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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 20 June 1867

tjxp AU.os33.txxlgtxa. lfuSsiAY::::::::::::::::::::::::::JUNE 20. jbensburq and Cresson Railroad. B and after Monday, Apl. 29, 1867, trains cft this road will run as follows : LEAVE EBENSBURQ At 6.05 A. M., connecting with Day Exp. East and Phil. Exp. West. At connectinf? with. Phila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. leave Cresson jt 9.24 A.M., or on departure of Phil. Ex?ss West. At 8.40 P M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. jlifORANDA. Two little girls fell into B boiler of Lot water in Johnstown, on last Friday week, and were severely but Eot fatally scalded.. ..J. W. Boody, extcn gively known throughout Cambria county as a speculator in mineral lands, died sud denly at Newton Hamilton one day last reck... .The last Legislature raised the jalary of the President Judge of this dis trict to $3,500 a year. The Associates receive $5 a day for every day not exceed ing fifty, and 33 a day for every day in excess of fifty.. ..Black band iron oro has fceea discovered in Somerset co...

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. — 20 June 1867

Anecdotes or President Lincoln. -Mr. F. B. Carpenter, in the Independent, gossips of Mr. Lincoln, and . tells the fol lowing anecdotes : ' "PLOUGHING AROUND." The enlistment of negroes in the-Eas-tern Department of the army commenced under General - Schenck's command, in Maryland, and contemplated at first only the enlistment of .free blacks. Much trouble was occasionedj however, from. the loct that it was otten impossible to tell whether the "recruits" presenting them selves were free or not ; masters frequently coming forward and claiming parties who had enlisted. General Schenck at length went to Washington to ascertain what policy the Administration proposed to pursue in the matter. He stated his case to the President, explaining his difficul ties, and asked for instructions. Mr. Lincoln replied that he had no special instructions to give; the condition of things at that juncture was such that it seemed best to have no definite policy on Ihe subject. Commanders of the de partmen...

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. — 27 June 1867

?M " til - - VV 1 1 it Ill ft I Y r S iiinrcmxsoar, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE HIQHT THAN. PRESIDENT. Hkbkt Clay. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1867. TERMS:3-00 IER AIVISIJIH. I IX ADVAXCE. Lnu&ry XL KLTTELL, Attorney at ' Ebensburg, Pa. 24, tr"fSfL()St Attorney at Law, f Ebensbtirg, Pa. 0ffc opposite the Bank. Jjan24 trnBGE M. READE, Attorney at Office in Colonnade Row. jan24 NUMBER 23. S HOE STORE I SHOE STORE!! ', p. TIERNKY, Attorney at .Law, rKnthnrir. Cambria, eonntv. Pa. II AU- QI j i .Office in Colonnade Row. jan24 r . : ifl.VSrON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at L&w. Aoeasuare, . ' . ... "I ... u... jCtnce opposite me vouri uvuoo. fjcBSSTOii. jan24J J. K. bcahlas. vS C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, CirrOlItOWn, amuris cuumj, 1 a. ATCul1"- urn ivi a n tug buu l-bviu- SHOEMAKER, Attorney at J law, Ebensburg, Pa. I . f.. ttantinn riil in rnller.tinnfl. rt'fce one door east of Lloyd & Co.'a Sr flouse. jan24 5rEL SINGLETON, Attorney at -f . rc IIS. I Itw, r-oensuurg, i ...

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. — 27 June 1867

THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1867. An Element of Discord. Maximilian. During the rebellion, that portion of the Democratic party which did not mtertaiu a willingness, not to say a desire, that Jefferson Davis and his confederates would succeed in establishing a confederacy of the Southern States, was always anxious that in its efforts to restore supremacy the government would glove its fists before striking its foes. There seemed to exist a native and irradicable sympathy between the body of the Democracy and the men in arms against the nation. If not every, then next to every, person who was en gaged in the effort to overthrow the national supremacy had at some period of his life voted or shouted for Democracy. Jefferson Davis had been a life-Ion 5 Dem ocrat ; Toombs and Stephens bad aban doned the Whigs to fellowship with the Democratic brethren ; Slidell and Mason were both among the faithful ; Yancey, Beauregard, and Quantrell were orthodox in the faith ; Breckinridge had been a sort of h...

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. — 27 June 1867

Spot I LI7 M )ni Pi 'airj , t H ic 8, .not f . J epic eh. Co! beaf KM Cfli Ti ts, 19, an rusb Srus Be" cm 9Vf-s a run' ;kS. I fir up) It rek( ygXJRSDAY::: :::::::::::::::::::::::JUNE 27. EBlNSBUBa AND CBESSON RAILROAD. and after Monday, Apl. 29, 1867, trains tfcig road will run as follows : -vB Ebensburg i t 6 05 A. X., connecting with Day Exp. A East and Phil. Exp, West, it 1 15 P. Mi connecting with Phil a. Exp. East and Mail Train West. I ViVX Cbesson it 9 2 A. or on departure of Phil. Ex?39 West. fll(iY. M., or oa departure of Phila. ' Exp ess East. . jftjroaANDA. A boy thirteen year y named Foster, was killed in Johns- toffo oa Tuesday evening of last week by king ran over by a train of cara....Mr. Wo. Miller, of Antis township, Blair county, recently shot a gray eagle near the village of Fostoria, which measured jeren feet from tip to tip... .The Council of Johnstown boro., at a meeting held on Tuesity evening of last wsek, defeated a teeolution proposing to pay tho Burgess i ...

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. — 27 June 1867

; Out or Tjpa rPABTT. An Alabama paper tells the following story of a life Jong Democrat, who was for jearaa flava to .drinfc, but foT the past twenty months has been a strict temperance man. He cas .tilting Jo his office conversing witb Brreral of his friends, when the door opened and Mr. P., a rigid old Democrat, came in. The itsual compliments of the day were passed, .when Mr. D gave Mr. II., the first mentioned, a nudge and winked him out to the baek door. Then, cautiously peering around to see that no one wa9 observing them, ho drew from the deep recesses of his pocket a pint - flafk, which bore the appearance of hav ing already been several times visited, and asked him to take "a drink." No,f replied II., "I don't drink." " You're a " D. would have fin ished the sentence bad. not II. intexrupted him witb, ' 'I pledge you my word that I have not drunk a drop for twenty months." "Is thatso?1 "It is; and I am now a member of the Good Templar lodge.7' For a moment, a look of blank...

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 July 1867

of t- i" rm B- u A- IB- it s. cc 5,: f TnnD IltTTCIIIXSOaT, Editor. rf?f E. IlX'TCimrsoa', Publisher. ".,f nf TTTrrrr t n n . 1 Ay Law, Ebensburg, Pa. JOflN"-FENLON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. j?0ce opposite the Bank. jan24 &E0SGE M. READE, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. t i t- r n FT. 'lliiii-Mui, Attorney ac .Law, . Ebensburg, Cambria county, Pa. ... . . j . -n r: o "Uuice in uoionnaae xu. ju-t T0I1NSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys ,) at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. -g-OfSce opposite tbe Court House. , iTjohsstox. jan24 J. e. scanlax. TIMES C EASLY, Attorney at Law, ) rtrrolltown, vamoria county f ra. v bitectural Drawings and Specifi- T . v i Iff I Tnn A a a. A fr A. fitlUri.u Aivjii, .attorney ai , Law, Ebensburg, Pa. ps.-'icalar attention paid to collections. jeTOtfice one door east of Lloyd fc Co.'s :i;nj House. jan24 xMTTVT. J1T.I.rTO A tr.irr.pv nt J Law. Ebensburg, Pa. OtSce on High west of Foster's Hotel. , . V.'.'.l practice in tbe Courts of Cambria ana ' .,'iirf rnnntif-i....

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 4 July 1867

THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1867. Onn and Tnelri. The platform of our party as announced by tit Williamsport Convention, should, ad we doubt not will, receive the unqual ified support of every true Republican. II hat tie riog of good tnetal, and its lear. unmistakable "enunciations will of themselves be a power in the coming cam paign. It ii a trumpet that sends forth no uncertain sound. It utters thrilling sentiments of devotion to nationality, jus tice, and liberty, while on tho other hand St contains nothing vindictive, nothing that savors of revenge toward the unfor tunate people of the South. "Give us Justice for all, give us security for the nation' says this model platform, "and we shall rest contented." "Representation in the Congress of the United States and in the Electoral College is a right fundamental and indestructible ib its nature and abiding in every State," are the words of the Democratic platform, which being put into other words of the same but plainer import, mean, "Commi...

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 July 1867

TTTT.V A BUBO "'J CRK SSON RAILUOAD. dut iloflday, AP:. 29. 1867, traini rI . k connecting wltfi Day Exp. Mail Traia West. YT.CS.S, ftn dimartnra of Thil. or on departure of Phila. L.s'E.st. .,rNiXT Week. la confor- Lfitb tbe usual custom of the pros, 'pjr will be issued from this office V and P'bil. Exp. West. connecting with Phila. Sip. 8 Table. "My Qiff :M A collec- 0f poems, by CyrUs JIder. in. J. Co., New York, iDiisners. , this volume, vrmca is iur. - -MicatioD, the author gives to the dhe poetic productions of his pea, 'ices himself before the world as of enTied, yet half, it not wuouy, un- - lU dasi ot DeiDgs wnose province anAe tbythnx for their fellows. jjeryirell known as one who treads v.itfttteps of Blackstone. How he WiQ mldst of dusty and faded scats, a&d not only prose, but pro- :iBtiJcripts, to soar into the region oi W to do not even attempt to imagine it be did so, the little volume be :! fully attests. Nor does the flight tto have boon sudden. If the verses :...

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

; : . Concluded from first page." talents aod eloquence need not shrink ' from a comparison with the boapted British"-' Parliament. Our pulpita 'and our courts exhibit. much talent; and medical science has teen raised among ua to -an exalted station. - . v; , - . .. .. ' ' The battles of Erie and Chanirlain, in proportion to the forces engaged, might challenge a competition with the boasted victories of Lord Nelson ; and in what page of history will you find the record of achievements greater than those performed by the Americana daring the Revolution and the war which commenced in 1812. Sympathizing with the distress of our fellow men, and anxious that all may ob tain the freedom which we enjoy, we must consider the example which our Declara tion of Independence has given to olher nations as among the greatest cf its re sults. The new freemen of the Ilepublics on the Southern part of our continent will cheerfully unite with us In the cele bration of this day. It is to our example t...

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. — 18 July 1867

in ar n 1; jur ran :s ag ni.fl itt ' lie beP1 rricc ink' TrnnV IIITTCIIIWSOW, Editor. If 51. E. WCIIIWSOar, Publisher. VOLUME 8. rjLLlAiJi iviiiiL.ij, Attorney at y Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Jiarjr24, 1867. TrTmm-riT a y5S FENLON, Attorney at Law, A Ebensburg, Pa. ny Office opposite the Bank. jan24 EOHGE M. READE, Attorney at Lew, Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonnade Row. jan24 FT. TlUlUiKx, Attorney at .Law, EbensbuTg, Cambria county, Pa. jayOUice in uoionnaue auw. tjut T0I1NSTON & SGANLAN, Attorneys' J at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. gy- Office opposite the Court House. jTjon.vsTO.v. jn24j J. K. scaslan. 3 aMKS C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, r.rrn .town, tamuria coumv. ra. js- rc-Litectural Drawings and Specifi f jan24 J, A. allUtiMAiviuii, Attorney at Law, EbenEburg, Pa. . if -l i ll.tt.a Particular auenuon paiu iu cunecuuu -Office one door east of Lloyd A Co.'s Jinking House. jan24 ntMITKT. KTNHLETON. Attorney at J Law, Ebensburg, Ta. Office on High i.reet. west of Titer's Hotel. Will practice i...

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. — 18 July 1867

Z7JbLo Alle gflfcLgfri 1 zxxjl. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1867. KEPUBLICAX STATE TICKET. SCPREJtK JCDOB : Henry "W. Williams, of Alleghany co. Labor. It has bee a the just pride of America, and we trust it may long remain so, that her people who earn their bread by their own toil, enjoy the comforts of life :o a greater and more varied extent than any other. Yet, at times, here, as elsewhere, discontent, often with apparent reason, breaks forth among the toiling masses, .rearranging the relations between capital and labor, throwing tens of thousands out of employment, paralyzing industry, en tailing suffering and engendering jealous ies. In not a few instances, the workins people are greatly to blame and make but poor use of that liberty with which they are wisely and rightfully endowed. In other cases, their action is well timed and characterized by a temperateness that does them honor, as is instanced in the follow ing resolutions passed by a convention of the workingmcn of Allegheny cou...

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. — 18 July 1867

X Tin gT" 33lC1X3l. LOCAL AND PERSOHAL . v V., connecting with Day Exp. ' t.". Fhil. Exp. West. . ,t p connecting wita raui- xxp. Yi-i Mail Train West. LXA A cr ca departure cf rhil. AiS-Vtss West. I t f M-, or oa departure of Fhi.a. y" IiT-ciS East. c-j Monies. With the present nuu rs exclude the r?t half jear of 77.? "vL: since it came under cur " .ect. The measure of success -.-lire our eSorts has teen all we r-:tel, and possibly more than we de- rTf2cf the latter, we stak a.cv? cur i-r:z$ tD judge. "We heartily tnan our -Via for their support, and vr:!l labor r : renewed vigor to deserve a cintlnu rtereof. "c-i'.e - Jge prepcriien of carsutscri advertisers have upaidvp" there t t i camber who are m arrears. -rt the latter will be prompt in the amounts due. Our expen- r: c:n:iderable, and we must have ::t::iij money to meet then. ''m:?.ania. A young man named : wa5 drowned In the Cooercaugh mt, near Blairsville, on Saturday even-:t-eek. He was from Ashtaba;a count v, :.; .....Eld...

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. — 18 July 1867

3S2 A Scene in Church. The latest innovation in the usage and custom o( the Established Church of Scotland, is the celebration of marriage publicly in church before the congregation, instead of pri vately at the residence of the parties, the former mode, it is alleged, being in con formity with the directory of public wor ship, and tus aaownt practice of the Presbyterian Church. Apropoa of thi3 innovation, the following incident maybe related. It probably occurred in "the ancient times referred to, bat the date is sot material. The afternoon service had nded, and the congregation were arran ging themselves for the benediction, when, to the manifest interest of the worshippers, the good panon descended from the pul pit to the desk below, and Baid in a calm, clear voice : "Those wishing to be united in the holy bonds of matrimony will now please come forward." Still no one stirred. The silence be came almost audible and a painful sense of awkwardness among those present was felt, when...

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. — 25 July 1867

WW I f$h i J It I ' Ml 1 Hill tjliiinsum, Kuuur f ft II tlTCIllXSOlV, Publisher, K'OLUME-S. . , . if L'TfTTT.'' T T' ' K iY Law, Ebensburg, Pa. ifMtf FKNLON, Attorney at Law, II Ebensburg, Ta. , EOKGE M. READE, Attorney at If Law, Ebensburg, Fa. . j-Uilice in uoionnaue now. ljb.u- P. TIERNEY, Attorney at Law, Ebensburer. Cambria county. Pa. Office in Colonnade Row. jan24 0I1NSTON & SCAN LAN, Attorneys t T.w V.hensbnrcr. Pa. Office opposite the Court House. Tjqhssto.v. fn24 J. K. BCASLAX. AMES C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, i " farrolltown, Cambria county, Pa. .Architectural Drawings and Specifi ,s ' Man24 rlTsiIOEMAKEU, Attorney at Law. EbenBburer. Pa. r,..r,,lr attention DAid to collections. ttiflice one door east of Lloyd k Co.'s iking Mouse. LJU.u-- iMITKL SINGLETON. Attorney at h Law, Ebensburg, Ta. Office on High west of Foster s Hotel. Till practice in the Courts of Cambria ana t&- Attend3 also to the collection of claims soldiers against tne uownmenu LJIU VEOUGE W. O ATM ...

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. — 25 July 1867

,Tlao Alio sizLctxilxi. THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1867. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. llr.NRT W. Wll.UA MS, of .Alleghany co. Tlio Latest Veto. ." President Johnson has again had the exquisite pleasure of liaviopj had written fox. .hini, probably by -Hon. Jeremiah Ubck, of this State, another veto, and of Fending the same to Congress, only to seej tbut obstinate body treat his fulnii nation with complete tilence, and without a word of debate or of comment, pass the vetoed bill into ft la w notwithstanding his objec tions. It is, perhaps, useless to expect that President Johnson should by experi ence o( the past, learn lessons useful for the future, but teachings to thich his teart and head may be impervious cannot fail to impress themselves on the thinking portion of tho Southern people. They continued. to look to him as an unexpected or even providential consolation, by whose aid they could, avert the determination of the - Northern majorities to require all reasonable security for the future ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 25 July 1867

1 If 'it 9 f i I. Cli tf. STI Lei f at. . :r- r yd V00 ri. I :rs, j ?rec4 I 5. If I. H I "- -ii run a3 foows -rTT T ITT V t-TJiLSi- '-'" LOCAL AND PERSONAL ,r,.-i i n ("Tn ! TI A TT.Rf) AT. 5:er Monday, Apl. 29, 1SS7, trains y.,5t. X., connect: ing with Day Exp. -t t M., connecting with Phil. Exp. :d Mail Train West. :?OK ea departure of PhiL e i" f - - -i - - . a ' r,T cpzciAL Election. The long fTl A. i 1., ...T ii CTir . ace great quesuaa, uc- - wti:a til otter questions, including , ..csiraition question and the ques , u to who struck Iiiily Patterson, f -i icto insignificance, has beea de- The hog law is repealed I special election came o3 last Sat--xx afttrroeo, end was very exciting. ia the afternoon, the hog" sen, or in farcr of allowicg the hog to mo with eo pent-up Utiea contract- -.;.wer5, rallied at the polls. Thej -t v. them banners, emblazoned with i.zvxcs 83 "Root, hog, or die . fhoulder 1" "SaTe yenr ba- , T lie "aui:-hog" men, cr those in eocuninjr, the hog within c...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 25 July 1867

il)l- I ,!! ! ir f M-j itl Soda U'ater. A few days since, a countryman and his newly married "wife visited the city for the purpose of seeing the "sights." While strolling through the streets, they thought they would in dulge in the luxury ot' a glas3 of soda. Entering an apothecary store, they made known their wants. "What kind of syrup V asked the man behind the counter. "Wall, I guess I'll take some of the yrup of equiils," the countryman an swered. 4We do not nse that kind," said the clerk.' "I knoif you've got it, and don't want to give it to me because it's costly. 13ut I must have syrup' of squills V The druggist remonstrated, but all :o do purpose. The' countryman would have quills or nothing, remarking: ' "All the ether syrup is made of sugar, lemon drops, " sarsaparilter, and sich, to humbug folks." ' '; -: ' The squills were procured, and our he ro was requested to pour out for himself. He did so, taking a bountiful quantity, in order to get his money's worth. , The heroi...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 1 August 1867

mm "I t 'j j n ri a. V -is i 1 ,5--! " If if ' ?f II ! : I U ,ii l-i li mm. s a , -V X K V X ' , .. WM.mmm9 t F - - 'W -. vm w m r -I 1 ? GTLD 23 SIGHT --L: Haaraz Czax. t - v . f "s-va PER JAX I-. E nCTCXIl.Oyy Pnbllbr. EBENSBURG. PA., THURSDAY. AUGUST 1. 1867. NUMBER 28. VOLUME S. He had a. b-rr, tzd he was. r rx i! V i-r Wa-r.F j Tr. V: 7t r leae is izrrrr. tie ?Iarzr- Ertad TO xlrre is t - -i . j i i 4 f Nf - V - - zr-J ?" Mil . I 1.4 II I 1 I .t il! r arrt -rs r? 1 - 4 v: j:r-4 ATZ--- :rt:- ET- .C C " " C ' V'-rJ" jfth- LI hzr-iiriJ to-the tardj blix-. t-s rr-rs rlr oi -eVkT-Tr dir. x- i ! iJinsxr.IiTi.Ji.j v.. T -n ?. Tllarr, Asnn xi La.vr; " - " . -17hxs are vr rc- t -3-? tt exrti -Hrr ki ttc are, Frsr-i ! nre, rire i hia ro hiir are the sriiu cf his 3r"? re . ..bLC.E. w-rbTfr r tr.' reed the riri; Ila,c3- - " JJSltl 7 ' -:-,v-,v . tv AtyTs er- f Ti--r thr. irr pci7 . w's thrcrht. ?farna had as xszk j Hsh, rther; there is a jrzx laij A Xew Czxrlaa Lorer. ! f V " - J 1 , r i '...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 1 August 1867

fill 3 J 7CDD HUTCltlNSOtt, Editor. IIUTCIIISOT, Publisher. I WOULD BATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hkhbt. Clay. o.oo 2og ; 5.C5 !) !; 1-J i4 ,1 H:- A: YOLUME 8. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1867. TERMS: I'EIC AXXVM. l2.oo iar ADVANCE. NUMBER 28. LIAM KITTELL, Attorney at OHOU STORE ! SHOE STORE ! ! Sent TDV Esrressi Lawr. Ebensburer, Fa. 1 ... i : . . ..uy 24, 1867. 'AS' 55 Olirr FENLON, Attorney at Law, .. . Ebensburg, Pa. OSce opposite the Bank. jan24 ff-EOUGE M. READE, Attorney at L.aw, Ebensburg, Pa. T Onice in Colonnade Row. jan24 r P. TIERNEY, Attorney at Law, r iiDensourg, uambria county, Pa. r7" Office in Colonnade Row. jan24 XOUNSTON & SGANLAN, Attorneys . at Law, Ebensburcr, Pa. I. " GiUce opposite the Court House. U. L. 4-. rssTO.v. (jan24j J. K. scaklax. TAIIIIS C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, fj Carrolltown, Cambria county, Pa. 1 27 Architectural Drawings and Specifi cations made. jan24 A." SHOEMAKER, Attorney at J,? i . Law, Ebensburg, Pa. I .trJ : alar attentio...

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