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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 April 1861

t y pi pT fer y m fe & m m m Mil P Ms fW f lplif It TO IIUTCIIIXSOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATTIER BE RIGIIT THAN PRESIDENT. Hexey Clay. TERMS: r S2.00 PER AXKITSI. $1.50 IX ADVANCE, J. VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1801. NUMBER 36. DIRECTORY. rpARED EXPRESSLY FOR "THE ALLF.GIIANIA.V." rs list or post ,ornci:s. r.t O'Jkei. Post Masters. District. Jean's L'reek, 6.thel Station, Clrrolitowu, Chess Springs, j-jilctt Timber, Cillitzin, Hemlock, Johnstown, Lorctto, Mineral Point, Minster, Pershing, Plattsville, n.jseland, Sl. Augustine, Scalp Level, Sounian, Sunimerhill, Summit, H'iltnore, Joseph Graham, Voder. Joseph S Mardis, Blacklick. Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Daul. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, Washint'u. Mrs. II. M'Cague, Ebcnsburg. Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Wm. M'Gough, Washt'n. II. A. Boggs, Johnst'wn. Wm. Gwinn, Loretto. E. Wissinger, Conem'gh. A. Durbin, Minister. Francis Clement, Conem'gh. Andrew J. Ferral Susq'han. G. W. Bowman, W...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 April 1861

KIGSIT 054 WBOXG. WHKX RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WIIES ffBOXO, TO BE PUT RIGHT. TIIURSDAY::::::::::::::::::::::::APinL 25. LIBERTY AND UNION ONE AND INSEP ARABLE NOW AND FOREVER. TIae licglslaturo Convened. Pexssylvaki V S3. c , a In the? name and by the authority J r.i. Vof thj CoiuiayweaI;h of Pennsylva ( -Y- J nia. Axaan-ivO. Ccktix. A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, An armed rebelliop exists in a portion of the States of this Union threatening the destruction of the Nation al Government, periling public and pri vate property, endangering the peace and security of this commonwealth, and in viting systematic piracy upon our com merce ; and .Whereas, Ademate provision does not exist by law to enable the Executive to make the Military power of the State as available and efficient as it should be for the common defence of the State and the General Government, and AViiereas, An occasion bo extraordin ary requires a prompt exercise of the Leg islative power,of the State ; therefore, I, Am drew G...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 April 1861

Xa.cixa.ic,xi.. THURSDAY:::::::::: : APRIL 25. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. THE EBENSBURG P0ST-0FFIC3 IS REMOVED , TO THE BUILDING OXE DOOR EAST OF THOMPSON'S 'MOUNTAIN nOUSE." The "War News in Ebensburq. The news of the attack on Fort Sumter created the most intense excitement in this place. Although the tidings had been momentarily expected for months past, still they were hardly credited when thev lid arrive it was scarcely believed tliat'the Traitors would have the hardi hood" to systematically attack our Starry Ensign- But the sequel proved that the report was only too true. Then did every one know that the lon-drcaded Crisis in the history of our beloved country had arrived ; then was it felt that War in all its hideous deformity had burst upon us. ind every true patriot determined to meet and roll back the advancing tide of Treason On "Wednesday evening, a public meet in'' of the citizens of Ebensburg and vi cinity, irrespective of party, was held in the Court House, and the tcntimeut...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 April 1861

THE ALLGGIlAiiY I ilt KS SI f X AI C .4. 1 1 H S . . 1 i ... 'p.- VMS U 1 PHILADELPHIA LOYAL TU TilEYNION. Mayor Henry has issued the following proclamation : Ori'ica of the ."Iayor of the City O F Pil I LAD E LI U I A. Pit OCL A. MAT ION. (Jitizfiis of 'Phil 'j-dtty'ti't. Treason against the State of lnnylvauia, or against the Unite! States, will not bo iitifcrcl within this city ; nor will violence to the persons or property of the inhabitants be tolera ted. t do hereby require all g;oxl citizens to tliaCiose and make known to the lavfai authorities every person rendering, in tlws city, aid to cnemios in upeu war against this iState and the United States by enlist ing or procuring others to c&ltst tor ihat purpose, or by furaishihgsuch enemies with arias, am munition, provisions or other assistance. I do hereby require and command that all persons shall refrain from assembling in the highways of this city, tin law full', riotously or tumultously, warning them that the same wil...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 May 1861

jl j J J J jj jff j, TOD KUTCIIIXSOJT, Publlslicr. VOLUME 2, DIRECTORY. pjEPAUEU EXPRESSLY roa "THE ALLEGHAXIA.SV' LIST O Pcf OCices. B. T.n3 Creek, Bethel Station, C. irroilto-.vn, Caess Springs, Cresson, f.tll Timber, Ga'.IUziq, Joaasrown, Loretto, Mineral Point, Muaster, Persian?, Piitiiririe, St. Augustine, Scaly Level, Soanian, Sunuurhill, Summit, Wikaorc, jtf Masters. Districts. Joseph Graham, Yoder. Joseph S Mardis, Elacklick. Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Daul. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, YVnshint'n. Mrs. II. Al'Cague, Ebensburg Isaac Thompson, "White. J. II. Christy, "Wm. M'Gough, II. A. BoggS, "Win. Gwiun, E. Wissinger, A. Durbin, Francis Clemeat, Andrew J. Ferral G. W. Bowman, Wm. Ryan, Sr., George Conrad, B. M'Colgan, "Wm. Murray, Miss M. Gillespie Andrew Beck, Gallitzin. "Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Conem'gh. Muuster. Conem'gh. Susq'han. AVhite. Clearfield. Richland. "Washt'n. Croyle. Washt'n. S'mmerhill. turscaES, kixisteiis, &c. Presbyterian Rev. 1. Hauiuso.v...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 May 1861

v -trV WT-s ;7 VHES RIGHT, TO 1! E KEPT RIGHT, V" HEN W80SG, TO B K PUT RIGHT. TIUITSDAY:::::::::::::::::::::::::::MAY 2. LIBERTY AND UNION ONE AND IXSEP '"" ARABLE NOW AND FOREVER. Tiie JVorI Elas BSeaii Sloiv t Ia this entire movement, snys the ITar rjshurg Tdt"jrapft, the people of the free States have forborne with a patience he-comins-r-atriots an.l christians. The pub lic treasury wag plundered to .strengthen these conspirator- and 3 et the North did not comnlain. Stores and amunition and military implements of all kinds were carried into the secession ranks, and yet the impulsive spirit and brave nature of the .West were not provoke 1. Forts and arsenals were .stolen and held as conquered property, and yet the marine strength of the East, which could at any moment have wrested all from the traitors, calmly surveyed the scene cf aggression, marking each deed of violence with the hope thac returning reason would revive the flame of patriotism and of justice in the breasts of th...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 May 1861

Alio sis. anlcm. THURSDAY:::;: :::::it::::MAY 2. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Home Guard has been formed at Johnstown. patriotic red, white and blue aprons, as worn by the ladies in some sections. The Star Spangled Banner lias been thrown to the breezo from the cupola of tto Catholic Church. The growing peach crop in this neigh borhood is said to be completely nipped jn the bud. The hying of the iron on the Eb. and Creswn Railroad will be commenced iu a few days. The erection of Ben F. Williams' pla-ning-miU is progressing finely. It will be unJer roof iu a few days. The citizens of Indiana county are en deavoring to organize a regiment, to take part in the approaching struggle. The'members of the Blair County Med ical Society have tendered their profes sional services, gratis, to the families of tolunteers. That's the talk. The dwelling-house of Mr. Pat. Brack en, in Conemaugh township, together with its contents, was destrojedly fire on Sat urday week. Those in need of boots and shoes, hat...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 May 1861

-1 M i " 1 MI3 0I3IIjiAIrY. Value of an Explanation. A cer tain Kiutr, it "n sail, sent to another Kiti;g saying, "Send mo a blae rvx with a black t.iil. or else r " The olher in V.'Sh cUleon at the presaiuJ insult, replied, "I have ii"f motoric, ami it' I had . On which weighty ciusa t!u-y went to war tor many years. After a satiety cT -lories and miseries they bethought them that, us their armies and resources were exhaus ted and their kingdom. mutually laid waste, it mi'.rht bo well enough to consult about the preliminaries cf peace; but, be fore this could be concluded, a diplomatic explanation was first needed of the insul ting languu:p vhich had formed the rounl of the quarrel. "What could you mean," asked the second King of the tirt. "bv savmir, 'send me a oluc pig:ta tt black tail, cr else- Why," said the other, "I meant a blue pig v-.h :i black tail, or else some other color. But," retorted he, "what could you mean by saying, 'I have not trot one, and if I iaj ';" "Why, 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. — 9 May 1861

if la. inlfp in W4 T0II nUTClIIXSOS, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER RE RIGHT Til AX. PRESIDENT. IIesry Clay. TERMS: J. VOLUME 2. TTT5 1 PA., THURSDAY, MAY 9, 180!. NUMBER 88. VJ ' fc'ii fSiil Pi, f. f'-5 ?, rz IN fa1, Mi fe JSC D! RECTO BY. pbspareu ixi'Iikssly fou ';tiik allkgiiaxiax." JMS?T O POST OPt'llHS. i'ustOJices. B ,na"j Crock, 2,.:Iiol riutiort, C urolith'11) C;lt;3 Spring, Fallen Timber, Ikiik.in, Ik' :n lock, Lortdto, Mineral Point, Minster, regain?, PLittiviile, Ko--el'!il, -jr. Aaras'dne, Sj.1) Level, So mum, Summerlnll, SVnailt, VTiluiore, Post .Vaster. Joseph Graham, Joseph S Mrdis, Districts. Voder. Dkickliek. Re n j aiiii a Whit. e r , Carrtdl. Daal. Iik'"iv.rcr, John J. Troell, Mrs. II. M'Ca-uc, Isaac Thompson, J. 51. C.uosly, Win. M " G o n di , II. A. Ik "Win. C'.viiiu, E. Wisinjer, A. Riirbki, Francis Ck-mcnt, Andrew J. Fc-rrol G. W. Coffin an, Win. r.rm, Sr., George Conrad, R. MCokean, Wm. .Murray, Miss M. Gillespie Andrew Deck, Chest. Washuifn. E -ensburg. YYiike....

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 May 1861

IlSGSiT on ;vkox&. WIIKN KIGIIT, TO BE KEPT It I O IT T, WHEN WP.OSC, TO BE PCT RIGHT. LIBERTY AND UNION' ONE AND IXSEP ARABLK NOW AND FOREVER. TIIUI(SDAY:::::::::::::::::::::::::::MAY 0. W5aen Will TJiere be 2'eace. Says the Ilarrialmrg Telegraph: A new oider of men are beginning to assume influence and control in the government, and when they have fully taken possession of the Legislative and Executive branches of our system, then there will be peace in our midst, and confidence and respect be shown for us once more abroad. For six ty vear.s the government has been in the hands of the consuming classes. We were accustomed to be ruled by men who looked upon the mere system of government as one of the obtuse sciences, which could be defined and mastered only through the intricate paths and influences of diploma cy. The consumer was regarded as the prop of the government while the produ cer remained unappreciated, neglected and often despised. Every act of legislation seemed to t...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 May 1861

rTllfjRS UAX "t iii LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ve will be much obliged to our friends througnoui uuuuij local Items of general interest that may be furnished us. We desire to have at ,o4 odc correspondent in each and every ToWn and Township in the county. Make voar communications eomprchensivo and ':.? -brief and to the point ; and 0.3-1 ie will ever pray, &c. Local Etchings. Unpleasant the weather for several hp- . tieat-hing on paper Union neck ties. Sail lingers winter in the lap of In rather bad repair the flag that foats fr0M the Court House. Vot hard to take those superior cigars soil at Harry Devine's store. The "Allegheny Guards," Capt. Easly, ,nt the "Washington Hi lies, Lapt. WTiIte, form part of the Tenth Regiment. The alarm ot fire on Sunday night wirs occasioned by the burning ot a cbimney ia the house occupied by James De'owry. Oa Friday last, snow to the depth of tiyeral inches covered the ground iu this sect-en. Rather frigid, that, even for the countain. Ia the;e wonder...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 May 1861

r Y3IE ALT. KCIIA5Ia' MIS OZISXjXj..'Dg""- Ths Riottr Cocs.53. U is nrnwaJ that a committed oc eipitafct fruui Xc.v York au 1 the Ivi-t have g on t Wash ington to oft'or t!i2 i-Ka:rn::i "t an am mat ot'n:J..-y si'aVieni t c irry the war at ones to th:i Iwj-irt of .sH.v.vion, in tii.) t-ot-tm Sf.itoi, and cud it i:i the spec iu,t in tailor. Tli!-? i the tr:i-j cri to be p irsiu 1. aii I oar FUverurum wrili c.vniu a!lv be foive-i t ;is:i n- this iMsitifMi at i-'t. The r'C-Jiorii-.t.'i ! ivt tucuu to yield cXc-.ty.t by i.inv, an-l ibr;a s-aflk-tertt ti mike them tlo m) should be ---H---l into Frtrviwr. Five lnmure l ihoiiVMui nn'ii, ii necomvy, slnvjU bo employe I to break up this iWient an.! wk-ke I ivb :!!ion. The sooner the fiovernuwnt bngiin to pre pare for this kind of operation-;, the soon er the war will be ever, ami over success fully for the Union, and with security far the Government. Philadu. Ledjer. - An India-; 11;iment. Mr. S. Y. Gager, who returned to this city last even...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 May 1861

L 1 1 Pit Iff ftf j. T0 IIUTCIIIXSOjr, "PubUslicr. I WOULD RATHER EE RIGIIT THAN PRESIDENT. IIexsy Clay. 1,-1 l S1.30 IX ADVASCE. VOLUME 2. DIRECTORY. pf.eaked e::pkessly For. "the allegiianian." list of post orr x'ostOJi'-s. Post Masters. District;. Yoder. Blacklick. , Carroll. Chest. "Washint'n. Ebensburg. "White. Gallitzin. Yfaskt'n. J ohnst'wn. Loretto. Couem'gh. Munstcr. C ouem'gh. Susq'han. "White. Clearfield. Richland. "Wnsht'n. Cioyle. Washt'n. S'minerhiil. an s Creek, Josepu oraliam, Joseph 8 Mardi.s, Benjamin Wirtner Danl. Litzinger, John J. Troxell, Mrs. II. M'Cague, Isaac Thompson, J. M. Christy, Vv'ra. Id'Gough, II. A. Boggs, Win. Gwinn, R. "Wissinger, A. Durbin, Francis Clement, Andrew J. F erral G. W. Bowman, YVm. Ryan, Sr., George Conrad, B. M'Colgan, Wm. "Murrav, Miss M. Gillespie Andrew Deck, 5e:hcl Station, r.irreiltown, Ciiess Springs, Cre;on, Fallen Timber, G-iUitzin H.'ail"-1: Jolia:oa, Loretto, Mineral Point, Muaster, Pershing, Pinttiviile, IbseUnd, Augustine,...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 May 1861

r v "5 ; 1 .1 JClxo -A ll o&'2a 1X1.1 axi- S?.--? -.s't V rye ltVJ V-V- WHEN lt'lOHT, TO EE KEPT R I O II T, WIIKS WHO SO, TO P.E P 1 T I(!1!T, LIBERTY AXD UNION ONE AND INSEP ARABLE NOW AND FOREVER. THURSDAY": :MAY 1C. Thanks. "We return our thanks to Hon. L. W. Hall, of the Senate, and Hon. A. C. MulIin,ot the House, for Pub. Docs. To Tlie farmers. We publish on our outside this week an article from the New York Tribune, enti tled "Plant Corn," to which wc would direct the particular attention of our Cam bria county farmers. A large demand for breadstuff will exist this season, both at home and abroad, and farmers may rely on good prices. Every cultivator of the soil should therefore produce as much as possible the more the better. Farmers can just now serve the country better by attending to this than by going to war. A Vigorous l)'ar. The cry comes tip from all parts of the country, "let us have a vigorous war, let not the Government stop until treason and rebellion are put ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 May 1861

J 7 LI 1- r s1-,,, v.. ....... nM AY 10. THURSDAY:: LOCAL AND PERSONAL TUE CAMBRIA COUNTY COURT WILL CONVENE ON MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1861 . What OriiEns Think of Odr Coun- correspondent of the Sunday At f, writing under the iwm do pfome of four Own," furnishes that paper with a mblinS sketch of the towns along the penD5y!vania Railroad between Pittsburg nd Ilarrisburz. Wo copy that portion f it referring to the eastern part of Cain Ucoty. "Our Own" is evidently a 'entler,nn of taste and discernment, be rides having a keen appreciation or the bwatiful n Nature. Read what he says : ,.r-eoa, a distance of 1C3 miles from bur"" is one of the most delightful places ;r Sa country residence I ever saw. It is mrl -ifter one of the numerous family of 'it name, who hive so long honored our V lirce, well-built and commodious wel is situate 1 here, which is under the fos f rit ca-e of William S. Campbell, Eq., of X - L-.wrence Hotel, Chestnut street, of "",'citV a sure guarantee that it is a well 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. — 16 May 1861

-J THE ALLEGUAXUX ', 4 ; 1. J I .1 'J i I PY OF XII 13 T:ooim. l'he follo-.vin-frota an exeat kx? ra??r, gives th? rro .,f pay allowed iutli.i-ar.uy of" tf Sutes, to vrhieh tua m.ktia l is eutitteu when CJdUl tutu samce . Per imv.it n Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel, Major, Captain, First Lieutenant,' 1 Tdentenant. 03 s) 7 J GO 50 45 104 00 it: o . 1 LS 03 103" o) 102 50 10 i 50 20 00 27 00 -J V J 20 00 21 00 4 Brevet Seo'uvl Lieutenant, -. First or Orderly Sergeant, 10 Other Sergeants, 1; Corporals, 1$ Privates, . "MTiciiMfin- J The first column of figures represents the net monthly salary, and the second, includes rations, forage, &e. On the first of January 1800, the reg ular army consisted of 1 ,083 commissioned officers, musicians, artificers, and 11,S4S privates, being a total of 12,0:l. v ' "What is a Hation ' For the infor mation of numerous inquirers, we give the following list of articles constituting a ra tion, from the army regulations : 20 oz Fresh and Salt Beef or 12 o...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 23 May 1861

u M l I I rrf rpfi MM, MM Mf Au A4fc J $ b p iy? $ Wm XM Wm TP' vjp WlW vpt fe II. IIC j j, TOS IIUTtjlliXSOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATIIEIl BE RIGIIT THAN PRESIDENT. IlEsiiY Clay. VOLUME 2. EBENSBU11G, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1861, NUMBER 40. A DIRECTORY. FSr?A:tS EXPRESSLY FOR i;TiIB ALLKG n AX I AX." EiT OF 1'OST QSTiVES. s l'i!f- Put Mi sters. Districts. " i s Creek. Joseph Graham, Yoder. a .. . i .Station, Joseph R Mardis, Rlacklick. r .!',,,!fown, Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. j brings, Danl. Litzinger, Chest. !v "ri John J. Troxell, Waihint'u. r-usYntrg. Mrs. II. U'Caguc, Kbensburg. r n Timber, Isaac Thompson, White. J;" '':.;'., J- -M- t'brlsty, Gailit.'.in. ; jVo':' Yfia. M'Gougli, Washt'n. t j.n, II. A. Rogers, Johnst'wa. ; . Wm. Gwinn, Loretto. t".il Point, E. Wissingcr, Conem'gh. -; r A. Durbin, Munster. ' v-'jVnT, Francis Clement, Coner.i'gli. pVrVifle, Andrew J. Ferral Sus'j'haa. p ' land, G. W. Bowman, White. Aarnstiae, Wni. Ryan, Sir., Clearfield, j .' 1 Level, George Conr...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 23 May 1861

vrtjFZ uiGEST ea wnosa. ff HEX RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WHEN W R O N O, TO B K PfT R I O H T. LIBERTY AND UNION ONE AND INSEP ARABLE NOW AND FOREVER. THURSDAY: :::::MAY 23. TIic loiiit in Issue. The exact point of tho controversy be tween the slaveholders and the United States, says the New York Independent, is not perfectly obvious to all. There are many pretexts put forth which do not furnish the slightest help toward explana tion. The real issue is the right cf the slaceJiolders to govern the United States, be cause they can. It was at first pretended that there was a right of secession inherent under the Constitution. But this was Boon aban doned, because the Constitution makes it self and the laws and treaties made pursu ant to it to bo "the supreme law of the land." . Then they fell back upon the Declara tion of Independence, which recognizes the right of the people to change their government j and they argued that, from the nature of tlx 3 case, the people them selves must be...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 23 May 1861

xnuRST::::::::::: :MAY 23. " LOCAL AND PERSONAL i THE CAMBRIA COUNTY COUR? WILL CONVENES ON MONDAY, JUNE 3, 186 1. War Hatters ! In obedience to an ct of Assembly, entitled "an Act to cre ate a loan, and to provide for arming the Ctate " a allotment ot the fifteen regi ments directed to be organized has been made, and one company is set down as the nttota of Cambria county. This, when gome fiix or eight companies are organized and ready to march from our midst at any moment, may seem a small number ; but our valiant fellows must remember that there be other counties in the State, as yet not at all represented in the Good Cause, who are willing, aye, and anxious, to go forth to the battle. And they must be rCspccte''l . We believe it is settled beyond cavil lhat the Ebeosburg company, the "Cam bria Guards," is to be the company to go fr0m this county indeed, it is reported that they have been accepted and ordered 0 'hy on their arms." Hut of this we have nothing definite. We hope, ho...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 23 May 1861

-J : 'f v TvDn-jTATr'm CrY." .S.lLOIKRS. IlolC to Oiothn tki F--i-:t a.v! IZ- p tunn Cnfrt ahle. I3ii.stcr;n;jc, burning, s irdcs and tenderness oT the Foct may also iuvai'u..Iy bo preventa J, evca vhan marching fur davs together an J over a heats J rouJ, by soaping" the sole of t'uo stocking; that is, covering it with a thin dating; of the cheapest brown soap. This, as the same time, keep3 the skin of the sole cool hartl eu it, and preveuts inflamatioa. Coarse cotton socks are the best for walking. Don't wear woolen socks when marching not even thin or.es no matter in what climate. . The boot or shoe should have a taicc sole ; it is not suuk-ient that they should be simply "double solos ;" the sole.? should )e at least half an inch thick , if three fourths of an inch, or an inch ail the bet ter; they are more expensive, but if well made they will last a leng time, and even in the warmest weather will be found easy to walk in the feffc easily becoming accus tomed to their weight. Dy...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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