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   Venango Spectator, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1865, Franklin, Pennsylvania                                ,-U rti J, rl in. 'Ik IK. 1> i3 V1V 1Y- VEWAWGO .BPECTATOB, i THK mARCO SPECTATok. 7KNANQO SPECTATOR, niiuuiD trmi n-iaxiAiur, BROTHER, FranUm, Vonango County, Pcnna oiiun orrom oo-ret-, Llbrrty Bt bo TENAKGO SPECTATOR. TEltMH-U pMd within three monihi H.W If not TUblu Qua time, __ WOK N-ouT FOUNT OF TYPE I'm George, Before me on tho floor, There worn-out fount of trfe. Fall twentr thoniand uore And nun; inouthi hare put, Since their wrre bright irwl new, Ami are the Ul. t. tuhl Tho tUi >tnuae, Ihc trur Thrlr bfautv Tmi now trace, f poa Uic Tho Ukratuof IhUr muni Uiurje, tiium of life full Of t ul at cloio, dull TVhmt nf horror ihpt lol 1, Of anil  1 alh COTJK and Ami bow the tmiluii; "print. In: The pale flower n to life VOL. 12. FRANKLIN, PA., AUGUST 30, 1865. NO. 22. POLYGAMY. Republicans and the War. Tin. Billon mffeinart fro-n the fortlinnn'm; Culture ot Ryo. Spoiling Schools. yoj f irgotttn thim? bta nil' The earlier llus era." gotten in the belter the rig-wo ttlxrtit, v 1 into tht proKptct will there of Ha fluccccdinjr Job Printing Department, Ii Attnrci tad, much Ubor, U Second to none In North-Westorn Ponn arr to rtPCtilo AM, KIIYJD OF JOB OKK, Koutlv and Promptly. TEKMs -CA8ST OS DEL1TER7. JX> TTnclo Sam as a Business Man. Tlio following h pir.lal anxnct of tbii of tranwwtrd bj Uic Gorcnuncct la cnc ymr is ft lioslc mcnt the jOfl" ending Juno 1805, there were pjjchiscil by the GOTSTO- mcnt 174 58 3M tnulm, rrj 1 ounils uf corn, ponadsof hay firJJi-r, OJ pounjj of mucd Tlic trims portallon by tlio QuMttrtasstWi Depirtrrent alone, during the eamo rear, land, 754.US lunejl anil kegs, ot mill itesco water. barrels acd kcgj, Intcrcptinir TVict- of Uio unions nrf to lilt. iich mill a nun anJ n out. lljctu rcquiresl-sa ftr-il t) caUit, ofo-duaro; stores by Und. 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Him with KCitnl and in nonhniti Imi for nlmkiy Brig mention Ion Hulnn Ifotrj "Thin n no mon, loit lid-wccn the I iMvolild Inn n ijnm d-n mp Pdldii rs ind tht Mo-morn Ih m ln.lvni.ri the u Vim Till 1VTO TII- nht U un 1 Ho snd j Tu, (M ,v h t of tin. i con u u j lurmp tnn 1S of Fr J n 1 id gnrt.1- ItniKtlit Union withthu'atts of tntir idm.-. wrll d t ttu tit Ailm -5 tti-v Put, Ins htcn cxlitu tul jet s ColnnidoniiilNilra-kn hwl nulknniv lurntot'iocu x-i'ctu md Diiuoinn- nrtltminl ]t nimfiirn Con-am tit 11" The Uf f wc f, ,1 1LS 0; n oi'-iwi, aa irtrmii' df- T x st ir. m our nitm nl Me Una n vnnot a id rt r nti >fi f ilg'ts'- tlmil rn 4 o n 1 lurt ,JL ,gnnttd nb under cr n t c lie Tisclucg cunt down hki i, Die 7, natuT (.r i u- cooitrj, o en IVe frrmyftrto Die 1- the nu st dec d d n li> II" t'ecouitrj The film tnllij Hii'-y inlronnctuill In" 9 isjn-t n In Hli or two Jid AIl, rc'i fi, I7-- m th r in tliroiij.1, tht nth of ktttn in i tnmklnv I illh i, rirohna Mnj "1 inks mlo thu think lift fc r hir o i Hit jiUu. ud thin, i ilull m Hit li Utk w is nulmiK hut lrcu ilillli rs Hit c hki a h'llc I 1Im It.fal fl, tli it tin ul li'l lull I- i h C irohna n II imiMliiri Of theptpulatui i manv I arts of flr, ,Hr iltthne of ponir end b ml, nct m goTc-nmcnt ifiurs while in tuo omcr hind tht prcat mircasi in the Wifil ro' n mil tho Indi Tin bovs in lilut tickle your nose, nnd von nilllmc an Itrlunj r, inn mo iimiim I ,t both -M Ihur n itur il cnfmic, mil tht ui i n i n. nrti ,1 iMilii un ir n uur 11 t-in a rtl J, n, r and ,ht Gt, ernmenl and hllettUonthefire Hiproof thattli, fmu -H> ly will meet with its ilteration" (sill, rralnms.) A nt prt pares lo w-wh in fin, ,t Is a sign that oat in the- hotixc will shorth R cctre a Hekinc have mxtccn vrnrts on the lefl hand istinluckj lobite Ihc saim nunibir on the nght hind is a sign von ire nnfortunati i piard ofwildu rs in Salt Lake but tht rail oflln l mlilini; wlntli it occiipu- about i imi n Mormon titlms rid of in imi rafortalilc prc -tnr noil i In r is mm In 1 c h id in its pi ice Tli ntlwv ill pli'lnnt forllii rtqmsilt twotlurds 6jlol tlic, is lo lliulio lur Twilini Ihij' willi Mr bi VI1 Vnldcwn tht} l_o h'L knis m Mind nnl of l or for i-on ol th< intrnnnm- (ftlio inilnn Tin- onh P< ullieni "xmiors til, i wcmtd i im md Wnfill tint no mm '1'nll il he will rrfirlo Hit- Ololn (M Hi <-on wiLlirwc illcr mil Hn uttoi- is deelind Virmcn for in-ill rut i, 1 tin, M-litK 1 w dwn 
                            

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