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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 October 1865

wb- 'Ml"l'll'al'IIIIIBaii''i 1 W - - 2.09 - 2.:o ,. 2o.0o 3 O.o j t 8.03 lrP to ' tL,T it: : r :.e ) J ..At L?- at I wrTVTwxr-fi. Editor and Proprietor. - r I 'tTTnKER. Editor and Proprietor. t'J&Fn&CUMXSOX, Publisher. OLTJME 7. fl(iT OF POST OFFICES J VII JJutnett. fUTea Li., ivans, uarroiu Henry Nutter, Chest. A. G. Crooks, Taylor. -J. Houston, . Waahint n. John Thompson. Ebensburg. ess SpnngM nemaugn, Vesson, ens"-1 Ilea Titter, C. Jeffriee, v nite. Gallitiia. Waeht'n. Johnst'wa. Loretto. : ilunster. J. M. Chri3ty, ; Wm Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesberger, A. Durbin. Andrew J Ferral, Susq'ban. Stan. barton, George Berkey, B. M'Colgan, George B. Wike, Wo. M'Connell, J. K. Shryock, Clearfield. Richland. Washt'n. Croyle. . Washt'n. S'merhill. i'.p Level, jerbill, ...rnf llCS, MINISTER S, I ......HiT. T.M. Wnsos, Pastor. every Sabbath morning at 10 j reaching eW , Rt 7 0'clock. Sab clock, and in the e-.ufe Pravermeet th School at o clock, A. M. 1 rayermeet - tverv Thur...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 October 1865

I J Tlio Result. V.-nw--..- i RIGHT OR WROXfi : VHIH WHEN RIGHT, WRONG TO B K KEPT , TO BE PUT R I 0 n T, R I O H T. k i$ i:sihj it c: : TIIUltSDAY::::::::::::::::::OCT013EK 19. Destruction of the Democratic Tarty. When wc remember what the Demo cratic party has leen, is it not a matter ot astonishment ami wonder to see where it is now 1 "How are the mighty fallen !" Under Jefferson, it was the great party ol the people, and of equal rights an opposed to old-fashioned federalism. In the last war with Great Britain, it stood manfully by the old flag, replenished and kept alive our army, and, with Madison at its head, wrung from the British Lion a direct re cognition of the rights of our brave sea men. While the federalists were holdin Hartford Conventions, the Democracy ral lied around their country's banner and saved it. Under President Monroe, party lines becamo somewhat obliterated, while the administration of John Quincy Adams well nigh broke them up entirely. Under General Jacks...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 October 1865

7 it 7SI : if, 11 8. ; J- 1 U: ! 8. 1- ! 5 ' 34 2C3 "4ulJ r it at ical. ;i with iturt; he n- r thei ath f ' trifl-.:. . men it to , he pa. . Tb-r i proi- 5. It th frf is act C3. n. the r frame under i a si :dictior. re m I onljt:' youic rrlptLt ittend.v. the t not a v serves. will ; nartatle the treai rsenfij, I :aJer is I :f. Lett mind ft 1 h drawl, I et itbesl I alicnt 1 oat of nil 1858-Dll ie at Alii , writes H re seize 41 has Pre'I of which! 1 t commc 1 1 roat, hi! iye3, ibex 1 turn to i J ur Ready I :ral ron c I risk the ! . My trc if tbeo&- ora hfc&i ' en vere urs &ftr ad my oe: rould tavr sold bv nts, ani ane, Nei urg. J NOTlci a that LN 3 of Henrv lck tp.f C: mted tots f Cambri :Ivcs indeb. make imm claims -' properly a- NCA.V, Adr en to tho;c reoants wit ES to come o with H.B 3f the firo eir indebted R. H. Tl'lH held ih4 but fox H THURSDAY:::::::::-:::::::OCTOBER 19. LOCAL AND PERSONAL EfeENSBTJRO AND CRISBON RAILROAD. On nd after Monday, October i6, 1865, train...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 October 1865

ltLV..':-i.fTWVjg 32SE 'J 1 : Short and Say eet. " Why, you see when wy man came a coartm mc," said Mrs. DoLson, 'I liadut the least thought oi what he Tra after not I. Jobie came to our hou3e one niht after dark, and rapped at the door, J opened it, and sure enough, there stood Jobie right before my luce ana eyes. "Coue in,"' ret I, "and take a jeheer." ''No, Lizzie," sex he,-"I've come on an errant, and I always do my errant last "But you'd better conic in aud take cheer. "What is your erru:t 'I" ! "Courtm . business. "My wife's been dead these three, weeks, acd everything's j:om to ruck aud rum fctrai!ht alouir. Now, Lizzie, if you've a mind to hev me, and take'eare of my home, and children, . and thiols, tell me, and I'll come' in and " tuke a cheer; if nut, I'll get eome one chc tu. - ; . '. "Why, I was skecred, aud nt;Id "It you ve come on the courtm' busi ness, couie iu. I must think of it u lit- 99 w i yo. "No, I can't till my errunt'3 doue. "1 should hke to think about it a...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 26 October 1865

UJ : Ay Ay vy 0. i tin I Cf! thel it; lCif i: Oil !li )LL t Ji lt'. ie ti: 5! e S. lTcs. :oi Tit ife nb, rcre ,tis& nj J1- iJfti itvT: 7tb LTJ inert ectf' disco by'-' fully, alo' sal lade:: r or BV ! .MS, toD i bo' 4 7lliLimAlior and Proprietor. )'-roPPlI'rTCllIXSOy, Publisher. VOLUME 7. D .. OF POST OFFICES. w, tn-ticei. PoMt Matter: Vistrtctt. rnown, Steven L. Evans, Carroll. Spring, Henry Nutter, Chest. Cb A. G. Crooks, Taylor. J'on J. Houston, Washint'n. Kbc'ibur?. Jobn Thompson, Ebensburg. v.i en Timber, C.Jeffries, White.. I ;in J - M. Christy, Galhtzin. 2mlS' Wm Tiler, Jr., Washt'n. HK.t0wn I.E. Chandler, Johnsfwn. johQStown, M Xdlesberger, Loretto. Loretto, Durbin, Munster. Munster, Andrew J Ferral, Susq'han. Pltwville, Ctim. Wharton, Clearfield. St. Agtne, peBerke Richland. Scalp Level, Jjeolgftni Washt'n. Sonman, George H. Wike, Croyle. Summit, K shrv0Ck, S'merbill. Wilmore, J rnrncilES, MINISTER S, . rev T. M. Wilson, rastor. I """ Sabbath morning at 10 Wrenching e'er...

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

, - . . -, r RIGHT OR WnOXG : WHKN RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WHEN WBONG, TO BE PUT RIGHT. ERCXSBl'Rr.! THTJRSDAY::::::::::::::::::OCTOBER 26 To the fill on 3Iencfrennsylva nia. Rooms Union State Central Com mittee, No. 1103 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Oct. lGth, 1SG5. An other political contest has been determined by the freemen of Pennsylvania. The Union cause , lias again triumphed at the ballot-box. Official returns have been re ceived frcm sixty-two counties of the sixty-six in the State. Of these, fifty four show gains for tho Union cause over the vote of 1862. The aggregate gains over all losses are nearly twenty-five thousand. This will give to our candi dates on the home vote alone majorities exceeding that given by army and home vote to our late lamented President, A bra hum Lincoln. Of the several Union Senators whose tcrais of office expired, we have not lost one. The homo vote has gained us one from the Opposition in Luzerne, aud the army vote wiU gaiu us another in Fr...

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

4 D Ii. he :r- y ho i ,1 e. let n- :rs )rt -cr it er en h- :er or ie, 3d of :i i n- io it isl er :h 'U- re-i- :b ty. re ith iod be o 40 V0 at- ToHland personal vBESsncRd and Cresson Railroad. fondftv. October 16. 1865. Lis oa JUBSDAY:::::::: :OCTOBER 26. this road will run as follows : E' a,i A U. connecting with Erie Mail A" w.t end Altoona Accom. kast. Q.on p connecting with Altoona Ac Al3 om. West ani Mail East. It T 40 P. M i connecting with Mail Train esv- EiYE Cresson i 11 10 A. Ul " 'tnona Accom. East. At 5 10 P. M- or wD departure of Mail Train Kt 8 fp.ttf- or on departure of Mail Train West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. ROBERT FITCAIRN, Supt. Pitts. Div. Fallacious Assurances and Prom- ectlon-The "Xorlh" vs. tlie "South." take the following hortative para- Irar.li from the Johnstown iriuune 01 me i ' . fit- 1. h jnStaut the issue or me wees, preue ; the election. To wit : Meeting arc being held by the friends of Ie Union State, Uistria aau ioji.iv hall the townsiups easily uUi ....

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 26 October 1865

,: The Arab and His Serpents. -A Paris correspondent says : I stopped to see some of the numerous thows, which are in full operation uring the holidays. ' I found mjselt at last within a circle - where an Arab was showing off with pev cu or ciht great serpents. I wanted to -turn and go away, but the crowd had be come so great that I found I could cot , move, and eo was obliged to remain a witness of certainly one of the most cu rious and frightful spectacles ever offered to the public The snake charmer was seated on the ground, after the fashion of Li country, with his snakes all around Iiiin ; two or three of them were of most enormous size, almost as large as a full grown boa. lie would take them up in his bauds, let them wind around his legs, arms, body, neck and head ; stick out their forked tongues and kis3 him on the hands, the lips, the eyelids, and present their heads or tails to him as be comman ded them. Whilo tho speetacte Was proceeding in the most successful manner, one...

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

! 5 ! I J.'TOOO IHITCllIXSON, Publisher. VOLUME 7. -pwIKEGTOIlY. LIST OF POST OFFICES. nfKru. Post Masters. Districts. aW Carolltown, Chess Springe, Conemaugh, Cresson, Kbensburg. Fallen Timber, G&Uitzin, Hemlock, Johnstown, Loretto, Munster, Plattsville, St. Augustine, Scalp Level, Sonman, Sunimerliill, Summit, Wilniore, Steven L. Evans, Carroll. Henry Nutter, A. G. Crooks, J. Houston, John Thompson, C. Jeffries, J. 11. Christy, Wm Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesberger, A. Durbin, Chest. Taylor. Washint'n. Ebensburg. White. Gallitzin. Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Munster. Andrew J Ferral, Susq'han. Stan. Wharton, Clearfield. George Berkey, B. M'Colgan, George B. YVike, Wm. M'Connell, J. K. Shryock, Richland. Washt'n. Croyle. Washt'n. S'merhill. CHURCHES, MINISTERS, &c. Pr.,r,urian IUv. T. M. Wilson, Pastor. reaching every aauuam muru.nB - o'clock, and in tne evening m u bath School at 9 o'clock, A. M. Prayer meet- iutC every Thursday evening at 6 o clock. Ucthodist Epi...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 2 November 1865

1 3ajo I t atu. 1 '.. StlJJIJT Oil WRO.S : n'lTJfN RIGHT, TO BK KEPT R 1 G II T, H-HESI WRONG, TO BE PCT BIGHT. T11TT. ST) A V ::::::::::::::::N 0 V EM IEK 2. EJay of Xatlonal TlianSvSsivisig. BY THE TRKSIDEaT OF THE fXIiEC STAT ES A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, du ring tl;c year whic h is now coming to an end, to relieve our beloved country from the scourge of civil war, and to permit us to se cure the blcssii.gs of peace, unity and har mony, with a great enlargement of civil lib erty ; and whereas, our Heavenly Father has also, during the year, graciously preserved us from the calamities of foreign" war, while our granaries are full ; and whereas, right eousness) vxalteth a nation, while siu is a reproach to any people : A'oie, therefore. I, Andrew Johnson, Presi dent i;f the United States, do hereby recom mend to the people thereof-that they do set tpart and observe the nrtt Thursday of De cember as ft day of National Thanksgiving to the Creator of the Univ...

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

I - j ErrTEH Foktt Cents a Pound I ! Etchings. -Tuesday ere was Halkjw- j f UTC K SALES, noj i k- - :::-OVEMBEB 2. V XaIiay, October 16, IE 5, raa " h- canted. rilh Altoa. Ac- Te5l "V-wiitiIil Train .A;:;?de?rtare of Hail Traoa t. C3 departure cf Mail 1 . t HA ' - TITpcff ! To Sir -I is cecerallj conceded the rics FctraducVi the potato d?xioioL. This esea- ,e 0r;c cf the cheapest ana 1 1 , -.e"e cf vegetable fo, ssfrtq-esOy contributed to a to rrevet forxire. Tfce re- Vse bears io tVu connection Batter bow quoted at 40 cents per pound in cur market. This is the high est figure, ire belieTe, that it reached last winter. With nay $30 and $i0 per ton, it was last winter, and with other edi ble necessities of bovine existence at pro portionate prices, we can readily iiider tand how 40 cents were demanded and obtained then. Bat with hay only 86 to 3, as at present, and with the kine eTen yet era ring in the luxuriantly-pastured fields, it must p bejocd ordinary compre hension thai butter...

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

ess 232 A Practical Joke. In Berks county says an exchange, one of the political parties Iiad, ior tweuty years, been in the habit of holding their nominating con ventions at tho house or Mr. G . He happened, on a recent occasion, for the first tirce to be in when they had fin ished their business, and heard a little delegate inoe"that this convention ad journ tine die." " Sine dio I" said Mr. G to a per son standing ucar, " where'? that V " Why that's way in the northern part of the county," said his neighbor. " Hold on, if you please, Mr. Cheer man," said the landlord, with a great em phasis and earnestness, "hold on, sir, I'd like to bo heard on that question. I have kept a public house now lor moro'n twenty years. I'm a poor mac. 1'vo always be ' louged to the party and never split in my life. This is the most central location iu the county, and its where we've tillers met. I've ievor hud nor asked an office, and have worked uight and day for tho party, and now I think, sir, it ...

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

sTrtTnKEIl, Editor and Proprietor. noU IlCTCIIINSOtf, Publisher. VOLUME T. -iJ T oF POST OFFICES. Post Ofieet Carolltown, Chess Springs, Conemftugb, Cresson, Ebcasburg. Fallen Timber, Galli"'11' Hemlock, john3town, " Loretto, Junster, rjattsville, St. Augustine, Scalp Level, Sonman, Sammwfcill, tJumrait, I'ost Masters. Steven L. Evan3, Carroll. Henry Nutter, A. G. Crooks, J. Houston, John Thompson, C. Jeffries, J. M. Christy, Wm Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesberger, A Durbin. Chest Taylor. Washint'n. Ebensburg. White. Gallitzin. Wa3ht'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Munster. trowJ Ferral. Susq'han ci.n. Wharton, Clearfield George Berkey, B. U'Colgnn, George B. Wike, Vm. M'Connell, J. . Shryock, Richland. Washt'n. Croyle. Washt'n. S'merhill. IF , - Rev T. M. Wilson, Pastor. p'eachin- every Sabbatn morning a J ock and in the evening at 7 o'clock bi School at 9 o'clock, A. M. Prayer jvcry Thursday even ng at 6 o'cloc rrtibyttnan j iol aching every o ft,clock. Sab. er meet- k. fcher in c b...

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

3S RIGHTOUWROSG: WBIN BIGHT, TO BE KEPT KIOHT, WHEN WRONG, TO Bl PUT RIGHT. THURSDAY ::::::::::::::::NOVEMBER 9. Tlie Slate Election. The result of the recent election in glorious old Pennsylvania, is a matter over which the loyal men not only of the State, but ot the whote country, justly feel proud. We take especial pleasure in referring to it now, since tho preju dice and excitement incident to tho cam paign have had time to subside, and when a moment is given Ud in which we may fairly and dispassionately exult over our fallen foe. It cannot bo successfully denied, even by the copperheads themselves, that they made every possible effort, whether fair or foul, to defeat us. Their pchemes were carefully matured, and in the attempt to carry them into execution, as well as in their conception, involved an amount of infamy certainly not excelled by any of the election outrages which bad previously so uniformly characterized that party. Their first public movement in the campaign the n...

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

Uli it- 7 sr ti- 15 ja ih pi, ;f-f ni i: h. t rri ,ri aa in 111 V T1 T" f nJcaLAWD PERSONAL. is lioa snURO AND CttESSON RAILROAD. ftft9r Monday, October 16, 1865, this road win run iunu. lf.BcoRnanecting with Erie Mail Welt and Altoona accuiu. o-oa... , M , connecting with Altoona Ac 3 m Vest an! Mail East. T 40P. M-i connecting with' MaiJ Train West I: 7 X a r nr on departure of Al- lecom. East. 5 id I P M.r vn departure of Mail Train g40Eptir., or on departure of Mail Train West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. ,BESLT PITCAIRN, Supt. Fitts. Div. ' nrtTFR Problem. "We last t A- " showed that it was owing to the jfu! endeavors of certain of our mer- t? that butter had been run up to -u i a pound in our market. This fig- . cnrtndlft linnn the n an outrage i h- Hay is as cheap as it was when Lr sold with a good profit for 12 L Allowing the "inflation" of the t d.Trfiated the value of lency ij ua. yonealf, which is allowing an mat je asked, then, measuring it by an i . . i i. hibe standard, ou...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 9 November 1865

A Magnanimous Dane. During the rara that raged from 1622 to 1GGO, be tween Frederick II. of Denmark and CbarleS'Gustavus of Sweden, after a bat tie, in which the victory had remained with the Danes, a stout burgher ot Jblems borg was about to refresh himself, ero retiring to have nis wounds dressed, with a draught of beer from a wooden bottle when an imploring cry from a wounded bwede lyiDg on the lield made him turn with the very words of Sicncy "Thy need is crcater than mine." lie knelt down by the fallen enemy, to pou the ii quor in his mouth. His requital was a pistol-shot in the shoulder Iroru the treach erous Swede. "Rascal I" he cried, "I would have be- fricudca you, and you would murder me m return, isow 1 will punish you. J would have given you the whole bottle but now you shall have only half." And drinking off half, he gave the rest to the Swede. . The king, hearing the story, sent for the burgher, and asked him how 113 came to spare the lite ot such a rascal. 'Sire," sai...

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

"XjTjnrEurEdll and Proprietor. . . VOLUME 7. .vmn V OF POST OFFICES. post O.Jices. Chess Springs, Wesson, EjCHIirg. fallea Timber, gealoek, Johnstown, Loretto, Jlunster, piattsville, St. Augustine, Scalp Level, gonman, SumiuerUUl, Surarait, TVilmore, rost Masters. Lfistricts Steven L. Evans, Carroll. Henry Nutter, A. G. Crooks, J. Houston, John Thompson, C. Jeffries, J. M. Christy, Wai Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesberger, A. Durbin, Chest. Taylor. "Washint'n. Ebensburg. White. Gallitzin. Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Munster. Andrew J Ferral, Susq'han. ctn Wharton. Clearfield. George Rerkey, B. M'Colgan, George 1L Wike, Vm. M'Connell, J. K. Shryock, Richland. Washt'n. Croyle. Washt'n. S'merhill. . tjev. T. M. Wilson, pastor. vnrcre7y Sabbath morning at 10 J nd in the evening at 7 o'clock. Sab- C ,nn nr. O C Ot&i -J - Thursday Zoning at 6 o'clock Baker, Pershixo, as- Preacnerin ,.u-iS. Sabbath i'ant Preaching every Sort, at 10 J o'clock. Sabbath School at 9 Sa. M. Prayer me...

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

I I I TTTrTrTMWT 'if i nif 1 1 m mmmt in .11 n iir i II .I i ih - - ' ' lllG Alio Sl3.i23LlXX . THURSDAY ::::::::::::::NOVEMRER lG. X$x$ of National TlinnUsglving. ut tits riiKsiDssT op thb ttkited states a rOCLAMATIOH. TV?iercas It has pleased Almighty God, da ting the year which is now coming to an end, io relieve pur beloved country from the Scourge of civil war, and to permit us to se cure the blessings of peace, unity and. har mony, with a great enlargement of civil lib erty ; and whereas, our Heavenly Father has also, during the year, graciously preserved U3 from ths calamities or foreign war, while our granaries arc full ; and whereas, right eousness cxalteth a nation, while tin is a reproach to any people ;. Now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson, Presi dent of the United States, do hereby recom mend to the people thereof that they do set apart and observe the first Thursday cf De cember as a day of National Thanksgiving to the Creator of the U niverse for these deliver ances and...

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

ti-as ' c. Di of ri ri tt ajt a er- or- m- ire ei i. our do 0 a JtRS0A:::::'":::::::i UBO AND CRESSON RAILROAD. f nd fe Monday, October 16, 1863, P 'I .ku toad will run aa follows : .tf3 -.., with Erie Mail Art x. 1 rfjt and Altoona Accom. East. . . p U connecting with Altoona Ac-fLw-t aniMail East. I o ?.'-, connecting with Mail Train XVE LRES0- nrtnr of Al- , u 0 A. l 1,4 " r " . lU . ' . worn.' East. ()7i,or.n departure of Mail Train , gp'jf.. or on departure of Mail Tram nesi. ENOCH LEWIS. Gen. Supt. L0BE?(x PITCAIRN, Supt. Pitti. Div. High Prices Fkesh Meat. If re be any necessity lor tne extrava t charges made for fresh meat in our ,,r1 Villi tn c -l:rf e CODiess we uic 'l . 1 .1- - you are fond of steak, ana pay me efcer 22 cent3 a pound therefor ; your r IV. . TvVi5.-K rrrm fll- .ialitv is lor rouM, j' j 15 cents a pound ; or you like v-i-r and take half steak and half roast, n 18 ceLts a pound. or beer rouna :harge per pound is 16 cents. cvjnd controversy, "tho times" are e...

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

EXAMINATION OF ATTORNEYS. The following racy examination of a candidate for admission to the bar, is taken from .the Western Law Journal, aud is decided ly a good hit : The examination commences with "Do you smoke, sir V "I do, sir." "" "Have you a spare cigar ?" "Yea sir," (extending a frhort six.) . .."Now, sir, what in the first duty of a lawyer ?" "To collect fees." I ; 'Right. What is the second ?" "To increase the number ot his clients." v "When does your position towards your ."client change V "When making a bill of cost." : "Explain." "We then occupy the antagonistic po sition I assume the character of plainlilT and he becomes the defendant." "A suit decided, how do you stand with the hwyer conducting the other bill V - "Cheek by jowl." V "Enough, sir ; you promise to become an ornament to your profession, and I wish yoa success. Now are you aware of the duty you owo me V :.. ."Perfectly." "Describe it." "It is to invite you to drink." "Rut suppose I decliue : (Candidate scr...

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