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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 April 1868

I i n J if H i. I-- JOIIXSTOX, Editor. UK IS A FREEMAS WHO 31 TIIK TttlTH MAKES PRISE, ASD ALL AHE SLAVES BESIDE. II. A. 91'1'IKE, PublUbwr VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1868. NUMBER 13. yitf ptti jf! ijiiti The Cambria Freeman WILL 1'CBLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebonsbarg. Camfcria Co., Pa. SI fli n.Hnti-i,.,, r.iV nnimUa within thite rnoutUs J i vm dte vf xiitjscriuiiiy : , One copy, one year, ----- i'2 00 i One cmv, ix months, - - - - 1 00 ! On eoy, three months, - 0 ; Those who f.,i to pay their s-uo-crlptic-ns ) until after the cxpi.-a'. u-n of six ni'-iiths vv i ; i h. charged at the rate of $2.&0 per year, , wild iho.-e hu fali to pay until after the ex piratb -n of twelve months will L chained at tlie rate of $3.09 per year. r-elve numbers coiwitafft a .jnar'er ; t ve iity five, nix mouths; aud uf'j numbers, ! cue year. : RATES OF APV Ekl ISlNo. . w v.. ..-y . . r if On kquare, 12 lines, oue insertion, Eu'ii nubsequent insertion, Auditwr' Notices, e...

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

THE FREEMAN. E.SCL7G, PA., TsrrJ3AT, : : ; : Apj.il 30, 1 SC 8. Democratic Slate Ticket. SO.R ACfelTc h OEXK2AI, : HON. CHA 1JLES E. DOTLK, Of FaydU Cvun!y. loa bcrvkyor ghnetul: GEN. WELLINGTON Vi- EN'1", Of Columbia County. THE TKIBUXE. Our amiable friend of the Johnstown TrXune devote?, in its last issue, fume column and a half to the Fkkemax. Not to be'outdone in courtesy, we shall devote the game q-iantity of our f pace to its ben efit, and, perhaps, even "go back" on it half a Column or ao. We shall quote the very words of the Tribune and follow them with our reply, to that our mutual readers tan understand the ground of controversy between ua. Let us prcrni?, however. John Hick man, a leading Kadical member of the Legislature, in a speech in favor of negro ' suffrage, urged the Radicals to meet the issue squarely, and alleged that the negroes were Iwtter qualified to vote than "the Irish Human Catholics," &.c. lie wan followed by other K idical orator?, who denounced the ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 April 1868

f.K k- rv. T;-i FREEMAN TUITUSDAY, : A l'KJL 30, 1SCS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ElvlTOJMALITU:?. LOCAL AND GeNEKU.. Ii win Vdtvhy, white, aud Ellen Eluiin soii, nc-g'o, tre recently married iu Mo-Vi-vtt'wa. Our friend, Dr. Fam'l Btlfi-rd, Surgeon J)tir.t.t. has taken the front room over Sir. Hmtley's store, which La will henceforth occupy as an office during Liu monthly visits to our town. The Uuion Singing Class, of which Prof. II. II- Hughes has been tho tutor, will give a vocal und instrumental concert, in the En glish, Welsh, ai:d German languages, in the Lutheran church, Jackson township, on Fii day evening next. Mr. S. J. Weak'and has located himself in our nikl.it for tho purpose of pursuing his tru.h, and we can recommend him. from our tn itsonal knowledge, as a competent blacksmith, and cue deserving of lil-cral en couragement. See his advertisement. An insf.ne Jfi'f8, tn route for a Phila delphia asylum, walked off tho rear end of a jas.e.:ger train on the Pa. R. II., near Bell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 April 1868

ExcRLLExr Whitewash. A corres pondent Pc'nJj us the following, with the remark that she has found it to be excel lent and the bst ever tried. Fho wishes the readers of the llejrah to have the benefit of it Aa the huuso cleaning time will soon be here, it niay nut be wmiss to pay a few wordd in regard to whitewashing. There are many recipes published, but we believe the following to bo the best that can be used : White chalk is the best substitute for lime as a wash A very line and I. ri limit whitewash pivparati-n of chalk is called "Paris White." This we buy at the paint stores fur three cent? a pound, retail. For each sixteen pounds of Paris White we pr.-cure half a pound of white transparent glue, costing twenty live cents (!if;y cents a pound). The six teen pounds of l;ris White is about as much as a p-rSon will use in a'day. It is pvp:;r.'d a follows : The pine is coven d w'.th c 1 1 water at n ght anl in the mrr -ing is carefully heated, without scorching, until dissolved. The...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 7 May 1868

Li L K. I.. JOI3XSTOX, Editor. UK 18 A FREEMAN WHOM TH K TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE, II. A. Jtl'riKE, PublUbor 4 EBENSBURG, -PA., THURSDAY, VRIAY 6 J 1868- VOLUME 2. NUMBER 14. v. oKIGIXAL.J A 1 II K A 31 . BY G. J. A. In my sleep I saw a sight, " Mauding at an awful bight : Watching what they did below Coming forward to and fro. "1'noUiiht I some were strangely oM. And their blood was almost culd Barely strength to totter hence. 1 hear the words of evidence ; And some were youug, but all did weep, Wakened from thtir last long sleep ; For all 1 saw 1 cannot tell In words to suit the subject well : JSut countless numbers had collected Near the place to whence directed By an awful voice that spoke 'Come! ray laws you all havo broke ; Time shall cease, so come ye all, To rise. or deep forever fail Lise, to be forever blessed, 1) sink to he forever cursed." And as he spoke to tlivsc assembled. '1 bote who ne'er I m fore had trembled Now sank down in deep despair. Knowin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 7 May 1868

THE FREEMAN. EESNSBURG. PA., TaifucAT, : : : : : Mat 7, 18C8. Democratic Slate Ticket, roR AUiiTub oekesal: HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, t Ifyefo County. T02 SURVEYOR OENiBL: G1ZN. WELLINGTON 11. ENT, 0" Columbia County. County Committee Meeting. The membets of the Democratic Coun ty Committee will p!eao meet at the Court in Ebensburg, on Monday, the 1st day of June next, at 7 o'clock in the even Tig. Punctual attendance is earnestly re quested, as a change !u th manner of nominations aud other matters of impor tance will be laid before the Committee. K. L. Johnston, Chairman. Manbtrs of Comm'ttet Goo. Delaney, Joseph S. Mardis, Geo. C. K. Zahm, D. A. Luther, Wm. A. Ki isc, John ttuck, Nicholns Helfrich, John McFeely, Thos. Ej;an, John Campbell, M. MeNamara, John Knepper, Reos J. Lloyd, John E. Scanlun. Cha. 01 lagan, Tbos. Kinnev. Geo. V. Osborn, James P..tfs, M. W Dickey, D. M'ClcIIaud, J. X. Ilice, P. H Shield, J. K. Osborn, Peter MeDer ratt, A. D. Criste, Patrick Boyle, Henry Topper, ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 7 May 1868

THE FREEMAN- TIUJlttJDAY, MAY 7, 18G3. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ErnoKiAUTits, Local and Gkmkai. We hnv inadvertantly dated a pvrtion of cur iiue ti week, on tho ouUidd paged, ne Jay behind the fair." A i.ure belonging to Mr. Peachy, of Slif fiiu county, recently foaled a colt with but oi eye aU(i upper jaw. JeJK J- D. liea. of IIollidiyBLurjf, a ji.au higLly e8tenieJ wherever known, died uit.linly on tho afternoon of the 27th ult. A li'.tle daughter of Mr. John Potter, of Altoona, waa considerably injured, oa Suu day week, by falling into a atone quarry at that place. Mr. Theo. A. Shoemaker, of Cambria townahip. sprained one of his ankles pretty severely, on Monday, by making a misstep wLiie engaged in plowing. A little son of Joseph Clemen's, of Juni ata coULty, died of lock-jaw, a few days ago. from the etlectd of a stroke on the cheek bone by a whip-laah. O ice more and for the last time we give our promised lit of receipt tKe go by. Jtla'k it down as a fixed fact that the roll will b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 7 May 1868

of not loss than one dollar nor more thau live dollars tor each and every offence. Sec. 5. Any person who shall keep or Buffer to reuiaiu upon his premises or private property, any carcass, garbage, i-ffal, putrid meat, nauseous liir, or any clleOttive or unwi.olesume matter, or any j.ersou catin the t-amo upon any lot or rrouiid wi Lin the borough limits, or upon any of the streets or alleys thereof, thall be guilty of maintaining or causing a nui-fa-ice, abd shall be liable for the exp nse o! removing the same and to a fiue of Uit less tLaa five uor more than tweuty dilar3. Si:c. G. Xo stovepipe shaM project turouh any part ot any houe, shed, or ether Luilding, except the roof thereof, and all pipe, flues, and chimneys shall rise a distance of Lot less thau two feet above the roof of such house, shed, or Inildire, under a penalty of five dollars Sec. 7. Any person who shall willfully 3uiler nis.horse, ui-rc, gelding, mule, goat, jheep, swine, hog, pig, sow, or sLoat to iuu at larg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 May 1868

II. L. JOUrVSTOX, Editor. HE 18 A FIIKEMAN WHOM TUB TRUTH MAKES FREE, ASD ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. 1X .4. Ji?PIIiE, PublUbbf VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1868. NUMBER 15 628 HOOP SKIRTS. 628 W1L T. HOPKINS' "OWN MAKE" or "KEYSTONE SKIRTS" ro the best and Ciieapebt Low Pbicei Hoop Skirts in the market. Trail Skirts, 25 springs, $1.00; 80 springs, $1.20 ; and 40 springs, $1-45. Plain Skirts, 6 tapes, 20 springs., 80 Cents; 25 springs, 95 Cents; SO springs, $1.15; and 85 springs, $1.25. Warranted in every respect. Our OWN Make" of "Vsios Skirts," Fh'vcn Tape Trails, from 20 to 50 eprings. $1.20 to $2. CO. Plain, Six Tapes, 20 to 60 tpiinps. Lvm 85 Cents to $2.00. These Skirt are belter than those 6old by elher establishments as firtt class goods, and at iiucb lowr prieea. -Oar OWN' Hake" of "CHAMPION Skirts" are iu every way superior to all oiber Hoop Skirts before the public, and only have to be examined or worn to couviuee every one f the feet. M inufactured of the best ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 May 1868

THE FREEMAN EBENSEURG, PA., TnrasDAT, : : : : : Mat 14, 18C8. Democratic State Ticket. TOR ACDTTOB GEXERAT, : HON. CHAHLES E. l'.OYLE, Of Fayette County. Fv ernvEYOR okxekil: GEN. WELLINGTON H. ENT, Of CUmttlia County. Tmk abwnca of the e-Jitor will nccount for his failure to reply this week, (if In deed reply he will,) to the bighly gram matical and offTiMYely egotistical effuKion from the great ''I Am" of the Johnstown Tt'.lmne, contained in the last issj of that paper. The final vote on the impeachment of the I'residcnt, which was to have been tjihen on last Tuesday, has been post poned until fnturdy, the ICth inst. Had the vo'e been taken at the time Bet, there is not a fliaJow of dcubt that the President wculd hava been acquitted : henco a few more days of grace are called for by the Radical in which to brow-beat, intimidate and corrupt honest Senators in to Tft?in for conviction. The acquittal of the President, however, is almost certain. The Jicpenchnaent Trial. The impeachme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 May 1868

ess .si-roans 2332.3: sa. j-jj.-u2s::Ex:sm:a.jir" iaa:a."3sr :a ri, sLnctrcan. THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, : MAY 14, 1863. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. On and ftr Monday, May 11, 1868, rains on this road will ran as follows : LrVK KKBN3Bt"BO At 7.33 a- m connecting with Accomoda tion East aud Pbila. Express West. At 7 16 i- M-i -.'iuxoctiag with Phila. Ex. K.t and Mail West. Leave Chesson At 00 a. M., or on departure of PMla. Express Wct. At 8.55 p. m., or on departure of Phfla. Ex- X'TOaS East. EirroRiAi rnrs, Local akd Gettekal. 11 is. Saiiih, wife of or.r friend and patron, Mr. Jmes Smith, of Altoona, fell and broke lr arm on Tharlay last. Twenty-one freight cars ran iff the track at Suii:nierhill, ttiis couuty, on Fiidiy, but sustained vrry little damage. No person w injured . A youiijr man nnmed John Ilv.vn com mittal suicide in Juniata towuenlp, Hun tingdon county, on Wednesday last, by tftkins? s rychnine. The now telegraph office at, Conemaugh caught fire from an overheated utove, at no e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 May 1868

SOXEWHAT EMBARRASSED. A JOUng lady stepped into one of the street cars the other diy, and dropped her handker chief npon a vacant seat, H9 much as to ay 'taken," while ehe advanc-d to the 0!h-?r end of the car to deposit Iter fare. Meantime a nicely dressed young man ju.np:d in and sat down cn the handker chief without observing it. TLe young la ly, after paying her fare, turned back, discovered to her chagrin her peat was occupied, and sat down opposite, ladies making roorq for her. Bat ehe did not desire to I mo her handkerchief, so ehe 5o k'id intently toward th j.ca where she had left it, hesitating whether to ask for u or not. Discovering the direction of her iooks, all eyea on the opposite side of the t ar were soon bent on the young man. l'i.idiiig himself the object of 83 much at t. n'.ion, he himself locked, and discoverel in his horror something white on which he sat, the end peeping out. He mistook its character. To cover it with his hand, 1. 1 id to tuck it nicely away, ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 May 1868

Ml o R. t. JOIIXSTOX, Editor. UK IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLATES BESIDE. II. A. JtI'IIKE, Iubllilitr VOLUME EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1868. NUMBER 16. i :: k I if tl I I t- i 628 HOOP SKIRTS. 628 WM. T. HOPKINS' "0W5 MAKE" or "KEYSTONE SKIRTS" are the beet and Cheapest Low Triced Hoop Skirts in the market. Trail Skirts, 26 springs, $1.00; 80 springs, SI. 20 ; and 40 springs, $1-45. Plain Skirts, 6 tapes. 20 springs., SO Cents; 25 springs, 95 Cents; 30 springs, 1.15; aud S5 springs, $1.25. Warranted in erery respect. Our OWN Make" of "Union Skirts," Eleven Tape Trails, frpm 20 to 50 springs. $1.20 to $2.50. Plain, Six Tapes, 20 to 60 springs, from 95 Cents to $2.00. These JSkirU are better than these Bold by other establishments as first class goods,, and at much lower prices. "Our OWN Make" of "Champion Skirts" are in every way superior to all taher Hoop SkirU befcre the publie, and only have to be examined or worn to convince every one f the fact....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 May 1868

THE' FREEMAN. FBJzSSBULG, PA., TixL':i3i2AT, : : : : : May 21, 18G8. Democratic State Ticket. FOR AUDITOR SHNEHAL : HON. CtlAKLES E. BOYLE, Of Fayette County. TkM ttTRVKYOR QK5KRAL ! GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, Of Columbia County. The Tribune on "Grammar." We have had a few tilts with our pol ished nnd grammatical friend of the Johnstown Tribune during the last month. In hi? issue of May 8th the editor beats a retreat, leaving us in possession of the field retreating:, however, under a very heavy assumption of dignity. After denying that John Hickman, a Uadical, nominated and elected by the Republicans of Chester as a Republican, i a Republican "in good standing," our friend gets off the following : "Our good nature and pleasiug way of paying tiling, a. hied to cur superior knowl edge of grammar and rhetoric, stemi (?) to Lave worried our friend of the Freeman." Ilare'a richness for you I In the very sentenca in which the TrUunt editor boasts of his "superior knowledge of grammar" he v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 May 1868

THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, MAY 21, 18G8. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. KnENBRO and Ckessom Raileoad. On and after Monday, May 11, 1868, trains on this road will run as follows : LSAVE EBEN3BCBG At 7.35 a. St.. connecting with Accomoda tion East and Phila. Express West. At 7.15 p. m., connecting with Thila. Ex. List and Mail West. LKAVS CRKSSOS At j.00 a. m., or on departure of Phila. Express West. At 3.55 r. M., or on departure of Phila. Ex- lires East. EDrTOKiAi.mFs, Local axd Gonbral. The lst Clearfield Republican rather blasphemously heads a local item "More Dam Booms." What shocking depravity ! Hare you tasted tbe ico cream at Bob Thomas' saloon ? If not, go and task it to-night. It will bo found not hard to take. Charles Ferris and Johu Browu wcro se riously burt.ed ty powder, at the Birming ham lime kilus, Huntingdon county, on Monday week. A Krit mill at Coleraino Forges. Hunt ingdon county, together with several thous and bushels" of grain, was destroyed by fire a few days since. Two orig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 May 1868

I'hk Or.iEsr liui-ic or Humanity. ri - ; oldest reJic of Lur.i.mlty txtam is ihc a-.i-lvicn of ns of tbe earlier Pharaohs, incased ib its original burial robes, and wonderfully perfect, considering its age, which was deposited about eighteen or twenty months ago in the Kiitish Museum, nd U justly considered Ihc most valuable of archiclogical treasures. On the lid of the coffin which contained the royal mum my was inscribed tha name of its occu pant, Pharaoh Mykerimus, who succeed ed the heir of the builder of the great pyramid, about ten centuries before Chris, (inly think of it ! the monarch whosa rumbling bones and lethargy integuments are now exciting the wonder of numerous p&zers in London, reigned ia Egypt before Solomon was born, and about eleven cen tuiies or 60 after Mizraim, the grandson of old father Noah, and the first of the Tharaohs had been gathered to his fath ers ! Why, the tide-mark of the deluge would scarcely have been obliterated, or the gopher-wood knee timb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 May 1868

1 J j t?. f.. JOIIASTOX, Kilitor. 11G IS A FREEMAS WHOM TIIK Ttt"T MAKES FREE, AXD ALL ARE SLAVE, BESIDE, II. A. M'IIIEt PubUtlie r VOLUME EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1868. NUMBER 17 (! , I S , ; " CwWw pisp wJlillfwJf lv i . o . . " Y ' . b 2IIEI:JT'S SALES By virtue of rundry urita of Fieit?. Lxj.mn., Alias Ver.l. Lsp67i., Ma. Expon. and .Fieri Facias issued out of the Court cf Common Pleas of Cumbria county, and to w.o directed, there will be exposed to Public S;!e, at the Court ; ilouscj in I'Ziamsburg, ou Monday, the 1st j eiay .f June et, at 1 o'clock r. it., the fol lowing iUal Estate, to wit : j AH tho rilit, tiile and interest of John j Tbiiiij son. Jr., of, fci nud to a lot of ground tiluite iu the Borough of Lbensbur-r, Cum- j Lru f'iir.ty, frvntii.if on the Plank Kjad aud adjnnbt? lot of lirs. Hutchinson on the iwrtb, Edward Davis on the east, and fc'am- '. Ltrcct ou the south, having thereon esoct d a two story dwelling Louse, now in the occupancy of John Thompson...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 May 1868

THE FREEMAN. EESXSEURG, PA., rants dat, : : : : May 23, 18CS. Democratic State Ticket. FOB AUDITOR QEKEBAL t IIOX. CflAllLES E. BOYLE, Of Fayette Couniy. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL : GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, Of Columbia. County. Conservative Soldier' and Sall orB' National Convention, The Executive Committee appointed by the Soldiers' and Sailors' Convention, held at Cleveland in 1SCG, have called a National Convention of the Conservative Soldiers and IS iiora of the United States, to meet at the tit j of New York the 4th of July next, to take action on the nomination of Conservative ca.i- iidates for President and Vice President. As it is desirable that Pennsylvania should be lully reprcreuted in paid convention, we request our late comrades in arms to t:dce the necessary nctioa to have delegates elected or appointed f;vin every Congressional district in the -rtrtte. A the time U r.ipIJIy approachin g at hen the onrentiou will meet, there should be no delly b. the matter. Kuwaed L. Daa, ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 May 1868

n ii -1 r i THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1SGS. HEMEMDtK THAT IS AID OF THE Hew Catholic Church yill open at the Town Hall ; Cn MONDAY EVENING next, June 1st. ? PLEASANT ENJOYMENT ! RICH FEASTINQ! I SPLENDID PRIZES! COME, EVERYBODY! I ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The Othlr Mac Peregrinates J The Feee- van enorta two Macs one is MacShaue anl : the oM.er ian't. MaeShaiie generally does the I traveling, but don't always describe his adven- ' lures. "When he dues he invariably says sorue- th;;.r to amuse Ida readers, and when he don't 'iri.i al wit and humor are at a discount in these cx-l1i:-!8. Practically Fpeukiiifj, MacShaue 13 u i ' rcscnUtivc ninu. True, he failed on two occasions in hid efforts to represent his constitu- ;.i v hi the Rump, but beneath the rump he is 5 . r.i;';hatK-al!y a true representative ol the wood en country from which he hails when absent. n vhere he will ho carries with him a sample of the htar.le product of Northern Cambria, and v Lcn light side up he is always...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 May 1868

To Curo a Smoky ChSatmcy. A cornpondont who lives In Now Ilemprhir, fctates that in those parts re-iklt-s a mun named Joe a fellow noted or tho tough lies ho can tell, and as a &!rr:p!e relates the following : Joe called at Ilohon's cne day and found him almost choked with snioke, hen lie suggested : You don't know as much about man- 2ir g smoky chimneys as I do, squire, cr you'd euro 'cm." . "Ah," said Ilolton, with interest, "Oi l you ever eeo a tnioky chimney cured?" "See a fcraoky chimney cured ?" taiu il.l Joe. "I think I have! I had tie t r. or.st ono in Seaboard county once, and I f urcsl it a little too much." "How ui3 that ?" asked Ilolton. "Why, yi u sec," said Joo, "you sec, I ; bunt n little houss out yender at N oil Ho'Iow, ten or twelve years ago; Jim thih, tho fellow that built tho chimney, kept Llind drunk three quarters of the time, and crazy drunk tho reef, I told him that ho would have something wrong, hut he stuck to it, and finished the house. Well, wc moved...

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