Blairsville Press, February 12, 1869

Blairsville Press

February 12, 1869

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Location: Blairsville, Pennsylvania

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Years available: 1869 - 1869

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The Blairsville Press (Newspaper) - February 12, 1869, Blairsville, Pennsylvania VOLUME III. BLAIRSYILLE, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUAEY NUMBER 6. PUBLISHED ETEEY SInrlcct Street, INDIAN COVXTY, PA. ARE sro TEAKS IN HKAV. JEN." JKuitor- snul JL'roiine'loir. K 11 M S 'Z oo Per Annum I'ayable in Advance. All kinils of Job Work neatly exsculed the Mi, rtoit i'osciblu .Xolii-u, thu following AftVl'.RTISIXR JOB WORK. AJilitor's" .N'.-lkus, (Mi'U, 4- A aril Uxcc'rV wich, 2 X itici-. cu-li TIMUSILIU PIM nquurc 1 Kiuh and Slrayf, pur sqii.iro, tlircu timo" ilan.lbilK t tlitci, or under 'i xiitul, or undtr 3 i sheet, JIO or umlor 4 ivhuio .ihoot. SO or muU-r, 6 Over 30 of uai-h ot the nbovc. in tion. VrnftHSion.i.'ls paper, jnc S Local IHT lino, iiverlion, K.ich Mili'riiuciu insertion, Oln'.u.irv t. 1 lie-, per m thvir, in lil-iirsville, on ilie MONDAY on or liefure the V full moon 'jf onuh mon at T 1-4 o'clock, I', u. Order of tlio W.-. M.1. KCTVKV KXCAMPMEXT. XO. 16s, I. II. of O linen in their Hall, in ISlmrMille, on tho tirst nnd third Thursdnj month, .11 7 y, m. II. M. I'. Wu r.i.Si'c'y. _ _ I mot a child; his feet were bare, Hii rve.ilv fruuio shivered with tho cold; His youthful brow WHS knit with ciiro> flashing rye his sorrow told. Sifd 1, Poor hoy why wcepeft tliou My parents iiro botli he said I have not here to lay my head 0, I am lone and frior.fllcsjj now Xot friendless chilif n friend on high for you his prcdona blood has given Cheer up, and bid oaeh tear be dry Xhoie aro no tours in Keuvou." rui. t. o! I'., IIULI- in their if Fn l.iv nt 3 ..'clm-k. JUHN 0. I OXC, N'- 0. fmiu ST'-W rr.T, _____ GOOII-YVILI. i-oixiK.lvo.TesTiro. li. 1'.. ille. I'-i., mi. u cM-ry Tti'-schiv nt T ..Vl'x-k P. .IK.-.SK W. C. T. a man, in lifu'p gny noon, Sland ireeping: o'er youiijj bride'a bier; And we mint eried, "to soon down hid cheek there rolled a tear. Huart-ntrii'ken aiiid t, "weep not in aceonts wild ho criud, ISut yesterday my young love died! And .shall she he so soon Forgotten! Ji'o, slill let her love 8u.-Uiiin thy heart, -with anguish riven -Stiivethou to nicel thy brido ahove, And dry your time in Ilcnvon. I .saw .-identic mother weep. Av to her throbbing heart she prefct An inf.L'it, tfi.'emingly On it-hnn :tnd U, nnd Imv- inii exptriuncu I v. ,'ikni'jn, u-i: fcM-1 er.i'tUl'.nt thai a.-- L'.-.n bu'l :n nr I. PHACTI- nii'l n ilk-. "' Coui.ty, r i. O'iico curn-r of M.un .in-1 street.--. ATn-nxr.v AT I.A.V, 211 Smith Thud S, 1'lnl idcl. Will alUnd to'ioii" and legal bii.vinesi- in '''je courts of I'lilLidelpli i.i. t. w n i T r, .k n o Y r, K T T O It N K Y S A T L A W, Oppo-iilc Store, IN1M 1. 1T.VVA., -V.'tsnd faithfully to a'l bu-'uii--3 gn en th'in in M.irrhfi-lv. T B R WITH K K y s 10 H ,t r, o. 220 Market Street, I'liihulclp u, the severity-two national cemete- ries aro interred two hundied thousand soldiers names are known, and one hundred thousand more as yot not. identified. Mrs. Krastus Corning deposited ?22 ;n a savings bank in 1S33, and forgot all about it until a woek ago, when bho drew her deposit and its proceeds, amounting to H. A f Lewistown, Milllin county, I'emi- syhani.'i, week belore las-t, Mia. Alfred Hah gave birth to iivc children, all boys, now dead. Mother in doing well. is at present at tho Toombs, New York, twelve murderers, of whom are women. Most of these prN- oncis were unvsted during tho p.isc mouth. Tun rueilic Railroad Isiiw completed 510 miles caat and 101 milcH from the head of Silt Lake, leaving ill) miles of the road to lm built. The track is being laid nt the rate of three to four mile.s a day. Av ambitions politician recently j man1 love tn a poor girl in the rop'.ited heiros-s to thrco hundred thousand dollars in gold, only discov- ering after he had married ln.-r that the whi'li' thing wa-5 a mistake TUK annual report of the New York Metropolitan Police' shows that there. wi-iv CS.-lOl anvils made 'luring tho pnsl ycur, of which were of feni.des. Of these iirret-t-1, sfventy- eight werc.for murder. A meeting of native Virginians, w.ofi held in Noddaway county, .Vir- ginia, which included farmer nnd professional Ilesolntions wen.1 I adopted indorsing the new movement, dcpi'ociiting1 further legislation to tl.o roei'iisitrn'cUou -su'tn, :rnd resolving -this meeting in (o a political organ with the name of the Republican part.'.. I Is tho llrM movement of the hiuJ ju tho Hlate. ;