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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 10 October 1860

rtl n i x II I THE BLZSSTSOS OK GOVSSXMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVES, SHOCLD BX DISTBIBUTLO- CTOJl TH HIGH AXD THE LOW, THE B1CH ASD THE TOOB. m r i ! I in In I ! IL ill T, il V III II ' il V :1V . ill II. IVJW sburg where i n-iv.es , trais PEA- V00i 0 SERIES. terms: DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL IS PDB lis'.iil every Wednesday Horning at nS Dollar and Fifty Cbxts per annnm, Tib'ein a-lvance; Oxe Dollar and Seventy r.-fssTS if not paid within six months, and ft i?.!LiAi3 if not paid until the termination I " :i vear. 'Vi subscription will be taken for a shorter ,! th:i:i six months, and no subscriber will be ilvrtv t" discontinue his paper until all ar yjjware paid, except at the option Of the ' "orsn subscribing for six months will be --el ose pillar, unless the money is paid .1 ilvcrtlsinsr Rates. Oit inserVn. Tteo do. Three do 12 lines 2 1 lines 33 lines' $ 50 $ 75 il 00 ;j'ures, .fares 1 50 2 00 3 00 3 months. $1 50 2 50 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 6 do. $3 OO 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 12 d...

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. — 10 October 1860

Gentocrat Shxtiucl. rrr"Ti - Tr - - C. 13- 31UKBAT, Editor. D. c.-Zabni. Publisher &. Proprietor WEDNESDAY. OCTOBF.Il 10.1SC0. S. .31. Pettcnsill & A'q., Advertising Agents, 110 Nassau Street. New York, and 10 State treet, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democtiat eel." and the most influential -and largest emu lating Newspaper, in the United Mates and Canada. The are empowered to contract for ia, at our lowest terms. XATXOXAI DEMOCBATIC TICKET FOP. PRESIDENT. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OK KENTUCKY. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, Ob" OREGON. "IkZI atUeh mvaslf to no party that dots not tarry Vie fl9 and keep step to the music cf Ue Union."-F.ufu4 Choc!'.. PRESIDENTIAL, ELECTORS. ELHCTORS AT LA ROE. George M. Keiin. cf Berks County. ILichard Vaax. of Phila ielphia. IISTEICT ELECTORS. 1. Frederick A. Server, 2. Wm. C. Patterson. 8. Joseph Crockett, Jr. 4. Johu G. Bieaner, I. G. W. Jacoby. 6. Charles Kelly. 7. Oliver P. James, 8. David Schall, 9. Joel L. Lihtner, ...

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. — 10 October 1860

i x t i si f k n i i V- ? i : ' t ! i ai xpec- kici! ierr-f irgits criia- 'f coua--ssola-' SPECIAL XOTICES, cr:n'S EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS, OH K" TAIN DESTROYER, i or cf the few domestic remedies which Te cotne into general use aud favor, without j;ag. It is the product of a simple shrub, ris in all cases, and as a domestic remedy oaaUod. For Burns, Cuts, Bruises, Soreness, l&xicss. Sprains, Rheumatism., Boils, . Ulcers, (i $res and Wounds, it has not an equal. It :!flio usai. with great success, for Toothache, apache, Xcuralgia. Sore TJiroat, Colic. Diarr karsnwM, and other similar troublesome 'j'painful affections, while it promptly arrets jjintrrhejes. Hundreds of physicians use it jyir ia their practice, and give it their unquali (t jVecvimaendatioa. Sold by our agent and F. HC2PHREYS & CC., 562 Broadway, SOLE P20PIiIiT0B3 AND MAXCFACTOREBa. rsUPTIOXS, SALT RHEUM. ERYSIPELAS. I: Usj" generally admitted that al! eruptive y-yi Jeptnl upon some internal or constitu-l-.r ;iUo9....

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. — 10 October 1860

Domestic Recipe InfaUlble. 1 . To prevent horses an J cattle from jump ing. Keep good fences around fields of good pasture. 2 How to sleep soundlj at night Do a hard day's work at some honest mauael labor, go to bed early, and always with a conscious ness of hiving done right dnritg the day. Warranted. 3. To cure dyspepsia. Take a new axe, put white hickery handle in" it. bore a half inch hole in the top of the Laodle, fill the hole with gum camphor, end seal it up. Then take the axe and cut cord wood at fifty cents a cord, (boarding yourself) un:il be heat of the handle dissolves and absorbs the camphor. N. B. It will do just as well these times to take a maul and split rails, at the same price per hundred, provided the maul be a heavy hickory one. Tin mauls will not effect a cure. 4. To prevent dogs from killing sheep. If the dogs are good for anything, give them plenty of bread and meat to eat at home if good for nothing, give them less meat with one grain of 6trychnine in it 5. ...

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. — 17 October 1860

f $ -"a 1 i I I i i f IV- f f TH2 BLtSSTXGS OF GOTEEJfilEST, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEATE2T, SHOULD BS DISTElBCTED ALIKE UPON TBI HIGH AND THE LOW, THE KICH AM 1UE PoOS. VOL. 7 XO. 11 EBENSBURC. PA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, I860. Xm dm. ill 1 ! a I I nt cg a$ K ii r&t M- th, iif- 3d; c; not and ut. the er se' ."trv L itUQ Ex- geto T1:0 lo,.i,J - nr. ' pr..;4 Vl.!L ( takc-1 r'T r fii. J t ,J ..l t:.i s j( rs . i azl nn:. ( v It a ev i h 1F. ice. tr-.i'.'.J is u tan:l? e c irter, '. I t ick to ; .isa: b 11 skU- ; frame? nts of , as it , n-wj pe It si j en far C-'s li es Lr. olntifc efieci e af in s' at U vi r uV-f. rg. f'l cut r t DLOt t. TERMS: DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL IS PUB lished every Wednesday Morning at (-Dollar asd Fifty Cents per annum, h . rl i.;t a - t f, D 'Li.if-3 it DOS paia until ii:e (eruimaiioa j 'fifcsT:ption will be taken for a shortei iVhan sixmor.t!)3. and no subscriber will be j ':Krtv to .iiscontinne his paper until all ar- j " ; 1 n-r.t.Tt it th nrti ah rf tlie I -i...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 17 October 1860

democrat & BaitutcL 15. MURi&.Vfr. Editor. . C. Zalim, Publisher &lroprlctor DISTRICTS. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17,1860. SATIOWrDEHOCRiTIC TICS DT FOR PRESIDENT. tOWti C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. I'Oil vrCE PRESIDENT, fcEN. JOSEPH LANp, OF OREGON. "lvcOl attach mystlf to no part-j Viat does not oirrj the flay awl keep step to Lie music of the Uion."-Ruf"3 Choate. RESlOETlL ELECTORS, ELECTORS AT LAQE. George M. Keim, of Berks County. Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia. DISTKICT ELECTORS. 1 Frederick A . Server, 13. Joseph Lauback, 2 Wm. C. Patterson, 14. Isaac Reckhow, t t I e fp.-. ?. Jp.ckson. . OOMrp.1-",...,. ----- 4. John It. i5renner, ty of the defeat of Foster rests with the For ney faction, Stephen A. Dosglas and II. V. Johnson. It Is a humiliating thing to know, that such a man as John W. Forney, can direct ly or indirectly control the votes of thousands of men in this State Who profess to be Demo crats; and it is doubly humiliating to know l. I. i-i 1 7 Mia na hm tnnl a...

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. — 17 October 1860

1 Ullfr t I treat 1,4 , ORVilsy COURT SALE. f-Y virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court f fW Via County, to me directed, I will exw.se ile at the Hotel of MichalJ. Piatt, " ."-"iu,baana township. Cambria. County, on AlO'I-uY TOE 10th DAY OF XOVEMUEIl . c:c o'clock F. II., the following va'.ua-m?KE-VL USTATE of which James Driskell, unseize J, viz: ' Yrrt"-a fact or piece or pnrcel of land, sit ...... iatl:c township aforesaid, Bednuing at a ''"rtji tbeuce by lanus of tbe heirs cf Juraes C. r'f'r'tiecM., North 2 degrees Ka. 120 perctes '.'V ";J:jrs, a corner cf land of Charles DrUkell. ,v- t v b-R ct sa Charles Driske'.l, Xorth i; jree Wert 1G9 perch2s to pointers, thence -Vh 2 degrees "West 120 perches to a post, Soma 83 degrec3 East ICO perches to the ' "ef U'giruiinSj containing 120. acres strict tIiure, ct thereabouts. "ilSO, Another tract or piece cr parcel of il Eeninning at a pest, th&ace by land of the kcf Jatues C. Fisher, dee'd.. North 1 degree r-n 160 perches to point...

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. — 17 October 1860

f Are Potatoes Wholesome Food? A subscriber Beads for .this journal (the Agriculturist.) a long essa, in trhich he at tempts to prove that potatoes are an unwhole some article of food. Many of the reasons tome ar riven, "would arolv to most other kinds of lod, and we do not see how th J writer, if be believe all he writes, can avoid following the advice of the colored man at Charleston du- of the cholera. After r r j nug f condemning virions articles of food as dan gerous, to the direct question, "what shall I cat. then?" he replied:' Why, de best way is to eat noffin at all, and den you no epose jerself." In regard to potatoes, there ia no doubt that good, mealy potatoes, cooked through, are aa healthful xa acy article of food consumed. They abound in starch, and j do net, alone, furnish muscle-making mate rial enough. Tbey may be eaten more freely in cold -weather when carbonaceous, or heat producing food is most required; with a due quantity of lean meat, bread, cabbage, and othe...

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. — 24 October 1860

JJJJ 3 a a ifi a. I. a. ! J' , . THE BLXbSrGS CF GOVERNMENT, LIRE TI1E DEWS OP UEATEK, fillOCLD EE D1STEI3UTED AH ELK UPON THE HIGH AM THE LOW, THE 1UCU 1M TUB POOB. jo. 0 SERIES. EBEXmC, PA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1860. 48. sll i g , g m a a g , r . i s im a r g ia "'I i in irstf es-f dif- .til led I cf onrf fact? the and out. tUj 4nJ Wfri Ws' arid lift1 hich peu e in Ei- get? otl.er The mull tuCvf e cr . ha j rurt- proj,i, ti I'lik'ii '1 jrsel nachi I fli.i ' i i ! t! i ; pcv ; I 1.11 J ; i ; H ! ;y ri pa re. ft s u: ant'.J cc rtr-t DV ictorjj ck re sick :ames its tl as SI; nof : i bc II fvj 's Ir - M 'utflf ffecU ar.l J ar.J t tit od. thoJ acl -.q aut I.anl It til A. J rs J kill f i .OK? :r t T K fl 31 S: . rurJOCHAT & SENTINEL IS PUB- I u-i'jaa cvi ' j -" " -" o at Sj DOLLAR rirrr wms per annum, rjVeia advance; O-tE Dollar asd Sevbktt rCSNTs if not paid within six months, and ;!fj).LLB3 if no' Paid unt tne termination :hvear. "js"bCi'.ption will be taken for a shorter Jj J t...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 24 October 1860

s. Democrat & Sentinel. C. O. SIURBAT, Editor. S. C. Zah.ni, Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1SC0. S. 31. IettehgIH & Co., Advertising Agents, 110 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents fur the "Democrat & Sexti-1-:el an-.! the most iafluential and largest circu late n Newspapers irt the United btatfs and Oaaadas. They are cm petered to contract for us. at our i.ow est terms. XATioAI DWIOCKATICTRKET . FOR PRESIDENT. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. "Ivcill attach vrself to no part if t!at Joes not carry Vic fi-fj and keep step to the music ef the U;uu."Rufs Choate. FXlESlDUXTI.tl ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LAEGE. Georg? M. Keim. of Berks County. Richard Vaux. of Phil.i ielphia. DIiT3ICT ELECTORS- 1. Frederick A. Server.! 13. Joseph Lauback, Wm. C. Patterson. 1 14. Isaac Reckhuw, 3. Jjseoh Crockett, Jr. 15. Geo. D. Jackson, 4. J Jim U. Urenner, 5. G. W. Jacohy, 6. Cha...

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. — 24 October 1860

l 7 41f I IT I Is an off - I nUY A HOME. r tscriber uZers at Private Sale the fol-'Uvl-X 'Estate situate in Cambria County. tuate in tho West eui h of Lnensburg, consisting of a Property s:t a :""r t of Eben.nl f Gr -iuE Laving thereoA erected a cora '.:S!;'l)VELLlNO HOUSE, a large STA-u3-7pvX,and several otbcr Out Buildings, 5f-.ii a L.ilf Lot of Ground on -ivliich u a cover failing Spring of the purest soft e?jci which the Pie-use &c, 3 supplied. ' o di-poie of this as Le intends removing "art of the Corough. ' J', J.jhr :e Le ts of Ground situate in the "cf Snniinitviile, having thereon erected Ztk dwelling house, two fkame Will to sold to- i i 1.. ;. V Lot ol urouna situate in the Loretlo, fronting on St. ilary's "ivj .stentliag back to St. Joseph's Street, of John Troxell on the East, and Tie Heirs of Anthony Litzinger, decM., fl"--t having thereon erected a one and a ,rr"FKAilU HOUSE, 42 feet in front and c,iA j i'-cc- or parcel of land situate in Arit.'-.VLhip, adjoining ...

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. — 24 October 1860

- Shall We FloV in tlie Fail. AM lauds, except light loams Rii.l sandy soil, are benefitted by fall plowing uYiIess iher'arc exposed to washing . Steep side bills bo'ald never be plowed in the fall, unless you ow them immediately wiib grain or grass teed, to furnish roots for holding the theTsoil in place Hut aH heavy loams lying flat, and clays 0X3 greatly benefited by fall plowing. The teams are generally in the best condition for plowing at this sea-on. They have had good pasturage through the summer, und, as a rule, hare less to do in the winter and Spring, -t pit the spring work vry much ahead to have all the green sard turned over m the Fall. However much of this may bo done, the teams will have enough to do in the Spring in carting manure, cross-plowing, harrowing, and getting ready for sowing and planting. Iq the Fall, the lauds that arc most bene fitted by plowing, are generally in the beet condition for the operation. In the spring they are often so wet that they cannot be...

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. — 31 October 1860

T'-4 i i it rtf Dt it. I g 8 THE ELtSSrSGS OF GOVEKSMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE CPOS THE HIGH AXD THE LOW, THE BICU iSB THS POOR. cpn EBENSBURG. P1. . WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, I860. VOL. 7 AO. 49. 1XP If 11 2 "Nrf" ' Nr- s3T T C R 'I S: MOCRAT SENTINEL IS PCB- 1 every Wednesday Morning at V. r. iP'Li.AX AM) ririi wi3 jier annum, e:3 airaacc; Oxk Dollar and Skvesii --' '"-ST' if n"t paid within sis months, and Jo L'-.tas if not paid uutil the termination -I.e. -. 1 - t.l f. 1 A ". -fx ui 'TitLs. anl no subscriber v. ill he li.-' i'.t'.MU)? Lis paper until all ar- J 1 H .. - ?".:.!. C-X.epo I'-t. me option 01 ti.e siik-scribing for .-ix month? will be ioli.ai:. uui'-ss the money is paid .tIvTtl!IiirT Rates. Tire Jo I t ! 1 i - 3 cv-r CO 1 o 1 CO 2 ,C'0 3 OC 12 ('o I j 00 9 00 12 GO 14 CO 20 00 S.', C0 Avith CO 1 ,0 - CO f po 4 CO 7 00 0 00 :j co 2-2 00 msirkr-d $1 ro 2 GO 4 t:i ir, oo ts must bo ns : !--.!. r thev will be j d. and c."'..i ac VTvL 1.- tc. a...

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. — 31 October 1860

Slemocrot & Sentinel. .-vr3r:jQS3 l--rrri -el ; -- - Hlatk Rertulbllcatk Doctrines. Lincoln's Abolitionism. Below we publish a few extracts from I Many of the friends of Lincoln are anxous speeches delivered by several prominent lead- I to conical from the public just now, the fact era of the Black Republican Party and friends that he is an Abolitionist, and the advocate of Lincoln and Hamlin. They all embody of the disgusting ooctrine of J egro equality. the doctrines cf cgrinfcis Abolitionism, and Instead of writing a long article to prove that C. 1. MURR AY, Editor. tJ. C. Zahm. Publisher &ljroirretor WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 31. H. M. Ietteuill & Vo., Advertising Agents. 113 Nassau Street New York, and 10 State S ir;,a,l Acr,.ntstor tue --j..j-ve-- r Canada. 1 hey are cmpa w , us at our lowest terms unity of Government which constitutes yoa one people is now dear to ycu. It is justly eoj for it is the main pillar in the edifice of your real independence; the support of you...

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. — 31 October 1860

f Lominou Pleas, to be held at Ebens- on the second Monday (being the 10th day) PtvetNl next. . ' .1 L ri..:iv i. -i Y vs r luuicpergcr ei. m jiuj- . r, i tUtl K-K-Co. TS.Durbin 7.-X Whites vs riper vs Kinports & Ilarter vs Penna Kail Eoad Co. vs Lloyd vs Branifi vs Flehner vs Kean vs II ohm an vs Downs vs West Branch In. Co. Tnr;?i" Ex'r Seia Watson vs Beaujohn jI'Mar-amy, Guard, vs Ebens & Cresson It B O-.Vt'i'.i vs ixea Javier for use vs Noon an 3 ijia vs Moore vs Tjley vs Lcitenberger vs Hamilton vs Fites Vs Lycoming Insur Co 3ot.es JI.vi.t5 Lr uc to" i).iv:s H "vwu-.'-l vs incoming Insur Co Ta'iiau for use vs riper JOS. M'DONALD, Proth'y. IVthv's Office. Ebensburg, 1 October 31, 18C0. j Stray Cattle. CAME to hc residence of the snlciiber in Within jter. t'!v,T.oL:p,"Canilriii County, some one iu Aug:si ' fy''--L-rr-.d of YOUNG CAT TLli. :: i"'-! and wl.iie spotted Br II, one year am! s half -Id. piece e.fftko left ear, notch out of the uTiIersi''e f the right; one black...

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. — 31 October 1860

MM EnellslJ Horses. writer ia the London Recietc calls tlie j attention of the lovers of the horse to the fact ; jt -!.- rtWl. hrppd of English horses is be coming ruined. "We are every year deter iorating the qualities of our saddle horses and trooners. by the reckless mixture of breed nnr racers, under the idea that we are j iufusiii" blood and staying qualities into their veins lilood is all very ..n .,., fo l very nun n ucu iw. . a compact, useful form, able to carry men a reasonable distance; but when it is produced by "in and in breeding" from shallow forms xm lon lettering legs, it ceases to be worth the name of "blood," in the common accep tation of the term. Those qualities in our race horses which are decreasing every year moro and csote, are the most useful and nat ural ones namely, constitutional vigor, free dom from hereditary disease, strength of bone largeness of muscle, and great endurance un- , J( der severe exertion. These are the qualities which we require for use...

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. — 7 November 1860

r IT & R A. iff n if? i i if i4 K- It THE ELFSSIXGS OT GOTEEXMENT, I.IKE THE DEWS OF SHOULD E5 DISTKIfcTTTED ALTE"E CPOS THE IIIGlf 1XD TOE LOWj TJiE E1CH AM TliE POOF.. ... ' '''' ' ' " ' t vnr !i4 SERIES. EBBNSBMG,' Pi WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, I860. VOL. 7SO. 50. -5 , rv ,V U ' 4 i 4" r E R ?I S : ; IIEJIOCRAT & SKNTINEL' IS PUB j !'-h?l every VoJacsJay Morning at .jP li-ar and Fifty Cents per annum, ;n ".Iranccj Oxe Dolt.au and Skventt ,t Tests if not pax 1 w'.thin six months, an-.l r L) llaf-3 if not paid until the termination :ii ve.ir. 'Sjs"i;s:rii'tion will ha taken for a sLortei .'; t'riii six r.iontlis. an-1 no subscriber will be "bortv t- .liscontinue liis paper until all ar-r.-f.:-9 pii'l, excopt at tlie option ol the '.x per.-in enl'pcril'in fsr eix months will bo ,ri ass r"LTAR. nnlftss th? money is paid Advertfslns: Katers. Otit insert" n. Tcn do. Three do 12 lines $ 50 21 line--1 1-00- $ 75 $1 00 1 CO 2 0) 2 00 3 00 C do. 12 do 5" CO $5 CO 4 50 0 00 7 00 12 00 0...

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. — 7 November 1860

democrat & ScntiucU C. "O. MURRAY, Editor. tt. c. Zalim. Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY . NOVEMBER 7.18G0. S. HI. Iettensflll & .'., Advertialn? Agents, 119 Nassau TStrtet, New "York, ami '10 State -trcet, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sevti KEL," and the tnost influential aud largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for ts at our lowest teems. Uemocratlceutrty Committee. Augustin Durbin, Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guire, Blacklick Joseph S. Mardis, Cambria John M'Bride. Carroll Jacob Luther, Carrolltown James Fagan, Chest Joseph Gill, Chest Springs Augustine Byrne, Clearfield William Rai ncv. Coneuaauh Richard Sanderson, Crojle William Murray, kbensDurg nanes u. Murray, Galitzeo David Mills. Jadcstfn Henrv Rager, Johnstown, 1st Ward Eph riain Buck, 21 Ward John Crouse. Lewis Luckhardt, 31 Ward William Winntr, 4th Ward Hugh Maloy, Loretto William Ry an, Jr. Millville A. M. Greg?. Ri...

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. — 7 November 1860

n 4 4 i t ICf U 14 r ' 3 lot ate lie B'.h S H li. H ore Pi-' lir 'ci- air ! hi' A. a. if .tc to : i IS'Jf-. mar h.m 358 if ; tk -'t l1 i i I at , ? iac 1 erc f ti i i p i r r.i it ! C SPECIAL NOTICES. EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS. OR J PAIN DESTROYER , 0f the few domestic lemedies which come into general use and favor, without ' it U the product of a simple shrub, 7"U"''j i:i ail cases, and as a domestic remedy ""'Ic' For Burns,'Cuts, Bruises. Sore.iess, iXrht, Xturalgia. Sore Throat, Colic. Diarr il-arsen&s, anJ other Eimuar troublesome 'jV'i'r.'. affections, while it promptly arrea.s tsiorrhajes. Hundreds of physicians use it vi'i their practice, and give it their unqua'.i 'recomniendation. Sold by our agents and t. .jers. and by F. HUMPHREYS & CO., 5C2 Broadway, PEOPKETOE3 AXD MANCFACTURBUS. rGn5 asd COLDS! 'COUGHS asd COLDS! 8EAS0KAELE advice. Lt no one neglect a cold or a slight cough. - Jj, doing so, have had tfae cold added to 'wuier. until the mucous membrane, lining the pha...

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. — 7 November 1860

w A TalK About Horticulture. Few things have pleased ua more, iu our t rammer, than to witness the increasing taste fjr Horticulture in all parts j of the country. And tlils taste is not conS- ned to people of wealth- The Far"isr' be mechanic, the doctor; and the clergyman indeed U classes and professions have im Libel a generous enthusiasm for planting trees for ornament and fruit bearing, a zeal for lawns and shrubs, and flowers, and gravel walks, and whatever else gives grace and at traction to country life. Brother Jonathan has got a reputation for overdoing things tomctimea, but iu this we hope he will be dis creet, and make ft steady and healthy progress from year to year. Why should not the farmer' premises, costing perhaps from two to five thousand dollar?, bo just as well arranged and well kept, in tb.-ir wry, ns the grandest estate of the very wealthy, costing as many millions? The latter may astonish the beholder and make him wonder nt the achievements which wealth can pe...

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