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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 June 1860

1.1 4iTR raoaciiiroBxu. i.rg-id, Slicurl, Z l -Z. The cver- 'c-zzm. ti'J- California advices i the Phi "here i? crest exciterii.rr:t in TTestem TJ taL ?cd by Icda-i. btsEiTLiiafiS. The TnaT tt Biir extend troiu V-Ircr I- "er to Hm gt Zs- i L-ritntii. t le dis continuance of if I'orj Erpress. la mail body o? Indians are concentrated t- r-s.T2i; Lft.fi F'Lsre CuL Ormsby'e party fcar"feafcst, and where, as is now -sssst-tL, ivsr one -timdrfci Zudians were kilied. ec-'-J a-t iell armed end csn&nt, tad T-.a.ir iron. VoOO to Z'JitQ. " Ot the of 3ay, Col. Jack -EUye, j t,T, e rr;r of ever six hundred vcluLtserr j z-- i-T Hie iiidiix cia.p tt ti b- iiL n-aruurr &ccurrea.. A tLi ensued S ocoarrf i. A rLt eusu-d ) : !HTe LuiiOreJ ItiaiaiiS. -h& -Krcrfc i wi.ii sevcii tilied. iiiclu-iin a luc -.- aiiij-utir partT ui rertLLari- aiiC t -as.tST stared fjr Pvramid Lkke, -wiil I - iLiinuos of forciip a reuerrJ bailie ritL j Tiie tfisct of tLLs disturbauae has ir :c caoeeiitrate ail tLe ...

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. — 27 June 1860

LATER FROMCAMFORXIA. - vrirjgfield, Missouri, J ens H3. The over , aj maU with California advices to th9 1st 0r June has been received. Jhcre is great excitement in Western Utah, tMisci by Indian hostillitie3. The Indian at tacks now extend from Walter River to lion er 1,16, necessitating the discontinuance of the Pony Express. fie main body of Indians are concentrated ftfytAven Lake, where Col. Ormsby'a party aestikbited and where, as is now. aacer jjiaeiover one hnndred Indians were killed, rjje foemy are well armed and defiant, and Dber from lbOOto SOOO. Oa the 29th of May, Col. Jaok naves, jjth. a party of over six hundred volunteers. iad Capt.&tewtrd wto sixteen government ffjops. started for the Indian camp at Wil lis eUt ion, Carson river, where the first juJiiin murders occurred. A fight ensued iib three hundred Indians, who were de nted, with seven killed, including a princi iichk-f.. -Two volunteers were wounded. )a the 3 1st another party of regulars and volunteers st...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 June 1860

ZZXiW TO MOW. Asciilo wreathes the lips of our veteran farmer, as he reads the hetd'iDg of this arti cle. G-a ai editor teach uio anything new io that lice? Oa no, sir, perhaps not, but 1st us List a word or too ti jour sons, or to tome youDg men who have not euch skilful fathers to teach them.. We want them to learn tbis art aright, then they will never for get it. This is ere of the most fatiguing operations of firming, and the more so, as it has to bo cone ia vcy warm weather. Any hints to listen the labor wi-1 be very useful. In the Crst, place the::, rise early and begin before By doing bo, and laving J our Tha coolness of and the dew on tue grass . 1 . 1 e-vlbe Euamened and iq perfect oruer me a!-" t before, voa may got bull a cay a wor douj bcfjra i.iue o'clock. the lumning air. wi'.i Ivth help along the liber. At ince o elock. 30a r.ny return to the house trto some tb-iy tree, aad rest yourself for several hours wbila jour slow neighbor is sweating through uud perhaps bursti...

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 July 1860

iirir ' t f titf $ ! 1 (flllf ifif WW THB BLESStSOS OF GOVXBKMEXT, LIKK TUB PEWS OF HEAVES, SHOCLD BS PISTHXBOTED ALIKE CPOX TH HIGH iSD THE LOW, TEE ICH AK1 TH POOR. SEW SERIES. TERMS: kEJIOCRATA SENTINEL' IS PUB- j lished every Wednesday Morning at Xn Dollar asd r tftt Cents per annum, v,ij-alle in advance; Oxk Dollar and SeVEstt firs Cssrs if not paid within six months, and Xx Dollars if not paid until the termination J the year. X.J subscription will be taken for a shortei period than six months, and no subscriber will be tt liberty to discontinue Ma paper until all ar ranges are paid, except at the option dt the editor. Any person subscribing for six months will be t'aarged OSt dollar, unless the money Is paid Advertising- Hates. One insert'n 'Two do. Three do square, 12 lines! 2 iquarcs, "24 lines I iijuares, 8,6 lines $ 50 1 00 1 60 months. $1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 $ 75 1 00 2 00 ' 6 do. $3 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 $1 00 2 00 3 00 12 do $5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 ...

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 July 1860

jGEkutocrat & J&nti&d. C O. Mt'RRAT, Editor. t. C. Zalim. Publisher &lroprietor WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1SC0. S. 31. rcttonglll & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New Yc-k, ami 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Skxti Kel," and the most iafluenti.il and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canada. They are empewcred to contract for U3 at OUr LOWEST TERMS. XATIOXALr DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKENRIDCE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. "I will attach myself to iio parly tliat does not carry ihe'jtaj and keep step to the music of the Union" Itttfus Cfioaie. PRESIDEXTIAL. ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Yaux, of Philadelphia. riSTBICT ELECTORS. 1. Frederick A. Server, 2. Wm. C. Patterson, 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac Reckhow, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, . 16. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner, - 18. Jesse R. Crawford, 19. II. ...

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 July 1860

:-ir. to a, Old Abe on tlie Battle Field. The folloYing story of the first and last niiliitary exploit of "Old Abe Lincoln is told by the Toledo Times: ' : At the 'time of the Black ILnvk ivar, Abo" enlisted. The company mustered 80 mounted men. ' Tliey started off in fine spir it to engage ia the deadly - fray, Arriving at the point on the prairies about two hun dred niiles from the Indian lines, the party ..ivcuacked for the night, picketed their hor M and slept on " their arms. The method ?f picketing their horses wag that ia. common .jse fastening a baga rope some 80 feet in length to a stake firmly planted, and then -jain" smaller lines of considerable length, oca end attached co the animals neck, and tbii other to the main rope. During the si-bt the sentinel imagined he saw the Io c'uq6. and immediately discharged his old fuice. The camp was aroused in od instant. and each spraug to h"i3 saddle. . "Old Abe" hoateut in the darkness oa his charger klie lightning, until the ropes...

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 July 1860

Charred boaea are the very best source t)f phosphates t present known. If a to con tains 78 per cent, of pbeephate, it Trill be a good article. Leaving wit of view tbe three or four per cent, of carbonate -of which has to be converted into salpbate of lime be fore the acid will aoton the phosphate, let ns ee what would be the composition of the wy lest superphosphate that can possibly be Biade from this 200 lbs. of charred Irones. The 200 lbs, of bones contain 150 lbs. of phosphate ww posed of 84 lbs. of Tune and 72 lbs, of phosphoric ecid. To convert this into soluble phosare, we have to add sulphur ic acid enough to take away 60 lbs, of lime. This requires 80 lbs, of sulphuric acid equal to about 120 lbs, of common oil of vit rol (sp. gr ,1- 7.) To convert the 155 lbs, of phosphate con tained in iiOOlbs, of charred boccs. then we add SO lbs, of sulphario acid. The mas would then weigh 30 lbs But the sulphate of lime foTaed by the nion of the sulphuric acid and lime, like oar commo...

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 July 1860

a 9 si m e u s' itf r TIIE BLESSISGS OF QOVESNILKJT, LIKE THE DEWS- OP HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTRIBUTED ALlKS UPOM THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE U1C1I AND TUB POOS. JEW SERIES: EBENSBJJRG, PA; WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, I860. VOL 7 SO. 33. X 1 II Hi V TERMS: riEMOCRAT A SENTINEL IS PUB- J Iisaed every Wednesday Morning at lyg D'JttA and r ifty Cbxts per annum, jyil)!e ia advance; Oxe Dollar isd Sevestt ire Ck.n-ts if not paid within six months, and hta Dollars if not paid until the termination If the year. So subscription will be taken for a shortex V'rioJ than six months, and no subscriber will be t liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar- Witor. Any person subscribing for sis months "will be '-jr;jcJ ose dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. One insert' n Tiro do. Tfrrce do ,1T3ire, $' CO 1 00 1 53 3 months. $1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 $1 00 2 Oo 2 00 12 do 45 00 9 00 12 00 11 00 20 00 So 00 24 lines 3Glines 1 00 2 (0 C lo. 33 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 5n.ire3, I ii...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 11 July 1860

manner interfere i a. this case, nor has he in tiny other case of contract since J have been in the Department" The absence of all proof to sustain this attempt to degrade the Presi dent, whilst it manifests the venom of the shaft aimed at him, has destroyed the vigor of the blow. To return rfter this digression. Should the House by the institution of Covode Com mittees, votes of censure and other devices to harrass the President, reduce him to subser vience to their will, and render him their creature, then the well ballanced Government which our fathers framed will be annihilated. This conflict has already been commenced in earnest by the House against the Executive A bal precedent, rarely if ever, dies It will I fear, be pursued in the time of my succes sors, no matter what may be their political character. Should secret committees be ap pointed with unlimited authority to range over all the words and actions, and, if possi ble the very thoughts of the President, with a view to d...

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 July 1860

Dt4 of TTTe Japanese Embassy left thia coun try oa their return to their far off home, on J t g. t thc borders of another. The splendid United States steamship magara sailed with them from New. York about two o'clock on Satur day afternoon direct for JapaTi; via the Cape of Good Hope, and will reach her destination in about one hundred days. The prelimina ries aud preparations for the departure oa the previous day was somewhat interesting, as ;lioWi?: The embassy left the Metropolitan Ilotel sd were escorted to pier North river by the .oanuon council committee, the seventy-first re-riraent, and the naval commissioners. Af ter a delightful sail on the Harriet Lane, up North and East rivers, viewing the Great Kastern and the navy yard on the route, they were placed on board the Niagara, and their escort bade them adieu. Uefore leaving the first ambassador had taken off his outer gar ment cr coat, with which he invested Mr Le kr.'i, explaining it as the highest order of Japanese compli...

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 July 1860

i i Tlie Culture ofRula Hag Us. Like tie parsnip, the Huta flaga is not cultivated by our farmers to the cxtctt it ought to Ij. though much more generally than the former. It is cot nearly so difficult of cultivation as i he parsnip, though it a!o requires care and high farming to render ccr tain Urge crop?. We Lave heard of tvrelvo hundred hu.iLek'ij jiug raised ca aa acre, and we have viewed crops which yielded about eight hundred bushels The seed should be sown not later than tic 2oth, or at farthest the 2th of July, though ouie farmers sow it much earlier. About the middle to the U0th of July is perhaps the best period fur this latitude. If the soil is mellow aud ruli, the Kuta JJaga will grow anywhere. It is. lite the parsuip, a very hardy plant, aud can bo allowil to remain in the ground until late in November. . Sow the seed in drills twenty eight or thir ty inches apart, and when the plants are well up, thin out to al.?ut tight or ten inches, then cultivate betwevu the rows,...

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 July 1860

y TUB BUSSTXOS OK GOVEfrXHENT, LIKK THE DEWS 0 TTEAVEK, 8EOClJ BB DISTRIBUTED ALIKE T7P0X THB HIGH 1HD THB LOW, THE EICB AU TTi POOR. iiiii Vi TERMS: 4 FK kElIOCaAT & SEXTIXEL IS PUB- XJ lishea every Wednesday Morning at C-g Djllar and Fifty Cexts per annum, livable ia advance; Ose Dollar axd Setektt 'five Cssts if not paid within six months, and TVj Dollars if not paid until the termination cf th year. No subscription will he taken for a shorter period than six months, and nosubscriher will be f,i liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar re.iragjs are paid, except at the option of the editor. Aay person subscribing for six months will be tiiirgeJ OSE dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising1 Rates. , O.ie insert' n. Two do. Three do 1 1 pare, 12 lines jijuarcs, '24 lines I 1 1 pares, ("36 lines j lim-s or leas, 1 spire, f 12 lines 2 i p.ires, f 24 lines J S squires, f 36 lines J tlalf a column, Or.e column. $ 50 $ 75 $1 00 1 00 1 00 2 On 1 iO 2 00 3 00 S months. 6 do. ...

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. — 18 July 1860

-i s C. T. Ml'RRAT, Editor.. O. C. Zahns. PabllhrtI'ropTJetr WFnE3DAY. JULY 1. Tielancboly Occurrence. ?ire tt Teeilf 2M tenter, Sc".1, Crever fe teiL" Th uditkiaaU who wer coljnixtd ta thi lercTj? Lrt tics M64 for th parpoae if e-os.i.clll tL dieat eleetiio oa the 7-i kit., "yJA -? s-akea" ar.-i kfs o Ttsdy s.otul&g of last week. Haviag fr foTiied cs the jrf i.-,a HiMr-ay the wirk if nalii CT were ianyrted taio fh' bor- caVa. tie eeatW.or of it EbeMLarg a&J Creisoa Rail rvi ! Cotrpaay tad no farther - of their aervices Ar,4aJ they were ae- cctililj it oa their wi rjoicicg to (w believe JJaos'er township. ,TL7 remained I& town only three dajj af;cr the delg el ection. Wb wf.l tow cJeny that tiey were eolooizeJ here fcr the purpose of ecttrolliag XAlibsAI. DEJIOCR ATIC TItKtT Xr,0mCr thaielecn? 3m!j M fisted -itL JOHN . BKt6iw'- ; .u ,itU wa ta7, lU e5fCO?ry to v! ! Ac :7ri kw la the Ccuti.tjI1 t6 ! proda-ie the Lxpre:oa tax; the ri'ttcf these K;7TJCT.7. GEN. JOSEPH LANE,...

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 July 1860

IL XOTICES. .-1.4 EXTRACT OP HAMAMELtS. OR FAIN DESTROYER, of tbo- few domestic remedk- J which cLu-e Into general use and favor, without j:n2. w r " : , " n ami a. ririmstie rpmprfr ltJo3 i- A. I j i" .1 j V ... 'urn CI til. i. Rrsnsp.il HrrAfifsa rH ' . .,,' RJieumallsm. Boils. Ulcers nfS2. ' - ft T,vrha-7tt. Hundreds t, i in theJr f racf.ice, and give it their unuali- 1 r,UiCJtlJlJi. hM fcy-our agents ana at... f f. UfJlH'HREYS i GO.. &02 Broadwcy, ' -a-"- ' 1 Mrwrn.i xc.ue rules the mass oF the people ' - - i . : ... .1 U.-n in the immense quanttiies f this bat are annually suld in every section J.'pl.ind. It is now recognized a3 gre.i'.ly su- ? ': r o all clher renielies yet devised for dia , f the digestive organs, such as diarrhoea, ' c-j aTii Hoinii, it Las not en e.jnal. It !- used, with great success, fir Toothache, V - Ndura'gia, Sure Threat. Colic. Diarr p.jjrseAiss, ani oilier s.rr.uar troublesome Mr'itt'u! sections, while it promptly arrays i .phvs'cians u.je 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. — 18 July 1860

StuaijJS IXavr to Treal mem. We have often pbwed among stumps, and Lave oftHi seen others exercise their ekill in ulnaipy 5-iJU The plowmen pulls Lis team of horcea, or scol-la or whips them, if oxen, Wide, of one stump, outside of another, and perhaps both sides of the third, with an adroit cts which makes one feel that stumps are not the worst things in the world after all With the exception of a grass paUrh by tie ttump, here and there an uiiploed, and un covered bUuk, serpentine furrows instead of straight, the work is passibly done; and with considerable extra labor in cultivating the crop may be good. Stumps, nevertheless, are a hindrance to the b.t kin! of husbandry. Not less than sever, evils grow out of them, or cluster ub.ut them 1st. They intermit the crop over a space of three or four time their own 6ize. -1. Hj reason of the grass patch about tbeir roots. they render a surrounding circle so com. mat the crop dues not grow thriftily, nor ripen uni formly with the rest of...

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 July 1860

Ml is til i u in TIIE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOCLD TB DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPOS TUB HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AS1 TH3 POOR. '.rir.e ti . stones aekeriT and otH pronoun lb ay' No. 10 ent for 359 tp!1 uired Jc - cfflTi- of t5i3 s forcH ber f n 'mor V m SERIES. EBEMSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1860. VOL. 7 X0. 35. POLITICAL. Viic President's Endorsement or Brccfeenrldgre and lane. Uis Address at the Serenade. The Washington Coast it at ion, contains Mr ;, L;inan"s endorsement of the Rreckenridge et at the serenade given him on Monday b2, rficr the ratification meeting in Wash ton. It is as follows: f-i nas and Frlloto Citizens: I thank you ni ny heart for the . honor of this viit. I -BHy congratulate yon on the preference : hire expressed for Majr Ereckcnridgc ;Gc-a Lane as candidates for the Presi ,cy and --Vies Presidency of the United .f over all competitors. App?atio. .- :;ri man who.s names an kuo-.v.i t- the ; jTv; thAy nee J no eulogy froiu me. Tliey ...

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 July 1860

V J 11 H 0 I! democrat & Saxtiucl. C. O. 3IURU.4Y, Editor. O. C. Zaliiu, I'ubllslter Proprietor WEDNESDAY. JULY 25, 18C0. KATIOXAL DC3lbfJATlC TICItCT FOR PRESIDENT. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. vtrry the jiaj and keep step to w wu.ic e c therefore appointed. We think we can luivx."-i:!Ji3 Choate. i ., . ... i prove mat previous to lue meeting ui iuvu ' I will attach myself io no parly that dees not 1RESID11TI.IL EJ.CCTOBS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keim, of I'erks County. HicharJ Yaux, of Philadelphia. EISTRICT ELECTORS. demanded the immediate admission of Kan sas into the Union. lie was in a word an ultra Lecomptouite. . Our reader -ri'l doubt less remember that during the controversy bis course was fiercely assailed through the columusof the Mountaitvcer. aud that several editorial articles appeared ia ilils r3Ptr de" fending it. After the adjournment of the Legislature. Lc continued to sustuiu the Na tional Administra...

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 July 1860

, SPECIAL. .VOTICES. POND'S EXTBACl OF HAMAMELIS, OR PAIN DESTROYER, i one of tLe few domestic remedies which lave come into general use and favor, without 'uriing- It is tllC product of a simple shrub, harmless in all cases, and .as a domestic reined y liiiequ dled. For Burns, Cuts, Bruises, Ewe -esi, Bsmtutss, Spraini, Rheumatism, Bulls, Ulcers, (It S-rts a-fi Wouffls, it has not an equal. It i id-o used, with great success, f r Tvo'harhe, II id-'chr. Neuralgia. Sjrs Throat, Colic. Diarr It-fa, 11 ' arseness, and other similar troublesome and painful affections, wliile it promptly arrets all Il-jiw-rrhages. Hundreds of physicians uso it J.iily in their practice, and give it their uaquali liei rccminen lation. Sold by our agents and JIcs. and by F. HUMPHREYS & CO., 5C2 Broadway, OLV. riiUPI IrlTC i'-S AND 1 A ; UFACTlTiEi.S. gj-CXnimon aense mles the mass of the people Latever the misi.amod and misanthrope phi ' -s-vbers mr.vsay to the contrary. Sha-.v them cr: let its merits 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. — 25 July 1860

ILliue and Salt Mixture. Oar description of this mixture has occur red so often, that wo feel very tuuch as we suppose Bill Lackaday to have felt when so often describing bis Christmas piece; but al most weekly wc are receiving Utters asking how swamp muck, river mud, leaf-mould, weeds, woods-earth, and other materials, con Uining large amounts of organic matter de composed, and we as often advise the use of Limn and Salt Mixture so frequently defea ted in our columns. This pimply briDgs an other letter, asking a description of the Lime and salt mixture, the manner of tieatment, cct. Two such letters are now before us. We wiU rchUte and we hope fur the last time that the lime and .alt material should be thus made. To three bushels of shell liaic, Lot from kiln by which we mean perfectly caustic UDa lacked add one busaici 01 tan, and in no mere water than dissolved in water is perfectly necessary forits solution, remem bering that coU water will dissolve ino;e salt than hot. It is qu...

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 August 1860

r ft THE BLESStSQg OP GOVERNMENT, UKK TUB DfcTOJ OP IIEAVKX, 8HOCLD BB DtSTRJJUJTXO Afr.K TJTOTJ" .TSUI BIOH IVB THH LOW, TUE KICtI AW1 TB TOOK. . EBESSBIRG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JECUST 1,1860. F0L.-7 K0. 36. Mm iiiff is t. a JEW SERIES. I T C It 31 s: if rSMOCIJAT & SENTINEL' IS PCB j. lishsd every Wednesday Morning at g DjllaR aso Fifty- Cbnts per annum, ''ulaia a lvance; Oxa Dollar and SKVsxtT vs Ctsn if not paid within six months, and Djllakj if not paid until the termination r ;L year. So subscription will be taken for a shorter ;riiJil than sir months, and no subscriber will be . "liberty to discontinue hi9 paper until all ar-.iragi-'i paid, except at the option ot the Auv poraon subscribing for six months will be t-r "ou one kollar. unless the money is paid One insert'n. Two do. Tlirte do ..juare, r-uarcs. 12 lineal CO 1 00 1 60 8 months $1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00 10 00 $ 75 1 00 2 00 e d--. $3 On 4.50 7 00 9 00 12 00 $1 00 2 00 3 00 12 do $5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 00 S5 00 24 lines!...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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