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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 December 1859

norsB ;i:n &, iictciiixsox, VOL. 1. ftLLEGHANIAN" DIRECTORY. L.1ST O Vvst Oi-irem. F IO.SX OFFICES. Post Masters. Districts. Joseph Graham, Voder. Joseph Mardis, Blackliek. Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Daul. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, Washint'n. M. C. M'Cague, Ebensburg. Isauc Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Gallitziu. Joseph Gill, Chest. ' J fim's Creek, ,: Jiethel Station, ' ;UToi!tOVIl, I l'rc.--on, J.'uMisburjr. '.i!!c:i Timber, iiUu.ia, Council, !!i.-i:i!.''k, 'im.-towu, ..retto, jiiiKTal Point. y in.-tiT, !:;;!, wii.-, $'. Aukriiatiiio, mIji f.eVel, Kiia.ni. ( i '.in.. rlii;l, C " ii t, V v.. M Gough, Washt'n. II. A. Bog-, U in. ( wiun, E. Wissiuger, A. Durbiu, Johnst'wu. Loretto. Conem'gh. Munster. Francis Clement, Coueia'ph. Andrew J. t crra! tSus'hau. W. n . l.owman, Jo.-eph Mover, George Conrad, B. M'CoIgan, V:a. Murray. White. Clearfield. Richland. Washt'n. Croyle. Mi.s.s M. Giliesnifc Wiwsht'n. l.iwrc, Andrew Beck, S'mnierhill. ill SICIJKS, IIIMSTERS, &c. '...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 December 1859

kic;iit on waioA. WHEN- RM.HT, TO BK KEl'T RIGHT, WHES WHOSO, TO BK VVT RIOUT. THURSDAY:::::::::: ::TECKMliKll 15. IKOI'LE'S STATE CONVENTION. . The Citizens of Pennsylvania opposed to tlie Principles and Measnre3 of the present National Administration, and to the Election of men to ollice who sustain those Principles and Measures, are requested to meet in their respective counties, and to elect Delegates equal in number to their Representatives in the General Assembly, to a PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION" to be held at IIARRISBURG, on Wednesday. February 2d.lS60. at 12 o'clock, M., to indicate their choice for the next Presidencjv nominate a- candidate fir- Governor, forrr. an Electoral Ticket, ap point Senatorial, and to designate the time and mode of electing District Delegates to the National Convention, and to transact such other business as may be deemed necessary to ensure success at the General Election. LEVI KLINE, Cliairmnn People's Stile Executive Committee. A True View or (li...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 December 1859

fmJKSLAY::::::::::::::::I)ECKMHEK 15. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Sewing Machines. The "Song of the Shirt" is no longer a reality, as Hood tang it. The woman he saw in "unwom anly rairs," riving her needle and thread, With fingers weary and worn, With eyelids heavy and red," ivlw over the buttons fell asleep, ' And sewed them on in a dream," is one of the remembrances of woman's d:irk ages. Sewing machines have snatch m1 seamstresses from early graves. They have stopped that "sewing with a double tin cad" 'A shroud as well as a shirt." Woman can now sit down to a pretty ar ticle of furniture and in a few hours do the work her poor sister was wont to &tcal the night to accomplish in time. The poor girls who stitched, stitched, stitched lite things of death, are superseded by a jievcr weary sewer which gives to all about a pervading air of life. The Irishman who first saw a steam paddy, after witness ing its Herculean labors for some time with astonishment and dismay, discovered one consol...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 December 1859

JUL 1 1 . t V 1 . 1 "V- FORTHEFRRRIER. Small l'ens for Fattening Swine. That exercise conduces very little toward taking on ilush, while puiet assists uiaier ially to hasten the operation of fattening, well known, and should ever be taken into account by those who would tit any , animal for slaughtering. Ihe ledlowmg from the Anurkan Agriculturalist, is worth the atteution of the farmers : "From ob- more, made in villages ana rurai uisir.i is, we have noticed that the fattest and the best pork is made in the former, where one or two pigs are kept in small pens. The villager luu but small room, ad crowds his" pig into small tjuarte3 for the whole year. It is fed on slops for eight mouths, and for the last four months is crammed with scalding ludian meal, lie pets pork of decidedly better quality than ho can purchase, and gets it cheaper. The whole energy of the animal is forced by his training iuto the production of flesh and tat. The pigs of the farmer, on the other hand, run iu pas...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 December 1859

VOL. 1. "ALLEGHANIAN" DIRECTORY. list of;post offices. rot OJice. 1'ost Matters. District. !?cnn'i Creek, Joseph (J rah am, Yoder. Bethel Station, Joseph S Mardis, Dlacklick. Orrolltown, Benjiin Winner, Carroll. Chess SFii5 Litxinger, Client. Crcison, John J. Troxell, 'Washint'n. Ebensburg. M. C. M'Cague, Ebensburg. ( alien Timber, Isaac Thompson, White, tiitllitzin, J. M. Christy, (Jallitzin. Olcn Connell, Joseph Gill, Chest. Hemlock, Wn- M'Gougb, Washt'n. Johnstown, H- A. Boggs, Johnst'wn. Loretto, Win. Gwinn, Loretto. Mineral Point, E. Wissinger, Coneni'gh. Mun.tter, A. Durbin, Munster. Prr.ihintf, Francis Clement, Conem'gh. PUUiville, Andrew J. Fermi Susq'ban. KoieUnd, G. W. Howuan, White, t. Aujrnstine, Joseph Mover, Clearfield, calp Level, George Conrad, Richland. .Soaman, B. M'Colgun, Washt'n. Suuinu-rhill, Win. Murray, Croyle. .Summit, Miss M. Gillespie Washt'n. Wilmore, Andrew Beck, S'mmcrhill. c urnciiES, mimstkiis, &.c. Frethylerian Hkv. D. Harbison, Pastor. rrcrtclii...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 December 1859

1 i J ,! r i T KiCaEIT Oil WIU)G. WUK! KlftHT, TO BE KKPT RIGHT, WHg.N WUO.Nli, TO BE PUT RIGHT. mi c.vs rime TlimiSDAV::::"::::::::::::DECKMUKR 22. Tlio "National Democracy." It is really refreshing to look about us occasionally, and witness the dilapidated condition of the so-culled national Demo cratic party. Instructed and divided, and cut up iuto factions by the diverse opin ions of its members, as to its Principles and Policy, it exists only in name as a name without a substance. The fact that it has control of the Federal Government that it has an Administration elevated to- place by Southern as well as .Northern votes will enable it to talk of and main tain this ''national" designation for a time yet ; but even this must soon come to an end. A National Democratic Party ! What right thinking man will say that these adjectives will not be stripped off, in the great contest between llight and Wrong which 1SG0 will witness ? "Words of "froth and fury, signifying nothing" let the...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 December 1859

Til U RS DAV::::::::::::::::DKCEM B ER 22. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. l'tio Bono Publico. Fearing that B.jiue evil-disposed person or persons might possibly attempt a rescue, we have hither to omitted to say auht in these columns, xospectins that unfortunate individual named A. Turkey, upon whom we have long since passed sentence of death, and whose execution will take place on Satur day before Christmas that is to say, on ceit Saturday. We have now, however, i completely succeeded in fortifying and guarding his place of confinement, as to render longer silence upon this grave suh jeet unnecessary. Every precaution has ken takeu which the exigency of the case seemed to require ; no expense has been p;ireJ; and so perfect are the arrange ments in all their details, that we now -without hesitation defy the combined at tacks of all outside marauders, let them wine from the East or the West, the North or the South. Justice claims her victim ; the tut has gone furth ; and the t-arcer of the cul...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 December 1859

? FOR THE FARMER. A Common Liror lit Drainage. The most of the draining yet attempt ed in thii country is with open ditches, nd in swamps. Three eases recently came under our observation, in which the fail ure is traceable to a common cause. Mr. A reclaimed a swamp ot twelve acres. It was thickly covered with brush, and had made a very heavy turf of roots and moss, a foot or more thick. A deep wide ditch was run through the middle, with a few side ditchen running at right angles to the main ditch. There was no ditch put around the border to cui off the uprings from the side hill. There was a good fall, and these ditches took off all the wa ter from the pond and made the whole Kwarap ready for the plow. In 1S5G he had good crops, aud in lt57 still better, (tome of the stoutest corn in town. In 1858, the corn was not as good, even with the application of manure, and in 1859 the coru crop is a decided failure. The land had settled somewhat by the decay of the roots and vegetable matter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 5 January 1860

Cy If J 1 1 ' BOLSIXGER & IIUTCIIIXSOX, VOL. 1. ALLEGHANY" DIRECTORY. MST OF I'OST OFFICES. W OJkcs. Post .Haulers. Districts. iin's Crt'ik. Josenh (Jraham. Ymlef 1 Station, Joseph Mardis, Macklkk. invllt-i-.v.i, Ucnjauim Wirtncr, Carroll. I ;!,.- Spring?, Danl. Litzinger, Chest. I. 1.1. T rn n - . - . . John J. Troxell. "Washint'n. n il- iuiv. -U. V. il Cacrue. Ktionsl.nrK- - ; - - o I Li.a Timber, Isaac Thompson, "White, fi t i t ' i . J.M.Christ',-. Gallitzin. Ck-a (' iiiacll, Joseph (Jill, Chest. i .!! i.-k, hi. .M dough, Hasht'n. uustown, II- A. Bojrs, Johust'wn. r,t.. Win. (fWinn. Loretto. ) iK-ral Point, V.. W'issinger, Conem'yh. i uisti-r, A. Durhin, Minister. rilling, Francis Clement, ConemVli. ; itt-viJie, Andrew J. Ferra! susi'han. .! am!, t. . iowman, White. Aau-titie, Jou-ph Mover, Clearfield. LjvoI, Gcoi -i Conrad, Richland, liiiaii. I. M Co! rail Wa.-ht'n. :m;i riii'.l, "Win. Murray, Croyle. uutuit, .-liss ..i. .ill.spie Washt n. 'ihuore, Andrew Ucek, S'muierhiil....

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 5 January 1860

yXxo Alio sr33.ct33-cta.- kikiit on wiioxg. WHEN RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WHEX WRONG- TO BE PUT RIGHT. i: ej i:siirnc;. THURSDAY:::: "JANUARY o. Tlie Republican a(iuual C'uu vonlion. A National Republican Convention will meet at Chicago, on Wednesday, the" lota of Jane next, at twelve o'clock, (noon,) for the nomination of candidates to be sup ported for President and Vice-President at next election. The Republican electors of the several States, the members of the People's party of Pennsylvania, and of the Opposition party of New Jersey, and all others who are willing to co-operate with them in sup port of the candidates who shall be nomi nated, and who are opposed to the'policy of the present Administration ; to Federal corruption and usurpation ; to the exten sion of slavery into the Territories ; to the new and dangerous political doctrine that the Constitution, of its own force, carries slavery into all the Territories of the Uni ted States; to the re-opening of the Afri can sl...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 5 January 1860

TnWlJAV::::::::::::::::::::JAXUAltV 5. LOCAL AHD PERSONAL The old year and the new. Years have been aptly compared to men. They are born like men, and they grow, mature, aii J die like men. And in obedience to this dispensation, since we last had the pleasure of holding "sweet converse" with our readers, an old year has died, and a ncw year has been born. On Saturday niirht last, just as the old clock tolled twelve, Eighteen hundred and Fifty xix k, having finished its course, was leathered to its fathers." Calmly and serenely, and with the stars to watch its departure, it yielded to the irrevocable Jeeree of Time, and took its flight to the mysterious Past. It was a great old year, was 1S59. It was characterized by great events. It had its troubles and its sor rows, its joys and its hopes. It was mark ed by unseasonable frosts, yet it saw Mother Karth yielding bountifully the fruits of the husbandman's toil. In the OM World, it witnessed fierce conflicts ; it saw Liberty throttled,...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 5 January 1860

i i FOR THE FARMER. "i ll e c'iiiisu: In sever.il :t ;i"i;ul tyral ad.irc.sos we li ivo real recently, a fear v,'.:s expi'v.ssod y the speakers, tb.:t the lulu re pr-pocis i wheat growers We",: nut very ll.ittcrhur ; that as the Liverpool marku v.-as the rre;;t price regulator of oilier Earopean u:i.l the. Aiucricnu marks!.:-, ai-i as there vu4 i:o prospect of very hi Ai rates Leiii mantain cl there except in a-lvcrac season, there fore wheat growing was nut likely to be a permanently proiitaMe imvlnes in this coun try, especial!- a-i now lands were constr.nt ly coming into market, and the wheat pro duct W;.s largely on the increase m the west. rortuTijteiy for the- agricultural interest, the greatest in this country, tlii.i is not a true statement ci ike ease. The fact is the consumption i f w heat is s-tcn ii ly outstripping its production. This the census returns cf 1M30 will s-hu-'.v beyond all possibility c-f dot-bi, and the reason for it is obvious to all ol" us. V'c live in a...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 12 January 1860

J LI f iSlli Fiftf.sivrer'.n a.- irTCIIIASO'Y. I WOULD RATIIER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Heney Clay. . VOL. 1. ALLEGHAMAN" DIRECTORY. LIST OF POST OFF1CLS. Vu.it OjTu-es. Post Masters. Districts. Beau's Creek, Joseph Uraham, Yoder. IJethel Station, Joseph S Mardis, Blacklick. Ciirrolkown, Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Chess Span;", Dual. Litziuger, Chest. I'ressun, John J. Troxell, Washint'n. Eluusburg. M. C. M'Cague, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, Isaac Thompson, "White, tl.illit.'m. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Glen Council. J jseph Gill, Chest. Hemlock, v.i. M'Gough, Washt'n. Jolinstowu, H. A. Boggs, Loretto, U'm. Gwinn, iliiu-ral Point, E. Wissinger, Minister, A. Durbin, Johnst'wn. Loretto. Conem'gh. Munster. IVrshing, Francis Clement, Conem'gh. i t;niiiie, .vnurew j. r erra! rtusi ban. liDSei.inu, o. . Uowman, rt. Augustine, Joseph Mover, Sc i'.p Level, George Conrad, Soiiuian, B. M Colgan, Simiuierhill, Wm. Murray, White. Clearfield. Richland. Washt'n. Crovle. .Siiminit, Miss M. Gillespie...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 12 January 1860

J I WtGHT OK lVP.O.(i. WHKX RIGHT, TO BK KEPT MIGHT, WIIKM WKON'O, TO BK PI 7 KllllIT. i:i5K?;surK. THURSDAY:::::::: rJAXLAUV 12 Tlie liesit!oiits Jleasiiyre. Wc stated last week, that we could not possibly publish the President's Message without excluding much better matter, but we promised to give our readers, in lieu thereof, an abstract of its most important points. e proceed, therefore, to fulfil that promise. lhe 1 resident begins by expressing gratitude to the Almighty, for the numer ous blessings bestowed upon us durin"the past year, including excellent health, plentiful harvests, and geueral prosperity. He then passes on to the occurrences at Harper's Ferry and says : 'These events, however bad and cruel in themselves, derive their chief importance from the apprehension that they are but symp toms of an incurable disease in the public mind, which may break out in still more dangerous outrag-es, and terminate at last in an open war by the North to abolish Slavery in the Sout...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 12 January 1860

m ruu UCBSDAY: : JANUARY 12. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Death of It. B. M'Cabe. News has ,,t reached us of the death of llichard lutler M'Cabc, Esq., of Blairsvillc. He eJ on Tuesday morning, after an illness f about four weeks, aged about 05 years. Mr. M'Cabc was a man well known and ra part of Pennsylvania. Our first now lodge of him places him at Hunting m Furnace, Huntingdon county, where c o-enpied the humble position of clerk, ,r J. Gloninger & Co., owners of that TiiiT.ace. Inid was in 1MO. - - He afterwards studied law, and after r.-Iuiiin, removed to Plairsville. Here !.L continued to reside until his death, ,it!i the exception of a few years, during hicli he held the office of Prothonotary, Mr. M'Cube, though a well-read lawyer, jus not very successful as a practitioner. is luind preferred the walks of litera irc, and though entirely unpretending in lis style, was one of the smoothest and Lost entertaining writeis in the country. 4 llis papers on the life and times of Cap- ti...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 12 January 1860

ML 1 n FORT HE FARMER. Sermon ior Farmers. An J now, farmer?, liave you done jus tice to your profession, to your families, ami to vour country, for the hist year ? To your profession have you cultivated your grounds with all the assiduity and zeal ot which you are susceptible i llav you called to vour aid all the a-rricultura reading within your reach, and taken ad vice from those of your neighbors who are competent to "ive it ? Are your farm generally in a better c-r.idition than they were one year ago 7 Arc your holds Let tcr laul out ana eucloici useless stones . i . 11 removeu your wste jrrounu less your ditches opeued and the geueral suriace ot the ground better adapted for the rais lng of crops ? lias your laud been made richer, to cnabie it to yield more, and have vou collected a large amount of materials ? t increase your :uiuul stock of manure ? Arc your houses more comfortable, besides being of a neater appearance, from the la bors ot the year : Have you added to the conv...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 January 1860

JUL 1 HOLSlXGEtt & IIUTC1IIXSOX, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hknrv Clay. lLI5I.ISIIt:it. ' JF YOL. 1. iALLEGH&NlAN'' DIRECTORY. LIST OF lOST OFFICES. Post Ojices. 1'ost Matters. Districts. IVim .'reek, Joseph Graham, Yodcr. littlivl ."M ation, Jo.-ih .S Mar. lis, 151.x klick. C.irrolltuwu, U.'itjaiuiii Wirtuer, fi roll. I'liess lanl. Lit.inger, Chest. Creadon, John J. Troxell, Washint'n. KiK-iiihurj. M. U. M'Cauc, Ebensburg. I'.i'.ku Tiiaber, Isaac Thompson, White. U tllitiiu, I- M. Christy, Gallitzin. ('.on Council, Joseph (Jill, Chest, lk-uiloik, Wiu. MGough, Washt'n. John-town, H. A. Bog.s, Johnst'wn. i.orctto, Wm. (iwinn, Loretto. MiiuT.tl Point, E. Wissinger, Conem'gh. Minister, A. Durhin, Minister. I Pershing, Francis Clement, Conem'gh. IM.ittscille, An drew J. t erra! Susi'hau. K.isi-laa.l, tr. W. Bowman, White. St. Augustine, Joseph Moyer, CleHrheld. Sr;i!p Level, (Jeorge Conrad, Richland. SoiHu.iu, I. M'Colgan, Waht'n. S'jmiii. rliill, Wm. Murray, Croyle...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 January 1860

TJbLO , n osnanlan. RIGHT OR WRO.G. WHEN BIGHT, TO BE KEPT BIGHT, WHEN WRONG, TO BE PUT BIGHT. nESBlIlG. TIIUKSDAY::::::::::::::::: JANUARY 19. The Soul and Sinew Market. President James Buchanan, in his late Message, dwells at considerable length upon the proposed re-opening of the. in famous African Slave Trade, and condemns the proposition as well upon the score of expediency as of humanity. Of course, all this looks very well in print, but com ing from the source it docs, we confess we have not much faith in it. It is a trite maxim, but nevertheless a very true one, that "actions speak louder than words." If the President is sincere, why is it that he hugs to his bosom and takes into his confidence, the very men who openly pro claim themselves in favor of that which he affects to denounce ? Why is it that he makes such humiliating concessions to the Slave-Power, as those which so pro fusely interlard other portions of his Mes sage ? And why is it that he knowingly and wilfully p...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 January 1860

fllUUS DAY:::::::::::::::::: JANUARY 19. LOCAL AND PERSONAL THERMOM ETHICAL OBSERVATIONS. Prepared weekly, by Dr. S. S. Bunn. TOR WEEK ENDING JAN. 1C. 7 A. M. 12 M. G P. M. Jc 10. 43 a 52 a 48 a 11. 48 " 43 " 32 " 22 " 28 " 24 " .. 13. 18 " 30 " 25 " 14. 28 " 30' " 30 " .. 15. 30 " 30 44 30 " . io 34 " 3a " 36 , 24j 24J The Branch Road. The newly elec ted Board of Directors of the Ebensburg and Crcsson Railroad Company met on 31onJay last, effected an organization, and appointed the following officers : Treasurer, JOHN WILLIAMS, Esq.; Secretary, A. C. MULLIN. Committee on Finance, EDWARD ROBERTS, EDW. SHOEMAKER, JOHNSTON MOORE, JOHN WILLIAMS. Committee on the Road, M VTTIIFAV M. ADAMS, A. A. BARKER. AUGUSTINE DURBIN, GEO .J. RODGERS. Committee on Accounts, ABEL LLOYD. RICHARD JONES, ROBERT DAVIS, JAMES S. CLARK. Solicitor, R. L. JOHNSTON, WILLIAM KITTELL. Through the kindness of Thomas Col- tlins, Esq., the President of the Company, we have been permitted to publish the a-eport made...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 January 1860

"1 ) ' FOR THE FARMER. Apiary ii& Jaau.li. Plenty of nir'i necessary for boos In YTintor as in Summer. Without care the jMsues may be cLvc l by rain freezing oji the outside or moist ire coiHionsing i'runi tii- in ;Me, aii'l the lej be si-toflieivl.- Deao! bees ami l'ikh falling from Hie combs FomctiniC" obstruct the iti.i'ice. Turn l.aclc the hive neeasion.-s'ly, ami clear uw.iv a!l litter an I frost. It in is.it necessary to dig out hives tlut may be cove; el by drift ing snow. During tniM weather, unle-s Iherc be new fallen snow on the ground, it is well to allow ili2 Lees to fly; but or .lays only warm enough to tempt a f .w to issue, shade the hive to discourage them. In very cold weather, the heat of the sun is needed upon them. Continue to ruurd against depredations from rats and mice, especially wuh those stored in the house. These latter, shuuld be kept dark and as tiuiet as possible. The offensive efiiuvia from dead bees may be removed by spr'nkbn air-slaked lime upon ...

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