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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 May 1867

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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 May 1867

v.. 1 1 I rarr , , -rt BDcrJiiUua, pa. i ThcesdaV - : f : : -May- 23,, 1EG7. RT L730IlNST0Nr H. A..McPIKE. - Publisher. It will be seen by the proceedings of the Democratic County Committee that "'the nominating Convention will be held "ca .Monday,; the 1st day of J uly next, and that the delegates will bo elected the Sat- tirday;previous. We trust' our Demo--rati friendj throughout thecountry will reallzo the importance of placing in nomi- nation rich a ticket a will poll our whole strength, f and secure our old .fashioned taajoriiy. To do this it is essential that : every ward, borough and township should " send Us Very best men men. who prize ' .. ' f ' i . J.".'. I'll-' ' ; the success ci cemocnuic.pnncipie3 . ia than the personal fortunes of any jnuividu a!. Letihis bo done, and the result Will give general satisfaction. ' , " ' ' i COL. LIISTOK. . SVe,dQ.not exchange with Aa Hama- burg Telegraph ' are" indebted to the ' AUeghanhh for the, following notice of our . , member, ta...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 May 1867

TllEpBillA-rilEEMAEt XflUKSDAY, MAY 2318G7. LOCAL AND PERSONAL rwKocBATic ConrsaEKCB. At a meeting the Democratic Executive Committee, held a,. CnarX House, Ebensburg. on Wednes L 15th task. Capt. II. D. Woodruff was 'i ted Delegate to tbe State- Convention, to t. held lUh June, 1867; R. L. Johnston 1C L. Pershing, Esqs., appointed Dele to SUte Convention to assemble at call (airman of State Central Committee, j Vtn. Kittell, Juhn P. Linton and John B?air rq-, chosen Delegates to select Sen torial Dlegate to tn8 above Conventions. Saturday the 23th June was fixed for the , (jjng of delegate elections. Convention Le held July 1st. 1867. Adjourned. Geo. C- K. Zahm, Gh. Co. Com. ABaacs or Accidsxts. On Saturday morning gn unfortunate young man was found la 8tat0 ueP?"ded animation on IliiA street, hia body stretched on the pave ment and his head reclining against the front Jour of one of our business houses. Efforts to raitore hia wandering faculties were for a tin raia, tut at length ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 May 1867

II i 1 rV'V - i 1 J- ! r irscraca tilt, wet T.i!a Trots?, . 111 ticp . i .... . V mi - V t - - - k fe-2cke frc-a'crcapTs ',', , ' " " A-' CUr Pcl&ai trci tfUIa a cc;: Ca and it will nt ttici U Iht c-n-. ire a s-od ;iriU fcatssch cictr. ; ''.;; .'.:.' --.r " Alata cr tbtrr is to est cc!j cf red, green cr ytllow. '' ' r . : ; ' Sal soda will tleach . very . wbiia one ipooniol uesoa-V for a kettle cf detail " Cave jour lads for. garden ' plants, . cr ft p-ardsa yarsla, when candj. ; . Yash yocr tea trays with cold eulsb jpclith with, a littlf four, and rub with a drycloth. ' - ';' Frozen potass will rnaka cors starch than those which are cot j they alto xnaks ticfl cake. - v ".7 ' V" ".; '. " -" ' A hot shovel held over varnished ' fur jfcltar will take out the white spots. A tit cf clue dissolved ia "kijn,raUk tmd water will restore eld crape. 1 IUbhosJ of any kind thould ba Wsbed ia cold soapsuds, and not rinsed.' " - If tout n&t Irons are rou "h. mo tnera wiih Csa toll, and ...

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. — 30 May 1867

7TM" : A ' Y. CTTjt' . .... i is . , 7 ' -;t l7iTi?)T! Tl ' '( V "V 7 r 1 ,: v :l f f it; ill' b, rub . J -Democratic 'colily! e7SI:a!;a:,; Divct -.to ' - J' '1 ... i : . ? i r m s.. .i - a, : , , !7 R SA Ml . I .7 i. ' r i. i LL. ii.JJ-i.L- 1-L . .L XI I vxioii "'Till- trxjtu " j.iir: :j rues, iED AX.i. Azi-i .iAir-:3 ' xznsxnx:; VOLUME 1. I.ii EBENSBURPA.; .THURSDAY 00, -1807. VP' r rLETTYSBURG ASYLUM A JT FOR INVALID SOLDIERS, jvorvoraUd by Act of Assembly of the Com- gumvealih of Pt vtsylvania, March 6, 1867. y Th Board of Supervisors appointed by th abate Corporation to carry out. tho ob fecU of tho act of Incorporation, respectfully announce to tbe public that the Legislature ' J PennnyNania. has authorized the raising of funds for the erection, establishment "tad m&intalnance of aa Asylum, far Invalid 'Sol diers of the late war, to be built on the bat-tit-field of Getty6bargand as Inducement to , pttriotic citizens to contribute to this benev olent object, have empowered ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 May 1867

L .Ti3CT e Ea ) i i !? i 1 ..;.M T . f . J ; i! .1 ? i . 1 i 1 ' THE CAMDRIAXFIlEE'iAiC Thcusday, ' i i : Uxt SD, lG7. i - . ' 'H. L. JOHNSTON,- - - EciToa"' H. A. McPlKE, ---.pcausaxa.' '1 " 1 1 i There is one subject 'upon" which "nine- - teea-twentiatha cf the people of Pennsylva nia, without any distinction of party, are folly agreed, and that ia that the late Legis lature of Pennsylvania was the moat corrupt - body tHt ever, assembled -at Harrisburg. ,Cn i thU' iubjecti but- one -'opinion exists. Even the Tribune and. AUeghanian ' admit this. Iay, the latter organ make3 a virtue d necessity, arid thus claims' crit for , the rads yfor' admitting- the. 'corruption of the t legislature. .' But the- -corruptions ofL this '.Sifilatura were, thar 'act of & "majority of . its members, and this majority was radical, '- The. AReghanian don't know a sinsle radU . o cal paper; that undertakes "to defend this Legislature Yes. it does, or -ought to! i Why the Hessian editor of 'the ' Te...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 May 1867

'.-f -rt COOKKSPOHDESTS. 'i i ifl. sk baa been unavoidably denied a !L this week... The announcement h 7h 'how rame unexpectedly upon tis. .Jll50" ' J SvShane ta our colonics to-ujy. . , Wtmorujo " - - r - - sight ia the Lovers fout having real name, 7 Freeman I I "local and personal i I i Woao roa Ocesixtes. 1 1 it our wbh ,:t.ntion to enlarge the Tbezman to a ra gojumo paper and ctherwue improve . ji8 ciwe tit ice are nan year, wnica A b tn Ju,y nxt cce e eatklish -f our paper we have vorkcd faithfully aka it worthy the 'generous support Stch fcas oeu o usucio .. ..tfat its columns has furnished naa "j " C0 reading matter than any paper pub-i fj. ;a the county. Stiliio the language I ooe of our rueionic menus, we uesue to tilt it petteras goot," and hence our pro-. t& enlargement. Ia -order to accomplish iireaisk those of our patrons who have lot yet paid their subscriptions to do so at til cartmt cuu tviucuw. s. uo tuiumg tea- b of Court will enable most of our eubscri- ;ri t...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 May 1867

4 ' " ' '"' ' - - - - , , ; ' ' . i $2 o i i. f i 3 i t r - j 6 k 1 - f in1 c -'- 5 C2 tr "r O .J j i ... 4 -A-Thaytans ilarqalj tf Bala, whcj p'nrul 1 3 ci's cf )ba veaibieH taen'ia ;tbq iLre'a tir.Ic:-3, Las bccoma a ccnvert'to tlia. Ecruia' CathcIIci f4tb i ' j j j The philantlTopistsof MassacLnfetts r ehippin ofTthelr uatnarried wlsita wo--b fciaaL thousanQs totb far west,' ctow-' loliiil IiusbaridiTanJ.aro "filling their places with eranncipated weochcs imported frosa Soc'!i Carolina."- Gr.;:-2 moral idea-1 TL-: r.? stevedores cf New OrIeac$ got op a rici anor.g tLercselvca tl.a'other day anl Lsd! - intterc 1 two pI'ceiaen r bo undertook, t j re?cua ens cf t!.a com4 ' tatants. TLo nilitary'. wera c 'lej cat; It teems tbat tLa sole usa cf tLa staa-inj; rL-j la to keep tha "wards of tla cation"! in .:!cer.t order.- r -s-Suicidea of prominent men have been! Tery treqaent ot late years. v Within two; w yaars. J'restoq l-Tvinlr, Senator James IL! "Lane, of Kansas," and XJollector St...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 June 1867

u u 1 1 ! ! .11 pcm I 6 OLUME 1. ETTYSBURG ASYLUM FOR. INVALID SOLUIEIIS. prated by Ad of Asssmlbj of the Com .ytaWi of Pennsylvania, March G, 1SG7. t Board of Supervisors appointed by 4bove Corporation to carry out the ob of the set of incorporation, respectfully ncce to the public that the Legislature n!i?ylvania has authorized the rauiug rfs (or the erection, cs tabli.shrn cat and :ainance cf an Atylum fir Iuvalid Sol of the lale war, to ba built ou the bat eld of Gettysburg, and as inducement to :ic citizens to contribute to thi3 benev- . obit-ct, have empowered the Corpora- to distribute amongst the subscribers irtic!eof value and interest, from as iiua with the late war, or any moneys, Sj property or estate, real or personal, .;ver, in the State or elsewhere, at such ut upon such terms, and in such vay iiuner whatsoever, as to them shall fit, any laws of this Commonwealth to oatrary notwithstanding. euierp riae is cordially recommended ofullowing named well-known gentle- -Gove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 June 1867

43 ESS EJ TOE I'AalBRI! FREE'JAL ebensdcug, pa. i Thursday, : : : - Jcns 6, 1857. R. L. JOHNSTON, - - - Editor.. II. A. McPIKE, - - Publishes. vivc iu zivzinva i .: After all the radical talk about banging Jeff Davis "on a sour apple tree," tbe eame radicals bare discbaigcd bim. Reader, do you doubt how this thing was done- t If ao, read and reflect. , '. Two departments of tbe government at Washington are in tbe bands of the radicals -the Supreme Court and Congress. The remaining branch--the Executive is con servative. Tbe Executive department se cured tbe person of Jeff DavU and confined him in Fortress Monroe. President Jobu- . boh had no further power in tbe premises, excepting to pardon him, which he refused ; to do.' The Radical Supreme Court had de clared military trials at an end, and tbe radical Chief Justice Chase, whose district .embraced Richmond, refused to try the pris 'ocer, aud the radical circuit judge. Under' wood, finally discharged him, the radical Horace Greeley...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 June 1867

:X33 nix THURSDAY, JUNE: 6,11857. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Thk CoasraTjJiK CebsM9ST In ac cordance with announcement the corner atone of th new Catholio churchy designed w be erected in this place, waa laid with ap propriate and impressive ceremonies, on Tuesday afternoon last, and wa witnessed by a large and attentive concourse cf people. The day was a most propitious one, the God of nature seeming to smile benignly upon the initiatory step there being taken to- wards the erection ot another temple to Ilia y.anor ind dorr. The beloved pastor of the roiresatbn. Rev. R. C Christy, was assist- mA in the exercises by Rev. 5. Wall, Presi dent of St. Michael's Seminary, Pittsburgh, p... Parrfn -Tvrone. Rev. Hushes, Broad Ton. Rev. McGovern, Bellcfonte, Rev. O' WnnrVf. Kittannina. Rev. Biebam, New Brighton, Rev. Tracy, Huntsville, Ala., Rev. rviftanh. Carrolltown, and Rev. Burns, St. Augustine, and at their close a powerful ser mon was delivered by Rev. Wall, from the text, "Thou are Peter, an...

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. — 6 June 1867

. -X r -- v 2 ? . o ",'f O THE BURIAL PLACE OF.EOOTIL General L. C Haker has published 'a diary, in which he details his connection with the "aecret ecrvico' of tho War De partmcnt during the war of tha rebellion, 1 Ho makes tho following etatemenL in re- " gard to the disposition made of the body of John Wilkes Booth : General Barnes, Surgeon General Uni ted States army, was on board the gun boat where the post mortem examination was held, with h"i3 assistants. General Barnes cut from Booth's neck about two inches of the spinal column through which the ball had passed ; this piece of bone, - which i now on exhibition in the Gov- , eminent Medical Museum in Washington, is the only relic of the assassin's body : above ground,, and this is the only mutila tion of the remains that ever occurred. ' Immediately after the conclusion of the examination the Secretary of War gave orders as to the disposition of the body, ' .". which had become - very offensive owing ta the condition in which...

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. — 13 June 1867

u u f 1 - J I Lj.x iH- Mr . ... - i . VOLUME 1. v. k "iuicK. sAx.cs, - QUICIL SAL.CS, '' - AND SMALL PROFITS, --' ' " AND SMALL -PROFITS, ',;.AND SMALL PROFITS. :'.:; OURLEY'S .NEW. CHEAP. STOR?!. GTK LEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE. OURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE - ' ; EBENSBURQ,' PA: " EBENSBURG, PA.'' ; EBESEURO, PA. The Largest Stock of Goods. The Best .j mo THE LADIES OP EBENS- (TU- UU ej iAA;, A BU RG-AND VICIN ITY. Having re- VUS, SfiflCgfS, $ttt At., : ; cently arrived from the city with a band-' ' ' ' ..." - '.. thiilost cistsu bp. pYonirjai NUMBER 20. Eome assortment of Spring and Summer-Mjl imery and Straw Goods, of the latest styles," comprising Bonnets, Silks and Velvets. S.fino French Flowers, an assortment of fliUjons, all widths and colors, Ladies' plain iand fan cy Dresj Ctf5, Infant3r Silk and Embroid ered Caps, together with Hoop Skirt3, Cor sets, Hosiery; - Gloves' Ladies' 'and, Gent'3 find Linen Handkerchiefs, &c , we invite-tho ladies of EliensLurg and surrounding, disi tr...

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 June 1867

, THE GALIDRIA FREE:JAi,T; EUKSSBtUG, Pl.t Thursday, Jtjnb 13, 18G7, II. L. JOHNSTON, 11. A. McriKEi - Editob. - Fublishei - Excuse. The fact that Court ha been ia session here during tho fast and present week, and that the editor has been "up to the eyes' in business, will, we trust, be suf ficient excuse for the absence of the usual variety of original matter from our columns to-day. . Next week we have the promise of abundance. ' - Thanks. Our thanks are due the many - kin J friends who availed themselves of their ' visits to town during the past two weeks to ; call at the Freeman oSce and pay their subscriptions. Also to those who i emitted the amount in other ways. We shall next week publish the names of all not yet -published who have paid us,, and trust that many more will be added to the list la the .meantime. 1' . Deiiocbatio Statk Coxventiox. This body assembled in Ilarrisburg on Tuesday ,.lasr, and was organized by calling lion. C E. Boyle, of Fayette county, to the chiir...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 13 June 1867

I II CAMBRIA FREEMAN. XilUKSDAY, JUNE 13, 18C7. ; LOCAL" AND PERSONAL rnnaT Proceedings. We are Indebted Dour jouug ineuu u. v. iisiy, lor the krtiw 1up i - - t disposed of ia the Court of Quarter Ses- jlOi lasl wet. : Cwa'th vs. James E. Laverty Fornica jion and bastardy. Eliza Ann Laker, pros- utor. Continaed till next term. Com'th vs. George W. Stalb Surety of thu peace. James ii Laverty, prosecutor. (ntiDDfiJ ' ' - 0001111 vs. Epbraim Noon Seduction. Valine Hoffman , prosecutor. Continued on gccount of illness of prosecutor. Cuoi'th vs. William Hays Aggravated 5atilt and batteiy. Continued. Com'th vs. Arthur J. Mtlugh, Joseph D. Seech and Bernard Laddy burety of the peace. Continued. - - Com'th vs. Peter Keelan Assault and tottery." Mich'l Quinn, pros. Continued, Com'th vs. John Cutiei Larceny. Deft nWa cuilty. Not sentenced. ' K .mll, Com'ih vs. Hirain Hayes Rape. This case came Up on the 4th inst., a youag lady who taught school and boarded at the house of the defendant in I L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 13 June 1867

- -I 1 ( 1 5 5? I' 'I j 1 I ill ' : ..;r i ; t t " m awi .i r n j - j r n . . a - ' i i ' n i n r i r -r . r n h i rr r . r mi ' ' " 1TT ' . hi ik a - ! ' " r 1 111 1 "" "jr '"' "" " 1 " mmm I u , iw -P ' " '' - fc jl- '" a & , . - " g ' ? ,-."'- & '' - r- , defehred nnT7D iteiis. " i-LThe Boston Advertiser considers Mr, Greeley'a influence baic-ful. ;It is rumored that Archbishop Spa! J ' injg will b-3 elevated to the Sacred College, as Cardinal, durfag bis visit to Rome. r In Brooklyn, on Monday, a woman gave birth to four cbildrcn, whose aggre gate', weight was 24 pounds. ' All are dc ing.well. ! ; . f An individual in Alexandria, haY succeeded in swallowing up $30,000 worth, of property in fourteen months,' and the other day bo . wa3 committed to jail for stealing chickens. '.' . . -A man- was etanding on the platform of a car jn' Cairo, paying his fare, when ihe money blew out ef bis hand. In catch ing at it be. lost. his balance, fell between the ca,rs and was crushed ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 20 June 1867

u u A Den Iin isiJL FEtEEJlAW WIZ02I THIS TRUTH IJAIii: 3 ritEE, ASD Alii ARBiSLAVSS BESIDE, VOLUME 1. 1867. --a tuaoi:. 1867. J ia now prepared to offer r SUPERIOR INDUCE3IENTS TO CAB H PURCHASEBS OF TIN & SHEET-IRON 7ARE ! EITHER AT WHOLESALE Oil KETAIL. )ij stock consists in part of every variety of Tin, ace-Iron, COPPKR AND BRASS VARES, EJUMEIXED AJJ M-AIX COAL SHOVELS. HIKE LAIFS, OIL xivq TTnTTr'prTT?VT!nivn. rr T?n. 4lA.Vfc?9 AVWW-A W. lUltlilV WAKE Or EVERY KIND. . ; 9pia A ml Oust - HEATING akd COOKING STOVES, EXCELSIOR COOKIKQ STOVES, J,OBLE.fmiUMriI An PAKLOR COOK ING STOVES, lad any Cooking Stove desired I will get when ordered at manufacturer prices. - OJJ StoTa Platis and Grates. 4c, for re pair, on luind for the Stoves I se!! ; other will be ordered whca wanted. Particular attention given to . ": Spouting. Valleys and tJcnductcre. nil of which will be made out of best mate rials and put up by competent workmen. , Lamp Earners, 171:!: cd O.Itt.t.zjz . vrnoiSALK ok ...

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. — 20 June 1867

n mnmf frec:mn. S'.t i s t "- a .11. ESiissuur.a, pa.V THURSDAY, June 20, 1837. R. L.4 JOHNSTON, n. a. Mcpike, - 'Editob.- F05 JCPGK OF T T " V -s rif SUPREME COURT: Of PUilAdelnUta. m. . .j 4 - Democratic County Convent Ion, The Democracy of Cambria comity are re quested to meet in their several election dis tricts, on Saturday Vie 20th day of June, in tLxuf, for the purpose of selecting delegates to represent said districts in a Democratic County Convention, to be held at the Court House ia Ebcnsburg, on Monday the 1st day of June T.exti to nominate a. Democratic County Ticket. GEO. C. K. ZAHM, . ' Chairman Democratic Co. Com. , ; ' - Circulate llie Documents.. . Oac of tha- wisest acta of the late Dem ocratic Slate Convention wa3 the adoption of a resolution urging upon every member cf the party the necessity of aiding in the extension of the circulation of the Demo cratic papers published in their respective bounties. ' The main cause of the success of .tha Radical party can be ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 20 June 1867

II rz .... zLX'wTjo c?-!rr 2,1 lie. 1 I III TIT. test :st 8 tO CT3. saa, -vor scry J 5 te ars , the -cusf U & ami d of 'riot feni. :i w and VTiat 3, & 3 ly Y. IN. ft! til -7. CQO ,eon Tured pay J art j'Jent icon-, nd eger. er In- lppli- 3f ths; c'd. otters tat TilEjjlBIlIi iiiil. Tuesday, JUNE 20, 18G7. LOCAL AND PERSONAL' StuA AsoTHta CaASca. Owing to the r r.. more names to the list, wa havecon- 3 to defer the publication of the "Roll f'tinnnr" until next week. ' This will posi- tLy be the last time we will publish a list 7 the kind. an4 therefore we trust that all tugjjave not "jet paid their subscriptions ' ill tend along the greenbacks by Tuesday , Two dollars will be accepted as the Lbacription price, until that time, from . all iti have received our paper since the com- cement 01 iu jiuuuwhuu. ......! I Excess. ' The late hour at which ."Mor- : 1: a a it T , Veil as the stress upon our columns, pre. f ;aJe the possibility 01 its puoucauou uii " 1. a similar riAjon wil...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 20 June 1867

IJ x Jt.1 i i! $ V: C'Ceko, XAsnrri;, BktsY Anx, akb tna Rest tus FAJiar. We fell in duri?! a chance journa cf ours, a few ; months ego, . with cn, old Kansas man, vho had moved his numerous family frcrn "Varmount" to the Western wilds. It being late, wo tarried with lura all eight. We were surprised at the progeny which he owned. One was named Demosthenes, another Cicero, another Pericles, another Aristophanes, another Euripedes, another Phidias, and another Praxitiiea. Still another was named Appollo Belvidirus, and ho, as he told us, was the "humblest on s of the lot," and sure enough, he was a scraggy-looking specimen. These were the boys. The girb came ia with such names as Aspasia, .Phryne, Melpomene, ' Xantippe, Massalina, Ckopatra, Agrippi n, and the last one was named Betsy Ann. We asked the old man why he happened to give the children such unu sual names, and iaiesd we were astonish jects ed at the extent cf what seemed to be his classical learning, lie Informed us that it...

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