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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 August 1855

mlridl" HAVINO purchased tcutirc.KUicli.andJix' tares of tlic Ebcnsbur Foundry, tlie nbs crlbcr U pipred to furnish fanners aud others-' NtvjlM, Plough Pc!?:t, gloves'. Bill) Iron, Ttiret.-!. j .tcL.aea, nd H castings of any Vind tltaf'tnay W ncck-d in rhcawmnuaity; " j,-''- -' I " ' '' By strict attention to the business f tlic con cern, he hopes to merit, and trusts he will receive liberal patronage from those In want of articles mUs line. ' ' V;1" ' "V V All buslnwss'done at th Foundry. ' ' ' ' - . ; EDWARD GLASS. Match 22,'55-tfl f ! ':''--7;l';-: ;"r . Cambria Counly,SS. ' . ' ii' 7 CummmweaWt Vtnnsyleania tt JO JIN TAYLOR tf Cambria county. Urkktixo: - WHEREAS, Frances A.M. Taylor, by icr next Mend Isiac W. Gordon, ex relatione, did on tbe twenty-second day of November, A. 1. 1 861, prefer her petition to our nakl Judges of our Cmrt of Ctfnmon Pleas for the county of Carn brw, praying for tlie causes tiierein set forth'. Unit t.h might bo divorced, from the bonds of , nialri m...

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. — 22 August 1855

J iOZ .'A-Ar ! IstVUl ':-- 4 tries aXt v-J 4 ; ill i i i the elecsc:c3 c? corri3tic3JT, tttr tiis DS'trs c? eeavit esottlS 'ci tttEzTZD Aimc xnotr ins nidn And the low, tns 2uca aud the tcozl 5- jf 1 "V f) ' EBENSBtmG, AUGUST. 22,: 1855. VOL. 2. KO. 44. J - .1 ill l l l l l - . . x: v i i i , i ii .i b : t V i 1 ' . 1 , i t II I II I IJLuJ ?. Kjr -A VI V L M : JL Sr -11V Vl V L VI" "T J VV V, 4 A yOX- j7nxV ih V I: 1 t ' THE DEMOCRA SENTINEL, fs dblish i -d very Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, - Cambria Gx P;, at $1 60 per annum, IF paid adVanc, if not $2 will be charged. " ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in- - serted at the following rates via : 1 square 8 insertions, $1 00 ; 1 Every subsequent insertion, 25 " 1 square 3 months, " - S 00 j :- - - 6 . - - S 00 1 year, ' M "col'ii 1 year, 80 00 ..-.ij , f, . !-.: - 15 00 - Business Cards; ' ' ' 6 00 - ttJ-Twelve lines constitute a square. -Otmbrla Caanty Agricultural JSQr ID. SHOEMAKESi President. ; B. J, FBOU DFOOT, 1 y Pre6id...

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 August 1855

Dtmpfrut nitbJmtinrl RicniHD wotts." :t:t:::::;:::nxxaT o. drvixb - WHITE DKYHTK, Editata'aiid Freprietors. ; ; EEEIJSSTOtJ. : , ; ,'wKbNKSbAY MORNING::?:::;:AUGUST 32. . FOB CANAL COMMISSION EB. HON.: ARNOLD PLU".ER, Of VETfANGO COUNTY. FOR ASSFJf EL V, ' " TJ EOIM3 E N. SM ITU, of Johnstow n. FOB sheriff,. , JAMES MY KRS. of Ebenshurg.' it ISAAC TEETER, of Conemaugh. . CUARLES D. MUKKAY,of Cambria. - FOB AUI'lTOK. v. , - ..." ROBERT. McCOMBIE, of, Carroll. . FOB FOOB norSB DIRECTOR, - JACOB FR0N1IEISER, of Johnstown. ft ':- -jcj-Geo. A. Crofut. No. 73 South Fourth Street, i above Walnut, -".Philadelphia, is our . authorized agent to rocej re subscriptions a. id ad vertisenieuts for tliU paper. - -,.-' , ' "". : " , : Hotice- : . ' . The members of the Democratic County Com .J hiittee, are requested to meet at the Court House, 'in the borough of Ebensburg, on Tuesday the 4 th day-of September, at 2 o'clock P. M. A general attendance is requested, business of im ; portance will be t...

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 August 1855

t Four JS&ft taXet from. Europe-, : ;-VmtV-AL OF TIlE AMERICA. .1 ? Haw ax August a5.- The Cunard steaux--lup America front Liverpool, with dates to Saturday the 4th inBt., arrived here tins af ternoon; t half-part four o'clock., . . JThe steamship North Star, from Jscw York for Havre arrived out on the 2d inst.. The o tKJ" Hoire represent that ..- ill ill 17 will be preparca ior gcu" - I- S iure of fifteen days The llu.s-ians have . succeeded in estatuit-a-ing rifle pits in front of the French Sappers. The advices from the Orintea are to the 28th ult., and announce continued prepara tions for a irrand expedition. All the vessels of the fleet were assembled at Kamiesche, - It was reported in Paris that the Freneh government had official notification of the re sumption of the bombardment of the Malakoff I and Redan, preparatory to an assault r . The Viceroy of Egypt is negotiating with the Bedouins to serve in the Crimea. It was telegraphed from London on Satur day noon that the ...

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 August 1855

i ,! ' 'i , '-' t i t VI i ; i j HAVING pif chased the entire-stock and'fix turee ot the Ebensburg, Foundry, tbesiib-' scriber is prepared to furliwU farmers and tothers With r- . .' fi " ' ploughs, Plovdiv IVrfr'!, CleVes. Mill Iron, Tbmas &lacblDM,'' ' and castings of any bind that may be uoededin the community. x . w. s- " By strict attention to Hie business f the con cern, he hopes to merft, and twist he will receive liberal patronage from oh9e in want of article in his line. ' - ' ": , ' ' ; . 1 All'tasuttss doae aftthe Foundry. ' ; -r i EDWARD GLASS. ' March 22,55-tf.-j ' -: "'" ; 1 'J ; Cafkibrla County, SS. i JTA Commonwealth of Fcnmyloania to JOHN TA YLOR of Cambria county. Greeting : WHEREAS, France A. M. Taylor, by her ext friend l-siac VVT. Gordon, ex n4atime, did on the twerrty-seamd day of November, A.' D. 1854, prefer Uer petitiom to our said Judges of our Court vf Common Picas (or tlie county of Cam bria, praying for the causes therein set forth, that the might 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. — 29 August 1855

i"0 .-.;.. 1 -s Si . V?', "' '-''-'-- i THE BLESSINGS OF QOVI'RNttENT, UKE THE DEWS OF HEAVE3T, SHOULD "BE DIST2I3UTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR., 1 r f ' .- " a i EBENSB URG, AUGUST '29, 1855. VOL. 2. NO. 45. .i hi i i i i ' i i i i i i i '" 1 ! i " "' ' ' " ' 1 i ; THE DEMOCRAT &: SENTINEL is puUish-t -.ed every Wednesday iuorniugj in Ebcnsburg, Cambria Co., Fa;, At SI 60 per annum, IF PAID is advance, if not $2 will be charged.,,.. . . AD VERTISKMENTS will be conspicuously in-; " seftdl t the following rates; viz : ' ' ' f 1 1 .square 3 insertions, ' ' . '" & 1 00 ' Kvery subsequent insertion,' -' 25 1 square a months, , ' -. - - 1 - G -r . f--.-;.'-; ,"col'n il .jar,,.(. ' , r ' .. ,i " .: -. ;.. Business Cards,; , - CO-Twclve lines constitute a square. 00 ? S 00 . 5 12 00 , I 30 00 . 15 00 J ; 5 00 Iateresting Letter from Wm, B-f Reed, Esq. i'HiuADJSLPuiA, July 26,: 1855. ; ; To the Hon. A O. CxrttH, Chairman, 'of the Whip State Committee,' ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 29 August 1855

" i ' ' i ; i I ! . t :.t'1 s "I - i ;: i - ' ? Dfmorrot nnb rnlinrl richard w-bitb:::;::::::::::::::::::hexrtc.dkvink WHITS DEVISE, Editors and Proprietors. EBEIJSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::;;:: AUG CST 23, FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. HON. ARNOLD PLUMER, " - OF VENANGO COCNTY. . " ": - ' j .. . : . , -. . -, - FOR ASSKMBLT. f ... -; GEORGE N. SMITH, of Johnstown. ,j , ' .- FOB SHERIFF.:! ;,;- ' ;., JAMBS MYERS, pf Ebcnsburg. , .. .. .,; :" : for coronkr:4 " ' i ! ISAAC TEETER, of Concmaugh. FOE TREASURER, ' ' ' CHARLES D. MURRAY, of Cambria. : "" FOR AUDITOR. ' ' - ROBERT McCOMBIE, of Carroll. ' ' FOR. POOR nOCSK DIRECTOR, '" JACOB FR0N11EISER, of Johnstown. QCJ-Geo. A. Oofut No. 73 South Fourth Street, above Walnut, Philadelphia,' is our authorized agnut to receive subscriptions a-id advertisemeuta for this paper. Notice. The members of the Democratic County Omi roittee, are requested to meek at the Court House, in the borough' of EIensburg, on Tuesday the 4th day of September, at 2 ...

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. — 29 August 1855

L . 9 -V day tcr this time has theimoble -work remained ttntouched. May it last forever 1 : Bat now, after we Lave enjoyed the bles sings of these sacred provisions, has a party arisen in our midst,' and with . secret oath bound combinations, resolved to plot out this pure and life-giving principle, and by force and violence of law restrain and abridge the liberties of men and limit - their civil rights by an odious and impious religious test: As cituens of this mighty Republic, as members f the reat Democratic party, as men- for the sake of mankind at large wc call upon Tou to resist this sacrilege and rebuke Uiese conspiratore against the honor and dignity of $ur Constitution and laws. . . , . - After the adoption of the Constitution, and during the administration of the elder Adams, Congress enacted two Statutes, one concern ing aliens ; and the oiher entitled an act for the punishment of certain crimes againstahe United States, known as the Alien and Sedi tion Laws. Immediately ...

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 August 1855

HAVING purchased the-eiitirc stock and fix tures il tlie Ebensbur Foundry vthe sub scriber U prepared to furnish fcrrucra aud. others with ."-HH j l,? !, ftMviiffb, IourH Points; Stove. 91111 Ironn .Tbrcblng Machines, '. 'and, castings ef.any kind that may be needed io the community. - - . . By strict attention to tilt business of the con vene he Hope to nierft, aud trusts he will receive a liberal patronage from those in want of articles in bin line.r. - . . Attmstncss done at the Foundry. . , : .. . EDWARD GLASS. , 3X.arA:22','55-t. ., . ," I, GROCERY STORE. XfiWE subsbribers itsstpectfully inform the citizens I f Jefferson ami vicinity, that tliey have taken the Stand recently occupied by J. 13. Craig: where they have just received, and will at all times keep m had an extensive supply of Groceries, Fish, 11aOs. Flour. &c. &c. Their terms will be moderate, and no painB will 1 spared to accommodate the public whose patronage they respectfully solicit. . - ' JOHN. WHERRY &am...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 5 September 1855

i ft ) " ....- -. :; 1 irii" . "-' v-:'N:-' ' "-i THE BEfrTTTC"s nnyTraTrrr t.tkt; tttr TVKTrs c? T?rn a vrer, erraTTLP EIGTIIIBUTT .USE PPOH THE dOII AHD THE LOTT. THE BICJ ATTD THIS PCOIL ' , EBENSBURG,: SEPTS2IBER 5, 1855. VOL. 2. NO. Hi. 2TB7; SERIES. ft r. 1 I t i THK DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ' ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 60 per nunum,ir paid jji advance, if not $z will be charged. ADVKRTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in- serted at the following rate;,, via ; f 1 square 3 insertions, , : ,, ,, , , f, ., f , livery subsequent insertion , , ' i nquare 3 month, "' - ol'a I year,- -J-j ' ' " 4 v,: i f,r: : , Business Cards, , v.', - !. j - r.-rt ., ftS-JweJre line constitute a square. 41 00 ' . 25 , S'OO :: ; 00 12 00 SO 00 15 00 ; 6 oo vr ur;;t f Front the Boston 'Pwt.) ? ; .i.f THE BATTLE OS X.OC1S VII.L.E. - i .t I ongratuUt you on your glorious victory, , , ft May&Marbcc' speech, j,. .' .,"f.tw'u' j f, f It was on August 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. — 5 September 1855

Dnnofriit. nub I rniinrl aiCUABD Iwy:::::Vv::::r:x,l1l'cIVISr "WHITS DETIinE, Kdftow tod Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING::::::::s:::::;SEPT. 6. - - FOR CANAL COMM1SSIONKU. HON. ARNOLD, PLUMER, ' s " 1 . OF VE.VAS80 COUXTY. 7 n: rroft AS8KXBLT. ' r s ri .ilEOUGE Ni SMITH, of Johnstown. . ' JOSEPH BAUNIIEAUT, of Fulton county. hi1- VOB RHKRtKF, -f ;' I ; : -JAMES MYEJJS, of liben-sburg. , ? t i,!-?!1 . ' . YOK COKOXEK. :. '. ...-x.j jri-M ISAAC TEETEtt, of Conemaugh. .;i M ; '? -j't. tOU TRKASORRR, ; ' f,X ! '.v ft CHARLES D, MUKUAY, of Cambria. . 4 5 - ' for' sorvttob.- c s . 1IENRY, SO AN LAN, of Carroll. , V' F , FOB COMMISSION" EB. ; -y . T f , JOHN. LEAKER, of Susquehanna. . ; .t - f ? .,. - tifOB AUDITOR, i -f ? ; f f J" ) JiOBEKT McOOMBlE pf Carroll. ; ,- , J FOR POOR TtOrSR DIRECTOR,!: : , r ; J-VCOB FJiONIJEISER, of Johnstown. , OcKieo. A. Orofut, No. 73' South Fourth Street, bove Walnut, Philadelphia, is our .Authorized agent to receive subscriptions -h1 ad tfcrtisemeiits foe...

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. — 5 September 1855

Friends in the foitflFoeiui the North- Wherever Uhe friends of the - constitution are strong the Kriow-Nothings are contempti ble In numbers aiid n influence. ''Wherever the enemies cf the .constitution are strong tbe Knpw-Nothtngs are powerful and numerous. If we follow these premises to-their just con-clusions.-we ehall find the whole question of constitutionility.yor 6T fidelity to tho'nghts and equality bf the Stite.Wnced -to a few Bimple nd jself-evident. propostoonsThus, where constitutional "principles are -strong the Know-Nothings make a show of devoted at tach went, to, them ; but as the Democratic par ty ha always , sustained these principles, and stands : where it , Las stood for , fifty , years in regard to thein the Know-Nothings find their sndden ' efforts to outbid that party-in the public confidence a very bad speculation especially in connection with their odious pro jects of religious intolerance and political pro scription. On tbe other hand in air those quarters ...

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. — 5 September 1855

IV,. I , - J r -a- - v .... v v. -.. J EDENSBIIRGFOUHDUY HAVING purchased the entire stock and fix tures ol the Ebensburg Foundry, the sub scriber U prepared to furnUh farmers aud others viith ..,., , : . . . Plongla, Plough Points, Sloven. 31111 Irons, Threnhlng Machines, and castings of any kind that may bo needed m the community.' ? By strict attention to the business of the con cern, h hopes to mcrft.jaud trusts lie1 will receive a liberal patronage from those hi want of artick-s in bis line. , '' .' ' ' '', , , All bueiness done at Iho Foundry. ' i.i jnwABU GLASS. GnOCERT STORE. ' : fpHE sub.bribers rcstpectfully inform the citizens 1 of Jefferson and vicinity; that they have taken h Stnd recently occuoied bv J. B.Craiir. where they have just ?tveif efViaTf ill at all times keep on had an extensive supply- of GuoeiiRifaV-Fisii, j Bacow, Floor, &c, &c. Their terms will I midorteVand no pains Xvill spared to accommodkW the public wjiosq patronage they respectfully solicit...

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. — 12 September 1855

f1 o - " - m - -NX ...i - " J - j " I i s," -v:i :J sl-C iV.-t' i ' - ' 1 . .... . ..-I- 2TBW SERIES. EBEKSBURGi 12, 1855. VOI 2.: NOV 47. I .) SEaPTBBIBER' !tHE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, w publuh ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensbarg, Cambria Co.', P;, at $1 60 per annum, I r paid : ik adtasce; if not $2 will bo chargted. " ; , Advertisements win be conspicuously in- asrted at the following rates, viz : - - - " 1 square 3 insertions, . ; . -u - 410 Every subsequent insertion, . ' 25 1 squaro 8 months, " ' ' ? i-.j .,44 -v a- . - ' - oo t.i ? 1 yoar, - '"12 00 I Vcol'a 1 year, , v JO 00 - i u ' 16 00 . ;v .usineU Cards.;"; " ;' ' 6 00 ' : ' Twelre lines constitute a square; . From, the tfeuYorh. Times,,. . - A r:37 SECRET SOCIETY. , A WHEEL WITHIN A WHEEL. ; xiiri Xew Ordtftr of Templars. ; - , jlm Ofcjeeta, Plana, Oatha ad JIniHtofer. x Toll and Autheatie Expoaitiea of its Bitural. . ' la the various VftUfcefc Urjlife!ied from time to time bf trie nominating . Councils 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. — 12 September 1855

4 U cm o iiiX an ii r n fin 1 1: atortian wnrr:::::::;::::::::ireKRT c' devise :Jk.Jh-X-Z-ZjL- i .2- WHITE A DEYIHE, Editor u& Proprietors EEEKSSUHQ. .WEDNESDAY MORNING.:::.:::::SEPT. 12. H Tor canal commissioner;. HON. ARNOLD PLUr.'ER, OF VENANO.O COUJiTY. '', FOR ASSKMBLT, -' O KORG E N. SMITH, of Johnstown. J JOoEPlI BERXIIARD.of Fulton county. I-..-, yon SHERIFF,. ' ' ' I - -' t- JAMES MYERS; of Ebensburg. s- 7 :" - - ' fob COROXER.1 tAAC TEETER, of Cbnemaugh. i ! FOR TREASURER, ' , , i L CHARLES D. MURRAY,. of Cambria. HENRY. SCANLAN, of Carroll. .Vili'Sib' " FOR COMMISFIOSER. . . i fc JOHN REARER; of Susquehanna. J :allODERT McOOMBIE, of Carroll. i vi.rv.3ai for poor nocsR dibf.ctor JACOB FRONHEUSER, of Johnstown. : (&-Gcn.-A. Crofut, No. 73 Suth Fourth Street, above Walnut, Philadelphia, is our authorized agent to receive subscriptions aid advertisements for this paper. ., Cause of Delay. j . We are this week ' again thrown back a little, ju consequence of the last we...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 12 September 1855

. Tfcc Proceedings. . . t By invincible "perseverence ' 'ndV ipdustrywo 1 havi " filially sueeeded.i pbtdnmgproceea. tingi of coiuiCWe hope. ..that the public will ap preciate thbtfftflagging effort pf-ourselves,-nd award the due'tneed of prai3Q to the courage and skill of our special reporter, JJeiaem1r that no other yjurpalin the'eountyntains them. Let the Ishn&a-treei look and howl! Com. vs. Casper BurgraflU Jndictaent or scl ling- liquor fa n intemjrcrate'jpcr)Ji, t. andproaeeutor to pay costs. ' , raoDa X By. J- Larceny, verdict Conf & James Shef Johi mifcm.- Riot, eontiaoed-.-.l'-'-' ;-' ' -r ' -- " ". '.. Com. vs. John Zents. Obstructing the' course cf pb lie justice: -Not guilty and that the Prose cutor: pay the costs. - " - " -. , Com. vs. Wta. Trotter. 1 Tippling House. Continued.- - -, - Com. .yst. John J.;Pairi8h. Tiprnng House. District . attorney enters a nolle prosequi, on. payment of. costs. ;";--' vv; -; Com. - vs. William: Wilson. Tippling House. District a...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 12 September 1855

BBENSBMtC FOUNDRY HAVING 'purchased the "entire stock anil fix-, tuxes ol .tho Ebensburg -Foundry the sub scriber is prepared to furnish farmer and others : V '! ; "-; ,: ploughs, Plough Point, Stoves, Mill Irona, TbrcNhlns; Machines, and castings of any kiud that may be needed in the community. ... , . . ' ' By strict . atteation to the business of the con cern, he hopes to merit, and trust he will receive liberal patronage from those in want of articles in his line. ... ; - - J AU business done at the Foundry. EDWARD GLASS. Mareh 22, '55-tf. "c , ',' - GltOCERY STORE. - i THE aubsbTibers restpectfully intwm the citizens .rf Jcnersoii and vicinity, that they have taken the Stand recently occupied by J. li. Craig, where tliev have just received, and will at all times keep mi had an extensive supply , of Groceries, ?Fjsh, Bacon, Flour, &c.Z &c. ' f t r ? '. t. ? i ' Their terms will"le moderate, and no pains will lu spared to accommodate the public whose patronage they respec...

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. — 19 September 1855

f 1 . ""J?'-' "'-felH - ; -I i j. ...- ....... 5f !. '... ...fc. . , .3.; r.7 JTED ALIKE UP03 THE HI3II AND THS LOW, THE EICH AND THE POOR. hnilnil ilnn fnnsiavvS, i, , si-. i - - 3. ,' .. sbbW. series. TBRM8: TilE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, U publish ' ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebcusburg, T Cambria Gv, Pa;, at $1 60 per Annum, t? PAtu ty ABVASCS, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS , will be conspicuously in- - serted at the following rates, viz: ft-. 1 1 square S insertions, - -; ; .Kvery 8nbseiuent inset tion, ' i-i square 8 months,' - - ' : i " ' ., " ;,1 year, .. . .. 25 ' S 00: V fl,00; i 12 oo ; so oo : 15 W , ' 5 00 M col' year, i Business Cards, , , J . . , ; feTwelve lines constitute a square. The TTheeler : Slave Case. DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT : i OF THE STATE. " : lTrlt of Habeas Corpus Refused. JUDGE BLACK'S OPIAIO.V. r The Supreme Court met in Philadelphia, at .iioon, oa Saturday, for the purpose of render ing the decision of the Court on the applica tion...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 September 1855

-v- t - ;i , , -: ,v 5 1 ra d trot n lib I en I i n r I- RICiiaed wuA:S::;::2:::n:HKI oy dbvixb JKiisa sa4 Treprietexs,, TEDNESDAY MOILNI::;::::::u;::SErT. 19. FOB CANAL COMMISSIONER- HOM. ARNOLD PLUR, . ' OF TBSANGO COCNTT. union TICKET. FOB ASSEMBLY, GEORGE N. SMITH, of Johnstown. -J JOSEPH. EEUNJIAUD, of Fulton county. fcsvf V ."! , FOB BHEEIFP, JOHN JtOBERTS, of Conemaugh. .-. V - .. " FOB COKOXBB. .. " ' ." 1SAAQ TEETEli, of Concmaugh. ' FOB TBKABtfBEB, v CHARLES D." MURRAY, of Cambria. FOR SCBVETOB. 1 . . : ; , UENRY ISC AN LAN, of Carroll. , ',:.' , .'FOB COMVISSIOKJfB. , . - 5 AUG USTLN LITTLE, of Loretto. , - ' FOB ACDITOB. .- ' , yl l WAGNEIt, of ClearGtld. FOB POOR HOUSE MBECT0B, . EQWAKD GLASS, of Ebensburg. " frj-Geo. A. Crofut, No. 73 South Fourth Street, above . Walnut, Philadelphia, is our authorised agtnt to receive subscriptions and advertisements fur this paper. - ,7" The Joint Convention. ; ' ' In another column will be found something that will gladden the heart...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 September 1855

The Delaware Division. t '' The Delaware' Dvisbu of the Pennsylvania Cnal ii doing " heavier business this season Ihaiv it hai ever" (done since it was first pot in ' navigaWe ' order. V- The receipts for the fiscal year up to September 1st, ia nearly $230,4)00, at the Eastern office, alone. The receipts for the month of August; which has just closed,, amount! ' $57,704 nearly Three Thousand Dollars more than has ever ljeen .receive at' this office ipt ny previous month. Tte reader will have the labor performed at this office, by the Col-SLnihfaoii--clerk.-(whioh is aU the . Koard allows,) when we state tbitdunng the month of -August- 1996 loaded boats were cleared southward and about the same num ber amved north ward. .About seven-eighth of the tonnage sent southward is coal, the 5 balance h made up 'chiefly of Pig Iron, Roof ing Slate; Paving stones. Oxide of ,Zino and : Whiskey- During the month of August there '. was but a single day that the Canal was not in navigable order. Th...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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