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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 9 March 1872

ilf u t ft p it i n iWip lf WW "K r lo II. A. M'X'IKE, Kditor and Pubt Utter. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM TIIE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE Terms, $2 per year Hi adranc. VOLUME G. EBENSBURG, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1872. NUMBER 7. Principal OfTlce 101 W. F fth St.. Cincinnati, 0. IN VALUABLE GIFTS! TO UK I'lSTRtUUTFD IN 37t SPII.AS.M AI, pi Ess! ci-pi-isc ! t To he il-2-vn Monday, Mnrch J5tli, One ;ijmm1 Capital Prize of $10,000 IN GOLD! 03Z PHIZE $5,000 IN SILVER! 9 Five Prizes $1,0003 f Five Prizes $500 Ten Prizes $100 5 I 7 .m i'l'itiih Cltrriniii x and Matched TTnrsc with n,,v, r-Mfitntril iltnit irorth i,5'M). Tut tlorsvn tV Jiitfyie, irtVfi .tilrer-Mounted Ilntiiets, u-ortli IfiliOO each. TWO Fine-Toned Rosewood Hanos. w:r.a $500 citli. :::: riiT srTisj uachiitss, v cetu $10: eacei 1501 Oo't ninl vifrrr Lever lluntintj Watche, win tlx from t:l ) to V.m each ! 7;Hra' fluid Leontiuo mi l Cent's Cold Vest r hains, Solid uiil .Uouble-Plateil Silver Table end Teaspoons, Pho...

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 March 1872

- -a 05 CM 1 H 1 - 1,1 3 ; i I t 1 , i b I i i r c k :1 t i: i t! n it Cambria jframau, EBB.X8DIJRG, PA. Saturday Morning, I : March 9, 1872. Pursuant a resolution of the Democratic STtnte Executive Committee this diiy sdoptea, m Democratic Ptate Convention 1 """'V."! rautl to the representation in both hoiiMj or fh" L.cislature. 1. hereby culled to jnjet In li-ading-. Ph., on Thursday, May JWth. U.S. at 11 o'cl.ck . m. to nominate caml.daf.8 for Gov- tirWi.Utureodetprmine) tof Andttof Uen 1 ami delegates at bug. to the Const tutton al Convention, and also to form an electoral lleket and select senatorial and representative 3lAts to represent the State in the Demo cratic National Convention. By ordtr of the Executive Committee. Wiu.iAM A. WitLACS, C1.airman. Attest W. M-Ci.kli.4SD, SeersUirf. Harrisburg, Feb. 15, 1S72. Tlie Constitutional ConTentlon. When the rottrs of this State with great unanimity decided at the last Octo ber election in favor of calling a convsn tion to alter an...

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 March 1872

Cambria JTrccmaiu 3ATUKDAY, : : : SlAliCII 0, 1S72 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 0sM Md HUkpl wad near Hoiii- Another "Legend" to baud. Will appear teit wtek. SliocWIng'T cold tlio uars tins treek. Thar jr.ometer down to ten decrees below fcero. Another cargo of thetenowred "Eastern Star" Flour just received by M. L. Oatuiun. ..n Indiana count man was euchred out I : 1 10 bjr "roofing cement' swindlers, a fw Mr. Robert 1.- Jone has, wo understand, 1 roil ctiii'IoTed to staud guard over Moors, the jtlleted ii.nr' erer. Many friends from nil sections came tn to tee us this week some with tnonev, some niibout. All were welcome, especial!?, etc. Mm. Joanna lletzinjjer, aged 72 years, of Cenematich borough, wus found dead in her ted in Monday moraing last Heart disease. exquisite po'em from the sweet aong- ftres-", Linnet," aptears in our paper to day. Wish we could say as much once a mouth, at least. David Thomas and family, of Cambria toniibliipi hare pulled up stakes and have gone to I'jwa- We ...

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 March 1872

a EC DO Col. T. V. Knox, in Scribntr'g f.;r March, has an article on J fie fiimuus New York Grand Jury, cf which he wa.s a member. We qiote is ftdlows: Not ui"nT diijs alter wo were con vened, a cae that touched the heart of every u:u in the room was brought before tis. A young r 1 1 1 bad been accused of theft ; a few dollars in money had born stolen ; it was found in her possession, and she hail nvida partial confessim. Tha complainant was a woman, and the accused had bien in her employ. "Yli?n tha case was called the woman entered the j:jry room and was sworn by the fore man. She took the chair aligned to witnesses,-and the fur-man questioned her: "Did you lese sotne money !'' "Yes, sir." 4,Vli-n did you lose it V "O i Ho first iHy of December." "Who took it V "The named in the com; -lain'." "H;w do o;i ktuw she took it?" "I found tl in her possession, and she confessed taking it." That will do ; you can go. " 15;it the woman kept her seat, r.n 1 oijved her hands uneu-ily. 'You c...

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 March 1872

hiijii imim ii hi unii' tm rrTTimnrig-irw-mn-rTiTiTrr-Miiiiii nm mrrnin mi ii iimn ww - p.. if if IMP!' W .. ' rtr4 --r b 11. .1. BI'I'IKK, Editor and lubtUhr. VOLUME G. fivcTtlsrmcttt. AND OF NEW YORK. ,,i:K 1 i rilVF. of the. CITY OF XEir .4 l 1 i ii tut us v -lliivi-S t'lJAUt;. s :i U'l wretchedness; its high and low ri ; r:ii.iir ami dark dens; its at ;.; drinkers : its Ilinat and I'ru:s: 1 1 ! -1 and politicians; its adven .;it ii.es: its mysteries and crimes. i '. .-. Nearly 'J5t Fine Engravings, xv . NT KM. Send tor circulars and ; il i full description of the work. I :.:.! thhiu Co., Bhilad'a, la. 1 1 lie 1' t ' . r' " i: is roil Y or s re at Fires 1 , VST by Be v. E..T.nooi- ago. Duly com I pete history. engravings. 7',UiO nii-runy i ' -i-Ai litems made in ftidnvs. . ri rs. a.i:ms u ai i i:i' i.M & CO., G7 1'urkB.ow.N. York. ELTIC WEEKLY. '.. .-; i.liis'ntted Ori-mul I'tiirv Bauer ... :ilil Nevi Original Maries .i No literary treat eijual to it. : 1 1 asset swaiitod in ...

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 March 1872

gnmlrtia Jjrtemmu uaexsBiiie, pa. Saturdij Morning, : March 16, 1872. PDMra(l Stnto Cwwventf wii. Toranont tea resolution of the Democratic ftat Executive Committee this dar adopted, a Dvmoerntia State Conrention in number equal to the reprrsenmtion in both houses of tlte Legislature. Is hereby called to met in lieading-. Pa., on Thursday, May uh. ih.-, at 11 o'clock a. u., to nominate candidates Tor (ov crnor, Judge of '.he Supreme Court, and (should the Leirlslnture so determine) for AuditorOen- . . i . I . 1 . r. ritictit II . WW. wrai anci uncjaifs i .c..w. ...... al Conventloti. and also to form an electoral ticket and ncloct senatorial and representative delegates to represent the State In the Denio cmtlo National Convention. iiy order of the Executive Committee. William A. Wallack, Chairman. Attest Wm. M-Clem.and, Secretary. HarrUburtf, Feb. 15. 1S72. . At the election held in New Hampshire on last Tuesdaj, the radical candidate for Governor was elected by a majority of about...

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 March 1872

i (gam bria JTrtcmaiu SA'l L'KPA Y, : : MAKCII 16, 1372 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Atnfi Mid niihapiat and er Tfotno- Household oods will soon be on the flit. Friday exhibited a litlle of the lion io it ci.tn t'sit ion. if cold end sioitny weather is what cens'iiiitea the lion. Jl mm fact urer of ckcrrv lumher will beln tfvrs'ed in the advertisement of W. H. llickok, fluirjbtrg, puhlilied elsewhere. An nrt fixing the salnry of the Commit floret of this couniy ei $100 each haa passed li e ictitr branch of the Legislature. Court is over, both weeks, m.d we can still pet cur pocket book into our pocket without 1,-ml fhoTing. Moie's the f it v for us. lir. John I ou;:herty has sold that portion of L remises now occupied by Mr. It. R. Ti.oiiixsto Mr S. P McCanu for" $,gU0. Vr. K. R. Jones, of Cumbria tnwnehip. ,it :t:-i.tHllay ctt n tigly gah in one of his jttt !ii thorp'ap wood a few days ago. V can print horse bill9 with an elegant lnn 'e represented thereon. Of course we can. Stu i-y atout 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. — 16 March 1872

1ttfr i ftf fl V- ''v. .'- : - .hi? - T '3 1 1 f ' 1 f ) 1 t I p ' t 'i V J " .; it - - .1 11 '-.-. if! . PStt THAT PLA1S l'OHER. T. " Almost Incredible I'erforniauecs tl Vlckl lieu. his mitf-Tlui.c in the great CLieaco vrt-.-rau thuwiiiau, Col. Wood, has J rjt. i i.U lime exclusively iu perfecting the .v ,. ;!ul collection of curivsities iu his : in Philadelphia. The Colonel's j .:; -. addition is Wicked Den." the most j :.': ik.ilie pig that ever wore a brittle. I; tan .lt anvthing. He is a lightning .vi:u!;itur. ai:d by tiitaos of uunihfied cards J (;u .-how ih Mt-u't iu any ordinary arith- l.'.v ! ! problem. He cao also tell the time 1 1 i:.tv I; 'suhiui! at a by look'ua t a watch, and if two mm.. l.os ttliieii no uol areu are piaceu ue- .i i , . - - . i i i. - tyr i.im, Ueu cau tell the difference lo a MV- ,1. (J 'Id faced watches 13en kuows j aix'ii:. Ail waicnes tuown i.mi I All I 1 t' i u.-t i .-.ve white faces, aud ha held very c-.'se t j his -ye. Tl i) y'ig is nearly two y...

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 March 1872

.ii-tv ;rip ..... b 7 i f 11. A BSriKn( RtMtor and Publisher. VOLUME 6. V A 1ST ID lENSATIOf r- fi rr trj V o r? rr . j rfoKJT PKSCnirTITE of the CITY OT NEW i:iu-tmti"l with Nearly Fine Engravings. Ai I'.XTS WAN 1EI. Send for circulars and cnur t-nnsand a full description of the work. Address .Yatiomil iuilUhina Co., Pbilad'a, Pa. HISTORY or The Great Fires 1 n CHIC AfiO aul th. H EST by Rev. E.J. GOOD 6PEf i.D.D-,i'f l huHifO. Only com I pete history. v. ' ' "gravtngs. 70,UO already mid l'ricy)-W. Sjuu agents marte in 20 da vs. I r"flfJirot.'iifferer. 1CMTS WiNTK'O' j.. ru0AI'KiiD.sCO..37ParkKow.N. York. ELTIC WEEKLY. The fi citist illustrated Original Storv Paper !n A meru it. Kijfhl Nw Original Strls i,i fir.t nuuiher. No literary trtat equal to it. A-.'-ntjinJ Canvasse rgwanted in every townand cty of tht L'nion. week easily realized by r vile. f this extraordinary Irish and Araeric'n .1-hiim!. Specimen copies free. For sale by all ri--s it-'ileia. Price, 6c; :J.50 per rear. Ad...

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 March 1872

Cambria JTrtemmu EQEXSnCRG, PA. Saturday Morning, : March 23, 1872. IMnCrntl Sfnto ('ntenlUu. arenimt to a resolution of the Democratic tare lxecutlTe Committee this day adopted, a Democratic Statu Convention in numbers qua! tm the representation in both bouses of inn Js,iUliice. is horrhv called to meet id B.-ihnr, Pa., ou Thursday, May KOth, 1872, at 11 e'rtoclt A. u to nominate candidates for Gov ernor, Judirn of the Supreme Court, and (should tbe L-epialamre so determine) for Auditor Gc-u-rsrl ami delegates at large to the Constitution al Convention, and also to form an electoral Tfckt an 1 select senatorial and representative lerare to represe nt tlio State ia the Demo cratic National Convention. Hj erdkr of the Executive Committee. Wn.i.f.tM A. Wallace, Chairman. Attest Wm. M'C'lillasd, Secretary. Harrisburif, Feb. 15. 1372. A joint resolution passed Ihe Senate and House of Representatives on Tuesday last extending the time for final adjourn ment until Thursday, April 4th. Nev...

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 March 1872

A 53 JL 3233 BB. 52 i Cambria Jrtniian, SATURDAY, : : MAKCII 23, 1572 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. HP HitliftpaKt and ntnr Hme Arpumant Court conveaed here ycaterday. Iiurgeet Barry, who baa been somewhat iu (Jisfced. ia better now. Tha cuibstone and corner loafert are about , l"ert:ng a permanent organization (or the si.n.rrcr campaign. Tin Fcho tells v tr.at all the store in Jl!ti'town were clesad on St. Patrick's day. Ar to inter that they gauarallj keep apen cn Sunday ? We have receiTrd anollier communication from "Auti Monopolist." but its length and its :dn.rs mutt be our excuse for holding it oyer unlil n xt week. Tiic equinox, after a stormy engagement f Frrrial dajs' duration, bas at last thrown up the ;ioce, and calm strenitv and bright sun h;re bold sway as we go to presa. T1e duelling bouses of Jaseph Whitl, Tm. White and Dorsey Fotter. the former of Manor Hill, the two latter of West township. HnitingJa county, were recently destroyed 1,T fire ' litl'e en of James W illiaon, 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. — 23 March 1872

The Strange Story of Martin Guerre. A boot the HV.ddloof tbe sixteenth century, Martin Ciuorre. young Bu-cayan, married Burthsuae3'' Ruls. girl of Artigues, dis tinguished" for good sense a for beauty. The BewlvuuueiJ ir were comfrrtablc cir cumstat res, Leing Id rank above the peasaot cUm. TEcy were a harmonious ciup!e, the only drawback being that they had to chil dren for several years. Iu tbe teuth year, however, a on was bom, whom they named Bacri. Not Joug afterward Martiu qnaneied with bia father about oroe corn, and the di pcte became to bitter that he ceocluJed to po away for a time until the paternal anger slieuld cool, lie did not expect to be absent loDg. but eif;ht years passed away before he was heard of, hU wife enduring his absence with exemplary patiecca. At the expiration of the above mentioned period, a person appeared who claimed to be Martin Guerre, and was recognized as such liy li wife, her relatives, and by tbe people .er.eialiy. Hi protracted desertion of bi...

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 March 1872

. . , . , I . . . 1 2t-1fi r aw w j. . I I v a w -rmTiV ,,M?5PSfki. lisfr ffFX : : I ,11 Y.fftW b mm mmw. m n . m mmM - m 1 VW:A K I III I . I I IIS 1 4- I V illi I t 1 II II If 1 II I Ai?rSil..ijf iv -:o--.-tx. ww-.,'. i-w SkSLJI." 4S 111 11- III III . . m . I - : : ' " ' S 1 ! II. A. BPPIHE. Editor and l'ubllfcber VOLUME G. 1672. SPUING. 1872. I am now prepared to ofTer SITKRIOR INDUCEMENTS TO CASH FURC1IASF.RS Or . IS SHEET-IRON k COPPER WARE. 14 1 K1THKR AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. f- ft'ick con.-ii-ts in part of every variety of Tin, Slieet-Iron, corrr.it and hkass wares, hSAMI.I.I.Kn AND FT.AIN Sjt,ii'i Anti-Dust nrTiv; am. cooking stoves, X t:rKLsmi- cooking stoves. (M).;L.':, !n Ml'H and PAH LOU COOK- IXG STOVES. I an.v C king Stove iletin I will get !;-') ilt n l at manufacturer's prices. I (), ,.' St. .d I Kites and Grates. &c, for re- j i r. oil : .!. f-r the Stoves I pell ; other be T.!ere.l w hen wanted. Particular attention given to I Spoiifog, Valleys and Conductors, ...

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. — 30 March 1872

CfT lllllirill "irrmniT T, 'I,lci,,na,I C'onveutlo, or three d8 lley travel from one coun VUUIUI UI ,J IttUUUU oreRt 0, -f pontlcal iutercBt 1 J int? another, under iho lead cf carpet- edexsbuiic:, pa. Saturday Morning, :' March 30, 1872. Tmc Legislature will adjourn tine die on next Thursday. Laus Do.' The annual State election in Connecti- j the republican ranks men who laid the j ale anyjing to an unsuccessful contest cut will take nlnca next Monday. The foundations and built up the fortunes of! anf but onIJ ,0 Py expenses of his candidates for Governor are lteuben Jew- ' that party when U S. Grant was an ob tll, the present radical incumbent, and li. scure resident of Missouri, without any D. Hubbard, democrat A year ago fixed political opinions. Jewell was elected by n majority of one J Although the Cincinnati convention hundred votes. In the present content : was not originally called for the purpose each party expresses great confidence in i its own Bucccts. In a State where ...

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. — 30 March 1872

BB2Kata4k3hAga 1 1 vCambria- JTrccmaiu SATURDAY, : : MAUCll 30, 1S72- LOCAL AND PERSONAL. jja mill HltUatmat aud iieaa- Home. Mud a foot lvt uh I lie streets Tlie bluebird miI icbin are with us. I'lck cjtk?" W tL. query among tL juvenilis jusl now. To moi row will Le Easier Sunday, llow Co veur epfi color?; VieiiiT (Good Fiiila.tr) was legal Lol Did vou oOativs III Cual funiiabrU ou short nottc at lowest ici- h Mes'rs. A. A miner a. ou. 1 he F.cno ssvs: rvexl iioiiuay All Fouls' Day.". . . . Ihaiiicl Comi convenes on M"""1- ... Snrinr like ai d bland la th weather at ),ai,d. and li (tame pleasolU a Vast UiullilmJu t,r p)e, we uuderaiaud. j t J. ilii'a aloul sliding, a lull liue of clioica ijrociries to his pent-lit asaorinieiil f otuls Suarcuid iiitUisniil tie vi.e ol hia jt-cl .line". Mr Thsnias McKernan, of Cambria city, i lTeis liiini-elt aa a candiiUla before lh Deinu iraiic county convention lcr lCeisUr and I'.ecwrder. Good man. The luteal uiovs on th apportionment i-I.ecWer MH...

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. — 30 March 1872

.IOII.V ( OVOI)E. 1 UK KtASOS WHY HE KEVBR FOP.OAVE THE DK1KCUAHC f-auty. The follow ing. cot crin"ng the old rascal lo'ul by a Wml.ir l' H coriei-poudent, is prtt ty e od : I Oije day, early in tl.e session, Cjvode tuM j et.c ( f Jii fi inula that rht-ie was a pood i if hi.-ky ilrai k in that room, His JrkuJ j t'-iiuJ j ttf.clly iri'i.flftt iit to the informa-j lion r.ijre'y at svn-iitjg. I s'fose so." j We!'." i-ai.i C .'. "1 dnu't much ob- i i 'Ct to ll e t)' r ilnnkii g ail ti ey want. but i .".i i .'b rrt ,;!, it ;.. 1 dotl want lli.ru to wa.lv til With it in who'c-a'e. I ru Lot ambitious to keep a w 'Imlt'Vit'f estai li-lnnc-iit. A fair retail bus-in-ss is at! I csire fur. Tht-y rr.ay come hete. if th.e our friends, ard drir.k as much as they want. I ut I don't want theui to .te.il it I J n't want them to take a buttle to day, a dmi'j hu to-murro'Jr, acd a krg the ufxt Jay." Have a ntw lock put on vour wash-staDil, thon." "That's a good idea," saul Uncle John, "itV a wotuler I...

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. — 6 April 1872

1 I J 1 ! 11. . Wl'IKC, Kdltor and Publisher. HE IS A FREEMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, $2 per jear In adranm. ! VOLUME G. EBENSBURG, PA., SATURDA Y, APRIL 6, 1872. NUMBER II. . s 1 ring Machine Agents lev; TO SELL THE I -ha I ' f all others os to defy com- ';.ieco, countinir every pnrt of il l. v liili? the Howe Machine will jrivo :m ide.t of its sii;i l. win k, line and coarse, that i,. r i . ' '.:!: will attempt, irom the finest .1 .. ns -rv thicknesses of dressed mus ii : i v n it hou t change of needle, thread . - !. All movable parts are made of :. i ti I and ournished Li nrir.jrs. iiks no oisi: miAii:vrR, 1 1 .i n 1 ihe proprietors hereby offer vt ard of Oi lliiuilrnl Dollars for any oilier I.oolt Stllclt Mnetiiiie lliiil nil! run lis li-lit. . -l.ijtiio f; n e Under, without a rivet or ij-: can l.e filled ly a blind oersou, and ie hundred v arils of cotton . claim it. an dean show, a list of fifty points iperiority over any machine in the m...

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. — 6 April 1872

QIanibria Jjraman, EDESBl'RG, PA. Saturday Morning, : : April 6, 1872. Democratic Stnt Convention. Pursuant to a resolution of the Democratic State Executive Committee this day adopted, Dcraoci-itie State Convention In numbers qual to the representation in both houses of the Lou-inlntnre. is horetiv called to meet In aeRdm. ii.,oit Thm-iay, Mhv uh. 172 nt it o clock A. U., to nominate cnndnlutes tor dov- ertior, Ju.1j.-r of the Supreme Court, and (should tha Les-tnlnture so determine) for Auditor lien- tral ami delearitte'3 Ht larure to the Constitution al Convention, ami also to form un electoral slckct ami select aenntorial and representative rteleirntrs to represent tho State in the Demo cratic N'Htlonul Convention. . Hy ordtr of the Kxcoutive Committee. v.'n.t.tAM A. Wali.ac , i l.airman. Attest W. M-Ci.fi.i.ANB, Secretary. Harrlshiu-ff, Feb. 15. 1872. On last Wednesday twcnt3-two ?iIc palcs ncrc chopen by t he radicals of liiil ndclphia to the State Convention, which vill assem...

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. — 6 April 1872

Cambria JJrccmau, SATURDAY, : : : : Al'UIL 6, 1872. j LOCAL AND PERSONAL. jxsip nn1 Mistinpsi at and nmf Ilehie. .-Ktenrburg do ovstcr glnon. TI;e cold geese ar flvii'g northward. DjIIv Varden citne to town last week. ll.pox ai.d Indian, have played emits. i! jore ha hot been removed to the new ni. The rVnnsvlvsni Csnal Companv con- ,,nij ?.M trvles of navigation. . Ty hurst has again become one of the r,i !oi Pt the Huntingdon Uiobc. .Altoona has the worit pxremen t thev r,U t' itu pavements in the known world. Who is ''the best looking girl in Khcns- Yv.rf ?" There is a letter lor lier in the J". . A.,'uuiat man named George F tzincer c-mniittel suicide bv hatijrinf . the other d ir. 11,8 pecoinl session of Prof. Chapman 's irnial School will open about the Hist of The i,repressih!t4 Clark VTp-on. formerly o' Fliniehtirg, " lo tl,rt dsUt paper at Puker'n Landing A (apiad of ! "tramps marc'ieo slowly anl pmly through town TuesiUr morninjr. 'i'leir ryes ere directed toward the getti...

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. — 6 April 1872

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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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