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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 14 November 1860

TV rtl J IM If! THC BLESSINGS OF GOTEBSMEST, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN", SnOOJ) SB DISTRIBUTED AXt&K CPOS TBI HIGH ASD THE LOW, THE HICH JEl' 11 - . .- BBEASBURC. PJ. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1860. -i-i l .l1 .. .. n . ' VOL. 7 SO. ft. t I TERBS: .:tV'yllk. k CHOCK AT i SENTINEL' IS PUB- U lishii every Wednesday Morning at 55 Dollar and 1-iftt cests per annum, 7 Lie in a Ivance; Uxe Dollar and Seventt riCfv " i" KOt pa-d w-rthm six months, and i J 'L-vks if not paid until the termination i ; ve.-r. ! X's":; T !'ll'ii will be taken for a shorter ; t: ..-i --i - months, and no subscriber will be i ..:::- t 'ii.---oni.inue tr.s paper until aa ar-ci:.-i are ;aid, except at the option ol the V. stiosci iuiii-.; lor sly IUOIUIIS will ce ; dollar, unless the money is paid ' .. ... r : iL. 1 1 i .-'.on; .Idi ernsiiJ2r asaies. Oze inscrt'n. Tic o do. TJiree do "12 lines 21 Hoes I 2j Ilres $ .0 1 00 1 60 S months. $1 CO Z On 3 CG :.ir-.i,. .wres, .lino 2 00 C do. oo 4 50 12 S3 y It? 14 20 35...

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. — 14 November 1860

democrat & 0rnttud. C. D. MUnRAT, Editor. U. C. Zalim, Publisher &Iroirictor WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBEK 14. 1SC0. i. 31. Pcttciiglll Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, nn.l 10 State street, B-v-ton, are the au thorized Agents for the "Dem'bat & Sexti sel," and the niostiotluenti.il and largest circu lating Newspapers in tlie United States and Canada. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest teejis. Democratic County Committee. Aunustin Durbio, Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guire, li'ackHck Joseph's. Mardis, Cambria John M'Bride. Carroll Jacob Luther. Carrolltown James Fagan. Chest Joseph Gill. Chest Sprinss Augustine Byrne, ClaarEeld William Ilai ney! Conemaugh Richard Sanderson. Croyle William Murray, EbeDsburc Charles D. Murray. GaKtzen David Mills. Jackson Henry Eager, Johnstown, 1st Ward Lph riam Buck, 2d Ward John Crouse. Lewis Luckhardt. 3d Ward William Winner, 4th Ward Huzh Maloy, Loretto William Ry an, Jr. Millville A. M. Gregjr. Richland H...

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. — 14 November 1860

M. GORMLY CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, 0. 21 LIBERTY ST., . CTLY OPPOSITE EAGLE HOTEL,) PITTSBURG, PA. .. r s CONSTANTLY OX HAND A LA11GE .u! -!.t'te-i stock of TOBACCOS, CIGARS. execution and to be sold at the suit of George S. Christy. Also All the rght, title and interest of Bar ney Ward, of. in aud to a lot of ground, situate in Cambria City, Yoder township, Cambria coun- -GABS. 1 1.- YIlUPS. BROWN, " COFFEE, OLIVE, HICK, & GERMAN WHAM?, SOAP. TANNERS, BI. CARD, (- LED OIL, SODA, INDIGO, ,,,-rn DIPPED, & STAR CANDLES. un. SEEDS. BACON. rnY BEEF1, I RON, NAILS. BUCK FVS. WASH BOARDS, -o-.. M ANN ELLA ROPE, -: tM-MP &- MANNELLA BED CORD, GRAIN. CHEESE, M;;ss PORK, COD FISH, GLASS, BROOMS, TUBS, vV ., C- C-t i:-".fw'ii-h. f-z-t!wr with all articles generally :'J 1 A 0 CER y TRA DE. ' j .,M at tL LOWEST MARKET RATES r o uttvsiti' ii SHERIFF'S SALES. BY virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Expo nas and Levari Facias issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria Countv anr...

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. — 14 November 1860

Tba following article, which wc find in the -TJlej Firmer." a Western agricultural; ferioJical. v?a n commend to tne attention 01 every farmers' boy. Parents sfccrsIJ also, foiut it out to their eonn, and if necessary, read it to thera carefully, and then band the article ovtr to them, without comments, un less the remarks be of a mild pleasing na ture: In the wile world there is no more im portant thins than farmer' boys. They are not so important for what they are, or for bat they will b-.. At present they are of bat little consequence too often. But far mere' boys always have been, and we presume always will be the material out of which the noblest men are made They have health and strength; they have bone and muscle; they heart and will; they hare nerve and pa- fence- they have ambition and endurance; ' mn i and these are tne materials iui wn.. Not buckraru and broadcloth, and patent lea ther and beaver fur, and kid gloves and watch aeals, are tke materials of which men are made...

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. — 21 November 1860

" THB BLESSINGS OF OOTZBSilKST, LIKE THE DEWS OP EE AY EX, SHOULD BE OISTBIBUTEO JLIKS .CPOX THB CIOH AKD THK LOW, THE RICH ASli Till POOS. . " " !T . ' " ' "' "'"' - " ' ' J fhaiJIES. EBEXSBliRO. Pi. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21: 1800. FOL. 7 XO. 52. rr ,:itT .t SENTINEL' IS PUB-ewrv- Wednesday Morning at ,.t an-d FifTr Cents per antrum, flvfl?-.: 0-K D'lLLA.tt AX1 Sr.VEXTT '.'r.-.: tj .r jn;d within six months, an.' i; not pail until tne termination .".f-,,-:,-i will be taken for a shnrtei Js ir.'Mt:.. and no sulscvfter will i T;-: -.-.ti-'io lita paper until all ar V? paivl- except at the option of the .r. j-.iVcribini for six month will W s.. p-i... .... t--.5s tbe money is pai-.i i ?vrrli!HT Rates. ' i r. (f.. Hires to .$ 0 . $ 7". 1 "0i ,. - 1 P--A : 0 1 f 2 00 S 00 3 !r..-i:;t'.is. C ln. 12 (T.-. ji so $." oa oo 2 ro 4 r,n 9 oo 4 CO 7 00 12 on f. 0 " ? 00 14 00 If) 0ft 12 00 20 00 15 00 "22 Ort f5 "'0 .'.s mr.-t te r.irk'.'.1. wit!- I'-V-i. ; .1 i s iV-tire.1., cr they will l nj cl ...

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. — 21 November 1860

.;( i V- EJtmocrat & Sentinel. CD. MURRAY, Editor. D. C. Zahm, Publlsuer & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 18C0. S. 31. l'ettenglll & Co., Avprti.ng Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sk-nti-kt.l," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Cinadas. They arc em petered to contract for U3 at our LOWEST TERMS. Democratic County Committee. Augustin Durblo, Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guire, Blacklick Joseph S. Mardis, Cambria John M'Bride. Carroll Jacob Luther, Carrclltown Jatne3 Fagan, Chest Joseph Gill, Chest Sprinps Augustine Byrne, Clearfield William Rai ney Conemaugh Itichard Sanderson, Croyle William Murray, Ebensburg Charles D. Hurray. Galitzen David Mills. Jackson Ilenrv Eager, Johnstown, 1st Ward Eph riam Back, 2d Ward John Crou.se. Lewis Luckhardt, 3d Ward -William Winner. 4tb Ward Hugh Maloy, Loretto William Ry an, Jr. Millviile A. M. ...

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. — 21 November 1860

- t r ". t' 1 i V. M. CORMLY a CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, SO. 271 LinERTT ST., 'DIRECTLY OPPOSITE EAGLE HOTEL,) PITTSBURG, PA; EF.EPS CONSTANTLY ON HA2-7D A LARGE and well selected stock of -SUGARS. TOBACCOS, TEAS. CIGARS, MOLASSES, SPICKS, SYRUPS. BROWN, COFFEE, OLIVE, -dCE,; c & GERMAN WHALE. SOAP. TANNERS, BI. CARB, & LARD OIL, SODA. INDIGO, MOULD DIPPED, & STAR CANDLES, FLOUR. SEEDS. BACON, DRY BEEF, IRON, NAILS, BUCKETS. WASH-BOARDS, TTVM 4 MANNELLA ROPE. HEMP & MANNELLA BED CORD, GRAIN. CHEESE, MESS PORK, CODFISH, GLASS, BROOIIS, TUBS, Arc, c, &c. &c, A'l of which, together -vitb all articles generally f jus'l in tho GROCERY TRADE, -t fca sold at tbs LOWEST MARKET RATES TLe atte;:Ln c erchant j respect- fu.lv inv-.tcu fiitsburg, Nov. 7, 13G0.-2ni. WINTER GOODS, YHOLESALE RETAIL, ::.;;l:ited and now .. '..n-.Sti-r ! ;:--.vt i'f OPENING a ; GOODS f r PR1 ALPACAS, CJ 1 UP- OS . JlO D J- A CUJ 1 us, de lanes. 'a;u:.h:he3, rn e yen zierinos. "A RISC PLAIDS. SAT...

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. — 21 November 1860

A 1 for Limited Ianl Owners. One vesr since last Ranting gcason, I plant d potitoes eb-ut two feet and a La.i apart in bills; tbey came up, did not appear Courish ing, the 10th of June came a frost and killed them down. Immediately planted com on the same ground between the bills of pota toes; tbe season waa favorable, and I bad a for crop of both kinds, especially potatoes they were of superior quality, and tbe quan tity a fair crop. The corn esse to maturity, end out of it found seed for this year. Hav ing unexpectedly raised two crops on tbe Bame ground and at tbe same tin concluded to make the experiment to test tbe thing ful ly. For that purpose planted my garden containing three-sixteenths of an acre, bad it plowed just before planting, without manur ing at all. It being clayey ground, it came up in lumps, without harrowing, proceeded to plant potatoes about three feet apart one way, the other two end a half feet. Then I plant d tbe Yellow York State eight rowed corn between 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. — 28 November 1860

J -"-. : .... . . .;f . . r. r:.. J t '. ir ,..T-?i j 1..,.:., n ... ! ri: I : a J 1,. .4 L aL i ' -a .. ' 4 4 ' N ... THE SLESSrXGS Or OOVEEiHt.NT, LIKE TUB DVS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BS IlhTRIB'JTF. ALIK.S UPON TBK H'.GU ASP TUE LOW, THE UlCU AX1 1BI POOR. SERIES. E BENSBURG. : WEMESBAY, SOVEHBE 1.28,. 1869. VuLvS AO. 1. T C R 31 S: rCM'JCilAT Jt SENTINEL IS PCB- j iir.il every Wednesday Morning at sj 3.Li-R and r tftt" Cents per annuai; violeiu ahaneer 0:b Dollar and Sevestt 'v.-tj"ro if not paid withiu six months, and ij JjL'.aus if not paid until the termination .'"s"ils:ri:.t!o'! u:U be taken for a shorter i six nisr.t'.u. ar.l no subscriber will be I i.-rtv : discontinue als paper until all ar vt;e'i" p 'T1 at l"e option oftha 1:1 3 li-'icril-i-i? f r z months will he iin?r Kate. 1 J ,60 $ 7 i .l 00 j 1 00 I 00 ? 00 ! ' 1 iiO 00 3 Of. I $1 -SO' 15 OO 5 00 I " r,o -r.o 0 00 ; 5 0:1 7 CO 1-2 T j r, 0 ) ? 14 TO j 10 f o 12 00 '20 00 ; 15 A':f C-2 00 S5 ' ts T.irt bo ir.;rke1 with 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. — 28 November 1860

'BJtmocrat & Scntroel. C. J. MURRAY, Editor. I), c. Zaliiu. Publisher &FroprIetor WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1860. S. 31. I'ettenglll & Co., &.lrtiifr Acent. 119 Nassau Street, New Tort, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au- j tW?l Acrenta for the "Democrat ou.ii eel," and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Cnnadas. They are empowered to contract for us at oar lowest terms. Democratic County Committee. Augustin Durbin, Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guire, Blacklick Joseph S. Mardis, Cambria Jonn 31 tfriue n.rroll-Jacob Luther. Carrolltown-James Fagan, Chest Joseph Gill, Chest Springs Augustine Byrne, Clearfield William Rai- ney. Conemaugh Richard Sanderson, Croyle William .Hurray, iiucusuurg vuanca i " J ' V. . I Murray. Galitzen David Mills. JacKson Henry Rager, Johnstown, 1st Ward Eph- riam Buck, 2d Ward John Crouse. Lewis Luckhardt. 31 Ward William Winner, 4th Ward-Hugh Maloy, Loretto-WiUiam Ry- an, Jr. Millville A. M...

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. — 28 November 1860

SPECIAL XOTICES. ns EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS, OR PAIN DESTROYER, bf the few domestic remedies which 'e into general use and favor, without It is the product of a simple shrub, :"'t- in ail cases, and as a domestic remedy 'Vei- Ior fiurn3 Cuis, Bmisrg, Soreness, uss, Sprains, RiteunuAism, lhxls, Ulcers, ftj-es'c.id Wounds, it has not an equal. It i1-1 rreat success, for Toothache, 7 fcirrhaats- Hundreds of physicians Uie it ,f:;3 u vir r practice, and give it their unquali- '.' ' :.n Vi v our 9rpntj n v. inen'u-vion. ojiu uy our agents anu '- and bv HUMPHREYS & CO., 562 Broadway, jOLE PEOPKIETOB3 AND MAKTTACTU KEKS. V "" REASON ABLE ADVICE. wnoone neglect a cold or a slight cough. - Xd doing so, have had one cold added to , 'ner. until the macocs memorane, lining tiie 'Imaged, h5 become excessively irritated, ; nperraanently thickened, and soon chro- -cch, chronic pheumonia, and consumption viiivelv iTi!!un along. . The best time to care vs is when it begins. If you are so fortu jo p...

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. — 28 November 1860

Save tfce Leaves. If Brother Jocathoo vrere as saving of ma nures x J.'ha Ball x., b.9 waull be a better farmer. Na oai kniw3 until he has it, bow careful Ea'Iiau and European faruierd and j gardners are cf everything which can be con verted iutJ msiiuro. Ana IL is ca the rrouui of their uoertcritj ia agriculture. , Naw, Lt us rtpeat what wo have often said j that few things aic a;0:e valaalda far fc-rtili- t;Dc purposes than leaves They are Lardiy j ir.feih.r to liin-virj manure. Gather them up nosv, this very mc-nih of November, Lu'oie 1 they arc covered Ly the snow, ihey ere t id -1 .v.... - :.i f p-iriq an ,iw. f.r.f ftn,l lv the roadside, i n iuui u i Ai 1 - - , and by the fences ia every jf J. I he woj J 1 R Idli! You Tj0 l iW fij,. Mcchanie'd Lie'js ir. er lot Kboui-J cot be fctripoed cleau of tbeui: but ! erj State, ;uid the Naturalization Lav.a of this doubtless t-verv fariiier's Iaod contains more of thetu Lcre ai-d there than he can find tinse t,-, nari ntni IJ.-itfu-r 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. — 5 December 1860

fe9 w Tlr irtr A 11 - - THE BLISSINOS OF OOVEB5MEXT, LIKE THE DEW8 OF HEAVES, SHOULD EE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH ASD THE LOW, THE EICH A1 THE POOS. JEW SERIES. EBEXSBURC. PI WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1860. VOL MO.. 2. Jr Nr--'!H 1 r -u- v - ------ . - TERJIS! EMOCRAT & SENTINEL' IS PUB- iished every Wednesday Morning at . Dollar asd Fifty CKsts per annum, ppble ia advance; Oxe Dollar asd Seventy f,n Cists if not paid within six months, and Dollars if not paid until the termination J th year. Vo subscription will be taken for a shortei ytrli than six months, and no subscriber will be i: liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar trAi are paid, except at the option ol the I;ior. Alv perm subscribing for six months will be cAJ-gt-' i osk dollar, unless the money is paid Adrertlin$r Rates. One inserfii. Tiro do. TItreedo i2 lines 24 hues j 60 1 00 1 50 months. il 50 2 50 4 00 6 On 10 00 15 00 J '75 1 00 2 00 6 do. 43 00 41 00 t ; inures, 2 00 3 00 12 do $5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00...

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. — 5 December 1860

democrat & Scntiucl. C. . SltURAl', Etlltor. 1. C. Z.alim, Publisher Proprietor WEDNESDAY; DECKMBF.il 5, 1SG0. S. jtl, l'ettengill & C'o.. Advertising Agents, 113 Nassau Street. Sew YrV 10 State street. Boston, are the au- .Knri7P.l A'ntafor the "Democrat & Sexti- SEL and the most influential and largest circu-Viu.--.njii.prs in the United States and Canada. They are empowered to contract for us at our lowest ieums. . Democratic County Committee. Augustin Durbio, Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guire, ttlacklick Joseph S. Mardis, Cambria Johu M'Bride. Carroll Jacob Luther, Carrolltown James Pagan, Chest Joseph Gill, Chest Spriupa Augustine Lyme, Clearfield V llnaru uai ney Conemaugh P.ichard Sanderson, Croyle William Murray, Eben.sburg Charles D. Murray. Galitzen David Mills, Jackson lleurv'ilager, Johnstown, 1st Ward Epb riam "Buck, 2d Ward John Crouse. Lewis Luckhardt, 3d Ward William Winner, 4th Ward Hugh Maloy, Loretto William lly an, Jr. Millville A. M. Gregg. Richlan...

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 December 1860

03- G3- SEVEN YEARS! vears of unrivalled success attending j seven J roiopolitan Art Association." l" . 1 1. .J 1 J it 1 J. nj.ide it a nouscuom wwu mcuuguuuv every 'Lr t.f the country. pder the auspices of this popular institution. three hundred thousand homes have learned '.n-eciate by beautiful works of art on their V.. bfuefU? derived from becoming a subscriber c H.Ticiis are now bemg received in a ratio "-alleled v.'ith that of any previous year. TEil MS O I U RSCRI P 1 ION , . person can become a member by sub .r' " three dollars, for which sum they will eivc .-.The large ana superb steel engraving, ,u inches, entitled. mLSTAFF MUSTERING HIS RECRUITS." s:One copy, one year, ol that elegantly il- .-o-J ni.vrsz-u. hre OWMOI'OLITAN A TIT JOURNAL." '.!-Fur admi-uvi3, during the season, to rf;i'J GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, 543 i;::oADw.i, x. y." t'j tl:o above benefits, there will ;ja to siiuscuver.-, .is gratuitous premiums, HUNDRED BEAUTirUL "WORKS OF ART! -:ri-ing valuable ; :d-:tl:;...

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 December 1860

Preserve Tour Soils. Soil ebould be preserved bj manures In tome of the Eastern States, lands that other- j nn1.i fertile are senile wastes. If Hint nwi' - they bad taken shells, lime or marl, and re placed the alkaline constituents which had been taken from the soil by previous crops; if plaster bad been permitted to exert its fcin- gular iufluence upon the growiug clover, and I if the latter, instead of being cut and carted j off the lnd. Lad been turned under it. those j fields, now looking" so barren and forlorn, would have been more fertile at this day than they were when the plow turned the first fur row iu the virgin roil. But old habits are still stronger, with many well-meaning and , than the ei- undeniably industrious farmers cellent example set them by the men who have had the sagacity and force of character to lift themselves out of the ruts and grooves in hich men lesar enterprising, or more wed- j ded to their own opinion, and still content to travel. The same causes, ...

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 December 1860

81 if5 i& fey iy I .t I'T rirW fcna ki.J- - ,,ra BLESSTHJS F GOVKB'feUXTj.I.iKS THI SEWS 0iJCtiVJ',BnOtJL "B DtSTXXBOSll(te OOS TB HIGH AND TBI UOT, THE RICH ASU TBV.POOB. if SERIES: iBENSBMG. PA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1860. I- Ml i J' ; i .11 i i i i TERMS ... ,r t . ervTivpr IS PTJB4 i I Eshed every Wednesday Morning at vlla ASI rrTr vn.iTa per annum, . . T . o tln airaace; ct uollas ad oetbstt5 jyrjif not paid within six months, and ) ua&3 if not paid until tiie termination ,Tr. . " . - .-ibscr!pt33 will be taken for a shorter Wn six months, and no subscriber will be Ur to discontinue his paper until all ar- Lsare paid, except at the option of the nerson subscribing for six months will le t t i ' -1 iOSS Dv'tuAR. unless ine money is paia Advertising- Kates. One insert' n. Two do. Three, do 12 lines 1 $ 50 $ 75 $1 00 21 lines! 1 00 1 00 2 Co 36 linii J 8 months -C do. ' 12 do $1 60 $3 00 J5 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 22 00...

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. — 12 December 1860

II emoctai & 0aittad. - -."., - 1 ----- C. I. MURRAY, Editor. 1. c. ZalinJ. Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1860. S. M. Pettcnsrlll & Co., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Skxti kbl " and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for u at our lowest terms. Democratic County Committee. Auoustin Darbln, Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guire, Blacklick Joseph S. Mardis, Cambria John M'Bride. Carroll Jacob Luther, Carrolltown James Fagao. Chest Joseph Gill. Chest Springs Augustine Byrne, Clearfield William Rai ncy. Conemaugh Richard Sanderson, Croyle William Slurray, Ebensburg Charles D. Marray. Galitzen David Mills, Jackson Henrv Rager, Johnstown, 1st Ward Eph riara Buck, 2d Ward John Crouse. Lewis Luckhardt, 3d Ward William Winner, 4th Ward Hugh Maloy, Loretto William Ry an, Jr. Millvill...

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 December 1860

FOR SALE OR RENT. THE TAVERN HOUSE, situate on Main in the Borough of Loretto, Cambria Co., K known the "FRANKLIN HOUSE" "ilouse U most pleasantly located, is com modious, comparatively new, and m veiy good jjjder. There is stabliog attached for twenty kJa person inclined to open a nouse for herders daring the Summer months it possesses special advantages.- It will be sold at a bargain, cr to a good tenant, rented, on the most reason h'e lema. ApplT to ' 4 . E. SHOEilAKEK, . Pec. 12. lSCO.-3-tf. Ebtnsburg, Pa: ORPHANS' COURT SALE BT virtue of a Pluries Order of the Orphans' Court cf Cambria County, I will expose to Pub lic iiAe, on the premises, in the Borough of Lo jetto, oa.THURSDAY the 10th day of JAN r;pkY next, at one o'clock P. M., the fallowing Eel Estate of which Anthony Litzinger, died seized, to wit: A CERTAIN LOT OF GROUND, situate in the Borough aforesaid, known and designated on the plan of said Borough by the number 78, fronting 60 feet on St. Mary's Street, and exten ...

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 December 1860

ParmlWorklFar December. The routine of agricultural operations is, 3 , Tn ti l) a r,-rUia exteci. a uitu it counts in preparations for seeding j spring tbe summer crop, ai mmsumuici u riDg the succeeding roontha. it comprises the multifarious duties connected with the har vesting of the hay and cereal and root crops. In the autumn succeeds in unvarying rotation the seeding of winter grain, and the prudent and precautionary measures attendant upon the fatteuing of stock; the careful regard for the comfort of the animals that are to be win tered on the farm ; and ample provision for the wants of the household during the most inclement portion of the year. What is re quired to be done throughout the month of December, we now proceed to state. The first tiling claiming attention is Winter Plowing. - 1 m n i. Hn- Stiff clays may be plowed to great advan tage at any time during the month, if the condition of the soil will permit. They sho'd never be plowed in a wet state, as they will res...

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