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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 14 March 1860

ljthasiaslic Ratification of Fos ter's A'oniiaatlon. TIac Campaign The Democracy cf Cambria county asssni ti;jj at the Court House in Ebensburg, on jteFBj evening, for the purpose of ratify j.T tbs coninaUoa of Hoy Henry D. Fos xu, as the Democratic candidate fyr Govcr- a?r of i'eansyivania. ( the i Vice President. 31. M. Adams, Michael - o J. Smith, Peter Dougherty, Ueary Scanlan, Peter M'Gcugb, Esei , Francis Cooper, poic! Litzinger. Francis Hearer, Esq., Cbarle3 Zimmerman. Bccreteriea- William Kittell, Esq., Dan- 1 McLaughlin, Wm. Hurray, Esq , llees J. L?vd. The President having stated the object cf ; nicitiug, read the UulovTing comtnuuica- Gen. Fester, addressed to the Ushtnhii of the County Committee. Grecnsburg. March 5th., I860. Dear Sir I received your tote of the 3d iiitl , congratulating me on c,v nomination. I confess I was more sur prised than any other man in the State, and jot can hardly realize it. I am sorry I can not be at your meeting to-morrow night. Tbc3 1 woul...

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 March 1860

From the Farmer and Gardner. The Best JIacliIiierj. Last rammer three years ago, although in poasassion ofa good si agio horse-power and thresher, I thought it would be more econom ical to lay it aside, if Dot otherwise deposed of, and substitute a two-horea thresher, and cleaner combined. It proved one of the best investments, so far as regards a quick return that I ever made. The year succeeding, wheat, previous to, and during the harvest, commanded a high price. From the appearaacu of the growing crops, I was satisfied that a material change in value wouli soon take place, and believed it would be best to realize some advantage from a machine which cost two hundred and twenty-five dollars at the factory. The re sult was, that the difference in the value of the wheat threshed and sold then, and its val ue at the usual time of disposing of it, amount ed to more than the entire cost of the machine With the one-horse power, very little, if any would have been threshed, as it would ha...

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 March 1860

- t - - ' - . tJ WV.AW I THE BLESSISGS OF GOVEBX XNT, -IXB THE EZWS OF ITEAYEX, SHOULD WBTB1BD EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1860. VOL. 7 SO. 17. vrnr SERIES. in -.- i : f hi r i n la . b i w . v . b i a . a a a a m 1 i - a a . -a i rt - t i i m m. m pt r m m j w - - - - - r r ... .... ... .. . . . j- - - - - .'v.- v .. ia tTjKw tfroa tbi Tffm atsd trs to-, tuk uch sii tu roos. , . ., - -' V ' - - -ttr t kEilOCRAT A SENTINEL IS PBB- jj lisiied every Wednesday ilorning at . Dott-aa aSd rirrr Cents per annum. rible ii advance; Oxe Dollar axd Sevextt fCssH if not paid within six months, and a Djllabs if not paid until the termination r si yjar. Vj s ibcri?t!on will be taken for a suortci -r;.jJ thaa six months, and no subscriber will be bertr ti discontinue his paper until all ar- vizts are paid, except at the option of the ..wr. A.r,v i;.-3oa fuoscribm? for bix months w)ll be L-si osc oollae. ualess the money is paid Advertising Rates. O.ie n, '.rt a. Two do. Three do 12 lines 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. — 21 March 1860

S I) ii C. D. MURRAY, Editor. D. C Za'iim, Publisher &. Proprietor WEDNESDAY. MARCH 21, 1SC0. S. 31. PcttensfiU & Vo Advertising A.qents. 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sexti 5el," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canada. They are empowered to contract for us at our j.owest tetims. PHLSJDITVTIAL ELECTORS ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keiin. of Berks County. Kichard Yaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT ELECTORS. ,1. 8. 4. 6. 6. 8. f 0. 10. 11. 12. Frederick A. Server, Vi'm. U. Patterson. Joseph Crockett, Jr. Johu G. Brenner, G. W. Jacoby, Charles Kelly. Oliver P. James,. David Schall, J jel L. Lightner, S. S. Barber, Thoa. II. Walker, 13. Joseph Lnuback, 14. Isaac Reckhow, i 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 16. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner, 18. Jesse R. Crawford, 10. II. N. Lee. 2 Joshua B. Howell, 21. N. P. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. William Book. S. S...

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 March 1860

I Bat Spit, read, tine r tip.' :ted . 1 8. a .1 ca re-! tratcM . pmoj iers cl ere iaJ ?f th el fori 13 Kt: ' fait; ' I'arr, owev.i the K d part, ly Hug. es tbr. on tbr Chila. in tbr.- the :e story it cou:: 13 crifl chaodi convcj- 'Decs; act from lertainlj 1 country ;7i"ardfj: inpsi for nomina- ? SUC3 tio meal bat U. if use iaa tolerahla given fjr 1 all staul 1 cgsjoU- of Pem have nei- Jd it. :n cut th oi?c ;e United oars as a g out the :p!aic9d a So long m thataf ,te cannot jr the Ra ich explo kst weei he Dda css it. oer start t against a hundred 3, when a :y pcrsocs icued her at the fell , she was V7as reav vrith a t.r eiy dirs: instaiit passengers -ir; others lightly 12- reanzled- heart ree guferer?. . in scar:a the dead theart sad ened to the all in their have beea aorance & ' the party, ich a wtr sroceedicg d as the a3 as received on ofU'0.' jailed The buf storatioo ;mocracy Ci st graiujn ini zeal re arty. Tb .nthnsiastie. States, th most cheer aJ Tbesa st import :y of Venn ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 21 March 1860

K - From, ths Working Ihrmcr. Illllln? Corn, Potatoes and Cotton. Until within a few yean Farmers of the North have bille-l their corn aq4 potatoes, and beli-jve 1 it necj3sarj; mora recently they have found that roots may ba iodaCed from tho epjr Ituiis of th cora 6Ulk aal the earth hilled about it, but that this earth aa d the roots it contains, cannot contribute in sustain ing th corn stalk, while it merely deducts from the growth of the top-root and other deep permeating roots which can do best ser vice to the sub-soil in the bringing of organ io matter to give strength and health to the rdnt That with flat cultivation corn-stalks will stand higher gales than when hilled up. With the potatoe a different rationale but tend ing to the eame result, has proved true. The original tubor throws np stems, and in tM(l or thj notatoe beio? a tuborous rooted plant, (as most of our books in error call it,) it is a tuberous stem plant, for no potatoe ever grew upon a stem; and therefore the ...

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 March 1860

U...M- O.fr Mn rli i r E-S" it it ci i i;4 i r km t ai l l. v irj li in it in in ir ui w -,1 HR BiEaaUiOB OF LIK TUB CITI Cr BEATEN, SII0CLD EE DI3THIBrjTKD 4. CTOS THK EIGH AKD THE LOW, TUB tlCB A.SU TUB POOS. a U a i- IA- re ta. Lxr ip- vtr lcb ice. by der, o cf 3. tho oOO, Pra liuQ. iter .an J : U, for t cf 13 York; n V sn iX f 05 - Gold La Tri , whUi 4100 .00,000 bin the ;ritutei lore I ie lia' terpri2 jwn 2 KUt ;3 SjcM ; TO G- 1 well GR&J; '.rilyc not am :es for rnber rg roB. r SEff SERIES. TERMS EHOCRAT A SENTINEL IS PCB- j iishel every Wednesday Morning at js2 D.'LLia aso I tftt Cexts per annum nvVoleii advance; Osz Dollar asd Sevknty C:""i5 if nt paid within sis months, and 1X3 DjLLLZi ii njt paid until the termination :iw year. 2 subscription will Le taken f.r a shorter y:r. A tL.m six mouths, anil no subscriber will be ; Liberty to discontinue his paper uutil all ar-..a.-ei are paid, except at the option cf the A:.rpi"a subscribing for six months will be tLi:3 osz doll...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 28 March 1860

u . ?3emorrra & Btntmtl I C. D. Ml'RRAT, Editor, to. C Zabm, Publisher Proprietor WEDNESDAY. MAROT 28. 16C0. S. 31. Pettenglll & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized A Rents for the "Democbat & SiXTl HEL;" and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for na at f,nr LOWEST TE-.MS. . rRIvSIUEVTIAI- ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. Geojge M. Keim. cf Berks County. Richard Vaux. cf Philadelphia. . " DISTRICT' ELECTORS. " 1. Frederick A. Server. 2. 'm. C. Fattcrson. 9. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4t. Juim G. Brenner, .. 6. G. V. Jacohy, 6. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver P. Jaraes, ' 8; David Schall, 9. Joel L. Lightner, 10. S. S. Barber, 11. Thos. II. Walker, 13. Joseph Laubitek, 14. Isaac Reckb(w, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 10. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner. 18. Jesse E. Crawford, 19. II. N. Lee. 20. Joshua B. Howell, 21. N. P. Fetterman, 122. Samuel ...

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 March 1860

.IL rom e act the P LATEST FROM EUROPE. ABUTTAL OF THE StEA3IF. FCLTAX. Nxw York, March 20. The steamer Fu'tca has arrived frotri Hav ,3and Southampton, with Liverpool and Lon joo dates to the Sih inst. - Giliat BRiTAi.N'.-In the House cf Com E0E?( on Mondays during an incidental dis cission on the question of the annexation of gavoj to France,- Mr. Fitzgerald expressed s earnest hope that Parliament would enter jig'scle'cn pretest sainst that eel.'- ! ' ''-fit; Rcefccck'3'fn'teigb'ei"LitteTlj : a-gninst lie Empprcf, Eccnsing him cf baring; com- uiined 8 brerc-h cf treat v compact3. jfbe trfck papers deny the truth of tbe re cert report that Piccolcmini waa married in.Dublia. - The picturesqua mcriue terrace errected to iLe late Lord Murray, cn a 9pur of Cast le Hi!:, iri Editibarg, hi given way, owing to i;s iSefcctive foundation, acd become a inaas jfrnir.8. FaAiC. Pari-", March. 5 The Monite ,r announces that on yesterday Mr. Faulk bttt .Minister of be United States, presented ti...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 28 March 1860

Hi t Front the Rural New Yorker. To Renovate An Old Orcbard. la p'.nia view of wherg I am now writing, oli orchard of SJta-3 sixty tree which was plaata 1 :n-ir3 thin forty years ago. The trees wore allowed t follow the dictates of nature The groaui hal boea plowed & crop-r-jd a few ti nes bus rao3t of tho time it has lain iu pasture, and no manure of any Kind Las ever baea applied. Some twenty five years ai, more than half the trees were "rafted, mostly with winter fruit, but, the brandies of the old stock were suffered to re main, to the great damage of the grafted f; TVirA tfill remained '2i trees which had never been grafted, and haviDg fallen into other hand, the proprietor, in the spring of 1S55, employed two young men to graft them with winter rubers which they accom plished in a little more than one day. In four year's time., Oct. 1859 the owner gath ered eighteen barrels of as handsome winter russets as I ever saw, besides what windfalls were devoured by cattle, ,hog3 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. — 4 April 1860

u sift fit 11 31 if 1 1 la fill M THE BLISSISGS OT OOVEBSXKST, Z.ISZ THE DEWS CP HEAVEN, SHOCib EB DI3TR1BCTEIT ALlKK CPOS TUB HIGH AND THE LOW, THE BICH AM THS POOB. 151 II II 1 I el 1 14 13 SSff SERIES. TEBII8I CliAT A SENTINEL IS PUB- J every Vrainosdiy Llorcing at DjiLiS a.:to ir??7 per annum, . ib!in sirsau; Q:;z Dallas an"D Sevbxtt i'.r: C: '3 if nt paid within six months, and t DJLf.iai if oat p..ld until tLo termination ;r tL jar. y j subscription u ill be taken fcr a shorter Cn sis months, and no subscriber will he i'.iibor: 1" cis2or;tinuo his paper until all ar- s.-s3i ar- ?hJ, except at the optica of tue ura subcnitng fur air months will be oxs doll a a. unless the money is paid Advertising- Rates. 0 t8ri'n. Tieo do. Ttrte Jo 1 apx. fI9 linnaf t: - i to 1 00 1 to 8 months $1 50 '2 60 4 CO 6 CO 10 00 15 00 $ 75 1 00 2 00 11 CO 2 Oo 8 00 12 do $5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 00 35 On 4 li6SI 20 lines J lines or less. S3 4 00 ro oo oo oo 00 j jaaro. 1 I- nr.o-J 2 i , 24 lineJ ? t...

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 April 1860

Wtmacxzl & Sentinel. C. D. MURRAT, Editor. D. C. Zatim, Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. AriilL 4, 18C0. S. M. Pettengill & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, ami 10 State street, Doston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sksti el," ami the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States an J Canadas. They are empowered to contract for ua at our i.owkst terms. PRESIDCXTIAL. ELECTORS. ELECTOES AT LARGE. George M. Keira, of Berks County. Kichard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT electors. 1. Frederick A. Server, 2. Wm. C. Patterson, 8. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4. John G. Brenner, 6. G. W. Jacoby, 6. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver 1 James, 8. David Schall, 9. Joel L. Lightner, 10. S. S. Barber, 11. Thoa. II. Walker, 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Tsaac Heck how, 15- Geo. D. Jackson, 16. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner, 18. Jesse It. Crawford, 19. II.-N. Lee. 20. Joshua B. Howell, 21. N. P. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. Willi...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 4 April 1860

TREASURER'S SALE, F UNSEATED .LANDS AND. LOTS IN fimbria County. A.JJ. 1800. 0 . jOiiX A-BLAIR, Treasurer of Cambria Coun- . ia the Cbmmonwealln 01 Pennsylvania, m ''-ii incc of the several. Acts of Assembly, of jVc'ojnir.on weal tb; directing the time and raan--f se!l;niT unseated lands for taxes, do HEREB' GIVE NOTICE, the following de- Jhe.l tracts of Unseated Lan.ls and Lots of i ' . ia the said Count v of Cambria, or such ,iry tucreof as may bo necessary to pay arrear .,f of taxes due thereon, for one year or more, V.l the 1 ltii day.) and continue by au , I'n "went from day to day until the whole be M f. r such arrearages of taxes and costs, ne 'uriiy accruing thereon. UNSEATED LIST. Names of Warrantees or Owners. per. Allegheny 1 ownsup, Aaron Bowen 1858 1859 $23 20 Jinie. Hannum '58 5 40 Hoirs of Walter Elder '53 '59 8 C8 William M'Dougal (part) 7 70 Warren Hannum 7 Q2 R..bert Whithead 4 79 Martha Hiunuin '.38 3 00 Samuel Will '58 '59 15 40 Montgomery Douglass 1 37 Feidon it...

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 April 1860

Interesting Facts for Farmer. We tafc from a long article by a corres pondent in the New England arntrr, the following extract, which we are sure will be perused with- interest, by oar agricultural readers: Every practical, observing tiller of the noil well undei stands that no guano, super-phosphate or other nitrogenous or highly concen trated manures, can restore to the soil the Xoai carbon, which has supplied a succession of crops, which are essential materials which enter into the fourteen elements of grain, fruits and grass. The true principle of agri cultural science introduces another system, natural, plain and altogether dissimilar. The forest must give up her store of carbon, and ebe manufactures a large surplus annually, so nicelv elaborated by nature's laws as to fix its ammonia, and yet fitted for a powerful ab torbant of liquid manures, with power to re kist decomposition until brought in ccntact with the roots of plants. The swamps must yield up their store of vegetabl...

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 April 1860

- I rfMf Iff 11 THE BLESSIXGS OF OOTEESMEST, LIKE TIIE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTBI3CTEI) ALIKE CPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH ASU TUB POOH. 0 SERIES. EBENSBURG, Pi. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1860. VOL. 7 NO. 20. ' ; - 1R1 V ill II I lit If I Vi XT' '. TERMS IS-FCB- U lisheJ every Wednesday Morning at 3 Djllaii amo r iftt cents per annum, -jb!eii a L ance; 0E Dollar asd Sevbxtt rsCssrsif n t paid within six months, and j Dollars if not paid until the termination h vcar. ) subscription win De tasen lor a snorter L-iJ th.in six months, and no subscriber will be brty to discontinue- his paper until all ar ises re paid, except at the option of the ljij pjr.ioa subscribing for six months will be or. 4 one Dvllar, unless ine money is paui Advertising Rates. One inserfn. Two do. Three 7o 12 lineal $ 60 1 00 1 50 months. 1 50 2 50 4 09 6 00 10 00 15 00 i must be $ 75 1 00 2 00 6 do. $3 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 $1 O 3 12 $5 9 12 14 20 35 00 00 00 do 00 00 00 00 00 00 24 lines 3G lin...

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 April 1860

53tmocrnl & Sentinel. D, C. I). MCRRAT, Editor. C. Zdbm. Publisher A. Proprietor - WEDNESDAY. AriilL 11, 1SC0. S. 31. Pcttcngill & Co., Advertising Agents, 119Xass.au Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Skxti 5 el," ami the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Cnnadns. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest teems. FOR GOVRENOK. HENRY D. FOSTER, OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY. John Covodeaud the President, On the 4th of March 1857, James Buch anan Assumed the discharge of the duties of the highest of earthly stations. A few months previous a Nation of 30,000,000 of freemen had elected him to the high and responsible office into which he was then inaugurated. It was too at a trying period in the history of hare thought proper to invest him with the most honorable, responsible, and dignified office iu the world; and the individual, how ever unworthy, now holding this exal...

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 April 1860

ft i i 5 TREASURER'S SALE, OF UNSEATED LANDS AND LOTS IN Cambria County, A. D. 1800. 1, JOHN A. BLAIR, Treasurer of Cambria, Coun ty in tLe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in pursuance of the several Acts of Assembly, of sr.id Ccmmonweatfc; directing the time and man r.er of selling unseated lands for taxes, do HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, the following de- scrilcd tracts of Unseated Lands and Lots of Ground m the said County of Cambria, or such parts thereof ss may he nscestary to pay arrear ages of taxes dua thereon, for one year or more, will be offered for sale at the Couit House in the Jioiough of Ebensburg, on the fiecond Monday of June (being the 1 1th day.) and continiie by ad iournnicnt frem day to daj - until the whole be old fr fcuch arrearages of taxes and costs, ne cessarily accnim:r iherecu. UNSEATED LIST. Names of Warrantees or Owners. Act's 5S0 iJ 100 S1 2 .'"50 09 ;' sr 2CJ : 100 -: .1S5 .CIS ICO i 21 Per. Allegheny Township. Aaron bow a JS53 1833 3 20 5 40 8 C8 7 TO T 02 4 79...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 11 April 1860

Wfiento Turn Oat Cows. It is best to tarn oat stcwk early for sever- reason O-ie is thit from tha 10th of Miy to the 19-h of Jans is the best feed month ia the year. Another reason for tur ning ost as soon as the grass gets started is, that the stock don bitter than if kept ap un til the feetl is rank. In the latter ease they fcoar bally, while if turned out early they do not scour at all, and after a few days will tat hay again. Many cows are injured, and spoiled, by turning them from hay to rank clorer Not only does the stock do better, but the pasture yields more feed. By tur ning out early the eattle go into the low pla ces, where the grass starts first, and eat them down, insteal of leaving them go to seed as they will if plenty of better is to be Lad. This poor grass if fed down early, starts up fresh, and will again be eaten and kept fed down throagh the season. manure. The Country Gentleman says the greater the amount of manures we can apply in any year, the larger our field...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 April 1860

Tim EZ.ESSIIG3 OF OOVEa5lMt:;T, tlKB THS I.FWS OP TXEATEX, SHOCI-D BE DISTEIBUTED ALIKE CPOS .THH HIGH AICD THS LOW, THE BICH ASH TIIB oOi. EBEMBURO, Pi. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1869. YOL. 7 NO. 21. I' E R II S: -r;,iaCaATA SENTINEL IS PUB f lijha-l every Wednesday Morning at Jjiixz ax- Fiftt 'Ce:ts per art:mrri, "iaia alan; Oxs Dollar asd Sf.vextt Jiyri if no: paM withia aix. racnths, and 5;LT-i&5 if not p.v.d until the termination Tear. s-iliJrlpttoa will ba taken for a shorter : tu i s-i r.iJniLs. aau no subscriber will La i iU-oti.ic:3 his pspor until ail ar-j ".,?", .,'a:a o:J, except at tbo optima cd the ! 5?'"' iL.v 3 CO 4 C.3 7 CO 9 09 12 CD 1 5 CO ! 9 CO ; 12 00 ! 14 00 I 20 o 1 C5 00 ; CO C3 CO 10 CO 15 00 ::s must be 22 CO niai ked 3 i 9" v 1 V. :t; i f I:.:..: v.-i desired, or they will bj U f r" i!. an.1 eharjifd accordingly. ; f.::t tbr.i. tt f? " crlod, evory mcTa- :: the human :'n:ilr i3 sarject to disease itaibine ot tbo boi:ly luacnocs; but, tlic til a good tonic ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 18 April 1860

e democrat & Smlhxtl V,' 0--. i - ji-Jl -Jb i " . -:- C. D. 3ICKRAT, Editor. I. C. Zahm, Publisher &, Proprietor WEDNESDAY. APRIL 18, 1SC0. S, 31. Pettengill &. Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au 1 Agents for the "Democrat & Skxti- xel " and the most influential and largest circu-I latin- Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered 10 contract xor v US at OUr LOWEST TERMS. PHLSIDEXTIAIi EJLtCTOIlS. ELECTOnS AT LARGE. George M. Keiin, of Berks C'junty. lUchard Yaux, of rhiladelphia. PISTRICT ELECTORS. 1. Frederick A. Server,' 2. Ym. C. Patterson. 8. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4. John G. Brenner, 6. G. W. Jacoby, 6. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver I'. James, ' 8. David Schall. 9. Joel L. Liifbtner, 10. S. S. Barber, 11. Tlirw. II. "Walker, 13. Joseph Laubnrk, 14. Isaac Reckliow, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 16. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner, 18. Jesse II. Crawford, 10. II. N. Lee. 20. Joshua B. Howell, 21. N. ...

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