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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 15 April 1869

E22e From lb Phila. Sunday Mercury. J TUB WAY 1HB mONCY GOES. A CTriallon Btlwca a Man and XVltr Actldtutally UT(thMd. x rarfca rKrpKRCc. 'I have a little private bosinsea." ' School for Scandal. 'Everything is ready for yu." Lobelia; Act bih, Scene Zd. fiatd John ooto kit 'wife one daj : My darling, I suppose You'll think I ought not to inquire Which way the money gos. I earn twelve dollars' every week There is but you and me And out of it, I most confess, I Tory little see. "Therefor legin to reckon- op, Tbe secret disclose ; For I am anions to find out Which wit the money goes." Said she : "My dear, I pray keep eool. And don't begin to frown. But get your pencil and your slate. And put each item down. "I guar a& tee to giTe accouat For every penny spent ; First put one dollar down for coal. And three and a half for rent. "Commence, my dear, to calculate. And I will soon disclose. And give you a correct account Which way the money goes. "Fire pound of beef, at thirty cents. On...

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. — 22 April 1869

1 I j ( 0 - II. A. MTIKE, Editor and Publisher. UK IS A FRKBUiS WIIOU THE TROTH MAKES PRICE, AMD ALL ARC SLAVES BKilDK. Tunas, $a per year la advance. VOLUME 3. !8C9. SF1IS6 nilL 1869. I ar& now prepared to offer SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS to cash roBCBiini or TDi. SIEIT-IROI & COFPER WAEI. EITHM AT WHOLESALE OK RETAIL, Sf stock consists ia part of avery variety of Tin, Sbeel-Iron. COPPER AND BRASS WARES, BNAMFI.l-KD AND PI.AIM SAUCE-PAWS, BOILEBS. &f, COAL SHOVELS. WINE LAMPS, OIL CANS. II0USEFCRN1SHING HAIiD WAPJi OF EVERY KIND. Spear.' Attti-Duat HEATING and COOKING STOVES, EXCELSIOR COOKISG S1WES, "N'OCLE, TKI UMPII and PARLOR COOK ING STOVES, AuJ any Conking Stove desired I will gat when orderd at manufacturer' prices. Old Stove Plates and Grates. &c, for re pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; others will be ordarsd when wanted. Particular atteutiou given to Spouting, Valleys and Conductors, 11 of whicuwill ba made out of best mate rials and put up by competent wor...

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. — 22 April 1869

It Cambria Frcemae. KnCKSBUaiO, tA. THURSDAY, : : APRIL 22, 1869. .1 i i TLe l.ast Reconstruction Act. On the day before Congress adjourned a law was passed authorizing the President to bubniit the newly framed conhtitutionB of the States of Virginia, Missisbippi and Texas to a vote of the people, at such time as ht may deem expedient. This last aud worst reconstruction experiment contains the fol lowing scandalous section : "That before the States of Virginia, Texas and Mississippi shall be admitted to representa tion in Congress, their stvsral legislatures, which may be hereafter organized, ahull ratify the fifteenth article, which has been proposed to the several Stales as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States." Odious and detestable as hare been all the former laws on the subject of reconstruction, this feature which we have copied from the lat enactment completes the crowning act of infamy. It is the first instance in the history of the government in which, 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. — 22 April 1869

:r2323Sees asi?jrfa Freeman. APEIL 22, 18G9. UOCAL AND PERSONAL. 1 i j r t:p Pbckikgs and Fskcilikgs. 1 railroad from Kaylor's station to Loretto i. iue of the probabilities cf the near future. ,re onon. f ' R. D- Wood, of the firm of Wood, Mor TelI & Co., (Cambria Iron Co.,) die J recent ly in Philadelphia. y ish Roddy was struck Ly en engine and 'hiAi"ly killed, five miles east of Newport, Ka Tuesday morning of last week. J1 A valuai'l Lorse was stolen from David iYonnp, of Westmoreland county, one nigLt Vi-tTv and taken to Munster and 6o!d. j Dr. S. S. Bclford, Surgeon Dentist, will le st l is ofike, over Huntloy'a hardware tere during ixt week. Persons desiring s s rofrsMoual service should note this fact, j man named W. L. Valontine was tlrag fcJ from hi horse and robbed of $450 in IrioiPV within a mile of McConnellkburr;, h'u'U'n count v, on the night of the 16th Gen. K. Coulter rnu Aiex. ivugore, oi i.urcr. n-t lor.jr since. l)Ut the would be I thieves fai! d to reach the...

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. — 22 April 1869

Tbe Apostles' Creed. The precise origin of this simplest and most ancient of all the creeds is involved la eome uncertainty, and has long been a matter of dispute among learned theolo gians. It is at lecet certain tbat its uni versal use in the Church may be traced back, if not to the apostolic age itself, yet to that immediately succeeding ; and there is a very old tradition that each of the twelve article of the creed was com posed by an apostolic author. It is said the twelve assembled in coun cil before dispersing themselves to preach the Goppel throughout the world, to frame the symbol or watchword of the Christian Church, and it will be interesting to our readers to know the apostle to whom each article is ascribed. Tbe tradition is as follows: St. Peter I believe in God the Fath er Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth:" St. Andrew "And in Jesus Christ his only Son our Lord:" St. James the Great "Who waB con ceived by the Holy Ghost, Born of the Virgin Mary:' St John "Suffered ...

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. — 29 April 1869

W.WVW Wlllilll II. A. MTIKE, Editor and Publlftber us IS A FREBJIAJ WH03 THIS TRUTH FiUK, AUD ALL ARE SLAVES BKSIDB, Tcfdjs, $2 per year In adranoe. i I i VOLUME 3. GOOD HEALTH Is piramount to wealth. If the system if- ia baJoidw purge out the vile l u mors and dis tenipers with Roback'a Blood Pilli, and get the internal organs performing their regular fonc tiors. tnd once ia order, keep them bo by the Roback'i Stomach Bitters. DYSPEPSIA. Thete prohabiy.no one disease with which maLkibd are afflicted which is the source of so nianv ailments as DisPErsi a, find there is no more cerUiu cure than Roback's Stomach Bit ters. A REMARKABLE FACT That not a sine'e instance has come to the kno e-Jj; of the proprietors, of the loilur of llobacit's Medicines to give entire satisfaction in the hundreds of thousands of caea in which they have been ued; thu is worthy of remark and undeniable evidnce of their intriucia mer- GCD I the pruife in the Hiouthiof evert hod y ii fa vor of Kolmck'n Stomach...

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. — 29 April 1869

i ( t fir" Cambria Freeman. EBCXSDURG, PA. THURSDAY, : : APRIL 29, 1869. Too Much legislation. A sense of positive relief is felt through out the State since the final adjournment of the Legislature. The day on which it meets is always Io ked forward to with fear and trembling, while its dissolution is re garded as an escape from a constantly threatened danger. As lung as it is in ses sion it is the sword of Damocles suspended over the head of the people, and it is only when it ceases to exist that the taxpayer oan breathe freer and deeper. That tha late Legislature was corrupt beyond mot of its predecessors seems to b universally con ceded. It (stands almost alone as a monu ment of legislative infamy. One of the Harrtsburg papers makes the grave declara tion, that the lower bouse contained just eleven members who were above suspicion, tha remaining eighty-nine being either no toriously venal, or honest with a mental re servation. Has human naturo entirely changed, and do men now as...

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. — 29 April 1869

aXECIEElllrf 2Se -3 SCcfsst m - Cambria Freeman. jtLUBSBAY, , : A PHIL 29, 1869. j LOCAL AND PERSONAL I bfbi'ro and Cbessox Railroad. Inn nd after Monday. April 26, 1869, tiiui on this road will run as follows : f TtaT Ebknsbuko i " 40 a. M-t connecting with Philadelphia I Exp"" 8D Pittsburgh Express Wet ! ti,d Southern Express East. 1. - io p. m., connecting with Phila. Ex- i tres East an al' "ira'u West. 1 Lxavi Cbsssok It 6 20 pr on departure of Fittaburgb I Express West. 8 28 r M" or on eParlur of Phila. Ex- j rew East. tr'os rnrsiJ-Ga axd rxsciuxas. I K company r- iu uinuiitu m uuc tjte to rait and feed trout. 1 The lledford rt office seems to have been L important for one person to hold and IVna accordingly peddled it oat to two. Seth F. Myers and John Spanogle. of Wntingdon county, were each lelieved of torses by some adroit thieves on Thursday '1iniel Campbell was killed on the 17th irjgt at Irwin Station on the Pennsylvania ailroad. while attending to jump from a If, eight ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 April 1869

A Nrw PArtj,We publish the follow ing prot-rectus, as it fa decidedly rich : 'I propose to start a newspaper on the Rift enterprise plan. It will Le devoted to tancity, sewing machines, politico and pat ent mediunea. The fallowing premiums will be riven ta subscribers : . Subscribers ta one copy of tbe Chvrch Cancer will be presented with a box of pat ent petroleum paste blacking. Tbia is a nperior article ; it will black boots or tove. and may be used ad a tair dye. (See testimonials from the leading clergy men: statesmen, and boot-blacks.) Subscribers for two copies will receive a box of eardinf-s. , .Subscribers for five copies will be presen ted with a. pair of ironclad spectacles with glass eyes, warranted to suit one age as well ab another. Subscribers for twelve copies "w'il be en titled ' to o wooden leg, a patent adjustable boot jtck, which can also be used as a cork screw, a coffee mill or an inkstand. . Sulcribers for twenty copies will be en titled to a pair of false cal...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 May 1869

1 fffi JW 11. A. M'PIKI Editor, and I' u blither. HB 1 PttBlMAS VTHOM THB TRUTH MA ICES FREE,1 AMD ALL ARB SLATES BESIDE, Tewni, $2 per year In adraoae. VOLUME 3. 1ST OF RETAILERS op Fob- KlUJf AKD DoX&STIC MeKCHANDISE ID CaaiUia county, aa appraised for the year 16G9: JOHNSTOWN BOROUGH. 1 Wood. Mor 14 Sarah Dickey 7 00 14 John Thomas 7 00 14. V. Border 7 00 14. Wm Berlin 7 00 rell & Co 200 50 11. W M Tuersou 7 00 H. Geo. King & Brother 7 00 13. Joha Dibert 10 00 14 Butt Kriger 7 t'O 13. Coheu & Bro 10 50 14 Jo Rankin w 14. W U degrave 7 5u 14 G. Bent'ey 7 (U 14. Aiiaiu lliarr 7 00 1 1. 0 Zimmerman 7 50 1-2 Geiai. Foster 12 50 14 Ja J Murphy 7 OU 14. N.& 0. A. Home 7 Ou 14. M L OroLberg 7 30 ia V. W. Kress 7 Ow 13 L. Mayer 10 50 14. Disert&Bea- ehoof 7 00 13. David Dibert 10 60 14. Ric'd Bennett 00 Q0. 50 00 5J 50 14. It T. Morris 14. F. Lei ten Lar ger 14. Joha Bon ton. 14. Lawsou & Biker 14 A Kmoii ICo 7 50 14. John Haauon . . , - - ; , . I r r 14. ten ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 May 1869

eetiotr for damages by tbe party aggrieved ; acd If any peraoa aball fraudulently alter, add to, deface or destroy any list of voters, mad out as directed by this act, 01 tear down or remove the same from the place where it ha been fixed, with fraudulent or mischievous intent, or fur aoy improper pur pose, the person so offendiog shall be guilty of a high misdemeanor, and on conviction shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or irnpriot.ment not exceeding two year, or both, at the discre tion of the court. Sec 16. All elections for city. ward, bor ongb, township and election officers shall hereafter be held on the second Tuesday of October, subject to all the provisions of the laws regulating the election of such officers net inconsistent with this act; the persons elected to such offices at that time shall take their places at the expiration xf the terms of the persons holding the same at the time of such election ; but no election for the of fice of asseaso...

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. — 6 May 1869

Cambria' Freeman: ;ittDAY . MAY 6, 1869. f 5 s i I ? 5 ? i TAKE NOTICE! 1 have sent to S. B. M'Cormiek. Esq., L collctin ft list of persons in Johnstown d t Conemaugh station who owe as for year'a subscription and upward, and for advertising, etc. We hare also placed in a baDds of William H. Sechler, Esq., the iiines of those who are indebted to us in the e w(,v at Summerhill, Wilmore, Sonrnan, BemUk, Oregon, Summit, Gallitzin, New. 'X'vrot.e, &c, and with Messrs. Oatman Shoemaker we have left similar list for Ilnburg and vicinity, Carrolltown, Plott iillc Fallen Timber, St. Augustine. Chest iprings. Loretto, aod a few other points. Vith Mr. T. I. McKieroan. Altoona, a list f person owing us in that vicinity may be f.unJ. Ip a11 tbe8 eaM we ur PronaP tayinent. as we need money very much to Lrchaso' nsw type and for other wants of is fully urgent a character. The collector's tr.mn'iMion is all that will be added to any of thee bills, and even that will be remitted where the party...

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. — 6 May 1869

A ,ifony .rR. Svvkauers A :: gentle' man once heard a laboring man swear in the presence of a number of .his compan ions. Ha told him it was cowardly to wear eo in company. ; The man said he was! not 'afraid,' to swear at an time'1 or anyplace. ' " ... "I'll give you ' ten " dollars, ' said the gentleman; "if you will go into the- Til lage --ehurcb yard 1 to-night at twelve o'clock, and swear the same oaths you have uttered here, when you are alone with your God." r,, T ? y.v , -Agreed," said the wan, "t'is an easy way of earning ten dollars." "Well, you coaje to me to-morrow, and ay you have doneit, and the money is Time passed on ; midnight came. The man went to the grave yard. It was a ii'ight pf pitchy darkness. . A& he entered the yard, not a sound was heard all was still as death. Then the gentleman's words "alone with God,M came o'er him with a wonderful power. The thought of the wickedness he had committed, and his mind liko a flaeh of lightning. , He trembled at his fol...

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. — 13 May 1869

1 II. A. 31'1'IKC, Editor and Publisher. HK IS A: FRKEMA3I WHOM THE TRUTH 'SIAIiES FKBK, A.SD . ALU . AKU SLA VKI 11ESIDK. - Terms, $3 per jear ia advance. 'VOLUME 3. EB ENS BURG, : PA:,. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1869: ,;; . ' NUMBER 16- Ayer's Hair .'Vigor, Fcr restoring Gray Hair to lis natural Vitality t and Color. A dressing which is at ouco agreeable, healthy, and effectual lor preserving the hair. Faded or gray hair is soon restored Jfv -i i; ... 'fatty lo original color V..'.-ri,-. freshness of youth. :&Je?r TLiu hair is thick-" ttieJ, filling hair checked, and bald i.css though not . always, cured ,v its u.s'. Nothing can restore the L:t'r where the follicles are destroyed, ,r tLe phin.b atrophied and decayed. II :r such, as remain can be saved for i: i':i!ne?.i by this application. " Instead t r.ju'iu the haii with a pasty scdi t. it v. ill keep it clean and igorou.-. i:-v: .-jt-IoLial lue v.ill prevent the hair turiiinj gray or falling off, and fi-t-L'quiiutly prevent - baldn...

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. — 13 May 1869

Cambria Freeman. THURSDAY, : : : MAY 13, 1869. Roy ins CommUleci. Jot oootent with J5IatiT honors achieved at Washmgtoo. several of the tending commit toes of Congress propose spendiog the lummtr and autumo ia visit iog various portions of the country, for the ostensible purpose of gathering statistical Information as a basis of future Congression al action. Their contemplated journejings cover a vast scope of country. The committee of ways and meaas have already visited the custom bouse at New York and probably Boston, and as eoon as the Pacific rail road is open fur through lure', will go to San Francisco. AU this hurrying to and fro is hid under the flimsy protest of acquiring a more intimate practi cal knowledge of tne working of our finan cial system. That this committee, as wU as the entire radical party, stand in sore need of thorough instruction on the subject cf the currency, is paiafully apparent, but that it can acquire the knowledge from an examination into the financial...

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. — 13 May 1869

Ul 55 Cumbria Freeman edgx$dviig,'pa. Thursday, : : : Mat 13, 1869. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Two more boraes were stolen io Fulton oaty week before last. A Ud named Brown had one of his toee et off t Blaimille. the other day, by a t)iece of iron which fell from bie hand. ' The family of Cyrus Mateer, residing sear TVilHsmsburg. Blair county, were poisened W eating canned rhubarb week bfore last, but bsve all since recoTered. Qtorga W. Snyder waa elected superin tendent of common acboola of Clearfield county, on the 4th inatant. and bia aalary Inmascd from el.OOO to 41,200. Out County Treasurer caught eight dozen and odd trout, of Tery respectable aize. in abont tre hours, angling:, in the neighbor hood of Portage station, the other day. A little bry at McConnellaburg broke (bo rottea pump floor of an old well, the other 1av, ami fell into the water, bat waa frtticately extricated before life waa ex 'met. An okl bouse belonging to Isaac Shutter, Q Westmoreland county, containing eleven hun...

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. — 13 May 1869

AX OLU H.4LLID.- TVniTTlCJI IS THE YEAR 1430. f" J X 1 rsave a youog sister ' ""Far be3'ohd the tea ; " Many ara the presents That she has sect to mo. Sl.b.entrfa a hrry? f ' Withoel anyktoneT'""' &he has tent roe a piyeon Without "any bone ; "Without gDTthunii,, . r V She pent (tie a briar '. t& bade ne Jove'tny lover Auu mat wiuioui desire. - How can a'cherry" De without asjtone ? i II."v can a pigeon :Iie without a bone 1 IIow cau a'trlar " v ' , Be without a thorn 1 . , . f i4 .. -. Arid whoe're loved without desire , . Sine true love lirst was boru ? When the cherry was a blossom Then it. bad no stor.e ; When the dove was in the egj , Then it had no bone " ' ' Whe thu briar sprouted , .- ? ''": ..Never a thorn it bore;,, v .., And when, a luaideu Las her lover - Oh, .then she longt; no mora.. 'TTT SOTED ASS ASSI.XS. rkBtrrrSBAVAIiXAC, UACBBTH, STATS, CIUU 1.0TTK COniJA Y ASU BOOTH. IT it were done when His done, then 'twere well it were done quick! .-Macs.th i I "' 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. — 20 May 1869

UL m irat II. A. la'PIKE, Editor and Publisher. IIB IS A FRKEMAS WHOM TUB TRUTH MAKES PASS, ASD ALt ARK SLAVES BESIDE, Terms, $2 per year to adranw. VOLUME 3. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1869. NUMBER 17. ri lilS & REUIII, H"JT Johuittwn, Pa , BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AD ROOK I!IDLR.. M NIJFACTI'RL:RS OF BLANK books, 'poutk-monais. paper boxes and looking q lasses. lacking Glass and Picture Frames always t ti hand, and made to order. A Urge and im-ft coruj '.etc uortmeut of Drawing Room aiid M'sce'.'aneeus Pictures, consisting of CLromw, Paintings in Oil, Steel Plata Ea ravings, PUin and Colored Lithographs, O'l Prints, Photographs and Wood Cuts. This collection embraces a selection of large kize.1 match pictuies of Landscapo and Do mestic Scenes aud Portraits, and 5,000 dif ft'reut varieties of Card Photographs of prom inent n;en, comic and sentimental scenes and copieb of huhject. by celebrated artists. We l ave al.iii a varii-d at-sort merit of BIBLES, riUYTIi. HYMN" and ...

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. — 20 May 1869

CambrlaJFrcemap. TIIUIDAY, : : : MAY 20, 18C9. Democratic Slate Convention. The Democratic Stale OonTfofion for the nomination of crndidates for the offices of Gov ernor aid Judge of the Supreme Court, will meet at 10 o'clock A. M on Wednesday, Jul v 14. 1869, m the Hall of the Douse of Repres entative at Harrisburg-. By order of the Democratic State Committee. WM. A. WALLACE. Chairman. David Caldw&li, Secretary. Meet lug of Democratic Count j Commlttse. The members of the Democratic County Committee of Cambria county, are requested to meet at the Court House in Ebensburg, on Tcesdat, the Stu pat ok Jcxb nkxt, at one o clock, p. m. A general attendances desira ble, as the time for holding the next County Convention will be named and other business of importance to the party will be brought be fore the Committee. II. 1). WOODRUFF, Chairman. Names or MrMBtns or ins Committee. Alleghany.-Joseph Hogne ; Blacklick, John 'erpuson; CnmbrUbor., Dan'l McPeulc; Cam bria twp., Wm. Larimer;...

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. — 20 May 1869

Tiimbrla Freeman. ! V " f EnEXDLRC, PA. l-ksday, : : Mat 20, 1S60. 1 I am A oaudidate for nomination for tfie J1 ,"r.icTvn .vn Ttr.rnii.DFR. mih. twtli decision of the next regular Demo- f fount? Convention. -.uc Colliv t, GEO. W. OAT MAN. j Ebensbarg. My 17, 1869.-tc. Register and recorder. Ik. The friend of the undersigned offer him Tr,ndidte for REGISTER and RECORD IE l of Ciiubria County, subject to the decision 5'.i.-mrain- Detnoormic County Convention. O 11:0 C0 THnVJSVAT.R?iV Cambria City, May 17, JSG9.-tc. CARD. I take Jhls method of an . . a taiiMal perf.nmance of the dut:c of the ,1C(. t siUisfy the people that their confi Jence i.i'.L beeu uiisolaced. I Aly TP-. May 13, 1HS9-St LOCAL AND PERSONAL j five f "-t-sa dog id just now exciting the iiri.iMty fftltfl Pxi people of Huntingdon. J woman in Somerset county, it is said, fas relieved of a eighteen foot tape worm Butlor.gsii.ce. , A va!'.t !wrK Wlongnng to Mr. A. G. frv, of ttifs place, 'lf" down and died" on Saturday ni...

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