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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 December 1860

-U ?. J -.'.JUL it w I - u a r. . i TK"S ELESSTXGS OT GOYEIlSSfEST, LTXK TDK DEWS OF IDEATXjr, SHOULD EC PI3TB1BCTE3) ALTii CTOs TBI HIGH AHD THE LOW, THE ETCH AX1 THf rot'-.'. " ff SCRIES. EBENSBl'RG. PA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1860. VOL. MO.. 4. lot hi 1 "W "I Jt "St- 'l-T-..- TERM Si DEMOCRAT A SENTINEL' IS TCB iishsl every Wednesday Morning at U1llas amd tinr okxts per annum. I - s-. w- I iisiu aivauce; use uollar aii cevestt CiStsif not pail within six months, and j ,jjLLiR3if not pail until the termination ssbs'ription will be taken for a shorter i than six months, and no subscriber will be to discontinue bis paper until all ar--?"ar2 paid, except at the option ot the jnr-on subscribing for six months will be i one dollar. HiiL'sd the rnr.uey is paid Advertlm? Kates. One inserVa. Ttco do. Hiree do 1" Vrnl $ 50 1 00 . 1 50 months 11 50 2 Ml $ 73 1 00 2 00 C do. t3 00 4 50 7 CO 9 00 12 00 22 00 $1 00 2 Oo S 00 12 do J 5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 00 35 Oo ir?, 12 line res. T24 l;nc...

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. — 19 December 1860

tewocrat & SaitiucL m I f --- T .- C. O. HCKR41, Editor. O. C. Zalim. Publisher &IroprIctor Alarming XfHS from Washington. Hon. Howell Cobb, Secretary of the Trcas ury, and Hon. Lewis Cass, Secretary of State, have both resigned. Mr. Trescott As sistant Secretary ofStat-e. has also resigned. Mr. Cobb's place Las already been filled by Attorney General Black's Tlcivs. Id compliance with the instructions of the President, Attorney General Black has writ ten a letter to him, giving his views with re gard to the right of a State to secede, and es- ! pecially as to tLe right and expedir:cy of co- mam ia the Union after t-he has resolved to secede. It displays that close, logical and convincing reasoning. fcMs whith all of Judire WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19, iSCO. S. ji. lettengrlll & - Advertisinsj Agents, 110 Nassau Street New York, and 10 State -treet, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & feESTi rel " and the most iolluential and largest c.rcu latin? Newspa...

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. — 19 December 1860

OUPnAVS' COURT SALE. ... OF TA IXAEL.II UC4L ESTATE. jlX virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court -.f Cambria Gjunty, there will be exposal to Pub c Sale at the Cambria House, ia the Borough of ''ilniore, Cambria County, on Thursday the 10th .xAy of Jinaary I80T. at 1 o'clock P. M., of said iv, th following described unimproved Ileal litate of which Daniel Dimond, lute of tsaid fyzLty. deccad, viz: " A certain piece or prrcel of larsd situate in -;nimerhilI toxvuship, Carabria County, contain i3'r 24 acres ar.d 67 perch-. and allowance, funded and described as follows: Beginning at 'beech thence Xorth 32 perches to a cucumber icnee Xorth East 24 perches to a post, tietice Xorth SlJ West 115 perches to :i post, fining Ianos cl .Mtcnaei ana Ambrose Branili, hence by land t-f Joseph A. Dimond, South 42 ii;n.-e jiM, i- . t . - - ........ .. , arches, theuce South 45 Ea.it 19 perches to a p;,t. thence South 50J 8 porches to a Spruce, t':,Lce South 80"; East 10 perches to a Spruce, ;he-Ce...

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 December 1860

. 4nlmal rood and Bread. A psf er was rec-rilj read before the Lon don Chemical Society by Dr Gilbert, on the -.- .x.i... .n;,nil Tnrt!"n nf human jiaprBiu& o. r food, aal a its relations to bread. The gen J coueras-wM were, that only a small por- j .rit , :rrrow. nf fatemn? animal was llOU Ol UV1 .-" - & that from ! cocjpoeea 01 liiwocnuu-. ( five to ten por cent, only of the nitrogenous matter of the foal wis stored up in the body of the animal; tat that the amount of fat stor ed up was frequently greater than the amount Bupplicd in the food, despite the loss incurred ia the maintenance of the respiratory func tions. Hence, toe comparative value of fr eeing foods was proportional rather to the amounts of respiratory than of assumed ncsn forming constituents. It was calculated that io those portions ot the carcasses oi wu -w-taaily consumed as hnman food, the amount cf dry fat was from two to three times as great s the amount of dry nitrogenous matter; and a C the eaten por...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 19 December 1860

tnloial rood and Bread. A paper was recently read before the Lon don Chemical Society by Dr Gilbert, on the eSUlDOBlUOli ot tbs animal portion 01 nunian . ... T . t' , -v K - o .T The geQ food, aai on us , . - - c , rI coccm?i-it.9 were, that only a small por- , ,- ftf t. -ncrea-e of a fatening animal was HOU 0 V" . ! that lroni ; composed oi Biuunuy-i . 1 , five to ten per ceut. only of the nitrogenous matter of the food wis stored up in th body of the animal; tut that the amorist of fat stor- ed no was frequently greater than the amount j i - r a V,o l.vt incurred ! It supplied in the food, despite the foss inca. in the maintenance of the respiratory tunc- tions Hence tb.2 comparative value of fat- j " tl1(.r to the ectng foods was proportional rather to tne mounts of respiratory than of assumed ficsu- forming constituents. It was caicuiaceu ... in those portions of the carcasseB of oxen ac Uaily consumed as human food, the amount cf dry fat was from two to three times as great s ...

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 December 1860

; 111 rt :W & TKS BLESSINGS- OF GOVTBSMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD EE DISTU1BCTED ALIKE CPOS THS.HIGH AKD THE LOW, THE r.IOI ASK TIIS TOCR. EBENSBURG. PA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1800. VOL. 8 AO. 5. .1 II 1 j E R "1 i t i SSMI.NiiL' IS PUB Wednesday Homing at ;, Fr"TV Lents per annum, ,: O f?. Dollar akd Seventt f ill itii;i six months, and j j pr.i-J until the termination - Triil le taken for a shorter 1,3. ami no subscriber will le r.uc his paper until all ar- .er.f-pt at the option cf the c-i'i'njr f r six months will be . iinipss the money is paid rlMnsr Rates. i-.sertJn. J:ro do. Three do IB :1 .Ps rb.M. f,0 1 00 1 50 morths. $1 50 2 oO 4 ori 6 CO 10 00 V 00 ff jRH-t he I 00 00 C d do. $3 00 4 SO 7 ro 9 00 12 OO 22 00 marked 41 oo 2 00 S 00 12 do 4 5 00 9 00 12 00 14 00 20 00 35 00 with A SUPERLATIVE TONIC, DSURETIC, 0 vj rw QNJ DYSP IiiYiOQRMIHa CORDIAL -irrd. or thev will he ,d ch:rirfd accordingly. 5n!lTIVES AD ) X SCFf EHERS. f..T several years a resident w'.'....

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. — 26 December 1860

. . emocrat & Sentinel. Irl V Who can ssy that under the circumstances, their apprehensions are groundless? But we hope the days of abolitionism are almost numbered; for surely tie ''sober second thought" of the Northern people must ere ong convince them thai they are pursuing a suidicial course, 'Rod that if persisted in it must result in the distruction of that govern X C. D. MURRAY, Editor. D. C. Zabm, Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 26, 1SGO. . S. 31. rettengrlll & Co., Advertising Agent. U9 Nassau Street New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorial Agents for the "Democrat & Sexti kel " and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canada. They are empowered to contract tor C3 at Olir LOWEST TEKS3. Democratic County Committee. Auustin Durbin, Chairman. Allegany Michael M'Gnire, Blacklick Jo-?hS. Mardis, Cambria -John M 'Bride. Carroll -Jacob Luther, Carrolltown Jaines Fagan. Chest Joseph Gill. Chest...

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 December 1860

LU HOLIDAY PRESENTS. TFJE subscriber would respectfully inform the people of this town and vicinity, that Le haa 1ut received a large and splendid assortment of Fancy Goods, r.c S3 LADIES XOTK BOXES, CAHD CASES. CABAS. PURSES, SATCHELS, FANCY BOXES, .CHESSMEN. BACKGAMMON, BEAD?, . . SHAWL PINS. POUT MONAIES, " &!.; tSrc, &c, saitaMc for HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Vlilch he will Etd! vert cheap for CAS IT. C.T. ROBERTS. Ebensburg, Dec-13, 1860.-4-.3t. ORPEI&XS' COl'RT S AL.E. OF V.4LV1BLG RE1L KSTATE. BY virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court BUY A HOME. THE subscriber offers at Private Sale the fol lowing Real Estate situate in Cambria County, to wit; Ills Slansion Property situate in the West end of tbe Eorough of Ebensburg, consisting of a Square of Ground, having thereon erected a com modious DWELLING HOUSE, a larze STA BLE or BARN, and several other Out Buildings, together., with a half Lot of Ground on -which there never failing Spring of the purest soft water, from which ...

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 December 1860

Winter 3Iulcli!nsr. At the commencement of winter, those who have young trees liable to be injured by cold n..,' Jh5r.li t..l h'uk culture, will find an es pecial advantage iu appljdug a winter mul ching of short manure. This treatment 13 eminently useful for dwarf pears. Protect ing well the part below ground, is of use to the exposed portions above in the same way that a macs feet and ears have been found to keep warmer on a cold day, when his body is well cl thel. The beet time in the year'to manure trees, is lite in autumn. If eppiied earlier, it pre vents proper cultivation; and if in spring, its protecting influence is lost, and the liquid port iocs do not become so well diffused through the soil by the time growth commences The manure should hi short, (not necessarily rot ted,) to prevent attracting mice; or if short manure cannot be had, a small cone of fresh earth should be raised around each tree eight or ten inches high, which will effectually ex clule mice. In the spring...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 2 January 1861

uu jfL y ih 8 I 1 , THK BLESSINGS Or GOVXBXMEXT, LIXK THS DEWS OF HEAVE2T, SHOULD BS DISTRIBUTED ALIKE TBX HIGH 1KD THE LOW, THE RICH A SI) THE T'OCS. . . i , . - : . EBEXSBEC. Pi. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1860. 5c ff SERIES. 10!,. 8 NO: 6. V !' ""V ' t m u u I ii I ii 11 , I I II i im ) 1 I ? 1 I k T V R 31 St iEMOCBAT & SENTINEL' IS TUB- J lishel every Wednesday Horning at jPjlla and r iftt CaSTd per annum, ii?!eia alvanee; Oxe Dollar and Seventy jCsst if njt paid within six-months, and ,Di.laR5 If not paid until tlie termination ;5 ;lscri;tio:i will be taken for a shorter itha! six months, and no subscriber will be r.frty ti 'l-srontinue his paper until all ar izs are paid, except at the option of the Jit-writing fr six months will be -tl ess :oll.b. unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. One imerCn. Two do. TJtree Jo liK, 12 lines . SO $ 75 $1 00 1 00 1 CO ? Oo 1 50 2 PO 3 0& 3 months. 6 do. 12 do il 50 $3 00 45 00 j 2 50 4 50 9 00 j 4 00 7 00 12 00 j 6 00 9 00 14 00 1...

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. — 2 January 1861

o . ., .V; .J J 3 v. V . v V " Democrat & Bcntmcl. rt. II. MIRUAT. Editor. I. C. Zubin. Publisher StProprlctor WEDNESDAY. JANUARY, 2. l?til. s. 31. Pettengrill & Co., ' Idvertisinsr Aaci'ts, 119 Nassau Street. New York, and 10 SUte -trwt, Boston, are the au thorized Aqents for the "Democuat & bE-VTi-W and the nrnst iarlucntial and largest circu lating Newspapers ia the United states and iualis. They are caf cvered to contract tor on at our Lon-EST tekms. TAKE NOTICE. ALL persons knowing thems-lves iiideMl to f r SUUSCHU'TION, ADVEU TIS'NG cr JOB WORK, will please come tor ward and settle up their accounts ou or K-f -re the 20th dav of March. liol. Th-.se nr. c-ciin,; this notice" will, after, that tin.?. Clothe ac counts in the hands of yc--( r yiixccn tor codec -tion. Persons rending out . f the G. uuty car; remit the amount due us (wi.'.ch is by mail. D. G. ZA1IJI. Ebensbun;, Dee. 2o, l?v-0. ATcnust in ixTcapou The quiet and law abidiag citizens of Pitts burgh, were en...

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. — 2 January 1861

i 'I v-i it v .1. ir.l 6- ;:1 ! 54 a if S f le-f ti ri f-l v,i l 'A 'i ti4 HOLIDAY PRESENTS. ;ir. eu.bneribcT would respectfully inform! Xwle of this town and vici'itv, that he has ' A UtU suoscriber o0er3 at Private Salo tho ful - ' revii-eJ a large and eplendid'assortaent of! cal Estate situate in Cambria County. iancy ixooas, h -a LADIES WORK-BOXES, , 4 C:iD CASES. CABAS, - . 1 flWiiO, 7 - X A Vll L. t-J , FANCY BOXES, 'CHESSMEN.'. -3ACS(AS1 MON, BEADS, ' , " SHAWL PIN$, POUT LIGNAIE3, &c: tc, suital tj for HOLIDAY PRESENT'S. i. T-i!' ?' ran r.r-MT. r..r.f!.5?iT. uv " A "., ,dV."- ,. rwsasburg, T)?c ID, 13C0.-4-3t. cJKI"II.iS' 'CCUI1T SAIE. 'OF VALfABLa 'KCAL ESTATE. tf 1 U-.'- i-i - . - v,' i i.ci.j j v-m: t ' ij-.v UO . .-7.:. v. t ; i i -7 v ' -- J o cf : ' r ,hvt.f J.i:- i:.:y .t 1 'cl.cU t ''L, of savl I th f!!Dw::i- L-sjrllv-l univproveu Rc.il rials ot v-'J'cn x'ar.tci D.nvv.i, iaze ci sam A certain ntv-s vr pir-M oi. uivl sitr.ats in K-s.iccrl'!l tjv i)-':ii', Oaird-ri...

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. — 2 January 1861

Cotton-Seed Cake. A rt ...... F.trmer for Mav. we alia ded to the ureal T&Iue of cotton seed cake. as a food for stock, and c-peeially ia reference ta the high percentage of nitrogen and phos phate it contained, and consequently of the j high value of the manure obtained from .1 ..t; this cake. It was then estiuia that the manure from a ton of decorticated or husked cotton seed cake was worth 27,86,, while that from linseed oil cake was worth 019,72, and from Iudian corn only $6,65. Dr. Voelcker , chemist to the Royal Agri cultural Society of England, as the result of several analyses, sums up the value of cotton eeed cake, as compared with linseed cake as follows: -1st. The proportion of oil in all the spe cimens is higher than ia the best linseed cake in which it is rarely more than 12 per cent., and ten per cent, may be taken as an avarage As a supplier of food cotton cake is, there fore, superior to linseed. 2d. The amount of oil in the several speci mens differs to the exte...

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. — 9 January 1861

1 .. i 1 $&P: jjsy Jti Jk 4 lUii J; CtRSSINOS OF GOVERXMET, I.1KK TITS IFWS OT HEAVES', SHOULD E DISTKV1U rr. JkUKECroS THE "IileJIT AJI.THE LOW, TKE BtCH ASP THK ?o02v B'EW SERIES. EBEXSBIRC. PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1861. VOL. 8 NO. 7. TERMS: U FE'dOCRATA SENTINEL IS PUB J lished every Wednesday Morning at Ose Dollar, i.vd Fifty- Cbxts per annum. rjyafc'e in advance; Oxe Dollar axd Sevestt j Five Ccsts if not pai-J within six months, and I Two DcLLvRsif not p.ud until the termination of ths year. .So subscription will be later for a shorter 1 period thaa tix months, ar.d no subse-riber will be j tt liberty to discontinrte his paper until all ar- j rrerags are paid, except at the option ot the 1 relator, i Any person subscribing for sis. months will be charged ose dollar, unless tr.e monev Advertising- Kales.' paid One insertn. Tiro do. Tiir? do I 1 s.iuare, 2 s j'iaros, ?. aqsarea. 12 lines 24 iine 36 llr.es f 50 .$ 75 l on 1 oo 1 oo j lines ot less. 1 .-inare, 12 lines J ? q...

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. — 9 January 1861

democrat -& Baitiacl. C. 0. Editor. . f. c. Zaum, Publisher & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. JANUARY, 9, 1861. TiC M. rcttenglll & Co., Advertising AgeDta. 119 Nassau Street. New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & Sesti FEL," and the moetiaflucntUl and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canada. They are empowered to contract for o at onr lowest tpkms. takeTvotIcb. ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to the undersigned f,r SUHSCUIl'TlON, ADVER TISING or JOB WOIiK, will please come for ward ard fettle up their accounts on or bef-re the i!0tb dav cf March. 1SQ1. Those neglecting "this notice' will, after that time. Cr.i their ac counts in the hands cf pron.-r officers for collec tion. Persons residing ov.t of the Cor.r.ty can teuiit the amount-due us (which is $4) hy mail. D. C. ZAUM. Ebensbnr. Dec. 2C. 18(J0. Tlie Fugitive Slave fLaw. The portica'cf Governor Packer's Message which refers to the sections of...

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. — 9 January 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES. . rxriUCr OF IIAMASIELIS. OB ': PAIS DE3TBOYER, 'J ttn ffcW ioiricsto leraedieu which j2to general use and favor, without j."5 the product of a simple shrub. , ;3 6H ca-jes, ana &3 a uomcsuc remedy i with treat success, f r 1'oolhache, '..;V ytUrahjia, Sore Thrr-at, Colic, Diarr j? "r.r.ir., aud other similar troublesome "i fjl sSectioas. while it promptly arresls vrk.i4(s- Hun"lre.Jsof phvolciaus use it ,'Ut;r practice, and give it their unquaii-"m'-cn i.itloti. Sold by our agent and -V'jM!'in:i:TS & CO., oC2 Broadway. ,i r PF: TKIETOnS WD MAN CFACTU EKES. sin, Crying. Teething ChUJren All ',t:a!i.nt these accompaniments of "U, au ! ir.-iot intelltg'-nt persons kn-iv, i:-'. c'-r..-!C:xetifes to ht-aith, ami often Tu the usr of &:i--.lynes, cardials, and dm r .j r-s u"d t-j .jiiict tlica. Humphreys1 ;' .'iv-.! ikiby Pills, (a pler-sant . ;:.) ttiiich y-d may drop into the mouth 'xitf. you everythiug to b-3 desired ;..'.clr.e. Ti;oy calm excitement, allay...

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. — 9 January 1861

u ... a 1 MiDiaters, Lawyers End teachers are gen- j TJipv would ertiiv wen pruuucu i a j- c 1 i 7 n"ia I not feel coropeieDi w uisc-unr- lUc .... , were they not continually gathering inform-a- tion; and their employers would not p. ace confidence in them did they not they were masters of a large amount of book knowledge. Bat what need has the farmer of Looks b- yond the biolo and almanac, ins duty 13 to , labor as bia strength will admit, aod when lie has done hia work for the day, he will be tir ed enough to go to ted, without nodding over a book written by some idle person who is too lazy to work. Such has been the fad ing of lbs mass of cultivators of the soil, but is now happily changing. No man needs a good library more than the farmer. He has a profession that as really requires study to master it as the lawyer's or teacher's. There is hardly a branch of natural science that will contribute greatly to his bonefit. He also neods books upon horses, cattle, sheep; the managemen...

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. — 16 January 1861

1 iY : -. riff 1 ' cvi' m -" ifc 11 mm THE BLESSINGS OF GOVEBXXEST, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEX, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE CPOX THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND TUB FoOB. Ef SERIES. EBEXSBCRC. PJ. WEDNESDAY, JINUM 16, 1861. VOL. 8 SO. 8. E tt M s: r651'JL.uAi nnAiiAtL' is ruii D lishtd every Wednesday Morning at 3;llah aso riFTT Lexts per annum, e in af .Mnee; Oxe Dollar and Seventy if not paid within six months, and LLA.R3 if not pid until the termination i rear. jVSTiption will be taken for a shorter ' -Juan mx months, and no subscriber will be ;-v t-." discontinue his paper until all ar- are paid, except at the option of the :p.ruj subscribing for sis months will be -!o' r.OLLAB. unless the money is paid AtiTcrtlslnsr Rates. Ori'. inserin. Two do. Three do 12 lir.es f.O 1 00 1 50 months. ii -o 2 50 4 00 6 00 io oo 15 00 $ 75 1 00 2 00 6 do. $3 00 4 50 7 00 9 00 12 00 22 00 $1 00 2 00 3 00 24 lines p36 lines 12 do d2 lines ) 24 ImiI '.'jd lines J .v.a l :i'.t l forbid, and charged...

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. — 16 January 1861

JU -A t mocral & Sentinel. Ct,f- ' : ' J " - jf..? vSr -'." C. JIl'BBAT, Editor. D. C. Zalmi. ruMlslscr & Proprietor WEDNESDAY. JANUARY, Irt. 1SC1. .. 21. PcltensIII '& -'o. Vtottisins Agents, 110 Xassau Street, New York, f-nd 13 State street, Bo.-ion, are tie au thorial Agents for the "Pemocbai & fcEXTi and the ruost influential and largest circa- lat"'0'T Newspapers m me u un.cn k.. Canftdas. They arc empowered to contract for us at nnr roTVKST TErtMs. TAKlNOTICB. ALL persons knowing thc-m selves indeed to tK undersi-ned f r SUBSCRIPTION, AD Eii TIS'NCr or JOB WORK, will please co:r.e for ward and settle up their accounts on or lefure the 20th day of March. 1SG1. Those r.eglcct.n bis notice will, after that time, find their ac counts in the Lands of proper officers tor codec -tioa. Persona residing out of the County can remit the aiar;uat tVje us (deh is) Ip-inail. Ebeasbsrg. Pee. 26, 13GQ. The Iast auU the Present. Oar country is v? passing through a try fag crisi...

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. — 16 January 1861

SPECIAL X6TICER. -,'E'S EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS, OR A TAIN DESTROYER, i. of . the few domestic remedies, which ": c- re into general rise and favor, without It is the product of a simple shrub, j Mansion Properly isitnate in the "West end wate fcrall casevanJ as "a domestic remedy I " the Borough of ' Ebensburg, consisting of a "-u'li'-jd. Tor Burns, Cuts, Bribes, Soreness, I Squr.re of Ground, having thereon erected a com M.J,eySiUHi.:Sheumatumt' SuQs, Ulcers, j modioua DWELLING HOUSE, a large STA irS and Wounds, it has ru.t an equal. -It ELE -or BAIhN, and several other Out Buildings, i-rfh prnjt. stiws f.ir 1 tu-AUnrhv I lOEeirrer Willi a nail I.rtol lirnr.nrl nn whiriti 'idxb- A-U'V"1' TlmiU Colic. Diarr taere l never failing Spring of the purest soft taut- rivii- ,,iu' .si. jaJ painful affections, while it' promptly j"! Eemorrhotcs. Hundred' of physician iv arrests iUa use it j'v ia their practice, and give it their unqtuti- i i remrn-mdalion. Sold by our agents and i?i!.r, and by...

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