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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 November 1867

tr - m - -. : ' " " "" ' - - I I I JJJ M I UL. . ' ' - i i i .1. 4.f I J.T r : - -- .. .. . . III WHtPttflr IP1!! ; CwIlIOTvW " Plylllliilllly if HB A raBMAJf WHOM THE TRITH UAKE8 FREE, AND ALL ARB SLATES BBIIDR, II. A. 5I'IIIE, PubSItlicr. it j':' VOLUME 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1867. NUMBER 4-3. i 1 S SALES. By virtue i . :.. r T".- ' xt r ..vy ft- XU., l.-aucu UUI . 1 LUC LAJliri , , . i-ji'ii l'lt-ns cf Cambria County, and to "i-.-.tf!. there wiH be exposed to Public I ,t i ? 0 urt House in Ebensburg, on y. 'SUAY. the 2J day of DECEMBER next, y i o'clock, P. M.. the following real t.tate, f, ;t: ; i;.e ri-t, title an1 interest of James . m- r. . i i . r .i . . D.i lanuiti'i. or, in ana 10 a lot ci ground r, i iii Wihnore borough, Cambria coua t ijt 'i? 130 feet on Main street and run !.:.k "200 lVet to Conemaugh river, :e ;!;,' said river S00 feet to a Mill n.fo air ns sia Jim race zw ieet to f i!t utiae" Maltzi, thence along lot ! ,iine M.Hz! 200 feet to Mam st...

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. — 28 November 1867

0AHBHIAPI1BBMN. EESNSBURCf, PA., TeuBflCAX, : : : Nov. 23, 1867. EDITORIAL OTIXGS. Ak adjourned session of the Rump con vened in Washington on Thursday last, ami notwithstanding the unmistakable re hake which was administered to the lead ers of the radical party in the late elec tion?, the very first act of Mr. Sumner, the belNwether of the party, was the in troduction into the Senate of a bill giving negroes the right to sit on juries in the District of Columbia. There is little doubt but what this xneasure will be adopt ed and put in execution in time to place negroes rpon the jury before which John II. Surratt will be brought for trial, pro- ided he is ever again forced to go through that ordeal In the House the majority report on the impeachment question was presented on Monday, and it favora the impeachment of the President for what it pleases to term general riial-aduiiiiutration It ia thought that the House will adopt this report, and vote articles of impeach ment, and that a...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 November 1867

0 UflXMlhK- ,,:DAV; : : : NOV. 23, 1867. itrt rVT" nnnn i i s, Local and General. . DtT iu the ELd r county jail, named 1',. TClt'. UICt cuuuiutf v uvaib UIO' 11 A -V I'.ul) ins' ! ; ;ue in Rarne township, Indi- was burned to the ground on sV Veek. Supposed to have been :3J hon.c situated about a mile from -cui'icd ly Mr. David M'Cartney, ,u,l by tire, on Monday, 18th iust. 'f:0i;i a defective tiue. ..ui:.H t . w fek f,ir the List t i m t. Lim, ai:d diiect the attention of . . ? intT.-ted thereto. .. L:iM a In! k'aycr in Hollidaysburg, j;: n- .ik on a sc '.li'old, on Tuesday week, . :: r ;J i-n'y gvo way, precipitating ? LT'ouud. a distance of thirty feet, .: . 'ra severely. "ie!!i: mr.e of Samuel Christian, . p-j- cv svil'e, B'.air county, was totally ,L. , lv f:e. on Sunday evening, 17th ,.;e;h-r "irh a'-' bis household goods j ,v ;r ceer.l'.'.cks. , ,., ; .; rnnie.l Breth, while hunt ,: r:. . e ty, a few days since, , - , ; ''.w ! e: I by I he acoidt-nt:il dis v i':iur;: ! :n t:....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 November 1867

S3 rfl.iSCTO' f ? "r. ''' r - 4 n fl. i'. ;1 1 ? H T3IH 3 WOHTH KtJ3WI&3. RectrQ fou D:jlrkhe. Take gne tsaspooniul of salt, the suae of vinegar, nn l a tablesoojuful of water : mix and drink. It acts like a charm on the ays tem, and even one doso will generally euro obstinate cases of diarrhcoa or tba first stae of cholera. If the first dose does not bring complete relief repeat the duac, as it is qui'e harmless. The patient should keep perfectly qui:, a reclining posture hciwg b?st. In eevere cases oak tls feet iboroii-hty in very warm water, clufiua: them well. Flannel wet with warm water, vfcirgar end salt (especially in warm weaihtr) and placed around the loin?, wrapping warm hanael over it, 13 an exee'.Ient aid to recovery. Any and every one crn apply tlrcsa remedies with out a physician, running no risk, and will be nstouicheJ at the benefit lal result. They should be universally knuwn. A Ccr.r for Chills. About two year since, says the Columbus (Ga.) En- uuirtr, w stated...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 December 1867

I . . ...... - . - ..- .. .. ., - . -f S " ' V ..Sgg T b ' ;: - - - , . , 1' . .lOSS'rOS Editor. 11 H IS A FB&GUAX WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, X$D ALL ARK SLAVES BRS1DB, II A MTIK-E, Tabllttier. ; - - I : . L . ' ,- I TIM. . I - , f J)LUME 1.- -EBENSBXJRG, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1867.. NUMBER 44. ? Cambria Jfrccmau WILL BK 1TBLISHED svEi;Y THURSDAY MOKNING, At Eboniburg, Cambria Co., Fa. ,;.'(,(. 'inj rate, payaUc within three "uonl'ts fiom die cf subscribing : ... j.y.me viar, 42 00 V, ii mouths, - - - - 1 00 .,'v, threw Diuiiths, - - - - 50 t. :e wis.- f. i! to pay their subscriptions . ' r tl.e i xp:ratnn oi six mouths will . at the rate of $2.50 per year, i V., re wtio f.di to pay until after the ex- f twelve mouths will becharged at f jo.O.i per year. f n T.v.lve iiU.iiDers consiiniie a qnsiner ; fi.'v live, six months; aue! fifty numbers, KATES 07 APVrKTISlXa. I 12 lines, one insertion, $1 00 : v a '- r.t insertion, 25 . ;.. V N, :?-. each, 2 00 irr.:t.T ' X..tices, eac...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 December 1867

I;' n t 1 : If fit- 4- il k IS K 1 I : t A 1 CAMBRIA PitEEMAN. rrTrJ,T5iKt7i?(?, PA., TnciwrAT ' s : : Dkc. 5, 1867. Congress aud tbo President. .-A few months ago the Taipeacbrneht Committee of Congress decided . that no sufficient evidence was laid before then to warrant thera in presenting articles, of impeachment against the President. The fall lectiHis were afterwards held, in which -Radicalism was tebuked wherever. thi penpje.votttL . JYW, without any new evidence, -a- majority of ihe Committee re port a reso'ution ef impeachment. -The rcuson -of this ia obvious. - Mad-rie;;t-u' by defeat, Radicalism is determined to make the most of its power. by impeach ing tho President, whose. coarse has just been sustained by. the people. Instead of being the result of manly statesmanship it is the dictate of mean revenge. Two of the Radical members of the Committee repudiated the act of their brethren, whom they charge with having no reasons for the act but political one?, and that the o...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 December 1867

I ' 'i 1 15 f 9 iCLSSCES'O' Rli FREEMAN. fKSDArT: s DEC. 5, 1867. 7nd personal. xsd Crkssox Kaii-road. 1867, SfIft Monday, April 19, 1. 1 't'-ii road will-run as follow : ... KSSBCRG ' ' .. ..inni'r.tinc with Da Exoress , . ' i . i - v c ' J 1 " i-taaJ riil- Express West. ,,-"F u connecting with Phila. Ex. " gjt and Mail Vt. j .- Jl. --.w v. & una. Express West. . i; j,, jc.f or on departure sf Phila. Ex- rress Eftst. Lbulities, Local aud Gekkral. eii'o baby found in Hollidaysburg, sent to the Poor House. 'j.p,.rt inquires why is Arnica like a and answer, because it is good ..vres(wers The Blair County Kauical Committee rfirstrucrea lor urani ana vxeary tor rfidrtj'. and Vice President. What a (T!? L'teir, my countrymen I A iran namea i innenon, oi oewicKiy ; Weft morel and connty, waa kicked jte fin: head by a horse, a couple of iruunl fl'e regret to learn that Col. Swank, of Johnstown Tribune, has been confined Isroom by sickness for several days We trust that he will soon be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 December 1867

THinaS WORTH KNOWING. Ikon Photection for Trees. An ag ricultural journal speaks of a peach grow er, who lost by the ravages of tbe worms all hia peach trees except three, ami llie-- thrte are the most thrii'ty'peach tree9 he ever saw, The only cause of thir saUalion knon is the nails that were diiven into them when they were about a year old. Ten-penny nails were driven iu close to the ground. The tree wrved in this way were nclected nt ran dom, and now ihey fcl ne survive the rav ages of tha insects. It is supposed that tha sn.lc of the iron furnished by the nail is olK'iiMVO to I ho worm, while it is harm less to the tree. A chemical writer says that the oxidation of the iron by the wap p vwlves ammonia, which, rising from the F.np, impregnates every particle of the i'olippe, and is too severe a dose for the tklicattf palate of the Insects. This is cer tainly worth ti'ying. A v r'.ter recommends driving half a dozen nails into the trunk. AcciJental experiment confirm this ros-dt....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 December 1867

V f NS. Kilt E -f fTLEsf V WW BB I A FBBKMAS WHOM THH TRt'TH KAK VREB ARD ALL ARB SL. B BKSID a'ev " our 8 u,... A AS 1 OLUME 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1867. NUMBER 45. r fit LA J li-.. it i i i ; ii i .. i i jr. ii ill ii r I . -wi ifi ii i b ri 1 if e't ii ; w i ' the nvj. 1 it is J. " PnirtsentatiVes continued disorganization of the f to which the Tresident has so often 1MS , ... e. niHv ! , be attention ot Uongres, is yel a t pf profound poU'.ical concern. We .V.wever, find some relief from that e. tec ,n the reflection tnat tms pamtul tOSif If I'tinjr ?i ,i! situation, althougn oetore untnea jtiuns. Political science, perhaps as . perfected in our own time and n m in any other, has not yet dis- Ujp i rj gny means by which civil wars can I t .1 4 Ant!nlifanfu1 ASE3 (t i n bowever, with a wise and benen- of the! I., nttitution of free goTernment, may h their frequency and mitigate their -iiv by directing all its proceedings in In ...1 - pjnnre with its lunuamental...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 December 1867

if ft ( I f 1 1 'I f r. i I;. fl; U1 0 n is si ) 5 tae the Ccns:itution for our guide, walk iu the path niaiked out by the found era of the II public, nod cboj the rules, made sacred by observance, of oar great preiieveffora. Tho present coodiiion of our finances ai:d circulating medium is one to wf.ieh yoi.r parly consideration is invited. The proportion which tho currency of any Country fchoulJ t?ar to tha whole value ot the oiuiwai produce circulated by its menus is u q;es.ija up'.n which political econ omise have ' not ngreed ; nor can it ba c-.it'.viled by legislation, but triu-t be left to irrevocable la-.v winch everywhere rrg tlau coiurncrca and trade. The circ-itat medium will ever irresistibly fhw to those points where it is in greatest demand. The la a- of demand end supply is as uner ring a3 that whiv'h regulates the tides of the ocean, ar.d indeed the currency, like the tide, has iis ebb.) and fl ws through out, tiie commerial world. At the bein jiing of the rebellion, ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 December 1867

t it if- 2El it 'his "M l, 1 if- , lit 4 t-t ' M i'o 21 o ffl. Tl t If. i 's V i:. t t -i M' TE f ; ! u X : t t o iv.J L. Smbhu freeman. SLEXSEULG, PA.t Dfg. 12, 18C7. pBtSluExT's Mkssaok We need offer no f r devoting so uuch noact this week ,i f lul'li' "'""1 of this important, able and i sri.it:!iie production. We feci sure that V.e 5 ave PerusvJ fc wi5' no hegrudge fcvi-r toothers i f our subscribers who tji! tij'11' Fretman to furnish it to J ' a1! who have r.ol read it should not ro s. as it will wt'l repay. perusal. 7 UK rilEE31AJi. Wwthat the long winter evenings ar f a"..wear0 determined increase the ... -. ....is of the Cambria Freeman, and 'L:i it pleasurt fireside companion. For f-e'.jre ; it other avocations have pre T.;,: .; it it'i doing our wh Je duty in this r. , -t. In we Are determined to make am ,wnt'a for the future and tee can. ' -;t stall nuke it a point to render our ,j t.iil c.him'.s more interesting, not only .(...-ruMithe quantity but also the quai ,;.t .ii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 December 1867

rj J i ill ! 1 .i, 'l If ! - I'; i i ; 1 U If El V CU1TUARY, .' It i with feelings of deep regret we an- " yce tha death of Air. William Rod St, of this city. The respected de ceased dc-norUxi this life at his residence, No. 275 Htt Eleventh street, on the 5th instant und in tha sixty-seventh year of Lis ace. At halfpaet -nine o'clock on the morning wf the 7th inefc., t"he remains were conveyed to St. Joseph's Church, Sixth avenua, where a Solemn Mass of Hequiem was celebrated by the Ilev. Tuoajia Farrell, the Most Key. Archbish op, Very llev. Mr.- Starrs, V. G., and laany of tha Reverend Clergy being pre en. There was also u numerous t tend ance of the relatives and friends wf the family of the deceased. At the conclusion cf the Alas absolution was pronounced by the Archbishop, after which the remains were conveyed to the cemetary t Ford ham College, where they were deposited in the same vault in which repose the re xoains of his daughter. ' Sir. lioJrigue was a native of Philadel ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 December 1867

L k JOIISSTO, Editor. HH IS A PREEJIAS WHOM THE WTH SAKE AHD ALL ARE ILAYX. II. A. M'riELE. FnMlflier. est. I 'ASS, nor the j sent to i rorn 60 j 'e the ll7 and 1 produc- J avingg? j ent oa I or ,01,11 ME 1. fimbria .freeman WILT. BE PCRLISn CD VEky Thursday morning, At Ebexubarg, Cambria Co., Pa. j, fjluicin-j rates, payable within tire " tionths from dte of subscribing ; n-tf.rv.oiie jear, 2 00 Lv C'' J i months, - - - - 1 00 iK.t C'TJ't ,'llCt' niontba, - - - 60 wh ) f-l! to pay their subscriptions at":er the expiration of nix months will ihrr'pl at the rate of 2.50 per year, t'n .-e tio fali to pay until after the ex- . -r-iticn of twelve months will be charged at rste i-f J3.C) per year. ' Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; ,i ty five, s'-x months; and fifty numbers, RATES Or ADVERTISIX. f qnre. 12 lines, one Insertion. 1 00 ich subsequent insertion, 25 Au iitvir's Notice, each, 2 00 Ain:inistrrttfr ' Notices, each, 1 69 Mentors' Notices, each, 3 60 iatrv Notices, each, 1 60 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 December 1867

if v. I V, u i t It . f a I i i i; h o i If r I i t I - ii'; 4 1 1 'i' A 4 I Si ZBEXSBUEG, PA., BtK-tAT, : : : Dkc 19, 1807. A 3IEKHNG of tho Democratic State Central Committed will be held at the Democratic Club IJoonis, Ilarrbburp, on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 1S07, at 7 J o'clock r. ii. A full attendance is especially desired. William. A. Wallace, Chairman. Attoflirr Kiclimond In tl Field. Ve public under its proper Leading, ia our paper to-day, a communication from a roost worthy man and sound Dimocrat, on the vexed Voor House question. Our personal regard for the author induces us to publish this p rper at a time wben we had resolved to close the Poor House con troversy, fo far at least as the Freeman is concerned. IJat the strictures of the wri ter are mainly directed against the editor of the JPiKinan, and we arc not willing to take advantage of our control over a news paper to prevent a reply, couched in pro per term?, to anything tve may say. Our design in connecting ourselves with ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 December 1867

IllBKLl DEC. 19, 1867. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ...n.i AND Cr.K6SO.NL IJailroad. '" .i .rnr Monday. April 19. 1867. rjj ' " ' m this road will run as follow : M- connecting with Day Expreea i:st an l 1'hiU. Express West. ,j5 P. m., connecting with Phila. Ex. Eitt ana Mail West. rArE Ccss?ox j 't m-. l,r tm departure of Phila. Express West. ilO r. or on departure of Phila. Ex press Last. V ir Ywn's Gift. As tlio Dew year ia ". ir.n-.euce we would suezcst to our a Tt-ry appropriate Now Year' gift. ..rf5..-Dtt!on ot whicn woum not rail to the punter's heart. ThiVts neither .rt"ri0r le.-s thiin to present us with tho -e ef a new subscriber to the Freeman. .-r. rabs.T.brr would make it a point to V,..e new name to our list, it would great jv'it us :iud accomplish much good for .lUje f,.r which we labor. How many .:'.:':r'h will try the experiment? e....'Dv MtSTios. William R. Ankrum, i.f Su.s iuenarna township, was vi,t to tu:s p'acc and committed to jail, Uv !at weeK, ch.-.rged with bilug th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 December 1867

s r..' i .-41. Sficcs grow mostly in tie ;.. On the tropiual islands of .. u K. M.ie(hcre an 1 ihe coast of Aj . i cult m diuibin. tl.rub . .- ? wl-vk peppvr of couiiiierce. t cecn bony, gathered .-. pd when dry afcHiice the faui'.ir to e Cinnamon ,s it; : r "lark of a tr. jrowing chiefly i ; Cv'o!, "f ielaal it is probably a '!. s CI a the Hd bu-la of a tiu I evergreen tree, cultivated alsnoet ex- c'.-.;ly on the Island cf Amboyna, one of tiiO .''tu I!nd. Nutuiee are the seed o; a iree tiitrty feet high, now grown prin cipally ou the ia'.and of Ban J a Mace is the ouior covering of the nutmeg Vanil la is the product f the vanilla plant, cul tivated in Mexico, Central America and Brazil. IIkrs is n statement cf what may be found ia a nine called Hayi City a 'city" 575 tuilc west of St. Louia, found ed cu a spot where buff.does, anl elopes juil bo'iveis ws: unJiputd lend-owners up to indguunner ( f tine yrar : It bus al ready feur hundred people, a railroad, a ot, three radro.ia mach...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 December 1867

' b p. f.. J J35A5TOS, Editor. VOLUME I. Cambria JTrccman will BK rcuLisnED evkiiy tiiuksday' mokning, At Ebenibarg, Cambria Co., Pa. ; th' f'Jloirinj ralt'g, payable wilhin three Months j 'mm die of subscribing : f .j y, ( lie year, - - - - - $2 00 (:.( c in , s-Ix months, .... 1 00 ( :.e c;j y, liiiee months, - ... - JO T.V'ff 'i1 f i' to Py their subscriptions i;-.t,l lUUi" tie expiration of sis months will CJ c'u.iry'-i at the rate of $2.50 per year, ai'A V:. '.-' " -'J to pay until after the cx yiraiw A twelve mouth will bo charged at t rdit f . 5.00 per year. Thrive numbers constitute a quarter; t,vt-;;y live, six months; and fifty cuu.bers, ,n3 year. RATF.i OF ADVERTISING. 0-ie rij'iare. 12 lines, one insertion, Jl 00 Y.i:h uh uent insertion, 25 A.:'!it-'r'.5 Notices, each, 2 00 Aiu.i'it : iit.ir ' Notices, each, 2 50 fjUuti-rs' Notices, each, 2 60 :.-trjy Noti'.e.-, each, 1 0 8 trios. 6 7hoa 1 yr. 1 sqv.are, 1'2 lines, $ 2 60 . 4 00 $ 6 00 2 li tres, 21 lines, 5 00 8 00 12 0...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 December 1867

t 3 TI'?5T.iY IEIXSEURG, PA, fTnvABVxr, " : : : Re 2G, I8G7. A jiektiso of the Democratic Slate Central CmmUfee will be hold nt the . Iemoeriitic Club l?ooma, Harrisburg, on Tuesday, Jjin. 7, 18G7; nt 7 o'clock p. i. A full attendance is especially desired. Wir.M.t A. Wallace, Chairman. Cen. "WinsxI! Scott Ilancoclt. There is something in jv nam! The i;encr:il order of the hero cf Williams 'urg ic .".So:ning iha command nt Nov Orh'Rfis proves ihr.i we have at least one military commander, who recognises the Constitution as lie paran-.our.t .mv uf the imul, atui who is dit ermine to wield l.is p-wd in Subordination, to its provisions. Ther. Is on roYilary chieftain, who :J1 bwlicvvs tb'i chil pofver superior to the arra .. the niilifury in time of pro found peace : who still regards the writ t Huberts Corpus and trial by jury as the ioiomon biithright of the American peo ple : an 1 who is willing to aecord to wvcrtin Wtu'.es the power to govern themselves. Sacb a loan is worthy of th...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 December 1867

1 OZ2 T33225MSC 0& : DEC. 26, 1867. 01 AND PERSONAL. - VD CBESSOS liAnjlOAD. ,ter Monday. April 19, 167, J in :'.k,.vi,l will run as follows : ',0 VPKSSBUBO !' . connecting with Day Express ;-JrA't'ml Il'iU- Express West. .nn(tin(f with Pliila.. Ex. ,. . V.. lUU-vv.-o 'l-'t Md Mail West. t or on departure of Phila. .jiTor ou departure of Phlla. Ex- rt5S E.ist. , B,3 of thk Dat In accordance V''lun.red custom among country ' order to give ourself and ." r with the assistance of a boy, .'..r ei!'.: .es of the young man we had ' 1 , v we have been forced to per , ! tve et tire work of the establih ".i ' e V.;t tive weeks.) there will be in tVm th:s office next week. ;,el iu loind and worn in body, . ,! is Lave nc t come any too soon i'i. n''i''i'tuijity for recreation. i ".re are to issue from our pretn v, , k. .irl they have kept all bauds i' , -1' i I.ihjr. Our better half thinks - i Miii.iriy confine-iug and thus as well as our responsibility, be '.','.,) liv t! i is Chriotmas i...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 December 1867

It ! J "I ti t V t 1 ft i' v4 . ' f I : I I 'I i "$ .'ii 1 v4 H 1 f u! ' " j -A V i DjIbjt Wetlnraflons ofliie Mur dered Fenlaui. The Irishman (Dublin) haa published "Dying Declarations of the Manchester Victims." Tke Irishman, in giving these "declarations," says : "It has been stated in the English papers that the three vic tims at Manchester left written declara tions in the hands of their confessors. These did not think prudent to give them publication, just as they persuaded them from speaking on the scaffold. We, how ever, see no reason why these document.-, copies of which we have been forwarded, should be withheld from the public, more especially as they are worthy of the occa sion, and contain grave admonition to the eourts of justice." 1KCLAEATI0N OF V1LUAM HILIP AIXKX. 'I wish to say a few word relative to the charge for which I am to die. In a few hours more I will be going before my God. I prate in the presence of the great God that I am not the man who shot Ser geant B...

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