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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 February 1852

nf Panama Kativraj . v crfrtsi'i-wkut (,f Xcw-Vvk iir, writing f.viT . v. nim!. PnV , i...v.. i.i-t Veil wn?: 11 i-Sit'ir v. ; in u!i cr.-.ccr c:; rae th-- v. rk T'. 7... ...,Wond. lie ..--: llpin- - . - - - v ..... . , .niters : and i!tv , iii spue ci t :o j Ui T serious htc.nvenjja.4-os Ar.4i.Citn hk:h .-i. i j ''" ...Vl,...! ov.l lliis ."rent v,!j !. I - . Tvh-t::ui:-. completed, having bn . t. ... . rum; iji.v ... ut.w . . , throe i: .'!. -; i.rt;i the distance liiilTAl!l 111. IWft -.1 "'..I 1,-t-n V.OTirr '.r tn'ilni.' ' ilic 'i0;e kn-tith tlie roul wllcn C0,nI,,et(-"J-ini.t sU'pndous buildings have been creet Tn" 'stations, engine houses Sc., which in andtU'le ftlm '-'Canty "rc t,1C wull,ltr of t,!0 i:;"'e luis DCCU constructed, with n. Mj be built upon it, running five hundred V0t OUt into tLe buy, m si laiuoms oi wiucr. Inc. r.iot?ve arc running daily between the ro'uf, 'Cah-dcra and Copiapo, carrying ,..i.ri.uS f' 1:t' &c-iiub-uts 1,200,000. The probable expense Oiolei ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 February 1852

CLOTHE TV HO WANTS BARGAINS? mil & HUGHES, Have jtut received from Philadelphia at their clothing store in Ebensburg, a large assortment of FALL AND WHITES CLOTHING, among which may be enumerated n fine lot of cloth, drcaa, enck aud business coats of the best quality and most approved style ; beaver, felt, and blanket overcoats of all sizes; a large lot of eatinctt and cassimcre pantaloons of various colors aud qualities; and a splendid assortment of fciik, satiu, casslniere, plaiu and fancy vests, tgethor with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO, fine and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, Blocks, 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 9011 hands a large stock of cloths, cas imercs 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 f clothing is mad...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 February 1852

A A: 3 ' WE GO W HE 2.22 DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POUTT THE WAY WHEK THET CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO TOLLOW.' EBENSBMG, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1852. N1IBER 18. Ik J 1 IE II III IX II V V0LU3IE VIII. TER9IS. fie XOUXTAIAr SKXTIXKL" is publish d every T hursday morning, at Tuo Do dart per um, payable half yearly.. No subscription will be taken for a shorter reriod than six mouths ; and no paper will be continued until all arrearage are paid. A fiiiure to notify a discontinuance at the expira .xioa of the u-rni subscribed for, will be consid ered a3 a new engagement. s- ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted tt following rates: 00 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; 1 for three insi-ruou; and 'lb cents per square fjr every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc ed made to those who advertise by the year. All aJvcrtidwmenti handed in must have the P-orer number of insertions marked thereon, cr tiiey will be published until forbidden, and charged in accordance wit...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 February 1852

k r ' .i . . r - . .'u . ? 53v MBBITiirSIITIHIl. ANPREW J. B1IEY, EDITOR. T:ur:xsnuii(;, pa. Thursday, February 13, TxTrilZ "SEXTIXL,' A nvchthe largest circulation of cny pnpsr pullis'.ed in this county oil as en advertising sheet nj'ers superior indues fenis tJ i.icrc2iU und lu-siuas men generally. Those d-'iirws of ina?:iig tj? of ?Aw tiudium jot tziendlng their buwiw. can !; jo by either tending .iriiUit direct, or through the Jiliou-ing cgentt. John. Create, En., Johnsiova. . . . V. B. ralr.nr, Ih?., X. Itj-.v, rhiludidphis, fid Lxltincre. Hi UJiiTED STATES, d F3 E ! ' ' E .3 1 .1 t it n ii ni h Cot. Jchn?ronT in the last 17 days ef li:3 trra, Las pardened ff.tj-f-mr convicts. Jiciiiliury aitU EIric Railroad. The SuuLuvy nud Eric Railroad bill baa passed both Ileuses in the lorra its fric.ius desired. Kcduoticn of Fares o:a Hie Pcan Silvutila liallroad. The Teres tlils lin2 are to be reduced, tftcr fim of March next, to a uniform rate of two and & Lilf cents j-cr rile. Cits...

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. — 12 February 1852

i : Cholera Morbus. D TIti: roJ-tOWIN.1 liXTHAOKWSABT CCItE. , rProhv certify that about tvo weeks ago 1 .. c"t wit it vio.Vn: attack of Vomiting ...,a s...'i ('iiu'.crii M-jrbii.". t.:'h very dis- f;.cst'':-'i.;ii,irf.ii'.l towels, v.hhh ires" 11'.' p:l' . .'i f. .. ..iaiwv iii.i'n I i . 1'ttln H -1 f III." i rniM.,.". ......... ... . ....... .... , . .-... l1.lVl!l2tah.,I. : taken the iii.-.t-.osu,i s.cpt sour.d.y . r.,rt;.Mv i'ur thr.-J hours .aj iui -lli-..'UY V.iHE. JR.. On boarj Mleamboat Ariadne . MM HOD URAB1LL. December 12,. IS 10." - - WISTAK'S BALSAM OF WILD CIIER fi'iuiD.arW r,mr vigor to vital action, and relieves . - Vuia by spoiling the pores of the skin, and ,L' secretion of mucous matter, lis J WIUM.." - V..- 1 i'.lnrifie, sedative expectorant, by t';o f. jros, allaying irritation, and by open'..",. 1i"MlT tllf '-'1 1IIUCOUJ ill!. IICI . Tbvfij'wiio take the Balsam will feel innaedi ., j.jiii f from the. distressing irritations that r'.-'-,. uii'.'.v al'cMioiis of t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 February 1852

CLOTH IV HO IVAN TS B A JIG A IS S? EVANS & IIIGISES, Have just received froin Philadelphia at their dotting store in Ebensburg, a large assortment f FAIL AST) WINTER CLOTHING, . ftmoog which may be enumerated a fine lot of loth, dress, suck and businesa coats of the best quality and most approved style; bearer, felt, and blanket overcoats of all tites; a large lot of sntinett and cassimerc pantaloons of various colors and qualities; and a splendid assortment of silk, satin, ccssiniere, plain and fancy Tests, together with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO, fne end coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts. stocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of superior Hats, caps, ace, all ot which they will dispose of on the most reasonable terms. They have also on hands a large stock of cloths, cas- . simerce and vestiegs, which they are prepared to make tip in the most workmanlike manner, . and on the most accommodating terms for cash r approved country produce. The entire stock of c...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 February 1852

. - 1 " W2 00 WHE-LE DZ2CDC3ATIC P2UrC2TLE3 POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEAS2 TO rSLLOW." VOLUME V!H. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, FEBRDMF 26, 1852. SHSIBES 19: - . ...... -.--. T E K II S. The1 XOVXTAJX SASTJXL'L" is publish-- tTery 'f hor-iday morning, at l wo L,mr per iinaa, pJ1 half yearly. Ka subscription will be taken for a shorter uricd six clont:j3 ' accl 110 P,JPcr viU bc iKoaUaueJ tttlii cil arrecrate art jeeid. A fiilure"t notify ft disicuuuuuucc at tli cxpira uon of tLe Una Bu'uscribcd lor, will he cujisid reJ M uew engngemcut. L AVVE&TiSEMXTS will be sr.scrtcJ ; tft'oliowiug rates i C'J ccnta per square for iha first iuscrtiuu; 76 ccuts lor two iuscnious; $1 for three uiacrtioaa ; and 2b cents pi-r square fr every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those wlio adtrtiec by the year, ill aivcrtiaaiueuts hauded in must have the sropcr uumler cl insertions iuarKej tiiereon, , 'rttey will be ruUiiLtd until forbidden, and j !-,r.J in accoruaiicc wit...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 February 1852

, -t hi,1: lull) it!. " V. 1 '. f ' ''' ,r ..I j ( - - 4 ; ' L . V t .1 ; j . i "i ti 1 :- ,1! i ; i r ; i I MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thurid)') February 30, 1833. For President, JAMES BUCHANAN, CF PENNSYLVANIA. ' Jk2f Hon. Linn Boyd, Washington City, and MessrsSchell and Kean, Harrisburg, will please accept thanks for many documents received. . A Tost office has been re-establisbed at Lau rel Bun, riaue No. 4. this county, and Mr. Charles Stewart, appointed Postmaster. Good. Hope the citizens of that place may succeed in receiving a mail with some late news in it, a matter as scarce, in these parts as potatoes. tQTOur old friend W. J. Kcalsh, Esq. pub lishes his card this week in a new line of busi ness. Just the place to purchase "Notions" is at the house of Sellers, Siter & Co. No. 1S5. Market St. Philada. -The Card of Mess. Kneedler k Feather, dealers in Booty, Shoes &c. Third St. Fhilada. will be found in another column. We cheerfully rec...

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. — 26 February 1852

It. is luc ffriffr. --.-7 f.- i r.-airr t-.-.nr cr. JOi&i .s.n. - rftbe difltSncrip? :n ..Isssachustit the I j. Ara jftftinp Fn:l casks cf liquor in j css5:, Bcihc. 'n scme n chnff, and 'laeii. and marked to different places fffl" A Bin "fcB been introduced into the tdted State 'TTrose of Represent:, fives, tow cMgj a public printing office, and to provide fpf tie appointment of ft Superintendent of pntfic Pricing. The TUink Mill. ' Tie Legislature of Persylvania has acquired tie nsroe of "Bmt MM." in oth.v St,trS by the policy it 's rnrsn'ri- nn n's subject. Tt tru lj snmiuatine to witis3 the course of action of tjany open this subject. Pennsylvania Wlntthr Bnnrr. "The P?mv:rat of Pennsvlvnnia, fer ail win tfe pnlden banner from th Caiifornians. John Birr's majority is 451 William BigVr's 8. 455. This, in proportion to the vote cast, gives i the banner. Cbolera Mor!iM. ,V4Ti TTTT rOI.I.O"fi VTTWnPlIN 4..y CrF.. I hcrebv certify tht about rvo ww'ks pn 1 izd with a vio-Wt attack ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 February 1852

mm mmi jy&O H'JiSTS XARGJ21XS? c. urnnro Hare just received from Philadelphia at their rfwthiaj; store in Ebcnsburg, a large assortment pall and wrrrrzn clothing, uses f eatinett and caesiinerc pantaloons or various colors and qualities; and a eplendid assortment f silk, satin, cassimere, plain and fancy vests, Urcther with every kind of boys' clothing. ALSO, (n and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, stocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of upcrior hats, cupa, &c, all ol "which they will dispose of on the most reasonable terms. They have also on hands a large stock of cloths, ens eimercs and Testings, which they are prepared to make up in the most workmanlike manner, and on the most accommodating terms for c?.sh r approved country produce. The entire stock f clothing is made up according to the latest fashions. Having selected their goods with great care and purchased on the lowest cash terms, thcy are prepared to accomodate their friends and customers with cloth...

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 March 1852

- t 4V.T CO WHE 3E DEMCCSATIC PHINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; -VTISIi THEY CEASE TO LEAD, YTZ CEAT TO rOLEUE VIII. ESBXSBU3G, TIieSB.IV, !LSgCB 4 18-52. mm 20. T It 31 S. The '-Mn -w..- .s j, F I tU-0 im" f. . , . . .... .! 111111111:1 it ii l'.il m iitlvmioft or .... 1... . ... ...- ...........' throe months ; ni ter throe months 2 n o Win..' ,-, n.,r, will be charged. o biib-ripti-.n will be taken for a shorter ,,t.ri,.a than .six. months ; and no paper will be 'liscoutiuued until all arranges are paid. A failure t- notify !l discontinuance at the expira tion uf the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as " engagement. g, AltYEXTJSKMK.VTS will be inserted at the following rates: -oO cents per square for the lirst insertion: 7" cents for two insertions: SI fur three insertions ; and 2-" cents per square l...-.rr viil.s.,iiiont insertion. A 'liberal rednc- tiunialcto those who xertise ny ne ve: .. . j"i v ... - - . 'l fi IviTtistineiits haui in must nave me nri,..r i.umber of inserti...

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 March 1852

MOUNTAIN SEKTIHEL. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. bijbnsijubg, pa. Tliiir(lay, .March I, I "or lMesitJcnt, JAMKS 11 li I' II A NAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. jdF The llarrisburg Kryxtun" comes to us iu ;i neat new drcss looking as nice as a basket of chips iu a cold morning. We wish tbe paper lull SUCCCSS. - p-iv Hon. John W. Geary, late Mayor of mi Francisco, California, passed over the Port age Boad on Monday last, bound for Lis home ia Westmoreland. He returns to the "Golden Land'' iu three mouths. fcjjr" On Sunday last, Patrick Horn, a laborer on the Portage Hail lload, was killed near the Mouutaiu Hotel" by being caught between the 1 umping beams of the cars. He "was aged about twenty-five. JCsSy Friday morning last the Nail Factory belonging to the Portage Iron Works," Dun eansville, Blair count-, caught fire and was en tirely consumed. The property was owned by M'Neal, Boyer & Co., who lose about $5,000, the property having beeu insured for but half its value. Jjfcg- The Philadelphia rci...

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 March 1852

ShcklnB Affair t Sacramento. usual exeitemcr.t wasereritod yesterday, nt the Station House, in which ' bv the tinttie of A ilnm.s received a ft ITI flXl j i t i t ' rous wound from a pist-;l while in tli.- ilil'Joe . , . .1 .,,,,,,.,. !.,. ,-1, mi-.,, .l !ttD j30f ft ,:U'.V " '"n " ... With having -tbducteJ ani rninc-i. ri.n .ircuiiit:ces oi iiicwmim-u.. M:-ire V.h"t two months since t!i. mother with ) cr J:u"llU'r lo, t 1llila"t;1l,lli;l' io J1'1" hor hu5' '.C ,1 in this country. Adams, who had known j he family nt home, travelled most it not all tlie - to San Francisco with them arriving in the .,tnl Citv several weeks since. On the Mumcntul Uty ,.,l.us. alU uuriujj w.v. i - ul in nkinS a" ilPression 0,1 the 5rl who 18 1 t seventeen years of age, an 1 a few weeks ago ( ' t.er to leave with him for this city, i miu1 thev have t-.n,,,-,! nt the Slitter Hotel 1 wiH-10 - - . . t l'V UilH. i . - - - - , T, . . ,uc Queen City registered as man ana wiie. ; au1 TliP lUotUCr, nuu V'111 "l'...

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. — 4 March 1852

JL . 1 .... r r v i V .It 1 l 1 A r . 1 If ; Is U i'i CX.OT111XC ! Who wants bargains? EVANS & HUGHES, Have just received from Philadelphia : t their clothing store in Ebensburg, 11 large assortment FAIL AND WINTER CLOTHING, among which may be enumerated a line lot of cloth, dress, sack uiul business coats of the be fat quality and most approved style; beaver, Kit, 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, cashmere, plain and fancy vests, together with evcrv kind of boys' clothing. ALSO, tine and coarse shirt:, hamikcrchieis. si.s; shn is ttocks. umbrellas. ami a lare assortment of j supcrier hats, caps, .Sic, ad of winch they wid dispose of on the most rcas-Miable terms. They liavc also on hands a large stock ol cloths, eas-j kinwri's :iml est in prs. whieh t'nev sire iiremircd ; to make uj in the most workmanlike manner, j The subscriber would respectfully info...

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 March 1852

II J I II I "WE GO WHERE DEMOCSATie PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW '. '. -HI ' ' ' " - . -i" .: VOLUME VIII. T K It M S. The "MOl'S'TAIX SENTINEL" is publish J every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and fifty L'tnts per auauui, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three mouths Tuo DJlart will be charged. 'o subscription will be taken for a shorter i criod thun six mouths ; aud no paper will be discontinued until all arrearage are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. IS- ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at the following rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion ; 75 cents for two insertions ; $1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square for everv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. All advertisements handed in must have the proper number of insertions marKeu luweou, or thev will b...

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 March 1852

'V MfllSTAII SENTINEL, Andrew J. Eaey, Editor. 3 EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, Mirth 11, 1S. -Tor President, J VMES BCCHAXAS, of Pennsylvania. . . For Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM SKARIUIIT, ofFyU. JItw Ailvrtitmf nti. The cnrd' of Messrs. Jobn l'arker & Co. will t,e found in our advertising columns, and to tbose purchasing goads in cheir line we can safely say Try them, you -will receive satisfaction. Messrs. Bell, Johnston, Jack & Co., Ilollidays burg, as -will be seen by their card, are prepared to do a banking business on favorable terms. Messrs. John Ivory & Son, Summit, have made new arrangements, as will be seen by reference. Sheriff's Sales, Register's Notices, &c, read. V. S. Senate. The Legislature of California have elected to the U. S. Senate, in place of Col. J. C. Fremont Col. John B. Weller of Ohio. This is a merito rious selection. Col. Weller having had long ex perience in Congress, and in addition is a law-; vcr of great ability. He was Colonel of one of ...

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. — 11 March 1852

eDoe to tne cuu""'"-- r been referred. Mr Bcilly moved ns an amendment to his a motion, "that a tht minority had been de- tmtiy Applnase.) Mr Kcllly men VT-innrrvvr 1113 muuuu. uv This is not In fun ! Wo want money, particularly that which has Deen aue lor some time. vt ill those indebted to us please call and settle thei accounts during this month and-pay us all they can. Our books po- , j .7 i,c, 'Ay n0M' (Great j must be settled, and until they are, we must sitively refuse to add any thing more to long standing r.ccour.ts. Experience roves that in .ub.eqenU, renege original motion, whi.h iTdTffi! ffflsaJepted. . culty in settling. -- t. ue icii in tne nanus ot an officer for collection by the 1st April, if those indebted do not call and pay their accounts by that time. JOHN IVORY & SON. Summit, March 11, 1852. tf. Kcsuhd, X hut the Secretaries be requested t procure u look to keep a regular record of the proceedings of Conventions hereafter. On motion of David D. Wagner, Esq....

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 March 1852

clotiuxc; ! Who wants bargains 1 EVANS dt HUGHES, " Have just received from Philadelphia at their clothing store iu Ebensburg, a large assortment of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, nmong which may be enumerated a fine lot of cloth, dress, sack and business coats or tlie Dest 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 kiud of boys' clothiug. ALSO, fine and conrse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts, Mocks, mubrcllns, 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 iineres and vestings, which they are prepared to make up in the most workmanlike manner, aud ou the most accommodating terms for cash or approved country produce. The entire stock of clothing ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 March 1852

I ill ii tvTOCKATIC PRINCIPLES POITJT TILE WAT , VEEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, "WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." VOLUME VIII. EBENSBURG, TIIIRSDIY, MARCH 18, 1852. mm 22. '1' r U 2 TLe "MOUXTA1X SLX'nXEL" is publish ti gvery Thursday morning, at One JJullar and j-y Jvia per annum, it' paid in advauce or three wjntas ; after three luonths Ttxv iLn will be charged. v0 subsoivi . iLai will be taken for a shorter pcr.o i than siii :u utus ; ana no paper win ue pfl all arrearages u.-e pent. A f'iharo to notify a discontinuance at the cxpira tLu of tho- subscribed for, will be cousld- d-sronunu ,xi ui i new engagement. ' S APl'SZTlSZMt-.'XTS will bo inserted e tinTiViOwing rates: CO cents per square for tile rlrst iuseruou; 7f cents tV.r two insertions; 1 ibr three insertions ; and 2-j cents per square KT every subsoqueat insertion. A liberal re iuc tn made to those who ad.crtise by the year. All advertisements hauled in mtiat have the T.r0tior number of insi'i-tie-us u.trked thereon, i.-thev will bs publ...

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 March 1852

JUL ''l J V t 1 i I.' ' f : ' ! . i, :Ji; 4 ; 1 i ' i i S i 5 if "It: M JC?&i&z$i:- MUmi SETIBEL Andrew J. Kkey, Editor. LBENSCL'Iib, l'A. Thurcdny, Mnrcli IS 1653. For President, JXMES BVCIIAXAX, of Pnnj lvanla. Tor Canal Cosir-.isdoncr, WILLIA?! SE ARIGHT, of l ayette. AdvcrtUt meat h. J. B. Craig, has rccem-d a new stock of Gro ceiies which be is prepared to sell cheap. Proposals will be received by the Building Committee vntil the 2b'tb, inst., for completing a Pastoral IIuus2fcr the clergj luaucf fche Catholic Church. rv,1 I.nT?fn has a larce sale cf furniture, .. ;n."tths foetcf Kane No. 2 lIVl'-l next "Wednesday. Col. Seelv, editor of the Jersey Shore Hepui- lican, was in town on Monday. He is always aj welcome visitor, ihe Colonel want3 tue peo ple of Pennsylvania and especially Philadelphi uns, to remember that Jersey Shore is not over in 'Jhe Jerseys," but is in Lycoming Co., Pa. Jiurdtr r-jOa" Monday night a row occurred at the Ccn- tral Railroad Tunnel near the S...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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