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DOLLARS A l'EAH l.
FRIDAY, . . JnnelT,lS?Q.
"Whereaf, At a meeting, held at the
Town IIall in McConnelsville. on the
27th of May, 1S70, we, the undersign
ed, were appointed as a Committee to
" 6elcct the time and place of holding a
Prohibition County Convention, there
fore, notice is hereby given that said
Convention will be held at the Town
Hall, in JIcConnelsTil'e, on
Satcrday the 18th dat of Jcxe, 1S70,
for the purpose of putting in nomina
tion candidates for the following Coun
ty offices; to wit: Treasurer, Prosecu
ting A ttorney, Commissioner and In
firmary Director, and ior such other ac
tion as may be deemed expedient. A
cordial invitation Ts hereby extended
to all persons in favor of resorting to
the ballot to obtain protection for per
son and property through legal prohi
bition of the manufacture and sale of
alcoholic liquors in the State, and all
such will be accepted delegates of the
J. T. Crew
Eli S. Fawcett,
J. C Jlurduck,
.: A.. W.Power,
fcimkin II. Brown,
June 3, 1870.
W. W. McCarty.
VITAL STATISTICS IN MORGAN
Looking over the returns of the
number of births and deaths in
this County,-for the year ending
March 31, 1870, made to the' Pro
bate Court hy the several Town
Khin Assessors, we notice that
Morgan Township makes an en-
t.;rAlv different exhibit from that
- j . . -
of any other Towi.eb.ip m the
County. While the other Town
ships report the number of births
to bo near four to one of the
doatns, Morgan Township exhibits
the fact that' the births number
only :tbirty6Lx, while the deaths
thrrtv -seven: the deaths
doubleing, trebleing and . quadra
pleincj the deaths in all the ether
Townships except vMarion, where
the population . is equal to that of
Morgan, and' the deaths number
nineteen, bare!y over half those of
Morgan. The Township of Wind
eor shows ; eighty-two births and
only seventeen deaths, 6ho wing a
prolific and healty community. .
The returns for Morgan Town-
tship further show that of the cum
ber of births, twjnty were males
and sixteen females; thirtjfive of
them whites and one colored. Of
the number of deaths, rine were
married, twenty -s:x single, and twe
widows; thirty-one of thtm natives
of Ohio, ono of England,, one of
Maryland, three of Pennsylvania,
and one whose place of nativity
ia unknown,-' thirty-six of--thens
whites, and one colored female 104
yej.rs old. The' direct and indirect
causes of death wcra Sixteen of them
unknxnc'n three of consumption, one
of brain disease, two of scarlet J fe
ver, five of flux, three of old age,
two of palsy, two of heart disease,
ono of whooping-cough, and one of
lung disease, :.JT. '
This exhibit makes a deplorable
showing of vital statistics for 3or
gan! Township, a community of
about three thousand souls. And,
unpalatable as it : may be to the
minds of many to be told of it, it is
undoubted?' true that tho cause of
this alarming - prcponderence of
dnath and disease over liie ana
robust health, is well-known to al
most every man and woman in this
community. Without doubt, the
causes of an 'existence of similar
statistical facts in . the -New Eng
land States have crept into this
community, and are making fear
ful havoc of the virtues possessed
lay the grandfathers and grandmoth.
era of the present generation, and
which they would have been glad
tc have been assured would have
been preserved in their children,
and childrens children for all time
to come; and m which depends to
a greater extent than on any other,
the prosperity of a nation; : and its
advancement in all that elevates a
people either spiritually, morally,
mentally, . or materially. The
trouble is that husbands prefer to
see their wives fade, and droop,
. and die, to assuming the duties
and responsibilities of being at the
head of a family which nature de
signed their wive9 6houli bo the
-mothers of.: The trouble is that
wives prefer to become "premature
ly old, to drag through a miserable
existence of constant pains and
ache3 and physical and mental
wekng9sos, to sacrifice health of
body and contentment of mind, to
make a mockery of revealed relig
ion and of nature, in fact to com
mit slow suicide, and pass away to
an early grave feeling that their
life has been a burden to them
selves and of no possible account
to the world all this they prefer
to assuming the cares and duties
of maternity, which the God cf the
Universe designed them for. The
ultimate reward of such iniquity is
on'y disease and death; and, if re
vealed religion is truea future in
S The Court of Common Pleas
will probably adjourn on next Wed
nesday. t&m Tink, green, blue and brown
checked Ginghams at Sills.
A fine lot of Children's Gaiters
and Shoes at Kelly & Seaman's.
tgL. One hundred and fifty Dozens
German Silver Spoons received
will be sold to the trade at Factory
rates without freight.
II. B. Vincent fc Ero.
fSf Cochnan, Bozman & Co., are
now agents for, and are selling 6 differ
ent kinds of Mowers and Reapers, al!
of which they warrant not to cut the
Eye Teeth of the Purchaser :
The Champion Reaper & Mower.
" Buckeye "
" World " .
u Eussel u
" Ohio . "
" Cayuga Chief "
S, Seaside Hats, large sizes atHal-
liday & Co's. Also, Silk and Lace
Bonnets on hand and made to order.
; "a New Goods, prints, Summer
wear for men. New stylo Gingh
ams and lots of other desirable ar
ticles just received ai Stones.
"Wool. Farmers can dispose of
their wool at the highest cash rates
to C. L. Hall, of Malta. - Ho proba
bly deals mofe extensively, in the
article than any other man in tho
"Shoo Fly" Bleached muslins
the nicest in the market, at Sill's.
Xy Ladies' Gaiters of the very lat
est style at Kelly & Seaman's.
IST" Ladies, Misses and Chil
drens gaiters, a big line at reduced
prices at Stones.
t Boy's sizes of paper collars at
Sills. ' - : V " ' - r
; Fresh Violin Strings just receiv
ed Having for years made a epeciaali-
ty of this class of goods, we have spar
ed.no pains to obtain the best that can
be made knowing full well the impoit-
ance of such Goods to Musicians.
H. B. Vincent & Bro. .
- Black and white striped calico,
Dr. John Hamilton has charge
of the stables connected with the
Adams Vllonso. They have been
refitted, and are probably the best
now in town. 'Hamilton knows
how a horse should bo cared for.
If you want the best Saw you
ever 6aw saw, buy the "Shoo Fly'-' saw
tgk, A few patters of those beautiful
Robes for Ladies. Something new, at
Halliday & Co's.
S? A few more of those beanti
ful striped Calico Dress patterns at
Kelly & Seaman's.
: tST A full line of colored and
white Corsets at Stones. "
tt, Hoop. Skirts, the latest style at
To-morrow isthody of the
Prohibition County .. Convention.
The Radicals hold their County
Convention on next Tuesday.
, 5A big stock of brown and
bleached muslins at Sill's.
t, Eighty new Hats jusi' received
at the Fancy Store of G. E. Halliday &
Co., at prices to suit customers. Call
and see them.
5 Another large lot of Cloths and
Cassimeres received this week at Kelly
tgi.' Trunks, Valises," Carpet
Sacks and Travelling Baskets for
sale, and to arrive this week at
tgy Frints, the finest and nicest in
town, now, on exhibition at Sills:
Light, dark, fancy and striped, all of
the latest styles, and lowest prices.
t A fall line of Paper Collars,
all sizes at Kelly & Seaman's.
S- Our stock of Goods was never
better than at present, particularly in
the Dry Good and Notion line. . We
f-trive to please all who call, and sell
goods as low as the lowest.
F Sill & Co.
XS Parasols !
Parasols ! !
: - - ' Parasols 1 1! 1
JCST Cheaper than ever!
Cheaper than ever 1 1
Cheaper than ever ! ! !
t, "We are headquarters in Trunks
and Baskets. We can supply any ar
ticle in this line.
F. Sill & Co.
IS?" What kind of Cigars do yon
"The 'Shoo Fly," Sir I"
. " Wh ere do y ou get them ?".
"Why, of P.Sweeney & Co.. of
socks for summer wear
Dispatches from Constantinople re-
port that the terrible fire in the Fira
District has ?been subdued. Twenty,
five hundred persons were burned to
death or killed bj the falling walls, and
many more are missing. Over 7,000
houses, many of them the finest in the
city, have been destroyed. The loss is
estimated at twenty-five million pounds
A nice line of Poplins and do
mestic Ginghams at SilLs.
ST Another land job, and this
time such a monstrous ono that it
has roused Senator Sherman from
his contemplation of "tho slums
where vice breeds," to the balk of
the capital where it struts in purple
and fine linen. On Saturday, what
is believed to be the most objection
able land grab of tho session, was
forced through the Senato. It
makes a grant for tho extension of
the Central Branch of the Union j
Pacific road. A road is already
under rapid construction almost I
parallel to tho proposed extension,
and at an average distanco from it
of about iwcive miles, with a grant j
only half that voted to the Central
Branch. This latter enters nponj
the even numbered sections as well
as the odd, so that tho effect is to
give all the land the government
owns in a belt fifty miles wide and
two hundred long, and part of this
is now held by the government at
52 50 per acre. It is doubtful
whether this measure would ever
have passed the senate with such an
excessive grant, but for tho persis
tent lobbying of its former principal
ownerand president, Senator Pome
roy. Tho lladical Senators, How
abd,11aelan and Pomerot were the
leading advocates of. the bill. It
was oppoeed by Senators Thurman
and Davis, and, as we have intima
ted, by Jons Sherman, who opened
his mouth for the first time on this
bill in opposition to these land grab
swindled. - Evidently, Sherman!
has heard from Ohio.
A great fuss is mado in Wash
mgton because a couple of skillful
rogues on Saturday last, stole two
bundles of greenbacks, containing
$20,000, from the treasury depart
ment. This would be called petty
larceny in the Radical senate and
house. In less time than it took the
light fingered gentry to got off with
their plunder, Pojjerot, aided by
other Radical senators, captured a
few million acres of public lands. In
no particular was it a more credit
able operation than tho larceny of
thegreenDacks, save in lis magnu.
The Cost and Dangers of Education
The cost of living in all German u
niversity towns is so low that comfort
able rooms aod board may be obtained for
S150 a year, cr even less. With such
advantages it is not strange that year by
jf arthe number of Americans abroad Iarg
ly increases. From onr large Eastern cit
ies hundreds of families emigrate every
year. They are cbiefly people in moder
ate incomes who find it hard to educ-it sons
and daughters at our own expensive nni
versitiep, nitd trusting to their own strong
national p:ide, hope to bring their fodb
back as g"od American citizens as when
ihfy left. - It is not one in fifty instances
that they succeed, and the old Commodore,
lately deceased, who made a special pror
vision in his wi!l that his sons should be
educated in America, 'in order that they
bf come good American citizens," knew
whereof be wrote. Too often thes young
men learn that cosmopolitan indifference to
constitution and religions of which Macau
lay complained when writing of the old
cuvaliers who teturned from their vaernnt
continental life to govern England. Poss
ibly they bring borne much more external
polish than it they had graduted at Har
vard, Yale or Amherst ; cerUiuIj they
have more know k dze of homan nature as
viewed through European glasses but
European spectacles of this character are
net rose color. Bat whi n it is a question
es to whether a boy shall bs educated
abroad -or po without any higher culture
than our high schools afToid, then, by all
means, Fend Ihe boy to Germany, anJ try
to impcess him with a firm faith in his own
country, and imbue Lis mir.u nth some
strong notion of his personal obligation to
her institutions and liberlicp. Do this - to
nretf nt his coming back the most consnm
mate of puppies, destined to suffer many
hard knocks before the nonsense is knock
ed out of him, or to obviate Lis becoming
an intellectual epicurean, worthless in bis
dav and feneration. ILttturto Chicago
tT It was Senator Ncsmith, of
Oregon, who said in a debate one
day, during the war, that "Briga
dieis were so plentiful in the streets
and hotels of Washington that a
boy couldn't throw a stone without
hitting one.! WTien he returns to
the Capitol which he is pretty
certain to do, as a result of tho ro
cent election, giving the Democra
cy of Oregon the power to elect a
Senator Mr. Ncsmith will find the
Brigadier compliant about as prev
alent as ever. There are about a
score of them on duty as lacqueys
at the White Ilouse, and loafin
around army headquarters, as mess
engers or clerks for Sherman ; and
the little negroes on the street are
still restrained from pelting each
other with ancient hen-fruit, lest
6ome ornamental Brigadiers might
happen to be in the way.
Bill to Enforce the Fifteenth
The following is the text of the
bill to enforce tbe Fifteenth Amend
ment, reported to the Honse from
the Judiciary Committee by Mr.
Bingham, and passed by a vote of
131 to U.
That any office of the United
States, or of any State, Territory or
district, and every officer of any
city, county, township, borough,
ward, parish or hundred, in any
State, Territory or district, who
shall by any official act whatevor.
or by the omission, neglect or refu
sal, to perform an official act or du
ty whatever, whether undor color
or pretext of any provision of any
State Constitution, or any law of
the Stato, Territory or district,
whatsoever, or of any local, munic
ipal, or other law, rule, or ordi
nance, deny or abridge the right of
any citizen" of the United States to
vote, on account of race, color, or
previous condition of servitude, at
any Federal, State, county, munici
pal or other election, shall, upon
conviction thereof, bo . adjudged
guilty of a misdemeanor, and 6hall
bo punished by imprisonment of not
less than ono year, and not exceed
ing three years, or by a fine of not
less than fivo hundred dollars, or
both such fine and Impisionraont at
tho discretion of the court.
Sec3. 2. That all colored citizens
of tho United States, resident in the
several States of the United States,
shall bo entitled te vote at all elec
tions in tho State, county, parish,
town, township, ward, or hundred,
of their residence, subject only to
the same conditions which now are
or may hereafter be required to
qualify white citizens to vote theirx)
m. - And any person who shall by
force, fraud, intimidation or other
unlawful means whatsoever, pre
vent any colored citizen from voting
at any such election, who possesses
tho qualifications; except in respect
of color, requisite to enablo a white
citizen to vote thereat, shall, upon
conviction thereof, bo adjudged guil
ty of a misdemeanor, and shall be
imprisoned not less that Bix months
and nat exceeding one year, or bo
fined not less than one nundred
dollars nor more than one thousand
dollars, or be punished by both such
fine nnd imprisonment, in the dis
cretion of the court.
Sec. 3. That in case the constitu
tion or law of any State shall re
quire tho assessment or payment
of a tax as a quaification of an elec
tor, if any assessor or other officer
elected or appointed under tho laws
of such State, and authorized or re
nuircd by the laws thereof to make
any assessment of persons or prop
erty for tho purpose of such taxa
tion, refuse or willfully neglect to
assess the person or property of any
f.nlnrrl citizen of the United States
qualified as aforesaid and residing
in the town, hundred, borough,
township. Darish, county, wara, or
district for which said assessor or
other officer shall have been eiectca
nr. BT.rxAintf.rl flfi aforesaid, he shall
for every such offense forfeit and
r r Art vorcAn
pay tho sum oi
un TO;n en for the same and shall
for every such offense bo guilty of
TYiiBdemeanor. ana Bnan uo uucu
not less than ?500 and bo imprison
r nnt. Irs3 than ono month.
Sections four, five, si x seven ana
eight impose like penalties in ca&es
of officers and memDers oi levy
courts, registers or clerks, to record
assessments, collections of taxes,
and officers of election and registra
tion who. in their soveral capaci
ties, may prevent the exercise of the
right of suffrage.
Sec. 9. That H any person tnuu,
by threats, violence, or intimida
tion, prevent, or attempt to prevent
any citizen of tho United States
from the free exerciso of his right
rn Trtfl in anv election at which
members of Congress or electors for
President or Vice-President of the
United States may be voted for,
6uch persons so offending rhall be
liablo to indictment, and, on convic
tion thereof, shall be subject to i
fine not exceedmff one thousand dol
lars or to imprisonment not less
than one vear nor more than three
years, or doiu, aw mo uioncuuu
of the court.
Sec. 10. That tho Circuit Court
of the Ur.ited States shall have ju
risdiction of the suits for forfeit
ures imposed and causes of action
created by this act, and th Circuit
District Courts of tho United
States shall have jurisdiction of the
misdemeanors created by this act.
What a Republican Journal
What a Republican Journal Says of the Radical Party.
Tho Chicago Courier 'speaks of
the Kadieal Party thnsly :
'However brilliant some of the
aohievmcnts of the war under its
leadership, it has sinco fallen into a
heedless, insane debauch. From
tho Congressional Committee down
to tho humblest Ward club every
thing is controlled by rings, a word
in our political nomenclature that
has long since ceased to need quo
tation marks.' Ono must , almost
lose his self-respect to accept any
political office. Our municipalities
are mainly in the hands of a few
men, almost ceepuuc j iuch au
thority, who barter away the pub
lic offices, some of which arc mado
to have an incone greater than that
of tho President of. tho united
States. Taxation is enormous and
tho proceeds aro not always applied
fcr the general benefit. Stato Leg
islatures are Common Councils on a
larger scale. Legislation has be
come an article of traffic. Any bill,
it is safe to say, may bo got through
any legislature, if its friends are
sufficiently wealthy and venal.
Valuable franchises are granted to
individuals in perpetuity, and the
entire treasury of the States laid
waste by pilferers. In Congress
ono may find moro dignity, and
perhaps more numerous instances
of incorruptible virtue, but as a
whole that body is little less cor
rupt than a Common Council.
Membors whoso board bills are
greater than their salary return
from a two years term independ
ently wealthy ; members yote for
schemes in which they have extent
sivo interests and in tho name of
ihe people denounce their own op
ponents ; one of tho most valuablo
patents and greatest monopolies in
the country was recently nearly
doubled in valuo sbrough a vote of
its owner in Congress ; iron men,
and steel men and importers of
foroign fabrics look npon Congress
and Congressmen as their most
valuable mercantile instruments ;
the franking privilege is used in
the interest of private commerce;
the rovenue laws are frracd and ex
ecuted in the interests of rings and
the whole political arena is a Wall
streot in which jobbers and trick-
sters are gambling for tho spoils.
In tho name of protection tho peo
ple are plundered ; in the name of
free trado they aro equally outrag'
On Tuesday evening, June 14tb.,
at th9 residence of Mr. Joseph Mc
Vcy, in McConnelsville, by tho Ecv.
B. . Edgell, ilnjor John C. Ed
wards of Wirt County, W. Va., to
Miss Sarah A. MoVcy, of McConnelsville.
McCONNELSVILLE, June 17, 1870.
FLOUR Be3t family 55 50;
WHEAT 81,00 per bushel.
CORN MEAL $0,80 per bnahel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, $0.90. Fall. 81,05.
OATS 35 tents per bushel, wholesale.
H AY S15.00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED 53,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEED--81 75 to 2 00.
BEAN3 -82 00 per bashel.
DRIED APPLES 6ets. per ponn.1.
DRIED PEACHES83 00 per buah.
POTATOES 80 40 per oiiih., at
BUTTER-- 20 ct3. perpounJ,
EGGS 15 cts. per dcz,
FEATHERS 75 eta. per lb.
SUGAR- 12 to 15 cts. per lb.
WUITESUGAR 14to 17 cts.. lb.
COFFEE 20 to 30 ct3. per lb.
TEA- $1 00 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSESSorguui 50 by barrel, CO
to 70 per gallon.
SFRUP 81 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cta per pound, whole
CANDLES 20ct3 per lb.
SOAP by bar 10c.
CODFISH lOola per lb.
SALT 81.75 per bbl.
WOOL 30 to 40cta per lb.
SIDES PicTieled, 15 cts per lb.
CARBON OIL 40cts. per gallon.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per gallon.
L.ARD OIL. 2.00 per gallon.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
THURSDAY, June 9, 1870.
Beef Cattle The offerings at
tho Scales during tho past week
amounted to 810 head, against 7D8
last wcet. Of the number offered
4o'G head came from Ohio, 20G from
West Virginia, over the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad ; S7 from Virgin
ia, over the Orange and Alexandria
Railroad ; 13 from Pennsylvania,
over the Northern Central Kail-
road; 20 from Maryland and
from Pennsylvania on foot; and 11
from Marvland br boat. Of tho
roceipts 554 head wcro taken by
Baltimore butchers, 71 by Wash
mgton and Annapolis butchers, 1C9
6old to speculators for other mar
kets, and the balance were reshiped
to the East without being offered
here. Prices to day ranged
follows : Old cows and ecalawngs
at 4 50(25; ordinary thin 6teors,
oxen and cows at S5(6, fair quali
ty beeves at $78 25, and the very
best beeves at SS 259 50 per 100
lbs., the avcrago prico being about
SC 75 gros3. Tho market was
rather dull to-dav. at a decline
- 4 I
25c per 100 lbs. on good cattle, aud
37ic. to 50c. cn common to medium
grades from the rates of last week
Hogs Tho receipts have fallen
off very much during the past week
and there is a decided firmness
the tono of tho market, with somo
activity at tho closo. Prices to-day
ranged as follows: at S12 5013
per 100 lbs. net for fair tc good hogs.
Sheep Tho receipts during the
past week have been largo, and tho
market dull, with a downward ten
dency. Prices to-day ranged
follows: sheep at 46o. per
gross ; lambs at 2 75 to 4 50 per
KOSEY cmOT BUY IT !
For Sight is Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES ! !
J. E. SPENCER &CO.
n V. T.. which ere now offered to
Dublic, are pronounced by all tbe relebra-
Nttnral, Artificial help lo the human
eTer known. They re ground under their
own TOperTiBion, from minute Crystal
Pebbles, melted together, and derive their
name, 'Diamond," on account of their
hardness and brilliancy.
The Scientific Principle
On whirh they are constructed brings
core or center of the lens directly in front
of tho eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, a3 in the natural, healthy sight,
preventing all unpleasant sonntions, such
as glimmering and wavering of sight, diz
ziness, &c, peculiar to all others in ne.
They are mounted in tbe Finest Man
ner, In frames of the bes-t quality of all ma
terials used for that purpose. Their finish
and durability caBnot be surpassed.
CAUTION. None genuine unless
bearing their trade mark stamped on every
II. B. TIXCEXT & BRO.,
Jewelers hed Opticians, are sole agents
for McConnelsviile, Ohio, from whom they
can only bo obtained. These goods
not supplied to Pedlers at any price.
June 3, 1870 ly.
J. C. STONE, Agent,
I'llILISIll.XCi & l'RIXTIAG.
fcg Publishe.1 every Friday morning in
jsr-T McConncUville, Ohio,on tho Co ope
"5T r:itivo Tlan of publishing a county
LOCAL AND FOREIGN.
NEOUS AND COMMER
Besides a rcaler Variety of
Than any paper ever published ia
In Xvcry Township In Ihls
To assist in enlarging tLe circulation of
this paper, ami to wjjom
USER Alt CASH WAGES!
will be paid.
Job Printing !
While we are prepared to do all kinds of
llain Job Printing neatly aad expeditious
y, we call
Special .A-t ten tion !
To our facilities for printing all kinds of
Work in general, as we are supplied with
the best and largest assortment of
For such pnrposcs, that eycr waa in Mc
Connelsville. OFFICE IN
KELLY'S BUILDING !
SOUTHWEST CORNER- OF PUB
Ajr 0 1S7!.
DRY GOODS, &.C.
MADE TO ORDER,
April 29 tf.
W. H, SELL'S", Iff. B.
May be found at his office on
THE SOLTII-1VEST CORXER
At all times, when not absent on Profcsa
1S70. SFRIK Trade. 1370.
Adams fc Kahler
hate a well selected stock of Dry Good?,
6 rocerics, Queensware, Boots and S noes, Jtc.,
G HE ATLY RED UCED PRICES
STORE lorMnt Corner cf Center and
April 23 ly. -
Robert Hi. JEorris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Uuiiamj JIaterials, Shell Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Goods,
T11T A2TD SHEET IROX WARE
Opposite the Court House,
TF. C. THESIZE
asVs tbe pnblic to call and examine h'
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Ac., Jtc., which cannot ba
surpassed anywhere. He has perfected ar
rangements whereby any one can bo ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Room
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone'
Building, Center Street, M'Connelsville,
Jan 1 ly.
C. Ij. hall,
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTE1I fj
Mav 7, 18C9-tf.
I I M
GO h- 5
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jgTJLLIYAN & BEOV2it' :
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Blank Book Manufactory,
FIXE JOB rUIXTIXG
Our Fpecialty. Music, Magazines, &c,
bound in any stylo and at the cheapest
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