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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 August 1853
- ' . . . '' ' . . ' ' . . .. . ' . jAtf&Y A. trff " ' ' A ffl - . "WE GO WEESE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POCTT THE "WY ;WHEIf THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." 1 " VOLUME IX. EBEXSBURG, T11LRdAY, AUGUST j 1853. XUMBER 40 UDIES' SLOIES. There ia a strange deformity Combined with countless graces, As often in the ladies' names As in the ladies' faces. Soine. jjajaea are fit foe every age, .- Some fit for only youth; Some passing sweet and beautiful, Same horribly uncouth, Some fit for dames of loftiest grades, Some only fit for scullery maid. Ann is too plain and common; And Nancy sounds but ill'r Vet Anna is endurable, . And Annie better still. There is a grace in Charlotte, In Eleanor a state; An elegance in Isabel, A haughtiness in Kate. -And Sarah is sedate and neat. And Ellen innocent and sweet. Matilda has a sickly sound, Fit for a nurse's trade ; Sophia is effeminate. And Esther sage and staid. Eliabeth's a matchless name, Fit for a queen to wear In cajtle, cottage, hut...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 August 1853
J Li I s i -i it '1 ''- ' - ?5i ; : v. 1 " '-. s M 0 Ml A I NJEK Till L. Andrew J. Uhey, Editor. EBENSBUIIG, TA. Thursday, Aug. 1S53. FOIGOVERNOB. IN 1354, WILLI A MB I G LIV, Subject to the decision of the Democratic State Convention. For State Senator, Cyrus L.. Icrsliin, or Jolamtoivn Subject to the decision of the Senatorial Conference. DE3IOCRATIC TICKET. For Judge of the Supreme Court, JOHN c. KKOX, cf Tioga County. For Canal Commissioner, TIIO.tlAS II. FORSVTII, of Ph.iladclpL.ia County. For Auditor General, KPIIUAI3I BANKS, , cf JlifEin County. For Surveyor General, I'OllTEn BBAWLEV, of Crawford County. J. Coiisiiy !VTominaiions. For Assembly, v THOMAS COLLIUS, of Summitville. - For Treasurer, A. J. EHEY, of Ebonshurg. For District Attorney, T. L. HEYER, of Johnstown. For Commissioner, JOHJT H. DOUGLASS, of Clearfield. , For County Surveyor, - TH03IAS K'CONirELL, of Summerhill. For Auditor, JOSEPH HOGE, of Carroll. ; Hon. John C. Knox,. This gentleman received the nomination...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 August 1853
FROM OTR EXCHANGES. ' - - Of one hundred and ninety comic's lu the Western Penitentiary, on!;' one is a female. Gen. Roeetlt Aii -tuonj h is lio.o-i seriously III t4 Washington, i-s Vc-r-, ,-i rhi:-. Hon. A. G:u.: ceclincd the Con vi:.- n Of IVn p at J! oi N :ia., 1. ;S ideaiix. positive gutiun tim United tppuint. :'i.itcs at Ti "T r. Cd Secretary v.. "London. Ee-nomjsatfp. John Iligk-r Las been re nominated as the Democratic- candidate for Gov ernor in California. Hon. R. J. VALKm has recovered from Lis late severeiilnes, and is now makipg active preparations for Lis departure to China. The Ru?sian Minister at Washington, annoyed at the tone of the Washington Union on the Kuisio-Turkish tpiostion, has "stopped his pa per." . - - JO-OS"" TLe HarrisLurg Telegraph urges the nomination of John P. Pearson, Judge of the Dauphin and Lebanon judicial district, as the Whig Candidate for the Supreme Bench. A wag suggests that the stationer who fur nished the post olliee envelops, with his ca...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 August 1853
MOUNTAIN SENTINEL The Soldiers of th lata War With Great Britain. In Philadelphia, on the 15th, & meeting of sol diers and others connected with the war of 1812, was held at the county Court House. Capt. J. II. FistEtt in the chair, Pets Hay and Andrew Mokeisox, Vice Presidents, and John Frick, Secretary. After an interesting and eloquent address from Judge Sutherland, comprising an account of the proceedings of the Convention of . the Soldiers of the War of 1812, held at New York on the 4th inst., the following resolutions Were unanimously adopted : Resolved, That we learn with much pleasure that the Convention of officers and soldiers of the war of 1812, which assembled at New York on the 4 th of July, have resolved to participate in the Naiioxal Convention, to be held at Philadel phia on the 8th of January, 1854. Resolved. That from the pledges already re ceived from other States, it is the opinion of this meeting that the Convention of the 8th of Jan uary next will be one of...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 August 1853
jt 'I.II',..I,..,.,.L, ;. , ' ;ihii; ' - ' i .'''V, ,,, ' IM ' ' ': ' '"if J '' " ; T ill -11 fe" I IS? i;ll " - -r - - . ..-....- . - ' - - . ' - . - . - ---- ' , , " - - . , - - . " " WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY;TtEN THTY' CEASE TO LEAD, WL CEASE TO FOLLOW." --' .' - :." VOLUME IX; 4,;: EBBlBlpM ; l-s '" PIBER 41, Till: LVG R ATI-FIJI. MAN. Titali9, a noble Venitiaii, one day, at a bunt ing party, fell into a pit -which had teen dug to catch wild animals. He passed a whole night and day there, and I will leave you to imagine his dread and his agony. The pit. whs dark. Vitalis rau from one side of it to th other, in the hope of finding om branch or root bw which Ire might climb its sides and get out of his dungeon; but he heard such confused and extraordinary n.isea, growling., hissings, and plaintive cries, that he became half dead with terror, and crouch ed in a corner motionless, awaited death with tae most horrid di3may, . On the morning of the second day he haard...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 August 1853
A 1 1 SENTINEL. mo Andrew J. Etcy, Editor. The So: EBENSBURG, tlOZ Of bo. ?wnr of 1812- 1 . . Thursday, An FOR XjOVEB WILLIAM Til OLE R, Subject to the decision of the Democratic State - Convention. For State Senator, Cyrus lu Persuing, of Jolinsto wn Subject, to the decision of the Senatorial Conference. nE3IOCRATJC TICKET. Tor Judge of the Supreme Court, JOHN C. KNOX, cf Ticga County. Fcr Canal Commissioner, THOJIAS II. KORSYTII, of rLiladoIifLia County. For Auditor General, . KE'ItKAIILl BASKS, . of 2LSLin County. i - For Surveyor General, .. rORTEB BUAAVLEY, of Crawford County. Cccmf j' ZVomlnatlons. For Assembly, THOMAS COLLINS, of Scmmitville. For Treasurer, A. J. P. HEY, cf rbensturj. T. L. KEYEIt, of Johnstown. For Commissioner, JOHN II. D0CGLAC3, of Clearfield. For Cc-TJnty Surveyor, THOMAS M COIJHSLL, of SummerhilL . For Auditor, JOSEPH IIOGE, of Carroll. To Our Patrons. This number closes our connection with the ''Mou.ntais Sentinel." Hereafter, the estab-j lisbnienl will...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 August 1853
I MEAGHER FESTIVAL IN BOSTON. The Meagher Club of United Irishmen and the Meagher Rifles, of Boston, entertained the patriot and exile, Thomas JJj:cher, with a grand bnnquet at Faneuii Ift!l, in eommemora tion of his thirtieth bir:L-Jay. Several other military ccmpatka ofPron alio jrdned in be celebration. Deputations i-i civil and military associations aue::ded frorri iew York nnd roaaj other places. Tue military weieiofull dresa uniform, an I a larje nnsiocr cf lad.es also beiu in attendance, tba affair was truly splendid. Altogether, about- seTen hundred persons were present, amonj whom was Mr. O'Dosokce, who so recently escaped from Van Dieman's Land, and whose adventures were so remarkable. Capt. B. S. Tkeaxor, of the Meagher Fines, presided on the occasion. After the viands provided had been disposed of in the manner customary on such occasions, letters of apology were read from distinguished invited gcests. This being done, the following toasts were proposed : "The President ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 August 1853
II .! . '1 t ' 1 MOUNTAIN SEiXT IX EL. Prance Tie United States and the Sandwich Islands. A correspondent of the Aty..ny Evening Jour cal, writing f.-ora Honolule suys : "Owing to difficulties between the Hawaiian nnd French governments, groiring out of the duties on bran dy imported ben?, and some oth?r causes, it is not unlikely that the American fl ig will be hoist ed here in a few months. Thero is do doubt here t'iat Mr. Allen, United States Consul here, was sent hoJia by this government, to ask, in; the mme of KamehameLa 3d, protection aga nsc the French ; and in case the United States government wonli not. or con id not, ct-imriat interfere, to offer to ceie the sovereigaty of thess islanis to the United States and have them an nexed to the Union. All classes hers are keen ly alive to this subject, the Americans hop'nyfvr it, as the means of greatly increasing the trade of the islands ; the English in a rage about it, foreseeing in each a measure a death Mow to their commercia...