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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 April 1853

i 1 i i K,- a i sr - 4 . J i it WJ GJ WHS..1 D JC iTIC FAUKCIPL POIKT IHJt -AY ;--- TUsjY C1ASX TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." - 1-1 II I II II III II 1 I EM 5 V0LII31B 1L T E H 31 S. Tbe "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" is publish d very Thursday morning, at One Dollar and fifty Cent per annum, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three months Tuo Vollarg will be charged. So subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; and no paper will bo discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a diacontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be cousid is a new encashment. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted ' ti fn'.lowinc rates: 50 cents per square for , die frst insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; : $1 for three ir.8ertious ; and 2b cents per squnre i nr e'try subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc- ; tion made to those who advertise by the year. J Ail advertisements " handed in must have the ' proper number of insertions marked there...

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. — 14 April 1853

muni sin lillli Andrew J. Ehey, Editor. EBENSEURG, PA. Tlmi-ailay, Airll.li "1S5 3. Tor Canal Commissioner, THOMAS II. FOnSYTH, of Philadelphia Ctfusty. For Auditor General, SPIIUAIM BANKS, of Kiffiiu County. For Surveyor General, - - J. PORTER BRAAVLET, of Crawford County. . The.. Legislature. The most satisfactory resolution the Legisla ture has yet passed," is that which determines that a final adjournment will take place on Tues day next, 10th inst. - The Appropriation Bill has passed the House, and is likely to pass the Senate without any modification, so fur as the new Portage is con cerned. The appropriation toward the comple tion of the road, amounts to four hundred and eixty-three thousand 'dollars, "or in other words, " four time3 the amount the old Portage costs the State, annually. The propriety of continuing the work on the now road, or abandoning it en tirely, and adopting the old road from tbe foot cf Planeo. 5, to the foot of Tlane No. S, with the new road from those...

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. — 14 April 1853

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. - - - Thursday, April 7, 1S53. Mr- Chase, from committee to investigate the affairs of the Canal Commissioners, relative to the Portage railroad, and the matters connected with their conduct in reference to the same, ask 1 for an extension of time to S;it urdav, fur them to make a report. After some enversation be tween Messrs. Chase, Hart, Kilbourn, Merri man, Foter. Skinner and Flunigtn, the motion mus agreed t, yens 01, ways 15. APPROPRIATION BILL. The general appropriation' tail was thenttken up : pending the question on the section nuthor iring the Governor and State Treasurer to anti . cipate the revenue of the Commonwealth for 1853 and 1854, by procuring loan3 to be reim bursed as the means may be received into the treasury. Mr. Merriman was opposed to the mode of . raising money in the manner indicated in the Lill. Mr. Kilbourn advocated the measure, for the -reason that the money to be raised was to be -appropriated for the specific purpose of comp...

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. — 14 April 1853

HDUHTAIH SESTIKEL. GETTING AN APPOINTMENT. The following good thing was related to us a few days ago, by a friend, as an undoubted fact : Under the Tyler administration, the office of Daniel Webster, then Secretary of State, was be sieged for some sime by a portly, handsome spe cimen of humanity from St. Louis, who keenly scenting an office, and not fastidiously particular as to what it was, posted himself at the elbow of the god-like" at an early ho r of the morning, And remained there nearly all day, determined to wear him out. Mr Webster noticed his pertina tity -of course he could not well do otherwise, ten though absorbed in business, and he enter tained a kind of remote hope that the silent appli cant would be ultimately disgusted with his inat tention to the evident purport of his daily visits, And leave. But our Misourian had no such idea of vaca ting the fort when once in it ; he had come all the way from Pukedom for an office, and he was not "going to give it u so." And bo...

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. — 21 April 1853

1 - ' ' i WE GO WHE -iE DEMOCRATIC PBINCIPLE POINT THE WAY WH)EN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' i m il EBEiNSIMlG, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 18-53. NUMBER 26. T lilt MS. The "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" 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. Jfo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, -will be consid ered ss a new engagement. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at the following rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; f 1 for three insertions ; and 23 cents per square lor eTery subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. All advertisements handed in must have tlie proper number of insertions marked thereon, or th...

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. — 21 April 1853

J i-J '. ! '1 in i it V, ii 1 1 I i Vf I'M f i , s. t'.- - ' ? . . . . d v; if i a , : - ' 1 : I .fit V . j J i - 1 J IBOTAIS SEPJTINEL. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. -s3 Thursday, April 31, 1853. For Canal Commissioner, THOMAS II. FORSYTH,' of Philadelphia County. v " ' For Auditor General, " ; EPIIKAIM BASKS, of Mifflin County. jr. For Surveyor General, PORTER BRAWLEV, of Crawford County. - Death of Vies President Xing'. LOCAL AND EDITORIAL ITEMS. We announce with the deepest regret the de'i f"The "colored waiters" of New York, are gcease of Hon. "Vm. It. Kixa, Vice President off about striking for higher wages. So also are the United States, which sad event took place Ithe horse shoers, seamstresses, barbers, coal on his plantation at Pine Hills, near Catawba, Ihoisters and pus&ers. ; Alabama," on Monday evening last. His; deathS jgThe old gentlemen who spent a fortune came not unexpected both to himself &nd thein endeavoring to hatch colts from horse-ches-Nation...

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. — 21 April 1853

rOUE SAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Steamship Alps. ' Boston, April 14. The Cunnrd Propeller Alps, with Liverpool dates to the 30th ult., arrived this morning, brin ging four days later intelligence. 1 The Liverpool Cotton Market w.-m more buoy ant and middling qualities had advanced l-K'.d. The sales for the three day amounted to 28,000 hales, about one-half of which was taken on speculation and for export. The quotations are: New Orleans fair, GJd; Middling, 5 ll-16ths; Ordinary, 4afd: Mobile and Atlantic fair, Gd; Middling, 5 9-lGths; Or dinary, 4a5&. The imports during the same time amounted to 23,000 bales. The Alps reports having seen on the 30th, at J o'clock in the evening, off Point Lynns, the steamer Pacific, bound from New York for Liv erpool. The Royal Mail Steamahip Cambria arrived at Liverpool on the 29th. . The Liverpool Corn Market shows thattheop rrations in Breadstuff's are confined to the actual wants of the trade, without any material change in prices...

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. — 21 April 1853

- 1L LtLtrt in Jeiucaltxa. In my rumble about Jerusnkni, I .passed through the quarter of the Lepers. -Apart from the iniorebt attached to this unkrtunate class of beings, (arising from the lrtqueut allusion made to them iu the Scripture there is much iu their appearance and mode of lite to attract atteution, and enlist the sympathy of the etran ger. Dirt and disease go revoltingly together here; gaunt famine stalks through the streets ; constant cry of Buffering 6wells upon tlie dead air, and eiu broods darkly over the ruin it hr.s wrought iu that gloomy nnd ill-fated spot. Wasted forms sit m the door-ways ; faces cover ed with white scales, and sightless eye9 are tur ned upwards; skeletou arms, distorted and fetid with the ravages of leprosy, are outstretched from the foul, moving mass ; nnd a low howl is heard, the howl of the stricken for alms. Alms oh, stranger, for the love of God! alms to feed the inexorable destroyer; alms to prolong this dreary nnd hopeless misery! Look upo...

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. — 28 April 1853

f " trtrntr i US 31 WE GO WHE2E DEMOCBATIO PRINCIPLES POINT THE W C 2--WHEH THEY CEASE TO LEAS, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." i n n 111 II II I r a mum X III 111 volume ix. TERMS. The "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" a publish ed every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and Jny Cent per annum, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three months Two Dollar will be charged. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; and no paper will be dis continued until all arrearages are paid. A fcUure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. ZQ. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted &t the following rates : 50 cents per square for lie first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; $1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square I r every subsequent Insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. All edTertisemcnts handed in must have the proper number of insertions marked thereou, it lley ...

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. — 28 April 1853

HIIITUH'SIITIBH. Andrew Ilhey, Editcr. F.BCjiSBUKG, r.. Tliuridn, April 23, 1853. For Canal Commissioner! THOMAS II. FORSYTH, of PMiadelpWa County. Tor Auditor General, EFHXIAIM BASKS, cf Kifflin County. For Surveyor General, J. PORTER BRAWLET, of Crawford County. ' A Story Corrected. The Cambrian in it lnt issue attempt to re vive the ."fainting story" of the late campaign, and inclines to tbe belief that President Tierce feels faiutish" on account of difficulties in his Cabinet. We had supposed, until now, tb.it tbe terrible and withering defeat of tbe "greatest Captain of tbe nge" would have been sufficient . cause why no whig should allude to, or at this day bring forward, any cf the false charges . made in the heat of conflict ngniust the success ful candidate of the Democratic party, but we . were mistaken. W' did think that it would be gall and wormwood for any whig journal to dish - up, once again, any of the iucideuts of .n cam paign iu which their forces were scattered, th...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 April 1853

I! Further from California. ' - t . - - - Additional Particular oj the Loss of the .ludcpudeuce . . - New Yokk, April 25. The steamship Star of the West arrived hre this evening, at 8 o'clock, from tai Jumi. with California dates to the 1st List., and over 500 passengers, brought Juwn by tlie steamship Si 'cir i Nevada. . The intelligence from San Juan is pencefu Vndof. a- satisfactory character. The utmost 'ee.r.liality of feeling e listed between the officer of the American and British vcss'a of w..r. The people of San Juan held an rl.ctioii for -,t ..triers on the 15th. when' Mr. Martin w re e eeted Mayer Without opposi-ion. the Br t sh Consul having previously .notified the Bug ish residents that it" they vote I at the election they coSd not expect protection tioiu ins uovern- Tho Burning of the Independence. Intelligence trout Sui Fraiicia.:o fuily confirms the loss "of the steamship Independence 1-0 passengers are known to have been lost, and it, was the opinion of those saved...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 April 1853

HP I MA IN SE1T1BEL.; Prom tbe New Orleans Crescent City. Sunday Amusement in New Orleans. TiGHT B ETWEES A JaCKASS AJCD THREE BctL- ixjoa. Yesterday at Gretna, opposite the Fourth district, was assembled,' according to previous j notice, one cf the largest crowds of the season, to "witness the extracrdinary exhibition of a fight t,etween a jackass and three bulldogs. 11 the avenuea of approach to the field of combat, were at an early hour thronged with ns mot'ey a crowd of unwashed republicans as had ever been drawn together there for any purpose, cither good or bad. The ferryboats w ere crowded to overflowing, and plying backward with on extra head of steam, in order to make quick time and accommodate the rush. The cars of Lafayette went loaded each trip, with men and women, and snufilin juveniles, shedding tears of anxiety for fear of missing the fan. The omnibuses did thriving business, and where they were una ble to accommodate the number3, the etreets and thoroughfares were th...

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 May 1853

i mm lfm : jjoo j'JXj- YOLUE IX. '3' C : I Yl fc. The "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" is publish ed erery Thursday morning, at One Dollar and Fifty Cent psr annum,, if paid in advance or within thre months : after three months Two Lfvllars will b charged. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months ; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will bo consid ered at a new engagement. S3- AD VERTJSEMENTS will tSe inserted 8t the following rates: 50 cents per square lor the f rat insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; hi fcr three insertions ; and 25 cents per square .sr every 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 marked thereon, or they will be published until forbidden, and charged in accordance with the above terms. EgvAll letters and communications to ...

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 May 1853

ii JL Li i '. . u :2 r t MfillTAII SEITINEL: Andrew J. Rh.ey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. TUrslBj-, Slay 5, 1853. For Canal Commissioner, THO-MAS II. FORSYTH, , oi Philadelphia County. ?or And! tor General KPIIKAI5I DAXKS, of Mifflin County. For Surveyor General, J. PORTER BIIAWLET, of Crawford County. A ViBit to tie New Railroads. A few days ago we Visited the three sections (No3. 13, 17 and 18) of Messrs. Michael Burke & Co., on the New Portage Road, and that of Messrs. M'Granns & Reilly, Section 104, on the - Central Railroad. Messrs. Burke & Co's. sec tion is situate on the western slope of tbe moun tain, about one mile west of the Portage tunnel and one mile north of Sumraitville. This work comprises several heavy embankments and thorough cuts. The largest embankment is the heaviest work of the kind we have ever witnes eed, being about one thousand feet long and over ninety feet high at its greatest height, and will - contain, when completed, two hundred thousand - cubic...

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. — 5 May 1853

YQTTR DAYS LATER ?20M EUROPE. Arrival of the Baltic. Nr.wYcKX, May 1. The Collins mail eteam pbip Baltic, with Liverpool dates to the lOthuIt. arrived this evening at half past six o'clock. -She brings t2 piissc'iigtT3. Tie steamship Asia-vnivod out on the inorti iDg of the l7Hi. The propeller Genoa sailed from Liverpool on Vue K'th u;t. .Montreal and Quebec direct. Among the passengers on the Baltic ure Dud ley Mann and 0. W. Crawford. ENGLAND. The Chancellor of the Exchequer's financial statement, proposes to continue the income Ui cn a diminishing scale for seven years, and to extend it to Ireland on all incomes over one hun- dred pounds. Also to reduce the advertisement duty, stamp duty, and some others ; to abolish the soap dutieB, substitute fixed tor ad valorem rates, making ten per cent, the maximum on manufactures, increase the spirit duties aud leg acy duties, and reduce the tea duty within the next tour years to one shilling per pound, and immediately Is JUd, Opinions are...

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 May 1853

i 'I ' ! "3 Hi 'i ''J :' I ' -". ,- i t A VJ - .". s '. 1 ! : I . u iiiiuljjih jp5TSCO CiilLI KGE. ir n it n m I T tr n r ?T Rl T ST I? T fil i ft HH 13 P. Ig I I y fi L : IF H AT EVER concerns the health nd fcrpi i -- r . , , j . . . . . . . 1 nets oi a people is an nines oi iiu;m wh- ! uab'e 'hut ortance. I take it ' for grntited that COXSUHIFTIOX 'DZSAKHKED OJF ITS TEKRSS ! ! HASTINGS' COMPOUND SYRUP OP NAPIITIIA, i A quick end positive Cure for Consumption, decline, iisthuia, spitting -f blood, night sweats, j A Scene in Patagcnia. . uab c nnrortiu.ee. I take it for prntited that nusn.y turwat, wasting or tlie Hcsh, Irouchitis, coughs, colus, ana an cteseascs 01 tne chest una .,t., .,f rri,;,l. is known every rcrs.cn will do nil in their power, to save, lungs 'SHERRY PECTORAL1 fPatazonia 19 a eou tbau any other uuon the Mr. Bourne's late work, therefore. .... .... - ; 1 ' 1 ft .. 1 . . . . Western Continent. . tlie uvea 01 tntir ciinuren, nnu mat every per-i mo uicu ivjjaiauou i...

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 May 1853

J JJlLi M!.-!.'. ,J ! ! . .J .'!. SJ. mLj.ij. i "... ' WE GO WHE iS DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ', WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD. WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." TOME IX. EUENSBIRU, TIIURSDiY, MAY 12, 1853. MIBER 29. i v IK ; i a i c-. i i x . .1-- i r- i lei iii iii i i i 1 1 ' i i f -. s u-3 i II I I I 1 i 1 .ISI I.! II I X fl i i.' II J I T K T"t S The "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" 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 wRl be charged. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period tb&n six months ; and no paper will be i;fcontinued until all arrearages are paid. A i'liirrre to actify a diseontinuanc at the expira tion of tii term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. G- ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted r.t the following rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 76 cents for two insertions; f?! fcr three insertions; and 25 cents per square DT every su...

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 May 1853

-p. it v n 3 Andrew J. Rh.cy, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. TluimUy, May 1, -.1853. " Tor Canal Commissioner, : TJIOMAS II. FOnSYTH, -of Philadelphia County. Tor Auditor General, CPIIISAI3I BANKS, of Mifilin County. Tor Surveyor General, J. PORTER BRAAVLEY, of Crawford County. . . Railroad Accidents. The particulars of an awful railroad accident on the New Haven railroad, will be f ound in another part of our paper. The scene was a most frightful and appalling one, and the details are calculated to touch the stoutest heart. The engineer seems to have been greatly in faulty and the evidence before the inquest, proves that the signal, a red ball, was down, which the en- sineer should have noticed, and stopped the train, mese rauroau acciuems are oecuuimg , too frequent, and that there is gross careless- ness on the part of the employees there cannot be a doubt, a remedy should be applied, and that icicicirateiy. , me irain was proceeding . ioojb fast over the bridge, say twenty miles au hour...

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 May 1853

Sir. II. 3. Ztovrs. following excellent nrtie'e from the Has ten. Argus, in reference t j tin righi of the above 1-ly tj England : There ia a tide in the r.lT.irB of anraen, which. tr.kea at trie fld, IeGU3 jrod Knows wneri-! Thi aphorism was a-Tve: :ajro happily illustra ted than ia the eaiO of Mrs. Siowe. But a few souths ago, sh-i was scaveo'y knorn beyond the limits of her own S Mte. ar.i now - hor f:;nie is world-wide.- Eugusa critics, if they condescend ci to noticj her productions at ail, regarded tLeta as exceedingly common-place ; and now they laud Ler to the skies, as one of the very first women cf the day. The cause of this ia a 3id commentary cu the condition of morality in the world. That a booi cf lies, well known to l.t oil, Kprprv nni wTirt HnQ rlevntp;! n miMnont to the subject, Euouli thus suddenly elevate the authoress to the highest rank among the writers and moralists cf the dy, furnishes food for ma ny serious thoughts. While the ta3to of the world is so deprav...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 May 1853

ii ''. i; : I--' if . r.a . ? i 'A 1 i It 3 ' From the Home Journal. LOUIS NAPOLEON IN NEW YORK. Too ready credulity lends to previous error; specially ns it affects our opinion of human karacter. To believe what is scandalously narrated of conspicuous men, would often lend to the conclusion that infamy is the road to re nowu; and that, ia order to become great, cr tain previous viciousness of life is necessary. It is a lamentable comment upon human nature, that ii majority of maukiud delight in evil speak ing, as well as thinking ; and go the work of detraction with somewhat the eagerness of a burglar to rifling a casket. Defamation, under various guises, is indulged in almost universally. 2Ierit is rarely acknowledged. Greatness by natural causes is termed greatness thrutt upon one, and, therefore, without merit ; while great ness achieved, is that of which the possessor is, invariably, unworthy. The perusal of ceitain newspaper items, concerning the career of Louis Xapals.on in N...

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