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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 April 1850

Trouble Between Prnssia and HanoTer. The Deutsche Reform, publishes two important documents on the subject of the accession of .Hanover from the Prussia League. The first of these documents is a circular jvhich Barn Schleitz ad dressed on the 13ih insl. toih Hanovrian Ambassador in Herling. and to the Prus sian Embassies in foreign countries. This ciicutir, refering to the minutes cf the Administrative Council containing the declaration of the Hanoverian Gov ernment respecting its secession from the League of the 20ih of May, 1849, and referring likewise to the second dispatch, contains this statement: "Obedient to his Majesty's orders, I have instructed His Majesty's Ambassa dor at Hanover immediately to quit his 03 1 until further notice, and to return to erlin. After having, according to my in structions, informed the Hanoverian Cab inet of this order by means of a verbal communication, the Ambassador has ar rived at this place." The second dispatch which is dated the Oth of Marc...

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. — 18 April 1850

GOOD WISHES FOR THE UNION. BV B. B. FRENCH. Tlit burest, trueat, best of rota With patriot dread behold, Ths dark and dismal clou J that seem Oar Union to enfold, Kouio ye, ye sous of those who died To fire this Nation birth The happiest and the' fairest land- Of all the peopled earth Kouic ye, je patriots ot the North Treason mid yoa bath thriven " " For traitor voices have proclaimed Thia Union must be riven'. " Souse ye, ye Southern Statesmen rouse 1 And lend ypur power to save Our Constitution from its death And Freedom from its gravr! .-.'.' - . - . Oh that same pure Archangel, Sent down from Heaven's bright band, Wcnhl sound the Yoice of Warning.-- " Through all this glorious land , As a hojrald from our God above Whose poodoees and whesa might. By miracles, to us has taught That "God defends the right And that the words of warning Thus on each ear mighj fait, "Let each to all the rest be tru. And God will proper all." - Maine would respond, N. Hampshire's voice Would shout th...

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. — 25 April 1850

1 'WE OO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POtNT THE WAY ; WKEK THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASK TO FOLLOW." ... ! BY JOHN G. GIVEN E BENS BURG, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1850. VOL. C. NO. 29. L ill 1 1 i 1 l ' pi r mi iri i XVX'X S C E Is Zt A N E O U S LYDIA LlTTLlS-LOVERS' i: . Or, The Rivals in a -Fix." BY PAUL CLAYTON'. -One of the prettiest lasses ihat ever grac ed a country dance, or turned the head of aover, wis Lydia Little, ihe subject; of the following sketch. Nobody could - deny it; she was very pretty. Even her rivals allowed that she was "quite ' fascinating, and her bitterest enemies declared that after all she was a beauty' Although Lvdia was really hanchome, it was a very unfortunate circumstance that she was conscious of the fact. It is no . l n wT.rrttr rr!rl i f hp HllPKn't luiutv ij il i'"-1' fi,,, know it; but Lydia had quite as perfect a knowledge of her charms as even her war mest admirers,' and the consequence was, she became one of the most vain, shrewd, and heartless coqu...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 April 1850

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, APRI' FOR CONGRESS, GEN. JOS'na M'lJONALD,- OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, Subject ;a t'At decision i,f the Democratic Con gressional Conference. IEJ'Tme Scntixel, Aa much the largest cir Citation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet ojfr superior inducements to merchants and business men generally, i hose desirous of making us of mis mraium jor extending their business can do so bu either sending their notices direct, or through the Julia w my agents. John Crouse, Eq , Johnstown. E. XV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadelphia. fcV. B. Falmer. Eq. NeioYork Philad "Iphia, DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. The Democratic citizen of Carnbri . con my will meet al the election houe in their sever, at toMM)hi on Saturday the 27th insi., for the purpose of electme dt-l?jatt.n from each election ili.-trict t" inet in Cnv nlion al the Court House in ihe Borough of Eben.hu.tr on the following VI i.nd j jr. whue duly it t-hnll be t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 April 1850

The Russian Ambassador has been re called. Germany. Berlin is said to be "Winded with fearful barricados, which has already been commenced near one of the gates ot the cit)-. The German parliament assembled ... svr.irt. on the 30th March. Advices are received to the 20;h. at which nine lit tle had been done beyond organizing the Assembly, his said thai negotiations have been issued by the Central States for the purpose of buying American vessels of War, completely equipped for service. Spain . The report from Madrid of a speedy re conciliation between the English and Spanish Governments is confirmed. The State of Cuba causes the greatest olichude to be felt on the part of the Spa nish Government. Turkey. Recent advices from Constantinople late that preparations wore being made to conduct Kossuth and the other liungari. n refugees to Kutahia or SLsia Minor, where they are to be connneu, n is saiu, iui uc vein. A despatch of the 20th of March from Trieste, state that the insurrection ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 April 1850

Z n. Jit Take the World u it Moves. BY CHARLES SWAIN. Take tho world aa it is! there are good an J bid irt it. And good and bad will be from now to ihs end; And ihey who expect to make sainls i; a min Dte, - Are ia danger of marring more hearts than they'll mend. If ye with to be happy ne'er seek for the fault Or you're sure to Gad something or pother mis; tMid much that debate., and much that exalts, Trio wor!d'i not a bad one it' left as it is! Ttke the wor!d as it is! if the surface ho shin- Nt'er stir up lha sediment hidden be'ov! There' wisdom in this Lut there's none in re. pining, know; O'er things which can early be nienJe I, we There' a Leuuly around us, w hich letuscujy And chide not unless it may bo with a ki ss; Though Earth's not the Heaven we thought when a boy," There' something to live tor, if ta'en 9 it isl Take the world aa it is! with its smiles and its sorrow, iiu !i Its lave and itsTriondship its falsehoods and Its schemes that depend oil tlu bretth of to morrow...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 May 1850

BV JOHN G. GIVEN. MISOIILAHIOUS. CHAllLt;SKLLISTUN. A CAPITAL STORF. "I mnst leave this phce to-night; I can bear their marked neglect and open taunts no longer." said Charles Elliston, and he left the richly furnished parlor, where, with 'tome fashionable guests sat Mrs. Merton and her two eldest daughters, and went forth into the garden. "Yes, must go ' he continued, "no one cares for me; and why should they for the penniless be ing, whose very origin is unknown? Alas, how hard it is to be thus cast upon the world friendless, and beloved by none none none'.' And he buried his face in his hands, overcome with the intensity of his feel ings. None, Charles? said a clear, silvery Toice behind him, while a hand was gent ly laid upon his shoulder. He started, and turning round, said "Yes, yes, Helen, pardon me. I -spoke unthinkingly.- You still love me?" he ad ded inquiringly. "I do, Charles, and my father " "Yes, your father, my noble benefactor Helen He still loves me " "Then why leav...

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

m EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, MAY 2. 1850. .FOR CONGRESS, GEN. JOSEPH M'DONALD, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, Subject to the decision of the Democratic Con. gressional Conference. 0Tii Sentinel, hat much the largest cir eulation of any paper published in this county -and at an advertising sheet off-rs superior inducements to mercha ntt and. bumiitena mm generally. Those desirous of making tits of - T ( - . . . - J ihi meutumjor extending their business can. do to by either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents: John Crouse, Eq., Johnstown. E. XV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st TkHmd,lphia. V. tt. Palm-r, Etq., NcvoYork Pkiladtlphia end Baltimore. ETTlic Hon. Lvkw Boyd, of Kentucky, and the lion. Job Mann, of Bedford, will accept our tliaois for several public document. Our thanks are also due Messrs. Drum, Smith CufiVy. M'CIintock and Bra w ley of the Perm. ylvauia Legislature fur simiUr favors. jyThere appears to be no end to tbo -number of officers to be elected by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 May 1850

dition come from the United States, their first act would be to arm the negroes, even if ihey should perish all together. Th Creoles. Generally, are in iaorof annexation, hut the old Spaniards would lose their last drop of blood in tnaii.laiu ing their: sway oer this island, the last remnant of their once gnat American possessions. It is their California their Dorado their ever) thing without which they would be nothing. Every two or three years, swarms of office holders ar rive here from Spain, and in a lew years return in affluence; and about six millions are annually drawn from this island to support the mother country. - If we are to be annexed, it must be peaceably; if by force, Engkuiu and France, I think, would have to interfere. English capitalists have about thirty mil lions or more invested in this island, which would be every cent lost in case ol civilwar. Ifannexation could be brought about by acts ol the pen, instead ol' the sword, it would be to us a great blessing. Ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 May 1850

BEAR ON. BY A. M. EDMOXD. Bear on! What though life's tido may la A current strong opposing thee, And thou hut but a slender sail To spread brtore the adverse gale; When trials lasb the waves to foam. And thou art far from friend ana homo. Yield not lb spirit in despair, But rnanfullv the billows dare; High o'er the waters, wild and cold, Fix thou the steadfast eye and bald . Bear on, bear bravely oa! Bear on! The tvorld may jeer and scoff, And chosen friends may cast thee off; Stay not to weep the br iltle chain , One stormy wind could break in twain. If thou hast found that heart untrue, Which was thy hope, thy idol too, Sink not in sonow's depths profound, Despair will never heal the wound. Give to the past no vain regret, The future lies before thee yet. Bear on, bear bravely on ! Bear on! Dost thy repining eye Bee worthless men exalted high. While modest merit sinks forlorn In cold neglect and cruel scorn 7 O, rever from thy tempted hert Let thino integrity depart. When disappo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 9 May 1850

ft- A . i - - - III! II II III II I II I III ' i ; r ; ; : : : ; ' ' - "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO rOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1850. VOL. 6 NO. 31. MISCELLANEOUS PROFESSOR AOASSIZ. Ftom ike Ckriatian Kegiiter. At the recent scientific convention at ' Charleston, South Carolina, Professor Ag&ssiz developed, with some minuteness of detail, the theory that the human race is not descended, as is generally supposed, from one parent stock, but has diffused itself from several original centres of creation, the progenitors from each portion of the race having been distinguished by such peculiarities as adapted them to their position as to soil and climate, and to Ihe part which the were destined to play in the economy of life. He at the same time expressed his faith in the sacred re cords, and his profound reverence, not only for their religious but their historical contents, maintaining th?t even they...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 9 May 1850

MOUNTAIN SENTIIVEL EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. MAY 9. FOR CONGRESS, 5EN. JOSEPH M'DONALD, Or CAMBRIA COUNTY, Subject t the decision of the Democratic Con. gressional Conference. ETThb Sentinel, has much the largest cir tuUtion 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 btf either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. XV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadelphia. 6 V. B. Palmer, Esq., yeioYork Philadelphi a and Baltimore. Col. Andrew Todd. We neglected in our last to announce that this gentleman has resigned his com mission as Lieutenant Colonel of the Cambria Legion. This step on the par1 of Col. Todd makes it incumbent on the Brigade Inspector to order a new election for the purpose of filling the vacancy. IThe Johnstown Echo and the Hoi lidaysburg W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 9 May 1850

FOREIGN NEWS. AR&1VAL OP 7VE CANADA- L ONE WEEK LATER. HALlfAX 1 ELK GRAPH WFFIOE, " . - Mav 2. P. M. S The Canada arrived here at 10 o'clock, thii rnornins. The Canada had a fine run to New foundland, and would have arrived on Monday, had she not been detained by an immense quantity of ice some thirty hours end ustained very considerable damage especially to her paddles. England. From he manufacturing districts busi ness is more cheering, and trade generally has somewhat improved. The British Ministry have met with another signal defeat, and this time upon a portion of the Chancellor's budget. The defeat came unexpectedly, and crea ted a great sensation. No actual outbreak has occurred on the continent, but from France particularly the reports indicate a very critical state of affairs. France. The Socialists, as the election draws near, evince the most deaUly hatred to wards the present government. They have nominated Eugene Sue as iheir can didate for Paris. 11 is opponent of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 9 May 1850

LET IT COME. Let it come and be not fearful What another hour may bring; For the heart that's alw ays cheerful Feel's not half of sorrow's sling. Griefs dark reign is always sterner, f When he finds an easy prfey. Than when he finds some smiling mourner, Ill-disposed to brook his sway. Let it come, nor idly murmur At the many ills of life; As its trials thicken, firmer Gird your armor for the strife. In the tide of time before you, Good and ill for all are hold ; But the good will not pursue you, Till by earnest force compelled. I-ctit come, and be not fearful What the flight of time may bring; Visions bright and spectres tearful Are behind his shading wing; And to all, as past he flicth. Their allotted part he bears Out his burthen lightest lieth On tho heart that ne'er despairs. Let it come, nor be offended , Should your sky be overcast. And its light again bo blcndod With the shadow of the past. Still with hopes of brighter morrow. Cheer your fainting spirit some; Even though it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 May 1850

( WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES .POINT THE WAV WIIEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW A,n -ti., ' . v - f B V. J U II N G: G I V EX . KISKNSWJltG, TIiUllSDAY,.MAY 16, 1850. VOL. GKO. 22, 3 ' . ' 1 : 1 1 .... , ..... 1 , . . &X180L1 Xj-A 1 EC U & r Win tAc Lactic' Kmtional Magaxinr. Y T W: K K P. G;'ii ;i I- -XN TI1B LIFE OF A CITV BKLLE." BY T. f. ARTHUR. c r ervE first. -! .Isn't sheV glorious creature? said my ! lad in every sense f the word. yqun fnenJ .vlerwyn, Kl--nuin(j as he j 'Merwyn half vexed me by his dissent p3l8 toVA.-Ja a bj-iuiiful gul nmuJ Flo- ting silence. nns AlIcoln, the dauliier of a insrcli.ini Just then he observeel that "Miss"Mal reputed to be rich. '.We were at a party, colm looked pale. Going over quickly to and thaojeci iof. retn ifk sat or rather re- where she was, he inquired if she were clioeJ ue.ir us'bt-'i soU", with a graceful not well, and learned ih.it some particular abaudou, or rather. inUjlei:ce, m tier whole air and attitude i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 May 1850

Austria. The difficulty between; Austria and the Port has been fettled. The Porte hat sent an aotograph letter to the Queen of fftgtend and President or t rance in ac knowledgement of their friendly aid in the extradition'qaestioo.' ' I jRusna. The troops are said to hare commeaed to eradiate the Danudian provinces. ' Greece. ' The mission of Barcn Gross, from the French Government, has, it is said proved a isuure. Admiral Parker still retains possession f the Greek vess-ls. The difficulty with England appears to be as fai as ever fiom a settlement. : M. Home. Great precautions are said to be tak"n to preserve the rope from assassination. No person is allowed to approach htm ex cept by permission iTCurdina Antivello Letters state triat the fope, since: his v ret t n, has drawn up several decrees : which have been suppressed by the Car - dinals; little less tl an an Austr an prisoner. : '1 he first regiment .if th- French dra goons have left Home fir France. - - e - OZ701Z. -The Pres...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 May 1850

t s 4 t s fact f tMjeji OT; in pursuit of; him by j CIt is cacul:t(ed that about eiiflit mil tSt next fletfatff.' . tt chanced, however, lions pers'tis in Erplaiid and . Waifs can tos! our miliUfy rriend was . already on not r ad-or wiite. Tl.is s Mar'y fcalf tjif Iku return tttfrftty ind passed his purstter populat'on. It is also ca'cu'.atfd thnt of Si his route'. he happens to hare a the chifJren m England and Walt s wife in reVEfindr and as the Spanisli betwi en the tipe-s of fivf and f uri en. lady has thXZ&kl in .Mexico we cau 'more than half the number do not ntt-nd hardly tltiflULtft cassis one that will ren-'5rh(o! at M': nnd that those belonging to der it nec4lary (for tht Presidents of the . the pcorfst clas$ s w ho do receive instruc two repuljhciito Interfere m the matter - so far at lestC as that One shall make a rtquisiuqi) wpon the other tor the fugitive in. A little reading and- xrr i ng very from matrimony, , The national treaty is 'often so im erfertly lt-arned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 May 1850

li Pluribu (Iiiiii&i. AN AMERICAN NATIONAL SONO. ST CAM". O. w. COTTER. Thouj many and bright are the stars that p - -. . '" '.'7.". In thatflag by our cnur:trjr unfurlod, Acd the tripes that are swelling la imjcety f there x Like a rsjnbow adorning the world; Tbeir light s are uiulied as ihote in the sky, Dv a deed that our fathers have done ; - ' Arfd there leagued in a troennd as holy a tie, Io their motto of "Many in one." From the hour when these patriots feorlcssly flung i ' ; .. ; :; . , That banner of starlight abroad, - 1 eF truetb"therneIvos7 tolhelr motto- Ibi-y clung - As tbey clung to the premise of God; By the bayonet traced at the midnight Jof war. On te field where out glory was wii; Oh!. perish the heart and the hand'thal would 1 mar; " Our motto of "Many in one." Mid the smoke of the content the cannon's -""deep rar; - - - - . . .... .... ; How oft it hath gathered renown! gore, Vhiie'thoe star were rtfi.e'.ed in rivers of When the cross of the liuu went down; ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 May 1850

it WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEK THEV CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. V 'BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1850. VOL. G. NO. 33. r " rj fly CXX80S LL AN I ; O Xi L THE PAIR OF GLOVES. A RUSSIAN ROMANCE. The crying iniquities of the lettres de ctchct, the abuse of which, it is now needless to dwell on were not peculiar to France, but may be traced throughout Eu rope, disguised under various forms and names. In England, the Bastile was the Tower of London; in Prussia the fortress of Spandau: in Spain the" castle of Pam peluna; in Russia, it was represented by Siberia. The following well authenticated Tact, the last scenes of which have been under our very eves, may be deemed interesting-, as a matter of comparison. . No sight is more striking than a review of St. Petersburg, under the balconies of the mahle palace or in the Place Bof the Admiralty. The bronzed faces of the sol diers, the unmoved sternness of their as peer, the automaton like pre...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 May 1850

iT- '.Ww EBENSBG.PA.. TIlUP,jlAY. MAY 23, 180 'Oi? CONGRESS, GEN. JOSEPH MDONALD, ' Or CAMBRIA COUNTY, Suhjttt to the decision of the Democratic Con i gressional Conference. - ZTThz Sentimkl, Aa much the largest eir culation of any paper published in this count; and as an advertising sheet cffr superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. J hose desirous of making .t: i: r . . .. " J iutr - i through the fullotetne agents: John Crouse, Esq , Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evuns' Buildinr . Z-t:, Fkiladrlphia. ... o third t aJf.'r' Ei ' ?yk Philad e ilphia CT-BvD,v,neprr,-,ti(I tha dedicalioiI ot lb. new Prenyl,,,,,, churcIl, ; (ow wil take p,.co Qn ,0.morrWt (Ffid lhe 4th &l j 0.cIockt p .. ,Jhe Reverend Samuel M. M'Clung is expected to be present and u preach the dedication tcrmoD. I lie citizens of the town and public general!, are rcpo:fu!lr invited to attend. Lieut. Colonel. We have been requested to announce Capt. John J. Worthin.oton as a candi date for. Lieut. Co...

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