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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 November 1859

.SHERIFF'S SALES. V i- r I1C 01 suiieirv . . - C 1 writs i'l rtnamoni sxpo- ic ami Ltcan namm i'i f '.-niu n Flea of Cambria Cuunty an-i t; me 'there will Lc exposed to Public Kale, "L. Court House, in the Borough of Ebens. ? , , ou MONDAY, the 6th day of DECEMBER nS,' at one o'clock, P.M., the following real c-taf tJ wlt : 1 the right, title and interest of Henry uglier of. in and to four lots of ground, s ...it. 111 llie tOWU VI Ul. xiUilUDt-" vitr.i ucni towusa'fs uaniMria county, ihmiiiiiijj lota of having i i,n Zt rbc, John Morris and other: J " .. T...., TT -iiL;a 1 riHll (Tee.eei li otui J ii(tuv .iuvv.ia iiuo 1 frame stable, now in the occupancy of the uiil Il-ury Hut ben . Taken in execution and to U iuU at the suit of William Can & Co. LSO All the ilht", title and interest of br.hain Crttm,of, in and to a tract r.f land, ":tuate in Sumnierhill. township, Cambria coun v :i'liinin lands of Christian Stnay, James Turk 1 llOUKta i. uwu aiiti t.t..-.. vv'iiLiiiiiii mi ni-re...

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 November 1859

Farming as a Vocation. The life of the farmer has ever Lccn con sidered by himself one of toil and drudgery, but with how much reason, may he well to ask, to investigate, and to become satisfied. It is the lot of man in genera! to Lava an oc cupation. If not necessary for a living, it is made a means of obtaining wealth, fame or powor. A few born to weutth, titles, pursue do calling but that of pleasuro. fcuoh bad miserable lives, and of little or no good in the world It is eppointed unto all men to labor. It is necessary to health, strength, couitVrt and happiness. ' Hut to work it is not necessary to guido the plow or harrow, towicld the ax or scythe, sow or reap. There are other kinds of work equally laborious and fatiguing, other occupations more wearing to the system, and attended with less pleasure. In this countrv there arc more men engaged in farming thai, any other occupation, in the rural district?, they constitute a large majori ty of the inhabitants and as a consequence,...

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. — 7 December 1859

a X I Ml tit 1 .-AW .ft : 1 ; r5 a 93 S3 1 THE BLESSINGS OF GOTEENMEST, LIKE THE DEWS "OF HEAVES, SHOCLD BB DISTRIBUTED iALIKE CPOX THZ HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EKH AND TUS TOOB. . ' i NEW SERIES." EBEASBIRG, PL WEDXESDAY,-DECEMBER. 7, 18-59. VOL. 7XO. 2. . ... ..... , . T E R M S: sTEMOCRAT & SEXTIXEL' IS PCB SlP ii.shed every We lnesday Morning at Osa Dollar and Fiftt Cents per annum, piy.ib'e i-i a Ivan??; Osr. Dollar and Seventy Five Cents if not paid within six months, and Two Dollars if not paid until the termination cf the y.ir. Xo subscription will La taken for a shorter peri'i 1 th in six months. and no subscriber will be it liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar rearages are paid, except at the option of the edit jr. . Any person subscribing for six months will be charged ose dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. Oat insert n. Tico do. Three do 1 sqmre, 2 squares, 8 b juares. 12 line?! 24 lines I 36 Hues J $ 50 1 00 1 50 3 months. $1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00...

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. — 7 December 1859

EJentooMt & 0aittncl. C I. 311RRIT, Editor. I. C ZAII.VJ, PubHsSicr. WEDNESDAY. DECEilliEK 7, 1859. S. 31. I'eltengUl & Jo., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are tlic au thorized AienU for the "Dkiiockat & Sexti bel," and the nuMt a fluent ial and largest circu lating Newspapers in the Unitrd States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for us at. our lowest tehms. Jones Webster, General Newspaper Agent, V. Corner Third and Arch Streets, 2dstoiy, Philadelphia, is duly authorizsd to contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democrat & Sxtixel. On last Friday, even handed justice meetel out to John Drown, the punish ment justly due to the double crime of Trea son and Murder, of which a Jury of his Countrymen a few weeks ago convicted hini. He was executed at a quarter past eleven o'closk of that day. We publish all the im portant particulars connected with the execu tion in another column, to which we respect ...

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. — 7 December 1859

mrtb1" European lutellieucc by tUe Steamer turopa. SaCKAilte, N. Ii., Dec. 1 The foreign .patches per Europa. rcveived here by horse express, includes advices to ths 2 Otb It., telegraph to Qaeenstown, at which port'tbe Europa touched oa her voyage. The shin Cora Linn, from New York, for tLe Clyde, stranded near l.otht:ri, on 15th ult., hut got o-f ihe following day the and reached the Uyae. IjA13T, tia. QcBKXrfiowx. Shanghai, Oct. tth The Chinese Government has re- niiated tho treaty with tlie UuitcJ fctales, ,r refusing to open the ports of Swantopola nd Taimau, aa stipulated ia the treaty an Pakis, lvth. INo formal invitation has yet been sent by France to England, but Count Bersigny has been instructed to ar range the preliminary conditions with Lord John Russell. Anstrii and England have both protested against the establishment cf the regency in Italy. The French Prefects are invited to instruct ihe journals to be more circumspect ia their jmzuage towards England. It is stiied ...

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. — 7 December 1859

Tlie Oalry. As an article of profit for ihe farmer, the diry u equalled by few, excelled by none. It is far ia aJvinco of grain-raising; as it is much more cor lain and not exhaustive of the oil. Still it requires strict attention and close management. The surest way for a new be ginner to obtain a good&tockof cows, is to go to a large dairyman, and by prying a good rouud price. Lave the privilege of selection the repaired number. Ia this way he will obtain the best stock, whereas if he buys them one at a place he will be very apt to get a poor animal, as it is human nature to sell the poor est. If he has not rueaas to adopt this me thod, the next best way is to engage of an honorable man the required number of heiffer calves. To have a good pasture is essential. A mixture of timothy and clover is the best grass. The stock should have plenty of clear, running water, not swamp settlings. A few 6 hade trees in the lot will conduce very much to coiii fort in hot days. Have a trough...

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. — 14 December 1859

4 P9' . - . -. Kf &- sd M it iL jr. IE! Ipi if 125 ki: I? ! -a IS iff tt : t Mr 13 r- TUB CtESim Oi" OOtBVUiST, Ui ll-ii EL.WS O? Il-Y.J, StiGCLO ' SS D-STail-'CTia. AT..KK CJo TUii ITIGU id It'Tl I." n , Ti.i; iiiClI AN'ii 'il-l.' .- 3. VOL. 7 .10. 3. SEW SERtisS. EBEXSBliRG, Pi. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 18-50. -SHIP FS ill 3 " I,;fl & ?5 Z FhE:.:oci:AT skxtixel' is pce- j Iicliii ercrv YTedtiOad.iv Morning at per annum. i'ivjs C.;r if n pM .vith ihlu six months, ami yT DiLnii: ujI pi; J the termination mi' t. vir. j ., .... . . . -".tw.-- : -'i i r , ,,! u:r tue stulross, c:: 1 ewn Ks so:t tones bad -xo m i ;iT.a.uj Vf4ii Le taken fjr & siiortci ; ,. , . .' . . . . 7 , I ,ri.J tL r.i afs RjTitSa. and no subsrriber w ill be j not 'Iss'urte.i the revenea cf fair Aiay Uoo t ii baity :;. .li.i-jontiuaa Lis paper until all ar- j rt 'iIje wWe v.hitones-s nyall- .roira7i ra paiJ, cxt-pt at the option ot the j eu the Lcta'.y of rij'ijw.Ij which clapped J'.fcjr. her Jt-'icate fl...

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. — 14 December 1859

V emocrni BwtiucL C. 1. MURRAT, Editor. D. C Z A II 31. Publisher. tional rights of the South The North was becoming less and less Democratic, and the South stronger and stronger Democratic, and the lime would soon couie when the great majority of the people would be Republi can. We do not publish the above for the pur pose of placing Senator Douglas in an unfa- 1 vorable position before the public, but mere ly in order that our readers may understand any developement connected with the matter, that may hereafter be made Although we are not one of his admirers, we have no dispo sition to do hiui the slighest injustice. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1S59. 5. 31. 1'ettenglll &. to., Advertising Agents, 113 .Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street. IJoston, are the au thorized Agent for the 'Dkmocbat & Sexti eel," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the LniUu btates anl PROCEEDINGS OF COURT. A large number of cases were disposed of in the Court oF Qua...

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. — 14 December 1859

Overland Mall t ..1-12 December 7. Tbe Overland with California dares to the 14th ult , i.u.n received. The news' is meagre V?ntuCe"dvices to the 10th had been The revenue cutter Jeff. Davis arid- , . , -j. . i . Victoria On me ectuuu ui nuicuiuvt, Scott trnved at Victoria do the J, cjfUt the papers do not state whether he ;flrview with 'Douglas!'" 'The Victo- Pi-ttte of the 10th says that the United aVe troops, WUU iuc fJkuvjmuu ui k'Vt's c .uipany, naa Dcen wunurawn iroui V l.tr nnier of Gen. Scott. nfiu I'rOVOSl ami omcers, ui lue jm- -i :- Sitaiite. visited ueneral ocott tn visitcd General Scott Sll.l- ' ,k , . ... - I i ., steamer uassacuusetts, wciie in haibor of an J'n General Scott left ictori previous-to the 10th. for Port Town ,., to take the steamer Nor'herner for San ra0cic where he would await turtuer m- Accounts from the Frazer River mines are ii 1. nni-1 rt.i nmt fiirii thmiciaml Lyr!l01C. '.HO uuimivu ....... " - J---.-. liars in gold was exported- truiu icturia arin...

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. — 14 December 1859

Vilei l3isr I'nrni stocii 25orsrs. i The cart of bis JV'i.f-stio animals is among . the Grit Ii !ipr:ia!ittf and the continuity of ; the- winter Lo:s cf the farmer, lie muit to , "cu h-sad," fs:-!v nt. life, ir, the stab' and fctcek-rari h-.Tnt, he-.p, r.fine an I poultry ! look to him fur food .-rtd protc-cti a. A eoa- : veJerable p'.'iti ja of the warmer seai-ru is em- ; pV-yed in jirr-pifl'12 ih-ir winter uttii-:uc In euhiv ning end harvesting a supply of ! fuuJ agrd'a-i lite ioc.eni-Koy -el Trir.ter. I'll-' j cat- is a 5ean of i?iga"t!i-erifig, the ft he cf j scattering abroad; youth, u! fcujuor hoards, , that aged winter miy con-Doie, aud it is thus j ia r1! the varied eoaeerus of iife, if wisely or- j dered. The latter sras.ju' is now upon tho farm" i La supply gathered with so much 1 are and Hbor, .n'l-t now be giyeti out to iris dependant, frcm cay to day, and froni Lour to hour, as their nceti.-Vuiej rciiutre. A wise economy ia the ciro of stock is of the tirst importance, ...

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. — 21 December 1859

mm: f rif JS3 iCi THE ELrSSTXGS OF" GOVE3XMEXT, LIKE .THE DEWS CF IIEAVtX, SHOULD US DISTEIBTTTED LICE CTC-li THE HIGH AJO) THE LOW. TEE tTICH M)'tuE POOE. SEW SERIES. EBEiXSBllG, PI. WEBXESWT, DECEMBER 21, 1859. VOL. T SO. 4. ! JJJ' ' ""' 'J " a 111 f? :M :H i J "(By -H y I ill i I J 1 1 a i a - a -.q i 1 bo r J: TERM S: - . a ' T T x- r- T 1 TO PUB- j !i.ihji evtry We I ncs.l.y M rnSn? at ,-g Djllvr and t iftt Lests per annum. ;rtb'e ij l;vncc; One Dollar and Sevextt ! : CE:;ti if n t paid within six mouths, and ro D f.r.AR.? if not paid until the termination j th ve.ir I Xo subscription will be taken for a shorter ioid thin six months, and no subscriber will be : iibcrtv I discontinue his paper until all ar- r??'ij are piiJ, except at the option ol the iit.-T. Auv person subscribing for ix months will be srjcJ o.vr. p iLL.vn, unless the money is paid Slates. Out insert'n. Tico do. Hires do liTlineoj ... $ 50" ' 75 2 J lines 1 00 1 00 lines j 1 50 - 2 00 3 niorths. 6 di. 41 o 00 0...

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. — 21 December 1859

J SDeiuocrrJ & BimtiucL C. I. 31 Unit AT, Editor. D. C Z AII.H. Publisher. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1S59. S. 31. I'ettengill & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sexti hel," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Cm vlas. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest terms. Jones Webster, General Newspaper Agent, S. W. Corner Third and Arch Streets, 2d stoy, Philadelphia, is duly authorize! to contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democrat & Sextixel. The Past and the Future. Although we never endorsed its principles, we believe that the death of the Whig Party was an inauspicious event for our country. It differed, widely differed, from the Demo crat Party with regard to certain principles affecting the Administration of the General Government, but it was a thoroughly Nation al party. It contended manfully fo...

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. — 21 December 1859

th eir - : i PRESIDENTIAL, VOTE. As a matter of reference, and also to show tLe immense increase in the popular veto of the Union 10 the last thirty years, we give the following table of the Presidential elect ions from 1828 to 185G, inclusive. It will be seen that the rote has nearly quadrupled ) that time : 1823 Jackson, G50.il 43 Adams, 512,475 Aggregate vote, Jackson over A lams, Jackson Clay Wirt. Aggregate vote, 1.1C2.418 139, 4C8 1832 707,217 328,561 254.720 1,290,498 Jackson over Clay & Wirt, 123,936 Van Buicn, 764,895 Harrison, White, Webster, 733,123 1830 Aggregate. Van Buren over all, Harrison, -Van Buren, liirney. )840 1.274,777 1,128,708 7,5000 Aggregate vote, 2,410,935 IIarrinn over Van IJu-on, 145,059 Over all, Polk, Clay, Uirney Aggregate vote, 138. 509 IS 14 -1 o o 5,536 1.297.145 62,229 2.694,770 Polk ever Clay, 38,321 Clay and liirr-ey ever Polk, 23,90a 1848 Tavlor, Caw, Van Buren Aggregate vote, 1.371,g55 1.22';217 291,85a 2.S86.030 Taylor over Ca, 149.733 Ca...

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. — 21 December 1859

s- Hov;Coslicn Butter Is made. Mr. Deanistou, a practical butter maker, tell", in the following brief description, how the celebrated Gosheu butter is made: The cellar where the milk is kept should be cool, well ventilated and cieau. The milk outfit to be strained luto pans containing ten er twelve quarts each. If the weather is very warm, the pans ought to be set on the cellar bottom otherwise on shelves The milk ought not to be churned till it becomes thick or loppered the milk and cream are then churned together Some dairymen .kim off the cream and part of the milk, and churn that, but the Goshen butter is churned from the milk and cream The churn used is the common "dasher churn." driven by dog, horse or hand power, accordiug to the size of the dairy. The churn may be half or two thirds full with unit; and a pailful of cold wa ter added before starting the churn. In cold weather, warm water is put in Tho chur ning should be with a slow, regular usolion and to make good solid but...

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. — 28 December 1859

1 . " .v js. . -N X-V- ; ' k .A -V , fl!r .A l! ! y .in ii ' ri it i THE BLKSaixai'or GOVEBNMEST, LIKE THE PETTS Or HEAVES; SJuOCLD BKDUTEWUTEO ALIKE trroa TBS HIGH AkVtBS IOwYTHB BICB-AS1 THE POOB. EBEXSBtRG, PA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1859. VOL. .7 SO. 5- SEW SCsliES. T E R .11 S s6YEMOCitT & SENTINEL IS PUB- 2 9 iishetl cvcrv We.lnos.Liv Morninz at TK-6 Dollar axd FrFTT Cexts per annum, r i-Mb'e ia advance; Ose Dollar and Sevestt Vive Cei's if nt paid within six months, and t D-'Llars if not p.tid until the termination of tlie year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter jieri'.I tlia-i six months, ami no subscriber will be liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar--ear.iges are paid, except at the option of the Aiiv p?rson subscribing for sin months? will he riiiarged one dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising- Rates, One interCn. Tiro do. Three do 1 square, 12 lines) $ 50 $ 75 $1 00 2 spares, 21 lines j- - 1 CO 1 00 ? On 5 -'j-.nre.s fas lines 1 50 2 00 S 00...

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. — 28 December 1859

si moctzl & Bnxtiucl. in C. L. 9IURR.iT, Editor. D. C ZAII3I, Publisher. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1659. S. 31. letteiigill & Co., 'Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New- York, ami 10 State street, Uoston, are enc au thorized Agents for the "Demochat & Skxti kki. tli. most, influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for US at OUr LOWEST TEKJ1S. Tfs TiY hklrr. Ganeral Newspaper Agent, S. . Corner Third ...wi a sitroi ts. 2.1 stoiv. Philadelphia, is duly authorizM to contract for advertifing and sub scription for the Democrat & SesxistL. GOIXG ! GOXE ! ! It U not a little gratifying to know, that the Democratic -party ii at lcrjgtli effectually rid of the Traitors, Hickman of Chester and Schwartz of Berks. They both when they took their scats in Congress at the commence ment of the present session, professed to be j democrats, and many of their friends asserted -that they would assist in electing ...

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. — 28 December 1859

with the previous statement, an increase 10 the cash on hand of about 5,200,000 francs, ind decrease in the bills discounted and not d of about 15.C00.UUU francs. . The pacibc policy towards Jngiana ap- nears to ba making progress. At a grand municipal banquet in Paris the 'Prefect of l - .. ' the Seine spoisc iu a ery euiogisic manner of the new pacific era on which he said France had entered. The Paris correspondent of the London Daily jeics ceuics mat eittier the .army-pr any other constituted body m France has eith er the desire or the power, in the slightest degree, to force the hand of the Executive, . and urge on war with England against tho re l wish of the Fmperor. - Austria. Tne pretentions of the Hungar ians are lepresented to be on the increase. An impression prevailed among leading men that the restoration of the Constitution would not suffice, unless its maintenance was guar anteed by the Powers. Tho ultramontaue journals of the Tyrol assert that any attempts of the Go...

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. — 28 December 1859

Advuutajres of alvcritig tlie Soil. Tiie cffjcts of Pulverizing or soil are ! unierous: stirring the 1. It gives fre-i scp to tbe roots o f vege- tabtrs; J they b'Cimc iu re fibroin in a l-oso lb in in hard soil, by which the mouths or p'rt-es become ci we rri.ncroufl, and Fuch fMi as is in tb. soil lias a better chauce of being sought after and taken by them. 2. It admits the atmospheric air to the spongioid of the roots without which no plaLt nan make a healthy growth. 3. It increases the capillary attraction or sponge lil'e property of soils, by which their humidity is rendered more uniform; and iu a hot season it iucreases the deposit of dew, and admits it to the roots. 4. It increases the temperature of tho soil in the srriug, by aiuiitiiLg the warm air and tepid rain. 5. It increase the supply of organic food. Tho atinosphere.coaUins carbonic acid, am luonia. and uitris acid, all iust. powerful fertilizers and sol vents. A loose soil attracts and condenses thetu. Rain and dew ...

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 January 1860

X HI A n !Z3 t I K- ill II li THE BLESSINGS OF fiOVIRNKEXT, LIKE THK PETS OF HKAVEJf, SIIOCLB EB DISTRUSTED ALIKE VTO'S- THE II1GII AND TI1E LOW, THE EICH AKD TIl4 POOB. i SEW SERIES. TERMS: ' rkEMOCRAT & SENTINEL' IS PUB-j J every Wo lnesd iv Morning at, 0'E Djllar and Fifty Cents per annum, ' piv-iMeia alvanrc; Ovk D ts.AR asdSevestt Fivk Ck" r.s if n t p iid within six months, ami j To I) li. vr.s if uot p.iid until the termination j of th year. ' j S s Vusrriptioii will be taken for a shorter refill than six months. a:d no subscriber will he at at iHicrtv to di-coritisme hi pnner until all ar- : :iro j' -.id, except at the option ot the I edit- 4 . t, r . ; ,..4 1,- tt i k 'clarjcil one dollar unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. Oiie insert n. H'ito do. Tl.rr Jr. 1 s(v.are, 2 s pures, S squares, 12 line 21 lines Co lines , J f,0 1 00 1 oO S nr.' ntli';. $1 50 2 r.o 4 00 C 00 io oo io 0" Si o 1 00 2 00 tl 00 Oo A.--v t lines cr !?ss. 1 s ir'.re, f 12 lines j 2 - i'-.:...

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 January 1860

7 4 i .. . f C. If. 3IIJRR.iT, Editor. D. C ZAII3I. Publisher. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 4, I860. Ss. Jl. Pettenffill & to.; Advertising Agents. 119 Nassau Street, New York, ami 10 State street. Boston, are the au thorized Azents for tlie "Democrat & Sksti- If el," and the most influential and largest circu lating Xcwsnaners in the Unitfd States ani Ginadas. They are empowered to contract for cs at our lowest terms. Jones Webster. , General Newspaper Agent, S. W. Corner Third and-Arch Streets, Ldstoy, Philadelphia, is duly authorized to contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democrat & fctSTiseL. Cold Weather. The woather has been in tensely cold since, last . Friday. On Sunday morning the Thermometer stood 8 degree be low zero, and on Monday 5. But Tuesday gave us quite a change. Sleighiog on all our roads is excellent. A large number of our eitizens are now actively engaged in filling their ice houses with ice, procured from Wil liam's dam in the. vicinity of town...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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