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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 13 February 1868

I I -a r .. -- .mctTt-.- .. - . '.a..' 1 .. ; . . " " ' 1 , - - - , . - . -, . T- 1 1 , . -i r l. 1 "" ' I7 "' ".1 " f It. J03XXST05J, Editorr. H" M A EKJIAX WHOM THH TRUTH MA ICES FIIEKJ AID ALL AUE SLAVES BESIDE, II. A. 31'riltC, rabUfffeer. VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1868. NUMBER 3. RE AT Reduction' c PtaoES ! TO CASH ULYEUS! at thzi i:ui:xsi:ia HOUSE-FDKNISIHXG STORE. The undersigned respectfully informs tha citizens of Ebensburg and the public gerier allv tlt.it lie has made a great reduction in prices to CASH UUYKKS. My Mock will consist, in part, of Ceokiug, Parlor and Heat inj Sove.t, f the most popular kinds ; 2'in trare i f evi'ry description, of my own man ufaetu.'e ; Hardware of all kind, Bnch as Look-, Scicws, Putt Hinges, Table Hinges, Sumter Hinnes, Bolts, Ir.-n and Nails, "Win dow Glass Putty, Table Knives and Forks, Carving Knives and Forks. Mat Cufters, Apple Parers, Pen ami Pocket Knives in preat variety, Seizors. Shears, Razors ami Strops Axe...

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. — 13 February 1868

1 3a331H2SSE-fE.12LJ THE FREEMAN. ZEZXSBUllG, PA., TDEdnT, : : : Feb. 13, 18GS. r -11 1 ni -n tt man i an m pi m m m , t-i DATIS A.VD-L(.TO.. The )tfinocratrc Statu Convention, to iu:i ut IIurTioliurg on the 4th of March next, among its other duties?, will nomi nate cnniidutP3 for Auditor General and Surveyor Geneial of 1 V-nnsj Ivaiiia. Sev eral drj-:ihijUKheJ gentleman have been nnrnt-d in connection with er.eh of these ' ' ' ' vei.tion will phrve before the Democracy 101. m i :.f i o ttj.ii. t: nooi.t mo lot t onv hueh cundidatcs as will command the uni- veial support of the party. Whatever claims other candidates may possess, it scents to tin that our standard- t Mirer of If Co should again receive thi i.omiirution. They both received the full -7 Deuioeroiic vole t.'un, and they seem to ., . , , , ti "ially entitled to it noiv. 1 hey are 1 J ' )oth nteii of education and talent both posits ui! the requi.-ito qualifications ;md both shed their blood to preserve that ! An exchange...

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. — 13 February 1868

i THE FREEMAN- U I III USD AY, FEU. 13, 18C8. LOCAL ANJLPERSONAL. ij.uid after Mo;nly, April IS, lft7, jii:vE KcssacciKi At C.05 a. ii.f connecting wiili Day Exitcm East and PLila. Express West. At 7 16 i". ., connecting with Phils.. Ex. E ..-1 and Muil West. I,i:a vu 0i.Es.-iON At y 21 m., or on ilc nurture of IVda. Hxpresis Weft. At HAO v. m . , Or on departure of PLila. Fx- 'rers Ea-t. M.t SilANt. ON IkAMl'AfTi,. ,MC- Shane lias broke looe again, and dis courses vi a vi.-it to a tieighboi ing viihigc Ms follows, to wit : lhur T'recnmn I trust you will allow your old friend a nxhe in one ol your col umns. As I had a "pu" on the E'bern buig limuch, I saw the dnft of it, and took passage on a .-led for Cresson. We Lad a i 1 a.s.iiit, but exceedingly dry, jour i -)'. We ani used ourselves, Low ever, as bu.-t wo could. Uae" source of entertainment was a freth ly caught Philadelphia!!, whose superior knowledge was very edifying. Ad the tljfi rii -ii.'vi tcr was considerably below zero ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 13 February 1868

AWAY TO ALASKA. It appears lhat all the sohoolruarrns and mural reformers of New England are not yet provided for ia the unreconstructed w inore ot the bame sort, finding their tirue hung Iwuvy on their Lra;da End their enpplletj of "stamps" growing unpleasantly abort, Lave moved their fceimioiial filend, Kmry Wilson, to jtl up a "CoLUi&itftioa to iiuire Lato the uiornl condition of tho AhaAa Indians." We have been expecting this, tut we hardly thought it would be fjtrur.g oj.h.11 ua before the narm weather htd set ui. As tLo proposition bae been made, Low-, ever, we are iu favor of its being adjpte3 ituHH-'diutdy, on condition that th "Ccmi mlsfiun " take the Northern 1'aciSc fod and set out on their journey at nco. Tho Alaska InJiai.?, it appears, are a Yiudfu!Iy dist;ipatel set of beings TLcy hnve no Sunday-schools, do liq-ior laws, no conventions, dont care a fctraTV aboot the parent moral ideas of th ago, and pas mofct of their timo in gambling with Fiaall thells for lack o...

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 February 1868

w ijffirc- . : k - K. I.. JOIS'STOS, Editor. II MAKES FIIKC ASD ALL AIIS: SLAVES BEslDE, ii. a. 31'Piiii:, rati: VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, TA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1868. NUMBER 4. I in. m a tr iiwiia3Xji.z v iiuju. Tim TI1UT i , . - JllllAl UK DICTION IX P'tlCKS ! TO CASH PTYEliS! AT TIlll EUEXSKUaG ISOliSE-FliRXiSniftG STORE. Taj uu' rsi jued respc-cUully h:fnns the citizens of Ebcnsbr.rg and t u-j public cner ally tli it l u ha-" crviu :i creat reduction in prices to CASH UUYi:i:S. My stofk will ccijt i t, in part, of Cwki'ig, Parlor urn7. f'tal St'.irrtt. i f" the mo.t jj' T'u'ar kinds; 7Y;t-i.-tz-e of every ih'scrij ti m, of my own man ufacture; llarhrare of all kind, such as L ,cks, S.-iews, Butt Hinges, T..ble Hinges, Stunt cr II;iir:K, Bolts, Ir-n and Nails, Win Glass, Putty, Table Knives and Forks, Carving Knives and Forks, Meat Cutters, Apple Parers, Pen ar.d Packet Knives in ;ivnt variety, Sri. :,i.r.-!, tiliears, Ylsz 'rs aLI J-.'roiis Axes, II itclu H.iu-r.r rs, K. ri.-.g ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 20 February 1868

I;1 7-7y J" I --- - -: -: i , ., r t ,,-t my , Fib 20 1SC8. J!A.,iw:ai-o. Feb. I", lso3. J .'-zi of C i,..1 v ( ..rt iittejr. arulDel o JvV vt to li.ii Office .1: r.'.r iMits of IMe tricU to ihu c'. :.t Conviction. '.ULMAil A. WALLACE, Chairman :?y tho rt-spvc.Mo editor of the 4r:u-,e w- not 'at huine" in ; :.r--.t eij'tori.i! upproval of a Iead--M.i ht hi rvaper of lat week under ; r:.'i; uf "I:ick Fomroy." We do . i.-hange u 1th the La Crosve Denn-crat, la.royti p.1 per, but must say that artio'jd attributed to him, (maty of ii oiuu, enough, God knows,) we vc- novcr seen one teeming with such ;C p.L-z?, '-.rid relieved by so little wit, the ui tli !e w hich the Tribum b&fl chCfen r?i(v, - djyrncp, lis columns witb. i" h"(u our friend Jv9 not intend t.-i cot. vxk the li.ick hisisclf. JOUSfcTOWX TniiiCSE. Hnvipg been taken to task by the above j rr.a! for mi item in reference to the lar ie;.y of ome eher-p, belonging to a h'dy in I"ii.ri:'H7 wo retorted upon it in an arti cle Pu...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 20 February 1868

lift ST" 1 f r I'KK. 13, 1868. LOCAL mo PERSONAL. EnrroraiHT" Local asd Gknktul. Qr f;r, fit;; burg correspondent is informed that the Freeman luce is not for sale. Tho Elevation of the Teacher's Profed e,n" h been reoeivtd aud will appear ia our rext is-uo. Our very "promising" fviesd MacShar.e Las "gone back" on us again. Ah Hal said of FalbtaCf, "we could better spare a bettor nan." Our friend . in Huntingdon County, has our thanks. ShouV. like much to meet you in y ur pleasant Burg, anJ call with you i.pon our mutual friend, "Rye," senior. The Democratic voters of Ebensburg are rcjr.e.-ted to meet at the Court Iljuse this (Vedaasday) evening, f or the purpose of nominating a Borough ticket to be supported at the election cn Friday. In Jenner township, one of the moat Rad ical spots in the grii? .'y Radical county of Somerset, says tha Democrat, were hitly married Solomon Boyer (white) to widow M'Kelvey. (!,. ml.) and J 'avid Deetz (col ored) to Tolly Thomas (while.) The Tyrone H...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 20 February 1868

- - '11-i t:. t2Yu o dTutK-iiry, i.siiiii'is, a. BER'IARD W'DERfilTT,Tror.curcr of Cambria County, c ..ue tlit County at Jo, 702 ... ) i ( d f.e.V. K .r at.- C.-lh i r("' f..r A. - Vi ai s. '. I.O. G.J. 1 . 21.571 I2.i C'2i . i..;t 1 i. . t.s on ; .1 ns: ! : :(J.- lor ISC7 " prv iou.-; y .:s, ' ai.o it;t Pu-.r T "Xe-J, !"?., ." i. T. fS m f t-iit- C 1 .O'.j lin.V.i e.i ilJ.!;i, fyf '05 i.'i'i DTLViuU 5 V'MiV. m-c.-u .t 1 j,' ! T-ozes c.a eeat- t;.t ::.! rrfli'i' ?! hi j, for '07 76 CO 31 41 PMlJ T c - :0V!OM-! Vear i, .at i-t'.c! !o do rt bounty T a x e on .- ' I '. i.-.t tl laruld, for pi C ' !oUS 3"til"y, .;i..-jivf.l from inis- 30 109 S 684 18 1,1-12 1,193 573 409 ( r -A 1 ca red era p- 1 :,t:-v:or au Co. TuX, 1 ) iil:" -...U I (i.'iun h'si. -J aav'V C j Co.Lc d. r., OU Co. Tax, T. aiiiciiiit, of ilxi'iicrattc-ns f.l-Li- . . Collectors c:i Fvr Tax, T' uui'-unt i'!'j'a(.! on Cciaii- sioUS Oil Poor Tax, To an::ir.t tf Exonerate na aJ lowed CoReetois ou Military Ta-, To r.nt Coin' I...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 27 February 1868

f 1 ill Latwtf i iff m smmmmm wim . . 'sy " I . a. ?.. jrosirvsTo:, zMKc.r. HE IS A PKEEJIAS WHOn THK TliCTIl PIAIJLIi fit EE A.i) ALL AliE SLAVKS UKSIDiJ, II. A. Itl'PSIir:, I'ubII5icr. VOL UUP. 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, ISG8. MBER 5. inKklFF SALKS. l!v virtiit- f Mit.div wiits i f J.a AV .i.. V;ca J an, y.tc-.t IWi is l.m.-i r.-f . I the C,uit of Comim-i; ! lea.; of Can. Lisa au.'y , una to indirect o-i. Hue '.v,iii,,t.x. Kl-aisbltrg, .x.Jl..,,:hy. .c ' il.njaM,r? l ext. at 1 Vl.ck !' if., ti c f ;i vi.-i-Ji. : L.-tate, to wit : AH Ihc lil.t. f i:fo and m- 1 t. rest i)c:i.-l;-it:s ttc iklwi. or. t:i -an-.i io : a j. Kfc or j .naJ el haid Kl'MMtfd in ('! tick! i".v!;.i;i. C,;nois.i comity, a. J -:;aog ; f.:n!sof J.w.'i !. R.vsart. O'coj-ge Li.ighaiu. ! ) (iii.-r, c..::l..'uudg 170 a.ivs, l.iose or ::;,;;!.. r.; !,-;. c- v..f wl.i. 'u arc c'.t u ro.l, ; !-! r- in.-!j. f, ic. w in tt:o ucrnjMr:cv ( f Ja.-i.cs j V.'.-aklmi.l. '1. in x c:itiwT; 'ra. I f t c ; 1, it suit...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 27 February 1868

. ,.T - FREEMAN. SB1FSBURQ, PA. Thchsdat, Feb. 27, 1868. Och down-town contemporary, Tht Al lejiwiian, bade farewell to earth or. Thura diy last, but did not dio without giring the Democratic partj in general and onr County Coromiusioncrs in particalar the benefit of a purling salute. In order to place the latter gentlemen in a false posi tion it drew an invidious comparison be tween the expense of the Commissioners' t'tfieein this count j and tire expenses el the Fame office in other coemtiea vhich are entirely distinct and incomparable in many re?pects, and by do means proper rriterions to judge by. Absence from home and the duties pertaining to Court have alone prevented us from answering tho attack of the AlUyhanian in our pres- cnt number, but we will, and think we can do so pretty effectually, in our next The Situation at Washington. In speaking of the dismissal of Stanton nnd the appointment of General Lorenzo Thomas as Secretary of War, ad inttrim the refusal of Stanton, und...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 27 February 1868

A .I'-!, TEE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, : FEB. 27, 1808. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. KftTDKIl.mr.S LOCAL AND GfcKERAL. Tbr canal between Ilollidaysburg and Co lumbia is to be enlarged, A largo force of wnrknii'i! will be iut on as soon as the weather permits. Yo!;iay was Ash Wednesday, and the first day of Lor.t. In tho Catholic Church a seasou of forty days fasting and prayer is il 'served from tliict date, concluding on Eas ter Sunday. lltyfrB. Joseph Cole and Francis J. Barbe Tich. of Carrolltown. took their departure within the past week, for the Weft, to wt tle perri)nr i.tly. They were accomjanlcd by iheir f.tmilic. Ti e letter of our Alhw.a correspondent V.. r.'it reach us until Tuesday evening too late, we are 6. .-rry to fay, for Insertion, as ur type has always to bo up at that time in order to get to pres iu proper season. Our townsman . Cipt. "Wm. Linton hau leased the Fosir House, Johnstown, fur the term of tvo Year, and will take immediate piR.esfKii. The Captain has maie a popu lar l...

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 February 1868

1 j ; if mmn au expenditures of mm bounty. .Jaauary, A. O. IviP, 5jot!i rfajvi JncJusJ o. BERNAHD PvI'DlFI'MITT, JLM.C7. the C ' tUO '-3.702 To a mo Mat. of C'-i'i' v T-i:o3 n:' vid io .:. t .'in i it nvs fr r A. ' . i'.'.7 :.! ar.-vi.o';; vi .u.-, T- -.aa-van. I'.'.Y T .v. j .. do. To 'i.n.out.t R. !'..!" J8-::"-. do. T.j amount ?.Si:i- V " tK To amour. ' - '..ty Taxes ou seat ed and u:w.--.,.f."; lands for 1807 and previous v -rirss, To -..nif-ot.t P,.?.fT.:xt'.".''?-i. di.. To IT-!- ..: Relief T..J C. ' !! :C:U- C-d arid nn -"nted '. ;; e-5 am! pre ivis -, To amount-Iv..:-..'. T;'x?s on t?at-t-l .v.d unseat-. ha da for '07 and J rev-oia- yars, T amount Stlic-al do do To amount. Bouuty T axes -n y.,- Mfsi'! uaw-atpj ds, for n. 1 pi evioup ears, i,6?;l C21 75 J1 C 71 no 109 . 9 CS1 182 1,142 1,103 O -V ! at rf-'-rel irom m:s ' as soiinv. : T - o'.'. ' v t iw ivd rn redemp tion o h:ndi. To pu-.fi.i,: i f Ea .peril ions rd-bv.v-1 C U -rr,. .-, Co. Tax. ':' m "!"!!".: of (immi.ssion y...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 March 1868

WW. Ill lift II IS. I.. JOHXSTOX, Editor. UK IS A FREEMAN AVHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL AUG SLAVES BESIDE. 0. A. 91T1UE, Publlfcber. VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1868. NUMBER 6- Tke Cambria Freeman WILL BE 1TBL13HKD KVKUY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Fa. At the following rates, payable within Vire months from dte of subscribing : One cony, one Tear. ----- 2 00 One copy, six months, - - - One copy, ihree months, - - - - 1 00 60 The who f.:i! to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six months will be charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and tho.se who fali to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of $3.00 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; twenty livs, six months; and fifty numbers, one year. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square. 12 lines, one insertion. (1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 2ft Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 Administrator.' Notices, each, 2 60 Executors' Notices, each, 2...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 March 1868

f ; f 2 3 THE FREE?, LAN. ZHEXSPUEG, PA., THC33DAT, Makcii 1S63. GXTItiTAGAXCE. Under the head of "Democratic Kx travapiocc." the expiring Alley ha nian un dertakes to convince the tax-payers of Cumbria county that they suffer dread fully from local extravagance. It is to us "passing strange" that the AUeyhanlan fchould live out its time without referring to breutl . its because that would be ungenerous. V.,; ''hall, however, briefly notice the charge. V.'e agree with the Alleyhunian that no population is required to labor harder to this subject, and take it up in its Ubt j traiibtimteu through Cenenu Grant. A j York Slate is a young woman of Datavia, iinsr. Wc bLali not. however. assail , tHrL,u: reau"2 ui arn-a-s, win .useiose 1 who lwo fiir3 with Ler ri ht ,1Hn,, motive, after its own Vm are closed IT I . f. 1,10 one with her left, and sings a four, sim uiont?, auer us own ifps are cloaca, j pr,.sj(.t,t , charged with having commit- ! ... .:.. 1 -r . , .1 t-ccure a competence tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 March 1868

THE FREEMAN Till! USD AY, s CHJISCS. " locaTawd personal. rrHE lats Concerts. The musical n trUino.ci:tK Kivt'Q t tlie Court House, on Mor day and Tuesday evenings of the pres ort tk, on behalf of the new Catholic t iiurh iu this place, were the nest cora p!oi successes, it is universally admitted, that ever had here occurrence in thi coin rauidty. We do wot doubt that our citizens bad reason to anticipate a rich and rare musical treat, but that any one conceived the idea that each and all tho performers would acquit herself and himself with such admirable skill and perfect giace as they did on these occasions, we are hardly pre pireJ to believe. The ladies of the choir turprisad and chat toed even those who weekly listen t their rendering cf sacred music; in the church, and it is now plainly evideut, if lha fact has not heretofore been recognized, that Ebensburg can lay claim to locie of the most talented lady vocalists in the State. Mr. A. J. Maguire not only rend red entire- sati...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 March 1868

7 Tig 3: I0JffKll III. The ttkgp hotel that is known by the ! nuE'i "i'Ange Garden," on the route itoiu Laon to Son-sons, balaaan LaiTau and Charignon, was- formerly an obscure hovel called t e Set le, (wllow,) whose is- I olated situation made it a lit place for the perpetrations of crimes. In 1700 this tavern was purchased by one Mr. (Jalland, the owner of the farm ; of Vauxrain. He caused the old build- i inp to be torn down, and the present one 10 be erected on the ?ame site. Hut in j pulling down the tavern and digging the j foundations lor the new one what was the surprise of the new proprietor to find a great number of dead bodies buried undvr the soil of the court, under the barn and cellar, some of which nppeared to have been buried at no very distant period. Unfortunately, the supposed author of the supposed assassinations Lad been dead homo yean, and the earth covered alike the criminal and his victims. Mr. (Jutland sought for all the informa tion which could he likely to...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 March 1868

u u I1B IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDE. II. A. MI1KD, rublUher. II. JOIIXSTOB, Editor. EBENSBURG, FA., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 18G8. NUMBER 7. VOLUME 2. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa. At the following rates, parable tcilhin three months from dte of subscribing : One copy, one year. ----- J2 00 One copy, six months, One copy, three mouths, 00 60 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six months will be charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and those who fali to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of $3.00 per year. Twelvo numbers constitute a quarter; twenty five, six months; and fifty numbers, one 3'ear. RATF.S OK ADVERTISING. One square, 12 lines, one insertion. Each subsequent insertion, Auditor's Notices, each, Administrator ' Notices, each, Executors' Notices, each, ibtray Notices, each, $1 00 25 2 00 2 50 2 50 1 ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 March 1868

THE FREEMAN. SBUNSBCJIG, PA., Ta case at, : : : Makcii 12, 18GS. iiiinii .. ... .. Democratic State Ticket. FOB ArDIT ik GENERAL : HON, CilAKLES E. BOYLE, Of Fayette County. FOR SCnVKTOR GENERAL: GEH. WELLINGTON II, ENT, Of Columbia County. The Convention and the Ticket. The Democratic State Convention, which convened in Ilarrisburg on the -1th Jnst., was one of the m06t harmonious and puccepr ful assemblages of the kind that lias ever come together in Pennsylvania, and its proceedings throughout were marked with that unanimity of sentiment, fellowship of feeling and unity of pur pose which unmistakably augurs the trium phant success of those great and glorious principles which aloue can bring peace and good will to all the citizens of this distracted and suffering country. And while the-Convention thus done its work well and harmoniously, and placed in nomination men of ability and integrity, ilbeit they are not the ones whom wo deemed entitled to and urged for the positionp, it pl...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 March 1868

f THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, i MARCH 12, 1?G8. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. t.-.vess We are now in tlie . k ef On Monday, the 21th Wr tt Adjourned Curt of Com- .... .va held, durinz which the fol- Moll i ie"' ' , . I.,, ,. Kiu anil uuuu oiimu ...i 1 TV-O 111, Mathcw jvf Adams. Debt on award. Feb, 21th Jury called and sworn, and trial commenced, wlu-o plaintiff amended his narr. and. the defendant alleging surprise, the cause was continued at cost of plaintiff. Reade Tor plaintiff Johns" n & Scanlan for defendant. M.ry Ann Burg.vm vs. Rachel A. Noel. Ejectment, Plaintiff non-suited. .Johnston & Soanlan and Tierney for plaintiff Fvnlon and Kopelio for defendant. Henry Truby and David Truhy vs. Sam uel Duncan. Debt. Jury called and sworn. Verdict for plaintiff for $123 and costs. Johnston & Scanlan for plaintiffs Kope in and Rose for defendant. Heirs of Daniel Li'zingor. dee'd. by F. P. Tirney, guardian, vs. George Litzinpcr. Eject uicnt for tract of land under alleged parole contract. ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 March 1868

4 SB KS "f5??r THfWa3 WORTH KNOWING. Cuke tor Frosted Flesh. No thing is better for -withdrawing the frost, -without injury, from frozen ears and cheeks than the .immediate application of kerosene, rubbing it on gently a few times. In one in stance both cheeks were frozen and this remedy produced immediate relief without the usual inflamaticn. The game person repeated the ap plication in a similar case at another time, with equal success. In an other case the remedy was applied to a badly frozen ear, which, as in the other instance, it cured without inflamation. It is indispensible that the application be made before thawing. This remedy is all the more valuable because it is generally at hand in every house. About Carhox Oil. To ascer tain whether oil is pure and non explosive, pour annall quantity up on a board or other smooth surface, and apply a piece of burning paper ; if the oil ignites and creates a Hame it is adulterated and expletive. l'urc oil will not burn in the open' ii...

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