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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 4 February 1857

are ckared, and having the-reou erected a two6to i y log In v.f,a nd frame house, : now in ' tho occu j anry of Wiffiam Bradfcyi' - - -? " ' . - Taken in execution and to be eoZd sit tho suit of - 1- nir t O f f . , C llrm 1' 1 1 1 71 i u:tam . ivory x vo, ior ut " wl ALSO All the riht, titlo and interest of Styles. Allen &co.. of in and to a certain piece or parcei cf land situato in Conemaugh township, Cambria county,- known as " Tho Mathews Farm," adjoining Zands of Charles Van Lucncn and others, containing two hundred and tiity 1 ncrcfi, more or less, r.bout one hundred acres c f which are cleared, having thereon erected a frame dwelling house and a log tare, xrow in the occu- fancy ef Taken in execution and to he ecll at the curt of ChnrZes Areo. et r.Z. ALSO All the right , title and interest of Elias Crum. of, in nnd to piece cf land, tituata in Snmmcrhill towrship, Cambria ccunty, adjoining lands of Daniel Ne tf and others, centaining oue hundred acres, more or leys, abo...

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 February 1857

MEDICIXES, At James ETDermit's EBENSBURG. PA. ICHARDSON'S Sherry Wine Bitters. Dr. Weaver's Canker and salt rheum syrup Hungarian Balsam, Wood's ILiir Restorative, Vickers tetter ointment, etit'Ps eye salve, Insect Powder, Pyrnp blackberry rout, a sure euro for dysentery. Avers Cathartic Pills, llolloways Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. BranJreth's do do Bonnet's Plant and Root do McLaue's Liver do Swaynes Sarsaparilla aud tar Pills, Unive-sity's Jaynes and Eadway's Pills, OambrianFills, Cough Remedies Ayres Cherry Pectoral, Kcysers Pectoral syrup Swaynes Syrup Wild Clierry Universities remedy Jaynes Expecto rant, Brant's Pulmonary Balaam, Syrup of tar, wild cherry and hoarhound. Perry Davis' pain Killer, Had way 'a Ready Relief, Mustang Liniment Indian liniment, .Electric oil and Magnetic oil, Kennedy's Medical discovery, Brant's Purifying Extract, Hoofland Bitters, Holland Bitters, Browns essence of Jamaica Ginger, Holloway's worm confections, Mcljiuca, Swaynes and Jaynes Vermifu...

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 February 1857

-. THE BLESSDIGS OF G0VEEN3IENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTBIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. EBENSBURG..FEBRUARY11, 1857. VOL. 4. IS O. 16. a si ass. TTTV. nEMOORAT & SENTINEL, is ntiblish ed every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at Jl GO per annum. IP paid IS advance, u not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will bo conspicuously in . verted at the following rates, viz : 1 square 3 insertions. Jivery subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months, j . 6 " " 1 year, col'ii 1 year, " r liusmcss Cards, tJOTwelve linos constitute a square $1 00 O 3 00 5 00 12 00 30 00 00 00 'iSEtv GO51S, ?.'!: GOGS. THE subscriber takes pleasure in announcing to his numerous customers, and the public: generally, that he is now opening one of the laree-t and most desirable stocks of FALL AND WINTKU GOODS ! ever prescnteil to this community. L.s stock consists chieilv of the following viz : LADIES D 11 ESS GOODS ! .-n.-b as Talmas. Vizettcs. Shaw...

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 February 1857

T , -I " . f ''J 4 f - , ; - -.1 ) to. l--.- . ... - Dnnomif nnb niiinrl. Vi chard wniTs: :hexrt c. devise WHITE & DEVISE, Editors and Proprietors. EBEWSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING: ::::::FF13. 11. Cambria's First Choice For Governor. HON. HENRY D. FOSTER. jJSTSee new advertisements. Hon. II. D. Fester, Col. John Cress well. and G. N. Smith, will please accept our thanks for continued favors. Gen. Fester. Re$olved, That as to Gen. Foster and his d their reasons for not sustaining tn onciis nominee, we leave them to the iudzernent of their constituents. The above resolution is taken from the Wavnc county democratic paper It is one of the resolutions, passed by the democracy of that county, at a meeting to appoint dele gates to the approaching State Convention. It is the only sensible resolution, in reference to the course pursued by Gen. Foster and his friends, that ought to be passed by any dem ocratic assemblage. If the same policy had been pursued by certain newspapers in the Stat...

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 February 1857

For tlie Iadles. The following conversation we overheard be urwm Mrs. Jones and her frieud Mary, and as it is no secret, we will divulge it lor the benefit of all our lady readers. Mrs. Jones" Good norniag Mary, where have you been so early?" ' Why I've been to John M. King's Ladies' Btoro to make a few purchases, hut as he selZs so cheap, I bought a full rig. Bor.nct. Collar, Cloak, a sett of Furs, Silk Dress, Corded Skirt, French Corset, Gloves, Bracelet, Ui.der'dceves, Handker chief. Bottle of Mush-, Hair Oil, Soap, pair of Shoes aud Stockings, suffice it to say, he keeps a full assortment of Zldlinary Good, Dress Goods, Triniirint., White Goods, Xolions, Perfumery, 2by. Shoes, and Fancy Arllchs in abundance, and every thing you can think of for Ladies, Mis ses and Children." The last we saw of Mrs. Jor.cs, sheVas goirg into Jon.s M. Kino's Fancy Store, next door to the Camhria House, Johnstown, Ta. Feb. 11, 1857. Coal: Coal!: ALL persons knowing themselves indebted for Coo.l to ...

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 February 1857

r7 4 , it I ... ' ' i ci ' .1 '.7 DISSOLUTIOn. THE Partnership heretofore existing between It. A. Dorsey & James Dougherty, trading under the name of Dorsey & Dougherty was dissolved by mutual consent this day. The books of the firm will be settled by It. A. Dorsey. Signed, It. A. DORSEY. rhihtd'a, Jan. 8, 1857. S3- II. A. DORSEY will continue the business at the old stand No. 11 North 5th Street, and hopes to teceive the patronage of the friends of the late firm. I. A. DORSEY. Feb. 4. 1S57. Sts. Orphans' Court Sale or Valuable REAL ESTATE. BY virtue of an alias order of the Orphans' Court of Cambria county, the undersigned will expose to public sale at the Court House in the borough of Ebensburg, on Saturday the 21st day of February next , (1857) at 1 o'clock P. M., the following resl estate of which Michael Mc' Dcrmitt died seized, situate in Clearfield town ship. Cambria ounVy being allotments Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5, as mentioned and described in the in quisitiou had of the r...

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 February 1857

' - ' - - -' . - -r. " . A - - - ' . .. . r. ' - ' ' . . '- "'., "' . : l-v. .-- .L: .V - -s- ' - -sy'.? . - X -V . ..tSut s , ,i, 4Ji r a v? v;.i i.Tct-sYU i t ... . . .,, - - - --- - -- . ,.- -- ; .. . . . - v. . .T , - f .......... T.- -r ;' : y t , t-:- j-. . . ' - ' j - ' t .-: - .. ; '-... ' . - f ..- - ' THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEENMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR. , . . . , . ; : -.,1, .. . , . ' - : : : ! : " ": U : " ' r I'M! 4 'jfEW-i SERIES;: o !. THE DEMOCRAT & .SENTINEL, is puWisli d every WciLicsiTay morning, in'Ebensburg, " "Cambria Co.,' Pa;, at $1 50 pur annum, if paid ' is advaxce, if not $'2 wjll be charged.- - i ADVE11TISEMENTS -will be conspicuously in- - Fertcrl at tho toiiowing raieF, viz; 1 square 3 insertions, . : fiiverj' subsequent insertion, ,. 1 square 3 montlia, a " ,: g . ' ..... . r . l.ycar, : ,; " col'n .. 1' year, .' , : $1 00 2.V 3 00 i 00 '12 00 30 00 15 00' 6 0O EBusiness...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 February 1857

a? Dtmorrnt anb Srntintl. HORAito wairs::cs:::::::::::::::BXBT c. dstike WHITE ft DEVlHfc, Sditon aad Proprietor!. EBENSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNINXJ:::::::::::::FEB. 18. (Cambria's First Clioico For Governor. HON. HENRY D. FOSTER. The Bedford County Sleeting. Wo Lave read the proceedings of a Demo- cratio County Meeting, which was held at Bedford, on Monday, the l)th inst. Tue res olutions adopted at the meeting, are prefaced with an address as long as the moral law. " The first part of the address, is a mere reca pitulation of the questions which were decided in tho late Presidential campaign, and to all of which we heartily subscribe Tho author of the address, next proceeds to r peak of the recent U. S. Senatorial election, and denoun ces in unmeasured but richly merited terms, th three traitors, Lebo, Wagonscller and Manear. Referring to the course pursued by Henry D. Foster and his friends, in connec tion with the election of Senator, the following paragraph occurs : ' ' The conduct...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 February 1857

Taluable Farm for Sale, " TJOB 6ide by the subscriber an excellent farm situ ate cue mile from Loretto, Cambria coun ty, known as tho 'Henry J.Maguircfarm. It contain on e hundred acres nine acics and allow ance, with about 36 acres cleared,- and in a good state of cultivation, and the balance is covered i with Valuable Timber. The improvements con sist of a arge New Two Story House, containing Parlor, Dining-room and Kitchen on the first iloor, and five chambers on the second floor.- The other improvements Are a good saw mill, tenant house, carpenters shop and other out buil dings. There are never failing spiings of water near each house, there is a fine young orchard on the premises. The township road passes through the place It is about 4 1 miles from Crcsson on the Pennsylvania Rail Road, and about the same distance from Gallitzin. It is in bight of the Lo retto church St. Francis' Academy for boy, St. Aloyseus Academy for young ladies, and if of a mile from the Plank Road. An i...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 February 1857

t.i i . y 1 5 tf! 'J 7:1 i . "(- ' 'i i v 1 i i I .' ' - f . 1 , . i , I-1 ' ; . :-J-. .. ,', if y . : 1 LOUIS LUCKHARTD. WATCH MAKER, AnD OKA IX II In Mill. raiHE undersigned respectfully begs leave to inform the citizens of Johnstown and vicinity t.lmfciio lms iiwt.rcr'ivel Ant i. nmv onenimr tho largest stock'of C locks J MriM anil Jewelry ,cve r brought to Johnstown, tcithovl ex ce.'o.i, which will be sold "cheaper than the cheapest." His prices will alcays be uniform, Jhc customer w ill not lc charged move for the urn quality, of goods than another. A List of some of the articles comprised in the assortnent is annexed. . Prices may be ascertained, and goods examined, at the Store on Main Street Gold Hunting English Levers, Gold Detached Levers, full jewelled, Gold Lupines. 4 holes " Silver English Levers, . Silver Detached Levers, ' " . Silver Lcpines, Gold Guard Chains, Gold Vest Chains, Gold Pencil, with Ptn3, Gold Pencils, Gold Medallions, Silver Extension Pencils and Pens, ...

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 February 1857

- . 1 e i THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTIIIBOTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND ilEE LOW, THE HIGH AND THE POOR. EBENSBURG, FEBRUARY 25,1857. VOL. 4. NO. IS. T ' . A ' - . . . ' ' " - ' 'jr. -.----.gr- - rr THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish ed evcrj Wednesday morning, in Ji.bensOurg, Cambria Co., Fa:, tit $1 50 pur annum, IF paid is advaxce. if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in- at the following rates, viz : 1 squa-sc 3 insertions, H very subsequent insertion, 1 square months, . 1 " 6 " " 1 yoar, " celn 1 ycaT, " " " Business Cards, C3Twe!ve linos constitute a square $1 oo 25 3 12 00 00 00 SO 00 13 00 00 "KEvr CCOUS, KtSf GGCS. THE subscriber takes pleasure in announcing to his numerous customers, and the public generally, that he is now opening one of the largest and most desiraUo stocks of FALL AND WiNTKlt GOODo ! ever presented to this community. H.s stock consists chiefly of the f l!owing viz : LADIES DRESS GOODS...

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 February 1857

J! nuorrnt . nub grnJinrl. TticHARD white:::::::::: :r::::nEXRY c. detixe WHITE it DEVINE, Editors and Proprietor!. EBEWSBURG. WEDNESDAY MORNING:::.::::::: .11 B. 25 Cumbria's First Choice For Governor. HON. HENRY D. FOSTER. Westmoreland in Anns! .We need not to call the attention of our readers to the proceeding of the Westmoreland County Democratic meeting : they arc in our columns to-day, and we know that they will be eagerly and gladly perused by the Democ racy of Cambria. The Democracy of Weetiuorelaud Lave spo ken like men who arc resolved and in earnest. Their resolutions breathe the true "Democratic fire! Their dignified, attitude will command the respect not only of Pennslvania,.but of the whole Tjuion. On btbslf of the constitu ency of George N- Smith, we thank West moreland for the zealous regard she hs shown for his reputation ; for her generous defence of him against slanders and falsehood, and for the stirring compliments paid to his honor, his integrity and his courag...

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 February 1857

JL. - - A Dill to repeal the Usury laws has been introduced in the House by Mr. Bishop; which 1 eimilar in most ofits provisions to the one presented some days ago by Mr. Crabb in the 'b'enat?, in regard to a repeal of the Usury Laws. It goes further than the bill of tkelattcr ger.tel man. The bill of Mr. Crabb only includes promissory notes and due bill. This however includes bills of acceptance and exchange. The former speak of the drawers and endors ers of such paper, the latter includes owners Tii r,irmr Aops not exclude any class from the benefit of the right it gives to' a!! of negotiation pnper at any rate cf discount or interest which the draw. r cud drawee may Agree upon, save Bauks. The latter csclndes pawnbrokers, as well as Bauk3 from the privileges given to all others by the act. A Slight Misconception Young Gmlel man.'l have never had the pleasure of see ing jcu before, sir Lut I met your daughter ut Saratoga, and ht asked mj to call uron icr in town. IIavin just tecu ...

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 February 1857

f ' " ' '; ' ... 4 m 1 t . -' S ' : f rt LOUIS LUCKHARTD. "WATCH MAKEK, Alll3 DZAIXR2C nrrmrn rTrrnnrn ntlTl TT'TTTriilV MP HE undersigned respectfully Jl begs leave to inform the jwvV citizi-ua of Johnstown and vicinity fc j thathe has just received ml is now "V J&i-c&i i opening the largest block of Clocks. ''f ,aml Jeicdr ever brought to Johnstown, tnttoirf -ceotfoi, which will be sohl cheaper than the cheapest." His vricts will Va;: be uniform, Uuo customer will not he cliargc.il more for the umc quality of goods than another. A List ol some of the articles comprised in the assort racnt is annexed. Trices rmiy be ascertained, am. goods examined, at the Store or. Main Sheet ' Gold Hunting English Levers, Gold Detached levers, full jewelled, Gold lupines. 4 holes " Silver English Levers, ' . . Silver Detached Levers, " Silver Lepines, Gold Guard Chains. Gold Vest Chain, Gold Pencils, with Pens, " .GohlTencils, Gold Medallions, Silver Extension Pencils and Pens, Gold Breast...

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. — 4 March 1857

:'-:-T.,-,jr ft 111 1 a 11 a- a- 5 1. - ..rv , :iIE EIESSISGS OF 0 OVESNKSHT, XISE CTI! DEWS OF HEAVES, SH0U1D EE DISTEI3.TOED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AMD THE LOW, THE KIOH AKD THE POOE. EBENSBURG, MARCH '4,1857. VOL. 4. NO. 10. NEW SERIES. -LW,,LV." i r t A tX"- T.-Jv THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish od every Wednesday morning, in Ebtsnsburg, Cambria Co., .it $1 CO pcronnum,ir caid iy ArviKCE. if not $2 will be charged. sAD YE It Ti S E MIv NTS will bo conspicuously in wertcd at the f cHowing rates, viz : ' I s -u&ra C insertions, Every subsequent insertion, ': X square 3 months, . , 1 G " . " " I year, " corn . 1 year, ' 1 II 4 1 c ' Iiusiaess Cards. (yj-Twolvo line cwstitsii? a sijnarc. 41 oo 25 3 00 CO 12 00 SO 00 16 00 6 CO v-i-nKv.bviber takes pleasure in announcing in" nd . tolas numerous cv.sterac-rs..' the public ...-. r.ll v. that be S DUV O! CI dr. 2 02.0 C ttlt) largest and mat desirable sti c ks of FALL AMD W.NTEll GOODo ! 'over presented to this community. L.s s...

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. — 4 March 1857

Stmorrat an it frnlinrl. skiiari white:::: :::m:saT c devise WHITE A DEVIHE, Editor and Proprietors. EBEKSBURG. ' ::FFB. 25. ! WEDNESDAY MORNING:::::: Our Agents. S M. Pettengill & Co , of New York, and J. Webster, of Philadelphia, are our author ised agents to receive and collect money due this office. - Thanks. Our thanks are due to members of the Legislature for many favors. --. THE NOMINATIONS. Tuo Democratic State Convention, which assembled at Harriet erg, on last Monday, nominated the following ticket. Governor, GEN. WM.F. PACKER Canal Commissioner, ' MM ROD STRICKLAND. "ScPREME COCIIT JCDGE. HON. ELLIS .LI AVIS Wo will speak of the nominees at length, in our next number. Sir John Miller. " Smooth flow the waves, the zephyrs gently play Iklindu smilci and all the icorll teas gay." Such was the general appearance of nature at the advent of Sir John Miller, into our quiet ru ral village. Altho' Sir John was incog, aud was r.f thp. most retiring moclestv, still the native qu...

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. — 4 March 1857

Brigham Young the llonnon A cotemporary says : An eloquent man is Brighara Young, though hia oratory is rather novel and belongs to himself alone. Common sense and cant, scriptural allusions and rowdyism are curi ously blended in bis style, but in a direct vigorous and manly manner, which reminds us exceedingly of Cobbetts'J prose in Lis sav cge moments. An nmusing instance of this combination comes vividly before our memo ry. A man, named Gideon, had the bold ness to question Young' perogative as Pro phet of the Lord. The Governor denounced him somewhat in the following style, and it is a fair specimen of his ordinary orations : Who is this Gideon who has come among yod? lie used to sell tape in St. Louis, and how- he is here to blaspheme the Lord and de fetrdy the Hous j of Israel.' And what should Ve, children of the covenant, do in return far Lis evil work? Out with the bowie-knives yo worne like breastpins at Nauvoo, and in tho namo of God and the Prophet, give him hW Fr.OM Mex...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 4 March 1857

V 1 1 it -. v 3 -' t? i PHIL' S. NJON J ATTOilXE Y AT I, iW, E3K24SBURO, rENNA. OTi-r otjOiI nnx-le Tl.iw. 32. z. rti.icssujaA. j rr o a a; r i r l a w, OFFICE No. 2 "Colonnade P.," nr the Court House. Deccr.il.er 7, '54 ly At'arnov at Law. Johnst3-n Ta. O VTTCE on Clinton Street, in the Second Sto ry of Good $ Pershing's Store Room. Juur.ary 30, 185 1 ly. Aim A 51 A 31 Attorney at I.."7r Johnstown 0 ITICH cn Clinton Street, a few doors north of the corner cf Main and Clinton. April 73. 1S23. ' H. T,. J'J'lJlsTOjr. A. C. MCLI.IX. JOHNSTON & MULLTN ; Counsellors and At tomevs at Law. Oiuoo oppfcite the Court 1 .".we, Ebembir?, Pa. NiV. I ' .?4 - fly C. M". Miliar!. ATTOKXEY AT I.A1V JBf.X5iri,3, T.. WILL practice in the several Ornts. of Cam bria, Blair, Huntingdon. Indiana and Clear fi.-U county. Oiucc one djor wet of Dr. Wra. Lemon's. CtJ-Also Acre's for the sale of Lands in Cain Iria and adjoining C-ounties. CTAI Agents for tho Uiii-cu Fire Insurance Company. M irth 2"! 135o. ...

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 March 1857

UL - : ,-: .i til . i-rv.i JS' - v 'ui -.Yh Ml-.. I! - - v i'f. - i ' . 0 f. i BLESSINGS OF QOVEBNMEIJ'f IXKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOOT.!) BE DISTBIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR, T THE a r V Ml ii ) i r i ' in-. i -1. NEW SERIES. Mm THE DEMOCRAT Ss SENTINEL, is publish k every Wednesday morning, in Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 GO per annum, if paid advance, if not $2 will be charged. ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in serted at the following rates, viz: . ? square 3 insertions, . Every subsequent insertion, 1 square 3 months, 1 0 " " 1 year, ' " col'n 1 year, - " " " , ' $1 00 23 3 00 5 00 12 00 SO 00 15 00 : Business Cards. , '', . ,J..9... ?"" (Jo-Twelve lines c6risttfnttfa square. " " " ' ' DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. FULL PROCEEDINGS. HALL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Harrisbukg, March 2, 1857. j The Convention was called to order at 10 j o'clock. A. M., by Col. John W. Forney, V'hdirman of the Democratic State Central Committee. lie said :...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 11 March 1857

! ft f m 71 -" ':;.'( '"if t- J: 5 . 3 vl .a r'.i Wtcott, lr'hIlon. Workman, Bblf. iror rell. IFood, and Yeager, 51. Foa Samcel Black Messrs Blackburn, Bra. Breslin, Clarke, Dunn, Oibson, Huey, Ileiuuian, M'Oee, Shannon, Searight, Sanson, Taylor, (Beaver.) and Weyand-14. Wiut.am F Packlh. having received a ma jority of all the votes, ws declared to be nominated ; nu, On motion of T C M'Dowell the nomina tion wf.5 declared to bo unanimous by the '. Convention. ' ' . ' The Convention then proceeded to nomi nata candidates for Supremo Judge, as follows.'. Jfr 'VestcoU nominated Hon Ellia Lewis. V Flauney ' Cunningham Herdman " "Price M'Mullio . Blood Dunn Shaw w James 4 Searight " " M'Cormick 4 -(Jemmill " "Wm Strong, S Hepburn, TV A Stokes, " J Thompson, ' Ft Lowe, Esq. ' A Drum, V PC Shannon, V Wtn El well, ; " O Church, Oen J R Howell, Jordon, Esq. jonn ccott, Xjiq., Mr Westcott prcssntcd a letter from the members of the Philadelphia bar, and asked that it be read. The Convention de...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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