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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 26 March 1856

s tected. The " free Stata people were thus cipher driven out or reduced to submission, and finding the government had become en engine of tyranny and oppression, the people assembled peaceably at Topeka, to take meas ure preliminary to the admission of Kansas into the Union as a State. The proper course now yould be to repeal the act of 1854, and organise Kansas anew as a free territory ; or if Congress will not do that, let thera declare all the action of this spurious Legislature in operative and void, and provide a new gov ernment for that territory, j The reading of the reports occupied some three hours. Both were ordered to be printed. Fr.OM THE 1'lTTSBCKG DlSPATCH. Chemung N. Y. Correspondence. The Luzerne Gang Farther Hcvclojmiryits Another Watchman Arrested Highway Jiolbery-A- Wolf in Slump's Clothing Arreat of Hiram Sheers in Schuyler comi ty Great Excitement Expected Arrests in Tioga County, Penna. Safety of Rut tir, his Appearance and Complaints John R. Harper and Broicn...

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 March 1856

(V ' 4' . f 1 i t " i ' " A mong the numerous diseov ; eries Scieuce 'has made in this generation to facilitate the busi ness of life increase its enjoy- incut, ana even prolong me term of hunian existence, none can be named cf more real value to i mankind, than this -contribu tion cf Chemistry to the Healing Art. A vtat trial of its virtues throughout this broad country, has proven beyond a doubt, that no medicine or combination of medicines yet known, can so sure ly control and cure the numerous varieties ol pul monary disease w hich have hitherto t wept from our midst thousands and thousands every year. Indeed, there U now abundant reason to believe a Remedy has at length teen louna wmcu can relied on, to cure the most dangerous affections t,,i,T nil,- ir,., liprfl r. i'l t!E terin:t US be of to L-ilC lUUO - . - i ,m1t;1i ... n v T.r-iu,rti,m of the cures effected bv i it j 1ruwlIU m F t t : , . . . . i r 1 1 : J use, Lut we vou:a preser;!. iae louumug: ami refer further enquiry ...

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 April 1856

XL. '4s& 1f THE BLESSINGS OF GOVESNMENT, T.TTTE THE DEWS OF HEAVER, SHOULD BE jhSTpSlSTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AND THE POOB, JtfEW SERIES. EBENSBTJRG, APRIL, 2, 1856. VOIi.-3.-lTO.-23. Pi s T B II M 8 : THE DEMOCKAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, IF paid IS advance, if not $2 will be charged. Advertisements ww be conspicuously In serted at the following rates, viz ; 1 square 3 insertions, $1 00 Every subsequent insertion, 25 1 square 3 months, 3 00 1 " 6 " . 6 00 " " 1 yoar, 12 00 "col'n 1 year, 80 00 " " " 15 00 Business Cards. 6 00 iDO-Twelve lines constitute a square. Bpeeches delivered before the Demo e'ratio State Convention. uabch 4th, 185C. nOS." O. B BCCKALSW. Mr. President and gentlemen of the Con tention it ia scarcely a fit thing to set cold tneats before a company after a feast ; but sir, this is an occasion when the feeble may stand p, and even the ill come forward. I ha...

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 April 1856

ho, whose voice has been so often heard at home, and whose pen, with letters of living light, ba3 written Macs for the glory of his country that ho who i our champion, our leader, our hearts, bei-t hope, is about to be advanced to that high position for which God, nature and capacity have-designed hirri. Ap plause long and loud. Mr. President : In rngard to the Slavery question, I will not pay anything now except thin, that I did not agree altogether with you in the views you submitted on a former occa tion. Our difference was mainly a question of - time I say . this with great respect, for our relation, so far on. this floor have been pleasant, as your elevation to the Presidency of this body has been most agreeable to me. I gay that the great question cf .slavery is now to be met because the is sua is a national on;, and whenever itcemcs, the Democratic party is never afraid to meet it. And on what grounds will they meet it, sir? On the grounds of popular sovereignty, in the terri...

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 April 1856

rich, to suggest measures to the Board, which they may urge "with untiring zeal, and which, if adopted, may greatly increase their fortunes at the expense of the company. Hence the necessity of constant -vigilance on the part of those vrho have no interest to promote, except that of the company There are measures nnw Tvon.lmo. before the Board, in the decision of 'which large paUic as well as private in terests are involved. A committee was ap pointed, (of which I was i. member,) consis ting of all those members of the Board not personally concerned in speculations, whose duty it was to judge, first of the expediency of making a branch road jrom Ilestonville, to cross the Schuylkill river near Gray's Ferry, and terminate on the Delaware in the vicinity of the Greenwich Company's lands, or at League Island, or at some other place below the Navy Yard. Fire t, they were to inquire aa to the exjediewy of the measure, and sec ondly, as to the termination on the Dela ware. The President a...

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 April 1856

AYER'S PUIS. IFisifont thall bow down to it, and the greal of tarth thall kned be fort it." Never could this be said with more truth, than H now applies to thia remedy for affection of the Throat and Lungs. The exalted in learning and power, acknowledge its supremacy, while both the little and the great can feci its benefits. The Jtberal-njlndeJ among those skilled tor cure are fre to own its mastery over distempers which Lave bafHed their art. Those of exalted stations are net ashamed to testify to its virtues, but deem it a duty and a pleasure to thus hold out the Ump i-r their experience to their sullenng fellow suea. Witness the following: (Translation.) Vermillion ville. La., April, 1858. Mont, le Dr. J. C. Aver : I have of late, wade frequent use of your Cherry Pectoral in ray practice, and am happy to inform you that in t cnae yet has it failed me. I have made some tfgual cures of Laryngitis and Bronchitis with it, and have completely cured one case of Asthma, which had withs...

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 April 1856

i )ri If v fl THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEKNMENT, LIKE THE DET7S OF HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTEI3TJTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE SICH AND THE POOR. m 1 m i-y- NEW SERIES. TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, advance, if not $2 will be charged. AIJVeUTISENIENTS will be conspicuously in- ported at the following raies, w. 1 squaro S insertions, Every subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months, I . 6 " , t i year, $1 00 25 1 00 5 00 12 00 30 00 15 00 6 00 "col'a 1 year " " " Business Cards. Crj-Twetve lines constitute a square. Tlie Xew Son; BY GEODOE P. MORRIS. The Poets, all honor to them, make " sunshine in a bhady place." Who as he walks through the sloppy highways and by-ways of a great city d..s not mentally " thank God for pleasant weatuer." Hero we have the aspiration of many heart done into a song by Ameriac's own song writer : Thank God for pleasant weather 1 Chant it merry rills ! And clap your hands together. Ye exciting hills...

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 April 1856

r JVotj Phfladttfihia Ir.qitircr. Carrpondence Pennsylvania I Railroad. - LEi-IiiU NO. 1TI. 3 rn B. Myers. John Thompson, Robert Ti. Levick, Morri L. Hallow:!, Wiu. Spoon -cr. George Bo!din, John T. Smith, Edmund Peacon. tui! oth:rs: Esteemed Friends When I took luy K.-At as a Director of th Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 1 carried with frie th kindliest f.-cdiisg towards l'i President and r-r.e-b member of trie Br-rd. and although we differs! ia opinion ia rela tion to measure?, we still maintained i. social uni friendly intercourse up to tie day of the krst flection. I hs-1 not ike slightest suspi cion that my apparently kind friends were meditating evIJ in their hearts against me. I should as soon have thought of findiug snake-i oncealed amongst the flowers in my owu gar den, as of Gniing anything but an bonor&lle and uianlj bearing among my colleaguea. You Lave asked me for the causes of this un- xptcted result. It is uimeuit to ascertain the motives of men. I cm It ft altog...

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 April 1856

. IU1 " . : ii oleics yorxc, WATCHWAEES c JEWELERS- - JOHNSTOWN, TA. At business men of Johnstown Has got t making rhymes ; Tis only fair that we should say. Something of the times. For instance Holmes & Young will aell . Goods at the lowest rate, And for quality you'll find them. As fine as in the State. Cur partner Holmes has been doicn Last, For Goods in our line, And our kind Customers can hare Everything to their mind. Of WatcTies we have eveiy sort. And Rings and Breastpins too, (ToW Pens and Clocks' and Silver Spoons, Most beautiful to view. Just call and see them for yourselves. They are ho very nice. And remernler always that wo have Fora things hut One Price. Sign of the Golitn Watch Main Street Johns- Aprii 9, 1856. THr? subscriber ui'l soil at public sale at Ids farm in Munsttir t ownship, four miles East of Ebensburg. on Wednesday the 16th day of April 1853, the following described property viz: Two Brood Mares, Mileh Cows, Hogs & Young Cattlo, Ploughs & Har...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 9 April 1856

: ! I : f ." ' -i -" V" , ' "i -f - f 'i a AYER'S PUIS. , Wisdom shall bow down to it, and Vie great cf the earth shall kneel be fare it." Never could this be said with more truth, than It now applies to this remedy for affection of the Throat and Lungs. TLe exalted ia learning and power, acknowledge its supremacy, while botb the little and the great can feel its benefits. The liberal-minded among those skilled to cure are free to own its mastery over distempers which Lave baffled their art. Those of exalted stations are rot ashamed to testify to its virtues, but deem it a duty and a pleasure to thus hold out the lamp of their experience to their suffering feilow mea. Witness the following: (Translation.) Yermilliouville, La., April, 1S53. lions, le Db. J. C. Ayeb : I have of late, ts ado frequent use of your Cherry Pectoral in my practice, and am happy to inform you that in no case yet has it Tailed me. I have made some signal cures of Laryngitis and Bronchitis with it, and have co...

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. — 16 April 1856

:(1 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. .Hf-BW SERIES. EBENSBURG, APRIL. 16, 1856. VOL. 4. NO. 25. " II) 111 :d Sr.- - : : rw i 1 r i i r ri n i i i -Is - TERMS: TIIE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed evjry Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid ik ADTiscE, if not $2 will be charged. JLDVEUTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz: 1 Bquaro 3 insertions, lUrery subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 moritha, 1 " 6 et " 1 year, ' col'n 1 year, "if " " " 'iJusiness'Catas. CTVelve linos constitute a square I " 41 oo 25 1 12 80 15 00 00 00 00 00 as hereH provided, shall be granted by the Court of Quarter Sessions of the proper coun ty, except Philadelphia and Allegheny, at their first or second session in each year, and shall be for one year. The said courts shall Pittsburg no licenses granted under the 12th and 13th sections ...

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 April 1856

tTla SO. IT, John H. Myers, Joha Thompson, Robert B. Levick, Morris L. Kallo well. Win. Spoor nr. George Bohlin, John T. -South, UcLaund.. Deacon, aa d ethers: Gentlemen : I aa aware that my position la a delicate one, and the course I am pura iag liable to be misunderstood an J mb-ccu-strued. Very rude aud improper treatment wa practised upon ,uie on the day of the late election, and I am asked for the causes of uch treatment. Of course, I am not aware of the quo-animo of those who concocted the eeeret tcheme, bat presuming that it arose from my opposition to Bcme of the measures cf the President and the Board, my only course is to point out those measures, and leave the stockholders to judge as to the rigit wr wrong of iny conduct. To omit this, might imply that I was guilty of improper practices, and, therefore, should keep quiet. An anonymous writer ia a morning paper tkg for my reasons for not making theso dis closures at the annual meeting. If he at tended the annual meeting, ...

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. — 16 April 1856

f i HO! LOOK QEBE1I r 111 K ifiibar-ribflr Vifta inat received a fall i supply of FAMILY PROVISIONS, at ma new store m tne room tornieriy oc cupied as a Foundry waro-room, and is prepared to furnish the same to customers at rates as low "'as the lowest. . His stock is of the very hast, and consists of cverv itra in the provision-line, viz: Superior Core Fiour, Corn Mejd in Ixirrel or n Sacks, JTims, Shoidders. and Sidss of Bacon, Sugar Cured Hams, Fish cf all kinds Sdmon.r Shad, Mackerel, Herring, Cod, ., Cheese,. Dried APPLES, "- Peaches, ets. ALSO, Confections and varieties, such as Candies, yutt, Craclcers, Tobacco a i Cigars. lie has also, ad . '.. . ded to his business, and intends to 1eep on hand for sale IRON & NAILS 'of all sizes of the best quality ; aud will sell at a Very low profit for cash or Country produce. Give him x call. Persons thai wish to buy any thing iu his lino, will find it to their advantage. ROBERT DAV13. Ebensburg, April 2, 1855. THE undersigned, duly...

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 April 1856

1 AYElt'S PUIS. " Wisdom shall bow down to it, and tiu great of the earth shall kneel before tt. Never could this be said with more truth, than it now applies to this remedy for affections of the Throat and Lungs. The exulted iu learning and power, acknowledge its supremacy, while both the little and the great can feel its benefits. The hberal-minded among those skilled to cure are fix to own its mastery over distempers which have baffled their art. Those of exalted stations are not ashamed to testify to its virtues, but deem it a duty , and a pleasure to thus hold out the lamp of their experience to their suffering fellow men. Witness the following : - - (Translation.) Vermillionville, La., April, 1853. lions, le Dr. J. C. Ater : I have of late, reade frequent use of your Cherrt Pectoral in my practice, and am happy to inform you that in no case yet has it failed me. I have made some signal etircs of Laryngitis and Bronchitis with it, and have completely cured one case of Asthma, w...

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 April 1856

... 3 ..j e r f.T r .1 'f- - U .5 ! JHE BLESSINGS OP GOTEENEKT, IE THE PEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DBTECEDTED AUEBJPOH THE HIGH A3ID THBI, TH2 BCT THEWOJL - ; 7; " EBENSBUIIG, APRIIi 23, 1856. VOL. 3. NO. 28. NEW SERIES. I .Ell A. TERMS THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish od every We dnesday, morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at. $1 50 per annum, if paid i ih advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVEttTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz : : ' . ; 1 square 3 insertions, Jl ou KrerT mibaeauent insertion. 25 j 1 aquare 3 moathi, 1 " 6 " " 1 yoar, ' t 12 SO 15 5 00 00 00 00 00 00 col'a . 1 year, 4. " " " 'Business Cards. - (XTweive lines constitute a square. THEASIIILK'S SALE. Of Unseated Lands and. Lots in Cam bria Conntv. A. D 1855. T CIIARLES D. MURRAY, Treasurer of Cam- I hrA flMintv. in the Com mou wealth of IVnn- evlvania. in pursuance cf the several acts of As- semhlvof said Common wealth, directing the time and manner of selliug unseated...

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 April 1856

'From tht Philadelphia Inquirer. Interesting Correspondence Pennsylvania ' - Eailroad. " ! LETTER NO. V". Jobn B. Myers, John Thompson, Robert R. Levick, Morris L. Ilallowell, Wm. Spoon er. George BoJdin, John T. Smith, Kdinund Beacon, and others: Esteemed Friends: In my last I detailed Borne proceedings of the" Board, which I con scientiously believed that my duty as a Direc tor compelled me to rcs'st. I became, there- fore, placed in an antagomsticai position witrr roy associates. - And now, being pat npon my defence, I hope, my late colleagues, with their laurels green, will bear with me patiently vViilct.T dt.ail nnlmlv ft fUro mnro mollora oKy-Mif n u a. w a w mm i vHhu.v urn . v . . .u LA t- l, iu u W U V which we disagreed. The question is not now who was right or who was wrong I am en deavoring to point out the reasons for my be ing no unceremoniously and secretly disposed of on the day of election. There need be no alarm about exposing the secrets . of the Board. All these ...

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 April 1856

Mb. Buciiana5. A late letter from Paris stated that Mr. Buchanan was in that city stop ping with Mr. Mason' at the Embassy. Ha may be expected to arrive shortly in this country, from - his mission which he has filled with so much hon or. A large meeting was held a few days since ' in New York to make arrangements for- hia re ception, and to tender him the hospitalities of the city upon bis arrival. - -' New PAPEB.-We hare been ere Utably inform ed that the Democracy of Indiana county, Pa., have it in view to Btart a democratic paper in " that place." A. paper has long been needed in . that county,aad. we hope they may succeed. It Is time that .Indiana county should be wrested from Black Republicanism and Know-Nothing mis rule. The late Railroad Collision. Maj. Adams ronductor and John Gore engineer of the eastern train which came into collision with another near Johnstown on the 12th inst., have been discharg ed. Mr. Stout the conductor of the western, and Richard Allen engineer of ...

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 April 1856

AYER'S PUIS. " Wisdom shall bow down to it, and the great of As tenth shall kneel before it." - - . Never could this be 6aid with more truth, than U now applies to this remedy fur affections of the k.AA .J r 'I'll otuHfvl in loominrr Q n . 1 power, acknowledge its supremacy, while both the little and the great can feel its benefits. The liberal-minded Rmong those skilled to cure are free to own its 'mastery over distempers which Lave baffled their art. Those of exalted stations re not ashamed to testify to its virtues, but deem St a duty and a pleasure to thus hold out the lamp of their experience to their suffering fellow BMu. Witness the following: (Translation.) Yermilliouville, La., April, 185S. Mens, le Dh. J. C. Ayer : I , have of late, tsade frequent use of your Chehby Pectoral in my practice, and am happy to inform you that in bo ca&e yet has it failed me. I have i ade some signal cures of Laryngitis and Bronchitis with it, and have completely cured one case of Asthma, w...

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 April 1856

y4 if 1 nr in hi V i '4 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEBSMEUT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD 3E DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LO W, THE RICH AND THE POOB,. EBENSBURG, APpIL 30, 1856. VOL. 3. NO. 27. NEW ' SERIES. T 15 II 51 8 : tHE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg Cambria Co., Paj, at $1 50 per annum, if paid IS advahce, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, tii : square 3 insertions, $1 00 tererv snbseouent insertion. ' 25 square 3 months, A. 00 00 00 00 00 00 6 12 80 15 6 1 roar fear, (C 3usine3S Cards. OO-Twelre lines constitute a square. . TREASUKEIt'S SALE, Of Unseated Lands and Lots in Cam bria County, A- D 1856. . I CHARLES -D. MURRAY, Treasurer" of Cam bria County, in the Commonwealth of Penn sylvania, in pursuance of the several acts of As sembly of said Commonwealth, directing the time and manner of selling unseated lands for taxes, DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that the foll...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 April 1856

quireraent; their error must be attributed to their earnest desire to aid in protecting those interests whichraro committed to their charge. In conclusion,-, the Board would observe, that they must not be suspected from the ten or of this reply,, of being actuated by feelings adverse to the Sunbury and Erie rtilroad. On the contrary, they consider the enterprise in which that company is engaged, as one of great importance to the prosperity of a larjre and deserving portion of the Commonwealth, and that they ara always ready to countenance and encouraee any legitimate effort to pro mote the completion of tho road. - I have, tha honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, . TnOS. H. FORSYTH, Prea. Urmorrnt unit Jniiinrl. bicbjLrd wmTB::::::::::::::::::::::HEXRT c. dbvixb ' WHITE & DEVINE, Editors and Proprietor!. " EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNTNG:::::::::::::;:APR. zb. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMBS BUCHANAN. Babject to the Decision of the National Convention. - Canal Commissioner: ...

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