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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 August 1856

it Truth in a XuVShelL . , ' lion .-- -Henry Clay, in 1850.. used the fol lowing expressive language, winch cannot be to often repeated and commented upon. Of all the bitterest enemies of the unfor tunate negro, there are none to compare with the Abolitionists, - their ponded friends; -who like the Centaur of old, mount not the back of the horse, but the back of the negro, to ride themselves into p vrer " . " True every word. All that' the leaders of disunion and sectional fanaticism can do for the negro amounts to just thts-no more, no lcs the ?"ti-Slavery question furnishes then with vo'Vaough to get into l5eo By stir riug tJjfi of this great cauldron, the scum of humanity occasionally rises to the surface, and men who, under other ci enmstanecs, could never have crawled out of their native obscurity, are elevated 'mto prominent posi- eitions. Ablitiordsm pays well, too, in other respects It a?T.rd a fat living to an army of drones and unprincipled demagogues, who delight as pub l...

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. — 13 August 1856

" ; : if) t i .;. .5 , -j -l'l i v . t 1 "v j . -.-I. 'r"11 A Human Lire Saved. Powgiac, Mich., Mirch 1 1,' 1S5C. ". A. RHODES, E.: Dear S'.r As I took nir medicine to k? d on consignment, , no cure uo pay," i pleasure in stating its illeots as reported, to me oy three brothers who live in tLis place, and their testUacuy Is a fair specimen of t.1! I have received : - W. S. Cokkltn t..M mo " 1 had taken nine 1 oUlea of Christie's Ague Balsam, and continual ly run down while ruing it until my lungs ami lver wcr Congested to that degree th.it blood fjis-rwged from my mouth and bowels, so that U tbj-.:kt it impossible for me to live through r-cth chill. The doctors to cud ail they coiu.i f -r rv tat thought I nmt die. Notriing u KUy good until 1 fr-t Rhodes' Fever and . Cure which nt once relieved me of the eh Routing elid me Ague '.stress u-ifl nw.-ra at rnv stomach and pain in my bead end bo wets, and produce I a permauent cure iu a short turns" . H. M. 0"n-k:.1n' say : V I liad been ...

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. — 20 August 1856

tr V: i I ir ' if f ' ':' ! )- i ti i I- ri l - n 4" ' ' v 3 J J .1 -' u - . i li . 3U? ... . - . THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEKNMENT, LtKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOTJLD EE DISTTJTED ALIKE TJFON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOS. 'if I 1 ;f JfEW. SERIES. TIIEr DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, "is publish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, -. Cambria Co., Pa;, at 41 50 per annum, ir paid IX advance, if not $2 will bo charged. . -ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in verted at the following rates, viz : ,T . ! "l square 3 insertions, . $1 00 Every subsequent insertion, -1 g-juare 3 moutlu, 1 " 0 " r : 1 year, T . s " ool'a 1 "year, ; . : ' - - -i . .; 9 712 SO 15 00 00 00 00 00 nlnas Cards.. - P0 fvTwelve lines constitute a square. Sheriff's Sale3. T virtuo of sundry writs of Venditioni Ex vn&s. and Levari Facias issued out of the B n ,r n,,mnn VWos of Cambria county, and to ma direte.l, -tbew will exposed to nale by public oat :ry, at the Curt II in the Loroush if Hbouabarg,o: 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. — 20 August 1856

Stmotrnt nnb Itntiiul. :: fixed white: ::hbnrt c. dvik ' YSHITE SSTXKS, Editor and Proprietors. EBENSBURO. WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::::::::::AL'G. 20. TOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN. Or PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECK1N OF KENTUCKY. -Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (O? COLUMBIA COCNTT.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., (OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY.) Surveyor General, JOHN ROWE, (OV FRANKLIN COUNTY) JOB ASSEMBLY. WILLIAM C REAMER. GEORGE N. SHUTH. FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGES, GEORGE W. EASLT. RICHARD JONES. TOR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY", THEOPHILUS L. HEYER. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, THOMAS M'CONNELL. POOR HOUSE DIRECTOR8. WILLIAM PALMER. FOR CORONER, PETER DOUGHERTY. FOR COCSTY SURVEYOR, HENRY SCANLAN. COUNTY ACDITORS, DANIEL COBAUGH, 3 Years, EDWARD FARRAN, 2 Years. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. SENATORIAL. Charlc R. Buckalcw, Wilson M'CanJIes. DISTRICT. 1. Geo. W. Ncbtnger, 13. Abraham Edinger, 2. Pierce Butler, 14. Itcuben Wilber, t. Edward Wartman, 15. Geo. A. Crawford, 4. Win. II. Witte, 16. ...

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. — 20 August 1856

R AT & LBE2S SBURG, AUGUST 20, 1856. -rs 17 c 11 A w A x S&v St anEciSJl..oU. A MASS MEETING OF. THE FRIENDS OF 'jM.iiM&Ji.C:iEraiii. WILL Di: HELD AT KBE XSB URG, ON TUES DAY THE SECOND DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXTT.-TO COMMENCE AT TWO O'CLOCK. P. Mi .'. - Let the unterrified Democracy of Cambria come .up in their iuajsty and Ktrength ; let the OLD LINE WHIGS ' ?r.c?t around a common council fire with their Democratic brethren, and strike a united blow for msammm urn Zj1 sectionalism and '"fanatical Abolitionism e rterr.ly rebuked and the principles oT 6ur fore fathers be tirmly mintaimtd. Freeman of Cambria ! ! 1 1 ALLY with ONE HEART and ONE MIND ;ound your gallant standard bearer and the Sriat national and conservative princiiIes winch th"7 represent. ' '.A number of distinguished gentlemen from oth 'ir partiont of the Stata will be presett and ad dress the'nwting. -..' By crtteref the Committee of Arrangement, .iyensbujg, August 2'"), If 56. " Tlie Red, Wtiltc and -Stiet-....

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. — 20 August 1856

1 - 4 - " ' ' i 1 '14 i .VI f ;: 1 , - t 1 , I I : t if ..' - TV' rygggggT . - . , -AUuman Life Saved.; ' jj Dowagiac, Mich., March 11, 1856. "a. R'AOQE S, Esq. : ' Dear Sir As I took T-j-jr mi lu-? no to sell on consignment,"' no cure M pay," I tike pieas ure in stating its effect as reported to tne ny three brothcis who live in thin place, an A their 'testimony is a fair specimen of U r have received : ' ! ' - ' ' - ,"' : '"W. S. Conklin told: me " I had taken "nine bctt'os of Christie Ague Balsam, and continual ly rc.n dowu while using it until my lungs aud river were Congested to that degree that blood :.chargctl from my mouth , and bowels, so that ill thou ;'..t)t impossible for me to l;ve tarough .tothcr" chill. The due tors to Ad jdi thej cou.d jr rue, b:t thought I mut dip. " Notmug dul me ny g!Kl until I got El.' lever and Ague Cure which at once relieved me of the distress , ... LfnmaHi and rain m my head nd bove!s, and produced a permanent cure in a j hort tii tic" . . . ...

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. — 27 August 1856

JUL 7 ;, f f 5 i . . i.'. r- . if ' ' 4' THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEENMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN. SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOS; ' - J ft -S EBENSBURG, AUGUST 27, 1856. VOL. 3. WO. 44. NEW SERIES. 4 3 i. gg. . ., , ; -- ' . ? ": , . .:. & i THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday -morning, in Ebensburg, ; Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, IF paid TV advaxck, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at tbe following ratesviz: square 3 insertions, ' $1 00 very subsequent insertion, 25 1 square 3 months. 00 00 00 00 00 00 6 SO 15 5 i year, 1 vear. jol'n fciisl slnc3S Card. fcrj-Twelve lines constitute a square. Sheriff's Sales. Y virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Ex Donas, and Levari Facias issued out of the B Court of Common Pleas of Cambria county, and to me directed, there will be exposed to sol"; by public outcry, at the Court House iu the Borough f Ebensburg, ou Mmday the 1st...

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. — 27 August 1856

Htmarrut a n tr 5rn1in?I. itCHittD whit:.::::: :::bkXky c. dkyixi . WHITX & LEVT3T2, Editors aad Proprietors. " ' E3E1YSBUHG. WEDNESDAY M0RNlXG:::::u::::::AUO. 27. . ' ' FOR PBEill'CXT. JAMES BUCHANAN, 01' PENNSYLVANIA. oa vice rntwincsT, JOHN C, MIIillDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (or COLUMBIA. COUNTY.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., (Of MONTOOBXERY COUNTY.) Surveyor General, JOHN RO WE, (Or FRANKLIN COCNTt) rOIt ASSEMBLY. WILLIAM C- REAMElt, GEORGE N. SMITH. FOR ASSOCIA1E JUDCE3, GEORGE W. EASLY, RICHARD JOWES, Jr. FOR prothon-otaut, JOSEPH IiI 'DONALD. FOU PI5TR.ICT ATTORNEY, THEOPHILUS L. HEYER. FOR COUNTY CCilMISSIONBX, THOMAS K'CONNELL. poor house mulctou?, WILLIAM PALMER. FOR CORONER, PETER DOUGHERTY. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, HENRY SCANLAN. COUNTr ACEITOR3, DANIEL COBAUGH, 3 Years, EDWARD FARRAN, 2 Years. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. SEXATOr.IAL. GLa.rU R. BucUlew, Wilson M'Canalees. DISTRICT. J. Geo. W. Ntbinger, 13. Abraham EJinger, 2. Pierce Butler, 14. R...

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. — 27 August 1856

THE FLAG OF OUR UNION. A soug for our Banner, the watchword recall Which gwe the Republic her station ; United we stand, divided we fall, It made and preserved tis a nation. The union of lakes, the union of lands. The Union of States none can sever ; The union of hearts, the uuion of handi 2ud the flag of our Union forever ! And ever and ever The flag of our Union fru vcr I "What God in Lis vis.Ioft Mid mercy iV.sigr.el, And armi with his weapons of thuuder, Not all the earth's despots mid factions combined. Have the pow-er'to conquer or sunder. JAMES BUCHANAN OX TIIK KNOW NOTHING QUESTION. ' On the 7th day of October, 1852, James !3uchanan delivered a Fpeceb in Grcensburg, Weilujorcldud county, Pa., ia advocacy of tho Democratic cause. In that speech he 'Ihvx eloquently alluded to the anti-American rprinciplos of thoso who would persecute the "foreign born citieen on account of Lis birth -or difiereuco of religious views. We call ths ''especial attention of .he friends of civil and...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 August 1856

ji .x . -i a ilnmun Life Saved. Dow aoiao. Mich., March 11, 185G. " J. A. RHODES, Eso,.: Dear Sir As I took" yuur medicine to sell on consignment, uo euro no pay," 1 t ike pleasure iu stating its effects as reported to me oy three brothers who live iu this place, and their testimony is a fair specimen of ll I haw rect i veil : W. S. CoNklix toll me ' I had t.-.ken nin bottles of Christie's Ague li.iKun, anJ continual ly ran Jowu while using it uutil my lungs and liver were tn sied to thut degree that blood discharged from my mouth aud bowels, so that ail thought it impossible for me to live through another chill. The doctors to did nil they cou.'d for me, but thought I must die. Not-ning did nie auy good until I got Rhodes' Few and Ague Cure which at once relieved me of the distress :id n.iuscu at my stomach and pain in my licad n J bowels, and pro J need a permanent cure in a thort time.' il. M. Coxki.is snys : " I had leen been ta king medicine of as good a doctor as we have ;n ur...

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. — 3 September 1856

"w-3 i. Is 2 : THE BLESSINGS OF G0VERK2EENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AND THE POOR. KEW SERIES. , EBENSBURG, : SEPTEMBER'; 3, 1856. VOL. 3. NO'. 45. w fr in V : ' - t ' ' tflli DEMOCRAT ec SENTINEL, is publish ed evstrV Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, ' Ci:nlrU IV. j at $1 50 per annum, IK paid ' jiiVA'vcr, if not $2 will be charged. D V Ji 1 1 T I .S K M ri NT j will be conspicuously in- rta l at the following rates, viz 1 iiuar insertion, . . -- - -KrVry'si-'equent insertion, x aquaro months,. ..' .. v v o- " - ' ; . . ''" fm-r 1 year, '. 1 00 .25 00 ' V00' 12 00 0 00 15 00 5 00' ijauiuoss Cnrd. fc-lVelve lines ttitiite a M.nar. NEW ARRIVAL ! IWm 6MH1IB! 77 HAKT & EltO., would respectfully inform their old customers as well as many new ores that they have received a large quantity of Gro ceries, which for quality and cheapness cannot be excelled ly any .similar establishment wert of the Allegheny mountains. We ar...

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. — 3 September 1856

Dtmorrai anb Itniitul. iosard white:::: ::::::::::::::hknbt c. dkvink WHITE & DEVIHE, Editors and Proprietors. EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::::::::::SEIT. 3. TOR PRESIDENT. JAMES BUCHANAN. OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (OF COLUMBIA COUNTY.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., (of Montgomery county.) Surveyor General, JOHN ROWE, (of franklin county) Township Meetings. The Democrats of Cambria county will meet in their several townships for the purpose of holding Democratic meetings as follows: Richland Township at Scalp Level, on Saturday, September Gth, in the afternoon. Sumtnitville Borough on Saturday after noon, Sept. 6th, where there will also be a hickory pole raised. Washington Township at ITemlock, on Saturday, Sept. 13, at 3 o'clock P. 31., where there will also be a pole raising. Carroll Township at the village of Carrol ton, on Wednesday, Sept 17th, at 3 o'clock P. M Susquehanna Township at the...

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. — 3 September 1856

Brmocrnt & Irntinrl. "WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1856. FOR ASSEMBLY. WILLIAM C. REAMER. GEORGE N. SMITH. OR ASSOCIA1E JUDGES, GEORGE W. EASLY. RICHARD JONES. Jr. FOR PR.0TU0X0TARY, Joseph m'dowald. TOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, TTHEOPHILUS l. HEYER. FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER, THOMAS lYI'CONNELL. pooa house dikkctoi VILLIAM PALMER. FOR CORONER, PETER DOUGHERTY. IOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, HENRY SCANLAN. COUNTY ACDITOHS, DANIEL COBAUGH, 3 Years, EDWARD FARRAN, 2 Years. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY MEETING. HI CIIA.XAN- Si. BUECK1SRIDGK. A large and enthusiastic meeting of tLe De mocracy of Cambria county was held at. Eb ensburg, on Tuesday the 2d iust., which fol lowed up as it will be by meetings iu the sev eral townships in the county, may be taken as atroag evideuce of the determination of the frosty sous of thunder, to do their duty at !h ensuing elections in October and Novem ber. The people assembled in a lot of Judge Noon's, on Julian street. Here a stand was erected, upon which the officers took their iiU ...

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. — 3 September 1856

.'.y;!M . 'ji'l if H .1-1 ,-' . ' t : i . ; i .-.I .4 - I I: ..a A Human Life Saved. Dow auiac, Mich,, March 11, 1856. 'J. A." RHODES, Eq.,- Dear Sir As I took Tour medicine to ncilu eoumguiueut, ' no cure im pur," 1 tk pleasure in stating iti illlcts us repotted to nie by three brothers who live iu this aew, and their , testimony is a fair specimen of all I bar received : W. S. Coxklis told me " I had taken nhio bottles of Christie' Ague Balsam, and eontumal 1 ma down while using it until my Jungs and aver were Congested to that degree that blood ijharged from iny moutn and bowel, so that all thought it impossible for me to lira through aaother chill. The doctors to did all they could fvr tne, but though I must die. Notnicg did me any food until I got Ehode' Fever and Ague Cure which at once relieved rue of the distress aad aausea at" my stomach and pain iu my head aad bovels. aud'produced a permanent cure in a short time." H. 11. Cosxltx says : "I Lad been been ta king medicine ef...

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. — 10 September 1856

UL i -; :. t THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEENMFLIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOS. EBENSBURG, SEPTEMBER 10, 1856. VOL. 3. NO. 46, NEW SERIES. ..:4.. .1 ....... . J. . III7 . . jLl. : r--T 1 ' - ' r : . r R NOTICE, TO THE STOCK HOLDERS OF THE JEFFER SON S( EBENSBURG PLANK ROAD Co; You are hereby notified to meat at the Cambria House, in Jefferson, on Saturday the !20th day of September next, at 10 o'clock, A. M- A general attendance is requested. The propriety of in creasing the tolls will be con-iiJercc!, and other business of importance. By order of tho Board of Directors. Win. R. HUGHES, Sec'y. Aug. 25, 1856. School Teachers Wanted. . The School Directors of Carroll township will hold an examination of School Teachers in the village of Carroll town ou the 23d if September. Sa!arv for teachers $25,00 per month. . 4 JOSEPH BECHE,Sec'ry. Sq.i. 3, 1850-St - - . School Teachers Wanted. The School Directors of Susquehanna town sh...

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. — 10 September 1856

09 Dtmofrat nnii frnlinrl. icuard vniTK:::::::::::n :hkxuv c. devixe WHITE & DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors. ' EBEWSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::::::::SEPT. 10. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN. OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOK VICE J'UESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (OF COLUMBIA C0CXTY.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., (OF .MONTGOMERY COUNTY.) Surveyor fcneral, JOHN ROWE, (of franklin cointy) CONGRESS, C. If FERSIIIXG. OF CAMBRIA CCCNTY. STATB SENATE, JOIIX CIIESSTFEI..L,, Jr., OF T.LAIR COUNTY. 10R ASSEMBLY. WILLIAM C REAMER, GEORGE N. SMITH. 10R ASSOCIATE JUDGES, GEORGE V. EASLY. RICHARD JONES, Jr. FOR rROTIlONOTARY, JOSEPH M'DOWALD. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, THEOPHILUS L. HEYER. FOR COUNTY CCMMISSIONEX, THOIilAS BI'CONNELL. TOOlt HOUSE DIRECTOR WILLIAM PALMER. FOR CORONER, PETER DOUGHERTY. " FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, HENRY SCANLAN. COUNTY AUDITORS, DANIEL COBAUGHj 3 Years, EDWARD FARRAN, 2 ears. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TICKET- ELECTORS AT LA KGB. Charles...

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. — 10 September 1856

PENNSYLVANIA AND MR. 15UCIIAN- an; From the Washington Union. Every element that can l? brought to leaf upon a popular election has been introduced into Pennsylvania to defeat Mr IJuciaran. liis adversaries dread his influence and power at hid home, and they have assailed it with tho resolution of desperation. But it will be a Lopcless, bootless crusade. In tho first place,' Pennsylvania is Deuiocaatic in ail her schooling,-convictions, interests, and inclinations. It is her political creed through the plighted faith of generations. Secondly. Mr. Eu 'chanan has been in the service of the State since he was a very young man. frith the ex ception of intervals when he was in the ser vice of the general government, in compli ment to Pennsylvania, nd for the interest of the country. This endorsement of his State was through several popular elections, and y the Legislature of the Commonwealth. Thirdly, Pennsylvania is proud of the purity of hU character, the lofty range of his mind, tlrt ...

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. — 10 September 1856

LOUIS LUCKKARDT VATCII 31.IILLIS, AXDDUiliUK I Mil, WATSHES AEB JIMII rnHE undersigned respectfully - ri citizens ol Johnstown and vicinity 17" that lie fiaa just received Ami is noWsssi opening the largest stuck of Clocks, Watches awl Jcictiry, ever brought to Johntown, vrithoat ex ception, which will bo so!il cheaper than tLc c'uexpest." Hid prices will aluuij be uniform One customer will nut be charged more for the same quality of goods than another. A List of s ino of the articles comprised in the nssorti ieut is annexed. Price may bo ascertouod, sir good examined, at tho Store on Main Stuot Gold Hnuting English Levers, Gold Detached Levers, full jewelled. Gold Lepines. 4 holes Silver E.iglish Lovers, Silver Detached Levers, Silver Lepines, Gold Guard Chains. Gold Vest Chains. Gold Pencils, with Tens G..id Pencils, Gold Medallions, Silver Extension Pencils and Vint, Gold Breastpins, Ladies and Gentlemen, Gold Eardrons. Gold Karrinr.'s. i r Gold Finger Rings, Gold Cuff Tins, Gold...

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. — 17 September 1856

u 1 ' f '-:, ' If - ""v. ' ' 1 ' ' ' v v-. r I., e : - 1 4- S7 1V a;. r,, 1 ' ' THIS BLESSni dstirtSOTTSOTlSNT, LXEE THS DES OF HEAYEII, SHOTJLD BE DISTRIBUTED "ALlSE UPOII THE. HIGH AND THE I0W, THE-iSeI AND THE.P00B: ; EBENSBURG", SEPTEMBER 17, 185S. ; ; .. VOL. 3. 0.;47. NEW: SERIES. f: : :M:M Mm , tf. r Vilify , .?T- '-... . : . : i 3WJ j'jpirinmrariTj-iMeR.-yva8 I "tllli DEMOCRAT SENTINEL, is publish---ed e very AV'ednc.-iday morning, in Ebtinburg, t ...Cambria- Co,, "Pa;, at $1 50 perannum.iF paid ii advance, if not $2 will bo charged. "DVEUTISEMKXTS will be conspicuously ia- serteJ at the following rates, viz:. ""I square's insertions, 'K very subsequent insertion, -- '1 square 3 months, . :1 " 6 " " 1 year, col 'a 1 year, I . . I : ... - Business Card. . : s - ' $1 00 25 00 00 12 00 30 00 13 00 5 00 ("j-Twelve lines constitute rsiiure. . . , XOTICtt, - ' " TO THE STOCK. HOLDERS OF TUE .ILTTER ; ; SON fl- EBEXSBUBG FLANK LOAD Co ; Yuu are hereby uotifleJ to met. t At the Camb...

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. — 17 September 1856

Dnnorrnt nn b frniinrl ticiiiKD whits::::::::::: :nKXBT C. DKYIN'B ! WHITE fc DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors ' ebewsburgT WEDNESDAY MORNIXG:::::::::::SKPT. 17 lUR PRESIDENT, JAUB8 BDCnANAN. OF PENNSYLVANIA. i-ort vice ritesim-NT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE OK KENTUCKY Canal Commissioner: GEORGE SCOTT, (or COLUMBIA COCXTT.) Auditor General: JACOB FRY, JR., (OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY.) Surveyor General, JOHN RO WE, (of franklin county) CO.NGRZSS, I lUllSSIICi. OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. E r ATE SKNATH. JTU1IX CUCSSWELL, Jr., OP BLAIR COUNTY. 0R ASSEMBLY. WILLIAM C REAMER. GEORGE N. SMITH. VOR ASS0CIA1E JUDGES, GEORGE W. EASLY. RICHARD JOKES, Jr. TOR. l'ROTUONOTARY, JOSEPH M'DONALD. TOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, THEOPHILUS L. HEYER. FOR COI XTY CCMMISSIONF.lt, THOMAS M'CONWELL. I'OOR HOUSE DIRECTOI WILLIAM PALMER. Y0R C0U0NER, PETER DOUGHERTY. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, HENRY SCAKLAW. COUNTY ACDIT0RS, DANIEL COBAUGH, 3 Years, EDWARD FARRAN, 2 Vears. i DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TICKET- ELECTORS AT LAKGB. Charles R.Buckalc...

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