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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 April 1870

JU , - - fc.-- r-'y-. -.rcjiis. H'ist JsiT isj' jssl xss Lisa KM3r.yS-Trv v OA :MT Bj1j L L ""S Go where you will, you'll gi your 11 of taod ffa tin rnni grace 4 - .--, r Out U!e &oy Jert theic toys to put on tnanly i e ; W1:S ad mowtache they cvt a oas'i, gQ la for d!iiptiOTV Witv q .i'xzsh. glas thoy eye each Rkaistbia Ki-ing Generation. Wten not sixteen they "te often seen upon tome midnight frolic ; They wink their eye and wiggle by like an eel that's got 1 lie colic ; Oft in . 6bl at dead of night",' &ey "re drigg&l rtT tn h atatihn - - Pop wiil pay the fine next day for the Rising ! tenecatioa. ..-.-. ,' .fl ' Their Ma's we'd thank if they would spank those naughty little friskers, Cr take the dears and box their ears, or pull ' their little whiskers. -Put no, they say, our boys are gay, a pattern lor the natioa ; " . ' They are our pride, so let tbem slide, this Rising Generation. Ar J then the girl with flowing curie raised en tha head of othtTJ, j 3 ;' Each" oT;...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 April 1870

.... , ; 31'I'IEiE, Fdltor and 1'ubIUlier. UK IS A FBEEMAS THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL AUK SLAVES BESIDE, Terms, per eur iu advance, OLUME 4. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1870. NUMBER 13. T i P'I'KIS A M P B E L L ' S BEE. HIVE. i 'i l! HO Mil!" revureu lenem jj:iirn e,-"-.Vi Mies. dated December 1 I, ISC), 'l '" ... '.n t Krt t-nn if rnrt inn nf Hiia r.,r.ritveuiviii " - "'jt.;ainis f r bis invention advantages !,'.Jj fcv no other heretofore patented, 'jti-.ia! feature of this Bee Hive is the '''",'iut bj means of which it is thorough-v'-ed, thu precluding the possibility of "".'siutheiinj;. 'he corr.b moulding or the ! : . This de-tit able end is aecom- jta vertical pet for.teUtuoe, running J'ihroUf:ti the hive and open at the top ''-n. All persons interested iu npicul ,';i"at"oitce see the great advantages i t..li 'ttiT'rovment. The veutilator is -.iJcreof , . : t t'ue arrangement oi me inner com brtbv it can be cleaned at anv nt disturbing the bees, is another . in-. i ...

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. — 21 April 1870

JU Cambria Freeman. EBEKSDIIRG, PA. Thursday Mornwo, : Aran. 21, 1870. Tub Advektisebs' Gazette, iasued by G. T. Rowell & Co.. No. 40 Park Row, N. Y., cotitains much information not to be obtained elsewhere. Every advertiser should read it. Sample copies by mail for 16 cents. Thk bill restoring the Spring Elections failed to pass the Legislature, as did also the bill increasing the number of Judges of the Supreme Court. We have seen it stated in several of our exchanges, that the law pro viding for the payment of a premium on fox scalps has been repealed. We cannot ay whether such' b the fact. Until the publication, soon to take place, of the pam phlet containing the general laws, it is im possible to tell wha; laws of a general char acter rtally did pat. Gen. Ai-ConK, the Radical Governor of HisH.-.iip.i, has sent a message to the Leg islature of that State recommending the passage of a law establishing separate schools for negro children. Can such a distinction on account of c...

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. — 21 April 1870

LU- 1 fiiiria Freeman. KdaV, : :: APRIL 21, 1870. I : "'"jdftcr Mosdat, Nov. .14, 1869, ' w tUs road" ruu aB Allows: r.I T m. connecting with Southern m connoting with Phila. Ex- &s't and Mail Train West. JFT ' ... .n !rarture of Pittsburgh A " D- . U'er.. M., or on departure of Mail Train La Duces or Ue Haven & K f nth TbirJ Street, Philadelpia. Bro uih Tb at 8 i ...:( i a mm . e- of ;hi H I'Z .. '64 'lii, '65, new.. . . 1,7 ' .. Cx, S',,l0 49. 30 Yar 6 per cent mini?: i095lioa3i ii'i mow i in it iOi;i;ioi 19 i lOet 1 10 Cur'y. ;.-fc R K. IstM. AtondsM5 55 XiSeR.B. S915 95 piC;5c Land Grnut Bond', ; .33 745 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. sil I'KCNINOS AND PfcNCII.nGS -..I... i i ..r r tenlijO li inviieu iu iu - j-t. Jimwc, bo ha recently located at -- .. 1.1 T . . iiw log recently roueu over joung ah sf JseDBr, Somerset county , aud broko ' ;,r bone and cvera! riba. nunc man in Bedlord county named E. Oilman killed thirty-three pigeon ttihow not many day agu. l Shueinaker t Co. have &...

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. — 21 April 1870

Li ITaKiTrSd HISTORICAL SX$TC3. ' -j AM Ao lotting Vistcrie! article-byv Btr "William r.i.-o Steveua, publwhe.l m te MaonTa Afjgastnr. in 1841. giving :o ! conut of tlw firat iatrodtctioo .of tobacco ioto rTiiglarKj". It is?n account 'of the Ttrst -E8glmh Voye toTirginia. made in thejer--16S'by.-CaptiM Arnadua and Barlow, at the chanre and t.uderjhe ,au- : r o: Walter Ti.Alei?h.T " - Andersonin his "History ofrCotr.merce," ays tey took home with them some tobac co. tho fit liat was ever wen ; England: Bat this is wronns. as in Stop's Chrcmc.c it ii stated that Sir Jolwv Hawkins carried it thither in the Tear 1565, fen H.as th.en consideied as a mere dm, and the Chronicle tells us all men wondered what it mei.nt. This account of Stowe is confirmed by Ha kinvt, who in his narrative of the voyage of Sir'john Hawkins, in 1565, thus speaks of the .'article- observed by: that ,c viator among ice PloVhU Indians : --The Fluids acs. when they travel have a kind of herb dried, which, with a c...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 April 1870

A SinKC, Editor and Publisher. hb is a prbeman whom the troth makes free, ako am, are uteS beside, - Tms MT . - - . . , . -. Terms, $2 per year In advance. bLUME 4 EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1870. NUMB ER -T4 b. SPRING. 1870. ' . ,..1 4-.-. fT J m now pn-piwtu w unci rpERlOR INDUCEMENTS TO CS POKCITASKRS OF ! aRT-nnW ft CHFPF.R Mil EITHER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. lxi consists in part of every variety of Tin, Sheet-Iron, rrR AND BRASS WARES, ESAMKI.I.KD AND l'l.AIN aucepans. boilers &c , is' IjOL'SF. FURNISHING HARD "VACE OF EVERY KIND. F prat 'a Anli-Ouit Tii; and COOKIMi STOVES, KELS1UR COOKISG S'JVVES. LE 'I'lUUMTH am. PA If LO It COUK- ' ISO STOVES, iir.y Cocking Stove desired I will get a orJerrd at manufacturer's prices. ttove I'lates aiul Grates, &c, fur re- on fur '.he Stoves I sell ; others e ordered when wanted. Particular attftition given to :uting, Valleys and Conductors, f which will be made out of best mato- L, and put up by competent workmen. sp Burners...

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. — 28 April 1870

JU i JSneijl , Cumbria Freeman, EDEKSBVIIG, PA. Tucrsdat Mokklso, Aran. 28, 1870. A OOJ.oaKD STATRSVaN who assists lo IE4 ktot; Uwt fur the trAite fro of Mississippi, answers to the sweet sounding name of FFAiu& Simmons, when the roll of the Bobm U called by tbe clerk. Jcdox WoorwiiD has publicly announced tbat he will not be t candidate tor re-election to Congress from the Luzerne district. Be la gentleman of great ability, tad of anblemlshed personal character two qual ifications not possessed bj many of tbe men who now make oar law. Whin Judge Woodward retiree from Congress, Pennsyl vania will loa ber foremost representative. AluaT0 Cotoos bas published a lorg aod aelf-glorifying letter. In which be retj forth direr weigbty reasons why he cannot and will not again be a candidate for Con gress. Ho man in tbe United States, cot Yft excepting that prince of fools and dem agog oe, Qeorge Train, CTer compressed in the space as ranch loyalty, bombast, egotism and nonsense as baa th...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 April 1870

Freeman. j AFBIL 28, 1870. rPMctt or De Havxk & Bbo.. ?Third Street. Pbiladelpia. at 8 111 111 lOb lOCiZ 112 112 W 19 JO Tw 6 fer cent ... VnlM... Cur'y. Coop- 108 110 tfe R h. 1st M. Bonds' VM1 860 925 760 ...915 LOCAL AND PERSONAL, . t FkCKINQ AND FENCILIHCB. tort in this Tlciwity don't leem to know ?. in bs ne-er been repealed. t;;obody trll tbemT rnfflhii been appointed a poll, T, . ... .rd of Ebensburg borouch. itoen H find theT hrI1 Horn too -.Shank's bouse, in White township. "d isd P'li J W" th COtiflfeTtIon -rone wuauug (.1 " ... i ftut lor noiucr wivipu "i ivvu .imtll bnr of tawdutt picked op on . j at- 1 ' vrr( dettroied by fire on Friday night I"'' Ion. t2U.0M insurance. $5,000. . .fitood tbut thirty tbouaanil tone or flirts iU & forwarded thli i en son Umiowd via Erie toDu'uih. to be used L eoMtiuctlon of the Northern Pacific f'' i e. .!!?...' T?.if.. ... - .ibtto !odtd Id the Someret jail on a ",j inxalt nd battery with intent to fpaiiule gt near Confluence in ...

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. — 28 April 1870

J Li HoWtJlassTaper-VVeTghts are Made. Every one knows these' paper-weights of oliAeoJ4e6 glaes in bernW;pheriail.iLapo-j n the centre of- whtch are boquets, portraits. andTevehwntches and tworhetels, &cT, but few persons knov Ijqw.or by what means thrse things aro incarcerated in the centre of the glass. - There is a trreat'cTsfinction to be made. not merely between the objects, bnt also-i between the materials ot - wbich they are composed. As those representing flowers and ioquet4 id a glass, those from which the name is derived are the most ancient and the best knewn," we wflLb?gTn" wUhtheaf. The first thinf to be done is to sort and arrange ft certain quantity of email glass tabes of different colors in the cavities of a thick molten disc. disptifciDgtbem accord ing to the object to be represented. This done the tubes are closed between two lay er ef gUesj to do this they begin by plabiig on one side of the disc which contains the tubes a layer of crystal to which the tubes ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 May 1870

- -.- - - i -f iii i i ii i - mm i i i- 'I n i ... 1 ' l ! " " A JITIKE, Editor and Publisher HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES PUKE, AND ALL ARE SUVES DfiSlDE. Terms, $2 per year lu advance. bLUME 4. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1870. -NUMBER 15- flEEI FIRE!! FIRE!! i ..i-ir tii it hihrtipn o OYOUntAn irmi, nnrmrri r a!D ABB TOW PRKPARED TO 3EY THE SUMMONS! .'4toj re not, unless you have been to miff's Clothing Store, fitd bure bought one of those superb BEM AX'S COATS, w0 tou warm and dry. Wolff makes , it from $ IS to $30, and any other gar , T0.j ant you can hare made to order at ;t notice. VXO FIT, A'0 CHARGE! rgT7F has just returned from the East, "and his READV MADE IRTMIilXT J asaurinient. and altogether ihe west plea.'itg assortment or 1J1 ER DISPLAYED IN ALTOONA. fwimrreto tle finest Heaver all ize. VjrFull Suit of Clotbinff at Irom ?"0 to $30. . . . 1 1 . All I"" . . i from SI.w 10 eeia irom tw cema i5. A'30, a peneial raricty of j lfiTT:TUJ Fr VITHiAjISHIiVI lilHI...

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. — 5 May 1870

.H-'.;tJ-. mma2i. incH-i.vy Morkino, : : Ma 5, 1870. T&OPK j our BOhficriW"wb ro entitled to tbe American Stock Jjtcrnatt and have oot yt received it, will plea ttcrtify tts of tbc feci without 6kj. titber through the r mlasneda of tbo publisher of tbe JipurnaZ, or tfce?r failure to receir all the names forward ed by us, several mistakes have occurred, an3 these we wish to rectify at once. ' In Ma letter declining to be again a can didate for Congress, John Covode, in enu merating his ruany personal and political distinctions, boasts that he is justly entitled to tbe honor of being called the father of the House. If thU were true in a physical sense, theu It could be truly affirmed, thst, in all the mental attributes of Covorle, hi ' Coiv gresunal progeny evince unmistakable evi dence of their illustrious paternity. Ths Hon. William Moxtgomibt died at his residence in Washington, in this Sfate, on last Thursday. Ma. Montgomery was a lawyer of high standing, and was one of the mo...

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. — 5 May 1870

Sbria Freeman 77: : MAY S, 1870. De Ha VEN & Bro., ,h Third Street, Phi Uto D "... o 1B70 ladeipia, at B 'ill f itl .1111 V,;J 1XV$ I T I A l ' "Wi 6 i ' 65, '65, ne. 67. " bs, vliVpe'r'eent.' Cu'r'y, 114 . I I4X 114 112! 10 I H2 lOd 1)0 K.lVtM. Bond S70 9'25 770 PPO 935 17B0 Pc lie K . B ' - t .- ijpi.t Bond. -iac jBCK1 after MosdaT, May 2, 1870, 'tfci road will run as follows : . eK3BL'BO j,., coouecting with Southern ,,ea East aud Pittsburgh Exprets 7 connecting with Phila. Ex .t and Mall Train West. H., or on departure oi xttsourgn aWest. i., or on departure of Mail Train LOCAL AND PERSONAL. a n-XKISGS AND Pekciungs 3 ire ectit'.ed t the Sicck Journal, t n-t jet received it, ate notice un rtiNirial Lead. jjjj of the Knights of Pythias was es i:a tLis pluceon Tuesday afternoon tsicuof thin week. .W.Z-igler will be at.'tbe Mountain ;ext week, ready tojperiorm dental , "a for ali person needing and deair- . (i.rvices. iiuaLiua of builders, contractors and i invited to the "Slat...

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. — 5 May 1870

. y.'.. en 7f o ;vr rT- r -ir--v U-;te John's Bkak Itttt. A Jew ish missionary was once making inquiries in Kussiii about the method of catching bears in that country. Ilia information told bim that to entrap these formidable and ravenous creatures a pit waa dug sev eral feet deep, and after covering it with t jrf leaves, etc, some food waa placed on the top. The bears, if tempted by the bait, easily fall into the snare; "but," he added, "if four or five they happeu to get out again.' 'How ta that V asked the missionary. "They form a sort of ladder by step ping on ench other's shoulders and (bus make their escape." "Hot how does the bottom one get - out !' asked th missionary. "Ah, these bears, though not posses sing a mind and soul such as God has endowed us with, yet can feel gratitude, and they won't forget the one who has been the chief means of procuring their liberty. Scampering off they fetch a branch of a tree, which they let down to their brother, enabling bim to speedily j...

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. — 12 May 1870

. . 5. o . 4 ji'PlRE, Edltdr'nnd Publisher. HK .ls A PREKMAS WHOM THE TRUTH: MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE, Terms, $2 per year in advauce OLUME 4. EBENSBURG, PA:,. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1S70. NUMBER 16. If WMM iff iff Mr tW flVI X X - A. X A A. ft v . . AJS"- W V.C"KVtFv JtWvt fV-3es'T. i -w 44 4 Ml v I arr now prc('iiitru m win SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS Ti CASH rXliCtiASiMi ur nnim pi VITHF.lt AT VIIOLESALK Oil RETAIL. ock consists iu part of every variety of Tin, Slieef-Iron, WEIt AND BRASS WARES, liNAMKl.I-KU ASP 1'I.AIN tihtito trTT rno c. . i tin K-rnivo. cuiuiiitia .u . ;, SHOVELS. Til INK LAMPS, OIL HOl'SLTURNlSIllNC- H ARD- WAKE OF EVERY KIND. prai'a Anli-Dnst EATING and COOKING STOVES, rXCFLSWR CVUKIAU SJljytS. ''KITMPH and PARLOR COOK ING STOVES, '. arv Cooking Stove desired I will get n Milt ed at manufacturer's prices. JStive 1'lafes ar.d Grates, &c, for re ts, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; others :l be entered when wanted. Particular attention gjveu to routing, Val...

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. — 12 May 1870

Cambria Freeman. - EDBSDVIIG, PA. TiiciiSDAr Morning, : May 12, 1870. , Geary at "Sweet Sixteen." When the negroes of Harrisburg celebrated tLe ratification of the fifteenth amendment, John W. Ocarjr was invited to address them. As it is the easiest thing in the world for a natural orator like Geary to make a speech on any given subject, of course he complied with the request of his new political allies, and, among other straDge and wonderful things, gave utterance to the following : "I do not and never did consider it disgrace ful to say 1 was mi abolitionists, although 1 was sixteeu years of age before I ariived at that point. And now how grateful to my heart is it that during my life, from sixteen earsof age to the present time, I have never hesitated to give my voice and riht band," etc. We have always known, since Geary be came Governor, that his reputation for truth among his political friends who have had access to the executive chamber, has been at a ruinous discoun t- But t...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 May 1870

ybriailrccinan. MAY 13, 1870. L-i;SDAV, : AX01XCEMEXTS. ir nrn WAK HORSE READY 1'''' V,,c r Mr UGN. To the Democratic Wr''11 1 ri,iOn,ut!i.OUl Silver Grey John fS"?r h -"if SHERI KK, sub- " I haveliveu A jmni in v miliu m vrtit'""; , ' never In-fore at-ked for an of-'-K nuk and SuaW HUM!" is my 1""lt JOHN ORNEK. :itvilMy0.-3t. ii'NTY COMMISSIONER. At .imitation of many friends. I hereby """J 1 JI a candidate for COUNTY COM- - f-i siiljeet to the decision or the Win- f . . Mnvcntio" Ol lanu'lia "I lo F r J fhelU-nineratie voter of said coun l:!l'h. .ver other milliner expressed. If lu an.! l.-.-t.-.i. 1 pledge myself to per- 1 111-! OI lite JWlMllOll IllllH.-F.il, mill lu f invahility. keeping ever in view the juuftuew i PATRICK SMITH. urvp.Muyl-.1-1'- "c utj, Third Street, Philadelpia. at 3 Vk.r. m-.M' 9 1870 : ",ul '. ; i lr.t1' i isi' r tiua iiu L'Kcific K K. lstM.Boudi l pcfic R. R 1 935 765 'nP.cific Laud Grai.t Bond-,,.S5 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . . I. ll.?lilr, mi ruliidiitlikniil...

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. — 12 May 1870

JLj - I A XEW BIT OF HISTORY,' " ... M M - VrStridkins. the librarian of the Masa ;h t:tw JJ'storica'. S toiftv. io pyerbauling ' chest of tld paper's' de-.iosited in the ar cbivea of. that body by the ' late Robert Oreepleaf, of Jlalden,' has 'recently made a curious .discovery which has espegial i'tter est for 4he people af. Pennsylvania.: 4rrftng these papers wasone of ancient date which bore this endorsement: Ye scheme to bagge PenrttV This curious title attracted the attentiori'of Mr.-Jtidkins. and he examined the contents of the document with morelhan common interest. mIt is in the quaint' band writing of the Rev (Cotton' Mather, and is addressed to '-Ye aged and beloved Mr. Jon Higginson." It boars, date,. September e 15th, 1682." and rmd thus. Uje odd spell icg of the original being followed to the let ter : " " ' ' ' ' :" "There bee now at sea a.shippe (for our friend. Mr. Esaias Ilolcroft of London did ad vise me by the last, packet that it wo'dejsnil some tiir.c in Atfgr....

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. — 19 May 1870

A jiTlKE, Editor and PublUlicr. nE IS A FREEMAN WUOM THE TRUTH MARES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $2 per year In ndranr 0LUME 4. EBENSBXJRG, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1870. NUMBER 17 CTlRE! II RE! I FIIIE1I Q YOU HEAR THAT, FIREMEN? ASD ARE IOV PRKPARED TO UcY THE SUMMONS! n .TOa are not, unless you have been to Volff's Clothing Store, rd hsve bought or.e of those 6iiperb ! p. E H A'S ! O A T S , . iM tou wnim nnd ry. Woiff makes B, from $1 to 5-0, ami any oilier ear ,r,i toii want you can Imve made to cider at rt notice. rjyO FIT. NO CHARGE! WOLFF has ift returned from the East, ml his READY MADE LQTBING DEPABT.MEKT ,fon!ins the largest assortment, the most :eJ assortment, and altogether ibe most ple.inirp assortment of EVER riSrLAYED IN ALTOOXA. rr-oVKUCOATS, from the lowest pi iced imere to the finest Beaver all sizes. g"Yil Sitit-:ot Clothme st from $9 to $30. .f from $1.51' to Vests from 73 cents t'i. A 'so. a jrciinal variety of ,CTI0HTS h FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps,...

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. — 19 May 1870

JUi Cambria Freeman. ffJEVSIIl7RG, PA. TutnsuAi Mormvo, : May 19, 1870. T th IVemoeratle Votr of Cambria County. In pumuiM of a resolution of the County Committee, adopted Dec. 6th, 1809, I request th Democratic voters of the county to ntft at their respective places of holding elections on Sitcrdat, June 4th, 1870, at 2 o'clock, r. m., the voters present at that hour to elect one per son to act as Judjre and two persona to act as Clerk of Mid election, and after the Bonrd la oriraniwkl they will receive the vote of all the qualified Democratic votera of the countv upon one of three propositions submitted to the De mocracy, to wit : Whether they will adopt the Crawford County System, the Increased Dele gate System, or retain the present DeWate Sys tem. The polls shall be kept open until o'clock, p. ., after which the returns of said election afeall be signed by the Clerks and handed to the Judjre of said election, who is appointed Return Jui&e. The Return Judges will meet at the...

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. — 19 May 1870

Bbria Freeman HTTTrMAY 19, 1S70. rnrn waTThorse ready -J.'iUPAlGN. Tbthe Democratic i iB THE W Mr ax id SUver GrwJoHN DWTV t..r the OlUCe Ul I fon of the democratic County . nJ Suitor (Wit .'' is my jrK ' juim vn.--ex. ,vfV COM M ISSION hU. At I-' riT many ir vnun. i ucrruy iefSS for COUNTY tW W$a hlt-ft to the decision of the Dem I 'ntion of Cambria county, or to " , the Democratic voters ui khu u.i- t'-1 lect-d. I pledge myself to per ! . of the position honestly and to flDiyabillty. keeping ever in view the ta'of the wpatriCK SMITH. ..a nv I)e Haven & Bito.. '...k Third Street, Philadelpia. at 8 ,Tr.-.M-vlc' 1870 : ,01 i 1 1 ' '6'J ti 1 " B ,f. ;ui! in?; -tS.oeir. jll3?.S,lH '67. " ;-4 ." '6. Vlwr 6 per cent. Cur y Vap.Iat.Wei :io l 10 r,c- . n qui HO 'Me Land 0'riV.tBonjV,::7Q j?80 1I4C J07JtllOMj' II28jlli58 id I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. SBAT1I SCHOOL COXVEXTIOH. , v lnr ttmt tVier Is ned KaWio of Sabbath rurally, throughout this county, to lr i iiQYv Ll t' 111 " r - own. on Thu...

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