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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 September 1859

4 J K- - - - 4 ) m - Iff iri ?Of.IXGER IIUTCUI.-SOff, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN" PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. - ii - I'lTBLlSIIEIlS " - V YOL.h EBENSBUHG, PA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER , J859. NO.2. 1 1 . fTX""-!' he published every Thursday, at f y the following raUSa, viz : Tor nuniiin, (payable in advance) Si J'J It not piiid vithin the first six ionth. l-5 If nut paid until the expiration of yir 2.00 A failure ta notify a dicontinu1 at the pinition of the term subscribe lor will be iibidered ft new engagement, T-UX3 or ADVKaT,1Jlio: 1 inserti'"- 2 do. 3 do. la.e, ri2 lines,) y a si.o.j .'lares, (24 .a.vts . 1.00 1.50 2.00 .'.larcf, (: lines,) 1.50 2.00 3,00 Pier tliree wccks au icss maninree montiis, nt per siive lot each insertion. - 3 intnths. 6 do. 12 do. ines or k'ss, ' , " .1.50 53.00 $5.00 .00 00 00 .00 00 1. ro'essional or Business Cu'-jj, not e- ee ling 8 lines, with papcper year, 5.00 Advertisements not imrked with the pber of insertions desired, w ill be contin- tiii torbiUden...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 September 1859

IMG BIT OR WllO.Cr. WUE5 ElCl.r, TO BE KKf T EIGHT, WHK!f WRO.srj, TO hf. TL7 RIGHT. L:iu:sut 1:1;. THURSDAY: ::::SKPTKMKKK 1. i- I iriu n more periect union, cs- tahlish justice, ensure domestic trannuility, provide for the common defense, nromnti the penerat welfare, and secure the blessing t of 4'. rt-"- o ourselves and our posterity." ire . 1 . i n - .. w .... ' uie nag oi tne 1'copie a l'arlj. THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. AUDITOR OENERAI., V THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York co. SURVEYOR RESERAL : WILLIAM K. KEIM, of Berts co. THE PEOPLES COUXTY TICKET. assemrIjT : IUCIIARD J. PROUDFOOT, of Chest. rROTIIOXOTARY . HOWARD J. ROBKRTS, of Johnstown. TREASURER : DAVID J. JONES, of Ebensburg. IHSTRICT ATTORNEY : JOS. II. CAMPBELL, of Ebensburg. commissioner: JJSOSJ?. X'MULLEX, of Allegheny. lTn.lt HOUSE DIRECTOR : JOSEPH S. STRAYER, of Richland. - " AUDITORS ! PETER KAYLOR, Jr., of Munstcr. 3 y. K. F. LYTLE, of Summcrhill, 2 y. SURVEYOR : EDWIN A. YICKROY, of Yodcr. CORONER : JAMES PURSE, of ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 September 1859

Eo Alio gliciTLlari. LlK?ITn:::cr.:::S KPT EMBER! I . LOCAL AND PERSONAL ffEi.vxcnoT.Y Death. One of those Ion and distressing deaths which Ltimcs startle a community, occurred Vir village on last Saturday evening- particulars as well as wc have Dcen to clean them, arc as follows : Wni. iains, a fanner residing about a mile a half north of E'oensburg, came to h, and procuring a bottle of whiskey, Vine intoxicated. "Whilst in this con In, he repaired to the hotel of Mr. bi A. Blair, when an altercation cn- between him and one of Mr. Blair's .lers, in which "Williams used some insulting language, and among other l;s called his adversary a cripple. iaius had scarcely uttered the word he was struck at and his hat knocked lie then sat down for a few minutes, presently arising to get ins n:u, 11 1 1 Ti - 1 i" tl ereu uactwaras some instance anu ieii violently on the back of his head some stones that were lying loose in he by-standers discovering that he injured, carried him into a stable ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 September 1859

FOR THE FARMER. IScneAtg oriirouglit n f lie Soil. A drought acts upon the nurture in the earth as follows: During dry weather, a continual evaporation takes place from the surface soil, ulwve that supplied by ram and dew, which creates a vacuum (so lar as the water in the surface soil is con cerned,) that is at once filled by water ari sing from the subsoil extending deeper and deeper as the drought continues and the moisture is exhaled a circulation of water in the earth the reverse of that which takes place in wet weather. This progress to the surface of the water ia the earth, manifests itself strikingly iu the dryi.ig up f springs and wells, and streams which are supported by springs. i-oc only is water thrs brought to the surface of the earth, but also all that the water holds in solution. There rrc salts of lime and magnesia, of potash and soda, or indeed whatever the subsoil or top strata of the earth may contain. The water on reaeliii-g the surface is evaporated, but leaves...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 September 1859

A A fa niffi (ft 'I I It 1 1 II Ml II V l W OLSIXGER & IILTCIIIXSOV, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. II en by Clat. PUBLISH ERF, VOL. 1. the alli:(;iiami T7"ILL be published every Thursday, at II the following rates, viz : .rer annum, (payable in advance) 1.50 If not paid within the first six months, 1.75 If not paid until the expiration of year, 2.00 A failure to notify a discontinuance at the V iir.it ion of the term subscribed for will be tmsidered a new engagement. terms of advertising: 1 insertion. 2 do. 3 do. Isquare, (12 lines,) $ 50 75 $1.00 squares, (24 lines.) 1.00 1.50 2.00 J squares, (36 lines,) 1.50 2.00 3,00 .-. Over three weeks and less than three months, X 25 cents per square for each insertion. 3 months. 6 do. 12 do. $1.50 $3.00 $5.00 v; lines or less, Square, (12 lines.) iquares, (24 lines,) -r Squares. (3G lines.) . ' fit' a column, 2.50 4.50 9.00 4.00 7.00 12.00 6.00 9.00 14.00 10.00 12.00 20.00 15.00 22.00 35.00 . ' me column, J. flministratc v lofes...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 September 1859

tr mi if MA IJOLSIXGER & IIUTC1IIXSOX, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGIIT Til AX PRESIDENT. II en by Clat. PCULISI1ERC, A1 70L. 1. Till: ALLGGIIAMW IT7'ILL be published ever- Thursday, at the following rates, viz : At annum, (payable in advance) Si. 50 If not paid within the first six months, 1.75 If not paid until the expiration of year, 2.00 A failure to notify a discontinuance at the npir.ition of the term subscribed for will be considered a new engagement. terms or auveutksixg: 1 insertion. 2 do. 3 do. 1 sou-ire. (lilines.l S 50 S 75 Si nn 2 squares, (24 lines.) 1.00 1.50 2.00 3 Miiuires, i'Mj lines.) . 1.50 2.00 3 00 Over throe weeks and less than three months . r i. - y ;j cents pir square ior eiicn insertion. 3 months. 6 do. 12 do. 8 lines or less, 1 square, ( 1 2 lines.) 2 squares, (24 lines,) 3 squares. (3t lines.) Haifa column, $1.50 $3.00 $5.00 2.50 4.50 9.00 4.00 7.00 12.00 6.00 9.00 14.00 10.00 12.00 20.00 15.00 97 OA - nn Wue column, Administrator s and Executor's Notices, 1...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 September 1859

JLI V 4 'i v W VV. . V right or wroxc. WHEN RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WHEN WRONG, TO BE PUT RIGHT. EllEXSHURC;. THURSDAY::::::::::::::::SEPTEMBEK8. "In order to form a more perfect union, es tablish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity," we hoist the flag of the People's Party. THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL , THOMAS E. COCIIKAN, of York co. SURVEYOR GENERAL : WILLIAM K. KEIM, of Berks co. SENATOR. ' LEWIS W. II ALL, of Blair county. THE PEOPLES CO UNTY TICKET. ASSEMBLY RICHARD J. PKOUDFOOT, of Chest. PROTHONOTARY : HOWARD J. ROBERTS, of Johnstown. TREASURER : DAVID J. JONES, of Ebensburg. DISTRICT ATTORNEY ! JOS. H. CAMPBELL, of Ebensburg. COMMISSIONER : ENOS C. M'MULLEN, of Allegheny. POOR HOUSE DIRECTOR : JOSEPH S. STRAYER, of Richland. AUDITORS t PETER KTAYLOR, Jr., of Munster, 3 y. E. F. LYTLE, of Sununerhill, 2 y. SURVEYOR : EDWLN A. VICKR...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 September 1859

TXio Alio slixxio,. - righY or wroxg. WHKN RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WHIK WRONG, TO BE PUT RIGHT. uiiosituitc;. THUltSDAY::::::::::::::::SEPTEMI3EK 8. 'In order to form a more perfect union, es tablish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity," we hoist the flag of the People's Party. THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL, THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York co. SURVEYOR GENERAL : WILLIAM K. KEIM, of Berks co. SENATOR. ' LEWIS W. HALL, of Blair county. THE PEOPLE'S CO UXT1' TICKET. assembly: RICHARD J. PHOUDFOOT, of Chest. frotiionotary : HOWARD J. ROBERTS, of Johnstown. TREASURER : DAVID J. JONES, of Ebensburg. DISTRICT ATTORNEY : JOS. H. CAMPBELL, of Ebensburg. commissioner: " ENOS C. M'MULLEX, of Allegheny. POOR HOUSE DIRECTOR : JOSEPH S. STRAYER, of Richland. AUDITORS PETER KAYLOR, Jr., of Munster, 3 y. f V T VTf V C 2 I. Ml o aj. x' . jji xuii, ui ouumieriiiii...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 September 1859

frH II llSDAY::::::::::::""SErTKxM13Elt 8. Lo cm md personal V clin the fallowing from the xU Hunk-, published at Council Bluffs, Lwa. Mr. Rider, the gentleman who so uccessfullj frustrated the designs ot a ..1.1 nn,l daring thief, was tormeny a res- iJcntof Wilmore, and engaged in the nrm If Messrs. W. H. Gardner & Co. It will uuiv - - ...... .ive his friends in that locality pleasure o learn that he came out first best in the ucouiiter. Ed. Alleghanian. J V Bold Thief. On last Thursday 'inornintr, at about the hour of 3 o'clock, Ian unhung villain, made a forcible entry jinto the Law and Real Estate office of Street it Rider, with the intention of " seeking what he uiisht devour," Dut was most ior- unately frustrated. It appears that at the a,r named. Mr. Rider, who was lecpin"- iu the back room of the office heard ather a strange anu unawuuuwuic .-!.;,., a.w.111011' tn proceed from the front all valuables are kept, and in nrmn.r over in bed. the noise ceased, but Voon to comm...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 September 1859

i cxSElTEMliER 8 LOCAL JWO PERSONAL 5 We clip the following from the V'ttkly Bugle, published at Council Bluffs, luwa. Mr- BiJcr, the gentleman who so successfully frustrated the designs of a boU an J ilari ng thief, was formerly a res iJent of Wilmore, and engaged in the firm of .Messrs. "V. II. Gardner & Co. It will cive li'w friends in that locality pleasure to learn that he came out first best in the encounter. Ed. AUeghanian. A Hold Thief. On last Thursday morning, at about the hour of 3 o'clock, n uuhun" villain, made a forcible entry into the Law and Ileal Estate office of Street llider, with the intention of " seeking what he unsht devour, but was most tor tunately frustrated. It appears that at the hour atore named, mt. maer, wno was eleepinsr iu the back room of the office heard rather stramre and unaccountable noise, which seemed to proceed from the front room, where all valuables are kept, and in turning over in bed, the noise ceased, but soon to commence, whereupon ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 September 1859

FOR THE FARMER' UcneAts or Ili-ought on u,e StJlU A drought acts upon the moisture in the earth as follow: During dry weather, a continual evaporation takes place from tno surface soil, above that supplied by rain and dew, which creates a vacuum (so lar as the water in the surface soil is con cerned,) that is at once filled by water ari sing from the subsoil extending deeper and deeper as the drought continues and the moisture is exhaled a circulation of water in the earth the reverse of that which takes place in wet weather. This progress to the surface of the watr ?n tl nurtl. mam ufests itself strikingly iu the dryi.i" up of springs and well, and streams which are supported by springs. Not only is water thrs brought to the surface of the earth, but tlso all that the water holds in solution. There rre salts of lime and magnesia, of potash and soda, or indeed whatever the subsoil or top strata of the earth may contain. The water on reaching the surface is evaporated, but leaves beh...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 September 1859

.FORTHE FARMER, Farm and ;artleu. THE COTTAGE DOOR. How sweet the rest that labor yields The humble and the poor, "Where sits the patriarch of the fields IScfore his cottage door! The Urk is sinking iu the sky, The swallows on the eaves, And love is beaming in each eye Beneath the t&mmcr leaves 1 The air amid his fragrant bowers Supplies unpurchased health, And hearts are bounding 'mid the flowers, More dear to him than wealth. Peace, like the blessed sunlight, plsys Around his humble cot, Aud happy nights and cheerful days Divide his lowly lot. And w hen the village Sabbath bell Kings out upon the gale, The father bows his head to tell The music of its tale A fresher verdure seems to fill The fair and dewey sod, And every infant tongue is still To hear the word of God. Oh, happy hearts ! to Him who stills The ravens when they cry, And makes the li'Jy "neath the hills So glorious to the eye The trusting patriarch prays to bless Ills labors with increase ; Such ways are "ways of ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 September 1859

i 4- ! BOLSIEU & IITTCIIIXSOX, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGIIT THAN PRESIDENT. IIexry Clay. PUBLISHERS. VOL. 1. TIIK Al.l.IlIiI t. 1TJ"ILL be published every Thursday, at y the following rates, viz : per annum, (payable in advance) $1.50 It' not paid w ithin the first six months, 1.73 If not paid until the expiration of year, 2.00 A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of the term subscribed for will be c jusMtrrcd a new engagement. TUUMS OF AUVKUTISISO: I iusej-tiou. 2 do. 3 do. 1 square, (1 2 lines,) $ 0 $ 75 $1.00 squares, (24 lines.) 1.00 1.50 2.00 a squares. ('J'J lines.) 1.50 2.00 3,00 Over three weeks andlcssthanthree months, i5 cenL-i per square for each insertion. J months. C do. 12 do. 3 linos or less, ; rtiiire, ( 12 lines,) $1.50 $3.00 $5.00 2.50 4.50 9.00 4.00 7.00 12.00 COO 9.00 14.00 10.00 12.00 20.00 15.00 22.00 33.00 2 square.-), ( 24 lines, 14 lines,) 50 lines,) s imrcs, (3 Half a column, One column. A'Iministrator'd and Executor's Notices, 1.75 Profes...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 September 1859

iliGitT or ivitoc;. WHEN RIGHT, TO BR KEPT RIGHT, WHEN WllONU, TO Bli Fl'T RIU1IT. TIIUHSDAY::::::::::::::SE1TEMBER 15. "In order to form a more perfect union, es tablish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity," we hoUt the flag of the People's Party. THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. AtJDITOR GENERAL , THOMAS E. COCHUAN, of York co. SURVEYOR GENERAL : WILLIAM K. KEIM, of Berks co. SENATOR. LOUIS W. HALL, of Blair county. THE PEOPLE'S CO UNTY TICKET. RICHARD J. PROUDFOOT, of Chest. PROTnONOTABY : HOWARD J. ROBERTS, of Johnstown. TREASURER : DAVID J. JONES, of Ebensburg. DfSTRICT ATTORNEY : JOS. n. CAMPBELL, of Ebensburg. commissioner: ENOS C. M'MULLEN, of Allegheny. POOR. HOUSE DIRECTOR : JOSEPH S. STRAYER, of Richland. AUDITORS : PETER KAYLOR, Jr., of Munstcr, 3 y. E. F. LYTLE, of Summerhill, 2 y. SURVEYOR : KDWIN A. VICKltOY, of Yodcr. coroner: JAMES PURSE, of Jo...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 September 1859

i. lTjL;liSDAr::::::::::::::SP:rTKMBER 15. LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1-frr.REsTlNrt Legal CASE.-During the i. ..t of (jnrt thr" was a fap nnvcni "ieJ which excited more than ordinary atiTOst. The question which it involved vis one w xin"-' j ... . nvii affected in its uetcrmina- p'. hi1' J1'" Von. p? cs us pleasure, therefore, to y the whole matter before our readers. s0U1ctiiue during the year 185G, 'Miss ;na Kiuiincll, a young and virtuous Jv, residing at Johnstown, in this coun r.'was seduced by a young man named Theodore Barnett, under a promise of uarriaire. The young man failing to make Mod his promise, and Miss Kimmell be- unler twenty-one years of age, bIic " , . .v - l : . ;pj j.uiiish the offender by a criminal . ii. i prosecution. -ccoraingiy sne nume m- niwtioii against Harnett, and after the ,'2al formula incident to such proceedings id been gone through with, he was bro't n to answer an indictment for Seduction. U the March Term, when the in dictment was about to come up for ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 September 1859

TV FOR THE FARMER tiic rio. God speed the plowshare! tell me not Disgrace attends the toil Of those who plow the dark-green sod, Or till the. fruitful soil. Why should the honest plowman shrink From mingling- in the van Of learning and of wisdom, since 'Tis mind that makes the man, God speed the plowshare, and the hands That till the fruitful earth ! For there is in this world so wide AY gem like honcut worth. And though the hands are dark with toil, And flushed the manly brow, It matters not, for God will bless ..The labors of the plow. SCLCTIO Or A FAR3I. "What i a farm?" Consult "Web ster's Unabridged j" that -will tell us. "A portion or tract of laud consisting usually of pasture, meadow, til lage, and woodlaud, oultivated by one man, and usually owned by him in fee." A farm, then, is the home of the owner. Its management b the bugutess of the owner. What more can a man desire? A home, pleasant and comfortable, a business healthful and remunerative ; as much or more so than any ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 September 1859

JUL nOLSIVGCR & IIUTC1IIXSOX, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hexuv Clay. YOL. 1. TUB: ILLCIIIMA TYJILL be published every Thursday, at the following rates, viz : IVr annum, (payable iu advance) $l.DO It' not paid within the first six months, 1.75 If not paid until the expiration of year, 2.00 A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of the term subscribed for will be CkiuiiJcreJ a new engagement. TLKM3 OF AUVEKTISIXG : 1 insertion. 2 do. 1 j.pjare, (12 lines.') $ 50 75 3 squares, (24 lines.) 1.00 1.50 3 n.iuircs. i'.iij lines. 1.50 9 firt 3 do. $1.00 2.00 3.00 Over three weeks and less than three months, 2 a ceuts per square iur cacu insertion o montns. u uo. 12 do. $5.00 9.00 12.00 14.00 20.00 8 lines or less. !?1.50 $3.00 1 square, (12 lines.) 3 squares, (24 lines,) 3 squares, (AO lines,) H!f a column, 2.50 4.00 C.00 10.00 15.00 4.50 7.00 9.00 12.00 Cue column. 22.00 35.00 Administrators and Executor's Notices, 1 Professional or Business Cards, not ex 75...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 September 1859

II II J I J I !l Tlio Alloslianlan. IllUIIT OR WRO.G. WHEX RIGHT, TO BK KEPT RIGHT, WHEN WCO.SU, TO BE ITT RIGHT. THURSDAY: :SElTEMJiEll 22. 'In order to form a more perfect union, es tablish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of nucriy 10 ourscives ana our posterity, ' we hoist the flag of the People's Party. THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GKNKKAL, THOMAS K. COCHRAN, of York co. SURVEYOR GENERAL : "WILLIAM K. KEIM, of Berks co. SENATOR. LOUIS AV. HALL, of Blair county. THE PEOPLE'S CO L'XTV TICKET. ASSEMBLY : RICHARD J. PROUDFOOT, of Chest. rnoTiioNoTAUY : HOWARD J. ROBERTS, of Johnstown. TREASURER : DAVID J. JONES, of Ebensburg. DISTRICT ATTORNEY : JOS. II. CAMPBELL, of Ebcnslmrg. commissioner : ENOS C M'MULLEX, of Allegheny. POOR HOUSE DIRECTOR : JOSEPH S. STRAYER, of Richland. AUDITORS : PETER KAYLOR, Jr., of .Minister, 3 v. E. F. LYTLE, of Summcrhill, 2 y. SURVEYOR : EDWIN A. YICKROY, o...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 September 1859

Wyxo iUioguaxuaii. JDAY::::::::::::::SEPTE3IBER22. LOCAL AND PERSONAL pm'L Table. Through the kiud- 0f Juuios S. Clark, Esq., the gentle- anly ticket agent at Cresson, we have ..i -.i .11 i .i en furnished witn a tauie Knowing the Jerent stations ou the line of the lenn lvania Kail Road, both East and West ; "n'tthcr with the distances, and the rates 'fare charged at Cresson for passage to idi station. As the table will be inter tinz, as matter of reference, to the trav ;;aj public, we give it a place ia our iiuaius. From Crcsson East S io 30 70 05 03 45 C5 70 75 lyrone oj h- Hirminshara '' k- St.nu-e Creek 1,10 ;:ition3 i (lalit.in Kit.'. Point Hollidaysburg Puneunsville Eldorado AltOOIlA IWIU Mills FostorU Tipton Tyrone 1 Birmingham Spruce Creek Uiirree Petersburg Huntingdon I Maph-ton I ' Mt. Union 1 Niwtonhauiiltoa I f- Mamiyunk .u eyiow u Andersons ! 1- I.cwiatowa lj- Mi:i!in ;; IV-rrysvillo Mexico T H'ltHon.stown !. NVwjIDft 11 liity s A'i'ii-lsiet I'uiK-.nuiua t'ove I'.Kkvill...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 September 1859

AGRICULTURAL ICat-n Hiillding. "We often sec in some papers, cuts and drawings for buildings. These usually re commend almost anything rather than econ omy. Quirks and crooks are represented a ornamental iu the roof's as well as in the walks. These crooked ways are quite costly in farm buildings, and particularly in the con struction of roofs. The first consideration iu building a large barn is to see that it fdiall turn off all the water that falls on the roof. If the barn fails in this, it is no better than a stack yard, where the larger part of the hay may be well secured with out a barn. The roof should be formed in the plain est manner. Lot there be no hip joints or triangular spaces to be covered with boards and shingles, lor the boards and shingles all come in right angle form ; and if you make hipped roofs or anything in that form, you must cut up your lumber to conform, & you waste a large portion of it. K oofs in particular, should be square or oblong, for modern shing...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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