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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 January 1852

u t- Which of the European sovereigns would incommoded, if the earth began to re . the equatorial axis r The Emperor of realise it wkii'.J occasion a rising of let- Because it w v::.J that if the next news from Eu- It ...... 1,:. ...,.?wt t further .'.an Washington. Otherwi lie REGISTER'S A0TKI-. All persons interested are hereby notified that the following administration accounts hare been allowed and filed in the Renter's office of C-nn bna county .and wiu be presented for confinna ui.u to the Orphans' Court to be held at Ebem- burg in and f..r said county d-ty of January nest: l he account of Teresa Sh at Ebens- on Monday the Gib Philadelphia Ledger informs us that , Len, m ritt.-b'.sr-r. belonging to an iron master, a pile of pig iron, and sat nnon Sr. ras found that she had hatched but -lEOli . . . ... it - -11 o. ivul"l VI i ,J,Mt visit Cincinnati ami oliicr cit:es in win &.c, or n 11:1am Sharp, deceased.: ...,.. I account 01 Daniel 11 uber. Executor of tl, Vi'-1-'1' last ...

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. — 1 January 1852

IV II O JVA N TS B A RG.11X s ? EVANS & HUGHES, Have just received from Philadelphia at their clothing store in Ebensburg, a large assortment of FALL AND 'WTNTEH CLOTHING, among which may he enumerated a fine lot of cloth, dress, sack and business coats of the Lest quality and most approved style ; beaver, felt, and blanket overcoats of all sizes; a large lot of satinett and cassimerc pantaloons of various colors and qualities ; and a splendid assortment of Bilk, 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 cimeres 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 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. — 8 January 1852

m m . "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD ffE CE E TO FOLLOW.' I! ASflffl J. MET. BOB WW- 3, 1851 TER .MS. Tie '-.'lOrXTAIX SXTJXL" is publish ed every Thurslj y moraine, at 7u-o Dollars per j salsv-ntioa wiU be tat en for a shorter i IvT three issrtions ; and 1'3 cents per square j f.rev-.ry salsetut Lisrtijn. A liberal rrduc- T ilow 1 cia Host I wouldn't go tj siej' How I j. uli'J the tacle linen. T.'Ith its contents on the door; U-w my mvther shanked me f:r it. Till my t-.-nivr liesh was sac. 1 remember. I remember, Vi,ea I irit began ti talk; izd I a'.i j well remember Well the day I tried to walk : F.ro I rasp'd c'-d Jowler's co.iar, i;ut Le gave a sudden hop, 63 i:o a pan cf water, J.wler p It this child -ker slop." I reTimbcr. I remember, V. ecu I uscJ to go to school, ihw 1 kept a wateafui eye cn The sca-oiiaaster's rod ar.d rule; E.w I cat up monkey-shines Evt-ry time his tack was turned H.w 1 scxeuu.es used to citch it, Whta I'd not m...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 January 1852

-ft i-C-S-JJC-y' !ii.troi'.i;cc Levis Kisiuth to tLc Scci-tc of the concerns. U-SAi44 I United States." On Monday, the House ofj "1 stand ssfo&&& j Rc prebCLtatives passed a resolution appointing testation a " . a ttij.jujttcc cf five to iiitiodi.ee Kossuth to that( State right m P i1 I t ! I if 1 ii ii ANDREW J. RHLY, EDITOR. EIIENSHUKO, Thursday, January S, IS52. Ei, 777 "SEXTIXEL" has much the largrs1 circulation of any payer published in Ihis count; a:d as an advertising sheet ofers superior induct-n-.is to merchants and business men general!;. T.tose desirous of making use ot this medium for extenUnj their business, can do so by either sending the!r no'tiers direct, or through the following agents. John C rouse, Esj., Johnstown. V. D. Palmer, Esq., Xcce l'vrk, Philade'phia, and B iltimore. FOR PRESIDENT F Kit l.MUU STATLS, JAMES BUCHANAN OP PENNSYLVANIA. The weather during the past week has teen a combination of summer, autumn, and winter. First fair and warm, then ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 January 1852

' ::r.r. - 1 2-"j-2oiicr?. ; li i aae :.n I -.1 t Til. lie American r ef tl.rt-c tL. usnd ru-iits ..V.a v M Li Illlt EM'tl.ll3 "l'iSUK mixute to the Meditcr- ! Are row Win- conferred, in the shape of Lv the r , iN... i Mr.vtu .r "a . ai.a -v:r : j :jv a; a.verooi ii.ri.ct, !..-ii.g C,a the li-.-i'i cf I ccatlar, :.n j -ad Week il.'l i-i-a ihc iual .iiiiistt-r; Mr. I-:i r nc sr. .z.-.i .ttli I rum a., i..:. .tre a l.-.rg :a...ed to s; ctii iJ,e Christmas The nest rxpei;:! to the Artie regions, ia good tditifj. dr'r.i.nc. loffnir.a, v?c., ye.t auoacrilcr. at trie UinOU HOUSE. WVI Ff.r r.f li Vr. 4 A P. R. Ik 1. 152.-13. ;2. :u seaiah a..as.ng ifcV.s of Sir J J.u riaukllu, and the' ? ;jiJiii!'!e rarns For Kent. The unde rairned will rent for a term of one SPAIN. k id we b.ve thJ gnTrfTn;r rws f s .iill It iS VU.-ic X t ' t.. J fcti- .,- i, ....... ... Firm-? Mtll'te in ci tue i-.rcLus aud Terror, uhs- v.u.:t.-:.' rmbria count v. at a je Ttr ahiis, w.ll be made as edieieut as p os-'di-t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 January 1852

rrno nixT s bar g.i ix s? Hare just received from Philadelphia at their lothing store in Ebensburg, a large assortment FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, among which may be enumerated a fine lot of loth, dress, sack and business coats of the best quality end mcst Approved style ; beaver, felt, nd blanket overcoats of all sizes; large lot f satinett ond enssimero pantaloons of various colors and qualities; and a splendid assortment f bilk, satin, cassimere, plain and fancy vests, together with every kind of bojs' clothing. ALSO, fine end coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, '.ocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of uperior huts, caps, &c, all of which they will diepose of on the most reasonable terms. They " - '"'c'- v VIVIAN, limercs and vestir-gs, which they arc prepared j vo mate up in the most workmanlike manner, and on the most accommodating terms for cash r approved country produce. The entire 6tock of clothing is niado up according to the latest fashions. Having selected t...

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. — 15 January 1852

3 'WE GO WEESE DEMOCRATIC PEINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEIT THET CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO TCLLOW." cc M El M M C rHi i 1 i t5v r-3 I? I It.A E3 1-1 E-i?5! VOLUME VIII. EBEASMM, THURSDJY, MUM 15, 18-52. t n it 3i s. The "XOL'XTAIX SEXTIXEL" is publih ki every Thursday morning, at Two J)oilars per Milium." payable half yearly. 'o subscription will be taken for a shorter rt-rio'l thau sis months ; ami no paper will be j;,Cuntiiiued uti'd all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expira iiuii of the term subscribed for, will be consid- as a new engagement. ' tQ AIt'L'I!TliLVKXTS will bo inserted at the following rates: 50 cents per square f..r the !ir?t insertion: 75 cents for two insertions; 1 for three insertions : and 23 cents per square c ,r ..v.tv subso'iuent insertion. A liberal reuue- turn mnJe t.i thie who reformation. It is wanting in proper checks and the enforcement of proper responsibility ; to secure which it is respectfully urged upon the Legisl...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 January 1852

pass by on the other side for his heart was & uoble licart, wLich throbbed with impulses lor all humanity. His heart was like iron at -white Leat, which glows but does not sparkle. He welcomed the approach of European poplar liberty with euth is'msti joy, and all his life long nothing could diminish in him the hope with which he looked forward to the future of Europe. And, ladies and gentlemen, what oc casion is this which is presented to us! Our illustrious friend comes among us as the harbin ger of the future. Republicanism first came into being among colonies. The colonies of monarchical Greece first instituted republican ism. Men went off, leaving behind them mon archical and aristocratieal systems, and planting colonies, and then, when away from the domes tic influence of aristocracy and monarchy, they eet themselves up as free. It was thus found out by the light of nature that nations were able to govern themselves ; and that self-gov-vrnment, after it became known in the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 January 1852

4 -J SENATE. IlAREisucno, Jan. 6. The Senate convened at 3 o'clock, and was .i ta order lv .Mr. Speaker Matthias. Uiivt The roll vas taea called, and every Senator On motion cf Mr. Crabbo, the Senate pro- cecJeJ to the election of a Speaker, when thjcej unsiiccess .U Lnun-'iings vrerv xiau, vue result uc inggencrailj as follows: 1st ballot. 2nd Srd 3 Ln II. Walker, Whig, 1G 15 15 Jh-urv A. .tiumcuung, "-iu., iw m . . i i 1 ..... n.,. "I 1 1 15 William F. Pucker, " 1 Riomas Carson, Whig, 1 On the second and third ballotirigs, Mr. Hamil ton native, from Philadelphia, did not vote, and there were two votes scattering those cast by Messrs. Walker and Muhlenberg. There being no choice, the Senate, on motion of Mr. Fraily, adjourned until 11 o'clock to morrow. HOUSE. The House of Representatives was called to crJer at 11 o'clock, and the roll being called, 04 members answered to their names. The certificates of the members elected were presented and read, and The House then proceeded to t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 January 1852

CLOTHE WJIO WA N TS B.lRGJl IX S? EVANS & IICGIIES, nv just received from Philadelphia at theirj Uthing store in Ebensburg, a large assortment f FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, among which may he enumerated a fine lot of loth, dress, sack and business coats of the best quality and most approved style ; beaver, felt, knd blanket overcoats of all sizes; a large lot f satinctt fcnJ cassimerc pantaloons of various olom nd ijv .lities; and a splendid assortment f silk, sant cussirnere, plain and fancy rests, together with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO, fln and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, tocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of uperior hats, cups, Sic, ull of which they will ditpose of on the most reasonable terms. They Lave also on hands a large stock of cloths, cas kimcres and vestings, which they are prepared to make up in the most workmanlike manner, and on the most accommodating terms for cash r approved country produce. The entire stock fcf clothing is made up ...

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. — 22 January 1852

" WE GO WHE2E DEMOCRATIC PEINCIFLE3 POINT THE WAY ;WHEH THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' roLFME mi. t K 31 s. Ihe "MO LX'TAX 8EXTIXEL" is publish id every Thursday morning, at Two Dollars per juaum, payable half yearly. So subscription will be taken fur a shorter perU'J th in six months ; ami no paper will be j:sO"Ut;nucl until till arrarages are paid. ..A failure U notify a discontinuance at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. fZi. .11' VERTl.SEMEXTS will be inserted t the loll'jwing rates: 50 cents per square for tue tirst insertion : 75 cents for two insertions; 5.1 fur throe insertions : and l2-" cents per square t'crvirv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. A'l :i Iwrtisomenls handed in must have the j.r ; r namovr of insertions marked thereon, t,r tin .' v;!i be puhlUhed uiuil forbidden, and c'-ur.'i 1 in aeoovdauec with the above terms. JV.A: letters and communications to i...

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. — 22 January 1852

HBHTAII SENTINEL ANDREW J. IUIEY, EDITOR. EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, January 22, IS32. 77Z7 "SEXTIXEL," has much the larges circulation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising 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 following agents. John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. V. B.. Palmer, Esq., Xtw York, Philadelphia, mnd Baltimore. TOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. v ...... . ... ----- Organization o I I lie Canal Hoard. Ou Tuesday, the 15th hist., Gc-n. Seth Clover filtered upon Lis duties as Canal Commissioner. John A Gamble was then, elected President ot the Boar J, and Tho. L. Wilsou, Secretary. James IJtielianan. The sentiments of this gentleman Lave becii ao much misrepresented by the Whigs, who have never ceased to charge him with beiug opposed to the interests o...

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. — 22 January 1852

'mRivAior the asia. New Yohk, Jan. 10, 1.S52. jlio CunarJ steamship Asia,., with Liverpool (ja'CJ tnc instant, being . one week later "vcJ at licr wharf, at Jersey City, at 0 o'clock tiii evening. I';C :n-'jt'i':t.r "jr I't'u Sapoloon is said to be Qrnt Wrtt-.ru and Canada Company, iu six per 'Dt debentures, repayable in 1S57, Las been flj3nkteJiu London. ENGLAND. Tho London Morniug Advertiser etates that tba cause of Lord Palmerston's resignation, was tie interference on the part of the Prime Min i tor witli tie affairs of tbe Foreign Secretary t'i it Lord Palmerston, on ascertaining the fact, licawc very indignant, and by letter demanded explanation. 11c anr-wcr cf the Premier was vague and tLaiIiit:i, and the result was a lengthened ccr rcr.oudcnee between the Foreign Secretary and te 1'reniicr. At the cabinet meeting only nine out of fifteen members were present, and Lord John Russell iviteJ that in consequence of some iuisunder unJin about Foreign Affairs, Lord Palnierston h.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. — 22 January 1852

WHO WANTS BAR G A IN S? EVMS& Have just received from Philadelphia at their clothing store in Ebensburg, a largo assortment f FALL. AND WINTER CLOTHING, among which may be 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 eatinett and cassimere pantaloons of various colors and oualities: and a splendid assortment of silk, satin, cassimere, plain and fancy vests, together with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO, fine and course shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, f tocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of mperior 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 timeres 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 clothing is made up accordi...

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. — 29 January 1852

Jl II II II II i "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW " VOLUME nil. him 16. T K It 31 S. ILe "JfOUXTAX SEXTIXEL" is publish j cvry Thursday morning, at Two Dollars per wamu, payable half yearly So subscription will be taken for a shorter norii than six months ; and no paper will be a sjjtit'nued until all arrearages art paid. A rjre to notify a discontinuance at the expira r:ua uf the term subscribed fur, will be consid-c-e.l as a new encasement. 'c3i. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at ti..: following rates: 50 cents per square fwr tie rst insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; SI Lr three insertions ; and 25 cents per square i;r everv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. All advertisements handed Ln must have the proper number of insertions marked thereon, or tiiev will be published until forbidden, and tliarjre'l in accordance with the above terms. (,.111 letters and communic...

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. — 29 January 1852

SBBlTAia SIITIIIt. - ANDREW J. RHEY, EDITOR. E I! KNSBUKG. PA. Thursday, January 29, 772.' "SEXTIXEL," has much the largest circulation of any paper published in this county aid as ik advertising sheet oners superior indues mr.ts to merchants and business men generally. Ttoss desirous of making use ot this medium for extending their business, can do so by either sending their notices direct, or tnrough the jollounng agents John Crou3C, Esq., Johnstcu-n. V. B. Palmer, Esq., Xew York, Philadelphia, md Baltimore. FOH PRESIDENT 0? TIIE VSITED 3 TATE 3 JAMES BUCHANAN", OF PENNSYLVANIA. SSajf The Rev. A. Mcllwainc will preach a Ttmpcrcnce Sermon at ll.e Presbyterian Cburcb, ia thi3 borough, on next Sunday, commencing at the hour of 11, A. M., of said day. The friends of Temperance are requested to attend. 5Stf- col ljigicr naa appointed ueo. n. Mar. tin, of Philadelphia, one of bis Aids, with the rnk of Lieut. Colonel. 57" The Christiana prisoners have all been discharged, the bills prefe...

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. — 29 January 1852

HJ Tii Future ol" Italy. f-d tho following remmk.s 'upon the fu t iwlT ia the -London Quarterly Review : . rorilsbnicn. ifthcywul, reahy and m car . JvC a thought to t be future of Italy, must prononnca rot on'y without shuddering, venvrVi somodojrea of ffcitb and lif-?o. fc0t i Republic." And this is rapidly err.-.- our is os i eminent -.i,. a fw years aso would not"Lave i-a- V a republic with patience, and who even would resent, in the strongest manner, as txr Impudsnco and disorderly pedantry, any .crcntt9 rr.iss a republican controversy in En 7 J have become convinced, and daily and S declare in their conversations on the sub act cn'y that a republic is the only solu Iba pwsible for Italy, tut that the hour is not ,,-t'v to bo deprecated when all tho thrones Uie continent will have to bow themselves Lo-X-e 'the b'1 of fl republlcanlmrric ana" The Stale legislature. "bo Ilfirrisburg State Journal, says: "Tho Wislatnr?, this year, as far as wo can judge r.??crancc3, will compare v...

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 January 1852

CLOTHIE! JV II O .? XTS B A JIGJil X s ? EVANS OIIGHES, Hav juat received from Philadelphia at their clothing store in Ebensburg, a large assortment rt PALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, among vrhich may be enumerated a fine lot of dotb, dress, sack and business coats of the best quality and most Approved style; beaver, felt, and blanket overcoats of all sizes; a large lot f eatinett and cnssiuiere pantaloons of various colors and qualities; and a splendid assortment f Bilk, satin, cassimere, plain and fancy vests, together with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO. fine and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, ctocke, umbrellas, and a large assortment of fupcrior hats, caps, &c, all of vrhich they will Jit-pose 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 most accommodating terms for cash ir approved country produce. The entire stock of clothin...

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 February 1852

ffl.. raw t3 KM RF I "WE GO DEMOCRATIC PEI1ICIPLES POINT THE WAT ;-WEEIJ THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CZASS TO FOLLOW." TEB 31 S. Tie "MO VXTA IX SEXTIXEL" is publish ed every Thursday morning, at Two Dollars per ar.auu, payable naif yeany. .. :.. :.i l ...1 j- o subscription "in uu uioi iora shorter fwrloJ th.m six months; . . ii . . . . ana no paper will be . c.iirir.ui-il until all tirrearcaea art tmiJ - j failure to notify a discontinuance at the expira tion uf the tcr:ii subscribed for, vi!l be cousid- A j reu f.s a new cunuvui. STgU ADVEHTIXEMEXTS will be inserted tt the I'l.llowiug rates: oO cents per square lor the first insertion: To cents i'r :..-viuoijs; 1 fr hicc Insertions y and o cents per s paarc for cverv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. Al' advertisements banded in must have the proper number of insertions marked th creon, or they will be published until forbidden, and eliar'ed in accordance with the above terms. t .'utio...

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 February 1852

ITAII SIITISEL: ANDREW J. KHKV, EDITOR. EliENSBURO, I' A. Thursday, February 5, IS32. jyj, 77 A "SL'XTIXEL," has much the largest circulation of any paper published in this county and at an adc-rtisiig sheet offers superior induce- meats to merchants end business men generally. Those d-sirous of making vse cl this medium for extending their business, can do so by either sending their ytotices direct, or through the fullou-iig agents. John Crouse, Esq., Johnstoicn. V. li. Palmer, Esq., JVetc York, rhiladd'hia, and lialiiinore. ICR PUESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1 If M a li a i a J OF PENNSYLVANIA. Andrew J. Oz- nf SnmK. been appointed Charge to Denmark. Hon. Henry Clay is still Tery unwell at J Washington. lie had however so far recovered ; Hi to be able one day last week to ride out; ac companied by Lis physician. XiJ)1" It is stated that the Hon. Mr. Merrick, late a Senator of the United States from Mary land, is to succeed Lewis Cass, Jr., as Charge d'Affaires to Koine. f " Littl...

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