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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 November 1868

' " ' - - II. JOIIXSTCS, Editor. HE IS A FUIE1IA. VUOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AMD AI.I. ARE SLAVES BEglDE II. A. 31IlIi.E, Xu blinker VOLUME 2. ebensbtjrg, pa., Thursday, November 26, i 868. NUMBER 43 The Cambria Freeman WILL BE I'UBUSnED EVEKY XI 1U USD AY MOANING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa. A' the following rates, payable within three months j'l om die of subscribing : One copy, one year, - - - - - i 2 00 Ouu copy, fix months, - - - - 1 00 One copy, thiec months, - - - - 60 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration ot six months will be charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and thoae who fall 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, bix mouths; and fifty numbers, vue year. BATES OF ADVEKTISINCr. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, each, 2 00 Administrator ' Notices, each, - 50 Executors' N...

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. — 26 November 1868

. k'$c- x b IX. JOHSSTCS, Editor. UK 1S A PHIiEDIAS WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BKSIDE II. A. 3IIIILE, rubSlklzer VOLUME 2. ebensburg, pa., Thursday, November 26, 1868. NUMBER 43. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE 1'UBLIiIIED E;TRY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa. At tin following rates, payable within three months fioia die of xubscribitij : 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 uftcr the expiration ot fix months will be chirked at the rate of $2.50 per year, and thoae who fall to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of $3.03 per year. Twelve numbers conbtituio a quarter; twenty five, six months; and fifty numbers, tiie year. BATES O?" ADVERTISING. One square. 12 lines, one insertion. Each subsequent insertion, Auditor's Notices, each. $i 2 00 2S oo Administrator ' Notices, each, Executors' Notices, each, '...

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. — 26 November 1868

THE FREEMAN. SBBitSBURG, PA., THtRsoAT, : : : : : Not. 26, 1S69. THE ALIXGH4XIAX. XT IS TIES CS IT SO-STS AT OCR TEARS IT rLAAlABISES ITO.S t'S JUSTICE TO THE POST. Not In the oharacter of a part'mn, but uo der a determination to make the Freeman an Impartial chronicler of pacing evenU, we gave a full, fair and impartial history of the reoent "Grand Radical Jubilee." Our report era upon that Interesting and memorable oc casion entered fully into its spirit, and in the whole report not an unkind word, or even insinuation, ia to be found. It met the ap probation of our readers, "without dwtinc tu n of party," for "to the pure all things are pure." Even our generou9 rival of the Johnstown Tribune, ignoring the account of It given by the AUeghanian, refers to our re port and says of it, "which the Freeman hints was one of the finest displays of the kmd, if not the very finest.jever witnessed in the ancient village." Not so the AUeghanian I It might have ci ied our article and thua given...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 November 1868

THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, : : i NOV. 20, 1868. LOCAL AND PERSONAL ' Bjiie Mmtio. The man who helped himself to Dr. Yeagley'a borse and buggy in Johnstown, a few nighta ago, as noticed by our correspondent, was brought to thia place by Mnjor Ryckman on Monday, and lodged in jail. His namfl is faroer, and be hails from Somerset county. An owl which had perched itself on the unfinished tower of the new Catholic church hi this place was hot by Mr. Ilenry Myers, on Monday last. Several capitalists are said to be pro jecting a railroad from Huntingdon to Johns town, by way of Williamsburg and Xewry, and a charter for that purpose will be ap plied for upon the assembling of the next Legislature. The attention of all persons interested in bees and their product is invi ted to the advertisement of Langstroth's Patent Beo Hive, which will be found oa our first page. There can be no doubt about the efficacy of this improvement, and no man who has bees, or wishes to have them, can afford to do wit...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 November 1868

. ; JMJ I I i in a Ituvr, Perfectly Uind to the eaorm'.iy of 1L3 iaiea uoixitnUluJ by their party leaders, by which whole Stales in so.n-j inauiiioes Lavo been denied p.irtic.pa;lon in the hoiue of a Chief Ma-is; rait?, nnd by which in other iSiutoa tens of thousands of citizens have been excluded from the pui!i, itd KidiCiil press ia constantly reiicrting :La charge of fraud against the Demoen:- j wr, and repeating itu etaiest and falsest of charges against the glorious old par'y of J Jeffer.sjn, Jaohaon and their compeers. It 4 charged that it ;fcocourged seecs- ! .on." IW no act of its history. Lv nu ! wordd ever fpoken by it, did it ever do uny mch tiling. On the ether hand, Horace Grweley, the acknowledged lead cr of the 'Tlepi.bSicans" of t!.:.t day, and speaking, uiircbuked, in their r.nme, fre quently, in the winter of lb'GO-"Gl, eouraged eevefMon" by telling the South era people that they "had a perfect riht to go out of the Union ;" and peuking to the people of t!ie No; ih...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 December 1868

rr i i jrmmm R. L. JOIIXSTOX, Editor. HK IS A FRKEMA, WHOM THE TIICTII MAKES PHEE, AND ALL ARB SLATES BEglDE, II. A. M'KUC, Iublltier VOLUME 2. EBENSBURG, PA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1868. NUMBER 44. n SHERIFF'S SALES. By virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expon and Al. Lev. iaeias, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria ccunty, and to me directed, there will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Court House in Eheesberg, ou Monday, the 7th day of December next, at 1 o'clock p. ra., the following real estate, to it : All the right, title and interest of Wrn. K. Carr, of, in and to a lot of ground situate in Wi'mote borough. Cumbria county, fronting t-t feet on Crooked street and extending buck 128 feet to l'ine alley, adjoining an alley on the north and lot of Geo. 'Vfeudercth ou the south, Laviug ttiereon erected a two story log house and plank stable, now ia the occupaucy of Wm. K. Curr. Taken in execution and to be bold at the t-uit of E. Hughes & Co. Also, all the right, ...

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

THE FREEMAN. S3SNSBURG, PA., Thvksuav, : : : : Dtc. 3, 1868. Tf ILL. IT OK I0.C1 Those of our Bubcribera who owe ns for one year's Bubscription, or more, as well as tLoee who aro indebted for advertising and j b work, will have an opportunity to eitber bring or send tbe amounts due us next week. Will erery person indebted wha withes to do n ha would like to be done by, attend to this matter promptly, now that the coming Court wi'.l afford him a chance todo so? The Freeman can't lhe without a little of tie "filthy lucre" any more than any "other man." If the mountain don't come to Mahommet, Mahommet will have to go to tbe mountain, you bet, and then every man who owes one year or more will be socked $2.60 per year, sure. Another Richmond In the Field. We learn from the Philadelphia papers that J. Edgar Thompson, Esq., President of the Pennsylvania Rail Road Company, has supplanted Kerable in the affections of the Quakerly Radical of that city, flow this transformation was brought abo...

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

THE FREEMAN. '.THURSDAY, : DEC. 3, 1868. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Tuk Stat Normal Shool at Edinboro u the best place for the young people of Wt em Pennsylvania to obtain an education. lu advantage are surpassed by no similar institution kuown to us. Buiar MESTtow. Sott Monroe, colored, convicted in our County Court in December laht, of receiving stolen' goods, has been par ti, ited by the Governor, after having served nearly two-thirds of tie term for which he vcan sentenced. We welcome to the col umns of the Freeman our new correspondent from ".Vilmore. "A Chip of the Old Block," and hope heieafter to lay before our readers many chips from the same block, which is far from being a blockhead. An alarm tf fire was cieated on Saturday evening by the burning out of the kitchen chimney at the Crawford House. Uad the roofs been dry more than the chimney might have been burnt out. Eight deer were seut by Ex press from this place to Philadelphia, on Satuiday morning last. They were all said to ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 December 1868

fP.-ona the New Orleans Ticnea.) TOU!DIN OBSERVATIONS MADA BV ka. timothy 'bias. Ikiu:a Jo fa B.'ZOaHl Nzncsili, Orion. isTBoBrcnos. Ocol at.' sure 1 eball remiuiber tie twelfth night of Novimber Aslocg as ere t lit; ember of life In me remain! Tor what with hiv'uly bodies, and the mix ture ery odd is- . Delicious whi.ky toddies the excitement in my veins Was something mo therrific, that there, not m soporific Which would be at all specific inch emotions to allay. If e'er again I had it, which I hope net, tot bed ad it Nearly killed rae, and I'm g.ad It it over oy way. TIEsT CLASS. For tr mi tt, r'o khowers I watched thro' the midnight hours, And by h11 the blessed Powers! ne'er wiuk O Bleep had 1 1 2 read the Times, the Picnyuue, and Leard the ould clock tick a tue. Expectin' t see the fiicker soon, the cres cents iu tho tky, AYLiUt from opposite directiocs star of dif fertnt complexions, "With m.at jroreous relictions, should bum in awful laie. Through the firmaniint et.kindled, w...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 10 December 1868

V-. :!?SSfer LT V& II f it r -.t - r , v - ii n i"- --ni tmr s n -ca- - r rTi r htmim i rfP - - X V. SIC Ml IB a I 1 all a 1 ' J) b II K IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AMD ALL A HE SLAVES BESIDE. R. L. JOflXSTOX, Editor. II. A. iM'PIKC, PublUbcr EBNESBUBG, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1868. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 45. i KEaT ItrnrcTioN is Fiuces I VJ Tt) CASH HIYK-S! 4T Tin: t.nEASsirnfl HOtSE-FlRMSUISB STORE. T:iu uudersi rned re.- ec 1 1 u !ly intorms the citizens of Ebeusbmg ami the public yener Mlv that In; has made a great reduction in prices to 0AU L'UYKUS My stock will consist, in ii ii t. t Cooking, Parlor and iieat ig Stores, ot the nmtt p"pilar kinds ; 'iVt ware of every description, ot my uwu rnau uiactuie. ; Hardware of all kind, such as L ks. S.-.ew. lSutt Hinges, Table Hinges, Shutter Hinge. I'.olts, Ir- n and Nails. Wm il.iw Ulas.s. I'utry, Table Knives and K.iks, Carvnt; Knives aiid F- iks. Meat Cutters. A p! P.ireM, iVti anl lcket Kr:ive in re:it variety. f-ri....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 10 December 1868

THE FREEMAN. SBKN3BURQ, PA., Thcbsday, : : : : Dec. 10, 1868. .jj i1 "Oar President." We find an article under this head in the lat 4Staaai ; and, though leaded as ed itorial, it ia signed "A. A. Barker," It is all the worthier of a reply, sinco it ia over a responsible name and that name belonging to the proprietor of the AUeghanian. But, besid8 this, we deem it worthy of a reply, as Mr. Barker, though an extreme Radical, id a worthy gentleman and one without whom there would be no Radical party in Northern Cambria. The fact of hil individuating himself (a very prudent course considering the medium through wrich he appears) gives his views still further claim to our notice. From the tenor of Mr. Barker's article in the AUeghanian it is plain that he does not like the fact tht Democrats acquiesce cheer fully in the election of General Grant. TLe Johnstown Tribune, on the other hand, takes occasion to congratulate the country on the very circumstance which Mr. Barker depre cates. The...

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. — 10 December 1868

THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, : DEC. 10, 18G8. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Driep Mektiok. Tuesday last, 8th inst., wa observed, for the first time in this coun try, by the Catholic Church as a holiday of obligation, being designated as the Feast of the Inmaculate Conception. A young man named Martin, a brakeman on the llollidaysburg Branch coa! train, was se verely injured one d.iy last week while try to adjust a coupling between two cars. The Fair of the Vigilant Steam Fire Com pany opened in Altoona last night. The Catholic Fair is stdl In progress, and large crowds attend it nightly. The new skat ins rink at Altooua has been completed. No less than four bears, a mother and three cubs, were shot on one tree in Indiana county, a few nights since. The old bear weighed 220 pounds, and the cubs more than 100 each. The Cambria Iron Com pany have bought Lemon's Iron Works, in Bedford county. A young lady named Mary Dowalt was run over by a freight train at Mifflin on the ilh inst., while en deavorirg t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 10 December 1868

a flemarfcabte Story, A WIDOW 31ABKIE3 TO ilR BRCTTUE.B. Ttie DotroU JVs Prem uf the 21 tit ult., telia a very singular fttory, of which isr caption gives the peth. : In 1S39 her j are-it emigrated to thU coi.n ry froni Kii'and, let r behind them un only tun, pome tei. years of tfie, who had cn gad ms cabin-boy on a rnei chant vessel in New York, when, a tew months laie-, the Rutiji'ct of i hi kt-tch w born. While jet an infi.D', Loth Icr parents died, and she was tent to th Foundling's Home, where the remained gome time, when she wn finally udopted by a lady mid pentl man who tlj n lesided in Kltn'ira, N. Y. Of course he knew nothing of bi:r sailor brother, and sin- g,row up in t be belief that she was really the child foster parents At the H-xe of 18 die married un induHttioun youns mechanic, and set out for the jjreat West. Alter travelling in va.i-us Slater, they finally pelted iti Missouri, whetethey continued prosperous und happy until ihe storin of war burnt upon the country,...

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

r ifff IT . .,' v. b A7ssa5a s.5Kasw jh i-nj. is. a . 4 it Fl. L. JOHSSTOS, Editor. ii K IS A FIIEEUAS WHOM IHS TRUTH MAKES Fa EE, AID ALL ARK SLAVICS B&sIDB, II. A. U'l'IIi;, PutlUbcr VOLUME 2. EBNESBURG, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1868. NUMBER 46. it :WW1I' i. h fa .1 '1 fj 1 j i V J President's Message. Fellow Citizens cf the Stride and House of Representatives ; Upon the re-a.ssembling of Congress, it a3iu becomes my duty to call your attention to the state of the Union, and disorganized condition under tbe various laws which have been passed upon the subject of reconstruc tion It may be safely assumed as an ax ijm in the government of the States, that the greatest wrongs inflicted upon the people are caused by unjust and arbitrary legisla tion, or by tha unrelenting decrees of des potic rulers, anl that injurious and oppres sive measures are the greatest evils that can be inflicted upon a nation. The legislator or the ruler who has the wisdom and mag nanimity to retrace hi...

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 December 1868

TFIE FREEMAN. FBEXSBURG, PA., Thursday, : : : : Dec. 17, 18G8. now it is. A fortnight ince we succeeded, through the leverage of the Freeman, in pnmping an editorial out of the Johnstown Tribune. We intended a reply that would have effec tual annihilated our antagonist, but the "weightier matt' cf the law" postponed our intention ; and now, the Tribune is non est. So our neighbor mntt pardon us for tLis time, as our neglect to reply is not ,ut of any want of respect for him. Or. if Lo prefer it, he may apply that luminous tiLixim of equity te bis own cae, that "what shomld be done will be considered as d. ne."-and consider the Tribune annihilated by uur intended rejoinder. President's Zrlessage. Owing to the great length of this docu ment we Lave been forced to cendense it in a few particulars in order to bring it with in proper bounds for publication in our columns, but on all the leading topics we gie the language of the President in full. We present it to our readers without com ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 17 December 1868

THE FREEMAN- XflLjlSDAYi 1 i i DEC. 17, 1868. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Tiik German Catholics of Altoona dedi cated a Hue uew school buiidiug on Sunday lat. A little 90s of Wm. Kistler, of Perry county, was instantly killed recently by a log rolling over him. W. T. Dacghkrtt.Esq , Associate Judge of Bedford couaty, did very suddenly in Bedford, ou Tuesday week. Four eclipses of the sun will occur next year, the first of which, on January 27th, wll be visible in this latitude. Thanks. We are obliged to the AUegha nian for publishing our editorial. It shows its good taste and better sense. The Altoona Tribune is to be enlarged about the holidays. Bully boys, the Tribune meu, aad we are glad to know it pays them to Le bully. A Youxo married woman named Mayes died veiy suddenly in Siglerville, Mifflin county, 011 Friday night week, shortly after retiring to bed. Samctel Lccas. of Armstrong township. Indiana county, had hi. j.tw badly fractured, a few days since, by being struck by a limb whil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 17 December 1868

iZ23X3te&C3E2JiELES:.j&2- 325 i. ZEES I33jSfcSC 22T5EaJ" aSU LSSvGS2I3- Facet Ioim Idle Talk. . .Singular To see a garden walk. ..A man to ask favors of General Grant. Something always on hand Your thumb. . , " : . .How to punish a hungry man Drive a ateuk into hi in. . . What key will unlock most men's Hands ? Whiskey. . .When may a chair be said to wiilike you ? When it can't bear you. ..Dog stealing in th second degree Hooking town-n ale 8au?ag Bj . .Men wounded through the explosion of bomb shells are wounded morlaiiy. . . An inspiring sight for a glazier The early dawn, when it breaks in the win dows. ..When i a flock of sheep like our climate? When it is composed of all wethers. . . When may a young lady be said to he an excellent mirror f When she is a good looking las?. . .What i9 the difference between your grvat coat and a baby ? One you wear a id the other you was. ..Singular case A railway traveller pays that he recently caught cold through fcitling next to a wet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 December 1868

I J f j V U. L. JOIIASTOIS, Editor. HK IS A WHOM THE TRl'TII 31 A.IES Fit EE, AND ALL AUK SLAVK3 HiiSIOK, 19. A. 31laIiac, Publlfclier EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 18G8. XT OLTTME 2. NUMBER 47. -iss' KJC'lliflll " b "f"LZL - ? Vim arciDria sreeman WILL BU FUBUSUKD vVK:n' TIIU USD AY MOKNING, ni 7.'ii3.oz.rg, Cambria Co., Fa. if ihi jlUou-iii'j rules jnyille within three month Jiuiu die i.f' subscriiij : Oi-.a coy. tic jear, $2 00 One c ay , mx r.iouth?, - - - - 1 00 '-', ", ihieft mouths. - - - 60 Those wh fiiil to pay their subscriptions -..'.il .iiui the cxpirati'-n ft t-ix months will !vi ch-ucd at the rate of $2.50 per year, 3 1 1 won Til; to pay until after the ex i, u "1 t'vdve months will be charged at he rste $0.(H per year. )' A-il .-d u '.'.inborn cv.istitr.re e quarter; ...i t tl. sli mouths; and fifty numbers, IHTZtf O! ACVEkTISIXo. rov..,.. 12 hues, one insertion . i u s.'..-erpicnt hisert'.r.u, fl"00 25 2 00 2 oO 2 o0 1 50 1 i.f. $3 00 1 2 00 15 00 25 00 28 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 December 1868

1 THE I'll ICE MAN. SSKXSEUIIQ, PA.. TuuKsnAY, : : : : Deo. 24, 1SGS SO fMPEn XCXT wcck. In accordance with an established custom .'imun, country printers, there wid be do roper issued from this office next week, as tst feel dispose! to ei j y a little of the re-l-xation nd pleasure incidcrt to the holiday f.asn. The publisher wi'.l be absent and the Freeman office clof-ed for a few days, but the editor will be prepared to receive any monies due us in the meantioie or at any other titne. CHRIST?! 4 8. Headers of the Fkeemak I to you an ! to all mankind we wish a Jferry Christmas! On to-morrow you commemorate the day vhich gave a Redeemer to fallen man! Eighteen hundred and sixty-nine years ago occurred the most sublime event recorded in the history of the world. While the human nee r.i.9 lost under the decree? of a firmer tV.z-t er.Satif n, the manger of Bethlehem Con tinued the Infint lY-mi which give new life to the world. Throughout Christendom this holiday has leu religiously ob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 December 1868

TIE FREEMAN- rrr i, lliJUilSDAY, DEC. 21, 1868. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Cambria Col-ntt Teachess Institute. fiV '-'j' Proceedings. The second an tral .-tsi'on cf the Cumbria County Teach ers Ir-an.te convened in the Court House i.i I. y.'r'-V.r, on Monday, December 2lst, Ic8. at the call of the County Superiuteml c :, T. J- ptiiaa. The meeting was i.Jti io -n'er ai 11 a. m.. by the Co. ;pi . "'ho is i'lesi Lnt ex oi;io. After au able lildress by Mr. Chapman, the organize t: :i -viii completed by ihe election of Mr. ,1. '. II nl 'iy -is Vice Pre.-ident, Mr. Thomas "V. Picokbanke as Secretary acd Miss Pose C.".rr.-j c .-si--taat Secretary. The hours of i ov.;':. aud cSysiog the session of the Iu-s.:t-i' cre arranged as fallows: Open at 3 a si., and close at 12; open at 2 p. si., uU'J el -e ut 4A ; open at 7 P. si. anil clo.se sue the evening txercites shall teen per f.::i:a.. Twelve o'clock having arrived, the Iitituto adjourned. In the. afternoon the t oil of teachers was owe ., ...a loi...

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