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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 17 December 1868

i u fcatTcniNaoN9EDir0JlSm I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hbbbt Clat TSRUS- ,tl1 1 Annum. IS2.00INADVAKCE. QLUME 9. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1868. NUMBER 19. President's Message. Citizens of the Senate and ITouse of Representatives ; nnn the re-assembling of Congress, it fa becomes roy duty to call your attention ;he state oi the Union, ana disorganized tion under the various laws which have i passed upon the subject of reconstruc It may be safely assumed as an ax in the government of the States, that greatest wrongs inflicted upon the people caused by unjust and arbitrary legisla ,orby the unrelenting decrees of des c rulers, and that injurious and oppres mcasures arc the greatest evils that can dieted upon a nation.' The legislator V a ruler who has the wisdom and mag- inaty to retrace bia steps when convinced nor, will sooner or later be rewarded .the respect and gratitude of an intelli : and patriotic people. Our own history, ii'.gh embracing a perioa of l...

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. — 17 December 1868

THURSDAY, DECEMBEU 17, 18C3. United States Senator. Among the names spoken of for United States Senator in place of Charles R. Puckalcw, we recognize many of men known in the commonwealth for their in tegrity, their business capacity, and their general talent. Out. of tho list the Legisla ture ought to he aLle to find a man who will serve the State well, and adorn his high -position. It is important at the pres ent time, and necessary in order that Pennsylvania may have her due influence in the national councils, that the person chosen be well qualified for the discharge of tite duties pertaining to the oflice. No man can have qualifications so high that he may not find room for their employ ment in the Senate of the United States One man may be well qualified for the transaction of business, and as a business man may have and' deserve a wide-spread reputation. He may be identified with all the great financial interests of the State, and vet not be the man for Senator. An- other may...

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. — 17 December 1868

22.S8SE OMa-o Alloglianian , fuuSDXY::::::::::::s:DECBaiBER 17. EbESSBURG AND CRESSON RAILROAD. On and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains on this road -will ran as follows: Leave Ebensburq At 5.25 A. K.f connecting with Day Exp. East and Phil. Exp. West. At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. Leave Cresson At 9.25 A. M., or on departure of Thil. Express West. At 9.31 P. M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. To Our Subscribers. Those of our subscribers who pay their subscriptions to Tht AUeghanian on or before the 1st of January, next, will be entitled to our ad vance rates, namely $2.00 per annum. Those not paying till after that date will be charged 2.50 per annum. The sub scription price may be handed us or mailed U3 direct, or may be paid to cither of the following named agents : Blacklick Tp JonN IIawkesworth. Carrolltown -E. V. Bahkkr. Cheat Springs M. D. Wagner, Esq. Gallitziu J. M. CiiaisTY. Johnstown Capt. Wm. R. Jones. Susquehanna Tp Jons...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 17 December 1868

SZJS&SSEKSESS Continue! from firtt pig. between the Ui:iteti States and N"rth Ger- many and Bavn.ris f.v to regulation of the rights of natural izl citizens. IltWOK BiV CLAIMS. Tbo examination f claims against tbe Ur.itctl States by the Hudson H:y Compauy is L'Mng diligently prosecuted. REVOLUTIONS IS JAPAN' AXf fcr.VIX. Japan remains a theater of civil war, mark ed b religious incidcuts r.nd poliuoil severities recu;;ur ti that long i.ohitel empire. Tho Executive ha hitherto maintained strict neu trihty among the belligerents, and acknowl edges with pleasure that he h;is been frankly ud fully sustained in that course by an en iclitcnei concurrence and co-operation of the ther treaty power, namely, Great Britain. France, the Netherlands, North Germany and Italy. Spain h-avinr recently iiTidcrgorn a revolu tion, marked extraordinary nnuii;r.i'.y nrd preserva'.ir .i of order, the Pn vis:onl Govern ment e.st;Mished at Madrid has been reoogni and the friendly intercourse which has s...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 24 December 1868

n ij in. JAMES, i VOLUME 9. rLLIAM KITTELL, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 18G8. JOHN IENL.U.N, Attorney at xaw, Ebensburg, Ta. jw Uluce on mgn street. ,nugi. nKOKUJi 31. KrJAJJU, Attorney at IT Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Othce in Uolonuacie now. augio -rrriLLIAM II. SECULER, Attor- ney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonnade Row. LugJU TTrTr.V. V O TM A T. Attornpv at (JT Law and Claim Agent, and United ;;,ite3 Commissioner for Cambria county, Jii ssburg.Pa. augl3 JTOilNSTON & SCANLrAN, Attorneys I.i i T T?l. .-Vn rrr "Pa Omce opposite the Court House. I. L. JOHNSTON. ftUgl3J J. K. SCA.NI.AJf. LiVMlIKL SINCILETON. Attorney at L3 Law, Ebensburg, Pa. C'-i?" Office on High street, west of ! os- -r s Hotel. augl3 TAMES C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, 3 r.-irrolltown. Cambria county. Pa. '"" Architectural Uruwings ana specul ations maue. IIUIB'J J. WATERS, Justice of the Peace f Office adjoining dwelling, on ilign St., isb urg, l'a. LauP 13-6m. fn A. SHOEMAlvKK, 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. — 24 December 1868

nr urn THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2 J, 13GS. Christmas. The coming of Christmas is like the interposition of mercy for the tcuineiinjr of justice. Nature is clothed in her seve rest aspect. The leaves of the furct-t are on?, the flowers bloom not, the sky is overhung with clouds, hiding the sun from-view, and the air is raw and bitter cold. Humanity moves about mufiled it: j-rcat coats, shawls, and furs, or sticks cloeo to the acceptable warmth of the Src. The streams are frozen over, or float on their bosom great masses of ice. The cattle crouch and seek any slicker that breaks the force of the howling wind. Just at this time Christmas comes and makes a holiday, when "Blightly o'er the cheerful hall Flares the heaped hearth, and friends and kindred meet, -And the glad mother round her festive board Beholds her children, separated long .Amid the wide world's wavs, Assembled now A eight at which Affection lightens up "With smiles the eve that age has long be- dimra'd." Perhaps the 23th of De...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 24 December 1868

fll UKDA1:DECE MBEE 24. EnEXSEUKG axd Cresson Railroad. 0n and after Monday, Des. 1, ISoS, trains on this road will run as follows: LEAVE EiJENSBUllQ t r.CS A. M, connecting with Day Exp. Y..it and Phil. Kip. West. At 7. 1 j P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp. East arid Mail Train West. LEAVE CRESSON At 9.23 A. M., or on departure of Thil. Expre3 West. At 0.31 1. M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. To Our Subscribers. Tho?e of our sulscribers vvlio pay their subscriptions to Th: AUrghnnhin on or before the 1st of January, next, will lc entitled to our ad vance rates, namely 82.00 per annum, 'f lv'se not paying till alter that date will le charged 82.50 per annum. The sub scription price may be handed us or mailed m direct, or may be paid to cither of the iVilr.Yin named agents : B'acklick Tp Orrolltown ....... Oje.n Springs G.-.IIitzin Jj'unstown S sq.iehauna Tp Wsu;n:ton Tp.. "White Tp Wi J in ore. .....JOHK IlAWKESWOaTII. , E. V. 1A BKKR. M. D. Wau.skk, Esq. J. M. C. musty....

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 24 December 1868

Ulouut Vernon. If all the rumors about the management of the Mount Vernon Association be cor rect, the design of purchasing the es-tate and tomb of the "Father of II Country" has heen terribly warped. Instead of its being a shrino which patriotic pilgrims inaj visit with pride, it is a place whish engenders sadness because of neglect, aud which mortifies the heart, because it is controlled by those who revere Dot the country or its founder. The Commercial Bulb-tin says : "We learn that a family of eight South ern persons occupy the nian?ioo, living in ease and comfort, and admitting visitors to a view of only three of the many rooms in the mansion; that officers and soldiers of the United States urmy are forblddcu to enter the grounds except upon payment s of a fee, while Ore compar.ies aud picnic parties from Alexandria and other couth cm towns are readily admitted without charge. "These are facts. If they can be ex plained, well and good ; if they cannot, an investigation should b...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 7 January 1869

u u I t r ; ,, . - 1 .. , .. .J,,,.:,.,,,.,,. . ,..., .... J. T. Hirriiw, EDITORS. VOLUME 9. XTTILLIAM KITTELL, Attorney at VY Law, Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 18G8. JOHN FENLON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. rgg- Office on High street. augl3 TSEOIIGE M. BEADE, Attorney at JT Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office iu Colonnade Row. augld WILLIAM H. SECHLEIl, Attor ney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. 'fcgy Office ia Colonnadft Row. aug20 fi EOltGE V. OAT MAN, Attorney at VJT Law and Claim Agent, and United States Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb ensburg, Pa. '' aug!3 JOHNSTON & SGANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. 5 Office opposite the Court House. B. L. JOUNSTON. ailgl3 J. K. EC AULAS. SAMUEL SINGLETON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. gQ- Office on High street, west of Fos ters Hotel. "g1:i JAMES 0. EASLY, Attorney at Law, Carrolltown, Cambria county, Pa. y Architectural Drawings and Specifi cations made. r,u'?53 E J. WATERS, Justice of the Peace j- nr.d Scrivener. Eh?" Office adjoining dwel...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 7 January 1869

gift is niiidc to confer honor upon the donors, rind the honor of the donors to toufer addi tional vr.Iue upon their gif;. Tli history of ytir country should, there fore, be kept coi!taijtly before cur youth. Whatever id gnat an;! uol'lt iu e ur annals indeed, everything of extruoiditiaiy rnciit iu the conduct of our ilhistiiouj dead, whether e!istingti:..-hed in the field or by thj less bril liant though not lees ueful sol vices f civil life thuid be their fnquent and familiar fctudy. They should be taught early iu life to look up to these glorious ux!e!fl. rvcn as the e-ung fciigles are lough! to : ::t I he sun. i'ut nguiu : An intimate Aw-ulcye of our l.ixtoitj, jHtrticutarl-j of' t.'.etchnnict.r , at re ices and satriices of our illustrious men. tcill jirodttcc a sa'utary mural influence !on our youth. Who can tell Low much the rcc '!. ctlons ef the former greatness i.f Greece, nvivtd by ihj stirring appw.a to the heroic days and deceta of her rcnow: cl men by the pen of Lvrd By...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 7 January 1869

j J 11 CO al IA ; of r a ice. ' of ecu K'kf Y bri it'll d Ifl'S on c v j y. 5. '."i TTT cnA Y::::::::::::::::: J ANUARY 7. 11 U J.W LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ErEN'SBURG and Cresson Railroad. 0o n(1 ftfter Monday, Dec. 1, 1808, trains 0n ;his road will run as follows: Leav: Eb ensburg U "i.iS A. M., couuecting witb Day Exp. Eat and Phil. Exp. West. t 7.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp, . East and Mail Train West. leave Cresson At 0.2 j A. M., or on departure of Tliil. Express West. Atf.31 1 M., or on departure cf Phila. Express East. Mkmoranda. The holidays passed oft" pleasantly here. The snow was abundaut ami in prime condition, and everybody vent sleighing ; turkeys were plenty and tlicap, and everybody ate at least one for uitiner j joy and contentment reigned, and everybody felt good througho'l the entire week.. ..Our carrier-boy desires us to re turns his thanks to his patrons for the liberality with which they "came down with the stamps'' on New Year morning. His address will be...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 7 January 1869

One IUsh, Maria. - There was a funny little episode on the nr tb at helped to arouse ug. At Mon tana a young man and a younjr woman j c imo on Wrd the sleeping car ; the former e&'id: "See here, Mr. Conductor, I want one of your best bunks for this younpj wo man and one for myself individually. One will do for us when we git to the 3ilufc hey, Marier ? (a playful and affec tionate poke at 'Marier' with his elbow, to which she replies, 'Now John, quit!') for vou see we're goin' to git married at Ma rier's uncle's when we git there. We might 'a been married at Montany, but we took a habit to wait till we got to the IJIuffs, bein as Marier's uncle is a minis ter, and they charge a gol' fired price for Mtcliin' folks at Montany." Maria was assigned to one of the ';best bunks," and John was given one not far away. After a time the inmates of the car were all stowed away in their berths to go through the inevitable altercations of swel tering and freezing. . During a stoppage of the t...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 14 January 1869

V" w i i fiiinii'ni i ii talMM'- - - it, irTCiiissosr,i)ir0JjS. rD. ' r lYOLUME 9. ffTILLIAM KITTELL, Attorney at y( Law, Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 1868. TOHN FENLON, Attorney at Law, j jaf Office ou High street. augl3 KOIIGE M. READE, Attorney at IT Law, Ebensburg, Pa. ja- Office ia Colonnade Row. aogl3 TTTILLIAM H. SECHLER, Attor- j- Office'in Colonnade Row. aug20 In EOllGE W. OATMAN, Attorney at jJ( Law ana uiaim Agent, uu kuh 'Sutes Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb Uiburg, Pa. Lau83 ITOHNSTON & SGANLAN, Attorneys ! KS'f" Ofice opposite the Court House. I. I., jvuiaivai I. ""! J . - QAMUEL SINGLETON, Attorney at 1 Law. EbeosbUrjr, Pa. JEST" Office on High street, west of Fos ter's Hotel. 4 - TAMES C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, I r l . i .- T Architectural Drawings and Specifi cations made. fug13 j7VATERS, Justice of the Peace , and Scrivener. p-sr Office adjoining dwelling, on nign si., Sburg.P aug 13-6m. " . . . v v -w- aa a. tr a KHiiuai Aivrjiv. auuiucy i '14 . Particular ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 14 January 1869

I IP Mil i .ill i M J II I H ' f ? 1 mi L Kupr-rvision ii had over tho transactions of insurance companies that frauds are reu- ured. almost impossible, and spurious cotn p:iniea cm have no exifttcnco. The result of the protection thus afforded, is. that whilst foreign companies, thus protected, u.j immense business in thi.s State, so lilt 1-3 A r; ,!.IiU Udence id had in tlioss vi' 1 Vnnvlvania that their business is almcft entirely con lined within the State limits ; und lately some of tlicin have withdrawn their agen cies iron ether States because no risks will h talcen, in eou.-;e jueiice of the inadequa cy of the laws to afford protection to in surers. To this ue.fl-ct, moreover, may be attributed the operations of the number of worthless companies which Lavs suddenly sprung up, without any sjiid basis and as suddenly expired, to the injury of all whose eonQ ljnee they obtained, and to the dishonor of the ( omm.mweaUh. "Whilst Pennsylvania insurance companies trans act little b...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 14 January 1869

- - r-i r ft J cv 1 l t. " tr:. 73 , l'A. "A. 1 1 .lb am oses. 3 to ;c lly Su , with j ai, wp i the I togetLt a nevei l. Ako acres o of tit road' be rora Ja! Addrtv RAD. i 5. It PAINTS, 'UMF.- pre M -CHINES; i .i.t .. he Moun- - 1 or;- lis Tiii'.C" DING, c:. and rc- rs nnd ft- f IXG AT- th r.ct ra'es. it lice &" ill. EVANS. 01 lie cltize-1 kveps cu:l '.M-.r. i Sugar, okiug sJ .V 1 TOES .vi ?, Woo!- noi; e eJ'5'u thc firP," or y J. LLOW. :S3 nl tin LLOYD- ,-rkct lr it cs cf rv ;.l t.- fi"-ir to Uf 31 r.s . f not'itt ire sat'KiC , EVA ;!c no J - For AgtD'' rpiio Alio S33.1XXQ.XX . THURSDAY::::::::::::::- ANUARY 14. Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad On and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains en this road will run as follows: . Leave Ebexsburq At .-3 A. XL, connecting with Day Exp. Kft3t and Phil. Exp. West. At 7.13 I. M.; connecting with Pbila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. Leave Cresson At 9.23 A. M., or on departure of Thil. Express West. At 9.31 P. M., or On departure of Phila. Exp...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 14 January 1869

Lt. LANObTUUiuo jr. MOVABLE COMB BEE HIVE! renounced the best ever yet introduced Jo this county or SUte. Any person buying IMLn, r.oht can have their Bees transfers ed from on old box to a new one. In evry instance in which thi8 has been done the re aultbas been entirely satisfactory, and the - . i. r v, ,-.n-v hua mvariablv paid au ex- rr..nntlv exceeded them. Proof of the superior merits of this invention will be found in the testimony of every man who Las given it a trial, and among the number are the gentlemen named below, and their crience should induce every one CUMMER WHOLESALE AND GOODS FOU 1803 1 1 RETAIL. A. A. BARKER & SON, High St., EBENSBURG, PA. A A BARKER & SON have received and opened" out, at their Store on High street, their Summer stock of goods for 68. expci in BeCS lnnv a fa. MIT A RIGHT I nenry C. Kirkpatrick, ot uarrou ioW..3.K, in .i. onrnlnt taonev from two IOOIL ivo uuuuvta v. o f ' . .,:,.. k anl.t nt 35 cents per round. Adam Deitricb, of Carroll ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 January 1869

.. . ' , ., . ... ; - . - i i .. i miiiin Ti ' "T'J, 1 rr - i n i iiiim i miw ii in- nn 1 n imui mrm rnn r-nrrmi u.. .. EH. JAMES, i , . I-LaS-S!t.OmSADYAXCE. VOLUME 9. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1809. NUMBER 24. 1 if :d -It m li- a .b- ni i it;, ct iT 8 I rill co. i 3 larlr Prel UBS! osit. St. TT WILLIAM K1TTELL, Attorney at V f Law, Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 1863. TO UN FENLON, Attorney at Law, l) Ebensburg, Ia. jg- Office on High street. augl3 GEORGE M. READE, Attorney ut Law, Ebensburg, Pa. sy Office in Colonnade Row. augl3 rVTlLLIAM II. SKU1JLJSU, Attor ? 7 ney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. liif OSice'in Colonnade Row. ug20 GEORGE W. O ATM AN, Attorney at Law and Chum Agent, and United States Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb ensburg, Pa. aog!3 OI1NSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensbr.rg, Pa. Office opposite the Court House. B. L. JOHSSTOS. augl3 J. E. SC&XLAS. ri AMUEL SINGLETON, Attorney at 4 Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office on ter's Hotel. High itreet, west of I...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 January 1869

saigas: 22 THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 18CD. Schemes and Schemer. Tor a full half hour, reader, we cast ;i jout us for something of which to write for your own special interest ami int ruc tion. At labt. we got something. Net that we had nothing at fiit, It we hud plenty ; but it was only commonplace matter about commonplace things, such as irjruiuori place eple think, .and Fpcak. and write about. We wanted something aeri al, or romantic, r chivalrous, or startling. Wc thou-'ht of the last accident on the Panhandle Kailro.id below Pittsburg, but instantly dismissed it as trifihq; for an accident that breaks the skulls, or tears out the hearts, or sa:n.shc:s the bones, or crushes into jel'y the bodies of four or five people, by pitching them a hundred feet tlowu to the rocky bod of a creek or river, or over a precipice, or by running two trains or boats against each other at twen ty miles an hour, is not of that impor tance, romantically considered, to make a first-clas article even for a ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 January 1869

::-.JANUARY 21. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad Oa and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains ca thi3 road will run as follows: Leave Ebensburg At A. M. , connecting witb Day Exp. East and Phil. Exp. West.. U 7.15 ?. M., connecting with Phila. Exp. East and Mail Train West. Leave Cresson At 9.25 A. M., or on departure of Thil. Express West. . At 9.31 P. M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. Memoranda. Robert Carmon, of Huntingdon, on Friday week committed suicide by, shooting.... The working hours of the employees of the Altoona P. R. R. bops have been reduced to nine hours, with a corresponding reduction in wages. -...See prospectus on the outside of this paper of that excellent daily, the Pitts burg Commercial... .Xmvuim Huntingdon has published an almanac calculated for that meridian.. ..An Altoona merchant lately lost his pocket-book, containing S35 and vaiuble papers, while on a railroad trip to Hollidaysburg....Tvo children liv ing in Pine Flat, Indiana co...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 January 1869

1 S fhaf tbe weight of oats is not a niafttcr.of great coasr quence, nor, io fact, is it to cart or coaiucn horses; bnt it is quite the reverse to each as ve are particular about as tostaroiDa, wind and cone!itko. !Iorse9 nro generally fed by incanrc, cot by freight, consequently in firing light oat?, we actually Tob tbo horse of hi proper quintain of weal, giving him hu-ks in- tead; and if we feed Mm by weight, -roiDg ca the. principle that a pound .f feathers and a pouud of lead arc both a pound, the vriucir.lfc would be a verv bad cno as re- nits? lor in t at case. IhOUg.i tur horso gets Lin pouud weight, if ho .ets an undue portioa of it iu husks be is onlj li'.lod with that which is no use to bim ; to in every way liht oats are bad for ehiec horses. Heading fou Faumers' Boys. An intelligent and thrifty farmer say." : " But for the co operation of my boys I should have failed. I worked hard and so did they. The eldest is neatly twenty-one, and tbe other boys in the neighborhood,...

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