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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 5 September 1860

Ekmorirot & 0cntmcl. lie is an excellent business man. If suc cessful on the second Tncsdav of text Octo ber, he will, we entertain no fears, discharge the duties of the office with an eje single to the interests of the taxpayer? of the County. Our candidate for Auditor, Mr. Jacob B. Stalb, is one of the unflinching Democracy of Susquehanna township, and is a young man possessed of excellent business qualifications and a good education. A belter selection could not possibly have been made. Dismilonists. Mr. Breckinridge is accused with being a disunionfet,- because Hon. W. L. Yancey, it is said intends voting for him. This is cer tainly very baa logic. We believe it is true that Mr. Yancey several years ago, advocated the dissolution of the Union. But he indig nantly denies that he 'u now a discnionist. Cut even if he is, Mr. Breckinridge is not responsible for Lis sentiments. R. L. John ston, Esq , the member of the State Execu- For Poor House Director, the Convention ! tive Co...

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. — 5 September 1860

r, iter frou crnorr. - JoLa?, Aug. 31. The steamer Fulton -. Liverpool, on the 21st., passed Cape tV4 to Jay and was intercepted. "jv,tVCi;" The weather in France contin--c very valuable with much rain. I: was stated that the French government t-.froU to Piedmont a reduced rate, 50,-000 ";'.-, aud a certain number cf heavy guns, "i p .Jcr and ammunition, and that a ''j-'iL'T quantity would also be Supplied. The Le ii. l'ans Constitutional, m an anicie on itary ?pccu.auoii3 ot jjLg'aud, atks ,1 ether U is wise to p;eserve in mat system f Cj:ieuiat:ry arrangement, which meets ;rh c1 response, and points to the fact that K-trror a'. one his hitherto stool aloof .r..n the passion- and impulses of the u;ul-::ui'- end soowd himself more moderate than oir'". ;'-kr.Qti the r.isM of the lh. the .-. ;ii-.r Ye loco diiomlntrked otic battaiii":i of :M;an volunteers in Calabria The .v. iUarn kept up a brisk fire during the ' r.u hour. Oa the 12th the Castiglia at- .1. but without success to capt...

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. — 5 September 1860

A Tliriniess Farmer. The thriftless firmer provides na shelter far his cattle during the inclemency of the winter, bat permits them to stand shivering bv tfce side of the fence, or te lie iu ike snow as best snits them. He throws their fxHer on the ground, or ia the mud, and not unfrequently ia the high waj, by which a large portion of it, and all the manure ia wasted. He grazes his meadow in the fall and spring by which they are gradually exhausted and finally rained. His fences old and poor, just each as to let bis neighbor's cattle break into his fields, and teach bis own to be unruly an J destroy his crop:. Ilis neglect to keep the manure frora aroand the sills of his barn if he has one by which they are prematurely rotted, and his barn de stroyed . He tills or skims over the surface of his land until it is exhausted, but never thinks it worth while to manure or clover it. For the first, he has co time, and for the last, he is not able He has a place for nothing, and nothing in ...

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. — 12 September 1860

lit iii 'fli w : 3 " ifi 9 TIIE BLESSINGS OF G07ESKSIE2CT, LIKE THE DEWS OF IIEATEiS, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON TUB HIGH AKb THE LOW, TBE E1CH AND Till rvGE. gEW SERIES. EBEXSBMC. PA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1860. VOL. 7 X0. 42. a 3V TER3IS: EHOCRAT & SENTINEL' IS PUB- lis!i"l every Wednesday Horning at for Dollar akd rrrrv Cents per annum, iri!,!e in a lvance; 0k Dollar asi Reven-tt fj-s CE":rs if not paid within six months, and ' ,;j I) 'LLab.3 if not paid until the termination f ihi year. ' $o subscription will be taken for a shortei JnoJ than six months, p.nd no subscriber will be tt liberty 1 1 discontinue his paper until all r-fW-i '1" paid, except at the- option ot tho Auv r?on subscribing for s:x months will be Air:, osk dollar, unles. the money is paid Advertising Rates." Oiie insert'n. Ttco do. Three do 12 lines 2i lines 30 lines $ 50 1 00 1 50 3 months. $1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 $ 75 1 00 2 00 0 do. $3 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 51 00 '2 Oo 3 00 12 d...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 12 September 1860

cmoerat & Baitincl. tip C. I. MI7RRAT, Editor. I. C. ZaSim. lublilier & Proprietor DNESDAt. SEPTEMBER 12, 1SCO. KATIOXAI. OE3IOCUATIC TICKET FOtt PRESIDENT. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. wPd aflarh m tseir to no part;, that does not tarry the fag al keep step to the music of the Union." KhJ as Choaic. IRESIDCXTIAL llectors. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keiin, of Derk-s County. Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT KLECTOES. 1. Frederick A. Server, -. Wrri. C. Patterson. 3. Joseph Crockett, J r. 4. John G. Brenner, 6. G. W. Jacoby, C. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver P. James, 8. David Schall, 9. Joel L. Lisjhtner, 10. S. S. Barber, 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac Keck how, 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 16. John A. Ahl, 17. Joel B. Danner, 18. Jesse R. Crawford, 10. II. N. Lee, 20. Joshua F. Howell, 21. N. P. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, n-:n:. T,1- 11 12 Thos. H. W alter, S. S. 'Winchatjter, 124. Byron D. Hamlin, 25. Gaylord Church. FO...

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. — 12 September 1860

SPECIAL. XOTICES. .-r- I vTilACr OF IIAMAilELIS, OR )mj ,. . tvt nrcrrnvrn I - tf the domestic remedies which -3 V'- iuto general use and favor, without V "r " jt"is the product of a simple shrub. :''.irv,p' Fur Bicrns,Cuts, Bruises, Soreness, lioHs, Ckcrs, an equal. It Toothache, ir...-rhtviei iv -.. nu tmution. bold by our aenu ana ' 'lILjlirilKEYS & CO., 562 Broadway, S0U ri:oPini :XORS AND 21ANUFACTi'F.E;iS. rpIALE HEALTH! FEMALE HEALTH! r- -?nJ of rc males suffer from derangements J ir to the hex. First, aal most common ' -' r these is Female Weakness or Whites, or -- lfea, vitf its constant attendants, Lassi it'J'i'rotratiou, Lnme or Weat Back, anil ''il Uebiiitv. No one can lie entirely well thus sutf'-rs, and in hundreds of cases health .-.'v ni.d-'-inuned. Old-school medicines and -;dj but little good often much injury; but ' -!,' S'jfdflc Iljmtopiiuiic Female- Pills . ;u,t the tiiinir, relieving promptly, and cu Jpcrn; -.ineatly. A d'llor's wcrth will do '-KA :ii iii 1...

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. — 12 September 1860

i Ft om Ike Atnericatt Agricidinrini. Hlutson Fattening Pork. It is usual with mny farmers to put tbis off tntil cold weaker sets in. The pigs run in the woods, the road, or the pasture, pick ing up a scanty living, end come to the pens lean and huDgry when they ought to be fat tened. In our practice we keep pigs in the sty the year round. We fitid them quite too valuable co-laborers " in the manufacture of manure to allow them to wasbe "their sweet ness upon the desert air." A pig b worth an Ulara rpr for this TmrnOSe alOUC, if j x r you will give him the material to work with and plenty of food. Bat possibly it may pay for a littlo while in the summer, to keep the sow and pigs in a good clover pasture, wbere grass is more plenty than corn upon the farm. If this be done, all of them intended for the butcher by Christmas, should be pnt up immediately and fed with all they can eat A squealing pig is worse for the owners pock et than for his ears. It is mush easier to make pork ic Sep...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 September 1860

THE BLKSSLVGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIK THE DEWS OF HEAVEX, SHOULD BH DISTRIBUTED ALIKK CPOJf THE HIGH 1HD TH LOW, THE BICH ANI THI POOU. DR. sP?a: ITU. id 5 fim 'Ill- id. s hi i. cre! is : at. I. Aj porr 'lorse' tsar. is ci; cure "u. ruptiu an fa er, i- id title ase au. d, tber e IW the xi not hat- e fU: whic us titd i by u. Mors'i "tomaeij ihey fi: j out ai ! Hlt y Den, at y cm ure a e.l wU tie 3i ural r Is W.J e Uteri.; thus d i the c id artr ease. I es tIcv. he sick thou, with ble frit I tght, a rave, t lorse' 'J doses iJ abs.4ifr ng tixM ease id , pain rk at i: ybjti leans m lemy a long i your th -gbott r to A. Y..FY- i Earlv.4 tS. G CDS ST)S TCOL03 in this to' i - mtrT t ntbemB- an'v O'H etob- ro'sBic tVmore 1 i.j to rl aeu J. A-r.j ilSl Iotel, low, 0 SERIES. TERMS: .'OEMOCiSAT i SENTINEL IS PUB- 1 lishl every Wednesday Morning at vS Djllah and i iftt cexts per annum, -iL'ein alvanoe; Oxe Dllar and Seventy '.-r Cbts it n n pai-i wiinm six nvnu:s. ana -j 1) iL'-vRi il not paid until t...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 September 1860

5ent0crfit-& Sentinel. C. D. MURRAY, Editor. O. c Zatim, Publisher .Proprietor WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, I860. JVATIOXAL DEMOCRATIC flCEET FOR PRESIDENT. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. "I will attach mysdf to no parly that does not cu ry the flig ami keep step to the music of the Union." Riifua Choate. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1. Frederick A. Server,1 1. Wm. C. Patterson, 13. Joseph Lanback, 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. Ilowell, 3. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4. John G. Brenner, 6. G. W. Jacoby, i. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver P. James, 5. David Schall, 9. Joel L. Lightner, 10. S. S. Barber, 11. Thos. H. Walker, 21. N. P. Fetterman, 22. Samuel Marshall, 23. William Book, 24. Byron D. Hamlin, 12. S. S. Winchester, 25. Gay lord Church. FOR GOV...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 September 1860

SPECIAL XGTICES. EXTRACT OF IIAMAMELIS, OR PAIN DESTROYER, 0f the few domestic remedies which Cu-e into general use and favor, without 1 It is the product of a simple shrub, E ia all cases, and as a domestic remedy "uSed- f"ot Burns, Cuts, Bruises, Soreness, mss Sprains, Rheumatism, Roils, Ulcers, tecZAand Wounds, it haa not an equal. It ' 'i used, with great success, for Toothache, K u-f Veuraljia, Sore Throat. Colic, Diarr- -tljarsenessi and other similar troublesome k? aiBfu! affections, while it promptly arrest n Hemorrhages. Hundreds of physicians use it i :c in their practice, and give it their unquali- rew'ameE,1aUO ooia oy our ageuus auu 'HCMPHREtS & CO., 662 Broadway, SOLE PB0PKIKTOB3 AND MAJfCFACTUKERS. FEMALE HEALTH! FEMALE HEALTH! m oUsaaJs of females suffer from derangements -ur to the sex. First, and most common ' tjjcatf Li Female Weakness or Whites, of f'orrbea, with its constant attendants, Lassi vje Frost ration, Lame or Weak Back, and r se'r al Debility. No on...

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. — 19 September 1860

VJ iWC' V 3- f - c7 C c The Effects 'of Ueepenluff Ilia Soil. Last week we referred to the necessity r deepening tLet portion of the soil trbicb is ued o grow crops, as ens of the requirements of the times. This work seems to be grow in" more and more in farcr with every intel ligent farmer They are looking upon it with more favor, sa l are beginning to inquire her the tools may be baJ with which the woik may be performed. In conversing with a very obscrvert firmer on the subject a few davs since, he observed that so far as his ex? perience went the average depth of plowing throughout the State, sni certainly through Lis neighborhood, seldom averaged more than fix inches in depth, sometimes seven but the latter depth was exceptionable. He was con vinced also by actual experience of his own, that even on gtavelly loam soils, the Eubsoil became so indurated and packed by the tramp ling of the team and the pressure of the plow fictibrt it, that after a few p'ougbings the crust thus for...

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. — 26 September 1860

A wV v If! i$ M HI 11! fl r 14 aV I 9 II 1 VliE'BLETOS OF eOVKRXHENT, LIXK THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOrlJ B DISTRIBUTED ALIK. -i TTPOX TH TJIOH AXD THE. LOT, THE RICH AND THE POOR. It 1 1 il IJi JJ tff SEMES. TERM SI rkEMOCKAT & SENTINEL IS PUB- llishel every Wednesday Morning at n.)LLA asd riFTY lists per annum. -y'eia advance; Ose Dollar and Seventy 'fisTS if n-H paid within six months, and , D 'UAR3 not Pa until th termination 4 rear. V, subscription will be taken for a shorter - xi than six months, and no subscriber will be tr discontinue his paper until all ar- , sare paid, except at the option ol the rrwrson subscribing f -r six months will be lioE pillar, units j the money is paid Acivernsiu? uaien. - One insert'n. Two do. Three do F 12 linesl $ 50 $ 75 $1 00 oo 24 lines 1 00 1 00 3S lints' 50 2 00 3 months. 6 do. rsres. S 00 12 do J5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 00 35 00 -s or le1??, nxx, f 12 lines pre?, 24 lines $1 50 $3 00 2 50 4 50 4 00 7 00 6 00 9 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 22 00 l...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 26 September 1860

Democrat & Sentinel. Democratic Mara Mccttlng In Car j rolltown. Seten TIcxdked of thb Friexpsof Breck isexdqe, Lakh Tctter in Couscit in Lit tle CaMB!:IA. Great Harmony and Cntnuslasuil - A Ma Meeting of the National Democ- Q JiilSMfk J""' was hrld in Carrclltown in this county !0Mft'7rS'& on -last Thursday, the 20th int. There were we are certain, at least TOO persons :u atteo l dance.. The occasion was enlivened by three excellent hand of music, and the ectbusaisin 1 of the assembled Democracy was unbounded. O.C.Zaliei, PublIUcr&Irorretor Cbccr aftcr cheer was givcn for Breckin ridge, Lane, poster, M'Callister and the C. . 3ICKR AT, Editor. WEDNESDAY. SEITF.MDER 26. XATIOXAI bE3IOCn.vFicTiCK.CT fop. rnnsiDEXT. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOP. VICE m ESI DENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, Of OREGON. "IkZI CtJCh myself to no part f thai dees not czrrjShe JLvj and keep si'? to the mus cf M C,iion."-ItJfus Choa'.e. PRilIDEIVTIAS-. ELECTORS. T.LSCTOf.S AT LARGE. George M. Keii...

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. — 26 September 1860

Vn . democrat & Sentinel. v A C. . 5ICKR.4T, Editor. t. C. Zalim, Publisher &ProprIetor W EDNESDAY. SEI TKMDER 26. lgCO. xlnoXArbHoca rFic tickct FOR PRESIDENT. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOP. VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, Ob" OREGON. "IicZl a'tzch myself to no part; that decs not tirr-iihe fag and keep si?? to the music cf tie Union." Rjfs Choa'.e. Democratic Mats Irlccttlng In Car rolltown. SeTen ITckkei) or tub Friekes of Breck ISEIDOE, LAKE & I'CSTER IN CoUNCIt IN LlT- Jtle Cambma. I Great Harmony and cnttoaslasui: . A Mas Meeting of the .National .Uenioc racj; was held in Carrclltown in this county on last Thursday, the 20th inst. There were we are certain, at least TOO persons :u atten dance. The occasion was enlivened by three excellent hand of music, and the enthusaism of the assembled Democracy was unbounded. Cheer after cheer was given for Breckin ridge, Lane, i'ostf.r, M'Callister and the George 9f. Smith tlic Friend of Soul less Corporations. It i...

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. — 26 September 1860

rvYTTLKT fr SILVER WARE. '""'i - rvei-rc'fii.iy inform wr friends, :'VtLe public gercral.y, that we Lave . . , . ,-. oftrr. -yK-LESALE AND RETAIL, , Cjf h JTiCCS. R l ".rjte Hi'.'i erjr i '-'fA'iCIlES. JEWELRY, SIEVE?. I ;Vrn WARE, cf every variety and style. - :r.iinn nf Diamond Work and other r rsfide to order, At short notice $27 All - .T(Z7iOT I" " " Vtrilc ular attention given to the iZe- yTiiclcs end Jctrelry. of every de- STAUFFER & IIARLET, CC2 Market Street, South die, Phila. lsoO.-Sm. Stray Cow. - ti e resident of the subscriber, resi 1; f !i township. Cambria c uuily, on ji-premler, k Iarg drk red COW, - ..... , ". . LltU !l t". I i n .:poi on .--,..! v hit beitv nr.'t breast, .' . r -,e cn her rump, white on her tail, near .. t i-e white spot on the ius-fie of each :. .? h.r.gb.. slit in the right car and 22 horns. The owner is requesfed to r-"7r" property, pay charges a"d othcrwii 'criviw cHi will ne ui-o iPii of --- 1 -i;:.2 U i-r.T. rOSEPH FUNK. ::. iseo.-4i-c Sch...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 26 September 1860

u t an . Co lo Ibe Fairs. fFroni the American Agriculturist- The fair season has lately opened, when thn treasures Ot the fielJ and orchard, tne. rden hothouse, the sty and the stable are . J Tdls You How to draw up Bonds and Mort garucu, u J caes Affidavits. Powers of Attoruev, Notes temptingly displayed under whP.e tents, and j SV- Extn:in?e, Receipts and iMcases. in rough board stalls. The very natno of j TJh you Tilt. dWS lor .tj,tf collection of Debts, fair cails up Jong loaaed tames , fru't rmrnle clusters OI me vine, uowuy ; . - . i .i peac'aes plums blushing through the pow- , " t r - ... dercd bloom., heapts of yellow pears ana crimson apples, great rows of bag3 stuffed with premium whet and rye, penns of sleek porkers and patient isbcep, stalls of neighing steeds and smooth ribbed cattle, and last, but not least, acres of good natured men. women and children, mostly hailing from the farm, and given up to the enjoyment of the festal day. We are forry to learn that some of t...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 3 October 1860

6 U2ja ' T in iTIjf W 1JIT .it y lit h m a r s h r i THE BLESSIAGS OF GCVEENilEKT, I-IXS THE DEWS CF HEAVES, 'STIOCI.D EK DISTIUBtTTED ALIKE CPOX TUB niOH ASD THE LOW, THE BICH 1KD TBI POO. I1F SERIES. EBMSBEG; Pi WEDNESDAY- OCTOBER 3,1860. TOL. 7 SO. 45. y N If 'rlSV 1 - , TERMS: DSHOCRAT & SENTINEL IS PUB-lUhe-I every Wednesday Horning at : Dollar asd Fifty Cexts per annum, Veia alvance: Oxe Dollak asb Seventy LiTsIf not paid within six months, and i Dollars if not paid until the termination -i vear. -. Ml 1 - f 1 . K'isa-s:r.p-ion wn us taxra ior a snonei than sis months, and no subscriber will be ictr to discontinue his paper until all ar ga'ara paid, except at the option of the L vreraoa s-ioscriomg ior fix mining wm ne r ' . i ii . . ; - i ;:C5S dllak. nniess uie mnncy is paid Advertising1 Rates. O.ie inserCn. Tico do. TJirce do are, arcs, 12 lines! $ 50 $ 75 $1 00 1 CO 1 00 . ? Oo 1 60 2 CO ; 8 0C 3 months. 6 do. 12 do 51 60 $3 00 $5 00 2 60 4 50 9 OO 4 00 7 00 12 00 6 00...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 3 October 1860

U 3 JRtmoctal .& BmlintL C. I. MURR1T, EdltOf. S. C. Zalini, Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8, I860. X ATICXA t DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. "lie 31 attach myadf to no party that does not carry Uic fidg and keep step to the mnsit of the Vnion."-Eufus Choatc. PRESIDENTIAL EjLECTOUS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Vaux. of Philadelphia. DISTRICT BLECTOBS. 1. Frederick A. Server, 2. Wm. C. Patterson, 3. Joseph Crockett, J r. 4. John G. Brenner, 5. G. W. Jacoby, 6. Charles Kelly.- 7. Oliver P. James, 8. David SchaH, 9. Joel L. Lightner, 10. S. S. Barber, 11. Thos. II. Walker, 13. Joseph Lauback, 14. Isaac Reckhow, 15. Geo.D. Jackson, 16. John A. Ahl, 1?. Joel B. Danner, IS. Jesse R. Crawford, 19. H. N. Lee. 20. Joshua B. Howell. 21.2. P. Fetterman, 122. Samuel Marshall, 23. William Book. 12. S. S. Winchester, 24. Byron D. Hamlin, 25. Gaylord Church. FOR ...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 3 October 1860

-. eru: 4 ORPHANS. COURT SALE THE undersigned. Executor of the last Will ici Testament of Thomas Croyle, late of Croyle township, Cambria County, decd., hereby gives notice, that in pursuance of a Pluriua Order of gale, issued out of the Orphans' Court of said const! and to him directed, he will on TUESDAY THE Wh DAY OF NOVEMBER text, at 10 o'clock A. M., of said day, expose to public Sale oa the premises in said township, the following described Beat Estate of ud deceased being the same piece or tract of laud, amongst dthr lands, as mentioned and described in a Writ of Partition or valuation issued ont of said Conrt, and duly returned by the Sheriff of said County, viz: ALLOTMENT No. 4. containing TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE ACRES and allowance, with about SIXTY ACRES clear ed, no buildings erecttd thereon, adjoining lands of Isaac Paul and William Pringle. There is a valuable COAL BANK opened on said tract of land, about one hundred rods from the Pennsyl vania Rail Road, with a vei...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 3 October 1860

J jL I rcn nr.n rnPTT; iTUrsfiV snTT Cin, Copper, anb brrt $rcit Sabre, j?lcbts, lloudjv 1 rfc5vTs.T "1 A Bi-ndj fjr tbe YFhcnt Midge. A cctrt-er-ondcct of th- CnutIIa71 Agrtcttttar makes ti. folk-wing statement, which vill bo reed viia gnat sat'afaction 13 ail tbe T.ba-t groi-ig regiuts in th'n country. I ta rioieel that thin week I can au- ! e the! WJ 7, ' T . - Mrr nbest c rfij. In the netghborhood of . -2rt.i tcwc&bip cf Tariioioutb, tbs farmers ha?: disuy-red poop spcis of ichneumons 'vblcb ' com: their ega in tbe larva. One of 13 varj email, black and stiinuiD; lis other i- alfo tlac'i. with red A?et and V.uat tail Tbec -are often taictaken lor tbe rbvi f:y, bot a- it only has two wings, while tb7 Lave four, tie distinctioi is obvious. To' el-serve tbe proceedings of tbe iebneu mis. place a number' of tbe maggots or lar vee of tbe wheat fiy on a sbect of paper, and it: a female iebaeucion in the n:idtt of them; he ion pounces npon her victim, and in tjn?o!y vibrating her s...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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