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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 February 1850

The 3IormoHS on the Monntains-. Terible Snoio Storms Loss of Sixty Cattle. A correspondent of the Frontier (lowa) Guardian, of the 18th tilt., writing from Tiwl.U. For :, under date of October 18. savs: "We crossed over Rocky Rid;c j - on ine second ot inis niuiuu, iit-ur summit of the South Pas?, with t!ie Wind River chiin of mountains on the north; towards night it began to snow and blow qui:e hard ahd fast from the northeast, weather increasing in coldness, which .1 1 .1. obliged us-to encamp the best way we could (without carrell) on a branch of the Sweetwater. F. T. Benson and Captain Richard's enrap some ten or twelve miles ahead on Willow Creek. We turned our cattle loose and drove them into the wil lows near by to do the best they could and share their fate; and such a storm of wind and snow as we experienced, we think was never superseded in Pottawatamie. For thirty-six hours it continued to howl around us incessantly, blowing nearly a a hurricane, drifting the snow in ever...

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. — 7 February 1850

ig q w g is 3r From Codey' "Lady a Book. THE SHORE OF WRECKS. BV.F. S. JEWKTT. When, in the hour of wakeful dreams, Our passions sink in pensive mood, And voiceless meditation seems A priest heraldry of good, The trembling soul, enwrapt in fears. Subdues what virtue e'er abhors; And, wandering backward through the years. Communes with spectre monitors. The memory is a dreary track Betide a dim and sullen deep; And we who sadly saunter back. Discourse with shadows, as in sleep: Upon that shore of solemn peace. These teachers haunt the paths we tread; And earth-born aspirations ceaso While there we group the quick and dead. The laiobow showers of childhood's grief, And those delights that urged us on, Ere blooming hope had cast a leaf, Or care had dimmed the lustrous dawn, Again steal o'er us, and reveal Strange records for raaturer time; And, in these lonely walks, we feel Their influence orer manhood's primo. The scenes whose ways were traveled when The heart, untutored yet in guile...

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. — 14 February 1850

"V. I - A Ifi 'WE OO WHERE DEMOCRATIC . PRINCIPLES POINT. THE . WAV WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE' TO FOLLOW.' BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1850. VOL. 6. NO. 19. "Ml e r ' ll J l J u . . i SCELLANEOUS MARY OF MANTUA. A T r u c History BY O.'P. R. JAMES. "The noble house of Gonzaga," says ' an Italian writer, in the year 1627,' "had ' declined from its former splendor, and forgetful of its ancient valor and wisdom, had given itself up to luxury and intem perance. Three brothers had success fully filled the ducal chair, Francisco, Ferdinando, and Vincenzo, and each had distinguished himself not by restoring any . , vigor to a decaying line, but by introdu cing new modes and forms of vice. The first of these brothers, Francisco, had left one child by a neglected and inju red wife; but that child was a daughter, in her mere infancy when her father died, and while the undoubted law bestowed the Duchy of Mantua on the brother of the power gave him also the Duchy...

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. — 14 February 1850

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. EBENSBURG, PA. ,'. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1850. DTuc Sentinel, has much the largest cir culation of any paper publizLea 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 ttetr business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or . through the fulloicing agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq., New York, Philadelphia vnd Baltimore. EPVe are indebted to the Hon. Job Mann, of Congress, and Messrs. Smith, Hastings and Meek, of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, for useful doc uments, Legislative. For Legislative news, we refer our rea ders to the interesting letter of our Harris burg correspondent in to-day's paper. His opinions are entitled to credit, as he is a gentleman of very correct judgment, and a close observer of what is going on. 22d of February. By refere...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 February 1850

Events arc more powerful thent vc are. We'must sooner or later, yield our place to the more prudent, the less embarrassed, and the more vigorous cffs hoots of our race, nm& consent to occupy the easy chair of our senility, rsor is there anything to re gret in this. The civilization that is remo ved is not destroyed; nni the genius of our people can exert itself as well on the bor ders of the Ohio as 0:1 the banks of the Thames, and rule the world with as much propriety from the White House as from the palace of St. James. Europe has enjoyed power and has alused it, and the iC-ptre of the word's dominion is passing from her grasp. . Civilization, as of old, is following the course of the sun, and the doctrines of humanity will work them selves out in a new field, and on a larger Fiom the St. Loui$ Intelligencer. The West lis Position on the Question of - Disunion. . We, at one time, hoped that the discus sion of the question, whether or not it would be wise and politic to dissolv...

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. — 14 February 1850

J Li ADDBESS TO THE SflBlT OF FOETRY. Y MRS. OSOOOD. Leave me not jet! Leave me not cold and lonely, TLou tar of promise o'er my clouded path Leave not the life that borrows from thee only All of delight and beauty that it hath! Thoo that, when others knew not how to love me. Nor cared to fathom half my yearning soul. Didst wreathe thy flowers of light around above . me, To woo and win me from my grief's control; By all my dreams the passionate and holy, When thou hast sung love's lullaby to me, By all the childlike worship fond and lowly. Which 1 have l&visb'd upon thine and thee; By all the lays my simple lute was learning To echo from thy voice, stay with me still! Once flown alas! for thee there's no returning The charm will die o'er valley, wood and) hill. Tell me not Time, whose wing my brow has shaded, Has wilher'd spring's sweet bloom within my heart; Ah, no! the rose of love is yet unfaded. Though hope and joy, its rister flowers, de part. Well do I know that I have wro...

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. — 21 February 1850

"C 'WE GO WFIERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' 7 BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1850. VOL. C AO. 2 0. n Til I MISOELLAIIEOUS T1IE BRAZILIAN BRIDE. IN TWO PARTS. PART I. Among the nobles who suffered most from the invasion of Portugal, and who followed John VI. across the Atlantic, in search of a safer home in another hemis phere, was the Marquess de Gonsalva. He had married a young and lovely wo man, to whom he was tenderly attached. She suffered much at the separation from her home and family, and her health failed under the fatigue and privation of the voy age; she had scarcely reached Brazil, ere she died giving birth to a son. The Marquess remained a widower, devoting himself to the care of his child, and the reparation of his ruined fortune. .Alonzo was a fine, generous-spirited boy; grateful and affectionate in his dispo ition.and very handsome in person; his clear, dark complexion, laughing eyes and whi...

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. — 21 February 1850

. . . ! : MflMTAMNTINF.. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1850. ETThk Scntinel, has much the largest eir culatitn 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 u of tlis medium for extending their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the fullotoing agents; John Crouse, Esq-, Johnstown. E. TP. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq., New York, Philadelphia vnd Baltimore. CPWe are indebted to our friend Dr. Smith, for a copy of the School Laws of Pennsylvania, with explanatory instruc tions and forms prepared by the Supenn tendant. EP A tremendous fire occurred in New Orleans the morning of the 16th instant, which destroyed some thirty or forty hou- 1 A -1 J sea, ana property 10 me amount ot near two millions of dollars. At the latest in telligence, the fire was still raging. "Notwithstanding the positive in...

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. — 21 February 1850

reject almostcbnterriptuously the blessings of God, and seem utterly insensible to the favors he. has showered upon us. Look over th pages of ancient history, sir; look round the world as it is; and where will you find, more freedom, more happiness, less oppression, less misery, than in this coumry? And yet we seem from lime to time raady to reject all these ebments of public and private prosperity, and to ilea troy this government, the world's best hope and our own. Instead of this eternal sys tem of complaining, we should bow our knees in gratitude, to ilim who gave us these blessings, and who, I sometimes fear will strike us with judicial blindness, as He did His chosen people of old. That we have difficulties sometimes to encounter is but the commonlotof human ity i individual as well as national; but when these come, let them be adjusted in a proper spirit of compromise, and the fu ture may bring us all that the fondest as piration can desire. " This petition asks us to take me...

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. — 21 February 1850

I , v- i i u s. 4 1 Country Home for Me-' 1 do not ask that city spires May round my mansion riso', But that my home may bo where trees Are pointing to the skies; Where flows' the silvery mountain rill With a sweet and merry sound, And the echo of the hunter's gun Shall through the woods rcsouud. I cannot love tho city's pomp, Its fashions and its pride, I had rather dwell in a humble cot. Upon the mountain side. Where sweetly blooms the accacia The tulip and the rose. And where besides the rivulet,) The early violet grows. tree, I would not give my quiet homo. Its happiness and health. For all the city palaces, lis pleasures and its wealth: I love to breathe the mountain air. To roam where all in free, Let others choose a city life. But a country hor.e for m. Maiden Worth. BY C. SWAIN. Her home was but a cottage home, A simple home and small; Vet sweetness and affection made It seem a fairy hall! A little taste, a Iitla care, Made bumble things appear As though they were translated...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 February 1850

1 lit 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WK CEASE JO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1850. VOL. C ISO. 21. IT II li lt I - . J J I la I II II : 1 I I 1 I MISCELLANEOUS - 1 T Tlic Brazilian Bride IS TWO PARTS. PART II. Time glided by unheeded; ihe London season was near its close, when one morn ing at breakfast, Mr. Mordaunt observed, "Well Alonzo, lime gets on; we are now in July, and before the end of October you must be safely landed at Rio. We must secure . your passage in the next month's steamer. All this was well known and fully ex pected, yet did the intimation astouud Al onzo. "So soon! can it be possible." The same evening they weie en famille at the Countess's; and whist and chess tables were arranged 39 usual. "What are you thinking about Don: Alonzo, to make such a move as that?' inquired Viola; "you are a little absent out of spirits this evening." "I ought not to be so," said Alonzo try ing to rally, "...

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. — 28 February 1850

m i mm wwaw au IfflUIJllIillllDlJllllllllllii : EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1S30. 1T3The 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 I through the following agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st. 1'hiladrlphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq., New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Democratic COUNTY MEETING ! The Democratic citizens of Cambria county are respectfully requested to meet in the Court House, in Ebensburg, on the evening of Tuesday of the April Court, at half-past seven o'clock, for the purpose of appointing a Delegate to the Williamsport Convention, to place in nomination a dem ocratic candidate tor Canal Commissioner, and also for the purpose of giving exrjres ion to the views of...

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. — 28 February 1850

1 Comr, Let Us Reason Together. ' -As the. whiff politicians are everywhere bitter in their denunciations of the revenue tariff of 46, we propose contrasting it with the one of '42, aud of showing that it is not deserving-the .anathemas which are lavishly neapeu upon trie members oi tnatj - - . 1 . t r party. More tlian this, we trust that we hall succeed in "establishing beyond the lingering of a djubt, that neither the miner nor ine manufacturer nas any wen groun ded cause of complaint, their evil surmi sings being in our judgment, mere fig ments of their, imaginations. The first, and indeed the only o'jjects of every wise ly framed enactment should be, that it proves equal in its operations. This the law of '42 did not do. It was based upon an erroneous principle. Most of the duties it imposed were specific, or .i - mi l . I. II I ,-maue me matter sun more j'laui, utciwiii per centage ..was added to every square yard, without the least regard to the quali ty of the articles, so t...

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. — 28 February 1850

vThea Yon and I were Girli- Our village look as pretty now,' As 'I did in tha childhood's hour, Yha autumn burden'd bush and bough, With choicest fruit and flower, Still stands the bill beyond the mill. Just where the river whir la Adown whose side we us'd to glide; Whtn'youand I were girl. Our cottage stand the same sweet thing, 80 quiet and so calm The roses o'er its sides still cling. And load the gale with balm; Its white Trent hid their leaves amid, Like beauty's brow coid curls And everything the past doth bring When vou and I were eirls. rf The brook, with rustic wood.bridge spanned, Goes babbling on its way, O'er hidden tracks of sedge and sand, Like some glad child at play! . Theu down some steep, in noisy leap. The tiny cat'ract hurls. Like Hope's false light, all dazzling bright, When you and I were girls. Still stands beyond the village green The simple house of prayer . Where villagers on Sabbath e'en Hold holy meetings there'. In death's grasp bound, in tombs around. W...

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. — 7 March 1850

A 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1850. VOL. 6. NO. 22. If II J I MISCELLANEOUS. Frm Oodey's Latv't Book for February. Kate's Valentine BY HENRY SUNDERLAND. Katf, rayip rightly neice, like most young ladies of her age, has her own opinions on matters and things currently transpiring. She thinks independently, and generally speaks what she thinks. Of course her knowledge of human nature is not very deep; nor is she as wise in all her conclusions as she i9 led to imagine. I do not say this disparagingly, for Kate has as good ense as nine in ten who have only numbered her years, which are about twenty-one. On one subject Kate had, for a year or two, been particularly decided in her ex pressions. The Valentine epidemic, which has raged so violently, she considered a social disease emphatically. It was no healthy manifestation of right feelings in her estimation. At last St. Val...

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. — 7 March 1850

MOUNTAIN SENTIUL. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1850. 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 tor exienaing ineir business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carrt Evans' Buildings, Third St. Philadelphia. V . B. Palmer, Esq., New York, Philadelphia ana uallimore. Democratic COUNTY MEETING! The Democratic citizens of Cambria county are respectfully requested to meet in the Court House, in Ebensburg, on the evenmgoF I uesday of the April Court, at . ,r . i i r .l r half-nast seven o clock, for the nurnose of appointing a Delegate to the Williamsport t aw a rm, . vvIaaa Z w. m m-. t a. t . I I ocratic candidate lor Canal Commissioner, and also for the purpose of giving expres sion to the views of the Democracy of...

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. — 7 March 1850

in the metropolis and in various parts of the United Kingdom, you wm oe enabled to make further progress in the removal of evils which affect the health and well being of her subjects. "The favor of Divine Providence has hitherto preserved this kingdom from the wars and convulsions which, during the . .. - I II a' last two years nave snuKen so many in the states of he Continent of Europe. "It is her Majesty's hope and belief that by combining liberty with order, by, preserving what is valuable and amending what is defective, you will sustain the fab ric of our institutions as the abode and shelter of a free and happy people." Eloquent Tribute to the rrosperily of our Conntry. Henry Clay, in his recent and really great speech on Slavery and the Union, draws "the following eloquent picture of the past and present condition our Repub lic. Coming, as it does, from the idol of the Whig hearts, it is a bright commenta ry on.the hypocritical "ruin" statements put forth by all the Whig jour...

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. — 7 March 1850

g CD Ml g at sx Exquisite Ioem. We have much pleasure in being able first to present to our readers, the follow ing exquisite poem from the pen of Eliza Cook. "We have seldom or never read anything more entirely beautiful than this which we extract from a late copy of her Journal forwarded to us by the lady her self. Model Courier. "There's a Silver Lining to Every Cloud." The poet or priest who told us this StrveJ mankind in the holiest way; Fur it lit up the eaith with the stars of bliss Thst beacons the cul with cheerful ray .J Too often we wander despairing and blind. Breathing our useless murmurs aloud ; Cut ts kiadar to bid us seek and rind A silver lining in every cloud." May wo not walk in the dinglo ground When nothing but Autumn's dead leaves are seen; But search beneath them, and peeping around Are the young Spring tuft9 of biuo and green Tis a beautiful eye that ever perceives The presence of God in Mortality's crowd, 'Tib a saving creed that thinks and blieves There's 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. — 14 March 1850

"WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC rill.XCir-LES POINT THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW, BY JOHN G. GIVEN EIUCNSBUllG, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1830. VOL. G. ISO. 23. MISOLLLANL' O US. Hon. J- C Fremont. The history of this young man is high ly interesting. A few years ago lie was a Lieutenant u the army, and an attache 10 the corns of Topographical Engineers. His business called hmi much to Wash ington, where he became acquainted with j u. auuu fU..uS,v ... - "" fj .. ... A X . .......W...C. mini nillllltlflllC ' DCUlUll. 1 "Ull"! 1IVI"U3, uimcunMiiuuJi , . i- . ,,,; this stripling in epaulelte-r had the tcmeri-1 , ' ( tv to ask ihe young ladv s hand in mar- i . -, i ., , ! Tiao-e notwithstanding he knew them , much liigher in authority had solicited tiie i same in vain. Miss Denton most readily ! consented, so far as she was concerned but intimated that she had a lather who had manifested some degree of interest in her welfare, and might want to be consen ted in the matter. f...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 March 1850

1 jr..l;ior3 ani withhold ikz co;jiJef jtion of that compact. Under the head of, the fourth article in the second section, and third clause, it is declared thit "no person held to service or labor in one State, under the laws there of, escaping into another, shall, in conse quence of any law or regulations therein, be discharged from such s ervice . or labor, but shall be delivered up on the claim of the party to whom such service or labor may be due." . This clause of the Constitution as is e qually binding on the States, and the peo ple of the States, as any of the foregoing articles, or clauses of that instrument, are obligatory upon the Federal Government. Yet your committee feel themselves bound to say, that in their opinion it has been in fringed, and its solemn injunction disre garded by more than one member of the confederacy. This cause of complaint should be removed, anu tins reproach should be done away notwithstanding the prejuaices of some, and the impracticable chimera...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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