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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 13 June 1873

U'.r J Lis leli ns 1 It it b i vorra Late in, r .a Keni s agi mi; (Ml Ol Tue 11 sa IV''' the t the tr sat?- l.i:ef niM cervf a k'Uli:-' ,i ;ive- oflk "tuth ; ;i li:l-' II' the - tiiiy tnl- lid 3 LU ,1 in5i- -.e ft vcar jiif" , ii ndof e-. :eiiU'trl-. ftnAf- iiiui1 ii'. ill'1-, le I'r.ttins a Lt ad on a man rather A Ghostly Convention. "Ye local'' ian improves his appearance, but ' of the Johnstown Tribune, who coes in on Lead on a paper, especially if it i sensations with a vim that is perfectly as- . is such a neat head as the one donned this j founding, dibhes up Co mm unieations. -Johnstown, June 8, 1873. Mb. Epitok The traveler, in passing COENSBURC, PA., I - " tllA Alhlona Mornintl Tribune ' : 7" tbroh cumrtiy, Wiently observes . V - -' . . ' J V -lVOfcJ HI 1 UCMlV t Y t il 111.' ? , l.ilOlltll! i - - .i . Tuna 19 icrn - . , ( " . . j, , ueauues or tusieets, vuncli, irom naviu JUilt 1.-), lOiO. ntids muchly to its beauty, even when, as ) issue of that paper, but very considerat...

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. — 13 June 1873

LiZ l&Sl 'M.. IZT' 211. J22 Z'ie At'r i!uUf tattl Visit Lit if. iy year. Tito penalty for killing out j j :.. -.- A-'C- Uy ' - -asoii is $"), for each rabbit so killed, j i vr ;';;;;!,,, . Ling rabbits with a fenet is foi bidden J " ' : ; 3131 i2 jit Tfat our readers niay.be thoroughly post ed on these points, and thus avoid making themselves liable to a prosecution through -ignorance of the law, we publish the follow- ; V iiig summary of the late ad defining the ; time and manner in which li-h and game , of various kinds may be taken within tho j.u isdictionof the Commoiiwcailhof Tcnii- . svlvania: ! oame. ; No person shall puisne or kill any deer, j save only from the iirsL day of .September j to the first day of January, in any year. j The pursuit of deer with dogs is forbidden ) .at all times. Trapping of deer, except for family ttsn, is also forbidden. The peualty j for the violation of the above law is a line of $50. Any constable or town official may j kill any dog that h...

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. — 20 June 1873

f ivjcPlKEt Editor ana PUDiisner. Bh. u HE IS A FREEMAN WDX THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AM) ALL AJKK SLATES BES1DB.' Terms, S2 per year, In advance kUMB VII. EBENSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1S73. NUMBER 22; , ; i tisemexts. MALE OK PEMALB, WO iaranteed. Ke nny or evening; i,,.,..tyi"i",,,atl,oino,2 etiong and valu- . r 1 , ; I a i7h i rents return stamp, M ........ 11 vnr vi . v i. KTand BOOK ACENTS 1 a uvv at onc e Tor circulars, 4c, (which I 'Ipfii : f re'.1.1 riteribina; a new and superb ,f gi t l.y a popular artist, Dow nearly Lr i.. vvnfiionced agents should has- UllU IS DUIO f.U UUTVS Mil m a3 fiire t rritory Unusual inducements MAt'LKAN, Publisher, 733 Sau- i Im I'r'HR. Sale increasing. t,000 i lVB Ati KNT3 WANTED lor our TnGSTONE 2 tears ijc AFRICA I L. nines. on!v fcl.50. Inccmple and infe f .vTireoffered, look out for theiu. Sond. i aud te proof of thonreatest saeeess . - i). .. L- i r I im Ttan inn wnrrn Kill ti RVW.AKI) BROS., Publishers, t.iie Philadelphia. Sure curs for nil...

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. — 20 June 1873

2 32' 1st f1 " S The Fnnnci's" J'arty. !:;enscurg, r - - - - - .June ZO, 1S73. tors 1 Y t o x v. xr x . The 'Democrats of Cambria piunty rj lUtd to meet a" their i.Siinl pluoe '' "'''!" nllCtioiis in tht-ir xevt-i'Ml l "," ''-" Oil CttUHDAY. Jl".k -'1st. K7::. ami elect two iiHreUrH from each district t.. met t m Oiill ty CWveutlon. in Eiienstiur. ou Mo. jja . -lit u5i omlnate a County Ticket and trims act suck other Minings as m:iy Ite t bought u1- vlsattle tor the k-o.i.1 r I'url . KL..ii. rutin the township to he Iiclil UCtW the hours of Zaiitlii o'clock. M nil in I lit boroughs between the hour or 3 hum . " cuirs. T. M. By (truer of the Executive Nmiuiil tee. MATH AN I Kl. HoKNE, Chairman Johnstown, Juno i, l'a:i. A judicial election took place in Il linois a little over two weeks ago, in which two Judges of the Supreme Coiirt and thirty-oue Circuit Judges were to bo voted for. The .Judges of the Supreme Court in that State are elected by districts, and not by preneral ticket. T...

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. — 20 June 1873

iENSBURC, PA., fyq Morning. - - Jane 20, 1873. IoCaT W p,? E R S O N A L. 1 Thr and, the Other 11 tier. ,-tadful bt is what everybody Xllie fx. bad ?nd "different are all i i, !r more rain. .!" r trains, except Southern Ll PJ""SV- ... it.t. uow stop atCresson. 9' w time-table fur the Pa. R. 7. be iu course of preparation. LA m Brown, who was black, formerly f3lollii)'bM,'&' was killed iu a weU in f!1 man, Houck, fell from swing, L Altoona, slightly injured, Sunday thifrrroation has been nade against ral Altoonia for violating tho local f if vou buy flour from M. L. OatmAii, i market. ky close. LJlr. ( en, sr., oi jacuson town t gone Kuropeward on a vuit to tat bei Unil. LWe M l" wsue oujf next paper on xbv w,ul lue IUJ1 I'toceeuings .The Clearfield Republican County Ltion 1m declared for Hon. iSani'l ,l5 for State Treasurer. .Ikni!"11' tl'at 15 per cent, on the at is!1 Oxtmaii says can be i hi Iwjii'tf t 's cheap cah atora. Ja liiiaiiD body partially petrified and YUtnv stone kn...

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. — 20 June 1873

li SI2 ITSfeS ISIS ISIS. T2"-15. 162 Omm . elf .os killings r a runs. FAIHIOS KlS FISET I-IKY FITS V 1S FELLOW FLl.NKY I IS is. FASHION. ' - . ; Pnnliion is a trod Jesi. - She is ov the maskuline, feminine, and nnter gender. Men wor.sl.ip her in her masknline form, wiromin iu her feminine form, and the ex cent ricks in her nufer gender. . -. I She rules the world with a straw, and makes all her suppliants. J 6he enslaves the poor az well az the rii:h ; ' she kneels in sauktuarys, romps in cabins, and leers at the street korners. i- bhe fits mana foot with a pinching boot throttles bim with a stubborn collar, and j dies his must ash with daikncss. She trails the r.tchsilk ov wimuiin along the filthy sidewalks, leads sore-eyed lap dogs with stiing, and bani.dus.helplct-S children to murky nniserya, in the kareor faithless hirelings. She cheats the execntric with the clap trap ov frcdom, and makes bim serve her in the habiliments ov the harlequin. Yea, verily. rrs. Fun is the soul's ve...

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. — 27 June 1873

-c-.:-s TV A -vN &m '.-: -e ' l ..." m &3 --v -- ..-'i;V'' --cp;:a, Ed'taGr ancl Publisher. IIE IS A FliEEMAS WHOM THE Tl'.IJTn JliSC FllKIg AXD ALT. AltH SLAVES r.ESIDE.' iern-.2, per year, In advance. 4 QU VII. EBEXSBUI1G, PA., F1UDAY, JUNE 27, 1873. , 'Cv;y ;v -V H--V Vm-vr rypr ;pr 'tester mm V-i ' vAV J y-A ihT I iNij k Li n . vy a.v? I 4 ,-, r r s n i u o ! BV .SOSEI'JIINK l'OLUXD. !vi s J .1 v-:"-'.' ' Ml i n f sr 111- ' Vin tiiiuk it is -.isy your stejs to retrace, Ii l"oif tlie hint liiti'all is y;ihieil, rt.t i.otuity at las ass:iil:uit,'n!ul .cail, "I shall slnnd zens of IJrussels doclareil that while j n oliiijx so h-spt ratt-lv mi-ht .v- and rest, but thou slialt go ou until the walking in the forest near the city they i come prolonged for cent in ie. last day." ! met anaged man iu tattered garments, j There has hcen a great deal of eon- At llicso -words Ahastierus bet down whom thev invited to an intu lie ie- jerture as to the process lv which the the child ; a...

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. — 27 June 1873

Ebensburg, Pa., rrUluy, June 27, 1S?3. Jtemoertitic Cvunty Ticket. assembly: HENRY SCAN LAN, Carr..lUown. HERMAN IJAU.MEK, Johnstown. TUEASritKR. A. D. CKISTl'. Minister Township. commissioner: KIrtVA '.ID GLASS, Kbciisburg. rooK iiorsE i:uh tdk: ANSELM W'EAKLASl), Chest Twp. cokosf.r: K. II. SING Ell, Johnstown. auditor: II. B. FREIDHOl'F, Conemaugli Horongl.. jury commissioner: HENRY TOri'EK, Adams Twp. It appears from the books of the Treasury Department, that forty -six members of Congress, inclutliiig Sen ators, have refused to receive, or hav ing icceived, have returned their re spective portions of the extra pay swindle. Many of them have only reiented at the eleventh hour and have been reluctant.- compelled to adopt that course by the force of public opin ion, which has given no uncertain sound. Tiie proceedings of the Iemocratic County Convention will be found re ported at length in the local depart ment of our paper. It was a full con vention, every election district in th...

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. — 27 June 1873

gzz rosins iesixsv 3EEr,D?B.ffi3XE:.Tjsrskcw. -etxcjie: .1 th X!' i U't he c ip si icrc n Leo 'in tl LseJ ' jeii )! ts ttlc ll. .i'i ri' sail FREEFiHH SS rBENSBURC, PA., I, ;Tlirninir - - June 27, 1373. irrrTAN'D PERSONAL. f Hi, at. T'lflff. ,'H is tilling "P- s Belmont. .M t Wilmore s big pic-mc on ,u't 1 uli of Jlll'- llltT ll i e.ivy ram Ji"-'; ",o",- .till needed. e met tlie enemy and we aro for us. 'We have M.mi' S I in- I'll ... :..!.- t will be issued on the 'VviMHH'H ' " -f1 ..i 41. r.t iriuul nn- J. 't ;' ".by m'Xt the cliime of bells for St. "l ' ( atli-'lie..' church, Coiiemaugh ",, wiu i.e blessed by Bishop Dome- G:itwali1, our good-natured butcb 4 -J ..fl'iM-s a fine property in Loretto l l, at i-iivate sale. See advertise- f n,os Slain, recently injured on the 1,1 at Ii win's Station, died on Friday t bis in Cambria borough, this '1 l)1,'c things our editorial breth " .UM't tmr eandidacy having avail i 'ii'li'i condolence ia the next tiling I nf j.rnperty holders along...

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. — 27 June 1873

J ! I IS f - -- l ---.J J A 'I " ,u "cut i-j :k 2 ns &? 2r ' 2 . .I?. W'P rW ! iin . .J -i f 1 s . ' 1 J- C t ,.. r - .f . r- r r 1 F.vcvjbo'dy tviH renumber that Matilda j Tciou, tli.; acfi.-.s, while in t';,l". T. i ;i i . ' s,,mc curs sli.ec, m;unl a 1-twyer p :- huly kno.. as -Harry ilyrne,- from who,.. - :tl.M-I.M,ir.cnilyi.atfd. l.i. hisdi at!., ;,arortwoa;pS Miss Ileronwci.t toS:o. Cram h o ill the hope of s eiiri':' porli"ii ( nt l.-ast of the handsome pn-i eM m said t.)hae lifl, ia which ...., - , levo, she laded, byrne was miiifihJily cdmitud .oln, fl. a:ul scholarly l.terarj altaiimieiits and of m :r mal and (1 - ( tin. nt pcni'iis as an a.iv oeato. Among tl.o hi.-tanc. as f his tact as a j.roM ontor, j Hi-- ' i'Ii i inj from a " 1 'i bt o 1 apvr, is per- j haps tie most striking : Some time in tle year 1 , agent'., man liont riio section f the c mntry, hoip? -ii-- ' l-least-J with the coinuici, actions, or r.N ( 'Tanothor. manifei ti.i.1 his li.-ani o al I'S i l..lil...

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. — 4 July 1873

I igi. A A AAA, AA A. ft v 13 ft V-O5 McPlKE, Editor and Publisher. " HE IS A FRfcEMAN WHOM THE TRUTII MAKES Fit EE) AND Al-L. AKE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $2 per year, In advance; m m. mm li ,11 1M , Km, w?-. wwvi r v my m.m mm vjej i,ra r 1 9 VII. n tisi:mi:xts. ilMi I L.SSSE ' VMfel an,l worn in places, ". ,,, ,,. niiriil Ht home, day or evening; f aded and worn anil old, "' i , '.'nil i t-.i; 1 nil instructions and vain- 1 -r.. . . i . ., . ' M ; ' ". .'I t ........Is M-nt fiee by mnil. Ad- i tears i it leavft their traces, tf "..t .-.Tits return stamp, M. YOUNG As I smooth it out fol.l upon fold - -V' ., .,.,:!. Il-st., N. . . .... jure i ..iwf i rt' inni.i. ai:.. iivii I'n vv 11011 i ruitu;- r t tiia i . . ...... l , 'rr 1 :l l,"l,,,ll,r iti.t, now nearly f: i..'..'t .unci which i Pir to have an & r'' X- i ii-t'-C(l eircfltsshnu ll haS- 'L ii n t ; i y - Unusual imluceinents i who Mican steady, etieixet- C', ,-,'p W I.KAN, l'ut.lishrr. TWSan-'',-lr!':"' l.-l'hw. 8 in i r, .. ...

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. — 4 July 1873

5&S3 J3JS H?S.naC5JL. Ebensburg, Pa., JVfcy, - 7uy , 1873. TJie Ifj'entetl Aspirants. Lager Beer and Ale. In a discussion in the Constitutional ' . Convention last week, on a resolution The amount of capital invested in toadiouni until September ICth, Judge A Young Bigamist. Demofnttk County Tleket. AssrMPT-v: HKKRY SCAN LAN", Carroll town. fHEKirr: HERMAN BAl'MEK, Conemaugh r.oro'. TKKASCKE: A. D. CRI8TK, Minister Township. commis-MONf.r: EDWARD GLASS, Ebensunrg. FOTR HCt'SE DIRF.CTOK: AX 8 ELM WEAKLAND, ChmtTwp. cokosir: R. II. SINGER, Johnstown. . A't'IiITOK: H. B. FREIDHOFK, Couema.igli IUirough. jcky coaMismoKEK: I1KNRY TOPPER, A.lams Twp. f lv apportioned over the county as the ; estimate wmen wouia be placed upon it ; not at ajj crcditable to his age and one which is now before the Democrats , by persons who have not given the j IH?r;cnce ju public life. He assei ; of Cambria seeking their suffrages a j matter eome consideration. At the re i that jt was not safe to life a...

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. — 4 July 1873

J3; f CAMBRIA FBEETjA. fBENSBURC, PA., horning, July 4, 1873. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. f there, ttnd the Other Place. tL J'"1? we celeorate e dy our Pa r "erection of a Lutheran church cd j . t heeii ci'tunienced at Wilmore. ctL,r.k Jordan, an employee in the steel Tnhnstowil, had one of his hands lestlay afternoon. ,lwrushed Wednesday afternoon. ' .JJtt lirely tnule in "liuckleberries"is an ,J in ami about Portage and Lilly's when the proper time arrives. " u.v Kii iLontlis' postage riiu we Will . ,.f fmni Mitt flfvt ttaVrt it.'A. i-Judjje i.wj.re Dean and his associates will .si.n Argument Court here. Tgn Thurlday, the 24th of th ioiiaid Myers, a miner, w lie re. commene ' this month. las crushed r, '., .n Thursday tuoniintr of last k, by a full of coal in a mine at Penn "f ''("little son f David Powell, of Cam f" tuwii'P. fell on a large stone a few jjjo and fractured one of his legs iu I i.lac-es. v-.mroiie-liorse spring wagons contain ji J.izcn or more gipseys, of both sexes tariirt...

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. — 4 July 1873

4 clz: :r.a sis rf el sr ia: b LT3i2 isra r-sr j?2Twr -- ."ir's iri:i lock's comic sim It is not a little remarkable that while ' every American journalist is certain to J give tolerably copicious accounts of the ; whimsicalities that occur in legal court rooms, few regale, thair l-caJci-s with more than a meagre allusion to the pi-oceedings in !, .,...., ..( 11 I axv is treated i with profound respect ; love "h o:,rclcss j discourtesy. Justice, ui'l' her bandaged eves, .U-y koto to willi a t "- I ieitmle of .J.ip.Wese vfixMl i "hire upon tho feminine limine with the marriage- j torch they simply bestow a familiar nod, j and pass on as if they disdained even to in- ijuiic about her health, or titter the usual ' common place wisdom about the weather. Our cousins across the Atlantic do not bor- ' row, in this respect, a leaf from our exam- ; pic. They have a lleo'iM rar-tJeneral in London whoso Hcpoits arc always dissect- i ...t oi..-;.....- . ..ft,,. 1 iv I uiivru., J 1.1. Him -i . ....

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. — 18 July 1873

f a- I" J;: lift if i; n li' ti j;t tef t"' in 1.1V S!( :h. ll 1 II I. A f - ilia i tin mi e tl it HIllC ,r..' ' I . yicPlKE, Editor and Publisher. " HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE.' lof.i .uK vi r. Terms, S2 per year, ln advance; EBENSBURG, TA., FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1S73. NUMBER 2 etc. Try HOl'T, .,..eii " nirist'vcn' pain :vw York. -v ;K:NG 8JCKS FOR SUMMER CANVASSING " s u v-jmkn. attention! Bryant's -T- , ;,,. net '""t'." ' 'k- Arir lT"Uekeep- A- 111 " ' , .....I... .....1 LIkj ..... i '.' f n.i 1. 1- Ml-s needier Him 11 rx. fiuwc. '('-I mil I nr. Exclusive territory; : .1. l:. J'oUP CO., Xow York, 7r,,' an.l San Francisco. ' - 4':;' tr VTN-s-4 STORY: ' I'n rt)1' nlnriis: Jty h R. (Jnhl- i , - - J r -1 -1 r .M r 'inn rj. jjiih (nun. !'!",r,.tl historical ri'soarcli recount inir t T .,,.,. -nl th" womUrrul rrowth of I j ',' hikttir) of ilisriery since I lit- flood; ! ., I, ,,,, nii-iits. lllltllllltl tlitVt IllilUX. ,,n th'' tiist tiny liark, lio...

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. — 18 July 1873

TJEJiliJill. Cbensburg, Pa., TrUlay, twfj i', 1S73- Democratic Comity Ticket. IIENKY Sl'AM-AN, Carroll town. HERMAN UAI'MEIl, Conemaugh Iloro. tkkasckek: A. P. CItlSTE, Minister Township. commissioner: KPWABD G LAPS, Ebenshurg. rOoK HOVSK HlKF.CTOIt: AN'SELM WEAK LAND, Chest Twp. coroner: H. II. SINC1KK, Johnstown. avihtok: II. It. FBEIPllOFF, Coneuiaugh Horough. Jt'RY commissionkk: K EN II Y TOlTKh", Adams Twp. lion, I'larhson X. 1'otter's Sjeec7t. The democracy- of New "-York city ! celebrated the 4th of July in their I usual customary and spirited manner. ; The orator of the day was Hon. Clark- son . Potter, the present member of Jictter Late than Jfecer. Almt three weeks have elapsed since the tbhd annual excursion of the rennsyl SOMETHING AHOVT THE EDITOItlAh EXCVlt- t-lON TlllitH'l'K T11K LKHIGH AX1) u-mMlXR V A 1. 1. 1-' .vs. our burning thirst ana watching tlie jets of smoke f inff coal mine been ts many, . . . . . i , ? .- . . -ii t ... , , . . ii . r linl II we ii.i an opi...

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. — 18 July 1873

T a v in : sh'; w d. 3 ;d W vvi ,;;eii ,1tt! I CiaBBIIJBEEHjB. 1 EBENSBURC, PA., t...n.,.(r l. JJtlv IS 1871 tOCAL AND PERSONAL. There, oiul the Other llace. ",-ctt.. this caaty s uow a postal t.ev u:!cr office. X?cc notice of corner stone laying at .,,. c tomorrow. " ( il Kill riiT is in town, but said we 4 dii't mention it. Of course we won't. hiioona has eight building ana loan lotions whose aggregate weekly loans s,,c1I)0;it accommodates about one hun j -nests at present writing, with j.renty n f.r many more. iv young man Earned IVavib liad one X feet badly crushed at the Steel Vorks i.-nwii, AVcdncsday morning. j vs Shellar, freight braketnan, was ' ,a.raiifl instantly killed by two oil L at A!tcoiia on Sunday morning labt. n AU'Ki;l wc 'ogel named Jones 'rfvcivly injured, eduesday, by a ,o falling noon hun while at work amcd Calvin Ritter was drown- T i -t'.e Clearfield creek, Tike town iltaii.o!J county, while bathing on i -v iinn-cd Edward Levi nd ride, aged drowned in the S...

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. — 18 July 1873

IwM llitlhrlTli MMbJMM aop ' Clear Creek is a miniat me river that rnns through the canon of the san.e name. It descends upon a down prade of -hi1 ftct per jnik', w ith here aiid there a fall ' " tkv precipice lift cen or twenty feet i" height. I.arp;o bouhleis, forty and M'y n l t " di ameter, and weie.hii.jr thousand of tens, impede its dashing process cvciy two or thiee ltuiidic.1 y.nds. while its cuivcs are bo sharp and fremient tliat the stream tan riowhoie he wen for the distance of a thous and feet, (iraiiite cliffs two or tl.ree miles high project over it on either t-de, and give a flight fully romantic aid dangerous ap pearance to tho rushing torrent beneath. Just below Ulack lIa-. k, on the side of tho stienm, a small reservoir has been c-.u-stiueted in which is kept an ordinary skill'. Last Sunday two little tons of Mai tin I1". "Walker, aged resj d it. ly ten and t wclve years, got into the heat and weie si '.r.shhi", iu the water with a stick, when the fasten ing gave w...

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. — 25 July 1873

; , . . 1 J hr4 A MP4 illllll ' !o ' . . ' v J .:!. of itt 1' .i-V ..it I ' II'. Ja. "VIcPIKE, Editor and Publisher. 'HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AXD ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE.' OLL'MK YIL Terms, S2 pbr year, in advahce.' EI3ENS13URG, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1S73. I W k I W. 'W W L? WJl W T.I rmlLt i NUMBER 2C: 'isssj iwam-nn tears! UNKW.HAY f "Unmiliietiivei-, r iOLESALEAND RETAIL, -OF- coma, -AXlJ- jfMroii WARES, ! ' AXD DEALEIt IN ( fe PARLOR aii COOKING AND, HITiMffl. GOODS GENERALLY. I Ioll)iiir in IMUTLY ATTE.1ED TO. hjlSQ and 282 Washington St., JOHNSTOWN, PAs liiai- iing and reapihg achines. a U'l'sitfiicd takes pleasure in Inform ; I'miuuts of Cambria county that he the ng-ency for :tF THE MOST POPULAR AND RELIABLE ?ERS & REAPERS siiiture.I in the United States, viz: SAL AND UNSURPASSABLE -"IS rV ?fA!M i.'!v..n such universal satisfaction in vt nity during the past four j ears ; WmwL "BUCKEYE;" piy constructed and liirht-running 1 . over Iki.ikk) now in use. wi...

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. — 25 July 1873

THE CiBIUMli: Ebensburg, Pa., i TrUUi f - " - - - July 1 i Democratic County Ticket. ASSEMBLV: HENRY SCAN LAX, Carrolltewn. JSITFRIFT"1 HERMAN BAl'MEIt, ConcroaiiRh Boro". trkasirek: A. D. CRISTK, Minister Township. com mission En: EDWARD GLASS, Kbfnsburg. FOOR UOVSK MRFl'TOK: AKSELM WKAKLAND, CirttTwp, cokoser: R. II. SIXGKR, Johnstown. ArDlTOi:: H.R. FR KID II OF 1 Conemaugh Borough.' JVRT fdMMISSIONF.R: HENRY TOl'l'ER, Adams Twp. The Vacant Chief Justiceship. Xo more delicate ami at the same time responsible duty can devolve upon a President than the appointment of a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The oil ice itself is the hiirhcst and most dignified in the gift of the Chief Executive of the government, and is the most important and responsible position, in some respects at lenst, that can be conferred on any citizen. Pop ular opinion roar sweep away an in cumbent of the Presidential ofhee, but the seat of the Chief Justice is perma nently fixed, and is not dependant for the...

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