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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 January 1864

RIGHT OR WKCG. WHEJT EIGHT, TO BE KEPT BIGHT, WHES WKONO, TO.BK PCI BIGHT. EBCXSQVRG: THURSDAY ::::::::::::::::::JANUAll V 14. TIio Legislature. Our State Legislature met at Harrisburg ou Tuesday, 5th inst. The House was speedily organized by the election of Hon. II. C. Johnston, of;prawford county, as Speaker. This gentleman ia Union throughout, a man of marked ability, and eminently qualified by birth and education to preside over the deliberations of that august body. Hon. C. L. Pershing, the representative from this county, waa the qaucua nominee of the opposition for the post, and received forty fivo out of ninety seven votes. Had Mr. P. only been a good Union man a man who would know no party, eo help him God, except his "country, until the rebellion wa3 put down we would have been glad to have chron icled his election. As it is, we cannot say we arc particularly eorry he was defeated. A. W. Benedict, of Huntingdon, by a like vote was chosen Clerk, and Jas. C. Brown, of Mercer...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 January 1864

UL .JANUARY 14. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ebensbuko and Cresson Railroad. On and after Monday, November 16, 1863, trains on this road -will run as follows : Leave Ebensburg At 7.20 A. connecting -with Bait. Ex press West and Thro' Acrom East. At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Mail Train West and Thro Eiprcss East. Leave Cresson At 10.45 A. M., or on departure of Thro' Accommodation West. At 8.45 P. M;, or on departure ol Express East and Mail West. Chit-Chat with Our Readers. -The snow hereabouts at the present time is upwards of a foot in depth. Per se quence, the sleighing, or "sledding" as it is practically denominated by our agestric brethren is most excellent. In fact, we think we never knew it better. Winter, that is to say, cold weather, usually com mences here in November, still snow in any quantity is scarcely ever to be met with until after New Year. This "is the case note it didn't use to be so. We recollect when the snow invariably com menced falling the first of December, and con...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 14 January 1864

QPPS eft? Bgju In the somewhat famous case of Mrs. Bogden'a will! which was tried some years ago, Mr "Webster appeared as counsellor for the appellant. Mrs. Green- :6uqh,wife of the Rev. William Greenough, late of West Newton,1 a tall, straight, - queenly looking woman, with a keen black eye a woman of great lf possession and . decision of character- f as called as a - witness on the opposite side. Webster, at a glance,, had the sagacity to foresee that her testimony, if it contained anything of. importance, would have great weight . with the jury. He therefore resolved, if possible, to break her up, and when she -answered the first question he put to her : "I believe," Webster roared out, "we don't want to hoar what you believe, wc want to hear what you know." ., - Mrs. Greenough replied, "That. is just . what I was about to say, sir,", and went on with her testimony. And, notwithstanding his repeated ' efforts to disconcert her, she pursued the evtn tenor of her wa, until Webster,...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 21 January 1864

JUL i -, u i B IKKER, Editor and Proprietor. jlODD lIITTCIII2"SOX, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hkkby Clay. TERMS:2,00 PER ArVWfJM. VOLUME 5. Governor's Message. ft the Senate and House, of Representatives (hi Commonwealth of Pennsylvania : t- t TKft' ncf i-oot Vma i rriT (jf ENTkfc-.l'-' j-iiw; 3ej u3 new cause of thankfulness to. the b'essiogs which. lie has bestowed upon The balance in the Treasury or. 30, 1S62, was $2,172,844 10 Receipts daring fiscal year end- 'iogXov. 30, 1SC3, Tj Jj Total in Treasury for fiscal year ending Nov. 30, 1SG3, G,4G2,203 75 The payments for the same pe- Biiance ia Treasury Nov. 30, 1563, -J, 14. .Jot 0 The operations of the sinking fund du ring the last year have been shown by my Proclamation of the 8th day of September last, as follows : Amount of debt of Cdminon- wealth reduced, 5954,720 40 As follows, viz : Coupon Loan Act, Mar 4, 18G2, 100,00'J OU Five per cent., 790,710 50 Four and oue-half percent., 03,000 CO Reiicf notes...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 21 January 1864

interference from beyond our borders, especially as we cannot in these circum Btanoes offer bounties by the State, with out the injustice of compelling the counties and townships which have al ready contributed largely in that way, to assist in paying, by taxation, for the defi ciency ot others. I feel it to be my duty, to call your attention to the pernicious practice of leaving many bills to be hurried through ... i .1 T-y ; - . L at tne close 01 me session. Durinsf the last ten days of the last session, 390 bills were presented for rny signature, many of them of the most important character. The whole number of bills presented to me during the session was 715. In con sequence of this habit, not only are bills fassed without an opportunity to cither louse for a proper consideration of their provisions, but the Executive is compelled either to sign them without examination, or to hold them over perhaps to the public inconvenience. It may often happen that a bill not approved by rea...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 21 January 1864

HUKSDAY;::::::::::::::::JANUARY21; LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ebensburq and Cresson Railroad. 0a and after Monday, November 16, 18o3, trains on tui3 road will run aa follow3 : tEAVE EbENSBUHO At 7.20 A. X., connecting with Bait. Ex press West and Thro' Acr.om East. At P M- connecting with Mail Train "West and Thro' Express East. LtAVE Cresson " At 10.45 A. M., or on departure of Thro' Accommodation West. At 8.4i P. M., or on departure of Express East and Mail West. The Draft Our Quota. Through the kindness of Mr. M. S. ITarr, Draft Commissioner for this district, we are enabled to laj before our readers this veek the quotas of the several sub-districts of Cambria county under the approaching draft. The figures indicate the real quo tas, without the fifty per cent, excess : 11xrTlPTl V tl. : Loretto and Galhtzin. 30 Carroll tp. and Carrolltown, Susquehanna tp., Chest tp.. ClearSeld tp., Chest Springs Bor., Washington tp. and Summitville, White tp.. Manster tp., Croyle tp.. Summerhill tp., Wi...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 21 January 1864

What becomes of Dead Houses. Some, people will no doubt be astonished to learji that large fortunes have, been made every year sicce the commeuceracnt of the war, out of the dtad horses of the Array of the Potomac. The popular idea is "lliJt when Eosinante yields ,up the ghost'lie is buried in some field, or left to molder in mother earth in the woods pome where. -Not so. Ho has made his last-charge, and gnawed his la?t fence rail, but there is from $20 to $10 in the old fellow yet. A contract for the purchase of the dead horses in the Army of the Potomac, for the ensuing year, was let a few days ago, to. the highest bid tier, at S1.7G per head, delivered at the factory - cf the contractor. Last year Sp0,000 was cleared on the contract, and this year it is thought 8100,0.00 can be made out of it. The animals die at the rate of about fifty per day, at the lowest calculation. At the contractor's establishment they are thoroughly disected. First the shoes .are pulled- olf; they are usu...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 28 January 1864

i ? : i. jir feu. i i BiHKEIlEdKor and Proprlel )toik xiutciuxsoih, pubiisner. tor. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT, THAN PRESIDENT. HenbV Cat.' TERMS PCIi AXSU9I IS1.SO IX IDVAKCE' . p y . VOLUME 5. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUAIiY 28, 18(54 D UlECTORY". JASt OF rOST OFFICES. . n. n V-,. Tnt VaxterS. VlSiri'tS. I i3 v.wvw. Bethel Station Enoch Reese, Cirolltown, . , Joseph Belie, CUess Spring?, iietif u"Ui' Conemaugb, Cresson, fusbnrg. Fallen Timber, GaUitzin, Hemlock, jobnstown, Lnretto, r jlineral Point, iluaster, P!.ittsville, pl0scland, St. Augustine, Scalp Level, Son:nan, Sammerhill, Summit, ffilmore, A. G. Crooks. J. Houston, Platklick. Carroll. Chett. Tavlor. Washint'u. John Thompson, Ebensburg. Asa. H. Fiske White.' J. M. Christy, Oallitzin. Wm Tiler, Jr., Wajht'ii. I. E.'Chandler, Johnst'wn. M. Adlesberger, Loretto. E. Wissinger, Concm'gh. A. Durbin, Munster. Andrew J Ferral, Sasq'ban. G. W. cowman, vv ime. Stan. Wharton, George Berkey, B. M'Colgan, Tt F. .Slick. William M'Conne...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 28 January 1864

RIGHT OR WROXS. If HIS RIGHT, TO BI KEPI B 1 Q B T, WIIE21WB0NG, TO BK PUT EIGHT. r.RFA'SItLIRG: THURSDA1 ::::::::::::::::::JAXU AllV 28. FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. Jotting from Washington. Washington City, Jan. 21, 18G1. To the Editor of The Alleghanian : An incident occurred at Columbian College Hospital, thi3 city, on Monday of last week, which will possess unusual ioterest for the renders of The Alkghanian and for all Cambrians who have bad the pleasure ot an acquaintance in years gone by with that estimate gentleman and accomplished physician, Dr. Wm. A. ?inith, formerly of Ebensburg, afterwards Of Philadelphia, but since the breaking out of the Rebellion a Surgeon in the U. S. Army. The Dr. has been for many months one of the Surgeons in Columbian College Hospital, and the incident to which we have referred grew out of his connection with that institution. Your readers, I know, will not think the space in your paper misappropriated which shall give the parti...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 28 January 1864

JANUARY 28. LOCAL A HP PERSONAL. EBKXSBuna and Cresson Railroad. 0a and after Monday, November 1G, 1863, trains on this road will run as follows : Leave Edexsburq At 7.20 A. M., connecting with Bait. Ex press West and Thro' Accom East. At 7.15 P. M., connectrng with Mail Train West and Thro' Express East. Lsave Cresson At 10.45 A, M., or on departure of Thro' Accommodation West. At 3.45 P. M., or on departure of Express East and Mail West. Squaring tiie Books. The Cornmia eionera and Auditors of this county are now and have been for a couple of wocks busily cngajpd in auditing the accounts of the county. Wake Up I No effort liaa yet been made to fill the quota of Ebensburg bor ough, and thereby escape the necessity of a draft. If anything 13 to be done, and well doEC, 'twere well 'twere done quickly. A bounty of S100 or 200 would most likely secure us the required number of. wen. "Maternal Instinct." We are un der obligations to the author, Dr. J. II. Toaer, of Washington city, for ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 28 January 1864

: - - k:1 n i ,5i ! s t if.!1 i ; - : '' I . ' . 4 ' . ' i' i - . i i i' i ; '1 t ! : ; U i ODDS cfc? JEHXTPSS. tgyA correspondent writing from the Army of the Cumberland gives the- follow ing" incident : "While riding tip Mission Ilili on the memorable 25th, turning my horse to the right and left to ovoid treading upon the wounded, I had discounted from my horse to give water to a dying boy, who lay upon his gun with a bullet hole throuah hi3 head, when, a few yards to the risilit, I observed an officer being carried down the hill - on a stretcher. ' Hiding up, I inquired of the men : "Who havo you here ?" .. "Adjutant Marsh, of the 21st Miehi- r' heca-iare you wounded, Adjutant ( tv "In the' left arm," was the reply. "Badly?" I inquired ; when with a smile lighting up his faoe, at the same instant I discovered the arm adhearing to the body by a small piece of flesh, he replied : "31 y arm is gone ; that's nothing ; we've beaten them, thank God, and the flur of th Chickauiauga defe...

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 February 1864

. ni.RK'gli; Editor aa Proprietor. J'xoSb XIITTCSIIXSOS, Iublislier. VOLUME 5. IBECTOIIY. -IST OF POST OFOCES l3 . ,r ...... D.ttrt Po Masters Districts. Enoch Reese, T U I :U A Blacklick. Carroll. Chest. Taylor. Wash'int'n. Ebensburg. White. -Gallitzin. Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Couem'gh. Ci? . SDrin,: Heury Nutter, CWi JX A. G. Crooks, C03.aB j. Houston, rbV John Thompson, 1 f fihristv. Hemlock, johestotr-u, jIiBerl l'oiat, jlusster, ru:tsvii S:. Augustin, Sc'-P I'cvel Summit, V.'iiisare, Win Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adleaberger, E. Wissir.ger, M un?ter. Andrew J Fermi, bnsq ban. G. W. Bowman, White. Star.." Wharton, Clearfi'.d. George Berkey, Richland. C. MOlgan, Wneht'n. B. T. Slick, Croyle. Willi'-" M'Connell W asht'n. Morris Keil, S'inerhiU. r,'.v'frwn Rev. T. -Iiahhisos, Pastor FrfS ng every Sabbath morning at 10 J d in the evening t 3 o clock. Sab- 9cl0ti, nai i T I'raver Jlieet- oatli School t i o c.v.-,; - w.v Preacher ia char--. Rev. Ghat, A S5 .t Preying ev,ry S...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 4 February 1864

9E w -T -V. J. -W -I - mw-jv j - - ' TT 4 v - right onrRoxa. WHEN EIGHT, TO .BE .KEPT EIGHT, W II K X W tt O X G, T 6 BEPCT RIGHT. THURSDAY :::::::::::::::::FEBnUAILY 4. " FOB , PRESIDENT J ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. ,A Audacious Assumption. One of the most brczen faced assump tions that ever emanated from impudence itself,- is the pretence set up by certain Democratic leaders, that the self styled Democratic party must be restored to power to make a successful end of the war. They have-issued anew edition cf the old, stale story that the Republicans are not competent to govern the country, and that- the only remedy is a return of hunkerisui to power. This assumption comes with a very bad praeo from a class of politiaians who were mainly instrumen tal in inaugurating the rebellion. These demagogues seem to have forgotten that their rotes and their influence made Bu chanan President, and put that old traitor and thief, John 13. Floyd, with other traitors, Cobb, Thompseu and Touccy...

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 February 1864

ym?RSDAY:::'::::::::::::KBUARy 4 LOCfii AND FEBSOitAL EBENSBUBQ AND CltESSON ItAFLBOAD. On and after Monday, November 16, 1863, jjftlas on thia road will ran a3 follow 3 :- LjAVE EbEXSBURO 7.23 A. M., connecting with Bait. Ex press West'and Thro' Acr.om East. At 7.15 P. Sr., connecting with Mail Train West and Thro' Express East. Leave Cresson 4t 10.43 A. M., or on departure of Thro' Accommodation West. It 8.43 P. M., 6r on departure of Express East and Mail "West. Chit-Chat with Our Readers. Xhc amount of business done in thia sec tion in tiie article of lumber has always fceca large. Indeed, northern Cambria, Jus from time immrmorial been distin guished a9 a superior lumber region. When a stranger, of an inquiring turn of mind, docs us ths honor of a visit, he usually open3 out with -''"What is your staple commodity hereabouts j;rain ?" Xo." "Stock ?" "No." "Iron and minerals?" "No." "Poultry, vc;eta Iks, fruit, butter?" "No." "Well, hat'w it, then?" "Why, lumler, of course," is 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. — 4 February 1864

mi i.i- mm if V,! J I Hi i ; - -- : if- i Mi:- 1 ; t !.-! Hii t 1: ;t i; i j f ' ' 3 J f ( ?! ; 1 1 1 !. . j; 5 V i I .' i ,-'! ; t: 31 1 a . ! ? .i: ; ? -V . i t -1 BINGEH 08 THE RHINE. BY EOS. MRS. N03T0:f A soldier of the Legion Ux dying in Algiers There was a lack of woman's nursing, there .tli was a dearth of woman's tear" ; But a comrade stood besitte Lisa while hi3 life blood ebbed away, And bent with pit jing glances to bear what heruight Bay. The dying soldier faltered as be took hi3 com- i rade's band, A nd he said : ;I nccr more stiall 3ee my own, my native land Take ft message and a token to some absent 4 'friends of mine ; For I was born at Bingen at Eiagen on the . Rhine. 'Tell ray brothers and companions when they ; cieet and crowd around, To hear ray inournfal story, in the pleasant Tineyard ground. That we fnIihL the battle bravely and when tle day was done, Full many a "corpse Jay ghastly pale beneath " the setting sun ; Aud 'midst the dead and dying were some grow...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 11 February 1864

-;' r l ceil m i I.IUUKCR, Editor and Proirietor. JjODD HUTCHINSON, Publislier. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. TERMS f S2.00 PER ANNUM. I $1.50 IX ADVANCE. .... .i . ... fe'ia . imh .: i icj ver. lu&i n$A . t-ii v nrr n VOLUME 5. Address ellvered by Fred. Jleyers, Esq., before the Ger man Republican "Union," at .Washington City, November 21, 1863. 3r. President and Gentlemen : Grratc lully do I accept your kind invitation to address you to-night, conscious that how ever humble my effort, I bear the earnest purpose to aid the Republic. If ever there was a time when heroism .and self sacrifice were needed, it is the present; and fortunate, indeed; are we, who now liaveao opportunity, which centuries may not bring again, to cultivate and exercise "these great 'qualities which all history reveres. , We need no longer point to the past, to the revolutionary sires, to establish our greatness as a nation. It is the glorious present, in which we are now actors, whic...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 11 February 1864

Protestant and the Catholic, the German, and the sons of the Emerald Isle, have commingled their blood for the defense of common rights and a common country. Fince the battle of Bull Run, when Ban ker's Brijrade covered the panic fetriekeu rout, and gathered up abandoned cannon, ad the day when Missouri was saved by the German under the gallant Gen. Lyon, my countrymen have never faltered in their devotion to the Republic. Amidst defeats and disasters', through good and evil report, despite, the slanders of the 1'ress, and the official neglect of their beloved Generals, they have followed the fortunes of the flag with German fidelity. And history will show that while the rebels, have not in their ranks a single German" volunteer, the self-sacrificing spirit of! my countrymen has not been excelled by those to the manor born. As oa the battle field so in the council, their patriotism is undoubted. They form the very vanguard of progress, and will rally around every" American States ma...

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 February 1864

Alio s2aa3iian. ffiuK5DA::::::::::FBBRUAi;Y 11. LOCAL fiD P 0 N AL. ; j.BEX3BURa AND CRE8S0N RAILROAD, Oo and after Monday, November 16, 1863, ins 3" tai3 rofti wil1 rUQ a3 ows ; TEiVE Ebensburg At 7.20 A. M., connecting with Balf.' Ex press West and Thro' Acr.Om East, it 15 connecting with Mai! Train' West and Thro' Express East. Leave Cresson i 10.45 A. II., or on departure 6f Thro' Accommodation West, j; 8.45 P- M-i or on departure cl Express East and Mail West. 'CaiTCnAT with Our Readers. y0t many-years ago, Ebensburg was a Jrry, Tosrificant village, whose name vs known scarcely an hundred miles 4y from home. Isolated And alone, it jeemed the true embodiment of the poet's exception where lie t peaks about a cre ttm of some sort or other as ''blushing acseen and wasting its fragrance on the desert. air." Although set upon a hill, it tag not known among jicn. In fact, .brough its remoteness from the busy lines of trade and travel, its light Was most ef iectullly obscured by a bush...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 11 February 1864

A Good Stoky. -During Robert Hel ler's late brilliant engagement in Pittsburg, the: fame anu excellence of his entertain ments attracted all classes of people the musical and refined, the, millionaire and merchant prince, the, mechanic and the artizan jin fact every class of society found its representatives within the theatre each night of his performance. - One evening a genuine specimen of the genus verdant, with his girl on his arm, presented himself at the box office and demanded, "What's the tax to the show?" . -"Fifty rent?," politely answered the ticket seller. t "Wei! I uess I won't hack out aoyiiow lierp'ji vonr tin." Receiving his tickets, greeny entered, dracginir the young lady by the hand. Thispeeuliarity, and the oddity of their " . t . I 1 J - 1 1 1 dress, soon made tnem me ODserveu oi an observers. Heller shortly alter commeneea his illusions, which were wondered at with eyes and mouth wide open by our rustic Ttair- he occasionally ejaculating in pretty lnnil tmips....

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 February 1864

it i I. - " TERMS PER n a war TO ;T0D IIIITCUIXSOW, Publisher . ' - - - i . , i i 2. .' '" " : i I t : : : - 1 '1 : SlL r'l Li f . , . . . " ' ' i 1 " p X - ; X ' 1 1 , ..'.''' '' ' ' I ' ' " m.iUnx irnnriiinr t xrnm n t s ttit7t ttt t t r- tt t ttt axj tt?p,sttip-vt Hrvv rnv . . . . VOLUME 5. TMKECTOR Y. ; 1 'I : i LIST OF POST OFFICES post Offices. gethel Station Cirolltown, : Chess Springs, fonemaugh, Wesson, Ebetisburg. fjUen Timber, GaUitz'm, jshnstown, -Loretto,' ITmeral Point, yunster, piattsvUle," Boseland, " :- St. Augustine, 5Clp Level, Soatnaa, Sua'merhill, Summit, Kilmore, Post Matters. Enoch Reese, Joseph Behe, Henry Nutter, A, Gr- Crooks, J. Houston, John Thompson, A sa II. Fiske J.M. Christy, . ffra Tile j, Jr., I.E. Chandler, M. Adles'oerger, E. Wissinger, A.. Durbin, Districts. .' Blacklick. Carroll. Chest. Taylor. Waahint'n. Ebensburg. White. Gallitzin. . Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Conem'gh. Mnnster. Andrew J Ferral, Susq'han. O. W. Bowman, White. Stan. Wharton, ...

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