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, THE GALIDRIA FREE:JAi,T;
Jtjnb 13, 18G7,
II. L. JOHNSTON,
11. A. McriKEi -
- Excuse. The fact that Court ha been
ia session here during tho fast and present
week, and that the editor has been "up to
the eyes' in business, will, we trust, be suf
ficient excuse for the absence of the usual
variety of original matter from our columns
to-day. . Next week we have the promise
of abundance. '
- Thanks. Our thanks are due the many
- kin J friends who availed themselves of their
' visits to town during the past two weeks to
; call at the Freeman oSce and pay their
subscriptions. Also to those who i emitted
the amount in other ways. We shall next
week publish the names of all not yet -published
who have paid us,, and trust that
many more will be added to the list la the
1' . Deiiocbatio Statk Coxventiox. This
body assembled in Ilarrisburg on Tuesday
,.lasr, and was organized by calling lion. C
E. Boyle, of Fayette county, to the chiir.
After the conclusion of other preliminaries
the Convention proceeded to vote for a can-
.didate for Supreme Judge, and on the sec-
- ond ballot Hon. George Sharsweod, of Phil-
adolphia was nominated, tho vote standing;
- Sharswood, 85; Maynard, 15; Ryan, 11;
n?her, ofYork, 9.
THE IMPEACII31EXT FIJfAXE,
After a session of over five months and
. tho compiling of more than two thousand
pages of testimony, at th expense of a
people already burdened beyond endurance
by taxes, that infamous cabal known as
tho Impeachment Committee has decided
by a vote of five to four that there ia not
: KEV7S OF TIIS WEEK. ;
; Greeley Bays that his heart swells at
the thought of negro emancipation. If the
swelling is a bad one, Greeley, poultice it.
: -A boy in Montreal put two Crc-crack-
ers into his nostrils and fired them off to see
the effect. lie now knows that he has
no nose, , .
-A man who oloped from PittsSeld
with his step-mother settled , with his
father for fifty dollars and a silver watch,
and retains the lady. .
The Emperor Napoleon ha3 present
ed to the University at South Bend, In
diana, a superb and powerful telescope,
valued at 25,000 francs.
Pius IX. completed his 75th year on
the 12th of May. He will have occu
pied the Pontifical throne 21 years on the
lGth of the present month.
In Washington a woman shot a man
because -he did not marry her ; in Cincin
nati another shot one because he did.
What can a bachelor do to save his bacon?
' At Minneapolis , recently, a man
named Patten, while passing near a car
penter who wa3 driving naila with a com
mon hatchet, had his nose cut off by ' the
.-A Vermont woman got a divorce
from her husband the other morninjr, mar
ried another in the afternoon, and in the
evening presented her liege lord with a
son and heir.
The King of Abyssinia remains true
to his declaration of love for Queen Vic
toria, and declares he will hold the English
Cocsul in prison until she consents to give
him her hand. " .
John Hill, engineer of a dummy, at
Chicago, had both ears completely torn off
the other day by thrusting his head out of
the cab ju?t as he was passing a post,
lie barely escaped having hi3 head crush
ed to atoms.
-A couple recently waited on a clergy
man in Newbury port, Mass.. "to be mar
ried, for whose services tho : bridegroom
gave him a counterfeit bill, and then he
stole tho gentleman's umbrella as ho
From the Teachers Advocate .J ,
Compulsory AltenCance. v
the Falls, on the Canadian side of the
river, has been rented tor tne occupation
of Jefferson Davis and his family during
the summer. The house i3 about halfway
between Clifton and Queenstown.
It is said that Mrs, Quinn, of Brookf
lyn, N. Y., who recently gave birth to
four children "at once, accomplished the
same feat some years ago. As she is a
poor woman, the citizens of Brooklyn are
getting up a testimonial for her in the
shape of pecuniary assistance. '.
"'One of the most terribla and fatal
boiler explosions that has ever occurred
in a manufacturing establishment in this
country took place in Philadelphia, on
Thursday, in a saw-mill on Sansom street.
About twenty persons are supposed to
evidence sufficient to justify them . in pre
senting articles of impeachment against passcj out through tho hall
the President, i liad they simply acqui- A small cottage in the
esced in this decision, and thus terminated
one of the most outrageous proceedings
that has ever tarnished the records of any
nation, they might, in a passive manner at
least, hate contribated to the pacification
of the country. But no, ' failing to find
the least excuse for the indignity they
have labored so long and zealously to cast
upon tho President, they have given vent
' to their vindictiveness by passing a reso
Intion declaring that the Chief Magistrate
is. unworthy the confidence and respect of
. the; American people. For this resolu
.. tion every radical member of the Commit
r teo,, seven in number, cast Ins Tote, there-
by not only transcending the limits of the
commission given them by Congress, but
, .assuming a prerogative which neither Con
; gresa nor any committee of its creation has
the constitutional power to exercise. No
man, no matter how humble, can of right
be adjudged by any court or other legal
, authority unworthy of esteem or confidence
unless he is found guilty of some trans
gression of the law whereby his reputation
: ia forfeited. This gratuitous condemna
tion of President Johnson by the Hump
House Judiciary Committee, after the.fail-
; ure of its utmost efforts to find the least
excuse for reporting in favor of his im
peachment, can only therefore redound to
.' "the discredit of the men who supported it
; and tho party which placed them in the
positions from which they were detailed
for a duty which they lacked the evidence
but not the will to fulfill. The names of
.Boutwell, Thomas, Lawrence, Williams,
. Wilson, Woodbridge and Churchill, radi
cal members of this Committee, have gone
' upon record as the' supporters of a resolu
' tion infamous in it3 origin, slanderous in
its language, and outrageously disgraceful
- in its purposes. ; Let them and the party
: they represent bear the obloquy of such
contemptible proceedings. '
In a late number of the Cambria Freeman
we notice a communication signecLl'R," and
entitled "The Teachers Advocate," in which
the writer -lemurs to our.articla on "Irregu
lar Attendance," published in the May nam-,
der of our paper. What induced the w Iter
to put our head on his article we- are at a
loss- to know, unless, indeed, there was no
other head, of any value within-his reach
when he wrote.
"IT start3 out by asking us five or six
questions, which, tft they are entirely irrele
vant, we pass over without further remark,
lie then changes his base, and proceeds to
to combat the principle oT compulsory at
tendance; - Ia fact, his whole article, when
stripped of its" verbiage and sophistry, sim
ply amounts to the assertion that such an
act would bfl mntrarv tn the "natural and
divine law,": TTe says: "We think there
is nothing more clear in the Sacred Script
turea than that God entrusted the care,
education, and protection of the child to its
parents." Wo are pleased to know that
"R" admits that the Scriptures enjoin upon
parents the duty of educating their children.
After making such an admission, is it nSl
strange that he should be seized with holy
horror at the bare mention of an enactment
intended to prevent people from setting the
laws of God and the interests of mankind at
defiance, by allowing their children to grow
up in ignorance ? '
lie represents us as favoring a law that
would "tear from the bosom .of the father
and the mother, and from the arms of the
brother and the sister, the innocent, help
less child and place it in a house of correc
tion." We will repeat for his benefit what
we did say, or enough of it to indicate the
tone of our article : " We see no remedy by
which this evil can be arrested but a law
compelling attendance at school. Of course
such a law would have to be framed with
much care, and should not be made too strict
at first." In concluding that article we
appended a portion of a report by Jesse
Ncwlin. Esa.- not because wo agreed with
him in all particulars, but for the purpose
of showing that we were not alone in sup
port of tho general features of such a measure.-
If Mr. "II" had not been so much
pressed for room, and could have given hia
readers the whole of the quotation from Mr.
Newlin's report, a false impression would
not have been produced. We did say and
we say again, that Mr. Newlin's report was
an able document, yet for all that we do
not agree with him in every particular.
We think the punishment he proposes is. too
Bevere. Ilia views noon the subject, as
quoted by "R," are much modified by, what
follows, which, of course, "R" did not quote,
lie strives to couvey the idea -that the ad
vocates of this measure are in favor of com
pelling all parents to send their children to
the public schools. Now, we advocate no
such thing, but simply claim that all should
be. educated. They may be educated in
private or parochial schools, or , by., private
instructors at home. We do not t wish to
deprive any one of his right of decring by
whom or in what institution his children
shall be educated. -We claim that his duty
misery and disease. - If this condition should
continue, there being-positively no educa
tion; we would finally reach a savage state,
"where ignorance and crime, misery and dis
ease, beuig intensified, we would verge
gradually into extinction, like the Indians
and original inhabitants of Australia. Thus
then, it will bo seen, that if we admit that
the parent has the right to deny education
to his children, we axlmit a principle, the
application of which tends, first to the de
terioration and finally la. the destruction .of
mankind. But if, on the contrary, as we
maintain j the parent has no right'to allow
his children to grow up in ignorance, there
can surely be nothing wrong in preventing
him by law from doing what he has no right
to do. . , . . . ;.. .
Before we close we have a word to say in
regard to "R's" method of reasoning. He
says if the State can compel attendance at
school it can compel the people to attend a
particular church. Now we beg to-remind
him that the Constitution Q.f the State for
bids interference in religious matters. It
does not, however, deprive the Legislature
of the power to legislate In regard to educa
tion. On the contrary, it says that the
Legislature shall provide for the establish
ment of schools. ; We beg "also to. remind
him that it is illogical to reason against the
truth of a proposition by showing, that in
jurious results wonld follow, were it admit
ted to be true. Had be argued the inexpe
diency of the measure, then it would have
U ii J If
A m n pf-fl !!
JACOB LI. PIRCHER
CLOTHIER & TAIKm
Has just opened a fall assortment cf well
- lecled and roost desirable t
SPPilKG & SUMMER GCODS
Gents and Dots furnished with CUVr-'
ING, HATS, SHOES, &-c of thlk
styles and best material, at the LOW rS
TARIETX CF PIECE GOCZ
which will be sold by the yard or made I
order in the most approved manner.
Having given full satisfaction to Lis ca.
tomers for more than twexti tixz tuj,
he guarantees the samo to all who may fa
h:ra with their patronage in the future.
&3-Store on the west side of Montory,
street, below Blair, next door to MasctJ
Hall, noliidayaburg, Pa. Imj23.1j.
M ill 1 II lllAUli owned and occupied by the sukcTfcrfS
J ' f ated in Munster township, Cambria corner
been proper, as an argument, for him to
show that evil results would fallow its adop
tion. . He, however, nowhere asserts that
the measure would be inexpedient, or that
it would not remedy the evil.
"R" in the goodness of his heart, and in
compassion of our want of legal knowledge,
advises us to study some work on "the prin
ciples and powers of civil government." We
feel deeply gratefnl, arid in return beg leave
to suggest that the careful study of a good
work on the Art of Reasoning would be very
beneficial to him. ' ' '
-His last sentence shows what an imraenre
appreciation he had of his own article. : He
trusts (hot this is Vie lost he shall hear tfthe
mailer. That is to say, he has complete y
closed up the subject, and has decided the
question for the people of the State much
better than they could have .done for them
selves. We commend Mr. "R's" modesty.
EAYinS JHST BIEEIVED
A NEW AND
four miles south-east of Ebensburg and
fourth mile from Samuel O'Uara'aSiill.cu.
tabling 121 ACRES and allowance, i offas
lor sale on -reasonable terms and easj pt
ments. Eighty acres tf the aWelaDdi-.
cleared, under good fence, acd in excelh
farming condition. The improvements et.
sist of a to-story FLANK HOUSE and i
large titAMt; lsakn, both in g.xxl pie
vation, as well as all other necessarr m.
buildings. An extensive orchard of cW
fruit trees and never-failing springs of exa.
lent water are on the premises. Further k-
formatiun can be obtained by rnakin' ipf
cation to : DANIEL O'lJARA.
MunsterTp., May SO, l8G7.-tf23
be educated ; and we claim further, that those
who, regardless of the in junctions of Scrip
ture, the Interests of society, and the voice
of nature in their own breasts, which should
prompt' theni to seek the welfare of their
offspring, neglect the education of their chil-
bave been killed outright, and many oth- J dren, should be compelled by law to do what
mey oinei wise retupe to do. J ne law wmcn
we advocate is intended to apply, ;not Ho
those who discharge their obligations to their
children in the wav of education, but to
Thb Latest and But Niws is that R.
H. Singer, who, "upon his . entree tnto our
town, reduced the price ef horse-shoeing one
third, has determined still to lead the van,
and offers to work 10 per cent.' lower than
the lowest for cash, and insures satisfaction.
Persons needing tire on their wagons or car
riages, can save dollars by giving him .their
work- "A dollar.saved Is a dollar" gained,"
and the way to save many of them la to get
your blacksmithiDg done with Mr. Singer,
at the west end of town. Mr. S. is also cell-
ing I. C. Singer unequalled Tire and Band
Bender a machine which saves ' a gTeat
amount of time and labor arid bends the Tire
round and true of which Wm.; Myers, of
Altoona, ears he wonld not take 9100 and
do without. . Any amount of testimony just
like that can be shown, but the machine la
iU'own best recommsndations to mechanic.
loGudd to society demox, Oil -Itaj " YffZrZ"
for sale. For. terms addres I.
AVI A J
An exchange records the fact that
another political parson has come to grief.
The Rev. James Davidson Dyke, of Indi
ana, was excessively "loyal" during the
war, and proved his orthodoxy and love
of country by inciting several riots egainst
the "copperhead3.w A few days ago he
was arrested for horse stealing, . and it. is
said several clear cases will bo made out
against him. - . .
The Fort Wayne Democrat tells of a
beautiful, intelligent, amiable, fascinating
and immensely wealthy young lady in
that city, who carefully conceals the
knowlege of her wealth, wears cheap
clothes, and works in a millinery'shop,
waiting for an interesting young man to
woo and win her "for herself alone."
There will not be a milliner left, in Fort
Wayne in three months, i
A colored boy, living near Cbrisfleld,
Md., placed a rail upon the track just be-
The xsiw Jury Law passed by the last
Legislature and signed by the Governor,
provides in its first section as follows :
'That the general election to be held on
the second Tuesday of October, Anno Dom
ini one thousand eight. hundred and sixty
r seven, and tri-cnnially thereafter, at such
': election, the qualified electors of the several
counties of this Commonwealth shall elect,
in the mannernow provided by law for tho
election of other county ofiicers, two sober,
Intelligent and judicious persons, to serve as
- jury commissioners in each of said counties
' ' for the period -of three years ensuing their
'' election ; but the same person or persons
shall not be eligible for re-election more than
. once In any period of six years: Provided,
That each of said qualified electcrs shall
vota for one person only a3 jury commis
sioner ; and the two persons having the
greatest number of votes for jury commis
. sioner shall be onlj elected jury commission-;
. er for such county."
" The pay ef jury commissioner is fixed at
two dollars and fifty cents per day, aud
four cents per mile circular from residence
to Court House. The penalty f jr neglecting
or refusing to attend to the duties of the of
fice is a fine of one hundred dollars.
fore the noon train passed up on Thrsday
morning. One wheel of the locomotive
passed! over before the train could bo stop
ped. The boy stood off about fifty yards
to observe tho effect of ' the rail. The
hands gave chase and captured him, when
he stated thatkhe put the rail on to see
how a train looked when it ran off tho
The Marion (Ohio) Independant says
that thirteen human skeletons, of an ex
tinct race, were found in an excavation for
a cellar in that place lately, and expresses
the opinion that the hill upon which the
excavation was made is full of similar
remains. 4 Two of the skeletons were of
females, the rest of male3. The females,
when living, must have been taller than
the average of men of the present day.
The males must have been seven or eight
feet high." -
When the steamer Wisconsin was
burning oa Lake Ontario, Mrs. Richards,
of Manchester, N. II. was left with an in
fant on board. The cabin boy, Warren
Tracy, of Ogdensbarg, offered to swim
ashore with the infant. The boy being
perfectly cool, the mother reposed coafi
dence in him and handed him the infant,
lie immediately jumped into the water,
and notwithstanding he waa . partially
stunned by some one who jumped upon
him from the wreck, he reached the shore
in safety with his charge. The joy of
the mother, who was the last but ono to
leave the steamer, on reaching the shore
and finding her child safe, can bo better
imagined than described.
ia the wav of education.
those who, disregarding the obligations
the parental relation, allow them to'grow.
UP in ignorance. - -
We would ask the editors of the Advo
cate," says this writer, "whence the Lemg.
lature derives its power to interfere, m the
manner suggested, with parental authority."
What does "R" mean by "parental author
ty 1" Does he mean to assert, as the whole
tone of his article seems to indicate, i that
the parent has absolute control of the child?
that he may, by virtue of "parental authori
ty," allow his child to grow up in ignqrance,
to prey upon society ? If this doctrine f
the absolute control of the child by.he pa-,
rent is true, then parents have a. perfect
right to inflict upon their children whatever
enormities, either mental or physical, their
passions or their whims may suggest ; and
the court which condemned Lindsley for
wnippmg ni3 cnua xo aeatn. rendered a
verdict "flagrantly opposed to natural law
and the liberty of the citizen." We contend
that the parent has no more right to produce
the intellectual and moral iuin'of the child
by neglecting his education; than he has to
hasten hia physical ruin by inflictions of the
lash. ..:. s - - r
We are told that such an enactment is
opposed to diviue law. The divine law im
poses tne duty or education. The; enact
ment which we favor is designed to prevent
parents from neglecting a duty which the
divine law enjoins. We -do not pay that
every parent rriust be made to send his chil
dren to the public school, or indeed to any
school. We simply insist that he shall not
bo allowed to neglect their education. How
then is such a law contrary to divine law ?
It is opposed to natural law, says "R."
Let us see. Natural law is a rule of human
action established by the Creator, and arising
out of the relations of human beings to each
other in a state of nature. It exists where
Dotn civine ana municipal laws are un-
O. Sisasa, Box S5, Altcona Pa.
The advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks by a very simple
remedy, after having suffered for several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease Consumption is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the
means of cure.
' To all who desire it, be will send a copy
of the prescription used (free of charge)
with the directions for preparing and using
fhe same, which i.hey will find a sure pure
tor the Consumbtion, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung
Affections. The object of the advertiser in
sending the Prescription is to benefit the
afflcted, and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer will try his ramedy, as it will
cost them nothing,- and may prove a bless
ing. Parties wishing the prescription, free
by retutn mail, will please address lliuV
EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsbur;
Kings Co., New York.
CLOT n ING, N
"VALUABLE FARM FOR SAlt
V - .fVl finVicrvSKr nf?Vr fur calc lin
situated in Carroll township, Camlrii cast
ty, about 2 miles from Carroi.town byrot '
on tne roaa icaamg? 10 riinecain&'s JLf
Said Farm contains over. 82 acres, most.
it cleared and under good fence, wit nan.-!
fortatle twbsstory Plank House and Lv
Barn thereon erected. There is a large el
chard of excellent fruit and several pr:r. f
of pure water on the premises one p( l ;
latter close to the house as well as astral
of water running through the middle of i
land. This property, will be sold cnL
and easy terms, jtor mrtner iniormac:
apply to the undersigned at Lilly Stati::
or to Archibald Smith, on the farm.
my30.-3m, - DAVID SMITH
IT ETTERS TESTAMENTS
' r C2 r ,
on the estate of Edward Shoemaker, late
Ebensburg, Cambria county," dec'J, all pf
sons indebted , to said estate will ciak c,
mediate payment, and all persons Iwi
claims against the same will present lhr
duly authenticatedto the subscribers at;
face of F. A. Shoemaker, ElensLurjj, L
., ,MARY SHOEMAKER. FTprnbh
ELLEN J. MURRAY, t r'iecntm
. 03- All persons indebted to the lale ti
of E. Shoemaker & Sons are requested tec
and settle their accounts.
IL A. SHOEMAKER & CH.
1 1 Competition!
GOODS OR PRICES
ERRORS OP lODTD.
A gentleman who suffered for j-ears from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and
all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will,
for the sake of suffering humanity, send tree
to all who need it, the recipe and directions
for making the simple remedy by which be
was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit, by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by
addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN B.
OGDEN, 12 Cetlar street N. Y.
It is pleasant to recommend a really mer
itorious article, hence we ask those suffering
from Dyspepsia, Nervousness, or Debility,
to try Dr. Strickland's Tonic. Dr. E. M.
Sams ordered $4 worth for J. C. days, Deca
tur, Ala. T. UartNcw York City, says "It
cured me ; where can I get it for my friends?"
Thu3 the write from all quarters, lm.
Instantly. Any trouble occasioned by
eating cucumbers or unripe fruit will disap
pear msranter if the sufierer will take one
swallow of Coe's Dyspepsia Cure. It is per
cud Invito tiio
known, and does not take its rise from any TXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Let-
positive precept. Murder, for instance, 13 a
crime under the naturaj. law, for if,murder
were allowed to go unpunished in any society
or state, or if it were regarded as right
therein, the result might be the entire de
struction of such society or state. Self-preservation
is said to bo the first law of Nature,
and anything, therefore., in the production
of which human bemgs have an agency,
either by commission or omission, and which
has a tendency to the destruction or deles
rioration of tho human race, is contrary to
tho natural law. "P" maintains that the
parent has a right to allow hi3 children to
ters Testamentary on the estate of
Francis Glosser, late of Chest township,
Cambria county, dee'd, having been granted
to the undersigned by the Register of said
county, all persons having claims asainst
said estate will pleaso present them duly au-
lucuucaiea ior fcccticmeai, ana inose inaeDt
ed to the same are hereby requested to come
forward and make payment.
PAUL YOI1NER, Executor.
, CliesTownship, Junc13, 1867.-Ct.
rrnilE RISING SUN STOVE POL-
' v- " - " J " J " -v. i
grow up ia ignorance if ho desires. Let us ' labor and cheapness, this preparation is tru-
supposo that all parents would do this, then
in the course of a lew generations we will
begin to retrograde toward barbarism. Lack
of education would brin with it icnoranco
and crime, aud they ia turn would produce
ly unrivalled. Buy no other. For sale by
Juno 13, 1SG7. ULU UUNTLLIY.
niP. fiif Inf.-rit I lav TnrV-a nn lm
had low for cash at HUNTLEY'S.
rri. t :r-
bria Oountv havinj? granted Lettot
. H . rf a ri (
Administration to the undersigned rj
estate of Andrew M'Grain, late of Claij
township, Cambria county, dee'd, cots
hereby given to persons inaer.ten to
tate to make payment, and tbose car,
. . ...... . V 3..-
Claims agamsi 11 10 preseui incm uu:t t
thenticated for settlement.
: ELLEN M'GRAIN.
Adm'x of Andrew M'Grain, dec'l
' St., Augustine, May IC, 18S7.-6t
mo WHOil IT MAY COSCm
All persons knowipg themsdre'i
tieutea to the unaersignetl on door tv-
or by notes now due, are requested .to
and settle the samo either by paying 4
cash (which, of course, would be preftfj
or giving Or renewmj; their notes. cuv
fore the 1st day of July next, as afta
date all accounts remaining unsettled wi-j
left in the hands cf a proper officer 6
lection. . A.SAOI
St. AugusUne, May 2, 1867.-!
EKECUTOR'S NOTICE. U
Testamentary on the estate of
Cunningham , late of Susquehanna towi
dee'd, have been grantai- to theundersif
rositlinf in Cirrnll townshiD. Cambna (
ty. All persons having claims aga.n
estate will present them properly Pj
and those indebted to tbe same am .-v
ed to come forward and make paymtf1
May 23. 18S7. Ct.
A DMINISTKATOCS SOTIj
Jk. Letters cf Administration on
of Cenry Krise, late of Clearfield
dee'd, have been granted to the sobs.
residing in said township, n1" ,!
claims against said estate will (V )
properly probated, and those owo
tate are requested to mafce payuic- .
JULIJS J. tutis. 11 35
YM. G. KRISE,
May 23, 1867.-Ct:
xera AesiaiiieEiary uu i"1-
olas Weilandt, i
ate of Susquehuic .i
snip, Uambna county, aeceaaw, -
grantetl to the undersigned bj ' tb.e ;
of said county. , All persons baw.
against said estate will please TL'
for payment, and these owing jW 1
requested to make pettlemcnt
: . rETERSllERO.ffj
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IT ETTEKS TESTAMEi
estate to make payment W5U1,
those having claims' again 'f;' ,
quotetl to present tliem propeoj
cated for ' settlement to n r tefti '
JAMES n: white.
or to his Altorney, r. a..v"
May 23, 1867.-61
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an. Cambria county,