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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 February 1848

I'UULisii i;n i;vi;ky Ft: in ay at SALEM, "COLUMBIANA CO., CHiO. J'y the Kreculive Committee " the Western .inli-.SIavcry Soy'cty. JAMKS liAKNAHY, Jr. Publishing .ent. m:jAHN s. joxks. J. KMZAUCTII JOXKS, , h01T",s- Printed far the Executive Cvmmiitee by G. N. HAPGOOD. ANTI-SLA'V VOL. 3. NO. 27. ".vu u.xo.y with S.UKM. OHM, FRIDIY, WD B I si.jnmm.Drns." VEIUU.VUY ly, i 171 whom: no. km. 1 ' ' CC""'?i rcmiltancti to U tnudc, and ail ittlert relating tvihe pecuniary rjuiri 1 he peptr, tobe uJretru (pustpNid)i the x'uliiiettitK ..'gen. Com muni aliunt intended for ruer fiuH, to it ndJrmrd to the Lditon. Tkhms: it 1 ,0' per annum, in advance, l.'.'.i if paid h-'iAli 3 mos. of ih limtf of foliicrihii g, and SI. SO if paymnil be de lay iJ .r.f.-ti than !i luos. f1-- No sobscuplion rtccived for less ihan " s.x monihs, and all piyiitents to be Biude within tj mos. of Ihe lime of ubtrribii'jr. Nnli-rr'-.tioiix for haif a year lo be invartw i'y paid in auvarce. From the Massachusetts Quarterl...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 February 1848

From the Liberator. The Methodist Church and Bishop Andrew. rev. rnu xn (.'arbI'on : A short lime since, as I was addressing a at" assembly nl1 'I'" cnnntciion of tins Moth- cleiiouiinatioii rose up, and charged mu Willi hearing UN" witness, ami mine. , witu mucii earnestness, I H ""''' "'"'' of iis liUnops, on.yjor marrying a lady who htUi sinus, A similar declaration lots been often made, at.d 1 find the church gene- r.illy believe it. It may be that the ministers knw iki better! tliun ;ti it is u defence of 1 lie i r hearts at great cost tu their heads to sup pose it. I have before mo tlio official proceedings relative to Bishop Andrew, in tlio (icneral Conference of IS 1 1, ami w ill give a few very brief extracts. They wero published by thu Church at tlio Conference O.aco lu New York. After the subject had been many days un- ilcr discussiun, and no prospi ...i,-t f'l.nrr!. willi .l:.v. rv. :l minister of that uu." .-in cl of all adjourn- mem unu nppeareu, ine lour J.isurips, Di...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 February 1848

Sale of Goods! Take Notice! Tlioso who were interested in tin Fair at ;..! .New l.yiim Know ini.i very iun) ...... .i - . were unsold, oonin 01 uicm na e sue. 11 tiisnosed of, but most of them remain on hand, It is very desirable thai Iheso goods which . , ., . WPregivco to rid bo .......slavery cause. stiOilM 1)6 cijnverlml into money; and as llm members of the Salem Sewing Circle think nrtirdt s nro 11st what the people ol ll.is vic.liilly woiilil Hue 111 ouv, aim nave innrco- ver ottered lo superintend 1111 ir su:c, i:iosu who wish to procure any 01 uiein can do so ,y applying at the Kail lload Hall, Main St. near the Dank, on V!ncsday 1 lie '.'.'ir l. w lieu the ilrjt applicant w ill have the. first choice. Do you wnnt a bed quill! you will find plenty of llintn there, some of then, very I ' xplendid too; you can take your choice, lor there is a variety. If you do not wish a hi d quilt you may find a cradle quilt that w ill . .. ., 1 1 1 ; 1 1 Hint you. I mm the numbered babies ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 February 1848

POETRY. The Armies. The Armies. BY DUGANNE. PRESENT. Have ve wen the marshalled armte, Thrcat'ciig beaten iih diie n lnriri J Gorgeous banners wave above them, Flash like flame their gliaming arms'. Ln ! their steeds the earih tire trampling Hark! Ilieir brnzrn trumpet's clang, An. I the sulph'rous elends of battle Like a pall abuvo them bang. Sl..ikrs the ground beneath their onset Quakes the sky with answering dread; Anil llie iron waltz of battle Whirls along with clashing trend ; Flash the flaming tongues of muskets Peats iho cannon's angry roar And the shell's .oud diapi,n Swells the iwful di.i of war ! Ijosctn-likc, sweeps on the tempest, lnm drops of iniiideroes rain, Thunderous fall the hulls of bailie, Crimson rivers cross the plain; IblaiidN rise where tall llie bravest, Islands formed of steeds and men; From the ca rill they sprang to bring . To the carih are tied again. Iron hoofs are on men's bosoms Hearts are crushed by cannon wheels; Still the drum-bent gaily suundeth...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 February 1848

I'UULlSUPI) KVURV I'HIUAV ATj SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. Ey the tlxcculiie Committee of the H'cttcrn .inti-Slarery Society. JAMES BAltXAUV, Jr. VuUH,hing .Igent HKN'J.VMiN S. JONES, J J. 12L1ZAPETH JONES, $ Editors. Printed fur the Executive Committee hy 0. N. HAPGOOD. j ANT VOL. 3. NO. 2S. xu iJo. u'tii SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, surEruLiu:ns." FEBRUARY 25, IS is. WHOLE NO. 13: .a) .'iin tu lie made, and ail Utters OCT rJaiimt totkt petunia oj;a,rs f thep,;,er. .rVe.;. Cummunicutiunitmenvtuj t,o, U be addressed to the Editors. ( 'r Ti cjir-f l,t!0 per annum, in adiante, if paid whhin 3 u.os. of it,e tin.- -subscribing, and $1.30 if payment ba Jayed iungtr than 3 nios. Q-y- No subscription reciivrd for less thi" .x months, and fill payments to be niU within ii.oh. of the lime of subscribing. Subscriptions fjr half a year to bo infflrro 0y paid in advance. , ,n,.. Position and Duties of the North with regard to Slavery. BY ANDREW J. PEABODY. It has been common, !)otli at the South and th...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 February 1848

COMMUNICATIONS. From the Lecturing Field. Thienps EniTos: There ant both light and shades in a lec lurer's life. Some of ihe tnttcr have recently passed ever me. A short lime since, 1 visit id Baeonsbtirgh, a sniail place in the north ern part of H.iielta, for the purpose of holding anti-slivery meetings. 1 made application for and obtained the use f (he Disciples' meeting house. Mr. Davis, one of the Utah, 'ops of the phurch, I was informed, controlled the house. 11b was recommended to ine k n very worthy wan, and all I saw of him went far lo confirm that opinion iu my mind. He readily opened the house. But before I wont to the pl.ice, what 1 had heard of it prepared me for indecent and dis respectful treatment. I had been informed that, not long since, on the delivery of a tem perance lecture, tho speaker and house were visited with a shower of urns. The marks cf the eggs yet remain, a proof which left io doubt as to the correctness of my informa- 'ion. Soon after commencing meeti...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 February 1848

rvgard to Hie injury 1 received, and refer to tlio caw because it was, in part, the causa of my inquiry." ' 3 Such conduct as this from professed aholi-' tioiiisls, lie it tinable to comprehend he wants an explanation lie cannot utrdei.tand liow audi men can be friends of the slave; in bit opinion (liey are putting hack tlie cause ' f emancipation acting as clog upon the w heels of that reform, and we think he is not f ir wrong in bis conclusion. The question be has naked, lias suggested many thoughts upon which we have not time now to dwell. A Correction. 1 n one of the memorials prepared for cir culation by the Executive Committee, the following resolution is given as having been adopted by the General Assembly. "limited. That in tlio name and on be. naif of the people of Ohio, we ir,o hereby pro Jest against the annexation of the republic of lexas to the union of these States, as un just, inexpedient, and destructive of the peace, safety, and well-being of the Nation; and we do, ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 February 1848

POETRY. For the Bugle. Words of Counsel. Tloaliiif JovnTiine'cr.ise!ef4 river sliiiiibrr .i t not upon me oar. ; b , ' r iiifl noi iur mo j'j a "i-i""- from the ills before ! Waste not life in idle dreaming nor in selfish toil for gain. Soon tho conqueror De.ith will show tlieo that thy golden dreams arc vain. Ope thine eyes thou careless hearted to Earth's misery ami wring; Seo the helpless and the lowly crushed be- miath the nroud nod stroni. See tho widow's team of sorrow ! lie;ir the orphan's hitler cry ! Wrapt in dreams of wealth and eplcnJor see a world paes heedless by. Dost thou seek the wreath of glory, deeming that a noble prize 1 Doth yon starry banner charm thee, floating out beneath the skies 7 Doth the syren vico allure thee, strewing flowers beneath thyfeel? Doth the heartless world entice theo with her flatteries false but sweet.? Shrink thou from ynn silken banner, blood hath stained its every fold ! Il bntli wavo I o'er scenes of horror thou wouldn't shudder to beh...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 March 1848

FUULISIIKD EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By the Kxceutire Committee if the IVctlern -inti-Slnrery .Society. JAMES BARNABY, Jr. Publhhing Jlgent BENJAMIN S. JONKS, ) J. ELIZABETH JONKS, hDIT,"", Printed far the Executive Committee by . N. HAPGOOD. rm VOL. 3. NO. 29. AN LA VERY B XO L'SWy WITH SUrWot.fiKHs.'' SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1818. GLE. WHOLE NO. 133. ) (Hr.111 rcmitlnnen to be made, mid nil Ulltn rclatitic to the pecuniary ijjuin if tlu injur, tobe addrmcd (post paid) to the Pubuthing .1gcnt. Communication intendtd for inter lion, lo be nilil rented to the Kditurt. Terms: I,00 per annum, in odiance, l.!.'.r if paid uri'AiH 3 mos. of ihe time of .' .. . . .. . ... , . i j. subscribing, and i,au u paymein u un lay ed longer than 3 mos. No subscription received for less than six months, and all payments to be made wnnin u mos. or me miir ui uuainuivg. Subscriptions for half a year to be inrariw bly paid in advance. The following Burlesque Trial, which we foun...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 March 1848

Wilson Hobbs, again. V e hm recently received from a gentle taBti, in Warren County, a letter on the sub ject of an article that appeared in the Ihrald. a lew day ago, ruficcling severely upon the 1 conduct of Wilson Hobbs, towards a young idy, a pupil in the academy of which he is ' principal. Our correspondent thinks we were misinformed and does not spare the mo- tires ol the person he suppose, lo have been our informant. As we have iio evidence of his knowledge of the source of our infurma- i!i?.!U-8e.XCT u" fo' "ol Pr"B him to lie right in Ins censure, He denies that the young lady had enter- d upon the discharge of her duties as a pu- pil, and says she was merely a spectator, not furnished with books, nor placed , f norenrolled. ' P d,Ban,el,,Sk,iT He denies also that the dismissal took place during school hours, and says lhat the communication was made to her alone during !..r?.e.Mi 'h! Iytonder.,1 no hei" M 10 understand what was said nnd that it was not made in an insulting ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 March 1848

John S. Cock. A letter from John S.Cock to Enos 1 1 ill is of Ml. L'uiun, will bs found in another col umn. Our coinmtnts upon it will he brief. W'e hold thai a Representative has no au thority to trample underfoot the right of pe tition, even though he regards the thing ask ed fur absurd, demoralizing, mid treasonable. If he believes this to bn thu character of a petition, it is a sufficient reason why ho should vote against granting it, but does not justify him inassuuiing tojudge for the House without suffering any other member to see it this would indeed he making himself of the walk," for, how does ho know hut that every other member may consider the request reasonable, the object elevatinir, and the petitions highly patriotic. It is a matter of opinion whether a Stale Legislature has authoritv to act on helmll nf the people of the State, nnd withdraw from tho Federal Union. Those who believe that it lias, certainly have a right to ask it to act in the premises, leaving it toju...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 March 1848

POETRY. From the Free Missionary. Inalienable Rights. Every thing else may lie owned in the uni verse, hut a moral, rational being cannot he property. Channing. What! man enslave hie fellow man, Crush him with want anil t il and pain, Crush to the ground the undying mind, With slavery's loul accursed chain Barter in souls, whose living fire, Shall glow when stars and suns decay; Souls, quenchless as lit' Eternal sire, Who sits enthroned in endless day 1 No! thou mayrst call all nature thine, And nil her powers thy servants be ; But touch not those, whose tonus enshrine God's image which he fashioned free. Yon sturdy ox, go work or kill ; Make huge leviathan your prey ; Men's homes with light, his death shall fill, And turn the city's night to day. The horse, though 'thunder clothe his neck,' Uo seize and teach the bridle s law ; Or make the 'fire-steed,' at your beck, His chariot through the mountains draw. Make streams rise up to turn your wheel, And 'work their passage' down your ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 March 1848

PUBLISHED KVEIIY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By the Kxerulite Committee nf the Western .inti-Slarery Society. JAMES OAKNAHV, Jr. Publishing Agent IJKNJAMIN S. JONES, J. KLIZABKTII JONI Printed for the Executive Committee liy G. N. 1IAPGOOD. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, VOL. -NO. 30. .o vxios with SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAKM 10, is is. si..ir:uoLi)i:us." WHOLE NO. 131. : (gf.l remitlnnc.es to be made, and nil letters n hit in:', lol.e pecuniary ijairnf Mr paper, tribe additssid (post 'u the Pubttthnur Agent, t'ommunieatiuns tnttnilt d for inset' tiuii, to be. addressid In the Editors. Ttn.vsi l,00 per annum, in advance. I iM.iij II Hi uiiiiin .( mot. ul "i nine c subscribing, and Sl.fll) if J :ijf mtlil be de i lawd Idiiaif t It ;i 11 J inos. Q:J" No subscription reccivpd for less tin") six months, and nil pnyir.t nts to be made within ti lnn. nl the tune ol andscrilili'g. Subscription f.tr half a year to be invariw (paid inixlvance. EXTRACTS FROM JOHN Q. ADAMS' ADDRESS AT NORTH BRID...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 March 1848

havi: hi our face agaiiiet wliat they hoM iitnt wlich they have brought forth and Mill I n..r .ml rhi.h. L m dantrpr: and so. like the wary old cat, they re jealous of us, let , u ' roar' ever so much ' like fucking doves.' j Peiliaps, tor, , (;.in,!ikinaaeniePi.ni.Rl, , to perceivp in the eld w rmaii s mode of pro-I reeding, some resriiiblar.ee to lirr own tig,r nature, and dredd her all the mere' en that ! acromit. In that rise I iiss was in the rioht. and showed her sense, and I doubt iiot kIic feared her more than she did llie dorr, who, though a ruder, was a more open and honest enemy. So. most likply, it would be with the 6lave. holders and iheir abettors they wuuld onlv dread and halo this abolitionists iho more if they were smooth-tongued, more polite, and attempted to gloss over heir determined hos tility to slavery, will. pet. tie words. Hut were it not to, and could tln.-y -ruin anything for their cause by such humus, they "would disdain to use. th-in. In the words of Cur...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 March 1848

and Missouri, lie cases referred lo am all in point. ( We might say much more in regard to the j Constitutional question, hut wo trust that the thoughts wo have here presented will furnish our correspondent some food lor reflection, and if he wishes to investigate it more fully would refer him to "Selections from the Madisou papers," and "Phillip' Review Spooner." These, we think, would givri him such a clear view of the pro-slavery char- , ncter of the United Stales Constitution, that 1 he would see that it washy the existence and ! active operation of Ihnt Compromise r,f the ' the fathers that slavery ha3 gathered power to rule thia nation, that it is by the support it I receives from the Union it is enabled lolivoV mid move, and have its hein g; and that those ' who wish to strive most effectually against ! it, must strike fearlessly at the American j Constitution and the American Union, and ' at the religious sentiment which sanctified ! them in tho beginning and sanctifies them...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 March 1848

POETRY. From the New York Evening Post. Pictures of Memory. BY MISS ALICE CAREY. Among the beautiful pictures That hang on Memory' wall, I one of a dun old forest, That seeineth best of all. Not for it guard d oaks olden, Dark with the mistletoe, Not for the violets golden That sprinkle the vale below ; Not lor the milk-white lillies, That lean from the fragrant hedtre. Coquetting all d;iy with the sunbeam, And stealing their golden edge; Not for the vines on the upland Where the bright red berrieM rest, Nor the pinks, nor the pale sweet cowslip, It seemeth to me Mis beat. I once had a 1 i til o brother With ryes that were dark and deep In the lap of that old dim forest lie lieib in peace asleep ; Light as the down nf tho thistle, Free a the winds that blow. We roved there, the beautiful summers, The summers of Ion;? ago ; Cut bis feet on the hills grew weary, And, one of iIih autumn eves, I made for my little brother A bed of the yellow leaves. Sweetly bis pale arms Added My netU i...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 March 1848

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE Is published every Friday, at Salem, Co'.um Liana Co., Ohio, by the Executive Committee of the Wksthk Anti-Slavkiiv Sociktv; and it Ilia only paper in the Great West which advocates secession from pro-slavery government n n J pro-slavery church organi zations. Ii in edited by Dknj. S. nnd J. E l.iiAUt rir Jonks; and while, urging upon the people the duty of holding " No union vf itli .Slaveholders," either in Church or Slate, an tlifl only consistent position an abolitionist can occupy, and an the heit mean-) for thn de struction of slavery ; it will, so far as its lim it permit, give a history of the daily progress of the anti-Hlavery cause exhibit the policy and practice of slaveholders, and by facts and arguments endeavor to increase the zeal and activity of every true lover of Freedom. In addition to its anti-slavery matter, it will con tain general news, choice, extracts, moral tales, &. It is to be Imped that all the friends of the Western Anti-Slave...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 March 1848

From the North Star. Great Religious Revivals. They arc, we regret to observe, becoming uncommonly prevalent throughout our war tnnking and man-stealing, ecclesiastical and political Union. Vermont, New I I.im psli ire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Ten nessee, nml M iotissi p i'l , nro triumphantly I I j I trumpeted by our blavclmldinrr religious press, j as being at pr aenl favored with a most eopi oua out-pouring of the spirit of God. There is a revival now going forward in this city. We understand t'uut one has been in progress tit Waterloo, during the cnli-o winter ; anoth er too, is on the " full lido of successful ope ration" in Geneva. Churches and Ministers which have during a long period, gone thro' the dead form and dumb-show of religious worship, with ns little lif-, as if the Holy spirit had bidden them adieu and taken its everlasting flight ire at last amused from their stupor by the galvanic operation of pro tracted meeting. Of the various plans pro posed, fir...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 March 1848

Straining at a Gnat. We have just read on account of llio 8ction of Ilia Missionary Board, belter known as the A. It. C. 1'. M., in regard to two of ita mis sionaries in Siam, whom it has dismissed from its service for certain grave offences of wliich they had been guiliy ; for the Hoard j is very particular in regard to the character of those In its employ. Daniel 1). llradlry and Jesse Caswell have fir s long lime devoted themselves to the ar duous life of missionary laborers. Bradley had been thirteen years in Sinm, and ('un well eight years. They were men who had (rreat inlliienco over those Bruund iIumu, and were unwearied in their missionary efforts i t!io fiiriiier, by his successful practice as n surgeon and physician, was especially popu lar, and the latter Is the best Siamese scholar j in the mission field. They had received the cheerful support and warm approval of the ; Hoard until quite recently, when charges were preferred against them, which led to their dismissal ; f...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 March 1848

"SAW UP AND SAW DOWN." A TALE. 'We must have some new furniture, and thai soun," said a gentleman, Inking a lei- surely survey of the parlors one morning, , tooth-pick in hand. "I have linen looking at my cousin Madison's very line iheirs; re-i ally, ours begins to look shabby, arkish !" Mow, liit her !" asked one of the three, hoys who lollowed hi.u in the survty. ( "Arkish, my son, it looks as it were from J the ark quite out of tlate we must have new." I "Xot fr the present, my dear," observed ; a lu'ly, rising from lliu hreiihf.ist I .hie, and i follon iusr nn : "this wilt answer for some j li mo to oi.me ; it is hardly ten years old. ami you know how haiiusume it was cults thin "Ves, and d you rememlicr how chicken hearted you were afraid it was beyond our means!" said the gentleman, chuckling hit it lookl old now, nut of date, ut least bo sido our cousin Madison's." "Why make any one our standard " ask ed the wife. "Look ut these three boys to pruvido for," as she patted Phil'...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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