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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 2 May 1855

ill 1)11 in 1 . THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, t.tttf. THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON" THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AND THE POOR. NEW SERIES. EBENSBURG, MAY 2, -1855. VOL. 2. NO. 29. TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wedaesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 perannum.tr paid - Iff advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADySiimSMStfrS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz : 1 square 3 insertions, tl 00 Every subsequent insertion, ' . .25 1 square 3 months, 00 . 6 " ? 00 : ," 1 year,- 12 00 "corn 1 year, . MOO ; a " 1 5 00 Business Cards, 6 00 03Twelve lines constitute a square. From the Sunday Dispatch. ' TEE PRIEST ALTHE PAIBTEH. A STORY FROM THE FRENCH. BY K. KARDIX ASDBKW8. CHAPTER I. It was in Paris, in the year 1724. At that lime there stood at one end of ''la Rue St. Andre Des Art"," loftj building of a som bre and unpretending appearance. The lower part of the edifice was occupied as a vegeta ble ...

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. — 2 May 1855

Drmnrrnt nnh fc?rniiiul. KICKABD WH7TB"! :hexht c. bevixb . if SITS & DEVISE, Editor and Proprietors. EBENSBURG. -WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::::::::::::::MAY 2. Gopey'b Lady's Book. We Lave recieved the Mat number of this excellent periodical, which f rontains its usual variety of instructive and en tertaining reading, and is embellished b a num ber of engravings which are really beautiful. The colored plate of fashions is unrivalled, and ths nu merous illustrations of embroidery, and patterns of theljulie3 toilet which are given, cannot but ren der it acceptable to its subscribers. We are always glad to receive Godey, and the punctuality of its appearance renders it as a visitor doubly welcome. $We have perused with feelings of unalioyt-d pleasure, the speech of the Hon. Philip Johnsoz? of Northampton, delivered in the House of Rep resentatives of this state on the 23d nit., on Na tiveism and Know Nothingism. The sentiments embodied in his remarks prove him to Le a lover of his count...

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. — 2 May 1855

Citg (BmttBfta&mt. From Philadelphia. .. . " , - Correspondence of the Democrat Sentinel. Philadelphia, April 22, 1855. The 8th Anniversary of the battle of Cerro Gor do was appropriately celebrated by tha returned Volunteers of the Mexican war, by dedicating the new Scott Legion Monument, erected by the State in Clenwood Cemetry, to mark the last resting place of a number of their gallant companions who have already " shuffled off this mortal coil," and where they, too, will find their last earthly resting place. About one hundred and fifty of them were in the procession, most of them still quite youth ful in their appearance, but deeply tinged with the bronjw hue of a Mexican sun. They were accom panied by a large military escort of our volunteer companies, forming a very handsome display, and Dr. Joel" B. Sutherland delivered an appropriate and eloquent oration at the Geinetry.' The U. S. Sloop-of-war St". Louis, commanded by Captain In graham, who was warmly lauded for his b...

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. — 2 May 1855

r about his apartments in evident satisfaction, when be had achieved any great purpose of " the Church or state. 1 he philosopher JNew ton would occasionally abaudon his abstract . studies, and go forth and employ himself ty knocking at street doors, solely that he might njoy the angry exclamations of the scivants who answerd bis prankish summons. What was such pastime but a species of insanity? The apostle St John, while on his mission at Patmos, was wont to engage himself in taming ' patridges a pursuit apparently utterly incoin jatible with the dignity of the author of the glowing beauties of Apocalypse. Thus we 2nd the extremes of littleness and greatness, proving the trite apothegm that tbere is but one step from the sublime to the ridiculous." The priest had not told the artist and bis family that they would be guarded for the fu ture agaiust the misery and poverty which had overtaken them. He had devised his plans, and attached great importance in scrupulously concealing them...

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. — 9 May 1855

HI - AM H i - THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEBtf MEHT, TIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN; SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALEZE DPOBT THE HIGH AND THE LOW. THE EICH AND THE POOR. NEW:SERIES; EBENSBURG; MA 9, :1855 VOL. 2. NO. 30. -A " . J. 7 . v. ill TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed evry Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co.'; Pa;, -at Si 50 per annum, rr paid IS advance, if not $2 will be charged. ' ' ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, via: 7:i - I square 3 insertions, ? $1 00- rery subsequent insertion,' ! " ". 25 1 square 8 months, - 1 S 00 1 . ! '6 " ' - ' - 4 00 ' ' 1 year, ' ' : ! ' :J 12 00 col'n ,; 1 year, ; ' : - 30 00 1 - t ,- - ,-- - ' is oo - :- Eiisines.i Cards, - ' ' : ' 1 ' ';& 00 tK-Twel ve lines constitute a nquare. ? i- - From Dicken's Ilousehdd Words. . " THE CRADLE SONG OF THE POOR. t '" HcsH! I cannot bear to see thee . . . j-.ri Stretch thy tiny hands in vjiin : ...; I have got no bread to give thee, iiJ; Nothing, child, to. ea...

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. — 9 May 1855

Win. SameL- Dnnorrtit nnti Irniitifl HicfltniF whitk:::; ::n:jfK c.ievi!k .IITB & DEVTNE, Editor and Proprietor. EBENSBURG.. WEDNESDAY MORNING::::::::; :V .V 9. ,'i ' : Dedication. "' - - On the 0ih of tins m6ntb, will be dedicated by the lit. Rev. Bishop O'Connor, the new Catholic Church at Jefferson, in ilna county. '; , . - New Advertisements. - !- Sheriffs Sides. List of Retailers of Merchan dise, 4-c,;iu Cambria county. Administrator's Notice, by Thomas O'ConnelL-rStray Mare, by Thomas . Durbin.-Feter McGough, Justice of the Peace, will attend to collodions, &c Joseph G winner has an assortment of Domestic Goods . which he will exchange for wool. ' Pennsylvania must be Redeemed. : ' ,Wo. trust our democratic friends will not consi der us as premature, in calling their attention to the importance of effecting an immediate and Uwr-r oagh organization of the party, in every election district in the Commonwealth, for the purpose of rallying our forces for the approaching ca...

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. — 9 May 1855

.AdiuluUti atom's police. "V"ilRi;X S - lAtlers of diuinUi ration,' with V . tir aitucxeil, Jsn ve" been granted to the -undersized" by the Register of Cambria county,! onihe estate of William O'ConnelL; late of Cam bria township, in said county, deceased : all per sona, indebted to the- estate are hereby notified to tnake "payment "without delay; and those having claims will present thern properly authenticated for settlement. 1 -v- "."- ' ' V' THOMAS O'OONNELL, Administrator:. iCainbrta township, May,'1855.--4t.-a - --; i' Farmers Look Ilere. n; THE subscriber respectfully informs his old s customers, that he is again about to call iiri them with' his stock of Domestic Goods, among which wQl le fonnd the following articles : Cover lets, "Bla'ii'&ets,- plain and figured Satinets, Cassi mcres, Tweeds, Jeans, barretl,nd plain Flannels Linscys, together with - numerous other articles Vvhich he will exchange for wool. If persona who have wool to dispose of do not wish gooda in ex c...

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. — 9 May 1855

JUL in 1,? . Ml' IK : i - l ! . i u f 1 If n The snderaigned .laying; removed to the new building two door west of the old stand," would respectfully Inform hU customers and th public generally, that he has lately added to his former apply of Goods, and keeps constantly on Land full supply vt : , Ctapla and Taney Dry Goods, flilk -Gooda, made-up Clothing, Hats and dps, BooU and Shoes, Hardware and Cutlery. Carpen ter's tools. Smith' tools. Nails. full supjOy of aArted Ear Iro.i, Sheet an I Hoop Iron. 8t ivw and cast hollow-ware eoiistantly on Laud. Alw, copper and tin waro. Or scries, wholesale and retail. Tin-;, Puolar and C'.icrrr Lumber b night and Goods will tij ld at the very lowest prices in exeh;iDgc for Cash or Country Produce. . E. nUGHES. KU-nibitrg, March 15, 1865. 1L.EATUCK. . ' FRITZ, HENRY & Co. Ko..2 North THIRD Street, PHILAD'A. Mor.occo Masctactcbers, Ccriebs aud Im roBTERB or FRENCH CALFSKINS, and dea 1 iu Red and Oak SOLE LEATHER & KIPP. Feby. 22, 1855. 1 ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 16 May 1855

"MY THE BLESSINGS OP GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTBXDUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH AND THE POOR. , - EBENSBUHG, MY 16, 1855. VOL. 2. RO. 31. inn 111 I II I I ' J .THIS DEMOCRAT &SENTINEL, is publish ed every AYednesday morning, in Ebensburg, v Cambria Co;.; Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, ir paid iir advasce; if not $2 will be charged. ' -ADVERTISEMENTS will bo conspicuously in- " sorted at the following rates, viz : lu ' : 1 square 3 insertions, .-. - 00 ; :: Every subsequent insertion,-,. " ;J ,;..' 25 -1 square 3 months, , ... . - 00 -Vl JM -.ft'.." . '" . " -" .-' ? 00 ; ' " " 1 year," T - - 12 00 . . "cora I yar, '80 00, t . . i . " v " - is oo - Business Cards. - ' i 5 00 j : CcTwelve lines constitute square- ' i ; TUB UTTtE BOY XII AT DIED. . 4 ' Dr. Ohalmors is said to be the author of the : beautiful poem, written " on the occasions of th death of a young son whom ho greatly loved zr . " t am all alono in my chamber now. ' ' And the midni...

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. — 16 May 1855

Jul 1. f . U : ; 4 .. 1 " ' I "' i. i ,--V . .,1 4 V 4 it." r ; I J. ! lit mo fiat anb gEntint I. ft!C2ASn wurt:::::: ::::ksnet c. devinti ITX M SXVIXE, Editors and Proprietors. EBEIISBURO. - WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::::::::::MAY 1 Car Proipeots. -rVosi the. moment that William Penn first set fit ca the soil of Fennsjlvania, tip to the present time, the has been the hem of toleration, and the asylum of the oppressed of every clime, and we cannot "bring oursel v-ea to believe, that the dan gerous and prose rip tire principles of Know-Xoth-Ingiam, principle tacensistent w"th the plighted fslth of the nation, and worthy to be held only by the lowest and meanest of mankind, ever will find t permanent home and abiding place on her soiL How far w are correct in this opinion, the result of the present contest between Democracy and Know-Nothingisni will determine. The contest U on of much importance, and is well calculated to excite the interest of every friend of Republican Institutions. Proud...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 16 May 1855

spectacle which England presents, where vir tue on the throne directs the destinies of a country under toe empire of a liberty without r danger to its grandeur. " "i tn the vcning Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Napoleon and Eugenie visited the I "talian opera. - 500 guineas were given as the 'quotation for boxes, and 30 guineas for single (tails in the favored parts of the house where "on the occupants.' London, west of Temple bar, waa illuminated. Wednesday,' the 18th, the Qaeen conferred ca the Kmperor the in veatiture of the garter The Queen buckled :" the garter around the Emperor's leg and placed the riband across his shoulder. On Friday the Emperor and Empress, ac companied by the Queen and Prince Albert, visited the Crystal Palace, at Sydenham, where 20,000 persons were assembled to receive them. In the evening the Queen gave a sup- i per and concert,: and the American Minister " - r: J . - w .turned home. Tin Acstriass is tub Priscipauties Oct- - KAGX BT ASJ AUSTRIAN OfFI...

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. — 16 May 1855

,..,,,.,:r;.'oTicE:; i. ""fnrTE notes 'and aoc6'intetf the tato firm'of I Robert Davis & Co., and Davis, Evans & Co., having been kfl with the subscribers for colleo- tioa, all person- indebted- to either of the said firm, arc hereby requested to call and make pay ment on or before the first day of May, next, as " dts will be instituted after that time. - : ' ; - ' JOHNSTON A MCLLLN. Aprii ii, 13S3. i- ; ?- x ' - COURT SAf,E. BY vutae of u orJor of the Orphan' Court, the fallowing real e;trtt.!at-2 the property of ; D-nh;! Kcvfe, dct, wili hxpA to pnbhc p.iIj. at th hoUie of John O Jfrey, m QaUitzin, : fa-tibr":: cv-:ty. on -" . ; . ' Thr.lt3 6 10& Ay of J4y,1855,.' ; the" undivided half of fivo acre of land, more or ' lei, adjoining Undi of the Pennsylvania Railroad Oro-pany, Samuel WatU, Jauie M'C'.otkey, aud i utbuTA. - - - ' ' . Also Tha undivided half of a lot or r.iooe of ?r..und, situate in the village of GalUtzhi, ad Vriiiiug the Pennsylvania Railroad, land of Ja...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 16 May 1855

JUL t; ; y i 1.'r i . ; -A ' - 1 v .- - ' .,,..l;V siotice.- : j " fptTE Wea'and suvcdunta-1 of :the tito firm -of I Robert Davis & Co., and Davis, Evans & Co., having been lift with the subscribers fur colleo 'tinn, all persons indebted-to either of the said firm, are hereby requested to call and make pay ment on or -before the first day of May, next, as " wits will be instituted after that time... ' , , ' ' JOHNSTON & MULLEN. ORPM4XS' COl'Bf SAtC BY virtue of ku orJor of the Orphan' Curt. tb fjilutfing roil .;MC lata the property of D-nicI Kccfe, -tfcuud, wili b esp-jwd to public L at the hoa of John tl xl'Vey, in Galhtzu, : &uubr:: cyicty, cm .. . - - Thursday tSu y -3-V, 1855, . . the undivided half of Bvo acres of land, more or lei, adjoining lands of the Pennsylvania Railroad : Cmpiay. Sainufcl Watts, Jaiut M'C'.oskey. aud . Also Tha undivided lnJf.of alitor pioce of ermnd, situate in tho vi'lige of Gal'.itzhi, ad jiiniug the -Pennsylvania- Railroad, land of Ja...

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. — 23 May 1855

A yrSr-- .- .- 4.., . . V J i ' - ; ' ' 'J - :-srxs.-- ! livnis .Vltf S -ITHt'iS'ftL-' -I? v O III 'HI 111 Mil T'A Si ff T --C 1"!- :- 1 - i .. - -a ruir;.:-;4 r x. jHE BLESSINGS 0? .G0YI2L1OIENTIIKE TfijS DET7S OF HEAVEBT, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE HIGH AND THE P00E,' - 1 " - . , v. - . 5E li I III , il! Isi i t Itl . if r THE DEMOCRAT & SENTIXEL, is putlisb ed eyCTy Wedaesday; morning, is Ebensburg, j,vCmbria Co-T Pa;, at $150 per annum, ir paid in advakce. if not $2 will be charged. . ADVERTISEMENTS, will be conspicuously in sertcd at the following rates, viz : 1 square 3 insertions, "" ': ' Every subsequent insertion,' 1 square 3 month,-" ' '-fs1 1 :.- t 6 st: f'. ir t cr:-. ji col'n 1 year, . - 5 f , .". ' ... . BuuiessCards, -1 -,''. f -1 0-Twelve lines constitute a square. $1 00 ' - 25 ; 3 00 . 9 00 .12 -Oa, .80.00 15 00 -6 00 '. ' . From the Home Journal. THE FACTOBY GIRL. .'. . BT MR8. MARY A KIDDER- Bhu boasts no rich and costly robes, ...

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. — 23 May 1855

JUL ; - ) i. . ' 3 Jhmorrnf nnii Irntinrl kicbabd whitk::::::::;;;.;:::v"""h2 c. oevtke sfSlTS DBTIIZ, Editor and Proprietor. EBEHSBTJRG. WEDNESDAY MORNiyQ-n:::::::::::MAY 23. "" E7Messrs. LkxXOX AKittell have just recei ved a large and splendid assortment of fancy dry goods, jewelry, 4c Their soda fountain is also iu operation and all who desire a cool and refresh ing beverage are inrited to give them a call. . The Past and the Present. It is certainly to be regretted that a few of the Apostles of Know-Nothingism, such as Simon Cameron, Joseph Hiss, Judge Baird, and a choice selection of the young patriots who have been re cently appointed Aid-de-Camps to his Excellency with the rank of Colonel, were not in existence during the early days of the Republic They would doubtless hare done much towards enlight ening the old fogy statesmen of that period, by convincing them of the absurdity of several foolish notions, such as.fhat religion is an affair between each individual consrience ...

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. — 23 May 1855

..: ,: . : From Philadelphia, Correspondence of the Democrat $ Sentinel Pfnt tran.pwiA, May 20,1855. The demolition of the Cbeaaut Street Theatre is rw fairly coder wayan? a large portion ofthe valla have already been taken down. In a few day more sot a relic of this once popular place of amusement -will be left upon its ancient site. The two wooden statues which ornament the front, one representing the genius if tragedy, and the other thai of comedy, have been purchased for the emi nent tragedian, Forrest, and he will no doubt care fully preserve them as mementos of Old Drury. The scenery and wardrobe were purchased at pri vata sale, by Bufus Welch; to be used in a new circus he intends building soon. The lot of ground upon which the Theatre stood is very valuable.' It was purchased a few years since by Mr. Swifl, who has recently re sold it at a profit of about $50,000. . . . .. . Daring the past -week Governor Pollock has been busy in visiting our public schools and cliar itable ...

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. — 23 May 1855

JUL i. : i J -1 :1 4 ..ro.:,..w-.,PriIIJC.XOTICE..f.: 2 ZTew Grand Duchy pf Baden Lottery Lean,' s- Capital 14,000,000 Florins. - TIMS LOAN id guaranteed by the Government, and will be drawn in different prizes, as fol lows:. t-" - -fH' if bf; 60,w" of 40,o(k Fis;- 12 of &5 ,000 Fli -23 of 1 6 JOOO Fbl 2 of 12 .000 FLL o"J0,000 " 40 5,000". 2 ." 4,200 " 8 "-4,000 " 368 "-2.0C0"' 1944 J 1,000 " iro., Src - - - -i - " r- maTwosrprT2o .betfig-12 T. " ; 13 fiorina arr equal to 5 DoH.tf a. t TtinfcXt .Drawing take place at Carlsruhe, nn the Direction of the Badeu "krrtrnmcintJ'ba- .-i i . v Tka gi,f jtfa- 1355, - rhc'evorv dravrn number must obtain one of the abovmnticned Prizes, 'whieb will be paid ia Cash, at fhe offices of the undersigned. .Those fortunate Shareholders not residing on the spot, wiHaviTtTieiriuoimr. of "Prizes cainedbard"lo them through air established" Bnnk4 The Lists of I. -1, 1 J. I. 1 ... tne rwSUll Wilt OO Heni-KJ ewn oiirenoiuer,(nim the successful numbers pu...

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. — 30 May 1855

ejiv -?-r jr.- i -5;-jpt.rrs1 t ; '4y A' 7- THE BLESSINGS OF aOVEEHMENT, T-TTTTC THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTBIBTTTED ALIKE TOON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AND THE POOE. It.... - J. EBENSBURG, MAY 30, 1855. VOL. 2. ISO. 33. JfEW SERIES. ." sv ' 7 : Jk. JV vk; vv ... . ; . TERM : THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, , Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, IF paid - IK advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in- J serted at the following rates, Til : . ' r" 1 square 3 insertions,- '- XI 00 r Every subsequent insertion, 25 s 1 square 3 months, wiS " T t 00 .,1 r .6 ,' j .- :, oo . - " .1 year, . . - - 12 oo. "col'o 1 year, i , . ,80 00 16 00 " Business Cards. -7 7 6 00 - wet ve lines constitute a square. .,' Anniversary Celebration of the Landing of t the Pilgrims of Maryland, at the site of St. Mary's City, May 15th, 1855. Dear Sentinel: On our arrival in good old Baltimore a " few days" ago, we we...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 May 1855

JL Yrcmr;n3e difFcrer.ct; between the adimnistration jof Il'."pabli?."!?te How i uuicut.-i now and that of the early rolour f Maryland, we yet can sec tliu e,:o-e relation. w:iicl- the iWlncr as a result bc.i -j t!io litwr a a :id we as read ily Uissivcr, not inorvriy how much thoao bene- fccial cUiti-.s ot nKrlTn taut r.rj dependent ou tlivi ty)proTCivat of cmvu -.stance:; hut we alsj ;o Uow luudr tht j.npr i-wnent 15 due t.i th.j character id'lhj . . I y (.iovrrumeat. --The clmrtr granted frd Kaltimoftf dif fered essentially from iImsc held by tLor fr ip:k-tnr!s. It csnwy-d n power not nual f "rant-sml- ii?cd f .riving- Mar. land, a. I'lBu-.ioili! C.Ha?:H. it t i'lHtnvu on n me ; .!K;r4i 'iiv'ad. iiqu:ry 4 yuldtiuate. j S.tart- iiir .u iw:eo with th-it l-iiic t-p in iidvauee, it j ;iTth n ':id 'Ufv.H,? cob nkvV'tu the essential i p-p?rty of indop -aden're. sad 'it cannot be e.rt'.C I'M t'ji'S during: tic timi thr. colon y was 4nv.mi3i br the dvutv which-, founded it, it r.auILste ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 May 1855

Tftroni-RiiladelpMa.; Correspondence of the Democrat " Philadelphia; 1865. The parties with whom our City authorities have CTBtoacibr Motion pf a JFlre Alarm Telegraph, have commenced operations, mad will toon -have it in complete working order From the Mayor's Office at the corner of Fifth and Chesnni streets, lines will diverge, lntof every sec-: tion oi the CUyii;Xi4Mt9f,5ei meat in a City, like this,-extending ovet large space of ground, . will be . ery great. -' If ' riot breaks out in a distant region, information at once can be jcon ve yed to the .central., office, and the whole police force immediately ordered to the seen? of conflict, and by prompt' action thus be enabled to speedily quell what with w nttiedelay would have become a very formidable outbreak."" Criminals who are- pursued by the , police will also have their chances .for escape greatly reduced, and after ffectually' baffling Policeman Kb. 1 in one section, will unexpedly.; fiad Policeman No. 2 in another local...

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