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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 November 1860

THIS RIGHT, T'J Bi Kfcrr lll-.H.', TUBS WitOXG, TO BE PIT RISHr. TLI'JilSPAY rNOVKMRER 22. ftovcraor's I'reiclaiiiaiioii. Tzllqt Cnizzss: The rc-Vidctions of the jtzr foive Axiu brought U3 toonr iiiinnal fes tival of T'u.vak? living to Almighty God. In no preceding year have wo had mere abun dant cause !. gratitude and praise. The rc-Tolvin-.;s?.son? hp.v.-br.-vjgrhi with ihetn V.cshli f j num. True, it has elected ita candidate tei tha Presidency j but consider for a mo merit the circumstances with which he Rill be surrounded on hia induction into office. With a majority in both houses of tho next Congress opposed to hia ad ministration, we cannot anticipate euch i results as ve might did he have that i brunch of government to uphold and sus ! tain liiiu. As it is, Congress will have the power to thwart him at every point. What, then, can Abraham Lincoln do? lie can recommend the. adoption of wise and patriotic measures of reform ; he can urge upon Congress the propriety of buildin...

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 November 1860

- i -. i ft SC6" II. 'S?ko Alio slianian. THURSDAY:::: ::NO V-EMBER LOCAL AND PERSONAL. rilj TtIB PATRONS OF TUB AL-J X IXI VN Ousstixo : O-cioa illy, iu tho course of hainin events, i; bonr ne;c?33.iP7 for on5 to do or say that Tvhu'li i jDTjJthin out of the coratnun as is tlu ci'? iuw. Wa.it must bo done, however, can't bj helped. TLis is to s.iy, thsn, that rs need monfj ; this i-3 to d3sira thoie who :re in arrears I'jr s:i'j4 -riptioa. ic, to walk up to the Cap tain's offue n i 1 settle. The approaching ses g'on of our County Courts when everybody na-I their frien Is will be in town will "(itford a ti'.til opportunity for so doiug. Let us Leir from you. good friend- 'Dim?.-' and dollars, dollars and dimes, Aa e:n;ty pocket 's t ie worst of crimes." Local Etchings. "We publish on our oatsiJe this week an extract from the Lon don Timvs vrifh regard to the Prince ot Wales crosiing the Allegheny Mountains. It will be observed that the sketch has particular reference to Cambria coun...

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 November 1860

'1 I i if i i: d l 1 JMilJJ-l-LllJIOLM IIIIM m -T U 1 ! I II II ll ! lllll H Ml TmTTH- f - - 'iiiil A f ,I.5: 12 A Y the i'y:lus rutes viaj "I'f-r 'aunura. (payable In JvHV:f("T - it 'i:ii'I V.tUH Use fil d six tii'i ! -. j A t:iilur'j tn m.'.i'v ; i . i - t : T ! i i. J :jTJZg& 3Li"iL - Tns sr;vty uy x 1'aa.soa Qiitx Tbo Nerc Yoik corwpoudeQt of tha Boston A UIlUl.Ul KOPI1LLN. Attuiinky -jL at Law, John.stown. Pa. Odico on Main etreot. attg25,D-59-t r I i a s: 1 '; - ! ! ; ? t "' : . i 4 J. ( V i It tort taiie eioce ona ot tue amenta j rj MiiiiRAi. , Attorney at Law, abroad selecting musical talent Ebensburs, Pa. Oilicc opposite Craw- fug.25,i sc.:....' i Y k r n w, ! TOilX 3. HIltSY, Attorn cv at l,uv, -tgeJt to ttnsh f,r uuu,'.u .u n u- rbenbur-. Pa. U.licc in Coionade Row. j a nist.tuEoa on a salary oj cJJJ pai , A, ,Ust 25, Itfa'.ntf. "A a!orL time bidco ona ot the amenta that arc lor America, sent on the care ot" Adams j ford's Botil on era veir. On h.-r trav t. j-j.v or a...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 29 November 1860

i r i ' . 1 5- 'A v V'W i I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN" PRESIDENT. IIksky Clay. TERMS I I w O i Z A S A t . VOLUME 2. EBENSBUIiG, PA., THURSDAY, 8 IBER 20, 1800. NUMBER .15. ..J Li 1 ft i i s$ mi i j h. fa . h 1 i a ir I a I a ,M M liif i t-.;4 ;tMh J tjP - DIRECTORY. EXi'ilESrfLY FOil -'TUB ALLEOHA.N IAS. list or rosT oiticls. ;i:ti. 1'ost Masters. JKstrtcts. 7 i. 1...mIi itrt.'i .in Vmii'T . , ; t ree a, -j-f - ) -'1"- r. ...... n. m .. !-.' ; j in i,-' v,. -if -w.va, Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. ,.,rl:i r.-. Da.ul. Litziu''er, Chest. -1- John J. lroxcil, .ishint t. Mrs. II. M'C.igue, Kbc-usbur- Isaac, "uoiapsou, W late. J. M. C'urUtv. Giillitzin. Vm. M'Goah, II. A. Bogs, W.n. Gwiuti, K. Wissiugcr, A. f)urbin. Joljrist'v.u. Lore tt j. CotiL-iirh. M nnstt-r. ;..aii:o.va, :.;r.U Point, Francis Clement, ConemVh Andrew J. Ftrr.i! Sus'h:vn i ... i G V. Bownvin, Win Ryan, Sr., Gvo-i Conrad, B. il'Col-ia, Ciar.i-:.l. Riciaand. V..ila"u. Crovle. mine, Wiu. Murray, ;4a iijru..i, 5;.d.a't, Mi...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 29 November 1860

I ny, ; h-f- - : r.j. ,1; , 1 ' ' ' ' U . - It ' : . .1 ' ; .1 . ' ' ' ' ' ' I . . . '' 1 I V i i V 1 1 ' ; 1 'V'. 3 i : x 5 .pVl . '' j ! - ' ' Tlie JVULo gyre -1 nn - KIEII OK W ltOSti. IIIJ RIGHT, TO KB CHIT .;'". 1 , WHEN Wr.ONl, TO DE PIT UK.y.r. OGlcial Vole of Peunsylvania. AnnexeJ are the official returns of the vot cast in this State for President at the late election. Those of our readers who do not file our paper should cut the tahle out for futures reference especially the licj'ublicau r-oitiua of tiieuj. lVinwIvc- j nia gives n larger majority fur Liiicoln and . ItaiiiltM than was received by any bimilur Ci.i:uku to iu any iate in the Uniou I The glorious old Kestcue ttill lieads the coiiumi. i::inNZ5L!:e;. T il V US I A Y ::::::::::::::' V K M i F, K Ffllow 'iriEN.' : The rcv.jhitiinid of tlio j9.1t have n.-ia UrouKt Uj to our utunial to s tivul ot Tii.uiL.'t'P. irifi" ;o AlniijrlMv (j:il. Id no jirecediojr y:;ir h:ivc ive had laore a!"in daa: '-auiO ic fcrntitudo and ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 29 November 1860

-NOVEMBER 9. LOCAL RHQ PERSONAL TilS CAMBRIA COUNTY COuRT CONVEX 23 OX MONDAY NEXT, 3o Proximo. IoCAL Etchings. Although this pa- ii dated the 29th, we wish it to be jUiinc'.!? understood that it is worked oft' jVeioesJay. The prime reason for this is, that we d011'' TV1S f to think iai vv'e work on Thanksgiving no, sir! -The National Telegraph Company, ylns decided to change the route of le'r hue so as to connect Stoystown with Johnstown, have put up the necessary V unon which the wire will be placed . few Jays. Last Saturday was a cooler of a Jay and no mistake. In the I cornim, the thermometer stood at 9 be low zero, with an increase of temperature a ;bat direction throughout the day. Considerable snow fell on tlwt and the receding day, and sleighs were seen bob bin,: around in" every direction. We are djwn on winter as a general rule espe ciailv on those winters of the North Pule render, which are so peculiar to this cli mate and the only thing thai can r.t all reconcile us to i...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 29 November 1860

i m f ;';: i f 4 j - , : i ? j - J I II ii i 4;SS 1 1 X A I- C 4l2J 3 M . ITtlL-UM-fll Htrv 'I,,, A 1311 All AM KOikMLLN, Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa. OiTice on Main street. aus2o,18.VJ-ttl C- D. MlTiiUAY, Attoii sky at Law, Ebensbar-r, Pa. OiSco opposite Craw -O'ki VSj-j and go ! ' 3 vi.l trt ui vi 1 of my heart, " A i I prj T.r .l her Ho ; A a aiot to Ivo i.: " "Ti ::" Hi -.. -". : l C ! rn .:: .'r -vPi :avv -, II y ll T.-Jt A d l-Mf ', Oh, i l J Sh ;.IVC m th-d IiP.'Sjlo-' la saoh a sweet way, The tin-ill of its 'jlsioiirj Entice! .a? to s::tv: To we kissed t'ul til.- morning Ca:n.? la with it. ji'T, For sh; iul every moment, -0, kiss '.:. and c;o !'' ford's Hotel. r:iii;;.-'.".,lS::.lf. : '. oiiibur r. I'.t. 0'a:e jso. a Coiu.i.uk- il-.'.v. Ail-as: S3. i:tf. (iif jl-iir-rf i ; 1 i N ! b! i V- certainly verv riiiatkable. fiv -:t;iiii j bays Socrates." :-:nv s-: vii-Jer t. Uer !-'il- dcr, :vfi i lay hoa-.i i" hec. vvc v,- .i? roai- ! invr tc'-th in a ho-'k. 1 t-lt, it i u. a sa...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 13 December 1860

I J S HI M It tl I it II f t r j.TOD IIUTCIIIXSOX, Publisher. I WOULD HATDER I3E IUGIIT THAN PRESIDENT. Uesry Clay. Ti: RMS: -! il 1 1; IU-N 9 THE PRESIDENT'S.MESSAGE. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and IIOL'SE OF lvEl'RESENTATIVES : Throughout the year, since our last meet ing the country has been eminently prosper ous 'in a'l its material interests. The general hi alth has been excellent ; our harvests have len abundant, and plenty smiles throughout belaud; our commerce and manufactures bare been prosecuted with energy and indus try, au'l have yielded fair and ample returns ; iu'shert no nation in the tide of time has pre siate'l a greater material prosperity than we Lave done, until within a recent period. Why iiit, tben, that discontent now so extensively prevails, "d the Union yf the States, which is tLe source of all these blessings, is threat en with destruction? The long eoutinucd i;:J intemperate iuterference of the Northern l..Ie with the question of slavery in the vuttu'ra...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 13 December 1860

tnora ought to he required ? The answer is, that a verj largo proportion of the people of the United States still contest the correctness of this decision, and never will cease from ag itation, mid admit its binding force until clear ly established by the people of the seeeral States in their iovercign character. Such au explanatory amendment would, it is believed, forever terminate the exiting dissentions, and restore peace mid harmony among the States. Jt ought not to be doubted that such au ap peal to tho arbitrament eatablishfld by the Con stitution, itself would be roceiued with favor by all the States of the Confederacy. In any t-Tent, it ought to be tried, in a spirit of con ciliation, before any one of the? States thail n.'parute theniselucs from the L'tiiou. FILLIBCSTERIMJ. &C When I entered upon the duties of the Pres idential offide, the aspect neither of our for eign nor domestic a flairs was at all satisfactory Vc were iuvolved iu dangerous complications with severa...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 13 December 1860

DECEMBER 13. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Etchings A company lias Local formed to bore for oil in the neigh- ',.-eo Jof Blairsvillc. Miss Louise E. i i t" nrtr liif'rii rt nn inn . - 1 I 1 .1 Witoy io uLllc. -roctry and Poets or America at jioiii- -The Johns- fiTnclesiJc Circle" has been revived I,r tlo printer. The Standard, in no- nbnut the naucitv of villi oul "" id boy? 1Q t"13 p"i::, boys mau iui; w iriTr lno-tri nf timr nr :t the trees haven t inclined as the twigs "W T -1 1 il A re bent I t"Cu "leans inai our grown ,p bulks have become considerably warped Vcm the original juvenile intention. If 4t editor should ever chance to visit "11 f 1 1 A. li "mountain village, we wouia suggest hit Le come Incog, after that. The a;on for buckwheat flippers is upon us. Tie principal ingredient of this truly de vious co:rUD1 we are sorry to say, is n:btfr scarce and very high-priced in this .v,jitv.- Judge Jones, of the Register, :JTi that he is not an applicant for the J;t-ctfice at llollidaysburg....

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 13 December 1860

If ) .1, i ' ? f 1 ' f 0 1 f.) i! "At it. 1i t'5 ' 1; V a-.. O 5' tifei N 2 45 5f A L. V All S. Street. Quick Drxivr-itir. About tea years ago, there livel near Cincinnati a family named Stringer. The clJjst sou, Jake, was a uiosit execeutrie genius. One day Lis mother said : "Jake, I want you to go to the store," j ford's Hotel li.ilf u mile diataut "and get " a quar ter' worth oi'bu ir, and a quarter's worth jt eoap. Jake roused himself up, brushed the whittling from his lap and started for ward oa his errand, lie did not return. Ten voars passed by, and no tidings were heard of the errand. Yesterday as the family were .sitting down to their Thanks giving dinner, the door opened and in came a tall, mtisd ached, go 1 looking man, with some bundles m his hand. It wu. j Jake Striuger. Ail me family sprang t. their ieet in astonishment, but the nioth and Jake were perfeetly cool. 'Mother," .said Jake "here's your su gar and soap." "Lay" them on the table and eat your dinuer," said Mrs...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 20 December 1860

V A f : N eO Br : I N s 1 fc:3 fits Li I WOULD EATIIER EE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. IIeniit Clay. t v v . " A l' T1 ' -I W W W WW W VOLUME 2. DIRECTORY. UST Or POST Oi l itLS. p .f,r,-ri. J'jst Musters. Districts 5 t reeK, -jo-scpn n r:ui;im, l oner. : ;.it;ou, Joseph S Mar. lis, lthtcklick. T - . ..1. .. -V- . 1 t ,:: !iio':i. e s prill :- i'r. . --ei.. r Tna-KT, :::''; i - p.-a'e' a, ;...i-:a a", ' ;'' UenjAium irtner, Carroll. D.iul. Litancr, Chc-it. John J. 7ro:te-ll, "Wnslii nt'ii . Mr.-. II. M'O-ue, Kbciisburg. Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, G-.illitzin. Win. M Gough, Wnsht'n. II. A. Ilo-fifs, Johnspwu. Wia. w inn, LoreLo. XI. WisV:n.f er, Coneiii';;h. A. D.irhiii, Minister. Frun. Ij Clcnont, Comms'jrh. Aaurow J. Fcrra! S u.-afhaii. G. W. How-man, White. Win. fly in. Sr., ClM.irfitl !. Ge-orfs Conrad, K ;ch ! .aid. 1... M W:i kt'n. V.'iu. Murray, Croylc. Miss M. - lib-spit- Wiisht'n. Andrew Uceh, r-.iiuci hilL .t . Ukv. 1. I!.!t:!i . Pa-'tor. it i-vvry H:tbAt:i iuor;ii;U :!...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 20 December 1860

JL ( , : j , 'i !,' V'V' V V vi . : 5 i - : , ! ; . ,, : U "I j j : 1 ... J i J i ' ' If. 1 J i - llllll mairr ok wko.'.j;. WRKJt HIGHT, TO 3K KLI-r Kir, HT, WHEN WBOXC, TO BE PI T RIGHT. i:nc.siu'itG. THURSDAY:: ::::lLOKMltKU 20. Payixo Promptly. Tha present cri sis is unlike that of '57, says the New York Independent, Then there wa no ruou ey in the country and no crops from which to realize anything to pay debts. Now there ia in reality plenty of money i. c, currency and plenty of everything with which to get money. The crops nev er were eo large, and business, up to a very recent date, never was better. Mer chants aud business men generally, there fore, never were in a better condition to pass thro'tgh a trial of their soundness than now, and they never were paying better. Very few failures have occurred thus far, and very few, it is believed, will occur. On all sides we hear of a fixed determination to pay, let the sacrifice be what it may. A few hundred" or thous ands of dolla...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 20 December 1860

THLTRSDAY:::y:K:::::::DECEMBEn 20. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Local Etchings. It is a foregone conclusion in our mind that in the matter of climate Ebensburg is rerj highly fa vored. In the Summer we have that cool atiJ refreshing breeze ever coming directly from the mountain-tops of the everlasting Alleghanies that health-giving nnd in vigorating breeze that is so sought after tv invalids. In Winter we have ah plenty of snow for sleighing purposes. Other places generally have only an occa sional skiff, of snow, which merely serves to create a desire for Luffalo-robes and tintinnabulatory fixins ; but we have an average of a foot deep of tho article from December the 1st to March the 15th. And bleighing is the salt and pepper of wintry existence. Besides this, we're going to have a railroad. When wo mention that Ebensburg likewise gives a Republican aajority, the reader can at once see how infinitely above other men we are favored. But we ain't proud, after all. While in our hearts we pity ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 20 December 1860

i ii 1 1 1 1 in lULiuiii i man ll fi Hi ill Bin II "I 111 I I f ' M 1 I .ha.!- " " i , I ' r , n j !::v;i Y f '; ! .1 ? j-!'-f . i " - , ,: : i - . : . V :. j ;.: ; j i . - :' !. ' ; s. s. is j v i5 ! h m .' . ! 'I A ! IV ' j f f a ' 1 f I i ) . ) r ; J j ?,?!f j - i I. . i - . , i t i I- a Mir3 cmii r.x H"- An Awful 2.1 i :::.':. Arrespvm dent of ths Columbus rf. 0.) tim :.. gives iu.. 4-. n . .,.,. r i,il-iifliolv Uliist r ; r ion oi III i Jll ni.if j tho iv.ift'i-ti-.ii -of ty.es. A young g the. uacerui:ii-of tyne. A young gMi- tlemai t;y tho iluii-j of Conkey having lv...n ii.i-r.i.l h.- tho h iv lt.,id-s of wedlock, Kent th.; m-imag.; n-ituv, with n versa of Lis o.vn ! ;.-.s:t;o:i, to t'uo printer lor oaYiie i:io.i, a- 1 I! ) V- : "MAiM!i::-At Ces'tam, July 2.5, A. v,nkev, V:-j., Attorney at Law. to Mi-s Em.'i.-Vi; Wiggins, both of (.l.nhaiu. L r. c- i l.l ii a", ia nf of hands Thai I'-.vU in .-ak-f t mcio.ty ; Tim , with it 4 r.vv.'os imparts n'.) bin r fa -.hoi i' its fcsUtcy...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 27 December 1860

hi I i- r 1-N 4M a k Whs arii oW mm s 5 j.TOX HUTCIIIXSOX, Inblls!icr. VOLUME DIRECTORY. fil'iUKJ EXPRESSLY FOIi FHS A LL ECJ a A N 1 A N . ,; rr or post omcua. Ct 4. Vi.' Metiers. Islfictt. Joseph Graham, Yoder. Joseph .S Marrtis, rdacklick Denjamiu WirU.er. Carroll. Daal. Lit.inger, Che: J. J it.' ':vc-k, f.;aci auuioa, '.-::'J3. J ohu J . Trost'Il, Mrs. II. il C.iue Wa.-kinl'li. bhe-usburg. While. C.ilii;;:in. 1 it-1-. i i. Isaac T limn psun J. M. Chri, Win. M'Gouvrh, II. A. l?o g-s V ta . ! v, , ;i ii , K. Wisi'llleT, .V . L1 j r u i n , Kra:; .-is Cleric n'. Andrew J. V..r:v.! G. V. Bowman. Wni. lUun. .""r., (iv.c.i 'vi Conrad, 15. M'i!iJ.;am, 'Win. Muruy, Mi-- M. GiiU'-j'it Audr-'.v Hock, Jok i-, wu. I..;l en... "(illl l!l g h. . i. u . 1 . Cnem -a. .-. .a i. A. i, '.itiue, v..: cif. Kici V.'.O i audi, it. nd. :i III. i! l-.-v, i a, C.o-.'.e. W:!-hl'n. t'lanicihill. G.i iUlllt'lHl'A, MSXZSTKHS, &c. "... ;.a:n.f every Sabbath m . ) r n i at I'' .; k. .hi .1 in tho evening '...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 27 December 1860

.I'M. t'M - .-J; ; ; , ; ' ! .1 ' '' ! '0 I I i . 1' t i i i- ' t "5 4 o ! t k 5 : 'i ; i . "V ; ! sVp: ' v,: :i V'.: ' : I- f . V";.iVi-'v Tlio ."a .2.3. o fiA xiA 23. - when ltmiir, to nii Km iuoiit, WIIES WRONO, TO BE PUT RIGHT. iz sit;. THUilSDAY:::u:::::::::lL:Ci:-MIU:U 27 Secession. Yos, they Lave on ; alas! each one of them Departed, every mother's son of theiu. The chivalry of South Caroliua are "some." They are indeed, aud in truth, aud in fact, a juecr people, especially "when they get istarted.'" It was they that made tlie important discovery, that, whenever one of the States of this Confed eracy didn't like the Union it could 'lave it." Washington, and Jerson, and Mad ison, and numerous other common men too numerous to mention, never dreamed of eueh a thing, much les thought of it. The idea of Secession was peculiarly and appropriately the idea of the chivalry of South Carolina. They erot it into their heads about thirty years ago, and have never since gut it out again. ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 27 December 1860

IJL clisD Y;::"kk:: :::::: D ECEM H E R 27. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Local Etchings. In this season of ..uost universal rejoicing, let ua gently aiai our readers that there is a dark . e to every picture. While you may be 4ing ia H"1 f plenty, others . j doubt are painfully eking out their cx xtence to make the two ends meet. We, n the country, are not so much subject to :ht extremes of Fortune as in large towns iisi cities, yet there may be eome who Ited the kind offices of the charitably dis J. Think of this, ye who have enough xd to spare. A man named Warner, hi!e engaged in attending a threshing lAcliiu-;. in the neighborhood of George ,:l!tt, Indiana county, a short time siuce, r aS instantly killed by the cylinder of the Liachiuo bursting and striking him. A :;krer on the Kbensburg and Cresswi T'.ai!roaJ, named Thomas Donahoe, had . 5 shoulder-bone broken on Saturday last. he fracture was successfully reduced by ?:. K. S. Rutin. A revival isj in pro- ro;s in the Methcdist church at ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 27 December 1860

i .I'L J ;t. j I . I; I t 7 ,. ' p: r p - ' '! 'a- 8 tiie ae.i,i:giiaiay r 1 7 1 i ! Si f. DV 3i 7 .3 f 5' (; -if 1 1 v i L : CHRIST AIA.S. BiC. rin Christmas bell, Oat on the dear dr chine ; And gather lvera and wabic -is, As they did of the olden time. See how ths Yule log blazes; Bed, red grow ths l53ie3 cheeks, 11 that shall not be aa arris this year, Will the livat one bo t!i fU'.-v'-. A URAUAH KOi'FLIN, Attounei' A at Law, Johaituwu, Pa. Office on Maiu ai.oC-t. fu:.-.'S,1359-tf. 1 1. MUIUIAY, Arums ey at .Law, Vy ivj.'U ;bu:-i', l'u. 0:lk-c opposite Criw-fvii-i iiutl. " jiu'.'j:,lbW.tf. JUL lit DUN S. It ill: V, Atto:inly at Lav, uetuburir, I'a. Odice in LiOu:i-ii; l-.ow. August 23, lciiiJttf. Westers Puimca. 1 jou sap port Abo liine'iln if" "No sir I" . , tj "Do von sappovt DjuIas if Nosirl" , . "AV' tt ! Di you Bapp-Ji t Lreekiii- ..v., a;'." Kli.viti'.l thoscre-iuior, 4L sup- Pvt, 11 RJul tl. children, :; ! -1!IAVvLi:SW YlXGAlli,AriviiNEY V- at La .-, Lock Haven, Chatou cou...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 January 1861

A j xoDlVni'TCHIXSOX, Publisher. t s-.oo is::s am I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT . Henry Clay. VOLUME 2. DIRECTORY. EXPRESSLY FOR ''THE ALLEGII M AN. Mr or post ornccs. .1,-i-c JlliUrs. Iftitrtcts. perk. Joseph Graham, Voder. Joseph S Mardis, Placklick. Pctijamin Winner, Carroll. Paul. Litanger, Chest. John J. Troxell, 'Washint'n. Mrs. II. M Cague, Ebensburg. Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. .:.j-.v:i, 'auber, ., Win. M'Uough, Washt'n. ,a:i. II. A. Hoggs, Johnst'wn. .- j V;u. IJwinn, lairetto. ,il I'uiat. K. Vissingr, (.' oncm'gh. '.' ,-.:Ti A. Purbiti, Minister. . Francis Clement, Conem'gh. '".-...he, Andrew J. Ferra! SusiFbaii. . , (!. W. Rowman, White. . : ".-tiue, Win. Ryan, Sr., Clearfield. . i Level, lii'ur ConruJ, Richland. , V . Is. MColgan, Wadiln. . , Win. Murray, Croylo. v ; ;T Miss M. Ciilk-spie. Washt'n. Andrew Rock, S'uuucrhiil. ciii iit'si::., ministers, i-i-IH Rtv. I). tUusisox, Pastor. , every Sabbath 1:10 ruing at 10 J ':. ;.ud in the evenin...

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