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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 November 1876

EDENSBURC, PA., Friday Morning - - Nov. 3, IS7G. i. i1 -1 1 - - 1 - - 1 GET OUT THE VOTE! "We heartily concur in the opinion ex pressed by the York Gazette that one of the most important Presidential campaign in the history of our country will close on next Tuesday, the 7th day of the present month. 1 I:i view of it we have to urge upon every Democrat in the county that he work earn estly and unceasingly until the close of the 'polls.- The great thing to Le done is to get out the rot, liy all means keep tuis in mind. OETOUTTIIE VOTE I Let the Democrats of every township in the county go to the polla, and the election i; Tildcn and Hendricks and the entire local : ticket is just as sure as that daikness comes ; with the uight and light with the morning. .Not a single man should stay at home on election d.iy that is able in any mauner to go or be taken to the polls. The struggle, IS EXT TUESDAY, is the final one as be tween the friends of liberty and bouest government and the hosts of...

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. — 3 November 1876

Ebensburg, Pa., ... . - - yor. 3, 1876. ALAND PERSONAL. 1SE SLAXnER REFUTED. - W jTAX IN His owa jjjs jji kavitthat Cannot be Misrepre sented or Wisunuenmwm -uters are already aware of the Sin this county to fasten upon ..ill'" ;n1ila!iliB(l and nnim. l"1' j:.i-f for Sheriff, the Tile our u""r .- iSouscharBeof bavin attempted ! his nomination by trying to ' . the votes oi wiw.uuu,. w tJ. democratic couuty convention. i'- : . : i na iral not mftilA full C ll.ir te, 11'" "" " " -..of Itnt IIia imnreRKion iVr liv uv to te created and the inference .ji draw" that the party or parties 1 , . allced made such overt urea am , Jll' r- Irt, anil nnnunl nf a uiai. " ' l - - - .'puticipator in what would on bis it ebeen a heinous oitenc f cfloittiiiR. '1 lie despei at offence such an e r w as ca pa- ate uieu who w ;n this way to encompass Ins do " Mtso fn a to procure the affidavits , delves lioni uair lownsuip, that money had been offered n he a certain man u,u"' er ould vote in convention for...

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. — 3 November 1876

FltUIT AS A MKDICINE. The irregular eating of unripe fruit s well-known to be unwholesome. The regular and moderate use of well ripenetl fruit is not so widely apprecia ted as contributing to health. Resi dents in regions where more or Kss malaria prevails, have discovered that nothing is a more sure preventive of its deleterious effects than a regular snpply of fruit. A case is well known to us, where a man with a family re moved to the West. He had provided large quantities of well-dried fruit, and this was used regularly during the first summer. Although suffering many privations and exposures to hardships, this family cscaied the prevailing epidemics. The second year the sup ply of fruit being exhausted, the added comforts which they had secured did not protect them from disease. Many other similar eases have occurred. It should therefore be made a special object with all about to remove to newly settled regions, and in fact to any other localities, to take with them or make pro...

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. — 10 November 1876

1 tflffilllfltiMT SprSjgife C?tfWww eTEdltor and Publisher. "" . . , ... . : n"T.mmM.,AKi,Ati.A,,,uTM,Mn, i , Trms, g2 per yearyln advance. tf)lFi X' EBENSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1876. "NUMBER41 I E .niir.riitTriiiik i.ni th.r.rcat Trunk UilT.T, UMT and WORTH. I''" , i numerous branches and con- ..MiniMl UK - - uM 0Ud California Line N4"" . . r..r .11 noln( In Llfr,.'! v.rvi.l. CuHornirt, Ore- 1 ! . ... r t.. !' trier mitr I'"" '. i.f,r AVir lm. and all I ,J!Zi lo.l ("eutral Minnesota. Its .toy awl jnirfpirrm Jc UwWWf'f11 l .1-. ...... . -.... I ; ,o.-rrr C.uCri. Its f..r:i Frw-l-urt. Its ..' ... u;l,i-n like Line riUmnii raFftre Cam .fJ,i'in.nhtrlnoniilr"1. V f IV I." rnnniTI ttlOSC ArS W'ts-I M. I'snl. Chicago a iMH- 'tri..rMf.-r connect with tlie Over .voa'lr t'nin Purine Railroad for !( the Mi-sfrl Hirer. arlf !hc trains from the East or SiTi-r-ii tlir i lil'-aKOfc sunn. v esiern . .1 i-tj ii Kli i ful It i w fir ai-il Iimaha nJ t allforala. Two irJiv with rulltniin Pala...

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. — 10 November 1876

IHE UUBBIi -.FBEEHIiL EDENSDURC, PA., Friday Morning - - Nor. 10, ,1876. Jm tiie campaign just closed no rnnn did more effective service for Tilden and reform than Pennsylvania's elo quent and patriotic son, lion. Wm. A. "Wallace. All honor to such faithful and fern-lees Democrats. I'nstivania has gone Republican Lr a Yerj meagre majority probably not more than 8,000 and certainly not more than 15,000. Outside of Phila delphia the Democrats have a clear majority in the State of not less than 6,000 or 7,000, while in that cvty Row an, the radical ring candidate forSher. iff, has been defeated by about 20,000. We aie not able as yet to give the ofllcial vote ir. this district on Congress, "but the reported majorities in the sev eral counlies outside of our. own, the . returns of which are of course official, fo-"t up as follows: Hertford, for Ileilly, about 400; Somerset, for Campbell, 1,340; Hlair, for Campbell, about 750 making the latter's majority in the districtwhich is able unde...

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. — 10 November 1876

a-a, IPCaisiEJIa.lW. IlilifRIPl- -Til len is elected and . sir. Jas. T. Miller, of Soottdale West. " mo .ra. it. K ftt Qreensburir AND PERSONAL. I, rfM,l7e Other Ttace. .'Jt':. .rrow put in an ap Jrt for tbc first time one day lait ,erdy morning and strong lo- rhen he lompcd off aud Vaa lb' 3 m "'J5'"' ich pawed over bis tod and literally grouml it to piece,, thl VesnU of d.Tl !flV,,,bar' about noon Tnea attempted to shoot a colored innfl?.?"? -17 .named Martin Minor, bot ti.. -r: Jn ?& niche of tlmT. xr" wreet.lt from M alone resulted in the dia. be'sSooUs?. WUDd n th0 arm would! The defeated asrrfrfttrt content iT wi- V,y ."ted that he will coutesl Mr. Ryan's right to the office the ground upon which 1. liL t.T5.'. lJ' L ... "...nr. of ths same sort will .-st ..itfN01 of soothing syrnp recently 11 h for Huntingdon county I w?r. . , . " ,,le 1M feet in height was re st. Vincent College, . 1 i ' ' . in honor of the Cen I .;jtJStl iww m killing three ."ne.. ' larders t.f Wef. prt...

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. — 10 November 1876

r jK ttMT-rl IV MA G SIF1 CENCE. I HENitr w. kanaqa. If anything was wanted to give us an idea of Rojian magnificence, are would 'Am our eyes from public monu ment's demoralized games and grand 1 recessions, we would forget the stat ues in brass aiid marble, wbicb out numbered the thing inhabitants, so p-vne roiis that one hundred thousand have been recovered and still embellish Italy; and would descend into the lower sphere of material life those 1U'mgs which attest luxury and taste to ornaments, dresses, sumptuous liv ing, ami rich furniture. The art of using metals and cutting precious stones surpassed anything known at the present day. In the decoration of houses, in so c'al entertainments, in cookery, the ltomans were remarkable. The mo H iic, signet "rings, cameos, bracelets, Vronzcs, vases, couches, banqueting, tables, lumps, chariots, colored glass, gilding, mirrors, mattresses, cosmetics, p :rfumes, hair dyes, silk ribbons, pot teries, all attest great elegance and beauty. ...

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. — 17 November 1876

rnA rnV AAA LA' ! J 1,4 ! I LJ Li III U VUJ rrWaU 17 -v: Suj i'ife, jgjra PIKE, Editor and Publisher. HE IS A FREEMAN "WHOM THE TRUf It MAKES FREE, ASD ALI, AUE 8LAVES BE8IDK." Terms, SB per year, in advance U'MK X. EBENSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 187G. NUMBER 42 fill THING i h BGAINS! rL EXPERIENCED IN ESBURG. AO. 4 UULFIKCH ST., BOSTON. (Opposite Ilevere IIuiikp.) The SCIENCE of LIFE; Or, Seif-Preservation. More than One Million Copies Sold. iolt Mortal AtviirttcO to I l:c Author !y Hie "Natioiiitl Meriienl -(it. tiou,' .Mnreli 3lt. l7fi. TT'ST puMisliol bytlie PKAKODY MKDK INS 1"! It; TIC. ajnew ulition i,r ihc:c!elr: 3 jj JT.V Hi TO 5 . 1 . : IABY GASH ST DISPL&Y A?V I ;est Array WW i mm, WE DARE SAY, lira MY A DAY, LEEX OFFERED TO Di & 3 k s 4i o w v Par ONE PRICE : f -t tfif iifilanrc or the firm or S, BAXTEE, JONES & CO., INTU'DOR'S BUILDING, 3 ST., Ebensburff. lne.ticiil work entitled the -Si'lKXCK OF LIKP tr. SKIiK Pl KSKRVATKIN." It treats uron m isHoon, n...

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. — 17 November 1876

, i i the mm mm . CBEWinURC, PA., K.'hblV Morning, - - NOV. 7 1876 . j It we fed bored, as we certainly are not 1111 fieri nonllv iniit v .1 . r ,t , . , T stik.is after tbe latest election returns i..f 1 ( , ... , . twit uuit be the condition of tbe people . f r , 1 of LoiiiMuiia, where we arc told lhat Oca. ... 1 ,r , . . Atu'ir himself has been paced in com - 1 , . maud c.f the I'cdcrul troops? Sli wc houe , , ' . - it Hon t ausur any worse for the cause of , , J 1 udeii anil re fur 111 to have such a man wilh sncli a name nt the head of inilitaiv mat- I ters in that State than it does to have so distinguished a soldier as ISeticial linger occupying a like position in Florida. i I he stars in their courses fought neainst ' . i i r - k-i.--i., .urn iu.li. i.ici prompts ue jiarris- liurjj r.itritd to look upon Hayes as the Siscia of the Republican party. In Ver- j inont the radicals made the stupid mistake of placing a jMistrnaster on their electoral ' ticket, he being ineligible u...

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. — 17 November 1876

tjlinilli; ! - (t( ami ih? Other riacc. ' ! to Tf voiir snow shovel y 'lit1 lnlL 'fiincpay marble lias been tlis- a'1T;' 'i in Clearfield township ll ... H''" . .....ii ihi turkeys this '! esrj '"'m i - ; inn "ot "'H1,11- '1,n,,k yoi eiibtr. A e re not ou me ' a'.1T.iiiii Standard puts Lnpan O. 1- '" n.1''" ,,',,1"tr vi'imj eniik " '.'v.riion of tlift road lieil of 13 '' ... tirnfrrps. Wnrlr ' 11 L rt'uireil to complete the totinMiij'. W.-ir county; i ' j: 1 a veritnl'lf wild cat which all ,'.p.yor rapture uavw ,U1W ''allof white when! flour, of (lie ' 1' ; rerrivetl lv I'ryee, ibixter, . ..v...u.i r..- i T . , .... it . i,..rrHl- tt-';,u-n-l.il county pauper was Irinl 1,11 Wedm "day night of ; ; i!;i;!y injured by a train on "grrm railroad. :j....,t stork 'f fur, of all grade, ',1' t . vt brought to KlHMudmrjf, hi, at !ie cheap cash store of ...ties & C'O. 1" ii.irl .1. Mi'rr.-ll, one of the Ke ., ', vrs for this State, riTein-d one V any other man on the ticket. Isuriv jii'Mtr...

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. — 17 November 1876

LJ Xfc foa 13 -B Ba.'tt.5L H'eiyiil cf Water Jiained. There ore many natural facts awl jih'tionK'na proutod to our almost cl lily observation, of a very interesting c.i.iracU-r, whirh very lew persons, even ;uti jnr; the intelligent, ever study ;iiiJ fon'einj-late. liow many per puis, lr instance, could jzive r.nvthin like an approximate guess at 1 lie weight of the water tlis-chargetl from 'Aiii cl.m-.l in tli storm tliat visited our city on Sunday evening. Let ns calculate. Suppose that the rain cloud extended over an area of country tea miles sipiare, which is a veiy low estimate. Now it was ascer tained by :i young lady of this city that rain IV 1 1 at this point to therleplli of 1 inches hy actual mt aouemcnt. That is to fay, if the surface of the earth had been perfectly plain and horizontal and im perinea Mo to water the nholj surface would have been covered after the rain by a sheet of water 1 inches deep. 'I here an; 141 square inches in a square foot, and therefore every s...

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. — 24 November 1876

Ol tl.o J M m iM UT 1 ,Vf tha3 -1 . HIT lioj Terms, S2 por year. In F.(!vanco. I I I, Ml tLvi I (ft I -teife mHI 1 IP In iv i vv 3xsr - w 'r 'vw vyvy nvM jssvTixr -:twssjr s fti t&k y e-i f J vasgg -r la Editor ana FUDiishor. 14 TTIC Tft A a vr . - S - VM - r ais u all AHtt PLA V fcS BESIDE. Jt,VC t.f Tuts t!,is r lures r loiue- S r I 'U-rn t ante, 'ai-trt Imsf t llt-Ofl f st lie cr .i tin- '"sin. 4 "I tliij OIK A. LLY REMEDY I' a. kit hiDOB SDEBOOHDIHGSL com I wil -fFM11'. ' 1 " I. ivliiirtl it itl nr. d I lit VI 1 I! " ' """ iimll ti-uns: a!s. Grains, ,a::-l - . t;, i . !i!v :il intl. s Mtith of ,' in il mil.. !i'li)i hi f ill .7.1 ,. .. . VtTV 'I '"T- li"".'-" i "I i ViMirk t-. Amitlit-T KaiiroHd .-w i ! , T, ci'pppiu Ci .1 f ,-i'!y I. imii r..-c--ill'.-. till c!l. Si'hool-i, ;irf aliiiiii.v cstalilishcfl. iif Sll' .. t 'lnf liinjr, (i lns, , r tiling-. :t " tiii h lilT r- in si." li ,.?J ,1 slaiHilv i tti IriH'iii'v cmjiloy- -i .) -iii. r rviTii Hk-ih.t for porno yrnrs r-i:n...

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. — 24 November 1876

flit umm hiiiiEii. i EDENSDURC, PA., Fviky Morning, - - Nov. 21, IS7G. fit ill on the IZittjrjcd llxhje What manner of man cx-Cov. Wells, the head nflhi' Louisiana Returning Board, is we can discover wit limit acceiting tlie descriptions given of him by Democratic coi respondents. There is an official por trait, on (ile which ans.vors every pnrose, and the aitbt is Geo, 1 Jloar, the distin guished Republican of Massachusetts. The "Louisiana outrage," as ft is called, though it is hut one of the many to which that unhappy State has been sibjected, was the marching of United Stj-tes troops into the Louisiana Legislature in 18 To in order to prevent certain members from tiiking their seats in that body. The or der was given by Kellogg, and the whole proceedings were sustained by Federal Another week has passed, and up to this (Wednesday) nf'cnn on the question is still ltndctf rmincd who ia the locally and con st itutiona'ly elected President of the United States. That Samuel .1. Tilde...

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. — 24 November 1876

Z2 .a-c2Era ar :L"" ' " ' $ mm wig EbensfcUJg. Pa.. rfjpj Jj . . .... ALANDJPERSONAL. TUt re. ""' tr,e ff,r'' Flare. i .i-c a vt'st over si nre last w inter '"';,,'. t, pnil it down. :' .". . rt.it iln limited mail train l"T .. . r WW . ..... , . :,!;,.) tT 1,10 ' a- ll. 11. on SuihI.iv ,rH of n very malltrnJU.t type is ".,it,. i.r-v.i'fti t. in ami aliont ..i't i t,, If ti. ....- lllt'.V. '"t'uiivs vet r.i'til Thatiksri ving 1,.- print liter man hears tint the rhecr . turkey "gobblc-ier." ,,, ye tnrne. , . . .. i if V S ti-MiH on their wfiv to 'AN.". V'-ity 'cheered loudly for Tilden !fCH,lw while in Altoona ft few .lays ti,nP mI! will po into eftect on Vy . ,.t Sunday, but what etTo.t. il- i mr flrmicH w a 1mA i UHc 1 11 - . , u were stolen from the stables f:nii a Sou, at Armstrong 'i Mtnoreland county, on Thiirs- last. '; "t:H' r! iii Altoona named l?.irr upset "h t' "t ..ilii';: water upon herself a few " as s !:! 1 y scalded that she 1l j-'t::if,,r- , , , , n, r.-x moon was a ...

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. — 24 November 1876

GZZ2 rasa, etc c. cumoird Tineas. Anion j, tho m.my curious things we find everywhere, it may be interesting: to notice a few of them. iMippose we iniiiiirc into the origii. of certain words, j customs, etc. Take, for instance, the j word humbug. At one time during , word humbug. At one time during ' war on tlie. continent 01 i-urope, so in an v talse reports were fabricated at; II: :uburg, that finally, when anv one wished to show his disbelief of a state ment, lie would say, "That came from Hamburg," or, "That is Hamburg, or Humbug," which thus came to imply unbelief or incredulity. The word ladv is derived from an A.igl j h'axon word, and signifies giver i the po-t are worth knowing. One is, cf bread. It originated from the cus- j "YVhe men and fools are in the same torn which prevailed among the wealthy j boat; whether prospered or alllicted, Knglish people of early times of dis- j both are rowing over the deep lake; tributing money and food to the poor. ' the gay sails lightly ...

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. — 1 December 1876

. i , -i i v ! t i i p i .f i tw m i i j m n - m i i v i r . h4 w w . . . -- - r - -i . ' t .mis' - , t ia . fc . v - - : r .--. t ra rtrf$k - A L a .e,' f.jjcriKE, Editor and Publisher. iLl'MK X. -!-!- Cftl fTC , -,.! rv viiN of 'fH'l. A.'r'fl'i., 't ,!.. T.i i'ari l-'iti i t ' 1 I' ll,:. j .' I i:l Cfn:nty llll'l to lilt" . ,, ,'. in1 1 M'.'-i il t iillic fiilo, . , . n. .... .i. !i ,in n! Pirniiilior npt ,,, s. r. y- fll'vinr rcnl estate, , t :',- :in! intf-rfj-! of .Tolin Ililo. . :i j ' " ' T :iti-1 i'f HiiU.ttR r.iiiii.rui ' iin'y, !... nl .'. ! i ft". !:ti-'II. I'.k.I. I;rtrii. "'. f . li i.'-T 1 11 ai-rcj, more r ...t ,.-iit. t,v.. la " , :i I'i jTurv r,i; limine. . .i r .-) i. r.' in ' ii'MH i-ui);'!!! r ' .', !::! :iH'l iiiHri-.--! nl" J:c;h :. i i i ! r 1'an-el of himl ,.!; ;. ' :i;n!ri;i .oiiniy. l a., . ; .1 :.m ii '-r.-. 1 I n" I 'has. . .r-. ,-.:' it i !oUt 60 ntn-j, :r .! i :; '! iivr- o'i iT. or-il a : 1 !.Mt L.irn. I "!i 1 l-aiilt . . r. .1 ! i. ' 1 'i i''1 '"'V 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. — 1 December 1876

m KLllL Wf JUKI czz: ?2V- r-sa fj a ess, js jss. g t&i rs: 5arsa" - : ill Umm mmL W'ttiiiitrj ami Hoping. Isyes Hon. AimM S E-,. " lei.cy the National Den., cr ,n,. KnsrssBunc, pa. P.i l Morula, Dec. 1, 1376 Tub Phil-idclphia Time, known in me familiarly as Col. M'Chire's daily, was is ruci! on Monday morning from its new ai d ( t.r-int bul'dlnc, at Ihe south west corner ' .'istmit me! Kigh h street, which was r .a.:t.ddumng the past summer. The first ) amber nf thc Tim was published on the 1 lib d.ty of March, 1S75 not quite two J ears ago. j uMi-.li : bold, fciiilcss usui iiHij;-t-::.iciit another -.vtM'k lias gone and we - ftie yt t .i the slough of political despond, i fo far as the lesult of the 1 'lesider ti il election is cuticeriirrl. We mean by t.i-s that no lain. an being outside of the- infam ous let tu ning board of Louisiana can pre dict what will be the final nction of tliat band of political conspirator, coniKcd as it is of tico vi 'iie and livoJ'c.-A Republican L...

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. — 1 December 1876

u . 2 FO SI. "BBS jcr is fili FBEEMiH.!.: ,0 pEHSOriAL. I'1 ... i... ml it i) t and cheap ,-U!S 1U " ' ...vtidv te:i.1trs nre also 'i. J.,Tni.' lliie week. n "; ' . I. ..I t J.. ntl , (. yeS ! 1 1 il . 1, i : 1 ( -l I with .1 rovol- it-- r . ......i-rtl.iv, lnit we iliiln't help to .. toi'k a Mtth'ThPnk-spivipfr . .,!;. u irl.DOii, ami hein-o no ii" I'1 . f'Tniorlr rf this '.,. ,'l ,..i'iiial rontrol of ihe i. 1'irk. r .!':. ...... tl... Ct.t.. v.. . 1- I J- n is hii :m vei ii!fi lit ;j.:lt I i.lllll V. wh.i'i- li" yon ran lmy j.rr pin rul in this market !: 11 ;S a- nix rt-iilN. n r Priicciff will re- i if Pr. r.,i:r C-nuU Svrnp :i .-.iii.!'.iciion anil cure j our niiil the in it ili! y y v.-r.'. ue ;re i-i;:ih!r.l to kius are all tho j yyiV.y ami family utarteil jj i i iv i i.-', lt s:K"i"K to Kpeni , '. i'iii.i.li-Ii'ii. :'l then go on : ', :v nny hi-ast of one Keener ' !; In yon vi hen it comeH to i r,n,i;j I'mf. SJiarpo is neither . i: rv. : . ;t. Sle-elian, who was so terri- ! ...

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. — 1 December 1876

GZZ TW. KH 32 S ZFST OT ,i woM)Fi:fvl old m atch, THE " M KM F.NTi-MORI' THAT ToLP THE HOURS FOR MARY QUEEN OF tfOoTS. J The associations connected with this l lie u f the beautiful ami ill standi i Urn-en of Scuts invest it with an inter- ! 1 , 1 t at once of protbnml melancholy. On the evening of February 7, 15S0-7, the night previous to her execution at J'otheiinguy Cattle, Mary perused her w ill, read over the inventory of her goods ami jewel?, and wro'.e down the names of her attendants and domestics In whom she had bequeathed each ar ticle. .Among tho lxqne-ts of this stid hour was tlie inomeiito mori vatc!i, which was left to Mary Seton, one of the four Marys who were her maids of honor. I'rom this lady it descends to its present possessor, ir Thomas Dick Lander, of Grange and Fuim tainii:'.!I. The watch is of silver, shaped like a skull. On the forehead is a figure of; leath, armed with his customary em Moms, the scythe and the hourglass. ' lie is standing between a palace a...

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. — 8 December 1876

if E. Editor and Publisher. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE. AND ALT, ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, S2 per year, in advance. OIK X. & -;j-;a';s. t7nti Dni.nl Awarded to the, ffifliKG MACHINE! .Wins i' '" " '", ,.' nurn'Winjr off the toe s'1" .. - j..rrnw an-1 widen at ,- i"!,ir I'ul'Ular or Vint, ' I iiro.iurins nil tariff iea 'l '.. a': t-i'r rin-aturs anJ sample cv i r n ( ' MACHINE' '(.. ; 1i.,r l'liilinl.-Iiliia, l'a. i!,p.IhIi for erior STRENGTH -AM'- ELLSNT QUALITY -or ;01 COTTON." 1 T.(,ii"lI0U. Dirtrtnr-fienTal. J. K. II WI.KT, I'rM. K. I!"; rt i n, Str'y j r tetu iF.i' ii-t l'ri!. willi ritno. loots . J', i",v.' V t 2. n. S.tttti!"" FKKK. i . f . i: F.li . AuiU.!i A. a inc. , n! -ili lii Cr-ri tin f'l! I K. li 1 ' M V.i nv.'N A Co., I una., . i ll wrMlntr to arr person ..- t.Kl : l' S"opr"f. - -r-: -r II- 1 S'ltilple H'M'tt s n I iChiii. for circular. ..,11.. ;T I'i HaihntMJ. OllCAHo, niiinniri'tneiit of Nk iTvIyilix.es r ."i-i f.ir:sii. S.'nl f.r new i nf l.-iin ...

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