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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 August 1872

if Zi 1 .11 CX4 f 'i 4 H. A. McPIKE, Editor and Publisher. 'HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRVTIl MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE.' Terms, G2 per yoar, In cdvanco. 1 OLUME VL EBENSBURG, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1872: NUM15EK 27. h iia mm m m m m 7i t i T i IK VOL' W A N'T A GOOD SCHOOL FOR YOUR BOY, . if WIIFKE UK WILL BE hr.; "".o""i. rCl1 n'tU Cured For, Vnit 1 li:i'l'V surrnimilintrs. send him to 1 1 ii i u in: ii s nr ito icn r: 31 v. -f 1 II. SHI MAKKII. Ph. n , Principal, - '' I Ii:iiiiIk-i sl'iirsf. Pa. LEBW'OX V.ILLEV COLLEGE i fttK I II SKXI.S. Cttn-i ! -1 ' 1 i'r Fa" term tiojr Ins All;,'. 19th. vjl V',l ii'-. :i-t.lr.- the President. i 1 II II A M Mi i.N I , A. M., Annvillo, Pa. v FOR YOUNG LADIES, Iil!.t:u:i. .Montgomery Co. Ia. TV i:M "I"-' i'h :i tin 11-1 1 ession r this In- siltir I- niliyr 1-th. l-'nr Circulars, '!V 1; 1 'II .!( 11 lt i:. Principal. Family Boarding School I .' .: 1 1 ! MKX A HOYS, At Vol 1 1 Montgomery TP nil' il'.-i.iiny IJ.lt. Twimitj" sci-nsnl :m-...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 August 1872

235 ... CMBMiipilLI ' ; EBENSBURQ, PA., Saturday Moinin?, - August 3, 1S72 Dsimitis LspuSlra Notional Ticket. I for premTikxt: nORACE GRKKI'JEY, Of A'etr -York. for vice president: B. GltATZ BllOWX, Of Minturi. Democratic State Ticket. FOR QOVEUXOR : 'CHAS. It. BUCKALKW, of Columbia County. FOR SUPREME Jl'HUI: JAMES T5IOMPSOX, -of 5irje Counfy. FOR OJ!IIT OliVM AtA "WILT J AM HARTLEY, of Bedr-ord County. FOR CONGRESSMEN AT I.AttGK: RICHAHD VArX. of Philadelphia. JAMES H. WOWCINS", or Fittbbunrti. 'HENDHICK li. WUIUHT, of Luzerue County. Lkleuatf to CmxtitutitniafC'mrcn1i: 1. fiKoKOK W. Woouwaku. Uiiuuvlja. . .7 kiHKMii fi S. Black, York. 3. William Hiums, fJenrttelA. 4. William J. fi-iEii. norsH. 5. William M- mitii, Allegheny. . K. B. ()oM, Philadelphia. ". Joun H.Camiukli, FliilndelpM. P. S. II. Iktnolis, Lancaster, U, J am eh fci.LiK, Schuylkill 1J. S. C T. Do UP, ViniK-K Jl. O. M. Dallas, ViiUidetrtna. lz. K. A. Lambkkton, Dauphin. Ii. A. A. Pcbman, Greene. 14. William M. Cohbei...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 August 1872

THE nr. a rDHMiu ;;;. gufitn-utf. - - Aiujityl :t, 1S72. LOCAL AND PERSONAL i Un Mltliniint nii'l iienr Homo. i Tin- tnnitdishiiiy season expires oh the .M!i instant. $ Tin- Mii:i!l-pox i" .Julmstown at i mi i il out. li;is been 1 C s i o blackberries have made their ajv- p, :i! :mh m ur li.ai l et. ' John V. Condon, K., city surveyor gj Han islmijj, died at Cictsnii uu Monday 4 Ht-r name was Knld, nitl slut was 94 jus old, and she died in Plain oltnty a fev 4j!VS iifio. J fractious horsf? jumped on one of ',.iih IllairV 1'i'i t a week or two agu anil d, t,i..i;tl;'-d it badly. i n niMiiic man jumped in the canal near J..iii;l I'l.ii ii the othcrday and wasdrowneu-. JJ,, minn- is not known. 4 i:'a:rv:lie has a coke-yard that co'unt-j th number of its ovens at :J(l(, and is giiig 40 t ,,, v. u:;1er-works. l.i'i'-M' helot. jrinji to Seth li. Mcf'une, mn ) 1 lli'tay lm w asilc-si toyed by tire un SviM 'a , I'l.'i.U lw T. !' Of il .!"' -t. al'Olit "MOO. Vaiisoyoe. injured by the ears le...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 August 1872

1 Stranye Story of Confidence and Treachery. We came accidentally in the possession , xf a romance in real life that is so un parol leled that if the facts.were not well ant hen- : tieated they would scarcely he believed. The story was tohl us during a littk--supper at the Washington Ohfo by a gentleman in j possession of all the documents necessary i to sustain every allegation of fact, j Some six vcjm-s since a young law sttuVnt I of this city fell i low with and courted a lovely girl, who soon returned his love, and the two became engaged to be married, j The young gentleman was poor, however, j and not yet admitted to his "profession- so ! that marrying for the time seemed out of j the question, lie was madly in love, how- ; ever, and fearing that Ik.-fore, ho could re fute a sutlicient competence to justify mar rying, he would lose the object of his affec tions, he plead with her to have a secret marriage, and promised that immediately after the ceremony she should return to he...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 August 1872

t tf. a. McPIKE, Editor and Publisher. " HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TItUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL. ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, S2 per year, In advance. tol.UME VI. EBENSBURG, PA., FRIDAY- AUGUST 9, 1872. NUMBER 2S.' 1 i!c: : :2V dvcvtisf mats. IF YOI' WANT A GOOD SCHOOL FOR YOUR BOY, J IIKIIK II K WII.I. HE t , ,,, t, n. l and IF J7 Carcii Fur, ,,,.,v iii -rounnings, send liim to i . CI 1 ;M. KI.I:. Ph. 1, Principal, 'l.uinbi i lni 1'it. LEsnViU I m COLLEGE, pop For . I ; s no 3i j..v !-:s. . K ill t. :!! lii-triim Au. 19th. :i t he PresiUen r, i . A. M-, Aim ille. Pa. 1 Kit lit ri Bllcfc 1 Wil ti es .'-I ING LADILS, iigostiei j 'o. Ia. . : -i ti n .1 1 session of this In- u '-! ii. Km- Circulars, Mi (!;!:, i'l incipal. Hoarding- School . ; v . :,ji:x axo nor', li'iovt ii, ."'I ii f g'li i y '"., P ;;. i ii U. !!. Twenty-second nn .,it . 1 : t 'i. Sit In-all !i v '. ' la-ieal. lv -!'.! i:id Vathe , i .-1 .uly tlioiu'iu!i -aim liiili- 1 : I ar-. . . : 1 1 . . i i . i 1 1 r I nil particulars...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 August 1872

XZ2 JZXJ&JBL.'JXB'iaEBBLJE THE C&til6Rl& FREEHM. EBENSBUnC. PA., Friday Morning, - - August 9, lS72.j i - i Beaocratic Rspublican National Ticket. roR rRKiiK.vr: HORACE GKEELEY, Of New York. rou vie feisidkt: E. GEATZ BROWN, Of Hiteourl. Democratic State 'Ticket, roR goverhob: CSAS. It. BUCKALEW, of Columbia County, rea iopmmi Jcooa: JAMES THOMPSON, or Erie County. FOB AUDITOR sbskhal: WILLIAM HARTLEY, of Bedford County. fOR CONQXiCSKMErV AT LARGS : RICH AUD VAUX, of Philadelphia. JAMES II. HOPKINS, or PittsburRb. HENDKICK li. WKIGUT, or Luzerne County. Delegate to OmstltulUmai ConrerttUm: 1. OaoRQi W. Woodward. Philadelphia. 2. Jerkmiah S. Black, York. 3. Willi ah Biolkk, Clearfield. 4. William J. B a em, Somerset. 6. William II. Smith, Allctrheny. 6. F. C. Gowks, Philadelphia. 7. John H. Ca.vpbei.i, Philadelphia. 8. S. II. Ketnoldh, Lancaster, ft, Jamks K I.I.I s, Schuylkill. 10. 8. C. T. Dodd, Vennifo. 11. G. M. Daii.ah, Philadelphia. 12. K. A. Lambekto.n, Dauphin. 13...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 August 1872

piiliREtlilitl. ;: EBEXSBUBG, PA., (.'?', - - - - August V, 1872. (LOCAL AMD PERSONAL. aTFrT A T. N TirE.-In a few duvs frorfi Ti1s it- JF NCI l. Esq., of Ebensburg, will art forth on a tour f hroiiirtinut this county, J, tdp purpose of collecting mnncvsdue the y;min f'T subscriptions, advertising, find 'b rk. tfii solicit Ipit nfw subscriber. Wp tried t'vvuinn through the rru'dinm of -..li tens, and ir Ims tailed to bring the rarer ncaer: end wo nro obliged perforce to IJU.rt to this other met ho d to come Into pos- rr cur fnt.". ii r irtiM nil tt i i ins. w ill tnke this ns sufficient not ice to 1V'H,'V t'1 "come 1nwn wlthTthe stamps."' rmw m t1 Mr. Null will lie receipted thrnugn ,-(.liiiiins of tl'P Fiectntn. All persons In -i-irs f.r "tie or more years' puhsrrlption will r'xicr-ti-il f "iiv the collection fees, ercept L i ckcs where psvtnout for fine year In vL, Is mn.Ie. Ho ho ready to "dock up" hut v .n owe : and If anv of our friends wish ,,t .h In the nurchn" of n power rre...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 August 1872

;; oh ri lit fa n tit in . now Tiir. r.isKA? k may be avoided yal- VAl.Li: l.NFOKMATIOX. Ail i mme-i.t 1 hyisieiaii of Philadelphia wiito lo a 1 -a per of that city on the above bubjeet, as fclows: The three principal oases of this disas trous malath, elnle-.a infantum, may le c ted a. liiM. ind.reetly, the heightened t mpeiatuiv of the atmosj-hcrc. which pre ihspo; i s the general system to congestion aid iiiiiainnial -ry action ; secondly, undue taxation of Hum litest ie function, tlirough i.iiudicioii.s feeding; and thirdly, and, per h .iis i.io.-t ol 'all lmj.oitant, the intiuenee u;.oii tlie system of such water as is gener aflv j.roieUl in large cities for drinking purposes. That the latter is one of the es-M-ntial causes of this disease may he in ferred from tlie fact that cholera infantum is so peculiarly incident to cities as to he almost entirely unknown in the country, where people are provided with pure water from excavated veils or running springs. "Whatever dilleient t...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 August 1872

; fC m in If t ill lillfli'! II A. McPIKE, Editor and Publisher. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL Alt SLAVES BESIDE. ..i Termsf,CB2 per year, In advance MM' VI. liBEKSBUKG, PAi( FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1872. UM13EK -J!. I) AM EN DM ENT TO Til F. CO? MQTI I I ( N n P -NNSY VAN A. W,IIW.I--- . . . ........ .joint Ktsi,rrioN lr-i':i- :" Aiiiriiilinriit to tin 'on- -I i I ii I ' '! ns I i a II in: ,, ,,.,'r, i ha tin" S. mite nut! llimaenf Ile.jirr " CfiiitiH'iiirntllli f t'ciniinilritHitt ,,,,! ..-. ml.; i7. That the followinij n ,. iln- I'mistil ill ion of this Cora , . ih In' j.i jci-.-i to the people for their ,,,,..! i i 'i.m i inn. pursiuint to the I'ftlVi- i . vi An ' tint !,.. truth ;i rt n-ie i ni-rooi, tu wit : i 8!t. !! AMIN'I'MF.NT: ..i:l 'I"' xt ti section or tlie sixth arti . i ,,i-! itutioii, .mil Insert in !icu there f,,,i.iw hilt : "A State Treasurer shall he i ,v tin- 'lu.ill'lcii electors of the State, at .- c'.l-.':i ' prlC'.i Uii i t i, r'i i term ol si-...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 August 1872

Tilt CAf.lBRIA FREELIiU. CDCMSDUaC, PA.V Friday Morning, - Angnst 16, '1872. Bssscntis te$lm Katisd Ticist. roil muiPi.iT: HORACE GREELEY, roa tick mmidmt: E. GRATZ BROW; Off If (Mnurt. Democratic State IHcket. TO OOTKKJIOR : CHAI. II. BUCK A LEW, of Columbia Couaty. rot rorMm jpdob: JAMBS THOMPSON, of Erie County. VOft AUDITOR CbKBMAL: WILLIAM HARTLEY, of Bedford County. ro cokokujh m at lakoi: RICHARD VACX. of Philadelphia. JAMBS H. HOPKINS, or Pittsburgh. HENUKICK U. WRIGHT, of Luzerue County. Delegate ( Cntutltutittn&t Omrentimnt : I. Q so it as w. Woodward, Philadelphia, z. Jbrkmiab 8. Ri.ack. York. . William Diolbh, Clearfield. 4. William J. Bach, Soinrrwl. . William H. Smith, Allegheny. 6. F. U. Gowkn, Philadelphia. John H. Camtbicll, Philadelphia. 5. S. II- Rktnoldh, Lancaater. , Jimik Rllik, Schuylkill. 10. 8. O. T. Douu. Venango. 11. O. M. Dallas. Philadelphia. 12. R. A. Lambkrton, Ilaupbin. 13. A. A. Pdhman. Ureene. 14. William M. Cohbktt, Clarion, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTO...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 August 1872

m mm freeliml l E BEN SB UEQ, 7M., Friday JLufftist 26, 1S72. i NOTICE. THE LABOR REFORM VAhTY of Cambria County will aend Lh legate to a Conference . i. held In Jobustowii, on Snftnduy, itt. di, i at Mo-clock, a. i. said Df legates to meet .ir'nomaa Davis" Hotel, M arket street, (nearly ?;,,,.ltc new Market HouseJ and from thet.ce JivA-d to Miners' Hall, to trammel buolnewor ijrtnoe concerning the State campaign. Mt if deemed adlible, to place in uoutiua- J A3 McFADDEN, State Executive. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. -Work A read. Tle Democratic Exec utive Committee of this county met at the effiee of Johx H. RnEY, Esq., onlastTuea--.y The object and purpose of the meet jj"wal to organize th party for the cur rent political campai&n. Mr- Nathaniel IfoiiNE, Johnstown, Chairman of Raid Com rilttee, was present, ami Jacob Zimmer man q-, f Johnstown, acted as Becre tarv Whatever else was done we are per JjjjtVcd to say that Mx. Hornk was author ial to invite Charles It. Bcckalew, A. f i;.teMr...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 August 1872

1 c "1 1 S'ff Stvry. A recent li tter fYeuu. Ces.U.i contains the following : "A initial r -tJ.ii i:-sed by yester day." A youi naau told ine u stoiy tb;it I 1 lunk lias :i I txuliiu-.i.ilnt'h.s aU.ut it. At rirntoga. last reason, :t one of tin; largest balls, vas a youm bit'y i! tho mst h:n uii -. : la.-eiuntiix nutnm-is and j;.;ha . lit i- toilet v.as i-nally I'lcasiiig. 1 i.e was the bello of tlio bull an honor ac t ided l,tr without dissent, lbr attci-.u-; lit dunnt the t'vetiinj was a young man dieted almost -ratably, who bore IluhsoU a ith all the di.stastclnl.f-elf-cnno.it of a t iaii.lt ss millionaire. He tus the son of a .Vstm leallier dealer, llo met the l;;ly ;it Saratoga for the tirst time last season, tiid she, by tlireetion of her parents, who vere also wealthy, and wlu insisted on the airanj'omeiir, became his atlianced. l're mous to this, she had met a young gentle nan, also from 1'of.ton, of lhe utmost re .cctubility, thorough honor and integrity, I ut w ithout fort...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 August 1872

o 5T- H. A. McPIKE, Editor and Publisher. nE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL, ARE SLAVES BESIDE;" Terms, S2 per year, In advance. tOLUME YL EBENSBtJUG, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1S72. NUMBER 30. LIST OF CAUSES SkT IX)W'X FOK TRIAL at n Court of Com S men l'leas, to bo held at Ebensburjf, com Jj, .nciuif on Monday, the 2d dau J iycpHmbur FIHST WEEK. vs. Martz. .vs. Jtlaek. va. Wentlel. , . . . .vs. Paddock & Adams. , vs. Apple. vs. llracken. vs. Fitzpa trick. vs. McGulre. vs. Powell. vs. Prser. vs. Vauirhn. vs. Renuctt. "fomervillo Isr.iwn Copper A' to "Mil' " et H' -limpliiie. for use: Jtik'" p(iir la COol'-'1' jim v.'o:f Ad"'" ' SKCOND WEKK. nr.- ,..r,.t .lones vs. Lloyd & Co. 4r4.-.iiiuii ..vs. Aaron. ..vs. Davis et nl. ..vs. Smith. ..vs. Razors. ..vs. Ilarberick's Adtn'rs. Evan1 1,1 Pro'licrline iisti'ki'n Vu'M ii. k'i A.lin'rs. 7-cb : p ; .tcHitniUi et al lr.sk'' 1 fieri .Sn . V. it. V.,ilkcn. j O.Tiniit 1 .Bkiii ..vs. iiehe. ..vs. Zcch. ..vs. M'Gonijrle'sE...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 August 1872

i tic bBiiiuiiii FHl! ii EBENSBURC, PA., j Fiiilay Mowin;;, - August 23, 1S72. ' Issucntic Espblicu Nalioul Ticket. ron pkeslurst: UOIvACK GIJEELEY, Or JVVtr fork. fob vie fkksiubst: B. GllATZ lUlOAVN, Qf An(Urf. Democratic State Ticket. Foil OOTERSiUn : CHAS. R. IIUrK ALB W, of Columbia County. roR SCTHEMK Jl'DOi: JAMBS THOMPSON, of Er County. FOR AVDITOlt GIKEKAL: WILLIAM HAKTLEY, of Bedford County. VOrt C41KUKKSMKN AT LAMOM: RICnARI) VAUX. of Philadelphia. JAMES H. HOPKINS, of Pittsburgh. H END KICK. U- WRIGHT, of Luzerne County. JXlcoatet to Constitutional Convention : 1. Gkoi'.ge W. Woodwaud, Philadelphia. 2. Jrhkmiah S. Black. York. 3. William Hioleic, Clem-Held. 4. WliXlAM J. KakK, Snmfml, . William H. mitr, Allegheny, ti. F. B. (ur.ii, Philadelphia. 7. Juh.n Ii. ('AwrBKl.l, Philadelphia, f. S. Ii. Kktnolim. Ijincnater. U, JiKi Ki l JS, Schuylkill. 10. S. C. T. loii, Yentuijro. 11. G. M. Dallas, Philadelphia. 12. K. A. Lamberton, Dnupbtn. 13. A. A. PrRMAN, Greene. 1. William ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 August 1872

THE CAMBRIA FBEELUll. EBEXSBUEG, PA., ftija y, August 23, IS? 2. NOTICE. rmif. LAROR UEFOItM PARTY of Cambria l County will send Delegates ton Conference Tte held In Johnstown, on Saturday. Sept. Mi. X It Ht luo'clock, A. M. suld Delegates to meet Thomas Davis' Hotel, -M arket street, (nearly r iie new Market House.) and from thence iXced to Miners' Hall, to transact business of f -JrortHiic-e concerning the State campaign, 1,3 if deemed advisable, to place iu uomina Ua full County Ticket. lug. 12. 187.-3t. Mate Executive. 'loCAL AND PERSONAL. ij.T-.TVr RALLY i or THE EJEOcrats an literal Replm: i Of Cambria County. i v REFORM AND RECONCILIATION ! i A Mivs Meeting of Democrats, Lilieral l'tfUuMit-ai.!, ami all 1-vor of lleform iu the ri.hninistrationof the. National and State GovVruments, and honorable and lasting re conciliation of all classes and sections of our whole eounlrv, will e l'-ld in KBENS rUr., ei TuesJaif Ere amy, S'pUmbtr 3d, (Court Veck) .... lion, i au.. r v;-" - it ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 August 1872

- 11 -- -- . I icU' it Jivy ltought a riin. Several years ,120, a youth of sixteen years, of good sense and a fair Laiglish ed ucation, not having prohtable employment Tit Ins father s home m Kentne for employment among his Tirirlilxfis a few miles distant: a wages were low in those days of gold and silver currency, lie saved from his lut year's wages eighty dollars. He was then seventeen years ohl, healthy, lively-looking, aspiring, ar.d ambitious to Iktoiuc. useful, noble, ami perhaps great, lie had always learned that money loaned at high rates of interest was oppressive on the Iwrrower, and reacted on the loancr in the falling of prices of nearly all articles in the commercial world; that men sought justification for their bankruptcy and de linquency in the fact that they had paid large rates of interest. Feeling, therefore, that liberality as well as justico was necessary to every man's dealing with his fellow men, he loaned his eighty dollars to an exemplary, enterprising and ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 August 1872

11 A frl LfJ McPIKE, Editor and Publisher. HE IS A PKtEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE; AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, S2 per year, In advance; OLUME Vis EBENSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1872; NUMBEil 31. i TO WniCII IS ADDED A FUND OF Aiito be divided amotifst Shareholders, as a majority may direct, at a i meeting to be held on the ISdth of October, T'O THE rMLTOTTC At a nth do i v.rir-f Kit.tcini iit ot the terrible olstiMer inflicted unon the town by the recent tire, and appeal 'or nid i'i helwif of our sutlcrimr people. In discliurxiiw this duty, we will vfidcavor to convey i fttint lili ii of the feurfiil ciiiuinity in as few words us possible. About four o'clock, p. M-, Thurs lay, ttli of May, a lire broke out in the, western part of the town. A tierce wind was blowing at be time, and all cllorls to cheek the Humes proved futile. In less thnn two hours this once beau iful town was laid in ashes. The extent of ground over which the destructive element rajjed is ihoitt thirty...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 August 1872

-i at r nu ll j. XZ2 IoD3 L CL XTS. XT EI SL ISS miXVrSU . -o k-lXJ GS-133" SS ' i.'i -I 1 : i '4.:5 .9 --: i i t I ! :. 'r I C ( It f t. , ! J i' : :-; ft - ii f I have now responded fully to the two i 1 rauchesof assault made bv the Chairman ! cf the State Committee, and I shall dismiss j tlmt assault from lurther examination. These are simply matters intended to di eit attention from the real issues of this rotate' election. STATE QrtSTIONS. Yi 'hat d we desire to accomplish in our State? Why for one tiling we want Iho Lcgit-Ldure. On thelirsi day of the ses.oii f iTi) I intf,.lM ( .l viro Hie .Stale .Senate : i-i:it resoluUon to take the election of , tate lreasnrer imm tJie i.e.uisi.uuie anu -.ve it to thu 1 toj.le. I had b;.d h;ek with i iy resolution. i he committee Uul not re l'n t it for some time afterraid. and it v:u manliest mat majoruirs wt-iv iiosinu io n i.i i lie two houMes. At the session of 1ST1 it Tias again intrtKlueed by Mr. UillingtVlt, i.e. of your own Senator...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 August 1872

"fir piEL?nnis rnrr5SH ! court t.(.nvev,.snextveok. if you owe IMt I ft Pi Is M Ft rKFrfiSnSl ns iin.l can't crme Uicourt, cei:il thtMin.ncv III llEliSi.-liiH I ISlIIuUii. by some i.cit:hbor you tan tins,, for indeed .- . -wo can't trust any loiij-or. I f, huwevcr. like i:i:r:x:"ini:;, FrUhiy, Auifuy.t :u, J&72. rrnit UIH'I! IiilOKM PAhTY f Cumbria I i . 1. 1. it u id till 1 mIi irles- Ion ( 'unit-recce . .. I,. 1 in ' .1- II ..I. .VI II. i til V.IN.i'i.rN'. Nt lb 'f. nt iuo clct k. .A. .V. said 1( !':it- to tut ft o,''J tioiDiis Lavls' Hotel, vliolot street, (-.eiii-ly ,.',v .in- new Mi-.rkct Housed :ii:t trcui theme , ,,111. lo Miners' Hull, to tn.iisi.Ot businCTSot , it eituni o i om-t I -niiKf tli State campHiLMi, fid. t dot mi d tii imiI lo, (11 place in nomimi 1 .. full I 'mnit v Ticket. s'f ' ' ' J AS. Mf lWmiEX. 4 r. L l-'TS.-St. State Kxt-cuiive. "local and personal. i OK THK tkrals ai Literal Repaissi Cf Cambria County. iiIfoum AND RKCOXCILIATION ! A M:tss M. i tiiir o...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 August 1872

'.It -1 -'-'t ;i ; . ' , v": -: i b:;3 ..VI . ' 1 '!;J :; -.-i C ( ; 1 ; t It: ft ''; ii SAVED BY "OLD CORONATION. nity. It was a wondrous relief when four parts instead of one, aifil a hundred voices : it.tiri of four took up the woixls Which The following somewhat singular story scemed like an anthem of praise, is told in one of our Maine exchanges by "Extol the stem of Jessie's rod, a gentleman who recollects the cucum-. And crown him Lord of all." H-auov, and was himself "a part of the , approaching the middle of I Vl'l . It lUUMidm IHO iuu- the lake where the water was the deepest, so deep that no line in the village could reach the bottom, and where the ice must be thinnest, lecause it is the last to freeze there. I knew this ; but I felt that we were going with such rapidity, that there was no new dancer bo long as there was no baK: in the song. I singled out a tree upon the show we were trying to make, and calcula ted that if at the rate they were Mnguig, there were verses e...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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