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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 18 February 1864

.AUG ClJitXl&,XX RTGIIT OR WROXG, 'niiff'ltOBT, TO BK KEPT RIGHT, 'WH"WBOJ, TO B E PCT RIGHT. , EBEXSBVRG: TIIURSflAl :::::::::::::::FEBRUARY 18. FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. Borough Election ! The .Union citizens of Ebensbnrg borough Tre requested to meet at the Court-House to day, ( Wednetdav,) at 7 P. M.,to take steps to ward placing in nomination a ticket to be supported at the Municipal Election, to be Uld Friday, 91th inst. MANY. For President : Abraham Lin coln. Id accordance with what we conceive, to be the popular wish of the great loyal masse?, we have placed at our mast-head the name of that eminent statesman, incorruptible patriot, and clear-headed and whole-hearted man, Abraham Lincoln, as the People's nominee for the next Presi dency, and intend to advocate his rc-noin-, ination and re-election with whatever of ability we may possess. We honestly believe that, as a Washington was raised tip to be the instrument in the hands of a Divine Providence t...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 18 February 1864

Alio . g3DAY:::::::::::::::FEBltUARY 18. LOCAL AMD PERSONAL 1 t a- Ebemsbueq and Cresson Railroad. and after Monday, November 16, 1863, iaa an this road will ran as fallows : Lsave Ebensburg A At 720 -A. M., connecting with Balf. Ex press West and Thro'' Accom East. At connecting with Mail Train West and Thro Express East. fctAVE Cresson At 10.45 A. M., ..or on departure of Thro' Accommodatioa West. At 8.45 P. M., 'or on departure ol Express East and Mail West. Terrible Tragedy in Johnstown! .-Roman's Faithlessness the Cause of It! An Injured Husband Shoots bis Wife's Seducer I Astounding Revelations ! We are indebted to ouf Johnstown correspondent for the following reliable particulars concerning the Moore-Marbourg tragedy, which has created such wide-spread excitement thro' out the State : " 'A most terrible tragedy was enacted in this place on Friday morning, 12th inst, involving the death of ODe of our most prominent citizens. A criminal intimacy had for some time, past been kno...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 18 February 1864

A. Budget or Blunders. We have all heard of Sir Boyle Roche's blunders. Dick ons gives us an account of some of those which happily are preserved. In one of his ppeeches he said : "Sir, T would give up iialf nay, the whole ot the Constitu tion to preserve the remainder." Thi3, however, was parliamentary Hearing that Admiral Howe was in quest of the French, he remarked, somewhat pleasantly, that the 'Admiral' would "sweep the French floet off the face of the earth." By-and-by came dangerous times of disaffection, and honest men's lives were insecure. Sir Boyle writes from the country to a friend in the capital this discouraging view of his position : "You may. judge," he says, "of our state, when I lell you that I write this with a sword in one hand and a pistol in the other." On another occasion, when the famous letters to the "Public Advertiser were attracting universal attention, Sir Boyle was heard to complain bitterly ofthe at tacks "of a certain anonymous writer called Junius."...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 25 February 1864

II II II Bi ll II . . U S . -y II l II II U 1 S I I 9 A. A. BARKER, Editor and Proprietor. .TODD IIUTCIIiafSON, Publisher. I WOtJLD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hbsbt Cut. TERMS- IER AIVIVUM. i ii - III II Hi ll 31 II SI I till V HI VOLUME 5. THE ART OF MONEY" GETTING. fiarnum's Advlce and Practical Suggestions to Persons Desi rous of Achieving Fortunes. The art of Money-Getting is a subject which must, to some extent, interest all taen. Au ; empty pocket is a most un wholesome possession,' and avowedly the "worst of crimes;" he, therefore, who is able to devise ways and means to suc cessfully counteract the malady is a great public benefactor. P. T. Barnum, the Prince of Shopmen, who latterly has turned lecturer, proves himself a public benefactor by letting fall the following wise and timely suggestions : MEANNESS NOT ALWAYS ASSOCIATED WITH WEALTH. Money is the key that opens all doors, the power that removes all obstacles, and that procures everything worth having in this worl...

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 February 1864

re; RIGHT OR WROG. VHSil BIGHT, TO B K KEPT BIGHT, WHKN WROXO, TO BE PCT RIGHT. EOEXSHURCJ: THURSDAY :::::::::::::::FEBRtJARY 25. FOB PBES1DEST : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. Rebel Debates. There was a debate in the Richmond Congres?, January 80th, ou the means of etrengthening their army, and on the employment of negroes in the military eervice. During the course of the debate, the rebel legislators talked very much as the rebel press has been printing for six "weeks past despondently of their general condition. Now ani then a fact leaked out. 3Ir. Smith, of North Carolina, eaid there was less than 200,000 men in the rebel armies, and that even those could not be fed. Outside of the army the . tuffering is extreme. "Private appeals were daily coming to the Members of Congress from soldiers in the army, ppeak ing of the suffering at home; how many of their families are wanting the necessa ries of life, when they are unable to Eend them any part of their scant pay." Why unable ? Is ...

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 February 1864

LOC&LAH d"pERS0 HAL EBENSBURQ AND CRESSON RAILROAD. 0a and after Monday, November 16, 1803, trains oa this road will run as follows : JiEAVE EnENSBURQ jit 7.20 A. M., connecting with Bait. Ex press West and Thro' Acrom East. At 7.15 P. M.f connecting with Mail Train West and Thro' Express East. IitAYE CRESSON At 10.45 A. M., or on departure of Thro' Accommodation West. At 3.45 P. M., or on departure ol Express East and Mail West. Chit-Ciiat with Our Readers. It has been aptly remarked that a thousand gool things" may find their way in CD the columns of a newspaper, and the editor receive no especial erects inereiur , uui mst nllnw Romethinii that is not good to be printed an article or paragraph which some subscriber, in the plenitude of his wis dom, may imagine to be false, scandalous, or unfit, to be read by himself or family, and then isn't there a sensation engen dered ! The poor editor looks in vain for words of encouragement so long as he pleases everybody, but for real or...

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 February 1864

John II. Jones, Dec'd. coniicsicATED.J Our. Lcloved Irieod and brother, John IIX Jones, deo'd., was too well known in .our midst to need; any introduction,, or aoy apology for commending a Christian life BO interesting endearing, and so va- negated.. . .. . -(--He wa3born. in Cambria township, Cambria county, August 1G, 183G, and 1 was the son of Mr. Dauiel Jones asd Mrs. . Margaret Jones, (now Mrs. Williams.) lie was received a member of the Con gtegational Church of Ebensburg in 1848, : when he waa eleven 'years -of age. In September, 1853, he entered Jefferson College, Canonsburg, where for two jears " be continued studying assiduously. In . the fall of 1858, he went to Oberliu Col lege, Ohio, in which connection he con tinued until his death, except during that noted interval, in September, 18G2, when Cincinnati was threatened by the rebels, when he enlisted in the C. V. M. After ; his company had been disbanded, ho still ' felt a desire to do something for his country, and enga...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 3 March 1864

JU i I I ' " . . . ' if f N l. 4. n iRHER, Editor and Proprietor. j.TODD IIUTCIIIWSON, Publisher. I WQULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hekey Clat. TERMS- PER ANNUM. IS1.50 MN ADVANCE. VOLUME 5. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1864. NUMBER 23. i i i : I' THE ART OF RIQNEY-GETTING. jiarnum's Advice and Practical Suggestions to Persons Desi rous of Achieving Fortunes. THE DANGER OF SUDDEN GOOD FORTUNE. Men 6hould not engage in a business that they don't understand. You will find in every city men who have made fortunes suddenly and rapidly, and you will find many of those bankrupt. The reason is, when they got rich they were patted on the back, and told that they could not touch anything but that it turned to gold, lie had been induced to venture all that he had to make another fortune in a busi ness of which ho- knew nothing, and the consequence was he lost it all. In such a business he becomes like Samson shorn of his locks like other men. He fritters away his fortune, because ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 3 March 1864

11 f f 5 J j ,4 UIGIIT OR WROXC. WHEN BIGHT, TO B K KEPT B I G II T, WHEN WRONG, TO BE PUT RIGHT. -EBI2XSDURG: THURSPAY::::::::::::::::::::::::?IARCI3. FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. " WEiIcIi IVar or I'cacc ? The Dcm. & Sent, still continues its maniacal ravings against the Administra tion. It seeni3 to view every tiling through colored glasses, and to adopt the sentiment "What good thing can come out of Naza reth ?" Its fiery indignation bursts forth in a red-hot flame in a recent article with the caption "Why the Abolitionists don't want the war to stop." One would think in perusing this article, and others in the same paper, he was reading some blatant rebel sheet "away down South in Dixis." We can see no difference in the sentiments and the revengeful way it belabors the Government and the war. The article in question deals, as usual, in hard names and false allegations. The first one made is that the "Abolitionists are growing rich in affluence on the blood of...

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

UuRSDAY::::-:::::::::::.:::::::3I AltCU 3. LOCAL AND PEBSONAL Ebensburo and Cbesson Railuoad. Oq and after Monday, November 16, 1863, t-ains on this road will run as follows : Leave IJbensburg At 7.20 A. K., connecting with Bait. Ex press West and Thro' Acrom East. At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Mail Train West and Thro' Express East. Leave Cresson At 10.45 A. M., or on departure of Thro' Afcnmmnilfltinii Wpst. At 8.45 P. M., or on departure of Express East and Mail West. CniT-CnAT with Our Readers. During the past week, we have been en joying weather of almost every imaginable size, shape and complexion. "Wc have taJ snow, suggestive of Edgar A. Poe and of two in a bed o' nights ; we have hi rairi, suggestive of rafts gliding to market adown the Susquehan', of leaky roofs, and of umbrellas; we have had shine of both the sun and moon persua sion suggestive of chip hats, copperheads coming out of their holes, lemonade, trout hing, maple sugar, and of partnership walk3 out the plank 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. — 3 March 1864

Q33PS 2 EKTDS. A "Washington correspondent gives the following as Mr. .Lincoln s last : "Jh oninion as to who will be the nex President," said Mr. Lincoln not many days ago, "is very much like tne opinion that Fat had about tne nanasome xunerai You see, Pat was standing opposite th Rffit Tlmwp in Srjrin "field, with a short his mDuth and his hands deeply buried in his empty breeches pockets. - "Pat. whose funeral is that passing? inquired Old Jake Miller, who seemed impressed with tne uenei mat an insu man nfust know everything. "Plaize yer honor," replied Pat remo ving his pipe for a moment, "it isn't my self can say for sartin ; but to the best o my belief, the funeral belongs to th: gentleman or laJy that's iu the coffin. "Now. it is very much the same," con tinued Mr. Lincoln, "about the next - M Presidency. I can t say tor certain who will be the people's choice ; but to the best o my belief it will be tne succcssiu candidate." The question often recurs, "How p hall we send let...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 March 1864

JUL 4 so- a niniiKil, Alitor and Proprietor. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGIIT THAN PRESIDENT. Deary Ci.at. 0'tSl.50 IX ADVANCE J , Hi' " - ' fl( .V "If it :Ifif 5sif M f ME V -jyilEUTOKY fjST OF POST OS rw Otices. Post Masters. ICES. J)isincts. Blacklick. Carroll. Chest. Taylor. "VTashint'n. Ebensburg. "White. Gallitzin. Wa3ht'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Conem'gb. Bethel Station Carolltown, Chess Springs, Conemaugb, Cresson, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, Gallitzin, genilock, Johnstown, Lnretto, Mineral Point, Munster, piattsville, Koseland, St. Augustine, Scalp Level, Sonnian, Summerbill, summit, Wiluiore, Enocn K"ese, Joseph Behe, Henry Nutter, A. G. Crooks, J. Houston, John Thompson, jsa H. Fislce J. M. Christy, Wm Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandlert II. Adlesberger, E. Wissinger, A Durbin. Mnnster. Andrew J Ferral, Snsq'ban. G. W. Bowman, u hue. StnnrTVharton, Clearfield. Georpe Berkey, Richland. B. M'Colgan, Washt'n. B. F. Slick, Croyle. "William M'Conncll Washt'n. Morris Keil, S'ineiaill. CfirUCKEg, MO...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 March 1864

t vi-SVrv OP -'w5,: tllGSST OR WROXG. -W HIS RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, THEN WRONG, TO BE PCT RIGHT. THUIISDAY::::::::::::::::::::::M AIICII 10. FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois Wlio Caused XUg War 1 4 Our secession friend up-strcei hag wa ded through many columns of filth and mire in the attempt to prove that the "Abolitionists" were the sole causa of the war. In this attempt, however, he has only pucceeded in proving himself abso lutely incapable of the task undertaken. The "Abolitionists" the cause of the war, indeed ! when every sane person very Well kDOwa that slavery, and the fostering .care bestowed upon it by the Democratic party, caused the war. The sole sin the "Abolitionists" have ever been gailty of was the sin of electing a President of their own choice. In his ejection, no violence .was done to the laws of tho land. Mr. -Lincoln va3 constitutionally chosen, and his election, too, was precisely what the .'conspirators of the South desired. They sought that opp...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 March 1864

T"flURSPAY:::::::::::::::::.:::::MAIlCH 10. LOCArAND PERSONAL Ebexsburq and Cresson Railroad. and after Monday, November 16, 1863, m3 3fl this road -will run as follows : Leave Ebensburg A 7.20 A. M., connecting with Bait. Ex.- " press West and Thro' Acrom. East, it 7.15 P. 21., connecting with Mail Train "West and Thro' Expres3 East. LEAVE CRESSON At 10.45 A. 21., or on departure of Thro' Accommodation West. XI g.45 P. M., or on departure Ox Express East and Mail West. . Tee ITour The Duty. Now that Congres9 has extended the time for the pijnient of bounties to volunteers, would it not be the part of wisdom in Cambria county to mako an effort to fill her quota under the President's call for five hundred thousand men ? Volunteering seems to be going on rapidly all over the State excepting here. The indications are that, then a draft does occur, Cambria alone, of the four counties composing this Con gressional district, will be drafted. This trill be a pretty eminence, indeed, ior th...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 March 1864

" Attention Gentlemen. Fanny Fern thus speaks of etiquette at a table. " We commend it to the careful consideration of the entire eating community. Every word of it is true : "When I see a man at tlfc tabla U3e his kDife in taking butter from the dish, I always set him down as a 'lumpkin.' I have frequently been at watering places where a tew unsophisticated young men have been stopping, and when I have seen them take their own table knives to pro cure butter in preference to the one sup plied for the entire table, I always feel like saying right out loud, 'Young man, where's your manners V Just imagine a person eating blakbprry jam or beets with his knife, putting them into his mouth with it, and then before the faces of the entire company using the same knife in the butter from which others must take their supply. Ugh ! horrors; it makes me sick to think of it ! Then, alter he has taken his knife away, just nee him leave a great red or black streak or the butter. It makes me shudd...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 March 1864

... i X. 4. DARKER, Editor and Proprietor. j.TODD IIUTCHIXSOX, Publisher.; I "WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hexut Clat. TERMS-2'00 PER IS1.50 IX ADVAXCE. :Srw? 1 ; --i ft ill : ? 1 I : t I VOLUME 5. rRenorted especially for The Allcghanian. A SECOND SICKLES TRAGEDY OT-ani r iviconh Hoorc for tlic A i iai va. Murder of Jordan Marbourg, nt jnimslouu, February. 13tli, lSGi. 7 ific Court of Oyer and Terminer for Cambria March Term. 1864. Hon. Geo. Tay lor. President Judge; II. C. Devine and. G. IF. Easly, Associate juajes. A few weeks since, we gave the partic ulars of the killing of Jordan Marbourg, a prominent citizen of . Johnstown, by Joseph Moore, Auctioneer, of the same place. The provocation was the alleged intimacy existing between the former and the wife of the latter. Tbe case came before the Grand Jury of. this county on the afternoon of the 7th inst., who, after an absence of a few hours, returned a pre snnfmrnt of willful murder " asrainst the defendant. '.' THE COU...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 March 1864

house several times. "When father would go into the storo and huy anything, h would not Kant to charge him for it; he gave father clothes, and a great many things. I was to get $12 per month, and board and sleep at home; afterwards, when 1 went to the store, Alexander Marbourer, hia partner, said I could not board at home ; Jordan then paid I should board at Alexander's, slep in the store, and get 88 per month. Croes examined. Father is charged irith an account in their store. This witness was on the stand about one hour, and underwent a close examination. . S. M. Cornell, sworn : Am a brother-in-law of prisoner; was acquainted with Marbourg ; met him at house of prisoner on one occasion. John Keller, sworn : Ilare bren a clerk in Marbourg'? store for about a year; knew the prisoucr ; he and my employer appeared to be very sociable together; the prisoner was in the store often. Cross examined : My employer was nat urally very sociable. William Orr was next sworn, but noth ing import...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 March 1864

. n() justification, human or divine, for V cfinie of imbruing one's hands in the . J (j ef a Tellow man, adducing copious ttracts From eaired writ and human law 1 support of his position. On the subject 5 insanity, he thought the demeanor of Ja prisoner durinjr the week ending with the a uPn wcn lltf deed was done fould warrant no such belief as that he not then, as he is now, of firm and jjdato mind. Mr. K 6poke exactly throe Court adjourned at 6.30 o'clock. MNTH DAY THURSDAY. Court met at 9 o'clock, when his Honor Judge Taylor proceeded to deliver his charge to the jury. Is was as follows : Jo3eph Moore, the prisoner at the bar, is charged io the indictment which you have been sworn to try, with the murder of Jor- jja Marbourg. The cse requires of this court, and of you, gentlemen of the jury, the discharge 01 tue most solemn ana responsioie iiij ever ca3t upon a court and jury. The life of this unfortunate prisoner, on the one Isad, and, on the other, the maintenance of the law ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 March 1864

educational Department. f All communications intended for- this . column " should be addressed to "The Alltghanian." : . v New York versus Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania compares - well witH: our eister States ia school affair?. . .Ye incline to the-opinion that the school system of our State is. in advance of that-. of"; New York. The whole number of pupils at tending school in the Empire State dur ing the last school year was 8SS,115 - while in Pennsylvania it was 703,453. - I he uumber ot teachers in the iormer is 15.703, and in the latter 1G,722. The number of schools in our own State is 12.337. and in New York ll,7o3. The amount spent in the latter for, building. rcpanner, &c, was 'JuriDg the year now past 0429,508, and in Pennsylvania $452, 42G. , As regards district libraries, we fall behind. Our neighboring State has 1,172,404 volumes The district library system has never flourished with us. We it Lave three Normal schools in successful operation, while New York has none. We...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 March 1864

UL Vj ' Iff' ! "If' ' Vffffl I M i. mm WW. r i U I, A. BARKER, Editor and Proprietor. j.TODD IIHTCIIINSON Publisher. I WOULD BATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hkxrt Ca. 1 $1.50 I ADVAXCE. TOLTJME 5. Home from the War. '"There'll be a bitin' black frost on the tills to-night, I tell ye 1" said Moses At tsrly, as be threw an armful of oak logs, kinged with silver gray-moss, upon the tone hearth, and rubbed his hands cheer ily before .the red, roaring blaze that tncircled the rude iron fire-dog in drifts of ruby sparks. He was a tall wiry-looking old man, with mild hazel eyes, and a skin well nigh as brown as the basket of butternuts that stood in the corner a man whom you miirht easily fancy to have grown up among thoss rock-bound, wind-swept wildernessej, as the giant pines on the Eteep cliffs above had grown-: stalwart, (tardy, and true to the very heart's core. The room was very plain, with no cur tains at the narrow-paned windows, and no carpet ave the old zigSag veins in the hickor...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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