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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 May 1852

HOimil SIHIIll. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thnriday, May 27,1852. For President, JAMES BVCIIANAX, of Pennsylvania. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TICKET. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. GEORGE W. WOODWARD, of Luzerne. WILSON McCANDLESS, of Allegheny. Gen BOBT. PATTERSON, of Philadelphia. BEr-RESENTATlVE 1. Peter Logan. 13. 2. George H. Martin. 14. 8. John Miller. 15- 4. F. W. Bockius. 16. 5. R. McKay, Jr. 17. ELECTORS. H. C. Ever. John Clayton. Isaac Robinson. Henry Fetter. James Burnside. Maxwell McCaslin. Joseph McDonald. Wm. S. Callahan. Andrew Burke. William Dunn. 6. 7. 8. 9. A. Apple. io. Vimrod Strickland. 19. Abraham Peters. 20. David Fister. "R TL James. 21. 10 22. 23. 24. 11. John McReynolds. John S. McCalmont. George E. Barrett. iz. r. uamon. For Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM SE ARIGHT, of Fayette. New Advertisements. B Mesa. Davis & Lloyd arc receiving and will have opened out tomorrow a large stock of new good3 which they offer for sale at the lowest kind of prices. g. Mess. Ll...

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. — 27 May 1852

' Two Days Later from Europe. New Yoke, May 23. The steamship Humboldt, from Havre and Southampton arrivcJ 1,Cr. thiS cvenin2 at 7 o'clock, with 13ft passengers. la consequ"ec of the state of t!:c tides, the niboldt sailed from Havre on the 4th, three vs previous to Her regnlur sailing day. Hie led from Southampton on Monday, the lhh 6 llrii'Ts the London pupera uf.that date two I" vs later tlwii the advices brought by the Af During the first week of the voyage, she encountered strong westernly gales. England. The London Times says that a coherence was held at the Foreign office.Jon the . inst f to regulate the succession of the Dan- h throne, when the young Duke of Clucksburg L, formally recognized as the presumptive heir. The Arctic expedition passed Cape Wrath li,ht-housconthe29thult. CThe steamship America, from Boston, arrived t Liverpool on the morning of the 9th. The steamship British Queen, from Liverpool for the Mediterranean, put into Holyhead, on Sunday, on fire. She Miad...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 May 1852

treasurer's Sale of I'nsraled lards, ami lots m laiiiHiia A. a., 152. I Ri rs J. Lloyd, Treasurer of Cambria Co., in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in pur ,uanceof the ecveral acts of Assembly of saul Commonwealth, directing the time anj iwn U selling unseated .lands for taxes g live Notice, that the f unseated lands ana lots oi "" "V 7S mav .ounty of C. Tlui Le necessary to paj arrearages thereon for one year or more, " f sile at the Court House, in the Borough ol EbrnTburc. on the S cd Monday (being the .i- r June next, ana continue uy uiyuuiu- v,.tt. rlnv to dav. until the whole be eold for such arrearage 'ot taxc and costs ncccssa- lily accruing tliereon. Allegheny Township. Names of "Warrantees or Owners A. 100 100 410 60 124 105 425 100 120 02 100 183 318 18 115 P. James C McGuire Mary II annum J?2.05 3.05 38.11 3.03 7.55 20.23 25.92 0.15 9. CO CIO CIO 10.70 9.06 87 12.92 1.80 4.12 8.11 22.00 27.52 23.68 80.30 30.37 30.37 30.37 30.37 30.37 30.37 oJ. o 4 30.37 30.37 2C.06 30...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 June 1852

ill mirlf A " WE GO WHEBS DEXOCBATIC PBESCIPL2S PQIKT THE WAY 577HES TKEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." TOLUME VIII. Xb I ra of tli Heart. it xits mattib oairntn. twP in my heart there is a sacred urn I tTtr guard with holiest care, and keej .v,. tf.A world's intrusion. It is eep It is filled Wita dr and levly treasures, that I prize Above sfc Fm9 that sparkle in the -rales Of Orient climes or glitter in the crowns Of ceptwei kings. The priceless wealth of life Within that urn is gathered. All the bright AnJ lovely jewels that the years have dropped Around me from their pinion, in the swift And noiseless flight to old Eternity, K thousand bud and Irs treasured Uiere. flswers . Tbat tha cool dews of life's young morning bth- That its soft gales fanned with their gentle wings, And that its genial sunbeams warmed to life And fairy beauty 'mid the melodies Of founts and singing birds, he hoarded there, Dead, dead, forever dead, but oh, as bright And beautiful to me as when they be...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 June 1852

M8IITAII SENTINEL. Andrew J, Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, TA. Tliui'silay, June 3,1854.' For President, JAMES B VCII ANA X, r Pmusylvnuia. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TICKET. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. GEORGE W. WOODWARD, of Luzerne. WILSON McCANDLESS, of Allegheny. Gen. ROBT. PATTERSON, of Philadelphia. EEl'liKSKNTATlVE ELECTORS. 1. Peter Loean. 13. H. C. Ey6r. 2. George H. Martin. 14. John Clayton. S. John Miller. 15. Isaac Robinson. 4. F. W. Bockiua. 16. Henry Fetter. 5. R. McKay, Jr. 17. James Bnrnside. 6. A. Apple. 18. Maxwell McCaslin. 7. Nimrod Strickland. 19. Joseph McDonald. 8. Abraham Peters. 20. Win. S. Callahan. 9. David Fister. 21. Andrew Burke. 10. R. E. James. . 22. William Dunn. 11. John McReynolds. 23. John S. McCalmont 12. P. Damon. 24. George R. Earrett. For Canal Commissioner, "WILLIAM SE ARIGHT, of Fayette. IggThe E.litor is now absent, having gone with the crowd to Baltimore to witness the pro ceedinzs of the National Convention. This will account for any lack of Editorial. Imp...

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

UllUVAli OF TlIE TKAMSHIP ARC tler FVom Eitroji. - New York, May 30. Ibe steamship Arctic arrived at her berth at . vt o'clock tins niornmg. - one sanea i Liverpool at tea o'clock on the doming of the io.h. The Asi!a,T,vct4 at Liverpool cm Saturday, at jj o'ch. v- A The news from England is devoid of interest, There is unabated activity in the manufactu re districts. The accounts from Australia have caused an iaatisfactory feeling m the woollen munufac turinz districts, and prices are advancing. The Birmingham hardware and iron business is nuiet but active. Metals of all kinds are firm The Australian gold mines are absorbing large numbers of the miners and metal workers. Provisions are without change in the London and Liverpool markets. Fbaj.ce. Generals Lamoriciere, . Bedean an Leflo, have refused to take the oath prescribed bv the constitution. The two months grace allowed the foreign holders of 5 per cent have expired, and repay went of investments is demanded to the extent of th...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 3 June 1852

rw T T fi Tie "XOtryTAlS- SEXTIXEL" is rwiBt; very Thursday morning, at Om toCt Per annum, if paid in vcecr JSdntlireamontha; after three months Tuo JoUr$ will be charged. Sorter Ko BubBcription will be token for a horr wSod than six month.; and no fc Eoenthmed until all "Jrira Allure to notify a SS- os of the term subsrib Tor, wui Wi- 4 - .fIo canu per square for E. ttlae to the. wh. advert by tha year. 1 advertisement, headed i ut kmft. roFer number of inMua "j? i thev will be publish.! aaml forbiddea, and Aarge'd in accordant with, tha above terms. UA11 letter. and somsaunicafcons to insure ajattntion must be j: j.i. A.J. -measurer's Sale rclcJSSltl? and lots in Caiabrla County A. D., 152. I Esse J. Lloyd, Treasurer of Cambria Co., the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in pur a&ancs of the several acta af Assembly af said Lmaionwealth, directing ta. lima and mi Mlliog unseated land, for Usm. I Notice, that the following described tracts if unseated lands and lot. of ground ia tae...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 June 1852

A "we go tthse vzucczzziz rn:c:?LZ3 ro:::r nz: '.tat ; nnrz cztj: ic luld, cea:e io tcllow." VOLUME VIII. EBENSBURO, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1852. NUMBER 34. in in in I I M I It II III T E II 2H S. The "MOUXTAIX SEXT1XEL" is publish ed every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and fifty Cents per annum, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three months Two Dollars will be charged. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than 6ix mouths ; and no paper w ill be discontinued until all arrearage are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, w ill be consid ered as a new engagement. g ADVERT1SEMEXTS will be inserted t the following rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; 51 for three insertions ; and 'lo cents per square jor every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion uia'le to those who advertise by the year. All advertisements handed in must have the proper number of insertions m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 June 1852

MOMTAII SEITIIEL. Andrew J. B.hey, Editor. EBENSBURG, TA. Thursday, June 10,1859. Tor President, CEXEHAIi FRASKHS PIEHC3 of New Hampshire. For Vice-President UH-LIAM n. KIXO, of Alabama. CCHOtllATIC ELECTOUAIj TICKET. FF.NATORIAL ELECTORS. OEOFGE "W. VOODWARD, of Luzerne. WIISON KcCANDLESS, of Allegheny. Gen. EOST. PAITERSON, of Philadelphia. r-F.rEKSESTATIYE ELECTORS. 1. 2. 9. 4. . f. 7. 8. Peter Loan. 13. H. C. Eyer. George H. Martin. 14. John Clayton. John Hiller. 15. Isaac Robinson. F. W. Bockins. 16. Henry Fetter. B. McXay, Jr. 17. James Burnside. A. Apple. 18. Maxwell McCaslin. Himrod Strickland. 19. Joseph McDonald. Abraham Peters. 20. Wm. 8. Callahan. . David Fister. 21. Andrew nre. 10. E. E. James. 22. William Dunn. 11. John McEeynolds. 23. John 8. McCalmont. 12. P. Damon. 24. George E. Barrett For Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM SEARIOHT, of Fayette. Delegate Elections. The Democratic citizens of the Comity of Cambria, will meet at the usual places of hold ing flections, for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 June 1852

SlierifPs Sales. Y rlrtue of sundry -writs of Lev. Facias, and Yen. Kxnonas. issneu oui oi me voun 01 - 1 x il . n Common Tleas, ot cam on county, ana to me j-.fp.l there will be exposed to sale, at the fnurt House, in tbe Borough of Ebensbur Cambria county, " , vi u- lv next at 1 o'clock P. M. ' jl,e following described real est ite to wit: All the right, title and interest of II. D. Fos( r, J hn C. MGill. an I Bcnj. Ileacox. of. in and to tle folio winir f'!u- described tracts of land situ ate in Coiu-nrntgii Township. Cambria County, Warranted in the names of Henry Sutton, Geo. Lnim, Job Banks, and James Banks, to wit : c lraCt warranted in the name of Henry Sut ton containing two hundred and sixty acres taore or less, adjoining lands warranted in name x, James Banks, George Shrum andCcncmaugh river, unimproved the tract warranted in name 0f George Shrum containing one hundred acres more or less, adjoining lands warranted in name 0f Henry Sutton, James Banks, Job Banks, and Concm...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 10 June 1852

"reasurcr's Sale oflTiisealed lands, mid lots iu lauibria oiiiiij A. 1S52. I. Rees J. Lloyd, Treasurer of Cambria Co., w the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in pur tuance of the several acts of Assembly of said f omnionwealth, directing the time and manner f celling unseated lands for taxes. Do Hereby Give Notice, that the following described tracts of unseated lands and lots of ground in the said ounty of Cambria, or such part thereof as may be necessarv to pay arrearages of taxes due thereon for one year or more, will be offered for ale at the Court House, in the Borough ol Ebensburg, on the Second Monday, (being the 14th day,) of June next, and continue by adjourn ment, from day to day, until the whole be sold for such arrearage of taxes, and costs necessa rily accruing thereon. Allegheny Township. Nsnes of "Warrantees or Owners. a. r. ICO James C McGuire ."S;2.0o : 100 Mary llannum 3.05 : 410 41 Abraham White C8.ll 50 John Triester 3.05 ; 124 Joseph Field (part) 7.55 ; 1C5 Caleb l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 June 1852

-..-.Hlf. Ul-iOm, ! IWllII.IUI.UlXU..L..M11r I lJHIIMJMl - ---- J I Ml .! mj.,1 , , MlJJililJ.J. , -I II .. J-JJ' " 'WE CO WHEHE DEM0C2ATIC PRINCIPLES POIHT THE WAY; WEEK THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO TOLLOW.' VOLUME VIII. EBENSBUBO, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1852. NOIBER 3-5. T 1 E- r.. ti VOUXTA J A' iSLWTJXEL" is p-ublish- j every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and rift! tt I,cr nnum, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three months Two Uulbirs will bo ciiarge No subscription will be taken for a thorter period than six months ; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuanc at the cxp.ra tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid o,l ns a new engagement. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted atScfoHowing rates :S0 cents per square lor Sc firt insertion ; 75 cents for two insertions ; ft! for three insertions ; and 23 cents per square for every subsequent insertion A .1; .:. . i i lade to tnosc v. no .v lilt Oil AU let...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 June 1852

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. ThnrmtA-, June 17,1853. For President, GENERAL FRANKLIX PIERCE, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President U1LLIAM It. KIXG, of Alabama. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TICKET. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. GEORGE W. WOODWARD, of Luzerne. WILSON McCANELESS, of Allegheny. Gen. EOET. PATTERSON, of Philadelphia. r. ETK ESEXTATITE ELECTORS. Peter Loran. 13. George H. Martin. 14. John" Wilier. 15. P. W. Eockius. 16. R. KcXay, Jr. 17. A. Apnlc. 18. Kii:e-1 Strickland. 19. H. C. Eyer. John Clayton. Isaac Robinson. Henry Fetter. James Bn.mside. Maxwell McCaslin. Joseph McDonald. Wm. S. Callahan. Andrew Burke. William Dunn. John S. McCalmont. George B. Barrett 8. Abraa-i Peters. 20 9. David Ti'ter. 10. S. E. Janes. 11. John HcReyr-olds. 12. P. Damon. 21. 22. 23. 21. For Canal Commissioner, . WILLIAM SE ARIGHT, of Fayette. Delegate Elections. Tlie Democratic citizens of the County of ambria, -will meet at the usual places of hold ig elections, for the different...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 June 1852

t ,uade to the Hon. Vm. It. King Ilia e'rc Ackuoivlcdgnitnt. The meeting of the Democracy of Washing ton cityi to respond to the Baltimore nomina tions having adjourned about ten o'clock on Vcjnesday evening last, the greater portion of tke vast assemblage, headed by Marsolletti's banJ repaired to the residence of the Hon. William R- King. The band having played a beautiful air, Mr. King made his appearance. y,en addressed the assemblage as follows : c Fellow-citizens and Democrats ; After the tiaaj' eloquent and forcible Democratic speeches You have heard this evening from the most dis tinguished men of our country, little remains frrme to say, but simply to return you my siu tere thanks for the respect you have manifested towards me. As regards myself, it pleased the Democratic Convention to select me as one of tbe stan'lard-bearers of the Democracy. Wheth er that selection was a wise one or not, it re mains for the Democracy to decide. Tor my BeIf I can only say that there were m...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 17 June 1852

SltcrflPii Kales. UV va lue cf Miudry writs of Lev. Facias, and I) Yen. Exponas, issued out of the Court of common Pleas, of Cambria county, and to me dhectcd. there will be exposed to smc, ni -ouitlIui.se, in tho Borough of Ebensburg, Cambria county, on Monday, the 5tb day oi Ju- Jy next at i o chick i . .'. wit : The lollowing uescriueu .....Vt wnPr,intcd in the name ot llcnry ,ut ion, containing two hundred and sixty acres more or less, adjoining lands warranted in name of James Banks, George Shrum and Cc ncmaugh river unimproved the tract warranted in name of George Shrum containing one hundred acres more orless, adjoining lands warranted in name of Henry Sutton, James Banks, Job Banks, and Concmauc.il river, unimproved the tract war ranted in name of Job Banks, containing three liimdred and ninet v-eight acres more or less, B.r.r.iinuT innd.4 warranted in name of James Banks, George Shrum and Westmoreland Coun tv Vino, nniinnrovcd the tract warranted in name of James Banks cont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 June 1852

A m mi 5 "WE GO WHHRE EEMOCBATTC PBIJTCIPLES FOIST THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." MIME VIII. EBEA'SBURG. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1852. NUMBER 36. t i: K 31 s. The "MOUXTAIX SEXTIXEL" is publish ed evurv Thurs lay morning, at One Dollar and , '(; C'iu'i per annum, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three mouths Two hilars will be charged. subscription will be taken for a sliorter reri,.J thau six months ; and no paper will be ,;Uj.jiitinueJ until all arrearages are paii,. . A. failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid er! as a new engagement. r, Al YERTlitEMEXTS will be inserted r.t the" following rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; SI for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square tor every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion nude to those who advertise by the year. A'.l alvertiscments handed in must have the '.roper number of insertions marked...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 June 1852

HOimil SHTIIU. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thnriday,Jnne 24, 1832. For President, GENERAL FRASKLI3T PIERCE, of New Hampshire. 5 For Vice-President AVItLIAM K. KING, of Alabama. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TICKET. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. GEORGE W. WOODWARD, of Luzerne. WILSON McCANDLESS. of Allegheny. Gen. ROBT. PATTERSON, of Philadelphia. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Feter Lotran. 13. H. C. Ever. George H. Martin. 14. John Clavton. John Miller. 15. Isaac Robinson. F. W. Bockius. 16. Henry Fetter. R. McKay, Jr. 17. James Burnside. A. Annie. 18. Maxwell McCashn. 6. 7. "Nimrod Strickland. 19. Joseph McDonald. 8. Abraham Peters. 20. Wm. S. Callahan. 9. David Fister. 21. Andrew Burke, in T v.. JamB. 22. William Dunn. 11. John McRevnolds. 23. John S. McCalmont. 12.' P. Damon. 24. George R Barrett For Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM SE ARIGHT, of Fayette. Oclojrale Kleclions. The Democratic citizens of the County of Cambria, will meet t the usual plnces of hold ing elections, for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 June 1852

General Scott Xomlnattd. The Whig Convention, at Baltimore, says the rbUadclpbia Argvs, on the fifty-third ballot, nominated Gen Winfield -Scott, of New Jersey, 8s their candidate for the Presidency. His c'lims for stipp"rt "'3 based totally on his milita ry qualification, there being no pretence that );"; civil qualifk-tions are at all cmmensi:r-ite v:th the duties tlirtt will lc imposed upon him in the e'- '"'s lection an event, however, trhieh is iivt in the range of the possibilities. TV'S Free au -Abolition wing of the party, , j j,r Reward and Johnston, have triumphed, miJ the Constitution will interpose but a feeble V.irrier to their trensonable designs on the U ion of the States should military glory dazzle the eves of the people as it did in 1S44. Uut this we fe ir not, ns the whole patriotic henrt of the country will rise en masse at the wan ton insult that has been perpetrated on the na tional honor by the selection of such a man and such n.cnns, at this important crisis....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 24 June 1852

MteiitTK Sales. ?)V virtue of sundry -writs of Lev. Facias, and; J) Yen. Exponas, issued out of the Court oil Common Pleas, of Cambria county, ana to me directed, there will be exposed to sale, at the ( 'ourt House, in the Borough of Ebensburg, Cambria county, on Monday, the 5th day of Ju ly next at 1 o'clock F. M. The following described real estate to wit : All the right, title and interest of II. D. Foster, John C. McGill, and Benj. Heacox, of, in and to the following four described tracts of land situ ate in Conemaugh Township, Cambria County, warranted in tlie names of Henry Sutton, Geo. Shrum, Job Banks, and James Banks, to w'it : erne tract warranted in the name of Henry Sut ton, containing two hundred and sixty acres more or less, adjoining lands warranted in name of James Bauks, George Shrum and Crncmaugh river, unimproved the tract warranted in name of George Shrum containing one hundred acres more or less, adjoining lands warranted in name of Henry Sutton, James Banks, Jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 July 1852

J r-gs.'i.ww,;,i.ji i A II "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE "WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, 7E CEASE TO FOLLOW.' VOLUME VIII. EBENSBURIJ, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1852. NEI1BER37. 4 Win II I IE I II I IE I ' ft I III III II ui X LI IE I T W 11 II S. The "MOUXTAIX SEXT1XEV is publish ed every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and fif:v Cent per annum, if paid in advance or vi'thin ree months ; after three months Two Dolluri will be charged. 'o subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; and no paper will be !iicontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure tJ notify a uiscontir.unnc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. ADVERTISEMEXTS will be inserted at the following rates: 50 cents per square for .... ci ;..arfinn- 7f rr-iits for two insertions: $1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square ,-or c verv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion nia'le to those who advertise by the year. All advertisem...

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