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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 June 1869

KELs ;LZEI2CES2EE From the New York Courier. J THE LITEST LITAXT. From meat that is bony ; From Lores without marrow; From coata that are Lob-tailed ; From trout-era too narrow j From a fishwoman'a tongue. Ami from John Itussell Yourjg Libera nos, O Domini! From the prosicg of Cockling, Tho gabllo cf Cr reeley j From the dishwater IiJker Dispenses so froely ; "From hearing npaia The blather of Train Libera nos, Q Domini I From the Treasury Tuns, With its cheating and plunder From Sumner, who peddles Hi3 counterfeit thunder ; From the boiled codfish eyo Of the mountebank, Nj-e Libera nos, 0 Doming ! Fiom trading with Stewart, That shor keeper civil ; .lYOin lifitociu!; to Osgood's Inkhiant drivel ; Fn ra Bellows' cant. And. the Uutders of Grant Libera nos, O Dohtine I From women whose forte is In wcarinthe breeches ; From. Hiss Luj.ao, ilarui Bloorcer, Or any such witthea ; From the tqueaking i f raU, And the ensic of cats Libera nos, O Domine ! Trom" Cameron's cunning ; From Wilson'...

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. — 1 July 1869

JUL 1 4. jpl'IIXE, i:dltor and Fublifclier. FREEMAN WHOM THE TROTH JIAKGS FREE, AND ALL ARB SLATES BESIDE, Ternii, $a per year in advance. VOLUME 3. EBENSBURG, FA., THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1869. NUMBER 23. r II K IS A lSiASG'I8i, And a GOOD THINGJn EBENSBURG. ROYALTY SUPERCEDED J tup "House of Tudor" Surrendered " TO THE SMALL FRY ! jiFAl STOBETsBW GOODS! Kew Inducements! flih Street ! V Lew Prices ! J v IT taken possession of the rooms on TTigb Street, (three doors irotn wenire oireek,; lecentiv occupied by R. H. Tudwr, into which he ha? just introduced a ni:nitnoih assortment of DRY & DRESS GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, &.C., i CunwlU'C " rvcrjiuiNs ......... ....... nj dealer in tins " nee oi nmoer nai ever pretended to keep, and every article of which will be SOLD VERY CHEAT FOR CASH! ORIS EiCllANOI! FOR COUNTRY PCODLCI. NO DEALER KEErS BETTER GOODS ! i 50 DEALER KEEl'S MORK UOUUSI 1 o DKU.ER SELLS CHEAPER! I 0 DEALER SELLS MORE i IKY FRY! THY FhY'.l TRY FRY!!! Buy from Fry ! Bu...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 1 July 1869

Cambria Freeman. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1SG9. Democratic Couufj Ticket. Assembly : Hon. JOHN POKIER. Washington TVp. Register and Recorder : GEO. W. OATMAX, Ebensburg Borough. Treasurer : WILLIAM LINTON. Johnstown Borough. Commissioner : JA1IES NEASON, (Jlea.fied Township. Poor House Director: JOHN LLOCH, Johnstown Borough. Auditor : JOHN II. KENNEDY, Washington Twp. No paper will he issued from this office next week. Cause why, we propose to en y the corning anniversary like other peo ple, and can't do that and put out the Free man iuto the bargain. Oub County Ticket. -We tublhdi the proceedings of the Democratic County Con vent iou and place the ticket at our mast head to-day, but have neither time nor space just now to speak of the nominations in ex tenso. We consider the ticket one of the very best that could have been formed and we feci sure that it will receive as it de serves the united support of the party. TUc Registry Latr, On last Saturday week, Judge Shars wood, one of the Ju...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 1 July 1869

C jiinbria Freeman, SSS ' EnCXSDL'llG PA. Tbuksday, : : s July 1, 18 GO. " LOCAL AND PERSONAL. I te find we nave more Pe "P tnan we f n get in our PaI'ert an(i ad J'Othing will 1 Ten w!h ,ut sPoi!in except the original f!mmunication of "P. Troleura," we have t the liberty of holding it over until our I xt issue. Is that right, friend ? pgjIO. RATIC COUNTY COSVESTION. The n .nun r iiic delegates chosen to represent the 1 w.;in .1 ivf rlt t rif Pinil.i-i ..-.i, n f i t in convention at the Gmrt House in this t 1 O CI"Ch. p. m., on Aliiday, June t lSf.9. Alter the convention ha1 l en to or Iit nv iapt n. u. i uri.u. l',u . i . r . .i .. r .i ! Ch'liW'1" CI 11 V VO'UIIIJ V'JUIIIll.ltc. ILC iui- l,.uin;i nan'" gentlemen presented their lorti'i's and vfP,e Emitted as delegates : LI 1 ' hi-jiv Win A .15. Little, Thos. Ilite. James M. Midler. ft... i -hi k . uii" i'nmt'1' 1 Tp. AIovhus Martz, Wui. Dishnrt. r-imlii I; Dan -M'Peak, John Ryan. ,' iroii to ii Bor lolin Buck, J. C. Easly. ( atr"...

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

I30IL, IT DOWI. BESPECTFPT.LT PKPICATKD ' TO ALL WBITE FOB THJS PAPER. wad Whatever you have to say, my fu'eud, Whether witty, or grave, or pay. Condense as truich as ever yen can. And say it in the readiest way : And whether yr.u write ot rural affairs. Or particular thin jr in town, . Just take a word tf friendly advice Boil it down. - For if yon go to FjruftTing over a pae W lieu a couj le of Hoes would do. Your hu'tt-r. is spread so much, yon see. That the biead looks p!aio!y thruu-h. So when you have a story to tell, And would like a little renovn. To make quite sure of your wish, my friend, Boil it down. When writing an article for the press, Whether proee or verse, j;;st try To uttt-r your thoughts in the fewest words, And lot them be crisp and dry And when it is finished, atid you suppose, It is done exactly brown. Jut look over it again., and then Bil it down- For editors do w t like to print An article lazily long; And the general readars does not care ror a couple 01 yard...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 15 July 1869

. 5 i i - -f g. A. arriKE, Editor and FublUlier. I VOLUME 3.. ViKNTISTKY. The undersigned, jj s.-ra'Uia'O , the F'u- iiPeuUl S ir ...tt, respect J.ll'roSjrs hi? irmees to t!i6 :li;.t'LS 01 J-u- .r ..... In t!ip"roLttTH Uondat of each month, to re- :lm:" atid Ticumy, wmcu piaco no win ytni iu!! : . ... i . t t . . .. feuin one week. PR.H.B. MILLER, 1 Altoona, Pa., .OperatiVe and Mechanical DENTIST. Office reniceJ to Virginia street, opposite &c Lutlier in church. Persons from Cambria flo;int. or elsewhere who get work dorje by me to the 'amount of Tea Dollars and upward, will ,J:1ve the railroad fare deducted from their bills. All wot amantied. J aa. 21, ie69.-tf. VI. ! W. ZIKGLER, Surgeon Den- A-' tit, will visit hhensb iv pro. fc-sionxlly on the SECOND Mox t ot eui montti, sua remain wtek, during which time he 0 lie found at the Mountain House. it Greeth extracted without puin by the om tl .Nitrite Oxide, or Laughing Gas. TAMES J. OATMAN, 31. D., V tenders his professional serv...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 15 July 1869

Cambria Frcciiuio. THLTHSDAY, t : : JULY 15, 1869. Democratic Co unit Nominations, Assembly : Hon. JOHN rOKTER. Washington Twp. lle'istcr and Recorder : GEO. "W. OATMAN, Kbeofcburg Borough. Treasurer : WILLIAM IJKTOX, Johnstown Borongh. Commissioner : JA1IES JE. NEASON, Clearfk.l Township. Poor House Director : JOHN ELOCII, Johobtowa Borough. Auditor: JOHN II. KENNEDY, Wellington Tup. Tue Democratic Stata Convention asbeui tltB in IlarriSburg to-day, (Wednesday,) anJ next week we bhallgive the proceedings in full, as well as announce the names of the canduLuos anil speak of their claims ed itorially. Our county ticket shall receive attention at the same time. Tjik Democratic State Convention of Ohio, which met last week at (Jul um bus, nomina ted Gen. William S. Boieiranz as its candi date for Governor. This 6 unquestionably a strong nomination, arid one eminently fit to be made. It signifies that there will be "political thunder all around," in that State on the second Tuesday of O...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 15 July 1869

Cambria Freeman. EBEXSIIL'KG, IA. TiU"KSrAY, : : : JULY iu, ISO'J. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Lines to Alice A." will appear on the rst page ot our next issue. " cnake was caught a few days ago try. in; to uiiifc a cow belonging to a farmer in inking Valley, Blair county. TU correspondence of "Velo C. Pede" did j:-t reach us until Tuesday night too late forinsurtiou. Hoie ha will come soon again, however. Mesrrs. Sih'ey & Stoops, Pittsburgh, want aa cueiJjetic man in this county to run a wen and sell the celebrated Ilowe Sewing JI itliine. ant er liberal compensation. ice card. ilr. Thomas V. Michaels, of Wilmore, iri U't-n appointed tsealer of weight aud o"as:i!-es for this county, a position he at t'r'e time helJ, in place of llr. Henry Krat zer. resisted. A raUleuake measuring four and a half feet iii Icij tli and one foot around the body, ad sporting eleven rattles, was killed under tli'e kitcheu steps of a house in Fulton coun ty not l"Pg tiiiCe- " A hAt'e 'r' nftme( Jennie Miller...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 15 July 1869

iSUilM-!-1 J,MJW JS-'U.-Smi ! ISVi-i A TOUCHING 1XCIDEXT. Wc have never read a more tcuchin;: incident that the following which occurred a short time since in one of the French courts. The nobility of the brother and the affectionate faith of the sister, are examples to be followed by the unfor tunate youth of our own country, and an evidence, however dark the day, that an honest heart and a firm resolve will over come the greatest obstacles. A French paper says that Lucille Rou en, a pretty girt, with blue eyes and fair hnir, poorly but neatly clad, wa9 brought before the Sixth Court of Correction un der the cl-argo of vagrancy. "Does any one claim you ?" asked the magistrate. "Oh I my good pir," said she, "I have no longer any friend ; my father and mother arc dead, and I have only my brother James ; but he is as young as I am. O, sir, what caD you do for me?", "The court must send you to the house cf correction." - "Here I am, siiter, here I am, do not fear," cried a childit.Ii v...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 22 July 1869

: u. a. M'FIKE, Editor and Publisher. HH 18 A FIIKEJIAN WHOM THE XBCTH SIAXCKS FREE, AWD ALL ARE SLATES BEIIDE, Termi, $2 per year in advance. VOLUME 3. ebensburg, pa., Thursday, july 22, 1869. NUMBER 25. ' . y- " ' f IIP WW b I LEI .I III I I . i I Y I t f V Jl I Original jotlrj.. Written for the Cambrii Freeman. TO a lick: a . BT A . yi.m the vision-veil of even FHa around the dreary earth, Wheu uplifts the vault of Heaven, Ucur ibo minstrel heart of mirth. 'ir thy lore, oh! gentle Alice, And thif heart with transport bonn4a; BiTTia was the parting c'lalice few t it tlie home returning rounds. JU1 'tis now niethinks I'm sailing Sweetly on Life's waters clear, .A t;d nJo:ih' its shores euhaling Tbe rich perfumed joys so dear. Or. more like, near Hope's fair island, Mo-jrcd 'a the shallop of my lovo, And as fair as yonder fcky-land Hopes of peace, borue from above! Colts, flutcjjts, nrtbofes, c. LOVE IN A SAW-WILL. About fourteen months ago I was em ploye J as head sawyer in a steam...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 22 July 1869

Mi -.nr,--r'''r.,c.r yesk, aud read. The name cf Daniel M. lx was withdrawn. The Secretary, then called J.he rail, and the following waa announced as the firrt Lai lot : Taiker , t'J ; Cass 43 : liana k ; i ; McCandU?s3 5. Ccn.'Ic(inik'.-, ,u.J was withdrawn 'before proceeding to f be s cond ballot, which retulu-d us follows: Packer jS ; Cass 47; Hancock 10. Asa i'ackcr, having ;v majority of the votes cast, was de clared duly nominated. Mr. Petrikiu stated that there had been one hundred and thirty-four votes cast, one vote mora than" the total number of dele gates. This announcement created "intense confusion and excitement. Mr. Petri!; in moved fr a second billut, which was seconded by Mr. Hughes. Air. Mulligan laid he was a friend of Gen. Cass all through, but be believed Judge Packer was fairly nominated, and moved that he ba declared the unanimous choice of the Convention. Mr. Hughes favored another ballot. lie wanted the Convention to go before the peo ple with a fair record,...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 22 July 1869

H-JLL I III II II I HllWIim II I Cambria Freeman. I TuL-may, : : : Jlly 22, 1869. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. heavy w:ul stoini of Friday last is fnrxi.lf mhlfl iLimflirp to to li.v.e in""- ; o- crops ami other property m portions .liiutriiin 11 mi adj nniug townships, but ). it extent we have not occn auie to I t.i ' I '"iittlo s n of William Thompson, near I li.'irili (Jrss Roads, Westmoreland coun I ."J i 'f.l about thirU-on 3 ears, was struck on I ' jl.ul hy a vicious Lorse a few days since, j ' ' j h0 severely injured that be surviv t '"iVut a h-w hours. r lt(.H.n:a correspondent says that it is I ; curp'i.tly rt-ported ami generally believed i!. t our Vatiioiic friends there intend holJ 1 uiLtli'-r pic-nic about the middle of I j'-'U-t w liieh willle the last and doubt I ; .'!"'tC beet f the season. I " "V 'I'.k first of the resent month Sir. J. 5 .--iVlhis-ioi) resigned the position of Depn i -' ' ' . v ,,f this cour.tv to accent a situa- LI - ;t i ill - - " Vr J-m"'s - u' was aPr'nt...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 22 July 1869

J14L 1 I v" "II tell you oF an advent a re I had .I!, when I and Seth - Heard were : upon Ihe south branch of th3 Ye!-v-. :t. T.-3 away up, where the prairies fo 'jrond and long that they seem to v. iiiieut end; 'twas uo there, boys. .t. I came the nearest of losing my 6c;i!p th.st I ever did in my lifo, aud this was v,ay that it cams about. You see that Seth and I did a little bit of business besides trapping, up in them pwrts that lime. Before we started, said Seth, pays he "Abel, we can pet skins "better than wc can catch ''em, and a tnnial Bight easier, by buying them of the red skins ; we can get 'em for a song ; eo let us buy a lot of notions and go out on the prairie and set up a shop." "Agreed," says I, "only Ieti9 go be ysnd most people that trade with the var mints." "Well, we" bought a little of everything to tickle the Injuns with, and off" we f tai ted and set up a shop on the prairie. This was 'long in November, and for a time we did a smashing business among the heath...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 July 1869

JUL ! t:. t. TltLi:, Fditor and 1-ubIUJicr. IlIS 13 A FUKE31AN WI103I THE TUCTII MAKES FREE, ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDB, Terms, 2 per year In advance. VOLUME 3. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1869. NUMBER 26. j,"0K THE CAMPAIGN OF 1S63. fll wm msam T,ie (;i,-t t'lita.pes Urmocrutlc juUinI 1 I'tuiuylvaula. Greatly Reduced Club Hates. uVcr.l aMhe C. L o i tli lot lowing rery low C L o r K A 1 L a one year,. S 2C0 live Ten T-p::tv Thirty Y-.r.v ' !MK) ' 17.0.) 32.00 45.00 to one address, fid. 00 I..'--'' ... ... . . .. . .SO. 00 Tl:t' riKiv la'eingencer wi.i ue manea to s'lij-nibPr tlirr'Ut;1i"iU the Gubernatorial tv-;,.;n tor FIFTY CENTS. To 'lobs of t rtM.t'v-'ive, or more, for FOIITY CENTS. S-.p.J ;br specimen copies. THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER The I .'Jv Inulligci.ccr is real by mail for $5 a year. TO ADVE11TISERS. T!: Iv.icliigt ncer is th bet advertising me i -.ai iu Central Pennsylvania, KtrEClALLY for Ki.AL t-lATK, Aii 1re.- II. H. SMITH i CO., Publisher. Lancaster, 1a. jii'v 15, !...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 July 1869

L Cambria Freeman. TUUltSDAY, : : : JULY 29, 18C9. Democratic State and County Ticket. Tor Governor : II ON. ASA 1' ACKER, OF CABBON COCNTY. Tor Judge of t?ie Supreme Court : HON. CYRUS I l'EKSHING, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. Assembly: Uos. JOHN POUTER. Washington Twp. lirgister and Recorder : GEO. W. OAT-MAN. Ebeusburg Borough, j Treasurer : WILLIAM LINTON, Johnstown Borough. Commissioner: JA1IES E. NEASON. Cleat fiel Township Poor House Director: JOHN r.LOCH. Johnstown Borough. Auditor : ANTHONY ANNA, Chest Township. Geary and Fort Delaware, No official act of John W. Geary ought to fciuk him so deep iu public estimation as liia attempt, in October, 1867, to procure a fraudulent and illegal vote of the United States KulJierH stationed at Fort Delaware, a few miles btlow Philadelphia. It took place just nine months after his inaugura iton, and was tbo boldest and most unblush ing attempt 'o perpetrate a fraud oc the billot box that has ever occurred in this or perhaps any other State. For ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 July 1869

f EBEXSiicrncf, ia. t-BSDAT, : : ' Jclt 29, 1869. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. mrssucno and Ckessom Railkoaix i-Oo IllI BIl'I nvy... , -j this road win run as nmows ; 1 - id a m.. connecting witn rnuadt ipn.a ' TTm ... .. . i - "n v.. connecting with Mail Train i l.' ,,. ( I, urn I'.iurrai Hiitm ' t'.and conveying passengers for Em I i-rrati't Train West. jrran .10 P M.. connecting with l'hila. Ex- East nd Mail Train West. pre T ' TE CiltOS "Q a. M.. or on departure of Pittsburgh Express West. , ooo, p-- or on eParture f Hail Train East- j ti,;i. w f press East. rrThe time of departure of the morning . iu b as above given on all dayssx i Vn''y. when the train will leave at ft i M in order to connect with the Day" Ijn'rss at, tbe Southern Express not run $ cq that morning- 1 ,Ve bave tie list of jurors in type, but the ImHire upon our columns has compelled us 1 t'w its rublicatiifl for one more week. 1 A sou of G. G. Bums, of Bedford county. ' Litteu by copperhead snake on Suu Jy week, and t ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 July 1869

Railroads In tlic far ITcst. The following letter was received by j Jay Cooke & (Joi from W. Mdr.or Kob- j erts, a prominent civil engineer, am! one j of the commission sent out by Jny Cooke & Co. to examine a route for the fsortii- ; ern INcific Kailroad Company eastward j from l'uget Sound. In pushing over the i Union Pacific Railroad, he makes the fd- ! lowing flattering rcpoi t : j Salt Lake City, June 18, 1SG0 Messrs. i Jjy Cooke fc Co. Gentlemen : We arrived ! here yesterday morning by stage, twei.ty eight miles from the railroad station 4,Deso- ret. cri!tnea trciliy we !i!t Omaha tj Wintah," after a prominent range of sr.o-.v mountains, in sight of which we were i. early all day of tLo IGth. The view of these pnow-clad summits, standing at an elevation cl eleven or twelve thousand feet above the tea. is both beHUti-.'l and grand. nii'road from Omaha to Cheyenne, 616 miies, is equal, in all respects, to the best of our first-class Eastern roads, and su perior to most o...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 August 1869

--r i- ' . :-:.'.w.i.l,ir..--X!S.w. s A . v vjs ;v-i Ej'i f if if' fif'iff' 4- o ' U. t. M'PIKE, Editor and rublidier. HK IS A PHKEMAS WHOM Tlir. TRUTH FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVE BESIDE. Terms, a xer year In art :: VOL 3. E B E N S BURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1869. NUMBER p STATE OF IGNATIUS ADAMS, j J -y va?p Notice of Rule on the ITeis-s ! i.e. i! Keprcscntatives of I;iiat:uj Ad.irus, c"' r:.;'ii!M A COUNTY, ss The Cowmen-o.l-l; "i l'f!;n Ivani.a to Joseph t'riste, Gr.ar ;; ,,. ! Kiiz" Kjle ntnl Guardian pro hac vice f.jr Vi'..;.!i'i--! ami Thomas Ii ei! !y and tor Jane i.i M.C L. A (''isi!, Mat'icw M. Adam., Mary 'I , i.u nH'riy M.irv Keilly,) now residing iir'.j,M -s.h, I'., l'ridsret nnd John Iteilly, r '.o -;..!.! Jo.:: nv re-iiirtr ;n Clearfield coeti tv Pa..) K'nami Adams, .lr, (present resi ,'.,.'!! r.r.v:'.'."n'".) heirs lrg.il rcpro.-eiiT.i- ct ...m Adams, late of Wiid.ingtt n toVii,..'''r- county, dccespe-J : You and cvnv if yi'i: :"e l'-ft!'v cited to be mid appear f t'...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 August 1869

Ctimbria Freeman. THURSDAY, AUG. 5, 18G9 Democratic State and County Ticket. For Governor : HON. ASA I'ACKEK, OF CAKBON COUKTV. .For Judge of the Supreme Court : HON. CVKUS L. PERSHING, Or CAMUHIA COUNTY. Axscmblu : Hun. JOHN rOKTEJl, Washington Twp. Register and Recorder : GLO. W. U ATM AN. Ebensburg Borough. Treasurer : "WILLIAM LINTON. Johnstown Borough. Com missioner : JAJ1ES E NEASON, Oleaified Township Poor House Director : JOHN L'LOCTI, Johnstown Borough. Auditor : ANTHONY ANNA, Chest Township. Meeting of tlie Democratic State Central Committee, A mectine of the Democratic State Cen tral Committee will be held in the city of Harrisburg, on Wednesday, the 11th day of Augu:,t, at 3 o'clock, p. ru., fur the purpose of organizing. WILLIAM MUTCIILER, Chairman. Philauei.phia, July 31, 18C9. rackcr'n and Pershing's Letters. In this week' paper will be found Judge Packer's and Mr. Pershing's letters accept ing the nominations tendered them by the ate Democratic State Convention. The ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 August 1869

JUL 1 f 'r ' i mn ii mm n i 1 1 i i n m Cambria Freeman. ; ; ; AuG 5-18C9- fLOCAL "AND PERSONAL. i ; uhsm'S said, "Young Man ! study 1 .' v ,u are young." We ad vise all young ti get an education. oi can go, i '" :' v'ur time and money at the State . ,1 School at Ldiuboro than at any ,titutivn known to us, t i er ids c w Peed" have been left for record at ' , ..(T?,-r. Purina the tiat week ' we hve concluded not to publieh them . vt issue. t:.t.Iour , TTnllidavsburff. father i.C,i Vm. Piper. f Fla,ce V ' -YWv injured, weeK oeiore last, uy f ? wfc..J by one of his horses. er2,, we're dc-emed ess-ential to the comfort 1 ,f our citizens on mursaay ana i T.'Lt which were certainly raw and fotish fur Nov Jovember instead of July. Holtzner. charged with being Pn. k5,tinzof Philip Phalon ; Cu-f..re Judge Taylor on a writ r,(llU, on Monday last, and releas S & IUtzucr the al!eged pri ed prtn- W e which IToltzner is mid to tP'ed I'hiK-n. in Susquehanna town "Ttvo "ks ago, has recently be...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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