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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 January 1865

A. A. B.1BKER, Editor and Proprietor, j. TODD utrrcilIXSOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. VOLUME 6. uu:cTOitr. LIST OF POST OFFICES. Post Ojjices. Post Masters. Districts. Ciirolltown, Joseph Belie, Carroll. ijUess Springs, Henry Nutter, Chest. Coneinau.jh, A. G. Crooks, Taylor, o'lesson, J. Houston, Washint'n. libensburjr. John Thompson, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, Aia II. Fiske White. ;allitzin, J.M.Christy, Gallitzin. Hemlock, Wra Tiley, Jr., Washt'n. Johnstown, I. E. Chandler, Johnst'wn. Loretto, M. Adlesberger, Loretto. Munster, A. Durbin, Munster. Phittsville, Andrew J Fermi, Susq'han. Roseland, G. W. Bowman, White, .t. Augustine, Stan. Wharton, Clearfield. calp Level, George Uerkey, Richland. Sonuian, B. M'Colgan, . Washt'n. Summerhill, B. F. Slick, Croyle. Summit, Wm. M'Connell, Washt'n. Wilmore, J- K. Shryock, S'merhill. CHURCZSES, IU3X&STEX1S, rresh'jterian Ret. D. Harbison, Fastor. reaching every Sabbath morning at 10 3'clock, and in the...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 January 1865

llxo .llosliaiiinn. I MlN IIIGY OR TJ'IlOrVK. WlltS BIGHT, TO I5K KKPT RIGHT, WIIIK WHOSO, TO BE PUT RIGHT. Encxsni'R : THURSDAY:::::::::::::::::JANUARY 2G. Victory Again ! It was generally believed by the unini tiated that Butler's faico before Wilming ton vrculd put an end to active operatious iu that quarter, at least for the winter. Although there was no warrant for such conclusion, this was the almost universal belief. So that, on Wednesday last, when the telegraph flashed the intelligence throughout the land that Fort Fisher, the key to Wilmington, had fallen into our hands, it was received with shouts of re joicing not unmixed with surprise. The tecret of this movement, which was plan ned by Lieut. Gen. Grant immediately subsequent to Butler's refusal to "move against the enemy's works," was well kept. Indeed, little or nothing was pub licly known of the expedition until the fleet composing it had actually appeared off Wilmington harbor, when rebel news papers brought us the ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 January 1865

rnuRSDAYx ::::JANUARY 26. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Eben'sburq and Cresson Railroad. 0n and after Monday, October 31, 1864, ins on this road will run as follows : Leave Ebensburg At 6.00 A. SI., connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. West and Fast Mail East. At 5.25 P. M., connecting with Pitts, k E. Ex. East and Mail Train West. Leave Cresson At 11.27 A. M., or on departure of Harr. Accommodation East. At 8.40 P. M., or on departure o' Mail Train West. U. 3. District Court Case op Rev. Ma. Lvncii. We copy from tbe Pitts burg Commercial of Friday last : This Court was occupied during Wednesday and Thursday in trying the case of Rev. William Lynch, pastor of the South Com mon M. E. Church, Allegheny, who had been indicted for perjury. The following is a brief summary of the case, as elicited daring the trial :-Leander S. Lynch, a minor, son of Rep-. Wm. Lynch, was ac cused before the Mayor of stealing a watch from the jewelry establishment of Messrs. Johnston & Scott, Liberty rL, in August...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 January 1865

f .! i J ! t j'i t i i) ) - Letter from President Lincoln. The following heretofore Unpublii-hed let ter from Mr. Lincoln will be read with interest, particularly by members of the bocity ot Iriends. It wa3 written Lv the President, prior to his re-election, to Mrs. Eliza P. uurncy. the widow ot .the late well known Friend and philanthro pist, Joseph John Guruey, who was pne of the wealthiest bankers or London Mrs. Gurncy is an American ladv, and since her husband's death has resided ut "Burlington, N. J. : " Jy 'Esteemed Friend: I havo not for- cotten. probably never shall forget, the very impressive occasion when yourself and friends viited me on a Sabbath fore noon two year3 ago. Nor had your kin J letter, written nearly a year later, ever been forgotten. In all, it has been your purpose to strengthen my reliance in God. I am much indebted to the good Christian people of the country for their constant prayers and consolations, and to no one of them more than to yourself. The purp...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 February 1865

i. 4. H4RKER, Editor and Proprietor. j.TODD IIUTCIIINSOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Ciat. TERMS:- St JL. F t 'Vi" 'SRMS: VOLUME 6. jIRECTORY. LIST OF POST OFFICES. Tost Offices. rost Masters. Districts. Carolltown, Joseph Behe, Carroll. Chess Springe, Henry Nutter, Chest. Couemaugh, A. G. Crook3, Taylor. Creon, J- Houston, "Washint'n. Ebensburg. John Thompson, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, Asa II. Fisko White. GalUtzin, J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Hemlock, Wra Tilcy, Jr., Washt'n. Johnstown, I. E. Chandler, Johnst'wn. Loretto, M. Adlesberger, Loretto. lluaster, A. Durbin, Munster. jpLutsville, Andrew J Ferral, Susq'han. E'oelanJ, G. W. Bowman, White. t Augustine, Stan. Wharton, Clearfield. SMn Level, George Berkey, Richland.' sman, B. M'Oolgan, Washt'n. ijKimeruill, B. F. Slick, Croyle. ' j aiait Wm. M'Connell, Washt'n. Yi!more, J- Shryock, S'merhill. CEirnCI2ES, 3IIXISTER3, iC. rres'iterian Rev. D. IIaebIsox, Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath morning rt 10J o...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 February 1865

UIGJIT OR lVBOSC, 2t RIGHT, TO BE KEPI RIGHT, N WE01IO, TO BE PL'T UIOIIT. W H E w n e KSH3SSBS?U: T!lURSDAY::::::::::::::::FKBItU aRY 2. Tlio Peace Qucatloa. Hon. Francis P. Uiair, sr., has rc.urDcd from liia pelf-appointed peace minion to ltichmontl, and the result ot his labors may bo summed up in few words. He has succeeded in accomplishing absolutely uothiog. Jefferson Davis assured Li.n lliat no peace was attainable except upon tho basis of the recognition of the Con federacy, which is an ultimatum our gov ernment can never consent to. Ve em barked in this war with the deliberate purpose and determination of preserving the Union inviolate, and to even suggest any other possible consummation than this, particularly at the present time, when the rebellion U acknowledgedly on its last legs, were to insult the patriotism and in telligence of the American people. The tvar must go on Jefferson Davis bath decreed it. It is to be hoped, says tho Fittsburg Commercial, that, whoever wer...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 February 1865

-Xl0SliCtXl.iCtX3L. j S UPPLEMEN TA H Y DRAFT THURSDAY:::::::::::::::::FEBRUARY 2 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ebensburq and Cresson Railroad On and after Monday, October 31, 1864 tr&ina on this road will run as follows : Leave Ebensburq - At 6.00 A. M., connecting with Pitts. & E Ex. West and Fast Mail East. At 5.25 P. M.. connecting with Pitts. & E Ex. East and ilail Train West. Leave Cresson At 11.27 A. M., or on departure of Karr Accommodation last. At 8.40 P. M., or on departure el Mai Train West. Our Common Schools. Through the kindness of Hon. C. L. Pershing, repre sentative to the State Legislature from Cambria county, we have received a copy of the report of the Superintendent of Common Schools of Penb.ivania for the vear ending June 1, 18G4. From it we learn that the whole number of schools in the State, not including the city and coun ty of Philadelphia, is 12,5GG, an increase on the preceding year of 405. The whole attendance of pupils is 037,785, an in crease of 3,286...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 February 1865

' "' ""'"' -" ' - ... . .. ' l . . , , . s - i Ki,The new three-cent currency notes, which have jut mado their appearance, are "handsome as a picture." They are tastefully engraved, and a decided im provemeutin design on their predecessors. On the face, in the centre, is a beautiful Fteel en"ravinC ot General Washington, under the words "Three Cents." In the upper corner U the figure "3," under "E riuribu3 Unum." Iu the lower corner, back of flowers, are the following words on the face : Act of March 3d, 18G3. United States. . Receivable for all U. S. Stamps. . Three Cr.XTS. Furnished only l.y the Assistant Treasurers nnd Designated Depositaries of the L nited Statc3. Treasury Department. On the reverse, in a field of green, 13 the figure "3," under "III" in ner. each cor- ESTA handsome young gal was sot up with one night by a noble specimen of the true American, with scissors in his vest pocket meaning a dry goods clerk. Tlic young gal's mother, hearing euthin pop, rose from her co...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 February 1865

p PI , Mm 1 f 1. A. BARKER, Urtitor and Proprietor. J.TODI) U1TTCIEXXSOX, Publisher.. I WOULD BATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hesey Clat. .50 IS ADVANCE, VOLUME 0. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, "186.5. NUMBER 18, JLIST OF POST OFF rost Ojjices. Post Masters. bteven L. ivans, Carolltown, Chess Springs, Conemaugh, Cresson, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, Gallitzin, Hemlock, Johnstown, Lorttto, Jiunster, Phutsville, Roseland, tit. Augustine, Scalp Level, Somnan, Summcrbill, Summit, Wilraore, Henry Nutter, A. G. Crooks, J. Houston, Jobn Thompson, A sa U. Fiske J. M. Christy, Win Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesbcrger, A. Durbin, Andrew J Ferral G. W. Bowman, Stan. Wharton, George Berkey, -B. M'Colgan, B. F. Slick, Wm. M'Connell, J. K. Shryock, ICES. JJistricts. Carroll. Chest. Taylor. Washint'n. Ebensburg. White. Gallitzin. Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Munster. ,. Susrjhan. White. Clearfield. Richland. Washt'n. Crovle. Washt'n. S'merhill. CKmCMES, MIXESTER5, O. Presbyterian Ret. D...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 February 1865

UIGIIT OR WROXS. THII RIOHT, TO BK KEPT 11IQHT, WHEN WBONG, TO BE PCT RIOHT. EnEXSBUIt: THURSDAY::::::::::::::::FEimU AR Y 9 Abolishment of Slavery. Slavery relic of the darker ages bane of our National existence tbo prolific source whence- have emanated the untold evils now afflicting us as a people Slavery is no more ! It was killed in the House of Representatives on Tuesday of last week, 31st ultimo, by the docisivo vote of "119 to 56, and it ouly remains to the States in their sovereign capacity to bury the loathsome carcase fathoms deep out of sight, and we will be troubled by it or its ghost no more forever. "We give on to day's outside the Associated Press account of the deliberations of the House on the subject, together with the yeas and nays, to which we refer the reader. It will be remembered this Amendment was introduced and passed in the Senate on the Sth April Ixst, by the vote of 38 to C. It came betoro the House Juue 15th, following, where, after much debate, it was ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 February 1865

u r THURSDAY:::::::::::::::::FEBRUARY 9. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad. ! Oa and after Monday, October 31, 1864, trains on this road will run as follows: Leave Ebensburg At 6.00 A. Ji., connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. "West and Fast Mail East. At 5.25 P. M., connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. East and Mail Train West. Leave Cresson At 11.27 A. M., or on departure of Harr. Accommodation East. At 8.40 P. M., or on departure o Mail Train West. Receipts and Expenditures. The statement of receipts and expenditures of Cambria county for the year ending Jan. 26, 18G5, has been published. From it we gather the following information as re gards the status of the county in a finan cial point of view : Isaac Wike, Treasurer, in account with Cam bria county : To amount tax, exonerations, com mission, &c $36,249 82 Br amt paid out, commission, ex oneration, &c 32,699 87 Bal. in hands of Treasurer....... 3,549 The assets of the county are Outstanding debts due fr...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 February 1865

- s 11 - : "i r i An I n t f.r esti n f Incident. The fol lowing incident is related by tlic Washing ton correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial : While a number of geut!e inca were discussing the merits and demerits of Mr. Lincoln pnncipally the latter, though at a dinner table; ike oth-r day, one of thera spoke about as follows, in reply to some pretty severe reflections on Ilis'Escellency : '-(Jectlomen, you may tnlk as you plcaie about old Abe' capaci ty; 1 don't believe him t be, the ablest statesman in America by any means, and I voted against him on boih occasions "of liia candidacy. Eut I happened to ?e?,or rather to hear, Eometbinjr the other day that convinced me that, however deficient the old man may be in the head, he is all right in the heart. I vr as up at the White House, having called to see the i 'resident on business. I wus shown into the cilice of his private secretary, and told that 31 r. Lincoln was busy jut then, but yrouM bs disengaged in a short time. Whi...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 February 1865

B2 I IC Up i (ffll ill (P, I I VpJP pi pb pw A. A. R 4 1: licit. Editor ami Proprietor. J. TODD IIUTCIIIKSOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE P.IGET THAN PRESIDENT. Henbt Clat. terms -3-00 PE1 IDVAXCE. VOLUME 6. jQIRECTORY. list of rosx offices! Post OJices. Carolltown, Chess Springs, Conemaugb, Cresson, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, aHitzin, Hemlock, John3town, Loretto, ilunster, Plattsville, Roseland, IS t- Augustine, Scalp Level, Sonman, Summerhill, Summit, Wilniore, Post Masters. JJistricts. Steven L. Evans; Carroll. Henry Nutter,. Chest. A. G. Crooks, Taylor. J. Ilouston, Washint'n. John Thompson, Ebensburg A sa II. Fisko White. Gallitzin. "Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Munster. J. M. Christy, Wm Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesberger, A. Durbin, Andrew J Ferral, Susq'han G. W.- Bowman, White. Stan. Wharton, George Bcrkcy, B. M'Colgan, George B. Wike, Wm. .M'Connell, J. K. Shryock, Clearfield. Richland. Washt'n. Croyle Washt'n. S'merhill. CSIURCfiSES, Presbyterian Rev. D. Uarbisox,...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 February 1865

UXXO 12.0 &23.Ck XtXXlm .,,. --.- .... -v..; -j "err-: ' r 1 f ) ; i .- ci ; g hit o 21 v noiva. WHEN RIUHT, TO BE KEPT !tlflUT, t;iK. ffBOSO, TO BE PCT RIGHT. THURSDAY::::::::::::::!- KUKU .KY 1G. Ak u copperhead what males pvicc3 so high, and ho will generally give, a eweepiDg answer that it is "Lincoln's war." Ask a loyal man the same question, and ho will tell you it is the gold gamblers and speculators. Men very often answer financial questions without going through the formula ot tracing causes to effect;. In common parlance, they jump at conclu sions, which are apt to be erroneous aa frenuenilv a3 thev arc correct. It ia well understood the gold i - - - . Of New York arc a pack of despicablo traitors, who since the commencement of the war have had hut two objects iu view, namely, to embarrass the Government in every possible manner, and io fill their own pockets. Eut their power for evil is a limited one Let us inquire what hr,3 enabled Wall Street to run up the rates cf ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 February 1865

THURSDAY ::::::::::::::FEBRUARY"i6! LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ebexsburq and Cresson Railroad. On and after Monday, October 31, 1864, train3 on this road will run 3 follows : Leave Ebexsburo At 6.00 A. XI., connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. West ami Fast Mail East. At 5.23 P. M., connecting with Pitt3. & E. Ex. East aud Mail Train West. Leave Cbesson . At 11.27 A. XL, or on departure of narr. Accommodation East. At 8.40 P. XL, or on departure ol Mail Train West. - ' Dampiiools and Railroads. The question above all other questions that used to agitate the public mind was, "Have we a Rourbon amoDgu3?" Latterly, this has given vsay to another inquiry, of like magnitude and importance "Have we a Dampliool among us?" The "us" in the latter instance of course has especial ref erence to Ebensburg and the people there unto appertaining. "We think we have a Damphool among i2&; and, not to be tedious about it, we of fer as the grounds whereon we base this belief a "squib" which appeared in...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 February 1865

If 4 it; J .. -V r 'I' i v IIow John Jacob Astor Became Rich. A writer in lla-por's Magazine, speaking of the late John Jacob Astor, thus Epcak9 of the manner ia which he acquired his great wealth : "It was neither furs nor teas that gave him $20,000,000. "When ho arrived in New York, it contained only 25,000 in habitants. In 1800, when he began to have money to invest, the city had Degun to double in population, and had advanced nearly a mile up the island; Astor lore- L fc saw its future growth, rr.a i uou-'iit all tne lands and lots just beyond the verge of the citv that he could ee. One little nnecdote will show the wisdom of this proceeding. lie sold a lot in thd vicinity of Wall street, in IS 10, for $8,000, which was supposed to be somewhat under its value. The purchaser, after the papers were signed, seemed disposed to chuckle over his bargain. Whv, Mr. Aster said he, 'this lot will be worth 12,000.' 'Very true replied Astor, 'but now you i-hall see what 1 will do with this ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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