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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 December 1862

4? ALL ? .. t : KN in mFif ft ( i 0 Mi. it vV:i? .''U 1C-V?' --X:vrJ Ff .; Ar.v ? i um VA V V7 V V N N7 XT J CI i --- t - - i vs 1 f.rA i Md M -s . ' A. A. 13 5? 51 KR. i:tlii)r ;isnl Iro;irJct. 4 I WOULD RAT II I' H RIJ RIGHT THAN rRESIDEXT. IIekhy Clat. T I V T ' - 5 5 I , . . .'a VOLUME 4 DIRECTORY. Pj OJiet'i. Pott M.n-crc. Ji-t rtrfy. Bethel Station K:i.eh ltcosc, UJackiick. l.Ti HuUiC Gf FfCcritUHl).!!-?:. "-' y.iuvl l.'rwnra with tnc ti.-i I -.k tcrtiiitiatu)', h iit!:i only vlI tv.uvs tu or!: 7- o;.cn its vdv hv us.T.-hctrv. " it if.-.f:!ui vit'nri ci-.'i:y vnv.i.s or im; C.irrolltowii, O'aess Oiiuij U i" f .s -1 a , William M. Jones. Carroll. Danl. Liti-.inor, Ciicst. A. (I. t'rix'h?, Tivlar. Wia. W.-Vuun, AVailiiTifn. Ju'aa Tiionspsoii, Encnsinir!;. Fallea Tiiaocr, Isaac Thcnspon. V!rte. L ccrrcspctulo!;t t.f tho Nov T.i- v:iitr :: fl':i! .; ! r . r i t l ; !i df tin i I . , ,. , .. , , i ciTsf ( l"tiu: 1 : i ; 1 it :s i i n i tu take, but iiav- f - ' l :j it ! Cj:i jk.,an...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 December 1862

JU ,( : ' : ,1- . ! - ' -': k i! i ' ; i ' " ' s Ty - Mr ! t i 1. 1 1 I -n i 1 . - v tr - t ' i ; 1 . . t ' : . ,' i , . . " - . - p. . .i ' pi y ; -. ' ; . ) ; 1 i i - C-:;?rvtli. -s-S-. 2 WHEN KHillT, TO KE KEPT RicflT, wan n w Hon o, to x. t. itt r: i o n t. s:stihSUl'tu;: TIIUjlSrJAY::::::::::::::::-:Ci-:MSKl 25. Vc the editor of T.'i" AHfjlumian Lave jurt retiirned froin the CeM of on cratioustilonz the Ituppahaonock, whith er we had oue on a visit to our soldiers. Ve arrived there subsequent to the rrcat contest at Fredericksburg, in which so many valuable lirca woiq lost, and just after the evacuation of that city had been ?chieved. Wo have only time to say a few words as to wh it we saw and heard. Company F, 103d Pcnna Volunteers. iu which unsurpa-'s'at bo Jy ct r.:en our citizens experience great mrerest, seen; 1 ' that it is co'ii nosed of the flower of the youth of cur town, was terribly cut up. Over one-half of the number th-st were engaged in the fight a wonderful fatal...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 December 1862

i i ; I " '. ! ' mmjciiwiiniWMli"i y.L'v.JL - ummman jTlLnJS0AV:Tnri:7::D EC E MISER 25. j LOCAL APiO FE35QNAL. J Kbkns'ijup.o and Ciii:ss.-N P a it. no a n. JOa aiid nfter Jb-rlsr, December 22, 1SC2, r.u:u a tliis mid will raa as follows : UTJA.M. connecting with rdaij East rind r'"H- ind 15 iU- Kxjrt?3 West. i 7-T!' P- connecting with Ex; ress Last and Fust Line West. Lf we Cressox Tri' .i r. it. jU 9.35 I'. M., or oa departure ot Fast Lice West, ENOCH LEWIS, Cen. Sir:. jC.linWi'l S'MS lit the J ritrLsfti l!7,Mlfcc? Sorrow and gh.oin again iacompass our homes-de-o:,:., ,u an. t.r;sh enshroud the hearts of tne prx-plc. I) irk and sombre clou Is overcast the way, I'aiii a L a pall, and the "silver lining" U scarce ,ul ii:,er of yout.i an I t'lteitigence i that he so loves a shining mark hat tho-e we chertsli most and can most I'tlv spare are his-iirt victims ! o dav there is mourning v.t twenty ihou-'utid hemes in the North blinding j ; and hcart bte:'kiiigs over tiie wreck j 1 1 dc...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 December 1862

JU mi ; IV--n 'i i ! e: -. , .:;' S J v. ; L .: ' .' -P v I :. t t - ? -,ba' E .'' i 'I J '1 t J : -if EE g h 'if fill 'I 5 a s p 3 Eb. Ej SI : i . T' 'V ' . E 7b:. i '., 1 'p v - f tartly OI5D3 c? S3PSrS5G3- T A NIC A H 11 A N G E 31 E N T b I I i it 'avs to j .vivi: TP?: i Anns- cnpital .-tory i- told t' ;m o:J laruscr in the iivvth.-rn iv.xt of tl.is co'itity, who lui-J lee ''savin- up" to take up a mortgr.v of $2,C0i) lic-U agui.MSt !iha by a u.an nearer thoeash''im. The iUvmcr hal sav ed up-all tliO wonrj in p:J, ft-ariiic: to trust tlse banks in thtse war limes. V.'celc before la-t, k' lurired imwa hi.s cc-!u aud jTiid it over, v'neii ihe tol'u'.viiij col!o'ji:y ensued : "Why, you uoii'c va-? n to srive this 52,000 i:i goU, do' ou sal J the lend cr. "Yes, certainly," saia the farmer. T was afttiJ n the ro;Iy bat;!:-, and .-a I've bc-eu paving up the u hi yci!o-v boy-, ibr this torn: tiiue." "Mi ii.ubf,"ro-pued the lenrr. "on!y I thoiiht you J:du't take the paper.?, that is aa....

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 January 1863

A". .-, .I rm m 'm a A. HAS?RCR. Editor and i'roprietor. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. V TODD aiirliiAw-i ruoiisuci. ( si,1 p B , I S Ik 71 1 lif IktW X x x c VOLUME -4. D ! RECTO 8 Y. list or po.iT oriicEs. u-tliel buliuu Enoch Reese, lllaekliek. O irroiltou-ii, Wi ilium M. Jones, Carroll. v 3 oriiig?, Dani. Litzingcr, Chest. . rr--i, Vra. - i oam-. ashiut n. tlbcnsbarg. John Thompson, Ebensburg. Fallen. Timber Isaac Ln.v.piou, tlallitii:;, i ohustowc, Loretto, Mineral Poiut, Munster, Plattsrillvr, "V.'asht'n. JoliH?t'VIl. Lrttto. i. Ch.inu!?r. E Wissinarer, A. Durbin, Auurcv.-J Forru! Rosolan.l, G. V. . u im.n, . n;te. S Augustine, m. wvan. or., :alp Level, George uonraa, u;i-ui;inu. li. ir'CoIcrAn, WasLt'n. E. F. ; 5 T-1 c C'royle. M'u-s M. Oillespit, V;v;Lt'n. Jlorris Keil, S'i:ieriill Soncian, Suinm?riiill, Wilmore, CHCRC5SKS, 5!!X1STCRS, &C. VrtbjttnanV.zv. T. IUbisox, Tastor. Preach iii g every Sabbath morning at o'cljck, an-i in the eV.-mnsc at 3 o'...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 January 1863

u . , ; ; . ' ; ! ... i'":;';'-- . . ; "i - j ; i X. ' if U .' - ' ' 1 ! ,1 A A -J ; . -I - ':n- ; ' . .'- "t ' 5- " ' -V .V -:" ' ' - ' : ; ' ! " j . ; l I ' i.. IW ' ; -'M::'i ' ,-. ;..".t :"; 5 Vv:n W H K K I 1 H T, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WIIBN WROSB. TO UK i'L'I RIGHT. TIIUHSDAV::::::::::::::::::::JAMJAHY 8. TUs Proclanaation tf JTrcctloiii. The uci-J has been done, the Union is paved, and the Govern ment henceforth becomes invincible. That which was organized ir. the dt-ftrnet Kn of free institutions, mijs the llarrbburg Ttlc yrajJt, rijvr lies bleeding and vrithing and dying at the feut of Jreedem. Tlie very . heart ot rvbeilion U .struck. Its vital rurt ,i,. l.ten cnteredl and now, it ever man ws tested in bus ability of self jroverninent, must come the real struggle in which will be fairly decided the great question as to whether a government founded on freedom, or one reared on the barbarities of slavery, shall be permitted to rule the States of the American Union. This proclama...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 January 1863

all Ok & y "t'l M.I - 27 23. o AllQSi11 TIIUIIS1AY:::::::::-""J ANUAKY 8. LOCAL AaDPERSOHAL ES2SSBUa and Cuesson Railroad. Ua and after Monday, December 22, 1SC2, trains n this road will rua as follows : Leave Eurxsuuna t 7.00 A. M., connecting with Mail East and Phi!, and Bait. Express West. At 7.30 I. M., connecting with Express East and Fast Line West. Leave Cuesson At 10.3i A. M., cr on departure of Mail Train East. V 9-3" M., or or. departure ot'Fast Line West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. A Few Words Last week, as our readers no doubt perceived, no paper was issued from this cfilcc. The cause of this emission was pimply this : htt week em braced the Holidays, and we. of 7ie AUe chihian, being human, cmbiaced the "erportuuity of doing like others iu the ciatter or puimiji iu - -yjT.rr their stay with us. They were made to be a season of recreation av d enjoyment especially fur Printers were the Holi days, and of course it- wculd have been wroi to have departed from the original ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 January 1863

JU ... ft; .i 'I ; '4- 13 urn 1 ' j : 1 -V-i v . ,; ; : ' .7 k - , BY RF.Ql'EST. To 31 y Irlotijer. Mother, dear mother, I'm thinking of thee, I am thinking of day th.it are pone, AVhen clasped to jour heart, as I eat on your knee, Yoa would song that sweet Iullably song; That voice with its music still rings ia mine ears, Tho' long since I her.ri its sweet tone, And memory (lies back, o'er the Irpse of long year?, Oft, while I fci! thinking nfone. I'm thinking, dear mother, as from thee I roam, Of days when in innocent mirth, When r-!J seemed u Heaven, in our once fcnpP7 homo, A8 we'd sit round the old family hearth; Fut changes, sadchange3, decreed, we must . . lartt And o'er the -w ide world to roara ; But memory will oft cattle a tear drop to start, When I think of the loved ones at .home. But one thought, dear mother, gives ease to my pah:. The thought that is mingled with blis3, TO know that tho' parted, we may meet again -la a world tht U brighter than this. Then mother, dear...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 January 1863

u ALL pi 6 r . -j J p to ' mm pCr a inttltEH, Editor ami Proprlei jtoo surreal ixsox, a'sibiistier. VOLUME 4. letor. I WOULD RATHER RE RIGHT Til AN PRESIDENT. IIexey Clay. TERMS: AS I'M 1 tl.0 IX AOVA.Vti:. EBENSBXj RG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1803. NUMBER 16. DIRECTORY tt-.JST OF POST OFFICES. Post Masters. 'tamers. Enoch Reese, Elacklick. William M. Jones, Carroll. Danl. Litzinger, Chest. .. A. (i. Crooks, Taylor. Wm. W. Vounpr, ashint'n. .t.-.Imi T'n.miison, Ebensbur". rost OJccts. Hi-thel Station Carrolltown, Uhes3 Springs, fonemaugh, l'resso:i5 Ebensburg T aw.;.. l -n Timber, lsa;ie inomu", . . .1-. I T Chri-tv. Oalhtzin. Calht7.ni, j . m. in Hemlock Wm. M'Gorh, U asht n. Johnstown, I. E; Chandler, i M. Adlesbcrjrer, Loretto. iiiii ii in. - - - E. Wissinger. r onem gu. A. Durbin, Munster. Andrew J Ferral, Sns.yhan. (. V. Rowmaa, White. Wm. Ryan, Sr., Clearfield. George Conrad, Richland. R. M'Colpan, Washt'n. F. F. Slick, Crovle. Miss M. Gillespie, Washt'n. Morris Keil, Snici...

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 January 1863

... i m " t' : 0 M .I .S! 4l' - 1' 4 v i '? !' A '. 2 cii-on for 10-pounder Prussian rifled gun-, with toon and stores. 1 12-Dounder rifled howitrer, Dahl- prn. j 1 12 pounder rifled howitzer, 750 Ibd. j Dahhrrceu. I 'I ti'M carrHees for ditto. j !i smail huwi'.r.T sruns. 12-pouuders, ' v:th carriages, tools and stun . ! 1 12 pvu uKT rifled howitzer, Dahl- erect., 11- t.outcJcr Mnootn bore, iOU lbs. DahlrecH 1 field carriages for ditto. "U Ma ill 1- pounder howitzer?, with car r!a'.:cs. t ! "od tores. saddh s. li!7 esdle3 with trscea, breast strap, &e. 63 faddles incomplete. l!.ti9G tnuket(i and rifle. 200 pistol and 124 bolster-!. 1JU7 rounds of shut and shell. rounds musket aud rifle cart ridges. m . The fuiej;oinir does not include the nrms and ojuipu.cnts that have been issued to the several regiments of the lloiiiC Guard, and which are in their j-twession. Fur the details of military operations and statistics, 1 refer you to the Reports ..f the Adjutant General, Quartermast...

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 January 1863

::::::::JANUARY 15. i. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ebenseuro and Cui'sson Railroad.. 0u aud after "Monday, December 22, 1S62, trains 3a this road will run as follows : Leave Kbensduuo At 7.00 A. y..; connecting with Mall East and Phil, aud Bsilt. Express West. At 7.30 P. M., connecting with Express East and Fast Line West. Leave Cre.sson At 10.35 A. M., or on departure of Mail Train East. At 9.35 P. M., or ou departure ot Fast Line v est ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. SupU From Our Vol u ulcers. br:ef lettee rr.oM cc. a, Hth pa. uesekves THtltt PIIKSEXT LOCATION, AO. Belle Plain Lanihxg. Jan 4, 16C3. Correspondence of The Allcghanian. Oar regiment is at present cucauipcd ca a gool piece of grouml, within two rv'Ies of De'.le Plain Landing, Va. The inoa Lave busied themselves since the fight at Fredericksburg, and instead of belter tents, tbey now boast the posses sion oi' comfortable log huts. Our camp, with the exception of not being so large, greatly resembles what Camp Pkrpout was last winter. We are ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 15 January 1863

- i .'V VI- ' iV: ? :;il : -tb.lt -. ( , i il : il ' 3 f . ; 1. .!. . '. ; ; ,--ct;. "2ore Copy." Ones in autumn, wet a rol dreary, sat this writer, weak aud weary, pondering o'er h memorandum book of items used before books ot scrawling head notes, rather; items taking duj-s to gather them, iu hot and mttrw weather, using up uiuoh time and leather) pondering we those items o'er." While 'vo conned them, sduwlj rocking, (through our mind queer ideaa .flocking,) came a quick and nervous knocking knocking at the sanctum dour. "Sure that must be Jinks," we muttered ''Jink that's knocking at our door Jink3 the ever-acting bore." Ah, how veil dj we rcmitrd u, in the walls winch then confined in, the ''exchanges" lay behind u, and before us, and around us, all scattered o'er the floor. Thought we, "Jinks he wants to borrow tsimie old newspapers lor to-morrow,- and 'twill be relief i'rom sorrow to get rid of Jinks,' the bore, by opeuing wide the door." Still the visitor kept knocking knocki...

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 January 1863

rjr n - V - J i ihfef .fev vy - ...... 15 tmtEtt, Eflitor asiJ Proprietor. I WOULD KATDER DE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. IIexuy Clay. ttpms. tri!.o lr:it AIX'.I.ILU.' ' .r.rjO i. id ami:.' VOLUME 4. DIRECTORY. list or I'OsT OP PICKS. rost OJicts. rosl Masters. Jttricts. B -thel .Station C.irrolltown, Oi'HS Springs, CoaciUAUgh, X'rtfSSOU, 'Kfstnauurg. Fallen Tioibcr, '..i!liu'ni, Hem lock. J ohi.jtowu, Loretto, Mi .ier.il Point, Manner, 'lattsvil!e, Kisel.tud. Kaocli licese, niii,twin;.v William M.Jones, Carroll. Danl. Liiiiiigcr, (Jlicst. A. G. Crouds. Wm. W. Young, John Thompson, Isaac Thompson, J. M. Christy. T.ivlor. WaiL'nit'n. ; Ebcusbu rg. - White GalHtzin. V:i3lit'. Johnst'w n. Lorctto. Coiicjn'gli. M uii-,tcr. Win. M'Oongh, I. i:. Chatl dU'1 M. AdkVoergcr, K. Wisdnger, A. Dvirbin, An lrtw J Ferral. Siivi'li;n. (I. W. Bowman, White. Win. ilpn, Sr., ClearfiV.J. --ovge Conrad, liichland. )T. M'' lan, V :i.-t.:'n. )5. F. Cruylc. Miss M. lii'.li'.it, W.tslit'n. Hi. An listine, S'.'J.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. — 22 January 1863

A; r"T . 1 ; r A 'J t '1 i Mm mm : mm- - , y- - v glg AllOSaiarLiaa, punishment of wrong. He will do his utmost to embarrass the Administration, niGsrr on ;trosa. " RIGHT, To Sr. IC K r T BIOHT, W P. O X T. T O It E PI T RIGHT. TIITTUSDAY:::::::::::::::::: JANUARY 22 Our H. genaJor r.Iecl. i.r.d bring about a dishonorable teace. In short, he will play, all the .time, into the hands of the traitor?, and afford their hellish plans against the life of the nation all ''the aid and comfort" that in him lies. In A Good L'zaiun Democrat. On Wednesday of last week, Hon. IIen duick IS. Wright,, of Pennsylvania, delivered a speech in the House of Rep resentatives at Washington, in answer to a tirade of treason from the notorious Vallandios ham, in which he excoriated this connection, we mav nd.i tlmt. j doing, he will damn himself to everlasting I Uat rcr2ant Ohioan most severely. An ; infHi.iv. ai.d leave as a Ioacv to r-ot-r:tv ! Ult,a 1J,lcl,anan Democrat, his repudiation mittee of this Ho...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 January 1863

rSJJJL o Alio slaQ-XLit3a. "LOCAL AMD PERSONAL EnEXSBURG AND CuF-SON' EaILROAP. () and after Monday, December 22, 1862, trains this road will run as. follows : JLEAVK Er.EXSBUKQ At 7.00 A. connecting with Mail East and Phil, and Bait. Express West. At 7-'() P- -i connecting with Express East and Fast Liue West. Leave Ckkssox 4 At 10.35 A. M., or on departure of Mail Train East. At O.S- P- M-i or on departure ot Fast Line West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Stiff. From Our Volunteers. Camp near Falmouth. Va., Jan. 10, I8C3. o. r, 133d pessa. vols. facts concf.kmng THTIR PARTICIPATION- IX THE CHEAT CATTLE OT FREDERICKS' I" FIG S PS DRIES. Correspondence of The Allcghauian. Seeing that two of jour correspondents with this company "O. K." and "Wal tham" are king cold in the embrace of death, within the Jimits or n.e uie s,cene ; of btrife and carnage at Fredeiicksburg, T j think it behooves me to write you a few j ... t . . 1 1 . A lines, in order to Keep me menus m nmuc , ' p-jstcd as to our doing...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 22 January 1863

lit .1- , - - . , . : . .j 1 ' f." i i Hyi I 1 il l -'.' ' 1 V ; ' "- I . ! yfy t 1 i' ; . -. : t - ' , -1 - :, . rr t 1 l j 1 - ; i . i h' I; (C 1! ':.'d t - , 4 y . ? . ' jv - I . I . -' ; ' . yy : y-i; ?-; 1 1 :. -vvryy1 Two y"imp: nun met vuq tveiiinr I .tuivs, tr one ui" '.vIi jj l.-yth re:i ti-iiic ' tnttrtainc! toiid-. r iot-iinirs. :i pis it j ;of fro'io. ;n:o f J' l ilies tttruoa ? ft:e i :ii, w'in'r.',u; ':i. i!ic uivu. tljisikin : " it ;i I'iivi.raiilt' uiiHjiciit. imkv k iivti tjie ' ht.ii( (f tl.vir ft-c'itis t-i iho i'.ir iiLj.'i.-t t i I'lt'jr rtV'Mi'u, niovcl v:'.t ht tile :;!i;c in- taiit. -:il pi.iC'l lliMi--Ivt,. ;s tl '.'V sir- ; l.xscJ. bv xhi' iaivV !!'. l'ir it m l.ai- ! jTRCu ll::tt M-.c if.-o c..s..nKf:. oat the saMiC liivnittit, yni L'nii'-itiou trc, iii V' siity, s-t u in xr c;'.cK of her. j As the vsMinir nion mul i nvt w'lisper j without L-. tiaviii their whereabout-, they J Loth .L'M't!y 'o -k. -v'tht'y t ':o;uht, tlu- Fuit liitlo bjind of the chHmiyr, ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 29 January 1863

My y&ZA Mm Sf A - j ' . 4 nUUtr.U, TJtlltor and IrojrictOA. I WOULD RATHER EE RIGITT THAN PRESIDENT. Hesby Clav. TFRMS - f 3,OC fSIIi .4 IV . IT .11. J. VOLUME 4. Dl RECTO RY, list or iost orncLS. i..t O.ilces. Post Maulers. JJistrtets. Ucthc! Station Knoch Reese, Llacklick. William M.Jones, Carroll. Daul. Litzinsrer, Chest. A. G. Crooks, Taylor. Wm. W. Young-, Waabint'n. John Thompson, Kbensburg. Isaac Thompson, White. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Wm. M'GouGrb. Wasbt'n. UnrroUtown, UliesJ Springs, tjonea'augi), li!!a Timber, Gall.tzin, llealock, Jolnstown, Lo-etto, Miieral Point, Minster, PJattsville, H3i'!:inJ, sj:. Augustine, Scalp Level, Son man, Sumriierhill, Suinmit, W'ilmore, I. K. Chandler, M. Adlesbcrger, E. Wissinger, A. Durbin. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Concm'gh. Muifster. Andrew J. Ferral, Susa'ban. Cr. W. ISowmau, White. Wm. Ryan, Kr., (.? corgi t'e.raJ., JL.M'Uolgan, 15. F. ttick, Clearfield. Richland. Wasbt'n. Croyie. Miss M. Gillespie-, Wasbt'n. Morris Ivcii, S'merhill. 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. — 29 January 1863

JUL, 3 if I; ' , . '7 .. it rO i f Si r; WHEN RIGHT, TO UE KEPT I'. 1 II T, VP II E S WRONG, TO F. T. HUT S I HT. HISUXSKl llni'. TIIUUSDAY::::::::::::::::::J AN V AUY 29. Tlie War. How stand our armies in opposition to those of the Confederate States, asthey are called ? We find, in a view of the Various theatres of war, that our relative positions are nearly the same as those maintained a year since, and the war is still carried on as an assumption of new lines, and receding from the same. The rebels maintain a main defensive line, stretching from Vicksburg, on the Missis sippi, to Itichmond, on the James river, and thence along the coast to 'Wilmington, Charleston and Mobile. This line describes the arc of a circle at nearly every point, with the rebel forces posted in well select ed positions. To effectually break the line, the capture of Yicksburg was projec ted, but the stronghold has not fallen into our hands. Willi its fall vast advantages would have accrued to the Federal 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. — 29 January 1863

THUIISDAY:::::::::::::::::JANUAKY 29. " LOCfiL AND PERSONAL. ECEN'SBURO AND CRESSON RAILROAD. On aud after Monday, December, 22, 1SG2, trains an this road will run as follows : Leave Erensburq t 7.00 A. connecting with Mail East and Phil, and Bait. Express West. t 7-30 T. M., connecting with Express East and Fast Line West. Leave CRsssoNr At 10. 3j A.M., or on departure of Mail Train East. t 0.33 P. M., or on departure ot Fast Line West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. CambkiA CoI-nty and the State Finances. "We aro indebted to our Kepiesentative, Mr. Pershing, for a copy of the Auditor General's Report for 'G2, from which we compile the following ta ble of items of revenue paid into the State Treasury : Ileal and Personal Estate Tax, John A. Blair, late Treasurer, $1,309 35 From Cumbria county, 2,34G 85 Tavern Licenses, John A. mair, lute Treasurer, Tavern Licenses, Thomas Caliin, Treasurer, Retailers' Licenses, John A. Bhur, " Thos. Callan, .i " John A. Blair, Distillers' and Brewers' Lic...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 29 January 1863

JU b ! 4 ,h:. it ' ii ' j'i - 4 J 15 1 ' li if (3 b . t 5 ; ' j ; The simliOft Owasco, undrr c nmiuivl of Cupt. Wilson, was lyin.q; on the wharf on whi-:h the Union troops were stationed on win-Mi u;e tmon troops when the attack whs mine o the larnct liftnp. hp InnuGilhitelv Ktctusitul U!) to take jitirt in the liht, and trot within 'li)D yarda ot the scene of action, when she eouid not approach nearer. Shc was with in easy raoe ol the reWl linemen, as the bullet murks through her bulwarks plain ly show. Her shrouiU were shot iuv;iy, und most of the injuries leceived hy ,"v men wero the result of musketry, "as. will be seen by the above list. Just at daybreak the enemy ;rot pos session oi' the Harriet Luue, tyre down the United States flag, r.nd raised a small ronfoderafe flag au 1 a flag of truce. T lie Owasco, finding the Harriet Lane was in the hands of the rebels, sent a shot clean through her machinery, ju.-t above the water line, having first steamed down out of musket range, ...

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