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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 June 1853

A- A S f in v.- J: J. " WE GO WHE&E DEMOCBATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAT ; WHEJT THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. VOLUME IX. EBEKSBURG, THURSDAY, JM 23, 1853. MfMBER 35. 4w V 1 OH ! I WOULD LIKE TO MARBY, A SOSG BT O. W. GOODWIN. 1 taw a little maiden, Of but a teen or two, Her cheeks were fair and roBy, Her laughing eyes were blue ; A dainty little fairy, Not yet a woman quite, A modest rose-bud opening, And beaming frith delight j Said I sweet little lady, Did'at ever hare a beau ? I'd like to kiss you dearly, But it would scare you so ; Bright flowers bloomed around her, . For it was joyous Spring, A thousand birds were warbling, And she did with them sing : Oh ! I would like to marry, If I could only find, A pretty little dearie . Just suited to my mind. 1 saw Rnother, older By three sweet years than she ; ' Oh ! she was matchless lovely ! Full bloomed maturity ! ' Her lorm was round and slender, - Her bosom snowy white, , Her hair in glossy ringlets, Her eyes were spa...

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. — 23 June 1853

Mm II S E M T I HE L - Aadrew J. Ehey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. .. Thursday, June 33, 1853. . For Canal Commissioner, THOMAS II. FORSYTH,. v ' of Philadelphia County. For Auditor General, PIIRAI9X BANKS, of Mifflin County. "For Surveyor General, J. PORTER BRAWLEY, of Crawford County. DELEGATE ELECTIONS. AS the County Committee of Cambria .county ii -without a Chairman, we, members of said Committee for the years 1852 and 1853, request the Democrats of the several districts and town h".na in said county to meet at their respective places of voting, on Saturday, the 2nd day of . mm f L July, 1853, ana elect two aeiegates irom eacn district, to meet in County Convention at the Court House,' in the borough of Ebensburg, on Ti'fsul.iv. the 5th of Julv. 18o3. to nominate a full and entire ticket for the Democracy to sup port at the apt-roacbine election, and also to do any other tbiDgs that they may deem necessary for the true interests of the party. The Delegate election a in each district...

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. — 23 June 1853

-froatfc Ajaexifl- War Declared hy Peru ag&ins tl The papers ooitaia a ?J items of intelligence Urn South A'taorica, rociival by the steamship AojroU. Col. D -r.na, one f her p sangers, rs- J ports thatFara ;a Je.i.i: i.l war iriiaat Boliv-i. auu taas irv-s i r.ivi:;.:j n t was h Africa, h w- Ian-Jed v .isia3 A letter fron i.lm w imi May 1 i. itatsj :h st "Bairn, Prosilnt afiWIvI, h J dis nlsioi his -Minister F.jrjiga AtT-urs, Bustillj, and ex presses ik Ujp to at tbia act will tend to the re storation of paoiaj relations between tbe two eountries. The U. S. store ship Southampton, arrived at V&Jparaiso on the 23d of April. Tbe Republic of Ecuador has settled its diffi culty with the French Republic. Its Govern ment saluted tbe French flag and expressed its regret for the alleged insult to Count Montho lon, and agreed to pay eight thousand dollars claimed for damages to property of a French citizen. Valparaiso is rapidly assimilating itself to an American town. It is already...

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. — 23 June 1853

1 'A i. ? -; . . V t. . t ; V r.t if t -il : ' -; t'f. ' ! An Iasalted Witness. . . . , woo rmnt in the i ;onai aeraoie anuaeuici n - i t vordav. bv an irishman, l , ?( foatintfrRV on a Dill f indictment for keeping a tippling house, then fcelWe the jury. A Jnror "Otate wa know the house of Mrs. , ",f be ;tu.te in the Citv of Pittsburgh, Allegheny .1 n,i.i;ntr his hat in one WtwI whilst he knt the etber engaged ln nlP" nlnirtlis nrr f a. lair hnok convenient,) "Fa u it's myself that do know the house, yer honor ; r, r. ). r n,inf t tntv t- T ax vou. an' I in the littbit of visitin' it every day of my -life.0' tbe i...t tin Tears ?" Juror "Is it in Allegheny w;tn What the pajrue wud ph,- v-; aivnt Alteehenv County ? IMlUfc BUV1IM " O Ti. in iraniyrrnhhlo. sure enouzh. an mats an 1 know J" Juror "Tellus whatyou saw there.' Witnims "Well. bedad. that's a purty compre hensive question you're axin me. - Tell you what saw there ? whv. that 'ud take me the whole lifelong day. I saw gamblin...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 June 1853

MM IB "WE GO WHESE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POUSTT TBS WAY J WHE2J THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." VOLUME IX. EBENSBI1RG, TJIURSDiY, JUKE 30, 1858. iNUJIBEU 36. the .most finished poets of the present time is T. K. Ilervey. He has not writ fa much, but most of Ms efforts are polished gems. Suuic of them are as nearly faultless as roadie. The following, for example, may Le given as a specimen; and although br.ei", it is eminently graphic, chaste, and exqni- site i TZS D2AB T2?3I?ET2S. X T. K. HESVEY. "Wake, soldier, wake! thy war-horse waits, To bear thee to the battle back ; Thou slumborest at a foeians gtes; Tuy Jtjg would break thy bivouac ; Thy plume ia trailing iu tue dust, And thy red fulihiou gi:hs;riu rust I Sleep, saldier, sleep! thy warfare o'er -Hot hinc own bugie'o loudest strnin Sha-i e"cr Lre ik tnjr slumbers more, With aUiiiaions to the battle plain ; A truinpet-uota more loud and deep, HixStO J.6M thee from that leaden sleep I Thou neei'st rtot helm nor cuirass ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 June 1853

II 4L n r'- f ' - f 1 - . J : , t - . i 3 - 1' , 4 "I . 4 ill: .i i i i - HBISTAI! SENTINEL- Andrew J. Eliey, Editor. EBENSBUEG, PA. Tit nydyv June 3Q S53.' Tor Canal CommlssioJier, THOMAS II. JPORSTTII, of Philadelphia County. For AudixorGeireral, .. . EPBRAIM BANKS, of HLSBin County. p0r Surveyor tneral,- J. PORTER BKAWLEV, of Crawford County. DELEGATE ES-ECTIOXS. AS the County Committee of Cambria county is without a Chairman, we, members of said Committee for the years 1852 and 1853, request the Democrats of the several districts and towu .t,; in eaid counrv to meet at their respective -iQ rMrni? on Saturday, the 2nd day of Uliivvs " o . July. 1853, and elect two delegates from each district, to meet in County Convention at the Court House, in the borough of Ebeusburg, on T-uesdav, toe 5th of July, 1853, to nominate a fall and entire ticket for the Democracy to sup port at the approaching election, and also to do any other things that they may deem necessary for the true interes...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 June 1853

0 ARRIVAE OF THE BALTIC. Four Days Later from. Europe. 1 New York. j :i c 26. The C G l.ii3 Bieamtr:! - .1 . I Baltic arrl cd Llt evening. lit o'clo.-ii. 1 bringing dates t t ; 1; : I tt the advices vac Nia : I 'liu stear:)'::'!; AiVica ins fo-ir days Liti- . iwu ot C'.i the in;-r I jag vf the 13tL inst. EQLAM. The English Government have, bcth in the JIoi of L-jrUs and Commons, announced that the liritTtk end French fleets were joiutiy des-ipfuo'-jei to the Pa ni?. relics, furnished -with like i-itruetions. The best understanding existed between France and England, and it was not expected that any collision would occur. T.iH emigrant ship Aurora, bound from Hull to New York, foundered at sea on the 20th of JJav, taking down 29 of her crew and pas sengers. Ilia Captain and twelve others were saved. llissilolT, the Russian Minister of Justice, it was announced, had arrived in Paris, bringing pacific assurances from the Czar, and the fuuds had .ruscquently recovered. It was considered...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 June 1853

JU II ' i i n n i V4 .ft :; . -. i. t -1 the BimrrrcHED clock. ST THE OLD UN. About half p-ist eleven o'clocboti Sunday night a human les enveloped in blue broad cloth might have been seen entering Deacon Cryphas liitr bcr'b kitchen window. The leg waa followed, fim.Uv, by the entire person of live Yankee, attired in Lis Sunday go-to-meetin clothes. It was in bborr, Joe Mayweed who thus burglarious!.-, in the dead of night, won Lia way into tLe deacon's kitchen. "Woivler how much the old deacon made by rderiu me not to enter his door again ?" solilo quized the jcung gentleman. Promised him I wouldn't, but didn't say nothing about windews. "Winders is just as good as doors, if tuers ain't no nails to t?ir your trowsers onto. Wonder if Sali'U come down t The critter promised uie 1'iu afeard to move about here, 'cause I might break my shius over somethiu uuthtr, and wake thj vi ! f;lks. Cold enough to freeze a Polish bear here. O, here comes Sally." Th? beauteous maid desceudod with a ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 July 1853

in "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY WHEW THEY CEASE TO LEAS, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. VOLUME IX. EBENSBWtG, TODBStUTj ; JULY 7; 1853. KOIBER.37. f " ii i ii Mil II I I II ii i n 1 1 i n i I 'DIXGS2X OX THE RIIIXE. BY. MP-S. NORTON. A soldier of the legion lay dying in Algiers, There was Iaok of womon'o nareing,' tliere was lack of woman's tears, Pat a comrade stood beside him, while hia life- . blood ebbed away, And bci.t with pitying glances, to hear what he might say. The dying f oldier faltered as he too that com rade's hand, And he said, "I never more shall see my own . my native land ; Take a message and a token, to some distant friends of mine, Tor I was bora at Bingen, at Bingea on the ..me. "Tell my brothers and companions, when they meet and crowd around, To hear my mournful story, in the pleasant vineyuru ground, That we fought the battle bravely, and when the day wa3 done, Full mauy a, corse lay ghastly pale; beneath the 1 setting sun. And 'midst tUc dead and d...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 July 1853

MOUNTAIN SIITINIL. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Satitrday, July 9, 1853. FOR GOVERNOR IN 1S34, WILL'I iM IMGLBR, Subject to the decision of the Democratic State Convention. For State Senator, Cyras I Pershlngr, or Johnstown, Subject to the decision of the Senatorial Conference. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fcr Canal Commissioner, THOMAS II. poustth, of Philalslnhia County. Tor Auditor General, KPHRAI3I BANKS, of EiSiin County. Fcr Surveyor General, J. PORTER. BR1WLEY, of Crawford County. County dominations. For Assembly, TH02IAS COLLIITS, of Summitville. For Treasurer, A. J.H7, of Ebeusburg. - - . For restrict Attorney, . T. L. HEYES, of Johnstown. . For Commissioner, 70231 H. DOUGLASS, of Cloarfield. - ; Fcr County Surveyor, I2CHAS JTCOIsITELL, of Summerbill. " :For Auditor, ' JOSEPH H3GE, of Carroll. The Late Comity Convention. The proceedings of the Democratic- County Convention will he found in this paper. Accor ding to the expressed "will of the delegates to that convention, re...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 July 1853

Stabbing Case Three Men badly Injured. An affray took place yesterday afternoon, in Leassler'S Lager beer liall, formerly known as the Atuensjcu'a, whih resulted in serious inju ries to the proprietor, h$ assistant, Francis Kcliniain, ami r. O-riaan present mined Ferdi nand Kaipcr. I? a-pp-vx Vt a p-.rty of tT3C persona wert in fi-de rjori from t'je main b ill, drinking; and either fro ;: the effrcis of intoxi- 'c&tion or in r. sr5r:t if :;sehj -r, omnencc J UTOTICE. Peter Livergood, Esq. " Common rieas of Cam- J-bria county No. 67 June Andrew J. Eckels. Tens. J3'3. breaking ghs?. upsct::rg tables, Ac Mr. jb Leussier iuio the room, and expostulated; tui altercation followed, and the conclusion of tbe affair was a regular fiirht, ia which Leussler, Li assistant, and Mr. Kaiser were concerned. Lussber, after being hit on te isad with a chair, and it Ll supposed after being stabbed, called on the two msn for assistance, and said to send for his wife, that he was killed. On interfer...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 7 July 1853

JU JL r 11 3 I! ; .v if ' i t. ' 4 .3 : i "4 4; ' - MOUNT A I H SEIiTIIEL rTLe Frcztch Empresa. The following account of the disgraceful scene which recency occurred in the Bois de Boulogne, between the French Empress and Mrs. Iloward, 13 given by a Paris correspondent of the Phila delphia Register : t .You are probably aware that a few days be fore his marriage, Louis Napoleon- dismissed Mrsl Iloward, the mother of his three little girls, and sue took refuge in England. He had offer ed ber a residence and a pension in France, but th8 6he refused.- Two weeks n go she returned to Faris, on business, probably, though many ay she came by the Emperor's request. Be . that as it may, the Empress heard of her arriv al,jind wfs highly indignant that she should have been allowed to enter France. Thereupon ensued a conjugal Caudle scene, nt the end cf which, her Majesty declared that if she met Mrs. Howard 6ue would punish her for her presump tion, and give her a lesson which she would re mem...

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 July 1853

t I: "V. M r 111 . "V "N. W I J II II II I S II I II I VOLUME IX. LEOME ; Or, th Power of Early ImpTeMioa. Perhaps a more beautiful passage could be cited iroui any historian, than Xeuopbou's de scrtpuuu f the feelings of tuoae wuoae mtnu rabie retreat be had muise!' led tue reuiuaut of the rjuwwueU Tcu Tuouaand. After all tueir daugor,' ui.er ail tueir escapes, tujy at lengtu reacuuU tbe summit wf a auereJ mountain, au l '. the sea broke upou their mgut. Uttering a auout of joy, they daaued off their buckler ami rusu- ,ed w.ddly on. Souie laughed vitb delight, oth ers wept aloud iu .the f u.luosa of their bearta; while very una, faihug oa tue.r kuees, b.essed the oceau -across wuyse blue waters, like ilo.it iag sea birda.-tue memorials of their bouies came .ana fauued their weary bo u is.' There are lew. If iudeed any, who cauot syinpathisu wiib their feeuugs, tUougb they are beat understood by tiioae persona wao have watched tho. waves, uud fait tue breezes wuicu nuv-j beeu watted...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 July 1853

JL :'.! V i i if T ... MOlBIAirSEHTIIEL Andrew J. Bbey, Editor. ebessburg, pa. ThnndT Jtxly .31, 1853. FOR GOVERNOR IN '1854, WILLIAM BIGLBR, Subject to the decision of tht Democratic State Convention. For State Senator, Cyrus Ii. Pershing, of Johnstown, 'Subject to the decision of the Senatorial Conference. LOCAL AND EDITORIAL ITEMS. "A Western editor pats above the door of ... 5. A whole World's Temperarce Conven- his sanctum, "Lady visiters are requested to go tion is to beheld in New York on the first and to the devil when they wish to obtain an inter second of September next . ' view with the editor." - 4fiy. We axe requested by Mr. Hamilton to Death op Mb. O'Cosseli. The death of Mr, state that his hacks will hereafter leave the ho. Maurice O'Connell, M. P., (the eldest son of the tel of Mrs Litzinger, in Ebenaburg. at 8 o'clock ' great Daniel,) is announced by the Hermann's A. M., and Jefferson at about 3 P. M., or on the . news. Mr. O'Connell died, sudden!? on the 17th arriv...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 July 1853

Whig -County Convention- lb 2 Whig County Convention assembled ia the Court House, in Eoensburg, 6 a TuaJjiv tye liita ! Lost., and was organized by .the election of.Ti-uS, l!OLLAiiDr of While tuWi: Preside, Jvia j Osur aad August!; Little, Char.ts Albright tad VY. H V:oa 'Presidents, p.ni O.iriitr, Sccret ir- .The fellowing Delegates then presented their aredentiala and were admitted to seats ia the Convection : ' " Allegheny Michael Carrigan. FranciaElberly Biacklick Wm. Dnnc.-m, John Ferguson. Cambria -Chas. Albright, A." McVicker. Conemaugb Wm. Ream. E. A. Vickroy Conemaugb bor.- Jas. Purse, R H. Can an. Clearfield James Kaylor. Patrick Ivory. Carroll -Hiram Frit Joseph Cole. . Ebensburg R. L: ebiston, D O Evans. Loretto Augnstin cttle, George Li rxinger. , . Richland Joseph Reynold. Henry Hubert Summerhill W. H. Gardner. John S. Oster. . SuinmitTiUe John Black. Frank Henry. Johnstown R. B! Q igeby Ji P McOonaghy. Susquehanna -I. Burn. Daniel Hembaugh. . Jackson Paul Gob i ugh. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 July 1853

"MUtfAIH 5EJJTISEL .-;rr? - .THE BOLY TtkCESTT - Tjie Courrfer des EUts Uais furnisbos the fol lowing interesting acco'untof the "Holy Places," -tfjiiclf is transited by The Boston Traveller: Fur souidiOHhstlitse three wordjrbave form ed the pivot f European politics.' 'Few per sons, 'however, know their - real meaning. At " the present moment . it ia important to under stand them. ' They signify; literally, the aanc tttaiie; churehc3y or chapels", whfch have been constructed upon thts places where the principal ' treats ia tb life of Christ occurred. Tt era are Hoy Places, not only a Jerusalem alut the Holy JSepulcbre, ' which for many ages have been!1 the object of the veneration of Christian people but at Nazareth, at Bethle bero, at Shecbeni, alCana, at Tiberias, Mount 0.ie at Gethsemane, at Tabor, and at Sebus teh (Samaria.) As to the sanctuaries, many of them h .Ye perished under the effects tf time, : and it is only in the midst of their ruins that pilgrims seek pious associa...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 July 1853

lit is t hi 1 1 i ii 1 1 i u i j i iia I If I Ifc 1 VOLUME IX. From the Jfome Journal. THE POET AND THE WILD-BIUD. - BT .tUN 8. SMITH. A youth who was friendless, sad and poor, Went forth one mora from his humble door The genial sunbeams cheered his way ; The busy streets of the town were guy ; And pmiling crowds aLured his eye, ABfast and free they hurried by Like sparkling wares 'neath summer sky. But he, amid that rushing tide, MoTed ever slowly on, ai.d sighed Jay's rapid march he might not share, Tor hi$ heart beat low to the notes of core. He had hope-J for fame he had sought it long, pjuringout his soul in a tide of song ; Aad oft ha J lis eaed, but still in vain, For the Toicj of pmiae to reward his strain. Now he pined to be in some lonesome glen, A'ar from the noisy haunts ofmeu ; F.rl e deemed the soothing balm of rest .vlight lull the tumult of his breast: Thus, wandering on for many an hour, He came at last to a wild-wood bower; , A beauteous, calm, and cool retreat, fh...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 July 1853

.MOUNT AIM SENTINEL. Andrew J. Biey, Editor- EBENSBURG, PA, Thursday, July 8, 1853. FOR GOVERNOR IN 1854, WILLIAM BIGLEIt, Subject to the decision of the Democratic State Convention. Tor Slate Senator, Cyrus I. Pershing, of Jolinstown, Svlject to the decision of the Senatorial Conference. IJE3IOCR ATIC TICKET. For Canal Commissioner, THOMAS II. FORSYTH, of Philadelphia County. Tor Auditor General, EPIIRAIM BANKS, of Mifflin County. Tor Surveyor General, PORTER. BRAWLEY, of Crawford County. J. County dominations. For Assembly, THQHAS COLLIXS, of Summitville. For Treasurer, EHEY, of Ebensburg. A. J. For District Attorney, T. L. HEYEB, of Johnstown. For Commissioner, JOHN 31. DOUGLASS, of Clearfield. For County Surveyor, TH02IAS H'COJTNELL, of Summerhill. For Auditor, JOSEPH HOGE of CarroU. The Northwestern Railroad. Any suggestions -made as to the propriety of selecting a different route from the Blairsville one for this highway, seems to appal our neigh fcors in that section. Some we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 July 1853

The Steam Fire Engine. communication from the builder of the Cin atiati steam fire engine, appears in the Journal tl;e Franklin Institute fvr this month. From 3 account, we learn that the boiler of the en- je is .continuous con 01 iron pipe. which is iis receiver is almost itsmeliately converted -to steam, and fire minutei only ia required to ittte machine in operiuoa. t uur men nnJ ;ur horses is all tLe force required. A3 regnrJs the pumping power of the ens-me, ii said it can throw cither one or six streams, :d will discharge about two thousand barrels water per hour. It has two suctions, six and half inches in diameter, and twenty-four feet e sn.li Luusuuug vi vue view. iucv are 3 front, ana lay back on either side. Thegreat- st throw of water yet made is stated to be two i i a . c ii i . iat one Inch and three-quarters, to where the olid body cf the stream fell, and two hundred iad ninety-one feet to the point reached by the ipray. ' By way of illustration, we may notice its per...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 July 1853

II (I "1? 1 ; ;r a ft) 1 1 i n : f 4 V 1 I BOHTAII SENTINEL. Mr. Fillmore. Of Ex-rresident Fillmore, a correspondent of the Boston Courier, dating from Buffalo, Eays : "While at tbo Falls, I visited Buffalo, and did myself the honor of calling upon the great states man of Buffalo, Millard fillmore. It was pleas Ant to look upon the plain, white two story house, with green blinds, and a littleyard in front, in which Millard Fillmore resides. It spoke proud ly or the man, and of the institutions which formed the niau. Calm, dignified and gentleman ly, Mr. Fillmore, as the citizen of Buffalo, is no leBS respected than was Mr. Fillmore as the Frceident of the United States. Whatever views may be entertained in regard to the policy of his administration, the integrity of his private char acter has ever been beyond even the suspicions of his bitterest political enemies. The loss of the companion of his early struggles and subse quent prosperity, has thrown a shadow upon his countenance. M...

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