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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 17 September 1868

II 1 It. I.. JOIIXSTOX, Kdltor 18 A FBBK3IAX WHOM THK TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. 1. A. MTIKE, In VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1868. NUMBEE j :: BSwSl- UK The Cambria Freeman WII.I, BE PCBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY MOHNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa. At the following raits, payable within three months from dte of subscribing : One copy, one year, ----- 12 00 One copy, six months, - - - - 1 00 One copy, three months, - - - - 60 Those who fail to pay tIieir subscriptions until iifu r the expiration of six months will be. charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, ninl 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 five, six months; and fifty numbers, one year. RATES OF ADVERTING. One square. 12 lines, one insertion. Each sub.-equent insertion, Auditor's Notices, each, Administrator' Notices, each, Executors' Notice"?,' each, Ystray Notices, eac...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 17 September 1868

TITK FREEMAN. XFSXSBUIIG. PA., Thursday, : : : : : Skit. 17, 1S63. IKIKOCIt ATI C K 031 IX 1TIOXS. FlR pkcsidevt: HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YOUK. VOn VICE PRESIDENT: GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. F H ATDIT.'fc GENERAL: HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, Of Fayette County. FOR SURVEYOR 'iTNERAL I GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, Vf Columbia County. rort cosRZfs : COL. JOHN P. LINTON, Johnstown. ir-R EFprrfNT vtive : Capt. JOHN PORTER. Washington Tp. rnn rpoTwooTAY . Capt. J. K. lilTE, Johnstown. r R IITRICT ATTORN EY : F. P. TIERNF.Y, E.-q.. Ebensburg. Ec R ro.MMissioxtR : MAURICE McNAMARA, Johnstown. FOR POOR LOUSE DIRECTOR: CHRISTIAN SNYDER, Jackson Tp. FOR auditor: JAMES NULL, Allegheny Tp. for srarnvoR : HENRY SCAN LAN, Carroll to -.vn. I'ltlVATE IKTTeitS. The Tribune rtlicr gently blames the Kp.t.F.MAS for jmLlishiiig what it terms a j.iivate correspondence between Thomas A. Maguire V.k , and II. M. A Jims, Esq. The f:irrcp"P iV'lcj may, fjr auht we know or re, have been confidential, though...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 17 September 1868

THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, : : : SEPT. 17, 1863. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. No one ever regretted Laving obtained a pood education. Every young person can get an education by attending the State Nor ma! School at Edinboro. Democratic Mketisgs in Cambeia Corjif TT. The following named gentlemen have been selected by the Chairman of the County Committee to address the Democracy at the times and places indicated below : Messrs. Pershing, Scanlan and Sechler, at Belsano at 2 o'clock, p. m., on Monday next. Sept. 21st. Messrs. Easly, Oatman and Tierney, at St. Nicholas at 2 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday, Sept 22J. Messrs. Linton, Shoemaker and Scanlan, at Carrolltown on Tuesday, Sept. 22d, at 7 o'clock p. m. Messrs. Sechler, Oatman, Tierney and Easly. at Plattville at 2 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday. Sept. 23d. Messrs. Shoemaker, Oatman and Scanlan, at Glosser'a, on Wednesday, Sept. 23d, at 7 p. m. Messrs. Easly, Scanlan and Tierney at A Leiden's at 3 v. m.on Thursday. Sept. 24th Messrs. Oatman, Shoemaker ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 17 September 1868

... x, v uii nifjts. O' German ;a a recent i !i iu M one of i exrhr.;.e.I the conr?c i. -r .ymour in rel:uh;i to the riots in Ytnk fiom 'personal observation, ill : :s il.ro fig?int L;tu? IT lias .r;.;'.- t.-f ti:e sut .r n ?V' to a 13: v.uh tii -rut pC'.pl. He has l-jfu educate a- t-c i.o a" iL.I ne-iyr-J the training of a state niuU. L. ti.t mot Ui:iole hour when i''.:.;iv. lvii. u was thre.at:nt-el bv a, re be! a" yt lh i alio S yr;;.. ur, then Governor cf concede this, and do n t even attempt to Y..rk, was the man who tausu to its ; asrtiil his personal character, i and K-nt reirnr-nt rftrr regiment and ; Gen. (''runt has be-.n convicted of false-e-pi.vlrnn i:U- (j".v.!ron of the militu .f ; i,,,,,. :v the I 'resident and five members - S; -.le .f York' to the as-istanoe of ' 'e ,,, "Ji,;rt o,..i .f ibr- mivmest tro.-teh. the enda-red G-mrnonweaith of Ptnosyl- j v-'i. Ii.tn he was thanhea by the j Prudent cf the UuiU-d States, and thft ; f;.,.ra,.-r of the State of lYnn lvfi:: a...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 September 1868

n ii 1 I i R. t. JOHXSTOK, Editor. IIK IB A FREEMAR WHOM TIIH TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND AH. ARE SLAVES BKS1DK, VOLUME 2. ebensburg, pa., Thursday, September 24, 1868. NUMBER 34. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Fa. At tte following rates, payable wiUiiti three months from dte of subscribing : One ccpy, one year, ----- 2 CO One cepy, mx month, - - - - 1 00 Ge py, three months, - - - - 60 Thote who fail to pay their subscriptions tatil after tle expiration of six months will be charged at the rate of $2.50 per jear, and those who fali to pay until after the ex juration of twelve months will bo charged at the rate of $8.09 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; tweuty five, six months; and fifty numbers, otio year. HATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, 11 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 Auditor' Notices, each, 2 00 Administrator-' Notice, each, 2 50 Executor' Notices, each, 2 60 Astray Notices, each 1 60 ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 September 1868

THK FREEMAN. FSFSSEVfiG, PA., TiiCtoDAT, : : : ; : Skit. 2 J, 16CS. HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YOKK. Voll VICE PWVKDENT : GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR, X! EC XT' 9 CEO. W. CiS. district 1 C. K. Kemerl?. 2. Chme M. L?t-eBX. 3. C.'haa.Pui.-k waiter. 4 Gtii. R. Lerritt. AT LAiOH- WM. V. HcGRATII. RFCToRS. u. 14 15 Ifi. 17. 1'. 19. 20 1 22. 21 24. J C. Ammermac W P. Witbington. Win. P. Oorgn. Wro. r. Schell. C L. Pershing, A. C- Noves. W. A. GalbraHh. Join R- Packard. James C. Clark. Jag. II. Hooltius. Edw'd S. GoIJen Stu'l B. Wilson. 5. C 7. 8. y. H. K. Coshrll. Reuben Suihler. 11. E. Mor abtin D. L Wenierick. I'ernrd M'Grau. 10. Wiiliira Ijliai. 11. A. O. i'rodheid. 12. John Blauiig. FOR AUDITOR OENBRAL . HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE, J' FjL'jeile County. fos f-rr.vBTOB crKKL: GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, " Columbia County. FOR CONGRESS : COL. JOHN V. LINTON, Jth.ietown. TOR ESPHIStMATIVt : Ci;:(. JOHN PORTER. Wellington Tp. I On TROTHOSOTAEY . Cap. J. K.HITE. Johnstown. F"R DISTRICT ATTORNEY: F. P. TI...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 September 1868

THE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, SElT. 24, 1C3. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. "TersOSS desiriDg to attend school should" rrite for'the catalogue of the State Normal School. AddrefS J. A. Cooper, Edir.boro, Erie Co., Pa. Jrikf iifEKTloN. I'ho chief editor is ab mut making speeches in Allegheny county, uDd the junior ia bo much occupied with job woik pertaining to the approaching election, that the former has had no time and the latter very little to devote to the present is Biie of th Freeman. ' It ia a rather uninterest ing number bo far as editors, are concerned, but we can't help it. Another exquisite poetical contribution has been receivetlfroin 'Lin:et." which will find a place in Lext week's Freeman Our next door neigh bor, John D. Thomas, had received a varied assortment of the he-t manufactured ladies,' miast-a' anl children's shoes we have ever sampled, an l we advise all our lady friends to call ai.d see them. They are perfect ia make, handsome ia fctyle, seasonable in quality and low in price...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 September 1868

Tho following H.rc the tiofeing fentcnoos of a mos-t tlc.tcnt speech delivered ly Hon. (Ji:o. II. I'Kxni.fcT-jy, at ILiriford, Conn., cn the 25th ult. : Nw. I sv that the true r.lv .( the T'r.i- ted Sta) is to piy the t o:..I:,Ji.. r exact!) h-it we j rirt.:.,;. Th: is the on'y uay to z I iic.e iiiv. m.o.er ci :.is i,v.r..(u; ins is me iiy way to relieve tLi-burdens of the coun- en try ; to matte it easier for the peoplo to pay thr-ir iz'tirz t.i rr..'iLf .t caii.r f.-r treni to train a Uvifg. Do thia nr.d prosperity will again return, your Jl it's will nijMUi Le fcr tile, om iodu;-:.ry will flourish. The Bc pullican party is oppor-ed t.t this wlrlc ss em. They pre in fivor of not pacing rff. hut of funding the bonds. According to theii plan tho funded debt would have 40 yi'jr t run at 4 J tut tei.t. ii tertt pny Lie Lviiii principal end interest in g ld ; and the henris shall net be Kuhjcct to taxation, niil.er hy the State nor by the Frderal Gov ernment. Well, gentlemen, I tihj.-c...

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

; j i i t : ! It. I.. JOIIXSTOH, Editor. iiH IS A FREEMAN WHO TH WtH HAKES FfLKE, AND At AK Svit, BESIDE; ' . - . fl. A. Wt'ttLE, PuttlUer VOLUME 2. The Cambria Froeman WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensbvrg, Cambria Co., Pa. Al the failovsing rates, payable toithin three months from dtt of subscribing i One copy, one year, - - - - - $2 00 One copy, six months, .... 1 00 One copy, three months, - - 60 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six months will be charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and those who fait to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of J3.00 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; twenty-five, six months; and fifty numbers, one year. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 Administrator!' Notices, each, 2 50 Executors' Notices, each, 2 50 Sstray Notices, each 1 50 3 mos. C mos. 1 yr....

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 1 October 1868

u 4 S i ? ! 4 ' in I It ?j ; si ii it I y 1 I 1 1 it FT ii if I l i IS I i V Mi ''I.. mm; 7 1 4 f ' 'f.( ' -.ft , , - . t n iiiiifii 111? . ;i 1 v' ' 1 : l . - s? ":. 1 Mil ! ? I T H Ej.:FRE K M AN . rsEyscur.G, pa., . . Thcusdav, : : t : : Oct. l; 18C8- dkhocratic komwatioxs.' FOR PUEMIKST : HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR, , r OF NEW YORK., . FOR VICE PRESIDENT : GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR, - ' ,i OF MISSOURI, j ; , . ; . HECTORS AT LARGE. GEO: VT. CASS, WM. V. McGRATIL ' DISTRICT ELECTORS. ' 1. C. E. Kcmerly. 13. J. C. Amraerman. 14. W. I. WitMngtou. 15. Win. P. Gorgas. 1C. Wm P. Scliell. 17. C. L. Pershing, 18. A. C. Noves. 19. W A. Galbraith. 20. John R. Packard. 21. James C. Clark. 522. Jas. H. Ilorkins. 23. Edw'd S. Golden. 24. Sam"! li. W'ilaou. a. "Chas,' M. Lessenx. 3. Chas.Ruck waiter. 4 5. Geo. IL, Berritt. H. R. Cogirsncll. 6. Reuben Subler. It. E. Morahan. 7. H. D- L. Wendcnck. . Bernard M'Gr.iu. 10. William Shirk. 11. A. G. Brodbcad. 12. Johu Blandig. FOB AUDITOR OENKBAL : IION. CIIAUL...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 1 October 1868

i ii THE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, : ; : OCT. 1, 18C3. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ax Education if a Foetune. -One of the best places to acquire a sound education is at the Normal School. Write for its cir cular. Address J. A. Cooper, Edinboro, Erie Co., Pa. The Campajgx. The political meetings held throughout the northern part of the county last week were, for the most part, complete successes, although the weather was most unpropitious for such gatherings, and it could not have been expected that people would turn out in any great numbers, however much they might have desired to listen to the discussion of the important is sues involved in the present campaign. The present week, so far, has been ex tremely favorable for out-ooor meetings, and the gatherings have improved in numbers accordingly. The meeting at Hemlock, on Monday afternoon and evening, we are in formed, was one of the largest and most en thusiastic which has ever assembled in Washington township. It was addressed bv Messrs. Linton....

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 1 October 1868

3i2.v.:rojac:22B jussi: r. m:iiviVL.s. Jesse R. CJrruit, the author uf VMysses S. Grant, bein incontinently choked off from writing "the life of my eon" in the New York "Ledger, had consoled himself by writing his own life in the New York Shoe and leather HeporU-r. We thought at first glance it was a LurleKpje, but on reading a few scnten't-s, the ptyl.j, which defies competition or cuui.tci fuif, coiiur.ccl ua of its genuincrieea. Jesse commences Lie lifo nt thi tifno he was born, and eat mush find mil!:, until he was fourteen years old, at which z" he went to reside with Ju Jge Tod. Wo quote : "The first nijrlit I was at Mrs. Tod's I was put in the little log kitc hen to make my cupper, of mush and rnilk, with the judge's children. Hut that was all right with me, for, as I have Buid before, I had never thought of anything letter to feed children on. Xh;re an incident occurred that fixed my destiny for future life, and perhaps had something to do with the taking of Fort Doneltfcn. ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 8 October 1868

L nr. b R. I JOIIXSTOX, Editor. UK IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TROTH MAKES FREE, AND Al.1. ARE SLAVES BESIDE, II. A. MTIKE, Publisher. VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER & 1868. NUMBER 36. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Zbonsbnrg, Cambria Co., Pa. At Vie following rates, payable within three months from die of subscribing : One copy, one year, - - - - - $2 00 One copy, six months, ... - 1 00 One copy, three months, - - - - 50 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions on til after the expiration of six months will be 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-five, six months; and fifty numbers, one year. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 Administrator .' Notices, each, 2 50 Executors' Notices, eac...

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. — 8 October 1868

THE FREEM AN. SBSNSEUHG, PA., Xii cits day, : : : : : Oct. 8, 18C9. DEMOCRATIC IVCKrll.VtTIOAS. for rnEsiDEST : IIOX. I IO RATIO SKYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. ion vice niEsiDEvr : GEN. FRANK 1 BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. Ff KCTOnS AT LARGE. CEO. W.CASS, WM. V. McGRATII. DISTRICT 1. C. E. Remedy. 2. Chas. M. Lessenz. 3. Chas. Buck waiter. 4. Geo. R. Berritt. 5. II. R. Coggshell. B Reuben Stabler. 7. It. E. Monahan. 8. D. L. Wcndcrick. J. Bernard M'Crau. 10. William Shirk. 11. A. O. Brodhead. 12. John 1'Jandig. ELECTORS. 13. J. C. Amrocrmnn, 11. W. P. Witl.ington. 15. ffm. P. Oorgas. 1G. Wm. P. S.hell. 17. C L. Fershing, 18. A. C. Noyes. 19. W. A. Gatbraith. 20. John R. Packard. 21. James C. Clark. 22. Jas. II. Honking. 23. Edw'd S. Golden. 21. Sam'l B. Wilson. Toil AUPTTon QKN'ERAt. ! HON. CIIAKLES E. DOYLE, Of Fayette County. FOR SCRVEVOR CF.XERAL '. GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT, Of Columbia County. FOR COKORE8S : COL. JOHN 1 LINTON, Johnstown. FOB REPRESENTATIVE: Capt. JOHN roRTER, Washington Tp. FOR I...

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. — 8 October 1868

THE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, : : : 0CT.8, 1S6S. LOCAL AND PERSONAL No oxe ever regretted baring obtained a good education. Every young person can get an education by attending the State Nor mal Schooi at Edinboro. Ocb Correspondents. If there is one thing more than another upon whieh the freeman can pride itself, it is the interesting array of original contributions which appear In its columus each week. No country paper on our excla-ge list is so fortunate is this raepect, aod these contributions from our correspondents are always of the rUCst read able, instructive, and often amusing charac ti r. The series of letters written by Petro leum V. Nasby, Jr., and which have been published by us, have been a great source of gratification and enjoyment to our readers, and we are sure that all will regret if the close of the political campaign should leave no further work for Lis sarcastic pen. Nas by, Jr., has shown himself a humorous wri ter of rare merit, and he has our sincere thanks, and t...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 8 October 1868

J- 23 Ilrllllant rheuomcuoii. TLe Nashville Prees and Times of the 13th records the following pingular and interesting phenomenon : Yesterday a strange and terrible natu ral phenomenon occurred in Cheatham county, about nineteen miles from the city, on the lino of the Nashville and North western railroad. About one o'clock, while the men employed on the plantation of Joshua Fulgham were going into the field to pluck fodder, the fun being hid-, den behind clouds at the time, and a gen eral gloom pervading the sky, they were much frightened and confused by the ap parent opening of the clouds, judging from the description of the phenomenon, not more than five or six degrees north of the zenith. They judged the cloud to be about three-quarters of a mile high. The sin gular sight attracted their notice. A brilliant whitish red glare overspread an immense mass of black clouds, on the center of which appeared a funnel-like aperture about tour or five feet in diame ter, the sides of which p...

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. — 15 October 1868

JU 111 o fflUM iy i i R. t. JOII.VSTOX, Editor. VOLUME 2. The Cambria Freeman WILI, BE P0BLIS11ED EVE It Y THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Fa. At the Moving rates, payable within three months from dts of subscribing : One copy, one year, ----- $2 00 Oua copy, six months, - - 1 00 One copy, three months, - - - - 60 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after tho expiration of six months will be charged at tho rate of $2.50 per year, and those who fali to pay until after the ex piration of twelve mouths will be charged at the rate of $3.00 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; t-enty five, six months; and fifty uumbers, one 3'ear. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, $1 00 EacIi subsequent insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 Administrator:' Notices, each, 2 50 Executors' Notices, each, 2 50 astray Notices, each 1 60 3 W103. 6 ntos. 1 yr. 1 r,quirc, 12 lines, $ 2 60 $ 4 00 $ t 00 2 squares, 24 lines, 5 00 8 00 12 00 3 square...

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. — 15 October 1868

ZBEN3BURG, PA., Thuhsuvy, : : : : Oct. 15, 1868. . .tt-"t DEMOCRATIC X03II-4TIOAS: VOIl l'UKSIDKNT : HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR, . OF NEW YORK VOH VICE 1'REfIDENT: GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR, OP MISSOURI.' Kt.KCTOBS AT LAtlfil. CEO. W. CASS, WM. Y. McGRATII, DISTRICT 1. C. E. Kernel ly. 2. Chas. M. Lespenss. . 'J. Chas.Ruckwalter. 4. Geo. R. Berritt. 5. H. II. Cogjrshell. 6. Reuben Stabler. 7. H. E. Mooabaa. 8., D. L. Wendcrick. 9. Bernard M'Grau. lit. William Shirk. 11. A. O. Urodhcad. 12. John Blandig. FLFCTORS. - ? -. 13. J. C. Ammerman. 14. W. P. Wellington. 15. VVid. P. Oorgas. 1C. Wm P. Schell. 17. O L. Pershing, 18. A. C. Noves. 19. W. A. Gaibraith. 20. Jolm R. Packard. 21. .Tame C. Clark. 2t. Jas. II. Hopkins. 2.1. Edw'd 8, Golden. 24. SamT B. Wilson. TIIC ELECTION. The- electian on Tuesday, important and exciting cs it was, passed off q'liet'.y. The Democratic vote in Cambria county is large, but the entire vote was not polled. There are fully two hundred Democratic voters in Cambria co...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 15 October 1868

H li THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, : -. : OCT. 15, 18C8. gj , LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tf.esons desiring to attend echool should write for the catalogue of the State Normal School. Address J. A. Cooper, Ediuboro, Erie Co., la. The Rksclt is Cambhia. Amid the gen eral defeat which seet to hare overwhelmed the Democracy in Tuesday's election, it is gratifying to know that Cambria county has in the main sustained her fair name, and given a Democratic majority on the State and the greater portion of the county ticket nearly up to her average 'majorities It is nlso a source of great gratification to know that our candidate for District Attorney has een elected, notwithstanding a renegade Democrat was placed on the Radical ticket and many otherwise consistent Democrats truck hands with tmr political enemies in the effort to defeat Mr. Tiorney. What his ninj'rity will le it is now impossible to de termine, but while it will be small, probably tiot more than one or two hundred, it is con ceded by all pa...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 15 October 1868

Impeachment of the Radical Party. BEHOLD TI1EIR GUILT X We give belov, from the Boston Courier, an enumeration of specific high crimes and misdemeanors, of which the Radical part, through its leaders and agents in Congress, stands arraigned before the bar of the coun try. It will be seen tbat the different counts embrace every act subversive of the princi ple of civil liberty, and equally derogatory to the rights of the people : I. It has set aside the Constitution of the United States, the basis, pledge and security for Republican freedom. II. It has practically abrogated State go vernments in the ten Southern States, rang ing them in military districts, and placing over those districts military commanders. III. It has deprived every white man of his vote who would not aid in the Radical plan of "reconstruction." IV- It has bestowed the power of suffrage upon every negro disposed to lend himself to that purpose. V. It Las substitute military commis sions for the civil tribunals. VI...

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