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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 4 January 1860

LUL 11 lectins ot the ' Democratle State .. .Central Committee. The Democratic State Central Committee of this -Bute met at the Merchant Hotel, Philadelphia, on Tuesday. Dec. 20-, The Chairman stated the object of the meet ing. ni suggested that the fourth of March . came on Sunday, and a change in the time of holding the State Convention was neces- ' iary- - - - v. Mr. Sanderson, ".of Lancaster, moved that ? tha State Convention meet 'on Wednesday, -Fefcruarj ,29th, 1860. : " Mr- K-esaler, of Berks, seconded the mo tion, and it was carried. - MiV-'KessIer waved that the Convention meet in the city of Reading; eecoudud. and after an iaterchange of opinion ad'p ed. The Chairman submitted to the Com m it toe the following resilu'ioa-. After reading jrr Kestler moeed their adoption, which was . seconded by Mr. II-djson The resolution, were unanimously adopted, an J on motion the Chairman was authorized - to append the "names of the uicoibeis of the Stata Central .Committee. . 'Vdkueas,...

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 January 1860

J I 1 t $ TO THE PATRONS OF THE "DEMOCRAT 1B SEXTIXEL" JANUARY 1st I860. Each age has deemed the new bora year, The fittest time for festal chenr, Little we heed the tempest drear, While music, mirtli and scial cheer. Speed on their wings the passing j-ear. Scott. The happiest day hath come of all the year, And so dear friends, your carrier boy is here; Tray don't frown on him then with haughty is scorn, I To do so would disgrace this happy morn, ! When care and sorrow all their griefs forego "And leap exulting like the boundin g roe." The happiest brightest spot on earth is home; The outcast wretch compelled by fate to roam Through foreign lands, never forgets the spot. -Where stood the humble solitary rot. Beneath whose lowly roof the holy light. Of heaven first burst upon hi? infant sight; Where first a mother's gentle love he knew. Which fell upon Litn like the vernal dew. That wake from death the bright and beautious flowers, Which with their smiles make glad the summer hours; ...

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 January 1860

JUL . THE EI.ESSIKGS OF OOVEBK3tST, LIKE TUS DrWS OF HEAVE,' SHOTXb E2 DrrTRlBUTED Sfi"0- C?OS TBS HIOH 4D THE LOW, THE BICH AND THS POOB. NEW SERIES. Pi f 11, 1860. VOL. 7--S0: T H 1 1! ft' f T fit arcs 9 T E R 31 8: linEWATi SENTINEL IS PUB fl !isheJ every Wednesday Morning at Oss U.il'.aji xso FrFTT Cexts per annum, ivaMeii alrance; Use Dollar axd Sevextt I'ive Csvts if n t paid within six month, and Tau D 'Li. VB9 if not paid until the termination of t"e year. " i s:.hs.ription w ill he taken for a shorter ptrii'-l th in mx months, ami no subscriber will le x: liberty t- discontinue his paper until all ar-re-ir ;4ri are paid, except at the option of the Auv Persia subscribing for six months will he curjje'i oxe n-LL.iii. unless the money is paia . - Advertising Rales. One instrCn. Two do. Three do 1 iv:sr f 12 lineal 2 '--v.Ts, 24 lines $ 50 i 75 41 00 1 00 1 00 ' f Co 1 GO .. 2 00 3 00 S months, ti do. 12 do 41 50 43 00 $j 00 2 50 4 r0 9 00 4 00 7 00 12 00 6 00 9 00 14 00 10 CO...

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 January 1860

53emocri & Senttucl. C. D. 3ICRR.4T, Editor. D. C ZAII3I, Publisher. Wednesday; jakuary n, isco. S. 31. FettengJH & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sejjti HBL," and the most influential and largest circu- the ITmtrd States and Caaadas. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest terms. Jones Webster, I General Newspaper; ( Agent S W CoraerTliird authorize! to contract for advertising and sub- scription for the Democrat A Sentinel. Tlie State Convention. The next Democratic State Convention, will meet in Heading, on the 20th of Febru ary, and on its deliberations will, in all prob ability, depend their result of the approaching political struggle in this btate. We are therefore not a little pleased at observing .! . I T T At 1 A. l. laafc lue jjeuiocraiu; i rcss iuruuj;uuui luc t Btate is almost unanimous, in expressing the hope that it will be a united and harmonious...

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 January 1860

mo, a n"? triots, r..Hv be- 1 V izetM aUtt' pealb and Probable Suicide of a Voted Humorous "Writer A Xew "''York Editor Dying of Destitution. A man of no ordinary fame as a litterateur one who has achieved a flattering celebrity, who was at ona time rich, admired aud Court ed, died in this city at nine oclock last night in the most abject poverty. No pen can des cribe, no language express the intensity of filth, the squalidnes3 of poverty, the effable jnise'ry of the apartments in which this man, attended, uncared , for, had breathed his last and resigned his soul to the Creator." We speak of Eldridgs F- Paige, better known "uader his nom .deplume of "Dow, Jr." the author of th'j famous "Patent. Sermons," which have made him known to a great por Uon of the reading world, whose language is English. Tec years ago, Mr. Page, was the editor and proprietor of the New York Mer cury, a paper at that time remarkable for its pungent wit, its proverbial good humor, ami the practical, as well ...

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 January 1860

Best time to cut Timber for Fen cln. Lite aa'am is t!w beat thus for felling tim berfor almost any purpose, an 1 it is particu larly so wbeu th ) timber i to bi worked into rails or .stakes, or posts for fencing. At tht seijon of the yjar thi new wool has arrived at its c-utp! ;tj maturity, and there is less sap a'.bu tion in ttmbjr than there ia at any other season of lb s y?ar, which albumen, when ex p ho 1 t tS i iiHionce of the weather, hastens tluj d way of timber. It timber bi cut and split out ia the litter part of Autumn, the seasoning process is much more graluel and perfect, b-Mnuse the grain of the timber con tra?ts in io ei i illy an I u iifo.-iiIy. rendering th timber armor an I less porou . an I less cracked, than wbeu cut at many other sea sons of the year. Ujsiles timber tint is cut in late Autu'uti.and split out or siwed out be fore Spring, will 'powder post, uor bs wjur el by the wmmh w rkiti in it. nor h injur ed by dry rot, as is the case with tiuib-T. m in j tim...

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 January 1860

"A'-" A'. 4'' v THE.BIE5SIS&3 Or GOViajTMST, tlXE THE PFW8 OF HEAVES, .SHOULD E DLST"BjAI.IXE -rrPO-JT-THX HlOH KBTHE LQW, THE BICH ASU TB POOS. NEW SERIES. EBENSBBRC, PA. w JANUARY 18, 1860. VOL. 7 SO. 8. . T S ' -S III It! 1,1 II TERMS: -EMOCRAT & SENTINEL' IS TCB J lishei every Wednesday Morning at OifE Dollar ad. Fifty Cexts per annum, piraMe in advance; One Dollar asd Seventy Five Csvrs if not paid within six months, and TVo Dollars if not paid until the termination of the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months, and no subscriber will he U liberty t.i discontinue his paper until all ar yer.ig;s are paid, except at the option of the dtor. Any person subscribing for six months will be hare 1 ose pillar, unless the money is paid Advertising' Rates. One insert'n. Ttro do. .Three do 1 square, "12 lines! . $ 50 2 s ju.ircf, f 24 lines j; " 1 00, fi -j-in.-a,- f Iiafc 1 f.O'r . 3 month. $ T.i't 1-00' 2 fiO C (U. $3 00 4 .0 7 00 0 00 12 00 8 li...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 January 1860

1 C. D. 3IURRAT, Editor. D. C ZAII3f, Publisher. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18, I860. S. n. Pettcnglll & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, anl 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Senti wsl," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canada. 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 authorize! to contract for advertising and Bub cription for the Democrat & Sextikel. Trouble In theWiffwam. The Opposition arc not without their dis tensions, and it is highly probable that the Know Nothings and Black Republicans will not fight under the sameflag during the great struggle next fall. The Tyrone Star and several other Know Nothing Papers, have al ready stated in language not to be misun derstood, that they are not willing that they andjtheir party shall be made to ...

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. — 18 January 1860

three Days Later From Europe. Xev York. The mails by the Arabia will k despatched South in the morning. General Comonfort is among the p&ssen- Thft steamship, Circassian, from Portland, trrjved at Liverpool oa the 22d inst The Kangaroo passed the steamship'Percia, on the 28th nit., and the steamship Prince Albert on the 5th ult. It is stated that the 19th of January has been fixed for the meeting of the Kuropean CoDgressl The report that the Pope claims the Presidency of. the Congress for his pleni potentiary is denied. A French pamphlet, by La Guerron iere, on the Pope and the Congress, has attracted much attention as reflecting the views of the Emperor Napoleon It is concilitary in its tone, but opposes the re iteration of the Romagna to the Papal do minion. The English journals eulogise the pamphlet. Lord John Russell tells the Mencoralists, in relation to Mexican affairs, that England i endeavoring to come to an understanding with other powers respecting its course in the fu...

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. — 18 January 1860

COTSWALD SIIEEP. Col. J. W. Ware, of Virginia, writing on the question, "are sheep or hogs the moat profitable animals to fatten?" to the Genessee Farmer 6ajs: "Of all sheep, I prefer the Cotswald, from experience. Thej mature early, are large, hardy, aal take on fat eay. Daring the Summer atnl Fall that they are one year oil (not Ted oa grain,) no mutton ' can be more delicately flavored, juicy and tender. - Over two years old, many muttons are belter, as they then tallow too heavily for the appetite; but the butcher will then give almost any price for them; and what prudent man wants to keep mutton to four year old, when he can sell them at one year old at raueh better pri ces than any other sheep at four? I have rarely, if ever, sold my muttons of this breed j the fall after one year old under 10 each, and have soli older ones much higher; and never sold them at the same age under 8 each, without having fed grain at all; and the fleece amply pays the keep. Can any breed hogs show...

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 January 1860

JJJ t ft A j! 1 ifl ! V 1.v1TasijBtESsima op qovesshest, ijks.thk pews of hzaves, gnocxn eh distributed ; AtiKif rros tira Eras akd tek low, the kich ahi thw roox. SEW SERIES. EBEMBIRG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JMUM 2a, 1860. VOL. 7 K0. 9. 3; ii i -iii it i in iti i.t T5 si Kg, Su ain alt oM friot via 1 tLe aroc re. iur ck.d Stbt trh'tiX XJ.C' furu-, toil! f tLeir Acv.u JC TIM ea. v of lis i, 'l FREE -ly. if but h 1 ided t ictedc ncaBK STY OG urpi ily m fCil $53 TERMS: iSilOCUAT A SENTINEL' IS PDB- J lishsl every Wednesday Mornine at k Dollar and Fifty Cbjtts per annum, ih!e m alvance; use Dallas and Seventy .CafTsif nit paid within six months, and ! I n.rr D a If nt r .1 until 1. ." he y?ar. .a subscription will bo taken for a shorter J th in six monUis. and no subscriber will be birtv tn discontinue his paper until all ar-iZ-j are paid, except at the option of the r. ur porm subscribing for six months will bt? gel cs e noti-Aft. unless the money Is paid Advertising- Rates. Oiie insert'n. Tw...

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 January 1860

V . r lBtmoctdl2&8inlncU T. C ZAIIM. Publisher. WEDNESDAY. JAXUAR1' 25, 1860. 31. FettengJlI & to., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and '10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Skxti el," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Caoadas. 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, Fhiladelphia, is duly authorizsd to. contract for advertising and sub scription for the Democbat & Sektixel. FACTS. We do not believe that in order to uphold democratic principles, it is necessary for us to defend slavery in the abstract, and we have therefore no disposition to quarrel witb our : l-V A11--T. ' it - ufiguuur ut me jiurynuniun concerning iue . views he has recently promulgated on the eub ject, lie has of course, a perfect right to maintain his views as wejl as he cm, and to back op t...

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 January 1860

1 ,ML. HI! r . Tfae Latrrcnce Catastrophe. The foundations tare" not been officially - examined, although some cursory exaniina . " Lave been made, and it does not as jet - appear that they had settled. It is quite- ev ident,, as we hare before suggested, that the cause of the fall was in the superstructure. A piece of one of the hollow iron pillars was brought in before the coroner a pillar which ' wa the centre of an erea 58 by 20 feet -and It was found to be thin and the iron poor It -.--" was not-more than the sixteenth of an inch iu J-'-; thickness on one side, and tho wonder is that . it sustained the pressure so long. It was ; - - probably' the giving way of this pillar which precipitated the terrible crash. From this one overshadowing calamity attention. is turn ing to the subject of American - building, and ' a discussion is rising which will tend to a thorough revolution of the general style of . . American architecture. This fearful destruc tion of life will thus become a...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 25 January 1860

i POINTS OP COTfS. A. L. Fish, a wcllknowu dairyman of Her Vimer county. New York, gives in the Little Talis Record some good remarks on thepoiat of cows He very properly considers strength cf constitution and capacity to eat what is of fered bcr, at all masons of the year, as the first importance. He rightly observes, also, thit the indications of such a constitution are a thick mellow bkiu, with soft hair, a bright full, bread loin and hips, deep body, and etraight back. "Cheeps dairymon (and city milkmen) us ually select cows that yield the largest amount of milk, because they depend more upon the quintity of cheese than its quality , and milk is known to make a good yield of cheese that would make tut little butter, and poor at that But I am not in favor of the rule of selecting cows that yield the most milk per day or sea son, in arriving at a proper standard of ex cellence for the beat. The quality of milk a cow will give. Is indicated by hair and skin, and yellow colour of 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. — 1 February 1860

L t - a - V- TKI BLL61KGS Of OOTEEKVFX CEKSTFXT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HE-ATEX, SHOULD IB DISTEttVT JD tKE, CTOS TBS HIGH AND TITt LOW, THE ICH ABU THS ?OOH." , SEW- EBENSBliRG, Pi. .WEBNESDiY, 1, 1860. TOL. MO. 10. .r-v. u in . j9 in 1 " 1 1 n r t.-...i r , . r i , - - - y.e R ji s: . TyGJWCRAT Jfc SENTINEL' IS PCB U n every Wednesday Morning at 0 s DoLT.rR ad Fifty Cents per annum. ptyaMe ii advance; O.ve Dollar and Skventt iifc Csr ir not paid within six months, and TV D LLRS if not paid until the termination 'if the vcar. No subscription will be taken for a shorter -eriT than six months, and no subscriber will be at liberty t discontinue his paper until all ar- reirtg?? are piud, except at the orticn ct the. editor. ' Abv p?rfn subscribing for fix months rl be rLarged ox a dollac, unless th money is paid Advertising- Ratex. One instrfn. Two do. Three do 1 iquare. 2 qnres, 12 lines) 24 lines i. 0 S 1 00 1 00 1 00. 2 00 s c& 12 do 45 00 9 CO 12 00 14 CO I squares. .1 iO X0. months....

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. — 1 February 1860

w s C. II. HURRAT, Editor. D. C ZAII3I, Publisher. WEDNESDAY . FEBRUARY 1, I860. . S. M. PettensIII & Vo., Advertising Agents, 1 19 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Aeents for the "Democrat & Sexti- wrl," and the roost influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Citiadas. They are empowered to contract for a at our lowest terms. Jones Webster, Qeutral Newspaper Aeent. S. IV. Corner Third and Arch Streets, 2d stoiy, Philadelphia, is duly authorized to contract for advertising and . sua script ion for the Democrat & Sentinel. TDRILLIXO TALE. L1DRDECAI ASD SIIA VAGR' OR, Th Perils ofHmnttng Dtr omtof Season. F0T7HDED OUT FACT. - T PR. HELO VA FELO. (The first six chapters of the following tale which we clip front the New York Cash Boole, can be found in the Alleghanian which' is for sale at all Book Stores, where lAteraitire is retauea unnt ior xaaies to reaaj ami - we might add. Gentlemen also.) CHAPTER ...

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. — 1 February 1860

1 fcb'ockln? Ibbiifaaluftf tSr of aFatlier to bis Child One of ibe most shocking casc inhumanity af father to his child that'has ever come un jer our notice, was brought to light in the borough of Indiana last week. It appears that man f named J. C. Stochal was put on trial 'there for assault and battery upon his gdn, a child of some eight years. . The evi dence was very voluminous, ,aud revealed a gvstetn of brutal treatment on the part of the fauer, of which the chili was. the victim, the details of which beyond anything of the lini we haveevr read.- It was hown that he hung the child,-on one occasion,;, to.a joist by r(,Pe f8611 to ts thumbs, "rand that while in tnis position he compelled a younger brother to kindle a fire beneaib. him, so that he was almost roasted to deah before be was taken dawn. "'.'.-' On another occasion he. laid him on heated store, and subsequently compelled .him to itand on the same' .without either shoes or stockings to protect bis feet from the heated ...

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. — 1 February 1860

Tbouglits rr the Tlioufflitful- FROSI VAKI0C8 SOURCES. Most of the diseases of sheep are the con sequence of debility. Lamb. should be 8eperted from old sheep. Oil and feebit cheep, separated from the rug ged. Sizrkp, as TTcll as other animals, should hare access to fresh water, when fed on dry. food, in winter. Failures who fiad it necessary to reduce their flocks, should be very particular in se lecting those that they keep, and let none but the poorest go from their farms. Suksp in winter ekoali have fresh air, ehelter from cold winds, a little exercise, oc casional change of quarters, dry, clean lodg ing, and nutritious food A cioee, damp, low yard is their abomination. A cross between the South-Down and the Merino makes a very useful and profitable sheep. The wool will sell for nearly as much at the Merino, and the lambs will bring wore for the batcher. Siisep, are perhaps the most profitable stock on suitable land, and with good man agement; but on unsuitable soil and ill man ...

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. — 8 February 1860

VlF 1 it: 7 Ay AAv 'r 'w rxT as n I ------V '- - V., v-- , ' jHg BLESSINGS OF GQTBNMX8T,.rK THE DEWS OP HEATEX, SaOriJ. feS DISTBIBTJTEyAIA TOVTIIX HUSH AKD TI1E LOW, THE f'ra .; till P..OC. . - "V - EBENSBURC, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRHillV 8, 1860. VOL. 750. 11. Ef SEME I Hi a - jv yv ,A I. -J;., V If I .WW. . 1 111 xy o m - T K RMS: - - . mw a I T f T - W w-k lisli nI every Wednesday Morning at )olt.h an'd 1 tftt Ctjtth per annum, '.t iu alranee; Osc DUIar axi Sevextt Lkst.k n.u p v... rifcU.u .x ' . D ,ti.iM if not paid until the germination 1 1 than six mouths, and no subscriber will be fi.?rtr t .Us"ontine Iii3 paper until all ar- l-'cs .ire p.iid, except at the option cl the ,v pra siibscriblnj: for six months will be el CSE piLT.AH. nnlcsA the money in paid Advertising Ra(c. ; Om. insert m. Ttco do. 77 ire do ::re, l lines 5 ou 4 - i uu urcs f24 line.sj 1 00 .1 00. ,.S Oo , res, fSGTmcsJ 150 2 00 ' 3 OC 3 nionth". C !o. 12 tlo or i-SK. .are, I21iacj areS f 24 lnesj . vs. f " 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. — 8 February 1860

- -v-- --m Trwm EJrutocrat & Bt ntincl. of bis attachment to thejdemocratic party, be opposed the Democratic State Ticket, aod as sisted ia electing their opponent. Daring the present session while claiming to be a democrat, he has steadily acted with the Black Republicans and assisted them in elect ing a Speaker And this is the man whose political record was untarnished until a little more-than a-year ago! - This is the man who according to. the logic of onr neighbor, is not a political traitorl . As well might our neigh bor contend that Judas was'uot a traitor, al though he betrayed bis Lord and Master to his enemies.- IlrckmvoV professions of De mocracy under ' the circumstances, were as treacherous, as Judas' kiss and his salutation of hail Rabbi. ga yj PettensjllI & t'0. I uur uuiguuor proicpsea iu uc au uu-jji-- . r i . J . 1 f .11 f Ctr.Unn A'Wartisinc Agents, 119 .Nassau Street, isew wuipwu uemwrii auu iuuu A St'EiBLER ELECTED. The contest for the speakership of the ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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