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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 7 March 1867

A Calculating Bridegroom. I've krown pome very mean men in my time. Thcro Deacon Overreach; now he always carried a hen in his grg-box whcrJ he traveled, to pick up the oats hia horse iTastf 1 in the manger, and lay an egg for his breakfast in the morning. And then there tras lingo llimmelman, who made hia wife dig potatoes to pay for the mar riage license. I must tell you thnt tory of Hugo, for it is not a bad one, and good stories, like potatoes, ain't neaviy is plenty as they used to be wher I r-a j boy. Hugo i3 a neighbor of mine, Jhough considerably older than I be, and a mean neighbor he is, too. Well, when he was goicg to get married to Gretchen Kulp, he goes down to Parson Rogers, at Pigbv to get a license. j "Parson," said he, "what's the price of a license V "Six dollars," said he. "Six dollars!" said Hugo, "that's a dreadful siht of money ! Couldn't j ou tukclo-s?" "Xu," euid he, "that's what they cost Jiie ul the Secretary's office at Halifax." "Well, how much do'you ax ...

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. — 14 March 1867

' ;-'-- - - - ' - - - , . - - ii-ii ' nir .. '"'' " " " ' -' ....... ; , - xniiiiim'cnv Tllf nr. M. J " OLUME 8. nLUAM KITTELL, Attorney t ,L,3vj - - tDl Uuarj 24, 1S67. tffNLON, Attorney at Law, j. Office opposite the Bank. jan24 0BGE M. READE, Attorney at " Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonnade Row. jan24 p. TIERXEY, Attorney at Law, l.pr.sbure Cambria county, Pa. t-Office in Colonnade Row. . jan2-i 1VSTOX & SCAN LAN, Attorneys atl-a-w, Ebensbntg, Pa. V-nfico opposite the uoun uouoc 4;obsston. fjan24 J. . SCAKLAX. h T ,-TVi-iT I'Tv v)-n-w "PnK. I - - i Tl T)m v,o F.bensbunr. Pa. t. wpot nf Foster's TIo- .cecums. , - J"- UlES cTeASLY, Attorney at Law, OrroJI.'own, (Jaruona county, a a. Architectural Brewings and Specifi- aJe. Uau- J. WATERS, Ju-tice of the Peace and Scrivener. Office adjoining dwelling, on Tleh tt., burg, lf7-6m K1NKEA T Justice of the Peace, nr. ! Claim Airent. p0!fice removed to the office former!. td by M. Hasaon, tsq., on niKu sirrc., U; tJan31-fim "aTsHO...

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. — 14 March 1867

THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1867. "Constitution Tinkering." The AUeghanian favors a Convention to amend oar State Constitution, and suggests four improvements to that instrument: 1. Transfer all special legislation to the Courts. 3. Extend the right of suffrage to skedad ' tilers, and take it from those who work at the rolling mill but a few days before elec tions. 3. Insert a provision against the purchase - of the legislature by Simon Cameron or "any other man." 4. Give the ballot,, to the negro. Freeman. The proposition which The AUeghanian , made in regard to special legislation was for "some constitutional guard against the vast and expensive amount of special leg islation enacted at each sitting ol the Legislature" which the Freeman con ; torts to suit its own purpose of miarepre- - sen tat ion. In regard to its declaration that "an amendment for this very purpose was adopted in 1864, and is now part of the Constitution," we answer by quoting the amendment, which reads : "No bill shal...

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. — 14 March 1867

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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. — 14 March 1867

S2S The Clotiies Line Telegraph. -In the early part of 1SG3, when the Uuioa army was encamped at Falmouth and picketing the Rappahannock, the utmost tact and ingenuity were displayed by the scouts and videttes in gaining a knowlede of contemplated movements on cither side, aai here, as at various other times, the shrewdness of the African camp attendants was very remarkable. One circumstance, in particular, shows how quick the race are in the art of com municating by signals. There came into the Union lines a negro from a farm on the other side of the liver, known by the name of Pabnev,who was found to possess a remarkably c!eaj knowledge of the topography of the whole region; and he was employed as cook and body servant at headquarters. Y.'hen he firt-t saw our systems of army telegraph?, the idea interested Lim intensely, uud he begged the operator to erplaiu the signs to him. They did so and found that ho could understand and remember 'he mean ing of the various movements as well...

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. — 21 March 1867

a lid! chl 4 raj til .81 es E. f:rs out tt . a ne ci: J i r g in'TCIIIXSOIV, Publisue r. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hkkby Clay." 1)LUME 8. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1867. YtUVM KITTELL, Attorney at hTyjrELON, - Attorney at Law, Woffice opposite trie Bank. ' ;- jan24 ;0KGE M IEAD.E, . Attorney at Law. Ebensbure. Pa. U Office in Colonnade Row. . - .jan24 Watching lor Pa. p. TIEfiNEY, Attorney at Law, TTipnsburc' Cambria county." Pa. Ucfice in Colonnade Row.' jan24 fjSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, l'a. Office opposite the Court House. nuiiTON. rin24l J. B. SCANLAN. " . a MUS SINGLETON, Notary Pub- jf lie, Ebensbnrg, Pa. ice cm Higa ""i wesi 01 osl" "- U Tr-r J1ES C. EASLi , Attorney at iaw, Cnrroffow", Cambria county, Ta. Architectural Drawings and Specifi- 3 rnaae. . . u J J. WATERS, Justice of the Peace and Scrivener. L OSes adjoining dwelling, on High st.j :nrp, Ta. ' Lteb -t.nl K1XKEAD, Justice or the Peace and Claim Agent. Office removed to...

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. — 21 March 1867

THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1867. A Dht Eating Consul. It is well known that some months ago (it is said at tho dictation of President Johnson) Wm. II. Seward, Secretary of State, sent to the various consuls and ministers of the United States resident in Europe, on the strength of a letter received from one "Wm. II. M'Cracken, who at tbe time was traveling in Europe, an inquisitor? epistle inquiring if they had indulged in any remarks derogatory of the President or that condemned his "policy." Although many humiliating if not craven replies were received from our representatives abroad in answer to the inquisition of the President, that from Charles II. Upton, consul at Geneva, Switzerland, is fairly and by great odds entitled to bear the palm. Cousi'l Upton first "passes over" the assertion that he is a "common drunkard." He seems to be willing that he should be considered a victim to his cups; he can bear up under that charge, and for sake ot his dignity treats it with ihe contempt ot sil...

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. — 21 March 1867

:::::MARCH 21. jflUBSDAY:::::: LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ebensbueo and Cresson Railroad. On and after Monday, Nov. 19, 1866, trains tbijro&d Trill ran as follows: ItAVE EBENSBURQ it 6 05 A. M., connecting with Day Exp. . " East and Bait. Exp. West, it T 00 P- M., connecting with Phila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. .xVe Cbesson it8i0A-M- or on.departuro of Bait. Express West. , ' . p', or oa. departure of Phila. fjpress East. . rorsr' Proceedings. Following is sa abstract of the Court proceedings for tha second week : WmM. Cooper & Co. vs. George B. Wjke and N. S. George ejectment. Ju ry find for defendants. H. J. Paul vs. Isaao Wike, Bernard galligan and George B. Wike eject gent. Plaintiff becomes non suit. James F. Devlin vs. J. W. Brady pmmons case in asiumpsit. Defendant tonfflsses judgment to plaintiff in the sum of $125.00. . WpVTrexler vs. David Trexler and ! liendon ejectment.. Jury find tor deieudanls. Peter Kijlor vs. Jeremiah Noonan appeal. Jury find for defendant. .M...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 March 1867

Excitement in a Ciacuts. A number of jearsr ago, when Michigan was a new country, in .Livingston county, town of , there lived a fatuilj by the name of Clayton and ooe called Perkins, also as well as a great many others. Pet Clayton was a tall, fine-looking fellow a noblo specimen of our backwoodsmen, " Standing six feet two in his stockings. Pet had taken a shine to Miss Sllie Per kins, aud it wa3 a well known faot that they were engaged ; but the uay when the knot was. to be tied had not vet been divulged. In the month of August, 1844, June's Circus caino through this part for the first time ; and in fact it was the first circus that had ever visited this town, and there were a' great many people that had uevcr ieen one. "When the important day arrived, the town was filled to overflowing with a motley crowd, and of course every .young fellow had "his gal." Among them was Pet with his Sal. Now Pet wanted to get married on the coming Christmas, but Sally wished to have it put off un...

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. — 28 March 1867

'-'tXiTTirTcTiiA Tr IIITCIIIXSOX, Publlsuei OLUME 8. fT"rI LllA-1 - ' -.-..nt j IV Eben.burg, Fa. rffESLO'S, Attoriiey at Law, !.-?-C--'e opposite tte Bank. jan24 COKGE M. I1EADE, Attorney at ir Law, Ebensburg, Pa. rOi'-e ia Colonnade Row. jjanJ-l p. TIERNEY, Attorney at Law, Elerisbnrg, Cambria county, Fa. 05c e in Colonnade Row. jan2-t HNSTOX & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebenstarg, Pa. ;; STOSi. j--lJ J. i. SCANLAS. ,MT EL SINGLETON, Notary Pub- . " -Poctc'a TT.- jaa2 I- "TAAIhS - - 7 i-p. i ,'.V.--ev-;-ril Drawings and Specifi- J. WATERS, Justice cf the Peace It and Scrivener. v?-C--:e adjoining dwelling, on High St., rr. Pa." jtb'-Cni T K1NKEAD, Justice of tte Peace and Claim Arent. ce re: jred o the o5ce fcrm erl .j ; f H.isson. Eso.. on Il'ch street, Fa. jan31-em I " 'tnirM AKF.ll. Attorney at 1i ....... , y , " La'. ELeusburg, Pa. fVi-ui.ir attention paid to collections. ,',.r c-e door east of Lloyd A Co. '3 -fcuiL SINGLETON, Attorney at n Liw, E;?r.Urg, Fa. OSce on High ...

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. — 28 March 1867

THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1867. Fairness Again! Tn another column we give the leading editorial of last week's Freeman, word for word and letter for letter, in order that our readers may see two things the rage of a liliputian King Lear, and the unfair course and seemingly studied, though characteristic, misrepresentations of the Freeman. As a single specimen of the resorts to which our neighbor is put in order to maintain his position with a show of plausibility, wo give the following in stance, in which that paper succeeds to perfection in so garbling our language as to hide its meaning as completely as the advocate of any bad cause could desire : The AUeghanian said, "That the perma nent disfranchisement of those unfortu nate, deluded men who fled the country or remained in hiding places to escape the draft will be seriously proposed, we rannot ay, though we hope not;" and the Freeman, as the reader may see, in its econd attempt to (mis) quote our words, puts but four of them in quotat...

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. — 28 March 1867

enl J. roi It v. Ba:::::::::::::::::::MARCH 2?. Vlldi Bl!lSBCBO AND CRESSON RAILhOAD. j after Monday, Not. 19, 1866, trains V.i road will run as follows: tlVx Ebexsburo .. 05 K. connecting with Day Exp. Fast and Bait. Exp. West. oo p connecting with Phila. Exp. East an J Mail Train West. tiVl CressoS I 40 A M- or on dePartur of Bait. A TrtssWest. .1 tim kX liirtsi East. 0Tict- Two more numbers will com ittthe first three months of the re-issue The AUeghanian. According to our those paying their subscription e three months from the date of be lling subscribers, will receive the paper $2.00 per year ; those delaying pay eat beyond that time will be charged an race on these figures. "o PPr "ill be sent outside the State ft longer period than three months un- ji pail for. oca DaAWER. Our correspondence L YucTsd of late to such a fearful Mume that e are -again compelled, as a itter of econooy a postage stamp ea d is a postage stamp gained to answer jae. of the letters through these col j...

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. — 28 March 1867

EE .An Unfortunate' Stranger. "Can you tell we," said a stranger to a pentle lnan in a ball room, "who that lady is, iit&r the second widow that very plain looking lady V .'That is iny sister," sir," replied the person addressed, with a very formidable look. "No, no, I don't mean her," said the unfortunate interrogator, "T mean that ngly woman leaning against the piano; there's about as much expression in her lace as in a bowl of bonny clabber." "That, sir, is my wife." "No, no," gasped the miserable Gran ger, the perspiration starting from every pore. "Good gracious! I wish I could make you understand mc ! I mean that blear-eyed object in the pink ilk, the one bo aveful homely. I should be afraid she would splinter a locking-glass by looking into it. There, she is looking at U3 now." "That, sir," said ths gentleman, with fierce calmness, "is my oldest daughter." .The 6trangcr darted from the room and cleared the premises as though he had been struck with a preeentimeut that a p...

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. — 4 April 1867

IHTTCIIINSOX, Editor. g. IHITCIIIXSOX, Publlslie OLUME 8L 0 5! V )0 YTl Wtt KITTELL, Attorney at 1 iatp, Ebensburg, Pa. '' oi 1S67. liBAlJ- TfJfiNLON, Attorney at Law, uu Ebenaburg, Pa: jrQftce opposite tbe Bank. " jan24 2 . , vypj M. KEADE, Attorney at C ' Law, Ebensburg, Pa. OrEce in Colonnade Row. . jan24 rpTriERNEY, Attorney at Law, 30 CD OtJ I ,f i 14 t e t I tyOce in Colonnade Row. jan24 QNSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, jjueuiuuif;, Lr Office opposite tbe Court House. rioHSSToa. jan24 J. s. scaslAs. UUEL SINGLETON, Notary Pub lic Ebensburer, Fa. JLceeaHiga street, west of Foster's Ho- 1V AJESCFASLY, Attorney at Law, Carromon-n, Uimoria county, ra. J. WATERS, Justice of the Peace anil Scrivener. L-Olce adjoining dwelling, on High st., ;:burT, I'll- - KINKEAD, Justice of the Peace and Claim A cent. fc-Office removed .o tbe office formerl.) r' . . T I .-. n n T7 r- ii rr TTJnrTi ctrpft. Surs", .Jan316ia rjTsnOEMAKEK, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. irticular attention paid...

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. — 4 April 1867

SCxo Alio g:13lo.xx,xx, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1867. The Observance or Sunday. One of the tenets of tbo earlj New England colonists, moat religiously obser ved by tbem both publiclj and privately, wasa total cessation from all labor, gave that of the most obvious necemty, on the day kept by the great generality of adherents to the Christian religion as the weekly anniversary of the resurrection of the Savior. Their practice, in this respect was never dissented from by those who from time to time broke from their teachings in other points of faith or custom. The majority of the people in the -Colonies noT known as the Middle nd the Southern States, observed the tday with barely less cesfatnn from all secular employment than was to be found in New England. As the Eastern States sent their emigrants, anxious tu ameliorate their condition, to people the prairies of the West, they carried with them the strict regard they had learned in their youth for this best of all anniversary days. Thus ...

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. — 4 April 1867

mm m r- - - - 1 1 o i no -"" ps5AY::::::::::::::::::::::::::APRITj 4. LOCAyND PERSONAL ''tjlSSBCBO AND CRESS0N RAILROAD. . -m.miAav. Nov. 19. 1866. trains fris road "m run " fo1I)W" s l1 A. v. connecting with Day Exp. At East and Bait. Kxp. West. - no Mm connecting with Phila. Exp. A ' East and Mail Train West. ,.V. Cbesson ; tA . .a or oa departure of Bait, r.nreaa West. . a 40 T. U or on 3epf ture of Phila. kX Express East. .. H jjAtfKANDA. It was ascertained by 5 1 eta measurement, last week, that the ,tcw in Qe woods in this neighborhood is t mo feet deep. The balmiest brceze3 iat Apr11 can Put oilu uwjf to melt it all. ...It is expected that ,je new English Lutheran churcn in Johnstown will be ready lor dedication taut the first of May. When finished, . -ill bavo cost over $jv,uvu.... ine .3li have been placed by the v earner ;erk under a strong mud biocicaae....ii 'ieius pleasure to note that Mr. James i-;n of Johnstown, has been commis- Lnij ...Ttieeor four subscription schoo...

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. — 4 April 1867

Good ton -Fouty" Tunes. A SEefbj, Indian's, paper' says' : Organs in churches h&vo become very fashionable of late. In almost every cbnrcb you go into, you will find one of these instruments. -'A iricnd of ours, who Uvea in a neighboring villagbhas related to us an amusing in cident in this, connection -which occurcd in their church. To be in fashion, they concluded they znust have an organ. ' The, congregation could Dot 'afford to pay an organist, so they got a selt-actiog organ, a compact instrument, well buited to the jmrpose, and constructed to play forty tunes. The eexton had instructions how to set it &o ing, and how to stop it; but, unfortu nately, he forgot the latter part .-of his business. Sunday came, and the choir sans four verses of a hymn, but the organ could not be stopped, and continued play ing two verses more. Then, just as the clergyman had completed the words, "let us pray," the organ gave a click and started on another tunc. .The sexton assisted by the m...

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. — 11 April 1867

,nnjl 111 itUlAJUJ, JL.U11UI rirTCmXSOX. Publisher. I WOULD HATKEE EE EIGET THA3? PILES 1D -.Y CLAT. .e.U 13 ADVANCE. ME 8. EBENSBURG. PA;,- THURSDAY, APRIL U, 1807. - - e3 n UVM KITTELL, Attorney at A ijt, Ebensburg, Pa. . TSiT. l ' t-it i n . rL-e rmosite te Bank.- rj&Ti2-i IQZIE M. READE, Attorney at T Law, Ebensburg, Pa. jjC'i"e in Colonnade Et'F. ris.rA4 v TIERNEY, Attorney -at--T Er ensburg, Cambria county, P - -J-V ce in Colonnade P.ov. " - f3E"S TON" I" SCANLAN. Attor j Ofr.ce opposite the Court Hcuse.- - f iVVEL SINGLETON, Notary I.e. Lreusnurg. i a. ,. ... r- .jL street, west cf Poster' LAti. Jit - ?v Cambria r rural Prav: ' A1XRS, Jastic and Scrlver e F -ce EIXKEAI), Justice and Claim Ag CZ-.e removed .o the i . . r M. Eas5on, Esq., the I'c-ce ce J.nCl- SHOEMAKEIl, Attorney at Latr, Ebeiiburg, Pa. r tf.ettioa paid to collections. e coor east o: i-ioc s l c a i.i: to-5 iauT4 fA.MrEL' SINGLETON, Aucrner j Istr. I;,fs-; urg, Ta. OfLce on Ilig t ;. vts: uf Foster's Hotel....

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 11 April 1867

THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 186T. The Democratic Party. The ecstssy of the Democratic party, orer it recent victory in Connecticut, teems to be uoboaaded. The cackling of a hundred hens after their first achieve ment in laying eggs, varied by the crowing of rejoicing chanticleers, is nothing com- pared to it. Visions of a Democratic President, a Democratic Congress, Demo cratic Governors of the Northern States, and Legislatures of the same faith, rise before them and make each member of the "unterrified" feel as sure of a foreign mission or a post office as though he had his commission for it in Lis pocket. Bat human hopes are often vain. 'Tis a pity for Connecticut. How without 6tiot she has been abused, called all sorts of harth names, rated with Massachusetts for fanaticism, and threatened with the for mation of a new Union of whioh she and her sister New Eugland Statea would compote no part, simply because she has hitherto been for the war and the princi ples that gave it character and ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 11 April 1867

fek"DAY::::::::::::ii"i::i"AlRIL 11. linC A" i unit & a iiii) to1 HIKIBS'-TBI" AT AH IKD GOOD IS UXUI.OCX, JJfO PLITT OF TEIM WKATHia. AC. Hkmlock, .4jrtZ 8, 1867. in J 1 In, coal miners have gone to work , and business is active, and idle men S Ccroe F., Rowing jour readers the business 1 ,ter of tbis community, I would say i L&TA ices iuiu iuui uvicu iu ill tide jBCceaeiu uptruiiuu. iuc Lt of 19 Sltuate near tbe station the Minns' Home, . Mr. It. Detling, r;eWr. Under Mr. D.'a efficient Ljgeajent, it will give satisfactiou to iis&J or thirsty mortal, lne next l,e Union House, Mr. Otto Hoelle pro- I . . 1 i. i! J .1. - "0CS SDOVQ uie eiauuu, iuu uo me jjj of Bear Rock Run. It will prove r - . . Jbi resort lor sporting characters in of troat or game, -lne twra w ia tbe Tillage, at the foot of the Mr. John Wilkin proprietor. usioe and pJeetJ o ct and drink il keo man ',ve lcu kse coming sS Jet Mr. W.'s care oS 10 lonS tb. Ls' wougn Dy no means least, Uj fia Laurel Rua Exc...

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