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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 20 November 1862

RIGHT OR WRONG. WHEN RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, ' WHBK WROM, TO BE POT RIGHT. EBEXSDUIIG: THURSDAY::::::::::::::NOVEMBER20. Thanksgiving Proclamation. rSNNSYL VANIA SS : Jn the Name and by the Authority of the Com tKonvScaUh of Pennsylvania , Andrew G. Curtis, Governor of said Commonwealth. A. PROCLAMATION. Whereat, It is a good thing to render thanks tin to God for all His mercy acd loving kind sees : Therefore, I, Andrew G. Cortin, Governor or the tommonweaiu 01 rennsyivania, uo recommend that THURSDAY, 27th dat of NOVEMBER, isst., be set apart by the people of this Common wealth, as a day ot solemn Prayer and Thanks giving to the Almighty: Giving Him humble thanks that He has been graciously pleased to protect our free institutions and Govern ment, and to keep us from sickness and pesti lence and to cause the earth to bring forth her increase, so that our garners are choked with the harvest and to look so favorably on the toil of His children, that industry has thriven among us, an...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 20 November 1862

THURSDAY::::::::::::::NOVEMBER 20. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad. On and after Monday, November 17, 1862, trains an this road will run as follows ": Leave Ebensburg At 7.15 A. M., connecting with Mail East and Phil, and Bait. Express West. At 3.C0 P. M., connecting with Way Freight West. At 7.35 P. M.r connecting with Express East and Fast Line West. Leave Cresson At 10.35 A. ST., or on departure of Maii Train East. At 4.20 P. M., or on departure ot Local Freight West. At 9.35 P. M.f or on departure of Fast Line West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. 'Coffee. TJy reason of extensive spec ulation in the article, coffee has advanced fco rapidly in price and deteriorated so Vretchedly in quality latterly, that a good Article at present is a "luxury" indeed a luxury m which very many find themselves unable longer to indulge. It has ceased 'in a great measure to be the cheering companion, of everyday life, and, like the family silver eet, is allowed to 'circulate only on etate...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 20 November 1862

J . - i v. - t 4" I it t -. '- , -4 .4 it s. t s! a" 3 -, -- -5 . i ''. A lVar My in u. Thoa" wbo ordainesu for the land's salvation, Famine and fire and sword and lamentation, Now' unto Thee we lift our supplication, " . , . God save ths Nauou I BVthe creat sign, foretold, of Thy appearing Coming in clouds, while mortal men stand fearing, . Show us, amid this smote of battle, clearing, Thy chariot nearing ! By the brave blood that fioweth lite a river, Hurl Thou a thunderbolt from out Thy quiver, Break Thou the s'rong gates! twy fetter shiver I Smite and deliver ! Slay Thou our foes or turn them to derision, Till through the blood-red Valley of Decision, ,r fiplda shine, like tvprophet'a vis- X Caic v .. . ion, ' . . . : " Green and elvsian I -- in ii I I nrU to TTNMfYNT FOllEVEll I N I C AKRANUbi'iiii-i' - - SUGAR KETTLES, 10 to 40 gallons. COPPER KETTLES, 3 quarts to 40 gallons. T IX WAKE, all sons and kinds. t. t t "rnnn i- HHJII JONES, navine formed a partnership . iu the O uU ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 27 November 1862

b 11 EMj J!k! A A y " w Ub! i fcv! fgg fen a X - ', -1 t - .) I i V ) ' -l i-- 1 e-:.. h; m m mm m m V' V V w s v 4. 12 tKKCII, assizor and lroprJetor. VOLUME 4. oinECTony. " ViVr or post orricr.s. 7,., O'lces. J'ost Masters. Jis(ric!s. B.ei.i's Cree.-c, H.-biol t.ilion t, tri'olltown, C!ieis :iinj;i, t'.i'.leu Ti.:ib:-r, iliit.i-i, ; o'.r.iitown, Lirctt o, .losonh (d.rahaui, loner. Enoch Ucese, JJiacklick. William .'.Junes. Carroll. D.ml. hii:-iimer, Chest. vr.ii. w. Yo'.iii inj, Wttshint'u. John. T'.io::i;)Jon, t.'..enshm-j. Isi.ac T!io:'.i;iu:i J. M. t'iiri.-ty, W'ia. M'd o'.i-h, I. i:. (".i-u-.livr, M. A ;l-c rcr, K. V i-rshi-'Oi-, A. JJar;.;;-. Whi'o Wihthi. Jo'ml'wri. Lore t to. Cuuein'h. Minister. Con cirvh. oint, Mutator, A'i!;'ev.-J revr-.il. Susifbau (1. V. iici-.v::'. in. White. 3 ' Wni. Rv.-n, i-r. (k'-r;- Co !.r:i 1 !. t .i:C:i. CIe:!r!u . .1 - s. I ill.; i, 1 ... ! . .1 Wd.--.hTa. ! ' re-, i e. W.i -a L it S i.u .iL'i hill, .-; rirnit. .1. 1 i. . I'ru'tjlzrUii llr.v. 1...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 27 November 1862

m. 1, : 4. -, i '1 1 it '. r 3 -1 . 1 ' r '! j ; ;v ., - : -" V . : 'II WHCS RIOHT, TO 15E KEPT RIGHT, WHEN W U O N O, TO B K PUT RIHHT. TIIUi;SnAY::::::::::::::NOVEMBEIi 27. PEXXSVLrAXIA SS: In the Name and by the Authority of the Com monwealth of J'ennsylvnnia, Ashkhw G. Ct'Uii.s, Gocemor of euid Commonwealth. A PEOCLAMATI JN. TPicrtM. It is ft good tbiugto render thanks unto God tor all His in ere v nr.d loving kiud bess : Therefore, t, Arsdrow G. ('urtin. Governor of the Common w ci.lt h of I'enusylv.iijia, do recommend that THURSDAY, 27th pay of NOVEMBER, inst., be et :part by the peo3e of this Common wealtli, a.-i a day ot solemn I'r.tyer and Thauks Kivin to the Aliii;j;hty: Giving Iii;n humble thanks that lie hus been t;racionsIy ideased to protect our free institutions and Govern ment, and to k-ep us from sickness and pesti lence aud to ruuic the tart'.i to brinjr forth her increase, so that our turners are choked with the harvest ard to look so favorably on the toil of His ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 27 November 1862

UllSDAY;:;:::::::::::yOVEM13ER27. " LOMLAHD PEBSOKftL ESEN'SCURQ AND CrF.SSOX RAILROAD. Oft and after Monday, November 17, 1SC2, train3 3ii this road will rua aa follows : Leave Ebexsburo At 7.15 A. M., connecting with Mail East and Phil, and Bait. Express West. At 3. CO P. M., connecting with Way Freight West. At 7.35 P. M., connecting with Express East and Fact Liue West. Leave Cresson At 10.35 A. M., or on departure of Mail Train East. At 4.20 P. M., or ca departure ot Local Freight West. At 9.35 P. M., or on departure of Fast Line West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. Tobacco Last week wo had seme thins; to offer concerning the unpreceden ted" advance in the price of Coffee; this 'week we clip the following exhibit of a corresponding elevation in the "costivity" cf Tobacco from the HoIHdajsburg Stan dard merely premisi&g the same with the remark that what is true of that local ity is true also of this. To wit : '-Deal-crs in Tobacco are about as indepen dent a" dealers in cotton goo...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 27 November 1862

u : " .V a "! - : t 4 a"t ? 't ' 1 f. t a 1 f t i. t .. a - -j.' t, -.a -b 'bi i .,; .. - a ' a : -a a i .:-' I . 1 a 1 ii- 7 '7 ', 2-,'.',-? S. Tiik "Lmjiiis' Man." Iy bis a"ir and gait, the ultra fashionable .stylo of Ins j clothing, the killing curl of his mustache, j , the "look and die" expression of his siui- j '. pering face, his stream of small talk, and j sundry other tigns r.uj tokens of a pie- j thora of vanity', and a le.ck of soul and 5 : brain, you may distinguish at a jxhtnee the i:i Jivi J ual who plumes himself upon be- j in- "Indies' man." His belief in hid ; uvrn irresistibility is vitttn all over him. Au-i to say the. trutu, your lames men hive some grounds for their soil" conceit. ; It is indubitable thut iiirhj. do sGn-ctuues full in love, or what they .suppose, to Le j love with fallows who u-vi us it Uiey iiau walked out of tailors' fashion plates crea- turei that by the aid of the various artists who coutribute to the "make up" of ha- . . , , i i . , man pop...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 4 December 1862

m u ' wm- Six g I 1 M1 III QS! W l ys Wife if V-w i f t a i. 15 1R54.E51, Kdltor and Proprietor. .j.':roisi mr-rcitiA'sux, iubiisiicr. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT TIIAN PRESIDENT. Hlxey Clay. VOLUME 4 DIRECTORY. Post OJices. Pott .Vaster. District. fJenu's Greet:, iietUel Station CarrolUown, C'aess Syrians, TJresson, Joepli Uranain, 1 oucr. Kiioeli Keosc, L'i.uklick. William .M. Jones, Carroll. Daul. Litzinger, Ciic?t. Win. W.'Ycinvjr. Wa-hint'n. Ebcnbarj John -Thompson, Eoea-sburg. Fallen Tiaiber, Iiaae Thompsoni AYli'ue Gallium, Hemlock, J o'aa-stowa, Lorolto, Mineral' Point, Mangier, Pei-shin?? I'iatcsviil-i, lloscland, St. Au-astine, Scalp Level, Sonman, Sammer'nill, Sa-nniit, Wilinore, J. M. Christy, if aliiizin. Win. M'Gough, I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesbergcr, E. Wissincr, A. Durbin, Francis Clement, Washt'n. Jo'inst'wn. Loretto. Coiit'rn'gh. Mangier. Coiieai'" h. An drew 'J Fciivl, Sniff ban.. G. W. Bow ma a. Wiii.c. Win. Ryan, Sr., ' CkvSi-Id. ( J e o r g ' C o n r a d , F " c 1 1 ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 4 December 1862

m t. !- iy -1 1 . ! it' UIG5ET Oil WRO.VG. WUS.N BIGHT, TO HE KKFT RIGHT, WHEN' WRONG, TO BE PUT RIGHT. O TnURSDAY::::::::::::::::DECEMBEft 4. I'rccrrcMis at tUo War Notwithstanding the reverses of our army in Virginia under Pope and M'Clkl Lan, the country has made substantial progress in the conquest of the rebellion. Our very reverses in the one section give us for the future an experienced, disci plined aud veteran arajy which equipped, , with all the besfc appliances of modern warfare, under wise leadership, cannot fail to go conquering and to conquer. - On this topic, the Chambersbure: Re - . " posUory & Transcript says: If checks . and humiliations have occurred to our ; arms in the east, they have been more thau counterbalanced by steady, sure progress in the West and Southwest. At no point, from the Ohio river to the Gulf of Mexico, are the rebels to be found in formidable force. Their recent threaten ing advance toward the cities of Louisville and, Cincinnati, notwiths...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 4 December 1862

THURSDAY:::::::::::::::::DECE3IBER 4. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ebexsdurg and Cresson Railroad. On and after Monday, November 17, 1862, trains 3n this road -will run as follows : Leave Ebensburq At 7.15 A. M., connecting with Mail East and Phil, and Bait. Express West. At 3.C0 P. M., connecting with Way Freight . West. At 7.35 P. M., connecting -with Express East and Fast Line West. Leave Cresson At 10.35 A. M., or on departure of Mail Train East. At 4.20 P. M., or on departure of Local Freight West. At 9.35 P. M., or on departure of Fast Line West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. The Advance in Coal Oil. The sudden rise in coal oil has been so unex pected, and seemingly so unreasonable, the supply of petroleum being inexhausti ble, and the cost of production trifling, that an inquiry into the cause possesses some interest at the present time. The Philadelphia Ledger submits the following as a partial explanation of the sudden rise in price i "The caue is scarcity, but a scarcity arising from a su...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 4 December 1862

1 i: :!"n .M: .? 4s ; i i ' . . ) '. ) "Li '4 i i3 ; ; , ; .v ; t' N ..;M i. I illl'Wll "'" - ' V T M 11? A XCr K .',1 1 i. 1 O IT. .. . HoYTA MoDLST tMAN W'Ab .Miai- i 1'. . JLliVj '--J l - ANIU AUHASGEMEN Lowell, at aJecture a tew evening smte, o.r,.:.inaiVtha'iiiost mo-Jest 01 his SHX, iiPtha'UiOst modest, of his . - , .... lca n.,:ltj t-i-!?i modest, was f-.i- 1 11 '-4 II J " "tin'' iu a - pew "rather remote from the -Ti'ht. A pretty la-Jy sat uext him. Lo-k-iaV at the floor duiin- the lecture, he 1 espied what he thought was the Idi?' handkerchief, the lace-trin.ea .eJgo just visible under her Jn-ss. Turisinj; to Jus pew-mate he gallantly whispered, " 1 ou havo dropped yoisr hnr.dkerchief, madam . Ueibreshe coalivcr.ly, he proceeded to lff.nvr' Iia hA Fcized the .ii;ti ij uu. li'"-' - ed-o of her pet skirt, and did net dis cover his mistake until the top of a paite-r boot stared him in the face, and the iamt found of a lan-h just r.ipp hQ l;u by the application of a real handke...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 11 December 1862

W r.r-- - ; - a A. U LUXE It, Editor si ml Proprietor. J.T01i ill! IIIU VSJV, lubliiier. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hexby Clat. -T E RM S 1 J '; 1 ' 'A - - IUI - - - . . - . .. . . J V . . j rr , f ! -- j j - ...- 7 M VOLUME 4. DIRECTORY LIST Of POST OFFICES. PjU OJces. Pott Matter: JJittnctt. O jail's Creek, jtiiel oUtion CirrjUtown, C'.iJJi Springs, Crjjsoa, , Eosniburg. Fllea Timber, G tiVitzia, llailock, Johnstown, Loretto, Mineral Point, Munster, Pershing, PUttsville, Rjscland, St. Augustine, Sj ilp Level, Sin in .in, S tmnerhill, S i nmit, .'. Wiluiore, Joseph Graham, loder. Enoch Reese, Iilacklick. William M. Jones, Carroll. D.inl. Litzinger, Chest. Win. W. Young, Washint'n. John Thompson, Kbensburg Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christ-, Gallitzin. Wm. M Goncrh. Washt'u I. E. Chandler, M. Aillesberger, K. Wissinger, A. Durbin. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Conem'gh. M unstcr. Francis Clement, Conem'gh Andrew J Ferral, Su?q'han. O. W. Bowman, White. Wm. Ryan, Sr., Georg 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. — 11 December 1862

r i ' a i J :.r i i IB '!'.: it 4 '. . i.. , f; .1 UIGIIT OA WUO.VG. VIM AIQBT, TO kl ItPT RIGHT, WROHO, TO It POT B.IOBT. TaUR3DAy::::::::::::::DECEMBER 11. ; Tlie President's Message. Immediately after its promulgation, vre Ut week ' had the President's Annual ilesiage utruck off in an "extra4 which we distributed, to a majority of our coun ty readers. Not having enough copies to go all aouod,: we omitted sending them to iach as we imagined would be supplied from other sources. If any cf our sub scribers have failed to receive the doou xaent, and desire a copy, upon application st this office we will endeavor to accom odate them. TTM Tiiere be Peace T "We have now had a full year and a half of Civil War under the auspices of Border-State policy and Pro Slavery Gen train, and those who would have that pol icy and those Generals now say that we have made little or no progress toward suppression the Rebellion. From and after the close of this month, the Presi dent ; proposes to try a...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 11 December 1862

O?jao Alloganian, THURSDAYi:::::::: :DJECEMBEK 11. LOCAL AKD PERSONAL Ebensburq and Cresson Railboad. -0q and after Monday, November 17, 1862, trains 3n this rjad will run as follows : Leave Ebensburq At 7-15 A. connecting with Mail East and Phil, and Bait. Express West. At 1. CO P. II., connecting with Emigrant Train West. 2.1 7.35 P. M.f connecting with Express East and Fast Line West. Leave Cresson At 10.35 A. or on departure of Mail Train East. At 2.15 P.M., or on departure ot Emi grant Train West. At 8 45 P- M. or on departure of Express East. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Svpt. Local Etchings. Up in the figures : fresh butter. All the go again : briar-wood pipes. E. J. Milk & Co, High street, sell all manner of gofads "cheaper than the cheapest." Call on them. See outside of this paper for an inter esting letter from Tennessee. We Lope "Frank" will write often. Intensely cold : the weather Saturday and Sunday. The figures on the ther mometer would hardly do justice to the occasion. Go...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 11 December 1862

JU "; s'L" "f - ' ' ; 1 . i.' V. If .4 .Mi- "Aid .' I ''' ,1 s - I '; - . s : 1 ; m ';'-"' H". : ' h . ' i . lOPJDQ eft? TZEBJOgJ- CSIA Correspondent of the Una'an 'jiiiiwript writes : 'I liearJ very charac'cristTc anecdote of the late Com jirjjore IVreival from one ot bis officers. then i.'tiicr- day.-" While he was in the Cyane, in one of the ,"Me-iiterr;.ncan ports, lifi;f Jitippcncd'-to into a hotel .where were congregated everal English officers of the navyvuml i the course of convui fatiarithe t'omtnodore said something; ob noxious to thd dignity or .luilicnaHry i1 one of the ri'i.iiher, on which lie told him 1 c .should give. him satisfaction 1'jr it. Jie accordingly" stepped out, and returned with two "loaded pistols, and gave one to ('ouiiiiohne Jack. Eyeing the weapon for a moment, lie: asked the Englishman what hclwautcd him to do with t'hatl? "Give int.: satisfaction lor what you. have just said." Whereupon Mad Jack, to k hi.s chapcau 'from, his head, 'and, tossing it i ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 18 December 1862

III li rra UM A IP; ft If m m my m m mm sam m i 1 if If $ , i,b lKKKH, Editor and lropriotor. I WOULD RATIIER BE HIGIIT THAN PRESIDENT. ITenhy Clay. TtK3IS:SI.ro I. AUVAXCL'. i ri? . ma wa Jrsr- en rct umi tA f-ji f Kl . IB . S4 . Eli. fc'J A3 . m JV; fc WW' i W W VOLUME 4. DIRECTORY. tf.isr or ii)sr offices. p jSt O Sees. rost M titers. Jhstrtets. v ..',cl Station Enoch Rec-se, lihieklick. o tn elltown, William M. Jones, Carroll. v;.,riiiTii. Daiil. Litzinger, Chest. Vjueui High, A. U. i.rooiis, i mivi. Win. W. Young, Washint'n. L'.' Ji 50 II, K'jinibur John Thompson, hbeiisuurg. uVj-.i Timber, li.xac Thompson, yhjte. J. M. Christv, G a 1 1 i t z i n . U.-ailock, ' .:.'.: a now a, f. -.uvtlo, rsLiieral Feint, .4 . 1 lattivilic, i iseian J. s. Augustine, ;alp Level, S ):in:ia, tj pnmerhill. i limit, V." ihfiore, Wn. M'Jough, I. E. Chandler, M. A.Uesberger, II. YVissinger, . . Durbin. Woshl'n. Johnst'wn. Lorctto. Concm'gh. M an?ter. A !.! re vv J Fermi, Susqhan. Cr. W. How man, White...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 18 December 1862

- -v ' 1 ! t . d'd I ' I" (1 r . ' if .'I II ! ; KM - "a , ; I. M . 1 . . 7 1- -. n. I -SAT..-; '.-. I - ''e-'v.-er! XT' s T"". - wnes iitaitT, to be kbpt uionT, wiibs wugs, to i: k i- v 7 u i n t. - -- - -- lllSSXSRri:;: TtTUllS D A V ::::::::::::::!) I-:C hi M I C U 1 S. rare.1 t make it a MA iWt!.eltfihvir ,anU ,.li,ary c!5w. The f.,ncv . , 1 " C?dtntlV '"-tokecp.ocene- my in his present position fur a lew days, mid the latter is not willing to hazard the fate of his wicked c-:iu.e upoti the result of U. .1 I '!'!, ,.r.-, risk- f.im aSInj:!efied i ae urea. , sk that harm ,:do had t tu -as in eross,, the llappahanooek ; that movement SUCCessiub ly aeeomplished, he can afford to ive battle of the. heavier description beyond. , , . . . . l lliC II III uc iiij ILJI "I l li.i.;ii.-iiu'..'.Ni m bis rear, for his position is entirely tenable in a military point of view. lie has a river behind him, and the t nemy in rout. with whom he can cope in suj trior f.ree : , . , . - ' . i,, and m...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 18 December 1862

A. O ALL 9 T v 7! ! Vt'-t- t :.a LI! i l I 1 I i i 3 i 1 1- 1 i r.OAD Ca::s A c:te .f ci i.a.Jera:!,;- ki ' ervNt lu 1L3 IravLiii! e-..u:iJu:.-:Tv. v.:.!. tr;eJ i:i cur cjeuty CVurt two week .;!.'.!. lie it-ets ci ti.e "u-t arc i ... e : A j.'-rir v. v. iri.'. J t j I -I i'---. ui J;. -ru T-r II laaA, Jitt-. ;.'.: ! a!d Jleary .S t'f tLeaj V. .. ... .3 M tvli:.- ;i ii t-.eai el ti.e l au A. Lc.Avr. lA-ax- .. ;t . it.A r.Hl 1. .it. Jl. A: 1.1" i3- urvf.a" a liLi-tt i.1 the ..iee. -Jcr.;i a , ic A- .i t . ii 1 V , ' I. 1 4Li ' . ' ii Lti l C s. t ' ' H 1 , a.'Ai ,;ti SrU U ' !i Uiii CUl.Oi : ; 1.C.T ft-.' "t..'w,l . ::tTi.t ivi..I L"..3 f-f:".' T"n"- t " r . - i ill. . -r.r-- i j t- -i u - - r 2 .. t it- Lt a v rr.L.-.'x A: 1 .:."" A. M.. or on Cc . t a i. t .... . , t - ' t i " " ' :ct, iiiiJ t.5i: re J 1 c ri. -1 ; a- t i rt' Li I. .. ........ .......... ? A . . .. . " -... ., ,1. ,. . i hi .'-iit.il.. I1.': '.f u ,i);rt ml: . 1. i Ul LAi'T v UA.NCii i-i rr'.ir. ! : V . 'tj- , gra-t...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 18 December 1862

V KTD0 MUX - --7 iIoUM'AJ 1 . LOCAL AHD PERSQFJ&L " fj;"xsni:nf; and CitussoN Railuoap. 0j and after Monday, November 17, 1SJ2, ram Ja tli is r ;ul will run as follows : Leave Li:bN.sr,c.Tt:G I v t T.ir. A. K.. connecting w:l!i Mail East .2 ' . and I "ill- ana is in. iwpress w csr. 5 U l.CO P. M.. e injecting with Emigrant j I rani o tai. Lkav:: Chessmx f t to.-T A. M.. or oa departure of Mad I Train Fast. I At 2.13 P.M., or on departure ot Emi- t grant Train ".Vest. f ENOCH LEWIS, Ccn. Sup.: f .'iff s and evergreen garlands is at hand, j Tariti C'.a-s patron saint of mirth and j I Ti.;.,i,(,rtnnc ....: .1 ... 1.: ... .1... 1 Selves or menus, mkiuk! Urojt 111 rn hi I ... - . "r ,;.n .1Wtb. 1 it rr 1 - f 1 forthwith. While at Loretto, he will stop Ir 'eainimr in the cu? or tnc .Hue same he had ol'ied 111 pavuient or iiio 1 stlfo ro,y checks arc l.t cnmin- ro.i- laro, at,d rc fused to r.-ceivc U. It was j at ' Hytel, where the people of that Jrybyday ! There arc v-us about- establ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 18 December 1862

' ' : ii -. 3 J 1 SV.-7 1 . i : ;:-: . : v "i - I -S r . 4 t . .' dl . 1 r .:.v d 1 ODDS -KTIDS?. Spicy Wedding Notice. The Nash ville Cnion gives Morgan, the iiitorious rtierilla, and hs newly maelo will, the followit.2 Crstratc puff: "Morgan, fc are informed, was married :i lew Jays ago to a younir lady in M ttrlreesboro. Marriage is'said t) he a bttery, and, as a lottery i very like a iro bank, we suppose that is the reason why Morgan married. We advised Morgan, alow weeks ago, to mar ry, and are happy to see th;.t lie has taken part of our advice. Now let him adopt the rest ot our advice, arid join the church. W know it will be cheating the devil out of his own property, but still he ought to do it. "While the limp holds ont to hum, The d dest si tmer m.iy return." Yo send our best sympathies to Mrs. Morgan. She has the sympathies of ev ery decorit mi, in her new position. Un less the devil has ;t spouse, we don't kr.ow a beinj; who can realize her dreadful late. If ever she nee...

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