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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 April 1849

. titl - i I 1 j - . -. x ' .... . ... - l ' . ' f iJ --. . , . -t . -.C i - .- "V7E CO TTIinRE DEKOCpJ : . : : : : : I I BY JOHN G. GIVEN.! . - , ..- : , .- - - I . - f ...wa t-vw.-. - i . i - - - - -j I ' " ' is the difference. Buf-for lliese men, .these real-heroes, deserving of all con- n c ffu- i i u 1, - I. - Ve in commending, for it may be m a like . yh again, for these men, we repeat, Governor h?s not a word, but on the ry, casts upon them implied censure ji specially referring, in a special message, Jjur-v lar ofnt-rs.' Such a man is tUR ntidwife of the Banks in : v V Avon the country a reptile cloud ( ' ferfeit shin tasters, and is a ais j ha any asre, nation, or State, in ci- T. orivate or public station. After ria PRiscTpr'ca "point the way :-hit -an exhibition we begin to believe the ?we of the Pythagorean doctrine, and ri man. in some cases, retrogades to , ' - Ccntlo WorJs Loiiog Smiles. ' The tun may warm ihe gras oflife, v . Tho dew ihe drooping flower, " And eyes n...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 April 1849

u u J: 4 .-ir-", .-."- , Sir r be-vond th Theiss. e- fiam oi .riunrarv. bulletin makersVrul Z the Austrian h' l,-e"l,"8 rvin, i! ff "dtIl?.catererstoonrto- tr. 'heir Raceks a xie ;irmv- 1 . t-. i wasthatofGenS.M-M : vossutJl ,uuu "r ,Jum "e"'8 Pfu "Ul ed arrn i n 1110,1 nad rv 7 0 "uniains ot IortJi Hunira-'g to forbid both one and the other. ned all bef re)e?tedl-v' toJd had caVe learn that not one of the magnates extraordin th" 1 S' however, vr ho support the insurgent cause has made and his i3t same en SeJ-nis submission, whilst several who had re- ?n of the Austrian bul e 17 middle of Febuarv. in nJ,Z , lKa s"ouiu, even by thp n le nued P!S!V?"S tliey had . last Austrian - tut? JilllllJ I .r I I 'eeeniber. hnll.; . corps thn r r- , ,.ia.lcs serl0 be in nnr-V r , anu Jablonows,'t the rc pursuit of the rebel army 1 1 same dale, assures us ,T .v. 4l uj- ri lie com r exists no more: it v.-n ...... routed, half des- troyed, half dispe J' b' the IhmSarian corps of Gen. J'Pda' wno suce...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 April 1849

tV.-i MOUNTAINSITJIL EBENSBURG, PA. TlitU'scIny, April 12, 1 849. To The Public. With feelings of pleasure, and bright hopes of future success, we have ngain taken hold of the "Moi'ntaix Sentinel," and rcassumcd our former position in this county. We have done enattho solicitation of u large portion of the democratic party in every section of the coun ty, and the many assurances of support which wo have received fro n various quarters have induced us lo believe that we 6hall be sustained in our present undertaking. The want of a Tress at the scat of Justice must he felt by every person who takes an interest in the wel fare and prosperity of the county, and when properly conducted, it is believed that it cannot fail to meet with that encouragement and pa. tronage which it deserves. Custom has made it incumbent on every in. dividual assuming control of a paper to "define his position but our long and intimate ac nminlanci with the people of this county, and out well known- adhercco to...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 April 1849

U U V."1- , f in: I . ' - f V-i i r H ... . .jii jj. UWSJBlMHIIII Mill FSSg-- - 1 TTS "Jl t,t r v ) & 4X 4 o Pro:a tho Dublin University Magazine. THE FALLEN. We bad hopes that rose as proudly A each sculptured marble sLrino; And our prophets spake qs Ludlj At their oracles divine. "Grand resolves of giant daring, - Socb as Titans breathed of old, Brilliant ai m their front upreiring, Liks alcrop'o roofed with gold. Sools of fire, like columns pointing, Flame-like upwards to the skies; Iorious brows which God's annotation Consecrated allar-wiso. Stainless heart, like temples olden. None but priests hath ever trod; Hands as pure as wero tho golden Slaves which bore the ark of God. Oh, they built up radiant visions. Like an iris after rain; How all Paradise traditions Might be made to live agiiti. Of humanity's sad story.. How their hand should turn the pag, And tho ancient primal glory, Fling upon this letter ii fa llow with God like aspirations, Up the soul of man would climb, T...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 April 1849

, :': . I - T - BV JOHN G. GIVEN. EIlihNSBUIlG, THURSDAY, APillL 19, !Si9. vol.5. io. 2S. 1 14 til U J I I J I - SI H I : : war; t, ills rrsT cxAsz to trig, wx czitss to rctxo-: - . - f 5a HieLI Bai E-iii Li Xsrs. Tbrrc are tita tf ipet iwmw, U ltra tfce hert (o-1j i-te aud ax; Tin Ib t&VTSfrj'i t tnaj-ie H"e pl'a the piril ffou!:-! iba bare & -artud Il ect T iUa:m iiV darkest "7 t ih-BfUl ihzl e'er ia murt, -t?rtt titr"prtcr-e tlta li Si vy H-lKe world. c4J. Urk tr.d lSi, Fro i.pa I be fct ite flame, Ljltei fro u ibe lorrh .T froius, VV.n b h k.uUird roatx! thr utu; Wl.eu lLe ritf ureW jLlrd. Ai.d lb ieajtt j.-r-jeci f.ie. Thick. .b. Sue ost, -rwued &uJ mTijLled MISCELLANEOUS THE ClTAT IMJ TEE KW5. A toi;y Who is that beautiful girl to whom yon bowed so imiori-'" saaJ Cnariea V- t i- H trr?n.-2. OS U2 V "DrO- 5 mev pro- .i3-"l ri.trn rh? sios of the Cltf hotel. 1 ro: ws Adlxiue u J amguum, your j sjd Horace; ! vojr mmor- ! cousin and rae, aries, rer vou nta; hre left xi...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 April 1849

u r4. "wc co vrnniti. DsxoC-t.vrrc rar.ir.xirLrs point Tin. wayj wnirx tiiuy cease to lead, xte cztsn to rotLotr, BV JO!I. G GIVEN. EBKNSiiUIlG, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 28. d 3? Ma M M n 4 m M H ml fc IN Lit m M M 3 kg si 7 1 I i i i m 4 a a Nj Night But H.itli Us Jljrfl. Thi-rc are t!t:its i:f tieepcjft rrnv, When the heart l'.d lotio and sad; Tin'' wl.en memory. spell t migtc H.ire in plo iin l!i spirit e'.id. WouLUt th"U have a wain! all patent T illu nine li "o'i darkest nilu? Tis Hie thought that e'er tu nature, --Dirfc.-i fioum precede t!) liIit. U'ltrn llie world. cd J, dark and selfish, KrviV'K upon the ft IPe Udtne, LigltteJ fru it the lorrli of gt nius, Wurdi Im kindled round thy name; When the fiMidti'l U'i s are Mighted. And ihy liotrist prospect fd, J hink, fih. lnu one, HCurueii and slighted .suii!iin3 ever lull. ivy sh id.. MISCELLANEOUS. THE lt)l".i AN!) I HE COUSIN. A tok;y. 'Who is that beautiful nirl to whom vou bowed so famdiarl v.'' said Charles W'...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 April 1849

' ""fTilliiM'iM'"'" llf " ' " ,""" wt" y pes. TE CO TVIIEIin DEMOCRATIC iTvlrXirLES POHJT TITS WAYJ WIIEt T3TSY CEAJH2 TO LEAD, VTE CZ&STI TO TOUECrtf BV JOHN G GIVEN. EBKNSBUilG, THURSDAY, APRIL ID, 1849. VOL. 5. NO. 28. - " :- : " - ""' 1s;-' . . . i- - -, - , . -i jj i - 1 1 - - - - ' - - a - - - i r .' ,i- , ,- r ,m.i " ii , bm J ! ' f. t i ? K - No Mglil But Ilalh lis 3Iorii. There are times U deepest inrrow, Wlien tha heart foela loito and aJ; Tims wl.en memory' spell ! m igic .i . i ij lure iti giuiun ins spiru c:i.iu. I Vouldl ihu have a waml all potent To illumine Ii'V darkest nihif Ti llie thought that e'or in nturo,. . .-i.-tJirlrtt fiu'urs'preceUe tho light. UMicn the world. coM, dark and elfish, Fro w i.s upon the fci blc flame. Lighted fru n the torch f genius, Wi.rih ha kindled round thy name; - When the fundenf hp s are Mighted. And ihy Io.mt pru"iect fade, 'lhink.nh. lonu one. Mounted and slighted Sunshine ever follow h-id miSOSLLANEOUS THE COUNT AXDHIE rocsi.N....

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 April 1849

Arrival of the Hermann. TWO DAYS LATER. The amount of gold received by various mercantile houses at London, was about 4 0.000 stcrliusr. All efforts used by the government of France and Great Britain, to renew the armistice between Sardinia and Austria had failed, and hostilities would therefore bo re-commenced and carried on with great viffor on both sides. Although the European sympathies were strongly enlisted on the side of the Italian cause, yet it was generally feared that Kins Charles Albert would be beaten by hi3 powerful enemy who, with an army 100,000 strong, meditated a direct march upon Turin, there, as Radetsky's manifes to stated, to negotiate terms of peace The , 0 j latest accounts from Hungary state that the Imperialists were not making much head wav against the Macrvars, as success had had latterly crowned the arms of the lat ter, and the Austrians had several times been beaten with considerable loss. The Drone-sal to appoint the Kins: of Prussia Emperor of German ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 April 1849

Tho has a branch ofhis house in New jeiuM the... pcetiiy to liq,da c the di.ti of 2!1U , - ii r.i..,.,,t Yo' Mr. V--lilloru intnivs w en ui uu u ministration of Herrera. He says it is ilie best government the Mexicans ever yet had. In this city it has not a single press devoted to its interests. The stones gbout Santa Anna's arrival ' here Mr. C. docs not belidve. ' i Mr. Clifford was just concluding a des patch to our government, toannounee that he had at last concluded an arrangement with the Maxican authorities, by which they had agreed to allow over a half a million poilnds of tobacco, imported into the country while in. possession of the A merican troops, to b& restored to the own ers, and to be disposed of free of duty. It has hitherto beer kept in possession by the Mexican authorities. Mr. C. like wise says that he is in hopes to be able to induce the Mexicans to admit American cotton upon a duty of four cents per pound; it is now six cents. Referring to the gold exciteme...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 April 1849

u u 1 I u f; J. t Flfla Cray. A BEATJTIFTJI. POEM. IT J. O. 110LI.AMD. How oft amid Life's phantom chase. Some angel memory lakes the hand. And softened by her calm embrace, In passive thougl.lfulness we aland. How' fade before her startling tone The dream of pride, tho lust of fame, . . How every thought and passion own. Her power in ona low spoken name. DoarFleta Gray! (ho magic sound Hath banished yei r of toil and pain. And in Love's youthful rapture bound, I gazo upon your charms again. The deep blue eye, iho sunny smile. The open brow, tho girlish grace I see them all as when crewhile. Their praise illumed your gentle face. The tamo fair carlh is bright below, The same pure heaven bends above, Tho same sweet streams in music flow, Dallied in tho light of early love. Island within a world of bins, Bf sinless passion made divine. And all its golden beauty, is Your own, dear Fleta Cray, and mino. Intrusive foot ne'er enter here, Its loveliness no cyo may see, Alike tccuro from fo...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 April 1849

: - ; : ; :i I , ... . . ' - I . . vE GO AVIIEIiIOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ? WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN.! ECENSBURG, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 18i9. VOL. 5. 10. -M. 4 ( J ' . .. ,- . - ' - . . ... , . '-MIIMIIMIW II 111 MM! Til II ' syr.- . .-. .n.:rmiizrjrn - J J fj"r.n-.tMa!K3mM3 I lljl I ! fcJ . . "mHU 1 1 1 1 m 3T(-i;it-ii-irj ii . . . . 1 - ' 1 ! 1 ' ' """ " ' i f THE BANKER'S CLERK. BY R. II. ADDISOX. Michael Fleming was an excellent clerk a pains-taking cierk, in the well known office (reader you have doubtless visited it) of Messrs. Smith & Co., in High street. Such a plain and straight forward direc tion is surely enough. I feel it unnecess ary to add ?idxer ,.tha Christian, nawm of the principal partner, or the surnames of the juniorsthe exact sort of traders they were, or the precise town in which the said High street was situate; such minute de tails would be but a work of superroga tion. Now, as I said before, Michael Flem ing wa...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 April 1849

Alt K1V A1, of Tin: STEAMSHIP niif p TWELVE DAVS LATER FROM El ROPE. The steamer Europa, Capt. Lott, with two weeks later news from all parts of Europe, arrived at Halifax on April the 1 8th, at 10 o'clock. By the mail steamer Spitfire, at Halifax, Reqaeval, who had gone personally, in company with the two Admirals, to make a last effort to accomplish a conciliatory arrangement, had returned to Naples on the 28th, all attempts having been alto gether fruitless previous to this last effort. The Admirals had sent a steamer to make a circuit of the Island, touching at ail the principal ports and roadsteads to make known the last offers presented, with the mediation of France and England. The answer given was one unanimous cry of war from the whole population. The M a. without any serious encounter. On 'the 12th the Sikhs retreated toward the Che naub, which they were prevented from crossing by the Bombay Division under From t lie Washington Union, Public Acts. Passed the last Session o...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 April 1849

. 1 I MOUNTAIN SEM1ML EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, April 26, 1849. XT Our thank. are doe the Hon. Simon Cameron for copy of the Report of the Patent 05ce- XrJaachoIj Iccidrnt The Rev. Richard Roberts. who resided about five miles cortn of this place, was nor. tally irjared by the falling of tree on Thars itj last. It appears that he was engaged ia catting down timber in the forest when & Urge Lab cf a tree struck t :m on the head so severely liat it proved mortal in a lew hours. The deceased was a man of many virtues, a pure iJ devout Christian and was beloved aid re- p-ctei by all wh-new"him ZT Our neighbor cf the t.ies ci to task about a small article of oars 10 which ws CAuipIaiaed of the trcaioent re ctied bj the domestic crd.tcrs at thv hied. fcf the State, and eerns utterly astoniutd that c should bare the barcih'wd to censure iLe co-duct of liiose .n pjaer a. though the may l t eu hers of our own part y. Lbj it is the rMm of hi ditcrs ami t!.'uc ni to f-! c tliisdly in ti-e r...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 April 1849

u u ) V i IP (D IB jg & Spurn not the Foor Man. BV JOHN PARKER. Spurn not the poor man, spurn him not, Though horny he his hands; Nor gold nor silver has ho jot, Nor houses, no nor 'and. Yet cast not thou that scornful glance Upon his sunburnt face; For though he's poor, his poverty Can never thee disgrace. His coat may of the coarses! be, Made out of hodden gray, And thine be of the best broadcloth,. And trimmed so fine and gay. Tiiy polished boots may brightly shine, In fashion fiting neat; And his poor clogs bo dingy brown, And shapeless on his feel. Yes, Lis exterior may be rude, And no attractions show; And his connections he amon" The lowest of the low; Cut in the casket rough to view A gem may ba concealed,- As bright a gem as ever yet Was to the world revealed. Full many a mine of priceless worth Is bid within the breast Of many a poor neglected one, Cast down and sore oppressed; Among the poorest of the poor, Earth's noblest sons abound The best, the purest, greatest, s...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 May 1849

4 p JCVWv- (Tl ii i a i I ' ' ft i AX WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHNG. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1819. VOL. 5 NO. 20. - 1" The Seamstress. Tb following lines are from tha pen of James R. Lowill, the Boston poet, and pes. f asses quite as much undeniable truth as elo ijocnt pootry: ' Hark the rustle of a dress, ' Stiff with lavish cost! iness? Here comes one whose cheeks would flash Bat to Lave her garments brush 'Gainst the girl whose fingers thin Wove the weary broidery in; And in midnight's chill and murk Stitched her life into tho work; Bending backwards from her toil Lest her tears the silk might soil: Shaping from her bitter thought Heart's easo and for-get.me-not, Satirising her des pair With the emblems woven there. MISOEIL AliroUS. From the Boston Olive Branch. XJIL,E IVAHUM. BY MRS. GEORGE W. HOWARD. Well, Sidney, how do you like your new home?' asked uncle Nahum, the evening after his nephew'...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 May 1849

I orgnized in the eighth section of this act; and all aforesaid persons who are not uni formed and enrolled as aforesaid, shall be considered as delinquent militiamen, and subject to a fine of FIFTY CENTS for each year that such delinquent remains ununiformed and unenrolled as aforesaid. Section 7. That the officers, non-commissioned officers, musicians and privates which were attached to the first and sec ond regiments of Pennsylvania volunteers, and also the officers non-commissioned officers, musicians and privates of the e leventh regiment of infantry, the regiment of voltiguers, the third regiment of dra goons, and all other soldiers enlisted in this state in detached companies, who were mustered into the service of the Uni ted States, and who actually served in the late war with Mexico and were honorably discharged, shall be forever hereafter, ex empt from militia duty, and from perform ing any other military duty whatsoever, except in time of an invasion, insurrection, or act...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 May 1849

der certain restrictions, without the Em Deror's consent. If they pass both hou ses by a vote of two-thirds, two-thirds of all the members being present, uunng mree consecutive sessions, they take effect with out his approval. This provision recon ciles the republicans to imperial rule, as there is a probability that, under it a dem ocratic government may ultimately be reached." EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, May 3, 1 849. X7The Sentisel, has much the largest cir. dilation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet ojj'rt superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of this medium for extending their business can do so by either tending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents; Jonn Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. IV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Thitd st., Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Niw York. 0"0ur contemporaries will accept our warm thanks for the complimentary manner in ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 May 1849

s? o m ?p u r Lines. BY MRS. AMELIA B. WELBY. Oh, for the bright and gladsome hour. When like a wandering stream, My spirit caught from earth and sky The light of every beam; When, if into my laughing eye A tear drop chanced to start, 'Twas banished in a moment by. The sunshine of the heart. When musing on the happy past; The first spring lime of life, When every tone of wind and wave With melody was rife; When alf youth's hopes and promises. Those rainbows of my sky, Pa need forth in fairy visions Before my wandering eye. My heart is with the leaping rills, That murmur round the home. Where first my lips were taught to speak My tiny feet to roam; The sweet songs of the happy birds. The whispering wild voiced breeze That caught the faint breath of the rose. And waved among the trees. How many mournful memories Steal gently through the mind, Like spiri t voices- borne along Upon the the' wandering wind; And as thought leads me back again, I almost seom to trace la each sweet flower, ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 May 1849

A 'WE CO WHERE -DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE "WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW, t BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1819. VOL. 5 NO. 31. 1 . I": I'll n W SELECT TALE. Fiom Scott's Weekly Paper. - , I TOL SETER MARRY 1 MECHANIC. ' ' BY LILLE LILBERXE. "Ob, liow within my inmost heart . Spring up music strain, . .. - A tranjer strsngelj sweep the strings, And Hope iu ilearen to it brings, -. With plsasore nd with paio. Oh. how I've loved that one, whose word II&lh every pulse of my being stirred; ., On whose form and face 1 may never gaze. But whose life is link'd withmyown heart-lays. 4I will never' marry a mechanic?' was said with some emphasis, by Ally Emer "son. ... 'So I hare often heard you say, sis; and I have as often known you to do the things you say you never will.' Well," Edgar, perhaps I do; , but one thing is certain I shall never marry a mechanic' - . 'But why, Alia, have you such an antip athy to that class of people? Oh," because t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 May 1849

3EV. DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. AEHITAL OF TEE AMERICA. By Express and Telegraph from Hali fax to Philadelphia. The. America was announced early yes terday morning, and before 12 o'clock, we received the following despatch: i St, Johns, N. B.t May 4 3 A. M. The Steam ship America arrived at Hal ifax yesterday at 10 o'clock, A. M., with one weeK later news rrom urope. one had 60 through passengers. The run of 146 miles by overland Ex press, was made in the extraordinary short time of eight hours and twenty-five nun utes. Monev continues abundant, notwith standing a heavv drain of specie. Con sols durinsr the past week have fluctuated from 911 to 92 1. closintr on the 20th at 92. The America had on board for the U nited States two hundred thousand pounds sterling in specie--a million of dollars. The commercial accounts from India by the last overtan.d.majl are regarded as very satisfactory. ; ' From the mariufactoring districts the accounts are less encouraging, though there has been no ...

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