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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 16 January 1861

A Cliapler on Fenelngr. A correspondent of the Xoftksxxitrv. Far mer ijives his views opon this topic as fol- I am aware that mauy feuco without any regard whatever to the future. Leaving out of the accouut thoso who put us shackling, crumbling concerns at first, there are many who believe they are putting up substantial fences which from points of neglect or ignorance, fail to tho ground in a few years after. ' Really, a post thould never be put into the ground in a green state. I need not state the reasons. The end that is put into the ground ehould cot have any bark on. Why need I tate the reason? If not cyauized. every post should be charred or burned, at least one fourth of an inch deep; i e so that the char red part shall be at least one foot above the surface, and one foot below the surface of the ground. The New York Farmers used to do that, and the posts lasted for life-titue. The reason is obvious While the post is sharing Urge quantities of water evaporate, leaving the po...

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. — 23 January 1861

s. HI mtr irftl THE BLESSINGS Or GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF 1TEAVEX, SHOULD BK DISTRIBUTED ALIKE CPON THE IIIGH AND THE LOW. THE BICH AND TBI rOOR. EBENSBURG. Pi. WEDNESDAY, JiMUBY 23, 1861. VOL. 8 SO. 9. if if n S4 MS. rv ill ir s sr i v. TERMS: rVEMOCRAT A SENTINEL IS PUB iJ lisked every Wednesday Morning at Osb Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, jviya'ole ia advance; One Dollar and Seventy Five Cssrs if not paid within six months, and T Dollars if not paid until the termination of. the year. y subscription will be taken for a shortei period than six months, and no subscriber will be t liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar retrages are paid, except at the option of the alitor. Auy person subscribing for six months will be brged one dollar, unless the money is paid Advertising Rates.' 0n insert' n. Two do. Three do 1 square, f 12 lines $ 50 $ 75 1 00 1 00 1 50 2 00 months. 6 An. $1 50 13 00 $1 3 12 $5 9 CO 00 00 do 00 00 squares, squares, 2 i lines j 6 lines I 36 ? lines o...

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. — 23 January 1861

u J. 3 V -. V, return of fugitive slaves to their masters. But it tbculd be remembered that the Re publicans contend that the personal . liberty" laws id the Northern States arc- EtrictJj constitutional,- tnd therefore should cot be repea lid. AWcs.ii cot therefore know whether ho Speaking: by Authority. The New York Tribune of, last Thursday' announced in &o Editorial article;, ''authora tatively, that President Lincelh is not in fa vor of making concessions to the slave power, either pretended concessions-or- real toners- is in favor of repealing those laws in Tens- ous, and add "awaj-tbeo witu toe icteAc- sjlvania. Massachusetts,' Michigan. &3. He j tinkering the Fugitive Slave Lave, or ofleger- UtUlaUC nilu ac jiCiikU, -1 Auuiuiuiug Carson 'o Valley, Utah, Pikes Peak and Da- j kota in a single incongruous state. These still upholds the doetrire that Corjgress poB sesses tLc right 'to legislate on all subjects whatever ia the territories, and eavs he will r,vPr bv his vet...

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. — 23 January 1861

-I Oil 17 DESTROYllR, t: a few domestic remedies v.l.icii ;rrr,oral ve and fv,r, witliont the l rodujt cf r rim pic shrub. ! ex-"-., and r.s a clotio'siis raaedy ' .'. Tl f . J - 7 .1 . " V " . . " 3 j. urns arx, irirj,oWi"itsy '-,,i-n;is.Jl:tfi ::it.m, Lous . Hirers. " .T, cx.t.'i. u iiA-5 'nut an e'.pad. Ii j ; I. vt" s'.i'c-.'.-p, i' r 'To tihu'-' c. .v.( ; , 'ir("i i; "..'., I-'i-rrr inn liu-.t ngd a.. Calami and Iinhau.i Tunij.ike, -.. , i tli-T r ii. :v.K j -V 'l exV-'it'M: g kick to Poplar Lane, known ami lil-'.'tion. while :r promptly arres.a j ucsignated lu the plan ol said town by the nam yj. Hun irci's of physicians ao it I Ucr12H. t,rr.ctics. arrH sr:ve it their uuounli j ALSO .The one i.ndividsd Iialf part of a ccr- mzIi-'m. Sold by our agents, and ! 'V;:'iIKrjY5 & CO.. 5G2 Broadway, ft'-' K-!T-.T-JKS AND 1ASLTACTBHB2S. v i! every?.. in? t d ciain-ti Lii'v calm excitement, r'i.iv p. i.'i , an cin ve c tio am 1 bcwtl ;:t.re na'.ural and quiet lest, i.'s -'f e-'fdial ...

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. — 23 January 1861

Saltlo; Beef for Suiamerr. From the New EaeiaDd Farmtr. whose editor has, io answer lo inquiries gathered theai from variou-j sources, we copy the fol lowing modes of ealtiug beef for summer Sixtaen qts. of salt, and 4 ounces of salt peter, for each 100 pounds. Rub the pieces all over with salt, and pack it in edgeways, and after a layer is completed lake ao axe or maul and pound down solid Tbeu epririkle on a little saltpeter and fill up all the openings with salt, and so on until the cask is full. Thosi who do not like the salt petre may omit it without injury to the meat. Mr. A. Wenzer, who comruuuicated this receipe to the Albany Cultivator, says he has halted his beef in this way for fifteen years; that it needs no soaking before boiling, and will be tender and sweet the year round. By ibis way of salting, it makes its own briue, and never want repacking, nor the briue scalding. If the brine should not cover it io the spring. sufficient may be added for that purpose. Take a bar...

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. — 30 January 1861

IS 1 ;B ! ' fit 15 i ; sj 2 . its ?3 .- ! if. i r; If-' -' r i THE BLEoSlXGS OF GOTEENMEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVES, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AMD THE LOW, THE. SUCH ASi THE POOS,. IS I 11 !R T fi it I S: r Jt sentinel is pck- .1. lis'l'l ev ev, ry es.iav Morning at St Dollar a.u Firrv Cents per annr.m. r.t?l'.'i il iVHllOO; OXK Dl I K AVoSF.VKSTV i'ss rd if rv-t paid wittiin six merit lis. and 7 - i !,:.. R3 i" n it pat 1 vi-itii the termination ;" yc.tr. S. iis:ri;'.ion wiil be. taken for a shortei jc.'i k' than six raonths. and no subscriber will I- liberty t. discontinue Ills paper until all ar- traces aira pii.1. except at the option ot the AiiV poisoa stihscrib5r.g fr six months will he 'l;Tzil OSS riLLtR. II!ll'!SS tho niolly is pail .llverliin? Rates. O ii itiiicrt'ri. Tm . Thw-r f" 1 jiuire, 12 lines i -jiiares, j 2-1 lines $ 50 $ 7" $1 fw 1 00 1 (iO 00 1 50 "2 00 a of. UTtihs. i .In. " 12 ! .$1 50 f?. 00 Ot"s i 50 4 ."( ? ':: f!0 7 00 12 00 6 00 0 00 U 0 10...

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. — 30 January 1861

t - .A "v. democrat & Sentinel. U. C.Zr.lihj. ry hi I5lrfr& Proprietor -W BOXES 1 A V .. .1 A XI A IlY. 80..186J. M t-etten-lll & Co., A'lver-.'s-p.i: A:e..t3. 113 Nassau street. "-r"' " Yo-V, anl 10 State street, LW-oa, are the au- j S-9CSf it could not possibly end in the prci- th'ul Aumts for the -If.k.t sf"' ! vaIion of tba Ufiion it now is. After it WEi. nd the most influccttal f.r.d 4are-.t circn- , , iitin" Ncvsyapers in the Uniud States ani j the former n and Southern people would for cTnaTlis. They arc emperored to contract for cVer US at o,r :.or.'KT TEI.J.- ; Dc-iJ3c;-atic Jouuly Committee. AJ-:Ufi!i Durb'n. Chairman Mich-ie' M"Gair, B'acklkk ; u, ev 'nt:n-;!ih l?-'iard Saoders.n, Crfvl Willis-is Murray, ELrfWunr,- Charles D j M-irray. OaUiie n iUvi 1 .ii:is. Jackson r. Ju'iOit..wn. ist U a?3 r.pn- j Ji '.V.:.:-J -'irt Crf'J-c. v .-'-:, .-.-f . W.rd "'i '-'" v inner, 4'D War1 -51 i ... tivn: . ... 1 .. ao, Jr M-'iviii- A. M Gre2C Ilichhnd T Sa-.naitrvid-j-Ji.-...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 30 January 1861

PEC I AS SOTICES. vvs EXTKACT OF nxLTAMELTS. OR . FAIN DESTKOYEB,, -'.. 0,o. tf the. fe- domestic, remedies' which i,(ieU't'Jericrf "SO; aWi .favor; without It is the .product of. a- simply, shrub. s :n all cases, and . as. a rlomstic renied y ,V. Syrair.s. Rheumatism, Roils. Ulcers, 1j CrfJ 11 irwrj'S?, it Las not an equal . Jt u. with -great ?u-c-s. f r TofUiache l.adr.;'", Nmraljia. Sore Tiiroai. Colic. lUsrr txrsexcz?. :in l other shmiar troublesome a jr).v.-,-i affections, wlsle it promptly anes.s . m irihajti. Hundreds of physicians ue it Tjilv in t;ieir prajtice, aul give it the'tr unrpuli ;i'-ec-.nBei ! .;ion. Sold by our agent and F. flU-Mi'ilRETS & CO., 552 Bmndwiy, eOLt: piioi?::i.':f jus asd masltactvuerb. Cr.c. Crjtij. Taihiny Ciiiiiren All -: i.'t'K upl.:. ...- t'.c.s .' rrnpaniinents oi ,i' vii'."', i ll ' - intelligent pi-rous know, - .".t" si-i c iii-.rftj.icri.'e; 1 1 h-.-aith, and cltea ;' an il;::.'-. c .rtliais. and aiai- , ir',) .by ' i "- a vj I t 1 qiiiei...

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. — 30 January 1861

u 7SuitIu tViieat iu be Hour. W. P- Cooper, of Lanca-t. r, Pa . in n .nfrm,? aal b7T.'fing g:ivi. ; Vocaj . lisbci iu the Farmer and Gardner - Iq storcing wheat in a -uw. be c..;n -ces oa one side, places tbe sheaves io regular layers, with the huts outside, tramping h.av ilj ou tbe butt of each as it is laid dwi. The next layer is placed with the tops ! dip ping about half way over the first, car.: r ir.-' taken to keep the Leads or tops uppermost When tbe entire fpace of the mo is e-ven-i in this way, common ground salt is sprmk. t over the mow on tho top of the layer, a; tbe rate of four qur:s to every twenty dozii. phTaves of wheat a larger .ortia of suit if the sheaves erft very large During the sweating, tho sals U dissolved aud absorbed by the grain and straw Th eff-W this practice has been to make the grain brighter and bring two or three cents more p.-r u.el than that which was not gaits : .Mil'srs say i'ue yield of fiour is larger a..-.! whivt. Cat lie eat tbe straw freely...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 6 February 1861

- f ) ' III II t 1 V THE BLXSStXGS OF GOTEBSJ1EST, I.I&K Ttl&. DEWS O JXEATE:?, SHOULD tB DISTKlBOTjcB ALIKE UPON TUB HIGH ASD THE LOW, THE RICn AM) Till PoOS. 0 SERIES. EBBSSBDRC. P.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUM 6, 1861. VOL. 8 XO. 11. if! i fi n ii a. in in h in m i a h b r I MP IP. i H 14 m . TERMS: . EMOCKAT A SENTINEL' IS PUB- 1 every- Wednesday Morning at jILLAa and r iftt Cexts per annum, -tVeia advance; Oxe Dollar and Seventy (."' is if n t paid within six months, and U.-li-ars if not paid until the termination ii ye ir. J.. subscription will be taken for a shortei J tiuu ix months, and no subscriber will Le 'jerry to discontinue his paper until all ar rives .ire paid, except at the option of the :;r. ;:.rp'rsoa subscribing for six months will be -v.l osf. ivll.vr. unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. ():u insert1 ii. Tirn do. Three, do 12 lines) 1 00 On ! 24 lines 3G lines r:.ires, r ICS's, . r 12 line is. 24 liiu-.l 36 lines . ' ii:u :i , ? ' it:: rtiscmoiits must 1 e...

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. — 6 February 1861

tSJtmoerat & Stntiacl. tlexJcaIof llc Tax on Ilie Tonn j age or tlie Pennsylvania Rail I Road. C. D. 3ILRR4T, Editor. O. c. Zalnu, IublIslierJSilroprIctor ""WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY, 13, 18C1. i Od last Tuesday, Mr. Abbott of Philadel phia, introduced into the Ilouse of Itepresen-J J tatives, a bill for the commutation of the tax i on the tonnajra of the Pennsylvania R Road, i ? ..... It is quite a literary curiosity, and evidently was not intended by its author to be as clear as the eud at noon-day. We have not time thid week to notice a few of its prominent fea tures, but will probably do ho in our next issue. Queen Catharino said of Cardinal Wol sey, that his. promises were mighty, but his performance nothing, and so it will turnout in the present case with the Pennsylvania Kail Road Company, if they should succeed in forcing this bill throrsgh the Legislature. Democratic Count j Committee. Auoustia Durbin, Chairman. Alle-hanv Michael M'Guire. UlactjicK - , . -W l " 1 ' l'..41 aru...

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. — 6 February 1861

r vr T 7T? T IVTr'Q ft AT .77. Q i-J-J. v-y virUto uf siiDilry writs of Venditioni Exjto viS Ltcari Facias iadutd out cf tiio Court Tj; .r-.incn Pleas of Cambria County and to dip '.!, there will be exposed to Public Sale, "'r-V.i:rt House, in the Borough of Ebens : ::;."on MONDAY, the 4th DAY OF MARCH at one o clock. 1 . 31.. the lullowing real t,i wit : tbe rilit, title and interest of John Jl?Kc-n-" tV f. in and to a piece or parcel cf land. i:..'.,:e in Mira?ter township, Cambria County, V'-Tai is ...f .Sylvester M'Kibzie, Bernard v--N.in and others, containing 80 acres, more "j about CO acres of which are cleared, hav :. -. 'thereon erected a 2 story log dwelling house, a ,, larn, now in the occcpancy of said T "in MTit;zie, Jr. Taken in execution, and to V- Ir.iJ at the suit of Geo. C. K. Zahm. ',o All iue riui, i.iie aim interest oi WW P. l'atton, of , in and to a lot of ground, e in tne borough ol Johnstown, Cambria t, fronting 7j feet on Bedford Street and fi:,-D -line? bac...

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. — 6 February 1861

U Italian BeesTheir Ilabitsjand Qualities. The fallowing extract from a letter written by Dr. J. P. Kirtland. of Cleveland. Ohio, to J. B- 'arsons, of Flushing, fully confirms the views heretofore expressed in the Even ing I'ost, of the substantial superiority of the Italian over any other bee for the harvesting of hone: 'In jour last letter you expressed a wish to hear from me the result of my experience with the Italian bees, . &a. "1st Their disposition to labor far excels that of the common kind From the earliest dawn of day to the arrival of evening they are I invariably pasMD" in and out of the bive, J 1 " " ,. i r w;nds and rarely su?pend their worK wr ua , heat or moderate showers, at times wlien not i i i. a eolitary individual of the common Kinu is 10 be seen. Two hours each day their labors are cxteuded beyond the working time of the last ncmed kind. 21. Power of eudurance, and especially efresistiug the impression of coll they pos sess in a marked degree. Since the b...

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. — 20 February 1861

if is i2 111 iW Vtt ll .4 i bS e U .1 IHX 13 5 Ifi i! 8 I H jjj 3 S3 I THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF II EAVES, SHOULD PE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON TIIE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE B1C1I AND TilU POOR. NEW SERIES. EBENSBURG. Pi. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1861. VOL. SXO. 12. rl t tl n H 5a ifi ifci IPS !4 3 rS 1 KM W 1 TERMS: DEMOCRAT A SENTINEL' IS PUB JJ lishel every Wednesday Morning at i 'b Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, . r. ;b;e iri .-. ivanee; One Dollar and Seventt :i' Cast if n t paid within six months, anil T.vj Dollars if not paid uutil the termination ;;' tlie year. No subscription will be taken for a sLortei r-jiiod than six mouths, and no subscriber will be : liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar- r-M rages are pain, except, ae the option oi th; ir. Av person subscribing f.-r sjx months will be i plar1! one doll a. unles3the money is paid' d at in serf it. Tiro do. Tiiree do s.,'iure, glares, s puart-s, 12 Hn.'s) 24 Haes! 35 lines' t 7 a 1 00 2 00 C do. $...

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. — 20 February 1861

u (Democrat & Sentinel, f , - 1 C. I. 3IURR.4T, Editor, n. C Zahm, Publlslier Proprietor WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY, 20, H61. S. 31. PcttenslII & Co., Xdvertising Agents, 119 Nassau Street. New York, and 10 State street, Boston, are the au thorized Agents for the "Democrat & bEXTi el ," and the most influential and lrr;stircu Uti" Newspapers in the United States and Canada. They etc ecpewered to contract for U8 at Otir LOWEST TEEMS. Democratic County Committee. Auustin Durbln, Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guir. Blacklick Joseph's. Mardis, Cambria -John M'Bride. fVrroll Jacob Luther. Carrolltown James Fa-an. Chest Joseph Gill. Chest Springs . Augnstine Byrne, Clearfield wiuiamiiai ney, Conemaugh Kicbard Sanderson, Croyle William Murray, Ebensburg Charlea D. Murray, Galitzen David Mills, Jackson Henrv RageT, Jefeostowa, 1st Ward Eph riam Buck, 2d Ward John Crouse. Lewis Luckhardt, 3d Ward William Winner, 4th Ward Hugh Maloy, Loretto William Ry an, Jr. Millville A. M. Gregg, Rich...

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. — 20 February 1861

lERlFF'S SALES. vue of sundry writs of Vendition Exjjo- MONDAY, the 4th DAY OF MARCH ,'ne o'clock, 1 M., the following real to wit : tie right, title and interest of John M'Ken :. yf in and to a piece or parcel of land, , ;n'Munster township, Cambria County, UeJs of Sylvester M'Kinzie, Bernard a ani others, containing 86 acres, more tbout CO acres of which are cleared, hav erected a 2 story log dwelling house, V bnm, now in the occupancy of said NrKinzie, Jr. Taken in execution and to at the suit of Geo. C. K. Zahm. ,v-All tbe right, title and interest of Wil j'. Fatten, of, n and to a lot of ground, f in the Borough of Johnstown, Cambria Vi fronting 75 feet on Bedford Street and hz hick along an alley on the one side, inin? a lot ot U prtegr&ve on the v haviur thereon erected a laxce twn O " fnme nouse ironwng ou ieet on ueatora . n-irh a back buildinz thereto attached. E the occupancy of Aaron Berkepile, Jona Suttou and AVitliam P. Patton. Taken in :;oaanel to behold at the sc...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 20 February 1861

- - i i Timber as a rroictnuu On this subject the Valley runner has the fallowing: A correspoadcnt in one tf oar exchange papers speaks of a piece of five acres of wheat in De laware which grew alongside of a grove of timber; it made a good crop; there were ( seventy acres exposed to the fall blast of the winter's wind, and the consequence was, it vas hardly worth cutting He also speaks of the effects of the protection of woods to or chards in Miehigau. He says: "Oar orchards here did well when the country was new aud the clearings were small Hut as our forests recede from the orchard?, the bark on the west side of many a fine tree M tilled by the piercicg west wind. Some of our neighbors have very considerately pre eerved bol:s of timber, aud clustures of shell bsrk, black w-luut, and buuternuf; while oth ers, like time, have cut down all, and are now reaping the fruits of their folly instead of thiir orchards." Our attention was called, some time ago, by one of the conductors on 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. — 27 February 1861

n fi ll s j t M.5 4Tas irui-sstsas or uovtnxMEST, likk the ii.ws o? Iizatex, siiocld rs DiaruiECTED aiXs.z cton tee msn and i he low, the r:c:i a:o t::s pcok EBEXSBUR6. PA. V.EBAESBAV, FEBRUARY 27, 1861. VOL 8 NO. 13. (j u.iiiak'.Ja T G II M S: z'd::it & sentinel' is pup.- I ' l ev..ry W? Incs.l.iy Morning at r;F. avi. Fitty Ck:ts per annum. : OXE D LLAK AND SevESTT - :;' n t iif.i l wit-. in six ninths, anil i.i.ts if n paid until t'.e termination ritku w-ill be taken for a shorter j . -; v.w ti'..-. and r.o subscriber will Le i.: In"? paicr until all ar- n , except at the option ol the j i -".b-i.-ribing f.r six months will be j i.TAU. nn'c'in the money is paid ! 4uvrrti:inr Rales. Tiro ilo. Ttire? do ' 0 J 75 $1 00 : r2'. I 00 1 ."0 S m-vitlis 41 r,o 2 .'0 4 00 C 0o in oo !5 00 1 () 2 00 00 4 r.o T oo 9 1)0 12 00 22 00 I' 0.) ; ! ;:. j H ues A O I 12 do 5 00 -: v-.- I f .1. aial eh trixeo nceoro.ii :lv. r 3i ray::? av; -. f. r s 'v -r i ? v 'trs a r 'ident n 1 .;'," -re. :i :...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 February 1861

UDemocrat & Sentinel. C. D. Ml'KRAT, Editor. O. C. Zalim. Publlslier &. Proprietor WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY, 27, 18C1. TAKE NOTICE. ALL persons knowing themselves indeol1 I to the undersigned f .r SUBSCRIPTION, AD LR TIS'NG or JOB WORK, will please come for ward and settle up their accounts on or bef. re the 20th day of March. 1861. Those neglecting thi3 notice will, after that time, find their ac counts in the hands of proper officers for collec tion. Persons residing out of the County can remit the amount due us (which is $4) by mail. D. C. ZAUM. Ebensburg. Dec. 26. 1SC0. The Tonnage Tax. It is not unlikely :hat before this article is published, the bill for the repeal of three mill tax on the tonnage of the 1 'ensyivania iau Road, will have passed the State Senate and become a law. Oar readers are aware that it has already passed the House of Represen tatives. As the Company and certain mem bers of the Legislature, have been very busy recently in endeavoring by meaDS of Specia...

Publication Title: Democrat And Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 February 1861

BUY A HOME. THE subscriber oilers at Private Sale the fol cwin Keal Estate situate ia Cambria County, to wit: ITs Mansion Froperty Eituato in the West end of the Dorough of Ebensburg-, consisting of a ho u ire of Ground, Laving thereon erected a com nuKibus DWELLING HOUSE, a large STA BLE or BAliX, and several other Out Duildiugs, toother with a half Lot of Ground on which tlere is a never failing Spring of the purest soft water, from which the House &c, is supplied. WanU to dispose of this as he intends removing to another part of the Borough. 4Z,S(J.--Three Lots of Ground situate in the Uorough of Sumniitville, having thereon erected BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, two FRAME BOUSES, and a large Stable. Will be sold to gether or seperate as may suit purchasers. ALSO. A Lot of Ground situate in the Borough of Loretto, fronting on St. Mary's Street and exteuding back to St. Joseph's Street, adjoining Lot of John Troxell mi the East, and Lot of the Heirs of Anthony Litzinger, .dee'd., cn th...

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