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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 February 1869

TITO GII3ST STOUI I S, Tbd worl.l still contains a larga num ber of peopla who believe in ghcta ft firmly as in their own existence. If any of these happen to bo among the readers of the Portfolio, they will see by the fuU lowing instances of aoppoed ghostly viai ationa, which are clipped from a gho.'t chapter in an ii.ijjllsh puper, that people can be rnistakeu even about things super natural: Metropolian Record. TCB WOODSTOCK GHOST. The most celebrated instance in which human ageucy was made to arouse the fears of the timid by pretence of supernatural diturbama refers to the ancient palace of Woodstock, hen the Commii-'sicnere ap pointed by Parliament weutdowu to destroy the residence of the kiDg : They arrived at Woodstock on the 13th of October, 1649. determined to wipe away the uouiory of all that connected it.-eif with the reeoiloction of monarchy in Ei-gland ; but in th crur.se of their progress they were encountered by obstacles which apparently came from the n xt world. The...

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. — 11 February 1869

II. A. Jtl'IMKffi, Editor ana Publisher. HE H A flBEMAN WHOM THE-TUCTI. MAK5 FREE, A.D A Lilt ARB SLAVEiS BKglDK, Terms, 2 xer year tn advance. VOLUME 3. kENTLSTIlY. The undersigned, graduate of the Balti more College of Dental Sur gery, respect fully offers his PB.0KK3SIONA . (crvices to the citizens of Eb- eiihhurg and vicinity, which place he will visit on the fol'ktii Monday of each month, to re main one week. Aug 13. SAM'L BELFORD, D. D. S. DR. H. B. MILLER, fS' Altoona, . TITT? Operative and Mechanical DENTIST. Ofliee on Caroline street, between Virginia and Emma streets. Persons from Cambria county or eUcwbere who get work done by me to the amount of Ten Dollars and upwards, will have the railroad fare deducted from their bias. All vvoi.K wAr.aANTnn. Ian. -, l?C9.-if. "gR I). W. ZIEGLEii, Surgeon Den JtJP ti ;t, will visit K'nwlinr; p -o-fesonally ui tha SECOND V.ox-. lay of each mouth, and rcuuuittiy"'jf cuo;weck, during which time he-v. r.i-iy be found at. the oiiice hot ?f...

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. — 11 February 1869

THE FREEMAN. EBENSBURG, PA., Tnui:siAY, : : : : Feb. 11, 18G9. Tuakxs. Wo aro uuder obligations to Congressman Worrell f"r several valuable public documents, and to Representative Porter for a daily copy of the Legislative Record, and for other favors of a more grat ifying character, and which we shall ever hold ourself ready to reciprocate. 'A Mistake Corrected. Almost every editor of a newspaper, dem ocratic as well as radical, when he refers to the proposed constitutional amendment con ferring suffrage upon negroes in the Northern States, speaks of its adoption by three fourths of the State Legislatures as a foregone con clusion. This is a mistake. There are thirty seven States in iha Union, or at least there ought to bo. Three-fourths of that number are hoenfy-eighl. Less than that number of State Legislatures cannot ratify an amend ment to the constitution. The radical party now controls the Legislatures of twenty-three States, as follows : Maine, Vermont, Massa chi s t , RLode...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 February 1869

1 THE FREEMAN. TIIUKSDAY, : : : FEU. 11, 1SC9. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ebensbcrg and Cressox lvAILIJOAD. On and after Monday, May 11, 18G8, trains on this road will run as follows : Leave Lbbnsburg At 5.25 a. M., connecting with Accomoda-i tioa Last and Pbila. Express West. At 7.15 p. M., connecting with Fhila. Ex. Eist and Mail Went. Leave Chesson At 6.25 a. M.. or on departure of Phila. Express West. At 9.31 p. sr.. or on departure of Fhila. Ex cess East. Brief Mention. The public schools of Lbeui-burg will close their winter session on 1'iiday of next week. Mr. G. V. Cope, the tfiicieut superintendent of the schools, will upen a select school cn the 15th of March, Hud parents will do well to send their chil dren to him, a ha is fully competent to give instruction in all branches of education. See his card. Petitions against the remo val of the scat of justice from this place to Johnstown have been circulated pretty ex tensively, and are being tilled up rapidly by citizens of all clas...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 February 1869

fit. Peter's Carelessness. One night, as old St. Peter slept, He left the door of heaven ajar, "When through a little angel crept. And came down with a falling etar. One Bummer as tho blessed teams Of morn approached, my blushing brido Awakened from somo pleasing dreams, And found that angel by her tide. God graDt but Jhia I auk no more : That when ho leaves this world of sin, He'll wing his way to that blest phore And find that gate of heaven again. BT. PETEB'S REPLY. Full eighteen hundred years or more I've kept my doors reenrely tied : There has do "little angel" strayed. Hot one been rrisbing from inside. I did not sleep, as yon supposed, Nor left the door of Heaven ajar; Nor has a "little angel" left. And 2one down with a falling star. Go ask that blushing bride and see If ah woa't frankly own and say That when ub found that angel babe. She fouad it in the good old way. God grant but this I ask no more. Thai should your number you enlarge, That yoa will not do as before, , And ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 February 1869

(- f J vf-V Ast: Mft--V- H?V rJa vt-X AcS rrA r-crfV A A .A O .A A .A 12. A. M'PIBiS, Editor and Publisher, HE H A FREEHAS WUOM THE TROTH MA U B FREE, AND ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDE, Terms, &3 Ier year In advance. VOLUME 3. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1869. NUMBER 4. EN riSTRY. The undersigned, graduate of tho Balti moro College of Dental Sur rarv. resnect- i.iWy offew Lis ervices to the erir-tmrg nd vicinity, which plco h will riait oa the fouuth MosDiT of each month, to re main one week. Auk 13. SAM'L BELFORD, D. D. S. DR. H.B.MILLER, Altooua, Ia., .Operative and Mechanical DENTIST. Office on Caroline street, between Virginia ud Emma streets. Persona from Cambria county or eh e where who get work done by me t the amount of Ten Dollars and upwards, will hive the railroari fure deducted from their bills. Aliwoek wakbaxtiid. Jan. 21, lbC.-tf. ill I). Y. ZIEGLELl, Surgeon Den- f ti.f will nsit Knensburi? rvo- ewionally on the SEOONDMosr- VAT 01 eacli mouui, uuu rcuiann w.-x....

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 February 1869

TIJE FREEMAN. &BENSBURG, PA., TnvnsiAV, : : : : Fkb. 18, 18G9. Thb members of the Democfa'ic State C iromittee are called to meet at Bolton'a lLitcl, Hrfrrisbnrg, On March SOth. Tlio DlCeieuce. The Radices are fn I of imagining their President elect the counterpart of Byron's "Corsair" : 'Rut who that thief ? his name on every fch ore In famed4and fcaied they ak and know no mrre. With these he mingles not but to command ; Few are his words, but keen his eye and hand. Ne'er ns he with mirth their jovial mess. But they forgive his silence for success." The great pity, however, is that, if we are t believe Wendell Philips and other great luminaries of the party, they cannot com plete the parallel as follows : "Ne'er for his lip the purpling mp they JtH, That goblet passes him untasted jlill.'' ' A Daniel Come (o Judgment. On W educe lay, the 10th instant, when the United States Senate and IIou.se met in joint convention to count the votes for Pres ident and Vice President, and when...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 February 1869

THE FREEMAN' FEB. 11, 18C9. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ebessbcrq and Cressos Uailroad. 0u ft"1 after Monday, May 11, 18G8, trains on this road will run as follows : Leave Ebessbcrq .At 5.25 a. m., connecting with Accomoda tion East and Pbila. Express West. At 7.15 p. m., connecting with Phila. Ex. Eist and Mail West. Lkave Oressos At 6 25 a. 5i.. or on departure of Fhila. Express West. At 9 31 r. M., or on departure of Phila. Ex press East. Tlie Tyrone and Clearfield railroad lias been completed, and trams are now running regular' between those two points. In our next issue we shall publish the tames of such of cur patrons as have paid their subscriptions in part cr entire for the cut rent year. Scud on the stamps. Atuirtw Dennis, a colored man, fell dead at IV t lis' coal bank, Indiana county, on the 3d ins-t. Heart disease is supposed to have Lte:i the caue. Tiie dwe.l ng house cf Judge Forter, rear McOoiinelisburg, Falton Couuty, was totally lieftroyt'd by fire on last Saturday evening ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 February 1869

JOSH lllfcLTOCH OX CL I1. It Is peal finjular" w hnU a man k flier and womart-kUier Hie god Cupid is, for. ode of In Ireit. lie ia pictured out on paper about ho Bize of a four year oM f.t baby, with a pair.of'lYiip!,s Dbcfnt as large ai O bu?r but terfly's, and is armed with a bow and ar roWa, that might possibly answer to kill btjinblcbccs at fonr paces. ' - This little fellow haa bagged more gBiae with his wooden nuting irons than nil tbo Bbot that has ever been built can brag of? He has in bis quiver innumerable arrow, Boxne few of them, dipped in genuine love, and leathered with good srr.se, but mnft of them wytjty gwm tog triflinri rew be at nil danger 011 if I hadn't, with my own eyes noticed . him . nt wprk with them, bcfti nt nnle and femalo game, both Bit ting God flying, and seen tiro many dead ehota he made. , r- I. have been at roroo . pains for tew watch bi3 mnnoovers,- where I have hap pened tew bo, and the following record is n faiiLful history of, this little chop's...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 25 February 1869

HI! dil' lift' W if(p4 fpfv fITv :&S'yj " II. A. Bl'FIIfiG, Editor nud Publisher. HE IS A FHEKMAS WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, A!TD ALL ARE SLAVES ORSIDB. Terms, $2 per year In ativnbc. VOLUME 3. LADIES Of sedentary hahits "li" require a gentle pur gative w ill find Itobock's Blood Pills just the medicine they want. They are perfectly safe, and em be taken at all times. They contain to mercury or mineral poison, but are purely vegetable. LIVER COMPLAINTS, Jaundice and all affections of the Liver are p.on removed by the use of Roback's Stomach Hitter arid Blood Till, they are composed of veget:ih!e medicinal cx'.racts with especial ref erence to their direct action on the liver ai.d di gestive nppnrutus SICK HEADACHE Arie from a disordered state of the stomach imdboels, and a bilious derangement of the I- ..ti Krt rnrrnil l . n ! 1 V f'ltrrti IlV the U-P jln, iii.i vu uv c ......... 1 r.f P... buk's Blood Purifier and Blood Pills. ; J'uil tiiredioi.s accompany each bottle :.nd -kx....

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 25 February 1869

THE FREEMAN. FBEXSEUF.G, PA.. TtiCRflDAT, : : : : Fkb. 25, 18G9. An AIarmlz5 PIctarc. Nothing that rro have read presonts in inch brief bnt comprehensive terms tbe fearful extrarngftnca of Congress aa tbe following article from the Philadelphia Pub lic Ledfftt. Occupying a nentrnl ponitiot. Ia politics, and having no motive to fxteD ttate or met down aught In malice, ita statis tic are always received with great confidence In their correctness. TLcy are well calcula ted to create alarm, If not o?al despair, for the future of the eortntry, and prove beyond all dUpnte that ours Is the most warteful end extravagant government on the face of the earth. The most expensive government In Europe, with its huge standing army, Its church establishment, Ha royal salaries ard lta pensioned orders of nobility, is cheap and economical when compared with that of this democratic and model republic. "Towards the pay men t of th- mt'onnl debt Congre-s -Is making hnste slowiy. AM ac knowledge thai thi...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 25 February 1869

THE FREEMAN THURSDAY, : : FEB. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. EnEN'SBCRO and Cuebsos Railroad. 0n and after Monday, May 11, 1868, twin on this road w ill run aa follows : Leavk Ebbssbcbq t5.25 a. m., connecting with Aceomoda tion East and Phila. Express AVest. At 7.15 p. m. . connecting with Phila. Ex. Etst and Mail West. 1 Leave Ckbsson .; At 6-25 A- M- or on departure of Thila. 1 Express West. At 9 8! p- M-,or on departure of Fhila. Ex- ' I'TQua East. Brief Mention. The ladies and gentle men belonging to the temperance organiza tions in this place attended tho funeral of Jli.se llary S. Jones in fu'l regalia, on Sun jay afternoon last, and presented quite an imposing appearance as they marched along oar streets some hundred and forty strong. Tim only celebration of Washington's birthday in this community was that of tLe Good Templar associations, who commemo rated the event by a spleudid supper at their l,xV rm on Monday evening. No doubt they all enjoyed the "fea.-t of reason and flow ot so...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 25 February 1869

Ire-IIlstorIc Remalas Fauad. It is generally known in this country, and in scientific circles iu Europe, thai the gi gantic undertaking of bridging the Mia&is aippi River at this point has been already begun, and that for more than a year, when the state of the river would permit, the ound of the ponderous machinery has ceased not day nor night, but the work of excava tion has been going on until the solid rock has been readied for the fonndation of the piers upon the western eh re. One of the piera is already ibova low-water mark a triumph of mechanical kill. The blocks of etone of which it is loirt arc as huge as those of the Pyramids, tnrl yet, by the application of original principles of mechanical ai.d en gineering ikiM, these gigantic blocks are moved as wily a the common foundation atones of our dwellings. The outir pier is not yet bgua, tie e-xeavatious therefor not being quite completed. At this point the wonders begin, tLe end of which is not yst. What effect the disco...

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. — 4 March 1869

bllllp will 6 mMWMmw - - " " ' - b '' - II. A. .HTIEC, Editor and Publisher. IlE is A FUKEMAS YVIIOSX THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, ASD ALL A HE SLAVES BESIDE, Terms, 2 per year In advance. VOLUME 3. EBENSBTJRG, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 4, I860. NUMBER 6. 4 4 BEN riSTRV. The midcrfcigncd, a graduate f tne F.ilti- ii ire ColVco x - - ' " "v?5 ( X Dental Stir '?" - -. -i-'- tory, respect- .f - ... I'u.ly oil - hi - -:... - . j r: r; ami vicinity, which place he will v:it j :; KcriiTii Monday of each month, to re- , i.. i'-A '.no cck. . A.I.-13. SAM'L TELFOED: D. P. S. j DR7TrETr.il.LER. j Op:ni!ve and 8:ha.iica! DENTIST, j i (!ii-e oa Ciirolh-c treet. between Virginia 1 f.i,.j Fnima st:o;:.- Persons from Cambria ; r,.,;r.:y or r-l-fwlcro who get work done by me 1 i,i , :i:ro'.!.f '( Ten Dollar til;. ! npwai d, v'.ll t !. n o r ii'r-fare tieih.-e'.-d Ironi t!;-'r bills, i All w..i:k wARR.isr: r. jui. SI, I.-tJ.-tf. ?""; i) V'. ZiK(JLEI', Sureoii D.mi- ' uiF v'-it K 'Hi-JM- i --"oiial'y 'in the ECO...

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

THE FREEMAN. SSEXSBVEQ, PA., TltciwDif, t : : Ma sen 4, I8C9. AXDREW J O II SOT. To-day Andrew Johnson lays aalda the cares and troubles of ths Presidential office and once more becomes a private eitizes. Ilia administration has been a tnrbnlent one, and ro President sine ibe days of General Jackaosi kaa encountered aa firm and vindic tive an opposition at has been visited on his devoted head. 27cminated by the Baltimore Con Tea tlou, not because he was a republican, but for tho purpose of conciliating the war clement in the democratic ranks, he walks forth from the White House with the male dictions upon hie head of tke party that ele vated him to power. For attempting to carry oct tha hutnano policy bequeathed to him by President Lincoln, according to the testimo ny of Geneial Grant before the reconstruction committee, he has been so opposed and tra duced by the leaders of the radical party as to render it almost certain that Abraham Lincoln, had he lived, would haxe met with the ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 March 1869

1 THE FREEMAN. niUUfsDAY, : : MAKC1I 4, 1869. j LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A convert was received into the Disciples' cliurth in this place and baptised by inimer on Sunday last. Tbe 6tore of llartley & Metzgar, la Bed f,rd was damaged by fire to the extent of A man. came not given, was 6truck by ? the Baltimoru Express a few nights ago near j inevt'll biauuj, auu ma incia ui-fja:ri;u ol. j a three year old lad named Willie Forester I fall into tbe t ostoria dam, near lipton, Blair : Cnunty, woeK. oeiore last, ana was drownwi. Ourt baa bten iu mssion since Monday j last and a large number of people is in at ) tendance. V shall publish the.proceedings j in our next issue. A man named Maxwell had his right hand S s bully lacerated by a circular saw, at Lud i wick on Wednesday, that one of his fingers ; h fl to he amputated. Three dog and a young bull afflicted with j y,jrophibia were killed in Westmoreland j .unty within the past two or three weeks I i v tbfir resjiective owners, j Mr. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 March 1869

A TALK WITH A MORAL.. Xiord Lovel lie called for Lis mUk-white Etced, And he rode away to the fair. And a maiden he found who vat sore iu need, " A mai.ien with gulden hair. So sftpn as the lady Lord Lord espied,. - Sbe'irfnt for him then and there ; Now give of thy gold, Loi d Lovtl," bhc cried, MThy reward" be tha orphan's prayer." I will give thee the gold not for orphan's prayer. For of that I take co heed ; Eut for a cnrl of thine qoldcn hair. If it is thine indeed." It purely is mine," the damsel said, "Lord Lovtl, I truly swear." 0 it was but it did'iit prow on her head The iair drer j. laced it there. LcrJ Lovel gave geld for that lovely euil Much n,ore than he could tell Acd the Uia dtix'd amile showed Ler teeth of , pearl, Ai she id, 'T have sold him we'll." THE Bl SDn MlTSiOECI. A Terrible Master,, SJvedWho Killed Dr. ' BurdrllV T.e Qualiun Answered after Tivdce Years H'aiting. The New Yoili Wold ccr.iains a hng :.c count of the ifi'.rta of Di teethe Jii.ka to capture a m...

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. — 11 March 1869

r SgWlilwlli i , , , , , . - - - i . . , .... . . - . - SI A. HTIHrS, Editor ana Publl&xser. U8 IS A mEMA" WIIOH THE TRUTH KAKEI FIIEB, A BCD ALL iRa LAV B Terms, $2 per year la utlrujrce. VOLUME 3. kEN PISTRY. The undersigned, graduate rf tha Balti more Coileje of Dentil Sar rerr. respect - fii'ly oS'ers hi r torMSioxAL fprtices to the ritiif r.i of Eb- tuhurg and vicinity, which place ha will visit oa the rocaTH Mokdat of aach mouth, to re siaiu one week. Auk 13. SAM'L BELFORD, D. D. 8. DR. H. B. MILLER, Altoonn. Pa.. Operative and Mechanical DENTIST. 0S' on Caroline street, between Virginia arid Emma ftreeta. Persona from Canibri eounty or eUewhere who get work done by me to the amount of Ten Dollars and upward, will he the railroad fare deducted from their billa. All well rratRTn. Jan. 21, 1669. -if. K D W. ZIEGLEI5, Surgeon Dea- t;:, will i:t Ehenabnrg p'o- MfifS fei:onily on the SECOND M o x -sat of each month, and remaiiiA-jtvs oi.e week, during which time hekA' cnT be (o...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 March 1869

THE FREEMAN BXSBUAa, PA., TmvntDAX, : : : JJakcm 11, 1869. The Inaugural Address. Id another column will be found President Grant's Inaugural Address. It it brief and is not remarkable for either purity of style or originality of thought. Unlike fimilar addresses from Washington to Lincoln, it betrays up want of self-confidence in his abil ity to bear the heavy burden which has been imposed upon him, and in that respect is in bad taste. Gtn. Grant' professionu of re trenchment and reform are common to all tucb productions. Tudeed, an Inaugural Address without a declaration of rigid econ omy and vigorous retrenchment would be ike the play of Ilamlet with the part of Hamlet left out. Gen. Grant is no doubt incere in this regard, but we look upon Congress as so essentially and hopelessly cor rupt that, in order to carry out his honest purpose, he will have to resort to a very lib eral exercise of the veto power. That he will avail himself of this constitutional right, so much denounced...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 March 1869

UL THE FREEMAN- THUHriWAY, : MAUCHjll, 18C9. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. i David K. Marchand, formerly editor of the Greensburg Kepuoiican, died in that b,,nugh on Saturday last. In another column we publish an obituary 0l)tice which should Lave appeared last week, l,ut vi inadverttntly overKoked. We hope the frieuds of the decased will excuse our re- Hn D. J- Mon-ell. of Johnstown, and K B. Ward, of Michigan, have called a o nveutii'n of manufacturers to meet at tha !ca'd of Trade Kocms, Philadelphia, on WVhiMlay next. In Bedford county there are already three fsm'.idatefi announced for . the Democratic ni Hiination for prothonotary, seven for ceuu ty treasurer, five fur 6heritf. and four for cunty commissioner. Sister Mary Thecla McDonald, (Lizzie, daughter of Gen. Jos. McDonald of this place," at'd two other religieuse. were ad mitted" t the holy trfossion at the Convent of the Vihita ion, Ba'timore, on the 23d u'.t The democrats of Bedford county and the rq-r.MicaiiS of Blair county hav...

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