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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 3 November 1864

r 3 M t i i 'is I 1) -ft hi 0DD3DiS eft? 233?inOS- X BgL-Tlie Democrats held a' meeting in the street, in TerreT Haute, -last Thursday, CYeDins." Mr. 'uMack and Col Cookerly addressed the company present, about half of whom were Democrats. At the close of Cookerlj's speech, many voices culled ior Washburne, the Republican candidate for Congress. Weshburne mounted the box', holaing in his hand a copy of a speech Of Dan Voorhecs, inside of winch h had pinned a certain letter ot Benedict Arnold. He said : ''Democrats, I-hoU in my hand a speech of Daniel Vcorhee?, will you hear me?" To this were answers cf -;vc3, yes." AVa'shburne read: "Who amongjou dnro speak or write what ho thinks against the tyranny which ha? robbed yea cf your property, imprisoned yon? socs, drags you to the field of battle, and i daily deluging your country with blood." '-Democrats, do you -cudcrse that?" said Wshbuvne. ."Yes, 'yes.- Head it all," shouted the Democrats. 'Rut' replied the speaker, "that is not the...

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 November 1864

A. 4. BARKER, Editor and Proprietor, j. TOOD IIUTCIIIIVSOX, l'ublislier. I WOULD RATIIER BE RIGHT TIIAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. I S1.SO IX ADVAXCL. VOLUME 6. TyRECTORY. LIST OF POST OFFICES. Post Officii. Carolltown, Ches3 Springs; Conemaugh, Cresson, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, Gallitzin, fiemlock, Johnstown, Loretto, Munster, Plattsville, Koseland, -St. Augustine, Sculp Level, Sontnan, Sumuierhill, Summit, TCilmore, I 'rut f Masters. Jjistricts. Joseph Bebe, Carroll. HenryNutter, Chest. A. O. Crooks, Taylor. J.Houston, -Washint'n. John Thompson, Eben3burg. Asa II. Fisko White. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin'. Wm Tiley, Jr., Wa3ht'n. I. E. Chandler, Johnst'wn. M. Adlesberger, Loretto. A. Durbin, Munster. Andrew J Ferral, Susq'han. G.W.Bowman, White. Stan. Wharton, Clearfield. George Berkey, Richland. B. M'Colgaa,. Washt'n. B. F. Slick, Croyle. William M'Connelt Washt'n. Morris Keil, S'merhill. CHI RCIIES, MINISTERS, &C. Presbyterian Rev. D. Harbison, Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath morn...

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 November 1864

S?ll.O A.lleg:llAlliail. THURSDAY::::::::::::NOVEMBER 10. VICTOR Y!I DID YOU HEAR ANYTHING DROP? IT WAS THE CUICACO PLATFORM 1 The Union Must De Preserved .The I'eople Have Said It! THE WAR NOT A FAILURE I XO "CESSATION 07 hostilities" 'WASTBD ! UEO. B TON MCLELLAN, THE WAR CANDIDATE OX A PEACE PLATFORM; REPUDIATED AND "PUSHED TO THE WALL!' tT.tm.-T ti mnv'T RESIfiX HIS MAJOIt- (iriiKBALSUir AiU C,VU A 1 1.. Ml 4 GEO. 3. PENDLETON. THE PEACE CAN- f 1 I 1 1 k . . T t TO A WAR MAN, LAID OUT DEAD AS A DOOR-NAIL I WHO WILL "KIS3 HIM FOB. 1119 MOTHER J' Copperucadisiu Annihilated ! ! REBELLION REBUKED I THE LAST HOPE OF TREASON" GONE I REJOICE ! REJOICE ! REJOICE I Go ring the bells, and fire the guns, And fling the Starry Banner out: Shout " Union I" till your lisping ones Give back the cradle-shout. The news received thus far leaves no doubt of the triumphant election of Abra ham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. In our own State, wo have gained very largely over our vote in October. Our maj...

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 November 1864

SSbSDAY ::::::::::::::NOVEMBERla LOCArAND"PErl$ONflL EBENSBURQ AND CRESSON KAILilOAD. 0a and after Monday October 31, 1864, trains on this toad will run as follows : Leave Ebensburg At 6.00 A. X., connecting with Pitts. & E. Tr Wpst and Fast Mail East. At 4.10 P. M., connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. East ana iian Train est. LSAVE CRESSON At 11.27 A. M.j or on departure of Ilarr icrnmmbdation East: At 8.40 P. M., or on departure of Mail Train west. Chit-Chat with Our Readers. Ia two weeks from to-day cornea Thanks giviDg Day. Thoso of our readets who have not heretofore seen them are referred to this outside for the proclamations of the President of the Nation and the Governor of the Commonwealth recommending due observance of the occasion. Each of thesa proclamations is of itself a most touching and beautiful tributo of praise and thanksgiving to the Most High, in that He hath prospered us and been good to us beyond measure the past year, and the people, one and all, ought to...

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 November 1864

t THURSDAY ;:::::::::.:.:NOVEMBER 17. 5CAL AND PERSONAL. Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad. .Oa and after Monday, October 31, 1864; tfalns on this road -will run as follows : Liave Ebensburq- At 6.00 A. M., connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. "West and Fast Mail East. At 4.10 P. M., connecting with Pitt3. & E. Ex. East and Mail Train West. LlAVE Cresson At 11.27 A. M., or on departure of Harr. Accommodation East. At 8.40 P. M., or on departure of Mail Train West. Chit-Chat with Ocr Readers. The election is now over, Abraham Lin coln lias been chosen President for another four-years term, and the country is saved ! Such being the case, -we will ha70 little cause, we think, to introduce politics into i these columns for some considerable time to come. We suppose our readers are not sorry for this : we are sure tee are not. Politics, generally speaking, is a subject of anything but pleasure to those'engaglng therein. On the contrary, what with its bickerings, and its strifes, and its ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 November 1864

i - . In the Pennsylvania Legislature, two years aar, there was a member named Charles Wilson, from one of the northern counties, who considered himself among the great oratois of the day, anu, when pretty well filled with "llarrisburg water," would get off -for the' edification of his colleagues some very rich illustrations. iSeinc somewhat interested in a bill before the lIou?e, he made what he considered one of his master speeches, during the delivery of which be used the illustration ot "Nero fiddling while Home was burn-ic"-' He had scarcely taken his eat v.-hen a member tapped him on the shoul der aiid said, "Say, Charlie, it wasn't Nero that 'fiddled,' it was Cavar. Ytfu should correct that before it goes on the record." In an instant he wa on his: feet, and ex claimed, "Mr. Speaker .Mr. Speaker I liiad'e' a mistake. It wasn't Nero that 'fiddled' while lloxc was burniusr; it was Julius Caesar." Happily for him, the ppeaker was so busily engaged that ho dia not hear him ;-but ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 November 1864

r 5 I1 jl I 111 i ii r rl I :2 hi In the Pennsylvania Legislature, tvo years ago, there was a member named Charles Wilson, from one of the northern counties, who considered -himself "among the great oratois of the day, and, when pretty well filled with "Harrisburg water,", would get off for tho' edification of his colleagues some very rich illustrations. Beins somewhat interested in a hill before the House, he made what he considered one of his master speeches, during the delivery of which he used the illustration oi "Nero fiddling while Home was burn ib." lie had scarcely taken his eat vrhen a member tapped him on the shoul der acd said, "Say, Ohar.He, it wasn't Nero that 'fiddled,' it was Car. You should correct that before it goes on the record." Iu an instant he was on his feet, and ex claimed, "Mr. Speaker Mr. Speaker I liiade a mistake. It wasn't Nero that 'fiddled' while loa.e was burniusr; it was Julius Csisar." lIarPllJ "cr him, . the breaker was so busily engaged that ho d...

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 November 1864

" ..'ft ii it j a A niBKEIl, Editor and Proprietor, j. TODD IIITTCIIIffSOiV, Publlsner. . I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henbt Clat. TERMS-2-0 PER ASUM. l$1.50 IX ADVANCE YOLTJME 6. TMRKCTORY. MST OF POST OFFICES. Post Offices. Tost Masters. Cafolltown, Joseph Bebe Carroll. Chess Springs, Hear, Natter, Ch t Conemaugh, wiat'u. Sensburg. Joba Tbomp.oB nsburg. v7in Timber. .AsaH. Fiske vvnite. r Jmuia J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Simlock' Tiley, Jr., - Washfn. Johnstown, I. E: Chandler,' Johnst'wn. T oretto M. Adlesberger, Loretto. Sinster A.Durbin, Munster. Pat "lie, Andrew J Ferr.1, So.qM.an. Roseland, G. W. Bowman, White. It Augn tine, Stan. Winrrton, Clearfield. I alp Level, George Berkey, Rjchland. vnnman B. M Colgan, Washtn. Ummerhill, B. F. Slick, C'coyle. ?!mmtt William M'Connell Washt'n. MorrisKeil, - S'merhill. CHURCHES, 311 SISTERS, &C. Presbyter ian Rev. D. Harbisox, Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath morning at 10 J a'clock, and in the evening at 6 o'clock. Sab , oa...

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 November 1864

ItlGESTOHlTROXC. WHBK fctUHT, TO. BE KEPT RIGHT, W II IK T B O X O, TO BE PUT SIO HT. TIIURSB.AY::::::::::::::NOVi:3IBER 17. The Election. The smoke of battle has cleared away, and we are now able to see distinctly what ia the result of the late election. In the Tiret place, it mav not be amits to say that Abraham Lincoln God bless him ! and Andrew Johnson, the champions of Union and Freedom, arc triumphantly elected President and Vice President, respective ly, of the United States, for a term of four years commencing the 4th of March next. They have a majority of nearly 400,000 on the popular vote, and a majority of 192 in the Electoral College. The fol lowing are the States which have gone Union, with their electoral vote, and the majority given by each : Elee. Vot Maine 1 Kew Hampshire 5 Vermont' 5 Massachusetts 12 Rhode Island . Connecticut 6 New York 33 Mafy. 25,000 6,000 28,000 70,000 5,000 8,000 5,000 80,000 10,000 20,000 70,000 23,000 20.000 15,000 15,000 25,000 5,000 15,000...

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 November 1864

r ft i y ' giDAY:::::;::::::::NOVEMBER 17. "T6cal andTersonal. - ' . EBENSBURa AND CRESSON RAILROAD. Oa nd after Monday, October 31, 1864, ilns on this road will run as follows : Lsave Ebensburq At 6.00 A. M., connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. West and Fast Mail East. At 4 10 P. M., connecting with Pitt3. & E. Ex. East and Mail Train West. Lsave Cresson At 11.27 A. M., or on departure of Harr. Accommodation East. , -.- At 8.40 P. M., or on departure of Mail Train West. Chit-Chat with Ocr Readers. The election is now over, Abraham Lin coln lias been chosen President for another four-years term, and the country is saved I Such being the case, we will ha7e little cause, we think, to introduce politics into these columns for some considerable time to come. We suppose our readers are not sorry for this : we are sure ice are not. Politics, generally speaking, is a subject of anything but pleasure to those'engaglng therein. On the contrary, what with its bickerings, and its strifes, ...

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 November 1864

C3 B. Baron Rothschild,- the wealthy financier, is paid t a possess thb largest col lectiou of letters soliciting donations, ever received bj-'anj single individual. Of course they are of all descriptions -modest, abject, brazeD, desponding, menacing and complimentary. It is Dot often, there fore, that ho gets anything original in. the begging' line, but occasionally he does. The other day, for instance, he is said to have received one containing the very tempting proposition, that lor the bagatelle of 50,000 francs, the writer would engage to show how the Barou could prolong his life to the age of 150 years. The follow ing is the Duron's reply : '-Sir It has frequently happened to me to be threaten ed with death if I ell J not give a sum of money. You are ceiiainly the first that Las ever asked it of me in proposing to prolongs my life. Your proposition is withoutdoubt Jar belter aua more uuuiane. But my religion teaches me that wc are all under the hand of God, and I will not do a...

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 November 1864

JUL - rt r' ; ) A. a. BAnKTEtt,'IidltJi and Proprietor.: j.TODD IltJTCIIINSON, Publisher., . v : l ( , s. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hkhby Ciat.' A - aaSI.50 IV ADVANCE imsMMm ? IMS 1M 11 til - It II II J A YOLtTME 6. "pvIRECTORY. JLIST OF POST OFFICES. F o.t Office,. Post Masters. Carolltown, Joseph Behe, Cjnoll. Chess Springs, Hen? NuUer Ch ?S.VaUg ' J Ho-ton, ' W.ihiat'n. chcasbaVfr. Joha Thompson, Ebensburg. fSli J2b.r. Asa H Fiske White., rVllItzin J- M- Christy, Gallitzm. gem oc Wm Tilej, Jr., Washfn, SSnstoVa, I- E. Chandler, Johnst'wh Loretto, SL Adlesberger, Loretto. Vnnster A. Durbin, Minister. PiattsTille. Andrew J Ferral, Susq'han. -I "land, G.W.Bowman, White. Pt ugustine, Stan. Wharton, Clearfield. - lT Pvel George Brkey, Richland mmerhill,- ' B. F. Slick, - Croyle. -. , St ' William M'Conneli Washt'n.' , Cilmore, uiu.,( - nrtRCIIES. aillVISTEnS, &C. Presbyteria b R v. D. .Habbisos, Pastor. breaching every onuunu "i"'"b "v Vflflck. and in the evening 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. — 24 November 1864

RIGHT OR WUOXfi. W n X N BIGHT, TO BE KEPT KIQHT, WBIil vaoi, TO be ret BIGHT. TnURSDAY::::::::::::::NOVEMBER "24. ITbat Uic Election of Abraham ' JLlncoln Will AccomplIsU. The election of Abraham Lincoln may be termed the great hin:e upon -which depended the destinies of the Republic. That event cannot but result in the over throw of the rebellion against the Nation al authority, and the establishment of peace upon an enduring basis between the contending elements. - Why ? Sim ply because the rebels will see in the pop ular verdict lately rendered at the polls unmistakable and overwhelming evidence that the war must go on un.til it culmi nates in the downfall of treason. In a trial of strength of endurance, the rebels well know and everybody of common dis cernment, knovfs that in the end they are ure to be overcome. Hence, finding us resolved to fight on and fight ever, they will see the utter folly of prolonging a contest which must prove hopeless, and will retire from the field. ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 November 1864

.NOVEMBER 24. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. List of Deafted Mex. A draft gapplemental to the dratt oi Din oeptem- ! , c, j;:: .1(.-,c;ftr U ber last, to fill deficiei hpr lasi. IO 1111 ucucicuww Vv,.w..,s exemption, desertion, &C, came off at Provost Marshal headquarters, Hollidajs- rrovusi. xaio. i J burg, on last xriuay, ioiu iusi. iuc lirtf,T names Were drawn for Cambria county : Plcabfield T. 0 in wheel: 32 to be drawn. Fat Risbau, James D. M'Mulhn, inonias Auras. James Swires. Patrick Owens, Daniel Vertx, Thomas Noel, Frank M Urnmi, uaniri ' . ... J. Fisher, Matthew Iwy, John ;sagie, jr., John Uroomoaugn. rrancis . m uuuclf Rrn Barnard Gonnerlr. John weisei, (in .rvi-e Thos. Durbin. Joseph Fogle, Levi Moore. George Swire, James LiUlnger, David Croop. Whits Tr- 34 in wheel : 20 to be drawn Stewart Walters, John Fisher, Geo. Pierce, Chriitopher Noel. George Davis, Perry krtse. j(rry Troxell, Simon Felira, William Rickard, Sitnufl Loon, John lay lor, uavia Stephens, Cieorge Cray, Joseph...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 November 1864

r m. It if m ' -I t. Vl -'? -.3 f - -i I li 5 P ii ll If !? i J j;1 5 , ? '. 3 1 if J 5 m i 1 3i - j.U -Mi iff 4 3 ill ? . t :i 4 'i :3 ! ,71 i r '?.' 1 i mi mmi mi w'ii mi i i n T-l ' &A dispute arose between Campbell and McLean upon the subject of genealo gy. McLean toud not allow that the Campbell? had any right to rank with the McLeans in antiquity, who, he insisted, we're in existence as a clan irpm the be- einning of the world Campbell had a little more biblical lore than his antagumst, and asked him if the clan of McLean was berSrc the flood. --' ' , ,T T "Flood Lwbat flood? said McLean,. ,Tbe flood, you iuow, that drowned all the world but Noah and 1U family and his flocks," said Campbell. : ; f . " Pooh ! you aud your floods I said IMc Lejin, ' my clan was before the flood." V 'I have not read in my Bible, said Campbell "of the name of McLean going into Noah's ark." f "Noah's ark !' letorted the other, in a tone of contempt, "who ever heard of a McLean that had not a bo...

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

JU t- ' 1 A. 4. RAItKER, Edltor and Proprietor. j.TOIXD IIITTCIIIIVSO, Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. ' T P R m s '-2-0 I E 15 A XX i i 1 VOLUME 6. ymECTORY. LIST OF POST OFFICES. Post OJiees. Post Masters. Carolltown, Joseph Behe, Ches3 Springs. Hear Nutter, Districts Carroll. Chest. "Coaemaugb, - Cresson, Ebensburtr. Fallen Timber, Gallitzin, Hemlock, Jolinstown, Loretto, Munster, Plattsville, Roseland, St. Augustine, Scalp Level, -: Souman, Suuiraerhill, Summit, Wilmore, A. G. UrooKs, J. Houston, John Thompson, Asa II. Fiske J. M. Christy, Wm Tiley, Jr., I. E. Chandler, M. Adlesberger, A. Durbin, Taylor. Washint'n. Ebensburg. White. Gallitzin. Washt'n. Johnst'wn. Loretto. Munster. AndewJ Ferral, Susq'han G. W. Cowman, White. Stan. Wharton, George Berkey, B. Jl'Colgan, B. F. Slick, Wm. M'Connell, J. K. Shryock, Clearfield. Richland. Wasbt'n. Croyle. . Washt'n. S'nierhill." CHL'RCHES, MINISTERS, &c. Tresbyterian Rev. D. Harbison, Pastor. Preachin...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 December 1864

! i. t . I i f r -.?t; !.;! if !i ( I? J - - ' : 1 i .2 i t. f ,! I II n ' l It -IP i- ii -1 3 5 T-T I III " nifiHTORWBOSG. WBBN EIGHT, TO BK KEPT K1G3I, KHKil WBOSO, TO BE PUT RIGHT. TIIUKSDAy::::::::::::::DECE3IBli:R 1. Slierniass. All interest in the military situation just now is centered in the grand march of Sherman. lie has undertaken one or the boldest movements of tLis or any other war, and if successful, his name will go down to posterity linked with these of Hannibal and Napoleon. Alter maneu vering Hood nearly two hundred ruiles northwest of Atlanta, Sherman, leaving Gen. Thoma? behind with ample force to take care ofthe rebel General in any of fensive movement he might make, has prepared himself for a new base and an entirely new field of operations. He de stroyed everything about Atlanta that could be of value to the enemy ;tore up hs own railroad leading to Chattanooga, and then, with a force of fifty thousand veterans, swung off and started on a grand expedition thro...

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

fflTJRSDA Y : DECK M B E R 1 . LO CAL AND PERSONAL. Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad. On and after Monday, October 31, 1864, trains on this road will run as follows : Leave Ebensburg .At 6.00 A. i:., connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. "West and Fast Mail East. At 4.10 P. M.t connecting with Pitts. & E. Ex. East ana aiau xrain wesi. Leave Cresson ' ' - , At 11.27 A. M., or on departure of Ilarr. Accommodation East.. At 8.40 P. M., or oa departure ci Mail Train West. ETCHINGS. Not many nights since, tha Treasurer's safe of Huntingdon coun ts was blown open by burglars, -in quest of plunder. Owing to the fact that the Treasurer fortunately makes it a rule to leave no large amount of money in the 6&fe over-night, the light-fingered gentry only succeeded in realizing some fifteen or twenty dollars by the operation. The labor hardly paid for the pains Lieut. Tom R. Davis, of the l9th U. S. I., we are happy-to 6ee, is now with us on brief leave of absence. He has served three years ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 December 1864

-J J i i 1,3 i ! -i 'i ! v 1 if J .x 5-; ,"i I The renowned Josh Billings, whose opinions on financial a well 33 moral and political matters ara worthy of "awl con- 6idcrashun," tias preprea me -ioueria explanasliuns from original rcsipes" con cerning the question of revenue i ' A "-Spirits of just men. made perfect' don't' cum within the whisky hill. ;JJ "Spirits of the damned'' are con etructed the same cs? damnable spirits, aud must pay the highest whiskee rates. , C Tax on "undressed poultry" dublcd the morals of the country seem to rc ' quire it. " " ' B 3ologna"Varsage, in part dorg and part red flannel, must pay the du'y on flannels alao. E Awl tabakker (unless the manufac turer diskrimiriate what is new and what i od ehawsA is elevated 50 per cent. . F Ministers of the gospel, who don't dew over 1,500 worth ot bizucss a year, are exempt. ? ' BS?-A srentlcman lately overheard the following conversation between a man and a woman who appeared as though they had just returced Lo...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 December 1864

JUL r, u A A. II4RKER, Editor and Proprietor. j.TODD UUTCUIXS05,' Publisher. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clay. TRMsJ $tI.OO PER 1 $2.50 IX ADVAXCE. VOLUME 6. jyRECTORY. ' LIST OF POST OFFICES. Post Ojfices. Carolltown, Chess Springs, Conemaugb, Cresson, Ebensburg. Fallen Timber, Gallitzin, Hemlock, Johnstown, Loretto, Munstcr, Plattsville, Roseland, St. Augustine, Scalp Level, Sonman, Sjmrnerhill,' Summit, Wilmore, Post Masters. . Districts. Joseph Bebe, Carroll. Henry Nutter, Chest. A. G. Crook3, Taylor. J. Houston, Washint'u. John Thompson, Ebensburg. Asa II. Fisko "White. J. M. Christy, Gallitzin. Yvrm Tiley, Jr., Washt'n. I. E. Chandler, Johnst'wn. M. Adlesberger, Loretto. A. Durbin, Munster. Andrew J Ferral, Snsq'han. G. W. Bowman, White. Stan. Wharton, Clearfield. George Berkey, Richland. B. M'Colgan, Washt'n. B. F. Slick, Croyle. : Wm. M'Connell, Washt'n. J. K. Shryock, S'merhill. CIIITRGIICS, 3I1XISTEUS, &c. Presbyterian Uvv. D. Harbisox, Pastor. Preach...

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