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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 October 1856

u V u W o - - - . - : ' ' . - , ... From, the Pnns)lvaman. JAMIE THE TRUE. AIR "Rcsix ths Bow." Come all ye staunch friends of tl:e Union, Bold Whigs Rod brave Democrats, too ; O.-mo join ail your forces together, And rally for Jamie the true, cnoncs : And rally for Jamie ti e true; - And rally for Jamie the true ; Come join all your forces together. And rally fur Jamie the true. Let Fillmore anJ Fremont assemble In thousand their boisterous crew What care we? The numbers ar greater Hat go it fur Jamie the true. Chorus Then go it; Ac. For Us is the National Party " Old friends and old eneruies. too, Ve know Les tho hops of the nation. Are yoing it for Jemie the true. Chvrui Are going it. &c 1'Li U or. ward, brave men to iL battle! It nesds hut an effort or two. And the traitorous factions wiil vanish From the path of cur Jamie the true. Corns Fiona the path, Ac. E-vrr. To the People of Pennsylvania. r.i T.0W-C1TIZKNS : The Democ atic Sta'.e V.mtrA Committer of PonnsylYaida Ctmff...

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. — 22 October 1856

.1 1 :';: la: 7: -It HA - - .,' "J 0 m if: ft . i m . .1 ; t 1 ; s . 1 . .. ,il I V r. X i . ' ' y- -i t ii ' ' i i "7 y - JL ! 1 l.l.ijat-'"bHi p. VAftthAX. AT TOR X E Y S AT LA IF, OFFICE No. 2, "Colonnade Rott," near the Court House. Dgren ler 7. '54 ly . ' . ;i:oit;i: a. i:i;ed, AtVrcfly at Law, Ebensburg, Fa "riLL practice in the several Quirts of Cam f bvi.t, Indiana, and Westmoreland counties 0"f:e iu the Centre st.. adjvuiiing Gn. McDon ald's dwelling. Jan.. 15. 180 1 . ly. -- - tiiTis i ii:rsi5im;. Attorney at Lsw, Jchnttoisn. P. OFFICE on Clinton Street, in the Second Sto ry of Good S? Pershing's Store Room. January 30. 1851 ly. ' a ii UAH a 3i Attorney at Lrw Joh&stawu ' o FFICK on Clinton Street, a few d jora north of tlic corner of Main and Clinton. April 1!3, 1S23. r. i. mmou-mi:, Ju tice of tho Peace, foot of Plane No 4, A. f. e. 2t. "T7"ILL. Attid rtanit'y to all col!ertion8 en- trusted to Vis cjtre. Odloe, adjoining tht VtO:ke, July 1S52. Dr. Geo. 15. Kelly, OFF...

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. — 29 October 1856

El -IL.- -J ' r is b; THE BLESSINGS OP GOVE312JMEXT, USE THE DEWS OP HEAVES, SHOULD BE DISTSIB'OIED ALIKE UPON THE ETGH AND THE LOW, THE PJCH AND THE POOR. Jr. 'r - ' ! . r-fBWj'SBRIEi EBESBURG, OCTOBER 29, 1856. VOL. 4. NO. 1. 1 . t vn to Tlln DEMOCRAT & SSTINEL, is publish d every WedaesJay morutJig, in Ebousburg, t. CSvmbri Co., -Pa;,' at $1 50 per annura, if ?aiv i advasck. if not .$2 will bo charged. ADVEIiri3EMENTTS will bci cvjspiouously in- - ?crted art tie toa -nng rates, viz - 1 square 3 insertions, i Every subsequent iiwcrlion, 3 square S months,' . 1 " 6 " " " 1 year, , . . " it : i - - - $1 00 - 25 3 00 00 12 00 30 CO 15 00 ., tcTwe!v line ertTit!ttrt'ff-a fqnrff" ' " God Sav9 the Commonwealth. Proclamation ol" rrertiltwtlal i:itcii'. rmsuant to an act of Curcs of the Unitt-1 f;.t 1 'JOHN KOBEIiTS. llij:h ShtTif of the C-iHty of Ctiubri, in tiio State of IVnn 1 .ania, dj hereby make known aud givt notice to the riihf;od V.-t'-rs of tht count v af jrcsaM, that a iKNl...

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. — 29 October 1856

Unnorrnf nnb rniiiul. hotard wiiitk::: "HKNRT O. OSVINE WHITE & DEVINE, Eaitors and Proprietor!. EBEKSSURG. W i: D X l'-SI)AYMOKK I NG : :::::::( CT. 0. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN. OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE rnKSIDENT, JOHN C. BREGKINRIDGB OF KENTUCKY. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TICIIET. ELECTORS AT LARGE. Charles R. Buckalew. ViiU -n McCand'ess. District. District. 1t fieoW. Nebincrcr l.Tth Abra'm Eihnger ,lPierce Bitler 1 1th Uoul.cn Will.tr 8d Kdw. Wartman 10th Goo A. Crawford 4th Win. II. Witte 10th James li'.ark 5th John McNair 17th Henry J. Suhlc Oth John II. IVir.ton 18th John I). lUldy 7tj, D.ivM Laury 10th Jacob Turney oi.-. p..,. u'..ob1.w 9. "it1 J. A . J. Buchanan Oill w . . . . -. - t)t' las. Patterson 2l-t Wai. WJkins lOtii Isaac ShnVer 221 Ja. G. CimpW.l Hth V. W. Hughes 201 Thos Cunningham 12th Thos. O.torhaut 24th l-h:i Keatley 2 th District Yineeit Phelps. v ANTED Beef, pork, corn, buckwheat, Jj oats, tfc, for subscription and advertisc ing to the "Democrat & S...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 29 October 1856

Fremont . not Eligible to the Presidential Office. It seenv? by the following article from the New York Express, that there exists a strong probability that Fremont was not Lorn in tho United States, and, therefore, is not constitu tionally eligible to the Presidency. We in vite attention to the article ia the Express, which says: WnERK Fuemoxt was Lonx. Yv e need not beg pardon of the public for freely discussing where Eremont was born, because under tho Constitution of the United States, a man must be bom here, in these United States or have been here when the Constitution was adopted, in order to be its President. Hence, if, as alleged, and as believed by many, and as cir cumstances iudicatc. the French father of Col. Fremont took the mother of Col. Fremont out of th United States, with the intent to live abroad, the son bom abroad is Constitution ally disfpiallifed for being President. wThe Urography of Mr Digelow, (editor of tho Evening Post) the inspiration, doubt less of Frem...

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. — 29 October 1856

4 : ; :i ':ia ' ' ; i .1 1 - '- i . . . i M. D, MArr.AK. c. i y.inr.AV AT TO U N E Y H AT LA Wt Ubruilturg, Pa. FFICE No. 2, "Uoloiii.julo Uow," uear me V Court House Decern I r 7 -lr UEOIIGE 31. II ECO. ' Attornty at Lw, Ebensburg, Fa. T-writ T. rif?:..-e in the several Courts of Cam- ? 1 hria Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. OiT.ce in the Outre tt., adjounr aid's dwelling. Jan. 15. 161. I y.- - Gen. MoDou- cims jl. -r,;tssaE:, Attorney at Law. Johuato- Fa. FFICE on Clinton Street, m the Second Sto--y of Good Pershing's Store Room. O January 30. 18jl ly- ARS:AI5AI ILOI'XXISf, Attorney at Lrw JoLnstowa o FFICE on Clinton Street, a few doors north vf the corner ot ilain and Clinton. April 23, 162S. Justies ef the Peate, foot of ?lno I7o 4, A. V It. WILL attend promptly to all collection;; en trusted to LL care. Office-, adjoining the lVst Office, July 23, 1862. - Dr. Ceo. 15. lielly, O FIBERS lus professional services to the citi zens of Jefferson and vicinity, in the prac tice of...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 5 November 1856

JUL I? 4K i ' i ? i ' ' 4 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTSIBTJTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. SBBENSBURG, NOVEMBER 5, 1856. VOL. 4. NO." 2. sew seeie: 1. f5 -Wf w THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed every Wednesday morning,. in Ebensburg, 'Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 perannum.iF paid advance, if n..t $2 will be charged. i'vDVEUTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in setted at tuc toliowing rates, u. 1 square S insertions, "Every subsequent insertion, 1 ecmarc 3 months, T : ti " $1 oo 25 3 00 5 00 12 00 30 00 15 00 6 00 1 year, 1 year, ' col'n ."Business Cards, :' t ' i3-Tvclve lines constitute a square. OUl'BIAXS' COIUT S4LK ixw V 1 I .IT 1U.TC if K A L liST. VilV. Y virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court a r (i,n.,.nfv rf fimbria the undersigned will expose t i public sale at the house ot byives ter Weakland, at Chess Springs, in Clearfield Tp. Cambria count v, on SATURDAY THE 8TH DAY OF NOVEMBER next, at on o'cloc...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 5 November 1856

Utmorraf nnb rnfinrl. 3icniRD WHiTB::::::::::::::::::::::HKNRy c. devin'k WHITE & DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING:::: V"?ANTED Beef, pork, corn, buckwheat jy eats, C-c, for subscription aud advertis ing to the Democrat & Sentinel. ' Principles are Eternal." The result of the great strucglc for the Pres idency throughout the Union, on last Tues day, affords overwhelming and convincing proof alike of the stability of the Union and the Democratic party, when the men who ral lied under the banner of Black Republicans shall have disappeared forever from the thea tre of life, and the dangerous and pernicious principles and objects of their party be remem Lercd only as a "schoolboys tale, the wonder of an hour." the democratic party will still sur vive, full of its original spirit, because its principles ar2 eternal, and can know no vari ableness or shadow of change. The election of James Buchanan while it secures the ascendancy of the only national party in 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. — 5 November 1856

t V f , GOV. GEARY'S LETTER The following letter was received by the Secretary of State on Wednesday last : Executive Department, Lceompton, K. T., Oct 10 1350. j . Sirs Your letter of the 23d ultimo, in reply to' mine of the 9th, and your telegraphic despatch of the 27th ultimo, in reply to my letter of the 15th, were both received on the evening of the 8th instant. Despatches forwarded since the dates of those acknowledged, have informed you that peace and quiet have been restored to the Ter ritory. Not only have all large bodies of armed men been dispersed, but the smaller bands of marauders have been driven off. The roads are all traveled with safety, and dwellings are secure from intrusion For up wards of two weeks no outrages have been authentically reported. Many notorious and troublesome agitators, claiming to belong to all parties, have left the Territory, and the benificent influence of their absence is being already very sensibly felt. The troops Bent to the north have no...

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. — 5 November 1856

' ". '-" .. .1 v - -; . "nr. .5 1'.' t r. D. 51 AG ED AJf. C I. IIURKAY. MAGS SAW & KTJXBAY, AT TO R X E Y S A T L. A W, o FFICENo. 2, "Colonnade How," near the Couit House. Uwnnler 7, '54 ly GCORGB M. REED, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. WILL practice in the several Court3 of Cam bria, Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. Office in the Centre st., adjoining (Jen. McDon ald's dwelling. Jan.K, ltj51j ly- CYKIJS 1. I'KUSIilA'C, tfrmATT at T.fiw. Jnh Tt Kt.nP Hi Pft. o ITTCE on Clinton Street, in the Second bto rv of Good & Pershhur's Store Room. January 30, 1851 ly- AUItAII.OI liOl'ELn, Attorney at Lp.w Johnstown OFFICE on Clinton Street, a few doors north of the corner of Main and Clinton. April 23, 1823. F.9I.GEOKGR, Justice- of the Peace, foot of Plane No 4, A. P. A. K. "V5 "ILL attend promptly to all collections en- trusted to his care. Ollice, adjoining the Post ( Ulice, July 28, 1S52. " ir. Geo. 15. Kelly, OFFERS his professional services to the citi zens of Jefferson an...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 12 November 1856

JUL VxX... Mr t ; . THE BLESSINGS OF GOYESNMEKT, LIKE THE DE7S OF HEAVElf, SHOTILD BE DI3TEI3TJTED ALIEE XJPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. n t EBENSBTJRG, NOVEMBER 12, 1858. VOL. 4. NO. 3. NEW SERIES. 1 m a m THIE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish el every Wednesday morning, iu Ebensburg, Cambria Co., IV;, at l 50 per annum,' IF vaiv in ADVAScn. if not 2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in- serte.l at toe loi.owui raics, 1 square 3 insertions, Every subsequent insertion, "1 8'ii;ro 3 months, 1 C " " 1-year, r ' col'n 1. year, ; . Business Cards. 0r Twel ve linos constitute a square p-mb nil wow1'""" J $1 00 25 1 00 i 00 12 00 SO 00 15 U0 , 5 CO n5 rnrilT siC.31 or VALUABLE TIT" AT IHS'I'A'IL" Y virtue ut an order ff the Orphan's Court i r" t !). r.m:it v of Cuubria, the undersigned w;d expose tp--ihiio sale at the house it Jsytces ter Weaklaud, at Ciies Springs, i;i CiearfkU Tp. Cambria eouatv, on SATURDAY-TIIE STH DAY OF NOVEMBER ii-xt, at on...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 12 November 1856

Straorrnt. nub Ifriiinr-L aiCTUitn wmriK::::::::";:::::::WEyKT pkvixe WHITE Sc DEVINE, Editors and Proprietors. , EBENSBURG. Wi:UNi:SDAY MORNING:::::::::::::NOV. 12. ' The " Standard ". and Oalohan.' -Calohan's toady is out this week in an arti cle evidently intended to demolish things gen- -crally. It must have Leon gotten up under the inspiration of at least two $5 bills. The article is not remarkable for vigor or talent. The writer seems to have been embarrassed by the waning fortunes of his hero, and docs not produce an effective defence of him ; but as something had to be said for the money, he has attcuiptcd to divert public attention From Oalohan by getting up a personal- controversy . with one of the conductors of this journal. This arrangement will not take. Public attention has been too well aroused to Calo- : ban. lie can r.ot slip through during the noise and confusion" attendant upon a per sonal fight. Whether the article was written by the cargo inspector at Hollidaysb...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 12 November 1856

XT.' IUkger op "'"iVsAJiixb Hoors is a High yIND ii-Doririg the wind on Saturday aftcr V1600, arid while the dust was circulating so tliicli lbat';na ono could see more than the length' of an eyelash ia front, a lady, dressed in the most elegant style, in coming round one of the corners-was lifted off her feet by the force of the wind acting on the great expanse of surface which she presented to it I be Vmd unfortunately did not scX her donn n the umcf condition she was before being taken 'up, but turning her gently on one side, m laid Jier endwiso on the sidewalk, whereshe com--uienced a scries of astonishing gyrations, and running over and over oo the hoops of the "skirts, and oxhibitiug a species of locomotion which 19 not yet -generally eppreeiated, and which may come into fashion with high winds and large 'Circlets of 'light material. As the lady thus rolled over and over, several per sons were knocked down and passed over by "the lady and the hooos, without ever knowing that 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. — 12 November 1856

-. I; , I hi' ' v' -I r1 . I 11 I A . ( . ; ' : i ; . ' t ' '; 4 4 c M. D. AG IB AS'."' """ "'"' C. P. MCr.RAT MAGE SAN & KTJBKAY, AT TO R X E Y S A T L A IF", Elienburg Pa. OFFICE No. 2, "(Jolouuade Row," near the Court 1I( r.se. December 7. '5 I 1 y " Jioiici iJ. ri-:ei. Attorney at law, Ebeufburg, Pa. ""STII.L practice in the several - Gmrts of Cam T V bria, Indiana, ami Westmoreland comities. Office in the Centre et.. adjoining (ten. McDin h!J's dwelling. Jan'. 15. 13.' 1 1y- Attoraey at Law, Jotinslow- Pa. OFFICE oii Clinton Street, in the Second Sto ry of Good A- Pershing's Store Room. January 80. 1S51 ly. . ' ABRAHAM Ii.OiE.IX, Attorup.7 at L?w Johnstcara o VTTTCE on CTaitou Street, a few doors north of the corner of Main and Clinton. A I Til 21. Justice oi tie Peace, foot of Plane Ho 4, A. P. U.S. WILL attend promptly to all collections en trusted to Lis care. 0icc, adjoining the Port Oiriee, July 1352. ." Dr. Geo. 13. liclly, OFFERS his professional services to the citi...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 November 1856

AT. - it i ' "jiLESSDlGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTWBTJTED ALIKE TJPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. NEW SERIES. ! Tr-. TrfrTk TT7 TTIIIi DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish od every "Wednesday, morninjr, in Ebensburg, . Cambria Co., Pa-at tl .50 perumum, IF PAID 'in advakck. if not $2 will be charged. -V-l) V EUT IS KM E NTS will be conspicuously in- scrteu at me loitowur.g rates, m. 1 square o Insertions, Every subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months, 1 " 6 " J year, " " col'n 1 year, " " Business Ct'Tfls, $1 00 25 00 00 12 00 oO 00 15 00 5 00 1 (Jrj-T'.vel ve i ife s constitute a square. 'j M ,, ,,, "i Ml --1 Oil l I IS 4 S ScJrt 3 HT S A EE OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE. TjTY virtno Of an order of the Orphan's Court M3 of the county of Cambria the undersigned ill expose to public sale at the house of Sylves ter Weakland, at Che.ss Springs, in Ciearlkll Tp. Cambria county, on . SATURDAY THE 8TII DAY OF NOVEMBER next, at oai o'clock in the afte...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 November 1856

Utmorrnt nnb frntinrl. sichard wiiitk::::::::::"::::!:::::hexrt o. devixb WHITE & DEVTNE, Editors and Proprietors. EBENSBORG. WEDNESDAY MORKlKG:::::::::::::KCV. 19. PLANTED Beef, pork, corn, buckwheat $j oats, cf-c, for subscription and advertis ing to the Democrat & Sentinel. Peripatetic Ballot Box. It is not very long since public curiosity was excited by the discovery of the California Ballot Box Attention was attracted by the accounts of its ingenious construction, and its extraordinary capacity to elect anybody, des pite of the popular will. At the time of its discovery, it was considered to be the ne jJtts ultra of electioneering devices. We are hap py to inform the natives that it has been bea ten several spots, in a rural district in Cam bria county. A few plain, unsophisticated rustics in Richland township have thrown the California box, and all ether boxes far into tho shade. They have invented the Peripa tetic ballot, box, which w&.s applied with sur prising e...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 November 1856

PllESENT FASHION. Bonnets on the shoulders. Nose up to the sky ; 13oth hands full of flounces ; liaised a la Shang high ; Under skirts bespattered, Looking amazing neat ; All your silks get watered," Swagring down the street ! To Mark Tomato Wine. Take small ripe tomatoes, pick off the steins, put them into a basket or tub wash clean, then mash well, and strain through a linen rag, (a bush el will make five gallons pure,) then add two and a half to three pounds of brown sugar to each gallon, then put into a cask and ferment, and Gno as for raspberry wine. If two gal lons of water be added to each bushel of to matoes the wine will be as good. AnnESTKO for Illegal Voting -The Rev trend John Kirk voted in Ohio on the 14th of last month, and concluling there was great er need of his vote in Pennsylvania on the 4th instant he skulked into Worth township, in this county, and voted for John C. Fremont The next day a warrant was issued for his ar rest, and he tas taken and is now under bail...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 November 1856

Mr 1- M Si-!, . ' i -I !( ti :i ... . - r 1 ! - f. n t t' V ' M ! , II V ; j - . '4 "i ,1 . ! .-I . ; r i ...-..( 5 D. MAC1EHAX C I. MIT.EAV MAGX'ffAN MTJSEAY, AT TO K ArJZ Y S A T LA IT, Ebtnbnrg, Pa. o FFICE No. 2, " Colonnade Row," ner.T the Court House. December 7, '5 1 1 v csiioiigk m. ih:s:i. Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. WILL practice in the several Courts of Cum bria, Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. 0icc n the Centre st., adjoining Gen. McDon ald's hw5TvK. Jan. 15, 1851. 1y: . Attornev at Law. Jotinstowni Pa. o FFICE on Clinton Street, in the Second Sto ry of Good Pershing's Store Room. January 30, 1851 ly. AH21AIXA3I KOPEUX, Attorney at Law Johnstown FFICK on Clinton Street, a few doors north of the corner of Main and Clinton. o April 23, 1823. i 31 . a com; Justice f tie Peace, foot of Plane No 4, A, P . R E. WILL attcnl promptly to all collections en trusted to his care. Ollice, adjoining the Post Ofiice, July 28, 1852. Or. Ceo. 15. Kelly, OFFERS his professional se...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 26 November 1856

r4 id 111 Vl l-v r THE BLESSINGS 'OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DET7S OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. i ... t. : EBBK'SBUAG.-.ijrOTEMBER 26.1856. IEW SERIES. - 1 l4 : 1 tjr . jA Avc a lit 1 El THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, id publish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Ta;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid ik advaxce, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in- BCrTcd t.taUoTollowing rates, viz : J Huar'e 3 insertions, Every subsequent insertion, 4 square 8 months, 1 year, 11 00 25 00 00 12 00 30 00 15 00 5 00 corn 1 year, J it 4t ft Business Cards. ' ' fOTwelve lines constitute a qvaro. 'In tlic 1 ourt of Co'iuuon lle;is Cambria County. or 'Edward Burfc vs. Wm. H. Hamilton ad ministrator of Win No. 20 Dec. Term 1850 2nd al. Scire Facias. Harnett, dec'J. . J 'Cambria Couniy ts. . The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, To the Sheriff cf Cambria county, - GREETING: Wmbreas, Edward Burk, heretofore in ou...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 26 November 1856

i i. ' "V ' ';'! 1 i. 4 v. : , Si :. ' ; ! : --.: V :( i - . I - - -1 ? ;( - .'i- belong td tbc resident actual cultivators of the soil. In this manner his interest prompts aim to entertain a more earnest regard for the prosperity of the political institutions of his country than any other citizen. Landed property is a public fund of the most stable nature, and they who would share its treas ures, are bound by all the fixed associations vrhicb their occupation engender?, to a deep - and earnest love for their native land The voice, of experience sounding from the rums of the Roman Empire, and the wasted plains of the once prosperous kingdom of Spain1, is nough to convince us that agriculture is the piL'ar of national strength. History recounts 'examples of nations rising from poverty and -obscurity, to the meridian of a successful ca reer by an industrious application to the pur suits of this art, while national shipwreck, and social misery, have been the fatal conse , jTiences of i...

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