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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 4 June 1856

!.! 11 " From the Louisville Journal. Sabbath In the Wilderness. BT MAX fiREEXEi Here, in a strange and desert land, I've passed this Sabbath day, From home, and all that knew tne once. Three tlousand miles away. By far Atlantic's flashing streams. In boyhood, I have played j In manhood no', I wander 'neath Ibe Rocky Mountains, shade. I've lain within this cedar grove. And watched the brilliant glow That rests upon yon upland rim. And iu the vale below. Vro lain beneath the cedar bqpgh , And watched a strange bright bird .And looked into the marbled sky, Until my soul was stirred. With memories of h Tig-gone year. And hopes of coining time ; And then, my passiou-ate heart was poured In rivers of sweet rhyme. Thus, in wild and desert land. I've passed'thls Sabbath day, From home, nd all vlx knew ine once, Three thoi sand miles away. REH ARKS Of Mr. Smith, of Cambria, in tha llouac of Representatives, April tllst 185ft, on the l?ill entitled "An Act to provide foe the payment of certa...

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. — 4 June 1856

i,v :.ri ': r i4: mi m 0.' -b -'.-. . I .b 7; ? BLAiR COUNTY ART UNION! yon the DisrsiiBiTios office Iici?A vav.s. rue E.vcisiK- ARTS, Jc. Thera is a tid-s in the affairs cf niaa, Winch, taken at the flood. cn to iorianc," &c. - . " J& persons purc.bas.Lig 0;:r Dollar's worth of Bngravings will receive a uara'jerod receipt che k, entitling them to a share in t!r f Rowing uimod property, to lJ divided by the shareholders, among themselves, by a Con rait tea to be appoint ed by the shareholders, is &cv.u as thirfv-nve itmdred dollars' worth of Entrnwngs are sold. That two story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE and Lot of Ground, with Stable and necessary outbuildings, Fruit trees, 4-c, eituate on Walnut treet. Ho!lidavs')ur;r. nn- in the oc cupancy of JVm, Nesbit, valued at $I'JGO GO 1 Splendid Rosewood Piano, CtfO 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 It SO 100 1000 Gold Chronometor YatcIi. Gold Lever Watch, Melodeon Sewing Machins Fire Proof Safe, GentlenitnV Vtch, Lly"ii Lever Watch, Broche Shawls J?dag...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 11 June 1856

h t HI xwvi i in nnii : v : - t - THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. VOL. 3. NO. 3$. EBENSBURG, JUJVE 11, 1856. NEW SERIES. - - - - " III . ttt m w 1 21 WL U 3J THE DE1IOCKAT & SENTINEL, is publish .'d every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, 'Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid ix ADVAXC2, if not $2 will bo charged. Advertisements wui be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz : i square 3 insertions, $1 00 Kvery subsequent insertion, 25 1 squaro 3 months, 3 00 1 " 6 ' 5 00 tr tc 1 ycar 12 00 "corn" 1 year, 30 00 tt tt 15 00 Business Cards, . . - . 6 00 CO-Twelve lines constitute a quare. - - OF JLOCIfc II A VEX, IA. ENSURES Detached Buildings, Stores, Mer chandize, Farm Property, and other Buildings, and their contents. mm mm As-" DIEECTOES. , Jonx J. TEAr.cE, Llox. G C. IIabvet, T. T. Aerams, D. K. Jackmax, W. WHITE, Thos. Kitchen-. .Tonx B. Hall, Cuarlm A. Mat...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 11 June 1856

Dtmorrnt nnh Irniinrl. VICBajld wniT8::::::::::::::::::::::nKxaT c. dsvinb WHITS ft DEVTNE, Editors and Proprietors. " " EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING: :JUNE 11. roa PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN. OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (OP COLUMBIA COUSTY.) Auditor CJeneral: JACOB FRY, JR., (Of MONTGOMERY CO C STY.) Surveyor General: TIMOTHY IVES, (of POTTER COl"NTY.) The Convention The President. The deed is done the agony is over, the nom ination is consummated ; thie Democratic Con Ten tion has concluded its work, and the nations choice, James Buchanan, is the candidate of the Democratic party, and indeed we. may say, of the whole people. It is uot for us to offer a eulogy npon Mr. Buchanan's character and service to his country, nor is it for us to say that wisdom and prudence have guided tho deliberations of the convention at Cincinnati. That body met only to give the formal adherence of the Democratic Party to the s...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 11 June 1856

Reasons why V Old line Whigs cannot act with the Know-Nothings. j jV have read with much pleasure a series of exceedingly-well written articles xn the XashviUe, (Tenn.) Union., in which an old line AVhig of the State discusses the course - properto be" taken by the old-line Whigs in the pending Presidential contest. From the concluding number of the series we extract the following conclusive reasons against a co operation'with the Know-Nothings : " In the northren States, where Abolitionism find s its only adherents, it is confessedly true that its only antagonist is the National Demo cratic party. The American or Know-Nothing parly is as thoroughly abolitionized in the free States, as the Black Republicans them selves. In proof of this fact I need only ad duce the unanimity with which, in the elec tion for Speaker, they united upon Banks, in the undisguised spirit of aggression upon Southern rights which signalized the pro ceedings of their national convention at Phil adelphia and ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 11 June 1856

I BLAIB COUNTY ART.UNION! , TOR TIIC D2STRIR17TIOX OF FIXE EXRATIL;S. THE E.VCOllN OF TIIC FIXU ARTS, &C. " There Is a tide in the affair of man, "Which, taken at the Hood, Leads on to fortune,0 &c. All persons purchasing One Dollar' worth of Engravings will receive a numbered receipt chock, t-ntitling them to a share in the following named property, to be divided by the shareholders, among themselves, by a Committee to be appoint ed by the shareholders, as soon as thirty-five hnndred dollars' worth of Engravings are uold. That two story CRICK DWELLING" HOUSE and Lot of Ground, with fctablo and necessary outbuildings, Fruit trees, &c., situate on Walnut street, Hullidavsburg, now in the oc tapancv of Win, Nesbit, valued at $1200 00 Splendid Rosewood Piano, 600 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 s 10 so 100 1000 One Gold Chrouomctor Watch, 250 Gold Lover Watch, 100 Melodeon 80 Sewing Machine 75 Fire Proof Safe, 75 Gentlemen's Watob CO Lady's Lever Watch, 60 Broche Shawls, 60 Packages of Dry G...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 June 1856

iu ' v ) V - . l.. THE BLESSINGS OP GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD LE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. EBENSBUIIG,'-' JUNE 18, 1856. VOL. 3. K O. 31. 11 Hi T T OJLiiVJLJO. 1 r fit i (1 111 II H cm tax u THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish - d every Wednesday morning, in Ebcnsburg, Cambria Co., Ta;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid x advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in- . sorted at the following rates, viz; 1 square 3 insertion, Every subsequent insertion, 1 square 5 months, 1 ' 6 " . 1 year,- ' col'n 1 year, . l " t tt Business Cards, COTwelve lines constitute a square $1 00 25 9 00 S CO 12 00 80 00 15 00 5 00 OF JLOCSi IIAVILV, PA. INSURES Detached Buildings, Stores, Mer chandize, Farm Property, and other Buildings, nd their contents, m w DIRECT0ES. Hos. Jons J. PeabcejIIon. G C. IIabvet, Jon B. IlAti., Chaki.es A. Mater, Cuaulkh Cuist. Teteb Dickson, Hon. G. a T. T. Absams, D. K. Jackman, W. Whi...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 June 1856

': t ' 4 ft 1 v't - J -I BicniRif WHITE.' ::nsxB.v c. devixe WHITE ft DEVTKE, Editors and Proprietors. E3ENSBTJRG. -WEDNESDAY MORNING: JUNE 18. 10R PCtSlDEST, ; JAJIES. BUCflANAN. . OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOU V1CR I'ttlSIDKNT, fit EiLVIi OF KENTUCKY L'anal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (OF COLCULIA COUNTY.) Auditor CJoneral: JACOB FRY, JR., (OK MONTGj.UEK.Y COUNTIT.) "Surveyor (7sirml: TIMOTHY IVES, "(OV POTTER COUNTY.) PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. f EXATOEIAL. Charles R. Backalew, Wilson M'Caiidlesj?. ... DISTRICT. 1. Geo. V. Nebingcr, 13. Abraham E linger, 2. Pierce liutler, 14. Ueuben Wilb'er, 3. Edward Wartman, 15. Geo. A. Crawford, 4. Win. II. Witte, 16. James Dlack, 5. John McNair, 17. II. Jfkahle, ft." John N. Brinton, 18. John I). Roddy, i. iavit L.aory, " 8. Charles Kessler, 9. James Patterson, 10. Isaac Slenker, . 11. F. AY. Hughes, 10. Jacob Turney, 20- J. A. J. Buchanan, 21. Woa. Wilkins, 22. Jas. G. Campbell," 23. T. Cunningham, - 12. Taos. Osterhout, 24. John Keatly, 20. Vincent Phe...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 June 1856

UL Th3 Vote Epitomized. A. Tabular Statement Shoving the Met ' Each Ballot for President. ult of Cass. G 6 5 5 5 5 k o 41 G" 0 Uallot Buchanan Pierce Douglas First 113 122 'Second 130 119J iTliird 139.1 110 Fourth ; 139 110 Fifth 141 119 Sixth 155 1 07J Seventh " 413 89 -Eighth ' 147 87 Ninth 110 57 Tenth 147 80 Eleventh 147 80 Twelfth 148 70 Thirteenth' 150 77 -'Fourteenth 152 79 Fifteenth 168 o Sixteenth 168" 00 Seventeenth . 296 00 A unanimous "vote. 33 .31 32 . 30 31 23 58" 5G 5G 62 a Gi 72 63" G3 118 122 00 S3T The Montreal (Canada) Commercial Advertiser, in speaking of the people of thia voantry, holds the following very complimen tary language : "The men cf the Revolution are dead ; 'their isferior children of 1812 are io their do tage ; the present generation, raised on hot cakes and sweet fixins, and stimulated with tobacco juice., is all talk and no cider as des titute of the stamina on which courage is foun ded as its mothers arc of fli:sh. Look at the women : charming at...

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. — 18 June 1856

. BLAIR COUNTY ART UNION! FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF FIXE CXCIUVIXGS. THE EVCOIK , AGE.UE.T OF THE t ARTS, &C. " There is a tide in the afTnirs of uun, 4 ' Which, tak8n at the flood, '- - Leads on to fortune," &c. ' - ' ' ' All ' persons purchasing One Dollar's worth of Engravings will receive a numbered receipt check, entitling them to a share iu the following named property, to b divided by the shareholders, among themselves, by a Committee to be appoint ed by the shareholders, as oon as thirty-live kaoured dollars' worth of Engravings are sold. r; That two story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE and Lot of : Ground, with Stable and necessary outbuildings. Fruit trees, Arc, situate on Walnut , Btrect, Hollidaysb urg, now in the oc- opancy of Wm, Nesbit, valued at $1200 00 1" Splendid Rosewood Piano, 600 1 Gold Chronoraetor Watch, 250 1 Gold Lever Watch, - 100 1 Melodeon go 1 Sewing Machine 75 1 Fire Proof Safe, . 75 1 Gentlemen's Watch, 60 1 Iady's Lever Watch, 60 3 Broche Shawls, ' 50 10...

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. — 25 June 1856

v. i i . . . .' '; t i . V THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. 15 ' EtfENSBURG,' JUNE 25, 1856. 1SBW SERIES. VOL. 3. JSC 35. t 111 ra I 111 lid 11 IM I Irl IF If? mi is ii III . p m 'm m 'HE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebcnsburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid is advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in erted at the following rates, viz : 1 square 3 insertions, $1 00 Every subsequent insertion, 25 1 square 3 months, ' 00 j t c " c 00 1 year, 2 00 ecl'n 1 vear, SO 00 .A . 15 00 liusincss Cards. v 5 0 Qj-Twelve lines constitute a square. US IIS! mi IKIM! C3, OF LOCK H lVEX, lA. NSUHES Detached Buildings, Stores, Mer chandize, Farm Property, and other Buddings, -and their contents. 5 ? DIHECTOSS. llox. .Joim J. rEAP.CE, Jons n. Mali., Cn VPI.K5 A. Mater, XJtlAr.t.KS C.HST. Hos. Or C. II arve v, T. T. Ani...

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. — 25 June 1856

D t m o r r u f iiiih $ r n i i n r I . KICJIIARD white: niEXRT C. DKVINE WHITE & DUVINS, Kditc-ra aud Proprietors. TTT,'PT :1T?TTT n WK D N" ESI") AY MOUSING :: :::JUNE 25. TOR I-itESrXKNT, JAMES BUCHANAN. OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE FRKSII'KNT, 4 i JOHN C. BREGKLWE OF KENTUCKY. Canal Co:nmKs5oer: GEORGE SCOTT, (OF COLIMUIA CO I" NT Y.) Auditor Central: JACOB FRY, JR., (cf Montgomery CoCNTY.) Surveyor General: TIMOTHY IVES; (OF rOTTKIt COUNTY.) PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. SENATORIAL. Charles It. Buekalew, "Wilson M'Candlcss. DISTRICT. 1. Gcei. W. Nebinger, 13. Abraham E linger, 2. Pierce Iiutier, 14. It.nibcn Wither, 3. Edward Wartman, 15. Geo. A. Crawforil, 4. m. II. W itte, 5. Johu McXair, fi. John N. Printon, 7. David Laury, 8. Charles Kessler, 9. James Patterson, 10. Isaac Sleuker, 11. F. Y. Hughes, 12. Thos. Osterhont, It). James Black, 17. II. J. Stable, 18. John D. Poddy, 10. Jacob Tr.rnev, HO. J. A. J. Buchanan. 21. Wm. Wilkins. 22. Jas. G.-Campbe'J, 113. T. Cunningham, 21. Jo...

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. — 25 June 1856

'A f 1 IV .?- " -i A Sudden Change. - The opposition factions to the Democracy are a queer set of mortals.' ' A great change has suddenly ' come o'er the spirit of their dream." Hut a few days ago, and the prom inent men of the Know-Nothing and ttlack Republican party were zealously discussing tho merits and claims of the rival candidates of the Cincinnati Convention. Under the mistaken belief that Mr. BrciiANAX would be defeated for the nomination an impression created on the principle" of the wish being father to the thought, they loudly proclaimed their admiration for this distinguished states man, and declared that he was tho only iiutn the Democracy could certainly elect. Now, however, their tune is suddenly changed, and a great difference is manifested in the conver sation of these gentlemen at the street corners. They have discovered that they were slightly previous in their zeal for Mr. Buchanan. Their idea that the South could not do justice to a man of his independence has...

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. — 25 June 1856

, n '.,1 i. -: .. v 1. 1 '.. ' 3 l . ..1 IS - f :'-, x '5 BLAIR COUNTY ART UNION! I OK THE IMSTKIIU TIO OF FIE 12X4211.1 I AKS. TJIK E.VCOUK. ACE.1IEXT OF THE I'lSC AIITS, &,c. There is a tide iu tLe affairs of iaan-, Which, taken at the tiood. Leads on to fortune," &-c. All persons pr.rchasiug One Dollar's worth of Iraviugs will receive a numbered receipt check, entitling thcui to ft share in tlic followh.g named property, to he divided by the shareholders, among themselves, fey a Committee to be appoint ed by the sharcholdurs, as soon as thirty-live hundred dollars' worth of Engravings are sold. 1 ; V' : " Ei? ,'. 'I That two story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE and Lot of Ground, with Stable and necessary outbuildings. Fruit trees, &c, situate on Walnut street, Hollidaysburg, now in the oc ' capancy of Wm, Nesbit, valued at $1200 00 l fplciiiia Kosewood Piano, 1 Gold Chrouometor Watch, 1 Gold Lever Watch, 1 Melodeon 1 Sewing Michino 1 Fire Proof Safe, 1 Gentlemen's Watch, 1 Lad...

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 July 1856

kl 1 1" 4 i 4 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVESNMENT, IIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH AND THE FOOB. - U'v-; - - '.-B'TT "SERIES. EBENSBURG, JFIiY- 2, 1856, -.4 J VOL. 3. WO. 36k - - .. ..... yjt , - 'I I II ifl"" : i j l J i-u-'j .. . --f- .. : i : : : : : ! X -eJfiSV -o -.. : c : tHE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday "morning;'. in Ebensburg, :' Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid . is adtin'ce. If not .12 will be charged. . -: MYElVTI3E.IENTS "will bo conspicuously in serted at the following rates, vix: fJ. 1 eqtote S insertions, . .$100. . 1-very Bubsincnt insertion, 25 '1 square 3 months, . ? 00 1 c " 4 00 , - :w i Vear. 12 00 corn ' 1 year. 80 00 is oa 6 C0 ' Wusincsi "Gird. '"" "-"" " ; ' 'f'LVelve lines constitute a square. .TISTOMEI uti:tii CiY JLOCIS. II IVE.V, "PA. INSURES Ditched Buildings, Stores, Mer chandize, larm.Pror;erty, and other Buil-hugs, swiJ their conicr.ts-. I'll 'I 5 "0IEECT0SS. Jon...

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 July 1856

'S t '- . . ' 5 1 " 4 'f ' 4 Dtmofrnf unh jprnlitul: icqaro wmTB::::::::::::::::::::::HEirRT c. devine . WHITE & DEVTNE, Editors and Proprietors. EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING::::::::::::: JULY 2. roa riuisiDENT. JAMES BUCliMm - . Or PENNSYLVANIA. FOtt VICET PRESIDES! John c. mmm OF KENTUCKY. Canal CoiiiulkIoner: GEORGE SCOTT, (or COLVM13IA county-.) Auditor Clouoral: JACOB FRY, JR., (or MONTGOMERY COUNXY.) Surveyor General: TIMOTHY IVES, (OP POTTER COrNTY.) VI- PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. SENATORIAL. Diaries Ii. Luckalew, "Wilson M'Candless. "' . district. ; fl. Geo. W. Nebinger, 13. Abraham Ediugtr, ' ' 2. Pierce RutL-r, 14. Reuben WilWr, - Z. Edward Wartman, lb. Geo. A. Crawford, :4. Win. II. Wittc, 15. James Blar-k, 5. John McN'air, 17. IL J. Stalde, f5. John N. Briuton, 18. John 1. Roddy; , 1. David Laory, 19. Jacob Turney. . 8. Charks Kesslor, 0. J. A. J. Buchanan.. 0. James Patterson, 1. Wm. Wilkins, "' 10. Isaac Slenker, 22. Jas. G. Campbell, 11. F. V. Hughes, S3. T. Cunningha...

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 July 1856

JUL .'. i 1 i5 Tfir An' Overwhelming Reply. ! - :' In lbo course, of a iong,able. .and wither ' in reply to the oft-refuted slanders ra regard 1 to tha Federalism q JI;Buckanan,tbe -New York Ai JWf say s t j : .; 5 i i r . Now the truth is, Mr. Cuohanan 'never 'Vis a Federalist;-! Jn the true peuso of that .term.. A Federalist - was an opposer of the war of 1812;' Mr. Buchanan supported the war by bis own good sword. " Mr. Buchanan ; was elected to Congress, the first time iu lSiO ' and as a supporter, of Mr." Monroe's aduiitus : tration ; yet as this' administration was sup . ported by the Federalists; the Cliatoniaos, and Democrats,' i givea Lis enemies a chance Jo ay that be.was' a Federalist The true way to determine what he was'is to go to tlie record. Did be support Federal or' Whig measures? Did he favor a strict or liberal construction of ' the constitution ? By their fruits ye shall know them. Nov almost the first tpreeh (and, a must able one it was) which Mr Bu chanan made...

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 July 1856

41! ' : ' . t 'J .- 4. r ' f - t ,' V i ' ' - t ' '. - BLAIR COUNTY ART UNION! ffCtt THE DKTRIDITIOX OP FIXE xxc:ravji(s. the excoib. aue.iievt or tiic fixc ARTS, &C. " There is a tide in the affairs of inaa, ' " - Which, taken at the Hood, Lead cm to fortune," Ac AM persons purchasing Oue Dollar worth of . Uu-ravmr will receive a numbered receipt check, wutling them to a share iu the following named - property to be divided liy the shareholders, among themselves, byaCoruiaittee to be appoint ed by the shareholder, a.. soon as tLirty-Cr hundred dollars' worth of Engravings arc soli. - --L-ibii UJt ii 'Sht tw.. story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE ani Lot of Ground, with Ftable - and necessary outbuildings, fruit trees. fLc, situate ou Walaut trcct. HoUidaysburg, now in thu oc 'pncy of Wm, Nes-bit, valued at J 1200 00 1 fvdeudid Rosewood ri:no, . 00 1 Gold Chron-metor Watch, . 2C0 I Gold Lercr Watch, o 1 Mt-lodoon f) I Pewiag Mxchino 75 1 . fire Proof Safe, 75 1 Geutlemtn'i Watch, f 0 1 Lu...

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 July 1856

:.i " t 1 . 1 , j. ,! ? ' ji'. I'M' t : ; t 0 J i ... --- -i - - It' r 3fEW SERIES. 4 fflK DEMOCRAT : : c ci.'ttivlt ' 1 ud verv Wednesday nioridh:;, in Lbensburg, IV I lli.l m i-. L is t 1 1 -' i L i; : vayabria Go:, Fa:, at ,J I 60 per annum, if i.ud ..I. AiVA.NCE.'if uot $2 will be charged. ; JlI V JiT I S EM U NTS will-be conspicuously fn- r .,"eYted .at the following rate, via; ::-r:V ' "'" I Bou.ire 3 insertions, ... ..: .... - , $1 00 ' Rrrv subsequent insertion, . '.' ., ,.: 25 5 I'nquare S months'," ; . .'. 00 ir.'j ..".: : i v '."4 00' 12 00' SO GO 15 00 00 ' .;: Or LOCK UAVKV, iNSUilF.3irttu.rhitl .Huiiuiu's. .Stoics. Mer--haiiv Fst.rtu rioj:erty, and other utl,!tg.. th:r ein'tjt. - , . ; . ,:' 3JIRECTOS5.';. Jiov'ToBV J. rEAB'.r.'f Ion. ff C. TIarvet,' Jcbx H. Utvi :';-;T. T. Ar.RAvs. rtAts A. AIatek., iH. K.; Jai kSias,' C.'uARf.MS C:tIfT..,f i 7hitk,-i i'sraa IM'-Kso.v, wTi-!ms Kiroi.KNV, : . . , . Hon, ii.C. HAIlViVr. Ties: . . '' tu.iMs., Vi.et i'rr. rE3SREXCZ?. iTi'...

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 July 1856

Drniarrni, n n b grniinrl. bichard wuitb;;::::::::::::::::::::iiexry c. devixk WHITE & DEVI2TE, Editors and Proprietors. , EBSKS3URG. "WEDXKSDAY SIORNING:::::::::::::JTJLY 9. FOR IT.ES1DKXT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE PllESlDENr, C, BREGKD OF KENTUCKY. Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (OK COLUMBIA COCXTY.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., .(of montcomkry county.)" Surveyor General: TIMOTHY IVES, (op potter county.) PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. SENATORIAL. Charles i:. Buekalew, Wilson Sl'Candless. DISTRICT. Geo. V. Nebinger, 13. Pierce Butler, " 14. Edward Wartman, 15. Wm. II. Witte, lt. Abraham Edinger, Reuben Wilber, Geo. A. Crawford, .lames Black, 11. J. Stable, John D. Boddy, . Jacob Turner. J. A. J. Buchanan, Wm. Wilkins, Jas. (i. Campbell, T. Cunningham, 4. .5. ,0. 7. 8. 0. 10. 11. 1 John SIcXair, John X. Brinton, David. Laury, Charles Kessler, 'James Patterson,' Isaac Slenkcr, F. V. Hushes, 17. 18. 10. "0. 21. 2:1. Thos. Osterhout, John kcatly, 25. Yincei.t helps...

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