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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 22 June 1859

4 rrom Washington. Washington, June 10. The Secretary of tho Treasury gives notice JDC rnnosals will bo given until the F-.,f f.ir tLe issue of any portion, or - hole of five millions dollars in Treasury tte ; exchange for the gold coins of the tha mithoritv of the acts of l" '3 of 1S57 and 1859, the interest not CCgcced 6 per centum per annual. The re w.e?. of the Treasury for tho week ending tfmdav last, amounted to $293,000 ; 4 ft S-574'000- addition to the twelve army officers, e names have heretofore been published, c Cooke, of the dragoon, and Col. Thayer li,P corps of -engineers, have obtained per- -,n from the War Department to go wni tte U. S. They will visit Europe to Jcrve tLe military operations going on at th The tcwira Fulton and Water Witch will , rtv be despatched to the Gulf of Mexico, joJ he Home Squadron will be further ic- "cn'a"' Washington, June 13. The Secretary of tho Navy, by order of , prudent has named the purchased ves- j; respectfully .Mystic, Wyandott, ...

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 June 1859

r IIow to lioe Corn. TVJiftn T was & bo, and first went into the field to hoe corn, I was quite puzzled to know what my father meant, when he directed us to be sure and "hoe where the corn wasn t. Bat after following him for a few days, and noticing the pains he took to have all the ground heticeen the hills well stirred as well as the weeds cut up, and particularly when 1 saw how careful be was not to disturb the ground deeply very near the young plant, I understood his meaning. In a long ac quaintance with com I have observed enough to make me think he was right. Tho weeds must be cut up root and branch to have good corn, that's certain, and the ground must be kept lose enough to let tho heat get in, and the moisture pass up from below, and to al low the spreading roots to make their way easily through the soil in search for good picking. But I've seen many slash away with tho hoo close around the stalk, when every cut there if two inches below the sur face, must have broken 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. — 29 June 1859

' -- ' -- 1 - 1 m! El i THE BLESS I KG 3 OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALI2E LPOS TUB HIGII AND TIIE 1,0 W, THE BIC?H A"N1 TI1K TOOK. SERIES. EBENSBCRC, Pi., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 18-59. Vol. g xo. 32. 1 r . T C R n 8: kEMOCRAT & SENTINEL' IS rUB- lislied every Wednesday Morning at 0- Doll.vf. asp r ifty CT5XT3 per annum, pavable in a lvar.ee; OxaTjoLLAn. and Sevextt Five Cents if not paid within six months, and T,vi) Dollars if not prd until the termination 0f tlm year. X ) subscription will he taken for a shorter period than six months, and no subscriber will be at liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar rearages are paid, except at the option of the editor. Any person subscribing for six months will be charged Ose dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rales. One inserfn. Two do. Tliree do 1 square, I2Iii.es 2 squares, 24 lines S squares, ( S6 lines squares fl lines or less. 1 square, ("12 lines I 2 cqnares 24 lines 3 squares, 30 line...

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 June 1859

u democrat & Smlmtl. C. D. MIRH4T, Editor. D. C ZA1I3I. Publisher. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1859. s. 91. I'ettengiU & -'., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Apents for the "Democrat & Sexti hel," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canadaa. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest tebms. Jones Wbstcr, General Newspaper Agent, S. W. Corner Third end Arch Streets, 2d stojy, Philadelphia, is duly authorized to contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democrat & Sentinel. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL, RICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, of rniLAPELrniA. SURVEYOR GENERAL, JOHN ROWE. OF FRANKLIN COUNTY. SENi TOR. AUGUSTIN DURBIN, ofMunster Township, (Subject to the Decision of Vie Senatorial Con ference.) DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. ASSEMBLY. DANIEL L1TZINGER, of Chest Springs. 1'ROTIIONOTARY. JOSEPH M'DONALD, of Ebcnsbxirg. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. PHILI...

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. — 29 June 1859

L Tbe Texas Harvest. , rter from Texas, of the 20th ult, says: of OUr IarmerD uic autauj guncu their . i 1 f.1I wheat; ana tnc spring wneai, h is coming on finely, will be ready for u bv the middle of June. Regarding flC&lB J m . . , , .lift. 1 uunt of the yieia, auuui uueeu or iweu Ibasbeis io .u - -- - -e, r the'y make ort bushels to ln acfejo e corn that was not damaged by the frost lroiaV lltaSSIC, ana srowmgimunuusij. htta. corn IS ivnowig "jr iiu Ulje D'' reaaJ ,or vCTiiug u.uuui me - nart i'f AUSUSi uur average jricm per Iter t ... fi V. t.m-lifdsj nn tViA Kdtlnin lnttd 0 IS .J, , , thirty bushels on me upianus ; seventy -tusbcls per acre ; throughout ao entire is cot uncommon, in favorable seasons, ur ioiJ bottom lands." ittavvtcd , fVp 1 -th iust., bv the Ucv. J. l'otis, Mb. r . "Tt MiunnrT Hat t a vt 1rYfc.LL., L mi" ' - i - i . t - a cf White toxrnsliip, imoria uoumy. Tu. In this place oh Thursday the '23 J , Mrs. Riuhel M'Donald aged 77 years. ;e deceased was a since...

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 June 1859

June Planted Com. The American Agriculturist for Jane saj: "Some , good farmers purposely delay tha rprincipal corn plantiog until about the Urst of June;" that "when planted late the ground is warm and quickly germinates tba seed, 5tartin it at once into a vigorous growth 'that soon overtakes and goes ahoal of the earlier plauL'd." They also agree that one Loeiog 'K-etveu by late working of the soil," Had 1 seen the foregoing assertions thus endorsed by almost any other agricultural paper, I should have felt moved to notice it ; tout as the American Agriculturist is one of the elite of the agricultural press, whose opin ions always pass for sound doctrine, and its responsible editor, Orange Judd, is one of those masterly men whose faith is evinced 'by his daily work, not in a New York garret, "but on his own beautiful Long Island farm, Sna "paper ought to be the lsst thus to stultify the tarry-behind-hand farmer by such a com mendation of late planting as this! For mor than thirty ...

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 July 1859

1 if- HI HI - U !4 4 THE BLESSINGS OF' &tT7EBXMEXT, LfKE THS DEffS OF HEAVES, SHOCXD BB BISTBXBSTElj ALIKE tfOS TUB HIGH AND TI1X LOW; THE Bid 'A.ST THE POOR. 1 II r 0 SERIES. TEH91 S: IlltsheJ every Wednesday Morning at LVrrv ' v:Ta nor annum i,?v.irce: One Dollab and Sevestt fvsw if "ot Paul wilin Sl3t months, and (EH )i.LAr.s if not paid until the termination 1 - W.1 1" .. .:.i,c,;nt nn-v-'.H ue ias.cn lor biiurici II .... . . ,1 1 9"l"k" i i :v :niu, i tlian six raontns. aim nuuui.iiu m" "iberty to discontinue his paper until all ar-a-w are paid, erccret -at the optida of the or. .,y person subscribing for six rl OSE DOLLAR. UlllcSS the months vrVil he money is paid .ivrtuiic Rates. fi,it insert'n. Two do. Three do snare, 12 lines I 50 $ 1 2 G $3 4 7 9 12 22 $1 2 3 12 $5 9 12 14 20 00 00 00 ares, 1 CO 1 50 months. $1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 00 00 lo. 00 50 00 00 00 00 do 00 00 00 rc or less. ,,Ure, f 12 lines mns, '2i lines 1n.in's.6 lines 00 00 00 f a column. AH adver...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 July 1859

u fltanocrot & 0tnttnd. C. r. MI RRAT, Editor. D. C ZAI13I. Publisher. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. 1859. S. M. 1'ettcngill & to., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Skxti NEL," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and 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 authorized to contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democbat & Sentixel. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL, ' RICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, of rniLAPELPrriA. SURVEYOR GENERAL, JOHN ROWE. OF fraxklin cocxtt. SENiTOR. AUGUSTIN DURBIN, ofMunsler Township, (Subject to the Decision of ' the Senatorial Con ference.) - m DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. ASSEMBLY. DANIEL LITZINGER, of Cheat Springs. TROTIIONOTARY. JOSEPH M'DONALD, of Ebensburg. DISTRICT ATTO...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 July 1859

M .tinea la V. in Ka: to u"1: VTtOn CALIFORXIl AXD TUG . ISTHMUS. Arrival of the Moses Taylor. The Treaty with Nicaragua. ew York, June 2G. The steamship Moses Taylor has arrived, with California passengers and the mails of the 6th inst. he left Aspi&wall on the 19th. The passen eers, COO in number, have made the trip in nineteen days and twenty-two hours. The Moses Taylor has on board 2,541, 000 iu gl- ane principal consignees are ss follows; Wells Farg & Co $351,000 ; mcrican Exchange Uauk, $180,000 ; W, c fleuian, $93,000; Duncac Sherman, SU3.000 ; Freeman & Co 120,000 ; Richard Patrick, 70,000; James Patrick, 95, t Strauss & Bros, $S3,000. Tha steamship iY asliiogtoa arrived at 1'anaxa on the 11th inst., and sailed the sext d;y for San Francisco. The United States frigate Roanoke, and sloop of war St. Louis, were at Aspiuwall, and the sloops Vacdalii tul l Mary's at Panama. Guatemala. A Convention has been gizncJ, regulating the boundaries between Guatemala and H...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 July 1859

Horse Feeding-. The Xiondon Omnibus Company 'have Te rently made a report -on the feeding of horses which discloses come interesting facts. It oema that tke'Company use no loss than 6000 horses ; three thousand 'Of 'ihis number hare for their feed bruised oats and cut buy and -etraw, and the other three thousand get wWe 'oats and Lay The'loane according to the first system was -bruised oats, sixteen pouads; cut hay, -e even and a half pound? , -cut strac, two and a half .pounds. rbe a? lowance 'according to the second unbruised oats, nineteen .pounds-; uncut hay, thirteen pounds tine 'bruised oats, cut hay and out -etraw amounted to twenty-six pounds, and the unbruised oats, -fcc, to thirty-two pounds. The horse which had 'bruised oats with cut 'uay and straw, consumed twenty-six 'pounds iper day," and it appears it could do the work s .well andas'kept ia as good condition as fho horse which received thirty-two pounds jper day. Here was a saving of six pounds Ter day on the feeding ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 July 1859

aTwyTrrjrTiaiir-iTiin-Mnf in n II TUB ELEFSrjTGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOVLD IB DISTRIBUTED ALtKK TTFOX TIIK HIGH ASD THE LOW, THE ETCH. AKI) TH POOB. k SERIES. EBENSBI1RG, PJ.; WEDNESDAY JILY 18, 1859 VOL. 6 NO. -K i i " " vnrri i r'-fiiini-r-- aac:r3r!rr. if f-t it til in v e r n s: kEMOCR-VT & SENTINEL' IS rUB- li'-hed every Wednesday Morning at ll.ifM. AN1 1"" c.ia I'd tssTsii n'-i .. . r . Political 'liars il" oot P11 until the termination it nwit'is. and no subscriber will bo 1 1 ' . . " . ii -v 1 1 discontinue paper unui an nr--'sre pai l, except at the option of the ribin for six months will be paid Advertising Kates. On; t i.i-.'rJ'rt. 2'ico do. Three da 1 SO i 75. il 00 1 t0 1 00 2 1 60 2 00 S 00 3 momns. h iio. n no (1 50 3 00 5 00 2 50N 4 tO 9 00 4 00 7 00 12 00 6 00 0 00 14 00 10 CO 12 00 20 00 15 00 12 00 S5 00 levts mist be marked with i us (b'sirecl, or they will bo d. ar.d charged nrccrdin&Iv. rJ l Mil i .i . : . v'ose pou.Mi. unless I lie...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 July 1859

V'v 3 .JDtmocrai & Smtincl. in m C. I. MURRAY, Etlltor. I. CJ ZAJIM, Publisher. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1859. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL, KICIIAIIDSON L. WRIGHT, . , OF rnir-AT'ELPlJIA. BURVEYOK GENERAL, JOHN ItOWE. OF FKANKLIK COCXTT. SEXi TOR. AUGUSTIN DUIIBIN, of funster Tinenship, (Sufjccl to the Decision of the Senatorial Con ference.) DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. ASSEMBLY. DANIEL LITZLNGER, cf Chesi Springs. TROTHOXOTARY. JOSEPH M'DONALD, ofEbensburg. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. nilLir S. NOON, ofEbensburg. TREASURER. JOHN A. BLAIR, cf Ebensburg. COMMISSIONER. 1). T. STORM, of Richland Township. CORONER. JAMES S. TODD, ofEbensburg. AUDITORS. 0 FORGE C. K. ZAIIM, (3 years, T. 15. MOORE, (2 years. TOORIIOUSE DIRECTOR. REES J. LLOYD, of Cambria Totcnship. COUNTY SURVEYOR. S. D. TRYCE, ofEbensburg. I'rr mature Fears. Several of our Democratic exchanges have recently contained ably written cditori al ar ticles, with regard to the National Convention of the party which will assemb...

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. — 13 July 1859

lite Great rialTrlp Description I f the lojaseGrcat Reception of die Kxcurttonlsth. Trov, N. IV, JIy 4. The balloon At lantic landed yesterday at two o'clock at Hen derson, Jefferson county. The four voj-a-prrs arc all well, and -on their way to New York city. The Daily Whig learned from lr. (lager, one of tho passengers by the At lantic, who arrived in Troy this morning, the following particulars: On Saturday at Lalf-past oue 0,dock, St. Louis time, we Wc:o abreast of Rochester over Lake Ontario, Vucn the altidude was changed on an increase c the wind, which was blowing a perfect hur ricane, unaccompanied by ram, The sup of gas was small, and consequently the falioon did not reach an altitude sufficient to nhec it above the storm. The vessel was im iiediatdy headed for shore. When the storm was at its highest the vessel was not more than tbout thirty 1ct above the level of the lAc. We reached land in a few seconds in it0 tHvn of Henderson, Jefferson county, with n!1- nanus on board...

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 July 1859

Rhubarb Wine How to make it. Some time Jsince we published a notice of wine made from pic-plant or rhubarb. It Las been tasted bv a. Tiumfur of mind iudffCS. J v O ' who did not know its source, and pronounced a very fair sample of pale sherry. It certain ly did resemble that wine both in appearance and taste. Tt not only deceived wine-drinkers Lcre, Lot a sample sent to Cincinnati, was tasted ly wen skilled in the art of tast ing wines ard detecting adulterations, and called a good sample of American sherry, enly wants age to be excellent Uasiog an opinion upon our judgement, re have and f:o pronounce -it as much superior, as a beverage, to half the costly wines sold in this city, as pure otard brandy is superior to "fighting rum," such as is manufactured in New York, and which in its turn manufac tures demons cut of human beings. Now rince mankind will have something stimula ting and fince it is fashionable for all who can afford it, to drink wine, and since a very abundant quanti...

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 July 1859

1 I V Jf . ' ; THE ELESSIXGS OF GOVEUXMEST, LIKE TIIE DEWS OP HEAVES', SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE CPOX THE HIGH ASD THE LOW, THE RICH iXU THE roOR. fa SERIES. EBEXSBl'RG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1859 Y6L. M8. 35. ' ' 1 1 1 " ... . ... "t T K U 31 S : 0 SKMINEI IS PUB- U.-hod ovrry Wednesday Morning at ; !n,.iH .ira rinv tKSTS per annum, ib!e ia advance; One Dollar and Skvkxtt . ( t:isil" n- t paid within six months, and j ;u.Ar.s if not &i until tho termination Vfr. ; . siilwriptl-in will be taken for a shorter ti mx months, n 1 n subscriber will be ;i!rr:v t Ji"'atinne his paper until all ar s'arj except at the option oi the r. vp. r- !i s'lWcr'.' 'vz f'r six months will be 1 os i: imu.a".;, ua'ass t'1 money is paid 4Irif Jiii?r Rate. vy t'' c insert' n. Two da. Thri 1 0'.-. 2 0 3 00 12 do 15 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 Oo So 0o .ares, 24 lines ire-. I 3t hues 1 00 1 50 months. 1 i0 2 50 4 00 r; o 1 00 00 do. 13 4 7 12 r- 00 50 00 00 00 00 Inline , "i'i 1 1 no- lo oo 15 00 tr- A. ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 20 July 1859

1,- SJemocr.Tl & gfntigcL manner as the nativo-Arnorier.n citizen to whom I liavc referred. In tLe language of the late Mr. l.Iarcy, ia his letter of the lOih January, 1851, to Mr. Jackson then our charge d'alTairs to Vienna, when speak- inr AfTniisi"'ii ense. "every nation, wherever its laws arc violated by any one owing obedience to j js in that tttatc, and is constantly engaged in them, whether he be a citizen or a stranger, nas acnounciu.r Nesro slavery and .slaveholders, lie Ccj- The Abolition candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court cf Ohio was a slaveholder m Mississippi aloiit fifteen ycar3 ago. He Fold his slaves at auction before emigrating to Ohio, llo is now one of the leaders cf the ultra Abolition- C. S. MURRAY, Editor. 1. tJ ZAIIM, rubllslier. a right to inflict the penalties incurred upon the transgressor, it' found witliin his jurisdiction." This principle is too well established to a. unit 01 serious controversy, If one of oar rcifive or naturalized citizens we...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 20 July 1859

ircbas i n iiiiimnTHi-rnif w wi lutcrf Hns I'Cllcr on I lie n atural ization ueMioii. IJi-fciviico Laving lecu uiaJc to the eourso rn. J lv Mr. FillMoiik's Administration j.ursue relation to naturalized American citizens J return to tLcir native Louies, we publLsh oU tins subject, tLe recorded opiuions of pisiEii Wk!s?tku and Edwakd Everett, il-U uf wLoin was Secretary of State during tint Administration : Eii,vt. Mr. neosu-r Co Jjnacio Tolea, 1 X Y. Dei'autment of State. "1 Washington, June 25, 1852. j" The respect paid to any passport grunted Lv this Department to a naturalized citizen, flTIUCrlV a SUUjeJUli Ul U'iilU, Will UC'pVUU UIIUU flp laws CI mat couuiry ia relation to tne jccuue ltd autuority oy as native-oora . i i "t . miL'k-cts. it tuat vjroverumeui recognizes tuc tMit oi U3 subjects iu uciiauuuauzo lucm-g-fves, and assimilate with the citizens of v:hor countries, the usual passport will be a Mi'Hiiicut safeguard to -ou ; but if allegiance tj the Crown of Spain may not ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 20 July 1859

i 4 Ploughing by Mm. Illinois appears to be takiug the leal of rthcr elates in agricultural progrcssneness. A priza of iJO.otJ has been placed at thj tlisposal of ita iftatc Agricultural Society for the best steam plow, and from a circular .nt us, we learn that a company has been lornied in the city of Chicago, with a capital .f o0,O00, for introducing into practical .jso, the traction locowotivo rotary tiller of Tils. Kiddy. This subject is by no means a new one, nMvjttJgh btit little attention has been given to it cntil within two or three years past. We will endeavor to present some itifoma- lion, f-nowing what nas zircaay octu uuc by other; to that the grotrnd may be better tinders tood than it now is. KnglauiJ has been tLo experimental farm Tor steam ploughing, efforts having been uiade twenty-seven years ago to reclaim.and cultivate Chat Moss by steam machinery. An engins stationed at one end of a plot of laud, was employed to drag plows through the soil by means of rones pars...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 July 1859

Ti T, 1 i I l . I IB I i 1 i s .:,: I I a 1 a i 1 r I TIIE BLESSINGS OF GOYEBXMEXT, I.IKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SEOUI.D EE DISTRIBUTED T-TEE CPOS THE HIGH AXD THE LOW, THE EICT AK1 THE POOR. EBEXSB11RG, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1859 VOL. 36. lEff SERIES TBUSIS: 4 M. . uiVTrvrr i to tititi II iwhed every Hodncsday Cen-ts .Alt j six months, and n t paid until the termination be taken for a shorter Morn in? at !p i i llv.r.i 'e; use d 'ular and oevexty i'.--cy if n t l within p !.'.. r.3 it" v'';ir- c"i!,N-rioti in will -1 .-ix months, aud no subscriber will be tv t ilihontuiuo his paper until all ar- vu-p ruid. escort at the option of the nersm subscribing for six months will be 'on-b dollar, unlcs? the mot. y is paid Advertising Ratc. (tut iwrrfn. Tiro do. Three do Select fJoetvin Tin-: DAISY. BY MARY RANKIN. (J J lines j !;;; Wr.cs , jL'l iilK" !vrti-T.v-vf , f In-crti-'i's - 1 f-irliil. $ CO 1 00 1 so months. $1 CO 2 :o 00 00 00 00 -t bo t 4 6 If! V1W lit 1 00 2 00 G lo. ;3 00 4 50 7...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 July 1859

ON h n .1 J. C. J. 31URRAT, Editor. I. C ZAIIM, Publisher. moment, and a general war 'with all ifs horror must ami' will ere long take i Iacc. The crte.rse f Louis Xapolcon in signing the Treaty of 'Peace is unanimously condemned by the London press. The British government has evidently lost all confidence in the Emperor of France. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1S59. S. 31. I'ettcnglll & to., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Uoston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Senti nel," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest terms. Jones YFcbster, General Newspaper Agent, S. "NY. Corner Third and Arch Streets, 2d stoy, Philadelphia, is duly authorized to contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democrat & Sentinel. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL, RICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, of rnu.Ai'ELrniA. SURVEYOR GENERAL, JOHN RO WE,...

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