pride of a people's might, In the Temple of Judah's land. Mine were the cedars which waved on high, And mine were the thips of Tyre, And mine were the breeze which swept softly by And the gale , which was loud in ire. The costly ores from n thousand mines Were raised by my vassal train. And the stately oaks and the mountain pine-, For mc, sought the distant main. With the staff of life in my jewe'd hand, I have traced the majestic Nile stand, I have stood where the pyramid-mountains And where Rabcl was wont to smile; I have passed o'er the lovely isles of Greece I have dwell in imperial Koine, And Carthago was mine in her hours of peace, And in Venice have south', a home. I've ling...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 August 1850

A t lWE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1850. VOL. G. NO. 15. HP II j i li ii ii i i i i fi hi hi hi hi John Anderson to bis Jean. BY MRS. J. WE BE. Air John Anderson my Jo. Oh Jean! it seems but yesterday, Since, light as ony fawn, Ye tripped in virgin bashfulness Across the flowery lawn; Atad bright your golden hair waved. That Time has strewn wi' snaw; Yet still ye wear youth's winning smile, Though youth's bright morn's aiva. Though your eye be no sae clear, J can , As when in youthful prime, Sae sweetly, sae confidingly. Its melting glance met mine; Though pasuion'k hour hath Bed, Jean, And cauld our pulses be; Your mellowed look o' kindly love Stil! geotly beams oti inc. And though the grave's white 11 ononis , Jean, Are scattered on your brow, And in life's glass tho ebbing sand Are waited thin and low; .o change our hearts can know, Jean, But, lang us life hall last,...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 August 1850

EBENSBURG, 1A. THURSDAY, AUGUST. 15 1S50. Drmocrulic IVomi nations. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM T. MOIUSON, Of Montgomery County, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, EPHUAI3I BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. FOR SURVEYOR C EN ERA L, J. POKTISU, BilAWLEV, Of Crawford County. FOR ASSEMBLY, in. VM. A. SMITH Su hjtct to the decision of the Representative Convention. COMMISSIONER. JAMES SKELLV, Of Summtrhill Townsftip. I'ROSECUTINC: A TTORNE Y. MICT1AUL 1JASSUIV. Of Efcnsburg. COUNTY SUR VEYOR. THOMAS arCOAiXULL, Of Suminci hill Township. AUDITOR. JOHN BEAU EM, Of Susquehanna Township. COl'.NTY MASS MULCTING. n.c Democratic citizens of Cambria county rc requested lo meet at the Court (louse in the Borough of Ebeiibb ury on Saturday, the - U h. day of August, at 1 o'clock 1. M., for t fie purpose of selecting three Congressional Conferee to meet hko Conferees from the counties of Bedford and Westmoreland . By order of the Couutv ConimilUe , JAMES M U 11 K A V , ( h ,i i, m a n . August 7, 1350. CFKubert Ta...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 August 1850

11 ONE WEEK LATER FROM Ki'ROPE'Pe hve continued dread el mcendia- i ries. Arrh:d id ihe lumbria- HtJ'USuI of tf.e l'orii:?'ut3tr tl'Lirumfni to Pax l.e Ami: can Indemiiltu American r-I i:iztti has item Jlilcd i. Pastport -Recent i ;i of th s ntu uencral j t;-;r, dr.tr h J-ilgiaU.l Dtdu Culion .JfJiunci i:i lirtad- stuJJ.i, ifc, i) C., fyc. HtiiFiY ur n3 P M. TLe steamihiD Cambria, wah Liver - r in if p TiK ii! . arrived here Li half-nasi 1 o'clock this afternoon. i T: Vmrrara arrived at Liverpool, cn ! Saturday night, 20;h ult., at 12 o'clock. Ue5:y "i'-ends paying- that country unotlitr The American steamship Pacific v3 ' visit' during the month of August, advertised to sail on Wednesday, 31st u!t.,; Ata meeting of the friends of Baron at two o'ekek P M ' ; Rothschild, held at London on Thursday, England. , The news .f the death ol President Taylcr, produced a great sensat'en in England. The leading journals devote much space to a rev.ew cf his character and exploits, in which they...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 August 1850

3? CD W VX THE Wnfp.POOR-WILL BY OEOROE P. MORRIS. Why doit thoo come at let of iun, These pensive word to say? Why whip poor Will? What hai he done.' And who U Will, I pray? Why come from yon leaf-shaded hill, A suppliant at my door? Why ask of me to whip poor Will? And ia Will really pour? If poverty's his crime, let mirth From out his heart be driven; That is the deadliest sin on earth. And never is forgiven! Art Will himself 7 It must be so I learn it from thy moan. For none can feel another's woe As deeply as his own. Yet wherefore strain thy tiny throat While other birds repose7 What means thy melancholy note? The mystery disclose. Still "Whip poor Willi" Art thou a spiite, From unknown regions sent. To wander in the gloom of night, And ask for punishment? Is thine a conscience sore beset With guilt or, what is worse. Hast thou to meet writs, duns aud debt, No money in thy purse? If this be thy hard fate indeed. Ah, well mayst thou repine: The sympathy I give I need The poet's...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 August 1850

WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT TUP. WAY; WliUX THEY TEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO I OLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN EI5ENSBURG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22.1850. VOL. 6. NO. 46. cu m m LIFE. I marked yen barque, as o'er the deep She ewiftly glided on; And saw her dasli with quickenM leap, The spray around her flung She seemed os fuir ns Hope could i.e, And danced in triumph o'er the sea! I saw her hence, a. shapeless thhig Sho tossed on ocean, lo and fro. As o'er her prow Hope could not lhn0' Ono smile to light her painful woe; She seemed 60 frail that nought could save Ilcr beauty from-a watery gravel . t t 'Via thus with man he presses o'er The eurfaco of life's mimic sea; And, rcstlpss, stcka some fancied shore, There lo. be blest, there to he free; But ttorms and chuds hid hopes o'crcast, And bliss is swallowed in the blast! MISCELL AlIL'OUS . From Godey's Lady's Book- OR, THE TWO WEDDING HINCJS. CHAPTER I. 'Love you, Charley? no, not a Lit! What should put such a ridiculous idea into yo...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 August 1850

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 1850. Democratic Nominal ions. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery County, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, . EPI1RA1M BANKS, ' Of MiJJlin Connty. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. POKTElt Bit AW LEV, Of Crawford County. FOR ASSEMBLY, DR. VM. A. SMITH (Su hject to the decision of the Representative Convention. COMMISS WNER. JAMES SKELLY, Of Summerhill Township. rnosEcuTXG attorney. MICHAEL IIASSON, Of Ebensburg. COUNTY SURVEYOR. THOMAS M'COiNNELL, Of Summerhill Toicnship. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Susquehanna Township. COUNTY MASS MEETING. TI.e Democratic citizens of Cambria county re requested to meet at lle Cojirt House in the Rorough of Ebensburg on Saturday, the 21th day of August, at 4 o'clocff P. M., for the pnrposo of selecting three Congressional Conferees to meet like Conferees from the counties of Bedford and Westmoreland. Hy order of the County Committee, JAMCS MURRAY, Chairman. August 7, 1850. 9 Wc are under renewed o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 August 1850

Missouri Election We refer our nadrs'to the Telegraph ic column for the result t'f the Missouri election; so far as it has been ascertained. The returns received do not look so gloomy for the Democrats, as was expec ted, alttKiiijh thire i little hope ot tiiein having a m tjoriiy in" the nxt Legi-di-ture. The Coutii'u' hi'atd from, give i!ie Whigs fully -seven members of the House, and thirteen Senators making sixty upon joint ballot. The Benton men have elec ted thirty-two members of the House, and three Senators. The anti-Uentonians have secured twenty members of the House, and two Senators! The united strength of the Democrats, so far as heard from, amounts to fifty-seven, three less than the Whig strength reported. The last St. Louis Union received, gives up the State to the Whigs, and adds: "It is true that in the political contest ef 1341, only 31 members were pleged to Uentou's support. This certainly was electing hun against great odds, but per sonal and political hostilitie...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 August 1850

JU - ' i1 f II DTI AY . c ;- i3,-5" ; 'V; . -'. & . 4 ; i : i : f. i TIjs Valcc cf illaunre. When the new lands are cleared, the soil should never be run so hard with grain as to make it poor, and unfit for grass. This seed should be sown with the the first grain, and then something may be expected that is worth fencing in. But we must keep stock, and be careful to save all the excrements, coupled with all the herbage that is not eaten, to restore to the soil what has been taken from it. This is the principal resource of the far mer who lives in the interior, and from whom we expect a portion of the grain, that is consumed in cities and towns where men and business congregate. The manure from neat stock is more abundant than from other animals in this part of the country, and this manure is less likely to be injured by heating than that which is dropped by horses and sheep. But the manure from neat stock, is much injured by freezing before it has been mixed up with other matter....

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 August 1850

; . : .i . i - A fTt t, i v ' i 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' RY JOHN G. GIVEN. EHENSI3URG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1850. VOL. G. NO. 47. From the London Court Journal. A GOOD STORY WELL TOLD. A light 'knock at the door interrupted the conversation. Anna cast a look of inquietude at her mother, for since the loss of their fortune no visit had broken their solitude. 'Go and open it, said the lady. W un smile she obeyed, and the opened door i ave entrance to a man, whom she inirac- a cave diately recognized as the stranger who had assisted tire poor old sullerer. The counten-juce of Mademoiselle Re- . vial at once assumed a grave and severe frls expression. Her mother perceived the j r$ut v change but before she could make an m- quiry into me cause, me stranger auvanceu and saluting her with rcpect, said: "Mad- ; ame, you are, I presume, the mothjr of this young lady?" j Madame Ilevial made a sign of assont, ! and pointed...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 August 1850

i .1 t , ' f. ' : Xt ' .i 1 f - " ! i i. f ;- . ' liVfifii'JfA j EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 5291950. Democratic lYominalious. FOfl COMMISSIONER. WILLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery County, FOR A UDITOR GENERA L, EPHHAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL. J. POKTEIt BltAWLEV, Of Crawford County. FOR ASSEM3LY, DR. VM. A. S3IITH (Subject to the decision of ths Reprticntativt Conttntin. COMMISSfONER. JA31ES SKULL Y, Of Summerhill Tew whip. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. MICH ALL HASSOA, Of Ebenzburg. CO UN TY S UR VE YO R. THOMAS M'CXhNJXLLI Of Summer hill Towntkip AUDITOR. JOHN BI2AUEU, Of Suiquthanna Township. Dentil oT Hon. Jesse Miller. We regret to announce the sudden death of the Houoruble Jesse Miller, editor cf the Keystone. lie died yester- day afternoon after a very short illness. .Mr. Miller, we believe, was a native of Perry county, and has filled many promi nent positions in the county of his nativ ity, and in the State and national govern mj;n!s. For several years h...

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