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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 March 1868

b ffer"1' r b It. I.. JOUSTOX, Kdltor. ii E IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH M.VK3 FKEE, AID ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE, II. A. JI'PIHC, PublUIicr EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 19,-1808. VOLUME 2, NUMBER 8. 'it 1 The Cambria Freeman WILT, BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Etonsburs, Cambria Co., Fa. At the following rates, payable within three 7Honths Jiom ate of subscribing : One copy, oue rear, ----- 2 00 Oqc copy, six months, - - -Quo copy, three months, - - - l oo 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 afb?r the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of $3.03 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; twenty five, bix months; and fifty numbers, bue year. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 Administrator ' Notices, tach, 2 60 Executors' Xotices, eac...

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. — 19 March 1868

MT1 T7 Innmr t tt- FDENSLURG, PA., TavHSTiAT. : : : Makcii 19, 18C3. Oecuocratlc State Ticltet. TOB AUDITuB QEKK3AL '. HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, Of Fayette County. FOB SCRYBTOIl OK5IIttL ; GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, Of Columbia County. RGJIOnL. We design removing the Freeman office to the building recently occupied by Mr. D. A. Conrad, dcc'd, on High street, and may find it impossible to issue a paper next week, but shall do our best to accom plieh that feat. If we fail our readers will know the reason why. Political Gleaning 8 and Aotlng. Notwithstanding the fact that the rt quired majority waa not obtained for t'ie new Constitution of Alabama, Congress hua determined to admit the State into tho Union and receive its Senators and Rep resentatives without further parley. So rocs the work of reconstruction. Any thing that promises to keep tho Radicals in power will be done by tho Rump con spirators, though common decency and common sense, to Bay nothing of the Constitution and laws 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. — 19 March 1868

THE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, i MARCH 19, 18C8. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. r i EurroKiuTiKa. Local and Gusekax. The dwelling bouse aud all the furuiture cf J. t. iilt-z in liayue township, lndiaua county, Vil destroyed by fire ou Monday A valuable gold ring was found between I ho Cathode church aud Chapel iu this jiice, a few moruings since. The owner ciiu leain of it by calling at this ouico. A ita ytar ola lad named 1'ostor, while crosaiu a uiitl-ri.ee on a foot-log, at Lower Tyrone, Blair county, on Monday week, lost List balance and fell into thy race, and was drowned. The prwvisions of the act of 1865 increas ing tnu fee of Justices of tLe Puce, Alder-Lue-u and Constables, had beeu extended to Cambria county among others by recent legislative enactments. AueuUu is iuTited to the several adver tisements iu our paper otieriug real tbtate K-r alc. Persona dialling to buy will hud several good cbauces for liivestineut iu town and country properties. A man named Peeples arrived in Pitts burgh fro...

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. — 19 March 1868

THIK23 WORTH KffOWina. Cpp.e fou Corns. One teaspoon ful of tar, one of coarse brown sugar, :.nd one of saltpetre. The whole to le wormed together. Spread it on kidleuther the size of the corns, and in two dava they 1 be drawn ou Ia-ahy tin-ware is easily and quickly mended by hammering a fcpike, from soft lead, to fill the hole, ut oil each eide, and rivet down I; i vets of soft iron or other metal may be used to mend iron kettles, etc. Clt.e fob Neuiulgia. Ilalf a drachm of sal-ammonia in one Ounce of camphor-water, to be taken a t'aspoonful at a dose, and the dose repeated several times, at intervals of five minutes, if the pain be not relieved at once. Galget in cows making milk thick and full of singe may be cured by giving saltpeter in quantities as large as a hickory nut in a mess of bran or meal. Jn fifteen years I never knew it to fail by giving three J or iour umes in as many clays. Relieving Cuoked Cattle. Take a quart junk-bottle fiilled with watery raise the animals hea...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 2 April 1868

b 11. L- JOIIXSTOJI, Editor. HI 18 A PUKKJlAS WHOM THK TIIUTII MAKES FKKK, AID ALL ARK BLAVJBS BBI1DB, EBPNSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1868. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 9. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOKNING, At Ebentburg, Cambria Co., Fa. At the olloicing rates, payable within thrtz vtonths from dtt qf subscribing : One copy, one year, ... 2 00 Oue copy, six months, - - - 1 00 Que copy, three months, - - - 60 Thoee who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six months will bo charged at the rate of $2.60 per year, ami those 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-five, six months; and fifty numbers, vU year. EA.TM Or AVTEBTI6INO. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 2ft Auditor' Notices, each, 2 00 Administrator' Notices, each, 2 50 Executors' Notices, each, 2 60 atray Notices, each, 1 50 3 tnoa. t t...

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. — 2 April 1868

THE FREEMAN. SBEXSEURG, RA., Amu. 2, 18G8. Democratic State Ticket, FOR AUDITOR GEVE3AL, ! HON. CIIAKLES E. HOYLE, 0 Fyctli County. For surveyor gkxebal : GEN. WELLINGTON II. EXT, Of Columbia County. A UA31.4GCD ClUTIX. For several months past the Johnstown Tiilune has floated at its mast-head the names of Ulysses S. Grant for President nd Galusha A. Grow for Vice President of the United States. The editor had, moreover, in his usual well rounded sen tences and Btrictly grammatical flourishes given a reason for the "faith that was in him." This was enough or should have been enough 1 A position thus deliber ately taken by the Tribune bhould have wt the question at rest forever and that organ awaited with the moet characteristic complacency the ratificntion of its choice by the Kadical State Convention. But nlas for the Convention ! it met, and not having the fear of the Tribune be fore its eye?, recommended Andy Curt in, I "the soldier's friend," for Vice President. Imagine the lien...

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. — 2 April 1868

THE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, : AFKlf' 2, 1SG8. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. mlU4...TK, I.OCAI .AND .GluNEKAU-- Sir Jonns 'itlil, of Last Freedom, Lbnr cuunt'v, I" ln-cn K-a"tei a patent lor jmI,rrenit:nt in taming and coloi ing sheepskin- We much regret that we are compelled, owing to the pre-occupation of our columns, to reject tire paper of cur young friend, Buckeye." Itie proposed Fair iu aid of the new Con vent being built in Altoona, will open on the 13th inst. Of course it will be a grand httd enjoyable affair. The card of our friend, Mr. E. Glass, gives assurance, of the prosperity of the old Ebensburg Fouudry. We recominvnd Mr. (ik.-ji to the patronage of all our friends. A vounj; man Darned Ileadinger acciden tally shut ami killed himself, a couple of weeks siuce, while shooting rats iz a grist mill in iialrm twr., Westmoreland county. Mr. Thomas Callan has sold his furniture and otel fixtures, and retired from the proprietorship of the Shields House at Loretto. Mr. Fe'ix Ueck has succeed...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 2 April 1868

An Act of Ckueltt. Mr. Uonner, of the New York Lsdgcr, i Jcertainly excu sable for turning an honest penny by set ting Mr. Grant, the father of the General of that name, at work to puft into emi nence his son. But Ilouner has much to answer for, in beguiling from a respecta Lie obscurity an innocent old gentleman, anl inducing him to display his egotism and garrulity in the futile attempt to make a great man out of a very ordinary hoy. If the father had sufficient power of dis cernment to see in his eon Ulysses the germs of greatness, why did he not give him a better situation than that of a por ter in his leather ptore in Galena, at a alary of forty dollars a month a pmall pittance for a man with a family ? The elder Grant boasts of having been able to give each of his children $25,000, after retaining enough to support himself and family in at kast comfortable circumstan ces. ' Why, then, did he not out of that abundance, give the great and brilliant Ulysses, the small sum of thre...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 April 1868

. - - vss-- r it. L. JOIIXSTOX, Editor. IIK IS A FREEMAN WHOM TUB TRUTH MAKES FREE, AXD ALL ARE ILAVES BH1IDE, II. A. M'PIILE, I'ubllfcber VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1868. NUMBER 10. The Cambria Freeman , , WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebeaebnrg, Cambria Co., Fa. At Ifn followinf rates, payable tcilhin three months from die of subscribing : One opy, one year, - - - - - $2 00 One copy, six months, - - - - 1 00 One copy, three months, - - - - 60 . Those who ftiil to pay their subscriptions unlit after the expiration ol six months will lw charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and those who fali to pay until after the ex piration of twelvo mouths will be charged at the rate of $3.00 per year. Twelvo numbers constitute a qnarter ; tnventy five, six months; aud fifty numbers, tine year. KATIE'S OP ADVERTISING. Ono square. 12 lines, one insertion, $1 00 Ruh subsequent insertion, 25 .Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 A'tmluistratnr.' Notices, each, 2 50 Execut...

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 April 1868

38l.T2?2E&LML S3?, LaBX2SS, THE FREEMAN. iZlXSbVEG, PA., T-ii-nssAY, : : : : Aiiul. 9, 18G3. democratic State Ticket. FOB A CDI Toft GENIttAL: cuahlls e. hoyll Of Fayette County. no: von srnvEvoii ofxihil: GEN. WELLINGTON II. EST, Of Columbia County. if SWINGING ROUND THE CIRCLE." j IJEMOCRATIt' VICTORIES OX ALL THE IMPEACH EHS IMPEACHED! CONNECTICUT TRUE TO THE UNION AND Till! CONSTITUTION. THE NEGRO SUFFRAGE CONSTITUTION DEFEATED IN MICHIGAN. LARGE DEMOCRATIC GAINS IN OHIO. We have only space to announce the glad tidings that the Presidential cam paign of 18G8 has opened with the most cheering prospects for the Democracy. . . , ... Lonnecticut, m her election on Monday, 7J' , umu uenw" min uwuing glory, re- electing English Governor, and carrying Lhe balance of the Democratic State ticket by largely increased majorities. We have no definite figures to judge by, but there seems to be enough known to indi cate that English's majority will bo over 1,300. TLe legislature i3 Kadica...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 April 1868

THE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, i : : APRILS), 1SGS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. - El'ITomW ITIL?, LOCAL 4NI G ENT.n f. ti r..M,u- iiv ni last session nas noon re- I , i -- - -i i i... Sfjitf I'''is':t!irf. T. J. Chapman. Em., County Superia tendent, l.ns t:iker up his abode in our t , n. Wo welcome him as a anil worth mm;. good citizen William II. Tv er, of Clover Creek. Blair t-nnty. was drowned on Sunday, 15th u't. He was about 4i) years of age, and leaves a wile and two children. A car loaded with barrels ef nil was drg t roved by fire in the raiiioad yard at Altoo na. on Saturday fright week. Supposed to h v i been set on fire. A fj lendid now light and Mmrnr two ire wagon wiil be Sob! cheap for cash, or on lime, by a man who has no further use fur it. Impure t f the editor. - . o D Winter i.e lingering in the lap offprint v ith a perfect vengeance. At present writ lag tliere are some nvo or six inches of mow on the around. The weather clerk needs impeaching very brdy. Our readers in this vicin...

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. — 9 April 1868

GZ3 EC Sk. WORTH KMOWIS3. Farly Tomatoes and Cecum ueks. Y eorropimilent of the Furm and I'iru.iue tay3 lie gets tomatoes and cucumbers two or three weeks earlier than tliey arc usually found in Northern markets, by adopting the following, plan : Our tomato prac tice is to scrape out two dozen fair t-ized turnips to thin shells, hill them with rich garden mould, plant a few seeds in each, place them in a box of enrth, covering quite up to the top, place the lox in a warm room, fter" the ' plants are up, -water when required, give light and out-door air on alb pleasant warm days. Select the strongest plant in each shell to grow, pulling out the othejs. Tinch back two vigorous bhoets, tir:-e stout, stocky growth by frequent slight feedings of tejid i Kjur milk sometimes weak soap- Mids and when the irost season is fairly part, set turnip shells, tomato plants and all in the out-door soil where they are to grow, and they will go right on growing without anv hesitation or standing still...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 April 1868

1 s ;.:rr!S?s4 mm c vik ra a a. a, o cs; Iff I1K IS A FREEMAN WHOH THE TRUTH MA1CKS FREE, AXD ALL ARK SLATES BESIDE. 0 A M'PWC, rMMir II. t. JOIBSSTOX, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1868. NUMBER 11 . VOLUME 2. The Cambria Freeman VTll.I. BS l'CBUSUK.D 11 VICKY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebntbttrti, Cambria Co., Fa. A', tnj fjlu-umg rale a. payable within three ..i,ni.li3 Jiviit die of subscribing : in -j xiopv, one i car, - - - - $2 00 Hue tujiy, -ix months,- - me copy, thiec months, - - - l oo 60 L'h'j who fail to pay their subscriptions U'llil after the expiration of six mouths will . be charged at t!o rate of $2.50 per year, u:il th 'rff n ho fali to pay until after the ex j ! ration ( twelve month; will be charged at tiie rate 1 1 $3 00 per year. l'-.vcive numbers constitute a quarter; Lvciity five, .iix "mouths; and fifty numbers, t-r..' yoar. R ATKS OF ADVEBTISINO. !ne squire, 12 lines, one inseition. $1 00 E u-i. s'.ib.;ei)iiei;t insertion, 25 Auditor'a Notices, rnch,...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 April 1868

THE FREEMAN. BEXSBnq, PA., j .-' TacMDAT, .: v', Apkil,-16,; 18C8. democratic Mate Ticket. FOR AUDITOR OESRilAIi ! ' HON. CHARLES. Li. P.OYLE, Of Fayetie County.' ,,f roa srnvKvoR general : GEN.? WELLINGTON IT EXT, Of Cluntfnd County. ; - V Scau IltcUmauand the Tribtiue. John Hickman, a leading Radical legis lator, 'denounces Irish Catholics, and Cler man "lager beer ewillors,M as inferior to tho negro. The Johnstown Tribune tries to wiggle out of It thus : WV&rtHmlj lo nut endorse tbc sentiments attributed tu Mr. John Hickman ami others, purporting to have been uttered by thtm in dbate at Harrisburg the othct.dny. PrO eiTiption of any man on account of hia race, religion or clor is not a Republican princi ple aud.fiudo no favor with iho brasses of the party and its real leaders. . It ia the Demo i-rutie. party that iuculc.ttes'aud practices a prescriptive policy. It proposes to yrind under its pro slavery hiel four millions of i. ail re b-rn Americans fcimply because they have-...

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

J u It 3 i. ! ' API:!;. Dh ' i. .l .. LOCAt AND PFn'J.O.VnL ;'- ; f J U.. ' Vh.i.v .oa v i : . : :".-', -r '' v ' I a . h.o .- : r ,iev"-P-r. iM;c'o tin, o? -... vr: );l mo c -un , af A little:. 1 -.-.f .V-.-. T.nv Omna::, AN a. a. ;..by it -:- ::: :l '. i. ' - !!iiefH oi .M.r '.'-f i't.:, wr.iiiv.. .i ai-.i.;,::, f.t.'A-.,i;:-::ic, !,. :e i!.y-'.c:..-.r. ! ... : .'i':.-iT fis ;v':.-!C-.-t a '.v i"':' oi,.'. W . ,.,. ih.J r.r.'.cai f-r if hi: l!:.-- uii.y not ; i-V a'. v v-r. ' : hi- A. o.ir ii:r. !i.c? .:. -l.us wi.icKy., t.. a ij- .ib ;;. V.'t,,u- u.v.-..fh:i, tT ; IV, o-i !-.'.tj. h'.,t, hcf.v two i.aii Vl". n-:d Uu-h-t. ani i'.i:a,', au-3 tl:c n-.t , w,to tuloruii-r il.u hi AC.-ot.-- t.. ro-s ; 1. J'.h - a i-aao-...- iia ;,.td,vr.,:, ,v...... ... ii?,. r,v.;n ..Mivi I;.-c. a nvili.u . I U.'-'lort '. -tM ' K-v. i-.. U a.iri!. , oo- ;, ctVC'h Ja-ri.unl; L. a m -n.i'- : c-at;- 1! i'h::r,,: r,-. vi-.t: t:.v hi'Vha;..h,..:..e KjuMj r'-- '? ; i.. ::i:.,:-.-!-l!wl;rM:ur,-, :. :i i -.a;...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 April 1868

I low to Cwk Snu. The fresh .siia'l s;;isou is now .at hand, and in order that our ladv readers mav be dialled to do ample justice to this xeelltMit fish, we publish the fol lowing method of boiling their tinny victims: Clean the shad, wash and v- ipe it, lloiir it well, wrap it in a ( oth h)h1 place it in a lanjje vessel -t boiling water v.ith a great deal of salt. It will require about twenty minuted to cook it. Serve it up with e.?S sauce or. rich drawn but ter. This most excellent iidi is ;aid to be very palatable when dressed in tlie maimer t-tatwd. CiOTP. Mothers of young chil dren Arc apt at this season of the year, to be anxious over the preva lence of cronp. A lady, referring to this fact, writes as follows: 1 wish to send you my mother's re i ipe, which all who have tried deem infallible : Take one ounce nwect oil, and add halt' an ounce of gum opal. Apply to chest under the iii.ii-, the palms of the hands, a. id h How of the feet. Tt will generally relieve the most severe...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 April 1868

i I It. JOS1XSTOX, Editor. IIK FREK, S1TIKE, Public EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1868. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 12 AND ALL AUE SLAVES BESIDE. II. A. Tho Cambria Freeman WILL BS fUBLISIIED KVEHT THURSDAY MOKNING, At Etansbarg, Cambria Co., Fa. Al tft following rates, payabU tcilhin thr viottthi from die of tubsoriling : Oua copy, ome year. ----- J2 00 One cpy, ix months, -One copy, threa months, - 00 60 Those who foil to paj their subscriptions until after th expiration of six months will b charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and those who fall to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of 43.00 per year. Twelre numbers constitute a quarter; twenty fire, six months; and fifty numbers, one year. S iTKJ Of ADYKKTISlXQ. Oue square. 12 lines, one insertion, Eeh subsequent insertion, Auditor's Notices, each, Administrator .' Notieer each, Executors' Notices, each, 1 00 2f 2 00 2 50 2 60 1 to "istray Notices, ouch, . 2 77)08. 6 tnos. 1 yr. 1 square, 1...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 April 1868

THE FREEMAN. ZEEXSBUEG, PA., TsicasDAT. : : : : Aim;il 23, 1SCS. Democratic State Ticket. F-B ACJDITok tiSNBiiAL: HON. C1IAKLES E. iiOYLE, Of Fayette County. FOR SfKVEYOR OVKBL GEN. WELLINGTON II. Cf Columbia County. ENT, A uf absence from Lome, a3 well s n accu mutation of job work since our re- ! I urn, has nal only delayed our paper tut j has prevented our usual attention to tha j various departments of it. For the same renvo is we have again failed to publish our receipt, not having had time to arrnnge Ihein. Vt'e hop's to hear from MacShune next week iii regard to his Altoona trip, und otherwise expect to make op for a!l dtfid-.r.cLs in our present issue. Startling- Itrvtlatlens. Tho Washington correspondent of the New York rftii'i, under date of April J4ih, thus telegraphs to that paper: History records numerous lu?tance9 of conspiracies to overthrow existing govern ments or to change ruling dynasties, but they have generally been the woik of a few iv.Htloe piriM, who have kep...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 April 1868

TflE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, APHIL23, 18G8. LOCAL AND PERSONAL FonrrAiGu'.? Gigantic Mawaoerie asp C'iccs wbicn i fi-.ivorti.-td in another col vrvn, will 'muse its first grand entree into Ebensburg, next Wednesday, April 20th. ' v'p d'liV'atu'iite i:r citizen anc I'-dcrS ,-. -n having preetenteei 10 mem. xor .t i--- . ie 1 c i.ce in itiC'.r Vii't itH'O, H never oeiore, an ( rKiTtiuiity i f witnessing for the simple sum ' Yifty cent one of the grandest K'liie'stritn :.t! Z tcl'vi''1'! airiiega'ions ever bef.ro col li eel t"gel'.i;r in one vast pav.l ion in ib' or hny either age. Wo hivs conversed with several int'e'iitn ai;d friends who have seen .1.:- ...... iti tir.s tnair.moiii tirononncing it ixMiuon. ami ait umie m - - i it he- fn.tt and must txte: sivn afTair 1-ve.T tc:o c rTi"-c-mga m um ioyi ri i i rate ard curious specimens of the animal l.i:i!"m accumulated :it an enormous x ji'1i're of time and money, gathered fr.jm the f..ur winds of heaven and the babi table ghbe, at a coc-t...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 April 1868

o THIiVGS WORTH KWOWIIffG. Anothek Cuke foii Ci.'olp. Dr. .Trevittj editor of the Columbus (0.) Crisis nnd an experienced phy sician publishes the following : ' As this is the season of the vear in -h ieh this ini-uitiJc disease is niost ja-evalent, we publiMi the following recipe, from the Taris Medical Gazette: "Mix one tea tpoonful of suljihur in a pi ass of water, and ;ive a te-ispoontul of the mixture every hour. This disease is cured in two days, the only symp tom remaining being a cough arising from the loose pieces of false mem" brane in the trachea." Extermination or Cockroaches. We have Leon t.mntK- tvmililoil for two or three years bv roaches, the real, big, black fellows. Iiy continued exertion we confined them to the vicinity of the furnace and raiu e, 1 nt to exterminate them all sorts of traps and exterminators proved ineffectual. Somebody told us of Paris green, and it has" done the work. We feel so rejoiced that Ave desire to give the knowledge to ; the public. Pari...

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