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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 January 1868

jj t. JOIIXSTOX, Editor VOLUME 1 p E I S & It E U T H , JJT Johhitonn, Pa , BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AM) UOOk IHXOLItS. KiKl'FACTURERS OF BLANK BOOKS, i'OETK-MONAI-S. PAPER D0Xi3 AND LOOKING GLASSES. Looking Glass and Picture Frarxes always pa hand, end made to order. A larpe and p.wt complete assortment of Di awing Room a:.d MUctllaneous Pictures, consisting of Cbrctr.oJ, Famtiagi in Oil, Steel Plate En yraVs, Pbin and Colored Lithographs, Vil Vrints, Fhotographs and Wood Cuts. This collection embraces a selection of large ilacd match pictures of Landscape and Do-oa-titf Scenes and Portraits, and 6,000 dif ferent varieties of Card Photographs of prom inent men, comic and sentimental sceues and topics of subjects by celebrated artists. We Ure also a varied aortment of BIBLES. PKAVEK. HYMN and SCHOOL BOOKS. HISTORIES, BIOGRAPHIES, NOVELS, ic. iioiigiu3 Prints and Emblems in great vAritfty, and the largest and most complete stock of S I'ATIONER Y ever brought to this roaaty. COO ne...

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. — 9 January 1868

v, I I ' x- " r- Trrrijcivf,':, TV 1868. Til C&&lS Aflli BRGDT, e yr ""5ttntty ljBObpiS M':fu1. of. ! j The toio'tl nternercip warfare is fj' ;.t the Beit for that whitep6me discussion I i' rn comparison of 'vie ws- which are the 16 ssion f n-l comparison of views- which are the . cry lifetatno:tbf Tl"Ueput3tc. Especially viis all . discussion discarded during the ' " r 'x - . .. rzievit rebellion,' but sn attempt to discos r irstions of uationcl importance not "only endangered the safety of the offending press an I typrs, but .the personal safety of the'. w i er who would be. hardy enough to as .ail any of the measures of the "Govern ment. - ' :.- ' " ' 'J: Democratic history would have tM'ght ' the minipns of power, that the integrity of the Constitution and Laws could "be prev- f ' ton el, no run tter how severe or tedious I tS- ruggle of urm. Too war of 1812 ,i J s;ed rtfirly as long as the late rebellion, " . j and was fjei against the roost powertul t j ra -n oa salih....

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 January 1868

? ft J"" W ' V JAN. 9, 1S63. Tand'personal. Local and General. f vi-s of '9?e should never eat 8re referred to an advertise ": "C;e(,gerin at. public sale valu Rf Summerbill, this countv, l-V t:.l, f j Cai.le C'lpnpion, recent ly estab "'toc't:e loud for Dan; Rice for 5o t!:e great showman is - ?t:r. -,V" lie would make a bully .tc.viv.tss- 'j.E-"Hi. Coroner elect, has de Kh.keAd, Eq , to act in his stead '.''itr. No better selection could '", t Tit we cannot find it in . . W!?a tue illume iii uuuuuaui.tr !c liis new posish. V-rii Gnty Teachers' Institute '- . ?it ,.,' r rrirng. ana wi.i remain in f ri'.ay. The rumber or teach ers connected with the profession, i:.:tn theirt c?ay. reached sixty. vCo?.'rK. of Cherry Tree, mem- ' Le- .-Mrt:re ironi ir:u w esimore Tflinna District, called to se; u his way t" Ilarrisbarg. The i live nn-J wiKle hearted Demo- pre -'ct that he wid make a ,ni ?H;e iPgisiiator. the f.'Ct fcipe your memory UT.cert in a;u oi me iiouns "F Cub is to come off at ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 January 1868

.0 I 1 t S i ft -J U 11 ,! ,!i; si ti 1 J :l 1 MB 2 s: 14 Eiery Day Philosophy. Hans Patrick C. Connor, formerly known by the nom de plume of ''Beau Ilacket," contributed the following to the S: Louis Huma Journal : Never insure your lift for the benefit of j your wife for a greater sum than ten tnous mdJ dollars. A widow with more money ihuii that is a dangerous legacy to leave posterity. The "game of life"'. is very like a game of cards. Time deals, death cuts, and everybody is waiting for the last trump. - I think men drink in crowds because tl.ey are afraid to drink by themselves. It requires a good deal of courage to t nd up alone and pour a glass of wins key down your throat. There are some inconsistencies in this world that I don't exactly understand. Everybody is anxious to jro to heaven, . but nobody is in a hurry about it. If a man is without enemies I would not give ten cents for all hi3 friends. .The mn who can please everybody hasn't ;ot tere enough to displease anybody...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 January 1868

. . f B. I.. J0SIX8TOS, EiUfcw. HE IS A PUKEMAN WHOM THIS TRUTH MAKES PUKE AND ALL ARK SLAVES BESIDE. II. A. MIIIE, Iu MISS VOLUME 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1868. NUMBER 4S WHOLESALE mm J.'f.IIiRSSIDERGER&eO., BI.41K STREET, OriVSlTE SCOTT HOUSE, JOHNSTOWN, PA., Hay eonsfcintly for sale tlie largest and best assortment of pure SSU6S & SXEPICIHES i:; CAMnaiA sovsty. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Pure Winss and Lifjucrs, best brands, 'lux J ii.Ak.ia jjUuu, 11 DYESTFFFS. W PUTTY. Iin' iii fuct everything lejt in a fir $i -class Vruy Store, ail if which Kill be SOLD AT CITY PRICES, MISHLER'S CELEBRATED ESTTERS, ly liio !;;'.. -n rr by th gallon. Or STOOiv OK Fsrfszieries acd TsIIet Articles aikuuwk-dgod by all judges to le the LAKGL'ST IN QUANTITY AND FINEST IS QUALITY OV AST J.V OUIS. TOWN. fc'LK AiKNT3 yon. fc&ira myyiifiiiiii nhiiii rfiiilS AND SIIAJ2I' MAGIC OINT2IENT ! ALL t'T.DKliS PROMPTLY fl T T T"" LOWEST PRICES. JcLnLtown, Aug. IS, lSo7.-ly, TZI33 OLDEST D...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 January 1868

1 1 5 Jan. 16, 1S58. enucratlc State Convention. Tho Democratia State Committee of jennsylvania have fixed Wednesday, Ihk Four. (l ni) Dat ov Makcit, 18G8, V- j I 12 o'clock m., RS'the time, and the 5 jfall of ilia Iluuse'of Representatives, at iarnsburg, as thp place t for holding the nnual Convention of the party. It ia ordered - that the- Convention be prnpaeed of one member fox each Sona- L pr and Representative, who shall be clect- '.1 in the usual manner, and they will leet at the lime apd place aforesaid, for Ijj'e purpose of nominating candidates for uditor General and Surveyor General, ' d of selectimr Delesates to the National ,' ivention for tho nomination of candidates ( ,C? President and Vice President. ; I The members and committees of the or . Oration, and all conservative citizens V'lo can units v.ith ua in tho support of istitalional principles, are requested to ceod to the election of ths dcleg'vCs in V.'!; ... . or respective districts. . order cf Ihe'Dcraocratic ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 January 1868

V V JAN. 16, 18S8. 'D PERSONAL Last week was a E3!i Privity at the County Seat, es sdJ pleasuro held a dm- ci n of tie Teachers' Insti lW.av, 7th inst., and :r'l;: a until Friday evening. ."s.'iJ.-soiH seventy or seven .y0ctlv females. being pres 'li4"cver by tho efficient Mr. T.J. Chapman, tie cause of education arc Superintendent Jack, 'l"ln experienced practical -"""Jt and was a most import- ta the assemblage. Mr-i0. ''Ti LthtMrs from York coun-.-4 off in the House, also Slivered several highly in .i.nirtainins lectures.- Indeed, ca of tke ablest lecturers on t'pirt we have ever usilucu iu. .1 Pircctora were also present, j to ba much gratiied -with the Uv liiglt Cyrus Elder, Esq., lec- LU . . . . - , l . " 1 I 1 A m ceauiiiui mouguis J, and Lis rendering of Hawthorne, and the great a lie wl ;JS.2 l'TC'1 fy&ur.g friend, Mr. Win. Galbrait! t""5 '?ri 0!1 a brief visit to our '- :n iil.ii was represented rsons of Oj?.:sidee, Flem. Hollllay, G-d Casbria friend. Geo. M. Riddle, it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 January 1868

a.Z,!.....'.. J: C?:fv S3 cat f I ; 1 1 t t . 1 i , 11 is sai'i an eniurr.r.si.n:: i anKO, ir.v- rJ'sJ,fvr' r---r.w-,-,rr.,, in" loucht an islam! m tk Ch;o Kivcr, 1J i:h and French lirf'ino- km-.i lias tocke.l the same with black cats, in tending to go into the fur trade. This Young Ladies. . Accomplished Educators, healthful location, leI:rLtful iiver-iddf. rr-- rcminds us of a similar experiment, which i Icncc- "c1 home-nko comfort, are the chief was made many years agoi by a senile- j ''nT- cf lvhwJew sd beautiful Institu tion who refold in Mrrln.1. Thi i.W t!on Ai'irt.y handsome chambers limit the struck him that tho fur trade was so I t istv ml) . i tot bi hi'j j I jl : iiii.-Lilo xli JD I AltiLiriS' ,GrS;.i anlod to engage ln ? business cunnpr the Winter, paying from $.5G to jcr racsstaa. Address ZIEGL2R, McCURDY tc CO., Ko. fiU Arch St., Phihxda. . iiui,.u. m uoarucrs io sixty. rcco;Hi t-rra c. :irrrrer.rc TiV h let IPCi fr. i crative it wornd be much better to raise 1 addres...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 January 1868

If ft X t 'f 133 Tjlf iWT OfcVrv " 1 VTUM " IVXvrii 4TSS ft rr t. jtS jSa IV A j. el!STOS, Editor IIB IS A FHEEMAS WHOM TUB TttUTII MAKEll 'UE3 A71D ALT. AUK SLAVE! BJCSKB XI. A. JPriSE, Iatllslicr. OLUME J.. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1868. NUMBER 50- WHOLESALE m 'xriiiTiiE- II.mBCSSBR&CO., ;stow;, pa., fcr -'.'c t'iO Largest and bt ..rt2.er.t cf pure a MEDICINES i : (.AIM'.'.!'. cocntt: VNTSj OILS, VARNISHES, ftjcohol, Ti?rpentJuc, sV!nes and Liquors, best brands, 4000 Lbs. Whito Lead, m mmift. iUto. mil. ..-in nTTii (ithwii r? s m rirtT.-rxr i -id '. "ii-i everything kept in a first dmss Vrioj $:re, all ij" ichich trill be LD AT CITY PRICES. SHLER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS, v the tivzfcc cr ly the gallon. 'ciaerios r.ad Toilet Ariiclea acknowledge'! 1a all jud.ces tu to the !!'.?. 3' r .V qr AST ITT .:" VISEST LS QUALITY AM IV OIU TOTVJl. Ml mm Ml BITTERS MAGIC OINTMENT ! o::dep.s promptly filled at lowest rmcss. JLartD, Aug. 15, lSC7.-lr. f I10l) COMPETITION ! ESTABLIS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 January 1868

4 t . h 4. I i ;4Y it fir" 1 ! .! ., t ' "' A 1 1 t E7LSti$URG, PA.. TCT'.saT, i 2 : Jan. 23, 18&Q. STAXTOJf. 'i fis man has taken particular care to achieve for himself an immortality of in fkrny. When the rebellion was hatched ho was watcliing the iest witA much so licitude, and encouraging the incubation of treason. One of the last weaknesses of l'resident Buchanan was to make him hid Attorney General, and give him power to increase Southern disaffection. Finding the rebellion waning, he sought R!-1 obtainued a place in Lincoln's Cabl et, sind by hie wrong-headed perversity fifii.-ted Wire and others in starving Union rri?c.n:.-s, by refusing a fair system of es- hanC of prisoners between the two armies. Jlewas unfortunately retained in posi tion by President Johnson, and suffered HEAVY EFFl'SlOXS. .- The editor of the Freeman owes his readers an apology for the scarcity of editorial matter for several weeks past. In Bad truth he has been confined, night and day, in a liankru...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 January 1868
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 January 1868

ULL ' v UH IB A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH HAKES FIIKK A.BSO ALL. ARE SLAVES DBSIDB, VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1868. NUMBER 1. . n - i -, -i v A. Library ef Universal lafonaalUa THE NEW AMERICAN CYGLOPjOIA : A Pffpidar Dietionary of Central Knowledge. EDITKD BT QEO. RIPLEY AND CIIAS. A. DAY. Aided by a notuerous tsclect corps of writers in tifl tranches of Science, Art and Literature ! Jv IS Zarje volumes, &mo. 750 dauLle-ovlxntm pages in each volume The leading claims to public consideration wkich the new American Cyclopedia pos sesses may be thus briefly stated : "1. It aarpfti-ses all other works in the full xm aud ability of the articles relation to th Unit.! States. 2. No ether work contains so many re JUWe biographies of the leading men of this SJid other nations In this respect it is fur rupit'r even to the mere bulky Encyclo j.jjia Dritaonicn. "A. The best mind; in this country bare lo employed in enriching its pages with the litest data, and the most r...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 January 1868

TIIFjREEIIAN. XBKXSEUJiG, PA., StarEAj, : : : Jan. 30, 168. orn tCOl year. Tin Trecnan this week entera its ssoond year. It boasts the lett subscription list aud more reading matter than any paper u bibbed in the c unty. Dur'mg tire last year we did mere than we promised, and can only premie to do nor bet Soi the future. With tLis we know our readers will be sati.-fiod, for in the language of Eurn, : "II wLojdoes tbe bent he can "iU wlik-a do mair." KEtRl' AND MEXICO. The Alleyhaiuxn ?ays rur rcjrmrks ia re ference to the "f'.Vre," Joan W. Geary, in oounert.ion v;i:h tht Mexican war, is "rc- JhrDAntly repudiated by every Mexican sol- icr in ocr mtdfct." If the amiable editor of that paper was as old as the editor of the Freeman, he would remember the meeting held in the Ebc-EcX-arg Court Ileuse, by the "Cumbria Guards," after their return from the Mexican campaign, in which renolutlecs wera adopted dcLou&c'iBg Gtary for cruelty and cowardice: nd at which meeting the uncle of the...

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 January 1868

u J .. i - i! THE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, jJ. 80, 18C9. LOCAL W PERSONAL. TLtr s n possession of Mr. 5t-tt!omojcr. of Sumicrhill township, wich baa produced three calves within a ycvr. Wm. Boll, of Jefferson cminty. was in ctaritly fcillad, week Ltfure lap t, by a limb cf a tree, which foil ou him while engaged in ch ''pjug.. Some graceless ecarrrp entered the Indiana Messenger ofilce, one nipht recently, ami jftilo therefrom a pair f new boots belong Tv3 to one of the compositors. A coal miner n.crrd Jacob Winters was no riocsly injured by a fall of ulate iu a mine at Fenn Station, not Tong since, that be died in a few days after the accident. Wio Martin was killed and Wm. Fox had both logs broken and an am crushed, n tho 18th in&t., by the caving in of a por tion of a coal bank near Lockport. The in juries of the latter will likely prove fatal. lh boiler cf-an engine ut a Pteam saw mill, some two irilea west of Ligonier, ex ploded on the 8th Ids!., making a perfect wreck of the bni...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 January 1868

bt rkqpest.J Till 41. II Y Jl'DQES. Every member of the bar, says the 2f. Y. Tramcripi, will recognize, on reading tli admirable article which we rcproducs from the Solicitor's Seurnal this morning, tli at we are suffering from the amu hsste in our trials which is. charging the Nisi Fnus ia England. Tha trial of a cause in utittiy Mtiex now-a days ia conducted nut by tha counsel on either side, but by the court, and although the result La to materially sbortan the procsodings, jot neither party lias been able to set it be fore tha jjry according t hia own theory Add it is hi right ta do. We have often seen a cross-examination, j-isf as it promised important rssulla, ruiRtid by the interposition of a Judge, to whom tha unlortonntA questioner was obliged to ex plain the maUiUditj of his Questions. Troe, it is a sor trial tu patience to be obliged tm listen to immaterial questions repeated with abundant poveity of varia tion, but the same practice which relieves Courts and Juries from ...

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. — 6 February 1868

f It. L. JOX2IVSTO, Editor. HH 1 X FaBEUlM WH021 TRVTII MAKES FREB ARD ALL AUE ILATE1 CKMD2. VOLUME EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1868. NUMBER 2. 4 ft Louisa Muhlbach's Historical Novels. L. APPEETOX & CO., 413 au! -A IS liUOAUWAT, Xw York, HAVE JUST PUBLISHED T11K EMPRESS JOSEPHINE. An Histo rical Sketch of tho Days of Napoleon. 1 v..!., 8vo. Paper Covers, 4l.o0; Cloth i'2. iNAl'Ol.l.ON amd tls QUEEN OF PRUS SIA. 1 vol., 8vo. 1'aer covers, 11.50; Cloth. THE DA (J G HTEE OF AN IMPRESS. 1 voh.Svo. Illustrated. Papc-covers, 1 1X0; Cloth, 12. MARIE ANTOINETTE AN! HER SON. 1 vol.. Svg. Pat er covers. $150; Cloth, $2. JOSEfil fl. AND HIS CULTf. Transla ted froAi iho German by Aelaide de V. Chaiidrr-n. 1 vol., 8vo. Coth, $2. rKEDEPJCK THE GREAT AND HIS COURT. Translated from the German by Mrs. Chapman Coleman ad her Daugh ters. 1 vol., 12mo. 434 pa. Cloth. $2. BEhl.lN AND SANS SOUS; oa, FatD j:rick the Grkat and Uis'j'uieneSw i vol., 12u... Cloth. J.2. THE MERCHANT OF BERLN. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 February 1868

: FREEMAN. 2.X1NSLULG. PA., I'Eli. 0, 1SC8. -i-L-':'j::o fix S r.i-:-. arc so oa.sil; , ite I :n to bo fin- vi i l1. ) f v'kmi i'.iti-jh. Nero fi Mlel, . - i .i it i i i ' i,,,c Ali-.j t ii.ii. i us ilotermlru'! to hi- ! :t it. : !;- n: j.i t:.t rnon! wtii! th i i t .. . . .. !"! (Ji.nrcr.,, i., lraii.-firmirc a 1'rce Uu j .' i: into u A '...sola? a I)??pt tim. If ary !.; I i" i-f rvthn.l irony, upon tho cToings ' ' ' ;r'-. w o tlci-ire to refer him to an a l. i:i tlirtL prper f last weth, l.CaJod V -1 '.'',(:. '.ry 'icmIoii." ' i V." .V .. with mock gravity, re '. ..Lis th.it ') ,:.-atu.i.s of this kind shouM u. ii a put .tii aspect, and that this one u' 1 oir-.a.-s.-fvl in reference to questions "-v -j 1 1- the Supreme Court, when U .14 ii.i.llr.i' ; in CVnims avow the fact ;!: ve:y oljrctcf the ch.mge sought mi i- to ( ifei 1 qn -stior.s now pcmling. :C ihf Al'-fianian, wii'.i well ft-igneJ. 'ti:'', '-' on to say : "That the prc- '.;.!". - Orstit'itiotial we 'e not re-.1-, :i -.'...

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. — 6 February 1868

THE FREEMAN- TIItJHSDAY, FEB 6 ISO. LOCAL AND rR80NAL. EsMTOlAI.H3rW. I1- GfcKEHAfc. - A ruan named Tremble was canglit In a fly-wheel of a steam bbw mill in Hunting don county. vn.ondaj,tiiid killed outright. lill has received legislative saueiion creating another ward ia Johnstown bor i ugh. The fifth ward (Keruville) has lecn divided into two wards. A "Wasp" endeavors to sting somebody through tbe columns of thj Freeman. He a;s i. ut no name to his communication and we havo put it Into tha stove. During a receut iffray in Westmoreland coutitv a man named Coul struck, another named Fecnell in the head with a coal pick, and the latter is rot expected to recover. Mr. F. J. Bavb.vrich, of Carrolltown, will offer r.t publio sale, if not sooner sold, on the 17th inst., horses, mules, wagous, household and other goods. See handbills. Au employeo of the Cambria Iron Cum pany named Uovlau, was so seriously injur ..! by a fall of slate, In one of the mines, a few days since, that he ia nut...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 February 1868

A SraANo.5 D;:s-.am axd its Fots-ru.- jis.SK Amon the victim o: tho lto Aitgola- dlstistc- whs a Mr. J. 1. Hay w;oJ, of Slate- Lino, who v; in the em pioy of iL Rnilroid Company as their j.geut ttt iLt'.t place. Tha Painesville (O.) AdrLef gives n secotrut of si ttrauge cirenr... ir the ccrrectnes3 of which it vouchee which Mr, A. hud just eix months befoie he lost bia life. It says : "He dreamed that he was away from j hoia?, iu a desert, when suddenly ho ts urd a terrible crash, arid tip'.,i lookup in the direction from which the sound proceeded ho raw a bright liLt, which Feeiutd to rouch to tha rj Leavens, and ht het.rd ecrf&nu and yells cf the nicsl frightful ami heert-retdinj character. Cn locking about hiai he riw tin augnM persor-ige a monk, Lc thought sitting ia high osur-jj r.iA be irqairod where all that cole collie lion. 'From hell, an swered tts monk, 'itid dreamer asked, VL.t does it tn&uQ V The monk replied, li icaus that you tnuft instantly die.' Mr. II. then...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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