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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 9 July 1856

Buchanan and Breckinridge. . - ,Tbe Washington correspondent of the "Pa ritan Recorder," writes thus of the Democratic candidates : James Buchanan seems to be their chosen man. a bachelor of sixty-fire, not mixed up with the modern strifes, long the candidate of Pennsylvania, lately pushed forward with de termined resolution, and with signal success. ITn hu ' trnnd . hhits. a flofir Iioa.il. a ftpailv "w - & 1 J firmness of mind, large experience, and a high and impartial spirit. He is a Presbyterian, dcneminationally, and a regular church-goer, .icd to ministers, and a- firm believer" in the necessity of religion as the conservative ele ment in the prosperity of the republic. John C. Breckinridge is a young man, of a noted Presbyterian, family of Kentucky ; a grand son of a former attorney general of the United States, and the nephew of three Presbyterian ministers, a member of the last Congress of Mr. Clay's district, voted for by many Whigs. He has lately obtained the constit...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 9 July 1856

r. 1 J J - 1 i ' BUIR COUNTY ART UNION! rcm.TiiEDis ritimiTiox or nxct M There I a ti.'v.i i lie airs U con. Which, Ukftfl at. the .", .Lends o to fortune' ve. U - VII '. ilnr.tin iiiiprhasiriST OlC Dollar's worth of r'" j :WI ' H flUIW ihuv"'o" 1 ravings will receive a numbered rreHpt chirk,- - .. f t t ..: i?:tiine them to ft share in the frllow.i,,; named jt I 1 jirvprtjr. to lv dmdod by the shurcnoicicrs, aui.-f.g themselves, by a Committee to be appoiuv br. tho shareholders, ns em as thirty-live 'L-ired ti Jars' worth of En rrnviugs are si Id. Tfcat two torv BRICK. DWELLING HOUSE ami" lt ( Ground, with iLb"o n 1 ' necessary outbuildings. Fruit .tree, &c, situate. on Walnut . . j frrt".t; Hoilidavsburi;, now infhe oe I tpatiev of Ww, Ne.-bit, valued at 1200 00 Splendid Rosewood riano, sou - fV.'d Chronometer Watch, 250 - O Id Lover Watch, - H' Sewing Macluuo'.' v. " " " -. Fire Proof Safe, '.-... 75 Gentleman's Watch, . - GO La lj's Lever. Watrh, , - 0 . ltr K-he Shaw's, '. ...

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 July 1856

UL to; si J T J? i ' I 'itJESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVES. SHOtTXDJBE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN5, SHOULDiE distributed alike upon the high and the low, the RICH AND THE POOR .jfEW'SEIttESi '1 H"ir3 6ih; . 1 " )Uir. 'f iQ-: Mail WiA I ;si i li III -.'S.-'N" 'III -XIII1 II '111'.: ; ; :; x 1 1 1 y: I . X -tV -r r - ... . : . -.V-------.r- r:t.'i---i-;,':u O Oifj f-Vl -7 AH DinroCltAT Jfe SENT,nXEL,.i3 puLlish- every Wednesday morning, in-Ebeiisburfr, Jiiiabna w., l ay, at 31 Ju per annum, if paid - iv AOYiSCB, if n-t $2 will be charged. :AiVERTISEMKXTS Will bo conspicuously iu- srted at th? 'KT'iOwing rate, viz: ; ;,l quare S iiisertions, , r jKvcry HCbscquent insertion," ,1 squh'iJc juontliS, i yr; ' .'t' Fi'n 1 year, !V - " . , - Iln-MneM Cards. . ' CrTweIve lines constitutfl a square ,$1 00 25 00 00 00 00 00 00 i 12 RO la 5 -THE WEST BMSCH c J OF LOCli. IIAYEX, PA. IICSUllES rKtaclied UuiMinps. . Stores. Mer chandize...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 16 July 1856

Dtmorrnt nub Iriilinrl. kick a an white:: ::::;;::hsxrt c. dkvixb WHITE 6 DEVTHB, Editors and Proprietor!. EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING::::::::::: .ll-t V 1 , ! -,; . TOR MU:SIIEXT, : ; JAMi BUCHANAN. : - OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE IKKSl!EXT, JOHN-C. '.-BRECKINRIDGE, ' . OF KENTUCKY. Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOT' I (of COLOIPIA COUNTY.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., . "" (OF MONTCOMEItY COUNTY.) ( PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. .'., "J' ' ""' '.' SKXATOBML. Ciurk-s R. r.u.-kf.lcw. . Wilsin ld'CndI. -f ' .-., ' " i'lSTBtCT. ' Cieo. Vt, NVuhigcr, 13. Abraham F. lingar, . S. , IMitc- Under, ; .1. Kenuon WiU.tr. a. Kdward Wam'inhl l.V. Gto. A. Oawfonl, ','4. .Win. II. Witle, IG. .hum PJack, "S. Jhr MeXair. t, .John N. Briuton, ' 7. lavid Liory; ' R. ("navies Kcsslar, dames 1'atterson. . 10. Isaac Slcnker, .11. F. W. Hughes, .12. Tho. Osterhout, 17. II. J. Stahla, 18. John I). JiniJy, 19. Jacob Turney. '.0. J. A. J. 'Buchanan. 21. 2t. Wra. WiikiiiS, Jiio. ( i. Campbell, T. Cunningham, John ...

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 July 1856

JUL u e?.Cas3 ox RlrLE Reliqiox . Gen ' Cass. in a letter to a committee at Boston, who ha J invited him to attend the Buchanan ratifica tion meeting ia that city, wrote : . ' Our nominees are worthy of our confi dence, and, besides their personal claims, they . are the representatives of that great party of Washington, and Jefferson, and Jackson, rhich knows no country but the whole coun try, and no people but the whole American poople ;-and which believes that if every por tion of the republic were left to manage its affairs in its own way, without external inter- , ference,' and if more charity aud less virulence were exhibited more of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and less of Sharpe's Rifles issued from the arsenals of some of the churches that the good old days of peace and fraternal re gard would soon return to cheer the land." Fast men, like fast rivers, arc gener ally the shallowest. ' . New Advertisements. . . "Blair County Art Union." It is confidently expected that the first...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 16 July 1856

f ' ' M f t WnriiTTfir mrr-i iwtv rarr rtwhi' ur jibliet -, wc n- , . ... .1 f .1 .... t r v. f. '' ' '. ' .l 1: . i BLAIR COUNTY' ART UNION! FonTJScnis rptinrxiox orrwc CXUAViGS. -THE LVfOLU- AUEJIEVT OP THE TXE V (V- ,' f nVTnere U aMdr irfthe flairs of man,, . " Which; takca' fit - the tlood, c 1ua8 tn to fortune,"' Ac - Ail rsons purchasing One Dollar's woilli of K;i;rvi!tg will rcctiva uu:uUtch receipt check, rnutiim; thttn to sliar rue I'jiiowiur: namwj , property, tJ tc iuvuied by the sharclK.J.l !ian-lKldt?r, -mot. thcmlvcs by a CuaaiH to W apiK.mt- ml by the harphoMers, a soon a tll,rve t Luudred do!Ui' vji tb- f tngraviuga nre sold, That-tw tt-rv BRICK DWELLING , .MOLri and" L"t of Ground; with ' " Ftable au4 necessary outbuihlingfl, . Fruit' -tree?,-&cT, fit u.ito' oa Walnut A street IIolHdavsbur,'. now in the'oc- " t rupancy of Wm, N'elit, valuod at jOi) nO L Splendid ltobcwcoJ Tiano, coo 100 K) 76 76 0. 60 CO 100. 100 100 500 270 1 1 1 1 1 a i 10 - x Gold Chronomete...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 23 July 1856

It: hit x:v j X ; ft sit in 1 vA a&&& j0 H 1W in r .... - , - - ,-. . , , - -. , ., . ' ""'ii - - - " ; : ' , ' - r 1 i 1 - s i .... 1 ' - ' 1 ' ' -" -e . THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, UE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIQH AND THE LOW, THE HICH AND THE POOR. - "" jN"EW S1311IES. . ; EBENSBURG j JULY 23, 1856. ': : ! 3Y I : , ; . - ;: : VO 3. KT). 39; ' " ' ' ' . : '' : , . . - . .. . .. ; , . . . -. "' 3 :.. ..-.. :-. . THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria C.J., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, ir paid tv advance, if -not $2 will be charged. -AD VERTIS Ell E NTS will be c onspicuously in serted at the tollowing rates, viz 1 square 3 insertions, Evej-y subsequent insertion, 1 square Z months, 1 " 6 " " 1 ye-ir, ool'a 1 year. $1 00 25 00 J 00 12 00 80 00 16 00 6 00 Insinesa Cards. C""r-TwelVe tine"rc"5TWtl tnte YsquaVe ' TIE WEST MB WMim OF "LOCK IIAVEY, rJSURES Detached Duildintrs, Stores. Mer ehandize...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 23 July 1856

1 11 i " i. l 1." r'. I i i ! r. -Snnnrraf nnb rniinri; :chahd whitb::::::::::::::::::::::henrt c. dbtink VT7IIIE & DEVISE, Editor and Proprietor!. EBETJSBURO. WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::::::::::JULY 3. fOB rRESIDEXT. IMA MAN OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, John o. bri: 1 OF KENTUCKY. .if- Canal Comnilsnloner: GEORGE SCOTT, . " (O? COLUMBIA COUNTY.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., lft . , (OF MOJJTGOMEAY COUNTY.) PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. SENATORIAL. Charles It. Buckalew, Wilson M'CanuSes. DISTRICT. 1. O m e. 4. 5. . 7. 8. 9. 10. U. 12. Geo. W. Nebinger, 13. Abraham Edinger, Tierce Butler, 14. Ileuben Wilber. Edward Wartman, Win. II. Wtttc,. John McNair, Jehu N. Brinton, David Laury, Char'. Kessler, James Patterson, Isaac Slenker, I. Y. Hughes. Tlios. Osterhout, 16. Geo. A. Crawford,. 16. James Black, 17. H. J. Stable, 18. John D. Roddy, 19. Jacob Turnej, . 20. J. A. J. Buchanan, 21. Win. Wilkiua. 22. .las. G. Campbell, 23. T. Cunningham, 24. John Eeatly, 25. Vincent Fhelp. Delega...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 23 July 1856

IIL 9: Stray. Steer. BROKE into tho improved and unclosed land of tha subscriber, in' Allsgheny township, Cambria county, on the 9th day of July, 1856, brown steer," with ft star in his forehead, a white tolly, supposed to be two or three years old, and a spot cn each ear. The owner is desired to come forward, prove property, pay charges and- take him away, otherwise he will be disposed of ac tvrJing to law. ALEXANDER M'MULLIN. July 23, '55. 29 ZL ' AUDITOR'S XOTICE. " r TLIEuadersigned, Auditor appointed by the Or phans' C mrt of Cambria county to report dis tribut,ion of ihe assets in the hands of David H. Koburts, Esq., admr de bonis non cum ttstamento aaaixo of Arthur Murphy, late of Jackson town ship, dee'd-, amongst the creditors of said dece dent, hereby notifies all persons interested in said f ami, that he will attend to the duties of said ap p intmcat, at his office, in Ebensburg, on Satur day, the 23d day of August next, at 1 o'clock, P. M. WM. KITTELL, Auditor. July 23, ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 23 July 1856

BLAIR COUNTY ART UNION! rc n toe nisTRintTio or fixe UKtjRATIXCiS. ' THE EVCOlIt A.OEJ1EJVT OF THE FIXE ,- : U ARTS, &C. ' There is a tide in the affairs of mac, ' Which, taken at the flood, " Leads on to fortune," &c. All' persona purchasing One Dollar's wortli of Jigraviugs will receive a numbered receipt check, entitling them to a share in the f illowing named property, to be divided by the shareholders, unoug themselves, by a Committee to be appoint ed bv the shareholders, as soon as thirty-five hundred dollars' worth of Engravings are sold. PTdiT fof r1) fStj VV" 4J-0!!i J"- C JiuJiii, ii -B That two story CRICK DWELLING HOUSE and IiOt of Ground, with Stable and necessary outbuildings. Fruit trees, Ac, situate on Walnut street, Hollidaysburg, now in the oc cupancy of Wia, Nesbit, valued at 41200 00 1 Splendid R. sewood Piano. 600 i 1 GjH Chronometor WatcU. 1 Gold Lever Watch, I Melodeon J Se tfing M.tchaie 1 Fire Proof Safe, 1 Gentlemen's Watch. 250 ioa 80 ?& 76 :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. — 30 July 1856

UL ( : THE BLESSI1IGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTEXBUTED ALIKE UPON .THE HIGH, AND THE; LOW, THE BICH AND THE POORl . . . - i . , : : i ' - . , - . ..... ., I - 1 ' 5 A".' rr 1 1, J: JTBW-SERiES. Vol:3;ko:'4o; m:m:;.a-' TIIE'DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed" every Wednesday' morning', in Ebeusburg, Cambria Oi., Pi;, at $1 50 per annum, IF faid aDvaxce, if not $2 will b charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz: , 1 ECjuare 3 insertions, . $100 livery subaeijiient insertion, - 25 1 square 3 months, . ? 00- ! :6 00 - vear , 12 00 "ool'a-'-l year, 80 00 . .' : . " ' 15 00 Basinet Cards; . . . ; ' '. 6 00 Orj-Twolve lines couptitute a ?juare. OF LUCK II A VEX, INSURES Detached Buildings, Stures. Mer cliumJizu, Tanji Property, and other Buildings, and their contents. . i i -7, V. f . .!' "i i .:' : - LIEECT0r.3 Hov. Jonw J. Pearce. .Tons B. Hall, (.'iaiilits .V. Matek, HAKLBS CfllST. Hox. O C. -Harvey, T. T. ABTlA...

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. — 30 July 1856

Duunrrnt nnb rntinrl. awjard wqitk::::::::::::::::::::::hket c. drvink WHITE & DEYINE, Editors and Proprietors. EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MOBNIKG:::::::::::::Jl'LY 80. JAMES BUCHANAN. OF PENNSYLVANIA. TOB VICE PRESIDES!, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Canal ComniUslouer: GEORGE SCOTT, (or C0LCMBIA COU.VTT.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., "" (OK MONlGOKiRY CGUN1Y.) w " ' ' "' ' rOH ASftJCbLY. GEORGE N. SMITH. TOR A;S0CIA1K JUDGES, GEORGE W, EASLV. RICHARD JONES. ?OR DISTRICT ATTORT?iY, THEOPHILUS L. HEYER OK COrNTY CCMMISSIOSEX, THOMAS M'CONNELL. ;;rpoR house directors, WILLIAM PALMER. TOR CORONER, PETER DOUGHERTY. . roa couktt survryor, HENRY SCANLAN. COUNTY AUDITORS, DANIEL CODAUGH, 3 Years, EDWARD FARRAN, 2 Years. PRESIDE1TTIAL ELECTORS. SENATORIAL. Charles K. Backalew, Wilson M'Candless. ' DISTRICT. 1. Geo. W. Nebinger. 13. Abraham Edinger, 3. rirc Cutler. 14. Reuben Wilber, J. Edward Wartman, 15. Geo. A. Crawford, 4. Wm. H. Witte, 16. James Black. . Joh& McXair, 17. TI....

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. — 30 July 1856

1l B iixtxi. -Awut.Two iinea named Potta and Goff, one an. Englishman, and" the other an Irishman", metat the Hotel of Mr. Henry FoBter,njohnstowH, . on last Monday even ing, for the purpose of taking a drink, and after they became a little warmed up, they omnrem:ed a ducussion on the subject of pol itics od 'religion, which exasperated hoth parties, and resulted in the death of the latter, Mr. .Potts striking Goff two or three se vere blows on the side of the neck, and break ing the same. " Mr. Goff leaves a wife, and several children to mourn his untimely end A voicb from Wisconsin-. A -correspondent of the Uo.ston Pott; writing from "Wis consin saya: ' . "We arc all alive for Old "Buck in these part There never was a time since the days of the hero, Andrew Jackson, which the Deniocraeywcre so well united as at present. That he will he elected there is no doubt. You may put down Wisconsin at good for ten thousand majority for Buchanan and Breckinridge- TioW on the ball. Nine hundr...

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. — 30 July 1856

Copt P ""fl""r" "O'uimM..,. OOR : ? - '1 :r . BLAIR COUNTY ART UNION! ; roit the ms i ismrnox or fixe ex4Jravim;s. the e.Coer a gem eat ov the hal -:;-.-.-. ART &C. - :.-. " There is a tide in the affairs of man; , Which, taken at the flood, ...'.j.; Leads on to fortune," ire.:.--" - -i i - AU persons purchasing One Dollar's worth of Eugraviugs will receive a numbered receipt cheek, mtitling thein to a share io the f blowing named property, to be divided by the shareholders, among themselves, bya Committee to be appoint ed by the shareholders, as soon as thirty-five liuudred dollars' worth of Eagraviugs are sold. That two .story BRICK DWELLING . HOUSE and Lot of Ground, with -Stable " and necessary outbuildings, Fruit - trees, &c., situate on Walnut i.;roet, Hollidaysburg, now in the oc cupancy of Win, Nesbit, valued at $1200 00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 20 100 10i)0 Oaes Splendid Rosewood llano, SOU Gold Chronometer Watch, .260 Gold Lever Watch, 100 Mclodoon " ' ----- -- f() Sewin...

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. — 6 August 1856

.1 hi o - H " 1 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND TEE POOH. ebensburg; AUGUST 6, issg. VOL. 3. NO. 41. i i ur. NEW 'SERIES.. TIIE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday inoruing, in Ebensburg, 'Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 perAnmmtF paid im adtasck, if not $2 will be charged. fc.DVEUTISEMENTtf will be conspicuously in serted at the iollowing rates, viz : 1 Bquaro 3 insertions, livery subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months 1 6 1 year, "corn 1 year, h " Business Cards, Og-Twelve lines constitute a square $1 oo 00 00 12 00 80 00 15 00 5 00 TIE TOT IffililMiC! 3. or loci, uvt'cx, i-a. ?NSUHES Detached Buildings, Stores. Mcr ...,4.iJiz Kami Procertv. and other Buddings, and their contents. "S TJIHECTOS. IU)S. JOUS J. PKAKCE,!II0.-. G C. IIaIIVET, .loux B. Halt., T. T. Abbams, ?HARI.ES A. MaTEII, CUAKI.B3 UftlST. D. K. Jackma.v, W. White, Tuos. KrrourjT Petew Dickson-, llo.V G. CHAUVKY. ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 August 1856

Dtmorrai an b Iciiiinrl. aichaud wnrrs:: :::::::::::::::iienry c. devixe WHITE & DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors. EBENSBURCL WEDNESDAY 2IORNING:::::::::::::AUG. C. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN. OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOIt VICE F11ES1DENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (OF COLUMBIA COr NTT. ) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., (OF MONTOOMERY COUNTY.) FOR. ASSEMBLY. GEORGE N. SMITH. FOR ASSOCIAIK JUDGES, GEORGE W. EASLY. RICHARD JONES. TOR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, THEOPHILTJS L. HEYER. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, THOMAS M'CONKELL. POOR HOUSE DIRECTORS, WILLIAM PALMER. FOR. CORONER, PETER DOUGHERTY. . FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, HENRY SCANLAN. COUNTY ACDITORS, DANIEL C03AUGH, 3 Years, EDWARD FARRAN, 2 Years. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. SENATORIAL. Charles R. Buckalew, Wilson M'Candless. DISTRICT. 1. Geo. YV. Xebinger, 13. Abraham Edinger, 2. Piere Butler, 14. Reuben Wither, 3. Edward Wartman, 15. Geo. A. Crawford, 4. Wm. II. Witte. lC. James Black, 5. C. Johii 2IeNair, ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 August 1856

UL k1 -!- Sheriff's Sales. BY virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Ex ponas, and Levari Facias issued out of the Court of Common Fleas of Cambria county, and to me directed, there will exposed to sale by puViic outcry, at the Court House in the Borough of Ebenshurg, on Monday the 1st day of Septem ber next at one o'clock 1 M. All the right, title, and interest of George Furrv of, in and to a piece or parcel of land situ ate in Sammerhill township Cambria coui ty, ad joining lands of George Pringle and other.-,,-and on cither side of the Ebeusburg and Jefferson Flank Road, and having thereon ereetc-.l a piarilc ( Barn, n r.v in the occupancy of George Furry, containing fourteen acres. Taken in Execution and to be sold at the suit of llobert Lytic for use of E. Ilolerts. ALSO All the right, title, and interest of 11. M. S. Jackson, of, in and to a tract of land situate iu Washington Township Cambria county adjoining lands of Win. M. Smith, Dunel Farreu 11. 51. S. Jackson and others, c...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 August 1856

"7 ( t . 'J ' i : r f .1 'V.j ...! i lablic Sale of Valuable liopeiy. i THE undersigned will sell at private sale Lis well known property situated in Susquehanna Township, Cambria county, it ioius the farm of Win. Glass, about 1 5 miles from Ebensburg. The Susquehanna and Ebensburg Plank Road, passes through the farm. The follow iugjire the improve inents, a new Saw Hill in good running order 4 Dwelling Houses, the one in which the subscri ber resides is a large building, Laving all the ne cessary conveniences attached a largo Dank Earn, 100 feet long by 40 wide, Grauerie, Sec, 5 Coal Bank within 60 rods of his residence and immediately on the Plank Road 400 acre cf excellent farming land, with a large quantity 4,f P-ii.3 Timber, together with 150 acres of tim ber leave ail the land lays on the Susquehanna river. Persons wishing to examine the property can rail on the subscriber at hi residence. Terms will be made easy to suit purchasers, as he is dt ierrmued to leave for the west. ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 August 1856

r1 UL t It. in -r rv THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTEI3UTED ALIKE XJPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW; THE EICH AND THE PCO MlBSBliGf,;vAUGUSTV13i': 1856. $EW SERIES. VOL. 3. In O. 42; A. . 4 y i NWS ft- .TJil S TQ!i DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednes -lay morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Ta:, at $1 50 per anmira.iV" paid is advixce, if not $2 will be charge!. - J.DVEUTI3EIENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz : "1 jqnarc 3 insertions, Every subsequent insertion, I square- 3 mouths, ' 1 6 " t j year, col'n 1 year, ... ,4 F.usiuess Cards. trJ-Twelve lines constitute :i square Try 3 $1 00 25 L00 5 00 12 00 30 00 15 00 5 00 II 1ST-Mil Illili o r jlc i mjlv iA ":?;;TPwi:-; n.-tvchcd Buu.unzs. Stores, Mer- ch n lir.e. Farm. Ihcpcrty, and other lSuiUin; ! Ihtir contents. DLBECTOItS. JOTIV J. rAH'-L.'IlOK. (i C. IT AT1VEY, Jollf IL II.'.I.L, l". T. AU3AMS, KEW ARRIVAL! HUES! MUM! Bill! HART & BK.0., Avould respe...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 August 1856

fo taks the tesliraoiy of his own father," arid lie read from Mr Clay's letter to show that Mr. Buchanan had conducted himself in that affair as a man cf truth and honor ; he should be lieve what his lather sail before others. Be tides the evidence he had read, there was oth er testimony hearing on the same point. In feeling and eloquent tonm he referred to the heavy weight of tbat charge against his father, and how gallantly and bravely ha hd borne it Thank Clod it died bsforc his father? and now; hc was proud to say, that there lived uot the man who would whisper it. But Mr. Bu fhannn was free from airconcectioa "with the matter. . . " " Mr. CMay 'crcclu Jed wiih an eloquent ap rwnl to Msf.-:ijw-it:2cns. especially old line ChisrH, to giro their cordial support to the Union ticket to Buchanan and Breckinridge. He Fat down ami 1st the most boisterous ap plause. Wc have uever heard a more effec tive speech. Though the third speech erer made by Mr Claj-, and the first ever -deli v tr...

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