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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 January 1861

Wnii . " itsia i' ok ivii. WHK.V KlyJlT, TO KK KKPrilUJilT, WHKN WROSC, TO EE TIT UIOHT. claim of the party to whoui such service or labor may be due," but eays that, "the legislative ami judicial action of Pengyl vauia, whether as a colony, a member of the old confederation, or under the exist ing Constitution of the United States, has beeu almost iuvariably influenced by a proper appreciation of her own obligations, and by a high regard for tho rights, the feelings and the interests of her sister States." Tlie Hationul Crisis. THURSDAY::: ::::::::: JANUARY 10. Some ten or twelvo.days ago, Major Anderson who held possession of Fort Moultrie, successfully performed the da ring feat of evacuating that fort and ta king possession of Fort Sumpter, a much a ' a' . a ni 1 There is no use crying "Peace ! Peace I" ! ron?er lonmcauon, situate iu v.narieston naruor. jielore leaving, he spiked the TIic i tsis. when there is no Peace. South Carolina and her sister States seem determined to plu...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 January 1861

rJANUARY 10. " LOCAL AND PERSONAL Little Talk. With a few more number, The AUeyhanian will have at uiDeJ Z001 olJ aSe of eighteen icoutb9, otherwise one and a half years. It is stratifying to know that we have long since passed that point of our existence ffTCn doubts were entertained that we f;,jU be able to weather the weather . It i eratifyiugi we say, to know that we have lived down the "ephemeral" dodge. But find, by referring to our books, that a poJ'v number ot our subscribers have thus far sailed in our canoe without pay ;D' their passage. Thia is not as it should fc. This is the beginning of a new year, jhJ we wculd like to have our patrons Lik us square in the face Therefore, iose of our patrons who arc not the pos itisors of our receipt will confer a favor fcv -socking up" without delay. For their benefit we would state: The indebtedness uf those who have taken our paper from the start is 3.00 up to No. 20 ; or :J.7o u the cud of Volume 2. Scud along the l:i;cv. frieuds, ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 January 1861

0 . ! ' ' J 4'": ! r.l o ' .- f i TI1C AI,L.ECiIlAAlA7 i r i ; 0 t 1 ' i. 1 s 8 if I -i I 1 " l - fJ i . i :: t. "Father" Muguire, of Pittsburg, was, many years axo, very popular, both iu his private and ministerial life, with all classes and denominations, lie was a geui.il ana warm-hearted old Irishman, fond of a joke, and the following was one of several go.d ones on himself, which he relUheJ very much in toiling: He va riding out on tho 0'itler road one hot susuiuor's day, when he stoj.pv.i. at a house by the wayido to ;;ct a driiik of water and" r.t jiwiiile. While in -on-versition with the woman of the; house, he picked up a lJiblo and asked her if she read it edteii. j v.--," .-die replied, '"I have reau it tluvi-di ultjn." And do von understand all you read in "it, mv u"od w-vlvui s i 1 the Father. "Ves I la." she aaswered. "Well," said he, -I have been reading rail stu Ivin- it ail my life, and I find a great, deal iu it which I cannot under-stan-a. . . Well," paid she, '-i...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 January 1861

1 A a IS lll j TOUU Hl'TCIlIXSOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. TERMS: ( sa.oo ii:r awi.'jj. 51.dO IX ADVAXt'C. VOLTJM E DIRECTORY. fSifiK" KXPRE3SLY FOR "THE ALLEGHANIAS.' LIST, OP POST OFFICES. i'ott OjKce. j-uu's Creek, deilu-1 sutiou, I'arrolltown, I'lieiJ Siriug5, Eotfiiiburn-islu-M Timber, Gill!"''"! lieailook, Johnstown, Mineral Point, lUaster, I'ersli'miJ, pUitviile, Augustine, i.i Level, j:i'.il.tn. Suiuuitfrhill, j immit, W.Iiuore, Post Matters. Districts. Joseph Graham, Yoder. Joseph S Mardis, Blacklick. Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Daul. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, Washint'u. Mrs. H. M'l'ague, Ebensburg. ' Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, GalliUiu. Win. M'Uough, Washt'n. 11. A. Dojjxs, Johnsfwn. Win. Gwinn, Loretto. E. Wissinger, Conem'gh. A. Durbin, Munstcr. Francis Clement, Couem'gh. Andrew J. Ferral Susq han. G. W. Bowman, White. Win. Ryan, Sr., Clearfield. George Conrad, Richland. B. M'Colgan, Washt'n. Win. Murray. Croyle. M...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 January 1861

JUL r f. ! t : ' ' ill "' .' ! V, ,u ... . "V 1 ' '0 1 I 1 0 v J'. ?5: "1. J i J! ii- i i X 1 Still TEsey o. .V V iV. S r -rv ?H.V KIU'.IT. TO BE KEPT BIGHT, WUES WBO.VG, TO BE PIT P.ICIIT. THURSDAY: :::::::::::JANII.Y IT Our ."Valiusial Crisis. TLEAOX COXSTMM ATED ! T.E1X FORCE JIEXTS TO rOKT SUMPTEn FIUEDOX! South Carolina is no longer alone in her glory or infamy, as you take it. On Friday, Jauuary 11th, the ordinance of secession, declaring Alabama out of the Union, was patted, amid the firing of guns, ringing of belli, and other extrava gant manifestations of rejoicing. On the same day, the ordinance of seces sion declaring Florida out of the Pniou was passed. The United States arsenal at Chattehoochee, (Fla.) has been seized by by order of the Ciovcruur of that State, under the pretext that the United States officer intended to remove the arms. The secession ordinance declaring Mis ssisatpp out of the Union was also passed the same day. Irom Louisiana vc have news that Ways an...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 January 1861

i I. . rrtko AUoglitulan. XnURSlXY::::i::::::::::irANU AB Y 17 . LOCAL ftWD PERSONAL Little Talk. With a few mora numbers, Ths AUe$hnln will have at to'nal syyl olJ a'5 of eighteen months, otherwise one and a half Tears. It cratifyin.s to know that we have lung juice passed that point of our existence i(n doubts were entertained thit we TfouU bo able to weather tho weather. It is irratitjinfr, we say, to know that we have ! lived clown tho "ephemeral docile. But find, by referring to our books, that a tonal V iiuniher ot our subscribers have thus far sailed in our canoe without pny- wz their passage. 1 ins is not as it should to. This is the beginning of a new ear, j nijj we wculd like to have our patrons l.nik us sqvare iu the face Therefore, Lose of our patrons who are uot the pos sessors of our receipt will confer a favor Lv"so(kingup" without delay. For their beuetit wo would state: The indebtedness t'f those who have taken our papier from the start is S3. 00 up to No. 2G ; or 6...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 January 1861

f I f ,1 i II I i t , i v I i 'f M.1 i M Ajoxt, Anderson. Major Robert Au leron, U. t5. A., the cjuiiuander of Fort JSumpter, was born in September, 1310, and graJa.a.:eJ with high honor at West Point July 1, 1S35, the date of his coui misoion as Second Lieutenant in the Third lleginent. lie served iu the Rlack Hawk war, and in 1833 wad assistant instructor and inspector at West Point. In 1833 he became Aid-de-camp ti Major General ioott, aud in the following year published Instruction!! for Field Artillery, Horse and Foot, arranged for the service of the United States." '"For gallantry and sue - ... , , . ., fc. J . . Ku.wriu 11111(1 tif'r, in i Fit tt .i r ' Florida Indians," be received the brevet tf captain, bearing date April 7, 1833. July 7, 1S38, he became Assistant Adju tant General with the rank of Captain, which he relinquished subsequently to being promoted to a captaincy in his reg iment, 18-11. Iu March, 1847, he was with the Third rcginieut of artillery, in the army of...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 January 1861

"s t. hf 0 Ci P f 4Pv I Si if?" Est tY-Vi iT Mi I t3 Kh to;U Ili'TC'IIIXSOS, &"ublis!ier. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. II en it y Clay. .o i:n Axxi .u. T C IVAii: jjrjl r4 ,'; M ii, m r T" 1J DIRECTORY. ;.:'isK.-:sLY ror i UK AI.LKOIlAN'IA-S. xst or post orritLS. '.' -V. ister. lt--:.-tru. Joseph Graham. Yodvr. Joseph S .M:u-Jis, 11 Sack lick Bi-nj.uuin W'u tut-r; Carroll. D.ml. L;t.'.M- r, :iiHrt. John J . Truxull, Mrs. II. M'Ca;,-'U, J. M. Cliriiiy, V.'iii. M'Gojgb, II. A. Uos, W 111 . it V ! U 11 , A. D'.n'oiii. Fr i': :'is Cirineat. A-idie-.v J. Fcnul G. 'A'. Uosvm in. Y:n. I:":mi, Sr., Georir : .'"'' W Iv V. G mil ). shurg. :e. i . . in . L'.i'-"i Wi-sl.fi-.. Jl.lll! - i" Wtl. L O ' L' i k . M i-u.-ii r. Glr.:.lli--H. ni.i.;.u. !. V;ti:t'ti. Wiisiit'n. :r.tl i'oiii'. .H - M-in . 1). r,i-::':.'.;, !'-'..?..r.-:ih!.;.lh :'eini!:.r' t !'. ; .; i i evi-rv ; - I I . :u 1 in till' e . am-; .- .ol 1 , 1,.' K. A. M r, ; ...: ...; 'I .'' aer iu tlnv.-e. P.ev : l'roaL-'ain...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 January 1861

-11- I .7 i, lit i 1 i I h'ii . : ; . i i v i 5i ? -1. f .: I i ' ; ; Va 1 . 1 As i tav rfrw UIG5ST Oil WaOSG, TT.MEV RIGHT. TO BE KEPT IU'iBT, WROSG, TO lili PUT RIGHT. ishcd to Jay, the mail servico discontinued and the Postmusters throughout tho coun try directed by ibe IVistoiiice Department i to send all letters addressed to 1 ensaeola to the dead letter office. This course is adopted iu eonscuuence of tlie interception of tho mails by the authorities of Florida. Tlie Tolce ff He illy Clay. Law and Order. THURSDAY:: rJAM'AKY 24 Gov. Curtin's Inaugural. Oa our outside this week we publish tho Inaugural Address of Gov. Curtin. de livered at Harriiburg, on Tuesday, lath inst. It is an able documeut, and we commend it to the careful perusal of our readers. The question uppenuu.it in the uiind of the American people to-day is. Have we a Government law? stitutiou the organic law of the land, to be maintained by the authority of the Government, and, if need be, by the con centrated fo...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 January 1861

- - -Too ::: JANUARY 24. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. L0GALKTB3. The days are getting Continues exoeuem me sieiguiug uere. Xbe pubKcatioa oi the Huntingdon Vot ha3 been discontinued. Sorry. Votice directed to the Railroad ad ,tUeincnt elsewhere in to-day's paper. Chapter twenty-nine of Jonathan Old . tt;. irr nf Cambria Countv refera VjCfcS iii-'J ---- - j a Gallitzin. Read it. XLrc-a orsanized companies of Johns ..ffa men are now engaged in the oil bus- buckskin portmonnaie containing a r ullkevwas found yesterday. The owner can"'10 lt J - p;Er). On Monday, lil'th inst., an m Vjt son ot Edward and Ann Owens, aged .Vjut one week. p:i:D On Friday, 15th inst., Mrs. Mvbt. wife of Robert Roberts, of Johns- -trn. PiED On Tuesday, 22d inst., Mrs. j Elizabeth, wife of Arthur Storm, of i iumuiitville. The Johnstown Zouaves have tendered ftir services to the Governor to aid in justaiainz the Constitution and the laws cf the Federal Government. Tie Juniata Rifles, of Hoilidaysburg, sl.-T.tt'l a resolu...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 January 1861

1 -ami 7) v) 4 i 1 : U . : V I I' : u 1,1 b i WlIAT PA'JSIDiiM- FlLLMCSS DID. Some ten year, ago y aa escliange, Whits iio.Mi?. South Car -ot up her f j). MUIfitAY, AttoRXKY at Law, tece-sion in r.wnotit because GViiibrnia j J E'.-isbur, Pa. OJioe opoite Cimw vvaa admitted into the Union without be- j ford's Jiot;-!. . ug.25,ls5P.tL urr cutiu two. mifcin one a slave ami Yi')Tlsl7rTs7Ir Law, th other a live sMte. -, though lr. J n,,,., ... ra. oihVe in Culonade Row'. Fillui-re was ve-.rJji as an amntble man, Atl,,.usl .,..-,., r. chickruli of icit;e v.nicipies, what uil no : dov Whv h- ouudlv- j. i: in: i'urt -M-ut!- s mi A H LKS W WINUAtl Lb Attoti.ncy trie a st.-o:.g b . iy of troops, without askta- ! V L""k jI:lveu Clinton 1il their Lace. Th . tray and -tll.mt Fainivt- ' A-iu-t 2.-: '--' t.H awoke un line morning a-vt run .t . .its i.i tl'. r'r.j : wheic.r;;ii th.-Ir cU.v oni'ir v.axc-i wroth an-1 u-.t.i ' i ta va" t .. , .v,t, 'iV.-il.-nt of the 1 V . . - ' . - '.T. ,,f I I Kite ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 31 January 1861

Jl V fen if OS MfU I; g,. el M m w fa, Aft tM-iltt -e.i t-ri i D 1 V b fSr 'V5 j.TO3 SIIJTL'XZI'SOIV, PnbllsJacr. I WOULD RATHF.P. HE r.ICIIT TITAN RESIDENT. HtxnT Clay. VOLUME 2, EBENSBUIIG, PA., THURSDAY; JANUARY 31, 1801. ). rr.B Aa"M. NUMBER 24. DIRECTORY. X3 OIH3!,3?IE!L"Sr PKEI'ARF.D EXPRESSLY FOR "THE ALLCC It AN I AX . J..1ST i' i'OST OfHCLS. "Semi's Creek, ficthel Station, C irrolltown, Chess Springs, Oresson, Fallen Timber, Cr.iUitzin, Hemlock, Johnstown, Loretto. Mineral Taint, Minister, Pershing, PUtts villa, Hosel.uvl, St. .Vi Rvalue, .Scalp Level, Sonman, fsusnmerhill, Summit. Wilaiore, rost Masters. Disirtctt. Joseph Craham, YoJcr. Joseph S Mar.li.-5, phuklick. P.jnjaniin Wirtncr. Carroll. Panl. Lit.i!!''!T. Client. John J. Troxell, Mrs. il. M'C'Mi'. Isaac Thompson, J. M. Christy. Win. M'Uoiigh, ii. a. r.o?-, Wm. 5 win n, E. Wisiiner, A. Parbin, Franc-is Clement, A ml row J. Ferral G. W. P.owiaan, Win. P.yan, Sr., George. Conrad, B. M'Colgau, Win. Murray, Miss M. Gill...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 31 January 1861

U ( (I a : : Ml I x--7 1 VS cutiJi r on whoxk. when uiyrir. to be Krirr.ir.nT, WHIN WfiONO, TO BE PIT lUOHT. KIJBiXSKt lid. THURSDAY ::::::::::::JANrAPY VA lllWllilBlWIWW PI 'WII1II1 TIc Troubles T Secession. . . i a passion cannot reason, says . Men in the Pittsburg Journal, bonce tho wild con- ! elusions of the loaders of tlic South. J Their appeals to their followers were not j the dictates of reason and common sense, but the wildest rhapsodies of passion. Put now so many palpable fact-- are meet ing them in face that they are beginning to -open their eyes. Fven in South Caro lina, where we have been exul'ingly told that for thirty years the people had been educated for seccsion, this is so. Putin this wretched world of" ours men cannot have all the pomp and parade of civic and ! military displays without money. These are expensive luxuries to be paid for by homebody. To enable them to subsist from day to day day a forced loan has been levied upon the Charleston merchants. A comr...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 31 January 1861

Ul . fV THURSDAY::::::::::::::: JANUARY 31. LOCAL AHD PERSONAL LOCALSTTE3. The sWighing continues excellent. j A ga piaco lor guocts ana Singing! pcKoo's ye de3crted villnge, Beuiah. 3IotO fr the Ebensburg and Cresson Branch Railroad "where we brauch we root." "YoderV Johnstown letter came to ! nn Av tnn Icto Wo t c,.rr. fn We art eorry to J be obliged to lay it over. The Mountaineer warn? the "powers that be" to look out for Lreuhers. We would respectfully beg leave to amend the above so as to read croakers as in that case the Mountaineer might safely count on re ceiving some public attention. Messrs. G. J. RoJgera and J. L. P. M'Allister, whose departure for the oil i region we recently noticed, are on their native heath once more. We understand thar during their absence they purchased i several acres of ground in Ohio, and that boring for oil on an extensive scale is now j being prosecuted under their auspices. We hope they may be surprisingly lucky. The election for borough and ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 31 January 1861

-Ji, '0 '. A 1 1 -5 i i 1 f it 'lit 11 1 " t . : , i Monumen rs of Lauo::. Xincvah was 15 miles long, 8 yride,til 10 miles roun 1, with a wall 100 f h an J thick fcaou-j- for three clianot-j abreast. Ei'.ylori was 13 miles wit'uiu tlm wills, which wre 75 feet thick aui J J J feet liirh, with 100 brazen gatas. 1'h -t Templo of Diana, at Ephe.su, -was 420 feet to 'the support cf the roof. It ffai a iiuaaii: i vein m w- The 1 iv-est of the pvr.ua; U U -ISl feet hi 'h tJo-i'oM the sidJs : th- toi-e overs 11 acres. The Mu'W nr, :i;-n-- io-t -n..-s. , i:i len-th. au.l the layers are 'J-H. It , xAMr.i C. Naox. Attorney at Law, Eb CUiployeJ 'i'J-V.U.i i;i ' in -JUU.tui,'. t) emsburv, P.i. Ot'ice -No. o Coiotia.lc Row. The labyrinth in I'ypt contain. b Aa..i.,-t 25, le'.ib-tl. chambers an 1 1- halls. ' - ; : n i. - "5"C. ! I l. S 0 t in i't :-.Y AT LAW. 1 lliijl, 1 f l 1j Tj Jl, JUI-M.-III3 mil..-. - . jnUes nivil, anl IX) -ite. Cartlm .... , - was '2-t isi'.Ies r.. iii'l Vthe-is w.u "J ) mi...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 7 February 1861

1 j.TO IILTCJII.VSO.Y, I'ublisliei. VOLUME DIRECTORY. rMIPAttKD EXPaESSLY FOtt "THE ALIEG II AN I AN.' LIST OF IOST OFFICES. Post Mutters. District. J'ul Often. Senn's Creek, Jethtl Station, Crtrrolltown, Chess Springs, Cresson, Ebeusburg. Fallen Timber, G illiuiu, Hemlock, Johns to kr nf Loretto. Mineral Point. Uai.itcr, I'crshiiii'. I'liittsville, RoSeland, Jst. Augustine, Scalp Level, Soniiiiin, I5u:iitiirliill, Summit, Vuhuore, Joseph Graham, Voder. Joseph S Mardis, lilacklick. Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Daul. Litziujjer, Chest. John J. Troxell, . Wasliint'n. Mrs. H. M'Ciigne, Kbensburg. Isaac Thomjisou, 'White. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Wru. M'Goiigh, Washt'n. H. A. Boggs, Johust'wn. Win. Gwinn, Loretto. E. Wissinger, Coitein'gh. A. Durbin, Munster. Krunos Clement, Conem'gh. Andrew J. Fcrrnl Susq'ban. G. W. Bowman, White. Win. Ryan, Sr., Clei'.rSeld. Georpre Conrad, Richland. B. M'Colgan, Waiht'n. Wm. Murray, Croyle. Miss M. Gillespie Waiht'n. Andrew Beck, S'mmcrhi!!. CHUSICIIK...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 7 February 1861

p if ' ' " ' wMi MMi Mj J AM j.TOI1 IIl'TCIIISOT, I'nblishcr. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hexhy Clay. TERMS: I i I ! 3 1 i VOLUME 2, DIRECTORY, ritlPAUKD EXPRESSLY FOR "THE A L LEU II AN IAN. LIST OF POST OFFICES. l'ut OJices. Post Masters. Districts. Senn's Creek, Joseph Graham, Yoder. Jethtl Station, Joseph S Mardis, Iilacklick. Ciirrolltown, IJenjamiu Wirtner, Carroll. Chess Spring, Danl. Litziuger, Chest. Cresion, John J. Troxell, Washint'n. Ebensburg. Mrs. II. M'Cagnc, Ebeusburg. Fallen Timber, Isaac Thompson, White. GiUitzin, J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Hemlock, Wni. M'Gougb, Washt'n. Johnstown. H. A. Boggs, Johnst'wn. Loretto, Wm. bwinn, E. Wissinger, A. Durbin. Loretto. Mineral Point, Muu.ter, Pershing, Plattsvillo, Roselaud, Conem'gh. Munster. Francis Clement, Conem'gh. Andrew J. Ferral Susq'ban. U. . Howinan, lute. tit. Augustine, Wn. Ryan. Sr.. Clearfield. Scalp Level, George Conrad," Kichland. Washt'n. Sonman, . B. M'Colgan, ! ii mine rhill. . Wm. Murray. Crovl...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 7 February 1861

UJ3LO uJLloa:23LO-XXi3a.- ItlGIIT OK U ROXG, tensx bight, to be kept bight, WHEX WHOSO, TO BE PCT K1GHT. i:i5a;si5iiit;. THURSDAY:: :;:FEBttUAKY 7. P ! I y r Borousrii Officers. The members of the People's Party, of Eb tnsburg borough, are requested to meet at the Court Hocsk this (Tiicksday) evening, at the ringing of the bell, to nominate candidates for the various Borough Offices to be filled at the ensuing ."print? Election. MANY". February 7, 1861. Unto tiie Breach. The Loco-Foco State Central Commit tee met at Harrisburg on "Wednesday of last week, aud after arriving at the sage conclusion that the Union was in danger, they resolved to issue a call for a grand Loco-Foco State Convention, to consist of three delegates from each Senatorial and Representative district three hundred and ninety-nine in all to meet at Harris burg on Thursday, 21st inst., to have a lug talk over matters and things. The Hepublican party was denounced in un- measured term3 as being the author ot the pr...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 7 February 1861

n3PAY:::::i::::::::::FEBRUARY 7. " T.OCAL AUD PEBSOHAL Local Etchinos. Still is heard the aerrie jingle of the bells. Our fellow townsman, John Williams, hl , at Prefient on a XiSlt to Washing ton citj- Those interested will please take notice that the nominations for Borough Officers rill be made this (Thursday) evening. p to the present date, we of the mountain have had ten weeks of uninter rupted sleighing facilities ! It snow use crumbling under those circumstances. Coming the 22d of February Wash jxgton's birthday. We suggest that a suituable observance of the occasion be had by the mountaineers. Who seconds the motion for a big supper ? On last Saturday, the contract for lay in the superstructure and iron on the Kbensburg and Cresson Railroad was awarded to Philip Collins, Esq., who was alio the contractor for the grading of the road. Under the supervision of this gen tleman, we feel confident that the work will be pushed to a speedy completion. The road is expected to be read...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 7 February 1861

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