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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 April 1851

1 iMW' ".tiale fi - . r..'iiurjr, nrij-"inin' . Murray Snd r .. . .t'reua erected a lrr . .veiling House, an " Ofii" Coal House, &c, ' c day of pale, and lid' WE GC wilier of the ..c invalid thou.'fl -ury. Iron " ur, ArvO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES rulXT THE WAV J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAP, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW ' BY ANDREW J. R11ISY. EBENSISURG, THURSDAY, APRIL 1851 VOL. 7. NO. 2fi. ran II V II I. II I I hi hi XT' r N7 MISCELLANEOUS from the Pictorial Drawing Itoom Companion- riiflses of married Life. BY MRS. E. WELLMOXT. Said Mrs. Squib, "when I was first married, my husband use to come to me before going out in the morning and kind Iv inquire, 'what relishing tit bit I would have for dinner?' 'But dear, you will not be at home, I can pick up any thing,' was the reply." Perhaps ten minutes after a nice mut ton chop or a tender steak, with a box of fruit, would be sent in to me, which Mr. Squib purchased on his way. As to work, he was terribly afraid I should overdo; and if I wante...

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 April 1851

lUliV .ill! Andrew J. Khev, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1851 SZTTnc 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 tfentrally. Those desirous of making us of this medium for extending their business can do so by either tending their notices direct, or through the fulloictng agents' John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. H. IV. Curr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadelphia. V. O. Palmer, Eq., New York Philadelphia ana lialtimore. Thanks. To Col. Painter. MOUiWAIiWIilL Commissioner, Messrs. Cessna, Linton, cnry W. Freedly, 5th Congressional Khey and Hemphill ot the House, for j' their numerous favor's, i 'Joelius Von Camp, 8th Congress- t3TCol. Milton Roberts ha rented thej Charles I). Enney, 12th Congressioii L'bensburg House, which during the past'al District. year has been attended to so excellently j Lewis Merrill, I 3th Congressional Dis hy Mr. B. McDormit...

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. — 3 April 1851

iflfif mfrntr1(l"tr: II J I II I I II I III III II v II v II I II I II V Jl II I - II BY ANDREW J. KHEY. MicnPI.I.i X FT O TI S . r i " it a if w . . VSf Idlis, ln replv to a ...... Fciauaai to himscll, ""c " FrV.c,e 0i .e,. Gen. Quitman indulged in a few remarks tarces; as r.ny r.o can ascertain by ., in which lie alluded to the late judicial P.vng "'e "ecessary teat, proceedings to which he was a party, and T'"e poisons mcy occasionally remove die took up a cursory view of the present cases, but they so vitiate the b'.ood and com position of the country. He declared,' Palely impregnate the whole system with emphatically, that he was innocent of any j their baneful cflVcts, thai the first cold, or the actual participation in the Cuba affair, tho' i first attack of disease, prostrates the patient' he admitted that the success of the expe- dition would have afforded him pleasure. His only offence, he declared, consisted in the fact that he was made the recipient of the confidence of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 April 1851

t Andrew J. Riiev, Editor. ttctiu sorrow o er tliy brow- Iis darkened shadows fling, And hopes thai cheer thee now Die in their early spring ! Should pleasure, at its birth, Fade like the hues of even, Turn thou away from earth, There's rest for thee in Heaven '. If ever life shall seem To ihec a toilsome way, And gladness cease to beam Upon its clouded day. 11", like the weary dove, On shoreless ocean driven, Jtuiec thou ihine eyes above, There's rest for thee in hcuvm. flut, O, if tuornlcss flowers Tl troughoul Ihy pathway bloom, And gaily fleet the hours 1'iiMaincd by early gloom ; Still lei not every thought To this dull world be given, Nor always, always be forgot Thy better rest in heaven. lien sirkm&'s pales t)y cheek. And dims thy lustrous eye, Ai d pulses, low and weak, Tell of a time to die ! swict Hope shall uhispcr then. Though Ihou from csrth be driven ; Tlt re's bliss beyond the skies, Then rest for thee in heaven ! Arw Yotk, March 1831. ', the Pictorial Drawing Ro...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 April 1851

sin hit tn - - "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE . WAY WHEN TUST CEA8S -TO LEAD,' WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." I BY ANDREW J. RHI2Y. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1851. '..; i1 i VOLu 7. NO. 26. rv MISCELLAN EOUS. From Arthur's Homt Gazette. THE APRIL FOOL. -Hadn't we the fun with old Mr. Ben der, Tom!" Hadn't we!" returned the lad, thus addressed. "Oh, but wasn't he mad!" Thus spoke two boys together, on re turning from school at dinner time, on the first day of April. Their mother, over hearing their words, said "What about Mr. Bender, boys?" "Oh, we had such fun with him moth er, as we went to school this morning," replied Tom. "And he was so mad," said Harry, the brother of Tom ni- j- i i. , ..." ; hl d g anOT-llh OU- m' cuired the mother, "We made such a fool of him" was answered. "Of old Mr. Bender?" "Yes, indeed. Tom tore from a fence a part of a show bill, on which was prin led -Great Excitement,' and stole up be- j wa doing. m ou were to blame lor wan hind Mr. Bender an...

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 April 1851

-U JL U i 11 2,n V I 'l (i- ii I, !! i i Li i. if,. hi .,1 : ( v.. MOUNTAIN SJMMBL , , i Andrew J. Riiev, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1851 KTThk Sentinel, 'fta much the largest cir dilation 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 pst of ims meoTium for extending their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents- John Crouse, Esq.,- Jvhnstown. ', Ii. .IV. Curr Evans' Buildings, .Third st I'hila delphia. V. It. Palmer, Etq., New York Philadelphia and Baltimore. VISIT OF THE LEGISLATURE."" A number of ihc members of the pres ent Legislature made a visit to the Sum in it of the mountains on Sunday last. .Multiplicity of business during this, (our court week,) prevents us from publishing as full a discription of this affair as we would wish to do, and we arc compelled to be brief. The party consisted of Mr....

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. — 10 April 1851

ford, lying at lne central warf wcre al m0St entirely destroyed by. fire. The Santa Clara cost $10,000, and is almost a jDtal loss, there being no insurance on her. The Hartford is damaged to the extent of $10,000. All on board were asleep wneu the fire broke out, and the bodies of two men were burnt to a crisp, and another i missing. i ne -lerK. 01 one ui u.c is dangerously injured, and the '2nd Clerk badly burned.- The origin of the hre is unknown." . Lynch law has commenced its opera tions at last. A man who had shot another in the streets at Sacramento City, was caught and executed the victim was an Englishman. The Museum Hotel, at San Francisco, the New Bedford Hotel, the Shamrock House and other buildings, were destroyed bv fire on the 2d of March. The loss is estimated at about $30,000. Mr. Winchester, editor of the Pacific News, has relinquished the charge of that naDer. owinr to adverse fortune. - The dates from Oregon are to the 22d of February. The Legislature had ad jour...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 April 1851

From tl Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion THE LAST FAREWELL. The hit farewell 1 took of the: My injured native isle! Wat lisped in silent agony. Though soothed by a, smile. I amiled, but O, that emile wai aad, For g loom was round my heart; And those who thought I then waa gtad, Knew not the inwcrd part. 1 feigned a smile, 'tit true, and cheered The frienda who flocked around; Friends from my iufancy endeared, VN ho on me never frowned. Aed O, their parting word to me, With aighs and tears combined; Although I'm now among the free. Hang heavy on my mind. And fairest of my aiatera, Kate, I atill think on the scarf Tou waved to ma that evening, late, ' When aailing by Clontarl ; Malhinks I til! behold the hair, Which played on thy while neck; That I gazed on, unti! in air You dwindled lo a speck. And well I atill remember, iben. The cheer my brolhera gave; Aa from the ship I answered Item Back o'er the riing wave. And when their voice died away, I atill aent cheers behind. Until, o'er ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 April 1851

A it .7 WW 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BV ANDREW J. IUltiY. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1851. VOL. 7. NO. 27. II II III V MISCELLANEOUS, From the Richmond Enquirer. THE NEGRO RACE. In the able and learned lectures of Mr. Gliddoit, our attention was particularly txcited by his accounts of the antiquities in the Egyptian province of Meroe; be cause those antiquities constitute flie most striking illustrations of negro civilization which history and archeology can pro duce. Meroe was a country on the Nile above Egypt. When the last named and most famous seat of ancient civilization was overrun by Cambyses and tho other cruel conquerors, a portion of the inhabi tants retreated up the river and etablished themselves in Meroe. Hither they trans ported their old forms of government and of worship, their old arts and theiraniique customs. They built temples and exca vated tombs; they erected obelisks; they covered them ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 April 1851

lHOUiWAlNSimlT Andrew J. Riiev, Editor EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. APRIL 17, 1851 ETThe St.NTiNEL, has much the largest eir 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 Jo so by either sending their notices direct, or through the f allotting agents' John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadelphia. V. It. Palmer, Esq., XewYork Philadelphia and Baltimore. REMEMBER, That on and after the 30th day of June next, the "Mountain Sentinel" will be forwarded to all parts of the county FREE OF POSTAGE. We contemplate in a very short time to increase the appear ance of our paper by a supply of new and excellent type, and shall endeavor to make the "Sentinel" a paper worthy the sup port of every one. To remunerate us we should be better supported, and now make the proposition, that if we can r...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 April 1851

Yucatan. A correspondent of the New Orleans Delta, writing from Meiiila. Yucatan, un der date of March 12, says: I avail mvfi-lf of an opportunity vhih uow ofl'ers Vera Cir.z, to send you a brief accoiit o! tne Mat1 oi anairs on """iscr peninsula. You, and your rradrrs Un.j are pested in Mexican maltrrv. :ire aiv.nr that the war : heady so long waged be tween the whiles and ruthless barbarians, -till continues. The line of operations is now established some thirty leagues from this place. Fourteen thousand ucateeo soldiers are guarding the cordon, whilst some twenty thousand Indians, well armed and equipped, are on the opposite side, ready to fight for the "tombs of their fa thers and their household gods." Gen. Micheltereno informed me to-day, that he I'ould see but little prospect for a termina tion U this sublevation, so long as the Knglish continued to furnish the hostile Indians with the munitions ol war. It is i fact beyond dispute, that English mus kets and powder are freely ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 April 1851

jp (D m a? ift y hHe Girclh His Beloved Sleep." BV BISHOP SPENSER. I tread the churchyard's path alone, Unseen to shed the gushing tear, I read on many a mouldering stone Fond records of the good and dear, My soul is well uigh faint with fear, Where doubling many went to sleep; And yet what a sweet reposo is here 'lie girelh His beloved sleep." The world has but a feverish rebt, To weary pilgrims sometimes given, When pleasure's cup has lost its zest, And glory's hard earned crown is riven, Here, softer than the dews of even, full peaceful on tho slumbering deep, Asleep to earth, awake to Heaven "He givcth His bclovcJ sleep." Yes, on the grave's hard pillows rise No cankering cares, no dreams of woe; On earth wo close our aching eyes. And heavenward all our visions grow, The airs of Eden round us flow; And in their balm our slumbers sleep, God calls His chosen home, and so "He givcth His beloved sleep." Ah ! vainly could the human voice, In this dull world of sin and folly, Tell how...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 April 1851

- n1 i 1 1 ' i lWK OO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES FOIXT THE WAV WHEN" TIIEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASK TO FOLLOW." BV ANDREW J. 1U1I5Y. EBENSDURG, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1851. VOL. 7. NO. A dm JUjn rrfv r an T MISCELLANEOUS S.13I HOUSTON AT SAN JACINTO. The hope of the brave began to grow dim and dark, and the star of the revolution- seemed to be going down in gloom, nn mnrp. Three heavy columns of the pampered soldiery of Mexico, lt d j the scouts of Houston watched the move on bv Santa Anna, supported bv Urrera, ! ments of Santa Anna s troops with eagle Cos and Fillisola, had crossed the Rio j vigilance they began to weary, and their Grande and the vulture flag of the South, ! line of march, commenced to be marked threateningly waved on the banks of the I with deserted arms and accoutrements Gaudaloupe. The heroic Travis, brave to a fault, and reckless" and defiant as he was brave at the head of one hundred and thirty spirits fashioned after himself, occupied the Alamo, the frontier lor...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 April 1851

M0M1N SMT11L. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1851 SjTTmc Sentinel, has much the largest cir illation of any paper published in this county nd as an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making vst oj this meatum j or extending their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through, the Jullowtng agents' John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. IV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Etq, yew York Philadelphia id Bxltimoie. GOur new type will soon arrive, and the appearance of our paper will be much improved. All we ask is to be supported according to our just deserts, and we will be satisfied. Subscribe for your own county paper, and urge your friends to do likewise. Don't let us stick in the mud. Put vour shoulders to the wheel. CP The Butler "HeraM" comes to us partly m mourning oa account of the de- g cease of Hon. Wm. Beatty. QPThe"Pt'nnsylvanian"h...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 April 1851

MM ' - , T a Tut Ltt? Ki HiriiW IC 71 f xaicrrirlsrrti-d herlriS ichm tit CITY HOTEL !. ill i Siffi TLirf SSA Philadeldhin. S IIlFEOTED exteact, s THE WORLD'S FAIR! MIC flAEL DAY MAGEHAY nncioiAl'liiLlldOC LU. WHOLESALE CEOCEES ANT ! ILLA, J'CI CIS it Vim -.. ill Jar lb isE:'rcf-rrrr' or -iRjer fi fc - friT.f. ; CO" MISSION MERCH A NTS. j 1 . A TTORyETA T LA IF, EEENS3r2G, --turns rKu SOX, JR.- 4 '"t" . , - . - .v t;iT-if tic Sei fMrn:r, btzt j it t ! . ut r-c. , t mcwtw, Acaa Txrtct. G rr T.vrcsii "Hudfcrs:2f ior-J ?El c:'- asw pciE? lrr fr Jr. Anders-Pi. hi tb er.fs r v ties of irmr.rirT cos ix half Jz.r CurJfsitd irrrr.i Zhtrizi. "Zizfi IT.t, April 21. C-r:ICfn:f, firiie-rr-jr." prr liLf rrer za-r r r i:. TVj.'r Erril-kk B. Wr,rr- te. i-. Her.rr FlTt-. 'Whir Ui ir i: r.fit Csnrrts L'jS ui r is'-'j-t Lr'. 1 r'- -rDd of L.cxense, Mcn,?ir, Col'rn r, ,t. tad Wrptr mr ra-?r,-ve. T"r C'p: . -w: D-xrril-1 o"ri'.ffe j-jLfre Jirr-f. TTrirr.: tnd Fi-Iier sr : . rrf-5 :. II - r.. Jrsr-L Ces...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 April 1851

4 IP D IB & :av THE MURMUR OF THE SHELL. BY THE HON. MRS. NORTON. A aailor left his native land, A simple gift he gave; A sea.ehell gathered by his hand, " From out the rippling wave; Oh, love, by this remember me! Far inland thou mast dwell. But thou shall hear the sounding sea, In the murmur of the shell. Ah, woe is me! withtattet'd sail The ship is wildly tost! A drowning cry is on the gale, They sink and all are 'usl! While happy yet untouched by fear. Repeating his farewell, Poor Mary smiles, and loves to hear The murmus of the shell. The tidings wrecked h?r t-imple brain; , And smi'ing now blie goc.o, A mad g'ul reckless of her puin Unconscious of her woes; U.jt w hen they ring the village chinica, Thai toll'd the lover's knell, Stic sighs and says site hears at times Death-music in the shell! .Monument to (JovernorShunk. We learn from the Reading Gazette that the Monument to the memory of our late worthy Governor lias been commenced at: Hargrave'3 Marble Yard, Kidge Road,...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 May 1851

r "WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV; WKEX THET CtAr Tn Tr-.r. - ILA5E TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. !? BY ANDREW J. Ulli-Y. EIlEXStiUKG, THURSDAY, 31 AY .1, 1851. VOL. 7. YO. 29. 1 PI rt T fix hi LI I ! r I MISCELLANEOUS 1'arkft lor Selling Tcca? Wcaen ia Ucfrv. Every year at the feast of St. IV.er, hich comes cu in the latter dn s of June. r.f.i5ntrv nf the district. fBihari meet s ----...- . - . v . 1 r . Ioettier at a certain uacc.ii'r uic jiuijMj-. r,f"a ccneral fair. .Tins fair has a ery ocular interest for the oung men ar.d the vour.tr maidens, for it is there that, Willie purciiasiii-i liuusciiuiu u:i-u;ii3 m.u t i. i : u -., -,-.",1 --,t f:-.ir.i!v necessaries, they choose for them- cel.es partners and conclude marriages. ' The patents brincr tlieir marriageable daughters, with each one her little dower accompany inz her, loaded up in a small c.irt. This dower is of coarse propor tionate to the lowly condition of these mountaineers, some sheep, sometimes a tew ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 May 1851

' MOUNTAIN SENTHrEL, Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1851 BXThk Sentinel, has much the largest cir euianon oj any paper published in this county I 1 M . ana as an advertising sheet ojjers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us oj rai mraiumjor extending their business can do so lu either sending their notices direct, or through, the following agents' John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. t2. . Varr, Ivans' Buildings, Third st J'hUadrlphia. V. It. Palmer, Esq , NewYork Philadelphia a uailimore. G&Our new type have arrived al last, and next week, we hope, our paper will present a neater appearance. It is, even now, a neat paper, but we want to make it superior. CP The Weather for two Jays past has been cold, wet, and disagreeable, enough to give a man the blues, when we should have nice, dreamy, spring weather. tJT Our town presented quite a lively appearance on Monday evening last. Fifteen wagons arrived loadened ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 May 1851

Complaints of Xtiico. Washington, April 27. A formal com plaint has been made by the Mexican r-.....nm.ni in conseauence 01 ine re- peated Indian outrages on their frontier. By the treaty with Mexico, the United 1 jo nrotert t!io frontier be tween this contitry an J Mexic- from In-j dian agression'. Confess, it will be remembered, at the Usi session iailed to make the appropriation asked by the V ar Department for this duty, and it conse quently has not been performed. ...... ...f.,oo tr, ratilV the lehu .cr.,COa tr ratilV me a cu""l'" Treaty unless the provisions of the peace treaty are carried out. Mr. ebster nrobablv hastened his arrival here in con Lquence of this difficulty. The Presi dent may, if he deem the matter of suffi cient importance, der the. troops to be paid out of the se :t service fund. From Lnrnos Ayrcs. Salfm, Mass., April 28. By the bark icrentine. which arrived at this Port this morning, we have advices from Buenos : Avres to March 2d. The resignation of Rosas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 May 1851

as t .1 n ' -1 : J1 a . 1 1 1 15 If t ; J . J f. j i 1 8 -i.. i 1! f 'at - ' 1 s 4 TIip "Mountain Sentinel" is published ev try 1 hursday morniny at Two Dollars per annum, payable halt yearly. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearage are paid. A ailure to notify a discontinuance attheexpira tionoljthe term subscribed for, will be consider ed as a new engagement. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at the following rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for the second; 1 for threo insertions, and 25 cents per square for 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. 0A11 letters and communications, to insure attention must be postpaid. THE NEAREST ROUTE TO THE GOLD DIGGINS...

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