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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 26 January 1860

If' BOLSIXCER & IIUTCUIXSOX, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hesby Clay. 1'VIIL.ISIIERS fife L i f in H lur f II W & I JJ II V UL. L ALLEGHANIAN" DIRECTORY. LIST OF I"OST OFFICES. JW Offices. Post Matter. Districtt. Benn's Creek, Joseph Graham, Yoder. Kethel Station, Joseph S Mardis, Blacklick. Carrolltown, Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. l'hes Springs, Danl. Litzinger, Chest. Creison, John J. Troxell, AVashint'n. Kbenshurg. M. C. M Cague, Ebensburg. Falleu Timber, Isaac Thompson, White. Callitzin, J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. AJlen Counell, Joseph Gill, Chest. Hemlock, Win. M'Gough, Washt'n. Johnstown, H. A. Boggs, Johnst'wn. Loretto. Wm. Gwinn, Loretto. Mineral Point, E. Wissinger, Conem'gh. Mun'ter, A. Durbin, Munster. Pershing, Francis Clement, Conem'gh. Plattsville, Andrew J. Ferra! Snsq'han. Koseland, G. W. Bowman, White. St. Augustine, Joseph Mover, Clearfield. Scalp Level, George Conrad, Richland. Sotiman, 15. M Colgau, Washt'n. Summi rhill, Wra. Murray, Croyle. Summ...

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 January 1860

3 t 4 'ATI egliaiilan. I23GEIT OK W KCSG. WHt.N RIGHT, TO BK KEPT RIOHT, WHEX WBOXtJ, TO BK PUT RIGHT. TH UBS DAY:::::::::::: JANUARY 20. liovougli Olticei-s. Tlie members of the People's party, of Ebensburg, are requested to meet at the Court House, on Monday evening next, at the ringing of the bell, to nominate candidates for the various borough offices to be filled at the coming Spring election. MANY. Duelling' Defended. The Southern Confederacy, published at Atlanta, Georgia, puts forth an argument in favor of the practice of duelling. It is such ft curiosity that we hasten to lay it before our readers. It is, bevond doubt, the able. defence of the bloody code by which bullies and blaekguaads settle their disputes that we have ever read : "We do not regard it as any great ionorto fight a duel, send or accept a challenge, sim piy for the notoriety in the matter, we do look upon any man as disgraced who refuses to send or execy a challenge after he has placed himself in a position...

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 January 1860

io Allesliaiilan. rRSDAYT: :JANUAU1' 2t. LOCAL AND PERSONAL fUERMOMETRICAI. OBSERVATIONS. l V T T C5 T 'repared wee.iy, uy Ar. av. o. xj hull. FOR WEEK ENDING JAN. 16. 7 A. M. 12 M. 6 P. M. AV'QE. t 3 30 a 3G a 23 a 31J a ' u is 22 " 30 " 26 " 26 " 19' 18 " 24 " 20 " 20s " a oO. 30 " 48 " 30 " 36 " i. 21. 42 " 56 " 46 " 48 " i. 22 32 " 463 " 330 " 37 " u 2X 25 " 40 " 32 " 32J " average Temperature for the week 33. Missionary Meetino. On "WeJnes xy of last week, quite a large and ap- eciative audience assembled in the Pres .terian church of this place, for the urpose of holding a farewell meeting u the occasion of the departure of the ?ev. R. J. Evans and his youthful bride, f.r their adopted home on the coast of the Peaceful Ocean." After the usual in- SroJuctory services, Mr. Evans delivered a a most impressive and eloquent man Ver, a sermon based upon the last two "rerses 01 me last cuapier 01 ci. jim- . "fin ve therefore and teach all atious," ic. To give even an imperfect ketch ...

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 January 1860

JL FORTHE FARMER. How to IZurn Coal. Nina out of ten who attempt to burn coal in a stove, waste about as much coal as is necessary to be consumed lor the ob taining of all the heat desirable. Observe the following rules. We will suppose the stove cleaned out. First, To make a coal fire : Put in a double handful of shavings, or l'ylit kin-ling-wood instead. Fill the earthen cavi ty (if the stove has one) nearly full of chunks of dry wood, say four or six inch es in length. On the tup put a. dozen lumps of egg coal. Light with a paper from beneath. In ten minutes add about twenty lumps more of coal. As soon as the wood has burnt out, Sll the cavity half or two-thirds full of coal. The fire will be a jxtd one. The coal will, by following these directions, become thoroughly ig nited. Second, Never fill a stove more than half or two-thirds full of coal, even in the coldest weather. Third, When the fire is low, never shake the grate or disturb the ashes, but add from ten to fifteen small ...

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 February 1860

i r - if vv: 5 ! v; : BOLSI.GER &, IICTCniXSOX, I WOULD RATIIER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. IIenry Clat. 1'iuusucns. flu!. YOL. 1. ALLEGHANIAN" DIRECTORY. LIST OF IOST OFFICES. Post Ojfices. Post Matters. Districts. Benns Creek, Joseph Graham, Yoder. Bethel Station, Joseph S Mardis, Blacklick. Carrolltown, Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Vhess Spring?, Danl. Litzinger, Chest. C'resson, John J. Troxell, Washint'n. Ebensburg. M. U. M'Cague, Ebensburg. i'allen Timber, Isaac Thompson, White. Gallitzin, J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. tilen Council, Joseph Gill, Chc9t. Hemlock, Win. M'Gough, Washt'n. Johnstown, H. A. Boggs, Johnst'wn. Lorctto, Wm. Gwinn, Loretto. Mineral Point, E. Wissinger, Conem'gh. M inster, A. Durbin, Muneter. Pershing, Francis Clement, Conem'gh. I'latHville, Andrew J. Ferra! Susqhan. Rowland, G. Bowman, White. 'St. Augustine, Joseph Moyer, Clearfield. Scalp Level, George Conrad, Richland. Soum.in, B. M'Colgan, Washt'n. Sum!nrhill, Wm. Murray, Croyle. Summit, 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. — 2 February 1860

JUL IV r 4M nOLSIGER & IIUTCniXSOX, I WOULD RATIIER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clat. I'IBUSnERS. II I II I - II f! (Ifirl 4? 4) Ml w w YOL. 1. ALLEGHANIAN" DIRECTORY. LIST OF IOST OFFICES. Post Ojfices. Post Matters. Districts. Bean's Creek, Joseph Graham, Yoder. Bethel Station, Joseph S Mardis, Blacklick. Ciirrolltown, Benjamin Wirtner, Carroll. Vhess Spring?, Danl. Litzinger, Chest. Crcsson, John J. Troxell, "Washint'n. Ebensburg. M. C M'Cague, Ebensburg. r'allen Timber, Isaac Thompson, White. Gallitzin, J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Olen Cumuli, Joseph Gill, Chest. Hemlock, Win. M'Gough, Washt'n. Johnstown, H. A. Boggs, Johnst'wn. Loretto. Wm. Gwinn, Loretto. Mineral Point, E. Wissinger, Conem'gh. M'n?ter, A. Durbin, Muncter. Pershing, Francis Clement, Conem'gh. lMiittsville, Andrew J. Ferral Susq'han. Rou-land, (i. . Bowman, White. St. Augustine, Joseph Moyer, Clearfield. So.ilp Level, George Conrad, Richland. Soum.in, B. M Colgan, Washt'n. Summerhill, Wm. Murray, Croyle. Su...

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 February 1860

An o slmnian . RIGHT Oil VIIOXG. WREN RIGHT, TO BE Kk.PT U10HT, -WHEN WRONG, TO RE PCT RIGHT. THURSDAY:::::::::::::: ::FEP11UAIIY 2. r.oco-l"ocoisui aud irotectlou. "We had supposed the day passed when the Loco-Foco party of Pennsylvania would claim to be in favor of a Tariff for Protection. The history of that party shows conclusively, on its part, a contin ued opposition to any measure having for its object protection to American Indus try. Not only are its leaders bold cham pions of Free Trade, but the votes and in fluence of the whole party have, as a gen eral thing, been thrown in favor of meas ures approximating to that ruinous policy. It is true that, in Pennsylvania, they have often claimed to be better Tariff men than the Opposition. But when did they proTe themselves Euch ? When at times the people of our State have spoken in thunder tones, demanding Protection, the members of the Loco-Foco party were al ways willing to proclaim themselves Tar iff men, and to promise suppo...

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 February 1860

JCUSDAY::::::::::::::::::FEBItUAKY 2. r LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tit ritMOM ETHICAL OBSERVATIONS 3eparcJ weekly, by Dr. R. S. Bunn. I TOR WEEK ENDING JAN 30. A- M. 30 a 40 " 25 " 15 " 20 " 16 " 40 " EJ M. U P. M 1 ' jl 24. AVOE. 42 a 31 44 25 44 31 44 24J 44 22 44 41 44 56 a 40 a ' 23. 27. 1. 23. 50 " 23 44 25 44 25 44 20 44 50 44 33 44 22 44 22 44 28 44 30 44 33 44 9. 30. Leverage Temperature for the week 31. The County Printing. The present arJ of Commissioners seem to have in- -tit and control of the finances of our little Mountain County. They manifest a iieruiination to pay off old scores ; to put jbi end to compound interest ; and in short, 4 settle up generally and get the county tt of debt. They have dispensed with e services of such officials as they deeni el uncalled for; they have reduced the aipensation of others to the lowest pos- rfble standard; and they have done many ther things too numerous to mention ; gl to curtail expenses ; all to get the Oiunty out of debt. For all t...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 2 February 1860

tf 1 i 4 FORTHEFARMER. Interesting Facts for Farmers. We take frora a long article by a Cor respondent in the New England Farmer, the following extract, which wo are sure will bo perused with interest by our ag ricultural readers : Every practical, observing tiller of the Boil well understands that no ruano, supcr- phospate or other nitrogenous or highly niureimai 1:1 uiuiuj, van itswrc lo Hie foil the lost carbon, which has supplied a Buccession of crops, with the essential ma terials which enter into the fourteen ele inents oi grain, htiit and grass, lhotrue principle of agricultural scierice introduces another system, natural, plain and alto gether dissimilar. The forest must give up her stores of carbon, (and she manu factures a large surplus annually,) so nicely elaborated by nature s laws as tolls fts ammonia, and yet fitted for a powerful absorbent of lifiuid manures, with pjwer to . resist decomposition until brought in contact with the roots of plants. The swamps must yield...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 9 February 1860

f i aII'IS i,l i ,IJl 1 1, Sri, 1 ti, . i ' BaLSIXGKU & IIUTCIIIXSOX, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hexuy Clay. 1'irni.isiiEits. VOL. 1. JLLEGHANIAN" DIRECTORY. j LIST OF POST OFFICES. J I'ut O'ii ' Post Matters. Districts. J un's I'n-i'k, :iul suiuii, fc.rro'.ltown, GI.'.'ss Si-rings, JC ti,!;'.irg. Jos-cpu liruham, Yoder. Josephs Murdis, Ulacklick. lienj.unin Wirtner, Carroll. D ull. Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, "U'ashinfn. M. C M'Caue, Ebensburu- B.IK'ii Timber, Isaac Thompson, 'White. 0:Hit.in, J. M. Christ- Gallitzia. rtl.n I Vmiicll .ToiPIll dill ii Council, Chest. Washt'n. Johnst vn. Loretto. Conem'gh. H' -mloi-k, Wirt. M'Gough, Jfc:mtovn, li rctto. II. A. Hoggs, m. Gwiim, 3irier.il Point, E. Wisshiger, mister, A. Durbin Munster. Tilling, Francis Clement, Conem'gh. Ht-iViilC, Andrew J. r erra! Susq'han ..-oI tii'l, u. u . Uowtnan AVhite. Au'iutine, Joseph Mover, Clearfield. Richland. Washt'n. Crovle. uii Level, George CouraJ, S':nu;i:i, fl(l.!U!lHThill, J....

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 February 1860

RIGHT ili VRO.. WIIBS RIGHT, TO It E KEPT RIGHT, WHEN WI10XO, TO Bfe. ITT BlliHT. TIIURSDAY:::::::::::::::::FEBltUAKY 0. Tlie Conslilutlou aud Tcirlto i Its. According to James Buchanan, the Constitution protects Slavery in tlie Terri tories, as well as in the States, and Sla very exists hy virtue of the Constitution as much in Kansas as in .South Carolina. This may be said to be the dying kick of John C. Calhoun at the North. Such an interpretation was never heard of until near the close of Polk's administration, and the South now are unwilling to risk it. Senator Drown, of Mississippi, in his speech upon that part of the President's Message, says : "Slavery can only be main tained by legislation." The Loeo-Foco party change their opin ions aud platforms so often, that we would not be surprised to find them ere long at tempting to stand upon ours. They now have three distinct parties upon the ques tion of slavery in the Territories. Bu chanan presents the Calhoun doctrine of Slaver...

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 February 1860

fnaRSDAY::::::::::::::::::FKBHUAKY 9. LOCAL AMD PERSONAL TrlEXMOMETRICAL OBSERVATIONS. Prepared weckhy, by Dr. It. S. Bunu. FOK WEEK ENDING FEB. C. AY'UE. 18J a 40 u C30 8 " 23 " 21 " 4U " Average Temperature for the week 17. UicKwnEAT Flippers. A good joke is told of a certain residenter of this place regarding that delicious compound known as buckwheat cake. Johuny (we'll call him) is possessed of a very good "take in" in fact can eat auont as much as the next one and is particularly fond of this cake. Well, not long fcince, in order to reduce to a dead certainty the number he could dispose of at one sitting, some wags agreed to couut. They took their places at the table, and for each cake that Johu ny appropriated, would lift the cloth and make a mark. Things proceeded, swim mingly fur a while, Johnny making sad havoc among the flippers, until at last teeing the drift, he took a sudden depar ture. Ou summing up, it was ascertained that twenty-seven by no means small or delicate r...

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 February 1860

1 i . 5 1 Love A licture. nave you seen the water lily Sleeping on its peaceful bed, AVhen the blushing waters trembled "With the evening's tint of red; Marked it resting in its beauty. While the golden tinge of night Bent a flood of glowing glory To its mock and stainless white? Then you've seen the tints of beauty That were netting o'er her check, When she bent her timid love-lock On me with expression meek. A Douule Elopement. A well-to-do farmer from Columbia county went to New York not lung since, to reclaim a daughter wlio had run away from his tloinic-il with a young husband, whose throat the affectionate Kl goiideiii.in had threatened to cut from car to car. It soein-5 that the mother the widowed mother of this i'ugaeious soa-indaw was a youthful sweetheart of the s.id old gen tleman, ami jilted him in a jciiiiaily cruel manner. Hence his hatred of her .son, ami his wrath when he found that his only daughter, whose dying mother had couti- led her to his tender care, had marr...

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 February 1860

SL Hf iff H34 Mrfe il& U& 1&J 41 , p fcj mkl, i I Br 1 1 I I ra 'ini 1 . M WW wm m m. j&s&a m m hlv m. urn mm, m m. m m, n, x, ,w ivir ; v. j T;1! siKTCIIX.VSO.V, Publisher. YOL. I. "SLLEGHANIAfT DIRECTORY. ( Post Matter. District:. , tr ..-k. Joseph Graham, Yodi r. . s-atluti, Joseph iS Mardis, Llaeklick. I'.cnjain'u YYirtner, Carroll. w..ih;i-s. I'aal. Lit.inger, Chest. " ' Jehu J. Troxell, YVasbitit'n. M. C. M'Casue, Ebensburc "i'.iijcr. Isaac TUomnsou. Lot, ' J. M. Christy, i" vIiii'.U, Joseph Gill, .Via. M'G.ujjh, '. 'vn, 'a. A. Hoggs, Win. I w in u, White. Gallitzin. Chest. W.-.sht'n. Johriit'wu. Loretto. Conem'ch. M unster. Coiitm'gh. Susq'huu. White. Clearfield. Richland. W.uht'n. Croyle. Point, K. Wissi ngcr, A. Purbiu," Francis Clement, Anurt-.v J. Ferra! it. w. bowman, Jo Moyer, (.-cc-rge Conrad, ',. M't Ylran; Win. Murray, -..so-r M;ss M. Gillespie Yvuiht'n. Andrew Ifctk, S'ruruerhill. v.'r -j';: Us v. D. H arriscx, Pastor. Y.ig try Sabb.uh morning at...

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 February 1860

IlI;?aT Oft tt'RO.YG. WtIE.1 lilOMT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WHEN" WIloXC, TO BE PCT RIiiHT. THURSDAY":: :::::FE1JKUARY 1G. DISSOLUTION ok PAIVtNIJRSJ III. The partnership heretofore existing bfUveea the firm of liolsinger k. Hutchinson) ia the publication of The Alley haran, has this day been dissolve 1 by mutual consent. The ubscriptinn nud accounts due the tirm will be left with J. T. Ilutchiason, who is alone au thorized to collect the same. O. W. X. BOLSINGER, J. TODD HL'TCHIXbOX. Kbeusburg, February 10, IH'SO. The I)cat!t Iciialy. A few weeks since, iu the legislature of ?ew York,a bill was intreduced for a change in the law iu relation to capital offences. This bill provides that no person, convicted of a capital crime, shall be executed until the expiration of one year from the time of such conviction, and not then, unless the Governor shall issue his warrant direc ting such execution. Iu the meantime, the convict i-to be subjected tosolitary confine ment and hard labor until the ...

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 February 1860

TlIUllSDAY::::::::::::::::rEBllLTAltY 1G. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. XflERMOMETRICAI. OBSERVATIONS. Prepared weekly, by Dr. Ii. S. Bunn. FOR WEEK ENDING FEB. 13. 1 JL. M. 12 M. C P. M. AV'oE. 30 48 23 37 20 40 33 33 31 40 39 36 6 15 10 10$ 12 18 24 18$ 10 20 18 1G 32 44 3G 37 Feb. 8. ii 9. 10. II. 12. 13. vcrago temperature for the week, 26. y0TS. Those marked ths , are below 0, cr Zero. Le.u Year. "We notice that ladies in various portions of the country have al ready assumed the prerogative granted thcui by common consent, that, every f jUTth year, they shall be fully empowered to assume entire control in the line mat rimonial may "pay particular attention," gallant, court, and make Itivc generally, to whoever they may choose. In this age of hurry, and flurry, and bustle, when ev erybody is too busy trying to make a Jurtune to thiuk about marrying, what a refreshing season it will be to the males ! a ml the females, too, for that matter. Like all good thinjrs Ileidsick, fur in f tanee Le...

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 February 1860

;- i "JVSI isoo3.lr.ny. Weary of llia. Weary of I iff, yd feti 11 y to it cli.igar.j; ; Weary of life, yet weepi:p at its close : Dreading the hour that our la.-t is bri'tRa, Urging its coming fearing it.3 ia-;ose. Weary of life, yet b:!rTia;; it to t wvy ; Weary of Kf.-. yet tr ird.lin.: nt it; iil-w t ; P'-;ifrgc;-ir.0'':u'.i;l: burdens that wo eaar ol carry. Wv.iry of lift-, et drc.-.dii.ij riore. the iRe'Lt. Weary if life Ah Ihith'-r. in hhrh heaven, llridge o'er th e darhtff.-c.vith one ray of Pioht ; Weary of lift; ' di L-o-p lae at its even ; Uh eive me stars with mv untravclei :Kr!it ! Accri'TK.o Masons. At an h::i in a town in tae. wast of J h'hmd. several per sons were sitting around a lire in a 1 in-e kitchen, throtiuh !i:, h th-.-re was a pa.--Fture to other pari-; of tin: h ..ise.a.n I am--:,.: the company there was a Ltilor and a wo linn. In this inn th--re v.t a S.v' of Free an.l A. -1 Ma-, ens held, atih it bMna-1 ad-e uiht. several of the lumbers j '.i.'l tlirouu'h ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 23 February 1860

IP II K I I K w W M W I 1 ft w w if ft if f f l si 1 1 II: j.TODD UZJTCIIIIYSOX, Publislicr. VOL. 1. aiLEGHANSAN" DIRECTORY. LIST OF POST OFFICES. l'.jit )'.. jiciiii's Crock, i'..-t!iel Station, Post Misters. Districts. Joseph Graham, YoJer. Joseph .S Mardis, Rhicklick. Ih-.ijamin Wirtuer, Carroll. I Litzinger, Chest. John J. Troxell, AVashint'n. M. C. .MCaguc, Ebensburg. Isaac Thonntson. AVhiti. ('.!rn!!M'.vii, irn.-Nurcr. Full ".i Timber, li aia'.hi. r!.-:i (t-jillle-U, J jliusto'.vn, U rot ), Mineral lV.".t, Muiltr't'T. iVrshiug. i'! in-villo, :: - '. n '.. A-iru-aine, Ni!;i L-'V.d, :,..r!.::iJ s ; "ii a- J. M. Christv. Galliuin. - Joseph 2 111, Win. M'Gough, If. A. Hoggs, Win. Gwiun, K. Wissinger, A. Durbin, Ftv.iu-is Clement, An .In w J. Perra! G. W Iliiivman, Joseph Mover, George Conrad, I!. MCoIgan, Win. M'.irmv, M":-'s M. Gillespie Anlrew beck, Chest. "Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Conem'gh. Munstcr. Conem'gh. Su?i'h an. "White. Clearfield. Richland. Washfu. Crovle. "Washt'n...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 23 February 1860

i 4 1 1 ! USiiSST Oil wnoxc. WHEN- KIClir, TO HE KKPT UICMT, wuns wsosn, to r.K pi t incur. s:2sb:seii;iV. Til U IW lA Y:::::::r:::::"':a;Elin UA11 Y 2:?. DISSOLUTION ie 1 'A 1 ITN HUSH IP. The partnership heretofore existing between the firm of liolsincr i llute-liiasou. in the publication of Tut AUrghiinutn, has thi; tlay bfen dissolved by inuta:d consent. The fibsi-ripthm ami lU-cuunti due the firm will be left with J. T. Hutchinson, who is alone au thorized to collect the same. .:. v, x. noLS'ixr.i:::. J. TODD IirTCIilNiON. Eiiensbursr, February lo. liSUo. Just iX W2iS. Well, good friends I six months have rolled away since our first number made its appearance, and strange as it may ap pear to some The Aflcghanlan still lives. Yes, it still lives, moves and has its being. To ourselves, and to you, who have befriend ed the enterprise from its beginning, this fact is a source of profound satisfaction. It must, too, be peculiarly gratifying to those considerate individuals, v.-ho, ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 23 February 1860

l . V. ' n 8 .3 rgyXO All O Sl3-XXXfXX3L , j5555uAV::::::::::::::::F151JllUAUY 23. grLQCAL AND PERSONAL. " TllERMOMETRICAL OBSERVATION'S. prepared weekly, by Dr. R. S. Burm. FOR WEEK ENDING FEB. 20. 7 A.. 11. 12 M. C P. M. AV'GE. 35 33 32 33 32 32 32 32 15 23 10 1G 4 20 24 18 22 25 22 23 y 11 10 10 11 40 30 27 .i ID. f 10. i;. i. .. 19. i. "II A,rer.C temperature for the week, 23. jT: r-TliOi'.1 marked thus , are below 0, or Zero. L. I'. !? During tlie latter part of hist week, ami the beginning of the t.reseat. we have hud some real, okl-fash-ijneJ winter weather, blowing, snowing ilrifti":-', i a manner delightful to vlioM. "Wo nre not, indeed, particularly p-utial to cold weather, but we Jo like to f, e Winter hold its reign during the prop er season and not extending away into, xi ! Micro ring i", the lap of Spring. But tivukin ot uniting, we are reminded of :ia incident il.at occurred at this pla'ce du ring the winter el' 18..-G. wliicli it will be remembered was the occasion w...

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