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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 March 1855

as- ' T.Y.:rie. '- V. THE BLESSHJCS OF GOYfcBlTKENT, LIKE THE PEJTS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTBIBUTH" . LTTTR TJP03I4THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH AND. THE POOIL t EB ENSBlIBGv; MRCOJlC 1 855, NEW-: SERIES. MX J . ( . . i I, , I I I I : : , . - . . ' i . i . . , . , , i .. , . , r. . . THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish - led every Thursday raorning, in Ebeiisbnrg' -- Cambria Co.P;,'at4l 60 per annum, ir paid .. . ih adtasce, if Mbt.i will be charged. "ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in ---'1 iiquare 3 insertions, - ',' ; Erery subsequent insertion, : . .. I square 3 month, - ; , J'l year,"., "" "17 " ''-col'it' 1 year, ' - $1 -00 'f 25 n 90 12 00 3 80 OO i 16 OO - f2ane CunJ. ?ith one !ypy of the : ' ' 't f - ,. LETTER OS" .. ... ff JION. WILEY P. HARRIS, , TO Col. J. T. H. Clairbome, of Mississippi, ON FOREIGN IMMIGRATION, -THE NATU- RALIZAT10N LAWS. AND THE SECRET V, ORDER OF KNOW NOTHINGS, -;; ; I.' ' 7 WAsnrxoTox, D. C , Feb. G? 1855. " DeaA Sir : My answer to your le...

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 March 1855

rskill; and another is; that tbe -foreigners who comobere exercise an undue and hurtful in-J fluence in elections. What ought to be doue to pre cnt these evils, and what are the reme dies preposed ? The great' Know-Nothing specific is the repeal of the naturalization laws, or what it almost equivalent to it, an .enlarge ment of the probation to twenty -one years. "Why twenty-one years should be adopted it la not easy to perceive. . Thereupon assigned is, that a native born American must be twenty one years old before he can rot. If we should go so far as to assume that the foreign adult is as ill-prepared to vote understanding as a new born American infant we hare still, in order not to violate the plainest rules of logic, 7 to assume that naturalization and the right to Mrote are one and the 6amething.-- A propo--. sition that is palpably absurd ; for it is evident ,that pne can exist without the other. The fright to vote iscotderived froai naturalization and may be conferred . tho...

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 March 1855

lECDATS-LXTER JOM EUROPE. fcAitr4YAlipriTHEi pacific v-xi p.V.'--;."li; ;TMffr Vina arrived below. . ' SuU IQ9 loliOWing ausirati ui " - - is to, Wednesday, the 27th nlfc., has been re ccived from Sahdy Ilobk, ,. . . . ,',; I " M " The Pacific arrived out at Liverpool on the '23L The -Pacific " saw a 'steamship off- the j -Skerries at 1 o'clock; P.?3L5on the r27th, supposed to be the Africa;'- -H T' ;'" ine union arrive .uu vi vu noon of the 26th.t.j -....!, T . v;r j; .,,-.' 1 1 . 3 - - T J 1 .1 flMliiinia itairoucmnA fi-nmK Tfaodish Cabinet .'which icng," a ' . lias been reconstructed. r. No important chan ges were,, however, made,' .except that Lord John Russell; has been made, Colonial Secre tary. . .Y.i.'.T'A .. i 'O.; . v j - Joseph 'Hume u dead: -': ' : ! Mr. itoepucKjs ; motion ; was carried mr a tjonrniittee of inquiry iuto the mismanagement of the'war.1 This occasioned"iho" retirements from the Cabinet. g f'l.y It is officially announced by. the Allies, that tra the 17th o...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 March 1855

I : i v. . 3 4i I:' 1' I 1 1 J A ' ' i i PraJCano Publico, .i NE W COO DO. ; JOHN MTOy has just received at Lytle's bid " stand,' In Jefferson, a well selected stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS "consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware, Queenswarc, Cedar Ware, Beady Made Clothing, . and a large lot of Boots and Shoes, for Men' , Boy. Ladies' and Misses' wear. ; Groceries of the vciy beat quality always on Land. - -' His motte is, " Snuill Profits, Quick Sales, and Ready pay." Having bougLt for cash, he is dc . iennined not to be undersold. He respectfully " tnvites his friend and the public generally to call j, and examine bis stock before purchasing clsc where. -' N. B. I am constantly receiving goods bv ex press. JOHN M'COY. Nov. 2, 1864. Itf. - IVotlce. ripO the neirs and Legal Representatives of ' -U- Nicholas KoRis, late of Alleghany township, Cambria county, deceased. Take notice, that in pursuance of a writ of Far ' tilion, issued out of the Orphan Court of Cam ' bria county, ...

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

- if f t !.J ' Bll i I I II .4 1 A-v , A , a ."7. , - 1 y THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEENEIEKT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES", SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, TEE EICH AND THE POOR. ebensburg; mrch 22; isss. STEW.- SERIES. VOL. 2. NO. 25. - i in ? tt- - its ita - r TBH5IS: TUE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Thursday morning, in Ebeusburg, Cambria Ci., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid - is advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in - serted at the following rates,' viz: to 1 square 3 insertions, , $1 00 Every subsequent insertion, ." 25 1 square 3 months, - ' 300 - 1 6 " - . 5 00 " " . 1 year, . 12 00 . ""corn 1 year, . SO 00 ' 1 '- " - " 15 00 - Business Cards with onecopyf the - Demochat & Sestisel, per year, 6 00 ; . NO GOD! The following verses by that sweetest of Amcri can poetesses, Mrs. Lydia Huntley Sigourney, sug gested by the words in the 14th I'salm of David, The fool hath said in bis heart, There is no Ood," is ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 March 1855

Dtmncrat nub tfrnlintl. riciiakd wits::::::::::::::::::iikxrt c. devixb s '. - i WHITE & DEYIKZ, Editors and Proprietors. EBENSBTJRG. TnURSD AY ' MORNING :::::::::::-.:M ARCH 22. "-. &-J. C Noox, Esq., on Wednesday morning, started on a trip to Kansas. Daniel J. Davis, David Evans, and William Walker, also . 'eft at the same time in company with Mr. Noon, bound for California, by the ovcjland route. '- Thy leave with the kind wishes of many fiienda for their future success and prosperity. Removaju.' Our fellow-townsman, Mr. Eatkiel Hughes has removed his stock, of goods to his new store room, which presents- a beautiful ap pearance, and challenges the attention of the bal ance of our merchants, who should follow suit. Mr. II. has received an additional stock of goods, which he Is offering at reduced prices. Give him a calL - ' . . ? ' . : : " . r Ebexsdubo Focxdby. It will be seen by an advertisement in to-day's paper, that Mr. Edwabd Glass Jiuslaken charge of the Ebensburg ...

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. — 22 March 1855

true, I pledge myself to prove in'a court of jus tice if the opportunity be afforded me. They are contained in a'book, one copy of which" is fur nished to each Council. The f Instructor" has possession of it and aJministors the oath from it, but the members are not allowed to have it. I suppose for the same reason that Roman Catholic PriesU lefuse to let their members read the bible, because they are too ignorant to read and under stand it.-" I thought it strange that they as an or der should adopt a course they so much disappro ved in othfers. " '. ". The candidate is first propped by a member of the Order, to the Council without bis knowledge. Three negative votes black balls him.- If elected -lie is' secretly requested to present himself in the anti-room of the Gojuncil, when an officer appears from within and administers to him the following oath : :L-.:; ? : '. : ' ' I , , do solemnly .swear upon this sacred -volume (or cross) before Almighty God and these witnesses, that I wil...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 March 1855

JJJI ai I 'M ; I - h 1 -. t -' - i 1 - ? i U f :- 1, f - i Pro Hmo. Publico, "" NEV GOODS.' fit f JOHN-it'COY L just received at Lytle's old stand, in Jefferson, a well selected stock of : FALLAND WINTER GOODS - ----- consisting -of Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware, Queensware, Cedar Ware, Ready Made Clotliing, and -a large lot. of Boots and Shoesy for Men's Bovs"; Ladies' and Misses' wear. - - : " - -Groceries cf the very best Quality "always on Laud.-' . - -,,'---.'-'- ilia motte is, " Small Profits, Quick Sales, and Ready pay." Having bought for cash, lie is de termined not to be . undersold. He respectfully tnvitcs his friends and the public generally to cr.il and sardine Li3 stock bsfore purchasing elsewhere.-:-- ; ' ' ,? N. B. I am constantly recuiring goods by ex- press. JOHN.M'COY. 23, '1854. Itf. n :-r -Not ire. TO the Heirs and Legal Represeutaiivea of Nicholas Kollis, late of Alleghany township, Cambria county, deceased. " ' . : Take noiee,tbat in pursuance of a writ of Par t...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 29 March 1855

!1 O' : ? -V - y' v; y n i i i i - 1 fait-? j .a :::r 'i .... J TILS E1E2SHIGS OF OOVESIJSET, IIKB THE OF HEAVETJ, EtlOULD E2 DISTSISTTTED ALXKE XTPOH THE man A2ID THE LOW, THE RICH ASD THE PCOR TEW SERIES. - i EBENSBUItG, fiXRCU 29, 1855; VOL. 2. KO. '20. -.11 ! L : 1 I IV t -1 I L J i .i ,r iv, t THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, i publish ed every Thursday morning, in Kbenelmrg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at 41 50 per annum, if faid is ' AUTAHCEif not $2 vrill be cbargeil. ADVERTISEMENTS rill be oonspicuoasly in aerted at the following rates, viz : l square 8 insertiona, , 41 00 Every subseqncnt insertion,' 25 1 square 8 mimths, 00 , 1 ' " 00 ; V 1 year, . s , 12 00 : . " col'n 1 year, -. v , -t , , 80 00 1 , ' . 15 00 . Bainne Cards wilh oee copy of the ' ' ' Dkmockat St Sr!rtit. rxr vwr, 6 00 - THE WASTED PLOWER.- v : The itorras 0 Heaven have bom thee down ; Thy tem ia bruke--4hy leaves arc Btrown , In wild dirler o'er the plain, ' ; , .' 7 j Wleuce 0ku ahalt never lift aaia '. , ' ' " Thy ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 29 March 1855

JU 4 v 4 i Dtm-orrnt amltntinrl. BicnAUD wmxii;u;::r:::u::::::::::HExax -c. dkvixe WHITE DEVIKE, Editors and Proprietor!. EBENSBURG. trilTRSDAY, B6llxiXQV:::::V:K;MARCn 29. ;r; H ; Removal. - : !; '."..' ' tti a few days wc contemplate removing the of- it .ficfl of the "Democrat & Sentinel", to tLe building 'now occupied by G eorge ' Harucanie. ; This .will .fiecessarily, prevent the appearance of a pa per nest week, fur w hich wo shall be corn pulled to ask. the Indulgence of oUr patrons'., : - ' 7 The W1L orf the 'dLynembernicnt of; Cambria, jand. $h. .erection, of Corieniaugbr with Johnstown aajt county scat, has at length . passed the House, ud is pjv id the hands of1-he Senator" During its progress it was warmly opposed - by Mr.Mc Cohnellof Indiana, who succeeded" when it' wag before-'' the'Etouse nthe i 15th fast'.',' in getting Whatfield 'townships 'I udiank " county, stricken Trpra the "bill by a vote of .J'cas, 33, Nays, Sl.r This :' vote was reconsidered. ,; when the. ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 29 March 1855

r y.Txom JhiladelpMa. r' ; W sCorjttpond'tftl Dmoeriu f.H ' ' "Prm titi,wni,' Afarci 25 1855-.,; r .TJbe'Ensub Government having by its improv idR ad - neglect Sacrificed tiousinxl ad teas of thousands of tbe lives of the brav troops sent o'the Crimea, acdliayihg laTed in its' scheme of enlidtiug, foreign jnereeuaries ,'on . the. , European Continent, h& resorted to the strange and lesper te expedient of opening recruiting offices-in the United States.1 Our city papers" are punishing an advertisement stating . that "The Lieutepaiit Governor ,f,;Nova Jicoua is (empowered ; by the British Government to raise any number of rmeri which may be required to seive' in the Foreign Lfcguuis'Depc(ts aW established at Halifa'x'nd directing applicants to inquire for further partic ulars uitS8 Soutii.Third Street, where they are furnished with money to pay their fare to llali- iax ; r ...... - .....-; .... .- .. ;r I do not know how successful this movement . ha been, "but in the dearth of em...

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. — 29 March 1855

IL 4 f f I . -It ? e . 4 -1 1 ' 4 i -' Pr Bono Publico. ... U N EAV C O O O G . . ff OHN M'COY has just received at Ly tie's old Cr stand, in Jefferson, a well selected stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS.;, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware, Queens ware, Cedar Ware, Ready Made Clothing, and a large lot of Boots and Shoes, for Men's Boys, Ladies' and Misses' wear. .X Groceries of the very best quality always on band. - --.-- - His motte is, Small Profits, Quick Sales, and Ready pay." Having bought for cash, he is de termined not to be undersold. lie respectfully tnvites his friends and the public generally to rail , and examine his stock before purchasing else where. . - . ' N. B. J am constantly receiving goods by ex press. ; , JOHN M'COY. Nov. 23, 1854. , ; tf. -- Hot Ice. TIO the Heirs and Legal Representatives of 'Nicholas Koll is, late of Alleghany township, Cambria coupty, deceased. ... V Take noticethat in pursuance of a writ of Par tition, issued out of the Orphans' Cour...

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. — 11 April 1855

f 45 ." THE BLESSIUGS OF. GOVESHHEHT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES", SHOULD BE DlSTBIEUTrD ALIKE TJPOjST THE HIGH AND' THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. .... v. '....- t. mnsw- series. EBEJySBURGf,r:lA;BniILll,;:I855; VOIi. 2. NO. 27.: If lit I I I ' 1 l - - .. l m TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ; ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 60 per annum, if paid : is advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in- -serted at the following rates, viz : . i square 3 insertions, - . Every, subsequent insertion, ; i -' . 1 square 3 months, ' ?. i : 6,. " . . : ; : :. f. l year ; .-:...:.. j ' ool'a . I year, - "' - . . j . eBusiness Cards,' ; - :- . 3-Twelve liues constitute a square. n oo 25 . S 00 ."TOO; 12 00 80 00 15 00 6 00' "1 OUR CHILDHOOD. BY GEOBGE . :.Tl sad yet sweet to listen . . -. To the soft wind's gentle swell, . . ..And think we hear the music - - -v ' Our childhood knew so well ,1 : To gaze out on the even" , ...

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. — 11 April 1855

J)tranrratnnb Jrniiiul. ichabd wmir: :n:::::::::::nKSRT c. dbvixe if SITS DEVISE, Kditort and Proprietors. EBEWSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING::::::: :APRIL 11 ,XSL Subscribers to the Democrat If Sentinel, who changed their resident on the first of April. will please notify us, so that their papers can be properly mailed. - . Conemaugh County. We publish in to-day's paper, the proceedings upon the passage of the bill fof the erection of thia county through the House of Representatives. We do this for the purpose of placing them upon record, acd that the people of the whole county " may be fully informed Upon a subject ou which " they are so deeply interested- The bill is now before the Senat, but as yet, no acuon nas oeen naa upon 11. u isiest in formation from Harrisburg. leads us to suppose. r X it may possibly be defeated in that body, at lst if the voice of the people of Cambria, as ex pressed by their numerous remonstrances, and meetings in every township in opposition to the preject,...

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. — 11 April 1855

Glorious Democratic Victories in. Ohio . XaowMothingum Routed.. . The spring elections alhrd the most gratifying evidence that tlie Democracy are rapidly regain ing their ascendency in Ohio. The following cities and large towns have gone agains-t the Know-Nothings" and in favor of the Democrats by a decided vote. Look at the pyramids : " AKRON, -CIHILICOTIIE, V CUYAHOGA FALLS, DAYTON, NEW RICHMOND, MEDIA, TOLEDO, SANDUSKY,. HAMILTON, CINCINNATI, FREMONT, , These places gave large Know-Nothing major ities last fall. In C dumbus and Cleveland the bigoted and prescriptive order oi:ly succeeded by meager majorities. The Democratic ship has right cd up, and we have every indication that we wil! politically sweep the State in October next ! Speaking of the result 'of the election in Dayton, the Empire says : ' ' TLe result of the election in this city yester ihvr proves the truth of what we have all ir.g contended for ' that the people can, if they will, defeat the Know-Nothings at every ...

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. — 11 April 1855

Jul St -! '4 -' ' i .1 :J;t Sowing Cloverseed. ? ..-:,: r .Sowing cloverseed in the spring upon grain, or tspon land that had baea previously seeded witb timothy, Is 83 well understood in this re gion, that information upcn this subject is scarcely informatiou at all. Still we raaj not be doing any harm, in giving the method of an Indiana farmer, which will be fund de tailed below. The obj ction to sowing in the chaff, ia the uncertainty of the quantity sown otherwise the views of our Indiana friend may possess sotae weight : My time for sowing is in the 3 J month (March) about the last freeze, or. cold spell, when the ground ia frozen ; if rain or wet weather precedes it, there will be icicles, as it were, oozed out of the ground, the seed falls between these, and when melted covers the seed nicely ; it eaves the trouble of harrowing, which is recommended by many, and h con sidered indispensable to late sowing. I also find, by experience, that sowing in the chaff is much the surest...

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. — 18 April 1855

5o a.- ? . - it; . . THE BLESSINGS OF QOVEENMEITT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DI3XrXl . NEW SERIES. EBENSBURG. ZiO', 1 TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT '& SENTINEL, is publish, ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg - Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, it paid " is advakce, if not $2 will be charged. " ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, vis : - - - -.' l square 3 insertions, ; $1 00 $3 very subsequent insertion, - -'-; 25 4 square 3 months, - S 00 - - 6 " ' -. i 00 r " ; 1 year, - ' - 12 00 corn 1 year, 30 00 " . 15. 00 Business Carda, ' " ' 6 00 .- " -Twelve liue3 constitute a square. ' ?' - A GL02I0US LAND. . BT W. J. PA-EODIE. '- : Our country I -'tis a glorious land! With broad arms stretcJa'd from shore to shore The proud Pacific chafes her strand, - She hears the dark Atlantic roar ; . And, nurtured on her ample breast, - How many a goodly prospect lies In Nature. wildest, grandeur drest, ; Enamel'd with her loveliest dyes. - , . ' Rich ...

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 April 1855

V n m rr f r n f n ii h f iH i it r ( BicnARD wkitb::::::::::::::::::::::hexry c. devikk trAVr& & EEVirS, Editors and Proprietors. EzmrcLURG. - WKDKF.SnAY MORNrNG.':::::::::::AlPmL 18. - BS- The unusually late arrival of paper, is our apology this week, for not issuing on Wednesday, as usual. - . r " ' ' .' ; ' - . &3 The office of the Democrat Sentinel, Las been removed to the house lately- occupied by Jacob ArforJ, a3 a Tin-Shop, on Main street, one string' will always be out." - - $3- Uur fneud, Edward koberts, is receiving nd opening, a large and beautiful stock of new and well-assorted Goods, which have been care fully selected to suit the wants of our town aud county. Citizens, give him a call. ' . . . fcr" Our town has been enlivened, fcr the last few days, with the company" of a Philadelphia German Band." They certainly discourse beauti ful music, and if "we judge from the many enco miums passed upon them by thoe who have an ear and can appreciate good music they...

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 April 1855

' From Philadelphia. " Ccrrupondenee of the Democrat $ Sentinel.. ; ' ' Philadelphia, 6, 1855. Our politicians of all parties have of late been very busy in preparing for the election in May j next, when a City Treasurer, City Commissioner, Councilmen and various Ward officers are to be elected. The contest will probably be somewhat animated. ; The regular Whig City Convention lias made its nominations for City officers. Dur ring its deliberations a scries of resolutions, strong ly 4 denunciatory of Know-Nothingism w-ere in troduced, butfLaving been laid on the table twenty-two delegates withdrew, and expressed an in tention of making separate nominations. The Democratic Gty Convention was held a few days since. . Before it was thoroughly organized objec tion was made to the admission of certain dele gates, on tie ground that they belonged to the Know-Nothing or American party. A committee of investigation was appointed who reported that, they should not be admitted unless they woul...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 April 1855

; Facts For Fanner. ; i Tt U fact that all domestic animals can be improved in Uze and value. One hundred and fifty years' ago the average weight of cat tle at the Smithfield market, was not over 370 pounds, and! that of sheep .23. -Now the average, .weight of the former is .over 800 pounds, and of the latter 80 pounds. " : The a erage we;ght of cattle. properly termed Beeves, in New York market, is about 700 pounds, 6heep 50 pounds. . The average live'weight of the heaviest drove of beeves of 100 in number ever brought to this market .2067 pouuds, weighed from dry feeding, in Illinois last spring; The mode of selling cattle in New York is at so much per pound for the estimated weight of meat contained in the four quarters. The . estimation is made upon the live weight of cattle as follows. " - J . A drover in buying a lot of grass fed com mon stock in Illinois, should never calculate to get an estimate of over one half here of the live weight there. That is, if the drove aver age 1...

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