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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 November 1849

feet of rasing the .state of ?eige of that city, demantl-fejSJeHtLdreerErJHkls, will be to deprive .tfreYenjlr general of all au thority in .civil and pqliiical questions, and ta invest -Mhe card Hia-ls -vi;h- unlimited power. The jFifencbprefectof police had, ja consequence, apprised several ex-depu-Ueof the Constituent A-ssembly that war rants had been issued against them by. the pontificial police, but that the French au thorities would suspend their execution until the 1st of October; and that in the meantime, they : should, have a free pas sage to France,- with the liberty to reside there. Sixty deputies left immediately. Vast 'crowds attended them, cheering them, slricMiearing their marks of respect. The emotions of the people had a visible effect otvonly on the French troops, but the government.'' ' It is reported that the Pope has taken Alarm at the numerous assassinations of French soldiers, and believes there is an extensive plot for his assassination, if he should return....

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. — 1 November 1849

ip IB t ut T Allegheny. BT ELIZABETH Q. BARRETT. Green old hills! our country's glory, Proudly in the midst jou stand, Linked with many a sweet old story Theme of many a minstrel band. Northward, southward, broadly stretching, Where the Susquehanna gleams, Through Virginia's land of beauty. Far away to Southern streams. Here the dusky hunters proudly Chased the deer in days gone by, Here the mountain echoes loudly Woke their warrior's battle-cry; Here the white invader boldly Drove him from Lis home away. And the winds are sighing sadly While be takes his westward way. Green old hills of Allegheny, Oh! to climb your heights once more! Westward lie the mighty rivers, Eastward frowns the Atlantic shore. Oh! with proud heart bounding wildly On yon highest cliff to stand! While Columbia's sweetest vallios Sleep beyond on either hand. Green old hills, our couotry's glory. Wo will proudly sing your praise, You shall be the theme of story, Wake the minstrel's sweetest lays. Fa to may bid o...

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. — 8 November 1849

,t-;i I 3 'WE GO W II ERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW," BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1819. VOL. 6. NO. 5. MISOKLL ANEO US Frora iLe N. Y. Times. WEATHER FORD. A LEGEND OF THE CREEK WAR. Several historians in narrating the events oi oar second war with Great Britain, have expressed surprise that the grand at tempt to gain possession of New Orleans was not made sooner. But, in truth the attempt was being made to entire years earlier than the xlate usually given in his tory. With the declaration of war itself, the court of St. James organized a master ly, but most infamously cruel scheme of combinations to grasp the 'Crescent City the commercial crown and military key to the Mississippi Valley; and with the organization they also began the execution of their plan, of which the landing of the mighty armament at Bien Venn, on the 3d of December, and the assault on the glori ous 8th of January, were not the first,...

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. — 8 November 1849

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1819. - - ITTiik Sentinel, has much the largest cir culation of any paper published in this county andason advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of lAjjr medium for extending their business can do to by either sending their notices direct, or through 'the fulloiring agents: John Ctouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau St., Nlw York. ES As will be seen by their advertise ment. Messrs. Murray & Zahm have just received a very splendid assortment of New Goods. Those wishing- to procure good goods aAd cheap goods, can do so on application to their establishment Their assortment will oe found complete ;ind excellent. Mr. George Harncame also notifies the public that he is prepared to manufacture all kinds of work in his line cf business on the shortest notice and ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 November 1849

Central America An extract from a letter was read from ;;C lion. E. George Squier, Minister of, n t-iii.ed States to Central tmerica, giv-art n bri"f account of some antiquarian rc . .rches in which he has been engaged. Although 1 liave been much occupied -:,h'ol!ici: kn!iiiaci? ' s.r. s.vlr. :qmer, which oifj. -d d j-' '.. ;. ive, ; : " the !':. t;i- in the intervals --"jress of tny :.: l?riiini:ti'n. t-M ijrx t mo :i.o:i iii ).i-:, .;i J b e;i able to pav . z';-m a t-M i'jri t 1.13 .i ji. l jriii-3 -i th'3 j couotrv. ! 1 have succeeded to an eminent degree in obtaining th' confidence ot the Indian? end have secured some of their vocabula rifs.' In fact, the Indian Pueblo of Sub liava has presented me a formal address, r. ritrcn in the aboriginal tongue and would rise in arms to morrow at my call. In presenting it, the spokesman exclaimed with startling emphasis, 'the Spaniards have had their feet on our necks i err long; we hope the sons of Washington will j overwhelm them as they...

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. — 8 November 1849

CD Ul V Ut V L1BOR. A Ballad for car Mines and Mannfactoriet. T THE AUTHOR OF "PROVERBIAL rHILOSOr-H.' Fair work for fair wage! it's all that we ask, An Englishman loves what is fair; We'll never complain of the toil or the task, If Livelihood comes with the care; Fair work for fair wages! we hope nothing else Of the mill, or the forge, or the toil, For the rich man who buys, and the poor man who sells. Mast pay and be paid for his toil! Fair work for fair wages; we know that the claim Is just between master end man, If the tables were turn'd we would serve htm the same. And promise we will when we can! We give to him industry, muscles, and thews, And hearti'.y work for his wealth, 80 he will as honestly yield our dues. Good wages for labor in health! Enough for tho day, and a bit to put by Against illness, and slackness, and age) For change and misfortnne are ever too nigh Alike to the fool and the sage; But the fool in his harvest will wanton and waste, Forgetting tho winter once ...

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. — 15 November 1849

yi "WE OO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1819. VOL. 0. NO. G. iff si II J 1 II II w 1 11 I I V Heart! acd Homes. Hearts and Horn eg, sweet words of pleasure, Muiic breathing; as thej fall, Making eacb the othor's treasure, Once divided losing all; Homes, jo rcay bo high or Iowlf. Hearts alone can make you holj, D the dwelling e'er so small, '- flaring1 Lore it boaatsth all. Hearts and homes, sweet words of pleasure, Mcsic breathing as ye fall. Making each the other's treasure, Once divided losing nil. Hearts and Homes, Hearts and Homes! MXSOIILLANSOUS THE M1RRUGE CRUCIBLE. A Tbilling Talc of High and Low Life. I was born in one of those little hamlets situated in lha neighborhood of Montel raart in the south of France. My father had made many a fruitless effort to raise himself above indigence. His last resource in his old age arose from the execises of a talent which he had ...

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. — 15 November 1849

JpH CT MOUNTAIN SENTINEL mm EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1S49. DTrtt Sentinel, 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 tiss of this medium for extending their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents: John Crouse, IJsq., Johnstown. su. ir K'arr. luvan nuimines. Anna si. Philadelphia. V. It. Palmer, Esq , Neva York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. EsFor the information of our country friends we will hereafter devote a smal' portion of our paper to giving a list of the market prices of the principal articles of trade. This may be found interesting to uch of our friends who are in the habit of dealing in Ebensburg. days paper. See list in to- A Fancy Ball. We have been requested to announce that Maj. Marlett intends giving a Fan cy Ball at the Portage Exchange at No. 2, A. P. R. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 November 1849

Hear a Pennsylvania Iron Master. The Washington Union of Tuesday, publishes an- important' communication from "a Pennsylvania Iron Master." It con tains Tacts which cannot be successful ly refuted. The attempts of a few pock et patriots to overthrow the admirable tar iff of 1315' and substitute th abominable act of 1S42, with its specific dutirs, j pusTprove an utter failure. Ninetenths cf the people of the United States, con- r.der'the tariff, question us settled. A large majority of the peop'e of Pennsyl vania, at the. recent flvction, declared t hem se Ires' satisfied with the present rev enue laws. . A Democratic Congress will not dare to act contrary to the wishes of the people. The following is the communication in the Union to which we have referred: f October 29, 1819. Gentlemen: Enclosed you will find a circular td' the iron masters of Pennsyl vania. An iron master mysvlf, I have long been satisfied that my ferruginous brethern have mistaken the cause of their alleged troub...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 November 1849

sFr- ig p la tg a The Persecuted- Bury me in a deep, deep grave, Where human bones ne'er rested; Far whero the storms 'midst wild wood rave, And hills by clouds are crested. Bury me far from the haunt of man. Where human voice ne'er sounded, Where name nor lineage none can scan Of him whose peace they wounded. Bury me deep where none can know, One vestige of my story Where rude funeral pomp nor woe Mock with their empty glory. Bury me deep, where naught of life Shall e'er disturb my pillow Far from mortal hate and strife, Brnoalh a weeping willow. Bury mo, bury me deep and long. Far from a world so weary Where my only dirge shall be the moan Of the whistling wind so dreary. Bary me far from lriond or foe From pilgrim and sojournet: Shed not a tear ye high or low Away each false heart mourner. Bury me deep, and d.eper still From slander's poisoned arrow: Away, away! my grave quick fill, And hide my head from sorrow. Let not etone.nor tomb; nor urn. Bespeak my lowly dwelling: Let no a...

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. — 22 November 1849

(fl IV IE V. 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENS13URG, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1840. VOL. . NO. 7. M I S O 2 L L A IT E O U S PanlineA nistoric Sketch. BY PERCY B. ST. JOHN". Pauline was an orphan adopted by some worthy citizen of Rue St. Honore, Paris, who having1 brought her up to the age of sixteen, had placed her in his shop a perfume warehouseto dispense his goods at the counter. Women in France are almost universally the practical heads of commercial establishments. The mas ter of the house, when he does not lounge away in the cafe, play billiards or cards half the day, or walk about like one living on his means, is contented to occupy a dignified and retired position, attending, not to the sales, but to the wholesale pur chases. But such was not the case with M. Boulard, the adopted father of Pauline, lie and his wife shared the labors of the ithop together; he keeping the books, while Pauline ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 November 1849

MOUNTAIN MINEL EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1849. OThe Sentinel, 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 us of this medium for extending their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents; John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. IV. Carr Etans1 Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq , New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Central Pennsylvania Exehanse Azcnry. R. R. Bryan, Esq., whose card will be found in another column of to-days pape r, lias established an Exchange Agency in Hollidaysburg. We are glad of this. The rapidly increasing commercial busi ness of the Central portion of Pennsylva nia has long demanded the establishment of an institution of this kind, through the agency of which our merchants and other business men have an easy facility of transmitting money an...

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. — 22 November 1849

The Two Standards for Estimating Duties. The reader will find in the following ar- brief but admirable comparative view of the ad valorem and specific duty systems. The advantage is clearly on the side of j c i. t . . . J the former. It is best in frrv nnint nli PDlm' . . ' . . ... j --I Ul iiviiiiiu tut; itiA ai'tuiuiug iJ 111c value ci ms article oesi lor uie erea ,-alue ct the article best for the great tody of the community, who should con tribute to the support of the government according to the ability of their means and the amount of their consumption; whilst the other system is best only for the manufacturer, in protecting his fa brics: Ad valorem and specific duties. Re cently a general attack by the friends of the protective policy lias been made upon the ad valorem principle of levying duties upon imports. It has been discovered that this principle, which takes a certain fixed proportion of the value of imported goods for the uses of the government, is oppres stve to dome...

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. — 22 November 1849

la ?c CrThe following ia published tiling written by the late Edgar A as the , Poe. last Annabel Lee. Il was many and many a year ago, In a kingdon by the sea. That a maiden there lived whom you may know By the name of Annabel Lee; And this maiden lived with no other thought Than to love and be loved by me. ,was a child and she was a child, "in this kingdom by tho sea, Uut we !oved with lovojtbat was more than love I and my Annabel Lee Vitha love that the winged seraph 3 of heaven Coveted her and me. And this was the reason that, long ago, In this kingdom by the Boa, A wind blew out of a clou d, chilling .My beautiful Annabel Lee; So that her high born kinsman camu And bore her away from nic, To shut her up in a sepulchre In this kingdom by the sea- 'Hie angels, net half so happy in heaven, Went envying her and me Yc! that was the reason (as all men know, In this kingdom by the sea,) That tho wind came out of the cloud by night Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee. Uut our love il wa...

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. — 29 November 1849

, . i - - - - e . : t I.''..'- - - Y I 7 , . ...... IX is t;V J fit A v -wj&x 'WE GO Wlim DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J- TUEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. , . ."' . ' ' ' ' ' .... - . s - s j. : f. V.it-.z r..t ii ..-... - . . ....... VtJOHN G. GIVEN 'dJkt , rraaMarTn TWfigrr M1SOBLL AZTEOUS Chased by a Catamount. A IS THE LIF"E OF A PIONEER. I was once told a thrilling adventure of the tirst settler in Paris, Maine, with a catamount.- Although I cannot relate it with that lively effect with which it was told iae, still I have embodied the facta in this sketch: " "- . I had been on a hunting excursion, and as I was returning 1 fell in with that oft described personage, "the oldest inhabi Hi tindly accosted me, and I gladly entered into conversation with him. "Young man," said he, "when I first visited thi9 town, there were only three families living in it, You who now live in ease, can never know the hardships and perilous scenes through which the earlier settlers ...

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. — 29 November 1849

ITfllliVT AIM fili! PIWE1F, EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1S49. ' CTTiic Senti.vel, has much the largest cir dilation 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 dp to by either tending their notices direct, or through the fullowtng agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq , New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. CTThis is the day appointed by Gov. Johnston to be devoted to thanksgiving and prayer for the manifold blessings be stowed upon us by a most bountiful Prov. idence. . From what we can learn, we be lieve it will be generally observed through out the State. fFWc have not yet received the pro ceedings of the meeting held in Johnstown ' a few davs since with a view of forming a new county out of parts of Cambria, Som erset, "Westmoreland a...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 November 1849

The Foreign Stirs. -AVc'-hftvg' great confidence in the specu lations of the .Washington Union on For eign affairs- -The annexed article, which we give entire, frorn lhat paper, will be read with interest; he tirMTst of the America at the port oCNcf York with the European mails, enables y's- -to -lay before our readers addi jionaWeaib of the intelligence brought by that-vessel. '-T he lwo most important events which ltt?e;occurred in Europe since the previ ous arrival, are the dissolution of the French; ministry,, and the retreat of the Russian Czar from his arrogant demand 'upon rTurkey for the extradition of the Hungarian refugees. '.The act of the French President, Louis Napoleon,. in requiring the resignation of Ills cabinet, seems to have excited much ..sensation in the political circles of both -Paris: and London, and has given the pub lic some new views with regard to his '.character." By some speculators upon po litical events, it is regarded as an evidence ..of his determin...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 November 1849

"ie a j m 'row the New York Home Journal. On the Death of Edgar A. Poc. Th ey have Iain thee down lo slumber, wheie the sorrows that encumber. Such a wild and wayward heart as thine can never reach thee more; For the radiant light ol gladness, never alter- nates with sadness, Stinging gifted souls to madness on that bright and blessed shore; Safely moored from sorrow's tempest, on th e distant Aidenn" shore, Rest thee, lost one, evermore. Thou wert like a meteor glancing, through a starry sky entrancing, Thrilling, awing, wrapt beholders with the wondrous light it wore; But the meteor has descended, and the Night ly" chadows blended, For the fever-dream is ended, and the fe arful crisis o'er Yes, the wild unresisting fever-dream of hu man life is o'er, Thou art sleeping evermoro. Ocean, earth and air could utter, words that made thy spirit flutter Words that stirred the hidden fountain welling in thy bosom's core, Stirred it till its wavelets sighing, wik encd to a wild replying, ! ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 December 1849

11 'WE CO WHERE I7E:.I0CHATIC miNCiri.ES TOW.T THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TP LEAD, WE CEACE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBUXiG, THURSDAY, DECEfsIBElX G, 1049. VOL. G. NO. 0. X III III i MISOELLANEOUS THE GENTLE WARWINQ. BY ANNA. WILMOT. Do not accept the offer, Florence said her friend Carlotti. A shade of disappointment wentover the face of the fair girl, who had just commu nicated the pleasing fact that she had re ceived an offer of marriage. You cannot be happy as the wife of Herman Leland,' added Carlotti. How little, do you know this heart, returned the fond girl. It is because I know it so well that I say what I do. If your love be poured out for Herman Leland , Florence, it will be as water on the desert sand.' Why do you affirm this, Carlotti?' A woman can truly love only the moral virtue of her husband.' I don't clearly understand you.' It is only genuine goodness of heart that conjoins in marriage.' Well?' Just so far as selfish and evil affections find a place in the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 December 1849

EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY", DECEMBER 6, 1819. Oj-The Sentinel, has much the largest cir culation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet ojfers 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 sending their notices direct, or through the following agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Ecans Buildings, Thiid st Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq., New York, Philadelphia and Jjallimore. CF'Our thanks are due the lion. Job Mann for a copy of the Keport of the Pa tent Office for 1818. A Military Ball. Oar military friends at the Summit are going to celebrate the anniversary of the Battle of New Orleaus by giving a Grand Ball at the house of Franklin Winket, as will be seen by reference to our adver tising columns. It promises to be a grand affair, and will be numerously attended by the military. Information Wanted. Information is wanted of the wherea ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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