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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 May 1870

TDK DEAUTIFCL ItE.W. O, the beau, the beautiful beau, lightly trtppiiijf the pave t low ; I-ooklng- so handsome., cut? injr a ilash, l-'ondly pettimr his blonde mousttieti ; Xrippxnif. ,' . Skipping'. YYhirllnjr his cane, A butterfly beau with a butteriiy bruin ; Peerless and fearless, and so tlel.onaire. Touched with a dash of tho devil-may-care ; Speckle? and spotless from summit to too, la he not stunning-, the beautiful beau ? O. the beau, the beautiful ietiu. With his paste-solitaire in a riuzzlinft glow : With immaculate kids and shinlnjr white tile, Irreproachable raimeut, cut ia the style; Dining-, Wining:, Plaving tho swell, Rlpplnjr his favorite Moselle M'usraptelle ; Enchantinjr the jfirls with his distinjrue face. Breaking fond hearts with his infinite grace; ReoniinR- the world as most shockinjrlv slow, Thia deronltion cweechaw, the beautiful beau. Once he was pure ns the snow but he fell, Pell In the jruttor,rthi8 exquisite swell ; z Fell to be scoffed by the bootblack...

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. — 26 May 1870

k&WW&km'vm. -mgmmsm fmJ&&$Mmmm ' ""z -t 4. jrriKE, i:aitor ana rubihher. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MARES FREE, ASD ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $ per year In advance. OLUME 4. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1870. NUMBER 18. 1870 SPRING. 1670. I am now prepared to offer ULTERIOR INDUCEMENTS Ti) CASH rCUCHASKRS OF ii mm k mm HE either at WHOLESALE Oil II ETA I L. -vk consists in. part of every variety of I' Tin, Sheet-iron, ln? XI) TiTiASS WATJF.R CNAMI'IIFD AN1 I'l.AlM AUCE-PAN3. BOILERS Stc ui HOVELS. 11IXB LAMPS, ( 0L ;.S5 HOrsi'TURNISHING HARD " VAllE OF EVERY KIND. jJprai's AlliDnt :r!INi an: COOKING STOVES, i XCELSIOn l'( UKL(f S'JOVES. CaE.TKIUliril as if PARLOR COOK ING 5 IUV h, j sr.y Cooking Stove dedmd I will pjet e:. o't'iT-?.! ut manufacturer's prices. i'.ave Fi.itfs a?:d Grates, eie , for re r;, on hatiJ fur the Stoves I sell ; others ; be orJeii'.l when wanted. Particular retention given to looting, Valleys and Conductors, uf which will be made ...

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. — 26 May 1870

iU Cambria Freeman. i;n t:5iu it o, i a. Tucrsuw Mokmsc, : May 20, 1870. To the Democratic Voters of Cambria County. In pursuance of ft resolution of the County Commits, adopted Doe. tfth, 18(K. I request the. Democratic voters of the county to meet at their resiMicHve places of holding elections on 6.4Tt nuAV, June 4th. 1S70. at 2 o'clock, p. it., : the voters present at tnat hour to elect one per son to ai-t as Jmle and two persons' to net ns Clerks of said election, and after tho Board is orjrftiilzM they will receive tho votes of nil the tiualltiol Democratic voters of the county upon on) of three propositions submitted to the Do mocmcy, to wit : Whefherthey will adopt the Crawford, County System, the Increased Delo jute Svstem, or retain the present 1 it-locate Sys tem. The polls shall bo kept open until ft o'clock, P. M., after which the returns of said el otion shall bv signed by the Clerks and handed to the jiifUrtof said election, who is appointed Return JuiU?f. The Return ...

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. — 26 May 1870

mbrJa Frccmao. sDAV, . . . : : MAV 20, 1870 JcAL AM tfRSONAL. ,., AND IV.XCII.ING8 ,L n Mii30.h, l"beeu declared ,lh.iliJ- Colirt House bell A ' '..ca are in tvrje. but 1 ".''i prevented '.heir publication. '; ,!,.,, fillers are at present aur- i t..i In.m Martinsbuic to rllViU IV- - B .r. hist that lins exhibited lu ,...,1 !3 l-- w . .... triM rt.,ur..Y , i,J..,eof J..hn Johnston, in n-i"! O iii jl:iiiiigii"ii county, with iiear- J a.iS uccui'juu ut urc uii la.-1. . ;.,,r of Altoona proposes to pay liheiitv treasury ol cour) tor Jlv i .in ii-iiou ! any incendiarv in n 1 ..tl 0 r:i)t' . wl,irh our lit to ,!llt !. toe." me selling at filteen 1 . mill ridfifOil IfikK. v,,J.iv msi.i - - - .Jtnl III H' .v -....,..,, " u C ,ir Furnace. w struck by a nvi? .iii-l ii j'ireJ scvciely. ' M Coul', l St. Augustine. ".,.il.:icMle. on Saturday next, lire ' 'Jia-W K"oUi' e,c' advertiso- fri!!erquestionab!e nouor P'iT'nB Blullir lt:ii:ii"il County Committee llu!T f,.r tbe next twelvemonth, ha .li'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. — 26 May 1870

JLJk Tragical. Since courtships are al ways in season, and wc have r.nnj yourg readers who ftro liable to take passage in that boat at aDy time, we publish tLe r'ul lowirig thrilling ftory, which will interest, nmose, and perhaps, save Borne from a fearful doom : CHAPTFR X. Tils Fatal Pie. Sh. threw terse If epon bis breast an J w rpt. CUAPTKR . As she caed weeoinp, he groaned aud- j ihv. There they f-nt entwined la each ! other's arrae about two Lour?, uud uary -j ne of 'em spoke. oiArmt nr. j A vrtC5 fractured the soli en ptil!iies ! cf the air. l!ariie t, rnvvulove if I at. 1 hen she lilted had a rrur.ee pie to eat up her tear dlraatccJ c-yei to t he starry ; heavens, ci hisped her bauds wildly ami ' claimed: 'Corae v.ith oe tuth? kitchen, i love, and ibou fdiait nit thy fill, fir there I were three ci' thorn left from dinner.' ! They clashed each other by the UtvJ arid j roshed to the pantry. j cuAPn-iR iv. Two mince pies had dlsaspe-.r? d, find j the third was ubout i-hare 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. — 2 June 1870

r1TMJli,H;7. .. IP--,-" r M-r:KC, Editor and Publisher. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MARES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $2 per year lu advance OLUME 4. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1870. NUMBER 19. la?3 i S.rj) t.5 r 'J l'.;3 CVJ E,- i-S I K.I O..fS-."' i?F:TAILEKS of Forfign f ' ti vr;Tif MF.Kf,.risF. in Cambria U an? El.'; I'.'.Ui for the year 1S70: .i'n - LicVc 7 00 ... , , H 1' . Border, ..ASMV:1 Win. lterlln, ' ii"- " r ii H .1. HiN i't, .I'.l. ii ti.. u 7(0 ' 7 00 iocd I 7 la) : j iii .i. ii. .1113 i Or Kir; if- - i-ji' ft T M u vi-l- 7i' U J." helishoff. It John J. Murphy, 7 00 H I,, ltaumer, 00 11 V.. C. Lucks, 7 00 ; ii ii.nin.iii r r,nn:; U.".v!:U". 7U' 14 Ijiwsoii A. Hakcr, 7 CO I -,.w 1, itrinL-r-r. 7(1) : : t i' 7 i' I t iti-nton & Wayne 7 tO ;.4.;H W. J . Kohsel, 7 (t) 1 7U! 14 V.'. W. Pike, 7 M j 7lJ!:H 1. 0. M'Culloujrh7 J0 i 1 ... i j .i- t i- i.- r in rut : (.0 ltiim'u Ceorjre Hizen. 7 in i H aspi-r Hajri-r, 50 ' .V) ,..t r ji-1-:. t-c.-ck, HI...

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. — 2 June 1870

Cambria Freeman. EUEXSRUEtG, PA. Thursday Morning, : : June 2, 1870. To tl Democratic "Voter of Cambria County. In pnreuanoe of a resolution of the County Committee, adopted Deo. 6th, 1360, I request the lcmocTatio voters of the county to meet at their respective places of holJintr elections on Sattbdat, June 4th, 1370, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the voter present at that hour to elect one per son to act us Judffe and two personB to act as Clerks of said election, and after the Board is organized thev will receive the votes of all the qualified Democratic voters of the county 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 Df legate Sys tem. I'he poll shall be kept open until ii o'clock, P.M.. after which the returns of said election shall be simed bv the Clerks and handed to the Judjre of said election, who is appointed Return JudtfC Tito Return Judges will meet ...

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. — 2 June 1870

-1 Kjrja Freeman. JUNK 2, 1ST0. niV. : : ' CaJjOSOCIAL AT- , Gallagher's Grove, " E4B LORETTO. rj, TICKETS, 50 CTS. EACH. H '" .'.. ..dd to all classea. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. rr tsr Citwos Rait. Road. B-. ....nrfnv. Mar 30tb, 1870, f Voa.l will run a follows tf Erecting with Local Freight Pittsburgh Ex- i.n". , is-;1;" cnnPCtlns- with Mail Train 15- p' r.'i.ii.i.-lDliia Express East. .rTl I'-' ,5.1 or on J,-'I,urture of Pittsburgh .Ir.nnrf lire of Fhlladel- 1 P. "r "' ' prnnlns and Triicillnff. 'rrMerhad his ritfht hand drawn be rirh'l3 ef aa icecream macUuuj, nVeTinedav last, ami it was Jitcr- i ViUVtt Was run over by a Ta. R. irfin in Huntingdon on Saturday Vinilf'i was broken in io places. 'Hit i . p'utated. but Mr. 1 died from . Ti--lav morning of this week. :r -pennt Vindicator publishes an ar- LVj "U-t ii be eonsisiem, km vforiiblv of a certain passage of '"ich a.ure us that there "is more 'eaov'-r oue .-Inner doing penance, Eaklnirnit.rht hideous w.th their un ;f one of the raf...

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. — 2 June 1870

THX; yATE OF A .FltiJLITJ G DOG. ST 8IM PELT0S. A man he owned a terrier dorg A bob-tailed, -onery cuss And that there purp got that there man In num an ugly muss ; For the man he was cm his muscle, ii tle unrg was ou his bite. So to kick that dorg-gonrd aniniilo Was sure to raise a fight. A woman owned a Thomas cat That fit at htteen pound, And ctLer cats got up and slid W hen that there ct.t was round. The man and hi eicrg came along one day Where the uouuui the did dwell. And the purp in; growled ferociously, TLe.i '.vei.i lor the purp like h;in well lie tiled to chaw l lie neck of the cit. Cut, the ci he vM.u'.d'i'l be chane-d ; So he lit 0:1 the back of Unit there dorg Ami bit and claed an'! da wed. Oh, the hair it flew, and the purp he youled As Uie claws went into his hide, And chunks ol fleslr-were peeked from his back; When he flummuxed and kicked and died. The man he ripped and cussed and swore, As he gathered a big biickbat. That he would be duroed essentially If he didn'...

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. — 9 June 1870

lwP4V BSSS gM&WWWWW' n'PlKC, Editor and Publisher. HE 13 A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MARES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $2 per j car In advance OLUME 4, EBENSBURG, FA., THURSDAY, JUNE 9S 1870. NUMBER 20. S F.NTISTKV. The , undersigned, a graduate the l""1 Coifge jenul Stir- n4t. v offers m Ul)Ft3'0'AL ?J and' vicinity, which place he will VisH FOfRT" Mosdat of each month, to re- RELFORD, D. D. S. . H.H.B. MILLER Mtoona, Pa., reratlve and Mechanical DENTIST. iWt removed to V irginia street, opposite L Lutnenm church. Persons from Cambria v or elttwnere wno gei worn uone uy me 'it amount of Ten Dollars and upwards, will rf the railroad fare deducted from their bills. ffoKK warrants. Jan. 21, l69.-tf. TIl V. Airiaui, urgeon uen- H list. will visit Ehensburg pro- ionnllv on the SLCOIN V MOS , of each month, and remain" vbe found at the Mountain House. TeeMi extracted without rriin by the use Sitrite uxiue, or j-iaujiiiiiif; u. r V. JAMISON, M. D., Loretlo, Cambria Co., Pa., ...

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. — 9 June 1870

UL Cambria Freeman. EDEXSXiCKQ, 1A. TiiUBSDAt Morning, : : June 9, 1870.. 1 j ..... . . The State Teachers' Association of renn Bjlvaaift will meet ia the Court Hcnst in Lancaster, on the ninth day of August next, aoj continue in session for three days. A large attendance of teachers and friends of education is requested. Arrangements will be made with hotels and railroads fur a res ductioo of rates of boarding and travel. Till Wist number of the Johnstown Dem ocrat, as well as the Tribune of the same place, contains en address especially direct ed to the editors of the aforesaid journals. It consist of an argument well known' as a ' heavy headed monster" in favor of the silly and defeated proposition to remove the ounty seat from Ebeosburg to Johnstown. We will reply fully in our text paper to the palpable lies and wholesale misrepresen tations in this production. The Democracy of Bedford county, at their recent convention, did themselves the honor of expressing their preferences f...

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. — 9 June 1870

1 jtfccacsasi JUNE 9,' 1670. GRAND SUWu. ONI -AT Gallagher's Grove, ,E4B IOBETTO. a TICKETS, 50 CTS. EACH. BDlitIVlT.4TIOV K" 1 n nil n)nSC0fl. ( x t e ii 1 ' "- AND PERSONAL. Trvt "SYSTEM OF NOMINATING ?' -V-'co.nTLVEED.-The Report of A TrEOtS--" be 8'en bJ" tbe :t-s J blnw that the -nteueul "'u " . ...iatinff candidates lor office af'nJ t1 nnd although fr Is to ce m"""" ' - ,wt, remarkably light, the decision ;'oae 'I' Unuln and decisive. '-' ,,it lt will be cheerfully and un l acquiesced In. and that dlssen-i-.. tvIII henceforth be uum- V tiie incrcuafu --- ,'Vcaaaot have any but the Lest of ain tlie course -we do. "r turn JudtfPd to count the votrt jo certify that the following" 'jtrt were cast for the different sys- ' ",.r: u-si-nt Pvstetn ? :;irJ'l'eicgate System lo CrorJ County Sy-tein, Arf .-aef.te vote, 80 ' 's at Eberisburg. this 6th day ir. f.LLH. -Clerks. 'ii FUN'. ) .v-ti m. having received a rcajor if.ie er.-t. 'Ul l continued for the - ..".la iuimt In mnkiiiur nondna-...

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. — 9 June 1870

HOW STRANGE IT WILT. BE. BY FLORENCE PERCY. IIow straafre It will bo, lovw how tf rar.tfe whon we two Shalt be what all lovera become You rigid and faithless, I cold and untrue. ou thouffhtleai of mc and I cureless of you. Our pet names grown rusty with nothiujr to do Love's bright web unraveled aud rent and worn , through, And life'i loom left empty ah, hum 1 Ah, mt! ! How gtranse it will be. How ptranne It will be when the witchery goes Which makes tne soem lovely to-day, Wheu your thought of Uio loses its coitlcur dc rrntc ; When every day serves some new fault to dis c1oh; nose, Whrn you jlnd I'vo cold eyes aud an everv-day At J wonder you oould for a momeut suppose I was out of the cominou place way ; Ah, me ! How strange it will be t now strange it will be, love, how strange when wo meet With Just a chill touch of the hand ; when my pulses no longer delightfully beat At the thought of your coming' at the sound of your foot: When I watch not your coming: far down the lonj? stre...

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. — 16 June 1870

4 ?ri,,KK' EdItor and Publisher. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MARES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $2 per year lu advance. OLUME 4. 'Cambria Freeman WILL BE niSLioutu VEKV THURSDAY MOHNING, At Ebeasburg, Cambria Co., ?a. ,; ilaviciiij rates, payable within 0ire "Ihsfrom date of subscribing : ,Lh cue year, 2 00 ;ir,x monthi. - - . - 100 " J'v thiec months, - - 60 - who fail to pay their subscriptions ; ;M'r'.t.(l at the rate of $2.50 ptr year, '.'w who fili to pay uutil after the ex ;;'3 (,l twelve months will be charged at vei! $i .0') per year. Vve cumbers constitute a quarter; five, six months; and fifty uumbers, V-? RATES OF ADYEKTISJJfW. -r:.ire, 12 lint's, cue insertion. ,';,;v,.equer.t insertion, .r' Notices, each, -iistrat'r ' Notices, each, '-W Notices, each, Jl 00 25 2 00 2 50 2 60 1 60 1 yr. $6 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 28 00 85 00 GO 00 6 00 jv Nt.ices. each 3 mos 6 mos. $ 4 00 8 00 10 00 14 00 16 00 25 00 ire. 12 lines, $ 2 50 5 00 7 00 9 50 11 00 14 CO ;irc,-t lii...

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. — 16 June 1870

JU 32. as Cumbria Freeman. EIIEASIil'ItG, PA. Thcrsiay Morning, : Jckk 1G, 1870. Tbe Johnstonu Address. It was our intention, aa we stated last week, to notice in detail tbe suppressions of truth, aa well as the suggestions of falsehood, contained in tbe Address direct ed to the Editors of tbe Johnstown l)em' ccrot and Johnstown Tribune, on the question of the removal of the county seat. After' having read n second time this high pounding bulletin, which bristles all over, like the fretful quills of a porcupine, with unfounded assumptions and still baser conclusions, we are appalled at the mag nitude of the fast we had set before us, find will content ourselves with exposing a few only of its most prominent misrep resentations. It is quite unimportant who is its author, and yet every line in it be trays its undoubted paternity. We are very certain, that there is but one member of the legal profession in Johrstown, who is capable of committing so many villain ous and damnable Bins ag...

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. — 16 June 1870

ia Freeman. oAt!D SUOIML. Ji;'E 1C, 1S70. Ji -AT Gallager,s Grove, ,1MB LOBCTTO. ;R TICKETS, 50 CTS. EACH. TtDIL INVITATIOX.,?! At . .... n tlrd lonll Classen. OCAL AND PERSONAL. . .vn Cl.'KS-OS Ik All. IlOU. A'BLr' Monday. Jnn 13th, IS70, , (t-r - follow : th roa " ' Iw . connecting wltb.PitUburgu Ex- ii WlT.t- .. -i.i. f;i nvuin 1. p Tl . coimccm 5, -, . f3,nd thiladelphia f i -ijlUI-envo froMHOn ' 15. , y' 3l.? r on departure or Philadel- LSI'"-'5 rr,,0 !!r? We have not received ,"v oiirin tl' present term of ' 4v lUirent txpeirses, although ' ...u i f dollars duo us from k"- ,iiy (,i,-ht to i,3:v us "n , .,.i,viiii'ed that we IlHVt K1VI" 11111 . . . : ... .... r.,f every t u.iu is " ' .. t.'fl.ir otVll concicnces t' sav .lt is the proper way to treat a K,Koik;ng Light ami nay io pei liable I'Kp' T, and win. is anxious to .-'jfl'ikscl that paper iy procuring 'fitirf r.t-iv u'fit. Shame on you. k fr lti:nr o c-rt-liot V hen you it i-ur chums are just atjil cur want. !iu ic":mtv!ia...

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. — 16 June 1870

iU There arr, eotm tiroes. rel bhuwers of very unreal ruin. It ib stated by an old wiiter tliat i Lapland and Fin mark, about a ctri tury ago, mice of a peculiar kind were known to fail from the sky, and that such an event w;ia sure to be followed Ly a guod year for foxes. A shower uf frogs fell near Totiloute iu 1804. A prodigious number of black insects about an inch in length, descended in a snow storm at Patroff, Russia, in 1827. On one occasion, in Norway, the peasants were astonh-hed at finding a shower of rats peltinsr, down upon their heads. Showers ( f fishes have been numerous. At Stanstead, in Kent, in 1606, a pasture field was found cne morning pleLttlully covered with fish, although there is neither sea nor river, lake nor fish pond near. At Ailababid, in 1839, an English cfticer saw a good smart down pour of fish, arel soon after thousands of small dead fish were found upon the ground. Scotland has had many of these showers of fLh. as in Ilnsshirc. in 1829, when qn,,ti...

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. — 23 June 1870

MBk ....... - . - - r 1 ivW, r-rf v' A A' i A.A,:. n.lKE, Editor and l'ublibher. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOil THE-TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. - TenuB, iui jt-ar In itdtnncr OLUME 4. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1870. hfcainbria Freeman with & fdbwsheu VEi:V THL'KSDAY MORNING, 4t Ebensburg, LamDria lo., ra. following rates. paabte u ilhht itrec mouth Jiom aaie vj suutaiumy $2 00 six months, - 1 00 copy, ' . i.u - - - - f.n ecoi'J'. lIirec ' I, ... ,rhn fiil to pav tlieir subscriptious a'ter the expiration of six mouths will aL'reil at the rate of $2.50 per year, ..i jie wtio fall to pay until alter tne ex "n of twelve motitlia will be charged at 1 ste ol $3.00 per year. nnmhfirs constitute a quarter : ',!v' tive, six muutha; aud fifty uumbers. -veir. ' ' . . . . . - r TI T TOT . . RATES Vr auimii""."" ,.vire, 12 lines, cue iusertion. $1 2 2 2 1 00 2ft 00 50 60 60 i subsiqucnt iusertion, .!:tor'i Notices, eacn, Untnrs' Notices, each. Lav Xoticen, each 3 ?c9. 6 mos....

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. — 23 June 1870

JLj Cumbria Freeman. I EDEN8BURG, PA. Thcrsdat Morning, : Jcsr 23, 1B70 Bot it is bu'.J that tou wish to kcrt the rso ni of Ebduilarg. No, not J. So far as I am prtoail; concerned, these people hare treat ed m with ublfrm kindaesa and .courtesy, and 1 will not hart tbm. Extiact Irom the speech of Abraham Kopelin, Siq., at the Jctmatowa meeting. It was Tery kiad acd coralderate, but very hypocritical, on the part cf Mr. Kopelin to thus publicly announce that he would not hurt the people cf ELerfburg. In view of hit disclaimer of 8ny hostile intentions towards our people, it is fnir to presume that the people of this "ubeolete village," will now breathe freer and deep er ; and in their name, therefore, we ten der him their most profound feelings of consideration and respect. His counter feit magnanimity has relieTe-J our "pec-pie" from a great impending calamity, and for this we know that their hearts yearn to ward "Fathir Abraham" with the most enlarged feelings of gratitude, as well...

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. — 23 June 1870

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