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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 June 1870

A Tennessee Wonder. A. correspondent of the Cincinnati Com mercial tburf describes Nickajack 'from Nig ger Jock's) Cave, twenty-one miles tvect of Chattanooga : - Tho Cave is probably tbo largest ra 'the 1 rstate, and to explore it even tmt'n short distance ia enough, to satisfy one ttt St is 'grand, gloomy an. I peculiar.' Its mouth m about one buudred feet wide aud 'near fortj- feet high. It isarched overheat! with pure granite, which presents a smooth sur face some fifteen feet thick. The first two hundred feet of the cave is a, large 'room arched overhead, and a portion of it having nnyotb tl jor of dirt. It is a very popular place for balls, p'.c-mcs and Fourth of" July assemblages, the temperaturer'always bein AeiigHtfal. Tradition tells of a targe num ber of interesting and horrible affairs con: nected with this cave. Deadjnienj and JeaJ men's bones, Lave been found in its gloomy recesses. During the "war, and after the fall of Nashville, Cheatham's command vncampwl OQ the ba...

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. — 30 June 1870

II II 1 1 J li P 4 .tf'r,l,:' EJitor and Iullfclier. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRlfTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $i per year In advance, q " - K - . b OLUJIE 4. ie'Cambria Freeman VERY THURSDAY MOKNING, At Ebcnsbnrff, Cambria, to., fa. : folloiciii'J rates, payable icithin three "linths fiom date of subscribing : UP' .,.!, .... l nn 60 'n-aeffhofail to pay their subscriptions 't,i. the expiration of six months will .jarred at i.ie iaie jem, -tu, fftli to rav until after the ex- i of twelve months will be charged at r. f 00 Der rear. -Vre numbers ronstitnte a quarter; .V-nve, 311 mouius; anu uny uumutrn, RATES OI- AUVtuusmu. .r'Uire, 12 linen, one insertion $1 00 2ft 00 60 i:( oticcs. each. '.'Xutntor ' Notices, each. 2 o 1 .Raters' Notices, each. 601 ::iy Notices, each 60 3 7WC3. $ 2 r.o 5 00 : oo 9 L0 11 00 14 00 2.r, 00 6 mos. 4 4 00 8 00 10 00 14 00 1C 00 25 00 1 yr. -1 -art, 12 lines, $B 00 12 00 16 00 26 00 25 00 85 03 CO 00 6 00 ".ires. 24 linea, u-ter column...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 June 1870

V Cambria Freeman. EDCXSBURG, PA. TnuHfUAT Morning, : Jink 30, 18V0. The correspondent of the Johnstown Tribune courts ami challenges criticism, "full, free and mnnly, of the jpnrcrie' involved in the removal question. There is nothing of the kind In it, and we have often heard of men having terribly wrenched themselves by kicking at a mere ly imaginary and unsubstantial object. Ik the- editor of the Ashland Advocate should see proper hereafter to copy into his paper an original article from the Free man, he ought, according to the well ro cognized rules of the profession, say where it came from. The instance of a viola tion of this rule in his lart issue is not the first that has come under our notice, other wise we cou Id not be so tenacious of the. right to our own property, lie as true ns Steel, Jamef, in the right, but don't be on the s teal. We. asserted in this paper two weeks ngo, in an article reviewing the Johnstown address, that, "never prior to the Legist lative session ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 June 1870

51'S it Lin.,. . . if-'tsof tis. 1 -.tfs. 8 ar- on M-rinj., w 1 Pl-r. Oils. Tt y ha.-. This frH. "'i? int d in th:,. ''-ravel Hrp, that "'TH, , 'K in th. TV? "ar h im-i i'liiftyg.- not n- rc-mair; "if- It Is 'i, and n'.r par;,. IU-'-.U; n ol u w ni-rntra. filly . lilil.Mc:, hi-iid v '1 r'-'i:ii' null nr. ruvy, n- !.v iirim withm. in i .ih, " ri c-oiv, iilthya. nn.li! -i!-wa: iim! k, 4 hp uvi n :;!)'! : y-ii y vavs'. U( !.u. f f ii.lv. - in: rlajrccmau. . : JUNE SO, 1870 PERSONAL rvr.s AND PbSCILlNCS ' ' ,1c Iranian nut week, as j :' k V, brate the Fourth. j '!J ii inirnction will be disposed i -:;i:1c:lit,j..wuh. ; ' ...killed t-y te cars between . '.. nut T -- v . .. t,U to bsvo gene to 'living rhiUren 1 . 1 ..ip mma mac PS SIM liJll WU.H. to i'ef-ts. call "rand- '' t? "f P"'ue township, In- -C'V-. ,r Wlip-itficld towrshin. T-. . : r ei - .1 ii is been committed to jail ., minted rape. In. trl 1 hi was''1111 'J " 4'lV4lw' . J A I y An r n ur c.'iiiuy. un ,.,..o !; !'! hereto. I3nll...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 30 June 1870

i love: you i A tired worntiD Lushed to nlwp her babe. "Beauty ODCe made ber face radiant, pcrbapr, bat all that beauty is gone now. The blue ey is dim and faded the pole brow is cov ered with lineii of care. Perhaps with that fai cfl look of hers she sees little grave?, green with many summers, ilcr home is very humble all day 6he has toiled, and the fainting spirit almost surrenders to fa tigue, the down-cast eyes trembling with tears, she is so weary tnd every nerva tin gles when those boys come hungry from school, some with a tale of sorrow that moth er must hear. k :- Alter they are hushed with . kieses or chidiogs, it is time to get'anpper for seven hungry mouths, and the accustomed never ending of putting away ai'd; cleaning' up, till the worn out creature wonders with a sigh If there will really come a rest for her "-an eternal rest. At lat she can seat her weary limbs in the corner rocking chair. The baby, whose eyes close fitfully to low lullaby, lies in her fath er's lap....

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 July 1870

IIE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH, MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $2 per year In advance OLUME 4. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1870. NUMBER 24. Dl A 1H TIHXG, 10 lll j a GOOD THING in tBhNSbUKU. "oYALTY SUPERCEDED I "Utilise of Tudor" Surrendered TO THE SMALL FRY r . f STORE! SEW GOODS! 14 Sew lnaucemenis i Street! lcw Prices ! A. Gr. ,.Ua ro'pession of the rooms on High .,rt (three uoors iroiu v-mc '.ffrotW oarupied by R. H. Tudor, ' into birh lie has just introduced i mammoth assort mnt of to & DRESS GOODS, ; of erervtliiiig nnd much more than ..i-i. in tl.'m "neck of timber" lias vet weteuded to teep, and every r i- r t.:K -ill . arunc ui un.n n VERY CHEAP FOK CASH! .iijnaiAXCE for coiNtar fEorpce. nr.Trn KF.EPS KETTER OOODSI lipKALER KEF.PS MORE GOODS ! S0rEAl.FR SELLS CHKAt'KK! 50 DEALEU StLLS MUKL : FRF.' TRY FRY!! TRY FRY!!! ny frvm Fry! tiny from fry ! ! I :fuy if you w.int to buY Lt Dre?s Goods at the fairest prices. I' FRY IF YOU W.iXTTK) HUY n, CliW...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 July 1870

1U Cambria Freeman. tDK$BURO, PA. Thursday Mobninc, : July I t, 1870. DEMOCRATIC COCXTY COSYESTIOH The Democratic lectors of the several Elec tion District cf Cambria couuty, will pleas' meet at tbrir respective election hou1?, on SATURDAY, ins tirn pat of Algcbt, ISM), between the hour of 1 and a o'clock, p. m., and -leot two deieutea each, to attend the County Convention to" be held in Ekusluig, on MON DAY, mi 6th dat of ACOV.6T, ls7U, to place in nomination a County Ticket, to be supported by the people at the ensuing- jroueral election, and to transact such other business aa the inter- of the party may require. By order of the Committee. F. A. SHOEMAKER, Chniiinan. Ebeueburg-, July 11, 1S70. It afiords us pleasure to state, as we have no doubt it will our readers to learn, that the able end eloquent Daniel Yoorhtcs boa been renominated aa the Democratic candidate for Congress from th Terre Ilaute district of Indiana. He baa a bard road to travel, but u Le has ou e before "made L...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 July 1870

5 ZT : : JULY .14, 1870. '.. .-m ml and near Home. r borough baa just been treated to a 1 oc-up,-,tnwn lettet has been nusuua, ana I..rrroltO ' hllah it. our fi!u"? 5 ,.f st Lawrence church la to .nlclntrtTS, August 10th. Of tw,TMter" one of the oldest citizens li1 dfeJ I to that place, after a long f . .r.nra. 01CU "o,r,rar week. ..n,. ou o'"'-v' - i., .,-fr""-r r.roi'.v. n inuca rwun u incin w.a;.ivTnot inanv days ao. B that Vtruok bv the Pacific Ex- 5rlyrV put and seriously injuk-ed. iDoWoll. wrU known 08 a Johns- "i Jied in that place on Wednes e. nf Johnstown Iron ore has been ;c,tC that'll will pay does not look like I "whiakeman on the Huntingdon and W'hvZ niad named Alfred Thompson, -Wlr a tram J l".Ti'irtT.P Johnstown District Court, t" ' A oiuhtv houseB anu tnree nun- :Mmnnureorleaa, was last week indo:Teaffcr.ofAltoo- T; . Thanks for a cornoineu iruir can ,. 0ur tnn" Uft .,-nn nf thn Jr , or at rxvnr witmn m drsl or r v,ndred and ninety-ninth time T H. i"- . nnmmmiinfMtfn...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 14 July 1870

A Ui 1 loONci.mro from rmr pa.uk. mi p pressed; ttaatafurwartls, wbeu f'aiueron "felt the pressure of the multiplied i&tor," he piopuwj to rrsUu, but coupled his oil' w with u couuiClou that "some ope should te appointed Kot unfriendly to bin policy," iwruflv. the poli y ol aruotni? Djroea,1 to" which Mr. Lincoln was himself opposed ; that Cameron uid resign upon th terms, and used the priviW-ge eout.dod to him by Hujorestinir the namo of Stanton. Every body who knows Himon Yim-ron will undcr vtand the object of draginjf this thin by the head and shoulders into your article. In fact and In truth, there was no kind of connection between these two men no syrupatny nor mii tuftl respoct, Cameron slid not resitt n he was TttrurVfd for jrood cnns. Hb had no lot or part intinmlnif Us successor.' The removal and the appointment were both made before Mr. Cam eron knew of either, and they were jnade be cause the President saw the necessity of boxing a man at the head of that department w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 July 1870

V "AZ ' --- r - "3?iSr- - V o I ,, piKr, Editor and Publisher; PLUME 4. Cambria Freeman irri.I. BE PUBLISHED EKV THURSDAY MORNING, At jbensbarg, GsmfiUa Uo., Pa. a rates, vavabte trithm thrte iJl-hifiuiiiJaieof subscribing: y, one year, - - - . if 00 .,pV, !li i' three months, - - 60 -''N' ....l who full to pay mur siiuatTJjmous jf.er the expiration of six months will jf,;! at the rate oi .ou per year, who fali to pay until after the ex u of twelve months will be charged at ,..f 12.00 per year. numbers constitute a quarter; six months; and nity uumoera, IT. RATES OF APVERTISIKO. jcare. 12 linos, one insertion, n 2 2 o aM 1 00 25 00 GO GO L0 inbsequeui iusituuu, V. it ires. each. iistrator;' Notices, each, its' Notices, each, it Notices, each 3 mos. 6 mo.t. $ 2 f.O $ 4 00 5 00 8 00 7 00 10 00 9 GO 14 00 11 00 16 00 14 00 25 00 25 00 35 00 1 yr. $6 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 28 00 35 00 CO 00 6 00 ,re, 12 lines, ,ra,24 lines. uei, SC lines. :t column. column. j'iumn, jluain, .i inul or Busi...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 July 1870

Cambria Frcenmp. EBEXSBl'ItG, P. Thursday Morning, : Jclt 21, 1870. DEMOCRATIC COCSTY C'O.WEKTION Tta Democratic Huctor of tho ?cveml Elec tion Districts of Cambria -ouuty, will pleape mpft at their respective election house, on bATUKDAV, the 6th day of Arai'fT, 18.0. between the hours of 1 and 6 o'clock, p. m., ami fleet two delegates each, to aLUu.l the County Convention to le held in Ebenbburjr, on MON DAY, THE TH DAY OF ArOL'ST, WO, to pla-e ill nomination a County Tick;t, to be tuppoi-tetl by tho people at the ensulnjr jreneral election, aiul to transact Mich other business us the inter ests of the part j- may require. lly order of the Committee. F. A. SHOKMAKER, Chairman. Ebcufburg, July 11, 18T0. All Explanation. Wbcn one editor denies the truth of a statement made by another in reference to any question that may be the subject of controvtrsy between them, and calls for the proof, and when the latter furnishes it, the former is bound by every" principle of honor, as well as b...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 July 1870

.mhriFreeman. PERSONAL. .rrfl AND CliESSON RAIL ROAD. .MoDday, Juoe IStfc, 1870, bJ .m road will run as follows : i"j0. TiXG-LaTe "?bDl)ur; DVU ronnH;tlug-wiurir.t8Durga t-i-.:5f. Po m connecting wua Mail lxain r' j fpiiiiftdolphla Express East. JE w or on departure of Pittsburgh or on departure of Fhiladel- , 1'KCSIXGS AND PeKCTLIXGS. o dtorcheth, the Hies biteta, and man h most outrageously. ir. ,k. lt"eei u"ck ifl exciting the won- 1 1 re hundred pound black bear was Clearfield count y a few days ago. .,ther terrible accident from lightning in our Carrolltown letter to-day. fKi Steele, Esq.. of the Ashland Ad hss been re nominated for Assembly iVmocrtcy of Schuylkill county. J hn A- Oote, found guilty of rape and 1 to three years' imprisonment, was mtbe Tenitentiary on Tuesday morning sMford Springs has been afflicted with vGwrT and a band of gipsies, both at the woe". Verily, misfortunes never come i'tiototo italk four and a half feet long ihich wt attached fifty-four good sized...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 21 July 1870

IUl THE NEW.MOV5 HA V- morning stood the verdant pearst All wet with diamond dewa the tetire , , By oiffht serenely shedi - ' Thie evening, ilke an army slain, Tey clobber the pacific plain; t ' With their fast-fading dead. Aa J where they fell, and all around f Kdch perfumes in the air abound. ; , As If long hlddttn hives ui Fuuuen ncaaetMt were uiietm ut When on the freshly-trodden field They yielded up their lives. Iu idle mood I lore to pass, ', :- These ruins of the crowded grass, Or listlessly to He, Inhalirtfif the. deliclops scents fT Crushed from the downcast, verdurous tents Beneath the sunset sky. It is a pure delight, which they Who dwell in cities far away Prom rural Bcenes so fair Can never Know in lighted room, Pervaded oy exotic blooms, .This taste of natural air. This air, so softened by the breath Exhaled and wafted from the death Of herbs that simply bloom, And scarcely noted, like the beet Doar friends With whom thia world is blest, Await the coming doom, And loa...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 July 1870

VVfi'kX lfrMRV 7f 4 El Win A. VI' I At V J it if t Y 1i SSii j iV;rV,SrVso;' (sWy . v I II .El 1 1 t . I II i 111 if I I r I E 1 1 1 1 '" M iiiiE, Editor and Publisher. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $'Z per yeaf In advance OLUME 4. Cambria Freeman lie irrTT. BE PCBL1SUF.D ERy THUKSDAY MORNING, f Ebensbarg, Cambria Co., Pa. Al . . .mi..- it..-. fullutciUJ rates, yayuuic uuiun i.tc ontns j' ('- v - nne vear. ----- ou copy mouths, 00 60 ri'r three months. '1 u-ho fail to pay their subscriptions "ifter tie expiration of six months w ill at the rate of $2.50 per year, ,e who fali to pay until alter the ex n of twelve months will be charged at ateff $3.00 per year. v,!ve numbers constitute a quarter; rv-firc, six mourns j anu miy uumuws, jear. RATES OF ADVERTISING. uare. 2 lines, one insertion Subsequent insertion, $1 2 2" 2 1 00 25 00 60 60 50 Mtratorr Notices, cacn, tators' Notices, each. jv Notices, eacti 3 7W03, C mos. I 4 00 8 00 10 00 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 July 1870

HIT BBttW! Cambria Frcciiuin EBEXSZUHG, P.4. TuCRSDAY Mor.MSC, Suicide of the Frcitili Mluisier. On Wednesday morning of last week M. Pkevost Pahapol, the newly np- Ji l-j 28, IS70. i pointed Minister from France to this gov ernment, committed suicide in his own house in Washington city, by shooting UEMOt'ltATIC COIXTV tOXVE.VTlOS The Dotntx-ratif flr( tors of the severftl Floe- ! hlmlf t.,i. il.o liKurt with .1 nistol tion Districts of I'mnbrm t-uun!.v, will pi, a-e "-""c - r STVliVtveP ! It was a most sad and melancholy affair. noarsui iauiir,imw'k.i-,ji.,:uiu.-i'jie deceased Dad only arrivcu in mis etiU.' eat h. to attend ti:e County J J toi.eheld in utifiiiiiu-jj, imkMuN- country from Paris about ten days before H IW OF ACGCST, 1S70. to plflce in ! J J between the hours of 1 au.l fi o'clock, l" e-leet two il.'l(-fiiu.' Convention to 1UV T n K STH IVV;F AflfSl'.KV- 171) til I. Ill, Domination a County Ticket, to t.v supported I the commission of the terrible tragedy, imr .Mji.ic ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 July 1870

F r wis Cnnoral Mao- f o-nfir. -i "c Thou ! WK'v t a Drize story, mow; "um -p& the publish- j ! X-inJ t eUe- ". the August ! you t n""",, afwavs buy l . ..u i unDj - ,n this toast you . p. - Cambria Freeman. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1S70. I'.BKNSBtnO AND CKFSSON 11 MI. KflAD. on and after Monday, June 18th. ISTO. t r So ,r m I " Traina on t.la n-'m n . Si"", Vow sbouia laii io uu - ,,-e.n0' ,,e need ear, uu nncnunnry ;J!lx)j.m (i Fry, iu Lbeusbunf At 8:50 A.M., connecting with Pittsburgh F.x- Xjt0i , I At C:"- M- connecting with Mail Train n of the mm" ...-- , ... . u.ii,u..,.m.i. y.- i -usi. ' ' .Viothintr. -U1.U o ,, -Al " - or on ueparture of Pittsburgh At S:00. 1. M.,"r on departure of Fhiladel- ! .1u-,,8t to exhibit was paid for find his Honor puiu repress ivust. r,1Nv, - ,f ria the next tning :h'eh ' and believing It. you .. he ll'VC t.i...jinu-n. mill sro- VrtU IX-1U' linto" Kn i'iiiouey, und ,nd hording money ' honi?, Zs ru h you feel good. Local Corrpspoudciue. Johnstows, Jul...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 28 July 1870

lLS 1 1 i: Tbe Prussian and Frencli Coiu-oiandera. CENTRAL VON MOLTHF, tho Chief of Staff of the Prussian forces, wa3 born in Mecklenburg, in tho year 1S00. Hi father was an array c-cer. He was ed uctel at the military school cf Ovpeuhageu and eutered iuto the service of Denmark. But afterward when the annexation of Schles-wig-Holntein, where his fain-erc-woed proper ty, was under consideration, he accepted. tfr.e Oerman side of the dispute, and toufc service with Prussia, in 1322, gradually rising to a posit urn iu the staff ten years later. Short ly afterward he viiited Turkey, and was in vited by tbe Sultan to asMst iu tiro t-fTwrtu that monarch w3 then making to improve the military standing of tho Turkish army by the introduction of Kuropeau reforms. lie seems to hava been engaged in the ser vice of different States for several years tub scquently. It was uot until 1853 that ho acquired his present petition iu Prussia, lie published a report of the Autro-Ita!iun war of 1869, wi...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 August 1870

tfS " 1 " -erw. Mia-jagrjnwriijiMifc-yi tbiittt Ml I IIP tfTTTTOMWlWiTTTTTWTTMTwrMWriWWBriMlMMWTTTrwrrrri- I 1 n-i ittwww 1 IWMBMBUHHMHHflHHMMWMHi H;IISpttS s AlKKStlfil plKC Editor and IiMIslier. nE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTII MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE, Tcrm?i, $2 per year In advnncr, kUME 4. EBENSBURG, P ., THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1870. NUMBER 27. Freeman p iauiw1 C ,r ,. BE VCBUSHF.D rnY TIiriDAY MORNING, A'1"' .... mrirtiiiL llrce rhvini rait3' '"y"v - .,rv,coevear - - - - " J - v, three niui.u., l ho tail to pay their subscriptions the expiration ot six months will a the rate of $2 50 per year, ' " Kho fali to pay until after the cx :f tyelve months will be charged at H of $3-00 per year. . Vre numbers cousuiu H.v. , six months; and fifty numbers. o ITES OF AUtKH3invi. , ..are, 12 lines, one insertion. $1 00 25 2 00 2 .0 2 50 1 60 1 yr. $G 00 12 00 subsequent insertion, '-jstrator-:' Notices, each, Vntires. each, .vVutices, each 3 mos. C mos. $ 2 CO t 4 CO 5 00 8 00 7 ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 August 1870

-Jul Cambria Freeman. , PA. A to. 4, 1 870. Thcrsdat Morning", : 1)tM(M "A ru' COl-XTV contention ( The Democrat. eel.ctorw of thwveral Elec- ! tlon liiKtricts of Cambrm eouurv, will plec--e meet t thir liNMnrivi' Icrfion .i.-.i.ij mi HATVKDAY. the 6th day ok Ai ocst, Is:o. ltt-n th-bou.H of i ana ocU.:k, r. mJLiiA eh'ct two delegates each, to attend the Connrv Convention to li- lield in Ft. nsJmrjr, on MUN 1AY, the th kay or Alocst, IfTU, to place in nomination a County Ti ti t, to be supported by the people at the ensuing rn ral el.-etfon, mid to ( rausact such, other busiiKs as the inter fft of the party way n-qnire. Uy ordt-r o the Committee. ,-V 4" '"KMAKKR, Chairman. Ebensburtr, July If, PTT. The la Equity. It 18 well known and understood here I nnd in Jolinetown, and we may say I say throughout the county, that a Bill in ! .. . Equity is now pending in the Court of Common Hens, praying, for certain rca eona therein 5ct forth, that the County Commissioners may be restrained fr...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 4 August 1870

aBbria Freeman au. luir 4'b, ends ov .WVn1" ' . n. - -aiirrPO 1 'M.f- " ti,.JO in AUG. 4, 1870 Tocaland personal. TTt Kberfv to shoot Fquirrcl i cr!" eaa i,n it." hut ih woodcock j 15 th con denitst, will be ' this T)lace durinir i ...n;ai;i . " .. ..... .... 1 T KvcrvlioJy Ki.ofiM what thai more i odiipt cluhs have been or- j " fa til -tee reman? sumau ..- i Jin ', i-a caflc.riii'r aire to any ;(.,.eut r ,, , pj.errvhill township. fell over a mowing scythe, cotilii. .i covered one of his Him w": sine. I lff"mfil3 obituary notice, from the pen of UthLTfZnLi the hue Peter Chris- r Pt1 . -,.,1 has been handed to us with :"r puMir-'h. but we have found it im jei'.'0o io tliif week. ,f -0!'. "i:- fhilev rave birth to two l-Mr3: A' , , Cppnville. Indiana coun- iZht week. Enough of Cri . .Pts' at one time to suit the ambition IMW"' ,l,,r.L- t;a"nJob,ru in diflVewt local- n'.iiuia coaiitv were struck t)f iirih- '.""1 ,.tl-tt weeks. The barn (ImII 1IIC ("-" , , t i ;di nil its contents, and...

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