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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 1 August 1860

t democrat & Sentinel. . - n. D. 3IURBAY, Editor. D. C. Zalini. Publisher &Proprlctor WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1, I860. FOR PRESIDENT. . JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, . . GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. "I Kill attach myself to no party Uiat does not tarry the flag awl keep step to me mum y Union." -Ruf us Choate. PRES1DEXTI.4L ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac Beckhow, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 16. John A. Aid, 1". Joel B. Danner, 18. Jesse 11. Crawford, 19. II. N. Lee, 20. Joshua D. IIowcll, 21. N. T. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. William Book, 24. Byron D. Hamlin, the political circus as a. ctar performer a stances exceed that oi Congress, and that nonaeriai. turning political summersets, temoprary chair- therefore they do not possess the power to k Oar neighbor of the Mountaineer is a re BaD.. After transacting some unimportant legislate slavery int...

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 August 1860

LATER FOOM EtTROi'E. irriwiloflht CitvoJ Washington St Jobns, July 27. The steamship City .-1 Vrrrton. from Liverpool on the ISth, via iiM"'"': .1 -t'c.L ...J fi ,afcIliaowD on ice AUia ibm., paeu wpe ,t t fiU' o'clock tbi? morning. Thj nrwa f' . 0f the Associated Press succeeded in 4I- jvro newspapers, trotn woicn tne toi rpT enaimary of European intelligence is Jc-xnp-.-. Government ia said to hare i VViiatisHS at Damascus. Five hundred men - killed, amongst whom was the Dutch l'uciil' The American Consul was wound- The tffo vessels which passed over the Gar ij.ji are merchant steamers. i is confirmed that the steamer Veloo has ,iid over to Garibaldi. '.ples, 14th. lhe Jratriots are coustant travellicg the streets. ffce moderate party is full of apprehension I -ccernin? the stabbiog of an inspector of ibe rmer police on the 12th, in the Stradade t'J- ' . ... I A proclamation of" Garibaldi against the V,onrbon djnsty has been disturbed. lie jv3: I am a Royalist, but prefer Victor m...

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 August 1860

V A Word for Wee. Oar neighbor Km just maden argument fjr Weeds vhtuh should not go upnb lisbed "I let Qem Krow in m garden he ave "to keep off the hot sua and thj bugs from my chambers. I would, not, muecu, let enough grow to exactly smother the vines but enough U keep off the Insects, and to hale the ground and keep it cool." As he i-aid this, the muscles of his face seemed a lit U disturbed, as though he half distrusted his own theory, but he kept hia countenance quite well. What a dunce! Even if the leaves shade the ground, what do the roots do meanwhile? Pump it of its moisture and send the vapor off into mid air. rendering the soil dryer than it would have been if exposed to the full rays of the sun. Let any one try the experiment and he will be satisfied. And then, as to pro tecting the vines from bugs, we very much taction t'.. No, no The only rational way to garden imccessfully, is to keep down the w Jds. If the ground is suffering from the drouth, run the cultivator throug...

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 August 1860

IU, a - a.' a - a 9 v3v' in in -..". THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEENMEXT, LIKE THE BEITS OF II EATEN, SHOULD EE DISTBICj LIKE VPOX THE 13 IG II AKD THE IXW, THE RICn AM THE POOB NEW SERIES. EBENSBURG. Pi. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1860. VOL. 7 XO. 37, TERMS:. D' kEMOCRAT A. SENTINEL IS PUB- lished every Wednesday Morning at Oss Dollar a.vd Fifty Cexts per annum, uy.u!e ia a Ivancc; Oxe Dollar and Seventy r'lVK Ckxts if n n paid within six months, and Tw Dollars if not paid until the termination of the year. subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months, anil no subscriber will be tx liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar-,-vtra?es are paid, except at the option of the editor. Aiiy person subscribing for six months will be tli.irged one dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising -Rates. One insert'' n. Turn do. Three do l square, 12 lines j 12 squares, '24 lines 3 squares, 36 lines s :zh' or less. $ 50 1 00 1 50 3 months. 2 .50 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 $ 75 $1 00 1 00 2 Oo...

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 August 1860

ALU t i democrat Sentinel. Platform, it is our duty to remain faithfully and fearlessly by them, and endeavor to se cure their election. Above all, it is our duty to do the utmost we can to preserve the or ganisation of the party. The days of its o!nr are not nrT fivpn though it IDaV be de- fc; J w.-., - o 44. Let us recapitulate. In 1844 he op posed the regular democratic ticket. In 18 4G, if we are not misinformed, he opposed the election of Wm. B Foster, the democrat ic candidate for Canal Commissioner. In 1854 he opposed the democratic county tick- . I. mm . il j r feated in the present contest. It has many a et, ana was in lavor oi e erection oi cone brilliant campaign before it in the future, and maugh county. During the Legislative session as the.onlv guardian of the Union and the I of 1855 he lored for the new Cztv.f In Pnnstltntmn nfnnr eountrv. no sincere pa-1 1855 he was the candidate of tho Democratic triot should now abandon it. patty for the Legislature; pledged to opp...

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. — 8 August 1860

1 iECIAIXOTICES. 1 ts KXTKACr OF HAMAMELIS, OR f VMS DESTROYER, i , e r.f the few domestic remedies which k !0ne into general use and favor, without ? e It i3 the Product of a siraple shrub, i'ess in ft" cases, and as a domestic remedy t .TV for Burnt, Cats, Bruises, Soreness, " V Sprains, Khewnaiism, jjous, dicers, and Wmmds, it has not an equal. It " csl. w1" g11 success, for Toothache, '.a Xstiratoia, Sen Throat, Colic. Diarr j. aoa oilier simusr irouoiesome ' ' T .1 . -t 1.1 t.-.rrhajes. Hundreds of physicians use it '- ;n iheir practice, and give it their unquali 'n .ninitn'lu.U"oii. Sold by our agents and ii.-rt. and ly I f 'HUMPHREYS & CO., 562 Broadway, 1 SOLE PROFKtKTOBS AND MAXCFACTURERS. lyPersons afiiictcd with the Fever and Ague i Hr,, pare either time, trouble 01 expense, iure DR. nOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED t TKHS, whose beneficent effect? upon the hu lv-tni has been clearly proved to those .'- heca stricken down in a short space i.-x i- this dreadful enrse, whose chee...

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. — 8 August 1860

Remark on Summer rruuliiff. Pinching" a term often used in horti cultural literature, and is one of those tcch--.r.ls that. althou 'h well understood among t!ic initiated, has a very indefinite meaning to the general reader, at least in its horticultural application. Piuchiog is a mode of summer pruning whereby robust thjots are checked, ataa ear ly stage of their growth, by removing their extreme poiuts with a pinch between the thumb and finger; this retards, for a time, their extension, and induces growth in lower K 1- that would, in all nrbbability have rc- J -' - - " L uiaiued dormant. The process is applicable it - 1 1 I t n (mna nnd n inis. an i is the icst meii- v i i ..r ...,Tr, out- .lr.iri form ot rrowtu or VIM VI -T--"' e J " shape of plant, but it is now becoming more associated with the management of fruit and .i. -.t'l.n .if fruits, than it has been IHAIUl.iivi. heretofore, and its advantages ate slowly be in,T recognized. The great tendency to growth in healthy trees ...

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. — 15 August 1860

Jo! Mr k 'ttn 1 J5 V V i It IIP 0v rmm m a a a i'W r m i r n THE BLESSISGS OF GOVSBXMEXT, LIKE TUE DETTS OF IIEAYES. SIIOCLD BS DISTBIECTED ALIKE CFOX TBE HIGH ASD THE LOW, THE EICH AM) THE POOR. SEW SERIES. EBENSBlRti. Pi. WEDNESDAY, .11GIST 15, I860. VOL 7 AO. .38. i' ' It- T II 91 S: UrkEMOCRATA SENTINEL' IS PUB- U lishe.l evcry Wednesday Morning at tsB Dr,LAR asd r ifty Ckxts per annum, Uyable in advance; Osk Dollar and Seventy r ivk Cbmto if not paid witLin six months, and D )Lla.r2 if not paid until the termination of the year. Tto subscription will be taken for a shorter reriod than six months, and no subscriber will be i: liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar rearages are paid except at the option of the editor. Auy person subscribing for six months will be rharged ose hollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Kates.' One insert'n. I'wo do. Three da i square, 12 lines! i 50 $ 75 $1 CO 1 00 1 00. :2 Oo 1 50 2 00 3 00 moaths. 6 do. 1"2 do $1 SO $3 0O $5 00 2 50 4 50...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 15 August 1860

HI troocrat & Saitiucl. C. n. 3irP.R.4l, Editor. I. C. Zaliiu. Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15, 18C0. 'katioxaL democratic ticket for -president. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDCE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, Ob" OREGON. "J trill attach myself to nopariy mai uwj j tarry the ilag and keep step to vie music vj tc j Union." Rufus Choate. j l'BLSSDEXTJAL CEECTOKS. ELKCTOS3 AT LARGE. Georg'e M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia. IKSTKICT ELECTORS. 1. Frederick A. Server,! 13. Joseph Lauback, 2. Wm. C. Patterson, 14. Isaac Reckhow, 3. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4. John G. Brenner, 5. G. W. Jacoby, 6. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver P. Janus, 8. David Schall, 9. Joel L. Light uer, 10. S. S. Barber, 11. Thos. H. Walker, 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. T. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. William Book. 12. S. S. Winchester, 24. Byron D. Hamlin, 25. Gaylord Churc...

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. — 15 August 1860

Off itera CO te C clicS sil?CI AI XOTICKS. - t,s EXTRACT OF HAMAMELI3, OK - FALN DESTROYER, ,.0e (f the few domestic remedies which n -"me into general use and faror, without '?.V. It is tlia product of a simple shrub, ""' "Is in all cases, and a, ft domestic remedy al'.sJ- For Iisrni,Cuis, Druijes, S'jre.iess, L Vr-aWl atfeciions, while it prompt.! arrests i'v, carriages. Hundreds of phy-dcie.us u.-e it - b lhc;r practice, aul give it their unuali "j V- Uiir.en lation. Sold by our agents and J Vr3. ari l by T. ilCMI'flllKYS & CO., 5C2 Broadway, -Oi; pnOPSIETOES AND MANUrACTVaEllS. vjp-r-ous atMieted with the Fever and Ague J ' r 't spare either time, trouble 01 expense, rrure Dit. II OST ETTE 113 CELEBR VIED pr, whose beucGeeut effects upon the hu , ! -vsteui has been clearly proved to thoie ji.;ivel'en stricken down in a short space lilt- iy l-''s dreidfu! curse, whose checks are i-i &:A Vaeagre, and whose nights are sleeph-ss resiles, anl whose eyes are dim and sunken ;'j...

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. — 15 August 1860

tm r Azr.x Wi7i t V, ; i 0 VL V!A v m i ry attle llloat From EAtins TVet Pallurerreventien and Cure. I observe ia a late number of the Farmer n account of the death of cattk frow eating clover while wet with rain. Such accidents ere of very common occurrence. I Lave icy self had fresh clover pastures every year, for tnaoy yeirs and formerly lost many valuable cattle from Moat; of late years cot any. In tHy kind of g(Ki. sweet pastare, cattle will find themselves to full as to produce a great ilistensiou of the stomach, but no bad conse quence results, beyond some brief distress to them. Dut if the grass be very succulent, nnd esneciailv if i b wt with rain or dew, and the weather is very warm, and especial. if salt be given when the grass is wet, a fer mentation of the contents of the stomach some times take place, and a distension ensues, speedil t fatal to the animal, if not promptly arrested; early in the season clover is espe cially dangerous. Cattle rarely bloat on oth er kinds...

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. — 22 August 1860

7) 6 i ,1 II -v. ! IV 4 !M V i v Z .1 u 1 i i'4 I" 5 ! "f is if? -i - IP 4t in c r -i s ! - Jir a::d Ti.T. lc.t, t:. N-j l-r'f ss of u? -a, i"3 attCL were fir an tr I froja street Lstr? . ure t. arr-crs, act, town wit keep ft 'Pen. Aad plant nous ' i ree-ovi-r- lieli ope.. Nature o-rruyj is an Ei- pas.-a;e i inner, p , and e -use 'ged, tl. the llv, by tl.e t: Id not b Ihe ur the-r jm. inlying 1 ity wh; thus U :ies ly t: Dr. 31 lionf e storcic; )r tLev t at out v, and -Comes r, 1 ckness Lev can: o pure :-ssea WL. use thev :o tl.e latural pi iter isW are .itera. s ; tliUS E , COli.-t'.L' svs tLe : and ar::r lisease. I Ives -victe the sick ;, toi;s; L with ieeble fra elements ought, grave, n Id have I lot been Morse's I o dnsts L iiing tif-.-:: e ease s, pain ork at :. the bli.- lly by 6: tle.ia.-. a nemv and t-fcT-f a long , yonr tL; asbur. i' jughout l or to A. . y., rr nprietr-rs ,) Larlr-nts. ied from -1 K?st selec: 1 )0DS Lick Le r k cenit : ,T CC'LOI intlistov KING, If Ebeast'-; ...

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. — 22 August 1860

democrat & 0aitiud. VIA mmmmB C. O. 3IIRRA1, Editor. O. C. Zahra. ruljllriicr &. Proprietor WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 18G0. XATIOVAL BE3IOCR ATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OP KENTUCKY. FOR VICE IT.ESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. ' trill a'.tarlt m vself to no party that docs not carry the flaj end keep step to the music r,J the IRESIB-VTIAl. ELrCTOKS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Yaux, of Philadelphia. ItfSTF.ICT ELECTORS. 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac Keckliow, 1. Frederick A . Server, 2. Wm. C. litlerson, 3. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4. John G. Brenner, 5. G. W. Jacoby, G. Charles Kelly, 7. Oliver P. James, 8. David Schall, . Jxl L. Lightncr, 10. S. S. r..r!.er. 11. Thos. H. Walker, 12. S. S. Winchester, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 15. John A. Ah!, 17. Joel P. Dar.ner, 18. Jesse R. Crawford, 19. II. N. Lee, 20. Joshua R. Howell, 21. N. P. Fttterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. William IV k. 1. Ryron D. Hamlin, Death of Prominent Citizens...

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. — 22 August 1860

Ul Slip tit kg Ku. 'aia. fur- calls re; J to tie ote rep. iter; - rari. The U ha 6th; were I. 4, and Utk, eriu iasm, mew ccud jOrds, u the ediatj carry on c! Jn!j, naea. I Cot- e Lis voted M, 1, j 3, 02 which sbrub. al. 1: Than desooi arres-i s u.- i nquaii- ts aa'. KEHs. I Act xpens LATED the ha- :o thosi efc are leep'f sunkra s com- ;hera a rave. r hart ', these pristine einaKI i to all I 7 ererr- er ccld suf-3 r whit f riles, -nal to- itrhlS? I conces- b veifl'i mil saf- ida.-nea- eruallj- :tual- rer Jaff I a upon tvebeec twenty i bci& 50 ct , to anJ a, fork. matter. worm ibiect U iatt t Afc i,ir ne when prev an' i for n I in fr Blotd oi.an ipe. ICC, ir.T, Yef- c irufcr.-Grcat scarcity cf . i r.etnrr experience :d 13 Connecticut. MJ,'rVac'-ring establishments generally are -.jjer o- lOr lue V.aufc Ul Ik. ili-- iticiai iiai ii i i .. . 1 Kronlre ar rfrvinc nn. and ninph s r r ; - c.i -i k - j n rw " . i i r.rnni inr. ir rearer f . i ?- -.ulfe ii experienced in procuring i .' s...

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. — 22 August 1860

Cattle Oiscase. Dr. McFariaad's report cpoo the subject of cattle d-scase, it contains an anylysis t ike . facts rcfH'celi a " this terrible scourge, as far as j j i . ,L ,.urf. isf tl d;ea.e Kcrt'ineu. Ua tbc QlvUrc 01 i-e ci.scase 43caiiuv the Doctor says: j "My belief ia regard to tlie essential ua-' f , . i ' tare cf the dicasc may bo sam-iioned up as . fallows; j 1. Th .t it Is a ecneral f-ver, of peculiarly ! ' , . , . sab-acate nature (aslacoie) with a uiual ten- ; -.leccj to a fceauri-Aioa ia tlie lungs, by the f ?ame hw of disease under which other genr- al f.-vers lecaliz; ihemsclve. aa ths isvas' i pr'.:resrt3. 2. Tout it i prrpa.?ed Aordir.gtothe best light w.f have by a contagion as distinct , ns mi all porr, measles, or scari-.t fever, with j fi regular laws of propagation and ineuba-; tlon, an i that'll would have its own scdf-liii.it, ; like the above dife-ays, but for its pulmonic j v.:fi ""cation. ' J The disease of the lur.gs, although f-o : co m oi.?y fr-.nd ns t...

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. — 29 August 1860

3S323y ' . 0ift lit 1H 1. THE BLESSINGS OF eOtEBXilKXT, I. IKK THE DZWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTBlBUTEB ALIX CPOX TUB UIGH ASO THfc LOW, THE ICH 1KD T11K POOE. ' P SERIES. EBEXSBIRG. PA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, I860. VOL. 7 SO. 40. TERMS DEMOCRAT A SENTINEL IS PCB lished every Wednesday Morning at ; DoLLAi and Fiftv Csxts per annum. f ib'-e ia advance; Oxe Dollar and Skvextt uCen'ts if not paid within six months, and j D'lla3 if not paid Until the termination -.he year. Vj subscription will be taken for a shorter jr 1 than sli months, and no subscriber will be f berty to discontinue his paper until all ar- a;es are paiu, except at tue option 01 tne ror. '.urper.-on subscribing for six months will be irjeJ cse dollar, unless the money is paid Oni insert'n. Two do. TJtree do -iiirr, 12 lines j .xxvez, '1 lines I :ircs, "36 lines J $ 50 $ 75 1 00 1 00 1 00 2 On 1 50 2 00 3 00 3 months. 6 do. 12 do $1 50 $3 00 $5 00 2 50 4 50 9 00 4 00 7 00 12 00 6 00 9 00 14 00 10 00 12 00 20 00 15 00 2...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 29 August 1860

democrat & BmtiucL C. I- MURRAY, Editor. D. C. ZaUni, Publisher &. Proprietor ! breast of every true patriot in the land, and Democratic County Convention. as Breckenridge has truly said, are the syni- J We this week raise to our mast head the bols cf everlasting Union. ticket placed in nomination by the County All the States came into the Union on terms Convention yesterday. We have not room of perfect equality. It was a union of equals for to publish the proceedings this week, but will all wfre equally sovereign. Under that union Jo so in our next issue. The ticket is corn- Virginia is the equal of Pennsylvania and j posed of as good men and as good Democrats South Caroliuia of Vermont; and a Virginian I as the County can produce; men of undoubted is entitled to eniov the rauie rights under the 1 ability, who. have never bowed the knee to Constitution that v Pennsylvanian does. All must therefore agree that this being the case. a Southern man possesses the same right to em...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 29 August 1860

HIP QHTA5T TO FARMERS STOCK DEALERS &c. TiiF IXTII ANNUAL FAIR OF TIIE CAM rrlV COUNTY" AGRICULTURAL SOCIE TY WILL BE HELD AT EBENSBURG ON WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY & FRIDAY 0,1 4-li and 5th days of OCTOBER, l&UO. Pr Ji knt JOHN THOMPSON, Jr. y;,'.:. pmidtnts Daniel J. Morrell, Jonx . ElaiR- Managers George J. llodgcrs, John t'dLlaa, Dr. John Lowman, A. Kopclin, H. C. peviue. Treasurer J. C. Noon. Secretary rlertA.M'Coy. .AUCTION. There will be on the second day r the Fair an Auction, giving all persons a hance to offer anything they may have, such as ""arsi'S. Colts, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs or Manufac-. tureil Articles. The AuctioQ will be held on 'ae Fair Ground. The Annual Address will be delivered by JOHN' SCOTT, Esq.. at 2 o'cluck in the after-ao-n of the last day of the Exhibition. hirpre and varied Premium List has leen rrprtre,i? and the Premiums, esjKciallyfor Stock, .,e. b"?n n-eatly increased, (see large bills) ma iw " it an object foi those having goiod Stock to jt to ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 29 August 1860

i From ths Farmer f" Gardner.' BICKWHE4T. The li-ht gravely soils of very many por tions of our State are especially adapted to the raising of Uuckwbeat, and as it is a crop wnicbcao be put in gathered within a shorter period than almost any other, it special claims upon a Tery large number of our farmers. But Buckwheat is a desirable crop, not mere ly upon the lighter soils, but upon richer and heavier ones. True it do-s not generally prove bo directly remunerative aa a crop it self, but by some, as yet undiscovered pro cess, it exerts a most desirable mechanical ef fect upon heavy soil, separating the particles of soil into minute subdivisions and fitting it admirably for subsequent crops. As an anti weed or bramble crop, it has no equal, while its merits as a green crop, plowed in and al lowed to lie and decomposa until the following spring, are too little understood. Buckwheat, as a general thing, is not to be highly recommended for food, that is. not as a regular article. Its o...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 5 September 1860

scst i il tF iTlt ft T ill! iy THE bLCSSIKGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BH DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIOH AND THE LOW, TflE BICH AND THK POOR. mi SERIES. EBENSBCRG, Pi. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1869. VOL. 7 NO. il TERMS: iEMOCRAT a. sentinel is pub- Iishel every Wednesday Horning at t-srbie in advance; One Dollar axd Seventy i - - . . i - .i- ,i i -) )llar3 if not n.d until tlifi termin.itmn iVismsii pam wunin six momns, ana r i!,o vpor So subscription will be taken for a shorter -eriod than six months, and no subscriber will be : liberty tr discontinue his paper until all ar- Tin ntmn r f I i 'iitor. A?jy person subscribing for six months will be lurked one dollar, unless the money is paid J Advertising- Rates. One insert'n. Ttco do. Three do 1 2 lines 1 $ 50 1 00 1 50 3 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 00 oo i j'.ures, I squares, 24 lines j 2C lines 8 00 12 do $ 5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 00 3 3 00 I"r...

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