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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 23 December 1871

z JU Caiubria jTmmau, GDSiTSBURG, 1A. SATtBtAT MoHswa, : : Dec. 23, 1871. A Bill passed th lower branch of Con. grws last wetk fixing the ratio of ropresent atlon uneUr the lata census at 137.000 and the number of mombers at 288. TLo pru. ent number is 241. Under this bill Penn jlrania will be entitled to 26 members, being an incrcate of tico. The New EDg laDd States lose two members. The r6pre sentatien from the Western and Southern 8tates will be largely Increased. The gain In the former is owing to the rapid Increase in population, while In tho Southern States it arises from tho fact that since slavery has been abolished nil the nogrocs are enumera ted in determining the ratio, whereas under the old mode of apportionment only ihree fflhs of the bUvcj wert entitled to repre-aeutatioo. A. T. Akisman, of Qjorgia, who was a member of the military stuff of the rebel Gau. Robert Toombs, and who, for the last year, has betn attempting in his own pecu liar way to discharge the duties of ...

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 December 1871

! iasBKi'T ,Tir. -aiv-a-co ixawfi'iKw.Tr' ;r2iCS-52: S3 3S - - - . . - - -,r 15 ' " f i. - ST w SATURDAY, DEC 23, 1871. I LOCAL AND PERSGNAL. I Tapsr 5Cext VTtun.-Tf you are a ab j fcriber don't go to the yostofijeo or wait W ' i i.. i.,., v thn rr.tn..v E' tieea, i car. in iu "'b J , ,. 3 ... tn .!,a if vou are not a subMiiwr ..o- . you i u b0,f0wie bis ruur neighbor ior too puij cop,, fof he won't bare Ujo ; e to keep tne ioii..j. monftV. al!j w0 . 1 11 M we want to try wi -- ... ,, .iim.efore want to do ei-v And .ill .-,t a Pilfcr De-Lt .itiniLi3 nnt or en excepting 5,J. wh o-. a. tl.. a.o.1. wo tenJer with .11 our. h. cuinplin.eut. of the season. May Xs. b .ed Plcrtr remember a.. J ccor ae iim.1t one about tbeiu. and mav the grand ,su1t b. a Merry Cbrlettu.is and a Happy Yeurto cue af.d all-joy wiiliuut mcsure, hsPpiue without alloy. And may ibey who Ui Lava a clesir record on our boo-i Wiicn tie i-evr year dawns. What will Movk Yvilo hiive no dc i'r to ee the Fkeiman discontinu...

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 December 1871

JUL if - CtaiouB Customs of Iowa Iktiaxs. There is still remaining near Toledo. Iowa, a small rrmuant of two Indian tribes, the Sacs and F xes, known as the Musquawkees, who nuruber about tbree hundred mtn, women and children. They me very lazy, ilirty and degraded, and probably will ail disappear iu a few jeara. A warrior amoug tliem having died was jdaced on a largo iiece of baik, raised sev j rl feet Ligh in an old elm tree, secured by trong thona of leather, and left there for I more than two yeara. A t-quaw was buried j in a sitting ixstuie, the lower ;art 1A the ! ixly covered with earth, thd head and trunk rtect, and, ixccpt a 8'i.k.ing aa the ground ettled, the fktlelon sat upright fr nearly five yeara. Oue of tic men, buried in the aume manner, had hie rifla j hiced at hii ahotiUer, firmly clapped with both handi, I ill nature dissolved the teudona of the arm acd the wrapou fell. S nietimra they iuter litem at the uuusual dejilh of teu and even eleven ftt. At others the cor...

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 January 1872

v.'V A-: 1 -iv n s v--, V:'.:J lb- t H ;-' !' i .1 K,AJ HS IS A TTnOil TUB TRUTH MAK23 FRE3, AXD ALL AR3 SLAT3S B2SIDS. B. A BPPSBB, Editor and IubiJB2.r. EBENSBURG, TA., SATURDAY, JANUARY" 6, 1872. NUMBER 47. mm ,m ! ra tal mm Ml.i.du 'smmmmmsmmmm: Wm u jr. i r .1 if gJfW g.iVft!l5fKt. fillflCOiDKSTRIltTlOS. ?L rvrnt i:i:f fut'ire. AVith irrajihic .n, hciit;ta;!.l f y !rie iU of i h .lisaster. Uo. V i i ..:! f.uJ J. W. S!iea!)n. t.luo: s of U,Cul .;. 'yrihvuf. Witli over 400 pf.;;os. auJ t nil(lrMin'. It 14 uov.-t i1t for lcliv?-T. ' r.'TO ii;MTCn S-n.Ul.uJ for outfit t'S rnioii rubliibhig Conipuy, C Lic-aro, IU., tV'pinia-itij'iiia, CUNDURANGO. fCea A" 'o.. Fluid Eslr, Ti.,r-:-ri!l reiae.lT for ('antkr. SypnuiiJ, i J.t? - . !ifii-,nrr(iMPl.ti('l:. !"; 1 5"L I i-.-uw . v . ..... - i r i.'-'-Riuta.l ("f:i:.MClir.()Oi imukasks rr! fYi'M I.cj.i. Kcimilor. ;-fiupi1 Iit the as- .:fa.iit h'.u-it ii of tliat country- 1 1 ig ; i:riin:jit awl errlcin altratire i ,'i'i-knowu. Solilbyail Drnj...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 January 1872

Cambria Stttmmu Saturday Morning, : : Jan. 6, 1372. ' The total-abstinencs men are to hoUl a f National Convention r.t Cleveland on the 222.1 of February to rr.nVo nominations for the Presidency and Vice Presidency. lIIos. D, J. Morrill declines being con sidered a candidate for Governor before the Republican Convention. Of course Danifel feels it io bis bones that tha next Governor of this State will be a Democrat, and he don't want to be ibngbtered. IIok. James P. Pari; has been appointed tbo member of the National Democratic Corninitlee from Pennsylvania, to 11 the vacancy caused by the death cf lion. Isaac Ilciater, cf Lancaster. The appointment was made by Hon. W. A. Wallace, Chair j laan of the State Committee, in accordance with the wishes of the memlsra thereof. Fort several days wj bare mi?sed from onr table that always sprightly aud ever welcome visitor, the New York Sun. It is a griev ous 1cm ncd can only be remedied, since it ! id the loast of its editor that "the Sun sh...

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 January 1872

St Cambria jfmmau. I SATURDAY, JAN. G, 1ST2. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Tli mtiieer. That l."r will pay Tor the rktiMx tor ouo jear--thai S3 pl7 fo1' t,0 copies, one to on old and cue to a new Fubcriter lht$3 will pay tor the Ilsrrisburg IMuiot aivl the FukkMaA conjoint! in clubs cf twenty. all old .ubseribeM, or $3 7 CI IWClilJ.'" i .fc re tiOIT subscri- pipcia when ten of tho ciuj are " petur-up f .cl-TcKM for one old -ml " "2! (monthly.) the , Fiut- t . .:i.r- "r1" ?;..'! n,l,,t i Will Max. "u" Magazi.nk end the ?' ... lor one old and one new subscribers .. , n , !.;,. frirnds. sud cud on jeur aoiut ivu. - , ,,i, i.ti iiiotiev riKt awoT. lor iiic presei. acceDted time. Don t put on mini to-u.w what should be done to day. jimpm nnl Jllsfcapsat and sicnr IToiiic. Tlisre aro at present three porsons in Bed- t.rJ awaiting trial lor tiiurder. Th days aro potting longer, but it is hard U nee the elongation unless you consult the alriiAinic. The second week of Janunry Is to be ob forTd a a wee...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 6 January 1872

z A SisSit on Vesuvius In Eruption. A TnUILI-lNQ SKETCH. A Naples correspondent of the. London A theme j in furnishes the following inter esting account of a visit to Mt. Vesuvius: Tho remains of the lava stream which brok out from Yettivius at tha beiouin; of this year, dwindled notably somo four or fire dsys since, so as to Lecoma almost in- yisibla at night, and we were expscting a period of rjuiescenc, when sins of fresh ac tivity became apt aent.ard, on Tuesday, two streams, Usuiog low down from, new point cf the ash cone, ducmccd along Us sides, raising a largo cloud of amoke and vapor. At uiitht the Min-ctica mod magnitude of these two glowing streams could be ruadiij observed from ap!ts. and at tha same time it was seen that the small crater (of this ye:tr) near the top of tho cone was blazing & !ho! wii.li atresinons flirne, whilst at short inter- j vals ahowprs of r?d hot ashes were i-juctd i l'roro the mouth of th b' crater. Vesuvius j in fact, in regular piocoi f eru...

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. — 13 January 1872

Will raiiTM M &SmmaMym mwWwmlw ' ;illirw !,ftll Q. A. KS. IKE, EIJecr end Publiafccr. BB IS A FREEMAN "WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES JJC2B, AD ALL ARE SLATES BESIDB. Terms, 53 per jsar In advance. EBENSBUR'G, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1872. VOLUME 5. NUMBER 48. i 81I.EXniU L Inducements! THE WEEKLY PATRIOT, GREATLY EXlinGEB AXD IMPROVED. Tl f. o'.i favorite Democratic Weekly, THE r l i:li'.T, vr ill appear on the: !RST DAY OF JANUARY, 1872, r.r.r VTJ.Y r. .A ti !"! nn 1 cnanri hu h Al1' ... ., m mi itii nil. 10. It 1,1 ill L.. ... - --V- -I' " " 1 I'll more n't'niiX i.irtii-i ii.tn "j '. !, iii l'cnn-vivnnia. '; . '';, j-i'-. ail the Political and (icnoral ' ' cct rent week in coiideii.--ed form, t : l :;im accurate report of the JlAR Vni'k, Philadelphia, ISaltimore, vivand Harrisbunr. . , I ; u r 1 .'opart r.unt Trill contain Tales. "i' -try. &-., by the best American and . . ; ', : ..i stall fiill and faithful reports '-. uiJii Legislative proceedings I : .7 n t .i 1 ns rollers u ...

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. — 13 January 1872

aae'g-CTOC3fcr Cambria Sztcmaix. Saturday 'Morning, : : Jan. 13, 1872. Tlic KSappy Family. The Radicals of Cambria cotraty strs, at the time of tlo prertftf writlDg, cerlaiu'y a "Happy Family." We mean no ironical use of the term. Compared with the past, thir situation is one in which thoy may well iudu'go their complacency; and we must not grudge it to them. In 1854, when Know-Xothingism carried the day, they elected the member of the Legislature. In 18G0, when the Democrats uudeitook to elect three members, thoy were all dofeated and a Radical returned. But, with these two excplicn, ccr Radical friends hare had a long dry spell of it, to far as the representation of CaruLria county i concerned. Isoxo, thanks to Democrats who took another '-New Departure," and to ths money influence, thay have Ham ember from Cambria couuty. Mr. Henry, too, is one whom they need not ftar, fir, though he represents a constituency of more than ssveu hundred Democratic Totes, he will never cast a ballo...

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. — 13 January 1872

i'J Cambria .freeman. SATURDAY, : : JAN. 13, 1872 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. i RrifitMBBR That $1-75 will pay for the Fui for one jMthal $3 mil Py for ' rd.i nnd t)iie to a new Xtnvfort.,!!. of tonty, an old V-iew subsCri- p.pei. when tu of t l'B Mch paper to the Urn. and n extra . ' ?6 ., ' hutb th. p.ll9,up of th. cl 'XLe o!d .nd Wmklt Ac lrL.,hat f.j.a5 will get the 8 Uc7 rs o Han,... (monthly.) theFr.EK TnT" b"ifu cl.romo.or that $4 wi.l IvW- Hoi;HOLD Mawz.ns nnd the Fo "or one old nnd one new subsenber. L"ke Tonr choice, friends. ...dsend ou your monev riht .r. for tlie rr.t.t month . the StJ time, j'oo-t put off until to-morrow what should be dons to daj. lflLI-IAM It- CONWAY. Oi 7i Timk Rocks. Conway wns ayounff ,.,Hn of k-reat promise, hti.l. had he lived, would X?, 1 v have made a Wk mark in the world. , hi for several years t he editor Ol a Denio 4tV r.-J'-r called TAr Vme 7 Spin', printed at , "r dU .burif. 1 rankliu county. ,i thw state, i . -5 the editor of that journal durmjr...

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. — 13 January 1872

Frorsi rittbiinaph Leader, Jan. 4. GOVERNOR GEARY'S MESSAGE. A Syi:irsi of All tlie Points TUe Fi nn iiicci-Vo:i-l ii ill iotinl Lii'inrtii i lie 'in.wioii 1'nni Governor John W. Gc:iry ycsterdjty Font his annual message to the le'giiski ttire. It open with a statement ol" the eufidition ct' the finances, shovrinir tlio total pv.Vic d.ht November 30, ISTl.to .! $'2SJSI..07i 7:?. Oa 2iovember 1S70, the total indebtedness of the State was fol,lll,GGl L'i), sl:owinjt a decrease (lurin- tho year of (-2,131,590.17. The total fund A LU amounts to 13.800,-1-15,10, unfunded .$113,020.50, and tho two added together makes tho total dolt. The cciiuiii.-.;ic;:ci'3 of tho sink ing fund report a.-cts in their hands amounting to (0,-100,000. The (J-.v-iTiioi" very wisely recommends that the jirriroy.riation bill, which is generally j.assod about the t'nnejtho legi.latare ad journs, uo taken up ami passed at an early period of the session, so as to en able him to give it that examination which its ...

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. — 20 January 1872

M 1 irf' E5, A- BrriEiE, r:::cr and S'abllslicr. E2 13 A FREEMAN T7II0SI THE TRUTH 3IAKE3 FREE, AND ALL ARE SLAVES EZ3IDE. Terms, 02 per year In ndrnme. V0LU3IE 5. E1BKNSBURG, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1872. NUMBER 50 -3 -1 1S72. TESAG-E. 1072. Prepare for tho Presidential Campaign finer latj: szjc coc:csts. Xo H 'Jip Timr- tij) C I:sjs nf Once - - i'jri!,J;t'f it t:srirv in t5io L'i-os-jit i-i" E;:iI:! .tsuiranfi' of" S;iccris in ttio Fuliirn i !l ; AUK is tho fn ul nn.i tarnot ndvofnlc of i ll i.. iiK-ijilt s its ilcchire 1 1 tiio tonn ; i !; If ; -1 1 1 ! ; i ; e im-J r-i:i l.d.lio-l i 11 iis i nyi i :. '!'( il.-iVi'.t ;uiii liuiiiititin them i y its ;:t n'l'l it is the pci'sistt'-n t inul virfil- i ft - .,1 :MV ,v . ot if'wirin,i.ri-iiii:l aii'l ltiuniciiml. n';z'.!t no :tl!i;ilii c ii h nn.v i liquo or hiss I. l '" l-i: il has hcon mLjcc-t M nn nirnipl m . but I::".- !a!.nrca, wilhout fear or lavcr. , r III.' ; t i : ' r.i I pu.. u.- ex jMaiiit ure H f;ih ro.l in pny of t !:e ...

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. — 20 January 1872

mnbria JFrtfmam CTS&XSBVRtS, PA. Saturday Morning, s : Jan. 20, 1872. A joist rksotxt!ON has passed bolh branches of tbo Legislature fixing Thurs day, March 28th, ns tha tirn8 for th final adjournment of that body. Tug renulnr annual meeting of the Pa. Elituril Affociation will convene in the State Capit&I, Ilarrisburg, at 1 1 o'clock, a. m., ou Thursday next. ' Hon. Thomas Niciiolsost died t bis home in Frankfort Springs, Heaver coun ty, on Inst Sunday. -lie had ben n mcra br of the Legislature at different times, and since 1S45 held the position of cash ier of tho State Treasary at intervals aud under different republican administrations. He was lost appointed in May, 1871, but resigned bis office last fall owin;; te Lis declining health. As ft member of the House he vras known as the "watch dog" of the Treasury, and resisted everything liLo cxtravngance in public expenditure with nil the energy of his stubborn and impulsive- nature, 1 1 is integrity both in public and pri...

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. — 20 January 1872

(gqmbrici jTrccmonj SL1TURDAT, : t ; : I JAN. 20, 1573 LOCAL AND PERSONAL .... AxoTmtn Year Gone By. With the present iiun.ber of the Fbeemax c'oses tie fifth Tiar of its existence, our issues of May 13ih and 20th having both been inadvertantly printed No. lb. Thoseon our books who owe ue for mom than two veer' subscription, with perhaps a few ex ception, as well as all others in vhoro wo have nut ih most in.pl.cit faith, will r.ceite no inoie pafere from us until all arrears are paid tp-which will probably rbe Wo" than r . . r:l 1. rt.l With blJJS Bt tllS) Vito of iQ 5'J per year, and If tuey Jail . a-ond wULiha reasonable time, suits at law H be U t rtsi.lt in all case, where there .s , V. f colIectii-K what is ,hoiestly Our "To those who hive paid us Ilk. honest .nJhonerable men, tender our heartiest thanks, and fondly nop that nMi of them will tire in well doing. To all our fr.emls we anneal for continued support, and ask them to lend ua a helping hard in increasing our pa tente...

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. — 20 January 1872

16 AY XIGI1T. Vfiave cleTas many m eistscn I fl.is vab cf tears, understand to i tho mingled joyn and sorrows of j T bunday night courtfhip. With what trepidation, half doubt, half triumph, wo noted tlie etlect of "Warren's lilackir.g" on our new sewed boots ; or, w ith trembling fingers, essayed to tie the j fancy neckcloth, fur which our tailor had charged us Biich an cutrtigcou? price, u:i blushingly i.tlirming that he was making a present of it at tli.it amount ! How wo palpitated iis we approached the house which was the casket cor.tini:2 our jew el, and perh?p3 lost heart as we approach ed it, and made a circuit of n block or two In fore cor.i'cg to tha door ! How our heart b'at tumultuously r.3 wo i.iid a shak ing: hand upon the knob and uve a pull, t.ud heard ihe bell ring out in the ball ! Would she come to t ho door ? ' Y.'o'dd the be glad to f ee 1:3 ? Io, it is the cook, who pro pedis tlie mop and wrestles with the frying pan in tha lower reg'ons, and this bard-hearted f...

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 January 1872

1 ' s I i gnmbria jrccmmi. SATUH I A Y, : : : : ; J AN. 27, 1S72 " local and personal. ,Tbis asul niDbnpsnl wind n?nr froine. Court is in tseision in liollidftysburg this llu-eal option in Harri.burg is whUkey I.f. ''.-Vie sn-all-poii liss nearly iiisitppenred from .-;;i:-!t':!"-lcn county baa instructed for Jor d n ir Liovotnnr. . ,-i l eu are the fiirld going to get up a Leap T(?.r VMV in lowr.V CitMiiioM is rcjuiccd becnuse she Las just ij re.! a horse thief. i.aw m 00n be rcudy, for the rsck i'icii of ii:uinte. 'I irtiiir.sters must bike mutilated fraction. ( ci rr'.-i cv for postage fitimps. The Arcument Court will take placo on Lcst 'iun.i.y week, February nth. T!iu ijs-'k ol writing the financial accounts of tl ici!ii'v for the past yer is iieaiiy com :-.i. Win K-'uit. colored of Al:oonn.,;has been '.Hied a Kspnblirin committeeman Sur the .i, u'li'i ot I i i t city. -Tin' thine ot a four-vcar-old girl in ?I r.nt Ci-.i n cut-glit hie one any last wets. Tl.c ihi c i tin? mmo da...

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 January 1872

-:Sv--r.-vJ.z 'err :t:-rr-.-. . a .t M ,tt . ;:1 ',1 v. "1 v.1 . - - . 1.'',,1 - :.' "'is' 1 - i o b n e I) It tc lh ra im . . 4 3 1 L fro in American Volunteer, Pittsburgh. 1 tit! 12 LACK. EitiG. Ill' AUTIISK SAHI'I.E. My grandfather was journeying lo Pitts- ' Ltuii trotn his limine in Lancaster coun Ij, when his hots became unwell udden ly when he was Borne fifty-eight ruilen distant frem his domination, My graud falher placed his horse tinder the care of a rtiiahle farmer, with vyhora ha remained ever niht, and euddenly resolved to proa ecste the balance of the journey afoot, lie wap an extraord'mai y walker, and ha proposed accomplishing the fifty-eight mi leg iu cne day. And what is more he did it, entering the tity early in tho even ing, bat ratlser worn. II is errnid to 1'itlsburjjh wej ennply th collection of a Urge sum of money, f hich was duo him from a man whosi reputation was fast fading. After n short uviny lis gucce'id in regsnning his taney, i iii ii- .... vlnch ha re...

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 January 1872
Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 3 February 1872

eamMSimmimwrtrv(ii nm in nm im ftfit m lit it S tg&ppS&m- 'riZi-Z-r JfiwAA A4K-e& AAA6 4&Js, H. V, Wi'IKE, Editor aud I'ublUlser. EE 13 A FREEMAN WHOM TUB TRUTH MAXE3 JFREB, AND ALL ARE SLAVES EESIDB. Terms, $2 per jear lu nlfeucc. VOLUME G. E B EN SB ORG, PA., SATURDA Y, FEBRUARY 3, 1872. NUMBER 2. I H , 1 ...r 0 ". i .- A V mm pr;,v:.al or-!oe 101 W. F.fth St., Cincinnati, 0. ..... z Cir? riCT-I2riC" ia tie ----( IM VALUABLE GIFTS! :. lHTHII!LTtU IN I.A II 31 OX 111. -r-wn fondly, Itl!, Tmo ;rancl Capitals or C j3 ecicliin Greenbacks! Prhn si.onof f a -7 1 JiariiiTiH Prizes $500 -S i B-rrUfitK Prizes ifclUO u I :: i-i ZzgzT. Cilr::-:-.ci Ei:::::. Tri.h C53. : .nylons i Ro ewci i Piano worth $500 ! .---.::ir ::-.t::i: ::a:-ji:it 7;rTi s::: eachi f Ht4trt 1 tixtil iioht 1 1 it nl i ntf Watilii-n ami Ih 'H-f Until 4'Jttiins. iri-rth i;10 t-iirh ! '.-'.i Ar-.cin iTi-ho3. - u-er-.h V.2Z each. iri.s- s::i rviTir.ia w .7:nr:. T-cr.i each i I (i n Silrcr L r k 1 ) irN n .n...

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