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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 December 1868

. ! '5? i"'J Stout for IaferA.H Tte wrorirr cooently mot our eyoa us i p.1! ; workshop la this city. "N'j rt.ai fjc loafer.' Sre enough lii..i U no room fur Imferd anywhere in thl? Wwvritig woflvl. They are not want ed trj tha busy workshop, nor in the cdi l r's sano'ara ; th?y are a naisrtnea in the MiitiTry ftore, spitting ani ?pfcwing about this s;ove, und at tho pott tdSce and Mrcet corners tiro in everybody's way. Tliey Aie forever out of place except when in 5hj aluivhoute or jih A dead weight ipoa society, ihey ara a hindrance and a 0. They form no part of nature's plan; it nb' ors thrrn, as it docs a va cuum. While all the world around is going forward, thoy are standing Hill, or r.ttlier phdirig imperceptibly backward in fo i-eedy vagabondism. A loafer soon lws rusty. It is ooly use which keeps j t.ur lacul'.ioo brukr, and the idle man nets tU.!i stt-pid. sto'.t I and muddy-headed. Yet toaiQ if toeee fellows seem to think verv well of thcraw-Ivc?. Yon will t'sci s-;ruiti'ig...

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. — 7 January 1869

IgV ft f If w ft :aifpii 'Vipil I lg&zr -f HE IS A FREKJUS WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FUEE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BKSIDK, II. A. ai'l'12i:, I'ublUhfX It . L. JO!I.STOX, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1869. NUMBER 48. VOLUME 2. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE rCBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY MOUNING, At Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa. At ike following rates, payable within three months from die of subscribing : One copy, one year, - - - - - J2 00 Ooe copy, six months, - - - 1 00 Oue copy, three months, - - - - 60 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration at six months will be charged at the rate of $2.60 per year, and those who fali to pay until after the ex piratiou ui twelve months will bo charge.1 at the rate of i3.0;) per year. re!ve numbers constitute a quarter; twenty five, six mouths; aud fifty uumbers, one year. RATES OK ADYEUTISINO. One square. 12 line, one insertion Each subsequent insertion., Auditor's Notice. each, Administrator ' Notices, each, Ex.-cu...

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. — 7 January 1869

1 JsrSLir co23xiis."25r 9 iLSCS, THE FREEMAN. rBEXSEURG, PA., TnunDAY, : : : : Jan. 7, 1SC9. Constitutional Aiatidmeiti. During the firt meek of the present es-t-i n of Ce-ngre.-s we attempted to keep ft cor rect list of the amendments tliat were offered to the Constitution, the carries of the num bers by vlim they were propot-cd, as well as their subject matter. After the fifth day we abandoned the ta.k in utter despair. Al most every Radical member seemed to have liia pockets sti.fL-d full of amendments. It not only rained amendments, but it literacy j-oured them down in one copiout;, uriinter" joxi.v miltc:y. We propose giving tho readers of tlie rRKFHiy a wcky column of interesting i II oa. VUlJIaim A. Wallace. It is a matter of the profoundest regret that the nomination of a candidate for the literary matter the result of our own sti.d- j United States Senate, made It the Derao ie,; which, we doubt n..t. they will duly an- ; cratic members of tha Is'iabture which ! c "iiveiies ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 7 January 1869

MM At THE FREEMAN- THURSDAY, JAN. 18C0- LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Crowded Out. Our readers neel not be told that our co'umns are more thau usually crowded with original matter this week; still we have found it impossible to give rlace to our YVilmore letter, as well as a number of advertisements intended for the present ist-ue of eair paper to vay nothing of our usual news summary. We trust those interested will hoar with ua, as we Lave done the lest we could. Cambria County Tkacueks' Institute. Third Day's Proceedings. The Institute came to order at 9 o'clock A.M. on Wednes day, l).'f . 2'Jd. sixty-two members being pre- 8ent. Pr "i. 'A' 6. Johnson, of Johnstown, i rond'i'-t'-d a class drill in Decimal Fractions, pres.-nting many vloalde tacts to tl.e Con sideration of the teacher?. iSext in order i i i . i came the? spc-ding contest. l w o i, iiuureo words were se ected and dictate. 1 by .ur. j TCr.tr T?.ilil.,u SJ, ., r, rr-brw r VllMlirr tl'.A 1 101 . k ' used.' The li.st f i riz-'s w...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 7 January 1869

EU Omuinr; and QkKo Spnttra Sjto e fo.Jy euys that mi:iy a mna eita in his m hoiwe full of benevolent desire, long ing to J) goi)J to somebody, anxious to utk& those arourvl him happy ; but he Awn not know hoo, an'l gocro to himself a useless and inertly f poculative beinr, iaCapable of doing pood- Let that man only put on his hat and visit the garret of wjtne poor family, or assist his poor rela tives, and it will do hini pood in a thous nnd ways The money Le throws away daily in luxury would feed and clothe and rejoice a dozen nick ancl starving fami'ier. Such benevolence will do more to promote ecunomy than it will ever cosf. It will come back to him who give, saving him from foolish luxuries. It will how up the hollowness of the follies on which he w8te9 what might set up many a family Fifty dollars extra or. a piano nril.t nut reem much ; hut there is many a poor and honest wrj.ivv to who:n a fifty dollar sew ing machine woiilJ he a fortune ; ami bI e Could in time even rep...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 January 1869

'iiiimw 'Ssfs- R. L. JOIIXSTOX, Editor. UK IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TK.CTII MAKES FREE, AND SLAVES DRSIDE, II. A M'FlIfcC, Pubiuiicr EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1869. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 49. The Cambria Freeman WILL BE 1T3I.I8HED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, At Ebensbarg, Cambria Co., Fa. At the following rales, payable within thrtt months from dale cf subscribing i Que copy, one year, ----- $2 00 One copy, six months, - - - - 1 00 Ua3 copy, three months, - - - - 60 ' Those who fait to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration ot six months will be charged at the rate of $2.50 per year, and those who fall to pay until after the ex piration of twelve mouthB will be charged at the rate of $3.00 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; tweuty five, six months; and fifty numbers, one year. HATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, 12 lines, one insertion. 1100 Each subsequent insertion, 25 Auditor's Notices, each, 2 GO Adiniuietrator ' Notices, each, 2 50 Executors' Notices, each,...

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. — 14 January 1869

THE FREEMAN. EBEXSDURQ, PA., Thdhsday, : : : : Jak. 14, 1869. John Covode and the Catholic Church, Until within a very recent perixl the gov ernment of the United States has maintained a Minister at the city of Rome. We remem-l-er that a son of the late Grmmodore Stock too, of New Jersey, and General King, of Wisconsin, rspectively held that position. About two years ago, or perhaps less, the Radicals in Congress, on some trifling pre text, refused to make the usual appropria tion to pay the Minister, and as a conse quence the office ceased to exist. On Ved nelay, the 6th instant, when the consular and diplomatic appropriation bill was before the Ilouse of Representatives, the following interesting debate occurred : The consular and diplomatic appropriation bill was then taken up Mr. Buooes moved as nn Amendment to Insert an appropriation for the m?sM'n to Home, and expressed his hnpe that, the Presidential election beinjj over, and reli gious and political passions being all at ..n...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 January 1869

THE FREEMAN. THURSDAY, : JAN. 14, 1869. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. KaiET Mkxtiox. We have been treated to all kind of weather during the past week. from the bright and genial sunshine to the chilling blast and drifting enow, interspersed with freezing.ftbawiDg, sleet, slush, rain, and all other concomitants of variable weather We this wtok present each subscriber to the Freeman with a copy of the Uover nor's Message free gratia or nothing, which we have had pi luted iu the form of an extra. Big thio! Our talented young friend, C. V. Easly, who recently vacated the editorial triuod of the Altoona Vindicator, is about visiting Erie for the purpose of "seeing what can he seen" relative to the acceptance of a like position tendered him on the Observer of that city. Casper is a vigorous and en tertatiii' g writer, and we trust that he will goon take lie place among the brilliant stars in the littrary firmament of our country. We are pleas-ed to uotice that our young legal friend, 11. K. Sloan, ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 January 1869

- Csxurr h Iboit. I7ole in tba bot tom of iroo tattles, or la stoves, may be fc topped by oeiog a compound made of fix parts well pulverized dry clay, and one part iron filings : make into a paste with boiled linseel oil. New Year's Cakk. Dissolve one pound of euar in one-half pint of boiling . water ;. halt a pint of melted butUr, one ieaspoonful and half of salaratus, three ounces cream of tartar, caraway and flour to moke a poft dough, roll out light, in thin squares, and mark with flour ehapea on top. Remedy von a Bohk Feixs. As soon as the pulsation that indicates the dis ease is felt, put directly over the spot a fly blister about the size of a five cert piece, and keep it on for six cr eight hours; at the expiration of which time, directly under the surface of the blister will be found the felon, easily taken out with the point of a lancet. Hleedinq at the Nose An excel lent remedy for bleeding at the nose, never known to fail : Take n piece of brown paper, fold it several ti...

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. — 21 January 1869

llillulli ."Ull . r J( It. L. JOMXSTOX, Editor. HE IS A FREKIIAN WHOM THE TKCTII MAKES FREE,. AND ALL ARE SLATES BESIDE. ii. a. nriirirM ruLiuiir VOLUME 2 EB ENS BURG, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1869. NUMBER 50. SHERIFFS S' ALK.K Hy virtue of sundry iit- of Vend. Expeii, Lev Facias nud I'lur. Le-. Facias. i-sue I out of the Court of ('.ni!Ru l'lens o Cumbria county, and to medi.eeted. there will be exposM to Public Sa e, at the house of Francis Ooonei . in Cie t j Springs borough, Cambria county. on SATITI- i D AY. the 123 J ilnv of January, at one o'clock I r. m . , the ioUuwing Heal Ktte, to wit : , All flic rijrht, title nn-l intere-t of S. F. orzr of. in mi) t a lot ot crouiui Mtuatod in CI?-.. Spriiitf borough. Cimbri i co .front- iuslU fret on Maui s'reet, nd cxu-ndiie: b:. k J2) feet 10 V.,'nut alley, adjoining lot of Ma- iv Aim .McKenzie on il.e south an 1 Simon Wenktand on the ti rth. having thereon elected tw ,u.ry Ir -me house, back buihii .g, frame tittie, awl 'iut!iui!....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 January 1869

FBXNSBLMG, PA., TiiunsuAy, : : : : Jan. 21, 18G9 Close or Volume Two. With the present issue of the Freeman cn.ls the second year of its existence, and w dftm ii a fitting time to say a word or two to those of our subscribers who owe us for one year or more. From these alone there is due ua over nine hundred dollars, and we feel that we ought to" have it, not only because our own wauls, but the wants oi our paper demand it. If we get it we l';mq improving the Fbekman throughout if we don't get it as the result of this, the la:;1 notice, we shall try Rome other method, a:id hence we hope that this will serve as a s:!lTici.-nt notice of that fact. After the name of each stiberiber who is in ariearsone yir or more we this week place figures, rnclot-ed in a ring. This we do to convince theni that they are in the ring, and the fig ures will show the length of time for which tl.cy owe us. If those among them who r si.Ie in the county will remit the amount within three weeks we Khali accep...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 January 1869

THE FREEMAN JAN. 21, lseo. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Tbe parties who carry away boards, etc., from the new Catholic church are known, and will be prosecuted if lie do uot desist. Mr. Johu Muckler, a citizen cf Datif hin eouotv, bad one of his legs broken at Ty rone, "a few days since, while engage.! in hauling logs. Mr. David Push, a well known character iu this locality, died at his residence in Cam bria townshii-, on Friday night last, aged about tYi'.y years. On Monday of last week Harry Royles. of Altoua. had one of his arms so shockingly crurdied by a locomotive passing over it that amputation was found necessary. Rev. John Stoepel, pastor of the German church on Liberty street Allegheny, and Vicar General of this dicese. died at nis residence in that city on the 13th intt. Mr. Edward Dever died near Blairsville, on the Gth inst.. at tbe extraordinary age of 106 years. He was a relative, we believe, of the Divers residing nea Munster.thia county . Amos Sturgeon, brakesman, fell from ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 January 1869

TUB MODC3S PLOTT. Who was its inventor ? How far away in the lapse of past acc ays the Anglican Artigan, i-, U,e pe,iu,i nen the plow was fh-.u n., ... ...... .... , - ULf tuui abrade t)n cii I r.rji .. r i .ri . pnon oi ihe fvcd there are do certain means of know- , , 7 u,e pieiurea records ot the oldest nations, tell us of its use. uue uiiuouuicclly at first of the forked branching portion of trPA w i . only tr.fhng changes in form and structure -w. j ajics ; mese, matte ;.t one un- Known period, be n ihe curvit.m. nivi-, th ,ii,;n. T . SIlrV a th, J Pr r 11,6 firdl ' P01, 10) Hie moifi rri m..M I,.,.. 1 . " ' nun point, the rude prototyre of the plowsbaic of to-day. One of (he first improvements upon the primitive plow thus formed was the addition ol tho colter, a tnin blade ex fcndiug downward from the beam, and serving to divide the soil in advance of the uigciiig portion proper, and facilitating tlervby the forward movement of the lat ter. In this fbrm the implement was that k...

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. — 28 January 1869

UL t. U. I.. JOIIASTOX, Editor. "K IS A FREEH AN WHOM THE TKTII MAKES rRGK, AMD ALL ARB SLATES BESIDE. II. A. M'Plfic, Psuiuier wwwvii )U,Jyiu)Ww ' - "- . " ' VOLUME 3. I8ES m world i mm, mi 'i'Utt dicupew! and Ileal ! So M. VotH Wetklf can compare with It lu value for the Democratic Karmer Th. WMkljr World tor 1869. THE WORK OF THE WORLD. "Let the dead past burr i's dead. " Out of tho bU'e and partial defeat of 1888, the un broken column of the constita'ional and 41a UloUo Democracy of America march forward to rew conflict und final victory. How are the conflict belrc u most rigorously to be fought? liow U the victory whi.-h awiis us most com pletely and promptly to be won? Thooate the practical questions of the hoar. And to the-e qu'io:is The Wokld makti answer now. Or-K-inix itiun is ths secret to vior in the battle V ' field; orgaaitation the mean, a the right eousues of our great cause is the pledge ol vic tory. What Kadicalisat has done, and by doing h won its deadly victories...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 January 1869

THE FREEMAN.I SXXNSBVHV, PA., Thursdat, : : : s 7ax. 2?,1869. VALEDICTORY, y My connection with the Cawbhta Tbex Maw, as Its editor, ceased 'with the close of the second volume, and alter the present is sue my name will be withdrawn from the position it has occupied since the $stablish ment of the paper in January, 1867. It i not improper to say a few words before the editorial department passes into other hands. . Two .years ago the publication of the Fbke if as was commenced. The objVct was to restore" the Democratic organ of the county to the confidence of the party and the peo ple. How far this has been accomplished it not for me to say. The large and con stantly increasing list of subscribers, how ever, afford satisfactory evidence that I have hot labored in vain. Still, Small praise is due to my effort.?, embarrassed as they were ly pressing duties in another sphere. The success of the Fbeemak is mainly the result of the zeal and energy of its publisher, who has given it his c...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 January 1869

THE KREEMAN- j lIL;KiSiAl : : J AX. 2S, 1SG9. lQ(L AND pRS0NAl- , Fresh No. 1 Oysters, in cans, constantly for sale by M. L. Oatman. The entire cumber of militia enrolled ia t'bU couuty iurlng the year 1868 ia put tb,n at 2,110.. Several t-oya were arrested in Tyrone last reek and sent to jail, charged with pilfering irora a store iu that place. A I! at Hemlock, this county, whi'e c- i-ting iown a steep hill, on Friday last, against a large log and austaiued consid- ble injury. V"e have no contributions to our "Youth's I) i.tirtment" tlaia week. Answers to Enig ma and Charade given in our last will be -liblisbed in our next issuo. The attention of Supervisors and School X :reclorj U invited to the notice published r 'sewhere in our paper over the tignature of ie G"uuty Commis'ioneta. A inrry weighing twenty-four and a j.fcif pounds, and measuring five foct from r. unt of beak to tip of tail, wao recently shot La&r Newry. Dlair county. Dtv'ni F.irher, repair foreman on the Ta. R....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 January 1869

nozinrs oux italtz. The sensitive nature of Moxart, that sweet est of all musical corn patera, la well known. The slightest discord produced iu him revere In i tat ion. and when engaged in musical conapos'.tioii hi feelings grew so intense that he almost lost couaciousneas of a'.I X"'D 011 aronnd him One day he waa engaged iu arranging one of the raot beautiful airs in an opera ne was composinc. when the butch er called for .hia iy which had long been due. Iq Tuia hid wife endeavored to at tract tha attention of the rapt artist, who scribbled away, utterly unconciotis of her presence. She ran do.n stairs with tears ilj her eyes, telling the butcher that her bus bar;! C'iiiM nut be spoken to, and that he n.nt come auother time. But the man of Liood was Dot easily to be daunted ; he ni'i-t bavs his bill settled, and Heak with M.urt himself or he would not senJ him another ounce of meat. He ascended the ttiirK. Mozart, distantly coneious th-U .oroethm.s; Lad passed in hia presence, had...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 February 1869

; ,, ,. , ,, ; " ": f b II. A. Sl'ril&E, Editor and Publlnlter. UK IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRCTH HAKS FREE, AND ALL ARB SLiVES BESIDE, Tcrxus, per year In adrauca. VOLUME 3. EBENSBTJRG, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1869. NUMBER 2. !8GS. FALL TRADE. 1868, I am now prepared to utter SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS . TO CASH PTJKC1TASERS OF EITHER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. My stock consists in part of every variety of Tin, SlieeMron, COPrER AND IJRASS WARES, HNAMEI.I.En AND PI.AIN SAUCE-PANS. BOILERS. &c.f 'coal shovels, mine lamps, OIL CANS. HOCSKFUHNISIIING HARD WARE OF EVERY KIND. peai' AnliDmt HEATING and COOKING STOVES, EXCELSIOR COOKISG S'lVVES. NO liL !: . Till U M r 1 1 a n r P A R LO R CO O K ING STOVES, Ar.d any Cocking fctove detird I will get when ordered at manufacturer's prices. Odd Stove Plates and Grates, &c, for re pairs, on hand fur the Stoves I Fell ; others M i!! be ordered when wanted. Particular attention given to Spouting, Valleys and ondu ctors, til of which will bo ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 February 1869

THE FREEMAN. EBEN8 B U RG, PA., TncnsDA-r, Feb. 4, 18G9. Having been verdant enough to attend a bo called Editorial Convention, held in Har ri&burg during the present week, the result is that our paper has been delayed one day In Its publication. We are 6orry that we have no better excuse to offer for the delay, Lot if we ever again fail to issue our paper on tho regular day it will not be because we have been in attendance at so grand a bur lesque as the late so called Editorial Conven tion. "Ir ever question was settled, it is that the pntion shall enjoy the usufruct of the war. It has been gathering them up one by one by one, but perhaps the weightiest sheaf the harvest re remnina untouched. The soldiers bore home ward on their bayonets universal suffrage. As an inherent right, it had been bitterly antagonized, und consequently came out of battle the most clearly defined and best established." The above extract from an article In the Philadelphia Frets la a wilful perversion ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 February 1869

UL THE' FREEMAN. THURSDAY, FED. 4, 18C9. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The Welsh Congregational church in Johnstown will be dedicated on Sunday next, 7th inst. William Jones has been appointed post master at Sonraan, this county, In place of J. A. Shoemaker, resigned. Mr. William Albert, a soldier of the war rf IS 12. was fuzeu to death in Greenfield township, Blair county, recently. A hog near Waterside, Bedford county, buried in a stack of straw for seventy days, was resurrected, and is now doing well. Mr. James Loomis, of Mr. Union, an em ployee of the Penna. Railroad Co.. fell down a bank about thirty feet and fractured sev eral bones. t A panther measuring tight feet and six inches ia length and weighing two hundred jor.nds, was shot and killed in Mifflin county, a few days since. An itinera:. t doctor named C. II. Budge, va run over by the Cincinnati Express fciul iti.-:tantly killed, near Perrysville sta tion. P. 11- n Friday night last. John M. IJorland. Esq., who held the po K'rion o...

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