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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 5 December 1855

f j TalUQilZ-s T7ater riayret fcr Cclj. fjjSE subscriber offers at private sale hi carding fulling establishment which for all couve-rfg-yyrf canuut bt surpassed in tho count y. ' There is thirty feet 111 of water, and an abundance of eoal and Iron ore en the property, as well as timber, arul would bo suitable fur a furnace, or toili. About tican acres Is cleared, and in a blga state of cultivation, with an orchard of f mng fruit trees jaat oornnien.ing to J ear. It id situated iu Carroll Township Cambria eo. P. on tho road leading from S.rmtnit villa to the Cherry Trtse, and is about tw miles tfa-t of Car foiltoo. Ti.a title is indisputable, and ponseanou wl.l he given Immediately to tho purchaser. . Ha also lafarcu bis old ccstomara and friends, that be U preoared t carry on the eld business a luoat. and wishes those who know themselves tnd"bed to Mai U make immediate payment and August 22. 1355. KOTICE Ja the matter of the Pe tition of Eleanor M'Car they, to perpetuate Tes In i C...

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 December 1855

m i s i ' THE VX UU V JiiiiMIOiiaT. JLJJUS TILE DliWS 01? H.EAY JLN. SILOUIO) ImS aJJUTaXJJJ U i-til AUKK U-FOU TILE HIGH AND THJS LUW. KIUH ABD THE P0O2- V... VI-. ' -'" ' i .5.--- ' i- ...I .J 'J EBENSBURG, DECEMBER 12, 1855. VOL. 3. NO, 8. HI - . .'. HZ if ! J : - ' . ' . J V : - - f . , f B 11 M 8 : .. YflE DE110GIi-VT & SENTINEL, is publish- cd every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Cx, r&f, at'$l 50 per annum, if paid ik advance, jf not $2 will bo charged. - - - i-&.CVERTI5E.UHNT3 will b3 conspicuously in serted at the following rates, rxz : "1 square 3 insertions, SI 00 ISrery subsaienfc iusiirtion, .. 25 " 1 square 3 month6, '2 1 t 6 " 00 ; - 1 year, 12 00 " col'a 1 year, 80 00 . 15 00 Business Cards. 6 00 . jr-Twelve liues constitute square. REV. DR. CAHILL'S LETTER. "TO THE RIGnT HON. LORD VISCOUNT - : rALMEKSTON.' " Judge Kane, of rhiladelpbia, had teen hear ing evidence in regard to the alleged recruiting for the British army in tho United States. One...

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 December 1855

-Sft'm d f r a t a n b r 2 c vA n 1 1 aicn.ax 'white: WHIIS & DEVXSZ, Etfttors aad Proprietors. . EBSSBURG. 'WEDNESDAY MORNING::::::::: EEC. 12 '"" FOB PRESIDENT, " . . JAMES B17C1IAXAX. Sabjeet to the Decision of the National Convention. The Chairman of the Democratic btate U-ntrai . , - i.ii 11 r TTON OF 1854. .At a meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee, held November 1st 1855, at tbe Ucrohants' Hotel, Philadelphia, the follow ing Res-.4ati.jn was adopted : HiscZcti, That the Democratic State Conven tion of ISoGbe held ou tiie 4th day of. March pext. in H irruiburg, at Ifi o'clock, A. M. In puroiiaijce of the above resolution, the -Con " ntion will assemble at Harrisburg, for the pur- i for Canal Ootamissioner,' Auditor General, and fiurreyor General. JAMES F. JOHNSTON, Chairtaan Stale Central Commilitc. IT. A. Gildea, Isaretarits. Jacob Zkigleb, i MkAirn i ni nil n l hit ii it v ciiuiu uu hu alb promises. It is a capital number. nr IT.- Ui?v:jir A YVicr rf "Vi rri...

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. — 12 December 1855

" Speaker the Eous&r - 1 JTbo following named persons hare presided ,in the IIoa9e of Representatives siaoe the adoption of the Federal Constitotion : ,"-' Ji Wisnmroso'j admsibtbaiios. W Kerch 4th, 1789. to March 4th, 1796. Fir Gmgren.Qen. Frederick A. Muh- Ucborc, cf Penn.v snti-Federalist. - Second Coryrev.-CoL J onathjto Tram- Lull, of Conn.. Federalist, from 1 91 to 17ys. w Third Cmgre Gon. Muhlenourg again .ejected, 1793 to 1795. ' . ; -Urti Cen- Jonathan Datoo, "'if 2". J., Federalist, 179S to 1797. - z t fViA ' Congress. Gen. 'Da yton reflected. 17.97 to 1790. V , . , - "' -Sixth CrM. Theodore Sedgwick, cf lilass., redcrulist, 1790 to 1801. - JEFfKiliO.N'S ADillN-ISTKATIOS. ' Hbveutfi G.-rt'jres. Nat. Macou, cf N. 0., .bem. ,1301 to'lSOS. ' Eighth Congress. Mr. Macon re-elected, i 1303 to 1803. -Ninth annrets.y.t. Macon again re elected, 1805 to 1S07. Ttidh Congre.'Jeh. J. 1$. Vartrtm, Dsrm.. cf Mass., 1807 to 1S09. ' : .'.; MB. MADISOS'S 'AnSUSISTKATTOS. . 5 Eleventh Co...

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. — 12 December 1855

FALL AND WINTER GOODS. THE SUBSCRIBER has the pleasure f n . nounciag to his numerous Customers aad the Pablic generally, that he has jmst returned from the Eastern Cities, and is now opening one of the largest aad Best Assorted Stock of Goods ever brought to CAMBRIA COUNTY. The Stock consist chiefly of the following, vis : DRY GOODS! A Largo Assortment of CALICOES, GING HAMS. CASHMERES, MERINOS, DELAINES, ALPACAS, &c, all ot" the Finest Qualities and most choice Styles. Also a Urge Assortment of MILLINERY GOODS. Suck as Braid ad Silk Bonnets and Bonnet Rib bons, Flowers and Wreaths, and a great variety of Trimmings and Notions. Also, a good Assort ment of HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, Tin ware. Glassware, Boots and Shoes, Hats, and Caps, Books and Stationary, and a very large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING. He solicits an examination of his Stock, as he feels confident that all who favor him w itu a call will have reason lo be satisfied with the Quality of his Goods and the Cheapness of ...

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 December 1855

aj? urn v 1 1 ' . .1 :, 1,1 II llll ll M ,-;A o - v -, '-: THE BIESaHQS OF GOVEBNHElfT, UKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD E2 DHXEIBTJTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AJTD THE L0T7, THIS EICH AHD THE POC2. EBENSBURG, DECEMBER 19, 1855. VOL. 3. N6. 9. THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish - oi every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, it paid is advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz : 1 9-juare 3 insertions, $1 00 3 very" subsequent insertion, 25 1 square 3 months, - t 00 j t 6 " 6 00 " 1 year, 12 00 "corn 1 year, 80,00 i 15 00 Business Cards, 6 00 COTwelvo lines constitute & 6quare. VOU THE LAST DAY OF THE TSAR. This year is just going away, ' The moments are finishing fast; My beirt, have you nothing to say Concerning the time that is past? Now, whilo in my chamber alone. Whore God will be present to hear, I'il try to remember and own The faults I've committed this year. 0 Lord, I'm...

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. — 19 December 1855

39 tmtmn t nn b I e n i t n 1 1 , RICHARD .rmrE::::::::::::::-'::;::HfiXBT a dbvixs : WHITE DEVXtfE, Editor and. Proprietors. WEDXE3DAY MORNING:::::::::::::::::E EC. JO r i ' i- - " FOR PRESIDENT, I11CIIAA. Subject to the Decision of the National Convention. The Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee has issued the following call for a State" Convention, for the purposes therein set forth: Ky-TIIE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN TION OF 1356. Jit a meeting of tbe Democratic State Central Committee, held November 1st 1855, at the Merchant-' Hotel, Philadelphia, the follow ing Resolution vi aa adopted ; Mtsoiczd, That the Democratic State Conven tion of 18-OG be held on tie 4th day of March next, in II irrisburg, at l' o'clock, A. M. In pursuance of the above resolution, the Coa er.tion will assemble at ILirrisburg, f r the pur pose of selectrig Delegates to the Democratic Na tional Gmvention, and nominating a candidate for Canal Cimmissioner, Auditor General, and Surveyor General...

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. — 19 December 1855

"'""" IG3n. Pomeroy Esiapud. The Kickapoo City Pioneer (Pro Slavery) of tbe 28th alt. publishes the following appeal to tW border rutnans : - " j' To Armtt Ta ArmsfT7te enemy is in the Field I Up CUizntUp fro-Sla-ikryiMmlUp Southerner Dp Late and Order Men t . " "V IV We .stop tbe press to announce, the fact W about 1U09 Abolition fauatics have takeu t'ueiu-lvliu Douglas" coanty, irvnouoeing; law "and orJer, . buruiug houses, and , dociaring Wuis.dves independent of all things P tjiuin 'to obedieuce to the constitute- author- .ttSr- fchaonon nas oruereu uui 'topposs them, and he calls upon all good citls'ns to rally to the rescua. " - The Kckapoo Hangers and all other law "abiding citizens are requested to meet in this city oa next Saturday, to marca to jjecomp-toa- as per order of the Governor, so once more- to arms ! to arms ! liaise your voices and let your shouts be heard on every hill top,1 and in every valley, ia the name of the law, and let oue and all, oil and young, shoulde...

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. — 19 December 1855

FILL" MD WINTER GOODS. THE SUBSCRIBER has the pleasure of an-; oouncing to bis numerous Customers and the Public generally, that he has jus returned from the Eastern Cities, and is now opening one of the largest and Best Assorted Stock of Goods ever brought to CAMBRIA COUNTY. Tho Stock coosUu chiefly of the following, viz : DRY GOODS I A Large Assortment of CALICOES, GING HAMS. CASHMERES, MERINOS, DELAINES, ALPACAS, &c, all of the Finest Qualities and meet choice Stvlea. Also a large Assortment of MILLINERY GOODS. Sa:h as Braid and Silk Bonnets and Bonnet Rib ljn3. Flowers and Wreatlw, and a great variety of Trimmings and Notions. Also, a good Assort ment of HARDWARE. QUEENSWARE, Tin ware. Glassware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Books and Stationary, and a very large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, lie solicits an examination of his Stock, as he feels confident that all who favor him witu a call trill have reason to be satisfied with the Quality of his Goods and the Cheapness o...

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. — 26 December 1855

Mr Y THE BLESSEUGS OF QOVEBimEOT, T.nne ttth DE"V78 OP HEAVE?, SHOULD E3 KSTTIB UXJSII AT.TTTK UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE KICH AND THE POOH. JBBEHSBURG, DECEMBER 23, 1855. VQE,. 3. NO. 10. THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed everv Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, - Cambrii Co., Pa;, at $1 60 per annum, ir paid advaxce, if not $2 will be charged. -ADVERTISEMENTS wiU be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz : ' I square 3 insertions, , 2very subsequent insertion, qO " i square S months, 0Q " 6 " . 12 00 v " 1 Jear ao oo ' col'n 1 year, J J Business Cards, v . ' O-Twe.ve lines constitute a square. i,jTVS It K HAPPT. - BT ELIZA COOK Oh! let us bo happy en friends gather round us, However the world may have shadowed our lot; When the rose-braided links of affection have bound us, Let tho cold chains of earth bo despised and for get; And say that the friendship is only ideal. That Truth and Devotion are blessings un known. For ho who believes every heart as unreal...

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. — 26 December 1855

u i A i i 1 if 11 ; k ; 4 Dt ran tr.n t n n h Irnliiul MCaASiwaiTB::::: ;::nK.RT c. device i DsVIj'E, -Editor and Proprietors. , . ... EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::;:::::::::::DEC. 2G r " 1 - " . TOR rEJielDEXT, Subject to tho Decision of the National Convention. t Ireland. Wo are glad t) observe that all tbe leading Democratic- j-urnals throughout1 tbe country arc denouncing in the most unmeasured terms the fa natical movement which has been put ia motion fev a few political ami infatuated demagogues fur the pretenUc.l liberation of Inland." There is nothing which woull b a source of more gratifi cation to us, thaa to hear of the sea-girt Isle be ing saatoheXircnn the galling yoke of English big otry, iutoleraiice and tyranny ; but we are not willing that the citizens of the United States hould Interfere to effect even that holy purpose. The Democratic party has always hailed with de light the c&h-U of any country to liberate itself from the thraldroru' of oppression, and i...

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. — 26 December 1855

, Tire CrimeVcorrepporident of the New-York gun, iarit'fro.ia ..Ealaltfi va gives, from tha einerience of. a -wounded. Fieucbnian, an opinion ivUhjgatd to that which ia felt bj. the soldier laxime 01 , conmct, wmuu i thing a' follows: . ... , "Before the battle begins, it is usual to reel nTKtUat?eihoFpaiBd" inanj cheeks which are fcaowndobe in communication with stouthearta Uanch vifiiblj. "As the conflict becomes im minent, courage returns, and with the lira tow 'ct blood, aa enthusiasm s rawd which constantly increases, ami rj du.-flg. w the lease until, the "1m . lhe feet .fWing'a co.urado shot down m gener ally to excite rn unappn-b!e thirst f. r ven geance agabfct the f.v,' though in th-j ead one gets used to it . When wounded less thau Tuoriaiiy, it is not usual fjr the soldier to be immediately aware of the fact, unless some bones are broken . A sabre may be run through any Seshy part of tho body, and even a bullet 'lodged in a dangerous proximity to the vitals, and' he for ...

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. — 26 December 1855

FALL AND .WINTER GOODS. THE SUBSCRIBER has the pleasure of an acuncing to his numerous Customers and the PuV.ic generally, that ho has just returned Irom : the Eastern Cities, and is now opening one of the largest and Best Assorted Stock of Goods ever brought t CAMBRIA. COUNTY. Tho Stock eomists chiefly of tho following, viz : GOODS! . A Large Assortment of CALICOES, GING HAMS. CASHMERES, MERINOS. DELAINES, ALPACAS, &c.,allof the Finest Qualities and moat choice Styles. Also a large Assortment ot MILLINERY GOODS. Such as Braid an I Silk Bonnets and Bonnet BiD bons, Mowers and Wreaths, and a great variety of Trimmings and Notions. Als, ; ff me.it of HARDWARE. Q UELNSNV ARE, 1 in ware, Glassware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Books and Stationary, and a very large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING. He solicits an examination of his Stock, as he feels confident that all who fovor him witu a call will have reason to be satisfied with the Quality of his Goods and the Cheapness of his Pr...

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. — 2 January 1856

, . 1 " . 'V' .BKai , ' ; . ...... -.-.. vv-t ' -tlw.U ''.3 I; ' - - . -'- - ,. TEB BLESSINGS OF COVEHHUEBT, TIKE TIES DEX7S 2 j324YE3,.SHaTIIJ 'EH-CrTBIT.TTED. JUIEB UP02J THE msHAITD THE LOW, THE EICH JD TUT COE. fEBBBfSBURG; ;;JAKHAI11R': 1856. tllE DEMOCRAT &. SgNTIJfEL, Is pubUsh . tl every Wajaesday Bfioroing, in Ebensburg, 1 vambria Co., Pa;, iit SI 50 peraunum,iF paid , itf advaxCs, if cot $2 will Te charged.. . ADV'KRTISSMEN'TS will ba coiispicuoosly in--.'aerted at the following rates, viz: .1 aqnare 3 insertions, ., . 100 very subsequent inaction, 25 J 1 square 3 months, " 9 00 ; 1 6 " ' 6 00 vv, j yeatv . ; , 12 00'-: coln 1 year, . 80 00 I " 15 00 e business Cards, - . ' ! ' 6 00. " I ;8t3-Twe!ve linos constitute a square. IT ATI0HAL POLITICS. ' TSrSCCli OrrlTOrC- HO COBBrrrtt fSriir spenkln reference W-wfiat'i Auaft 1 ., : Ol" . GEOIiGIA,.- v . ; 7c ptiblisli bc'.ow the able speech, of the Hon. Howell Cobb, of Georgia, made in the House of Representatives oa Friday...

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 January 1856

eorner where Le knelt, and led him into tticfmidst of the ghostly, assembly. .. Ale was conducted to the stall of the Grand Master, which no one had occupied, during mass, and thus . filled th most conspicuous seat in that august assembly,' next ta the episcopal chair.- The well known Tom of the Grand Master Pinto, the immediate predeces bot in office of Iionpesch, now glided to the mid dle of the choir. While ho spoke a dead silence reigned throughout the assembly, and the lights seemed to buru blue. "I hereby do solemnly impeach Ferdinand de Honpesch as a f.ilsh traitor- of the honor of God and the weal of the Order of Knights Hospitallers, which hesolemnlv iprvi to uphold, and I ask that the sentence he deserve bypassed upon him in this noble assemoiy oi ma brethren and predecessor in office.'' : ' ' The unhappy knight trembled from head to foot, and when solemnly interrogated by the bi shop, what he had to say in his defence, his tongue cleaved to the roof of his mouth, he could...

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 January 1856

l One Week Later from Europe. : - ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. I;: '- " NW York, December 28 . The steamship Pacific, from Liverpool ar rived at o'clock thia evening, with dates to Saturday, the 15th insfc. The nes is highly interesting. , - - The Ion? expected capture of Kara by the Russians has at last taken place.' There are no particulars received, except Uiat brought ly rGen. Kurety and another officer who es caped from thecity, in order to vt&, of Omar Pacha to the relief of the city. At that time Geo. Williams was about to send a flag of truce to offer capitulation. Nothing further is known, but it is believed that the garrison surrendered, as they were only 5,000,' too weak a force to cut their way through the Russian army. Omar Pacha was near" Kutai, which the Itussians held in force. - - The only ' event of importance that has transpired on the Crimea, is an attack made by the Russians on the extremity of the French lines. The Russians were 3000 stiong, and after an hour's ...

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 January 1856

FALL AND WINTER GOODS. THE SUBSCRIBER has the pleasure of an nouncing to his numerous Customers and the Public generally, that ho has jast returned from the Eastern Cities, and is now opening one of tha largest and Best Assorted Stock of Goods ever brought to CAMBRIA COUNTY. The Stock oonsisU chiefly of the followiaz. viz : DRV GOOliSJ A Large Assortment of CALICOES, uiau HAMS. CASHMERES, MERINOS, DELAINES, ALPACAS, A'c, all of the Finest Qualities and TOOSi choice Styles. Also a large Assortment of MILLINERY GOODS. Such as Braid and Silk Bonnets and Bjnnet S.b boru, Flowers and Wreaths, and a great variety of Trimmings an 1 Notions. A!s , a good Assortment- of HARDWARE. QUEENS WARE, Tin ware. Glassware, Bjots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Book and Stationary, and a very large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING. He solicits an examination of his Stock, as he feels confident that all who favor him witn a call will have reason to be satisfied with the Quality of his Goods and the Cheapness of h...

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 January 1856

BIT A ... . - . II-' ' - I I."--- ;$ V. J v - -i. ... - . A: 50 4 .1 lW-i -l tU-., -. I ---- A s '7 tJ - THE BLESSINGS OP OOYIEtiraElST; LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES', SHOULD BE DISTEIBTOp AUSE BTCJ THE XaTQH ASTD THE lOt?- THE Hid ATD THE POOS. BBHBtJStG,; JNC3xRY-:9,; 1850. .t'-c w- aiCT R TTR!ST; '"'. : ; . . . . . it v . : II I I I I, J : i . . . . I I Ywr I t . i III I I I II " w - :T:',.:-v:T.B:Il.M:;.;.:j THE -DBilOCBAT & STINEL, U pubtwh . dver? WeJaeUy morning, in Ebensburgi Cambria C j., Pa;, at 4 L -50 per annum, if paid is AOVkVcr. if not $2 will bo charged. i ADiStiriS3M3.VT3 will ba conspicuously in- Bcrtel at tho following rates, via : i ; .1 jare 3 iniiertions, ' Pery subacnoat irutrtlon, t 3 qur 3 months, l " 6 " ; " I yar, 1 00 25 5 00 00 12 00 20 00 15 00 6 00, ' col'n 1 year. 'jhTwelve lines constitute a square. PRESIDENT S MESSAGE. FeUou-citizcni of the Senate and House of Iiepfesentativet ': Th constitution of the United State pro- Iridit' thHt. Oaarcsi shall as...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 9 January 1856

the op.n'on then expressed of the propriety A Diking proi-iowi, by u retired liot, lor eitsaoled officer, and fur itwued esomuemsatiou to th ot fLr miui o the iirt lor active duty. Ali' ti iw:m which exufcxl, wbu these measure Were recommended ua iuriaut otttasioua. Continue without luodiuautiou, except j i'ar a cireutu euaue Lave givcu to sjiiic ut them additional force . Toe rviimend.iUo!8, beret-furt madu for a partial rjjfg-kuization of f.e unny, are slso re ite ed. Tac thorough clemcatary cdue it.ou.i;iYr. ca 43 lli -ii ofSicri, wuu co:uiucuC: their sentcc with tne graAa of c-i-iet, qualities tiscm, ti a con Bi lerible extcilt, O perioral the dimes oi over; ( ar:a of the icrvicc ; bat to give tue highest elli tieucv to aruile.-y, re-iuires tue practice aud spe cial stu ty of many years ; aul it w u -t, tneretore, behevjd t be a-lvis-iOui to uiamtau, iu time t pea'C, a larger forces of that arm thau can Lc usu ally employed ia tue duties appei tuiuing to the M.rvku of tielJ and ...

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 January 1856

c&xa.D wnrrg::: :TIGyBT C. DKVTN'K "Wi:it 4 DV18Z, KMtavB aai Proprietors. " . E32irSBTJRQ. 'oDNTES!)AY MORNING:::::::: V ; :::::JAN. 0. FOU PRESIDENT, JAMES mTCIIA..45f. ,8ubj;tltho Deci-ion. f the Xati-na! Convention. !JT Se now advertisements. . . SST Col. T. A. Maguire and Cresswcll of th5 Senate, G. N. Smith ami Jos. Bern bar J 'of the House, and Col. E Banks, have our" Vuauks for legislative documents. TLe President's Hcssae ' 'We offer no apology for occupying our col umcs this weak witii the FresiJeut'a Message, to. iiVtclusiou of ou.' usual variety. Of .course all our readers aie ausious to. have ai. opportuulry cf perusing tti It is an able, maaly, blatesuon lite document, and will : richly reward aft attentive perusal. We doi ia ' any comments on ft uuuecoasary, as every one . can rtau and judg frr himself. - ..Tlie legislature. Tba Legislature nctat Uarrisburg on Tues . !aj tho 1st inst. aud organized. Iuthc Sen ate Wm. M, Piatt of Wyoming was elected Speaker, Col. T...

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