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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 5 September 1867

7 i SI li on ter the f -! e is i eti- I all of ml rgo ota ublic es, PS. of nns IlinrCIIIXSOW Editor. ''?f E. IlX'TCIIIJESOiV, Publisher. VOLUME 8. jjtLIAM KITTELL, Attorney at ) 'ii.7 24, 1667. FENLON, Attorney at Law, .1 rfi.FClirUUlLL Ebensburg, Pa. jan24 HOUGE M. READE, Attorney, at t Ln-vv, Ebensburg,-Pa. -1 P. TIERNEY, Attomey at Law, r Ebensburg, Cambria county, Ta. jUiiice in LOionunue tJ njllNSTON k SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law. Ebensburp, Pa. 05ce opposite the Court House. K,,,,v(iTOs. rin2-ll J. E. SCASUS. b. ill V " " L -J $YS C. UASLX, Attorney at J,aw, (irroutown, CainDria county, i a. Architectural Drawings and pecin- iJe. Ijani Ji A. SHOEMAivljU, Attorney ai , Law, Ebenaburg-, Pa. . - - ... 1 Pj.-tiCUIar alien nun pa-iu iu luimimuo. jefUtlice one door cast of Lloyd & Co.'s aing House. jan24 5u:iTl SINGLETON, Attorney at ) Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office on High fet. west of Foster's Hotel. Jill practice in the Courts of Cambria and .icing counties. Attends aiso to the col...

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. — 5 September 1867

THURSDAY", SEPTEMBER 5, 18C7. REPUBLICAN TICKET. PFPREME JCDGE : Henry YV. Williams, of Alleghany co. , - " ASSEMBLY : Zr. Samuel Singleton, of Ebensburg. SHERIFF : Lt.-Col. Richard Kyckman, Johnstown. TRKASI.'TtER : Lt.-Col. TV sr. A. WcDermitt, Clearfield. COtSTY COMMISSIONER . Copt. Francis M. Flanagan, White. JURY commissioner: James Cooper, Taylor township. roon house director: JSergt. John S. Oopen, Johnstown. AUDITORS : JonN Van Scoyoc, White, 3 years. Ciiaules Uuxton, Jackson, 1 year. CORONER : Capt. Geo. B. Stineman, Richland. Head tho address of the Republican State Central Committee, published on oar first page. It is the ablest appeal of the campaign. . ELSEVTnERE in to day's psper will be found the full proceedings ot the Repub lican County Convention. The ticket nominated, though possibly not the best available, is still gooJ, and ought to be elected. Let us go to work with a will and elect it. TnE rebel papers have a story in cir culation to the effect that John Wilke...

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. — 5 September 1867

19 f ka j i ts. in f i o- i ei t b,' n. lot 1 1,1 i IC3 I fuRSDAY::::::::::::::SEPTEMBER 5. ptSBUR0 AND CRESSON RAILROAD. nl fter MoJj AP 29, 1867, train3 I' tliU road will run as follows : !-.re EBENSBURQ - .. i i!.. connectintr-witk Dav Em. At East and Phil. Exp. West. 15 p. connecting with Phila. Eip. At '' East and Mail Train West. , .YX Cresson f. ov A. M., -or on departure of Phil. Espres 3 West. a4oF-- or on departure of Phila. ' Eioress East. j-aE Republican Convention. Pursuant to call of the Chairman of the o3Dtj Committee, the Republican Coun ty Convention met in the Town Hall, Eb- t-csburg, on Monday afternoon 2d icst. The following named delegates were :resent : :ieghany John Glass, Geo. Litzinger. Blucklick John Q. Adams, Saml. Reed. Cambria tp. A. M'Vicker, Benj. Lloyd. Cambria boro. Samuel Carmichael, John :.:iyer. , Carroll Alex, oincimr, joun jj. ucuu. Chess Springs A. W. Greerr, A. Chute. Clearfield W. A. M'Dermitt, J. Cratzer. j-oneliaugh tp. B. F. Slick, A. Cove...

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. — 5 September 1867

A Xcw magazine. Hemlock, August 12, 18G7. To the Editor of The Alleghanian : "A new magazine, devoted to radical ideas of universal suffrage, universal edu cation, equality of all men before the law, the right of every citizen, regardless of race, color, or sex, of lawful age, and unconvicted of crime, 'to participate in the choice of rulers and making of the laws by which they are to bo governed; free speech, free trade, freedom from arbitrary and illegal arrests, and the right of halcai corpus and trial by jury; moral, and, as far as possible, physical aid to the republicans of Europe in all their strug gles xvith despotism; the democratizing and liberalizing of our State and Federal constitutions as cardinal principles of their political faith, &c, tec, is about to be lauuched. The first number will b bsued next September and brought out iimultaneously in New York, New Or leans, and St. Louis. European as well as American writers will be employed as contributors, the object b...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 12 September 1867

U U 11 . " . '" 1 111 '"" 1 """ " ' " - "" 1 ". ' 1111 " ' '-""i"' -IJr."Ji'i!i'''7Mi ;vrr ' i 'li'ii'irVYrnITi-iniNiin.. ' i mi....". !;rr'li V n ' .n t ' irr'ZJmSSa n " r r. -....i- r. . v '., Il m,,m,L2... ''rr1,- 1 " ' J " 1 .."J".n'.'-"n ,' , 'IS'." ' """"i JOW 4!JU 1! JU ; ; 1'4 3 d,, U- u- CllS l-H :at 1 iu :ha ,n er en iaa ora J. 5 o the a. eri t and t a ha-rga row esi-t un-f ab lies :ity, 'I us f n S 03 !arl LlSSl i sit t. -I er fir .ill oi ill-on- ilic, lor i. J.C. nn HUTUIlinSU. Editor. 1 G. IltTtJIIIKSOX, IMibllNliei tTTl1' Attorney at V Law, Ebensburg, Pa. ji 24, 1867. - JJTfENLON, Attorney at Law, A Ebensburg, Pa. jsT 0R'lce PPoslte tte Kank. IT Law, Ebensburg, Pa. V . . i. T-i r: 1 4 p2 Ofhce in uoionnaao iiow. lju.- FY. TIEK.lN.UI, Attorney ai liair, Ebensburg, Cambria county, Pa. ja-UInce in uoionnaue nuw. .J"- J 0I1NSTON & SCANLAN Attorneys t Law. EbensburgPa. . nrr, n nnneit th Court House. rty "Ffwu w , L. JOHSSTU.1. tjr.u .I j tMKS C. EASLY, Attorney at Law,...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 12 September 1867

TnURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1867. REPUBLICAN TICKET. . CCPKEKI JUDGE : HlKRY W. Williams, of Alleghany co. ASSEMBLY : Zi. Samuel Singleton, of Ebenbirg. sheriff: Zt.-Col Richard Ryckman, Johnstown. TRKABI RKR : Li-C2. Wm. A. McDermitt, Clearfield. COCSTT COMMISSIONER : Copt. Francis M. Flanagan, White. JCBY COMMISSIONER: James Cooper, Taylor township. POOR HOCSE DIRECTOR : Sergl. John S. Oqden, Johnstown. AroiTons : John Van Scoyoc, White, 3 eart. Charles Ruxto.v, Jtckaon, 1 year. corcser: Copt. Geo. B. Sxineman, Richland. Tlie Cri.ul-aal I'artics. Daring the cilsUnco of the late rebel lion, the minds of men were too busily occupied Vith the affairs and burdens of war to give thoughtful atttntion to the work of reconciliation and restoration that was inevitably to follow a triumphant issue for the nation. So many momentous events had been occurring through the ntiro period of our struggle, and follow ing one another in such rapij succession, nd demanding the entire energy cf the people,...

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. — 12 September 1867

5 H in f ? rd's po-. tb.' iea; ing.i ' it. ' ihj Stt: : ia' J Snl coi ic4 in obi vLo .OS, .ES! icei best it a e 9) m21 Co) nesi) usi- the .190 faa- ICTt OT had bVic f- .CJ 3. CA3 y cl ah .a, ; atci ' fig Pbit-tvtr. do at and AY:::::::::.:SEPTEMBER 12. LOCAL AND PERSONAL j.BtN-SBUna AND CRESSON RAILROAD. r IWondft'C-AnV 29. 1867. trnfna nn na - ji--r - -u" . -11 1 1 . this road rua a 05 A. connecting with Day Exp. East and Phil. Exp. West. k 15 p. ., connecting -with Phi la. Exp. At East anu aiau xrain nest. uD A. M., or on - "impress "West. departure of Fhil. ..BiOl. M., or o M., or on departure of Phila. iixpress East. rounT Proceedings. Following is ,3 abstract of tho business transacted in j(,ff Court of Quarter Sessions of Cambria jjunty last week : Comth. vs. Marshall Lindsay assault iid battery with intent to commit a rapo. Guilty- Coruth. vs. John Wolf afta John Werr -larceny. iot guilty. Comth. vs. Peter Keolau assault and :ittery. Guilty. Sentenced to pay $1.00 cosfs of pro...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 12 September 1867

An Accipknt How Bill Got Shot. "Bill, don't you know that dad don't allow jon lo buy shot?" asked a young urchin of his brotberrwbo was making a purcbaso of tbat article. "You just never mind me," faid the other boy. "I'll thank you to attend to yonr own business, Mister Bob. I don't care what dad allows ; I'll buy what I pleaie." "I'm going to tell dad," paid Bob, and be rushed home and into the room where the old man was quietly reading the mor ning paper. "Dad, dad," yelled the boy, "Bill's went and got shot I" "Good heavens!" exclaimed the old man, dropping the paper and boltiDg for the door; "where is lie ?" "Down to Smith's store," responded Bob. In his excitement, the old man forgot to remove bis reading glasses, and in go ing down the steps ho misjudged the dUtance to the pavement, stepped off too qon, and landed on all fours. He gathered himself up and started for the $tore. The pavement appeared to him to be about level with his kuecs, and con sequently in his" violent eff...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 September 1867

m ..-'-I - ' "--r - " I'"."'" i hi urn p I, n.i. .. n. ii. mi i ii "i r. ii , .. ,., .. , ,i i . mm yi I ! in.rni " ' ' " ' ' "" '" " Kmrn . mn-lT.( . n.n , - ti..iI.Immiitii r mm .-WJiiwirTwWV rWAdiMM.- ' ' " "' " SflTTClIIXSOX, Editor. 5 E IIUTCIIIXSOX, I WOULD RATHER EE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hkset Clay. TERMS J3-00 PEU M b- $2.00 1ST ADVAIVCE. IIUTC'IIIXSOX, Publisher. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1807. NUMBER 35. TiTlUM KITTELL, Attorney at 21, 1SC7. . . . T . T ... i T 'OflN rxJiU, .Attorney at law, Ebensbnrg, Pa. rrr,n nnrmsite the Bank. fian24 jj-v."-- vn - i- OKGE M. EEADE, Attorney at If Law, hbensburg, l a. A n', a in Colonnade Row. i 1. TIERNEY, Attorney at Law, n,.neVi!iFir f!amVir!. cnnntv. Pa. ft . ijljtuawui v . j j S- ... 1 .7 1... ri n nOj UllNSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensbnrg, l'a. Oflico opposite the Court House. jonxsTOv. jan24 J. e. scanlax. vMKS C EASL1, Attorney at L.aw n i ? T fjiTroiitOwn, tftniuna, cwuaij, x a. SHOEMAKER, Attorney a...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 September 1867

Tlio .llosliaiiiaii, TnURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1867. REPUBLICAN TICKET. SI PRRMK JI DQE : Henhy W. Williams, of Alleghany co. ASSEMBLY : Lt. Samuel Singleton, of Ebcneburg. siiERivr: Lt.-Col ElCIJAItD Ryckman, Johnstown. TREAH'BEH : Lt.-Ctl. Wm. A. AIcDermitt, Clearfield. rocsTV cosimissionkr : Copt. FitAKCis M. Flanagan White. ji:by commissioner: James Cooper, Taylor township. TOOR HOl'fK DIRECTOR : Sergt. Joiin S. Ocjden, Johnstown. ArniTOFS : John Van Scoyoc, White, 3 years.' Charles liuxTOX, Jackson, 1 year. CORCXER : Capt. Geo. 13. Stineman, Richland. Will flic People Heed ? We believe that the coming election will result in the advancement of Judge Williams to a seat upon the Supreme Rcnch of the State. Rut it 13 not enoush that ho should be elected. lie should have a majority that would plainly show the absence of any change in the senti ments oflthe people. Any considerable reduction from our majority of last. year will be used by the desperate Democracy to prove what they wou...

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. — 19 September 1867

u u t :1 S3 P. ?0. sew ove bud bt TCI. s CM) r of A ii.i 5-tl ! "I oui :.NQ '8 tO and bfck biiy tii hty, pair 1 a erf :ri fflUBSDAY::::::::::::SEPTEMBER 19. Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad. Oa and ftfter Mnda7i AP S9 1867, trains " tbi3 ra run aa 0W8 : L SAVE EBENSBURG t 6 05 A. M.( connecting with Day Exp. East and Phil. Exp. West, i, 7 15 P. M., connecting -with Phila. Exp. A ' East and Mail Train West. CRESSON it 9-2 A or on departure of Thil. Express West. H fl.40 P. M.f or on departure of Phila. Express East. , CofRT Proceedings. The following cases were disposed of by the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria county last week : Emma Priogle, admx. of John Pringle, 2ec'd., ys. George W. Pringle feigned issue. Jury find for plaintiff. Wm. W. Jackson, Jeremiah Ritz and Kachel his wife, late Rachel Jackson, Thomas Rurchinell and Lavinia his wife, late Lavinia Jackson, Mary 13. Freder icks, intermarried with Wm. Fredericks, ate Mary 1$. Jackson, and Laura Mattern, her guardian David "Wat...

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. — 19 September 1867

Consequences of "Wearino a New Hat. -The following queer Etory is copied from the correspondence of tbe Chicago Tribune : Let rao relate an tdveulcre that an honest FreDchmaD from the rural district had not many days since. " About three weeks . ago a well-dreesed per-tleuian, ipeaking xrench with a decidedly Knghch accent, entered a hatmaker'fl shop on the eld Boulevards, and left an order for cix tifi-brimined hats. He wanted thcra made-alike a model of a peculiar fchspe, which he brought with him, and to be trimmed with a ribbon of a certain color. He left a separate measure for each. The order was called for by the stranger. The hatmaker, thinking that tbe bats were a fashion just out in London and that there might be a demand of the fame ort, had manufactured two additional nea. These be placed in the how ease which he had at the exposition, duly la beled, "the latest Ecglisb. style." "Well, the honest Gallic countryman re ferred to, who had come to l'am with his apouse to see ...

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. — 26 September 1867

!',F I11TCII12VSOX, Publisher. if.'" ' Volume s. .,rTAT DT)fnT Air Arrmv j.fursiant to an Act of the General ...,:!! v cf the Commonwealth of Pennsvl- rt-;a, entitled "Au Act relating to the elec I ,',f tin's Commonwealth," approved 2d '1.;"0f July, A. D. 1839, 1, JAMES MYERS. Si'trilf of the County of Cambria, in Tb'nHnonwealth of Pennsylvania, do here v make known and give notice to the elec Vst,f the county aforesaid, that a General action will be hp!. kin the county of Cam--, on the SECOND TUESDAY, being the ;s,iavof OCTOIJER.A. I. 18G7.at which following State and County oflicers will : elected, to wit : One person forjLcroffice of Judge of the ,reme Cjurt'of the Commonwealth of ";2s viva nia, One" person to represent the county of (j-:e person ro nil tne oince ol cjuerm or ;.'. county, (v eibun to fill the office of Treasurer of us icuuntv. (st person to fill the office of Commis- V.irui Uiinona county. I'to persons t j fill the office of Jury Ccm .,iiitrs of Cambria count'. 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. — 26 September 1867

ifff -' 2LC THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1867. " - REPUBLICAN TICKET. RCPREMK JUDGE: IIewut W. Williams, of Alleghany co. AS6CMBLT : Lt. Samuel Sikgleton, ot EbenBburg. SHERIFF : Lt.-Coh Richard Ryckman, Johnftown. TREASURER : Lt.-CoL Wm. A. McDermitt, Clearfield. COUNTY COMMISSIONER : Copt. Fiiancis M. Flanagan, White. jury commissioner: James Cooper, Taylor township. roon iiocsk director: Sergt. JOHN S. OGDEN, JoliDStown. Al'DITORS : John Van Scoyoc, White, 3 years. Cuaules Buxton, Jackson, year. CORONER : Copt. Geo. B. Sxinlman, Richland. f f p ' p cj e w n rs $ z- Keep lt Before tbe People! The following is an extract from Judge Bharswood's opinion in the ca6e of Borie va. Trott : "On the whole, then, I am of opinion that the provision of the act of Congress of Feb ruary 25th, 1862, declaring the notes issued in pursuance of the act to be lawful money, nnd a legal tender, is unconstitutional. "This renders it unnecessary that 1 should consider the other question which has been made, ...

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. — 26 September 1867

T id- lia esJ. 'V OS" t It I it of ch : 8-' il-I at ; -tl 1 i 'OS f )U- ' t r iv L&d ! b: re. at art 0 ts of in fQURSDAT::::::::::::SEPTE3IBER 26. JBENSBUBQ AND CftKSSON Railroad. Oa ted after Monday, Ap:. 29, 1867, trains his road will run as follows : LJAVB EBENSBURO it 6 05 A connectin "with Day Exp. East and Phil. Exp. West, it 7 15 P connecting with Phila. Exp. ' East and Mail Train West. LtXV Cbesson - t 9.2V A.M., or on departure of Thil. Express West. Express East. atm.ogy. Tbe present number of AI fhe.Afophanian has been got out under a combination of peculiar difficulties. On last Thursday, the Publisher was prostra ted by a dangerous illness, from which he jj still suffering, necessitating our pres tnce with him much of tbe time. As it tappens, there is not a single unemployed winter in town, upon whom to fall back thi3 hour of need, so we have had, :erforce, to "run the machine" unaided ind alone, and do the best we could "be tfCeD times." This will account for the t...

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. — 26 September 1867

Steam versus Horse Power. This is Mark Twain's last r JJuuiruer Jim was a good natured, illiterate, companionable vagabond, wbomaJc his living by devious, inscrutable ways in San Francisco for years, but he came cast finally, and old 1 riends pot bim a berth in Washington as a sort of general superintendent cf the Capitol building. There was a steam en gine in his department, and it was the joy of his life, lie had never been officially connected with a steam eiJtrinc before, and so he was justly proud of h3s new and distinguished positiou. lie never threw awny a chance to lure visitors, by various and specious pretests, into his engine room, and then expatiate to them on tbe wonderful machine. One day, a visitor paid : "It is a pretty fine engine no doubt abont that. Hov7 many horse-power is it V "Horse-power, your grandmother I" was the response; "it troes by steam !" Wolldn't be Left a "Widow. A little nun in the west of Maryland rubbed to the Potomac river, not long ago, swear i...

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. — 10 October 1867

MA ill II I --- IS I WOULD TMYHn BE I?TOH7 THAN PRESIDENT. Hfkrt Ciay. II. E IIl?TCIl3SOiT, IBulillslor. ?.00 IX ADVAA'CI. ;0LUME 8. Er!:NS7.UHG, PA.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 18G7. NUMBER 88. . , T I M Kl'ITFLL, Aforney at Lbcciburg, Pu. luS I'l'LN IjC X, Attorney at Law, F.bensburg, Pa. vt Office opposite the Bank. j:n24 E0nGK"M. BEAPE, Attorney at Law, F.benssburc, Pa. Office in Colonnade Row. jan24 "Y. T I E R X K T, A t forney nt Law, , F.lenbnrg. Cambria county, Pa. Office in Colonnade I!ow. jn24 Uclobor. 1INSTON & SIWNLAN. Attorneys nt Law. F.bensburg, Pa. ,-? Office opposite the Court House. JOHNSTON. j;u24J J. K . SC-NLAJf. Y'.S C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, Tirrolltown, Cambria county, Pa. Xnliitectural Drawings and f-'pectn- jan24 ',1 , .1. SHOEMAKER, Attorney at Lhw, Ebcnsbnrg, Pa. r 'rnl;r attention pid to collection. a (illice one door vast of Llovd k Co.'s I tlou.-e. , jan24 iJM'KL f-'JNGLETON, Attorney at J.iw, Ebensburg, Va. Oirice on High !. west of Foster's llo'tl. ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 10 October 1867

3 i Ttio jfiLllogliaiiiaii. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1867. THE ELECTION VUVU .YEWS AXD TRUE TO OX E SIDE OR THE OTHER .' What Itie Xamc of tlie Fellow that's Elected I AD THEM WE BOLPLY CHARGED TnK BREECH, WE GRIZZLY-BEARDED MEN ; SHiHUKU TO THE MfZZLK OF THE GUNS, AND THK5 YKLL BACK AGAIN ! WUAT COUNTY GETS THE REPUBLICAN PRIZE BANNER? LITTLE CAMBRIA NOT AFTER IT ? A SMALL VOTE, AND THAT PRIN CIPALLY DEMOCRATIC! DOES A. J. LIKE THE RESULT t DO THE REBELS . -AXD Delightful State of Uncertainty Affl I A MAN AND A BROTHER? OR A MX' T If WM. A. WALLACE TO BE HEARD FROM. Wednesday afternoon. The election returns thus far are too meager to allow na to form any estimate ot the result in the State. The vote is uniformly light, nJ considerable Democratic gains are apparent nearly everywhere. Philadel phia, which gave Geary 5,388 majority, gives SharswooJ about 1,500 majority. We lose 1,200 votes in Alleghany county, and 1,000 in ("Lester. The returns yet to come in may put a different face on ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 10 October 1867

.( J fnFRSDAY::::::::::::::::::OCTOBER 10. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ebensburq and Cresson Railroad. 0q ftDtl after Monday, Ap!. 29, 18C7, trains tbij road will run as follows: on l.KAVE KllENSBURQ jU 6.01 A. XI., connecting with Day Exp. l-.ast ana l'mi. r.xp. est. t 7.15 I. M., connecting with Phila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. jxave Cresson M 9.2 A. M., '"or on departure of Thil. Express West. At 8.40 P. M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. Memoranda . Nicholas Vandevinder vfli tried at the late Quarter Sessions of Indiana county for the murder of his son-jD-lavvi John 15. I3ower9, and was acquit ted on the ground of insanity. The jury were out twenty-?ix hours hefore arriving at a verdict.. ..They are talking of found ing an academy at Altoona....The half foot of dust covering our streets was suc cessfully bid on Thursday night last by a heavy rain ptorm.... little boy named Foust was instantly killed at Altoona a few days since by being run over by an tine. Judging from the ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 10 October 1867

I ACoNFiioiEPGnuMEi.i:u. Some time ao, there lived in !'iir iMsrh a C:;!eh ra ted grunihW, rMnui Sat. civ R'srck, wh e often recurring fi s rf f-p'een or indiges tion produced fiine air-iiMn seer es, vr li ich were highly reiihe.l by nil except, the brute's patioM li'tle wife. Ooe nr;iii :, Sandy rose bent on ! q:rrel. Th eg;s and l.iiu'uifs, tnl-.icd by himself tlie j-r-vious evening, were dor:e to a ti.rr., ami break fas-t jascu v.itl.gut tic tipee'ec"; biow-up. MY hat will you Lave for dluncr, San dy V o-ked Mr. BUk. "A chicken, nir-dnm." was the rer-Ly. Roast or boi:d ?' asked the wife Confound if, madam," prowled Sandy, "if you bad been a good and considerate wife, you d l ave known before thi what I like!" und be hlauimed the door. It was i:. the pprimr, a.;d :i Irieiid who Wris present beard r he l tile wife my Sandy's bent on a disiurbance to-dav ; I fltail not be ablo to please hiut, do what 1 may." jMnner-time came, rrd fvir.dy took hi place at I lie table. The. ti-U was e...

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