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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 20 May 1871

1 STIt.l. PICTURES, M 'leriuH Dnsurrrwt.Tpon on Vln i do wl'nnfM in Uliio. I Milan, fjr the ra6t two months has had a sensation, has been the centre again of a good deal of talk and interest, owing to the fact there has come Uon the glass of certain windows there the appearance of pictures of human faces that look somewhat like daguer reotypes that were taken twenty years ago, before the art was brought to its present high state of perfection. The first appear ance of the glass is a atony steel color, inter spersed with a dull ashen color. Or it has somewhat the appearance of water that haa tar or crude oil mixed with it, and one Can see the oily 6ubstance floating on the top of the water, giviug it a variety of colors. When this discoloration of the glass is first noticed, there is no clearly defined outline of a human face, but gradually, day by day, iD the centre of tnis discolored appearance, a face begins to shape and form, uutil it re quires no stretch of the imagination in or...

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. — 27 May 1871

il.u. C tin; yplEC, Editor and Publisher. nB IS A FREEMAN WHOII TIIE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $2 per year In ndrhsice ;?po5 re. ."kin , Us,' W 't . OLUME 5. :,,r RETAILERS ok Foreign ' 1 .,-nr MERrnAsnizK In Cambria '.I'lV-r the year 1871: 'r. et's:: - He , Ap.MSTOWX6UIP Lir'xc. ft H Charles IIclser.7 50 :"a!.VillESV TOWNSHIP. - Via' klic k 'township. pp',i i tViu x nonoron. ; , u .1 ism '. ,,,'rii' ;it 14 YA Harker&Son .. T ti U J Wertncr "" Va!'.P.1 A H.llJOmH. roo : w ' 00 (H) :oo 50 00 50 mi 11 Joiin tvurtz M:1 : mi 11 J Stilvioli n.ESKALK WIRorOU. T III 11 -M I OOtl'.'V ; mi 1-i John ltradlcy. : m iu.v towxphip. - :,r'.ntT. . " " , i kai::-" tor- -life C Sis. "or Vtv.'.i:! , TiV' r TOWNSHIP. ;. it 1 M cV J Brown. u p-i,.tli '" 11 -s s Faul ' ' (Ht-Tsi i'iscs itaxorcn. :v 1 7 Mi' 14 V.' V." Saupp 700 7 00 7 50 700 ' ; ,.;i uM:M vt till ISOKOrtai. i 1.1 .. 7 114 Bracken & Kgan V'.tiw'our. 7"'- , s.-m iu; nonorr.H. . ',, vi .1 :i" 14 .1 1 Thompso...

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. — 27 May 1871

yqgk'Tn Trains ET XUJCL TTOIOJISkJraJ' Cambria JTrtcmnn. EBEXSBURI2, PA. Satvrdat Morning, : Mat 27, 1871. Democratlo State Nominations. FOR ACDITOR 02KnALi General WILLIAM M'CAISDLESS, Of Philadelphia. TOR SURVEYOR GEXKRAL: C a rr a in JAMES U. COOPER, Of Lamrenee Count. Both Houses of the Legislature Lavs pass ed a resolution to adjourn to-dav (Saturday) at 12 o'clock. Ok the eight before the meeting of the Radical State Convention, John Scott ad dressed a Philadelphia Radical club, then at Ilarrisburg with the notorious William B. Benn as its leader. In which, among many tilings that were peculiar, he (Scott) said that "in his (Grant's) hands the destinies of the nation are ssfe, for the policy of his administration is the people's will." If this is true, which it is not, it ts moat remarka ble that the Radical State Convention re fused to endorse tlx San Domingo job and the Ko Kiux lLfamj, the only measures whtcd Grant has stubbornly pressed as "the policy of his administration....

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. — 27 May 1871

fdinbrifl MAY 27, 157 1. L0CAL AND PERSONAL. AM) Ckessos Kail Koad. nI.:l' onIy. May 171, rnr' Hows : benubn rjr f hipH'.' .!,.,tiinr with Crossoti Ac- XZXn Train t:(!0 -i and rhiUi.leiphia Express East at f BETr5 nd reach Ebensburg at 13:05 .....n a. - ill" r " , H..oron l(pn i"-" 1 """.r-'"' j-:' ' j.,; reaching tWDSUUig ui .uu Mihnp nt " Home ;n nn FriJav. -T,rl;"u; m with the broad guage tfrTCl :t .about a8 hot as they Whew! Jewlnhkens ! J"1 " . i ed that tho Broad Top Rill -;l t.e completed to Bedford by the latter ft ,,;,nieoU bear has turned up again -; l."e-;t of inutton. &'ne ?on of Wru. S. Marshall, of Al- t iron at Tilnip Fnrnflca nn ftH ;roin -- f!;.;.v,i,dt.r..kel.i3 arm. ; ,vt reIii!ea-.ai) who desired us to pub- .fVrt.ii1 articlo will call oa us we will V in hj we have not done so. ' :''" (Sittitic had three fingers taken off "'. saw t Dysart A: Son's mills, in .'jji'towDsliip. n t,e 15tn inst- '.. i." d-rtoor Indian," and several oil er - 1 . ' . ,i. i o r , the ...

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. — 27 May 1871

$ i 1 T1IR BLI E LAWS. of to be on Many of our readers, 7 who have often licanl ab ut tbe Connecticut "blue lawn," have probably never bail an opportunity of perusing that famous Code. ' The territory now comprised in the State of Connecticut was formerly two colonies Connecticut and New Haven. ' The colony of Connecticut was planted vby emigrants' from Massachu setts, at Windsor, in IC38. and at Hartford and VVethersford. in 1C35 aud:lG86. The l other colony, styled by- its founders the Dominion of New Haven, wns settled by emigrants from England in 1638. The two: colonies were united in 1855. , - . j The statutes copied below, from fn old! volume relating to the historj' of the Ameri can colonies, were enacted by tho people of the "Dominion of New Haven." The governor and magistrates, convened in geniml. Assembly, are the supreme power under God, ff this independent tlomini on. From.Hbe determination of the assembly no apiieal'thall be made. The governor, is amenable to the voice ...

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. — 3 June 1871

1 I1 "' I OLUME 5. 't nF KKT AIDERS ok Fokkign iI 1 ,.-., oi- .,.1...:.. ' v:' 1 " V-i-c! for tho year 1871 : ? ': I " . - . Tnl-vsuip I, .-..-. . y (.. i.. Lie ae.. ,;,t.. T-")i H Charles IIelscr.7 50 r;""u.'l!.Vl I K V TO W " SI1 1 P. U....I.- : -i .1 1"" " - - - - V.IM KLK K TOWS dill P. 7 00 7 50 0 ' nr.'.lLI "I iws nonoiroH. ruth. 7tl 1- Buck 7 00 711 H A A BarkoriSon 7 00 S r . 7 mi 11 J Wertncr 7 50 ! 1?J.-'..' .... . . .ii.tl... IV ., n ' 7 i!it 14 John Kurtz r';T("'.i"... " u J Htibich ","i'l'tKSUALK IIUKUCUH. - l"iulroNCAi":' liiii:rl.H. ! .-iMimi . in i: ivo II. 7 00 TOO 7 50 7 00 7 50 ,.. 7 ("I 14 M 1 (MlllOJ - . . . 7Kt.lt John Bradley..! u-iV... .n TK ai.Ar.riKLU TowasniP. -D-iifJ-"-11 ( lioYI K TOWNSHIP. . . v 7 iV H V M Jc J Brown.. r-':,','iitr..tb. 7M.' 14 S S 1'uul i-liK-T ,-PltIMiS )ir;if. -;; V.iti r. 7ii"ilt W W Sanpp 7 00 7 00 7 50 :oo i t'T l ithll.i i oil ni'iiui on iF...'bman oi 1 l liraiki'ii i Fgan 7 CO nr. . i"H kiikn"'1''1 ii'tit'M'nn. ;VMijn('ii 7 14 ....

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 June 1871

mubria jfrtcmnn. eiiexsiurg, ia. HATtnnAT Mohniso, : : Junk 3, 1871. Democratic State Nominations. TOn AITUTOR tiE?KRAt.: Uknbral WILLIAM M'CANDLESS, Of I'tiilru'clpMa. row srnvsvoB gebrat,: Captain JAMES II. COOl'EK, Of Lawrence County. Wk will pay our respects iicxt wr-ck to the cundiJntes on our Stat ticket. The pressure ou our columns hae caused this delay. Thb extra fetsion of the United States He nate adjourned last Saturday. The treaty framed by the Joint High Commission be tween this country and Great Britain wbs ralifiod by a vote of 60 yeas to 12 uaya. It will be recollected that during last March (Jiant issued a high sounding proclamation de clining South Carolina in a state of insurrec tion, and proceeded to send a liheral supply of troops there to quell this imaginary domestic violence. Last week, Scott, the carpet bag Governor, was in Washirgton and informed Crant that no insurrection exists in that State, and that the ciril authorities are fully coinpe tent to preserv...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 June 1871

! . .... : 'WIJBW.fXrfaryC.- 'V-4f4.1 : : JUNE 3, 1871. r KIM i . mm PFRSfiNAI LOCAL nnu ;a' is scourging the northern Por" :':Sof"M.r.M.'' received too ffii-'.L'htiio Railroad schedule s!r ., ilii-se. we are lntormeu, win ir ocs n the l.nh inst. '"rte over four feet in length was -1 1'uv riktf in Ulaeklick township, llie ". ' i. I i.t. ,J L that M. L. Oatmaii & Co. U't at city cost to close business ? S'-t belike it. po atid see. tJ "i i Vills ilesirSs us to bv that he t J .' .., i, ..;,. ;,; .,ch i?!vbili tb.it fan be brought to him. t;': ulilir'.'iiions to J. Todd .ff IU1UCI - i- j- (1 , L'i -i t.iuhed in mother column. ,rr -': r; r . ,1 . j r ...... !.r,r.r walked four miles to see le;iu. imagine ins pneennKS. i-1, i ... Im.j i Mif nt point. service j " t - o ,-illrkin boots when you can get don't blame Oatman k Co. for U. ti'; named J odeii was thrown ' Xr'8 i l;tiiks township, Indiana 'rJiiif '"l't wet'' and severely injured . J'ulJ. r.'4' uyD ul wul IllWOb cuitr- i I.hs c...

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 June 1871

JLJ MWfa A TIIRILLIA'G STORY. 'JVu Vcurs xi Cu;tlve Amonsr Imliens. There arrived in tins ci'j yesterday morning Mary J. l'hillips, who has been fur llie last ten years not only a captive among the Indians, but the slave of a revengeful tribe, whusa hatred of the white race was exhibited in maltreating her to a degree which would have ended in tho death of ahnoat any man. The woman has two ears which are not ears, both having been cut and f-lashed until they resemble pieces of !Lbh attached to her head without purpose. Her frngers re broken and crippled ; the i lame from a dislocation of the hip which she received five years ago, and sue stated to our reporter that her body bore numerous pears to show the dogVlif'e which' she led. She says nearly eleven years ago, when she was twcnytwo years of age, her father, mother, a brother, aged sixteen, her sister, Henrietta, and herself, left their home in Illinois, to go to California. At Leavenworth tLe mother died and was buried. They con...

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 June 1871

l;tlMttf te 4irpptm j(k$m4m llPlfttill ...miir. editor mid Kubli slier. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM TIIE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDB. Terms, $2 per year lu ndraccc 7 !A K r. THIRTY TilUUbiiJNH l t'i.OJ.I.AUM I.41I. The Traveler i B; dii'f Arciilnit Insurance Cumpany, H ,,f 'U'lli'liii ' ciinuciiuui, 1'iuu ..7. -.,- M i.n ,,. W. II. Forbush and Win. C. 11 Curry, victims of the New Hamburg i,to Ja. 1- l'''ii'iC' mayor of Worees ' .. i (lODO on tlie late H. Lewis, Ul'UHS Vt. All these accidents oc- i .ri tht' insurance was pam, wiinm ..ueiletl Claim UCIIlg iiimumiUlMA- ; , f,,iv it was due by tne terms or tne ,T(AVKi.r.!;s has pain sevtn Jiun- . . I 'IV 111 DellelllS IO IIS IlOllCV- r .1. i or iniurv l ace-mem. lor - .lmi -'l;iv during tne past seven years. ' J-,;!-,' Z-i.'f -licui?if lnxiiraiice ., .f H.irtfor-I. toiin., grants all tne , f I.Ifi: and i:.M)(ttVJIi:ST ,.n e.veecilitigly favorable terms. Am- raiui y aii.l Low Kates. jijjjiw.. - - - , HlM.I'll'-1 1 nl'v ..... y-....

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. — 10 June 1871

r Cambria JTrccnimu Satukday Morning, : : Jcnk 10, 18l. Democratic State Nominations. ron acpitok czxsral: Glneral WILLIAM M'UANDLESS, Of I'hUiHhlphia. ron ecnvEYOK c.KanAi. : Caitain JAMES If. COOPER, Of Lawrence Omnfy. The record of Dr. Stanton, civil and mili tary, may lo briefly Eumtnecl up thus : Snr geon with iLe rank of Major, promoted to Lieut. Colonel by his distinguished and af fectionate relative, the- Secretary of War, for family reasons. Promoted iu 1871 to the Radical nomination for Auditor Gener al of the Sta'e by his confidential friendu, Quay and Mackey, for personal and private reasons, vhich arc Mipposed to have some connection with the auditing of the public accounts. Gkk. Thomas F. Meagheh, whose name in as familiar as household words, was an unmatched Irish rats r and a gallaut soldier in defence of tLc Union. After the war he was appointed Secretary of "Montana, and met an untimely death by being drowned in the Missouri at Fort Eenton. lie had an only child a ...

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 June 1871

i n Fl 'I 'TTT TMlf 1 i) ' ill IJ'l I. it ' ft. r i i frccmmu JUNE 10, 1571. PCAL AND FERSONAL. y -The editorial fraternity rat'",Ni;h ,.,Pir wives, or other lady .o1 1 "-cposc to pro on an cxour- 1 'i:lcn in cw i i k uu .-, pretty faithfully '.) ,-L. I I.-"- ... 1. ,-'-11 VI'- ' . . J I ii;"-1--il-l;';..'l,ri,t to dooursolf and t'1' 11 .f nortifinafinff- especially us rli I-hvc kin" no. ' i ;,.,i!v t'lirnisiiPd the ro- thiswill necpssuate to a iv ,-'-,- '....Hi da vs. l.ut wo hope '''' ' . . ... i,:ivc tiio Freenum t r;i!V"-"'r-', ,'i,i,Vf fail in that, however, , ". -Vhof July week, and thus ....stl,''. in any event our '. .r I ,f " '" "' I. .....1 ,nni-u ill ,n ..'.-rea. " . thool.t fashioned jr.'pl '' w,.Pi. or after 4th of July 1 ...... nifljiiiutmn i nr S. I'll! Mlliiivu.nii .'or ' , 1 . 1 1 ..s.l.iv ltd ennm nf r we ns. i tit Vi'i . r toa lack if mail faelli . I'. " " . .... ft"Zt fi r nearly a week after their O'U pl.ice declares that the V'...rf is- her hnsbntl. ,! """ that...

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 June 1871

II III t"ly''l'-'.y-0tl' -trvri.Mi.i.i.i'nji;nill I IWIBIIPIII Hi' II r Magnificent Altar Cloth. The most beautiful piece of church embroidery ever hrcn in tins country, and indeed rarely ni;a'li-il in Kurope, was used on the altar of Si. l'aul's Church yesterday, having been w.-rked lor a special i id'-r by the Sisters of lvi.-.t Grinstead, lhjg'ui'd, alter a design by an or:. merit ecclesiastical artist. The cluth was fnii of symbols and emblems, elaborate ly worked. There were upon it eight pea ci;cks, ihc nuu-iber eight being the number o!" the resurrection, and the peacock its sym bol. These birds were wonderfully worked; the ( yes of the feathers being made of South A me; ican beetles. In the centre of the cloth Wiis the tiee of Life, in which perches the -y ii'!..)!ical cross bell and redbreast, and from il.o top of which hang in a banner two li.Miea crossed. Above the whole was the seven church emblems, all worked with such elaborate .l-tn;l that it was impossible to discern...

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 June 1871

3r fi9: e io 1 Jtl, ji'l'ittE, Editor and Publisher. OLUME 5. m? ' 1. i t fcr 5Mj mj tl if R-li: oE 4i e P?. 1 k to t i i for ?!. nV. Jes il t:. tai: -Ir:.; , lu: o: i fc ar! i: :.' fir.; I c: a... 1 In! tfa-I: Thirty thousand DOLLAR PAID. The Traveler' llfeattil-iiritlcnt Insurance Comiianu, 0f Hartford, Connecticut, paid 820, OiW on W. II. Forbtish and Win. C. Carry, victims of tlie New Hamburg silroaJ accident; S5,eO on the : :e Ja. B. Blake, mayor of Worccs- M . a. nnn .1 1a lota Q TT T n i In ftUll V " V ' I . . 11 V. XI. 1 - ... JkV ' ' .O, ' lL'as, Vt. All these accidents oc '''Vi'uJ tlic hisiirauce was paid, within '.nibs-each claim beinif paid about six- J1?" T:ieTiuvKi.i;i;s has paid Seven Ifnii "i'aol'ur a Day in beuelits to its poliey- for ueat.i or iujury by accident, for ' ,.rki!if day during the past seren years. n, iT'ivdc kic an'l pendent Insurance f Hartford, Conn., grants all the !';'forir.5 of MFC and KSBOHMEST on exceedingly favorable terms. Am- j.C.'l'KITY HH'l...

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 June 1871

I f M Cambria JTrteman, Satprdat Mokniko, : : Jukb 17, 1871. Dcmocratia State Nominations. FOB Al'EITOB GENERAL 1 GwutL WILLIAM M'CANDLESS, ron ecrtsvoi rkt;sai.: Captain- JAMES IL COOPEIt, Of L tnrcnce County. In aiu.tler column of our jajicr will be fjuixl an act of Assernb'y, passed by the Fnfct Legislature for the regulation of bor oughs. The third section provides for what is known as the cumulative system of vo ting in the election of members of the town council. This svbtern has bten tested in the election cf these ofiicers in Bloomsburg Columbia county, with the most satisfactory results. At some future time we will refer to it at length and explain Its operation. Last week two of the Commissioner! of Allegheny county, Neely, Republican, and McUee, Democrat, who were indicted for accepting bribes in granting tavern licenses, pleaded guilty and were sentenced by the ciurt to pay a fine of two thousand dollars and to undergo an imprisonment in the ct unty work-house for one ye...

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 June 1871

TtfitirWif aij JUNE 17, 1371. AND PERSONAL. LOCAL nftP nt nl near Home. 50r . la s' r!.. anJ Tuesday. ,11 rifilt since. 4th? 1 it1-"- . . l rlnnOlia DO"' I v Lis" ie, and Jaclt Ithey tl'aUl'e Albanian will be re . e. ..-lt or two full blast and is .1 school is in wants to build a railroad to Vin til AIUuui v-. " w ) t creditable eiammatK ,e',ofthi3 P'co ia said to 'iC' from bim the ther day-. wvu. bare had 'ji'-"- i inrsi" lair ' id to be held at Chest aud 23d inst. A lively "..tr --J -k''. Dick, formerly a pastor of "l :.. l..).iafnnn. died in Tv- I 3 Linn." published a ;rca i" - ' - j eek. the P. R. R. Corn- regular elation at ..Commodore Foote and sister" It ouebt to have beeu iummoooro ;r0. The two takeu togother make -lies, M. D., who for bou I . v..- k. II u I- ' .r ...) .. .'i.-ine in this nhice. has im -; ' ,j bUng up her auiogle ia 1 nil- ex CO 'merchant tailor friend, of Johnstown, t ve. 1W3, paid our town a visit this Vr 31o'4 look9 Wel, alld kuowS LoW en LtKM OU as WCll....

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 June 1871

I nmt urn j.aa"ni r.leresting Facts fcr Business Men. 1 S. H. Picker, noted as a skillful penman, vines to the New Yoik Mail concerning signature expeits," I La occasion being the i:i6 "Taylor will case," which turned in a i rt-nt meas-ute on the gecuinenons of the tes t titer's Eignaturo : More than twenty years ago, in Cincinnati, I copied the Declaration of Independence, ; pper.dit.g fuc similes of the eignere' narr.ei. Mr. Thomas Stevens, at the name time editor f the Cincinnati Atlas, took occasion, In a !!f arant way, to doubt my assertion that I I ad copied the signatures with a pen. To convince him, I asked him to write bis name i it a thect of paper, which he did. I itnuie ri&tfcly wrote ten copies of his signature t.bove and below the original, and handed I 'm the paper to select his own. After a careful examination he telected one as his cwn. He was wrong. Ho tried again and jgain, with the name result, and finally, by mere guess work, he hit od the right one. And it ...

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. — 24 June 1871

x A "'Sitf'Sfejfc.. ...... - , -.r .--,. m - sj0mmm ilMIBIiEl sfep- wtiiiittft ' ftp i-'' v a i. lov th: a6.. aic s ap cacj I. jj.piKC, Editor and Publisher. OLUME 5. ,D'' ..arl to nffpr 1 "tS u0" 1 ' 1 aTERlOR INDUCEMENTS " Ti cash rrr.cnASER3 of g!MI J COPPER HE. ffJvI.ESALE OU KE TAIL. , .-- moists in part of every variety of 'f-i"x- T'n, MiiTi-M mi, -prER AND BRASS WARES, r;AV.n.IF,n ANI PLAIN c4:CE-FAK3, BOILERS. fco , ;iV.TELS. MINE LABI'S, OIL iioUSKFURNISIUNQ IIARD V AKE OF EVERY KIND. yyem'a Anti-Dust riTlNG am COOKING STOVES, 'rxCELSloR COOKISG STOVES. l 'fKIFJirH and PARLOR COOK " ' INC. STOVES, ;irT o.kirg Stove desired I will get aicr at manufacturer's prices. iwe Hites ar.d Grates, Sec, for re ; r,r. lai.il f the Stoves I Fell ; others .'ibjyrilcrc' when wanted. Particular attention given to ?, Valleys and Conductors, ; j: :c.i win v,c mace out 01 uest mato i:n l put 3" competent workmen. rj Burners, Wick and CMmnevc WHoI .KSA1.E OR RETAIL. r-J partienhr attention to t...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 24 June 1871

Cambria JTrccman. Satckday MoicM.ta, : : June 21, 1871. Democratic State Nominations. row auditor general: General WILLIAM M'CANDLESS, Of rhilailflpliia. roil sriivEYim orssrai: Captain JAMES II. COOPER, Of Laierence County. A Tlot to Assassinate toe Tofb. From the London office of the New York Worldmtho following startling item of news was despatched to that paper under date of Monday, Juno 19th: A apscial despatch from Home, dated Sunday, 18th, announces that a plot to as sassinate the Tope has just been discovered. It ii said to hare been concocted in London, Florence, and Paris, ly members of the In Urnational Society of Working-men. Tho assassination, it is further stated, was plan ned for yesterday. ' The papal jubilee was at tended with great eclat. All the BOTereigns ol Europe, incliuding Queen Victoria, sent congratulations to Lis Holiness. A further pestponemout of the transfer of the Italian capital will probably soon be annouueed. Tub amendment to the constitution of Wes...

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. — 24 June 1871

i Lnhria -freeman. 1 JUNE 24, 1S71. AND PERSONAL. LOCAL K July fiA, has been named for sW'ulSsViaB the longest day of 8 .it" wuirt ii to bt put through ''be . this (Saturday evening. Stand Atf imSBhort fell into a spring at -i fluutingdoa count, one daj last ; i wu (JroirneJ- ' r county is exceedingly productive. rer there has raised a barn 74x45 ,SSf lidn't BDnre il an UDtiI il was UP- .mJ Henry was accidentally the lace will n ,ie' in Cherryhiil '"M" kJ:n county, a few days ago, and rtminie VIcBrid?, hom our Carroll irlu weelc notic6 as having been -rt '''"tiurei by the kick of a fractious horse, fouuds on Monday last. tl0a..f lightning shocked a man near r , m Tuesday last, by striking the "N rods ahead of him. Any man f- jyiCOO" . 't:. Vlhonce. was fouud lvinc u anv .T ,, .- o L. m a f aw r mrtfnpA in an ft (OljdlUOn iuo wwuui . out uu :a the loft, a distance of nineteen feet. 'jri! nnoying typographical errors oc ic our pftper lat week, especially in .uvk's-Ietter, which we sho...

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