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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 June 1850

u "f. "'- . s, M From the Germantown Telegraph. Turning in Green Crops. During the last ten years the practice of turning in green crops has been extensive ly adopted, and so far as my information extends it has been attended with the most flattering results. Old, worn-out fields which had become so thoroughly emascu lated as scarcely to repay the cost of cul tivation, have, by this process, been thor oughly renovated, and at less cost, proba bly, than they could have been in any other way. In passing through the coun try, our attention is often drawn to farms which have been impoverished by an enor mous and emasculating system of cropping to the state of barren karro fields. Noth ing can be more forbidding than the ap pearance of barrenness which they exhibit; yet even those are not hopelessly barren. By plowing under the slight vegetation they produce and following up the under taking by a iiberal application of lime, un less the soil itself is of acalcarious nature, and then sowi...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 June 1850

A cargo of ice has been taken from Massa chusetts to Alexandria; Egypt, -the first" ever brought to that port from any part of the world. AH the "people flocked on board to see the "fro aen water." Tlie racha, and all the distingves of the government, were theri to look at the Yankee -curiosity.- The government purchasi-d the. entire cargo. ., . . . . Cliolcrw Morbus, KIAI THE lOLLOWlXG EXTRAORDINARY CXRR. I hereby certify tha-t about two weeks ngo 1 seized. .with a violent attack of Vomiting t urging, (Cholera Morbus,) with vcrv dis tressing Yains in the stomach fin.l knwi 1 wlii-li was 'completely removed by two tca-spoonfn j doaea of the Petroleum, taken in . Mttv After liavingtaken thefirst dose,I slept soundlv I ind comfortably for three hours. Signed HENRY WISE, JR., Oa board Steamboat Ariadne Attest MM ROD GRABILL. Pittsburg, December 12, 1840. Symptoms ofUleitc Should never be disregarded. Tfcty are une r ring indication that the vital functious of nature hare been interrupt...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 June 1850

ft "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES . POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD WE CEASE TO rOLLOW. BY JQHN G. GIVEN. EttUNSBURG, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1850. VOL. (. IVO. 38. 1 ! X 111 III 5 t J IVE ZlS'O H Xi L A IT S O US. - WASHINGTON. BIS UOME AND U3DSEU0LO, Order, Method, Economy, Pnndualily. From the Cuttis Recollections af the life and Character of Washington. Whenever Washington established a horns whether temporary or fixed wheth er amid the log huts of Morristown or the Valley Forge, the Presidential mansions in New. York or Philadelphia, or his own beloved Mount Vernon -every where or der, method, punctuality, economy reigned. II is household, whether civil or military, was always upon a liberal scale, anil was conducted with regard to economy 3nd usefulness. The Steward. Francis, who kept the tavern in New York where Washington took leave of his officers 1783, was the first Steward to the President. Francis was a rare Whig in the Revolutionary day and attached no little imp...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 June 1850

M0DNTM8EBML EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1850. FOR CONGRESS, GEN. JOSEPH M'DONALD, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, Subject to the deei sion of the Democratic Con gressional Conference. STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery County, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, EPHRAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. PORTER DRAW LEV, Of Crawford County. Coiuily Nominations. COMMISSIONER. JAMES SKELLV, Of Summer hill Township. PROSECUTING A TTORNE Y. MICHAEL HASSON, Of Ebenslurg. CO UNTY S UR VE YO A. THOMAS M'CONNELL, Of Summer hill Township. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Susquehanna Township. 0Thb 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 C rouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Ca...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 June 1850

had sent to the editor of the Herald the fsllowinc laconic and very pugnacious epistle: AT p, Willis to . G. Bennett. I ootice in this day's Herald a scurril ous aliack oo me, and t now give you in r notice, that if you ever again allude to me, save in such manner as may be un objectionable, I will cuigel you within an inch rf your life. 1 have too long sub mitted to this unprovoked insolence, and have determined to put an end to it. Yours, &.C., N. P. WILLS. To J. O. Bennett. To this "for notice," Mr. Bennett re plied, by' saying and publishing, that he had "lived too long in the world, and en countered too may heroes of all kinds, to be much afraid of anything in the shape of man, women, or devil." Mr. Forrest and Mr. Willis are both considered, we believe, to be fighting men, and it may be, therefore, that this matter will yet be adjusted without exploding gunpowder, inasmuch as New York 13 on the side oflhe anti-duelling line The law. suit is only a collateral proceeding, pr...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 June 1850

A From the Bolton Pott. Wife and Home. FOR THE LADIES. Lt rakes extol roving life. Of freedom prate, and all that; Of noisy brats, a scolding wife. And doctor's bills, and all that. Though foola may rail, and jest and scoff, A wife's the thing for all that; The time, they'll find is not Jar off, rVbeo so they'll think for all that. Tie true, when youth and fortune smile And health is firm and alt that; When wine, and song, and dance beguile, Variety, and all that; When every place where'er yon roam, Has jolly friends and all that; You want for neither wife nor home, Nor sympathy, nor all Hut. Our age comes on with stealthy pace And sobsr thoughts, and all that; Trouble will show her frowning face, Sickness and pain, and all that. The feast, the bowl will lose their powers, And revelry and al that; Then shall we need, to cheer the hours, A wife, and home, and all that. Oh! "when misfortune clouds the brow," Disease and death, ajiJ all that. Then, "woman, then an angel thou," To sooth...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 July 1850

A 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY? WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOIlxN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1850. vol. c. ivo. 39. 1 II J I II I I III iei hi hi M I S O E L L A N E O P S. From the Republican and Argus. "OLD K E N T U C K." A True Story. , O! Kentucky The Lantera of Kentucky." Western Song. Soma years since I left Pittsburg in a first rate steamer on my way to New Or leans. I was bound upon a rare trip of pleasure, and full of health and the excite ment consequent upon it, and was alive to every scene around and every character about me. And the characters upon our western waters fifteen years ago had more character in them, just the scenes around one had more of nature in them than now inasmuch as art had not displayed as much of her power there as she has since a power which, with enlightened laws and Republican institutions is destined, as I believe, to make the west the model-land of the world. One day, I think it was the day...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 July 1850

.t V i v l MOUiWAIMTIlL EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1850. FOR CONGRESS, GEN. JOSEPH M'DONALD, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, Suhjeet to the decision of the Democratic Con gressional Conference. STATE NOrfTINiLTIOXTS. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery County, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, EPHRA1M BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. I OR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. POUTER. BR AW LEV, Of Crawford County. Con illy Nominations. COMMISSIONER. JAMES SKULL Y, Of Summer hill Toicnship. PROSECUTING A TTORNEY. MICHAEL 1IASSON, Of Elensburg. COUNTY SURVEYOR. THOMAS M CONNELL, Of Summerhill Township. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Susquehanna Township. COUNTY COMMITTEE. Jaract Murray, Chairman, John C. O'Neill, .John A. Blair, George Delany, Patrick Shiels, Stephen Lloyd, Jr Mathiaa S. ilarr, James Kennedy, John Flick, Andrew Burgoon, Geo. Kutlodgo, Edward Irwin, John Eijan, Jonn Murray, Smith Sergeant, James Potts, Thom. bb A. Maguire, W. W. Harris, Feter Singer, Lewi Dnnmire. John J. Hornor, James Burk, Jaco...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 July 1850

saw one person who had 200 pounds. From careful inquiry and investigation, they werejaatisfied to return to the digging in this direction. Except some rugged and steep mountains, the roads were found excellent. Placer Times. Holding a Corpse for Petit. A young man, a stranger, died .at a boarding house. in New York, the other day, and the boarders contributed sufficient money to bury him. The Tribune says: The man of the house sent for the cof fin, at his own request, and got one worth 4 or $5; for which he charged S12. The .night before the funeral he locked up the body, refusing to let the friends see it, and when the boarders and others assembled at 2 o'clock, the next day, to perform the rites of burial, the hearse being at the door, he flatly refused to unlock the door, saying that if the 85 which the deceaspd owed him was not paid, he would send the body to Potter's Field. The young men, shocked at the atrocious conduct of this vampyre, borrowed the money, re . deemed the dead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 July 1850

JU 1 t (D m p From Godey's Lady's Book. Yankee Doodle. Tune "Yankee Boodle." BY THOMAS S. DOXOJIO. "Yankee Doodle!" Long ago They played it to deride us; Rut now we march to victory. And that's the tune to guide us! Yankee Doodle! ha! ha! ha! Yankee Doodle Dandy! How we made the Red Coats run At Yankee Doodle Dandy! To fight is not a pleasant game; But, if wc must, we'll do it! When "Yankee Doodle" once begins, Our Yankee boys go through it! Yankee Doodle! ha! ha! ha! Yankee Doodle Dandy! "Go ahead!" the ciptains cry, At Yankee Doodle Dandy! And let her come upon the sea, The insolent invader There the Yankee boys will be Prepared to serenade her! Yankee Doodle! ha! ha hu Yankee Doodle Dandy! Yankee guns will sing the bass Of Yankee Doodle Dandy! "Yankee Doodle!" How it brings The good old days before us! Two or three began the song Millions join the chorus! Yankee Doodle! ha! ha! ha! Yankee Doodle Dandy! Rolling round the Continent Is Yankee Doodle Dandy! "Yankee Doodle!" Not alone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 July 1850

-Utrf-tr i i in n VV 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV; WHEN TIIEV CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN EHENSBURG, THURSDAY, JULY II, 1850. VOL. C- IV O. 40. Nr -yr ivr I S O E Xi X. A IT E O US. Tte Coa!essioa of Professor Wets!!-, c! ths Mur der of Dr. Parkmau. Boston. July 2, 1830; At the meeting of the Council.'this moij ning, the case of Prof. Webster was re ferred to a committee. Before the committee, at 12 o'clock, ap peared the Rev. Di. Putnam, the spiritual adviser of the condemned, with a petition for a commutation of punishment, togeth er with a confession that he killed Dr. Parkman. The Reverend gentleman prefaced ' the statement by a few remarks relative to the manner in which the confession was made to him. He stated that he had no previ ous acquaintanceship with Prof. Webster, before being called to act in the capacity of his spiritual adviser. In the first few weeks of his visits, he sought no acknowl edgement of the prisoner. At length,...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 July 1850

JU 1 ; ''. i : ! M0UNTMS1TI1L iTIMl gem mines the greatest body of foreigners! was an officer in the Mexican war, and? raging with great violence. 'uu, du iu uic wtumv 01 mewas nigniy esteemed lor his many virtuesfgot under to-niffht. Vw.,v..au vauiji mi-jr uuiuuci many mou-gas an omcer ana as a man. His remains sands alone, the proportion to A'.nencansjwill be taken to Bedford to-day, where wn.- uiuic ounuayms relatives reside. the 17th inst., they held a Urge meeting! ri-The above we cut from the Phila at Sonora. and passed resolinmn m rPQ-stl. . .. . u,e 1 " the navraent of the tax. tu .,i ; fcde,Ph,a rennsylvaman, and the editor J M iivtv ju3icu tii-m flammatory placards in. derision of thewl11 no douot De astonished to find that American population, and seemed to his "esteemed corresDondent " has nlavptl2r.;. it: . , M I J JIH.ll M Uill coun wiiai irauit: in i.ne sequel. readers. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1850. FOR CONGRESS, GEN. JOSEPH JU'DONALD. OF CAMBRIA COUNTY, Sub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 July 1850

Y cf rorl:. which ihev had to climb, and Hatfecsr ftrtau iMajor represents the Indtuns to bare beerlTfQ Q SBST-23 U3I KDcrofrw trhich the could no, ' TLxnn ct fat.cnfi.-i letter isejquiet for sose months par. forawfefeir n fir Frrf CScS EbcraA troid; narrow rorgestb, rouge wLichiney Hayana, June 29, m the Mobe 7ri2e. Ad lb; trails destined for Ssrila Fe wrr? lr-Jujv jj.- 2X-o. I Lad id ts2- and cilh uariower c ihs nlon from a reniieman w bo had lately nrri.-ed'ret-lnr aiunr xery weLL Met Fit z Patrick 1 f . F whose crests nothing i,iia uiu.e cue:! there, and hud been iery catxpesCii f me: a company cf aootri 203 Chtees.V .ti,Kff, r i.b f rc -rjiXj 2 n roared of safety, and where U-ermkied lo land without a pas port, S2jr: ihavinir x:v -warons with th the slirhiert misstep -yould iutid rider? Genera- accredited rumors are infroute to Culirorcia. .2. X nd jul hundreds offer', brlow; but 1 1 t-y .; : circulation, trial nerotiations jcr lbs per-feca Jim C7, pushed on about two hutdred a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 July 1850

--go m & THE LAY OF THE FAMINE. Bright wai your noble eye, Kathleen, Smooth was your sunny brow. On that fair morn, my Kathleen, When you breathed your bridal vow; Joy wove its choicest treasures round us; Fflace came with all ber smiling train; Mirth in bis magic circle bound us, -Whence fled the phantoms, Grief and Paia. Few yearB have passed my Kathleen, Since you breathed your bridal vow, Hope smiling o'er us, Kathleen O God, to see you now! To ee your bluo eyes waning, waning. To tee your brow to eeam'd with pain! To see gaunt hunger' red tooth draining The life-blood from e ach throbbing vein ! Fair waa our first born, Kathleen , Aa It hung upon your breast; Oh! weep not, weep pot, Kathleen, Why mourn its speedy rest? And tell me not iti smiles would lighten Thtf'pario- that revel through this heart; Say, bow cculd emiles ita young cheek" brighten, While Famine struck with venom'd dart! Oat laat, our youngest. Kathleen Forgivo this struggling tear-'. Ita sinking cries, my ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 July 1850

rr4 "WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY', WHEN" THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY. JULY IS, 1S50. VOL. 0 NO. 11 A I r r J v v MISCELLANEOUS. WHO IS SHE? BY ELLEN ASIITON. Mary Murray, you say and, pray, who is she?" These words .were addressed by one young lady to another, in reference to an acquaintance to whom one of them had just bowed. "Who? The daughter of Widow Mur ray. A dear, sweet, amiable girl as ever lived la Mary, too you ought to know her." "I'd rather not," said the first speaker, with a toss of the head. "The daughter ot wiaow Murray, who keeps a petty thread and-needle store! Why, the next thing will be to associate with one's kitch en maids." "But, in this country, Emma, it is merit that makes the rank," replied the other. "Here, you know, we have no aristocracy. Mary Murray is more beautiful, more ac complished, and more amiable, too, than half my school mates." "Well, I can tell you one thing, if you keep up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 July 1850

J Li i. '!' T i from which, however much I may be op pressed by them, I dare not shrink, and I rely upon Him who holds in his hands the destinies of nations, to endow me with requisite strength for the task, and to avert from our country the evils apprehended from the heavy calamity which has befal len it. I shall most readily concur in whatever measure the wisdom of the two Houses may suggest as befitting this deeply mel ancholy occasion. M. FILLMORE. Eulogies were then delivered on the character of the deceased, and appropriate resolutions passed. At about 2 o'clock the House adjourned till to morrow. In Senate similar proceedings were had. The Laic Conflagration. The subject of the late fire continues to occupy the public mind of Philadel phia, almost to the exclusion of every other topic. We arc glad to have ob served, and it is an honorable trait in the character of our citizens, that the loss of life thus occasioned obtains so much more consideration than does the vast wre ck ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 July 1850

good gamblers. May they pla and beat for us at all times; By Peter Fox To those deserting our ranks and wearing their uniforms on all occasions: May they always want for something to protect them in the way of clothes. By Samuel S. Beck Captain JVm. M. Ott: May he never do alight" to impair the laurels already on his brow. By John Trotter, Esq. ThV Quitman Guards: When they are called forth to the Battle field may they never be woun ded in the back, and when they return may each marry a Jefferson Gal. By Jacob Fell George TVashington: May the people ot the United States never forget his glorious needs. By William O. Skelly The Quitman Guards: May the sumptuous least they this day sat down to never be forgotten By John M'Kinzie, Jr. 7 he Jefferson JLadies: May they live long and always he well " Guarded. By Francis A. Keech: Long may the Eagle with her white wing. Hover o er America without a King. By John O Donnel May prosperity crown our efforts. By "Lieut. Barbour Our Company: Lik...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 July 1850

JU 1 .i ip cp a ar ia THE COOTRY LASSIE AXDIILU LOVER. BY RICHARD COE, JR. 'To-morrow, ma, I'm sweet sixteen. And Billy Grimes, the drover. Has popp'd tho question to me, ma, And wants to be my lover; To-morrow morn, he says, mamma. lie's coming here quite early, To take a pleasant walk with mo Across the field of barley." You must not go, my gentle dear, There's no use now a talking; You shall not go across the field With Billy Grimes a-walking. To think of his presumption, too! The dirty, ugly drovor, I wonder where your pride has gone, To think of such a rover!" "Old Grimes is dead, you know, mamma, And Billy is bo lonely! Besides, they say, to Grimes' estate That Billy is the only Surviving heir to all that's loft; And that, the say, is nearly A good ten thousand dollars, ma About six hundred yearly'." "I did not hear, my daughter dear, Your last remark quite clearly. But Billy is a clever lad, And no doubt loves you dearly! Remember, then, to-morrow mom, To be up bright and ear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 July 1850

Ifi 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN EBENSBURG THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1850. VOL. 6. NO. 42. AAAA A ftl IE CIIL ANOUS. Peter Flinn's Luck. BY FALCONRIDGE. . Is that beautiful, quiet city of parallel streets, sweet butter and sweet women Philadelphia there once did live a certain native of the Emerald Isle, called Peter Flinn. His vocation was that of the most honorable, because of its usefulness to the commercial world driving a dray. Peter owned a very ancient and nowise spry horse, and an equally unstable dray, by means whereof he essayed, and by dint of great physical exertion succeeded in ob taining for his large and growing family a tolerable living. Stephen Girard lived and carried on his immense mercantile transactions at the time of which I write, and was a principal performer in my little story. The one- eyed little Frenchman the great pet of dame Fortune was not a man ol very wonderful developcment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 July 1850

EULOGY Oa thf life and Character of S'ESBJUL ZlCHiRY TAILOR. Ebensbuko, July 21st J 850. R. L. Johnston, Esq. Dear Sir: The undersigned having been appointed a committee, to re quest of you, a copy of your Oration on the life and services of the late Pesident Qen. Zachary Taylor, lor the purpose of publication, trust that you will comply with their request. The committee deem it a pleasant duty to be instrumental m laying belore tne public, a production of such rare merit on a eubiect so illustrious. Your compliance will much oblige your fellow citizens, and particularly M. HASSON, ") JOHN BRAWLEY, yCom. JOHN FENLON. J Gentlemen: The crude and illy prepared Eulogium of the 20th, owing to want of time, and other causes, was deemed fitting for the ears only of indulgent friends, who Know all the circumstances, and who could excuse every short coming. I fear your partiality for the author, has extended to the production. Hoping, however, that the "rest of man kind" will treat it as ind...

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