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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 September 1849

.-4T EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1849. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOHN A- GAMBLE- Of Lycoming. DZiVTOCHATIC COUNT7KOM- FOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Wm. A. SMITH, Of Ebcnsburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN 1511 AW LEY, Of Summcrhtll tp. FOR CORONER. P, S. M'CLOSKEY, Of Washington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebenslurg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LA MB AUG H, Of Jackson , tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. 0The Sentinel, has much the largest cir ciilation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of this medium for extending their business can do so bu either sending their notices direct, or through the fulloicing agents: John Crouse, Esq-, Johnslorcn. E. W. Carr Evans' Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Ntw York. 0ln another part of to. day's paper will bo found the Address of the Democratic State Ce...

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. — 27 September 1849

" J 3ERD J2 m ir From the Cincinnati Commercial. Liau on the Death of General Worths ST O. W. CCTTSa- Oh! let the solemn minute gun Arouse the morning raj. And onlj with the setting sun, In echoes die away. Oh, let our banner from the skies, Like autumn glories fall. To shed its ever changing dyes Around the sable pall. The muffled drum, the wailing fifo, Ah! let them muriner low, O'er him who was their breath of life. The Eolenin notes of woo; For oh; they they can alone impart The sorrow of the brave, . When the. Idol of a soldiers heart Is followed to the grave. At Chippewa and Lundy's Lane, On Polakla's field, Around him fell the crimson rain, The battle thunder pealed; But proudly did the soldier gaze Upon his daring form, When charging o'er the cannons' blaze Amid the sulphur storm. Upon the heights of Monteray, Again his flag unrolled, And when the grape shot rent away Its latest starry fold, His plumed cap above his head, lie waved upan the air, And cheered the gallant troop...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 October 1849

Ift 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, V CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1849. r VOL. 5. NO. 52. Ihaumtr 117 1 II II II - - - - - t . i : - ; 3 : ; : : : . : - : -r :v r -" - . ' ' i "m Wary McCree. r mi$8 rNitr malons ratmono. Tho' joun Ger&Idino Hath the step of a queen And Allea be fur as the da. The beauty may lie la the bright laughing eye Of Nora the handsome and gay; The maiden I lore Hath the eye of a dove. And her glancci beam only tot me; With the s'.ep of a fawn, 0i the mountain at dawn Trips Mary, my Mary McCree. Tho rivals appear I have nothing to fear,' For my colleen is an angle of truth; In her smile you may trace All her soul's gentlo grace, No guile clouds her innocent youth . Tho the knows I am poor, Yet she says she'll endure Sorrow, rather than wealth without me; Thus I'll gladly toil on, 'Till a home 1 have won For my Mary, my Mary McCree. MISCELLANEOUS. The Spy. An Incident of the R...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 October 1849

,....,:..7-. I jl rromtha Philadelphia Ledger (an Indepen dent Paper.) The Tariff Ajaiu. There is a grent bother just now about the ruinous effects of the Tariff, and eve ry wiid and improbable story of 'effects' is forced into the argument. The half of a fact, coupled with an erroneous conclu sion, or a simple fact, shorn of all expla nation of causes, is considered fair and honest enough, by some of those who are politically and pecuniarly interested in having the prices of home manufactures raised as high as possible. They seem ingly forget in their eagerness to amass fortunes in a few yeais, that the money to pay those high prices, and from whom those fortunes to the few are amassed, comes from the many consumers,- the thousands of plodding, hard-working far mers and mechanics, in all the length and breadth of the land. Unfortunately for the judicious adjustment and stability cf this important question, it has been drawn into the vortex of politics, where all is considered fair ...

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

Fromthe Keystone. Federal Reforms. It is usual with the Federal prints, near the time of an election, to talk loudly about reform, and to promise the correction of all real orimaginary abuses. But prom ises, whenever success attends their olforts, are forgotten, and they signalize their term of authority by broken pledges, abuse of power arid contempt of popular rights. "Either and Reform" was their ral lying cry in 1835. Through accident they elected their candidate and a majority in the assembly; by purchase they obtain ed the senate, and thus had the unrestrain ed possession cf the government of the state. All, familiar with the transactions cf that day, remember how the power thu3 rained was abused; that injuries were in flicted upon the commonwealth under that .'i-n.istv from which aha will scarcelv r.--! cover during the present century; that pa-j towards those who befriended Mexico du per expansions were promoted by it which : ng tin? war; his humiliating exhibition of result...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 October 1849

2P D 33 m 3T Oar Yankee Girls. BY O. W HOLMES. Lei greener land a nd bluer skies, If such the wide earth shows, With fairer cheeks and br ighter eyes. Match us the star the rose: The winds that lift the Georgian veil. Or wave Circassian curia. Waft to the shores the sultan' tail; Who beat the Yaukee girls? The gay gritette, whose fingers touch Love's thousand chords so well; The dark Italian, loving much. But more than one can tell, And England's fair-haired, blue-eyed dame, Who binds her brow with pearls; Ye who have seen them, can they shame Our own sweet Yankee girls? And what if court or castle vaunt Its children loftier born? Who heed the silken tassels flaunt Beside the golden corn? They ask not for the dainty toil Of ribboned knights and earls, The daughters of the virgin soil. Our freebor n Yankee girls! But every hill whose stately pines Wave their dark arms above. The home where some (air being shines, To warm the wild with love. From barest rock to bleakest shore Where fa...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 October 1849

r i lit it n "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC. PRINCIPLES POIXT THE WAY; AVHES THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW 4 BY JOIIIV G. GIVEN lEBENSDURG, THURSDAY, OCTOBER II, 1819. VOL. G. NO. I. ' J I 1 I The Three Callers. . , BY Cn.VRLES SWAINE. Morn calleth fondly to a fair boy straying ' Mii golden meadows, rich with clover dew; She calls but he still thinks of nought,. save. V' ; playoff,' ' ' - And so the smiles end waves him an adieu? Whilst he still merry witli his flowery store, - Deems not that Morn! sweet Morn! returns no more, Noon coraolh but the boy to manhood grow, ing. Heeds not the time he sees but one 6wect form. One young fair face, from bower of jessamine growing, And all his loving heart with bliss is warm So Noon, unnoticed seeks the western shore, And man forgets that Noon returna no more. Night tappeth gently at a caserne nt gleaming With the thin fire-light flickering feint and low: By which a gray-haired man is sadly dreaming O'er pleasures gone as all Life's pleasur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 October 1849

FOREIGN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF TJIE CANADA. Sfvcu uays Luier News. Telegraph Office, St. Wednesday Oct. The titcamship Canada, Cant John. 3 P. M. Judkins, arrived at Halifax, at"9 o'clock yesterday morning, having made the passage from Liveipool in less than ten days, which is remarkably quick time at this inclement season of the year. The Canada brings dates from Liver- pool to the 22, and from London to the 21st ult. Commercial Summary. The commercial news upon the whole, exhibits no improvement. The produce markets are fairly supplied, but the de mand for most articles is inactive. The cotton trade is languid; but al though sales are limited, prices have not given way. In breadstuffs great firmness is exhibi ted and higher prices have been paid. A moderate amount of business is re ported in cured provisions, at steady pri ces. Advices Irom manufacturing districts are unsatisfactory. At Manchester there is not much business doing in either goods or yarns, but manufacturers are willing t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 October 1849

MOUNTAIN SBNTIIL. EBENSBURG, PA. .THURSDAY", OCTOBER 11. 1849. DTn ScNTisct, Aa mwcA fA largest cir. cxlation of any paper published in this county end as an advertising sheet offr superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of tiis medium for extending their business can d$ to by either sending their notices direct, or through the fulloicrng agents; John Crouse, Esq., Johnstoicn. E. IV. Curr, Evans' Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. XVm. A. Kimloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Nac York. O" Mr-Jacob Carter, of Philadelphia, will deliver a Temperance Lecturo this (Thursday) evening, in the Brick Church. lUThrough the neglect of those who have control of lha mailt, wo have not received our regular exchanges this mbrniug, and conse. qucntly have no returns of the lato election. From what we .can galher from waybills and rumors, we feel confident that Gamble is elec ted by an overwhelming majority. We think we shall La able in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 October 1849

Reasons for Risibility. BY OLOYER WENDELL HOLMES. Sweet coz! I'm happy when I can, I'm merry while 1 may. For life's at most a narrow span, At best a winter's day. If care could make the sunbeam wear A brighter, warmer hue, The evening star shine out more fair, The blue sky look more blue, Then I should bo a graver man But tince 'tis not the way, Sweet coz! I'm happy when I can, And merry when I may! If sighs could make us sin tho less, l?et chance I were not glad If mourning were the sage's dress, My garb should then be sad. Eut since the angels' wings are white, And e'en the young saints smile Since virtue wears a brow of light, And vice a robe of guile Since laughter is not under ban, Nor gladness clad in gray Sweet coz! I'm happy when 1 can, And merry when I may! I've seen a bishop danco and reel. And a sinner fast and pray, A knave at the top of Fortune's wheel, And a good man cast away! Wino 1 have seen your grave ones quaff, Might set our fleet afloat; But I never heard a hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 October 1849

.A ' i MX 'WE OO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THE V CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' BV JOHN G. GIVEN. E0ENSJ3URG, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1819. VOL. 6. NO. 2. The Rebuke. Oh! speak to mo bo more no more- Nor cast your eight away; Fof what you think is to adore, 1 foel ii to betray. Tour words your vowi in rain would hid Tho truth which I divino, If wedding me would hurt your pride, Then, wooing me hurt mine. Oh! ne'er commit to great a fault. Nor wrong the vow you've made: For what you any ii to exalt I feal is to degrade! To .make me youra while life endurea. Must be at God's own shrine; Ifauch a brida should hurt your prido, Then such n love hurts mina. M I S C E L L A 21 230TJS From Graham' Magazine. The Curiam lAilvd. Or Professions Practical and Theoretical. g - i - - . BY MRS. CAROLINE H. BUTLER. Concluded. CHAPTER IV. Love Passages. The summer passed, and in the bright month of September, came Hubert Faiiiie to pass a few weeks beneath the glad roof! of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 October 1849

SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. ArriTal of the Caledonia. Boston, Oct. 12 noon. The steamship Caledonia has arrived here, bringing one week later intelligence from Europe. The Cholera. The deaths lrom all causes, in the Lon don districts, for the three weeks of Sept. ending 22d, were 3160, 2842 and 1981 thus showing the cholera deaths decreased from 2020 and 1682, 839. In the same period, the deaths from cholera, which were, at the beo-inninsr of the month, -400 daily, fell, on the 19th, 110, and declined on the 26th. 102: and on the 27th, a fur ther satisfactory decline appeared, showing the much greater diminution to 77, for all 1 for all England, and 57 for Scotland. The cases of the diarrhaea be inf 171. This is the most satisfactory re turn that has appeared since the outbreak of the disorder. In Liverpool, the disap pearance of the disease has been equally signal. Austria and Hungary. Nothing has transpired in relation to the resolution of the Porte, not to yield the Hungarian r...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 October 1849

JSMTIIVI EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1849. CTh Sentinel, has much the largest cir culation of any paper published in this county and at an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making use of this medium for extending their business can 2a to by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents: : John Crouse, Esq., Johnstoutn. E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. - George Pratt, 151, Nassau St., Ntw York. ' Prsachino. By Divine permission, the Rev. Air. Lynch will preach in the Deciples Church, in this pi a co", on Sunday next, at three o'clock P. 'M: . v New Advertisements. Attention is reques ted to the new advertisements in to.day's paper. Mr. J. Moore has just received a fine assort, meet. of new goods, suitable for the season, wh'.ch he will dispose of on the most reason a. Lie teirns. It will also be seen, that he is de sirous of selling or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 October 1849

Do you really think he did? I waited till tho twilight. And yet he did not come: I strayed along the brook-side, And slowly wandered home; When who should coma behind me, But him I would have chid; lie said he came to find me Do you roully think he did' He said, since last we parted, He'd thought of naught so ewoet, Asof this very moment Tho moment we should meet. He showed me where, half shaded, A cottage home lay hid; He said for me he made it Do you really think he did? He said when first ho saw ma Life seemed at once divine; Each night he dreamt of angels, And every face was mine; Sometimes a voice, in sleeping, Would all his hopes forbiJ; And then ho wakened weeping Do you really think he did? I Love r Laugli. BY A VOUNQ LADY. I love a laugh a wild, gay laugh. Fresh from the fount of feeling That speaks a heart enshrined within, Its joys revealing. I love a laugh a wild! gy zh'. O, who would always sorrow' And wear a sad and mournful face, And fear the morrow? I love a laugh it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 October 1849

A AA&V 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC " PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY; JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, -THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1810. VOL. G.-NO. 3 ,jlir1 'T When Fortune Beams! When Fortune beams around you, When hearts with pleasure leap; f Awd hopes and jo.ya burround you Forget not those who weep! When friendship's smile invites you To bless and to be blest; ' When every charm delights roa--O think of the distress 'd! When golden pales betide you, As if by heaven decreed, And plenty stands beside you Forget notlhoae who need! When pleasures cop iseras endlojs, Ob, piove it without end; By being to the friendless In every hour a frieud. MISCELLANEOUS , 7 r , i, ,,,, ,, ,., , i. , . i, , , The Little Feel; OB, THE AM VTEUR SHOEMAKER. - DV MEtTA TICTOKIA FULLEfc. CHAPTER I. Won't you take away your admiring gare from my pretty feet, Clifford, dear? I durst not go to sleep for fear you will carry them off, and I shall iawaVe foot lets!' The speaker ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 October 1849

FOREIGN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE N I A G A U A, SEVEN DAYS LATER. Sackville, iV. li. Oct 17. ENGLISH MARKETS. We are in receipt of Liverpool papers to the 6th inst. The commercial advices by this arrival are in all material particu lars tho same as we received by the Cal edonia. There is no improvement in trade to be noticed; nor, have any of the good effects to bo expected from a bountiful harvest been realized. Frojn Manchester and other principal manufacturing districts the accounts are far from being satisfactory. Another mail from the East Idias has arrived, with Calcutta dates to Aug. 20th, Bombay Sept. 1st. The accounts are re garded as favorable in a commercial point of view. In Liverpool there has been a moderate demand during the past week. Cotton is at precisely the same prices as were noticed in the Caladonias news. ENGLAND. By far the most important political news by this arrival, is the possible and even probable war between Russia and Turkey, which now forms the chief top...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 October 1849

?z C?- &&$l?w liiuuiiiniii EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1849. 0Thk ScnTI.vex., has much the largest cir. cxtlation of any paper published in this county and at an advertising sheet oJjF'rs superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us ef this medium for extending their business can do to by either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents; John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. IV. Carrt Evans Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. . . George Pratt, 151, Nassau St., Ntu York. EOur friend Enm &i Hughes are about receiving a choice assortment of Clothing at their Store in this place. Those wishing to prepare for winter may do well to give them a calif See their adrertisement. friend UxRrca of the Pittsburg Post, that no Guerrilla democrat will receive any encour agement from him in the way of office. Our friend may rely upon it, Ibst in Mr. G., they have the right kind of material for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 October 1849

u cp a lit v The Dreamer. The following beautiful lines are from a volume of -Poems by a Seamstress," and are aid to be truly the production of a poor Eng lish girl. Not in the laughing bowers, Where, by green twining elm, a pleusant hade, At Euuimer'a noon is made; And whero the swift looted tours Steal the rich breath of the enamored flowers; Dream I. Nor whore the golden glories be, At sunset laving o'er the flowing sea, And to pure eye the faculty in given , To trace the smooth ascent from earth to Ilea. en. Nut ou the couch of ease, With all the appliances of joys at baud; Soft light, eweet fragrance, beauty at command; Viands that might a god-like palate please, And music's soul creative ecstacies, Dream I Nor gloating o'er a wild estate, Till the ful', self-complacent heart, elate, Well satisfied with bliss and mortal birth, Sighs for an immortality on earth. But where the incessant din Of iron hands and roar of brazen throats. Join their unmingling notes: While the long summ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 November 1849

1 Ift it 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, NQVEMBER 1, 1819. VOL. 6. NO. 4. ibtttlfT r " A Heart to Let. by John irocoham. To b let To be let at a very desirable rate, A mug little house in a healthy estate, 'Tia a bachelor's heart, and the agent is Chance Affection the rent,r be paid in advance. The owner, as yet, has lived in it alone. But the fixtures are not of much value but soon 'Twill be furnished by Cnpid himself if a wife Take a lease for the term of her natural life. Then ladies dear ladies, pray do not forget An excellent bachelor's heart's to be let. The tenant will hare but few taxes to pay, Love, honor, and heaviest item obey. As for the good-xcill, the subscriber's inclined To have that if agreeable, settled in kind, Indeed, if he could such a matter arrange, fle'd be highly delighted to make an exc!age Provided true title by prudence is shown, Any heart unencumbered a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 November 1849

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL, EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDA.V, NOVEMBER 1. 1S19. U"The Senti.ve l has much the largest cir culation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. . Those desirous of making uss of this medium for extending their business can do so'bu either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents: '-John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. ."IV Carr, Evans'' Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. Geotge Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Xtto York. ' i-We take pleasure in recommending those who wish to purchase cheap and! fashionable goods to Litzingcr & Todd's Store' where they have just received a large and beautiful supply. George is a clever fellow, and knows how to please his customers. Sec advertisement. Tariff of 1842 va3 again brought on th e carpet in the hope of catching votes; Gen. Taylor and Gov. Johnston travelled the State in the vain effort to keep up the s...

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