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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 July 1860

RIGHT OR WROXC. wnEJt right, to be kept riciit, WEEN TTROXO, TO BE PUT EIGHT. i:itcsr.iiu;. THURSDAY:: ::JULY 10. People's Iai ly Aouiinations. TOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, ium,. FOR VICL-PRESIDEXT : HANNIBAL HAMLIN, m- People's Electoral Ticket. 1, Edw. C. Knight. 3. Robert P. King. 3. Henry Dumm. 4. Robert M. Foust. a. Nathan Hills. 6. John M. Broomal. 7. James W. Fuller. 8. Levi B. Smith. 9. Fran. W. Christ. 10. David Mumma,Jr. 11. David Taggart. 12. Thomas It. Hull. 13. F. R. Penniman. 14. Ulysses Mcrcur. 15. George Dressier. 1G. A. B. Sharpe. 17. Daniel O. Gelir. 18. Samuel Calvin. '.9. Edgar Cowan. 20- Win. M'Kennan. 21 22 23 24 J. M. Kirkpatrick. James Kerr. Rich. P. Roberts. Henry Souther. John Grier. ELECTORS AT LARGE. Jamei Pollock. Thomas M flowe. FOR GOVERNOR : ANDREW G.Cl'RTIX, of Centre Co. State Central Committee. A.LEX. K. M'Clcre, Ch'm., Franklin county; Henry L. Benner, Joseph Harrison, Charles M. Neal, H. R. Coggshell, William li. .Mann. Charles Thompson Jones...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 July 1860

t DAY::::::::":::""":"""JULY 19. LOCAL AND PERSONAL ygESUOMSTRicAL Observations. LnareJ weekly, by Dr. 11. S. Bonn. r0R WEEK ENDING JULY 1G. twit ( 13. I ! . j 15. 1(5. 7 A. M. 12 M. C P. M. av"gf Cj 80 82 73 72 C3 50 CI 00 Cd CX 50 43 CO C4 50 TO T3 CS CO "0 71 CO C2 81 77 73 at: L -c temperature for the week, C7! ; Local ETCHlxr.s. We, in company -jjj a brace of choice companions, took a i T.unJ-u-li:tlf's filling excursion to Chest I t-etk during last week. "We don't desire i . i,rr V.iit if anv person around these t 6 "ins imagines that he can scare up five d ica of handsomer "speckled beauties" Vin ffe siueceded in taking wc are of the ( iuioa that he hud better try it on at t j-e.aii'lfce convinced of his mistaken ideas C", the sn'.iect for thething can't be did. ' Piiriii'.' our thort sojourn, wo stopped I :rh that prince of bonifacos, Ax 'or, of f O'cn Couuei House. Travelers pas . I'r; that way who may desire to be sup i j'.lel with good feed, g.otl beds, and good ircjaiGio...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 July 1860

JUL JL -"7 r : i - I ' i - i I is 1' i t - 4 I5?-At a late hour last evening, says tie New York Tribune, of a few days since, we were surprised to learu that the celebrated Lola Montez, Countess of'Landa- feldt. lav at the point of death, and was , not expectea to survive me in gnu vn i Saturday morning, she arose iu her usual j health, ut soon complained of giddiness J and, lying down, was at once deprived of j speech and motion, ly a paralytic stroke. ! Sunday and Monday, she was ablo to par- ! tially recognize thos about her, but yes- , terday she reined to have lost all consci- ! ousness, and was pronounced by her med- j ical attendants as beyond hone of life. ; For same tiir.e past, she ha resided at No. j 15 Clinton Place, and durini; her sickness ha.3 been f-iithfally eared for by several j of her intimate friends. ! P B0JFE.SS.l0 HAL CARDS. A HKAHAM KOPELIN, Attorney fjL at Law,Johuslown', Pa. Office on Main street. aug25.185y-tf CD. Ml IKK A V, A TTOKNKY AT LAW, Ebensburg, ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 July 1860

u jfmi i. H. It . H & fa i i II I JIM mm i i I j j. XODO UCTCUISSOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER, BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Heshy Clay. f S2.00 PEH TtU-;isUO IX ADVANCE. y--rv-isriT i fff f.f'K ;c?tor a -v-a fa..i ; rv ) tsii i spi i Mr-si p v iu?. i ax i . S . . . jk to.-. . .-.J o, to ' t r , y . I E' J ik . I I to -. . I v -NJ ; I V I to ' . 1 . fj. I . J 1 ! I r i I .J 1 i e 4 t 1 U ll OL, 1. DIRECTORY. ;i;r. tXPRESSLY FOB "IBS ALLECHAXIAX." list or post orrjcus. of Mjstfrs. Districts. Joseph Graham, Voder. Joseph S Mardis, Dlackliek. Benjamin Winner, C.irr.dl. Danl. Litsinger, Chest. John J. Traxell, Wajhint'u. Mrs. II. M'Oague, EPciisijurg. Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Galliizin. Joseph Gill, Chest. Wm. M'Gough, Washt'n. s .l 3 S p.'lU u Ti:eoer, ieVniei!, .I'll lv. II. A. Rog-s, Wm. Gwmn, K. AVissinger, A. Durbin, Francis Clement, Andrew J. Ferra! (i. W. Bowman, Joseph Mover, George Conrad, 15. M'Colgnn Jo'lllil'wU. I.orot to. Coiito-ni'gh. M mister. Conem'li. Snsq'...

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 July 1860

V SErtfcO JL3.os3XXXi3- v.- it if; i it ox: WEtOXG. WIIIV.KIGUT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, VUE TVBOXO, TO EE PIT lilfSUT. z is 1 set;. TJIURSDAY::::::::::::::::::::::::::J ULY -0. I'eople's Parly ivomlaatioiis. rou puesidest : ft B R A H A m L1HC0LN. HANNIBAL H A ft 1 L 1 N . People's Electoral Tieliet. 1, Edw. C. Knight. 3. Robert P. King. 14. 15. Hi. 17. 18. 20 21. 22. 23. 24. 2j. Ulysses Mercur. George Bresslcr. A. 1!. Sharpe. Daniel O. Gehr. Samuel Calvin. Kiigar Cowan. Win. M'Kennan. J. M. Kirkpatrick. J.iinrs ICerr. Kich. P. Huberts. Henry Souther. John Grier. a. 4. a. 6. Henry Buram. Robert M. Foust. Nathan Hills. John M. Bioomal. James W. Fuller. Levi B. Smith. Fran. W. Christ. Iavid Muuima,Jr. 1 S 9 10 11. David Tacrgart. 12. Tliomas H. Hull. 13. F. U- l'enuiiuan. ELECTOHS A T I.ABUE. Jatuei Pollock. Thomas M. Howe. roK uoTEKSOS : ii. CI IITIX, " CtiKrt Co. State Central Committee. Alex. K. M'Clcue, Ch'm., Franklin county; Henrv L. Beuuer, Joseph Harrison, Charles M. Neal, II. R. C...

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 July 1860

JL t 1 THURSDAY:::::: :JULY 26. LOCAL AMD PERSONAL THESMOM ETHICAL OBSERVATION'S. prepared weekly, by Dr. R. S. Bunu. FOR WEEK ENDING JULY 23. 7 A. M. 12 M. 6 P. M. AV'OB. t5 SO 82 75 7J 68 50 G7 50 CS CI 50 43 66 64 59 56 TO 73 CS 60 76 71 CD Ci SI 77 73 h'7 10. 11. li. 13. 14. .. 15. ..16. Avrago temperature for the week, CT' 1 Locai.ettes According to previous 1 I arrangement, the great solar eclipse came c'l on tlie lth inst., and was a decided i fjece?:!. The weather was clear, and as- j ! tronomer, aruied and clipped with bits i I uf smoked gla.--s, had a fine opportunity i to distinctly observe the remarkable phe- j nomcnou. The Oreensburg Argus, i gatea that a man named Erret, of Ilcmp- ? field township, Westmoreland county, re- centlv died, after a painful and lingering iilnesd. A few days before his death, he couched up a worm of a dark color, which he had swallowed while taking a drink j froia u spring the preceding summer, and which it supposed, caused Ins death. The "M'...

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 July 1860

I. "o J r i The Tallest Man in France. The tallest man in Trance has just expired near Rouen, at the nge of 71, fceing 31 Charles Gruel cl'Indreville of Nesle, Nor mandy, who, founded, and for many yearj carried on, some extensive glassworks at that place. His stature wa3 nearly seven feet six inches Enyil:it, v.ud his body tout in proportion. In early life he en tered the Imperial army as a private sol dier, but soon earned the rank of sub lieutenant. He was predentin the battles of Wagram and Mosey w. At one time he was a prisoner of war. a-.id, h-tvhsg fullou ill, was sent to the hespittti oi' r.uni:;sber:r. This hospital was eicUeJ by the itu-.-iiatis. and 31. Gruel was thrown out i;.to the street, where he passei1. a whole iii2;ht in tiie snow with scarcely any covering. He, however, recovered, and returned to France. His gk. works wcje of such importance that King Louis Phillippe several time.-, waited them. TAM iii a uufac taring- an 1 selling, at t!ie low rate of sit dollars...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 August 1860

" " - uiiuiulll I" J t i ! I II! h J.TODD IICTCIIIXSOX, Publisher. I WOULD HATIIEr. BE RIGHT THAN rr.ESIDENT. Heshy Clay. TERMS: IX AD1ASCE. f !'.': VOL. 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, I860. NO. 50. DIRECTORY. ; tj;?i8H3 EXPBS3SLY FOR "TOE ALLEGUAMA.V. list or l'osx orntTS, I Put Ofce i J;:ia'J Creek, ; CirroUtowu, I Ciess "Springs, ' iialarg. ! Flia Tiaiber, ; kiiitziu. ( UI-a Cuaaell, Jjinitovfa, r L iretto. : !1 .aster, ; ?j:iiiiu. ;?.i::,v:iie, S L-i'.aai. ; .):. AJaitiae, ; S :.; L.;f el, Sjjjiiii, ; S.a-nfrhill, ; S.nt, i'o Matter. District. Joseph Graham, Yoder. Joseph S MardU, Blacklick. Beujuiuiu Winner, Carroll. Haul. Litzinger, Chest. Joha J. Troxell, Was hiut'n. Mrs. II. M Ci-n.i, Ebensburg. Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Gallitziu. Joseph Gill, Chest. Wiii. M'Gough, Washt'n. H. A. Boggs, Jolinst'wn. Wm. Gwiuu, Loretto. I. Wisiiager, Conem'gh. A. Dur'oiu, II ouster. Friacis Clement, Couein'gh. An Ira w J. Ferra! Susq'liuii. G. W. Bowman, White. Joseph Move...

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 August 1860

0 JL 1 J : 4 ' ' i ;i .ii t 5 i ! ... t i S3 i V 0 V 4 03 ,vl-VX-V--- --Reglstcrnnd Recorder. RIGHT OR WRO.VC. WHgX RIGHT, TO BE KEPT BIOHT, WHES WBOSG, TO BE PCX RIGHT. kkisiu'i:g. TIIUitSDAV. "AUGUST L lcoiIes I'arij- Ruminations. 7b ia Zditorvf TJie AlUgkaniun : Sine the last issue of tho Camln'a Trilttnr, I feel it my duty to make an ex planation, that I hope will satisfy "the people concerning the action of the Peo ple's County Convention, at Ilbensburg, on the 23d inst. Mr. li. II. Canan was unsuccessful in I obtaining the nomination f;r Kegister and Recorder; and since ih adjournment of the Convention he is ciieulating the re port that he was cheated out of the nomi nation Ly the Clerks; he also alleges that the ''baldest ft and" was used to defeat him. 'Ihc Laniirui 1 ri',iutt hi.s een fit to give he La? no claims" upon the rco'pleVf'arty. J lie has also alleged that I pretended to j be his friend, and did not support him. I deny, most emphatically, that 1 ever pretended to ...

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 August 1860

3$i5 A11osHt -l nr . tnURdDAY:::::::::::::::::::::::AUU UbT 2. LOCAL ANFPRS0H1l J3EaM0M2tTltCAL 03SEH.VATI0XS. Prepared" weekly, by Tr. 11. S. Ruim. j-OIl WEEK ENDING JULY 30. ? A. II. 12 U. P. M. iv'ut. 43 C7 C3 56 52 80 C3 CO CO 74 73 63 C7 73 70 70 53 78 72 69 C3 73 70 70 C 71 CO 9 U-1 25. 26. it -J ii 23. " 2 3. 30. Aierij temperature for the week, 67. Localities. The annual meeting of the State" Teachers' Association will be reM this year at Orcentburg, on the 7tb, S:a ard Cth hist. Extensive prepara tions are being made for the accommoda tion of strangers, and we are of the opin ion that our mountain teachers could not speed a few days more pleasantly and profitably than by attending. The !in states that a little girl, residing in .Millville borough, was bitten by a rattle snake a few days ago, while gutlurinir ri5berric8, from the effects of which she die-l. And also, that five young men, whilst picking berries on last Sunday i week, were severally bitten by rattlesnakes, ouc...

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 August 1860

JUL JL . -i 0 '! i 1 it 5 !J- 5- t tSU Model wiTes formerly took a stitch In time, but now by the aid of a sawing machine they take. one in no time. ' Question for Wilcr" Was ever "Western whiskey seen "ourV through ths rye?';-; - - . . i.vC-A city most opposed to sleighing Wheeling. - - A tiht squeeze Buchanan in r6;n.-Yd "Press." Motto fur Cow Bay Who enters .here leaves Soap behind- f jjly- The acrobats of every household ) the pitcher and tumbler. '. ' . ! Ilow to rt-,onn a chimney sweep nunkt a clean sweep of U .::. ' iwP A great old sponge King Torus. li7y J'oir. "i. t: rr i. i r. vr i o xs. I AM miua.-.ictui iii- and selling, at the low rate of sis d.U.w5, O. C. GREL to PA i b.T FJSD CUTTER, acknowledge..!, by all yuo have trU'd it. Hie simplest, most duraW M l t islesl o;.jr;.tcd machine ever gotten up. It will cut Cam Fodder, Uug Straw, s..cai ( its, tangled Sir iv.-, or Hay. 1 have the right of C imh li t. Indiana Armstrong, Clarion, r or ; r.lk an Uelfer;on counties. I w ...

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 August 1860

u fit fc 3L If f 1 If ft W nif i Vf' f - v J m3 j.TODD IirTCIUXSOX, PuliHshcr. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hex it y Clay. i; VOL. 1. .11 DIRECTORY. rCBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 'wm. tis.-'iiiti' expressly roa "the aliechaxux." "list of post officjl: W "ri ft. Pott Matters. District$. Jijii'j Creek, Joseph Graham, Yoder. '' t:. '. 1 : i v n , t 5 sariujs, i.'r:soa, i H ;ai!ck. : '..lia )W!!, s r.lto. I : -'hir.il Puiui. . .1.-3 .J. :.::. L,Vcl, ?;S.-a:uit, Benjamin Wirtuer, Carroll Danl. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, Washiut'u. Mrs. II. M'Cague, Ebcnsburg. Iiaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Gullitzia. Joseph Gill, Chest. W'm. M' Go ugh, Washt'n. H. A. Bog3, Johust'wa. Win. liwinn, Lorctto. K. Wi.ssinger, Coueui'gh. A. Darbin, Munster. Francis Clement, Conem'gh. Andrew J. Ferra! Susti'lian. G. W. Dowruaa, White. Joseph Mover, Clearfield. George Conrad, Richland. B. M'Colgan, Washt'u. Win. Hurray, Croylc. Miss M. Gillespie Washt'u. Andrew Beck, S'niaierhiil....

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 August 1860

JL 7 iiarr oil wiioxu wht.-t main, ao us ks.it F.;anr, was. wt02u to e i-vt Riaai. TULT.SDAY ::::;:AUGUST 0. etiylo's l'uvly -ouattIoit for rnE3iiEST : ABRAHAM LINCOLN. FOR vlOi-rr.tEPET : HANNIBAL HAMLIN. People" Electoral Ticket. 1. tidw. C. Knight. 2. Robert P. King, it. Henry Durum. 4. Robert M. Foust. 3. Nathan Hills. 0. John M. Rroornal. ". Jarjes W. Fuller. Levi B. Smith. Fran. W. Christ. David Mutnuia.J r. David Taggart. Thomas R. Hull. a. v. 10. n. 12. 13. 14. Ulysses Mercur. 15. George Uicsskr. 1G. A. R.' Sharpe. 17. Daniel O. Gehr. 13. Samuel Calvin. 10. Edgar Cowan. 20- Wiii. MKennan. 21. J. M. Kiikputrick. 22. James Kerr. U3. Rich. P. Roberts. 24. Henry Mouther. 25. John Grier. F. R. Ptnniru.in. ELECTOHS XT LARGE. J Aiues Pollock. Thouias M. Howe. fob governor: ANDREW G.l l UTIX, of Centre C'p. ttiil that i4 no Tiiiiou tfhy w aliouM net fight AguSnit it. Let us to up and doing, actlv, watchful, vigilant this is no tl.uo for ua to stand with our landa ia our pock' etfl. ...

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 August 1860

tflH A Y:::t:;:::::::;t:?::"" AUG U3T 9. LOCAL AND PERSONAL XaftEMOMtrraiCAL Observations. jIcpa:ed iekW, by Dr. R. S. Bunu. 7 A. M. i2 M. 6 P. . AV'CS. 43 e7 05 56 sj 60 ca ee CO 74 73 69 tl "3 70 70 53 73 72 69 68 73 70 70 6i 71 C9 63 . s 27. 29. 30. TrS temperature for the wesk, 67. LOCALITIES. We were favored with a much needed rain on Saturday evening last Through its influence, the corn and other vegetables, which had beguu to loot bl'ghtly wilted, were revived ; the thermometer, which had got up into the nineties, was reduced to a figure consider ably lower ; and ihe dust,wh?ch had form ed in vast quantities in the streets, and which would easily go anVle-deep at any point, was settled and dispersed. The first day of August, the anniversary of the emancipation of the slaves in the West Indies, was appropriately celebrated by the colored population of Johnstown. . Mr. llenry Ely, former principal of the Union School of this place, has been employed as a teacher in one of the M...

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 August 1860

JUL JL . . ib .1 ,;Wi -VJ: : r t . i ; I . . i . ' I, I t - ' i i vw4 1 Not Arrange k&cm2. Tho Postiffice Department La? issued an order that the name of the Postofhco uJ date of mailing a letter shall bo legi bly impressed or written upon tho envel ope of tho letter, and the dating stamp not to be impressed over the postage stamp no ia nnn. . 1 , Ti- :. V' 1. I 10 hum uuiio. iim la a iiiaiu'i wiiitiu would greatly promote tho convenience of business iu nil parts of the country. -Jany persona vrntiii-r to an ofSce or Run- cteb'.jlueiit neglect to pivo the ivuua ot tuo post towu frora whicu tU y write, and fVarjuently they do not even give the name of the count? in which ! thev reside. The Iatin- st-.mn of th v.r t.,v;.. -,,1 l i . bt - i- jo.-touice would suppiy this omission td negligent co: respondents, if it was always legible, but every unti's experience will ! Tames C. Xuox, Attorney at Law, LI--b'?ar witness to th? unsatisfactory charae- ' J en-burg, Pa. ofiieeNo. 3 Colona...

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 August 1860

u 1. 'v f 1 w J J.TODD IIUTCIIIXSOX, I'ublislicr. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT Til AX PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. tp p vt5.S'2.0O I'EU AXM'M. '''""l 1.50 I!V ADVA.XCt. ' ' -t aLMtMWM,M1B "iwiwraCTMgfiLa imJJuWM-3ummmm3aa&rtBnwi'-JBaGm9f9xreii m i mi hi tin n mhm h i hihimh wtjwuuu. (TO! 111 l II l f W' W i ! 1 f ? ' S. i i t i t ! VOL. 1. DIRECTORY. PKSPAED KXI"E3SLY FOR "TUK ALLEGIUXIAN." LIST OF POST OFFICES. Fust OJices. 3!iu'3 Creek, Bethel Station, Currolltowu, Chess Springs, Creiion, Ebeiiburg. Fallen Timber, "trtlliuin, Glca Council, Hemlock, JohaJtowu, Loretto, Mineral Poiat, Ifanster, Pcrliing, f Uttsville, Rd.eland, 3:. Auj,'iistia8, S.-altd.cvel, Sjiiuivi. daaiuiTliill, S im::jit, Vi'.!;u..-e. Post Masters. Joseph Graham, Joseph 8 Mardis, Districts. Yoder. Blacklick. Benjamin Wirtner Daul. Litzinger, John J. Troxell, Mrs. II. M'Cagne, Isaac Thompson, J. M. Christy, Joseph Gill, "Win. M Cough, II. A. Boggs, Win. Gwiun, E. Wissinger, A. Durbin, Francis Clemeut, Andrew J. Ferra! G...

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 August 1860

ri . jM. J ill . -vlH! -i : '5 "liiil r' J ;1. : .. I . 1 ) i if ! 7f . i. if -3 J I NT 4 f ' L 1 3'-. tna.o .AIlogliarLlnii, ItlGIIT on WIIO.VC. WHEN MIGHT, TO BE KEPT K1GHT, WHEX KBOXB, Tl Bit PUT RIGHT. r: it s:sisritc;. THURSDAY:: AUGUST 10. People's Iarf y ZVomluutions. FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN. TOR VICK-PKESIPEST : HANNIBAL HAMLIN People's Klei lornl Ticket. 14. Ulysses Mercr.r. 13. George Bressler. lo. A. B. harpe. 17. Daniel O. Gchr. 1 3. Samuel Calvin. !'.. Edgar Cowkh. til)- Win. M'Kenuan. t!l. J. M. Kirkpatrick. '22. James Kerr. 23. Rich. P. Huberts. 24. Henry Mouther. 25. Johu Grier. i. a 3. 4. 3. . EJvr. C. Kuight. Robert P. King. Henry Bum in. Robert M. Foust. Nathan Hills. John M. Broorual. James W. Fuller. Levi 1J. Smith. Fran. W. Christ. David Muuima.Jr. 8 0 10 11. David Taggart. 12. Thomas R. Hull. 13. F. 11. Pcnuiman. ELECTOUS James rollock. AT LARGE. Thomas M. fiowc. FOR GOVEENOK : AXDREW G. CX'RTIX, of Ccn'rt Co. State Central Committee. Alex. K. M Cltre,...

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 August 1860

tl 1 9 1 ii : m i 'i I :::AUUST 10. LOCAL AND PERSONAL jaB:li10M2TRICAL OBSERVATIONS. Prtparel weekly, by Dr. It. S. Bunu. fOB. WSKK ENDING JULY 30. 7 a. x. 12 u. 6 p. ii. iv'ss. CC 88 82 78 A5S 1 c Til 71 71 8. Q. 10. 11. 12. 6G 80 77 74 C8 83 63 70 CI - 3 CT 63 63 72 CG 67 18 53 CO 59 13. in.-; temperature for the week, C0. LocaLETTES. A writer in last TTedncs tfcv's Philadelphia Pres says, that Cres- 0D f "destined to become cue of the I tc&t popular Lealth institutes in the i MUntry. The water is pure, the atmos I pi.iCre is cool and invigorating ; the nat I urli attractions of the mountain, its raag ;! ciScent scenery, its unrivalled hunting ; ta,j fishing facilities, are unsurpassed by : my ia the country, and are sufficient to .i inspire the soul with lofty aspirations." i V"e are informed that we were in error last week in announcing that Mr. Ilenry I Fo'tt-r, of the "Arcade," had leased the 1 ' Lean llouae." The hotel has not yet been leased. A call fur a mass meet- 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 August 1860

ft JL n ) " i; ) ! t . ' t . 1 1 J I P 5 5 ! i Vkry Drunk. OKI Judge S. is known aa one who never pays a debt if it can be ayoided. He ha3 plenty of money, how ever, and ii a jolly, rollicking old chap. Gets pretty drunk occasionally, when, of course, some frienJa take care of him. Not long ago he fell into the hands of a man who held his note for a sum of mon ey, and, as it wa? his last resort, the friend dived into the Judge.- wallet, took out the amount, anl put the note where the mon ey had been. When the Judjre awoke to consciousness, as was his wont, he took ' out his wallet to count how much money he was out. Finding his purse almost empty, he thundered : "How did I spend all my money ?" "You paid off that note I held," air ewered the friend. "Well," muttered the Judge, quietly stowing away the wallet, '1 must have been most d d drunk A writer culled at his printer and accused the compositor of not haviug punctuated his poem, when the typo ear nestly replied, "1'ui not a poin...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 23 August 1860

I Ii I IE II IF I It j.TOD" UITTCIIIXSOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGIIT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. TERMS: rsa.oo pen axxi'm VOLUME 2. DIRECTORY. FaPARB0 KXPRE3SLY FOR "TUE ALLEUHASIAN." "list or POST OFFICES. Past OTtce. Post Masters District. YoJer. Blacklick. tzai Creek, listhsl Station, urrolUowa, Cans Spring, (.":3oa, tj-aiburj. fillea Timber, wiilitzia, it Joseph Graham, Joseph 8 Mardis, Benjainiu Wirtner , Carroll. Daul. Litzinger, John J. Troxell, Mrs. II. MCague, Isaac Thompson, J. M. Christy-, Joseph Gill, Win. i'Vjough, II. A. Ijogs, W'va. Gwinn, E. Wissinger, A. Durbin, Francis Clement, Andrew J. Ferra! G. W. Bowman, Joseph Mover, George Conrad, B. M Coljtan, Win. Murrav, Miss M. Gillespie Andrew Beck, Chest. Washiut'u. Ebensburg. White. Gallitzin. Chest. Wusht'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Ccnein'gh. Munster. Conem'gh. Susq'haa. White. ClearnV.i. KichlanJ. Washt'n. Crovle. Washt'n. S'mnierhill. Glea Lonaen, iiiinlock, Johnstown, r ....tt.t U aeral Point, Maaiter, Nri'iii...

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