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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 9 March 1859

Breeding Horses. As there arc many enormous opinions en tertained respecting the breeding of horses, I trsst T may bo indulged a hearing- if I give lie public the observations I have on this tubjtct As a practicle farmer, I do not hesitate to express my opinion, and give the prominent reason why wc have go many horses cf inferior size, strength, beauty and motion. This is not owing to the want of care taken of the colts, or to theirliot being well fed and sheltered during the severity of the winter. The fact is, that most farmers arc induced to fake pood care of their animals, because it is for their interests to do so The great reason is, the mares selected for breed ers arc unfit for the purpose. They arc, pei bap, two small, they lack physical vigor, or they have become old, or have been over worked 01 biokcn down. In addition to these defects they are not. sprightly or agile in their motions, nor kind in their disposi tion. Such animals should not be selected for breeding. Nor a...

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 March 1859

tf sis - 1 IT I 1 .1 IW JVJWM W WW 4. lit .ii-' ui tn in n ' TUB BLESSINGS OF OOVEBSMENT,I.IK THB DEWS OP nEATEK, fifibtD 3 MSTEttirri'-Atttta COS I HIGH AK0 THS'liwTH SICH AU TH OOB. " A fflr SERIES EBEfiSBEKG, PI, WEDNESDAY; MARCH 16, 1859. VOL. 6 NO. 17. "0 TT3 R M S: EMOCR AT & , SENTIN EL. IS 'PUB- Fifty Cksts , - lished evlry Wednesday Mornfng at . "ileepy looting individual; 'we're all lost, I "way, and Jwhfen yon want to rTnake it lighter ' ' . !- ;. x n - . a trn r i if r v .k'i h w r anviTirvi '"-.hViii advance; Ose Dollar ak'd Seventy :,'rz Ce t if iwt paid vvithin Vix months, and jwDoti-AR if not paid until the termination ; t', year. VisuBscrii'ti wiU be taken for . a shortei rjo! than six months, and no subscriber will be ;bertv to diominue nis paper uniu an ar Jges'are pU , except at the option ot the t : l : r . : mi i i. iwrAOU SUPs .ru'iiii; s u 1110111113 win lit? fi7ed one p-llab. uuless the money is p dd Adtertlln? Rates. On", insert n. licodo. Three no 1 .n...

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. — 16 March 1859

11 ioc cat & Sentinel. V. l. JHI'BRAl', FlJter. WKD N ESD A Y , MAKCU 16, 1859. S. M. PcttengUi & Co., Advertising Agents, 119X.iss.au Street, New lovk, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorised Agents for the "Desiocuat & Kexti kcl, and tlie rsott influential and largest circu iting newspapers in the" United States "an. 1 Canadas. They aro empowered to contract for "Us at our X.DTTKST TSKira Jones Webster. General rewspsjer Agent, S. W. Corner Third and Arch Streets, id Btoiy, Philadelphia, is duly authorized to contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democrat & Snti-X. ' S"cry Extraordinary. "It's very hard them kind of fellers, V ou't let a body Un Two weeks ago wo bid our nel-hbor of tl. Mountaineer '-Hail and Farewell." However. he seems determined 'not to part with us at present. Ho don't like our comment with re gard to tho appointment of Thomas Cllins hv the Democratic District Conference as S na'ori d delegate to the State Convention. II-.....

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 March 1859

UJ 01- il at nace iSo ex locality i. about appears 3 whosa ,-!ou3 10 glectel he p'ra hat tbo rbicb to , io the 0, ecsl ! all di JiVrwisa Mill .Ily. but resacifl nsierpa ia cen '.'most fohover Q whia i-of ppb :tct ter f-r.mtae Pi. Jiurg Christian Advooatc. lew ncclaclle or . dLavrtou i ElacU- : ; berry. .--' .-- tear Doctor. Wo furnkhe'cl you an arli jat M.ving e the above-uamed fruit, giv v n V':wUnt of its origia, characteristics of a niar.t and fruir, the foil to whieh it i '':",(.r' it" scions of bearin-, ur:d its extri iiirV prtJuciiv?Defs. The past reason i.jjonc! inu:!j tD establish the reputation of ' " rniii kable fruit. Wherever it has been ;,:T,(.;.Jj ai fart's we hare hear , it lias not 1 i :vca .'entire satisfaction, but exceeded .11 i - 'i3 t'.c'-'n 1J Ui5 favor. Many "''oat Jooketl on it with distrust, fearing zi saothcr Mr:i$-mt!ticiuh's Innnhnj, ",t would tonsil it, a:o now convinced of .V--o:.t -.vt-rth. and ore going into its culti--rrj est-r..dvely. Ir. hai been p...

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. — 16 March 1859

'ApplTlngr JfsMu ' ltn and Po ttJes. t am 'greatly "in favor of spreading and (plowing in manure "upon ground which wto be planted in corn or potatoes, instead of pla cing it in the hill for several good reasons. II would oot place the manure in hills, be cause Its effects :are o'(malI value to the crop of corn '07 potatoes. What possible benefit can a idiovelfal -or two of unfurmented yard cr stable manure do u hill of corn? Two thirds of the farmers use the manure made in -winter; "for application to their fields in the Ppring. Jt is. nothing Tnore or less than green manure. 5 ftbe 'weather, after talari t ibg should prove wet, it will be one chance "in a hundred if the seed does not rot corn es pecially. If the weather is dry, the manure dries into a solid mass, and is more of an in jury than a benefit. Should the season be jut pight, the toots of -corn soon grow be. youd The elects of the manure, and leave it useless at tbo bottom of the vtalks. -where it can be of no use until ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 23 March 1859

p 7 " Am v If THE BLESSIXG3 OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE EISTE13UTjy AiLKE UPON TEE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AND THE POOB. SEW SERIES. EBENSBUBG," Pi., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1859. VOL. 6--X0. 18. fl 4;-rEMOCRAT & SENTINEL IS PUB j lished every Wednesday Morning at ns D'llae and Fifty Cents per annum, niribl ID. an Vance; w-xc juula asu otv bmi tvHCBN-wif not paid within six months, and Two Dollars u not paid un.tn tao termination r the vear subscription will bo taken for a shorter eriod than six months, and no subscriber will be liberty t discontinue his paper until all ar reingea art" pai J, except at the option ot the i Mr ior six rnontns wui te varsea ohe dollar, unless the money is paid idverilsfnc, Ities. One insert'n. Two do. Tlirc-e do 5 41 00 licrcJre, 12 lines? jta'inres, 2i lines equr.v, fo'3 lines $ 50 1 00 I SO S months. n so 1 00 2 On 2 CD 6 do. $3 00 1 50 7 00 y oo 12 00 nr i 12 do i 5 00 j 9 00 i 2 lines 50 4 00 00 10 00 12 0) j 14 00 ?.e ......

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. — 23 March 1859

iiii is 11 democrat & J5mtmcl. C. U.-JHRRAY, lldltcr. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1859. M. 1'eltciigIII & Co., Advertising Agents. 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Bostou, are the au thorized Agents for the "Dejiochat & Sexti yi:n," and the nu.st intluiniial and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United Statrs an 1 Canada?. They are empowered to contract for US at CUr LOWEST TF-HMs. Jones Webster, General Newspaper Agent, S. W. Corner Third and Arch Streets, id stoiy, Philadelphia, is duly authorized to contract for adverting ami sub scription for the DlilcCUAT k SNTINEL. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. AUDITOR Cil.NET' A L, FJCHARDSON L. WRIGHT, CI' l niLAI III.! IMA. a u uyi :yok g en y. u a l, JOHN HOWE. OF FKAXKI.IN ( Ot'Nl T. irVVvKor III 5 iit I A few weeks ago in announcing the appoint ment cf Thomas Collins as Senatorial delegate frc-m tLis district to the State Convention, we 2redicted that he would misrepresent his ccu stituents in the Contention. The Kb...

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. — 23 March 1859

(JJ ..I .i :t i !.e i- ..! ha i.e tt !v a. .rk E5 S j h'i; :-. h TO I t tc:S as,;- a-. iT3:l :ingr y-i 'if :fit i (. ffa H MS : &4 S3 4 ronr 0a j i-ater from Europe. . ..v:.. r-u.. ,.e V.l. l"e. vtrip which sailed from Liverpool at v ;i) cu the nior.ang of the 2d of March, -At Xew York yesterday morning. Vuuarl steaiDship Asia, troui Aew lork, 1 t Liverpool at 2 o'clock on the after f'unday. the 27th February. -a 1 r I', si tain. In the II.)Uae of Lords, on lit . . ..Hl-ao. Lord M.duieoburg, iu reply to "'Erlef Clarendon, stated that he was glad ;'' all die information he could witti regard -v'acuauou cf the Papal territory. The lU .'uvernment had, of its own accord, re dt'';e 'withdrawal of the Trench and Aus x.na. A general statement had been made Wtriaii and Fix neb governments, that ','-r-v.e 'wished it they would withdraw their "'"t iVre could therefore be no doubt that, tr- yV, vitl: had been expressed, the foreign '"".v-i'l depart from the Papal territories 1 T.i . r. .i ...

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. — 23 March 1859

Jii) r- , nun uotm. "i'or the best plan of a bock in which the farmer can record his practice aiid experience in the plaice, most simple and concise mac ner. The value of a well kept farm record can scarcely be ever estimated. It shcuM be clear, explicit, and comprehensive should contain the daily operation of the farm, cotes of weather and its vicitades; all interesting items about the animals of the farm, dairy, erchard; in short, everything worth remem bering about the operations of the farm, which must necessarily be bringing many thiegg together not properly connected but only to be remembered, the other the book for future reference, or ledger. The arrangement of . the dailv journal would be very simple the book to be filled regularly from the beginning, with the date perfixed to each day's record, so that it would be a continous record from one day to another through the year. The ledger should be large enough for the purpose of one year, or may be suffi ciently large for sev...

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 March 1859

8 r THE BLESSTSGS OF GOTEBXMEST, LIKE THE DEW'S OF HEAVE JJ, SnOULD BE MSTR1BVTED ALIKE UPON THE ' HIGH AXDTHE LOW,' THE BICHAiTD THE Poo1 tftf SERIES. EBEXSBURG, PI, WEDNESDAY MARCH 30, 18-59. VOL. 6---X0. 19. ft -I H 11 Fi ill II lis. II H S5 .r& lO 'W vE5 YT Vfe SV'W IS la a H IM II! B I m 1-r i l i a W 1 H 8 i c a-ta Bfa i v m i j J i iKa 4 t-a fafl hic t ' j i i k-. i mm i xe? ' i- v aa m n-i - i .4 Jv il- & ' i, , ' ' ' ' L ' .' ' TERMS: 4--EMOCBAT & SENTINEL' IS FUB J lishcd every Wednesday Morning at n.s Dollar an-d Fifty Cents per annum, ,v.ib!eiu advance; One Dollar and Seventy t. yP Cents if not paid within six months, and -ro Dollars if not P:l1 until the termination af t-ie yoar. o SUbS0rip'On win ue ukoi iui ii mum ill . , .1 t h a ini? nr ftrtlicril. rr will V at liberty to discontinue Ins paper until all ar rearazes'are paid, except ,at the option of the :iitor. . ., . r . .. . .., , . iiV pTEn s'.ioscnmng iur fix monins win ls e'r"f l OSE Pillar, unless ...

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 March 1859

ii H Wmxo cmt & Sraturcl. C O. MI RRAl'.JBdltor. . I. C ZAir?I, Publisher. WLDNJZSDAY. J1AKCII SO, 159. S. M.TettengHI & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New Tork, and 10 State "street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sexti Bix," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the Unitfd States and Canadas. They are empowered to -contract for "UB at OUT LOWEST TERMS. Jones Webster, General Newspaper Agent, S. W. Corner Third and Arch Streets, 2d stoiy, Philadelphia, is dvJy uthorizad to contract for advertising and bu'j cription for the Dimoceat & Sextisel. rDEWOCRATIC STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL, .RICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, Of" PHILAPELPHIA. SURVEYOR GENERAL, JOHN ROWE. 'CF FRANKLIN COUNTY. Traitors at Work. The "Democratic Convention, which assembled at Ilarrisburg oq the ICth inst.. was composed of the regularly appointed delegates of the party 'from every sectiaa of the State, and with the exception of the debate on ...

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 March 1859

J'arbarlans and Great Britain. r,j;Dcr to the latest mails from San "-co, the Fejee Islands have been ceded rnd and that transfer which was bc " nly a rumor, is now confirmed. Very ':re' hut there are always two consenting Vs required for the completion of fsuch a 'n the civer and the receiver. It is by eans improbable that some of the chief- PrT. j i-r to be placed under the British sUta a COuucciiuu wouia uuu.uuuieuij r3'' in their ultimate -civilization and coo- -Inn t-J CUnsi'"" J -" 1 t COt'3 LUL ..". .J ... . . :..nrnrirf.tO i 1.. wi.lltf r v f otnlorl .r-nlnnal " . 1 nn that tiAml ttfl milst. &TCffft frcui London tie ccly incident that '"... -nrrr.d tii smide our iudireujent . a rai'-ter, being a refusal of the pres 12 "?..:t;Ji dminiatratioa to sanction the ?: .-' i" the ricli and glorious island of ,v o - the application ot Jlr. JLsrooke, ,'r h,- reared as the princo cf a large --of it- Hut where what are the '" . i- 'Tf nn h-Trffin? to be shielded- ri: fi barbarism beh...

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 March 1859

"norllculteral Xotes lor ttic Jlontli. No farmer who pretends to have a garden houldle without a hot-bed It is easily made, and needs only a little ewe and dai y attention to manage it successfully. It should be placod in a dry eituation exposed to the east and eouib. ud protected by buildings or fences on the north and north-east. A Lole should be dug two feet deep and a foot lar ger each way than the frame. The manure (horse-dung is best) should be placed in a loo?e heap to feraient a week or so before be in r placed under the frame. Then work it over, carefully mixing it, and place it in the pit, beating it elowu well with the back of the fork as you proceed, but do not tread it down as it will heat more iu one place than anoth er. If compressed too much, so as to exclude the air, it will ferment slowly, and give but little heat. If too loose, it will formeut rap idly and be too warm at first and will soon pet cold. The richer the manure t e., the richer food given the animals th...

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 April 1859

LU .-4 MM II! THE BLESSXSGS OF GOVERNMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTRIBUTED ALIJT.E TPON THE HIGH AKD THE LOW, THE EICH ASD TIIE POOR. 0 SERICS. EBENSBPG, Pi., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1859. VOL. 0 XO. 20. si TEU3IS! L DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL IS PUB 1 lishod every Wednesday Morning at . IT'rirTV rpVTR nor nnnnm 0t UOLLAK. A.u ' X w v 1 V f TVl T T ft O 4Vrfc Si E V NI V Xvva D LLARi if uot paid until the termination Vjs'i'L'Soriptiun will bo taken for a shorter . i .i . ii.inl-h.: nvil nr snVisfrihor w;!l be uui.i .-i-v ---- --- ' vi ,iu,vintimii h:3 tiiiner until all ar- 4r li.cn i i " r-i . raraarc paiL except at the option of the p-r-u subscribing for six months will be ! . r, .,ln, 1. charge 1 05E doli.-iu, uuimj .v CJ.ie inscrt'n. Ttco do. Three do 1 e.-jiure, 2 sqiures, 3 squares, 12 lines I $ 50 $ 75 J.1 00 1 00 1 00 2 Oo 1 50 2 00 3 00 3 months. 6 do. 12 do $1 50 $3 00 $5 00 2 50 4 50 9 00 4 00 7 00 12 00 6 00 9 00 14 00. 10 00 12 CO 20 00 15 00 22 00 35 00 24 lines...

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. — 6 April 1859

Democrat & Sentinel. i cal C. . 3ILRRAY, Editor. 1. C ZAIIM, Publisher. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1850. S. 31. Petteiigill & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State, street. Boston, arc Uie au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sexti- kf.l," and the rrost influential and largest circu- laf.ng newspapers in me l . a ou - u ..nnl.ie Tliov am im r fiivpr( 'i I to contract tor I US at our LOWEST TEEMS. - v,w.....o. 1 j Hones Webster General Newspaper Agent, S. W. Corner Third and Arch Streets, 2d stoi3r, Philadelphia, is duly authorized to contract for advertising and sub- scription for the Democrat & Sentinel. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL, RICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, OF rniI.APEI.PUIA. SURVEYOR GENERAL, JOHN HOWE. OT FRAKKl.fN -COUNTY. rorneys Convention. None of our readers, we are sure, have forgot ten the presidential campaign of 1S5G. It was, perhaps, the most exciting political contest which ever occurred in this country eince the adopti...

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. — 6 April 1859

to rXicaragrua Affairs. .ASfcrsGTON. April 1. It is well under- 1 that tUG VaUlUCl wuJ uav uuut.1 il'W. Kiihioct -of Central Ameri- c,Dsiicrauuu cj3S. . fmm the Commander of tha- James A firm the statements relative to the f-a f0 ?n Nicaragua. nt ev"" P0. .rrmcnt Las column from an 6ffi- Uul b l.,t thrin tho i;th nf-Fehmarv i cp'irce "'- j t. troaties. when that of Sir OuJ' , in ratified. -with -st 'additional r-iit "au u , 'i ,the effect that Nicaragua surrender- it in. traps l !.-lifo AiTor AI ii cn'm trt i .nnf O 'o J " i..,i;tr Troatv was at that time The i'l"3'! j. V , and the Cass-Tnsarri Treaty had P . .fn ted on. r .. govern ruent -will accordingly wait , JTviMfi'mtelliaence before it can act fjTtner iv. ci:lV,f -s reai -i itou is concerned, if , i mMr that Sir Ouseley has tranceded 5U ilatcd its instructions, a formal request pr-J'L vnde of England to disavow his act. 7--es'i4,i not do so voluntary. It is thought l erVr lbat the will carry out in good faith i " i,.raM'ir"-r...

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. — 6 April 1859

Grapes iu a Cold Kc&lon. .The Cultivation and Rijxninj of Grapes for Talle vse.'The q'oesiion Las been often asked, which Is the best method of cultva tine grapes, end how shall wo protect them in the fall from early frosts? Many plana "Lave teen suggested, and some havesucceed rd, tut with great pains and expense to the cultivator. The following plan is one which. I Lave often tried, ond found it to be very tucccssful-: 1st. Prpare the ground by spading to the dpih of from twelve to fifteen inches around :the surface, into a bed, so as to carry off the eurface-water freely. . 21. Use no manure of any description whatever, as it only serves to force the vines into an undue growth, and leaves the wood in the fall tender and unripe. A moderate healthy growth is preferable. 3d. Procure stout, smooth poles, about nine feet long, bore a hole near the top of each cne, set them in the ground where you jish to plant your vines at a depth sufficient 'to "Lave them stand firm, and from si...

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. — 13 April 1859

ILii tifl THE BLESSIKGS OF GOYERXMEST, llKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BS bfSTItiBUTfc ALIKE CPOS THK HIGH AKD THE 10W, THE RICH AND THE POOR. 5Eff SERIES. BBURQ, Pi, . uEBXESDAY, APRIL 13, 18-59. VOL. 6--N0. 2k cnjis: JLf lished every Wednesday Morning at vi- Doilab akd r ifti UBST8 per aiiimm, tieCESTsif not paid within six months, and - f ; .1 in 1 1 x : Tjo DOLLARS U qos Paiu- uul lerxniuauuu if tin year.. , v wioJ than six months, and no subscriber will bo .XX 1UI Cft ClIV'l lVl f : pwtr to discontinue nis paper until an ar- .r,rp ire raid, except at the option oi the "'" ' - i t.-,? a i.riwson subscribing for iix months will be :nrgei ose pollab. unless the money is paid mvYrtislnff Kates. One imert'n. Two do. Three do 12 lineal $ 50 1 '00 1 50 3 months. $1 50 2 50 4 'CO 6 00 1000 rs -eo $ 75 1 '00 2 eo 6 do. $3 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 $1 0 2 Oo S'OC 12 do J5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 00 35 X30 1 iquares, "S quires, f24 lines! 36 lines j gl'meior less. iqsare, 1 1- lines l ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 April 1859

Ocmocrnt & ScntiucK C. I. Ml'RRAY, Editor. . C ZAIIM. Publisher. WEDNESDAY, ATCIIL 13, 1859. S. 31. Fettengill & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agent3 for the "Democrat & Senti nel," and the most influential and Jargest circulating- Newspapers in the United States ani Canadas.' They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest terms. Jones Webster, General Newspaper Agent, S. W. Corner Third and Arch Streets, 2d stoiy, Philadelphia, is duly authorizsd to contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democrat & Sentinel. L DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. 'AUDITOR GENERAL, RICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, . of rniLAPELpniA . SURVEYOR GENERAL, JOHN ROWE. OF FRAXKLIN COUKTT. Excitement versus Ilappiness. It seems impossible for the American People to keep entirely clear, for even a single day, of the whirlpool of excitement. It is seldom that they are released from the excitement of political warfare, or that t...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 April 1859

all j PJ i ;bt 'at ad m- j A- f red ere m, j ?rD : jer j 1 rly J! i t' ! .ml ; Jal- ! in his eai ii V." vs: S3. 93. sl 1 of icat raj iber )0O :& irgfl ;bej the di ti met d tensive Swlndllngr Operatlota. illeeheny Bank, one of our soundest fc.a suffered bv a swindler to the nlltu f'e" 000. The circumstances, so ten ing, 0 have transpired, are as follows: itf , t Friday, 31r, liuii, oi new rnuaaei 0" 1 p11 known to the business men U. r L i lvj . - 'arrived here, in company with a two !l Williams, who had represented sD Hull that he was in possession of $5 9 v,Btern Exchange, -and induced him Partnership with him. They put . he o. Charles iioiei, ana purcnasea yie , r . 1 t si. y Wlla of goods, to be paid for in cash, capture, we at once wended our way to the . nthers tney niauo iuc umu;o wi uepoc, ana, aicer some Hesitation, the iUar- A Ktreet mercoaut, wuu wuuiu mey euai ' ..i e.,mp business. While Hull and I which had been issued bv the. Slauo rVimr;c- u"3 ,n Ins store on featu...

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