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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 May 1849

MOUNTALYSENTiXEL. EBENSBURG, PA. I Ttowrsday, May IO, IS 19. f ,- ' ' BTTh Sintisi l, has much the largest cir. culation ef any paper published in this county an 4. a an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally; Those desirous of making use of IAS miaiumjor extending ineir ouwihcms cu do to by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents: John Grouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evan? Buildings, Third St., Philadelphia. Wnu A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George. Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Ntw York. ETOur th.nks are due the Hon. Simon Csmckoh for copy of "Emory's Reconnois- socs in. California and New Mexico." A most valuable work- We also tender oar thanks to Hon. Job Mass fer valuable publie documents. "Another flood has occurred in the Alle gheny, river. It commenced rising on Satur dsy sight last, and on Monday morning it was almost tank full. The destruction of property was very considerable; the lumber men par. lieularl...

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. — 10 May 1849

"Where there's a Will there's a Way." BT ELIZA COOK. We hate faith in old proverbs full surely, For Wisdom Las traced what they te1, And Truth may be drawn up as purely From them, as it may from "a welL". Let us question the thinkers and doers, And hear what they honestly say, And you'll find they believe, like bold woers, In "where there's a will there's a way." The hills have been high for man's mounting, The woods have been dense for his axe. The stars have been thick for his counting, The sands have been wide for his tracks, The sea has been deep for his diving, The poles have been broad for his sway, Cut bravely he's proved in bis striving. That "where there's a will there's a way." Have ye vices that ask a destroyer? . Or passions that need a control? -Let Reason become your employer. And your body be ruled by your souL . Fight on, though ye bleed in the trial, Resist with all strength that ye may, Ye may conquer Sin's host by denial, For "where there's a will there's a way ."...

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. — 17 May 1849

it X ; II I II I aam - "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." ' ' . - . ...-; i - . . . BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EL5ENSBURG, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 32. SEL ECT TALE. From Scott's Weekly Baper. l.YTILL XEYER MARRY A MECIU.MC. . BY LILLE LILBERXE. Y that have felt the power of thought, The fever of the mind, With spirit delicately wrought With fear and feeiiug 'twined Art ever alive to every thtoe, To burning bliss, and wilderinj wo. Catherine Cameron was alone in her chamber. There were tears in the beau tiful eyes that lay bowed on the cold hands. Tbe conversation of the last hour had call ed up thoughts and feelings and memories not soon forgotten. She had gone back far into the mocking Past, blie was tiinVmr nf thp time when she, a child of ten. accompanied he parents to the very TJf whprp she now resided her uncle f Emerson's. . - She had stolen away, from her mother's side and rone upon deck to hnd her lather. She di...

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. — 17 May 1849

From the Pennsylf anian. TERRIBLE R10TC LOSS OF LIFE IN NEW YORK! The New York papers of yesterday are filled with the details of a deplorable riot, which took place in that city on the prece ding evening. The comments of the jour nals are various, but a simple statement of facts will be sufficient at this time. The first extract we give is from the New York Sun, which appears to have gone to press before the most serious events of the night took place: The announcement that Mr. Macready was to play last night at the Astor Place Opera House, induced many persons to anticipate a repetition of the disgraceful disturbance of Monday night, and to be prepared for it, a strong body of police was detailed to keep order. Before dark, the National Guards were called out to aid the police. When the time for commencing the performances arrived, a vast crowd was assembled in the street in front oi the theatre, to see what was going on. Soon after the audience assembled, the curtain rose and the...

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. — 17 May 1849

z m -w , m is1 : EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, Jlny 17, 1S49. ? SyTut Se.nti.nel, Ao much thelargest cir- f eulation of any paper published in this county ana as an advertising sieet ojj'rs superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of this medium for extending their business can do so bif either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents; John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. Y. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third St., Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151. Nassau st., JVt ic York. To ComsroxDEXTS. "One of 'em" has ne- ateted In romtiltf witfi nnr invarinMp rnT r r -j a requiring the same of the author of an article before we publish it. D"The "veiudncy' of the eJitor of the Jshnstown News is made more manifest in the last number of that paper by his effort to saddle our editorials upon a member of the Ebensburg Car. Why, friend, you are totally Leiiind the age, and jour juvenile effort at discussing questions b...

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. — 17 May 1849

s. q ib v u v Fraternity. What though the crowds who shout the word, Pervert the meaning it should bear, And feel their hearts with hatred stirred. Even while their plaudits load the air; Yet shall not we, thou mighty Thought, Despair thy triumph yet to see, Nor doubt the good that shall be wrought Iu thy great name. Fraternity. By prophets told, by psalmists sung, Preached on the mount by lips sublime, The theme of every sage's tongue For twice a thousand years of time; What happy progress hast thou made? What bliss to man has flowed from thee? What war and bloodshed hast thou stayed? What peace affirmed? Fraternity. Alas, the years have failed to teach The obvious lesson to mankiud; A myriad preachers failed to preach - Conviction to tho deaf and blind. Still do wo rush to furious war, Still to the slaver bend the knee, And still, most Christian as we are, Forget thy name. Fraternity. And shall we, crammed with mutual hates, Despise our neighbor for a flaw? And sneer because he pr...

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. — 24 May 1849

A .-( i i t7 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV; -WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." I 'BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY,- MAY- 2i, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 33. - . i i r .1 4 1 1 31 i SELECT T A L E. ''om Scott's Weekly Paper. I TO; SEVER M1RRY A MECH1SIC. BY LILLE LILBER.VE. Angel form are watching o'er me, Ua my brow I feel iheir breath, And it coo la the brain thai' burning With the leprosy of ddath. Faint, weak, languid an J exhausted, Clinton Courtland opened his eyes to the alight morning light that was admitted into his chamber. Catharine stood bending over him. He recognized her and faintly nailed, and attempted to speak. WiJi a look of alarm she laid her white fingers . upon his marble lips and said You mast not speak; the physician has forbidden it; the slightest exertion may in jure you.' One grateful look he bent upon herpale face as she turned away. Lawrence too was . there. . lie approached and, taking the almost lifeless hand of his cousin with...

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. — 24 May 1849

u u I; in 1 !'- , ! !, i " i J,-' j .. .! A f;':-? tt r : ft I t n i . i U. 5 1 Up, Brothers, Up. BY C. D. STUART. Up, brothers, up! tlio light begins Along the eastern sky. To promise that Ilia night ia past, And belter days are nigh; A clarion voico rings o'er the hilla. The valleys catch tho sound And freedom is the stirring cry That fill tho xvorld around! It pierces through the fading gloom, Its strength tho peasant feais And old oppression from its throne tVith shame and terror reels; All men lift up their hands, More fear!es3 and more free, And loud rings out the common shout, No more we'll benJ the knee! From smithy-forge, from fisher's cof, From ploughs that break the lea. From iron looms, from smoky miucs, From ships that cleave the sea One voice unites, and mightier Sweeps on and ever on; Tha tyrant day, tho vassal's work. Are gone! forever gone! Up, brothers, up! and shara the light, Rejoice the day has come, When freedom decks the lowest shrine, And guards the poorest h...

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. — 24 May 1849
Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 May 1849
Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 May 1849

ii 11 1 III! 1 I I III III III III III III III 111 IB t III III III III 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' I3V JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 31. Carry Me Back. Virginia's woods were clothed in green, When from my home I turned, With hope to win undying fame, My youthful passion burned. I'm dying now in a foreign land. Life's cherished dream is o'er; Oh carry me back to old Virginia, To old Virginia's shore: I'm dying, dying all alone, And not a friend is near; No brotlier.s voice, no sister's sigh, Falls on my dying car. Ob, for a heart that Iove3 mo now, Ere life's wild dream is o'er, To carry me back to old Virginia, To old Virginia's fchore. It may not bo 'neath Italia's sky Oh let me gently sleep, Where spangling Tiber's yellow waves To ocean's bosom sweep; . And there in slumbers soft I'll Ho, And dream forever more, That you carried me back to old Virginia, To old Virginia's shore. IV...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 May 1849

From the New Vork Home Journal. AIHer-1-cssoii Of the Astor-Place Riot. Therp are two dillerent lessons, it seems to us, of which the late Astor-Place traced v is a wniiesome and lorcibte re minder. The first, that THE LAW IS SUPREME, was thorough, as it well needed to be, and" has been sufficiently discussed in the daily papers. The second, though nerhaDS in the Ion? run almost as important, has scarcely been alluded to by our brethren of the Press. ' viz: that WEALTH IN A REPUBLIC SHOULD liE MINDFUL WHERE ITS LUXU R1ES Or i END. We trust our readers will not find tedious the one or two views we mav find itnecessarv to express, in il- lustration of our meaning. To charge the deplorable riot of Astor- Place upon those who are alone guilty of it, is not diflicult, and has been very gen erally and correctly done, r or its instiga tion, promotion, uproar and violence, the lowest class of our citizens the mobo- cratic, unprincipled and turbulent were alone to blame. The reprobation of t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 May 1849

M0UNTAI1V SENTINEL. EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, May 31, 1849. jj"The 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. W. Carr, E cans' Buildings, Third St., Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau St., Ntw York. DThe reader is referred to an article In another part of to-day's paper from the New York Home Journal, in relation to the late Ator Place Tragedy. It seems to us the most impartial and correct history of that event we have seen, and the causes there assigned which brought it about, arc so essentially different from the many statements going the rounds of the papers, that we deemed it best to give the entire article for the satisfaction o...

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. — 31 May 1849

(D IB Y The Voice of the Pestilence. This splendid poem was written in 1831, on the approach of the Cholera from the east to ward the western part of Europe, and it is ap. propriate to its renewed apparition and west ward progress, as mentioned in recent journal. For vigorous expression, sublime thought, and high poetical finish, we have seldom met with poetry to excel it, and we are sorry that we cannot give the author's name. Pennsylv'n. Breathless the course of the Pale While Horse Bearing the ghastly form Rapid and dark as the spectre bark When it sweeps before the storm! Balcfully bright through tho torrid night Ensanguined meteors glare Fiercely tho spires of volcanic fires . Stream on the sulphurous air! Shades of the slain thro' the murderer's brain Flit terrible and drear Shadowy and swift the black storm-drift Doth trample the atmosphere! But swifter than all, wi'.h a darker pall Of terror around my path, 1 iiave arisen from my lampless prison Slave of the high God's wrath...

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 June 1849

- j t i A t;- WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, AVE CEASE TO FOLLOW ii i WE c WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THMWA1 i ii 4 i BY JOHN G. GIVEN. Tearless aiid Faithful Labor fearless, labor faithful ' Labor while the clay shall last, For the shadows of the evening: Soon the sky will overcast? Ere shall end the Jay of labor, Ere shall rest thy manhood's sun; Strive with everypower within thee, That the appointed task be done. Life is not the trackless shadow, Nor the wave upon the beach, Though our days are brief, yet lasting Is the stamp we give, to eacli. "Life is real, life is earnest," Full of labor, full of thought; Every hour and every moment 1$ with living vigor fraught. Fearless wage life's earnest conflict. Faithful to thy highest tiust, If thou'It have a memory cherished, And a path bright as the just. Labor fearless, labor faithful. Labor until set of sun, And the welcome shall await thee, Promised plaudit of "Well done!" MI S C E L L A H E U O S From the L.ady'8 National Magazine...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 June 1849

Taylor's Pledges Exposed. . THE POSITION OF A NO PARTV MAX DEFENDED. The following letter, says the Wash ington Union, carries force with it, be cause Its main statement is true. General Taylor could never have been elected without the vote of the Taylor democrats, and he could never have obtained their votes without the pledges which he gave. We call the reader's attention particularly to the correspondence which passed be tween Mi. Lijpard and General Taylor during the camlaign. The General's let ter to Mr. L. las been frequently publish ed, but Mr. Is letter to the General is now for the fit time given to the world. This letter shjds light upon the General's. It shows whv the General wrote his let ter, and hoivjt is to be interpreted. Phadelphia, May 22, 1849. "Will youardon me if I make bold to say a few yrds with you in exlanationof the reasonswhich induced me to support you for thofllce of President of the Uni ted States' These reasons may also give some ideqpf the motives whi...

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 June 1849

lllOlJNTAISEiYTiSr f EBENSBURG, PA. ?! j7"Tiie Sentinel, has much the largest cir culation of any paper published in this county i and as an advertising sheet offers superior linducements to merchants and business men Generally. Those desirous of making us of ithis medium for extendmz their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents; John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. T 11? - . T - 7 7 : Tr - .1 j .1 Philadelphia. I Win . A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. I George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Niw York. To Correspondents. "One of 'Em" will nDDcarinour next. His favor came to hand loo late to receive attention this week. Error. Ono of those annoying mistakes with which Printers are occasionally troubled will be found in the List of lietailtrs on our outside. It states that "to provide for the j giadual and certain extinguishment f l,ie I Commonwealth" etc., when it should read to provide for the gradual and certain extinguish- mont of the debt of the Commonw...

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 June 1849

Qniz at Politicians. BY JAMES T. FIELDS. Poor child cf fancy, party's candidate, Born of a caucus, what shall be thy fate! Nursed by a clique, perplexed I see thee stand, Holding a letter in thy doubtful hand; It comes with questions that demand replies, Important, weighty, relevant and wise. Respected Sir," the sheet of queries runs, In solid phalanx, like election buns, Respected Sir, we humbly beg to know Your mind on matters that we name below; Be firm, consistent, that is, if you can; The country rocks and we must know our man. And first. What think you of the Northern Lights, And is it fatal when a mad dog biles? Do vou allow your corn to mix with peas, . ; . : -i ? Ana uo you uouoi inc moon is one im vucc&e J fall your young1 potatoes should disease, What neighbor's patch would you incline to fleece? When Lot's slow help-meet made that foolish halt, H'dB she half rock, or only table salt? And had the ark run thumping on the slumps, Would you, if there, have aided at the p...

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 June 1849

1i 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WUEX THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EliENSBURG, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 36. 1 - A'A ; i ' ' 4 'LL ' i From Vie Pennsylvanian. Tlie Golden Dream is Broken. BJL THOMAS J. DIEHL. I Ahi th goldon'Jream ia broken,, JLU it'a happy fancies o'er; . , .JVto by the wordatheia'at spolen, I We roust part to njeetjao yc. , v rr t eauLI-not iinrcr neir lb When another won thy nnk; It would lose its power to chedme, Where it meant for him thejhile. Ah! the golden dream is brokeV I have cherished Jong andVn And by the words thou'st spoke We must never meet again. But the hours we've passed togel Are deep craven on my heart. And their meui'ry '11 cheer me eve If forever wo must part. Ah! the rolden ' dream is broken. . Another claims thee as his bride; And by the words thou'st spoken I am banished from thv sido. But shoulJ evil e'er befsd thoe In thv darksome hour of need I only beg thou will recall me I wil...

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 June 1849

ARRIVAL Of THE STEAMSHIP EUROPA. ONE WEEK LATER FRO M EUROPE. JIECOOXITION OF. THE FRENCH REPUBLIC Y RUSSIA. ATTEMPT TO KILL VICTORIA. St. John's, N fa., June G -11 A.'JYl. The steamship;, Europa, Capt. Lott, reached Halifax at noou on Tuesday. The Europa brings fifty-three passen- D-nrs. but no snecie. She will be due at at Boston early on Thursday morning. - -The Cambria readied Liverpool on the 21st ult. The French had not, at last accounts, entered Rome. Nothing important from Hungary. Canadian affairs have not been discussed in Parliament. meet the Czar ol Kussia, at Warsaw. Father JMatthw sailed in the Ashburtcm on thq2Gthult. . .. The,' war between' the' Danes and Prus sians continued, without any decisive re suit ar prospect of an early issue. ' The -EinDcror of Russia has recognized the French -Republic, and simultaneously issued a manifesto, announcing his deter mination to interfere" in the Austrian and 1 fun sy- v't nnniifl in mirTirll llf CnPk'S HI the mission of his Go...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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