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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 October 1850

teml? itt Ireland, in opposition to the 1 - Qovc&uat nt and ProlcsJant establishment. ' . r Sioilzcrland. - Cfttttt &epfc. &."Great alarm was of cacioned last hight; at half past two o' clock, by the falling of the rocks at Fels berg. Nearly the entire population, roused from their bed by the fearful crash of the rpcka utmost an hour, previous to their fail, had quilted the village, and stood on the plain beyond awaiting the awful ca tastrophe. The night was tolerably light; suddenly ' a tremendous crash was suc ceeded by thick clouds of dust and large 9asse$ of rock were precipitated from the heights apparently upon the village be neath. 99 fearful was the noise that all conclu ded that the village was buried, and on crushing to the spot the inhabitants found a huge wall of rocks piled up at the very extremity of the village. About twenty of the blocks were as large as a small house, and innumerable others were of father less dimensions. It is possible that these tpasse...

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. — 3 October 1850

DC mmmi WHEREAS, in and by an Act of the Gn crtl Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to regulate the General Elections w ithin t he Commonwealth,' ' it Is enjoined en me to give Public Notice of such election to be held, and to enumerate in such notice what officers are to bi elected: in pursOAiice of which, I. JOHN BRAWLEY, High Sheriff of the county of Cambria, do hereby make known and give this public notice to the Electors of the aid county of Cambria, that a General Elec. lion will be held in the Raid county of Cambria on the SECOND TUESDAY f October next, (being the 8th dsy of the month) at the sever al election districts established by law in said county, viz : ' .. The Electors of the district composed of the borough of Ebensburg, t meet ut the Court House in said borough The Electors of the district composed of the township of Cambria to meet at the Court (Iou!e in the borough of Ebensb'irg. The Electors of the district composed of the ton rship o...

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. — 10 October 1850

; i . J 4 - .. - rfl 5 I F iYIMir rd it ii hi tr II I ii i I i i j Li J r-t i r t l i Hi ii iii I ii i .hi ii i BY JOHN G. GIVEN. MXSCELLANSOU .". Frvm lie Mr trcpcixt x a- THE STUDENT'S BRIDE, j ,A year ago a year ago bow will Ii c ember a ear sa' PerfeciJj replied the suideni. This rery nihu I rerzierarer 1: more ; periecuy because 1: w as xnv binriuy. What were you doing; W.jat were j a !tl5e wj;hdra w n from the fesute group have I not been lvin, dt.itin ! ind you saying? W hat were you th:ni.ingr which were sicmUii:g taking no share gradually iis all ereaiiofi narrowed round Doxaj? nothing. Saving nothing. ja thf past time of the bour.and occasion- me, antiJ ihe great purposes of existence "Thinkiog! j aUy s'deiit eteoio each other. "There is a were lust or nearly so un;il the world, es I was tluniitng. Nothing, dear 'deep quietness in happiness which belongs to my blind perception, held but tnv trea BlanekB, coaU be more enhke iny last nol 1o jov. 0 sure aC(j njyself ! Ay, thi...

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. — 10 October 1850

M0UNTAI1SENTI1L EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1850 Q7Thk Sentinel, ia muck the largest cir t ulation of any paper published in this county -and as An advertising shset offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of lis medium jot extending their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents; John Crouse, Esq., Johnstoten. a. iv. varr, wans' Buildings, Third s Philadelphia. v' B. Palmer, Esq., New York Philadelphia, and Baltimore. The Electiou. The election is over, and the democratic party is beaten so far as this county and District are concerned. We are beaten lor Congress, for Senate, for Assembly, for County Commissioner, aud for Dis trict Attorney. As full returns as we could obtain, we publish in another col uron. They may be relied on as being nearly correct. The defeat of our part)- is easily ac counted for. Men of influence made every exertion to defeat the candidates of...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 October 1850

I . .v - r? x'z" ' ' : " : : r - n 1 v-.- r-n . 11 - . - I Jk ,1 . " . - - 1 1 - - - ILECTIOIH M1MS OF CfflM CQMTY. (UNOFFICIAL.) Congress. Allegheny, : Cambria, : Carroll, v 1 Clearfield, -Conemaugh tp. . Conemaugh Bor bensburg Bar. Jackson, fohnstown Bor. Richland. Summerhil!. -Susquehanna, Washington, -White : Total ( . ComTr -A. Gen. S. Gen. A A . 5- . re S J- . ' c L ' "fc s L s r S. J. f : 1 I" .45 P f 5 g? ' -. 3 - 47 00 37 00 39 00 12 143 " 77 149 70 149 74 152 31 63 C6 42 64 - 40 64 41 3 87 83 20 75 19 78 19 13 67 107 180 0000 0G00 159 182 132 32 02 21 89 21 89 21 52 38 50 68 50 07 56 67 29 37 50 40 55 41 50 41 26 27 2 117 8S 110 87 114 88 . 58 57 31 70 291 77 29 77 23 8 .lt?3 65 177 62 178 73 107 74 3tJ 2ft 30 27 29 28 6 28 352 ;4, 342J 39 351 40 220 125 231 3Dj 20j 361 21 37 15 S I 852 J 1331 866 727 792! 2 Sen ate. Assembly. 1380 EF"Deraocrats in Roman, Whigs Italics, anu' Volunteers in small caps. : ' ' i l . . li. Alfy. 7. Sur'y. Commit' r Auditor. 1 i'm cndt. s 3 - s ...

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 October 1850

LABOK. BY THE LATE MRS. FRANCIS 9. OSGOOD. Pa use not to dream of the future before us; Pause not to weep the wild cares that come o'er u; Hark ! Low creation's deep music! chorus, Uninteruiilling, goes up into iie-iven ! Ne'er th oceau-wave falters in Bowing; -.Never the little seed stop in it growing; More end more ricblj lite rose Iftart keeps glowing. Till Irom its nourishing stem it is riven. "Labor is worship ! the robin is singing; Labor is worship ! the i!d bee it ringing; Listen! list eloquent whisper upsprir.ging Speaks to my soul from out nature's great heart. From tbe dark clouds flows tLe life-giving shower; . From tbe rough sod blows the soft-breathing flower; From tLe tmll insect the rich ccral bower; Only man in the plan shrink from his part. Labor is life ! 'Tie the still water failelh ; Idleness ever despaireth. bewai!eth; Keep the watch wound, for Iherdark rust e ailetb; Flowers droop and die in tbe stillness ol noon. Labor is glory, the flying cloud lighten; Only...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 October 1850

" HUZZAH FOR CAMBRIA!" " THE STAR 0? THE WEST ! !" Glorious Victory !Thc lsioiilxtii mid l)is:mioniktIlt luUrd,ana the "Dark Lan tern" Party llowtd isp Salt Kiver, ""ii-Lj-jj" f J irmr". " e:4 Ui2 J I 1 1 4 I 1 -4. - - .. c-in r rj vrzn kt'h . ri - v- tj n rsa j m ti c- kva e r m & j s h ir i i mm mm. a i ii tit- 9 h;l a tsl El fcra 8 3 iffii h as mi a in sa a Kim a ir f ' ! Last Tuesday was a proud dav for the tlcmoora- cy of Can-bi ia, and from Hie returns which v. ill be found b-.low, it. will be seen that they turned cut mm fill hr to sustain t!ie Constitution and Uuiiiicf f fe? - ::: ; '(Mv i;.i';r cuunirv. ino vote was the largest ever tv.I- i e -led in t!ie county, bein 4753 ! ! and our majority I V I ij sucli .".s lias stricken terror to the ITS IO'IST I j : and BLACK REPUBLICANS. ' Xolhr have the Democracy of Cambria done , their dutv. and more than redeemed their r-led'-c 1 ; to their brethren of the State. They have relied f ' uj) a majority f.r uchauan and Breckinrid...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 October 1850

V; Official Vote for Governor in 151. u - Failure of the Firm of .- David iliiibt, & : COUNTIES. e Tni ii illiJJ ' : i i - i i I (Majority for Tbe Democracy of Cambria acliiered-a " ""' ''"'''"'f --ti:""1 ; - . . : .r .v : .; , ioucJ JOtn.ocralic majority for Packer and tLe A l.uns Allegheny Armstrong. ... . . . Beaver lietlfonl Berks BUir Bradford Bqcka Butler Cambria. Carton .......... Centre Chtter ... Clirion Clearfield... Clinton. Columbia. CmwforJ ,. ...... . Cumberland. Dauphin. ........ Ilaware ........ Klk Erie..., Kavettrt. rei of the. State ticket; but in 6pite of all the 3brls.6f the disorganizes tbyalso succeeded iu electing the entire cecity ti6ktt .by. Land tome nihjoritics. George-. f-!ruith has been nobly sustained by .his constituents. . We ask that oScioua intermeddling demagogue, G." Vr. IJo-jrman, to examine the official returns for Areemldy iu this county, confident that hen he has done so, ho will hang his head in ehamc, if he is not absolutely impervious ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 October 1850

1 c-&-. .... ?xV -A - i- X- 'WE OO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' BY JOHN G. GIVEN EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1830. VOL. 7. NO. 2. L-i. JONATHAN S VISIT To llic CVliliaS :sfiiii c. BY J. K. I'AULDIKQ. Somewhere about the year 1783, Jon athan, a young fellow who lived a wax down east, took it into his head to make a voyage to Canton. Accordingly he tilted out his sloop, a tarnation clever xessel of about eighty tons, and, taking a crazy old compass for his guide, his two cousins, one a lad about sixteen, and a great New foundland dog for his crew, and a couple of rusty revolution try swords for an arm ament, he boldly set forth on a voyage to .he Celestial Empire. Jonathan was a mighty cute lad, and had read a little or so about the great de votion of the Chinese to the herb called ginseng, which everybody knows is a remedy for all things. He happened one day to hear an Indian doctor give it as his opinion that a ce...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 October 1850

tj particularize them all, else would 1 record how ha was fined a thousand dol kirs by his old friend, Gan-chat-sze for tAmboomg a valiant sentinel who refused to iel him enter, the gates of Canton without n bribe; how his river-horse, be ag tired of confinement, took an oppor tunity to jump overboard, whereby he upset a boat and come nigh drowning the passengers. This cost him three thousand dollars more. Hi? next adventure was picking up the body of a drowned man in the river one evening', m passing between his sloop and the shore, vhose murder he was found guilty of before Canchat-sze, who kindly let him off for ten thousand dollars; advising him at the sani3 time through the hong merchant, Fat-qua, to take the earliest opportunity of making himself invisible within the precincts of the Celestial Empire. "I partly gutss I'll take his advice, and pull up stakes," said Jonathan. "I never saw such a tarnal place. It beats everything, I swow. Why, squire Fat qua, I'll tell you what i...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 October 1850

T lM.Hl.TlHN IBflfKM OF nSMllffl POFHTY i ST. FRANCIS' ACADEMY FOR BO S. ' Lortilo, CcitXria county. Fc. "IIIS Ir.stila'icr. in ct,rrc cf the Frtr. ill Miri iiM'i rv. 111 111:1 - .S I "'l i 2 r- J : - K 5 J r S'j ?: - 5- S E - 03 o r? sr c f r si ; a i oi rt ' 2j t s fit si ndr f-"- -Serf"- O e n Z- -! -s 2 ;F I "I -I S I I 5; ec j c I ' I . I j O - I S 7 f- - J . - Jr Sir- si c- o r ! fi. j . , j n 5i ! ! i ! ill I i ! rrr Allegheny. : : 12& 8? 115 7fc 117 TS 12 143 74 123 SO' 44 121 1511 87 95j 106 124 72! 57 165 84 111 25' 171 Ctnibril, : 77 149 "70s 149 74 152 31 . 63 135 76 149 71 G9 150! 141 57 164 74 146! 59 164 65 153 25 100 Cirroll, : : 66j 42 64 40 64j 41 3 87 26 63, 44 22 68 89 43 65 45 Gil 45j 64 4S 59f 56 42 23 Clearfield, : : : S3! 20 75. 19. 7! 19 131 C7 IS 751 19 24 81 29 20 70 21 7fj IS; 621 18 71 2Ci 49 33 Conemaaghtp. : : I6T 1S0 I63j 1S6J 16l 182 132 32 I80 165 183 123, 151 223 185 142 186 I5l 191) I37,1 202j 154 182j 30j 142 Oonem&Bzh Bor. : : 92- 211 S9...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 October 1850

J li .ii S -J r i 5 Vi i4: ,t? ! .'I CD 13 tf Mi USE THE P E N. BY J. E. CARPENTER. Use the pen there's magic in it, Never let it lug behind; Write thy thought the pen can win it From the chaos of the mind. Many a gem is lost forever Ey the careless passer-by; But tl e gurie of thought sliould never On the mental pathway lio. Use the pen, reck r.ot tha t others' Take a higher flight than thine; Many an ocean wave still smothers Feail of price bet.eUli the brine; Cot the diver finds the treasure, And the gem to light is brought, Bo. thy mind's uubouii-Ied measure May give up kouie pearl of thought. Use the pec. the day's d 'parted When the sword, alone held sway, Wie'ded by ihe lion. hearted. Strong in battle! where are they? Ail unknown the deeds of glory Done of old by mighty men, Save tho few who live in story. Chronicled by sages pen. Ue the pen, the tun above us. By wboe aid the chemist's art Stamps the fur ins of those who love us, Showing us their counterpart, ' Cannot hold a ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 October 1850

II V I II II II I ? 'WE CO WHCR2 DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEJi TliEV CEASE TO LEAD, WE CHASE TO FCLLOW." BY -JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, IS50. VOL. jr. V 7. INC 3. MISC2LLAITSOU5 From Arthur's Hume Gazf.He. SEEKS OK AY II I C 1 1 W A SIl'HK HAPPIEST ? BY L. A. MACK. The, sun was just shedding his newly risen beams through the rich damask curtains that shaded the windows of a luxuriously-furnished room, near the centre J of which stood two young girls, apparently nearly of an age. They were both beau tiful; but the expressions of their finely moulded features were different. Helen, the younger, as she sent her gay, joyous laugh out at intervals told the observer lhat she apparently enjoyed much. Mary, the eldest, seemed more to have caught a glimpse of the true design of her being, and to have learned more of the trulv useful. They had not been long in this j position before the door slowly opened, j :.nd a tall, elderly gentleman entered. j Grandpa!...

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 October 1850

J OB AIH EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 , 1850 JCTTnt Ssntimkl, A mvei A largest eir dilation of any paper published in this county and a an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making vss 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. XV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Thitd Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq., XeicYork Philadelphia, and Baltimore. rpBy reference to his card in another column, it will be. seen that Col. Thomas A. Maocire, has become the proprietor of the Exchange Hotel in Johnstown. No one who know him will for a moment doubt that he will make a kind and an accommodating landlord, and that every exertion will be made on his part to ren der comfortable those who may patronize him. GWm. Glass, Esq., the lately elected County Commissioner, was "sworn in' on Monday last, and took his sea; as one ...

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 October 1850

.STATE TH(DK.IET3 -- C. Com'r. S. Gen. A. Gen. Amendment. - . ' -r w r ii" C3 J: -r . i - ' S c 3 5" a" 2 5" 5 S. " s. j dams. 1561 ' 1963 1561 ' 1963' 1564 1962 1038 1878 vllegeny, 4303 5324 4210 5189 4236 5288 4431 2351 Armstrong, 1606 1352 1463 1271 1481 1306 1040 892 Jerks, 6981 2917 6770 2781 6638 2746 5160 3552 Beaver 1688 1658 1677 1039 1671 1641 2577 452 Bucks, 4809 4750 4955 4622 4940 4628 5372 2971 Bedford. 1842 1832 1842 1833 1812 1833 1843 1001 Blair, 1243 1740 1357 1713 1208 1T31 891 758 Butler, 2059 1986 2061 1976 2035 1985 3782 84 Bradford. 3127 2899 3128 2885 3095 2902 2889 958 Cambria 1462 940 1400 930 1409 936 389 1375 Carbon, 762 511 760 502 757 506 150 C87 Chester, 4228 4827 4420 4816 4390 4824 3342 4175 Centre, 2049 1209 2056 1203 2045 1207 1637 1038 Cumberland,. 2672 2288 2678 2281 2664 2278 2033 2510 Columbia, 1599 838 1519 763 1477 756 1359 519 Crawford, 2608 2094 2667 2095 2075 2525 3586 231 Clarion, 1691 1000 1611 981 1560 053 1293 541 Clinton, 843 668 827 ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 October 1850

JUL 7 3? CD 33! tff & vx The Silver .Tloon. At I strayed from my cot at the tlosoufth day, To mute oo the beautica o! June. 'Neath a jessamine shade I espied a fair naid,i AnA mYtm airlv Prtmn'ain fn fti nmnn ..-v. ..... w ur. , I . .. . .. . CAor.;. Rollonsnver nioon. gu.de the trav h,"wV. i Whde the nightengale'a song u in lane; j 1 never, never more with my true !ove will stray, By tho sweet silver light of the moon. An I He hart in the mountain, my lover was brave, So handsome, and manly to view; Co kind and sincere, and he loved me so dear, O Edwin, no love was more true. Roll on, &.c Put now be is dead, and the youth once so Is cut down like a rose in full bloom; And he silcnt'y sleeps, and I am thus left to weep, By the sweet silver hglit of the n.oon. Roil on &c. But his grave I'll Feck cut until morning ap pears. And weep fcr my lover so brave; T'.l embrace the cold earth, and bedew w.th my tears .'Tho Cowers that bloom. o'er Iks gravs. Roll on &.?. O Dater ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 October 1850

1 4 iti 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1850. VOL. 7. ISO. 4. St J II II II I II l - II I III MISCELLANEOUS From the Olive Branch. EDWARD SHELDON; Or, Tic Wayward XV i:e. BY ELIZA S. PRATT. CHAPTER I. It has been my lot, during my past life, to be frequently thrown into the society of the newly married, and to mark, with much interest, the difference which they exhibit in their deportment towards each other, their style of living, habits of industry or ease, frugality or evtravagance, and the consequent effect upon the happiness of the married couple; andhowever much or often the husband may be at fault, I can but admit, as far as my observation ex tends, that the wife is moie frequently the cause of Uiscontentand misery at the Ijome fireside, and even of broken fortunes, than the husband himself, who, however much he may have striven to keep his baik afloat, is neverth...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 October 1850

they are capped with summits 90 pure, so! white, so dazzling- in the sun, that they j vita to parui of heaven rather than earth. Nor was :ais tho entiro view; for, far away to the southeast, rising in the dis tance like a mighty monarch asserting his claims to our attention, even amid these powerful charms, old Orizaba, the beacon of theGulf, completed the magnifi cent picture. We were silen: for a space, as we drank in the inspiring influence of tho mighty landscapes; and when our admiration foun Tent in words, such a jargon of superla tives as were ejaculated, can only be con ceived by those who have witnessed other, but not surpassing wonders of nature. I was among the painters of ourparty, but I did not open my portfolio; and to this day I hive an inward satis faction that I was guil;les3 of the sacrilege. Alter gazing our fill, we descended the dark stairs, and found the tody of the chapel filled with natives, who had brouli up antiques for sale. The traffic in pitch -ers anJ p...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 October 1850

C. ComV. a ci cj t- - . So- ? I j Adarna, 1531 1903 15G1 1963 15G1 1962)' 1038 Allegeny. 4303 6324 4210 5189 4236 5288 4424 Armstrong 1606 1352 1463 1271 1481 1306 1010 Berks, 6981 291? 6770 2781 6638 2746 5160 Beaver 16S8 1658 1677 1G39 1671 1641 2577 Bucks, 4899 4750 4935 4622 4940 4628 5372 Bedford. 1S42 1832 1842 1833 1842 1832 1643 Blair, 1243 1740 1247 1713 1208 1731 891 BoUer, 2057 1940 20611 1976 2035 1981 3782 Bradford, 3127 2899 312s' 28S5 3095 2902 2eS9 Cambria, 1462 940 1400 930 1-109 936 389 Carbon, 762 511 760 02 75? 506 150 Chester, 4128 4S?? 4420 4816 4390 4824 3392 Centre, 2049 1209 2056 1203 2045 1207 1037 Cumberland, 2672 2286 2676 2281 2661 2278 2033 Columbia, 1599 8:38 151 & 763 1477 756 1369 Crawford, 26GS 2094 2667 2095 2075 2525 3586 Clarion, 1631 1000 1611 981 1560 953 12931 Clinton, 843 6CS 827 002 830 654 623 Clearfield, 994 524 907 505 862 500 929 Dauphiu. 1943 2340 1940 2340 1880 2383 1101 Delaware, 1311 1613 1299 1602 130? 1009 2159 Elk, 253 101 243...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 31 October 1850

cd tp m From Schiller's Poems. HONORTOVOMAXT- llooor to woman! To her it is given To guard tbo earth with the rosea of Heaven! All bleased the linkelh the loves intbeir choir; la the veil of the Graces her beauty concealing She lends on each altar that's hallow'd to Foel Aud keep ever living the fire. 'gt From the bounds of Truth careering', Man's strong spirit wildly sweeps, With each hasty impulse vecrinj Down to Passion's troubled deeps. And his heart contented never. Greeds to grapple with far, Chasing his own dreain forever. On through many a distant atari But Woman, with looks that can charm and enchain , JLureth back at her beck the wild truent again By the spell of her presence beguiled; In the home of her mother her modest a bo J J, And the modest manners by nature bestow J On Nature's most exquisite child! Bruised and worn, but fiercely breasting Fee to foe, tho angry strife; Man, the wild one never resting, Roams among the troubled life; What he planeth (till pursuing; Va...

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