[Cincinnati]: Published by the Cincinnati Gazette Co., . Original printed, illustrated and decorated wrappers, stitched. 108pp. One chip at a blank margin, Near Fine.
Pages 1-12 consist of advertisements, primarily for Cincinnati merchants, followed by an enormous amount of information on a variety of matters. The Gazette celebrates the Republican Party, which "has now been in power ten years, and its record is one of which every citizen who voted with it may feel proud. It suppressed the rebellion which armed to destroy the Union; it abolished slavery, which was the cause of the big rebellion, and it put into practical operation the great principle of the Declaration of Independence in regard to the equality of MAN. As a result, the year 1871 dawns upon a nation-- a preserved Union-- where there are no slaves, and where all men have equal rights."
OCLC 647903145 [1- AAS] as of May 2019. Item #35970