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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democrat and sentinel. — 27 February 1861

U i v ." VI :". I f iH t ll" i 1 1i H Operations ir February ISC1. linld ita swav at the Xorth, ff 1 U Ww J M w " though, thus far, its reign has been less ee- j vere than is often experienced. A short hay j crop "has. in previous years, often been follow j ed by the comFCIJS'it;,on of a m1 'inter' Jet i many always suffer loss for want of sufficient j fodder to winter stock properly. Much may j be saved by providing warm shelter; and j rhn Ur in addition, a crood stock of Vl CI , c i .! uan. fi, r.f lit Tdls You How to make an Assignment proper roots to draw upon now, find the benefit o. , formg for miiu,n vth Creditors, .i : r.- tli.iij vrh. nrft intvinvni- ! . i . i T......K..,,,. l , i, ..i o-.o. iuo p"' i l n ciTn :-a t this tout pinks a I enced by short sut p.s at Mi- t .ne. B.-a note of it, and guard against like trouU-j 3n future. c. .. .,-, wind ! Uarn-a Subics. Keep vet the w mi and storms, but provide PuEci.-nt ventnation j nr ti... ,,,.rQ rUin to carry on an am avia. xu ...

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. — 13 March 1861

.H r5 sJ a .d i L 4 m t 3 1,1 ?H ELFNSItfH OF MVEUXMEST, MXE THE r:XS (? IFTAVf. SHOULD 1 DISTKIBITTKD 'LIKE CF.V TiiB-HI5!i AND THK l.vn.-, THE I;ICH AM TKK PUi. E',I" SERIES. EBEXSBCRO. Pi WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, VOL 8--X0. H. 1861. - l Kk ia ct ! ' a wh 7 in m kSUOUAT A SENTINEL' is pub- T K It 31 S l7:;-ael every Wednesday Mornifc-r at :') Lr.va an'o Fiftt Cents per annuha. ' eii alvancc; Oxb Dollar asd Sevest't ;irs if not paid within six months, and Jl:.vks if uoC paid ur.'iil the termination j , V.' .T. . j si' s r':!tiori will be taken for a shorter I i t:i iu si r months, and no subscriber will he rty to .lis'.j.iti'.me his paper r.ntil all ar- i are paid, except at the option of the; ? a ri n subscribing for six months will be ' ;-iosr: Dor.T.vii. ua'.ess the money is paid iavsrusmy nates, t " i-i i'lterCi. Two d. Tlirte do VI lines j $ 50 75 $1 00 i 24 tines 1 00 1 00 2 0.) ! 36 li-aes 1 50 2 00 S 00 i 3 raonth. C, (. 12 do : $1 50 00 00 2 50 4 50 9 00 ! 4 00 7 00 lg CO ' 5 ...

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. — 13 March 1861

u 1 A ' V -J democrat & Scntiucl. C. D. .MURRAY, Editor. WEDNESDAY. MAUCQ, 13. 1861. S. 31. i'ettenglll & -' Advertising Agents, US Nassau Street. New York, and le State street, Boston, are the au thorial Agents for the "Democrat & SEifTi sel " and the tr.crst influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for U3 at our lowest teums. Democratic County Committee. Anoustin Durbio. Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guire, Blacklick Joseph S. Mardis, Cambria John M'Brid-e, Carroll Jacob Luther, Carrolltown James Fagan. Chest Joseph Gill. Chest Springs Augustine Byrne, Clearfield William Rai ncy, Conemaugh Richard Sanderson, Croyle WiKiam Murray, Ebensburg Charles D. Murray. Galitten David Mills, Jackson Henrv Eager, Johnstown, 1st Ward Eph riamT3uck, 2d Ward John Crouse. Lewis Luckhardt, 3i Ward William Winner, 4th Ward Hugh Maloy, Loretto William Ry an, Jr. Millville A. M. Gregg, Richland Henry Topper. Summerhill...

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. — 13 March 1861

4 4 1 1 -uration of President Lincoln. Mr Lincoln proceeded, with Mr. Buchanan i the Com mitt of ArraDgments, to trie !rh:e House. Oo reaching the hrecutive. the troops formed in a double line t ie icaiti avenue, and the barouche con TniT the Presidential party passed through tje mansion. Mr Uuchanan accompanied ir Lincoln to the main hail and there took Vve of hioi, expressing the hope, in cordial ' q-c that his administration might prove a leapnV s J prosperous one. The es- Presiden t 'Un "retire! to the residence Gf District At- '"" .1 1 Ita arti.tiirn till Ilia from the City to-morrow evening. On the arrival m iu jnx.u3ivu mv u ..v. Uja-c the Marshals of the day were succes Tely introduced; then, a lice being formed, tl i people rushed in to congratulate the new PrViitiut- Thus euded for the day the in juuratioa ceremonies. Everything passed c well. ti e auirAust civil aal military preparations I j'rpin irwfi ST t'ae municipal amnoriues i L bG no al Scott, to provide for any em-...

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. — 13 March 1861

Gcolo?IOl ucfliilllons. j Many terms ia general use- among scientific j men, and usually employed in agricultural works are obscure to our young reader?. : r. 1. , -r tr"' A-r.Tnin s.ime of theiD. : or lucir w ; -end shall not be angry if cdT men prone oy ; the explanatiac3. . i j. ihQ surface earth, of whatever in- 1 . ' , i T mi I-p a. : .gredients it may be composed. . It may t,e a , 1 V r. tho : tltv son a "arid so;i, a caicareuua su, w -"- ; TBiming of the-plow ever it for a series of years; j then it id called jun. as hard-pan clay-pan, etc. It is sometimes of the same nature as tho top soils, as io clay-lands; in others it is a different earth; as when a coarso gravel under lies vegetable mould, or when clay lie be- Beaih sandy 6oil. Suli-Al I'loat'nj. Iu ordinary plowing, the share runs from five to eveu iuches detp. A t-W has been constructed (called the eub- eoil plow) to follow the farrow and break up from six to euht inches deeper so that tuc whole plowing penetrates fro...

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 March 1861

rr.-i .A r1 8 I ;?3 NT THE ELESSIXOS OF GOVCBNUEXT, LIKE THE DEWS OF BEATEN, SIIOCLD S DISTSiPVTED jLLIKE CP0x xhk uigu asd tii low the BICn AK1 TJJK po0a EBESSBER6, PI. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1861. VOL. 8 XO. .15. f e hi V 3L R. 31 S: vMOCHAT & SENTINEL' IS PUB- 1 every Wednesday Morning at ii Axu itftt (jEa'ts per annum, I il.-.inco: Ox:: Dollar and Skvksti j i-r.'s a n paM wit.iiia six months, an I j -.r. ii" not paid until the termination ; . S Ti; ti wi'.l ue taken for a shorter i :; -nths. and i! subscriber will be v - discontinue Lis paper until all ;tr : p til, except at the option of the ;..-.-':i subscribing f.r six months will be osi" o-'nt.A.::. unless the money is nail V . JRGJL1TIC Oui 1. ;?. 'I'tcQ do. Ttree do r I -2 !l:ics $ 'CO $ To ,il 00 ;.!, j -Ji'.inosj . 1 00 1 00 Z-j lines" 1 oO 2 00 - 3 00 3 months. (', -.. 12 ilo . r'.--, $1 50 :i 00 $5 00 - . 12 U--e ! 2 50 4 r.O 9 00 .- '2i i 1 00 7 00 12 00 . ;, n 00 9 00 14 00 .;i!:.rt, 10 CO 12 00 20 00 .. 13 0' 22 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. — 20 March 1861

3 -i-$C Ekniocrttf & S-cntiucl. t vi:d:;f.sday. "march, 20, S. ?2. tetejisill i: l'c, l..,.-.;.;..- A ftrti.f-- 1 1 r. e-'r.-r-f ?-7e York, and 10 State street. li. .-tee:, era tb. an- thorized Aaynts f..r t'c "Dem.-cuat .I Sexti nf.i.," and the influential and S.i-rre-t circu lating Wws'nnrrs in the United irlatrs an I Cmadas. Thcv are empowered to contract lor t 1 . . us ?.t our i.owkt mmis. Democratic County Committee. Au-utia Durbin, Chairman. Allcshanv Michael M'Guire. Blachliek Joseph. Mardis, Cambria John M 'Bride. Carroll Jacob Luther, Carrolltown James Fagan. Chest Joseph G ill. Chest Springs Augustine Byrne, ClearCe-ll William Rni ney. Conemangh Richer 1 Zander?' -a, Crc-vle William Murray, Ubonsbnr:: Charles D. Murray. Galitzen Davii Mills, Jackson Henry Rager, Johnstown, 1st Ward Epb riam Back, t2d Ward John Cronse. Lewi Luckhardt, 31 Ward William Winner. 4.h Ward ITiuh Maloy, LorettoW'd'him Ry an, Jr. MiTlvillo A. M. Greg?, Rlehk-nd Henry Tipper. Summcrkill James Bu...

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 March 1861

c-.i Jlno it is Dm. All who have travelled at rFY "JVT A TTTTAffn L: ,ht in the cars of the Pa., II. II.. an 1 ntc-si t pJ? -'ri"1? , .f our citizens. kno that they are kXi.Xd : ,"?rt vi:k but few arc familiar with U:e taun- ! f r lrrr Ta , vi. i. t . . j. :,a:!.,i on lui U'.i:rc. 1 rex' twul en 111 ,v teal ntr of its .atroiacrton icto the uniercufc cars ; Cure ( f s,n,v,rrc or gcniisoI vTeakDM. oa tli3 trams. ifVa view tt eniirhte!i them , K..:;,.Af i):.i.Ui,v. Xi -rvum ad :-v.,!;ir,..,r ca l!is subject we may state that the Com;; a- rv .av3 a building adjoiniog their shops in place, U forced int- tati receivers to a pre?- sure of GOO pji'.gds. By means of pipe.? it 13 ixteen to eighteen hours, cr one round trip- Alioun'i Tfilv.iic Ueixrance fur Cue Old Flr-j. There an aucetin.! scene at San Antoma, iesa?, as ; the United Slates troops niarchefl out 01 tne j rifv. which is thu? described by the Ahtr.io i.V;rc4 : 'A large concourse of euizerbad coHrcteJ to hid the troop? of war g"od...

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. — 20 March 1861

JU A3R I--.-. ctrxioi aio:a of Jlanare by Fer mentation. Ti n r i-. v-i!. r,t i-nnr esion It h the ma- " . ' . .. - 1 v.ri- i.l 1'iiinicrs that a coiErlcte ieriaealation i J ' ' 1 uiL i j of far::i yard manure should take place before j i is c-t h:.d to the land: and a cost common j 14 . ., . c. j practice is to suffer it to ferment uutd the ut- , rou?. texture of the vegetable matter is so com- , , r , . , , .... .:,. t,-, nl f.'!r anftT!?I as to be reaeiiY ctJi. v. no. tiie ; r1-1-'.' -1 ' i ppai .mure has lost all - its heart ueu in 1 l , .1 ... .11 t'.-T ill: I Uia L- tt 1 IIRU Vv.' i:-4 I.. " J - re ur-j veri! excrfiii-nt rei5 nd why ih;j exces siv.' or violent f. rm utali-.n i-'ouid i:-at bo perm iLte i , among Lidi are t!i o following: that whenever vioieut fermentation in tuc manure e o-nnriry an ! quality of the ir.sct.re Leap, . .-netinus to the r teat of fifty per ceat. J 1 . A mo-t conclusive experiment was ma ie Ly ; tSir Ilaaiphrey Davy, more than fifty years j -, r .1...

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 March 1861

it- a Si .-!-SO ; ftlV in !M iLt M !M -A : 1 . . . .:' I' !' t i -- . I; i t'i '.V - - :--y y ii! iff . M rl !-1 !h : M , I-. si h . bi-n -. aa4b 0 H ki. - T i "J w ob jy i.v itixjhi . n . ;; oh r- ? .v HI" T--rn ELESSIKG5 OF OOVEXHUT, I.nr?-: Ti. SEW SERIES. j It T E n 31 S : U r.niT.ocRAT & -xtixel' is ruc- !o i:i p. Iv.t. "" 0u 11-ii.t.ak aki Sevevty rr.-.-: Iests if p ii I v.'uhin bix m. int! . ::aJ Vc. D 'Li. Rr" it r.et p-il i;ut5.l tl;o tcriiiii:-.i.ior. of ili your. No s u srii nn will lc t.ih -n f, r iv Kbovfti -: ! thr.a ; i-: Julius, raul i: - subscriber wiilVo -; ro .-.'. , c-v-.'-.T-l r.; or-'.ioa of the - V.;' 1 I.tic"fi Ileim'iiibrancc. J vV Ho: v ivr.:c:r.V-L'r thto in th;;t Mill or rta::J-M, au-i tLo r.;;!y sittiii:-' if tttiLv fhif.- i"fl :b ll.'i in: v t i. l: .'..n.',hc'.!.-- -lv. .! :i 2-'.1ca tic Uavir;? cr a t..t cf .: , ! . . .... cMiuo Litis lJ tLi j -U'U b.i- v, V.C1.- ! Of r- i.t . : v.m;., v. !: - - -. I Av.l !-vCh;: ::s i: :-ht well L: c! .: -v i i 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. — 27 March 1861

JUL democrat & Sentinel. 4 ..;- a- 'h .v.. C. O. UlUKSJA"!', Editor. WEDNESDAY. MARCH, 27, 1SC1. pM. 1'cttcngill & Co., Uvertis-nz Aents, 110 Nassau Street. New TiA-k, ami 10 State ,trect. IVtn, are the au thorized Agents tor tuc "i-uu' " ; 7" vFI. ami" the most intiitcntia! ami latest circu ; vw,- in the United Mates anu l"llu- r , . -nnlrnpl lor C.invias. itiey are " us at our lowest terms. Dcmccralicio-t-u Auoustin Darbin, Chairman. All.ghany-MiehaelM'Guire , Black ;ck i i? Vr.o: P-.ml.ria John M Lnde. tial Judge truly ! A report ras industrious ly circulated that one of said delegates, if ad mitted, intended offering a resolution oppo sing the repeal of the three mill tas. This of course, alarmed the rnioion3 of the Penn sylvania llailroad, and every one knows how zealously they work wbeu aroused. Mr. Johnston and his colleagues were, or rt least were supposed to be, ia f.tvcr of the repeal. and consequently from the first, haa the m Cnenco of the Company in their favor ...

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. — 27 March 1861

2f vn.il a volcaao Can Eo. nr-rib rj 1'"- nirc-wi-? Eery rocKf ts i, j a a-- ,- .t . . MAHHOGB, IIgw Lest, How Restored. t.-rtt Puhlislicd, in a Sailed Envelope. mature, I realm ent .and RaAtcal malorrlioca, or Seminal Weakness, Nervousness and Involuntary !..:.. 1 m . ,1 "ST....,! I iJJ- - . e j i- i . ; i.i , . .. .. (jjg.' out torreuis oi iuuj, wuicuaam- i nysieai incapacity. . tfrll rrrr, for an nilh't rmrrd . zm-rn - - - ; A Lecture on the .--at its awui a. auwaase : fto-e of Sncr ,.,ret:iaa Ui."J rimes. iu t, mc crater ; Sexual Debility, " .tmi nni nt th frftatnonk-a rtfi-l.. ' T-r,-;. :. . CW ARRIVAL AT THE BUY A HOME. JOMSTOWN MARBLE W0BKS. wSWSS THE subscriber o.Tcrs at Private Sile the f .1- : ' : rotate situate in Cambria County. ; Tha undersized beers leave to inform the citi- ! to wit: j i KCSTE77ER:S -- O yj..LKSl 1j - - PILL' quality of Foreign and Domestic Marble, always ou hand and made to order as cheap as they can jn rivers opened new lakes, and in va!- J byro?.j....

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. — 27 March 1861

.VkM C'sLv I At this s-asiii cf 'J.c- car, vhcf the- trees. . - --,T. '".r flirt f -;t. r. , r.;0 (j' uau nioiv n.. :..ttj - - : , , . ; - ; r.uicd of th-eir suJi.ncr .....25c, tune..?, .-!! aid r-r-crtC'io f :T "'"! t'ose i - . n-- ee -a ry cviw.-uis-, - - - , whiah the Lou'th ar.! rrc.-ri':; t-i U-0 frco and its fruit crop during the e.rer-g so--?cn : pcascn arc particularly conspiouvu'. ire r? r,r.-. fT.-.r.-.r tf.l A j;.'':.."-rL( of tLC u:a!vi, bi.t uVany cr rf th-ue large p:urr,p j oik 3 coLtnir: ;!;o r.ura car-:- or tje lon.ai?, Ui- lVo:.i tvro io i-;ur jr iiv-! huniif c, each cf wbls-h .--.naii: fcn crabyro, a ycua 'drop ; -a-! t?-a: v:ll U cxcluic:! tliTafrea about ! li:e r-f !: c-.'t, cr as socn as there I.? 1 hoo.t a :-l fvlioco sufTicb'U''. to biite'i a'a-1 ?us- td:i thciu. Tlioo tbllicbs ibouli all i-i cato- ; falls '-!ipp.--i c tf with a fair i .-iiarp j-rua!!.- ; io rcaca lueui. uw j them. Dat ia alditioa to these, there ar- otber i 1 enemies to vegetation tLat ruay i...

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. — 3 April 1861

y i ' TUS ELES3ING3 OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE IiEWB OF HEAVEX, SHOULD BE DISTBI BATTED ALIKE CFOX THK niGU AKD THE LOW, TKE LICU AN'Ii THE P'.OS. EW SERIES. EBENSBURG, P.l. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1861. VOL. 8 XO. 17. A, 111 W S P 'EJi 1 TERM S: . TTEMOCP.AT & SENTINEL' IS PUI5 s7 lished every Wednesday Morning at One Dollar, and Fifty Cents per annum, jriyab'e in alvance; Oxe Dollar and Sevextt Five Cents if not paid within six months, and f ,v Dollars if not paid until the termination .,f ihi year. No subscription will he taken for a shorter period than six months, and no subscriber will he liberty to discontinue his paper until all ar rearages are paid, except at the option of the el; tor. Any person subscribing for six months will le cbarge-d ose n."LLR. unless the money is paid Advertising Rates. Oin iiiscrf n. Tiro dn. TJtrce do 1 paare, 12 lines 2 squares, f 24 lines $ SO $ 7,-) 1 CO 1 00 1 00 ? 0 ) 1 50 2 00 S 00 nvntbs. C do. 12 do $1 SO .3 00 $5 00 2 :0 4 50 0 00 4 00 7 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. — 3 April 1861

1 1 s Gkmonrat & Bcntiucl. C. I. MURRAY, Editor. WEDNESDAY, APRIL, C, 1SG1. S. M.'l'ettengill & Co., Advertising Agents. 110 Nassau Street. New York, and 10 State trect, Boston, nre the au thorized Agents for the "Demote at & Sexti kel," an-1 the rct influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in tbe United States and Canadas. They are empowered to contract for ns at onr lowest terms. DcmorratlcCoiinty Committee. Augustin Durbin. Chairman. Alleghany Michael M'Guire, Blacklick Joserh's. Mardis, Cambria John M'Bride. Carroll Jacob Luther, Carrolltown James Fagan. Chest Joseph Gill, Chest Springs Augustine Byrne, ClearSel J William Bai r.cv, Concmaugb Richard Sanderson, Croyle William Murray, Ebeosburg Charles D. Murray. Galitzen David Mill?, Jackson Henrv Ra?er, Johnstown, 1st Ward Eph riarn Buck 2d Ward John Crousc. Lewis Luckhar.lt, 31 Ward William Winner, 4th Ward Hugh Maloy, Lorotto William Ry aa, Jr. Millville A. M. Gregg, Richland Henry Topper. Sunimerhill James ...

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. — 3 April 1861

succcor of General Twig ' "ivMnit has acpointed Col K -!r- .1 1 : TT 'ii. ciment of infantry in 1819. At .3lj:zati0Q 01 me ursi, regiment, oi ara '.)., was transfered to that regiment. life lias been spent iu the saidb, f'tbe Mississippi tiver. lie participa---cshout the war with Mexico, and was '. j f ,r rallar.t and meritorious conduct t ;tU-s of Cerro Gordo and Mt lioa del t. ;'ic battle of Cherubusco, General '. pi. Lii the high coapl!uient of as .ll im to the command of another regi-J-ils Mounted llifles although a Celd .,f tint rov'.a'cnt was then on duty with i-Vr'-he war, General Sumner was ila-AT.'tnr.-l c-f the Department of New at the formation of the flmr rew "Jit. suthorisad ly Congress in 1S55, :jyp 'iLtd Colonel of the First Cavalry, I . u which he now bolls Some ri- j between this reennent ana the , . sunt eh away iVvij pji, Ictrsyed, sylvr.f.ia th-? I ( u :hf ranted 1 rw Or .-bfaii.e-d lite ;'f.'i"n of ('utijrcss, l;r .11 til nnl,!iMi.s irl. ar.. :n favnr .f i r,",-...

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. — 3 April 1861

AGRICULTURAL. Prcnilni Yflieat In Aslitafcuala County. At the annual meeting of the Conncaught Agricultural Society, held in January a first premium of two dollars was awarded to D. TV. Haz-kiDe,' ofConneaut, for the best wheat, j it-Ming 51 3-GO bushels of grain well clean ed and accurately measured, as per evidence of the file in the Secretary's office. The fol lowing is Mr Hazeltines statement: The question is often asked how I menage to Ect such crops. In reply to which 1 would tay manure well, and till well. My farm contains 55 acres, 14 acres in timber, leaving 41 acres of tilatle land, on which I am keep ing fourteen head of cattle, four horses, sev enteen sheep acd ten hogs. Have raisedthe prist season on this farm, three hunlred and forty bushels of wheat, f-ix hundred and forty bushels of corn, twohundrod bushels of sound potatoes, besides the rotten ones, and sum cient hay and other to winter my stock. The principle object is to p.:r.kc all the money for the pocket and ma...

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. — 10 April 1861

- ' - - - -ClJz .. r -r-r iV THE BLESSINGS OF GOYEESMEST, LIKE TUB DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOCLD BE DI3TEIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE EICH A5i THE POOB. VOL. 8 X0. 18. EBEXSBERfi, PA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL - ID, 1803. T C ll 31 S: i txvi :::at & sentinel' is pub- ! ; I ;.;. l every Wednesday Morning at I and Frrrr Cents per annum, , e;.; t Ivan?--: Oxe Dollar and Sktenit j ' -4 ' n t p il l within six m-ntlis, and j , .vas i' not p.ii-.l until the termination ; . -r-'d-m will bo taken for a sbortet J .5 - aaaaths. and no subscriber will be j o-1 h -.aiiiine Lis paper until all ar- j Mae p ill, except at the option of the; ,.!-- vi subscribing for six months will be J . j u .-:: aor.i.vp.. unless the money is paid j Jvertisinir XSnles. j O i; i i.se) I'n. Tiro do. Three lr ) -v. ri.2U-a.-s I $ CO $ To Jl CO 24 lints J 1 00 1 00 ? Oa - f S6 lines 1 50 00 5 0& 3 months. G 1 . 12 !o . r !-. $1 50 53 00 .$5 00 j lo ii 1 2 r.O 4 F.O 0 00 J'o II.,,-, 4 00 7 00 12 00 roo line- j ...

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 April 1861

tDcmorrnt & Sentinel. V r . . - , V- T IT ' C. I. Ml'RBAT, Editor. James S. Totld, Publisher. WEDNESDAY. APRIL, 10, 18C1. S. 31. Pelteiigill & 'o., Advertising Agents, 110 Nassau Street. New York, aml 10 State -treet, Eo?ton, are the au thorized Asentsfor the "Democrat & bzirri sel" and the most influential and largest circu lating Newspapers in the United .States and Cauadas. They are empowered to contract for ns at our lowest terms. Democratic County Committee. Auustin Durbin, Chairman. Alleghany Micbael 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 ney! Conemaugh-Richard Sanderson Croyle William Murray, Ebensburg Charles V. Murray. Galitzen David Mills. Jackson Ilenrv Rager, Johnstown. 1st Ward Eph riam Back, 2d Ward John Grouse. Lewis Luckhardt, 3d Ward William Winner, 4th Ward Huh Maloy, Loretto William Ry an, Jr. Millville A. M. Gregg...

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 April 1861

New Orleans, April 5. The following important advices from Tesa3 Lave Leeu rc Col. rouD, oi mw unity, uaj recei r'acards and handbills, announcing :Lat j .'fesas rizu fully belonged traMexiea. She Has declared that she wid no longer supro; t j .l- TToMoml ("love rnmer.t. and n:-.v m i'.- f fa re ak her " iveauivo '"o . ..-.40 rapidly comiac iw tiitu. Col. Ford had ordered alt the lic.vy puns, croinance, and stores at Brazos Island, to be immediately removed to the ececc cf the an tVinated troubles. The United States Stenraer Mjhctu-l:, arri- j xA off Pass Cavallo on the 20th ult. j The steamer Oonlzaconlcns had sailed from j tjrazos with COO U. S. tro.p-. The steamers Jdnpire City, and S'-Jr o the VTest were lying at the Pa?s. j Washington. April 3 The continued i presence of Major iMeCuilough. the Texan j inger, in Richmond, viewed in conjunction j with the cVil for a sece-sion convention there on the I Inn lQM&t.'-. es.'.ces mucn intcres. in Vrashington. aspccially in army cir...

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