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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 August 1850

I requested The ncrrlt!e Traefdj al Trey, N. Y. Troy, Aug. 22. I send you further particulars of the ap palling and bloody tragedy which came to light yesterday morning, at tlie St. Lrml Hotel. About 10 o'clock this forenoon, Mr. R. B. M'Donald, the proprietor of the hotel, thir.kirir there was somet'iliw wrong in the non-anueararu'e of a man left Independence ahout and woman who had stopped as travelers, ur aanta. re, aim mat s.ie went up to their room and knocked at the door, but receiving no answer he opened a small window over the door, when a horrid spectacle was presented. Both man sad woman were dead. The bodies, the clothes and the bed were covered with blood, and the throat of both were cut sad horribly mutilated. The man and woman came to the hotel about 4 o'clock on Monday mdrning. From facts which were brought out, it was found that the man's name was Wm. A. Caldwell, a resident of Whitehall, where he has a father living. He was from twenty-six to thirty years of age, "n...

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. — 29 August 1850

JU "REQIESCAT." Tho foHovnnr ianza were translated from the Get man of Freiligraph, by Mary Howitt. They vi ii! cpir.umnd the respect ond secure the homage of every lover r.f genuine poe.y. Uedo not know whea vi e Lave before rcad bj boiuli Sal a poo:n Wbott'ertho ponderous ha n Tier wields; Whoe'er compels the earth to flourish; Or reap tho golden harvest fi-lds,' A wife and little onet to nourish; Whoe'er guide the hd?n bark; - Or, r bero the rnozy wheals are turning, Toil at the Inorn til 1 after daric. Food for his white haired children eornicg: To b horor end renown! Honor to handicraft and tillage; To ovcry sweat-drop filing down, Jo crowded mills or lonesome visage! All boror to the plodding s vain. Who ho.lds the plough! Be 'I too awfrded To him who toils with soul and brain. And starves! .Pais him net unreguarded. Whether in chamber close and small, 'Al id musty tome he fancy smothers; Or of the trade the bandaged thrall. He dramas writes and song fjr others; Or whether he,...

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. — 5 September 1850

II J I II I I II I I 0 1 I h I. 1 ft ' 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC I'KIXrirLES TOINT THE WAV; WHEN TIIEV CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASS TO FOLLOW BY JOHN G. (3 1 YEN. EBENSI3UUG, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1850. YOL. C JVO. 18. l , i liiii)ini i -n ifiiMMiMiat mm ni MrSCELLAUEOUS. A C..OOD STOKY. The following story we extract from a letter to the Alabama Journal, by J. J. Hooper: Old Col. I) , of the Mobile District was one of the most singular characters known in Alabama- He was testy and eccentric, but possessed many line quali ties which were fully appreciated by the people of his dis trict. Many of his freaks are fresh in the memory of the "old uns," of Mobile ?nd all of them will tell you, tfiat the Colonel, though hard to beat, was once terribly taken in by a couple of legal tyros. It seems that Col. D- had had a misunderstanding with the gentlemen al luded to, and was not on speaking terms with them, although all of the three were professionally riding the circuit pretty much together. The...

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. — 5 September 1850

MOUNTAIN 1NT1NEL. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1850. SENA TE. THOMAS C. M DO WELL, Of Blair County. Democratic dominations. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery County, FOR A UDITOR GENERA L, EPHRAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. PORTER BR AW LEV, Of Crawford County. FOR ASSEMBLY, DR. VM. A. SMITH . . . COMMISSIONER. JAMES SKELLY, Of Summer hill Township. FROSEC UTING A TTORNE Y. MICHAEL HASSON, Of E bent burg. COUNTY SUR VEYOR. THOMAS M CONNELL, Of Summer hill Township. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Susquehanna Township. EP"Owing to the great length of the Sheriff's Proclamation, and the press of of other advertisements, we are unable this week to give our usual variety of news. We hope to do better in our next. Godey's Lady's Book, for October has been received in advance, and it is a most splendid number. The embellishments are of the most magnificent and beautiful character, and are alone worth the price of the work for six months. l...

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. — 5 September 1850

PSOCLMffiOIil the list of taxaLleJin- TVXtTHEREAS, in and by an Act of the Gen V werbl Assembly of the Commonwealth l Pennsylvania, ei. tilled "An act 10 regulate lb General Election ithin I he Commonwealth,' ' it I enjoined ei me to itivj Pu'di : Noiic of such election iv be helJ, au.l t .-nimerate i ach potlcs whit o hctrs -u j to It- elated: ia pursuance ol li.uu, i X.JOHN BR AWLEY, High Sheriff of the county of Cumbria, do hereby make known and give thia public notice to the Electors of the said county of Cambria, that a General Elec tion will be held in the said county of Cambria ou the SECOND TUESDAY of October next, living the 8th dsy of the month) at the sever, el election districts established by law in said - ouuty, vi2: , The Electors of the district composed of the ...rough of Ebensburg, to meet at the Court ..touse in said borough. The Electors of the district composed of the iwnship of Cambria to meet at the Court .touse in the borough of Ebensb'irg. The Electors of th...

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. — 5 September 1850

.paaist3o. . The "Mountain Sentinel" h published ev cry Thursday morniny ar Two Dollars per annum, payable halt yearly. - No subscription will Le taken for a Sorter period than a.x months; and no paper will Le discontinued until all arrearagtn are paid. A ailure to notify a discontinuance at the expira. tinot Jthe term subscribed for, will be consider ed as new enpapemer.t. jj-ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at the following ratea: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for the second; 81 for three insertions, and 23 cents per square tor every subsequent insertion. A liberal de duction made to those who. advertise by the year. All advertisements handed in must have the proper number of insertions marked there on, or they will be published till forbid and charged in accordance with the above terms. 0"A11 letters and communications, to insure attention must be post paid. CAMBRIA Clothing tore. JSow is the Time for Bargains ! ! f HvIK subscribers hare just received tiom ...

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. — 12 September 1850

1 r , j-' S" J j; V s : . " " -"- " , ' " '"" ",,.." ' -- J " k. - . - 'r - . . . t - ? ... j BY JOHN G. GIVEN CD EACH ONE IIATII A PART TO DO. Men and brother! tip, bo dninj, Help each other by the way. Aid with hand and heart Hie tfavrr.inj Of a great and miality d.iy. Think not earth hath fixed teaefcers, Progreat centered in the few; - All men more or less arc missioned Each one hath a part to do. Lend yonr aid, however hide, Lend your talent, thoogh it' srr.ai'; Trifles thrive by combination. Workinjf for fie good of a!!; Truth ia slow an' warslj a-isiiUn.::. Often many with the few; JSvery man however feebla. Hath a part ho'a skill tJ da. T"lnt not, lag not, in your doir.jr, Si ill press onward, y9 will finl Brilliant sunbeam fLs'-sin? ever From the archives of ihi mind; Earth hold not a human creature. Meanest pauper vh may view. If ye have a park r.f reason But he h-ith a pin to do. All men tnay assist each other. Though it but a trido be; 'J4oy stream mako flowing river. fi...

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. — 12 September 1850

MOUNTAIN1 SENTINEL. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1850. Democratic IYoiuiii.il ioti. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, Wir.T.TA-M T AtnnTsnv Of Montgomery County, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, J2PHRAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin County. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. POKTEli Bit AW LEY, Of Crawford County. CONGRESS. JOHN SNODGRASS, Of Wettmoreland County. SENATE. THOMAS C. M'DOWELL, Of Blair County. FOR ASSEMBLY, WM. A. SMITH, of Cambria County. JOHN CESSNA, of Bedford County. COMMISSIONER. ! JA31ES SKELLY, Of Summerhill Townthip. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. MICHAEL HASSON, Of Ebentburg. CO UN TY S UR VE YOR. THOMAS M COiNNELL, Of Summerhill Tovcnehip. AUDITOR. JOHN BEAKER., Of Susquehanna Toxcnthip. The Next Court In consequence of the election falling upon Tuesday of our Court Week, the President Judge has sent notice that he will not be here, or open court until the following day, Wednesday the 9th of October next, at 10 o'clock A. M. Bv reference to another column it wi-- be seen that the Sheriff has given no...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 September 1850

jver, havitr begun the good work, should go on without pausing. Other great meas area are still to be carried. The admis sion of California is t:ow a fixed fart Out it is also important thai the territorial hills should be promptly passed the fugitive slave law properly amended, and the slave trade abolished in the District of Colum bia.. These done, and grateful country wiil pour its best blessings upon the rep resentatives who saw the strait of the Union, and caise forward to her defence with a noble courage aud constancy, rorthy of perpetual remembrance. P. 8. Better and Better. The very last news informs uj that the Boun dary bill was so amended as to include the bill establishing a Government for the Territory of New Mexico. If this proves to be so, "we are out of the woods," and feel very much like indulging in an edito rial hiZZz.-Pcnnsylva.aan. "TO.'JUROBSS.- TAKE NOTICE, that all persons sum moned to attend as Grand and Traverse Jurors at October term nest, will not be requ...

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. — 12 September 1850

JU -I '1 - J , .- -SHERIFF'S. SALES. - Jfc-M anii'Lcv. Facias" i"oea ouf of tho . .s ; T" ' . r a mVvlft Mil ntO.J t me directed, there will; bo exposed to . Court" Uooe. !a the Borouzh of Ebensb', Cambria county, on Monday: the ,7th day of Oct-jber next, at on o'clock P.M . AH the I'ght. title and iaterett of William McCIoskey. deceased, aow in the hands of Jfancy and Ilugh McCIoskey, Administrators cf sai J dee'd. of. t n and to a piece or parcel of land tttaate in Wcshington township, Cambria coanty. containing 2U0 acres mora or less, tout 63 acrei of which are cleared, having thereon erected a log House and a log Barn in tha occopancy of Daniel , Criate, and a Plank House in posset sioo, of Joseph McCIoskey. Taken in execution, and to te sold at tho '-It of Philip Noofor use of Henry O'Harra. Jiho', - All tha right, tills end interest of Jans S. Danlap' of. la sbd to a tract of laud, situate partly in Summorbill and partly in Richland township, Cambria crjaty, adjoining land of ...

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. — 19 September 1850

" it 1 ri r BY JOHN G. GIVEN. M I S C 2 L L A 2 O U S THE YilUKEE cir;i.. BV, MRS. S. T. MARTYN. Seeal thou yon lonely cottage in tho grovo. With little garden neatly planned before; lis roof deep shade' by the elms above' Go lift the willing latch the scene explore Sweet peace, and love and joy thou there shall find. l or there Religion dwells; whose sacred lore Leaves the proud wisdom of the world behind, And pours a heavenly ry on every humble mind." IIcnti.ngdo. The long winter evening was drawing to a close the books and work had been put by the "big ha' bible" reverently deposited in its accustomed place at the cloe of family worship, and the cnecrlul circle ttiat surrounded tne nresiue 01 larm- er Lee, after an affectionate good night, had retired to their respective apartments. The farmer himseli rose from his chair, and carefully covering up the glowing coals which sent a fitful light through the now darkened room, was about to retire, when a sudden rush of emotions seemed ...

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. — 19 September 1850

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1850. Democratic Nominations. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. WILLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery County, FOR A UDITOR GENERA L, EPHRAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin Comity. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. POUTER, B RAW LEY, Of Crawford County. CONGRESS, JOHN SNODGRASS. Of Westmoreland County. SENATE. THOMAS C. M'DOWELL, Of Blair County. FOR ASSEMBLY, VM. A. SMITH, of Cambria County. JOHN CESSNA, of Bedford County. . COMMISSIONER. JAMES SKELLY, Of Sttmmerhill Township. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. MICHAEL HASSON, Of Ebensburg. COUNTY SURVEYOR. THOMAS M'CONNELL, Of Sttmmerhill Township. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Susquehanna Township. fcP"W committed an error in our last number by stating that Judge Taylor will not open Court until Wednesday. The Court will commence on Monday for the purpose of transacting such business as does not require the attendance of a jury. Are Yon Assessed? Every voter should make it his duty to examine the assessment list of his town sh...

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. — 19 September 1850

inen and true," he forfeited the confidence of McDonald, and proved that his profes sions were mere windy declamations in tended only to accomplish the object of his wishes. At tne meeting of the con vention at Johnstown on the 17th of July, McKinney received what was considered a good nomination this he declined in a Card published shortly afterwards and pledged himself that lie will abide the de cision of the next convention and accord1 to the nominee his hearty support. This convention met, and after considerable difficulty nominated a man who has not :ippropriately been styled "the war horse of the party.' A man whose De mocracy has never been doubted, whose private character has never been sullied by a stain, yet M'Kinney in his presump tion dares to question the validity of his nomination and offered himself as a can didate, asking the support of the demo cratic party of this district. Mr. M'Kinney'a "good men and true," not content with defeating the wish of lit tle Cambria a...

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. — 19 September 1850

SHERIFF'S SALES. Y Tirtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expon as and Ley. facias issued out ot the Court of Common PJea3 of Cambria county, And to me directed, there will Be exposed to alo at the Court House, in the Borough of Ebenfcburfr, Cambria county, on Monday the 7th day of October next, at one o'clock P. M . All the light, title and interest of William McCloakey. deceased, aow in the hands of Nancy and Hugh McCloskey, Administrators of BaidtJec'd, of. in and to a, piccn or parcel of land situate in Washington township, Cambria county, containing 2U0 acres moro or less, about CO acres of which are cleared, having thereon erected a log House and a lo g Barn in the occupancy of Daniel Ori&te, and a Plank; House in Dosseseion of Joseph McCloskey. Taken in execution, ariTU2 Le sofiTat a euit of Philip Noon for use cf Henry 041 a h3" Also, All theright, title and interest of Jano 3. Dunlap of, in and to a tract of land, situate partly iu Summerhill and partly in Richland township, C...

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. — 26 September 1850

A fr Mr if -- i - "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV WHEN THE Y: CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1850. VOL. 6. NO. 51. iji ii it ii I 1 1 v MZSOSLLA27i:OUS TOO GOOD CREDIT. BY T. S. ARTHUR. Let me show you one of ihe cheapest pieces of cloth I have seen for six months,' aid a smiling storekeeper to a young married man, whose income from a clerk hip was in the neighborhood of seven hundred dollars. Don't trouble yourself, Mr. Edwards replied the customer. 'The silk and but tons are all I want.' Oh, no trouble at all, Mr. Jacobs no trouble at all. It is a pleasure for me to show my goods, said the storekeeper, drawing from a shelf the piece of cloth he. had mentioned, and throwing it upon ihe counter. There,' he added, as he unfolded the glossy broad cloth, and slapped his hands upon it self-complacent-ly, "there is something worth looking at, and it's cheap as dirt. Only (our dollars a yard, and worth six, every c...

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. — 26 September 1850

MOUNTAI SENTINEL EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1850. Dciiiocrnlic Nominations. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WIJLLIAM T. MORISON, Of Montgomery County , FOR A UDITOR GENERAL, EPI1RAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J. PORTER DRAW LEV, Of Crawford County. CONGRESS, JOHN SNODGRASS, Of Westmoreland County. SENA T E. THOMAS C. M'DOWELL, Of Blair County. FOR ASSEMBLY, WAI. A. SMITH, of Cambria County. JOHN CESSNA, of Bedford County. COMMISSIONER. JAMES SKELLY, Of Summerhill Township. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. MICHAEL IIASSON, Of EbensLurg. COUNTY SURVEYOR. THOMAS M'CONNELL, Of Summerhill Township. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Susquehanna Township. New Advertisements. Several new advertisements in to-days paper. Both Johnston Moore and Edward Roberts, have received their new goods. Call and sec them. Smith and Cessna. The following paragraph from the Pennsylvanian shows the estimation in which our candidates for the Legislature is held by the democracy of Philadelphia. Every m...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 September 1850

.idge up, rounded to, and put Tyler and "his friends" on board. They were then brought up to BufTallo; were taken to the United States Hotel, treated to a good breakfast, shaved, and thence taken be fore Police Justice Child who committed them to jail. Such is a sketch cftlm arrest. These thrue are omonj the most ex pert Tpbbers in the country. One of thern, Deinpsey, is supposed to be the notorious Jck Wade, who remarked to Tyler on being made fast; "You have caught the smartest thief in Americal nave been at it for forty years, and have never Ven caught before. We believe the officers will secure the reward of three or five thousand dollars,(we forget which) offered by the Dorchester bank. Election of Congressmen. The following sound remarks from the Detroit Free Press, are applicable every where: "There is only one honorable political course for democrats to take it is to stand by their old time-honored platform, and fight there the battle of liberty. There is more than one kind ...

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. — 26 September 1850

Wholesale and Retail Tin Copper Sheet-Iron Jfflan ufa ci o ry. The subscriber adopts this method of ret or- ninjj thanks to his mend and the pnblie generally for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon him, and begs leave to inform tbem that he has enlarged his business, andnow keepe constantly on hand a large supply o -every variety cf TINWARE, STOVE-PIPE. DRIPPING PANS, ZINK BOILERS, COAL BUCKETS, TEA KETTLES, 4 c.. 4c which he will sell wholesale or retail as low as any other establishment in the country. He is also prepared to manu facture SPOUTING for houses at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. Merchants and others desirous of purchasing bills of ware, are respectfully invited to call as he is prepared to furnish all articles in his line equally as low as can be had either east or west, and all or ders addressed to him will be prorrptly attended to. JOB WORK of every description, done on the shortest notice. The undersigned hopes, by a strict at tenti...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 October 1850

Pa f-r 4 . - - - - hi it i - II i BY JOHN G. GIVEN JIIS02LLAN20U THE CTIIAITDZJD SHIP. BY HA&El&r "Will no one go off for her ? will no oae go off for my child ?" .shrieked the Tniser wringing his hands and running to nd - fro in the crowd. But all turned away. There was scarcely a soul present who. at one time or another had nut buff ered in the hands of tho hard-hearted money lender. "Oh J for the love of God you who are i fathers think on me. My daughter will perish will yoa not go off for her, Townsend I'll give you any thing any thing in reason.'.' "Go off for her ! not I," said the man, with a mocking laugh, shaking off the old man, 44all your gold would not tempt me out on that boiling sea. Besides am t I a father, too, and think you I'll sacrifice my life for another? No. no, old hulks, you must take your gold to some oilier market." "Oh ! she will die, she will die my child for whom 1 have saved all. Peter Jones you will go if I give you 3 thousand dollars." "Not fo...

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. — 3 October 1850

EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1850 Democratic IVomiiintioiis. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM T. MORISOX, Of Montgomery County, EPHRAIM BANKS, Of Mifflin Connty. FOR S VR VE YOR GENERA L, J. PORTER BR AW LEV, . Of Crateford County. CONGRESS. JOHN SNODGRASS, Of Wtttmoreland County . SENATE. THOMAS C. M DO WELL, Of Blair County. FOR ASSEMBLY. WM. A. SMITH, of Cambria County. JOHN CESSNA, of Bedford County. . COMMISSIONER. JAMES SKELLY, Of Summtrhill Toicnttep. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. MICHAEL HASSON, Of Ebcnzburg. COUNTY SURVEYOR. THOMAS M'CONNELL, Of Summer hill Towmhip. AUDITOR. JOHN BEARER, Of Sutquthanna Town$hip. ESTHon. Daniel Sturgeon of the United States Senate, and Hon. Job Mann of the f I mice have nur thanks for valtuMa nnh. " - I lie documents. Holden's Dollar Magazine. We have received several copies of this valuable work. It is published in New York at one dollar per annum, and is certainly one of the cheapest as well as the best magazines in the Union. It is conducte...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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