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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 23 May 1860

I5S 2 2t It. i-".!? LIST OF RETAILERS OF FOEEIGN AND DOMESTIC MERCHA i)E,in Cambria Countv for the year 13C0. Taylor Tovnahip. Class. license. y;nkm Alexander, 14 $7 00 Vr.cd, Mcrrell i Co., 14 7 00 A. G. Croakj, 14 7 00 Cor.cicvgh Tc-tcnsl-Jp. j ' - II'D Jiaid. 14 ? 00 SIZlsSle Eorovgh ltcUV Balsicr, 14 7 00 " " JvT.mUiien Borovjh. jji SLafor, ijccrge KoLltr F. n:y, Eiltrj llasterson. Wlli: Bott Co., ). Y?. Goughuour, Euck 5- King. Lewis Tlitt, . A. Ylarbourg & Co., J. -i-TF es j. t. 'J-nnon & Co., f S. lioMnger, J.JnK.Shryock, Agent, T. Luther. l. C. Morris, V,'. A. nitcLniau, 3- K'-h'.r, . UxnvucsacLt, l.n & Ramsey, j. W.Disart, ti. 3. Cl.risty, U. N. lPniau, J In Dilci t, :?:ick Lytenberger, j Killer, Ut :" Studney, ,i. ii- Harrington, j.La Brady. Vv'i il.ir: M'i'hersoDi H .i. ;-ia V cbu; A.liurraff. jj.n Ue Co., Louis L'ict!;anlt, Lvv M. u .;.v.'--.S. Ki-'. J. T. Fr.ucr, A- .Moutn.y, V. C L-u is. C. Frank, Jr., FlanL'ar.. Ramsey & C . J,.!m M- King, CtlUtll S- L...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 23 May 1860

W.'titc Beans. JR" l"-sira ta e the cul tivation cf the bean grtly extended io this Oouutry. Like clover, peas, and root crops, its growth and concern? tion oa the farm will greatly enrich the land. At present it may pay better to toll the beans tb-an to feed them to the sheep: but if the market price fdiould Lj reduced by their extended cultivation, they would still be a profitable crcp fur the fawner to raise for feeding. They draw lightly on the soil, and being planted in rows admit the use of the horse hoe, so tliat the land can te nearly as well cleaned as by a sumn.er fallow. There is perhaps no crop eo well adapted for plantirg among young fruit trees a3 beans There are a number of excellent varieties, but for field culture the small white beau is belli. ved to be as profitable as any other, Beans do well on any good corn laud. The general cpiuion is that a light, warm, sandy or gravelly loam is bebt. Many think that the soil should be rather poor than otherwise: as lich land...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 May 1860

Cl. U(. (I fan "'" 7; 7" ?ii-7"7":':7vr77 iti iff ' A. W . A ft. 7 A A. A. . tiT5 8 THE BLESSINGS OK GOVEBMEXT, LIKE THE PEWS OP HEAVEN, SnOCLD BS DISTRIBUTED ALIUS CPOX.THB HIGH AND THE LOW, TOE ETCH AS1) JBE POOB. EBEXSBURG, Pi. WEDNESDAY, MAY SO, 1860. YCL. 7--XC. 27. 111 El a TERMK: t' UTaEMOCRAT & SENTINEL IS TUB Lr lishel every Wednesday Morning at 0-g Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, cf.ib!e ia advance; Oxe Dollar akd Sf.vkstt "r.'rs Cssrs if not paid within six months, and Tj Dollars if not paid until the termination J th rear. 5o subscription will ho taken for a shorter prtl than six months, and no subscriber will he it liberty to discontinue his paper until t" ar rearages are paid, except at the option of the -::wr. A'-ij person subscribing for six months will be li'5'-J OXE dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Hates. O.it iitssrfn. Tir ds. TTaee jp-iare, 2 s-jsarcs, ? squires, 12 lines J 24 lines I 36 lines J $ so 1 00 1 50 S months. 1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00 in on...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 May 1860

. - V j oVv j 4 i dcmocr.-il & 0attiucl. C. D. MIIRRAT, Editor. D. C. Zahm, Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY, HAY SO, 18C0. FOR GOYRENOR. HENRY D. FOSTER, OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY. Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, Many politicians think, if we may judge from their assertions, that the United States contains but one man fit for the Presidency at the present time; and, that man is Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois. Now in our opinion o? this if not the height is certainly the depth of absurdity. We are unwilling to believe, that out of a nation of 30,000,000 freemen, more then a hundred men could not be select ed, talented and patriotic enough to be en trusted with the administration of our Na tional Government. Surely the Democratic Party contains within its ranks more than one man worty to be its Standard Bearer. But the Douglas worshippers do not seem to 'think so. He, if we may believe them, is a giant; an intellectual giant: the rest of the party arc intellectual pigmies, over whom it...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 May 1860

LiST OF RETAILERS ,y FOFEiGJ? AND DOMESTIC MEKOIAN i TZE in Cambria County for the year 1800. ' Taylor Township. Clas. License. $7 00 iliUm Alexander, flYod, Morrell & Co., n fVoaks 14 14 14 ' 7 T Conemaugh Toycnskip. JoT - iimviOc Borough. IIetrJ Balsier 14 14 a. st be 58. It it. O. o- in- v no let O-crge Kohier, v.W. Hay, itn SIat6r:'n ffiliiura Bott Co., P. W. Gongbucur, iwii Plitt. A. Harbor Co., S. I). Cr.nr.cn & Co., 1) S- BJitger. jdnK-Shryock, Agent. V LutLer. . C Morrii, A. Iliuchman, E.KoLler, ji. Umvecsacbt, ju.0 & Ramsey, J. W. Disart, j. S. CLristy, joLa I'ibert," Frederick Lytenberger, J,hn Miller, Gerp Stndney, J. H- Harrington, .Ian BiA'iv, 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 14 12 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 11 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 11 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 7 7 10 7 t 7 7 HV9 is, . as i a -his cs- tion and 'for lioa U . lout di. iich lent eirs di. lem. lses, )ften Jing 7 7 10 7 12 7 7 7 7 i 7...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 May 1860

ill Coal Asfces as a Mamare. WIth'rat -any pretentions to a practical knowledge of the subject we ars tempted to rivo our cxnericccc in a small way. Upon a half acre of land partly in grass and partly cultivated, we have tried the "experiment as follows, with great success: In November we cleared est tbe cellar, shes made the previous season from seven tone of anthracite coal, mixed with the ashes of one-half cord yellow pipe wood used in Jandlhrg; to this was added equal parts of li or se-manure and loam, well mixed together. A part of this was used at tbe lime upon a piece of grass gronnd iuv than twenty years u the sward, put on about two iuchts thick as top droning, which has this year produced two rrrps of fine grass, in place of white Wed and other uuisacces, and the ground has shown no tdgns of being affected by the drycirier. The fcilance lay in a heap till pnng. and was used on the cultivated ground, both for spreading and in the hill. KeULT3. While ia former years the ear ...

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 June 1860

fa 01 select i . ic ;!; THIS BLESSINGS OF GOVEBXMET, LIXK TEtK DEWS OF HXAVKN, SHOULD BH DI8TBIBUTET "iLtXB XTPGX TH HIGH ASD TRB LOW, TBI BICH ASb TBI POOR. E1F SERIES. EfiENSBURG, PI. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6,1860. TQL. 7 NO. 28. lis to 18- ?! 12- FIT H. red f ie at : uuntry. a cj lesul vi n,liir.2t jrices T. C'LopJ TERMS: nEMOCRAT& SENTINEL' IS PUB j ILshel every Wednesday Morning at L n.uLA and jjiftt oests per annum, bleia advance; ujs uullab asd devknty r Cists if not paid within six months, and DJfci,Ajt3 if not paid until the termination o vear. subscription will be taken for a shorter I j six months, and no subscriber will be :srj to eusconunue nis paper until au ar iga are paid, except at the option of the h . ... . . ... "J WhJ -ypersjn sucscrioing ior six m on in 3 win oe .J ose dollar, unless the money is paid Jr. Advertising- nates. One insert'n. Two do. Three do 12 lines j 21 lines 36 lines I $ 50 1 00 1 50 3 months. $1 50 2 50 4 OO 6 00 10 00 15 00 75 1 00 2 00 6 do. $3...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 June 1860

tmorxal & Btntincl. v jL-j : The Clack Republican Candidates. t& On last Monday afternoon the follow- The ticket nominated at Chicago, is by no I ing card was handed to us. . C. D. SiltRUAY, Editor. t. c. Zabm, Publisher &. Proprietor WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6, 18C0. 5S. M. rettenslll & Jo., Advertising Agents. 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thored Agents for the "Democrat & Swrri jf el and the most iafluential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for ua at our LOWEST TERMS. V PRESIDCXTIAI. ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George il. Keim. of Berks County. Itichard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1. Frederick A. Server, 2. Wo. a Patterson, 8. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4, John Q. Brenner, 6. G. W. Jacoby, 6. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver P. James, 8. David Schall, 0. Joel L. Lightner, 10. S. S. Barber, 11. Thos. II. Walker, 12. S. S. Winchester, 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 June 1860

Z.J the CI Tlie Great turuauo ui me est. Nearly One Hundred Lives Lost. The Cinciunai papers of Wednesday are 'filled with accounts of the etonn which visited that section of country on Monday. It is opposed to Lave extended from Lousville to Marietta, following the course of the river. The damages done is estimated at 1,000, '000. All the totrns and villages on the river ilove Cincinnati have Fuffcred severely. TL:rty-six pairs of Coal teats, with 900,000 lustels of coal, arc known to have sunk, and i: is feared that nearly 100 lives are lost. All the steamboats on the river are moro or less injured. At Louisville and Xew Albany tie ttoim was cot so disastrous, but a great jracy houses were unroofed, and trees and fctces blown down. At Louisville two lives Vere Io,-t, and a number of coal boats euok. At Cartbsge, Ohio, the Lunatic asylum 5u(Tercd a damage of 14,000. Gov. Cor Vin's residence, al Lebanon, Ohio, was un roofed. At Cbilcothe the engine house of he Marietta and Cincinnat...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 June 1860

i? w ci; c r Cropping TDalry Farms. The following is taken from the "Hand- 0 boot of Dairv Husbandry." by J. C. Morton recently published in London, and its sug- gestions are worthy of the consideration of our dairy farmers: "The cropping of the dairy farm has al ready been considered. e refer to it again under this section to insist on the crcat ad vantage to large dairy farms of a considera ble portion of the land being arable. The ability to maintain cows during the winter o season, when dry or not jieldinmilk enough for theTnainteninee of the general dairy man agement, on roots and straw instead of hay, and tbes to eet apart a larger portion of the grass for summer pasture, to i's own great advantage and to the greater productivcn?s of the cows at their most productive period, l 1. . a 1 if i et - r vaiiuoh ue uverraicu. ii every iuu seres oi s grass land being at the rate of more than U acres Ter cow of whole summer r.astnrA to- I i t . . t gether with the aftermath of a corres...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 13 June 1860

III 1 "111 'V TN I . vf EBENSBURG, Pi. WEDNESDAY, JUXE 13, I860. VOL. 7 SO. LV.i Tmt m.Esardt8 op iSotssxsiist, like the tett of nzim, enocu) b dki raf fl alike t?o5 thj high, asb thb tow, ms wen asd ihi rcos. , TERMS: euocrat & Sentinel is tub- lis'ued every Wednesday Morning at 0:s axd r iftt Cexts per annum, T,lr:lb!eii ulrmce; Ose Dollar axd Sevextt r Ct.N"T3 if n:t paid within six months, and jyo P '.tAR3 if not paid until the termination the year. So s--.1 s:r:prkn will be taken for a shorter itlji :aau six months, and no subscriber will be lib rty t discontinue his paper until all ar m.vws are paid, except at the option of the .: t. A-v person subscribing for six months will be -1:T-J o"Xe dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. One insert n. Tico do. Three do li-riare, 12 li 2 squares, "24 li iKuares, 136 li 2 lines J $ 50 1 00 1 50 3 month. 41 50 2 60 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 $1 00 2 Oo S 00 12 do $5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 linesl liues 1 00 2. 00 C do. $3 00 4 50 ...

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. — 13 June 1860

0emocr,il Qmlintl MttiV raitnr. ,1 USea i. c'zahni. Publisher &FroprictoH in WEDNESDAY, JUNE '13, 18C0. S. 31. PettensiH & Advertising ASents; 11. Na-m ork' J aTs nd the most influential and largest circu- latin- Newspapers in the Lmtea we . i Canaaas. j.ucy r us at our lowest terms. PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. Gsoro M. Keim, of Berks County. Kichard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT ELECTORS. I. Frederick A. Server, 12. Wm. C. Patterson, 3. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4. John G. Brenner, 5. G. W. Jacoby, 6. Charles Kelly, 7. Oliver P. James, 8. David Schall, 9. Joel L. Lightner, 10. S. S. Barber, II. Thos. II. Walker, 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac Reckhow, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 15. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner, 18. 19. 20. Jesse R. Crawford, tL fiwoll Joshua B. Howell, 21. N. P. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. William Book. 12. S. S. v inchester, 24. Byron D. Llamlin, 25. Gaylord Church, FOP. GOVKENOll. HENRY D. FOSTER, OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY Ttie Baltimore Conv...

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 June 1860

the mv 5tT- 3 Of Ues, sect CiSfl 1& Is of t of 80V- t,or itUK III I mas s for s.on 13 tO mas hes f CH tea I i- Con- It j cc e par I CIS ter is cd. for Ut iu3 :ass con rate die- ,t !T e & Trillins: to chance . Jin tiUMIC to o.ectuo ueiwwu me .- f j i. ' T sailanta on this point. Vat tgreal complaint of 'l is, that the J-c of the delegation dfd not vote for i'r Dca"Ias. Inis complaint is as unrea- ble s anjiiung eise uiat caa oeen saiu. i Ij goes to prova taat in the ardor of ,i jj admiration :or J)lr. L. certain of Lis frkndd are ntterlj incapable of looking at . 1 . , ll A nnzi tf 1 . An1 ill.) vin ink rtia'J n e cermiuijr never preieuusu io be for Mr. Douglas, therefore, no one la de ,":TJ. It waspcrfectly well known when tt were eleoted delegates that we preferred c&er candidates to Mr. Douglas liut it us .tempted to" find ic the large vote received j bim a reason to 6omo a conclusive rea- why we should Lave abandoned our fiVorittand gone for Mr. D. Under ordi .rj circ...

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 June 1860

Glass aink. Pans. . The following extract from Mortal Band rl f Dairv UuslanJrv, recently publish ed io Scotland, relative to the merits of glass milk pans, u worthy of consideration, and 8rree we believe wiih nil the experience among our own farmers who have used them. On several occasions vre have commended the glass milk pan, and now again take occasion to invite the attention of all engaged, more cr less, in Jairyfcg. to the following facts, as well as confirmation of previous statements on the subject. An immense amount of discussion has ta ken place on the special merits of different Krts of milk pan,. Probably the greatest nnlity of milk ia this country is set for in leaden cisterns about four or five inches deep; the next commonest pan is of brown earthenware, white inside, some twenty one ;i,.u Moss at the top, and four inches deep i f.wit or more wide at or tucreauuiii, i 1 rt cimi: bfom. V esse! oi uuueu v ehipe ire alo very common for the purpose. Zinc wMch is much more ...

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 June 1860

L lit THX BLISSISGS OF GOVEBNMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS or HEAVEN, SHOCli) BE DISTBIBCTTO ALIEEPOS THE gIGH AXD Till LOW, THE BICB AND TOE POOB 0 SERIES. EBENSBURG, PI. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1860. YOL. 7 S0.; SO- 1 1 n i w5 w - Y-' 1 www iv .yav$ 53 S- T E It 91 St f rEMOCRAT & SENTINEL IS PCB- JLf liahed every Wednesday Morning at j DoLLAft asd Fiftt Cssts per annum- . 1 T Lyw'ein advance; uje uolur axd sevsxtt fcri Cbsts if not paid within six months, and u Oolla&s if not paid until the termination th year. , . - So subscription will be taken for a shorter r'od than six months, and no subscriber will be liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar xi33 re paid, except at the option of the . :.. . lay person iUoscnbing Tor six months will Joe irr'ei ess dollar, unless the money is paid A Jvertlslngr Rates. - One inter I n. 'ftco do. Thre do 4 60 4 75 $1 00 1 00 1 00 2 Oo 1 60 2 00 8 00 jaaree, iz lines i luanri, 36 lines "j s xnontns. o do. 12 do -M,. 41 50 $3 00 $5 00 2 50 4 50 9 ...

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. — 20 June 1860

democrat & Sentinel. CD."TIIJBRAT, Editor. D. C. Zabm, Ibllglier &.rroprlctor WEDNESDAY. JUKE. 20, 18C0. 8. 31. IettenffHI & t'oH Adverting Agents, 119 Nassau Street New York. and 10 State rtreet, Boston, are the au thorial Agents for the "Democrat & fcrrir " and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and CanaJas. They are empowered to contract for US &t OUr LOWEST TERMS. . PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTORS. " ' 1 ELECTORS AT LASGC George M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1. Frederick A. Server,! F 2. Wra. C. Patterson. 8. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4. John G. Brenner, . G. W. Jacoby, 6. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver P. James, 8. David Sehall, 9. Joel L. Lightuer, 10. S. S. Barber, '11. Thos. II. Walker, 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac Keckhow, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 16. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner, 18. Jesse R. Crawford, 19. II. N. Lee. 20. Joshua B. Howell, 21. N. T. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 20 June 1860

I eta1 iind i- this ecc s that .will italic d b ,5de tbe w' -ire bus. rrhV.C1 Later from Europe. QcrsEC. Jane II. Ad official Nepolitan tJegratn of the LCth eijs: . . -.' Tiiia morning,- ths inaurgenta were attacked fcv ciir Jxops; beaten end driven from their fUi.BZ position at Tarco. and is now occupied t-our colnmui. Tbe lDsargenta fnstaincd trett losses. Another col am n is pursuing toetn in tho direction of Nian Malt. - Accounts b J mail state that at Mcisina or ier. wa .maintained, tut everything was "-read; for an. outbreak in cs.se Garibaldi fuc 'ceeda in entering Palermo, of which thero estimated .at fifteen thousand, bat is said to tave been siibsequectly swelled to fortj 'ttottsand. -. Aicoriog to an intercepted despatch from tie General commanding the royal forces at Aha;n0 ou of five thou'ind men there were y& tso thousand three huudrcd killed and wounded. : No laentioo 1 made of the loaa cf jje iutzreat3. ' - - tittcj cf iLo rojal troop. who retreated to Palermo, s...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 20 June 1860

l.l.Vi j- 6 fTe Want Good Ilultcr. The dairying U now at full tide; the milk pails orerfiow tnc,r fog treasures, the pans are crowned with rich cream, and golden nuggets of bu'ter are ready for trans portatnn to the marker, there to be minted ino solid coin. The quantity of dairy pro ducts brought to this market would surprise a novice; tua onality of mucb of it still more sutouadiag. Au average of 500.000 lbs. of bu'ter per week is consumed in New York and vicioity; 100.000 lbs. would be a full estimate of the prime article to be found in the whjle quantity. The price paid for the best sorts, over the inferior, would secmVobe inducement enough to furnish a good article in abundance, but when purchasing family aupplies. we have often sampled and tasted large lota smelling was encu h in many caies wi:hout finding a single desirable firkin. Scarce a countryhousekeeper would allow such trash to appear on her table, indeed, visitors from the eountrv find the butter here one of the great...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 June 1860

. - TUB LLES6Ucda OF GOTtKNlIKiiT, LIKE TUB DEWS OF HEATES, SHOULD EH DISTHIBUTLD XLTCC CPOX T3S HISII THE LOW, THE ETCH ASTO TEX POOH. JEW SERIES. EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, ME 27, 1809. TOL. MO. 31- TERMS: t fBMOCP.AT & SENTINEL. 13 PUB .J lishsd every Wednesday Horning at Qf Dollar a.vd FrFTY Ckxts per annum, mvab'a in advance; Oxe Dollab and Seventy fiicCENTiif not paid within six months, an J j Two D?lla.b.s u not p ud until the termination J thi year. ij subscription will be taken for a shortei rstiI than six months, and no subscriber will be t: liberty to discontinue his paper until nil ar rtjr3.;.2i are paid, except at the option of the editor. . Any person subscribing for sis months will be ;iireJ OSE rcLT.AR. unless tbe money is paid Advertising- Xlntcs. One insert'n. Tico do. Three tfo luoare, 121 :aros, 21 I juarcs, 36 1 1$ 50 $ 75 $1 00 - 1 00 - 1 00 2 Or, 1 0 '2 CO 3 00 3 months. C do. 12 do $1 tO $3 00 5 00 2 50 4 50 9 00 4 00 7 00 12 00 6 00 9 CO 11 00 10 00 12 CO...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 June 1860

1 democrat & 0mtitul. . gi n lfT-f J KILi EiUlllir. TD. C. Zahro, Publisher &rroprlctor WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27, 1860. XATIOXAL DE3IOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. . . r rtt 4t"k tffo7 In tin narlu that does not carry tin flag and keep step to the music of Vie J Unio.i."Biius Clioate. PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1. Frederick A. Server, 2. YVm. C. Fatterson. 3. Joeph Crockett, Jr. 4. John G. Brenner, E. G. W. Jacoby, C. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver P. James, 8. David Schall, 9. Joel L- Lightner, 10. S. S. Barberr 11. Thos. II. "Walker, 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac Keckhow, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 16. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner, 18. Jesse R. Crawford, 10. II. N. Lee, 20. Joshua B. Howell, 21. N. P. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. "William Book, 24. Byron D. Hamlin, 12. S. S. Winchester, 25. Gaylord Chu...

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