ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Cambria Freeman, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,708 items from Cambria Freeman, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,708 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 8 August 1867

I A 1 " 5 I i jOllXSTO, Editor. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THIS THCTII MAKES FREE, AMD ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE, U. a. l'lIli.E, Iublisler. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8,' 1867. 3 1. NUMBER 27. vi x H 11 v b r 1 il'MI T II E imbria JTrccrnan wii.i- rcui.i-'iiEn Ky THURSDAY MOKNING, Ebfll4bnrs, Oamtorln. Co., Ia., ti'l-vivj raU-s, ya yaMe u-ilhin three ,4hsfioM dole of'subwibiny : cno year, - - - - - $2 00 mx months. - - - - 1 00 tlwee months, - - - - CO , uhof.ti! to p.iy their subscriptions ti.e ex pirn t ion of :x mouths will -,, at tiie rata of ,$"- G0 per year, - r. i.u fail to P11' uutil after the ex , ,f tu-f lvi' months will bo charged at . iZ.OO pr year. .... n-.ir..bc-rs constitute a quarter; ;,f, -ix u:'.:it!is; and fifty numbers, EAT US. OF AtVEKTISlX(. 12 Hue?, cne insertion, ! -.pu ;it insertion, $1 00 2 00 2 GO 2 GO 1 GO - Notices, each. .-'.t"r ' Notices, each, r-' N'-ticos, each, ..itcs, ca C );M3. j 2 GO 5 (TO 7 00 0 SO U CO C, mo9. 1 yr ,V2 lines, -,:t 'ines, -. lines,...

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 August 1867

1 cses-xo"s nsc I. ( r. 1 i i 0.UI3UU MCTH " EBE5SUlRO,( PA.l TncnsDAY, : : : Accust 9, 18G7. " DEMOCRATIC JTATE TICKET. " TO JtrrQK OP SUPREME COURT : nOV. GEORGE 8IIARSWOOD, DIM0CRAT1C COUNTY TICKET. PA& A8SFMELV : JOHN P. LINTON, Johnetown. - POR 8HEBTFP : . JOHN A. BLAIR, Ebensburg. TOB TBKASCBER : JOHN COX, Conemaugh. Fob commissioner : JOHN A. KENNEDY, Carrolltown. FOR JDBT COMMISSIONER : JOHN BUCK, Carrolltown. POR POOR HOUSB m HECTOR : JOHN D. THOMAS, Eben?burg. FOR AUDITORS : EDW. D. EVANS, Croyle, S years. JOHN F. ALLEN, Yoder, 1 year. 'for coroxer : J. A. HAKROLD, Johnetown. THE QUEEX'S EXGEISII. We once thought we had soma knowl edge of English Grammar, albeit that knowledge was acquired at the cottage tire- side, when we made Murray and Kirk Lam our vade uiecum, and afterwards when vc became a pedagogue, (perhaps a ped ant too,) and taught the science of lan guage, we felt no little pride in our ability to teach the juvenile in this important branch of education. In...

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 August 1867

h i? - CIMBRIA FREEMAN. AUG. 8, 1SG7. " LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 0 CoKKthPoMi.N i s. We cannot give , t to iti production of 'Parson " li is f (x-al ftIld personal in its character, and JuM n,,t intcrest tne general reader. That j Jndiau lady could be wooed and won with raisins is treasonable enough, and we wuld not give few cent fur a lady whose fccirt could be reached by a "dime novel. " Parson" has evidently too high an order of Intellect for light literaturo. and v would yewrameuti something Itearier to him. Eirroiiui.rnE?, Local and General The old leaven. Thad. Stevens is pitch ing into the Masons again. Conundrum. Why i Covod like a cow's titl? Because he's attached to the Hump. A mau namsd F. B. Thomas, on his way tj Lis home in Philadelphia, died in the cars lte?u Oallitiiu and Altoona, on Friday night week. On Sunday week last, tho shingle mill of Mto-irs. E & T. Nutter, in Chest Springs, was totally d.tioyed by fire. Los $3,000. JaiureJ for $S00. The tarn of Mr. Wm. Campbe...

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 August 1867

1 Younff Minister Hugged against his Will. , ,aof t ludicrous t-cenc trunsjiired t a'place not 11 tltoiisiiinl miles irom r 'Louisville, one nilit a low veoks -o, uliicli, though a little annoy--tu'to the y.artu'!S :om:erm'd, was 'et so iiiTiorciit. ;!iul funny that we i'annot relraiu licin giving the gen V rul outlines, Hii'i'iesing name, of Two sprightly :ih! beautiful young :ilics were veiling tlieir eoii:-in, an ( ther sprightly and beautiful young r"ady, who, like her guests, was ot 1 hftt haipy ge which turns evury ? Iiing into fun mul merriment. If the truth were told we fear we would $ have to record the fact that these f hree misses were just a little hit 1 ust. They were fond of practical f okes, and were continually playing ill torts of uuid pranks with each ther. All three occupied a room ? on the ground ll.or, and cuddled up f. ogether in one bed. . Two of the young ladies atleixled ." i party uii the night in pieslion, and , ; iid not get hoiue until half past 12 ."clo...

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 August 1867

iff Yl' ft: y 0 .t ft V I e v TV i ' n JOIVSTOV, Editor. HE 18 A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AXD ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDE, II. A. MTIStE, l'ubllfclier. OLUME 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1867. NUMBER 28. T II fantbna JTrccman v.k.i, ni: PunusnF.D ;VFKY TIILRSDAY MORNING, In Kc1l'"rS Onmlulft Co., k if. f,lliriwj nr.V. payable xcilhin three I nitidis firm d-iie of SHhsct ibiiici : eei'y, '"'lie year, ----- $2 00 lUVjiy, six months, - - - - 1 00 ..v three months, - - - - 60 who fail to pay their subscriptions . :all r the expiration of six months will 'c'nrged at the rate of $2.50 per year, those who fid to pay uutil after the ex 10:1 ( twelve months will be chargedat nt- cf i -.00 per year. Ilv numbers constitute a quarter; :,tv f.ve, sis months; and fifty numbers, jvr. JlATCd OF ADVEKTIS1NO. . cq;;:iro. 12 lints, one insertion, $1 00 tl iiuw-jiiriii luburuon, i'torV Notices, each, riiiiftratori' Notices, each, is' Notices, each, :.iv Notices, each, 2 00 2 60 2 60 1 60...

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 August 1867

: . i I 4 r V CAMBHIA -FREEMAN. TiirucDAY. : : : ArrorsT 1.5, 18C7. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. . 0S jriXiK OK bhpreme contT : jiox. GEORK smnsnooD, Of Philadelphia. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Fi'R assrmbi.t : Ion. JOHN r. LINTON, Johnstown. for sheriff : JOHN A. 11LA11I, Ebcnsburg. FOR TREASURER : ' JOHN COX, Conemaugh. FOR COMMISSIONER : JOHN A. KENNED 1", Carrolltown. FOR Jl'KT COMillSSIONKR : JOHN BUCK, Carrolltown. FOR rooR HOUSE PI rector :" JOHN D. THOMAS, Ebensburg. FOR AUDITORS : EDW. D. EVANS, Croyle, 3 yenra. JOHN F. ALLEN, Yoder, 1 year. 'for coroner : J. A. HAKKOLD, Johnstown. IEMOCRATIC ADDRESS. We refer the readers of the Freeman to the address of the Democratic State Cen tral Committee to the ''People of Pennsyl vania," to be found in another column. It set3 forth, clearly and distinctly, the is sues of the day, and we trust will bo read by all, and Us facts and arguments deeply pondered. The power to govern themselves is al most imperceptibly but eurely gliding from 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. — 15 August 1867

' V AUG. 15, 18C7. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. v TQiLT.fiila' The foundation for the new '.'ilie church ia this place is about receiv- t'le finishing touches, and ia a most ub :!"rt;il handsome piece of masonry. If ''WiiCC of the work is as well executed, v-e iiiive no doubt it will be, the edifice ' lie ia huuor to the spirited congregation, V"l'e crmuoent to our town, and a lasting ,!. , ::, :.t to the abilities of its architect, J. ' Easlv, l-1- an1 tue contractors engaged :-its ercctiou. In aid of this sacred enter 'J;4 ;t s uchigned to hold a Harvest Home ?r't:val on Tuesday, the 3d of September '"it a111 aAXr promises to be replete r '-.! nkuiant and innocent recreation and iruri l i. : c ule.a splendid siIK dress ana a vaiua- tTAtch will be awarded to the fortunate i!urs uf the lucky numbers, and in the "Ijjp-iiaie everybody ia solicited to aid a dc ";rVi,iTcau by taking chances in the gift - bv yor.ns; ladies engaged in soliciting fr these prizes, aim we irusi mey ,r j rL.,i'iye Vbe...

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. — 15 August 1867

f 'n 1 TIic nccummendallon of Mrs, Surratt lo Mercy. The Washington correspondent of the Nov York rwiM writes : ' 1'bc recommendation for mercy for Mrs. Surratt, made by some of the members of the military Commission which tried the HhfciUisination conspirators, lias at last been unearthed, and rends as follows : "The undersigned, members of the Mil- ' itary Commission detailed to try Mary E. Surratt and others for the conspiracy and the murder of Abraham Lincoln, late IVeeideat of the Lnited folates, ecc, res pectfully pray the President, in consider ation of thj sex and age of Mary E. Sur ratt, if hi on, upon all the facts in the case, find it consistent with his fense of duty to the country, to commute the sen tence of death which the Court have been constrained to pronounce to imprisonment in the Penitentiary for life. Respectfully f I'Lniitted. "D. Hunter, Major-General, President; Aug- KauU, ISrigndier and Brevet Major- i General ; K. S. Foster, lirigadier and I 'revet Maior-G...

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 August 1867

5' f ' ; i B. L. JOHXSTOH!, Editor. UK 18 A F'HElKMAjr WHOM THE TRUTH MKQ FREE, AWD ALL ArtE SLATES BESIDE. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1867. II. A. MTIBE, PublifclKp. I; VOLUME 1 . NUMBER 2 . . .J - 1 1 THE Cambria Jfrccmau WII.I. BZ rCBMSIIKD EVERY THURSDAY MOIiNING, la Ebtuiburg, Oambila Co., Pn., At the following rates, payable within ilirce months fon date of subscribing : One copy, one year, ----- 2 00 One copy, six months, .... 1 00 One copy, three months, - - - . 50 ' Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six months will be charged nt the rate of J2.c0 per year, ami those who fail to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at the rate of $3.00 per year. Twelve numbers? constitute n quarter; twenty five, mx months; and fifty numbers, .eno year. R A T K.S OF ADVEHTIS1XO. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, Eicli subsequent insertion, .Auditor's Notices'. e;icl, Administrator ' Notices, each, Executors' Notice...

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 August 1867

5 . IMBIUi PBBBJUN BUESSUl'HCi, lA.l 180" t-HPAY. TrVorPATlC STATE TICKET. o.v. Democratic county ticket. ' fui: Assr ri.v : r )N. JOHN 1. LINTOX, Johnstown. For. siiK in ff : i t JOHN A. liLAlU, Lbensburg. KOU TKHASCiiEB : JOHN COX, Couemaush. - OHX A. KKNNEDY, Carrolltown. ' ' j CUT t-OMMISSlOKEa t " f JOHN liL'CK, Carrolltown. ! FOR POOR. TIOU.SU 1'IRF.l TvR :' L JOHN 1. THOMAS, Ebensburg. f fob. Auurrons : KDW. D- EVANS, Croyle, o years. J- JOHN F. ALLEN, Yoder, 1 year. I ror. coeoser : H J. A. IIAKKOLD, Johnstown. CUAXCS or BASE. After the democratic nominations h.-v n xii made, a few rotten radicals at Johns .wn undertook the task of getting up itle disaffection among the democrats, in t 1 rder to bring "grut to their own mill. fj ccordingly communications, pretending f ' ! rome from di.atiefied democrats, were 'A;bli.-dicd in the "By Authority" radica "gan at Johnstown, and copied into the Onii-official organ r.t Ebensburg. These .'j'rnmunications were as democratic as a " Id...

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 August 1867

MlV : : : AUG. 22, 1SG7. oCAL AND PERSONAL rc CorxTV Committee. The "A t'.,mn)ittec of Cambria county '"C, ' to meet at l'ie ffice f ii-7-i rriiKin. in Ebensburg, on ,'; . J!' f September next, at 7 ,'.t - ' .. i.i ...mi i .. r ii If la in pea inert' ,,f the will be a full inemoers no suusuiuies The following gentlemen "'.'7e-rnmitte : ,"v0rge Detar.ey. VJ,..-ep!i S. M.trdis. Lc.Mr-'e C. K. Z.dim. V, Wiiliiun A. Krise. ,'.). A. Luther. u K'-r. John Buck. Jv.-Lola. Helfrich. XV:n.- I'.or. John M'Feely. ull.r-c M'blongh. ,.: .Thomas Kg in. '"-'7 l-r , ltt W. John Campbell. 1 Y. M. McXamara. .;!. n Kncpper. .;r, i;. V Ueea J- Lloyd. W. V. J.'hn H. So.iuliia. h-UiavUs 0llan. - TL"i:i;s Kirsi.t-y. v, n. L-t Ward OVo. W. Osborn. j.l " James Potts. ;; 1 . M. v. Dickey. 4 tii 1). M'Ciclhm. -:! " J. K. Hite. j. ,,r.p. II. Shields, v , . IVut M'Doi mitt. :A. I. CiMe. ;: ; . I'atrick !oj !e. lit-urv Topper. . .. .;:.h"-!,.u-l Ddcy. .: -..I .S.l.iI!y roe. ,:i.v Kr. C-iii.-.ti.in Reich. -.:iV'!t...

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 August 1867

J'-. I I I. - .3 pri'j ! t 1 if. W; I j ' !, , 1 b Mi m . Ppper .and the Milesian. r.Ir. Pepper is a very shrewd lawyer. I -examining a witness he exhibits a tact " generally enables him to secure a tri- !ipU fur truth, lie unco in a while, ; ever, meets with a uecr customer. S;,( l! fi no turned up on Tuesday last. A Mr. Doyle wan complained of for keep ing i-.n ni:pnpcr house. The complainant ri-nd Mr. Pepper (o manage the case. The iir-t witness who testified was Cornc-lin-i ONeil. Wc give his examination : "Do you know the defendant, Doyle?" "Divil the man better." "'Vhnt U:ivl vl a house does he keep?" 'Brick house." "I don't mean that. What arc its pe culiarities ?" "Two stories, with a back kitchen, which joins onto Sheridan's fence." 'You still misunderstand me. I wish to know the reputation of his house is it good or bad ?" "Had intircly." Mr. Pepper called the attention of the Court to tins answer, and desired the Jus tice to make u note. The Justice did k. 'What do you me...

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. — 5 September 1867

V !'1 t , jOUXSTOX, i:lltor HK IS A FREEMAN AVII05X THE TIUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE A. Jl'X'lltE, lublUlcr. ot? IN VOLUME 1. EBENSBURG, PA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1867. NUMBER 31. I CllliPlll Ms0 IJTOwill ... vS55- -f b . II. unbtio JTrccmtm WILL BE l'UBLISHED . KliY THURSDAY MORNING, lu i;ieulurg, Cambria. Co., Pa., 'ui following rules, payable within three inuidhi J) out date tg" subscribing : o.py, oue year, ----- 42 00 i v, ix mouths, - 1 00 i.y, tin co months, - - - - 60 -; whofai! to pay their subscriptions iftcr the expiration of six months will : irii at the rate of $2.60 per year, ; t.. e n lio fail to pay until after the ex . i. a of twelve months will be charged at vare c( $3.00 per year, '..cive numbers constitute a quarter; :v rive, mx mouths; and fifty numbers, ir. HATES OK AI'VEKTISIKG. -.-pare. 12 linos, one insertion, : .-uliM-quciit insertion, ':Uir Notices, each, ..lini.-trntor ' Notices, each, 'j'.itiTt.' Notices, each, . iv Notices, each, $1 2 2 ...

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 September 1867

1. prUt I! i v. j I EBEXSEUF.G. PA., Thckscat, : . J Seit. 5, 1867. ' DEMeCTlcJr.ATE TICKET." yos jctok c? srrRr.ME rorRT : HO. GEORCK SIIARSWOOD, Ot PlladIiUl a. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. JP'iR ASSFMBLT : Uos. JOHN P. LINTON, Johnstown. FOR SHEEIFP :. JOHN A. BLAIR, Ebenburg. FOK TREASURER : JOHN COX, Conemangh. FOR COMillSEIOSER : JOHN A. KENNEDY, Ciurolltowu. FOR JCRT COMMISblOXEa : JOHN BUCK, Carrolltown. FOR POOK lloCsE DIRECTOR : JOHN D. THOMAS, Ebensburg. FOR AUDITORS : EDW. D. EVANS, Croyle, 3 years. JOHN 1 ALLEN, Yoder, 1 year. FOR CORONER : J. A. HAHliOLI), JuhnstowD. Ocmccratlc CoHiily Commlstee. P. .TftHVSTiiK. Chairman. tieorge Delauey, Joseph S. Mardis, George C- K. Z.ihru William A. Kriee, D. A. Luther, John Euck, Nicholas Helfrich, John Mc Feely, George M.'Gcugh, Thomas Egan, John Campre'd, M. McNamara. John Knepper, Re! J. Lloyd, Jhn E. Scanlan, Charles O'LIagan, Thomas Kinney, Geo. V. Osborn, James Potts. M. W. Lickey, D. M'Clellan, J. K. Kite, P. H. Shield. J. S. ...

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 September 1867

FIMBRIA FRBBMAN. Jr USD AT, : : SEPT. 5, 1SC7. LOCAL AND PERSONAL - hi rBi:EDI'sc;3- Court convened at Vxk on Monday last, ami after the usual . rcrv business was attended to pro tl.e trial of Commonwealth caes. Ac'-Ii ..-..) 1 1 vrw r. F n rv til! Hiiou- :ji va. Fet?r Keelan. Indictment "end hft'tery. The Commonwealth t::i -1 . . and no defence being f'-c"". --. u 1 - the J lry a,iei u mhmi swrnii, re-l'-' ' ,- . r NT 1 (Vi'th vs. Marshall Lindscy. iau!i aii'l battery with i' Indictment intent to com- i rr,8- 1" ueiciiu;u is mio itc "in nIT negro, a,K as ne U' no co,m8e' tn V-V appointed J. C. Easty, Esq., to act in Uliiif- testimony of the plaintiff. i V.' ;rbrth Baldwin, of Johnstown, was Vct that she was returning from her .i-'h residence iu tne country, on me z.ju Oune last, and while passing alorg th-i " ' h confronted by the prisoner who r.e out of a fence corner with his person and threatened to kill her if she did t submit to his hellish purposes. Being a -j',jte woman, she...

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 September 1867

f r pin i 1! v The eoec-ch cf Hon. George II. Pkn iiKiT5Jf, of Cincinnati, delivered recently at St. Paul, iliznesota, is one of reniark kUu power and eloquence. He met the cry ui" l he Radicals that the Democratic party id wedded to "dead issues,'' by a iiiHstcrly vindication of our political policy in stitu ling firmly by the fundamental pi ii.cipli'3 of Republican government. We invite the close attention of our readers to the annexed extract from the conclusion of Mr. Pendleton's speech on this very j'.iiiit : They tell us we Democrats will cling to 'Mead isbues." The integrity of the 1'epuLlican government, the preservation ut liberty, the maintenance of our Consti tution and government, the happiness of mankind! Are these dead issues f Our love for them may be dead, our fidelity may bo dead, our worthiness for them and vir enjoyment may be dead, but the issues .vill live tiH they are settled in their full fruition aud the principles which underlie i Leui are as durable as 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. — 12 September 1867

. , . , 1 i v r 3- -a x v II II it i it i .iff, ,n v,;,' NSr xf ; 1 I b II. A. H'PIKCi PnMWtMi L. JOUXSTOS, Editor Hi IS A fRKEMAX VIt02tf THE TRt'Tlt StAKHS FREE, AXD ALL. AUK SL.AVKS DESIDE, VOLUME 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1867. NUMBER 3S B-1 THE Cambria JTrccmon WILL BE PUBLISHED every Thursday morning, Ih lbenabnrg, Oambrla Co., Pa., itlhi following raits, payable within three Months from date of subscribing : One copy, one year, $2 00 One cu-y, fix months, - - - - 1 00 One coyy, three months, - - - 60 Those- who fad to pay their subscriptions u'l'.M after tie expiration ot six months will he "charged at the rata of $2.50 per year, ivii those who fail to pay until after the ex j,ii;iLiou of twelve months will be charged at rate of $3.00 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; twu:ty five, sis months; and fifty numbers, one year. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One aquara, 12 lines, one insertion, K.ioli subsequent insertion, .Auditor's Notices, each, Administrator...

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 September 1867

iAMJBKIA MIBMAN. BEXSBCG. PA., : : : Skit. 12, 18G7. ' ' l,EMGCHATIC5TATE TICKET. ' F03 JmCE OF trPKF.ME COURT : IO. GEORGK SIIARSWOOD, j . '. Of Fhllndflph'. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. ;. , ri'R ssriir.Lv : ; Icn. JOHN T. LINTON, Jobnetown. V-5 ruK snFr.:FF : y JOHN A. BLAIR, Ebensburg. FOR ThKASlThER ! , .' JOHN COX, Conemaugh. ! F.n COi!IiSI0NEB : JOHN A. KENNEDY, Carrolltown. FOR JCXT COMi:iiIO.N"E3 : ? JOHN BUCK, Curroiltown. ' :.. ' rcF. l'OOR HuUsE riUECT-R : JOHN D. THOMAS, Ebeneburg. t FDU'. I). EVANS, Crovle, 3 years, f , JOHN F. ALLEN, Yod'er, 1 year. Yvi corns i. r ; J' J. A. 1IAEROLD, Johnstown. - Kndicul County Convention. 7 This auejxut body assembled on the fec-- nd of Stj't-jinlci'. Some tix distticts were lureprescr.ted, vet there was much talent f, n the body. Among the names we re 'l ornizo those of John J. Gin??, Esq , late , i idionl member from this county, Juhn ; J'lincy Adam?', Aleck M'Yicker, former- , radical Sheriff and would-be Treasurer, -:' V". A. M'Der...

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. — 12 September 1867

FREEMAN. SEPT. 12, 1SG7. iOPM AND PERSONAL. and Chesso Kailpoao. re fter Monday, April 19, 18C7, t: :.; r-wJ will run as follows : i.-r ES33L"KQ , ,-onuecting with Day Express . j'j,- TiiiU. Express West. , v connect in g with Phila. Ex. Mail West. v or on departure of Phila. W V.'est. ':., ..r on departure wf Phila. Ex- ! I' jT ? Several of our subscribers ,:, are sent to the Cresson post ,',!!! that the' do not receive , v, and believe they are often :' V (.Hice by other persons, who ,;, return them. Not unfrcquent ; iT their papers and are told avc c me for them, but the next -) t::e U'.ii-siiig paiia aic V.'o invite the attention of the -. r Cr.on 'tJ this complaint, '..;nt i .f kindness request him to ,e abuie. Our papers leave here cv:rv Thursday morning, and I o n " tictifc far any delay in de i.'.p.i to subscribers. A Splendid Success. The Harvest Home festival held in this place last week, in aid of the new Cathobc church, was in every particular a most gratifying success. ...

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 September 1867

X- A CASE IX l'OIXT, Tlic Cleveland (Ohio) Plaindalcr pub lishes the following account of a case al most precisely similar to the one which o-ave rise to the decision of Judge Shars wood, which the Kadical papers of Penn sylvania are all n?sailing, but which they dar not publish in full : "In Jjly, 161, a poor man in this city, having cu h'.nd four huudred dollars in gold, which he desired to deposit in eoruc safe place for a short time, handed it to a friend (Vr thai purpose. The gentleman to whom it was given placed it in a banking house in this city, and received a certificate of de posit, of which the following is a true copy: '5100. IIexby Wick & Co , Bankers. Cleveland, July 5, 1861. J "Thomas McMahon, Esq,, has deposited with us Four Hundred Dollars Coin to the credit of himself, payable to his order here on in like funis in four months with interest. " 'No. 3o0. E. I). Cm lis. Teller. "'Indorsed Thomas McMahok.' 'When this certificate wae presented for payment the holder...

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