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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 July 1868

u u eeS-J? g&&&mJrlM- &&r. $s?-&ib!s!5 it. t.. joiixstox, Editor. IIB IS A FREBpAX WHOM THE TRUTH MAKE FREE, AND ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDE. II. A. itlTIKL, lu burner VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1868. NUMBER 23. The Cambria Freeman wiu. be rciiLisnED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebonsbwrg, Cambria Co., Pa. At the following rales, payable within three months from die of subscribing : One copy, one year, ----- $2 00 One copy, six mouths, - - - - 1 00 One copy, three months, -, - - - 60 Those who f.irl to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration ol fcix months will bo charged at the rate of $"2.50 per year, and those who fali to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of $3.00 per year. - Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; twenty live, tsix. months; and fifty numbers, one year. RATES OF AD VKKTISIKU. One square, 12 Hues, one insertion, $1 00 Ev-h subsequent insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 Admi...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 July 1868

THE FREETilAN. JjBUNSE UF,G , iM., Thcesjdat, r : : : : Jo y 0, 1SCS. Democratic State Ticket. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL : HON. CHARLES K. BOYLE, O" FayetU County. FOR BCRVRVOR OF.KKRAL : GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, 0" Columbia County. Democratic County Ticket. XOU BEPRESENTATlVK : Cf.pt. JOHN TORTER. Washington Tp. XOVL FROTHOXOTART . Capt. J. K. 1IITE, Johnstown. FOR filSTRICT attorney: F. P. TIERNEY, Esq., KbeDsburg. rca commissioner: MAURICE McNAMARA, Johnstowa. for roou norsE oibfctor: CHRISTIAN SNYDER, Jacksou Tp. FOR ACDITOU: JAMES NULL, Allegheny Tp. FOR BCSTEYOn : HENRY SCAN LAN, Carrolltown. The Great Convention. We hare dtlaycd the issuing of our paper ona day and crowded out our usu.il variety in order to make room for the proceedings of the Democratic National Convention, and in hopes that we would be able to announce the candidate for President before going to press. We have found it impossible to give place to more than the three fi.-t days' proceedirgs, but learn that the gre...

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. — 9 July 1868

TIIUIJSDAY, : : : JULY 0, 1868. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Tnr. G tenors Fociith. The only recfp i::ti,us c!' ti:f national anniversary in this vicinity wa.-s tie pic-nics of tbe Catho'ic con jugation mid the Presbyterian Sabbath which were held in two teautiful fl.lj.iccut to town. At the former the innit txttnsire preparations were male for tfio n ci imnedatU ns of visitors, and an l i iiilai.ce of the jichrst viands and most lubstantial eatables were prepared w ith l.ivihh hrnds, Lut we regret to say that in point of numbers the affair was net a success. Many persons were txj ected fiotn neighbor ing localities, but they fai'ed to puHn an appearance. The Carrolltown bra.3 band w as on the grounds throughout the day. and did much to enliven the ccca-ion The Sab bath School ce'eb-ation ws enj iyed by the little folks with great zest and spirit, and happiness and good feeling prevailed to a nio.-t gratifying extent. Prom other sections we have received no report of proceedings, but learn t...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 July 1868

Tjje Attorn et General Elect Mck rtPo an KurroK. It eec-ms, says the EIuntfTOmcry Mail, that Joshua Morse, the euce.sMoniat, who before tUo war cru tily boat a negro, urvJ poured salt on the quivering wound?, and who since the war lias been promoted by negroes and Con gress to the position of Attorney General of the bogus Government, has continued his infamous career by murdering the ed itor cf the Ciioctalo Herald, a man who has not hesitated from tho outset to espoe tho disgraceful character of the leaders cf the Ifadical party. By a gentleman jutt from Hu'l r we learn that on Tuesdav last our friend N. L Thocna, editor cf i the LIkc aw Herald, was murdered in a most cowardly manner by Joshua Morse, the Attorney General of the scalawag oligarchy which the so-called Congress at Washington Las just voted to recognize as the lawful government of what wr.s tho State of Alabama. Ha was ass'sted by cne Wm. Gilmore, a Iced eminent member of the gang of renegade white men, but well enough...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 July 1868

(I i . ir-i If-??, I K ; 1 1 1 ! i V IS It. JOllX.S'S'OX, r.iUtor HE IS A FKBEXXAX WHOM THE TUUTH .M AKE FREE, AX D ALL AUG SLAVES BESIDE, II. A. Jri'IHL', Publisher i r..v i :-' 1 ! i - MP VOLUME 2. The Cambria Freeman vi li. b:c l-riiLisnr.i) i:vi?j:y Thursday mousing, At LTjc:ijfcuri, Cambria Co., Pa. At '.'- foUfwiii; ra!ts. ftay-iUe icilfiin three iujut't3 Jio:.i iHe of i u'vt ibivg : 0;,c c jy, iit'. i't';ir, ----- J2 00 diic O'j.y, : UKiiilhs, - - - - 1 00 V.'.. l'l ' , tIK'liltiS, - l-".' i Th.usc who f.iil M jay tln.-ir Hi;1f ri fna.s; ti:.:i! ;ili. r tin; cX.irati--n t six will ti? cii ir.jv-! at ttu- r.itt: f i'-'.O jh r yt-ar, a ; i tii t in. t".d: I . ; ay ui:t:i nfcr th -x-I-:r.r!..n ' '1 l v.; 1 i : i . ' t ; s vi!J be cliurg.'l ;it ti.- r.i'v t 0 . r ye. sr. l'ivt-!,'.' liiuiibt'r- .Ti.stitut." a .pi. liter ; t-vcr.ty fi'.v, six uiuritlis; ,uii iii ' V ! utnl tTS, R.Ti:s OF Al'VKMTISIN';. i ):.o .-..j-j p.'. 12 ;i:..-.s (.n insfi'tion. 11 00 J 2 (0 : 2 CO I ..l:t::il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 July 1868

3 i..-;X, '-rT-Tjrr z-xas 33LSSEsac. TT? TV 1? A f "M -L JAJ j Lij, 1 . " iSFXSEUJlG, FA., TnciwnAT, July 16, 1SC8 Democratic National Ticket. r-n m:esidest : HON. IIOIIATIO SKYMOUJi, OF JEW YOKK. H)n VICK rRKMPEST : GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR, Of MISSOURI. Democratic State Ticket. for ArniT.-m genksal : iion. ciiaki.es e. boyli:, Of Fa j cite County. fob FrrvKTon ofnkral : CEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, 0" Columbia Ccunty. Democratic f.'euaty Ticket. Fen KrrKi;si:.vrATiVE : Capt. JGI11S I'CRTi-K, Vihingtou Tp. Foa l-UOTItONOTART . Capt. J. K. I1IT1-J. Johiisf,wu. F'lU T-ISTB1CT ATXOHNKT : 1 T. TIKHNKY, l!--i , Lbcusburg. vtv. roMM'-isioNER : l.IAUUIOK McN AMAiiA, .T.h'!stown. for I'oor ur.rsH r-iatciok: CIIRIrSi'lAN t-NYDLil, Jackm Tp. run AUDiToa: JAME3 NULL. Allegheny Tp. Fon si'iiVEVf'ii : HENRY SCANW.S. Carrolltown. Tlio Convention Ita Candidates. j V.'e were present lit the fittings of the j National Democratic Gout cation from its ': i inception to its clow, j Tery Stats in this broad Uri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 July 1868

If u H li j 1 THE FREEMAN. TIICKSDAY, : JULY JG, lcGS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Tus 1?id3 Show. The Radicals essayed to hold their County Con volition ou Monday Just. It was vtr.v iu .dhmsive, and the De mocracy can well utLud ij treat, it as Thud. fcf vcr.n proposed tu ticat a certain memor able election, "as though it Lad never beeu held." Carroll, C'earudd, (the two largest districts in the Ovui.ty J Chest, Blackhck and VirUowu were uureprcscuteJ, while other districts had only cue delegate. liarry Hoggs, liui h man's postmaster at Johnstown, A. II. Gregg, Breckinridge can didate for Register and Recorder in 1SU0, and George EiigeiLach, of I'uiUge Railroad luiuiory, ran the machine. Hoggs otganize.-l the meeting, Doggs offi cered it, Hoggs cailed for the credentials, lhgg8 l r light out the candidates, Hoggs Wis the Convention, and without Hoggs there was no Cvn ventii n. Hogga notiiinaad IIou. I). J. Morrell by acJaf '.iaU. L.. Lolls made a strong speech in favor of a Cin.br. a man t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 16 July 1868

Dam.ih: iuom Liciitsim;.. During the r;:ins :.n 1 s o-nia of the past few weeks w-.: hive heard of Several accidents from lightning, buth to persons and property, and ui iew t i" the continuance and pro l.vbh r-surfence of these storm", we give f .jv.w Tacts with ro-gc.rd to lightning which may bo of b. nent to those who regard th.-.u worthy of tf -unon. L very d'-ovroud to be no sir a free building; v'"') neur.n river or any m;:-in - v. a'.er, LtcatiS'j tl:tl vnii l.-C'pj .iily (J.1 c I'tr'"- , :ijri;u!"J eiotid, an.3, if any cri were near by :u tLe tirue, ;'-- licditr'ng rr.icdit cdanee ofl a;i 1 pas tl '.xn-l, !i,c bi;n:::n b.r.iy. The rvu dangerous pari of a dwell ing daring a thunder .storm are the fire lace, crp?( ial!y if the fire be hbhted, tlie attic T'.ft! 'lie c'I.tr. It is r.'.so imprudent to sit .-low by tbc wV.ls, to rin-i a b II, or to bar the tliuiis, during a thuider storm. II: :; i Uces are daegt-rous, because beat, .5r, am! soot, especially when con nected with a ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 July 1868

II i V 'i i? atfiSSetSS b It. I.. JOIIXSTOX, Editor. II IS A FREEMAN WHOM TUB TRUTH HAKE FREE, AND ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDE, 0. A. M'PIKK, PubUfcbcr VOLUME 2. ebensburg, pa., Thursday, july 23, 1868. NUMBER 25- The Cambria Freeman WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Fa. At Uic following rates, payable within three months J'rom die tf subscribing : Oue copy, one year, ----- 2 00 One copy, six months, ... - 1 00 One copy, three mouths. - - - - 60 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six months will bi charged at the rate of $2.60 per year, and those who fall to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rato of $3.00 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; tvventy-five, nix months; and fifty numbers, cue year. RATB9 OF ADVERTISING, One equare, 12 lines, one insertion, tl 00 Each subsequent insertion, 2fi Auditor's Notices, each, 2 CO Administrator ' Notices, each, 2 60 Executors' Notic...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 July 1868

THE FREEMAN, fSSNJSP UBG, PA., : . i TaniuaiT, : r ': :J : July 23 18C. Democratic National Ticket. FOR rUKSIDENT :' HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. KOll VICE PRESIDENT Z GEN. FRANK I BLAIR, ..OF MISSOURI. . Democratic State Ticket. FOB ACDITOB GENERAL : 'HON. CHARLES E. HOYLE, Of Fayette County. FOB 6URVHTOR GENERAL : GEN. WELLINGTON IL ENT, Of Columbia County. Democratic County Ticket. 'FOB EIIPRF.SENTATIVl : Capt. JOHN I'ORTEIt, Washingtoa Tp. EOft PROTnOKOTART . Capt. J. K. HITE, Johnstown. FOB DISTRICT ATTOR.VRY : F. P. TIERNEY, Esq., Ebensbur-. FUR COMMISSIONER: MAURICE McNAMARA, Johnstown. TOR TOOR HOUSE DISECTOK : CHRISTIAN SNYDER, Jackson Tp. rOK ACDITOtt: JAMES NULL, Allegheny Tp. FOR UrBVKVOB : ; HENRY SCANLAN, Carrolltown. "WHY KOT nG IIOXCSTf" The Jwlinstown Tribune puis thi3 ques tion to the Fkekman in its last Issue. Wo scarcely know how to reply, for next to being very insulting the Tribune is very dignified. If we were to reply according to the terms of the charg...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 July 1868

THE FlljEEaiAN- TIIUKSDAY. : : : JULY 23, 18C8. LOCAL AND PERSONAL., Km-roRiAuriEs, Local and General. Mre. Lincoln and her son "Tad" are just now rusticating at Cresson. As wc go to press the long wished fornml much needed rain id coming down in tor rents. Thank God for the blessing. Persons intending to teach school should. 11 ji'istiiUe, spend one term at me rorniai School atEdinboro. It will prove &f great value to them. John Mnll, w n wr-s recently struck on the head with .1 tune at New Florence, id lmt dead, as has beeu reported, but is in a fair way of recovering. Five spans of the Tenna. Railroad bridge across the Susquehanna near ilairisburg, were destroyed by tire early on Friday morn ing last. It was fired by a locomotive. A lady named Miss Mitchell, residing in IJrowu tvnsh''p.jMifflin county, was recent ly killed by lightning while engaged in wri ting a letter iu an upper room of the house. A man name 1 lteighart, a rfident of Cani 1 ru borough, was drowned in the C...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 July 1868

'5S. IT I'ADDV THINKS. :'..uier Radical Parthy, it's a very Leu sthory 5 tell of the fiojerboys brave ; died on the field full of murtber a-d glory, . : ; F'hara and the Bthripes for to save ; 7 the childcr at home vere a sighin' and rrjin' i or t'r.cir father, that had hat a ditch for a grave. - it uc x't yoa think that yeVe lying some what whin ye ppake it, Ar tbrvia' to buy up thtir votes wid ye'r trash, ...V. v. by do ye pay off their Tensions in pa per, V. h lo tLe bondholder handle the hard yellow cash ? A 'i ! : kcow that you spake what ia false as ouM Sat h an ; iiut you'll fool ua no more wid your blar ney and tra&h. Jiiot look. If ye plaze, at the boys that were sojers, J rokeu down wfd tbewara, crippled vet erans an poor, I1' "-.' their own an' the bondholders taxes, WLi'e tLe bondholder handled hia "Rhi ne.-.' galore. s v ould pay off the rich xnn In goold, ar rah, would ye ? An' the poor man in ahinplasters 'cause he is poor 1 ye thisk that the boys are in love wid ...

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

It If . - - . - a - IJ. I.. JOIIXSTOX, Editor. 11 K IS A PRBKMAS WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FttEE, AND ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDE. H. A. M'PIKi:, t'ublU'.ior VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1868- NUMBER 26. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE FCBLISIIKD EVERY THURSDAY' MORNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Fa. At the following rates. payable icithin three iiiontlts J'tom die of subscribing : One copy, one year, ----- $2 00 Ouo copy, six months, - - - - 1 00 One cop', three months, CO Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after ihc expiration ol six mouths will be charged at the rate of $2.60 per year, and tho.se who fall to pay until after the ex piration of tw elve months will be charged at the rate of $3.00 per year. Twelve Humbert? constitute a quarter; twenty fire, six months; and fifty numbers, one year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, ,12 lines, one insertion, tl 00 Each siifc-o'iueiit insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, each 2 00 Administrator ' Notices, each, 2 CO Executors...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 July 1868

THE FREEMAN. BNSBUPG, PA., ?urrDAT, : : : :J: July 30, 1868. Democratic National Ticket. Vnrt 1K ESI DENT : HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF .N'EflT YORK. I-OH VICK I'liESI DENT I GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR, OP MISSOURI. Wct!;iocrat!c StuCe Tlcliet. for Ai'tnoR oenjkal: HON. CUAKLES E. 1JOYLE, Of rayetU Cvu.-iy. FOR SURVKTr'R GEXERVL: GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, Cf CiAumhia Cuuitty. Democratic County Ticket. TOR BKI'BESENTATIVR : CApt. JOHN rORTEIi. Washington Tp. FOR FFOTIIONOT ART : Capt. J. K. H1TE. Johnstown. FOR niSTRICT ATTORNEY : F. r. TIEltNEY, Esq., Ebensburg. vi-r piMM'ssjoitn: MaLKIC'H McNAMARA, Johnstown. rjA poor norsE mzxctou: CHRISTIAN JSNYDEK, Jackson Tp. for AriHToa: JAMES NULL, Allegheny Tp. FOR SCRTEVOK : HENRY SCANLAN, Carrolltown. IT WOT DO. K.ulicnlism wishes to conceal its crimes .riu:r the smoke of Grant's cigar. It thinks that, like the ostrich, by hiding Us Lead in the sand ita body is concealed ; but with the PaJicals, ns well as the cstrich, the Hump slicks out. T!ie Iast ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 July 1868

THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, : : : JULY 30, 1SCS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. EnrroRiAMnES, Local and General A eeivant girl at the Mono tain Douse. Cnsion. we are told, died very suddenly ou Sunday last. Why if the handsomest young lady in Ebensburg like a hinge 1 Because the is Fonifthitg to adore. Our frit-ud Huff, now of Greenfihurg, spent a day w ith us nut long since, and was greet ed by all his old friends "on sight." Our down town neighbor, Edward Glass, Esq., who bus been suffering seriously from protracted illness, is now, we are pleased to say. tlovly convalescing. It is alleged by persons competent to judge, that the wheat crop of Cambria this year will more than double the yield of last Feaion. The same will hold good in regard to neighboring counties. Tho barn of Daniel Shrader, in Sewickly township, Westmoreland county, was struck by lightning on Sunday week, and barn, vl eat, hay, machinery, etc.. to the value of fifteen hundred dollars, were destroyed. A fracas occurred Let ween ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 July 1868

' JET SLJ33L-"W Corns Coins are of two kind, vege table and animal.: Vegetable corn grows in rows, and animal corn grows on toes. There ure several kinds of corn ; there is unicorn, Capricorn, . cgrn-dodgeis, field corn, and toe' corn, which is the corn you feel most. It is paid, I believe, that gophers like corn, but a person having oorns doe not like to "go far," if ho can hAp it. Con3 havo" kernel,' and many onlnn. U have corns. v ccelable Corn colonels nave corns. .-B- I L-rows on ear?; but nninial corn grows on the feet, at tho ether end ol ti e body. Another kind of corn is acorn; these prow on oak?, but there, is no honx about the corn The accrn is a com - with an indefinite arlick, but 1Le.tue corn is n very definite article indeed. Try it" and we. Many a man, when he has a corn, he wishes it was na acorn. Folks that have corns, sometimes rend for a doctor, and if the doctor himself id corned, he won't probubly do so well ai if lie isn't. rJ he doctors tay that corns are pro...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 August 1868

h - ZI" : 77... . - - . , zi .... i II. I.. JOIIXRTOX, Editor. H K S A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FRBE, AXD ALL ARK SLAVES BESIDE, 11. A. M'l'IKE, Publinucr VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1868. NUMBER 27 The Cambria Freeman WILL BE 1UBL1SHKD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Fa. At the following rates, payable tritJiiii three months from die of subscribing : One copy, one year, ----- $2 00 One coj , six months, - - - - 1 00 One copy, three months, - - - - 60 Those who f.til to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six months will be charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and thoe who tali to pr.y until after the ex pinttiun of twr'.ve months will be charged at the rate ..i 01 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; twenty riv., six mouths; and fifty numbers, i ii'j year. HATES OF APVEBTI61SO. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, En.ch sui.feiiiient insertion, Auditvr's Ni ties, each, Adu:ini.-t rator Notices, each, Kxocut'.irs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 August 1868

f IT E R E EM A N . 2BEXSEUIIG, P.4., TmrrauAY, : : : : : Acg. 6, 18C8. rJ " J . i-i 1 ' . Democratic National Ticket. ron rRFMHENT : HON. HORATIO SKYMOUR, OF NEW YOKK. Von TICK rREMPKNT : GEX. FRANK P. BLAIR, or wissouiti. Democratic State Ticket. ron ACPrroR gekzral: HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, Of Fayette County. FOB 5CRTEY0R GENERAL Z GEN. WELLINGTON II. UNT, Of Columbia County. Democratic County Ticket. FOR RFrFE." HSTATIVB : Cant. JOHN PORTER, Wellington Tp. FOR VROTIIOVOTABT . Capt. J. K. HUE. Johnstown. FOR DISTRICT ATT0J1XET : F. r. TIERNEY, Emi.. KLeubUrg. Fv. R COMMHSIOXhR: MAURICE Slt-NAMARA. Johnstown. rn poor nnrjE muECTOR : CHRISTIAN SNYDF.lt, Jackson Tr. FO!l aiditor: JAMES NULL, Allegheny Tp. roa srRVEroa: HENRY SCAN LAN, Carroiltown. VICTORY ! ! HEKTUCXY GOKE DEMOCRATIC. SiYTY TH0U3AND MAJORITY! At the State election hold in Kentucky on Monday 1ist, Stevenson, the Demo- crtic candidate for Governor, and the rest of the Democratic Sfa'o ticket, was (lected by a majority w...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 August 1868

THE FREEMAN. 'UIl('i:SI)AY, 5J'X L AUG. G, LC3. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. F.niToiii.vi.nics, Loom, am Gexeicai.-- "M" Ciiilvllifoci'd Hume" thall appear in the next IVeanan. Our friend t Sonmaa is il formed thai KdinLero is in county, Fa. 'j-j.e j-Ksf. nger fare on the Pa. R. Jl. l.au been iivuccd one half cent per mi!c. Mb Mi Ifti Scibert, t!ie young I.v'y who v i shot l.y Meiklein, at Aitooiiu, is rapidly n coveting. A black snake eight feet long is said to have been killed in Washington township cue iy liiF.t week. The i evidence of The. Harney . of Snyder township, Blair county, was destroyed Ly tire week before !at. A drover died on the first fast freight train Eist, below Patterson, on Friday morning lBt. Name nolTgiven. The. Pagan, ulio cause-el the elealh of Wm I.are in Ilol'iidaysburg, on Saturday week, has been released on $5,000 hail. The I), nu emtio Stratoual Confer nre for this DU'rict will be held at the "Indiana lloue," Indiana, ou to-niorrow, Friday, Aug. 7fi. The paper m...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 August 1868

-aobla Literal urc ia I he Uag .Tu'.y ami August nro (lie months in wlii. h Jogs and cats commonly go rnad. Ojo who reads the Jacobin newspaper concerns during these months will perceive the verification of this fact in a great deal of frothing about Horatio Seymour. He will learn therefrom many things s bout Horatio Seymour that no one ever loi'.i.icd before. Jio will leam that Horatio Seymour tv a boru with double rows of teeth ; mid that his fint lively prfoinmnce was to l ite off the nurse's little finger because the had fi brother in the army. 'I iiat lie grew up a deceitful young ras cal, who bamboozled "good little boys" into the belief that fwailuwe niiht be ouht by j utting Onondaga suit on their Jails. That he cut the throa's of wx schcol LIIu.vr, extracted their livc.-p, and told them to ft saunae-makcr. That he t-tudied law because lawyers ?i:ci- "d better in rascality than any other people, excepting those who get war con .r;:c:a or places in the revenue service. That b...

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