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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 March 1863

11 . - -. : ' -j- - - ' - . 4. 4K?il. Sailor anil lropri ietor. A. ,3. I 'WOULD RATI1EIT DE RIGHT .TLTAN PRESIDENT. Ilnuy Clay. mr ov?.- f S2.00 PER A.MT.U. VOLUME 4. DIRECTORY. OTices. Post 31-isUrs. Districts. ISe'ihel station ".irrolitown, Ciie-s i'viags, .Vi;uiau'i, KMusburij. J".Cllca Tiiabcr, P.cailoeU, Johnstown, L.iretto. ilineral Point, Mu sister, Piittsvi!!c, KllOCh liCCSC, lauoMich.. William M. Jones. Oarroil. D.inl. Litzinirer, Chest. A. G. Oryoks,-" Taylor;- Vv'm. W. Yx-untr, siiiiiiit ii John TrConpsott, Isaac Thcnipson: J. M. ChrUly, Win. Tilcy, Jr., 1. K. Chandler. M. A-itcsherger, C. Wissiuijer, " A. Diiil'iu. "'beiisbti 1. White. Gallitziu. Washt'p. ' John.?t'w 11. Loretto. Coaem'jh. Mil aster. Andrew J- Fcrral, SnS'f h-.ai. (I. W P.owmuu, White. V.'iu. Kyuti. Sr.", C'learfiel.l. George Conrad, Richland. P.. M'C'jian W.u-M'n. D, 1 .Slick. CruWe. Miss M. GiUeq.'.t, Wnsht'n. Mollis Kcil, S'luerhiil. .JSC d. Si-A'asjustiiift, . r5.::i!p Level, Soiuiian, S imiuerUill, ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 March 1863

4 ?Zy intern - 1 . V Mi ,1 I J , l' ( , ( r. ,1 I i f .! i f : .1 v .1 ' If I i Y - -,v!i i yy ;1 - V ri ' - ft . : ' S r ! .V.K '. I ' H YifH Y'i j ;f yv-y'? i - i . . J - ! . .5 -' i r i - in. ."T'"i'' RIGHT Oil WROXfi, WHSlt RIGHT, TO BE KEPT win wbojio, to bz pdt RIGHT, BIG IIT. TniIKSDAY::::::::::::::::::::::MAKCII 19 Treason at Home. It is a lamentaLIe fact, but none the 183 true, that while our sons and Lroth e are risking their lives to preserve the - Union and our rights as a free people, there are theso here at home who, even while they remain at heme, and enjoy in eecurity and peace, the very bleasiDgs which these soldiers are fighting to main tain, are loud in their denunciations of our noble army, and busily engaged in plotting treason against the Government, and who would IJier" see every one of tur brave soldier filling Southern graves than that ulavervthe idol. for which , ... ,. , . they would barter theirvery souls shouldJ suffer ; and, vet, . roor pitiful coward?,...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 March 1863

iuSDAYS::::::::::::::::MARCnT9: LOCAL' AND PERSONAL Ebensburo and Cresson Railroad. 0o and after Monday, December 22, 1862, auu an tlii3 road will rua as follows : Leave Ebensburg At 7.00 A.M., connecting with Mail East and Phil, and Halt. Express West. At 7.3fJ connecting with- Express East and Fast LinWest. Leavs Cresson 10.33 A.M., or on departure of Mail Train East. H 9.33 P. M., or on departure ot Fast Line West. . ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Sup!. Union League. Elsewhere we print an able article on the subject of a Loyal Rational League, copied from the New York Evening Post. At the present time, -when the Rebel sympathizers in the Xorth are straining every nerve to create b feeling of dissatisfaction in the minds vf the people against the Administration, and are endeavoring, by means of an in sidious "fire in the rear," to demoralize our armies in the field, this, topic should come home to the hearts of all. Some thing is needed some organization in xrhl'rh goo 1 men and true of all pa...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 19 March 1863

: ' I'M 5 ''4 . ' r 1 if ', i' I. : . . . ?' - 7 J .- I . I- .. - J . i'-. M ft- The new Coi-"Ptiou bil1 proposes 5n two drafts toKs tl,e abic-bodieJ men between tvrS antl forty-five fears old. -They nnt0. be two classes first, those l .. U -.-T . 1 KoMripn thirl v Ava ! EeCOU'J, t'113 uiaiiici -"-- " J and forty -five but the second class is not to be called out till the" first is exhausted. This sets the bachelor: betw een thirty-five nndTofty-fiva all ago 1C gcttin: inarricu "We aTce with a cotcuiporary that this i- o temporary . " .f :r :s ....... a wise provision ui me ij.y.h lutw a v -wisdom in it. We wish it had taken nil the bachelors between tweuty and ninety, before it .touches married men. What are those old bachelors'frood for but to die for their couutry t If they will not raise sol diers to fi-jht battles, let them :o aud n-ht themselves: and die, if so be, without wife or child to mourn them when they fall However, if auy of those who would fall into the second class ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 March 1863

r. ' i' . H Hditor and Proprietor. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN ritESIDENT. Hexbt Clat. TERMS f S2.00 PER A1VTVUJI. $1.50 IX ADVA.CC. j. VOLUME 4. DIRECTORY. LIST or POST OFFICES. foil OJiceu .Tost Matters. districts. Betlicl Slatioa Enoch Reese,- L'lacklick. Cfi.rroiitotvn, William M. Jones, Carroll. Ciie33 .Springs, Danl. Litzinger, Chest. Cooeiaaogh, A. G. Crooks, Taylor. Ctcison, Wni. W. Young, W aslant a. fjuiburg. John Thompson, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, l3aac Thompson, "White. Galiitzia, J. M. Christy, Crfillitzin. Hemlock, Wm Tiiey, Jr., Washt n. Johnstown, I. E. Chandler,- Johnst . Loretto, M. Adlesbcrger, Loretto. Mineral Point, E. Kissinger, Conem gb. ll inster, A. Durbin, Munster.. Flattsrille, Andrew J Ferral, Susq'ban. Roscland, ' O. W. Bowman, lute ?t Vu"utine, Win. Ryan, Sr., Clearbdd. cain Level, George Conrad, Richland. Sonman, B. M Colgaa, Vasbt n. S'im-nit Jliss .u. utntsjjic, "';;' Wilmore, Morris Keil, S'merhill. I CBirRCMES. MINISTERS, &C. Prcibytcrian Rev...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 March 1863

RIG 1X7 OR WROKZJ. trSIK RIGHT, TO BE KEPT R I O H T, W HSU WEOKO, TO BE 1CT BIGHT. , IIBSBtllGt THURSDAY::::::::::::::::::::::MARCn 26. . inlon Stale Convention. The Union State Committee, met at the Jones House, in Hatrisburg, on Wednes day afternoon. The attendance was large and the following call for the meeting of Stats Convention was adopted : " The loyal citizens bf Fenn-ylvania, without ii6tincticn of party, who desire cordially, to onite in sustaining the National and State Administrations in their patriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and unholy rebellion Against the. unity of the Republic, and w ho desire to support," by every power of the gov ernment, oar heroic brethren in arms who are braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve the Union of our father?, are re quested to select the number of delegates equal to the legislative representation of the tfiate, at such times, And in such manner, as .will best respond to the spirit cf this call, to Meet in Sta...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 March 1863

rj23.0 .AH QgllQ.IliVIl j TirKsDAY::::::::::::::::::::::MARGH 26. j LOCAL AND PERSONAL E32NS-3URQ AND CllKSSON RAILROAD. Oa and after Monday, December 22, 1862, trIas in this road will ruu as follows : Leave Ebensburo At 7.00 A. X., connccti with Mail East and Phil. aaB;-4 "Express West. At 7.30 P. M., connecirfig with Express East aa.4 Fast Liae West. Leave Cresson At 10.35 A. M., or oa departure of Mail Train East. At 9.35 I. M-, or on departure ol Fast Line .- West. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. From Our Volunteers. ISTTEIt FROM CO. F, 133U PEXSA. VOLS. POP ULARITY OF GEN. HOOKER NEGRO SOLDIERS PICKETING A MISTAKE COttJiECTKO TUB XPJt'TANTSHIP, AC, AC. Near. Stoneman's Switcii, Va., .March 12, 1SG3. Correspondence of The Aileghanian. The weather has been changeable and treacherous during the pasfweek snow, rain and sunshine in quick succession, completely spoiling the roads? and render ing a forward move an impossibility. The discipline and health of the ajiy. are good, and the moral s...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 March 1863

4 1 ! i i t if J -! I- it. 1 , ! i' : li I; M 'I i 1 i , it r 1 Death of the Oldest Inhabitant. The last will ami testament of Mrs. Elizabeth Myers, late of Antia township, Ulair "county, was admitted to probate re cently. The deceased was in many Tespect3 a remarkable woman. She was born in the year 1754, consequently, she "was. 109. years old when ehe died. To re alize the 'changes that occurred in her long and eventful life, we have only to reflect that at the time. qjf her birth, Washington was beleagered by the French at Fort Necessity j Pittsburg was then a small fort in possession of the Freuch j that Braddock was defeated next year; that she was 21 years old at the Declara tion of Independence, and was 58 at the rAlc5ncr 'nnt of the war of 1S12! She lived before steamboats were iuyented, eaw canal boats cro3i the mountain, the nli-nn h r. !" tlr the fame, ana the tele graph compete with thought. Last and eaddest of all, she lived to see traitors itriviog to break up the Gove...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 April 1863

llflitor and I'ronrietor. I WOULD RATHER EE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hsxkt Cut TER1LS f S2.CO PEH AlVIVFItl. I $l.SO IJI ADTAKCE. 4 .DIRECTORY. Or ffOST OFFICES. Pjst GJins. Post Masters. District. Hethel Station Carrjlitown, Cae Springs, Creisoa, tbiasburg. Enoch Reese, - yiackuca.. -Williamlf. Jones, Carroll. Danl.Litzintrer, . Chc3t. A! G. Crooks, W-.n. 'V. Youn, John Thompson, Taylor. W&3hmt'u. Eber.bburg. Whfte. . Galliizin. .-' Washt'u. Johnst'wa.. Lcrctto. Coi'em'gh. Muastef. Fallen Timber, laaac T-borupson, Ualii'-iin, hemlock, Joha3town, Miaeral Point, MaaJter, . ; J.'M.xTriristy, Wei Tiler, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesbergcr, Wis3iuser, . A. Durbin, Andrew J Ferral, Susq'ban. Q. W. Kownan, V. hite.' Esseland, 6i. Augustine, Wm. Ryan,' Sr., Clearfield. Soilp Level, Georpe Conrad, Ricolaud. f5oaman. IS. A UOlgaa, - "-auk B F. Slick. Croyle IV.53 M. Gillespie, Washt'n. Horrii Kcil, ' S'laerhiil. Suatmerhill, VTilaiore, CHURCHES. MIXISTERS, Presbyterian Rsv. f- Hbisox, Fas; ...

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

JUI V v if 4 i 1 i - u ; 1 . if -U' . r A I . .''.1 . ; ' . . "j . ; t ' . " ' i . ; - -. '. : ? . , . -h . - - ; f ( ' J '..-'.V 1 ' ' :--:f li ' ' j - j . ft K ,.41 ! t ' - --, t - A , IlIGIXT OU WHOXG. WBI8 - BIOHT TO B B. KETT BIGHT,' WHKS WROSO. TO IS E f CT RIGHT.' , ECESSBl'RG: --.THURSI) A Y::::n:::::::::::::H::T: A PHI L 2; , vliiss or the VJjcr So. 2. la Accordance Vkith arrancuicnt, tint - 'class of our fellow-ciUzens-who delight to " tail under the euphonious but lack-lustre 'V"1 title of Detnocracy"' aict 'at the; Court- .llouse, on Saturday evumng, . to perfect V. their p?gatization known as Pemocfatic : Club." But . few persons efe present j indeed, had it not been for the array of Unionists who attended to sec what they !-;Vould see and hear what they could hear, - f the meeting would have been limited to a :'very ''beggarly account of empty -bores. " 'As it was, it proved a farce a fizzle in the strictest sense, of the word. The good, honest, hard-fitted yeoaranry o...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 April 1863

'V. j?io Alio gg23.g,xvxx. THURSDAY: :::::t::::::APRIL 2. LOCAL AND PERSONAL EtJENSDUHa and Cresson Railroad. Oa anil after Jlocday, December 22, 1862, trains in this road will run as follows : ' Leave KaESSBUua At 7.03 A. X!.,' connecting with Mail East aad Phil, and Bait. Express West. At 7.30 P. JI., connecting with Express Eitst and Fast Line West. 1,iaVe"Cbessos-- At 10-35 A. M., or n departure of Mail . . Train East. -At 9.33 P. M., ot on departure ot Fast Line West. EN0C7I LEWIS, Gen. SupU SrRlN'O, no! March which caiiic in like a lion, went out as a Iamb calmly, peacefully, and during an unsuccessful effort at a snow shower. By the vray, the Blei.zhing hereabouts four days ego was reasonably good: mud at present forms the basis of our calculations to the depth of say half a foot. And cow, April the month when the violets begin to peep forth, and .song-birds to awake the echoes of the hitherto deserted forests April ia here. Variable, fickle April "One hour she smiley ar.i al...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 April 1863

: t i T r-- - i . : - '" M t '- ; : u . j - r v ? u , Ml - i 4 : j t ; 4 1 i i i; .)! . .. . i -., . ; i i ' tt, ; ..f . i .1 ' . ' -' ': . - : . ; r : vR' 4- - i. s i $ ! - :,'.Vit;i . : -f i i i , i 1 -"-- i ? "- - . Iv 1 1 p i ; 1:1 For jpang gentleman just turned twenty-one, jqJ a happ7 bridegroom at that, Hitf Prince of Wales has fallen heir to an exceedingly- pleasant fortune, ini inediate as vrelPas respective. - AccorJ iug q the.pScia.1 report .which has. just 3ea ia;d'cciyre. Parliament, thb net-pro-joees;ot'''tijc; revenues of hia Iutc nf Cornwai, now placed 'to hi credit, after the J"accurtlation of-" twenty one years, ajoaount to no less a' sum thau 51,00. or within a'fracTion of -three millions of dollars in our. currency.' This.'eum'. I:as " beea'.invcsted na follovrs : In contoliJutcd three per cent, annuities. 232.039 81 Id., and in reduced thrc-per cent., annuities, L jC289rI0G 4s, ld.,: making together a Euni of 572,075 3.?; or stock in these fun Is. There v-as als...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 April 1863

: t . " .. .,. . -. -- - - c - -.ft ! wtwwin' imii ' i" i ii ttb imwixi juT ji UU i l . i . juliubiiju" ifcat m. w-M1ljmliupu.i jjji.j maMijLMii'ii!LJUMii'ff"w"ww - J 11 1' --t" i mmm jii.p 'fuiJtmii- i i i miff in "t " Kii iiiin i i m inn m i i i i m n m i r '' 'hi" ii 11 '- -:' ,-. , T;.v v V , iv:y; ' ) i. i n-: i ' ';2 Vf; ........ . - '. ' . ". ' I ': i; ; & 15 vHKHil."ElHor anil Iro;irIctor.r j TO IIITTCIIIXSO, PuWislier. ; I V0CLnKATni2l DE IlIGnT.TItACCSIDENT. Hexet'Clat. T E RMS f 5 " IMJ. TOLTJME 4. DIRECTORY, LIST QF POST OFFICES.; bethel fetation Ut'rrulUoivn, C iess Springs, Cinemaugh, Oresson," Kljensburg. Mien Timber, iillitiin, ' . iIe.iiloek, Johnstown, fjir"etto, JSincral Pointj ' Jluaiter, riittsviUe, Koohiud, - .' St. Anarnstine, S,-aI; Level, fvninn, Si:nmerhill, Dimmit, Wilmorej I tuocli lieese, : JjiAt kiicK. Williiim M. Jones, Carroll. Divnl. Litzingcr, Chest. , . A. G Crooks, , . ' Taylor.' ' Win. Y. Yon up:, Wnihint'n. John T'lemuson, F.bcnsburs:, Isaac...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 April 1863

'hi f f i ; i 1 n i; 1 v: "i ": : t ' ( 'Ml 1 : ' i Y. ;i : ' i i - . ; ' t ' ' ' ( ... i -5 t-ir A ; ' , t J '.; - ' t - J -'HI - ? i: - i.i;, i OTIdlo AUojslinilian, - ttltiilT OR IVllOXO. WHU BIOHT, TO BK KEPT BIGHT, WitSU VROSO, TO.BK PUT BIOHT. THURSDAY:::::::::::::::::::::::::::APRIL 9. (3 f J Union League ! A I'nlou League, to be composed of nil Woe Patriots and Lovers of their Country, tbosewho Bland pledged to unconditional ' loyalty tothe Government of the United States, to an unwavering support of its effort r to fttppress te Rebellion, and to spare no rudearor to maintain unimpaired the Nation al uaity, both in principle and territorial ttoundary, will be organized at the.Coart J!ocee, Gbeosburg, on (tliid) Thcrsdat.Evr, Apsil 9, 18C3, at early lamp-lighting. Cvrus Kldcr, Esq., Jl. A. Boggs, Esq., and othtr able and elo quent speakers, will be present .and address the meeting. Come one! come all I ''Come as the winds come, when Forests re rended I (Tome s the wnves come,...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 April 1863

5 rpxxo Alio glqgtxaJLxx, THURSDAY:::::::::::::::: ::APKIL 9. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. -: 5 "Ebexsburq and Cresson Railroad. 0n r.ud after Monday, December 22,- 1862, trala3 Jn tltia road will run as follows ; JLifAVE Kbensblro iI.COA. M., counecting with Mail East and Phil, aud Bait. Express West. 7.30 P. 21., connecting with Express East and Fast Line West. KAve Cresson At Iu.Sj A.M., or on- departure of Mail - Train East. . At 9-3" P- "d- or on departure of Fast Line West; - ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt. from Our Volunteers. istTsa rcoM co. f, 183d pessa. vols. kkgi- tfKSTAI. WAR MKETISO DBATH REIXSTATK- KBST ASO PBOMOTIOJt Or L1BCT. 1LASAUAX, C, AC. C'AMr near Falmouth, Va. . April 2, 1663. , Correspondence or The Allcghanian. There U little of Special importance to cowmubieate'at this writing. , The spring aeasoa is rapilly advancing upon us, and uatil lately the Wads hail dried up tosuch aa extcut, under tbe influence of the blistering March wibdSj that we began to confidently anticipate...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 April 1863

.!.-;: :H i . . - . ' -J 1 '. - - . . : ; ; ; ' . . . fj-, f ! : - ' : 5 I . I - - - ' - ' ; Arm . ' . . . ';teiir? - . . ' - 'U :1 - ; , t t .1 t i' .1 I:-'- '4 !; . ii f.. ;. i . A i ' 1 V. '..4 j r ! . a : . , ' ' ; . .. ; . 1 .Mr.!.. ? " ; - : i '- i i ..- 1 l , ..,.,- . --.... . - - - - - -' tinn.iMii mi i i i -e ; . - - - - - - . . . . . - j. mi Tim rr f . i i - - - j Temperance, . Rof.LAD Afrit 2, 1863. A,fcT weeks , ago tho writer speat a week in Ebensburg, jii tcnjlance on tlieQoTjrt thcain Eess;on.. Altliottgh the WnnnaL business vras comparatively un importdnii yet there MTas ctlang con ncctcd with it that should arrvst tho 'nttention of. every Christian and phihn- .t ii,niiih(nit the land. I reler to IIUUUICl -. question arise,, Why -tl. permitted S'k.t; tl.nf tlin harnine and lr.tnre hones of thousands may be blamed thro nil th nefarious traffic? AVh 13-it that fore the demon Alcohol: 1 u.-, W iail, penitentiaries and almshouses - -tbo nnhnnrtv vicunw i 1. arc crow uuu ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 April 1863

:AY' ii GW M b fb V:"J- r ,71 - XX ll II f I If fl II f . k Jk. Trciiir. Editor anil Proprietor. J'yoDiJ HtTTCIIIXSO, Publisher. VOLUME 4. DIRECTORY, LIST OF POST OFFICES. Pr OJicts. Post Masters. Districts Bethel Station Enoch Reese, Blacklick. William M.Jones, Carroll. Dan!. Litzlnsrer, Chest. CirrolHowu, taesj Spriagi, ConcmaugU, " A. G. Crooks,. Wm. W. Young, Tavlor. Ebensburg. White. Ottllitzin. Loretto. : . Concm'gfi. Mun3ter. ; Cfeison, Kbcaiburgi John Thompson, Fillca Timber, Isaac Thompson, OAlUUin,; ilerulock, .Johustown, oretto, J. M. Christy, Wra Tilej, Jr., I. E. Chandler, ; . M. AJlesberger, E. Wissingcr, Moater, I'laitsTiHe, UoseUad, -Ft. Augastino, 3cIp Level, iAnicrhill,"; 4)aramit-, . TTIlmorc. A. DurbiD, Andrew J Ferral, SuSq faan- G. W. Bowman, White. Wm. Ryan., Sr., Clearfield. George'Conrad, Richland. B. irColgan, Washt'n B.-P. Slicii . Croyle. 'Mis M. Gillespit, Washt'n. Jlorris Keil, S'merhill. IZrRC:ilES,3IlXISTES, &c. rrts,yterinR D. Harbison, FRStor. -...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 April 1863

JUL if - - 1 -Ricnx or miosis MI lldBTi TO(BI KKPT ft I O K t, nie wnairo, to b ?Fi hioht. ., -. , i:iiEVsiiTK: THVK3DAr::a'::;:;::::;:;;w:::::vPRII 1C . -' l... i---- tv' i. 'S " Tfcc Tnlon jLenguCt t v. pa.rstiant to notice, on Thursday even ItkS of last wtck tho friend? of the Ad- . fTsioistra)n ;in tlm section those who -'taad predged to unconditional lojaltj to ; lh Government, to an mnravcrins sup ;'fort'of ita efforts to cruh the Rebellion, 7- and to apare no endeavot to maintain .'unimpaired the National unity, both in - principle and territorial boundary inet -at "the Court-House to organixe "a Union ' League. The. meeting was rather an injprotnptu affair the preliminaries, of its holding having only been arranged the day prior j st'll at an early hour the room ' 1 was crowded to its fullest capacity with a ; 2xatriotic and intelligent auditory, who ,.took that method, of 'showing their hatred ' of and unalterable opposition to Treason, "'whether it take the form of overt 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. — 16 April 1863

THURSDAY: ;:;::::::::APRIL 1G. v LOCAL AND PERSONAL . ' EKSBCRO AND CaESSOS RAILROAD. Oa o4 ftr "Monday,- December 22, 1802, itaini n this road will run as follows: LAY EBEN8BOMJ .... At 7.00 A. M., connecting witb Mn.il East mod Phil, and Bait. Express West. At 7.30 P. M., connecting with Express East and Fast Liue West. LtAVC Cressos ' At 10.S5 A. M., or" on departure of Sfa.il Traia Eh. at. It 9.35 P. M., or on departure of Fast Line West. KNOCK LEWIS, Gen. Supt. rroiM oar Volunteer!. itts rtox co. tt 133o rs.vxa. rot.. a a and atrtiw, c, ac. . ' Nkaql Stonkman's Switch, Va., i - Aril 7, 1353. - . Corrmpoadeace of The Alleghaiiisn. Today came off one. of thosa erents that by you at homo arc considered bril liant, gorgeou affair?, but which to the cummon eoldier wear a quite different apect d mean a review, Dy a review van -understand the msnojuverinsr of im posing columns led by pay. and of -course, IriTe officer, in- the presence of the .'ijldief, ala?, how different !- .Trke as...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 16 April 1863

! i V 4 -4 .Hospital' 'Diuectort. -Tha- follow ingis ft correct directory for all the hos jhmIs in Waabingtou, Georgetown anJ AlexaDdria,.yrith their. locationsr and the nreon in charge of each : Ascension -Dr. Smith's Church; 9th tetween G and II Streets. J. C. Dorr. ' x r Ascension Southcrd Church, Sth be tween, U oi I streets. ; J. C. Dorr. Armory -Armory Square, 7th 8t.D Alexandria, 1st division Alexandria. J. Summers.. " ' . -.',v . Alexandria, 2d division Alexandria. T. It. Spencer ' . ; ' . Alexandria, 3d . division Alexandria. Edwin Eenlly, - . v c.V- TV ; '-U7' r Campbell 7tb st., near Parle llotcl. Dr. J. IV. Baxter! - ' Carver Htli st, near Col.' 361. - O. A- ' Casparisr A ft., south jeast of Capitol. W. E. Waters,. ... ... - - ' - ' , Coiumblan-14tb Bt., Col. CoL T. A". Crosh"- - -?; - ; College Georgetown, ... J.' M. Brown. Camp ex. and : paf.- pris. Near Alex-'- TH Vetcr Clearv. - Douglas Qor. I st., and N.J. ave. Dr. Peter Pinco. - 'Eeiiagton Gale's house, J. l . ave....

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