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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 29 July 1869
"" . . ttti v on v v"::::::::::::..::: mix LOCAL AND PERSONAL vvr-a NI CRESSON llAILltOAD. nd.fterJuly2Cl 1809, trains on,this ,1 H II run as iumu. . .V M connecting villi Philauel- i.",,T.'viit"!t(; f4Bd Pittsburgh Express West, ara HVrM?, connVtinjr with Moil Train -'' ", r r-ant Train "West. :t-'-M' ''"m"., connecting, with Mail Trun :-"A ,:'.a.-1iliiA Express Est. , k- i:kesn . Ll 3 20-A.M., or on departure ot uuj- 7h Express West- fir, . ,,n i i fir uu uc ii""- ' i-1--.,, o -vr nr on departure oi mmi Train est. "Memoranda. The weather for the r ' ' ' r.-...... h.-;r? l.on enrnn- l.iriucrs i ivo iut '- .. i n A mini. i A'i I. 1,1 t - at- vU. the .Uil' Orphan . School, at 'Vr'-'Y fu::-::-d"i cmnty, arrived home V ;,!u;-:. v fveiiln-t, to spend their V .Ti iiuuh, of the Simul- suniir vat-ation was cased . f his pocket book euntam- o-n V ,1,.. llHrrihnrf oonveutiun. f,,i- Iniu. lie had no businc3 to ho j3 j. .ui en v 1 , nor have so much motiey. ..The Altoona Vindicator picnic w ie...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 29 July 1869
u TIjc rarmcrs' Dcpartmcal.- Manuring Lands. A great mistake among farmers is to wait until their grass begins to run oatbefere tLey break up the field and feed anew. If a farmer has too Ju:l manure, he had better cart what he has, on his be3t field jind take a big eiop from that, than to put it on his poorest iAd to' enable it to yield a moderate crop. It is easier to increase a corn crop from f0 bushel per acie to 80, on good la. 1. tbau to increase it from 15 buhi'ls to 25 on poor had. In the Grst cz;o )our man ijre'civts you a L'iiu of 30 bushels per acre, and the second a gio of oclj ten bnahels. This explains why a fanner withpoor laud amis it so diuk-ulty to make proares?, and especially if bi firm is un drained. Neither the mu.'ire rer tl.o labor lis applies are neatly effcitfs as tbjoeof h 1 3 neighbor with rL-her ar.d bvtter land. Ii this ca.;c it is eniputicV.ly ti ihut de?ruction of the poor is t Icir pQv.rtj. litocs wo uiiy iucwkotilly rcuiaik that through and perf.- c:...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 5 August 1869
I nt ef i. in f 4 Of oa L'Ul :ss, icci best . be it :e set s vr d. ; re-i itr LI, " the rs- ie i ien-f nil 1 f land chs org trom lesi E. torn oua- r tin stab i and icau- city, riT will FIBS LCD- jlr7 r Pre.' rong osi Alt I 31 gtore ed W 6- hTTirTCBIlNSOX, 1 EDITORS. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDEXT.--hVhb't Clay. OLUME 9. EBENSBURG, PA., THURgDiLY, AUGUST 5, I8C9. TSRMS-2'50 IMU A XX I'M lfcJto- 2.00 IXADVAKfK ,.'- r ublic, fiy Law, Kbensburg, Pa. FENLO:J, Attorney at Law, Ehen.sb'irg, Pa. 0 (3-0.- e on High sir 1 UU" , T,. it Law, lcotsuuis, :13 T V I. - -w T T IT t:;f OiT.cc v TeY"3 t L i -i . . -. . l!.UV.ui-" nt The Df- i . Tanr. 29. IXUILER, Attor- E(y f.l f" V O ATM AN, Attor L-cisburg, Pa. . ir. r to collections. id. rOUXSTOX L ? 'AN LAN. Attorneys -1 L l.-enstmrp, x a. t. JOHNSTON. LtU'K,JJ . T AMKS ( EAbLl, Attorney ar iaw, farro'.ltown, Cambria county, i a. Architectural Drawings and Specifi- r .i 1 1 cr ? .1 J. WATERS, Justice of the Peace 1 7. and enven.-r. ... ir:...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 5 August 1869
sea THURSDAY, ATUGST 5, 1869. 17X10.? UEPUBUCIS TICKET TOR GOVEBXOR, JOHN W. -G E All Y. TOR SrPtlEMK JCDOX, 1 HENRY W. WILLIAMS. EPUR LIC AN CO. CONVENTION. The Union Republican voter3 of Cambria county are hereby requested to meet at tbe usual placc3 for holding the elections in their respective wards and districts on SAT URDAY, the 2Ut day AUGUST, and between the hour of I o'clock, and 7. o'clock, p. m., elect two delegates for each election district to represent them in a County Convention to be held on Tuesday, the 24th day of August, at the Court House, in Ebensburg, at 2 o' clock, p. m., for the purpose of taking such action in the coming election as the inter ests of the party and the good of our coun try demand. ALEX. KENNEDY, Ang. 5, 18S0. Chairman. Organize Work. The campaign has opened in Pennsyl vania. The two great political parties who ko often have met in conflict before are again arrayed agaist each other, and, un der leaders of acknowledged strength and Kwcr, arc m...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 5 August 1869
H UOFLAD S UnuM A Uin TA3 irtv t?- liGorhAhna he it mam tosw: Thetiret;! ricntries fUr nil of lk a mk Pi1, a .rate pf aniey x'p&epfc jegcjyJ. i P"q? WfiflW dae3 Hepublicaq gonventiori"; the fdtuaT AND tjoa j etc. : ,nnt. n? witti rn mac - h-3 ami 'Pittsburgh Express ys eS, hh ?!WoTmm connecting with MU Train i vmirrnnt Train West, 5 f tnting with Mail Train At .4 - .. u.Trpss EASt. M., cornecung y" sidelpu ..Vof . M. of on uepaivu v t T:tc A?2.S Pp.e M. pa departure of Mail Train At?. At 8.31 P f;ai Vfst, M. or on departure of Mail MimoiiAXDA.-Onc f the servant irls ' , .i Prison Mountain House hnndreJ and seme thirty odd del- lost five -ht last week.... Although the weather in this section has been unusually wct wc sec by our exchanges that in Homo parts of the State crops arc suffering very imcU for the want of rain. In Lancaster rouaty, springs that were scarcely ever known to fail before, are now almost dry. .It is estimated that about $50,000 worth ( berries arc shipped fro...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 5 August 1869
Tlie Earmers' Dsparlaieat. Look to the Weeds. Every good farmer knows thru to Id sura satisfactory crops his land must b9 cultivated in the bet manner, and if it is so cultivated few weeds will bo found on well managed i-mis, if a litfld here and there, owins to adverse weather, a xhormess of hands, or a rush of work general!?, be neglected for a few days the weeds may ;et a tUirt; hut this happen- rarely, and an obervin nun cir always judjje tf the character of a farmer by glauciujj hU eye over hi premises'. If the weed are not to be v:-,f!arly and systematically destroyed, the idea if conducting agricultural r nuo3 proii-abiy nisy as well be .'b ludoaed. tor the one is tuiie iucouipat-i'-jli with the other. A'nd this is even nnre pointedly so with the garden. Weeds uui a irnrden crop are as antagonistic as life and death. They cannot fctat.tl upon thesanje pktfonn U-;C ruu.Jt b2 inuster, and it iz lor 1 r.vuer to say which. If a garden is sys tematically vorked md without system u...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 August 1869
I Vnrflff AND PUBLISHER. AS M. " VOLUME 10. M M. JONES, Notary Public, Ebensburg, 1'a, - LaFr TTTILLIAM KITTELL, .Attorney at W Law, Ebensburg, Pa. August 13, 1868. ' . TOHN FENLON, Attorney . at Law, ViJlVunv(j IT - 1 1 . fgy- Office pn lllgQ Bircci. aug!3 OEORGE M. READE, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. ; Office in Colonnade Row. augl3. fLUAM II- SECIILER, Attor ney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. j-Office'in Colonnade Royr : aug2G HOEMAKER & O ATM AN. Attor neys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Particular attention paid to collections. BS? Office on High street, west of the Di- JOHNSTON & SOANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensbnrg, Pa. Office opposite the Court House. 1. t. JOHNSTON. aug!3 J. E. SCASLAJJ, JAMES C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, Carrolltownr Cambria county, Pa. 10- Architectural Drawings and Specifi sations ade. TftUg13 E" J. WATERS, Jiwtice of the Peace , and Scrivener. . ' , t?" Office adjoining dwelling, onUigh St., tbenaburg, Pa. aug 13-6m. I. IOfElW, Tw- dick, Johnstown. , . Ebensbu...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 August 1869
OtTixo ;aii ola-ganlan. .THURSDAY, AUtJGST 19, 1869. ujo.v nErrnucAiv ticket. darernor ...Ge. JoHM W. GeABY. Supremi Judge... .Hos. Hesry Williams. -T E PUBLICAN CO. CONVENTION. The Union Republican voters of Cambria county are hereby requested to meet at the usual places for holding the elections in their respective wards and districts on SAT URDAY, the 21st day AUGUST, and between the hours of 1 o'clock, and 7 o'clock, p. m.. elect two delegates for each election district to represent them in a County Convention to be held on Tuesday, the 24th day of August, in Ehensburc: at 2 o- clock, p. m., for the purpose of taking such action In the coming election as the inter ests of the party and the good of our coun try demand. ALEX. KENNEDY, Aug. 5, 18G3. Chairman. Volume lO. The mcsent is the first number of oi- tune 10 of The AUeghanian. Wc begin J A I A the new volume with a subscription list increased about one-third over what it was one year ago. wnnewe tnanitour incuus for this mar...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 August 1869
XmJRSDAX::::::::-- :::AUGUST 19 3 I XoCAL AND PERSONAL. EBTX y2e, 1869, trains on this run as follows. : . LEAVB EBS'0Rnani;ting with Philadel At Apsbureb Express West, and ,prn Express Eas u' m v w.. coo: At l- ?VJ::.nt Train West. . ? " .nectine with Mail Tram .v New Livzrt Stable. TVr Davis & Co. have just opened MV i- the stables formerly occupied by Mr. Charley Gibson, a livery and sale stable.. We have looked in at the stable, and are free' to say that it. is the most complete establish ment of the kind ever started in Ebens- burg. , Mr. Lem. Davi?, the senior inem' I ' ' .... -.pM--. . Soutneyu--. coonecting witn wwi - xi -connecting wrni" At A Ph tadelobift Express East. Sin" . M-l xnings leaves Ebens lTrg at 5.15 o'clock. oTm-? - on departure of Pltt baArf2.?0iPP.e Moon departure of Mail Train S At 8.31 r- M., or on departure of Mail rain West. The ALLEanAMAX.-The following earned gentlemen have kindly consented Tart agents for this paper in their " cctivc neighborhoods...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 August 1869
The Farmers' DepftHment. - " 4 " The Poor Farmer. We saw the other day io one of our exchanges, a little para graph .with "thU heading, in which it was justly paid that a '.'poor farmer cannot con ceal the fact that be "is a poor farmer' Nothing can be truer. His work lies bc lore the world. Every passer can look upon it 'and recjrd his judgment There are his house, hij barn, his out-buildings, his implements, hid horses and cat'le. If he is a poor farmer it will be seen in all v.,. li So vprv house-card and barn- IUC3V. - ' J J vard sr-cak of his want of industry anJ thrift, in clear language Yel there is no one more difficult to instruct or re'orui than the man who is determined to puue his own wretched course, in the face of all his neighbors and the wW.e communi ty. And there are two reasons for it. First, ho loves the rum bottle ; and if not this, then he is Daturally lnzy and a poor devil generally. In citt.er case he has no future to live and work for ; no pride or self-respe...