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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 11 March 1869

tiVi Ti Yankee marocuicy. A Hath (Me.) correspondent -rrritoa in ha following amating and interesting way to a Boston paper: I once stopped t the liouse of a friend. It wai desirable that ws ihoulJ take an eiidy train next morn ing, and, notwithstanding the aeeuranee. of the servant that we should ba called tright and ew! I felt anxious cn retir ing lest we tkouM not rise in time. I therefore tet myaeif to devii-ing an alarm. The oidy "bow of operation" was ray watch. This I opened the face of, ex posing the hinds, and laid tie back on the toilet table. The hour-hand only was available to produce the action that pbould give tl.e alarm, the minute4iRBJ having many revolutions to make fire the appointed hour. A b!aJe at each end of ray pot ket-mfe waa opened, and the han dle supported on three pennies (pirr-d one on the top of the other), so that it should be balanceJ, and aX the same time havo the blades on n Una with the face, ne blade resting lightly on the figure 4 the minut-a ban...

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. — 18 March 1869

u UK IS A. FBEE3IAM W II02I TUB TUUTH MAKES sTB.kZat ASD ALL AUB ILATBI BESIDE, n. A. H i'IEE, Editor and PublUbcr. Term, $3 per year In Advance. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1869. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 8. I i ? I PACIFIC BAIL ROAD II E1RLT PIMIH&O. UdO MILES BUILT! THE UlYION PACIFIC R. S. CO. CENTRAL PACIFIC RAIL ROAD CO. Have adJed Eight Hundred (700) Miles to their lines during tho current year, while doing n lirpe local pa scnger and freight business. The through connection will undoubtedly be completed next summer, when the through traf-fi.-l must and will be very pre!. Forty thou mii.I me" re now employed by the two power In comp i'iie. in pressing forward the great na tiiMiJtl highway to a 9peedy completion. Only miles rem i n to be built, niot of which aio jjrnded nd re:xdy for the rails. First Murt;ace Gold Bonds of the Union Pa cific K:ii;ro.id Company for ale a' par and in terest, at d Firs:. Mortgage Gold Bond of the Cen'ral 1'iicific Railroad at ll3 and interest....

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. — 18 March 1869

THE FREEMAN. 3&fSBUIi9. PA.. 'JftamOAt, i : : Uiki 1818W. i-LJi. SfStL J 1 QjHWno.- la an article rn cur last paper oa tie Inaugural Address we were made to stale the number of persons disfran chised Id the Santa at twenty-fi va thousand. What we wrote was, that there were Jive hundred thousand white men in the South ern States who are excluded from the ballot-box in order that Northern carpet bag gers may misrepresent the Southern people In the Senate and House of Representatives at Washington. Afraid of I lie People. It is the highest right of the people of a State that their constitution shall not he al tered or amended without their consent legally expren-ed through the ballot-box So jealous of this great right were tie mem bers of the Convention that framed the pres ent Constitution of our State, that they protected it with a triple shield, and re quired thst any future amendment to it rnut receive the sanction of two successive legislatures and afterwards be approved by a ...

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. — 18 March 1869

THE I'll IvEMAN- THUKHDAY, i MARCH 18, 1860 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. StrrysBrRO avtd Chesson Railroad, m-Oa and after Monday, May 11, 1868, train on this road will run as follows : Lzavs Ebbnsbubq X 6.25 a. m., connecting with Accomoda tion East and PbiU. Express West. t 7.15 P. m., connecting with Phila. Ex Cist and Mail West. At -25 a. m.. or on departure of Phila, Express West. - At 9. SI p. m., or on departure of Phila. Ix Xresi East. EntTORiAWES, Local ahd NEiGHBOtiiso. The new eouuty quest io has subsided Into the question of a Criminal Gnrt, with limited and concurrent jurisdiction. Oar county court was brought to and ab rupt conclusion on Wednesday of last week, many of the cases on the lint not be ing ready for tiial. Atteutiou is invited to various public and private opportunities to buy desirable real and personal property, advertised for the fir-t time in our columns to day. Two stores in Altma were destroyed by fire on Thursday night last. Supposed to have been tlio result o...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 18 March 1869

Tfec Debts of (be several Slates. llf. Welle, the special Commiss-ioner of tl.c Revenue, in his recent report furnishes the following partlculais of the iudebtedr.es of the several Eastern, Middle and BorJer States before, o'urirg and since the war : Mains Debt la 1861, $593.500 ; Decem ber 81, 1866. $5,164,600; Dec. 31, 1868. J5.060.500. Reduction in three years. $111,-000. New Hampshire Debt in 1861, $31,663; June 1. 1856. 4.005,070; June 1, 1868, $3,187,412. Keductiou, $514,658. Vermont--No debt in 1861; in 1865, $1,650,000; ia November, 18CS, $i,168, 000. Reduction, $482,000. Maf-sachosetts No debt in 1861 : 1805. $,54.864; 1867, $11,092,509 ; NoTm bor, 1868, $16,868,672. Increasa since 18H5, $5,600,000. Rhode laland N(r debt in 1861 ; 1865. $4.000,000 ; November. 1868, $3,140,000 Koductlon, $859,000. Connecticut No dbt 1a 1861 ; in 1865, $10,400,000; In December, 1868, $8,135, 500. Reduction. $2,264,500. New York September 30, 1860, $34. 182,975 ; 18C5, $49,688,639 ; September,...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 25 March 1869

-tH JIU AA p A A A Q AA it--4 ?-J I frl t1 K' l-vl 'vi L;J ?1 U .'ill. II. A. M'MZtC, ndlfor and I'ablUber. HE IS A FSCCHAN WHOH THE; THOTH MAEEI FaEE, ASD ALL AllE SLAVES RESIDE. Terms, $2 per year In nIrnncc. VOLUME 3. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1869. NUMBER 9. Acer's iair Visrbr, For reslcring Cray Hair to ils natural Vitality and "Color. A dressing which is at once ngrceaLle, healthy, and effectual for preserving the liair. Faded or gray hair it soon restored to its original color tcith the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thick TO r r t.V ? tH ened, falling hair checked, and bald ness ofr.cn, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the Imir -where the follicles aro destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. But such as remain can bo saved for usefulness by this ppplication. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it lean and vigorous. Its occasional u-c will prevent tho hair from turning gray or falling oil', and...

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

THE ERKEMAN. F2IH3BURQ, PA.. Tiicrcdat, : : : llkMu 25, ISCt. Radical Sarvlllty. Whenever a man ia Invested with official power, whether he be King or President, he is at once surrounded by a crow J of eyco pbanta and flatterers, who are ever ready to crook the pregnant hinge of the knee that thrift may follow fawning." With honeyed words they buzz arouud him like bets around the flowers of the fiId. Their abject flattery is as short lived as it is hypocritical, and disappears with the retirement of its object from power and place. Unlike the sunflower, "They do not tarn to te sua as he sets The same look that they gave when he rose." Shakeopeare, who understood human nature better than any other writer in the world, admirably portrays this obsequeouB brood of man-worshippers in the brief dia logue which takes place between Hamlet, the young PriDce of Deninark.'and the cring ing courtier, Pulonius : Ilmu let Do you see yonder cloud that's al mokt in shape of a caaiel ? Polonius Dy t...

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

Ul THE FRKICMAN- THUIWDAY, i M AliCII 25, 1SG9 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A bald eagle was bhot in Muoatcr town .jjjp one day Iat week. The saw-mill of David Fyock. on Two fick cr-ek, about fuur miles east of Indiana, W4S totally destroyed by fire on Monday night of last week. Vni. Babcock, employtd In a saw-mill in Clearfield county, wu caught in the ma cbinery of the mill, oa the 12th inst., and yr Instantly cruehed to death. Hon. A. A. Barker, of this place, is an- i ncnnced as ODe of the speakers at a tem- f . v. L.U : ltr:nt m pernc inoriiiig vt wucium wmiamsnurg, I Jjiair county uo Wednesday week. Want of time has prevented the report- ' lng of real estate transfers for our present 1 iMua. There were but few left for record ! d1 they will keep until next week. ! The residence of Mra. Chancy, in Barree towosliipt Huntingdon county, was burned I jo the groud, oa Sunday week, duriug her 1 absence, and 100 in niouey went with it. The correspondence ot our Wilmore friend 5 dnl o 't come t...

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

j.f Il-lug heerd d big bos radicals a Lus.aud .. times dwehir .. Dt .la b'rtck fa1, kit aovi da uhiU folks was . perzvdi'y mi a par, At dare word I Voiced to take em. and o I nude a call Ou de p i''4 dut peddled ticket Lr Grant's D.y set i in 'for table, lookin mity proud url t-tiff- - -v - Au' dereckly d; chile Vr.ow fieslf, (ley all began to an iff. " Scs de cheerman. " Who Are yen. "sab ?" ins ' . I, "A rn;tu and bridder ; B it he -buck hU I.eaJ as if lie meant. "I'm damned if you am, nudler." f t-s I, "'Sense, me, my good bosses, I dont "tnean nv offence, "-. -I'm a wool-dyed I lick R?f ublican, ia dd "" "Merry strongest -enee ; .' 'T -And me and my 'old Vdnau she's jim up - at heel ami toe To your 'nam-juration breakdown, hev con , clouded we will go. '. ' . ' t u,,'. rt .,.t n. t.ut .-.'i ' ' Skf r,k. "My niKr- r frieii l. , Eoffyour k tiller and yuur priuei. loa is quite a recnir.nj? a J," L'u? jon jeedis ting ;s prlv't ; we're rleascd to have Vim call. Lut we kent.i t tell y...

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

1 TOW II. A. M'PIESJ, Editor and Publisher. HB IB A rHHiII WHOM THK TRUTH HAKBI FREE, AND ALL ARB ILATKS BESIDE. Term, $2 per year In adrance. VOLUME 3. p:bensburg, pa, Thursday, april i, 1869. NUMBER 10. i 1 Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair to its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which ia at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserving the hair. Faded or gray hair is toon restored to its original color with ths gloss and frsshntss of youth.. Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair chtcked, and bald ness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. Bat such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make som...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 1 April 1869

(Jambria Frecniah. i:UIL5UUIlG, I A. THURSDAY, .: : APRIL I, 1869. Foster and Oorode. Wheu the three return judges in the Con- greasional district composed vi the counties if Fayette, Westmoreland and Indiana, rat t at Groensburg after the last OctobVr election for the purpose of - counting -ilus i flicial vote and transmitting the proper re turn; to Hvrrisburg, two of he"judges, one from Fayette and the other from Westmore land county; eSBfd a certificate- declaring that Henry LV-Fuster had received a maj ority of forty-one voles over Juhn Covode. The other returu- judge, : representing 'Indiana county,' refused to sign the return, alleging that frauds ' Lad been committed , in the YoUDgstown election .district in Westmore land county and in the Dunbar election district in Fayette county, which, if correct ed, would change the result. This was an exhibition cf ignorance and impertinance,. which he was induced to display at the. in stigation of Covode himself, as a seeming ustificat...

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. — 1 April 1869

Cambria Freeman; jjlCHDAV, : : APlilL 1, 18C0. """local AND PERSONAL VTavsidb Fkcnings ani Te?:ciung3. Au elephant was shipped over tha Pa. R. R. from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia, on Tues jav last. The Vigilant Steam Firo Cotrrpany of Altoona won four beautiful silver torches at the Citizen Tiro Company' Fair iu Ilirris (UrT iccently. Thursday night the store of Jacob OiX'hririt Irwin's Station, Westmoreland cotiuty. was burned down. An incendiary cMoA the fire. O ir regular Johnstown letter, always one rf the iVAJbt interesting features of the Free man, is this week better than ever, if that wero ps.ible. Read it. Mr. Israi.I Black, aged about C5 years, reiJi"g 'a Antis township, Pilair county, wa fjiind dead at the door of his utable on the evening o: tue iuu uii,. .ttpopiexy. Kev. Deuietriu Moragua, a member' of the Benedictine ord?r, and formerly of St. Vincent' Abbey, Westmoreland county, iliJd iu St. Paul, Minnesota, ou Saturday A boy named Wagoner, while agisting to cut a li o...

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 April 1869

fteisias woani iiwowi.v c;. To Ksep Cmiak or Bbd . Bcos. Take , a whites of four eggs and tea cents worth quicksilver; put them into a bowl and sat to a perfect froth. Take a feather and ,tp into the preparation, and apply to eve if part ol your bedstead where bugs conceal 'm selves ; do this once a year, and you sill never ee a bedbug in your house. Hrzcmatt8M. The best recipe known : Sloney two pounds, clarifltd by a slow fire i.'own to one pound ; fiour of alpbur. two ntcea ; cream of tartar, one ounce j Jam at a giriger, powdered, half an oai.ee ; one atmeg grated ; gum guaiacura, powdered. ne drach. - Mix all these ingredient we!!. '. )ose two tablespoonbfull twice a day in a umbler of hot water. Waets on cows' teats may, says an ex change, be easily removed by applying the olli wing timple remedy : In a quart of soft water dissolve one-quarter pound of alum ; and in this solution wash the teats and udder carefully, morning, noon, and night. Per- :-everance in this course will,...

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. — 8 April 1869

4- ! jll J$ II. A. M'l'IKC, Editor and Publisher. HB IS A FRKBMAR WHOM THE TPRCTII MAKES FREE, AND ALL AIXR SLAVES BESIDE, Terms, $3 per year in advance ! VOLUME 3. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1869. NUMBER II. ! Ayer's air Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair lo ils natural Vilallly and Color. A dressing -which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserving the hair. Faded or gray hair is toon restortd to its original color &S? freshness of youth. 4S- Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair checked, and bald ness often, though . not always, cured bv it use. Nothing can restoro the hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the gland? atrophied and decayed. Bat snch a.3 remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instoad of fouliug the hair with a pasty sedi iiieiit, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent tho hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldnes3. Free from those deleterious substances -which ...

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 April 1869

Cambria Frecsma. KDERSCPilG, PA. THURSDAY, i i APRIL 8, 1869. So tv and TbeiK The facility with which some politicians and newspaper editors can change their tIiwi in reference to a question of great public movement ia as remaakable as it is Instructive- This class of politicians took their ri.-e in England about two hundred years ago, tinder the leadership cf a cele brated statesman, and in that time were known as "Trimmers." The race 1j not extinct, hut exists plentifully in our own country, and especially amongst the editors cf Republican newspapers. The editor of the Johnstown Tribune is a conspicuous ex ample. At the last Presidential election, November 8d. the question of negro suffrage was substituted to a vote of the people of Iowa and Minnesota, and by each was . adopted The editor of tho Tribune, in his paper cf November 13th, ten days after the election, spoke of the result as follows : 'Iowa and Minnesota on the Cay r,f the Presidential election adopted an nmendroent to ...

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 April 1869

Cambria Freeman. THURSDAY, i : -AI'KIL 8. 18C9. LOCAL AND PERSONAL . TTaTSIDI FKCXIXaS AND FK5CTLIKG3 ji velocipede school will be opened at tbe Town EUll Ibis (Thursday) evening. Ad miwlon to see tbe "animi'ee," 15 cents. Tbe property of Gei. GurUy in this bor ongb, which was fold at Sheriff saie en "ney. wr. Taught by Edw. R. Dunegan, Eq.,t'VSt- Augustiue, fur $1,665. 'voting lady named Martin was so se rooly injur1' a few days age, by being trtxk by & fa'Iicg tree, at a clearing in Iu Jir. county, that her life ia despaired of. ct extending the time for the pay ment of the enrolment tar on an act incor porating the Somerset and Mineral Foint H,i!ro'l Company, paesed tbe House od iIn('.T. A German girl who bad but recently ar rived in tn'a country was aeizsd by some vitUin between Latrobe and St. Vincent's Acictercv, f,ow d,V8 S rd forcibly rob bed of ever.ty dollars in gold. A vun$ man named Jacob Householder, rri'!nt of MConnel!trwn. was struck hy a 1 comotive f a passenger ...

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. — 8 April 1869

flamatftlle History of i CIocK. f A highly romantic story of the discovery f an iunnwnse. fortune it told by the Sao (Pftuiciioo Herald : i. . la's quiet country town in Ne w II imp- hire,, near, the Maine line. stands; an an tent mansion, whose appearance aod sur roundings indicate its oo-upatiun,for .many generation. Tall tree bare "gown ' up round it, and a .weattircf tangled shrub-, bery and Vines Tends ft n air of "homelike uiet ho commnnHa New England rural tcencs. - Tbe place is an old homestead of a family named liasaea, wno, t-jr lour fen erations, have' called it their hprjne. Within, this dwelling-and' forming a -prominent feature of its ant;que appointments, itands, like i gtim sfntry la his box,' an' old-faah ned eightrday clocfc.V.Ta! a casual .'obeer ver there is nothing remarkable in the ap pearance of this ancient time-piece, for it is eueient as'll.a indcrlptioo acrotss ita face Nicholas, Blasdell.. maker; Glasgow, 1738" plainly kiUsVl Such clocks are not rare in h...

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 April 1869

II. a. ai'PJKE, Editor and Iubll liter. 1 A VR BBSS AX WHOM IHJS TRDTH MAKES FRKE, ABO ALL ARB tLATBI BEIIDK, Terms, t f car Ad ranee. VOLUME 3. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1869. NUMBER 12. ! Ayer's air Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair lo its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at one agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserving the Lair. Faded or gray hair it toon restored to tit original color with tht glott and freshnest of youth. Thin Lair is thick- tried, falling hair checked, and bald nesi often, though not always, cured by iti use. Nothing can restora tha hair where tha follicles are destroyed, or tha gland atrophied and decayed. Bat such as remain can ba saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi mect, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Frea from those deleterious substances which sake some preparati...

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 April 1869

Cambria Freeman. KDCKSDCno, IA. THURSDAY, t APRIL 15, 1869. The Freeman' Critic. We cannot conecst to conduct tha Faa HAS la accordance with the programme laid down for na In the list Johnstown Tribune. Vie prefer acting on our own, Jadgrcent ratber tlian on its gratuitous advice. If the editor supposee that there it to be. a tmce to polit e and their newspaper discus sion, or that the "era of good feeling" is to he inaugurated under the new administra tioo. he is sadly mistaken. Thus far It haa piB no indication that tneb will be the case, but the Try reverse. If the Washington corresponient of the Tribune will address letter to "Mat. Ad ams," who ia an honorable man, asking tim to compromise hif political integrity, be must expect to be exposed. Unlike the Inbuilt1 correspondent. Mr. Adam po!it leal opinions are not in the market, to be knoelel down to the Lfgheat and best bid der for the highest and Lent price bidden for the tame. If Jshn W. Geary will writ8 an extra-cfllcial let...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 15 April 1869

I Cansbria Frecmaa. JIUTIKDAT, t APBIL 15. 1869. LOCAL AND PERSONAL TT-aTum PferKisfts ahd rxciLns. ' Abraham Kelly, of Somerset conntj, hang 5 Hmlioothe let instant. I Mew- Campbell & Ron announce thro 5 - ' -1 .1 - il ' 7 . t,m A toons. nouTie mat iuc r uuiicaior will reappear without fail on Saturday xjj-rnicp nrxt. ld nametl Rotjsti cnt off great por tion of his foot at Peteraburg, Huntingdon county, on Saturday week, while engaged in rt.oDbinz wood. Marion McAdoo, of Indiana county, was browned m the nrer above Lumber city, in C!rfie!d county, a few daya ago, by being thrown from a raft. The nrest way to obtain the Freeman Is to Hibserite and pay for It. To dejnd tjvn borrowing or begging Is always uncer tain and very unsatUfiictorjr. The radical committee of Indiana county npnointed delegates on the 8th int. to th Rate Convention, and instructed them to i apport Harry White for Governor. IDatid Kountz waa recently run over and !nntai.t!y killed near GuflVy's station, on th...

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