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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 September 1867

u u J :. . . t. w fi Mifll if iff Ml' Q - 1 s- . joSSXSTOX, Editor. VOLUME 1. T II K v, r;j. an ruHM.-uiizo ;i:V TIU'BSDAY MOKNING, iiioburg, Cmulirla Co., I'n., :,;; n: payable vHuin three ; . ' vrt u'ii: rj? subscribing : -.;: year. - -"months, - - - $2 00 - - 1 00 ,-, three months, 60 w'-. i tY! tj pay their subscriptions r i:.e . n of six months wul e Pit of $2.50 per year. !. ! t ' pay until after the ex- !.. ;:.oulhs will be charged at ;?.'' per year. hers constitute a quarter; months; an-! fifty numbers, UTi:s OK AIViI;TISlXfJ. : 12 lines, one insertion, i: .- :!: ::, , N . ' :, each, i.'t'-r ' . tices, each. H oo j 5 o a. o o 00 50 N '.-.es, each, ' '..ii. each. 1 50 1 ir. $ C 00 1 2 00 15 00 25 00 28 00 C5 00 00 00 G 00 n cents 3 kos. 0 $ -2 50 $ 4 00 5 00 8 00 7 00 10 00 1 1 iires, "i lines'. r c b-.v.ni, 0 50 1 1 00 : ! , 11 00 10 00 : '--n. 1 1 CO 2". 00 i . 'u: .:i, 'Jo 00 35 00 i : il or Business Cards, nut :';;.g 8 lines, with paper, w-.'y Notices, over six lines, ti ...

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 September 1867

GAMBHIA JKBMM. "ebensuuhg, pa., 'J'livir-DAV, : : : Keit. 19, 1807. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. KOR JCT-OK OK M'PREME COVRT: HO. 'cEOnCE SIIARSWOOD, Of Plitlndelplit. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. F R ASSFMBT-Y : IIox. JOHN 1. LINTON, Juhnetown. FOH SHERIFF : JOHN A. BLAIIi, Ebcnsburg. Fi'R TliEASUKER : JOHN COX, Concmaugh. JOHN A. KENNEDY, Currolltown. FOH JUKT COMMISSIONER : JOHN DECK, Currolltown. mn roon hoitse itrm'T' r : JOHN D. THOMAS, Ebcnsburg: FOR AVD1TOKS : EDW. D. EVANS, Croyle, 3 years. JOHN F. ALLEN, Yoder, 1 year. for coconkh : J. A. IIAKKOL1), Juhr.sJcwn. . A2ts: you asskssj:w i Our Democratic friends should look to tho assessment list without thlay, and sec that their own names and thosu of their Democratic neighbors are registered, or sonie of you may be cheated out of your votes. D not prida yourself ujwn the i Ii'.i that because you have been a voter and paid ) our taxes for a number of years that your name is properly entered on the list, but go and see for yourself, l...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 September 1867

4 JuiSYf : : : yElT- 10' 1SG7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL rDnssBcnd and' Ckessok liAii.no.vD. On and fter Monday. April 19, 1807, .,n this road will run as follows : tEave Keessburo i. g 03 a. m., connecting with Day Express K.ist anil Phil. Express West. 7 13 r". m., connecting with Phila. Ex. ' Kist ami Mail West. Lfave Cuessox Vt'(i.2l a. n., or on departure of Phila. ' " Express West. v s 40 r. M.. or on departure of Phila. Ex press East. Up! Another issue of t lie Freeman . , c': cIm.Ii' two-thirds of the first year of f,r!:icaUcn, anl as many cf our patrons ;".'e ..., y.t paid their subscriptions', and at w il i'i-.:VsC urtfd the money, we trust that i ir--t!'J rciuinrl.r will have the desired , " '. We do not require any more than t7Kt year from anyone who will pay that un'!i:it' voluntarily, but if we are forced to t iWt wL it is duo us at the end of the year ri'C cs'.ra rxpetrso will have to be forthcom i r -frt-:a those iu arrears. In order to afford rh as we can the opportunity of...

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. — 19 September 1867

lYcciium cl Srcccli at llic Soutfi. The Mongrel papers keep up their usu :d hypocritical howl about "freedom of the press-," all the time that they are tanking out every vestige of "freedom at the South. To show how "freedom of the press"' flourishes within the dominions of ti e Five Monarch?, it may he well to refer to the case of The Constitutional 12a ,7', a very conservative, moderate paper, published at Camden, Ark., :md edited by Col. A. W. llobson, member elect to the United States Congress. One d:iy among the local items of this paper there iippcared the following paragraph : A Dt-cni:i) Xcisancb. We are credibly informed th.U the sof tiers stationed at this place, are in tbe habit of coming up to town quite frequent!, and petting so inebriated as to be totally indifferent as to decency, I ronritty, or anything else, and as they t.vag$.cr au stagger toward camps, use such profane and obscene language and make sad) obscene exhibitions of themselves as would make the mcst obdu...

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 September 1867

r ' ' ' : 1 : " " .... r . - ,. ,, - , - i o - ) - 5 I 1 " 1 -i5 a' ' - -' . "... J i ' 9i i i IV I- Je st id J ti 1 ill jjOHXSTOX, Editor K U WOK THB TRCTII MAKES FHEE, A3ID AIlE Y..AT.M U1:slDE OLUME J, II. A. 91TJKC, Pubtihe r. WHOLESALE bub mm i U.1RSHBERGER & CO., MUX STREET, orrosiTE scott novsE, JOHNSTOWN, PA., constantly for sale the largest and best assortment of pure toGS & MEDICINES I If CAMBRIA COUNT V. NTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Alcohol, Turpentine, : Wines and Liquors, best brands, 4000 Lbs. White Lead, I mm BLAS5, PUTTY, : ia fact everything kept in a first-class Dtkj Store, all of which trill be ID AT CITY PRICES, HLER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS, bj the dozen or by the gallon. QUICK SALES, JIICK SALES, O.UICK. SALES, AND SMALL. PROFITS. AND SMALL PROFITS, AND SMALL PROFITS, GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE. GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE. GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE, EBENSRURG, PA. KB ENS BURG, FA. EBENSBURG, PA. ' The Largest Stock of Goods. The Best ocieciru and me urea lest variety e...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 September 1867

C1MBRU FHBBM1N. ' itex5Dui:g, rA., lnrK-DAT, : : : Sett. 26, 1867. of this fact, let there be a unite! effort on part of the tro friends of constitutional liberty to bring out the fsiU Democratic vote. Now ia the timvj to prepare for ac tion, and no one should permit a feeling of apathy to deter him from working zeal ously nnd unceasingly in aid of the good cause. Never since the dark cloud of despotism enshrouded our fair land has there been such a cheering prospect of re demption from the many political evil9 I which onnrpsfl ns. and If we are onlv true TnTL Af SFMBLT : 4 ' 1 ' IIox. JOHN 1 LINTON, Johnstown, 1 to our country, true to ourselves and true to posterity, wo will strike a blow on the second Tuesday of October next which DMOCRATtCSTATE TICKET. ros jopok cf erpKEMB court : HO. GEOBGP SIIAItSWOOO, Of PbllkdclpUla. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. POLITIC II. ITC.nS. FOB SHERIFF : JOHN A. BLAIR, Ebensburg. FOR TREASURER : JOHN COX, Conennugh. FOR COMMIftRIOXEU : JOHN A. KENNEDY, ...

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 September 1867

V a" " t'.- its . a ' U:i. Hi, '1 he 1 1. i f'-t i ;1 t It vfc it t'5 JjUKSDAT, : : : SEPT. 2C, 1867. " "local and personal EBE58BCRG AND CfiESSOM RaILEOAD. Oa and Monday, April 19, 1807, ins on this road will run as follows : LjAve Ebknsbcbq itfl.05 a. m., connecting with Day Expross " East and Phila. Express West. 7.15 r. m., connecting with Phila. Ex. East and Mail West. LtAVK Cr9sos H 9.24 a. m.. or on departure of Phila. Express West. At 8.40 P. it- or on departure of Phila. Ex press East. Editori tiTiES, Local and General. Another poem from the pen of "Linnet" grace our columns next week, fbs winter term of the public schools of ti's borough commences on Monday next. Typhoid fever and dysentery is said to bo prevailing to a considerable extent in Holli- J.ivsburg. The corner-stone X a new M. E. Church was laid with appropriate ceremonies, at Duncansville, Blair county, on Thursday. The Carrolltown pic-nic, held on Tuesday, was in every respect a most enjoyable affair. We expec...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 September 1867

TALUADLB ItCCIl'CS. A ItEcirii Worth OxkTiioi-saxdDoi tJlus The Ohio Cultivator Bay a : Take one pound of sal soda and a half a pound of unpacked liine, rut t,l?n jn a gallon of water and boil twenty minutes; let it Ntand till cool, then drain off and put in i strong jug or jar, soak your dirty clothes - jvcr uight, or until they are wet through, ' ' then wring them out and rub on plenty of boap, and in one boiler of clothes well cov ered with water add one teacupful of - washing fluid ; boil half an hour briskly, then wash them thoroughly through one ' suds, rinse, and your clothes will look bet- tcr than the old way of washing twico be fore boiling. This is an invaluable recipe, and I want every poor, tired woman to f i try it. I think with a patent washiub to yfdo the little rubbing the washerwoman f f might take the old Bible and compose her-i- : ecU on a loungo and let tho washing do t ; itself. ' j Milk and Osion Juice vor Dropst. ' Dr. Fautier, a French physician, re f lates ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 October 1867

-" V 5 I. JOHXSTOJ5, Editor H M A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FHEE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE, VOLUME 1. 1S6I. 1867. I am now prepared to offer SlTEIUOR INDUCEMENTS TO CASH PURCHASERS OF ffi 4 SHEET-IRON WARE! EITHER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. lfj stock consists in part of every rariety of Tin, Sheet-Iron. COPPER AND BRASS WARES, ENAMELLED AND PLAIN SAUCE-PANS. BOILERS. &c. COAL SHOVELS, MINE LAMPS, OIL pivj rmnPP,TTPVrotTTxrn it rT WAKE OF EVEKY KIND. Spent' AntiDmt HEATING and COOKING STOVES, EXCELSIOR COOKING STOVES, IvjI-LC, TRIUMPH and PARLOIi COOK ING STOVES, J any Cooking Stove desir&d I will eet -eu oiuVrod at manufacturer's prices. rij'r.jfo Plates r.nl Grates, &c, for re- on Land for the Stoves I sell; other .11 be ordered when wanted. Particular attention given to bating, Valleys and Conductors, '.'.J which will bo made out of best mata i.i.i and put up by competent workmen. Uap Burners, Wick and Chimneys WHOLUSALfct OK KHTAIL. :-tnl call particular attention to...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 October 1867

7 "I "1 f f t i r f . : A- if ii -it v. CAMBHH PKEEHM. FEEXSBLWG, PA., Thcksdat, : : s Oct. 3, 18G7. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. 70.1 JCPGK OF SUPREME COCRT : MO. GEOI1GE SHIRSWOOD, Ot Philadelphia. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. FOB ASSEMBLY : Hos. JOHN 1 LINTON, JoLnBtowa. FOR SHERIFF : JOHN A. BLAIR, Ebensburg. FOR TREASURES : JOHN COX, Conemaugh. FOR OOMMI&SIONEB : JOHN A. KENNEDY, Carroiltown. FOR JCRT COMMISSIONER : JOHN BUCK, Carroiltown. FOR POOR HOUSE TI RECTOR '. JOHN D. THOMAS, Ebenburg. TOR AUDITORS : EDVf. D. EVANS, Croyle, S years. II. K. SHAFFER, Conemaugh, 1 year. for coboser : J. A. IIARROLD, JubnBtown. Acditok. Henry 11. Shaffer, of Con emaugh township, has been placed upon the Democratic ticket for Auditor for one year, in lieu of John F. Allen, Esq , de clined. Mr. Shatter is an excellent citi zen, a competent man, and a sound demo crat. Jl'BGE. If you are in favor of compelling a nian who makes a bargain to pay in gold or silver to live up to bis contract, vole for ...

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. — 3 October 1867

r JjUBRIl FREE OCT. 3, 18G7. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . . -0nl to School Directors " came too " f t insertion in this week's Freeman. 'S'e n(luence ne contlDuetl serious .V.Vthe publisher of the Alleghanian, ":?r will ue issue( from that office the fi!rt week. 'ff,)0f the largest and finest droves of o't'e that traveled the road this sum- 1 . I. xrvll nl SM,v i fill' Tt Petmndil GJ-- f rt. r pass 1 Otl i UeSUU V KMCilWlJ i'her cow was KUiea on tho Branch o! on Monday evening, the property, we nf Mr. John hvans. This is the r- i ,,, kiUoJ within ten days. "i'pki,!ical meeting held in Johnstown, on vl.-eninc of tne 21st uIt began n rt J?-ff Wili I Il3 1 icsiutuij uu.i 1.1 ii 1 1 j't" n3 a failure. T' ws Reams, a coal miner employed '" . , AT'. 1 1 . .. DrirtolV station, .icaiiuuinauu wuui), k'ill by a mass of slate falling on him vfl.iicat v.-orlt v.i mices, on mursaay 'i'ternrK ii Uit. ' The barns of Mr. Gibson Lightcap, near w Aiexitidrii, an Josiah Masters. " f"pra:1k lin township, West...

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. — 3 October 1867

1 3C2 nsrcuD dees: I t I t I- f f i t : 1 b I .' 1 1 - - r Thin" to be rtememTprctl TTlien 9 lot go to Vote. "When you g? vote, remember that the Union i ncU wiored. When you vote, remomber that all the blood fitsd and all the treasure ex pended la the war Lave failed to purchase peace. V!lCn you go to vote, remember that the Union might have been restored and that peaoe naigbt now prevail, bnt for the opposition ef the loaders of tbe Republican party. When you go to vote, remember that the Constitution is being continually vio lated and constantly sneered at Wlion you go to vote, remember that Thnd. Stevens openly declares that Con gress in acting "outside of the Constitu tion." When you go to vote, remember that negro repnblics have been set op on the nun? of eleven of the States of the Union. When you go to vote, remember that Tiiife men fcnvo boon repeatedly deposed by military satraps to make room for ne gro officials. When you go to vote, remember that a r";:i ban already been...

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. — 10 October 1867

7 i -r fciJ '?3 5' V I.jOISXSTGX, EtSilcr, IS A FREEMAN IV II O HI THE TKCTII HIAIiKS FREE, AXD ALL A.1E SLAVES UE53IOB. 2. A. K'KaE, VOLUME 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1867. NUMBER 36. I - u . NMaB--n THE Cambria Jxeancm WILL BE PCBLISnED yKY THURSDAY MORNING, lB belurgr, Cambda Co., Ia,, ijfvU"Wi'ij rales, payable v.-iikin three uouths from dale of eubsQi ibing : Creepy, one year, 2 00 six mouths. - - - - 1 00 .....Ti.Vv. three months, - ... 50 n-i, j :C v,-ho fu.il to pay their subscriptions c-u'l after l-c expira'in f months will o'largeJ at t1je rate f 52-50 per year, rj fh who fail to pay until after the ex j'ra;;, 0f twelve months will bo charged at ;v'e v-a'o ff $3.00 per year. "'Tivelve numbers constitute a quarter; tffeutv-five, six months; and fifty numbors, HAT 1-3 r ADrS&TiaiKO. Ce square, 12 lines, one iuBer'Jon, ..b tubscquer-t insertion, iujiror's Notices, each, Tjiaiaietrutorj' Notices, eatoh, $1 00 25 2 00 50 2 50 1 50 1 yr. $ 0 00 12 00 15 00 25 0...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 10 October 1867

y I I i I' 1- I 1 ? " ZEENSCURG. PA., 'Itirksda, : : : Oct. 1G, 18G7. '!. ArOi OGT. The election haB demanded 'so ranch of our time an J energies that vc .have found it imposiiblo to do full justice , to ihe present issue' of our paper. We Med, however, that the gl'Ul tidings which ho IVceman conveys to R3 rollers this week will make ample amcn for U.l shortcomings in other respects. OTCEBESTED VICTORY FSNKSYLVAKIA EEDEE2IED ! XSRAND POLITICAL S3IASII-UP! TJiKe Algiers ami U3iic2t ESur lcl In Use WALLACE BEEN FIEARD FROM. As we go to press the returns arc mea gre and unsatisfactory, but enough has Ixjon received to enable us to assure our reader?, ;hat we have achieved a glorious f victory. iSharswood is triumphantly tlect- ?j ed by a handsome majority, and doubtless ' r ; n Democratic Legislature baa been chosen, t 1 Not withstanding the fallinjr: off in the I ' vote, the Democratic counties nobly eus X ' tained themselves, holding the voto of last 1 ! year Cambria, Clarion, Clearf...

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. — 10 October 1867

OCT. 10, 1867. tl !ie LOCAL AND PERSONAL. aSd Cbkssoj Railroad. 1 connecting with Day Express I i Pliili. Express West. k5 ..' onnoctine with Thila. Ex. M3. p'. ''j Mail West. gl I. or on departure ef Phlla. I c'r.s West. j r or on dePr lur0 of Pllila E- jffCW is Cambria. The result of v--J . . . i: - 1 - -jjne CXpecianuus. muiuua, ever 'the &ctt Democratic cause, has more heart within her limits will be -'- . . i I . - T i im iirKpn tov 1aain ' .ifviD record our couuty made for 1 fv . Tnp-sdav last. The majority on the lu-ot will" probably reach 1,100, while J "of the candidates on the county tic- j-j nr more, we give sucn oi toe re "'1 r.n the nrincipal officers voted for &s reached us up to Wednesday af tei noon, . fibular t" wtcnieufc oi wunu wo are ln- .,j to Geo. W. Oatman, Esq i vheny Supreme Judge Sharswood, tviiliaii-.a R. 21. Assemblv Lin- 1.5? , ' " r . n 175; Singleton, R, 21. Sheriff 't D 17G; Rjcknian,R, 21. Treasurer ' 'n' 17C ; McDermitt. R, 21. Com. EUv, D, ...

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. — 10 October 1867

2 CZ3 I Ji i s 1! 1 4 i V' 1 I V i i V.1LIMKLE IIUCIVHS. ! !KErSTKAK PlK. CoVCT the bottCMTl of ntleep plate with paste. Cut the beef in tg pieces convenient for the mouth ; spread then evenly over the paMa ; then add but ter, Hour, pepper, salt, ami water ; cover with paste, press the edges firmly, and cut a gash in the centre of the pie. It is good cold or hot. If U) Lo used cold maLe a gravy by boiling a bit of the bone, sea soning it the same us the pie ; heat th'i gravy and nerve it with the pie. Pota toes ufo all the vegetables needed they should be ir.aehed. These pies can be made from cold beefsteak left the day be fore, but are not tpaito us godd. It iri an important fact that, if incut-pie is made w "about a hole in the crust, to let out cer tain emanations from the meat, colic, vom iting, and other hymptoms of blight poi oniug, will occur. To Ktxr CiDKii SwafeT. The Uiicu 1 1. -raid fctates that A. G. Williams, of Hampton, Oneida county, Las a method of keeping cider wort...

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. — 17 October 1867

WJUwJW sesmsss' iJMmmm ) R t. J0IIXSTO3J, Editor HE IS A FRBE3IAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLATES BESIDE, VOLUME 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17,1867. NUMBER 37. T II V. mnurici Jfrccman WTLT. BE PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY MORNING, B Kbfnibnrg! Cnlrl Co., Pa., lU following rates, payable within three months from date of subscribing : 0,:e copy, one jcar, ----- $2 00 One copy, ix months, ... - 1 00 tue copy, three months, - - - - 60 Those who fail to pay their subscriptions until after the expiration of six months will fee chnrgeii at the rate of $2.50 per year, UJ those who fail to pay until after the ex piration of twelve months will be charged at he rate of $3.00 per year. Twelve numbers constitute a quarter; twenty-five, six months; and fifty numbers, one year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, 12 lines, one insertion, ioh Mibsequent insertion, Auditor's Notices, each, Administrator.' Notices, each, Executors' Notices, each, tray Notices, each, $1 2 2, 2 1 00 ...

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. — 17 October 1867

f I Mi i CAMBRIA HtBEMAN. XB&K3DUfiV. PA., Oct. 17, 1867. Tip.:bat, : : : C3:J33a.TtJLAT0aY ADDRESSES Psu'KTi atjo Stats Committbk Rooms. I'hiudklPiIIA, October 9, 1867. ' To the Democracy of Pennsylvania : ' Victory crowns yoar efforts anl Penn- I njlvaaia is redeemed. " i The Keystone proclaims her. hatred of despotism, her foally to the law, her fi- i delitv to the Constitution. . You have elected Judge Shai:svooi, a representative man, to the Supreme Hench ; ieversed the majority of last year, and ad ded to the number" of your Senators and xuf mbers of the House of Representatives. New York and New Jersey will follow where you have led, and the future is your own if you will grasp it. To your untiring efforts in the work of organization is this result mainly due, and to you belongs the honor of the triumph. New honors await you, new labors are bf fore you. You have won the fight for position, let v.s now prepare for the great battle of the 1 coming yar. Hedging ourselves to ...

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. — 17 October 1867

OCT. 17, 1867. "tOCAL AND PERSONAL. AND CRESSOX ItAILKOAD. i,is road will ruo as follows : ,T EcsssnrRO- mnci'tiri'T with Div Kinross ,605 v,t and Phila. Express West. o -.- i ,. p y., connecting with .Phila. Ex. 'jr .;t ami Iail Wi'bt. -i . n... or on departure of Tbila. Wet. or oa departure ef Phila. Bx- . fi 4-1 1"- T.:i!5!l Catt .. .JUi .iTii-b, Local and Gilnehal "r..B.vrJ Gazette has the large t ce '.. , a t!.e State. V"( 'i,t A'lt'jh&nUn is cut in a rmr.ly , Jt.IjU if tho "midnight handbill.": Vie ir.vite attention to tbe advertisement rv -:'o friend, Andy Maguire, .in. our !.. iav. We ehall refer to it more at .' ;h crxt tt-k. -.. . i V' v u radicals of .the. Indiana dls ..'t v'e a n.ei; cr of the Legislature at the e'.tv'.i' ? Biicaw tbe Germans of the Hi'-'-'-iu't R-llow Kim met. J ;n il. B'lk, F .- j . Democrat, is tlected v-'-.ivr'r tlse Lycoming, Union and " ;.r f'-by a small majority, lion, f Y.:' formerly of this place, was sc n;poa-.' v (;,'. l.'an.i'tu . Sloan, ...

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. — 17 October 1867

CC2Jai2S22llX5 II2S333IQ1-Tr-'-"' 5E,OZ2rM?&:&S31j2Zl. - aOL n ! i 6' K ! KM ill 1 i tf I I 1 I 1' I u t',' t 1 l f-.i UErCxIHED XEtVS ITE7I, Tt intimated that the head of the Radical tariff business, Congressman Mor rill, has come back from Europe a free trader. Two St. Louis Radical war preachers lately went to see the Black Crook, (to get a good text, of course,) but they acted so strangely that the polica arrested them. . A barrel of new cider in a state of fermentation exploded in a store in Pari, 111., tho other day, knocking one man eight or ten feet, bursting the barrel into frag ments, and scattering the contents in every . direction. A new feature is about to bo intro duced in New York journalism. It is to be a critique of all the clergymen of any note in the metropolis. Their matter and manner are to be as coldly and impartially judged as they would be were they actors. A terrapin was found in Chesterfield County, Va-, a faw days ago, with the incription "1775 V. ...

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