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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 February 1861

Ul M9RIOMR .,pM..82,CO PEK ANNUM. auL,"uCl.&0 IK AE-VAKCE T0DD nUTCHIXSOX, Publlsner. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. IIesrt Clat. ; j'' VOLUME 2. 01RECT0RY. ,IT?AaS3 EXPRESSLY FOR "THE ALLSOHASIAX." jSTOF POST OFFICES. Pnit OfUcci. Post Masters. District. 3eaa"9 Creek, bethel Station, Carrolltown, Chess Springs, Cressoa, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, Gallitzin, Hemlock, johii3town, Loretto, Mineral Point, Haaiter, Terahinj, Platt3vill, Iceland, St. Augustine, S:alp Level, Saninan, Saainerhill, Summit, Wiliaare, iiDttrpu uriu.un.iii, xuuci. Joseph S llardis, Blacklick. Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Danl. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, Washint'u. Mrs. H. M'Cagne, Ebensburg. Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Wm. XTGough, Wnsht'n. H. A. Boggs, Johnst'wn. Wm. Gwinn, Lorctto. "E. Wissinger, Conem'gh. A. Durbin, Mr.ustcr. Francis Clement, Conem'gh. Andrew J. Ferral Susq'han. G. W. Bowman, White! Wm. Ryan, Sr., Clearfield. George Conrad, Richland. B. M'Colgan, Washt...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 February 1861

4 3 ; i I i i ' I 2 "I ii II' t ' -, -' i 71! .... . ? v .r '.:",;.-. . ... 'tvv .... ttSSSIT OR H'llOXC. TTRES KIQHT..TO BE KE?T RIGHT, WHEN WROSO, TO BE PUT RIGHT. TU iT vfe::::::::::FEBnU A ilY 14. Our r3aiiirest Policy. Says the New York Tribune: It is a shame and a disgrace to the Republican party that there should be at this crisis of affairs any hesitation, doubt, question, or division among them, in regard to the true policy to be pursued by the Govern ment. Nothing can be plainer than that the Se cessionists ire on the high road to ruin, and that, they will be soon encountered by revolution at home which will end in their overthrow and humiliation, if they are not sooner saved by the succumbing of compromisers. "With the stoppage of New Orleans trade and commerce, the repeal' of the fugar duties, aud the abolition of the mail ser vice in Louisiana, that State would be in open revolt against the disuniooisls in less " than six months. Secession had no advo cated Louisiana te...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 February 1861

V ' .- -r ' fjjivSD AYj::::::::"FSBrtU .VI Y 1 1. LOCa flfjD PERSONAL Locvt. K-rcniNOJ. -V prc?.i!cnt-dis-cacc j-.it u )W prin fever. Whit kna.i I brci Istulx. Si .es -ted . a companion to "what we want." The oil fever lias broken out ia Ilolli- Va T)laccl in nomination a Lcco-t oco boroush ticket last night. Resent session of the public schools of this borough will close with a public examination-to-day.. To-day is Valentine's day the occasion hcn. according to tradit'on, the birds cboosa their mates for the coming summer. Tfcjil 'Yo 'erV Johnstown correspon ded. It contains all the news from that qu.to;-. an! is interesting throughout. Tli week'f- inritaient of' .Jonathan Q ., j;'i"s hwtvy of CimSrU cvjnty has r.'fvjre ice to Johnstown. Ilea l it. Cuthcart. conGned in the CIcavSeld county jail under sentence of death, re cently mide an unsuccessful attempt to Iciil liimsjlf. Wc forgot to notice la?t week that the l-M-jse of Mr. Midivo! O. Sfcelly, of Sum inerhill township. wtis bu...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 February 1861

, . ; ; JU V i , . . TISK AICGIIA1AX r! i 7 si I ' t 5' ' i ' I j J 5 If; v it- I.' Flrat Babies. A somcwliat extended observation , and ft solitary experience, have Couvincetl us that first babica have a hard titua Fareata lanat have two or three child ron before they know what a baby is hor to treat it properly. The poor little fellows that have the misfortuuo to come aloug first, Lave to educate parents to their task, and iu the process they ot spanked aad sha ken and abiuei. After a mau has three or four children, he learns that whipping or striking a child less than two years of age is barbarism. We kuew one ''paternal head" who struck his first child when on ly six weeks old. he actually believing the child knew better than to cry, and that he eioppcd crying at that particular time be cause he struck him. We carry certain notions of children nnd of family govern ment into married life, and the first child is always the victim of these notions. An 1 not of these alone, lor the ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 21 February 1861

IH N N N ri ifd Kn&'-ii T)i fu ife Vjtei i-inV4 j TO0 IIUTCIIIXSOX, lubllslier. I WOULD RATTIER BE RIGIIT TIIAN PRESIDENT. IIexry Clat. VOLUME 2. 7 DIRECTORY. yglPARSDKlP SESSIY FOB "THE ALLEGHAX1AX." XlSTOF POST OFFICES. nx.-ti. Post Masters. Districts. j.an's Creek, jethel Station, Carrolltown, . CiesJ Spriugs, Cresson, Sbeasburg. fallen Timber, GilUtzin, Hemlock, . Johnstown, Ljretto, Mineral Point, ilanster, Pershing, piattsville, Rascland, S:. Augustine, S;Ip Level, Sonman, Sammerhill, Summit, ffilaore, Joseph Graham, Yoder. Joseph S Mardis, Blacklick. Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Danl. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, Washint'u. Mrs. H. M'Cague, Ebensburg Isaac Thompson, W lute J. M. Christy, Win. M'Gough, II. A. Boggs, Wm. Gwinn, E. Wissinger, A. Durbin, Francis Clement Andrew J. Ferral G. W. Bowman, Wm. Ryan, Sr., George Conrad, B. M'Colgan, Win. Murray, Miss M. Gillespie Andrew Beck, Gallitzin. Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Conem'gh. Munster. Conem'gh. Susq'han. "White. ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 21 February 1861

evinces the moderation of itd mauige meni. AS "TO THE COXoUZ-irR. In fact, the tonuago duty operates in juriously U the conxumt-r, cither by increas ing the coat to him of all articles carried over the road, by compelling the freight to pay the tax, or by diminisbiug the sup ply in the market, of articles which cau uot afford to bear this imposition. This argument addresses itself with peculiar force to Philadelphia. This city invested five millions in this road, and one of the chief objects was that her peo ple might enjoy, at cheap prices, the sur plus products of the superabundant agri cultural portions of Pennsylvania and the Vcst. The State steps in and forbids this. She diminishes the supply and in creases the expense. The citizen, man or woman, rich or poor, who buys a barrel of flour must pay, 1st, its home value; 2d the actual cost of transport ; 3d a tax to the Commonwealth ; 4th, the extra price consequent on withholding from the market that portion of produce which can n...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 21 February 1861

rsljQUL AMD PERSONAL1 Localkttes. Pleasant the weather. Merry ye jing of je bells. Some more the sleighing up here. Te are obliged to lay several commu nications over for want of room. There are only six compulsory lodgers in our jail at present. Xhe dimensions of Johnstown borough have been considerably enlarged by a re cent act of the Legislature. Io-morrow the 22d of February will pass unhonored by a public observance in this neck o' woods. M ore's the pity. Mr. C T. Roberts has withdrawn his name as a candidate for appointment to tie office of Post Master of this borough. It is currently reported that the Repub licans of Ilollidaysburg intend deciding by ballot their choice for Post Master. A good idea. On the railroad" line from Altoona to pittsburir, James Onslow is appointed route agent, vice James Carroll, removed. Mr. Carroll is a resident of this county. According to the reports of the Reve nue Boards, the valuation of real estate in Cambria county in 1S51 was 31,100,185; ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 21 February 1861

-J Is r 'if; ..r t . Rules Foa the JouasrvY of Lifs. The fallowing rulc'fr" the PaI-,ars of Doctor TTeot, vere, according t- his njzu orandttia, throim together aa general way liafks in the journey of life : Never to ridicule saersd things, or what others may cUtew such, however absurd they may appear. Never to show levity when people are professedly engaged ia worship. Never to resent & supposed injury till 1 know the yiews aad motives of the author of it; nor on any account to retaliate. Never to judge a person's character by external appearance. Always take the part of aa absent per son who h censured in company ; so Jar j n truth and nrotrietv will allow. I "J - - - i v y , Never to think the worso ot another ou account of his differing from me in polit ical or religious opiuions. Not to dispute with a man more than seventy years of age, uor with a wouriu, uor an enthusiast. Not to aftect to be witty, or to jest so as to wound the feelings of another. To say as little as pos...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 28 February 1861

ft 1 3 j xoDD IIUTCIIJ'SOX, PiiXlislicr. I WOULD RATIIEH BE EIGHT THAN PBESIDEXT. IIe.nrv Clay. TERMS 5 Jfllf fMif ZM prjp fe"-3l 1 V X7 Nj NJ X v v xy A VOLUME 2. DIRECTORY. r2E?ARED EXPRESSLY FOIt "THE ALLEGHAXIAS. , I.IST OF POST OFFICES. n, Ofilces. Post JListcre. Districts Jena's Creeu, bethel Station, Carrolltown, Chess Springs, Cressou, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, tiillitzm, Hemlock, ohastovi-n, Loretto, Mineral Point, Munster, Pershing, Phvttsville, Host-land, Si. Augu? tine, SmI Level, Sanman, Sumnierhiil, Summit, Wihnore, Joseph Graham, Yoder. Joseph S -Mardis, Blacklick. Benjamin YVLrlner, Carroll. Danl. Liizinger, Chest. Johu J. Troxcll, "Washint'n. Mrs. II. M'C.igue, Kbensburg Isaac Thompson, White. JVM. Christv, GalliUin. AVm. M'Gousrh, H. A:Boggs Wet. G-.vinn, E. Wissiiiger, A. Durbin, Francis Clement, Andrew J. Terral G. W. Bowman, Vm. Byan, .Sr., GeorLTfi Conrad, B. M'Colgan, "Win. Mr.rr.iy , "Washt'n. Johns Vwn. horeUo. Conem'gh. Munster. C onera'gh. Susq'lian. White...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 28 February 1861

- for IKjl transport W au amount crjuul to the tonnage tax. The gi to the people of Pennsylvania U direct, positive, and certain ; the advantage to the Company can only be in the increased business oi the road, con set -'lent or. the removal ol the burthens which oppress the iuJustty of the people : so that all the gain that cau possibly accrue tj the Company lies in the development of the resources of the Btate. This progress of prosperity may certainly secured by union of action be tween the Commonwealth and the Com pany each, in its respective sphere, mind ful of the great trust with which the peo ple have invested them, I'or their own ad vantage. In addition to this reduction of the rates of freight, the Company will anticipate the times of payment for the Main Line. Jy the terms of purchase, the Railroad Company is to pay $100,000 annually un til lb'J'J, and interest on the balances of principal remaining due, semi annually, 'i'her payments thus diminishing every year, as the p...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 28 February 1861

1& .FEBRUARY 23. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. rni mniv vRT. Wo are -vi- to irct along without doing a ff 0f it occasionally. So much for VTe have a largo amount 01 eface. sums of two dollars and . intlons, i 1 . . . !- - if la oisiin 1 1 ! 1 1 ir '.-try that these be liquidated. Du ctile ' two coming weeks, Court will Infcsn; and as everybody and his ;h will then be in town, a splendid rtuaitj is afforded our patrons to call Jni and square up. We hope this ap be becded; if it is not, serious .nenccs may ensue. Now, friends, have our sentiments let's hear from iocit. Etchings. Gone off: the snow. Coming "stormy March." Soaks the editor of the Standard. So a Turk or other barbarian, grossing the erection of Ceu Wil- planing mill. Catheart's day of execution has been A fur Friday, April 12th. Cj2 new advertisement elsewhere of J.Evans & Son. ILe catarrh fever is raging violently the children of Johnstown, ius Rowland has been appointed Post titer at Strongstown, Indiana county, ,:e Thom...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 28 February 1861

sU- I 1 ! I it :. .!; ' u . ( ;.ri la" wis a:ij t- f ' r :,i ' r ? 3 '-, ' . . r - ? i .- ''; 1.' 1 - ' ' 5 c ; - t . -i 1. a, !i 5 -1'. - a t a i;? vr"T3a rrS53 X la i-- rTni.n.M:iavAsTrKLvi." A Dutch- mla leased his lands to an o:I co.noawy iuiu . . . I i . ... r-;nf n-n c.-melitiou of r-Jco:ving una- i eighth of tlie oil pivcared. i Ho wen pro cu to be a pretty good one, and the farmer bc-aa t.i think that the oil men should give him a better chance, and nturml to fell them so. They asked him yliat he wanted. He said they ought to give huu one-twelfth. The agreement wa huahy made, with the understanding that the Dutchman was not to tell any one. All went smooth until the next thvcioti clay came, when our friend was ear.y on hand to set; how mach butter he wo Hi be o.f under the uew bargain. Eleven barrels were rolled to one side for the oilmen, and one for him. This did not suit him. "How's dish." says he. "I tink I was to cetmore as before; py you wake mistake." The matter was e...

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 March 1861

I - - . . n1m. fl fl mp. jl4fe7 y fih-Ahi j XOP5 2IITTCZJI.YSO, Publisher. I WOULD rtATHEH BE HIGHT TIIAN PRESIDENT. IIeskt Clay. . VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG-, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 7, J.8C1 NUMBER 29. DIRECTORY PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR "TUE ALLKGIIAXIAX." i f O U'cs. Post Masters. Districts 5cll3 a eTliciv, bethel station, Orruiitown. Chess Spring i, Cresses, Ebjniurg. Fa!ba Timber, Jill;uia, jleailock, J-ih-astown, v'.neral Point, pUttiville, Rji-Iaud, ,S:. Augustine, S,a!p Level, S juuian. Samnicrhill, Summit, VViliuore, : 1- JOSenil jriauaui, iuat-i. Joseph S Mardis, Blaeklick. Benjamin Wirtner, Cftrroll. Danl. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, Washint'n. Mrs. II. MCajrueEbensburg. Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Wai. M'Gough, Washt'n. II. A. Bogss, Johnst'wn. Wm. Gwinn, Loretto. i:. Wissinger, Conem'gh. A. Durbin, Minister. Francis Clement, Conem'gh. Andrew J. Ferrul Susq'han. CI. W. Bowman, White. Wm. Ryan, Sr., Clearfield. fieor?0. Conrad, Richland. B. .M'Colgan, Was...

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 March 1861

ItlfiBBT OK WllOXG. WHEV KIGUT, TO BE KEPT RICIIT, V..EN WRONG, TO BE PUT RIGHT. TIIUKSDAY::;::::::::::::::"."-?3-I1 7. "Tile Fourtli of rIarc!i, 1SCI. LISCOLN INAUGURATED NO ATTEMPT AT UI.SIS- TAXCfi EY TII1C VOl GT.EAT tKTaCSIASM PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS THE COUNTRY SAFE, AND EVERYTHING O. S. ! ! The long-looked for and anxiously ex pected day, the 4th of March, has arrived and departed, and Abeaiiam Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin are now Presi dent and Vice President of the United States. It is with a sense of relief that we pen these words. -Well grounded fears had for some time been entertained that foul means would be used to prevent the inauguration of the People's choice j but thank God, the danger is over, and the country now breathes freer. Let us hope that this happy state of affairs may con tinue, and we never again be called upon to behold such a Reign of Terror as pre ceded the new era. The eventful morning was ushered in by a slight rain, but the weather was...

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 March 1861

:3IARCH 7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL - gabscribe for Tie Allcgltanian. Of course, pay for it in advance. Bead it carefully each week. Then file it away for future reference. Tell all your neighbors to do ditto. Terai?, 51-53 in advance. Brought to a close the garden-making ja t'aU vicinity- That harbinger of spring, the bluebird, r, hear! piping its cheerful notes last Saturday. Col. James M. Swank, oar County Su pcrinlendcut, was in town during the be ginning of the week. b For all sorts of winter and spring goods ro tj E. Hughes' store. lie sell cheap the cheapest. Cathcart, who wa3 incarcerated in the Clearfield county jail under sentence 'of death, committed suieiae by hanging him ttjf on Sunday evening, 24th ult. Eriu named Covert, residing in Clear ed county, lost six of his family within the last month by the ravages of the dread disease, ulpthcria. The vorkingmen of Ilollidaysburg ured a salute of one hundred guns in honor of the passage of the Tariff Bill, on last Thursday. Mr. Hir...

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 March 1861

J f , , , .I, , ! -.liii mm . nil Ml. , - rB'r5C 4 I i, jkcLISS C?32 HaT- TO" j - -- c- flow to foretell Wontlier. Iu a mmual of tlis barometer, c:vanii i 1 I,, Vft.ii-A tuiir.il 1'iur.it and jut published by the b.ni.l ot TrU, tho ioi ldwiu"U3efaI observations occur: 4U :i;jtu er clear or cloudy, a rosy sky -at sunt presusea fine weather; a red sky in t.JO morning bad weather, or much wind (per hatw rain ;) a greyish sky in the morning fiaa weather; a high cl.iwn, wiad ; a low dawn, fair weather. Soft looking or doll cite clouds foretell fine weather, with moderate or lh'ht breezes : hard edged or oUy-lookhi clbaJa, wind. A dark, gloomy hluo sky is windy; but a light, bright, b!u9 sky indicates Sue weather. Gener ally, the softer clouds look the less wind (but, pcrhans mora vain) iu iy be expected and the harder, more "greasy," rolled, lafted, or ragged, the stronger the coming wind will prove. Also, a bright, yellow sky at sunset presages wind ; a pale yellow wet; and thus, by the...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 March 1861

j To5I sVrTCIIIXSOT, Publisher. I "WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hexby Clay. TERMS f S2.G PER AV.I. IX ADVAXCE. VOLUME 2. EBENSBTJRG, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1861. NUMBER 80. DIRECTORY. eepabed expressly for "the alleciiaxias." LIST Or POST OFFICES. Post? fix' rost Masters. ' Districts. iean's CVeek, bethel Station, Chess Springs, frisson, Ebeasb'irg. Fa;en Tiuiber, emlock, Johnstown, Mineral Point, Pers'.iiti;!, ri;tu.;vil!e, .St. Aagisline, S?iip Level, Soanian, Samiaurhill, S'imrait, Wilmore, josepn (jruuani, i Oder. Joseph S Mardis, Blacklick. Benjamin Wiriuer, C;:roll. Daul. Lilzlngcr, Ciiest. John J. Tro::ell, Waiint'n. Mrs. II. M'Cague, Ebevsburg. Isaac Thompson, White." J. !.. Christy, GaL'.lzin. ffra. M'Gough, Washt'n. II. A. Boggs, Win. G w inn, E. Wiainger, A. Durbin, Johusiwn. LoreUo. Concm'gli. Munster. Fiances Clement, Concm'gli. Andrew J. Fcrral Snsq'han. G. . Bowman, Wm..Eyan, Sr., George Conrad, B. MGolgan, Wm. Mm ray, Utie. Clearfield. Richland. "W'asht'n....

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 March 1861

illG'ITORW'ROXa. WHEN HICHT, TO US KEPT UIGHT, VaBS ffEOXS, TO BE PIT HICHT. THUIIS1)AV::::::::::::::::::::::MAIICII 14. It is to bo hoped, 3:13-3 the New York Indqwidait, that the people of this coun try arc uot ko utterly demoralized as not to iccl a great sense of relief at the toue Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural Address. There is not on the face of the globe another nation that could have maintained its integrity lor three months, as this has done, without a government; but the re lief, nevertheless, ought to have been, and we hope was, great with men of all parties when the news was spread on the thousand wiugs of the press, on the morning of the 5th of March, that a government was re stored to us. In a republic, every man, whether consciously or not, feels a sense of personal responsibility when the func tions of the government are suspended, because it exists only by the will of the people; and from that responsibility he feels discharged when the hands to which he has deputed his p...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 March 1861

u TgpBSDAY;::::;:t:;: :MA11CII U. LOCAL AND PERSONAL tocALEccnisGs. Here the Ides of March. Very muddy the streets About over Winter's icy reign. April's order to March March forth. at Utoona on last Thursday. Qa the increase the oil excitement in HolUdajshurg. Excellent the sleighing during the fcezinuiug of this week. Answer to last enigma "Meet him Tith a smile." ja towa our Quaker city cousin, Col. Qe0. V. Todd. He looks well as ever. Oar worthy Representative, Hon. A. C. JIuliin, was in town the latter part of last Titiaa J. Coffey, formerly of Indiana, has been appointed Assistant Attorney General of the United States. A new paper, to be called the Working men's Advocate, is shortly to be issued from Huntingdon, Pa. What's the reason that the Harrif bunr papers do not arrive at this place until twa days after date ? Tli e body of Mr. Andrew Gross, who as drowned in the Conemaugh river, near Elairsville, some months since, was recovered last week. The Wiimore Oil Company, we ar...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 March 1861

J 1-1 ll n m i ! 'I i j :- ! ; f '- if 3 ; ; i ; '" ' ; . . i '. 'i ! 1 - f 1 v. f s y 1 A GauAT Man. Guore LipparJ, in Via work Cillcl .the "Nazarene," thus speaks of PresMent Jackson : was a raaa I Well I remember the lay I Waited upon hita. He safe there in his arm-chair I cau see hiui now. "Y e toid him of the public distress tho manufac turers ruined the shrouded eagles in crape, which were carried at the head of 20,000 men into Independence Square. He heard us aP.. We be--ed him to leave the deposits where thsy were, to uphold the great bank at Philadelphia. Still he did 'not say a w:rd. At last one of our members, more fiery than the rest, inti mated that it' the bank w is crushed a re bellion might follow. Then the old mau arose I can see him yet. "Couie," he shouted, in a vo;ee of thun der, as his clenched hand was raised high above his white hair, "some with bayonets in your hands, instead of your peliiious surround the White House with your, le gions I am ready for you ! ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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