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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 November 1851

Cholera Morbus. -rr Vi 1 1 . 1.17 TT 1-' V FTTRAOKUIAAa Z I.UBK. , w certify that about two weeks ago 1 Ihe?KSth a violent attack of Vomiting w" p n" (Cholera Morbus,) with very dis ndPur81 the stomach and bowels, which trfsS.i, r , removed by two tea-spooutu as coi A ! iun,um. taken in a little water. . rtt II1C " ' r having' ,J comfurtalb c,i lite i.i si uese, i 1'jr tin .: hoars. slept souiiiilv henry wis I-:, Jr., oa: 1 Steamboat .Wiadue. MM ROD GttABlLL. 0. ;.b '-. December 12, 1849. Timtonii of Disease . -J never be disregarded. They ere uner SU -n lirfltioa that the vital functions of nature v.ri been interrupts -"ft-" I that serious evils must inevitably follow, ni the svstem be again set right by the EH' t re!y use of proper remedies m uear in mind, that naturo is ever en- r"n" to expel disease when it invades the !n?mal economy, and only needs the assistance ?ne crenial restorative thorough, yet mild action-that will give tone to the system, and act rrosTiiE bi-oou which i...

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. — 27 November 1851

IJST OF RETAIXJUIS Qf (foods and Merchandise in Cambria count for the year 1851. According to the Cth section of the Act of 1U2, passed March 4th, it is the duty of the respective county Treasurers "to publish annu ally in the month of November, in two news papers in the several cities, and in one in each ounty where a paper is published, a list of all persons returned to him as Retailers of Goods and Merchandize, designating those who have, and those who hare not taken out License within their respective ciues ana eouuuefi. W Crane. set taken out Daniel Litzinger, do de Henry llarber, de do Roger Shiels, do do John P Parriah, do do Moore 1. Carroll, taken out Peter Wible, met taken out Francis Bvrne, do do John B Miller, taken out Robinson, Shoenberger, k ., sot taken out Peter Shoenberger, do do George S King & co., do do Rhey, Matthews & ., do do James Dick, taken out Daniel Ross, do do fcicbenseher & Straw, do do Michael B-ranan, do do John Kingston, de do Joha Short...

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. — 4 December 1851

'WU GO WHLItL DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY : WHEN THEY nvCT- - LEAD, WE CaJASK TO FOLLOW." jf III! I MY: KEKUICii8S I8L1S 8-B1II3 8. TERMS.' 1 r ..ZOUXTAfX SHMIM:" is publish- j U ever-' evcr.- Thursday morning, at Jici- Zo:f;i irs per ',i ,ulseri;tion wnl bo take en for a shorter ,-J than six months : and no paper will be 'r.-t:..-,. 1 l '",7 all arrearages tire vail. A -- . ;lt'' a. u;s?or.tiiniunci? at the cxpira- . . ei:Vvri-.Cr ft T. Will 1. 0 C( liSld- tcad tt ivru. .. , ! """" "1 nrn-frjrs will be ii.3crtc.t-. tbIV.vIug rates: 50 cents per s-vu.U"f i tiefirit insertion; 75 cents for two insertion?: il fur three insc-rLn-as; ana o cents persqmue r.-ev-rv subsequent insertion. A liberal redue- j ft. niaJc t those v.!v advertise by tne voir. . All advert. s.-ments iiamica in musi nu .m m-ii-.eit mermen tr tv V.::l 1;0 puui.a'j.'.l uhUht.d until forbuluen, ar.-.i ,-u . -(ti.1 ' .-Kvurdancc with th. above terms. t ti-Ul letU-rs and communications to insare i fcAii.tuni jn r...

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. — 4 December 1851

mmi SENTINEL ANDREW J. RHEY, EDITOR. EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, December 4, 1851. tttv nSFVTrXEL" has much the largest circulation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sneei ojjers superior inuoc tn merchants and business men generally Tkntr Animus of makino use ot this medium for extending their business, can do so by either sending their notices direct, or tnrougn tnejououing agents John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. V. B. Palmer, Esq., -Yew York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. FOR PRESIDES! OF THE UNITED STATES, JAMES BUCHANAN OF PENNSYLVANIA. IMPORTANT. Hon. Philip Noon, John Cessna, George W. Bowman, Jas. B. Sansom, and the editor of this paper, cannot condescend to notice the winnings of curs, or the clusterings of disappointed office- seekers. An argument court commenced on Tues day morning and ended on Wednesday evening, Judges Taylor and Kinkead on the bench. Judge Roberts was not in attendance. t6F On the first page of this week's paper are the proceedings at ...

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. — 4 December 1851

Cholera Morbus. ... foLlOWINO EXIMUuu.i v.. tkX w pprtifv that about two weeks ago J hereby riolent attack of omiting to aJ seizes " cfa j Morbu3,) with very dis Ptt'81""' l;n the stomach and bowels, which tressiBb j tcy removed by two tea-spoontu aS f the Petroleum, taken in a little water. i0t vinfftikpn thefirst dose, I slept soundly Ar ! "B . ,y for thre hours. ,8J comfortably HENRY WISE, JR., :8nC On bourJ Steamboat Ariadne. , SIMROD GRABILL. piS'g, December s, 1849. sviiiptoms of Disease .1 ..ir he disregarded. They are uner SfcJicrfon that the v.ta. Seen interrupted in th Sr'a,;": ;;nthat the vital f eir healthful action, v.febeen interrupt . . i John Treftz Stbat serious evils must inevitably folio .jj , w S,s the system be again set right by the - McGuire & McDe Sly use ofproperrewedies. nature is ever en- sear i" . tn exm?l disease when it invades the . on.l nnlv needs the assistance niaal eeonuv : :r . ., .unmes f'r.me eenial restorative thorough, yet mildi , ? Stfoa-...

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

UJ5T OF RETATLXRS 9tf tioods and Merchandise in Cumbria county for the year 1801. . According to the Oth section of the Act of 1842, passed March 4th, it is the duty of the rssnective county Treasurers "to publish annu ally in the month of November, in two news- j papers in the several cities, and in one m each aountv whera a paper is published, a list of ail tn aa Retailers of Goods! and Merchandize, designating those who have and thoso who have nottuken out License wiUuu their respective cities ani eounue." -Lw'r. not taken out W IT 1 uUt, Daniel Litzingw, Henry Harbcr, Koger Shiela, John P Parriah, 1 Moore & Carroll, Peter Wible, Francis Byrne, John B Miller, Robinson, Shoenbergw, k da do do do do do do taken out m&t taken wut do do taken out not taken out do d do do ' io do token out do do do da d da Peter Shoenbcrger, George S King i: co.. llhey, Matthews & James Dick, Daniel Rosa, Eichenseher & Straw, Michael Bra nan, John Kingston, John Shorti, Henry Zimmerman...

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. — 11 December 1851

L u A A WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO liar, Aa" ro LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. !$Tlir1iJlir iji iii hi ii hi iii hi hi II! si mm j. my. T li Jl S. -v., nv.vBi-unvopam. ui the final UispoM- rUOl'VTALYSi:XTXKL" is publish- " ma,Jc' of thcst: w hvc ial informa- ' "tSS4" 1Cr 1 1Ud; " tL? result of this illegal .ana,,, i-avab half f,.r a shorter nHaicd expedition. Thus, thoughtless ., Biil.scnpt.un will I't. wkeniora snor (jUlis ,11(,u L L induced bv fd , 1 od t.,uisiu;ont s; am no paper -will be lwst Ilta, tit ttw of jibC'.-ii t i ii u'.-a i . j " " t ' -uice at the expira- tU"r nlltr ron-h rash aud unfounded ex wlure o n-tity a discontinuance at me expir.i 1t.ct.,tK,lia oI assisting to accomi.lish l.oliLie-.l .- .i. . ...r,.. suhsoritod tor. Will be COIiSld- f ... . "Ccompiis.l political .... ..t t in? term si !reJ us a new en ira cement. EV- iDVEUTl.'iKMKXTS Tll be inserted i tlieMlowiug rates: 50 cents per square for tht tirst insertion: To cents f...

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. — 11 December 1851

w . i' 1 act referred to, I caused the stock to lc pre pared, aiid the five lui'lions which are to be is sued unconditionally, bearing an interest of five per cent, froin the 1st day of January, 1851, have been for some time ready to be delivered to the State of Texas. The authorities of Texas, up to the present time, have not authorized any one to receive their stock, and it remains in the Treasury Department, subject "to the order of Texas. The releases, required by law to be deposited in the Treasury, not having been filed there, the n.inniniwxr v millions have not beCIl lSSlied. This last amount of the stock will be withheld from Texas until the conditions upon which it is to delivered shall be complied with by the creditors of that State, unless Congress shall otherwise direct by a modification of the law. In my last annual message, to which I respect fully refer, I stated briefly the reasons which iuduced me to recommend a modification of the rrescnt tariff", by converting the...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 December 1851

u Koote withdrew Lis resolution welcoming Geo. Kossuth, it being biruuav "it j Hule L'adertrood, and Dawson. Mr. Seward Jej that le had a resolution, similar in sub stance to Gen. Foote's, which he would offer on n nUv. I"1- Henry Clay is quite ill. Mr. years Satur lav. Twenty-turee xngusn Euujects, l! " i . 1 tVen part in the Cuban Expedition, I ho baJ taken P v ' i have been pardoned by the Spanish government. -( The King of Hanover is dead. A revolution j broken out in Moroco, headed by the nephew ! . r-t1,i- Alnil.oxc fi sinvniT ' r w.a Kinoervi w r fl.e Emperor, ratner juainew was stay in Liverpool but intended going to Ireland in a few Javs. The Russians have sustained a ter rible defeat in Circassia, being completely routed aBJ losing 2$ guns. Tlie American steamship Prometheus, while on the coast of Nicaragua, was fired into by the English brig-of-war Express, on account of the rrometheus refusing to pay $123, claimed by authorities of Grey Town for present and average port ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 December 1851

ra CLOTHS &! irio ir.iyrs 1s.tna.1ixs? EVANS & MIES, lliivc iust received from Philadelphia at their clothing store in Ebeusburir, a large assortment of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, among which maybe enumerated a fine lot of doth, dress, sack and business coats of the best quality and most approved style ; beaver, felt, and blanket overcoats of all sizes; a large lot of satinett and cassimere pantaloons of various colors and qualities; and a splendid assortment of silk, satin, cassimere, plain and fancy vests, together with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO, fine and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, stocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of superior hats, caps, &c, all of which they will disooso of on the most reasonable terms. They have also on hands a large stock of cloths, cas hmeres and Testings, which they are prepared to make m in the most workmanlike manner, and on the most uccoininodating terms for cash or approved country produce. The entire stock f c...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 December 1851

1 A 1M I 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POIXT THE WAY; WHEN THEV CEASE TO LEAD v E CEASE TO FOLLOW." J. mi t c n 31 s. ) VOI'XTAIX SEXTIXEL" is publish- e.UM.ry Thursday morning, at Twj IMlars per of your hurrahs, ft trumpet call for her resur- aU T -F:JrSi 'n wmUU taken for a shorter j lf tbere rc no 5ch 7 ' pc in lTU tk'uus'ix months; and no paper will be i your eyes, if there was no such trumpet calls i '-.unaiie'l fn!U all crrearayts are jai-l. A j i your cheers, then wo to Europe's oppressed ' i- t r.Mi'fv a discontinuance at the expira- j nations ! Thev will stand alone in the hour cf ,;vB ,,t the t;,;ul.nSTU;;, fr' wiU hC t0,'SlJ" Less fortunate than you, they will meet tni-3S J OITIsSkXTS will be inserted : no 1 rotherl.hand to keep them in the npproach at iliel rates: 30 cents per square for ' ir.g great fight against the leagued despots of t'le tirt iiiii rtioii: To cents lV.r two insertions; the world. si fur three msertmns : ana cents per square , t revt rv subsequen...

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. — 18 December 1851

aBiiTHi-MjliK " 'rr--' ANDREW J. llIIE'r, K1)1TQ1I. . EBENSIiUKC!, PA. Thursday, December 1, IS 1. tiwl'Hion of any PaPer published in this county and a an advertising heet offer superior u.dace nents to 'merchants and business men gemrully. Those desirous of mating use ot this medium Jor extending their business, can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents. John Crotise, Esq., Johnstown. V. 17. rahaer, Esq., Xetc lork, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. for riiKSim:-NT ok the i sited states, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. The leather is intensely cold Ther mometer, yesterday, 12 below zero sleighing not very good. Staie Treasurer. ' Gen. John M. Bickcl has so faithfully dis charged the duties of the above office, and has justly became so popular with the people of the State, that his re-nomination is looked upon as a fixed fact. As a gentleman he wins admira tion from all by his kind, courteous, and agreea ble disposition, and his superior in finan...

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. — 18 December 1851

iU - 1 Cholera .Morbus. . RinVTTPK YATMT I Eeud;? s:ZiiZlZti& of rartaersbif.f TT TT Fa FTTi-i-c: .Vr;ifv ttut.tym vveexs 1 . . A:I j...,. Crested Li-rbv ..rdf c I that Kecerl ih.ok, VoL . rage 4 ad, ia.tLc fo-r j - -' " -; ' 1 d;;: ft:a .c' N,-n,:l:r?,t -: Vi:::; a-v. T.wr-e,- recording of-Deel,;.-. -i ; ; i Lrnmr ev . ' ';.. nil .i--.--v-I--Y;V-;;j AH ther:rht. title aivdn;V.rt of said Dtn" J JjUl ff : 'SW U - - . , - . . . . o . .. l ...o Je . at .Loa' s i --" ca--.i e o s.:o- -i.. ., , . yii - - Pctrcteuui. Mien, in a luut -'i:r. Kt:r-. :n -ml r s.-.M cctmfv. - t teen fccdre-i .,-r,!s of wood ou tue .ami yi J '- . . . i ,,l ,. . ....... !:.-, ., - ' - - "o o i , . . . v -rie:; r. i s--t -j---- v unv o j i;'.!;:::u -f neat: i vi I r arrtn. rrabiv f,r thr;- hours. t ;:ec i;t of T r - -a SLnrn. r-,,.-,. ' Taken ia Exc-ccrlen and t- le !! at the n:t tl:v I-.---t v:.: .. rf V:!!:.-s:t -m ,t...,..i ! .vf i vtor LeTcr-.L ft,r use of Kfcer, .Mattnvs ,V.T 2lM'.tD GKAliiLL. j . f 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. — 18 December 1851

CLOTHIE! IV Jl O JVAN TS JiARG A IN S? mil OUCHES, Hare just received from Philadelphia, at their clothing store in Ebensburg, a large assortment of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, among which may le enumerated a fine lot of cloth, dress, sack and business coats of the best quality and most approved style ; beaver, felt, and blanket overcoats of all sizes ; a large lot of satinett and. cassimere pantaloons of various colors and qualities; and a splendid assortment of silk, satin, cassimere, plain and fancy vests, together with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO, fine and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, stocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of superior hats, caps, &c, all of which they will dispose of on the most reasonable terms. They have also on hands a large stock of cloths, cas simeres and vestings, which they are prepared to make up in the most workmanlike manner, and on the nust accommodating terms for cash or approved country produce. The entire stock of clothing...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 December 1851

u If 1 1 J I 8 11 111 II illMI I MET. U 11 31 S. rce .MOl'XTAIX S-YTI.YL" is publish ed every Thursday morning, at Tk-o Dullara per Liwii," payable half yearly. subscription will be taken for a shorter r,-A than sis months ; and no paper will Le ".".Voniinncd vutil all arrearages are paid. A 'i : .re to notify a discontinuance nt the expira tonvf the term subscribed for, will be consid ,:tl as a new engagement. CfS AIVKn$.VJ-:.YrS will be inserted the Wiowing rates: 50 cents per square for r;t insertion: o cents for two insertions; Ji for three iusertiuns ; and 25 cents per square reverv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to tb'jse who advertise by the year. bunded in must have the -.Kir number of insertions marked thereon, J rther vul be publisneu until ioruiuueu, ana fjsreJ in accordance with tbe above terms. jfrAil letters and communications to insure Mention must be port paU. A. J. 1U1Y. rilL 1'KOII) MISS MAC 1SSUD1L, A LEGEND OF GOTHAM. terribly proud was Miss Mac ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 December 1851

HOVlif AIH SIITIIBL ANDREW J. KIIEY, EDITOR. EHENSUUKG, PA. Thursday, December 25, 1S51. r;rr ns;F'TrXEL" has muck the larges1 circulation of am) paper published in this county arid as an advertising sheet offers superior induce--norrhnni and business men generally. ti,..,. ,t..,;M,ui nf m.-ikinti use ot this medium lor A IK'Ot vww " " 7 - . extenJino their business, can do so by either sending i'r nofw tfirec, or Virougn me jouowmg uytio r..;. r.v.itii .Tnhnxtoiun. lr. Z?. Palmer, Esq-, A'ew Jc. Philadelphia, and Baltimore. FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. JCSP'Thc dwelling Louse of John Crousc, Esq., of Johnstown, was burned to the ground on FriJay night last. We Lave not learned the particulars, but understand it caught fire from a grate upsetting. Mr. Crouse loses heavily, cot being insured. THE LATE X17CYS. The exciting news from France, of another revolution, will be found in to-day's paper. Louis Napoleon, so far, plays a bold game, and the...

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. — 25 December 1851

u i liolt ra Jlorliu. TIIE rau-viso EXTWocMNAnr cuke. CCTIli' iii.i - ....... . violent attacK cu oiuuing 1 ht-ry REGIS.! ilt'S NOTICE. with a i !,,r.-;r". 1 C ' ; r mm! in -' i i,r; 1...mi.;.t.IV remo-ci i-v i-, a . j ".miii Morbus. ) with very dis-j find bowels, v J.ich A:: . r : Tied ,2T:ikn thet.rst iose, 1 s.ept syun-i v f.-r thr. ' hours. HKNKY W1E, JIL, Oa boari Steamboat Ariadne. NIMKOD GllAPILL. December 12, 1K. It ,Qv never be disregarded. They are trocr -.I in their licalthiul action, L..t , . .. j., ii liiterrupiv ; . . ... : :.ii.. f it ..- ,1. T , VJ..US CWlS II1UM. 111. 1 lilUlJ. J.'llt', bo airain set richt bv the .:Ty.r v.5? I1.,- :-V:rUin proper remedies. niiiw. mat nature cur m I I CXpel is ever cn- disease when it invades the i i . : . -1"' 0 "cnial restorative thorough, yet mil J T.jj tbat will give tone to the system, i'u"i i iv.n THE EL(-,0I "ivblch is the principal rV-'TT S YELLOW DOCK AND SAPSAPA ' niLLA, .-fver ( f the blood, a renovator of the vid a surpom...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 25 December 1851

CLOTBIG! ;r O JVAXTS Ii Jl R G A I X s ? EVANS & HUGHES, Have just received from Philadelphia at their clothing store in Ebeusburc, a large assortment cf FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, among -which may be enumerated a fine lot of cloth, drees, sack and business coats of the best quality and most approved style ; beaver, felt, and blanket overcoats of all sizes; a large lot of satinett and cassimere pantaloons of various colors and qualities; and a splendid assortment of silk, satin, cassimere, plain and fancy vests, together with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO. fine and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, etocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of uperior hats, caps, &c, all of which they "will dispose of ou the most reasonable terms. They have also on hands a large stock of cloths, cas simeres and vestings, which they are prepared to make up in the most workmanlike manner, and on the most accommodating terms for cash or approved country produce. The entire stock of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 January 1852

rtfilfiT mnifiiirfMitftitr A 'trfr 'WE GO WIIERJS DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WJiEX THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." e m- m a a m m f am J. buy. T U K M S. The -MOVXTAIX SEXTIXEL" is publish ed every Thursdav morning, at Two Dollars per uMm;rayuble half jenrly .No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six mouths ; and 110 paper will be Continued until oil arrearages are paid. A t'ailare to notify a discontinuance at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a uew engagement. AltYERllSEMEXTS will be inserted at thTfoilowing rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; To cents for two insertions; $1 lor three insertions ; and -o cents per square (or every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. All advertisements handed in must have the j'roi'er number of insertions marked thereon, or they will be published until forbidden, and charged in accordance with the alove terms. gj-w....

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. — 1 January 1852

M01ITUI SESTIIEL. ANDUKW J. RIIEY, EDITOR. E15ENSBUKCJ, PA. T!iiiid:i.v, January 1, 77; "SEXT1XEL," has much the targes' circulation of any paper published in this county and as ait advertizing sheet offers superior induce ments to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making use ot this medium for extending their business, can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the folloivtng agents. John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. V. B. Palmer, Esq., Xci'J York, Philadelphia, and Jialtimore. ICR PUES1DKNT OK THE I N1TE1 STATES, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. On the 8th of January, next Thurs Jay, the Sons of Temperance hold a jubilee at this place, which promises to be an affair of much merit and if great assistance to the cause. Several di visions from adjoining counties are expected to bo in attendance, and the society "-will be ad dressed by various gentleman of well known competency and ability. JEy Next week is Court, and it would be a thankful favor if...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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