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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 June 1868

H. I- JOJIXSTOJS, Editor. MB IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TUUTII MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BKSIOE, II. A. MJ1IH.E, Publisher VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY,, JUNE 4, 1868. NUMBER 18. Tiie Cambria Freeman t WILL BE ICBLIbJltU EVERT THURSDAY MORNING, At Eionsbnrg. Cambria Co., Fa. At Vu fuUutuiiij rati, payable uithin itn-te months Jiom die iJ subscribing : Owe copy, one year, - - -Ui.v py, ii mouths, - -Oue cupy, three months, - - - $2 00 - 1 CO CO Thosa who fail to pay their uWriptiou8 Miitii after the expiration of six months will b-i charged at the rate of $2.60 per year, aud tLobc who ff.li to pay uutil after the ex piration uf twelve vaohlLw will be charged at tha rate of $2.00 per year. Twelve numbers cotibtituta a quarter; twenty five, tlx mouths; and fry numbers, iqo year.- BATES OF AUVKVTISiXtf. Oao square, 12 lites, one inseition. $1 00 Each suWqucut insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, kaeb, 2 00 AdminV-triitor ' X. Jite, each, 2 50 llc9Utors' Notices, wach, 2 50 'thirty Not...

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. — 4 June 1868

cz2 i-jsl" ibis hcl el . xu hbl ie es jsas: .ri jet "cttt S3 -31 e THE FREEMAN. M- 1 ' ' ' SBSNSBUJtG, PA., Tuvusvjlt, : : : : : Jest. 4, 1868. Democratic State Ticket. FOR ALIUT.'k OSXBBM.: HON. CllAULKS E. liOYLE, Of FayetU Cnunty. FOK SVRVBTOR 8FSSHAL : GEN. WELLINGTON II. KST, Of Columbia County. Democratic County Convention. Hie Democratic elector, and all others op po-M-d to Kadieal misrule, will meet at their re fpectiTe election precincts, on Satc&dat, the U na dat or June, instant, betweeu the Lours af 3 and (i o'clock v. H., for the purpose of electing two delegates trora each district to at-It-iul a County Convention, to be liolden at the Court llouse, in Ebensburg, on Monday, the '2d i) ay, or Jtxic. iustaut, to place in nomina tion a Couut.v Tir-ket lo be supported by the j?e:n ci'ats and Conservative at the coming election, and to transact such other business as the interests ot the country and the party may denisnd. By order of the Committee. It. L. JOHNSTON, Chai...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 June 1868

1 i THURSDAY, : ; : JUNlT 4, 1S63. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. "EBESiBl.WAi AND CiftSSOX li AILROAU. Ou and after Monday, May 11, I&gB, j traiuB on tLL road will ruu as fellows : Leavk Ehkssbitug At 7.5 a. -. connecting with Accomoda tion iJst a;id I'bil.i. Expre.-s West. At 7.15 v. u., connecting with Phila. x. Ljia: and Mail West. I.KAVfc CrKSoON At fe.OU a. m.. or i n departure of FLUa. iixprt-aa West. At 8.65 i. u.. or departurti tf Phila. Ex- irta .i t. Cour.T Pkv csKUiXGi. J. C. Easly. Etq., hj.6 furnished lis with the following abstract ot the proceedings-tof the Court of Quarter Stu i -ui up till Tuesday evening; After tl.e C--ntahl;s hud wade their re turi:s on Muday, suvtini cais of .usaulv, assault uui baiu i y. etc., were called up aud li motion cuut.ucd till i.ext Ses.-dons. The fo!kv iuic cases weru then disposed of: C ui"th vs. JjIju iSiii.tli. Indictment JS. Ring liquor on Sunday, Nil a true Lid, m d I'lo.-tcatcr. Mich"l Diucoll.to pay cosU. Coaii'th vs. John Smith, indi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 June 1868

t T3i!n;s Y7orl$i Unerring. Ccbk fob Baldness. Frederick Kemp writes from the silver mines of Montana to lie Herald f Health, giving the following Liut in reference to a cure for baldness : "A friend of mine who had the misfortune to be bald-head.!, knowing that there is a won derful invigorating power in the gan'ii rays. l;it spring threw awav his hat and worked in the gulch, all pprinr, summer and fall, bareheaded, and also fjr tlia first few days et mi 1 d?y. For a few d&ys the rays cf the Lot Eun on hid head were almost unendura ble ; after that time h. experienced no un easiness whatever. The result was that in the fall he had a ood head of hair. Aud in this experiment he was not alone sever al i f his acquaintances who were bald-head-id baviusr followed the same plan. They were all fortunate enough to experience the eamo result." The editor adds that a similar ease once came under his own observation, and pro fesses to have no doubt that "the exposure of the ehin to air an...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 June 1868

0 i, It! Ml fifl AKV ALvV M 1 UV XSr n-k Xl Y W wr b II. I JOZI.VSTOX, Editor. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TllUTII MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE, II A UiTlKE, Publlfrlior VOLUME 2. EBENSBTJRGj PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1868. NUMBER 19. The Cambria Freeman WILT. BE l'UBLISlIKD KVERY THURSDAY MOUSING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Bo., Pa. At the fjliomn-j rates, patable within three months from Jle of subscribing : Quo copy, oue year, ----- J2 00 One cpy, tix months, - - - - 1 00 One copy, three months, - - - - 0 Tlunio who f.iil to p:iy their subscriptions until after tke expiration ot six months will ha charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and those who fill to pay until after the ex piratiou of twelve months will be ekarged at the rate of $3.00 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; tvveuty-fiv, six months; and lift j u umbers, one year. RATES OK AUTEBTIS1KO. One square. 12 linos, one insertion. Each subsequent insertion, Auditor's Notices, each, Administrator ' Notices, each...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 June 1868

r I : f i 1 ' II! i If 1 jj 1 '! 3 - 1 ; THE FREEMAN. E3.5!iSEURGi PA., " TnrsPAT, : ',: :.- : Jixe 11, 18GS. Democratic State Ticket. FOR A CDIToR AT, : HON. CltAKLES E. BOYLE, Of Fayette Cuntg. TOR PURVEYOR GEVKRtL : GEN'. WELLINGTON II. EXT, Of Coin mlia Count. Democratic County Convention. TKc Democratic elector?, anJ all others op-p-sed to lii'iieal misrule, will meet at their re Fj?tive ciection precincts, on Satcrday, the 2;'tii day of Jd.m:, instnnt, between the hours of 3 ai.J 6 o'clock p. a., for tho purpose of electing two delejritteH from mch district to at tend a County Convention, to le hoIJen at the Court Ilouye. in Ebensburg, on Mosoay, the Wd pr of Jest, instant, to plac in nomina tion a County Ti.-ket to be sup ported by the Cemrcnt and Conservatives nt tlie coming election, and to transact such other bu,in&sa us th interests ot the co.mry end the party may IS j OTaier of the Corrra'tlee. It. L JOFlNsTON, Chairman. 1 m the majority, and where the presence of Eu...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 June 1868

FREEMAN". THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 186S. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. j EuEN'jncua -," Ckkjsso.m l.v"-now. I On and alter Monday, May 11, 1808. trains vtt this road will run as follows : - , Li:TE LHENSBi:KO i At 7.S5 a. m.. connecting with Aceomoda- ti u East and PlriU. Express West. ! At 7 i: P. if. , connecting with Thila. Ex. List an4 Mail West. T.EATK OkKSOX At 9.00 a. or on departure of PLila. Express Wet. At v. a.', or oa departur TLila. Ex- l'Vei Last. Dcixcs ix Corivr. In cur Count Couit; the fvllow iug cases have been disposed of i since closiug- our report on Tuesday even- ! log of lal week. Our resume brings us J up o Tr.nday evening of the present wek, j ronunencing with ihe cane we left on trial in the j QfA.RTEH SESSIONS. J Coru'th v?. Wm. Sruny et. al. Indictment, J Cr.-t count, riot; second count, assault and r batiTy. jury find di Tr.ihu;ts guilty on ! F'.:ond cn;nt jnd nut guilty on the ti re t. i This wf4 a ease m whieh more than ordi- j rmry interest for one of tuch u characte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 June 1868

SI'OOSSI Br DAVID r A CTL JOXK0. As the moon went down one wintry night, A bleur-ejeJ monster Love in sij;ht Of a fine old mansion in the South, Croaking aloud with open mouth f poons !" With an eye asquint ! with pocket wide ! "With stealthy look and stealthier stride ; V"ith via.tge dark, whereon waa wrte The motto which beneath we quote "Spoont !" "Whence ometh thou ?" the good host said ; "What do you eek our gold or bread ? Or do you fr-aui the night nit fly 1" TLe Birungt beast made but one replv Spoons !' Oh, rob ua not !" the good wife cried, "These heirlooms are our family pride ; Oh, take tvh.aever else yon will !" Hut the blutt-coat thundered still Spoons!" "Then t;ke my watch and chain, and go," The okl in in said in accents low ; Tb watch was gobbled hi a trice. But alill was heard that stiauge devir c Sjiovs !-' 'Foul fiend, wonld'st rob the old and wjuk ? Jly sons uie sohticw Phem go eeli I Alas, tiiou art too base to fight, 1 luii coward that do.-t howl at nipht "Spo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 June 1868

- . , , .ni.i , , j ' ,. . --ng, ... wfW'Pfw K)AJlli,W' J. X.. JOHXfiTOX, Cdltor HB 15 A FUEEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKE FREE, AND ALL, ARB SLATES BESIDE, II. A. Jl'I'IKC, I'ubllslier VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, FA., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1868. NUMBER 20. Tho Cambria Freeman WUX BB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Zbcttilinrg, Caxasrla Co., Pa. At the failoiciitg ralet, payabU vithin thru month$ Jrom di4 of subscribing : One copy, ona year, - - - - - $2 00 One ccpy, six months. .... 1 00 One copy, threa months, - - - - 60 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions uruil after tha expiration cf six months will tw charged at the rate of $2.60 per year, and those who fail to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of J3.0J per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; twenty -fir, six months; and fifty numbers, en year. BATES Or ADVT&TXSUfQ. Cue square, 1 Splines, one insertion. $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 2r Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 Administrat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 June 1868

;JIlFIiEE:vl,v.is Ji-ne IS, 1SC8 Democratic State Ticket, FoB ACDITott RSN'SRAL : HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, O" Fayette Cvunty. FOK SURVEYOR OSXERAL: GEN. WELLINGTON H. ENT, Of Cvluftlia Cour.ig. Democratic County Conveullon. The Democrnt'e electors, and all other op porot to Radical misrule, vriil meet at their re tj.ce:ive election precinct, on Satcrdat, tnE Sjth dat of Jpr, instant, between the hours of 3 aad 6 o'clock r. m., for tin; purpose of t-leciiajr two delegate from each district to at tnid a County Convention, to be h olden at the Co art House. hi Ebepshurg, on Moxmr, the pay or Junk, instant, to place in nomina tion ;i County Ticket to be supported by the Pc-rcocrnts and Couaervativctf ut the coming t-tfcwiMi, and to transact Bach other businei 113 tha interests of tho country and the party may demand. ij order of the Committee II. L. JOHNS I ON, Chairman. Eteusburg, June 1, IStiS. UtcoNSTKCCTiON. The bill to admit into "the Union" tho States of Gcorsia, Alabama, Louisiana,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 June 1868

FREEMAN"- am: RSi) A v JUNE 18, 1S68. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tai Lati Fata asd no Wo xa Patzta. The LadicV in uitl of tk" uddiug fund of lb rew Catholic Church ia this place, is now numbered among the things thai were, and nothing i i'"1 kut the haudsonie eum re alized, and tii pleasing recollection that it wag well conducted and must enjoyablo season of rerreation and amusement throughout. The laJies hating ttie matter m charge vied with .h:'i other iit a most handsome and commend t'l spirit iu making the Fair a complete suc vi'sa, ar.d that they succeeded was fully attest ed Lv tho way ia which all participants enjoy rt themselves tiightly, as well ub by the more aubftantial results in the shape of several bun Ire J dollar in greeubacks how much werhall better creii.-.ied nert week to atat Hefir;l or me gci.iionieu managers moJea'v lorbica us cootruouuatnry . ior laar we xaifiht b suspected ot 'blowiug'our own horn" wL,le sounding the prai.w of others more de M-rvhig. Bat of the "rank...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 June 1868

" 'What is the chif end of .man ? To love Lis country, his kind, to vote t'o jDc-Di.ocr--.tic ticket. "What is the chief end of the Radi cal party 1? The black end. Who Tras the first man ? Adam. "Who was the firet Radical ? The devil. Who was the meekest man ? Moses. Wixo was tie meanest man? Gov ernor Brownlow. Who waa the most patient man ? Job. Who imitate him ? The people of the South. With what did David elav Groli ftk ? A Sling. What is slewing our Rump Con greeemen? Gin Slings. Who kept back a part which be longed to others ? Annias and Sap phira. "Who kept back all ? Army con tractors of the shoddy kind. Who stole the golden wedge J Aehnn. Who stole the golden spoons ? Beast Butler. Belah. Who loved Uriah's wife because the was white and pretty ? David. Who loved Dinah Smith because the waa black and ugly? Thad deu Stevens. Who was struck dead for telling lies ? Anaanias and Saphira. Who are in danger of a similar visitation, generally. Grant. Who permitted innoeent blood t...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 25 June 1868

ii. r-. JOM.VSTO:, Editor. HE IS A "WHOM T2IB TUUTII MAKE FUSE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES Bs SIDE. VOLUME 2. EBENSBUEG, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1868. NUMBER 21. The Cambiia Freeman VILI. 1)E l'UULlSIIKI; KVERY THURSDAY MOANING, At Zbeasburg, Cambria Co., Pa. Al Oi.s fulluwkuj rates, pttgMe tcithin three l.'ioriths fiv.n die of subscribing : One ovy, 'me jear, ----- J2 00 Oi.ti copy, six months, - - - - 1 00 te'ii j y, thiee months, - 60 Th ..;e fuil to pay their mibscrintions uriiil ;iI:.t the exj ira.;iun of six months wiil Lj cLirgtJ at the rate of $2.50 per car, ana ti.viJ who f'.li to py until aftr the ex-j-ir-iti-.-it ,f twelve months will be charged at the r.te of $3.0) per year. r-.v-Ivo numbers constitute a quarter; f."Pi.ty five, bix months; and fifty numbers, year. KTF.S OF ALVfiKHSlNO. One square. 12 lines, one ineition, $1 00 Jeich subsequent insertion, Au-litvr d Not ires, each, 2 00 2 50 2 60 1 50 1 jr. $ t; oo 12 CO 15 00 25 'JO 28 00 35 00 00 00 Aim iwh.tr-itor ' Notices, e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 25 June 1868

freeman. nrzxsntrjiG, pa., r, : : : : : .Il.nk 2j, 18G3. i-c u-ocrallc Stale TicKct. C1IAF.LLS E. r.Ol'LE, Of Fayette Cuunty. FOR BITRTEYOR OKNIBAL : SEN. WELLINGTON II. EST, t9 Columbia Cuunty. Democratic County Ticket. FOB. ItKPREHENTATtVB : Capt. J0I1.N PORTER, Washington Tp. Fob protiionotary . Cat. J. K. IIITH. Johnstown. FOR M9TBICT ATTORNEY : F. T. TIERNEY, Esq.. Ebeusburg. VCR COMMISSIONER : MAURICE McNAMARA, Johnstown. fob voor hoi'sb director: CHRISTIAN SNYDER, Jackson Tp. FOR AUDITOR: JAMES NULL, Allegheny Tp. fr si nvcvoB : HENRY SCAN LAN, Carrolltown. M"BwrteBii,"Tao"I,,w,i,i OLIl COITI'Y TICIET. With a hearty good will we place at ir inasthea.1 the ticket put in nomination . the late Democratic County Coiwen : -on, an ! there it shall remain until the lontl Tuesday of October witnesses its .jmphaut election. A brief notice of ... several candidates will suffice for the Captain John Pouter, of Washington TisIiipjOur candidate for Itrpresentat ive, : young man of fine at...

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. — 25 June 1868

THE FREEMAN-, THURSDAY, JUNE 2.5, 1868. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. DjMOCHATIC CUCNTY CoNVEXTroN. In compliance with the call of the Chairman of the Democratic County Committee, the lek"iUes h .sen to represent the Democracy i f the seve ral disturbs of Cambria county ns.;riJjh!i d in Convention tit the Court j.'.iu.-e, i" l-4' I'hice, at 2 o'clock v. M. on 2fpt:day iat, ai.d alter being called to order f v H. L. Johnston. ., Ohairra.in of said (.01 no. it toe, prooceJi-d to aa organization by the fc'eetii-n of Cai-t. II. D. Woodrt S as Pte4h -it and Me.srs. Peter McDormitt, Jno. A. Kennedy and O.irer Ypung as Secreta ries. After the organisation wm completed the credentials of the several delegates were- prc-n-nted in the following older, and with the exception of those from Loretto mid Chest Joiin: Hoi-uughs, wero admitted to their s.'ats with' nt opposition or dissent. In each i f the case mentioned two seta of delegates preseiiie.i their eiedertials. wl.cu the Chair nj p"'.u?ed M5sr-. A...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 25 June 1868

3Z2 JZk-H&ZCZ JS3L 'ISIJSS is: I ir .J : i : I Curious Calculation ofCUnoccs. Header, it id easy to sliovr, says somebody, that iive hundred years r.go the chances were ten thousand t. cue that you and I would never exist. If we look at the chances as exhibited in only two or three generations;, we shall be atoiiijhed and Lorrilicd at seeing how narrow ly we have in ised having u being. For instance, ray grandfather v.-as a ecldier in the Revolutionary army for f-ix years, and repeatedly ex Fobti to ueuui. Kja one oc-con when h:s company were engaged by platoons, hp was the only sum- vor ol two different attack.. Now, posed to death. On one occasion, if he had fallen in any of these at tacks, he would not have married, my father would not have been born, and consequently, 1 myself would have had no being. Again, my father paid his addresses to a certain 3'oung lady, and was enga ged to her. Just before the time appointed for the marriage, a mis understanding arofe between them, ...

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

WW IIB 18 A FREtMAS WHOSI THE TRUTH JIAKB FREE, AMD ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE, n. JOI2STO, Editor II. A. 31'PIKC, Pabllsber EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1868. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 22. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE PUBLISHED i:Vi:UY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensbnrg, Cambria Co., Pa. Al the following ralis. payable within three months from die of subscribing : One copy, one year, ----- $2 00 One copy, fix mouths, - - - - 1 00 Oue copy, three months, - - - - CO Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six mouths will be charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and those who fall to pay until after the ex piration of twelve mouths will be charged at the nito of i".0') per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter ; twenty five, six mouths; and fifty numbers, one year. KATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, 12Jines, one inseition, E.ich subsequent iusertion, Auditor's Notices, each, Administrator-' Notices, each, Executors' Notices, each, is. tray Notices, each 3 inos. G...

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

i TIIE FREE 31 AN. 2SXSEUnat PA..' TucT.arxT, : : : .- : : Jit. 2, 18GS. Democratic State Ticket. ron ATDITOtt GF.SERAT. t HON. CIIALLES E. P,OYLE, Of Fayette County. YOK PfRTEVOB GENEaVL: GEN. WELLINGTON H. ENT, Vf Columbia Comity. IeriocratIc County Ticket. - FOR Uri'HESESTATIVB 4 dpt. -JOHN I'ORTKIi. Washington Tp. roa i-noTnoN'OTARY . Gapt. J. K. HITE, Johnstown. roa liwtrict attorney: F. I'. TIKKNKY, Esq., Kbcu-dnirg. Fi:K COMMISSIONER: MAURICE McNAMAKA. Johnstown. 1'OU I'OOE. llOlSK MKLCTuU: CHRISTIAN SNYDER, Jackioa Tp. FOIl Al'MTOR: JAMES NULL, Allegheny Tp. ron. sriivEvoii : HENRY SCANLAN, Carrolltown. ,"-. Tllll PRESSDEKCT. The next issue of the Fkkkmax will, in . ..... . .i ,. nil probability, contain the proceedings of the Democratic National Convention, with the names of its candidates for Pi evident and Yice-lVesidcnt. ... . . C Have lOVUVrtie to express our predictions in regard t? the nominations, deeming it better to await Ihe action of the Convention. We have, iio ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 2 July 1868

Till-: RiKEMAX- Tl Il71fSI A Y, : :7 '.TU LY I SCS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. T :-!::i;tMt.r ll.li'i ,i Uu cu'v . n Friday f f Ji. hnsf own, lost a The Day Expri-i-s east did tl.e voik. (be .f the pf'Iio wells near our ufoce, v h .11 h. s be n C!.?J up for several years, is 'I'i.f Metro; o'itaii oil isstdd bv JI L. Oat- ( ,..n, and maily tvirjbuiiy uses it. C.irbnn i! has I ten cot iii tl.e shade its Uj-'tt bus guiio t. llfv. P.. "M. Kurr is t, le installed pastor 'f the l'rol vicii in church here this (Thurs day ) alt. moon. S.-.ciu! eminent clergymen a;e t' tako pait in tl.e ct.rfniiii.Y. '1 he :k'(wmi id the doings' of the Cambria o uMy Radical set king Legislative minors la Mi-si in i i'ii'i:e too late fur itisei lion this v.i.tk. Int will h" attended to in our next. A Id i. allied I link b. while seeking to dt il :l bird'-- t.ot i'f tli; voting fledglings it i e. !.! ?1 ill' ' 1 , n.'.iv, a I'e fed fi.. in v.i applo tre.: at Wil c, and fractured one of v da- liis a i UiS. Mcis. I.enn...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 2 July 1868

Km Trouble about Judge Chatc's Principles. No Democrat Deed hesitate to give his support to Judge Chase on the score of principle. "These eupenders, EaiJ an auctioneer, 'are clastic long enough for any roan, short enough for any boy, and warranted to fit." Here we have an epitome of Judge Chase's principles. He is a hard money man ; yet, as the Irisbznan, when he saw a donkey, declared that he bad found the father of all rabbits, so we find in Chief Justice Chase the father of all greenbacks in fact, Old Greenbacks himself. i'endleton is not ahead of him on the bond question ; he is behind him ; for it is well understood that although Judge Chase made greenbacks a legal tender, he is now in favor of declaring them not to b a legal tender for any debt incurred fciuce the war. He ig, of course, in favor of paying the bonds iu greenbacks ; for the bonds must be paid in them when there is no other use to put them to. When the Chief Justice says he is in favor of appreciating greenbacks,...

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