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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 12 November 1868

uu Iff fillip CJJSM fiSC " 'IT v 'm' '. i ti . T. Ill' I 7 Dl TORS - mm -m t c m'' x mi. JAMES, J VOLUME 9. WILLIAM IviliiiiJi, Attorney ai Law. Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 1808. ' JOHN FENLON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Ta. jf2T OHice on High street. augl3 EOlUiK M. 11EADE, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Q Office in Colonnade Row. angl3 ILUAM II. SECIILEll, Attor ney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. OCice in Colonnade Row. aug2C GEORGE W. OATMAN, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, and United States Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb ensburg, Pa. aug3 OHXSTON S: SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. ZZzT OHice opposite the Court House. E. L. JOHNSTON. ailgl3 J. K. SCANtAN. AaUJEL SINGLETON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. j&ftjr OHice on High street, west of Fos ier'siIoleI. nugl3 J AMES C. KASLY, Attorney at Law, Carrolltovvii, CHinbrin county, Pa. XT" Arhitectt;ral Drawings and Specifi cations mad. Aug 13 -X71 ,). WATE US, Justice of the Peace and Scrivener. fJ" fll c adjoininc dwell...

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. — 12 November 1868

1 f i . - 1- f THURSDAY N'OVEMCEH 12, I8G8. T?:a is si vlug. f'omtomrtlth oj Pennsylvania : Unto God, our Creator, we nre indebted for life nnd all its blessings. Ir. therefore becomes ,js at all times to render unto Him the homage of grateful hearts; and iti the performance of our sacred duties, to setnpart special periods to ''enter into His gate3 with thanV5givingand into His courts with praise." .'or this purpose, and in accordance with an established custom, I have designated THURS DAY, THI 2f3TlI DAY OF NOVKMBER NEXT, and I recommend that the people of this Common Wealth on that day refrain from their usual avocations anil pursuits, nnd assemble at their chosen places of worship, to "praise the name of God and magnify II im with thanks giving devcutly to acknowledge their de pendence, and lay upfn IJis altars the cheer ful offerings of prate fill hearts. Let us thank Mini with. Christian humility for health and prosperity, abundant harvests, the protection of commerce, and adv...

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 November 1868

SIS Til UllSDA Y::::::::::::::NO VE M 1JER 12 EbENSBURG AND CRESSON ItAI&ItOAD, On and after Monday, Aug. 3, 1868, trains on this road will ran as follows: Leave Ecensburo At 0.15 A. II., connecting with Day Exp. East and Phil. Exp. West. At 7.1 j P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp, East and Mail Train West. LEAVE CRESSON At 9.20 A. M., or on departure of Thil. Express West. At SAO P. M-, or on departure of Thila. Express East. The Allegiianian. On Monday last, the following remark was made to us WcU, the election is over, and I svpjiose tint noic The Ai.legiianian xcill be dis roittt'uurd." This remark, we imagine, w:is based on the fact that The Alle ciiaman, after a discontinuance of a few months, renewed publication about the commencement of the political campaign ju.st closed. For fear the idea contained in the re mark quoted may generally prevail, we bog to say this : The Aelegiianian was not a campaign paper, and its publication will not now be suspended. "When we re newed...

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. — 12 November 1868

Tlie farmers' Department. Make More Butter. Butter h very high and it is desirable to mcreaso the supply of au article in such general use. There is but one way of doing this. We cannot increase the number of cows bo as to meet the demand this fall and winter, but we can by liberal feeding en able the cows that we have to givo more milk, or at least we can pet more milk containing from one-third to one-half more butter. That liberal feed will do this there can be no questiou. What ex tra food to give depends on circumstan ces. The quality of the gras at this sea son is apt to deteriorate, and even when there is all abundance of ic, a little richer food can be given to the cows with great advantage. When gras3 is short, there is still greater necessity for and advantage in providing extra food. In many sec tions there is much corn imperfectly ear ed, and there can be no better way of dis posing of it than to feed it out, stalks and all. to milch cows. This will save husk ing. If well...

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. — 19 November 1868

J. T. HUTCHINSON, EDiTORS. ED. JAMUS, I VOLUME 9. WILLIAM KIlTJiiL., Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 1868. JOHN FENLON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Ta. Office on High street. LatiS13 GEORGE M. READE, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonnade Row. auglS W- 1LLIAM H. SECnLEti, Attor nev at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office'in Colonnade Row. aug20 GEORGE W. OATMAN, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, and United States Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb ensburg, Pa. augl3 JOHNSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Egr Office opposite the Court House. K. L. JOHNSTON. aUg!3 J. K. SCANLAN. SAMUEL SINGLETON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. 57- Office on High street, west of Fos ter's Hotel. augl3 JAMES C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, Carrolltown, Cambria county, Pa. 55" Architectural Drawings and Fpecifi cationa made. fauS13 J. WATERS, Justice of the Peace and Scrivener. Office adjoining dwelling, on High St., Ebensburg, Pa. Lau? U-bnr aTSI1o"eMAKE11, Attorney at . Law,...

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. — 19 November 1868

THURSDAY NOVEMBEH 10, 1868. Tbanktiglvtiip. ComttllMWealth ojf Pennsylvania : Unto Ood, oor Creator, we tire Indebted for liTe and all Ita blessings. It, therefore, becomes us at times to render unto Him the homage of grateful hcf.rts; and in the performance of our sacred duties, to setupart ppecial periods to ''enter into His pates with thanksgiving and into His courts with praise." For this purpose, and in accordance with an established custom, I have designated Thurs day, TUB 2tiTH DAY Or XOVEMBKR NEXT, and I recommend that the people of this Common wealth on that day refmin from their usual avocations and pursuits, and assemble at their chosen places of worship, to "praise the name of God and mngnify Him with thanks giving;"' devoutly to acknowledge their de pendence, and lay upon His altars the cheer ful offerings of grateful hearts. Let us thank Him with Christian humility for health and prosperity, abundant harvests, the protection of commerce, and advance ment of scientific,...

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 November 1868

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad. 0n and after Monday, Aug. 3, 1868, trains on this road will run as follows : Leave Erensburq At r15 A. M., connecting with Day Exp. Ea3t and Phil. Exp. West. At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. Leave Cresson At 9.20 A. M., or on departure of Thil. Express West. At 8.40 P. M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. Memoranda. A man named Isaac Thomas lay down across the railroad track near Tyrone and fell asleep, a few days :iz, and a passing train cut both his legs off near the ankles. He was intoxicated at the time.... The store of Bell & Truhy, in Blairsville, was entered by burglars on the night of the 2d inst., and robbed of money and merchandise to the amount of $20... .A petition; has been presented to frovemoT deary praying for the pardon of Scott Monroe, convicted nearly a year ago )f burglariously entering the saloon of the .Mountain House la this place and dcspoil- i ang it of sundry ...

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 November 1868

! j Tlio Farmers' Dcpaflment. How a Farmer may Lose Money. By not taking a good liooie paper. Keeping do account of home opera tion". Paving no attent on to t! e maxim, in. t 'A stitch in time saves nine," in regard to trie sowing of grain and planting of seed at the proper season. Leaving reapers, plwe, cultivator, etc, uncovered from the rain and heat of the sun. More money is lost in this way than ti i t r most people are wining -o Deneve. Permitting broken implements to be scattered over the frm until they are ir reparable. By repairing broken imple ment at the proper time many dollars may be saved, a proof of the assertion that "lime is money.' Attending the auctions and purchasing all kinds of trumpery, because, in the words of the vender, the articles are "very cheap." Allowing fences to remain unre paired until strange cattle are found graz ing in the meadow, grain fields, or bruis ing the fruit trees. Disbelieving the principle of a rotation cf crops before making a single ...

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 November 1868

I 5 I 111 III III If I Ti II Itlllt J. T. IHITCIIIXSOXa EDITORS. ED. JAMES, i VOLUME 0. WILLIAM KITTELL, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. " August 13, 1868. JOHN FENLON, Attoruey at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. jgy- Office on High street. augl3 EORGE M. READE, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonnade Row. aagl3 WILLIAM II. SECIILER, Attor ney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. X2f Office in Colonnad Row. aug20 EORGE W. OATMAN, Attorney at Law and Claim -Agent, and United States Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb ensburg, Pa. aug!3 JOHNSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Offica opposite the Court House. B. L. JOUN8TON. fftllg!3 J. K. BCANLAJf. SAMUEL SINGLETON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg,-Ta. y Office on High street, west of Fos ter's Hotel. augl3 JAMES C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, Carrolltown, Cambria county, Pa. jfVaf Architectural Drawings and Fpecifi cations made. ugl3 E. J. WATERS, Justice of the Peace and Scrivener. ftS?- Office adjoining dwelling, tm nigh St., Ebensburg, ...

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 November 1868

THLUSDAY NOVEMBEU 26, 1868. Contouvenlth of rennajlvania : Unto God, our Creator, we are indebted for life and all its blessings. It. therefore, v - u times to render unto Him the homage of pratelul hearts; and In the .performance ol oorsncreu u. i 7 1 ". J ipecUr periods to "enter into L! gites with thanksgiving and into His courts with praise. For this purpose, and in accordance with nn established custom, I hive designaiedl iicus- IAY. TH 2GtM DAY OF NoVEMBKU NEXT, and 1 a kt fho t,m.1i nf this Common- rrciHiMiiciiu iv .... 1.1. tht f4,i; rffriLinr from their usual l VI - avocations and pursuits, and assemble at their chosen places of worship, to "praise the f ri..i n.l m:i-nifv Him with thanks- civlne :" devoutly to acknowledge tUcir de- pendenee, ana lay upon :ns vw. ful offerings of grateful hearts. ;Let us thank Him with Christian humility for health and prosperity, abundant harvests, the protection of commerce, and advance ment oT scientific,, mechanical H'd mauufac inturosr...

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 November 1868

; Alio Qaao.xaJ.qjta. NOVEMBER 2G. LOCAL AND PERSONAL essburg and Cresson Railroad. and after Monday, Aug. 3, I80S, trains , s road will ran as ionows: - c VE KnENSBUKO - i 25 A. 11., connecting with Day Exp. Ki3t and Phil. Exp. West. 7 15 I'. M., connecting with Phila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. i-IvE Cresso ' , t 9.2j A.M., or on departure of. rhu. l " Express West. 419.31 T. M., or on departure of Pbila. Express L.ast. I Memoranda. -A. man named John rJrers, of Homer, Indiana county, hap-r-jinir i Philadelphia on last elec J I day, wefct iuto the Fourth Ward to 8 I how the Democrats did their voting iu It notorious district. lie was accosted a big Irishman and requested to walk to the polls and Vote for Seymour and nr. Jir. 1J. answereu mat u umu t fe that tickei I a party of L3ut him near e that ticket j whereupon the Irishman f roughs set upon him and nearly to death. We imagine tie gentleman's curiosity was rather more khan satisfied.... A new schedule went into cfect on 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 November 1868

Hovr the President Is Elected. The electors chosen by the people of the several States are required, by the Act of 1792, to assemble at the capitals of their respective State on the first Wednesday in December, being the 2nd day of that month this year, and there to vote by bal lot for President and Vice President, making lists of tho ballots cast for each. These are to be transmitted, before the first Wednesday in January, to the Presi dent of the Senate at Washington. On the second Wednesday in February, that officer will open all these certificates, in the presence of te two Houses of Con gress, and the votes are then counted, usually by tellers designated by each House. The persons having, respectively, the greatest number of votes, for Presi dent and Vice President, provided such numbers be majorities of the whole num ber of electors appointed, "shall be," says the Constitution, ''President and Vice President.' There arc other provisions in that instrument, applicable to a case...

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. — 3 December 1868

If if Ul'illl, Ml I 1 fife' ipJC7iirTCiiixso I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clat. T " R V S -r l K 1 J " A x tJ 1,1 VOLUME 9. EBENSBTJUG, PA.f,THUESBAYDECEMBER . 8, 18G8. NUMBER 17. -rfTlLLIAM K1TTELL, Attorney at Y . Law, Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 18G3. J"OHN FENLON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, To.. Office on High street. ugl3 EOllGE M. KEADE, Attorney at Lawf Ebensburg, Pu. J- Office in Colonnade Row. augl3 1LLIAM H. SEOHLER. Attor ney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Cf Office in Colonnade Row. aug20 GEO KG E W. OATMAN, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, and United States Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb ensburg, Pa. ang!3 JOHNSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensbnrg, Pa. Office opposite the Court House. a. L. JOHNSTO.V. ailg!3 J. E. BCAHLAX. SAMUEL SINGLETON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Ey- Office on High street, west of Fos ter's Hotel. ftug3 JAMES C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, Carrolltown, Cambria county, Pa. Architectural Drawings and Specifi cations made. faugl...

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. — 3 December 1868

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1868. Revolul Ion. It has, perhaps, been the crotchet, of each generation sinc Aihim to reirarJ the era in which it played a part as the most important of all history. Certainly we tihall say nothing-, at any rate, just now, to do hurt to so fine a fi r.cy. Egotism fits so nicely on us all, and (in our own conception) makes us such important crea turcs, that it's a pity to burst the beauti ful, though evanescent, soap bubble. Yet we do lire in an important era, if for no other reason than that it is an era, and one in which everything seems to be doubtivl, always excepting our own impor tanceto the universe and everything else. We live in an important era for another reason we are making changes hy the wholesale, whether for the better or worse in the lon run, probably no per son now born will live to know. Of course, we all say they arc for the better, meaning thereby that we are trucly convinced they arc so, and our hope is as buoyant as a fish bladder. All t...

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. — 3 December 1868

r I ' ii. " -L 11 ir ' ... ' , , . IT 1 rVrL5IATr uruPECEMBEE S. j;rxv?rrE.3 and Ce-ESSox 2La.h.hoad. 7rr. etc after ilotdsy, Dec. 1, ItCt, trains ct :t- 'oae ""i rct fallows : ii A. X. , connecting with DEy Exp. r.art and Phil. Erp. "West, it ?. M., connecting with Phlia, TVr.. Last and ilE.Il Train West. luT'r Cnrssoy At i .21 A. X., or on departure of Ph3. Express West, i.: . .: I I'. or ft departure Df Pklia. Ervrtss -Curt. VriTMAXi)A. Scott Monroe. COI1T1C- rampartS, mg or so LOCAL COEEESPOXDZXCn. - 0-s -r - aaxn a. J- JIO CCSIEiFGB TWO yCESOKB TpT' TT A X'TT' "It"-rr - 4 . -r frst day of December having arrived, tie ii&ppv amily ere again on tie - jiiit-iLu. tteniuuiig, are we.' tie cLancos of picking Tip a situation id tbe Prmbonotury oSce upon tbe re tirement of the old Ivc,tionotarv and tie advent of tie iew. " "A strong contest is 1 tbe Cnemangi river . in tie rear of tie going on between certain of tie Tumllv as j rpt:nd iouse of tie P. E, 3L Co. fur foot to Tio sbail...

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. — 3 December 1868

- . M i mm me - a w vwv m n w The 1 ill" Hie I m.. Our Receipt for Curing Meat. To one gallon of water, Take H lbs. of salt, J lb. of sunar, i oz. of saltpetre, J oz of potash. T. this "ratio tho picklo to be increased to any 'quantity desired. .Let these be boiled I together, until all the dirt from the war rises to the top and 6 skimmed off. Then throw it- into a tub to cool, and when cold, pour it over your beef or pork, to remain the usual time, say lour or live weeks. The meat must be well covered ivith nir!rli an d should not be put down for at least two daya after killing, during which time it should be slightly sprinkled with powdered saltpetre, which removes all the surface blood, &c., leavir.g the meat fresh and clean. Some omit boiling the pickle, and Cud it to answer well; thou-h iunnrt;nn of boiling purifies tho picklo by throwing off the dirt always to be found io salt and sugar. If this receipt is property tried, it will never bo abandoned. There is none that surp...

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 December 1868

J. T. Ili'Tt;Mvf I EDITORS. Vn. JA3IGS, i VOLUME 9. -iTTILLlAM Kll iljJiij, Attorney at j Law, Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 1SC8. JOHN FENLON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office on High street. ugl3 GEORGE M. READE, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Ta. kJ- Office in Colonnade Itow. augl3 n7'lLLIAM II. SECHLER, Attor I i ney nt Law, Ebensburg, Pa. 2?- OfTicein Colonnade Row. aug20 G" KOllGE W. O ATM AN, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, and United ifutes Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb ensburg, Pi. angl3 JOHNSTON & SCAN LAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. jpgy Office opposite the Court Hnu3e. R. L. JOHNSTON. fUlglo J. E. SCANLAX. SAMUEL SINGLETON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Ta. rQ" Office on High street, west of Fos ter's Hotel. augl3 J A MLS C. LASLY, Attorney ar j.aw, C irrolltown, Cambria county, Pa. Architectural Drawings nad Specifi cations wide. faugl3 EJ. WATERS. Justice oi the 1'eace and Scrivener. IteJ Office adjoining dwelling, on lligli St., 'Ibenaburtr, Pa. LAU? -m....

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. — 10 December 1868

'"" "' I THURSDAY, DECEMREIi 10, 18CS. Tfie r'&!clei:l'N Message. Con "tops ii:ci cn J Mon Jay, Y.itli 1G1 members ci the House untl 4S Senators j. resent. The Prtbltlcri'ss Mc-i-rrcc w.-is f-ent iu Tu:tI.iv, It (-overs ihc f,,l!.iv.-m- pGiuts nr.. c uclilonj thereon : . 1. That tV.c .Southern States remain ) ror-tralol ia i.:la.trj their resources having been cut (ff r ) i 1 a jrooJIy v-.ortion of "their vj;;:i:iti"n tUsPranchiscl ; their ccn.-:tituii i-.l s denied through Con lit, :.;i.l ine.vt of tl lem remaining uiK-r military rule. Ih Cumiiicnding lho rop; rt of the Secretary of the Treasury, and approving its views relative to a return to specie payments through reduced taxation and a pradual contraction of paper circulation, with sug gestions fur legislation for one currency only, and that the National Banks should have their powers restricted. 3. That our foreign a Fairs aro ia a favorable condition. The negotiations with Great Britain rc riarding the Alabama claims, so ...

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. — 10 December 1868

o A v e i d d KnsxsBUiia and Cresson Railroad. On and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, traius cn this road will run as follows: Leave Ebensburg At 5.-3 A. M., connecting with Day Exp. r:ist and Phil. Exp. West. At 7.15 l M., connecting with Phila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. Leave Cresson At 9.23 A. M., or on departure of Phil. Express West. AtD. 3 1 P. M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. Teachers' County Institute. Tho fvcuti'l session of the Cambria county Teachers' Institute will Lc held at the t'.mrt house, in Ebensburg, commencing Ii'iiday morning, Dec. 21st, inst. The exercises will embrace class drills in the various branches of common school tmlv, reports on subjects of educational interest, and discussions of the reports, lectures, &.c. Among those who arc expected to be jment and participate in the exercises, are Hon. J. 1. "Wickcrshain, State Super intendent of schools, llev. Joseph AVaugh, A. M., Principal of the Ilollidaysburg Female Seminary, 11c v. 13. M. Ke...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 10 December 1868

" importance of Presence Jrllnd. of 1. If a man faints place him on his back and let hiai alone. 2. if soy r'son 13 swallowed, instantly half a glass of old wut-.r, with a heaping tcapoonful each of cniuuinn salt and ground mustard stirred in to if this vomits as 60on as it reaches thetum och" but for fear some of the poison may remain, swallow the whito of one or two raw eggs, or drink o cup of strong cfloe, these Two being antidotes for a greater number of poisons than any other dozen articles known, with the advantage tl their always being at hand ; if not, a pint of sweet oil, or lamp oil, or "dripping" of melted butter, or lard, are good ub btances, especially if they vomit quickly. 3. The be3t thing to stop the bleeding nf a moderate cut instantly is to cover it profusely with cobweb, or flour and salt, half and half. 4. If the blcod comes from a wound by jets or spurts, be epry, or the man wdl die in a few minute?, because an artery is fevered j tie a handkerchief loosely aro...

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