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Hen -of FraokHu eouuty, Ohio, io the ease of said Robert Uilliday riWm. ft), sil.irantetai.at the June lerm ot said Court. aSM.aSoefttinc. bowera ,ihq undivided half of ten acres id the north we t earner 'of se'd tract, whiou tan acres wes at the time ot tba death of said Rob art Ualltiay held by him in common withJU. 8. El Waveaeh hoiuirut th one undivided bal thereof .-Aonraied at T0 per aore. . , .. . ' ,T . . , . , Deooad The ooeundivided half o forty aores of ad, '-eias part ut' said surrey No.S.lo,be1inniu attwoeiav-la the east line of the urignl surrey aad soutbeas' aoruer of achty aeres oonreyed by Wu. B Sullivant 10 J. iC Young; thoee35ji polas to an oak a 4. elia; tbaie as..i 131 In to stake in Aba ra-t lina of land fn-uei y owned b Kiebard Uiciaas thenae north 36)4 pules to seid' Vauna'a southwest eurnen lanee eat IttlW nolo-. to tba i. Immiiuuim. the other undivided halt ill said lrtT acres boiuf nwned by U, S. 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Compl ta.in.llne Large U.la.o Vol aiae. heu.il hriee at 50. w eempiov no Ueneral Alents. and ean ti us oner ami inaueements- to A vaatii ceeluig direutl-withTs For uiii auasafiajaf.stgra iHf pwuimv. . v J. B. BUats. i tO., Hartford. Conn. 'aVjj JAia ;j a a, . i i I j ! ; I4 i i i i ) j i a I partuia-iestrelBtty HI VOL. XXXV. COLUMBUS, p., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18,' 1868. was NO. 120 (Bbto statesman THE STUDENT'S COMPOSITION. n Avnnmber"6f years ago I took It into my beac! to prepare myself for a. school teacher, and with this aim I repaired to trie small, retired village of U , in the State ot Vermont, where there was au academy for that, purpose. The preceptor; was. a kind hearted old man, a eraduate from .old Harvarfl, and oue who spared no pains in bestowing Knowledge npon those who sought it at his hands. V '. ;7,:av. There were abent forty yonng men in the academy- when I entered. : most ! of whom were anxious to .become' peda gogues. ., . " "',". The ' room in which I Was qnartered contained two beds, and two - Sleepers were appointed to each bed. ' Jack B., a good-hearted and intelli- enli,iellow from Burliueton,-was mv mate, and . 5m J. and Jerry P. occupied tne otner nea. . jerry.M .our hemiJle was a simple minded" genius, from, tne we8teru nart , of . Coos ,countv.' New Hampshire, and tha-end and aim of his ambition was to become 'a-"Bchoolmas-ter,bnt the aspirinef yoatb ;1iad sadly mistaken his mental abilities. : f " He eonld pace' off an acre nf land:, much more correctly, than be eould measure an angle, and he eonld distinpuish the differ- ence between- a bow and a yoke more readily than he could tell, an arcjrom.a sine. He tnanaeed the nonn nroner. and by dint of considerable exertion W man aged to distingni8h the: verb front the participle."-!-'' .'.-ni;' n i- . ,-:! , oi-ir-jy. Une ba turd ay afternoon .onr preceptor gave out the subject for a composition to oe written . ny each oi his scholars and read on the next Saturday. It' "was ' to be in the form of . an f Address to Modem Greece, .fi.ir.' s.i.i-i-! ni-ur . v. .;iAr urigni ana eariyon tn tollowiner T - lA m m week wfr commenced scratching together iueao iur,iue pomposuion,, ana, oy jaort day evening some of us had sketched down the i proposed : heads, t Tuesday morning, as soon as he had done break fast, Jack went tip. to our room, and there found Jerry in the act of ransack ing Sam's portfolio.'. - " Vhat are you up to jerry v asked Jack.' j -I'll tell W" returned Jerry; witb admirable self composure. ; " I was iest going .:to3 look iat -Sam's - composition. 'cause I avas afeard 'at I might eit mine jes like Iiis'n, an' I doq't want to do that," yer know." .? .-.-. ..-u. " Of course not," said ,'Jack: ,. 7 7 When. Jack came down he informed us of what Jerry was up to. We knew that he would steal four thought 'and Prv ll-cul Ba "is ova, ii ue couia get at them, and we determined to punish him for-bis plagiaristic curiosity. A Elan Was concocted among ns,; and ;we ad , no doubt he would fall , into the P- ., - i- - .... . .,Jack" saidJSam,,as'we were all in our room on the next evening, " have von begun your composition yet Jr; :;, . ; -- xes. ' .'.; :! . ' ?Lel!: bear part otiUV' '' ""You'll steal it."" -:r--' -,' V.Nb we won't," returned Sam and myseit;" :;- J Won't you, Jerry I": -Norl swar I won't," uttered Jerry. with' an uncommon degree of earnestness;-. . l.V '.).,...).'' . .Wellboys." said. Jack, as he took pierce of paper from bis - pocket, " I alter this some wha-I copy it off ; but IlbrnK it irf good.what there is of it." .uAnd . thus speaking, the wag spread himself, and in .a serio-comic tone,: pre-' tiding to read from the paper he held, bexommenced :;t k". ' t. '' ' ' u' J My Grecians ! '' You have a country vast and unbounded j a territory nnsee able. Why should you rest like a huge ood upon- your knives, while the- ancient Patagonians are ravaging your country like the mosquitoes of the Dismal SwamKrrw Hum rrns?s n- .or And thus Jack went on for about five minutes, Sam and myself holding our sides',"' and "jerry, 'gaping' in: absorbed wonder at the 'grandiloquent language lua.li.iArl . . " There, now, what do you think of that! cried Jack, as he closed, Cairrtalf utteretHSam.:? "Go echoed 1 " Pooty good ; but nothing extraordi nary." respondedJexry, with a self gratulatory chuckle. -It'4etter-thatryou can writei at anyj rate, reiorveu usca, pretenaing io oe highly indignant at the slur that was thus cafet npon th result of his literary labors. ..:r::-1,':'- " I don't know, abou(; that," replied Jerry,:o !0' !.t. .;.:n'pl. :-:' " Well, we'll see.'? .-.-:-! u-iT iv.i.y.tr.'. Next niorhihg';Jerry2fas "busy" with his pen, and we could see that' bis coun tenance was lightedup with an immense enthusiam. On the following evening we each, with 4he- exception, of Jrry, pretended ts -recite such parts 'of bur composition as we had prepared, and we could :not fail to see" that the ambitious Student received all we 'said to be the genuine gospel. "Mr. Grecians P'"exclaimed Sam, why shnnld youlet the polluting foot o&EtbiopiA'Br. tyrannical: exiles crush your vast State-houses into the dust 2" " First rate !".'7yelled'Jck. "Egad, that's a point Worth'making 'Ethiopia's tyrannical exiles' is good '" ;;. '.':, Like sentences were eloquently pro nounced, and like remarks were made, and when we retired to rest that nigbt, we felt assured that, Jerry had got bis CUe.-'.-: .. 'V V-"; :: -j ' Saturday at length came, and quite a number of visitors were present" to hear the exercises. " Fortunately it happened that Jerry .was called upon to! read his production before-either of us three. Several of the younger scholars had read theirs to good, acceptance, and in turn our hero was called up. "Well Jerry, have you prepared, any thing.", askedthe teacher,, who rather doubted Jerry's ability so to do. "Yes, sir," answered Jerry, as he start ed to his feet, f. ., "Ah then well hear it." . "! '" Jerry unrolled his document ' and planted himself in the most commanding attitude he could assume." His manu script was held in the left hand, while the right was elevated most imposingly above his head.. All was still and quiet " Mr. Grecians ! " thundered Jerry, in tone that made theoId walls shake,, and at the same - time bringing his fist down with a crash upon the table before hinrt You have a country very Vast and extremely.-unbounded. It; cannot be seen 1 ' Why should you let the ancient -i t. 3 3 nntwunded Patagonians. come upon yon, while you are resting like huge , cods upon ' vonr bloody knives I Cannot the thur.ders of the tramping feet of Ethiopa's tyranni cal exiles arouse you, from your sleepy slumbers T Away with such thoughte, and buckle : on your cannons ! - Beet your swords into terrible plow shares 1 1 . Ma. I . T ana marcn to tne light. ; While you rest asleep in your vast State houses, the hosts of : Venus are coming npon you. The locusts - of Iceland are overrunning yonr apple trees, and eating away the underpinning . of your great temple of j&ammon, and . betore . you know it, the terrible rocks will, tumble down and crush your poor bones like dry ; sticks." j . J erry stopped to take breath.,, The preceptor had been at first wonderatruck, buta broad smile gradually spread over his features, ' and at length he had . to force his handkerchief into his mouth to keep from roaring nutright." Down the cheeks of Jack, Sam, and myself, the tears were rolling as we held our shaking sides, and as the old preceptor's eyes at length fell upon us-he seemed to com' preliend the truth. : : .! I . "Stop 1 . stop !" burst from the old preceptor's lips, and the roar which he could no longer control burst forth.:, 'i ) : This unloosed the restraint that had been making hideous. ..the. faces of the scholars and visitors, ami a simultaneous burst of laughter shook the whole build ing. ' ' -: ' i -':-:.m " :," Mister Grecians!";'1 ' ; rr' 'r ','. vl "Stop, Jerry do, for heaven's sake ! Where did you get that stuff ?" -j . '," I writ it, sir," returned the unlucky .Wight' ' ' ' ;1 ',. ..' .;'".."'.'".,! ; ."; Well, don't read any more of . it DOW."- !.:: l i ' Jerry was dumfounded, and mechanic ally he Buuk into his-seat 1 ' Jack was' next called upon. "Jack's composition was not only good,'' bnt 'it betrayed considerable knowledge'' of vrrecian uistory, ana as ne proceeded with it poor Jerry began to see into what a wicked snare he had fallen, and as soon as the school -was dismissed he Seized, his hat and skulked away. Our preceptor called upon us, to remain,, but when we informed him of Jerry's at tempt td steal onr composition, he had ho reproof ta administer. , -..', 1," . . . ' -During the ; remainder of ,the term Jerry went by the name of ""Mr. Gre cian," and when the term was closed, he, with the rest of us, applied for a certifi cate to the effect that he would make a "schoolmaster." i ' "Well, now," Jerry exclaimed, as he entered our room, holding a folded paper in his hand, "I got my. certificate, and I know'd I should." . -' . i : i Of course we were much surprised at this ' announcement, and with considera ble curiosity we asked : to look at the document' '.'t'-':i i'ii- -ii ' ii.it-... a.i. ; "What yer laughing at ?" be asked as we looked at the "recommendation."; . - "Nothing." we replied. ; ; , -. ,- The missive read as follows : -- ; "To all School Committees whom it may concern: Jerry , the bearer, is a young maii of excellent morals, and y ou will find it highly edifying to examine him previous to placing him in charge 6f a, school-. -. -. . .'. . ! (Signed) i - S L. B j' ' Principal of 0-' Academy." . j The old preceptor could not find it in his heart to refuse Jerry a certificate, and so he-had given him this inoffensive missive. -I never beard that "Mr. Gre cian" obtained a school though he still keeps his teacher's certificate as a proof that he is eminently qualified; , and for the present he confines his genius to the cultivation of his father's farm. How Tom Housed Her. The wife of Tom Gordon is a victim to imaginary ailments, and is never so content as when living according to the direction of her medical ' adviser. Dr. Valentine now understands her whims and oddities so well that he humors her in every caprice; if she imagines rheuma tism is her complaint, he agrees with her, and prescribes sotqe, harmless potion; if she thinks , her appetite-decreasing, some bread pills keep her in good spirits until the fancied symptoms of some other disease '.induce' her. to send again for hlm.'-; , . ... ;',':'';"'.;':';'' : - During the last four years Tom has often wished that his wife would roll down stairs and break her foolish ' head for the . reason that the physician's and apothecary's bills make a serious inroad upon his income. ''' ' -1 , ' About three months ago she complain ed of a pain in her side, and, as usual, the doctor was 'summoned. . After pre scribing two or three bottles of different compounds all harmless, but rather ex pensivehe said; .-, j I "All you want to assist medicine in effecting a cure is a little rousing, ' Al though your ailment is serious, it is not dangerous." Assume a little energy, and you will recover.1 - Remember, rous yourself.", ?:. .'"z' ';. '; ' ' '.'.',. :" i : After the doctor . had retired, ' the pa tient: fancied that i at last some serious disease was beginning to manifest Itself, and like a fool she went to bed in de spair. ' i i.- -.(.-: -r , . ...- i Tom understood the case thoroughly from long experience, and said, mentally:- ;.. i . -; .; -. .i 'i :: .:,.-'..' : " She wants a rousing, does she 1 Well, I'll give her a surprise that will startle her.''.' ; ' . '";. ; - ' i Mrs. Hake,, an attractive widowj was engaged to act in the capacity of nurse to Mrs. G. :' The widow is young,1 bux om, amiable; and Tom 'thought her at tractive qualities might be made' availa ble in giving the patient the necessary rousing, " v. - . .; - - ' " A short consultationwith Mrs. Hake resulted in the arrangement of a plan, the execution of which was to induce Mrs. G. to forever ' afterwards throw physic to the dogs. ,' : ; '.'" ; Late the next evening, while the pa tient was fretting and groaning, and an nouncing her intention of giving up the ghost, Tom called Mrs. Hake aside and said to her, in a pretended whisper, but loud enough to be heard by the invalid : " Poor Fanny ! she is about to die at last, and so you and I may as well ar range for our marriage." ; . : Tom threw a glance over his shoulder as he spoke, and observed the dying pa tient ceased her groaning, and began to rouse herself. Arising quickly to a sit ting posture in the bed to note every word of the conversation, she stared at them with eyes as big as ' small onions boiled." - :-..: . " 'Twill be a relief to her," continued Tom, "for she has always beeu an in valid. I, too, have suffered as well as she, but with you, the picture of health, as my wife, . happiness will be com plete.", ,:i -.. . j V .: j' "' :, ; The widow threw herself npon Tom's shoulder, her arms about his neck, and began to chew his vest in mouthfulls to smother Iter laughter. .: ' " How soon shall' we get married after she is dead!", asked Tom, passing bis arm . around : the ; widow's substantial Waist', -..i ; ! i .-.! -t ... - " I suppose you will be willing to wait a -week or two t " simpered Mrs. Hake, as Bhe leaned her. head on his shoulder and took another mouthful of vest.' : - The invalid uttered an exclamation and landed on the floor. ." , i , " You think I am going to die, do you "., she exclaimed. " I'll live to spite VOU both ! and for ' Von" Rhn tnrnorl and grasped Mrs. Hake by the hair- out ot my house, you designing vixen! I'll act as my own nurse hereafter." From that day to this. Mrs. G. has en joyed good health, and Tom has enjoyed guou ep.rns, oecanse he has not had a doctor's bill to pay. He knew how to cure her; for she only needed rousing, ana xomyrousea ner.', .. A Philosophic Beggar. Several years ago, one of the princi pal thoroughfares of London' was regu- 1 a 1 1 I ' 1 a --'" -m lariy patronea oy a oeggar wno asked alms of no passers except old ladies. To these he addressed -himself thus i "O ! young lady J' hW pity on a poor beg gar- - ,ne was singularly successful m all his appeals.- In reply, to an . inquiry he explained his success thus : "You see, sir, my plan pleased all the ladies. Some of 'em believes me, and are pleased by the compliment. Others see it's all a sham;1 and they are tickled by the ioke. 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Bond. 10ft; 10 Farms of from 40 to SO aores esoh; SM pieoes Silverware at from Slo to (50 each, f 60011; 350 pieoes -ilrerwar. at from S8 to (30 eaoh.15000: SO farms of from 40 to 80 acres aei; too artinles of Silverware at from S to SSS each, 4000; 10 eopias Carpenter's Portrait r Lincoln, 100; 34 Farms of 40 aores each, and 5000 Linooln Memorials, making a grand total of , 1 S O P R E M I tl MIS To be distributed gratuitously to holder of certifi cates, eaeh of whom res-urea One Admission to tha Diorama and a finel.- executed Photograph. now to osiAjy certificates. Orders tear be sent to as in registered letters or Poetoffioe Orders, in sums of fro n SI to 15, at on riik; larger amounts should be sent in Drafts or by Express. Certificates will be furnished at the fol lowing n CLUB BATES: ,.: Single Certificates................ ...50 cents 11 Certificates, one address.... 95 00 S3 Certificates, one address 10 00 48 Certificates, one address ' 10 00 : 9T Promptand energetic Ldis and Gentlemen of aooDCHaHAoriK, wanted as Agents, to whom a liberal commission will be paid. Kxtraordinary inducements -.nd special premiums offered. tsr- Mend far war Private Circular ta Aa-enta. "W ... , ... .. . 4 Address all orders and oommunioationa to the LINCOLN DIOBAmiO ASSOCIATION, : 'I ' lf. 13 Opera Honee, '; , Johk G V ART,' Pres't. COLUMBUS. O. W. W. (tiAoa. Seo'y. jan4-dlraw6w - i BOOK BINDERY. L. SIIBIBT. J. W..LILLIT SIEBERT ; & LILLE7, : v ! . BOOK BINDERS, BLANK BOOK: MANUFACTURERS, , .'' '.. AND ' .- ',"." '' .' SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS, BOOTH HIGH ST., OPERA HOUBK BUxXDIIia ianlP-eodlr ' COLUMBUS OBIO FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO ell his house and let on tha National Road, a short distance east of the Blind Asylu-n. being lot No. tWQ(l) in acertain pan of lot No. five (& , as designated on the recorded plat, better known as Rudolph Riokly'a place. Forparricnlara. inquire at ' JACOB IMS', jaaS-dltawSm No. 1 E. Friend street. CLOTHING. GREAT REDUCTION IS GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS' ' . f AND - -r -' ' .! -,:-:-! . -- . -., i thing: LOOK A.T OUR PRICES! Kblrta Bedacid from 4 ta 3. .,, Shirt Realac d from 3 60 to S2 SO. Stalrta Reduced from 3 Io t. -, Gray'a Collara, 80c per plt'g. Ties worth 750 for 26c. . ; 1;; Tie worth 60c for 15c. ; Best Euallati Super Stout Socka, 40c. White Merino TJadereblrte. eg.' neriwo Hair-hoae worth eoc for STKc. merino Hall-hoae worth tl for 60c. i . A FULll ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS an I'jtII -AT EQUALLY LOW RATE s. '1 . -. J .-also-,' ' ' ' ; ' a-.:- ' deals' ainlfa 9frtd Order. - - Nulta worth TS for 0. ; Sulfa worth MI.? for tSS. - Nailswoiih SOO for tJSO. ' Sail is worth S.VS for 8-fS. : Halls werlh SO for SJO. Paato worth 18 for SIS. '' falls irorlh StO for I3. i": Paau worth 111 for fM.::'r' tLiht' V ' ALU OUR GOODS T ': MARKED DOWN ! NO, T it AHH!, No Old Stock to Rua Off! CLARK & N1SWANDER, ootlSdSm-norlS ' : 121 Xouth Hljh St. FALL AND; WINTER GOODS. :.:nl.-:.y. - ' - .' . . HUNTER'S Clothing Emporiuin, No. 122 O South High St., , -- ;' COUIMBIIS, OHIO. I HAVE JTTJST RECEIVED THE largest and finest stook of Fall and Winter Goods ever brought to this oity, eons is ting of Fa-eiaOll, - - ; EarAsrliauli txnd : ; Domestic Cloths, -, Caasimerc., Sc-o., For Gentleman's wear, which 1 will sell at the low est Cash prices. Also keep constantly on hand a well selected stoekof - READY MADE CLOTHING. JOHN HUNTER. ep5 SSO South High street. NOTICES. , Dissolution of Partnership. Tne firji or j. & t. e. itiiller A JOYCE is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. JOHN MILLER, T K. MlLLtR. i ' -. - JOHN JO If CIS. Columbus, January 4. 1868. ..... IfOTICR OF COPARTNERSHIP. The undersignel have this day formed a copart nership to eo I'inue the jobbing of Foreign and Domestic Dry Gontls tnd Notioos. under the firm name of MILLtiRS, GREEN A JOYCE. Toey will oooupy the old stand of J. A 1". E Miller A Joyce, Nos. 05, 07 and 99 North High street, Colum bus, Ohio. - JOHN MILLER. T. EWINO MILLER. ... ;. AI.BKKT W. URUEN. JOUN JOYCE. , Oar Mr. Albert W. Green, formerly a partner in the firm of Butler, Cecil, Rawson A Co. of New York oity, and connected with tbat house during its entire existence, will continue to resido in New York and purchase all the Ooods for the new firm. With abundant ready capital to purchase all of onr Goods for CASH, and with a praotioal experience of fifteen years among the matiutao.urers, com f is sion man and auotion houses, we shall be enabled to tffer to the mercantile community a well 'elect ed stook at KXl'KKMtLY POPUJL.AK PRICKS. We feel Justified in adding that our facilities for doing a large business and socommodatiDg large de lers will now be equal if not superior to any houso west of New Y.-rk. ' MILLERS, GREG ' A JOYCE. January 11,1803, ,.Sil . dlw NOTICE. To the Stockholders of the Columbus & Indi ina Central .; Railway Company. ":. ' office of mv. COLrjMBtT8 k IvnrANa, Cistkal Rs.ri.waT Co", . CoLUBBUS, O., Oeoember 16th, 1867 A.' MIEEriNW Of THE STOCKHOLD ERS of tie above- earned Company will be held at tha otBoe of said Company, in the city el Columbus, Ohio, on Friday, the 17lh dnr ol JaanarT, between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M and S o'nlock P. M.,to vote upon a contract made by the Board of Direotorsof said Comoanr, and ratified by ssid Board at its meeting on the 4th of December. 1867, with the Chicago A Great Eastern Railway Com pany of the dta e-i of Illinois and Indiana, for the oonsolidation of said Co npanies and the r -roas, property, Ac, into one company and corporation, and such other matters relating thereto or as may eoma before the n. 1 By order of toe Board of Direcrors. . GOROON MOOD IE, dee1T-d3w.wtd - Secretary. WANTS. WANTED! VOENT8 TO SELL A NEW. DE'IRA b'e and popular invention, by which energetie agents oan make from S100 to (150 per month. En close fifty cents aod obtain sample and oiroular by return mail. , ...... Address. . 8TEWART A CO.,, ' '. Sole Manufacturers for tba West. ' ' No. 6 South High street. .. - Columbus, Ohio. P.O. Box 1295. . oot38-aod3m WANTED. A CAPITALIST WITH ONE, THREE or ten thousand dollars. ' "a! JBIG THING I Address, until 30th .- -. , v A. C. BURGESS. . norK-tf ' ' - -J : Cincinnati, Ohio. 1 '... J.i.l - ' - . - WANTED INFORMATION OF THE wh-reabouts of THOMAS. MICHAEL or PATRICK. moNKMARA, will be gladly received by tbe undersigned at Columbus, Onio. who i the widow of the late James MeNemara, killed Dvao ciientat P.- Haydeu's rolling mill. October S8. '1867. i.n4-dAw3t ANN MoNEMARA. PapoM 0 ip ing the abore will eoafer a favor en a lone widow. PAINTING. MARTIN GERRIETS, FRESCO,; HOUSE AND' SIGN t PAINTER, I i , Glazier and , Paper Hanger, WOULD (HOST RESPECTFTJLLT llf- form tha peiple of Columbus- and vicinity that be has his Shop at Mr. Henry Sohreiner's opposite tbe Court House, where he will be ready to execute any work in tha best style and at low rates. - . . decSO-dla HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. OHIO ; FUENITTJEE CO., MANUFACTURERS OF. , ' FURNITURE ! Nos. 6, 7 and 8, ;. Gwynne Block, East Town Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. ; PARLOR SUITS. Iftahosrouy, Rosewood stud Wal uut la Hnfr-cloth, Green Rep. ant Hrocatelle. CHAMBER SUITS. Rosewood, Walnut, . Cliestuul aad Oak, fialahed la Vara lath aad Oil.'- ' ' ' ; ' : i ' --. Dining Room Suits. Walnut. Chestnut and Oak ExJ teualoa Xablea; Walnut and Onb IIbIbs Chairs ; Caae-seat aad Wood ; Oak and Chestaut iside board. y "!: --'-'' Hair-cloth, Grern - Rem and Damask . LoaBcest Secretaries I Book Cases and Etag;ereb' '- Husk, Cotton, Hatr and Spring Mai': Tucker's,' Jones aad DeCamp's Patent Spring; Red Bollonu. - Txr. l ,v. -v- -' .-l. ...... . , suu wa auvaavi u-iu III ..mi. m noun, and guarantee prions as low as ant house in the ' OHIO FURNITURE CO.! ' : ' - 1 J. E. BBITTINGHAM, Supt,': B. H. Hows. Trees.' - ..... . j. . , i septlO-eod ly oct28-wly-r NEW YORK. ' $1 000.000 in Watches ! " FOR SALE ON THE POPULAR ' " nicH "piiAxa' GIVING EVERY PATRON A Handsome and Reliable Watch ! FOR IHS LOW PRICE 07 $10, :r ... i . . n Without Regard to Value! And not to be paid for unless perfectly satisfactory. 10S Solid Gold Hunting Watches... 250 to $1,000 100 Mario Cased Gold Watches 800 to 500 100 Ladies Watobes, enameled 100 to , 300 gun Uold H'n'ing Cbnn'ter Watches S80 to . 800 300 Gold Hunting English Levers.. SOO to S50 300 Oold Hunting Duplex Watches. 150 to - SOO 300 Hold Hunt'g American Watches 100 to 550 500 Silver Hrating Lerers ..- 50 tor: 150 500 Silver Hunting Duplei.es 75 to 950 500 Gold Ladies W etches .......... M to - S50 1,000 Gold Hunting l.e ines i , 50 to ., 76 1.0 0 Miscellaneous Silver Watches.. 50 to" 100 S 500 Hunting Silver Watches 85 to-- " 50 6.000 Assorted Watobes. all kinds.... 10 to 55 a Every natron obtains a Watch br this ar rangement, costing bat (10, while it may be worth ftl.000. No partiality shown. "Sa we wisn to immediately dispose of the abore magnificent Stock. Certificates, naming the arti cles, are placed in sealed envelopes, and well mixed. Holder are entitled to the articles named on tbeir certificate upon payment of Ten Doliais, whether it be a Watch worth 1.000 or one worth less. The return of anv of our certificates entitles you to the article na i ed thereon upon payme t, irrespective of its worth, and as no arti -le valued less than .10 is named on any certificate, it will at onoa be aaan that this is No sLotfery, but a stralchtfbrwai-d legitimate transaction, which nauw b participated in even- by tbenoat fasti iliou.t ; A sino-le certificate will be sent bv mail, uostnaid. npon receiot of 25 cents, five for tl. eleven for 2. tbirtv-three and elegant premium ior $5. sixty-six ana more valuable premium for aio, one hundred and most snpa'b Watch for $16. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this is a rare opportuni ty. It is a legitimately eondneled business, duly authorised by tbe Government, and open, to tht moat careful scrutiny. Tryutl . WEIGHT, BR0.:& CO., Impoite'rs. ; 1S1 tiBOADWAT, SIT XOSK. oetl5-d&w6m ' " rTh8 Pen is Mightier than the Sword." , THE GOlib PEN, BEST AND CHEAPEST OF PENS. Morton's Gold Pens, THE BEST PEWS III THE WORLD. in: - - ' - . -.. ---:i ' -:- i. ' For tale at JVb. 25 ACaiden Zane, ' JVew - York and by every duly appointed Agent at the tame prteet. - - -' . - j Morton makes no fens stamped with, the- JVame or Trade-mark o any others therefore, ; where an Agency is established, the public will- be best suited, and at the same prices, by calling on the Agents in all other - places those wishing the Morton jPen, must send to Headquarters, where their orders will receive prompt atten tion, if accompanied with the cash, A Catalogue, with full descrip tion of sizes and prices, sent . oh receipt of letter postage. -: A. iMORTON." C.DUCREUX'S; PATENT For Instantanrons' Detach'ment ' of Horses - from Carriagcb. rpHI" INGENIOUS AND VERS USfc.- M. ful invention, whioh has been patented in the United states, r ranee and bngland. is now offered bv the subscriber to the on dio. feeling assured they will find it, upon examination, one of the greatest inventions of the age rrominentamongiuaavantagesare: , FrRflr The facility with whioh horre. mav be h traced to or unharnessed from a Ca riare; also, rendering it unneoessarr for U e person uuuarn eas ing to pass between or behind tbe horses as is cus tomary, thus avoiding any liability of being kicked, SacOKD In ce?e of a horse falling, be may be loosed irom the carriage in ona second, without tbe dr-rer leaving his scat. It iB so simple in its oper ation thata child oan woik it. Third and (beatest In ease ot nors-s tan ing frlffht. beeomins. unmaoagrabla or running- away. the terrib'econsequences which po frequently fol low may all ne avmoea oy tnis simple application to arriages, as tba horses eai be looted from the Oarritiae "itt a twinkling." and the Carriage as quickly and ea-f ly flopped. ' iur. u. uuvit&UA gitve several puotia exnini tions. Tbe great favor and praise manifested fay the public on these occasions, is. one of tbe evi dences of a popular appreciation of its merits. Terms may be known and orders received for ap pb ing the patent to Carriages, or purchase of 6tate R'ghis, by addressing to i O. DUCREUX. Patentee. ; oct29 d3m . 93 Elisabeth street. New l ork. ffOE PER DAT..' Agents wanted: Male and Fe J)0 male; Local and Traveling. Business new steady employmeut. No capital required. Address Reeves t, Co.. No. 78 Nassau street, New York , . oct29-w3m-D TRUE BUT STRANGE.-Any person send ing ns tbeir Address, with SO cents, will re ceive, by mail, the Name and a fartede visite of tber future Wife or Husband.- REEVES A Co. 78 Nassau street. New York. . . novl0-w3m . ORGANS. COLUMBUS ORGAN FACTORY; rHE UNDERSIGNED, HATIITO Inat completed a Pipe Organ for tba German Inde pendent Chun-h, on Monnd street, Columbus, takes thia method of informing tha public, and nartien laily Chore h committees throughout tha State, tbat he is i ow ready to contract for Organs of any sise and prioe, and refers parties interested to tbe Knran jut uuu. iiiowu m . nvwiuen ifmuunaui uip faetorv. C ALBERT GEMUNiHiK.B octi5-dtf .-w-- k- . J . i . L : , ; 1 : RATES OF ADTfJrfSINU. i Tan Unas of NonpareTJorluineb spaee. ooasti . rate a square. . . D AtLT For eaeh In.ertioa, per square, T8 cents Fotieeiof Deaths. 60 eenU; Notices of Marriagaa, SOeente; Religious Notices, Meant. Adrertiee. menu inserted every other day. even third day.an. pnot it week, wi 1 ba eharged 81 80 per square, rack insertion. Business Notices in Local column. , eents per line for eaeh insertion. .No Notice leuV tlian Vl.uo. WltlLT 11.50 perfqnare each Insmlow. Boirl- ness Notices. 60 eenU par line eaeh insertion. No Notioe less than 8S 00 Legal advertisement, will be eharged regular rates. -All nt advertisements must be paid for a -the time they are ordered. , . . - printing: ' ' i; " rw PRINTING. THE LARGEST AND MOST COM -'-"" ' ' . PLETE ' " 'Jit a ' - -. v , r -f i 3- , is .; ? i i .: : .. f j .; ir BOOK & JOB PRINTING . . M- , - 'ft. ESTABLISHMENT IN CENTRAL 'OHIO. -iv!.-:1-: li tUytU-.p. i. t-.-tltiinrt I .vtT M PROPBIBTORSaf -j-.-if foti.-iinl-onfiisfihn -i-j-i !! ; Ji-j-jl,.:..; y.iaL-ii;llf.iil :j-.v --pi-i t: Nos. 38, 58 .& 40 North High St.,, Fi-;J f "i fJ. I '.--;i! f . . : i -; E . 1 -i ! r, I . t-.r .! -o.ii; o-o-fi ij:.;- ;.-.!. : .1,1 r, r COLUMBUS, , OHIO". t -i'-'lV. ii i ' -f'. 'i :-.y:i l ol I..-.:-, '.;;-i :;. tut 1 :' : .- :t (t'-i :,- rn:!ii .:i 51-3.-,--.! .-.-!. ri-: A t Tbe attention of tba Business Publle is called to 1 j i tha superior facilities of this Establishment.-, ! W e have in oonitant use , , .. , Eleven Steam'; Power Presses ... OF TBI . i ... - 1 , I ! T'0-.;l-)l!i ..- . - : - t-.. .-V..-J rj BEST AND LATEST ' KINDS it - 'iicj i.r: ;!,-.' ft ;.-;: r, ; v i t'iti. And our ability to get out work promptly is aa-'i' .surpissed in the West. , We have latelr, , ; .. .... - made additions to our already . , I 7 L4KGE TARI1TI , v !-. -M : i-.f:j:.'v-.T tv- 1. .. ii i . ' -I p bin ting types;: And we feel confident to satisfy all who nay give . . as a call. -Our large fonts of type enable na , j a to do all kind, of BOOK PRINTING! . .. . -i, 1 ......... . . . .-. . , ,-. r. .1 -,r. . . .r;-,.. -. v- 1 . .. ..-.r In the most prompt and exoel'ent manner, and wa -. call tbe attention of those wanting anything u " ' ' in this Una to tha ttT.iG-AJST SPECIMENS .That we have executed in the past year. .11 Ii ! .,:!! ! 1 '- in.-; JOB PEESTTIlSlGr ! i i:i -t- ; - . , : - . ; ,: , j -..i,,-,..J The reputation of this House for Una Job Printing -' ' is well known to the business community. ' I i t.:::i Employing, as we do. none but tbe ,s -,.i-'t Best of Workmen And having a full assortment of the' ; ; ; id A.TEST ancl CHOICEST . STYLES OF TYPE, . ii-,-:.! i ' ', : " 1 - - ' .- , : "!.-.- .1 ni We will guarantee tha utmost satisfaction. ' ' l ' 1 i' iv -m. K 11 i .;.ii, ,-ALL KINDS OF.',! ; .-.-U Mercantile," ; Railroad, 'j -J,, tx.; !V.-i;! t:, ..ft - Bank and -: " ' r wr,"V.,Y,.".,-.in..i frinxing, i SUCH A8 Bin1 Heads, ' " 'Cards;;;::; 1 -i-Zl Circulars,' ' - Letter Heads, -u.!'V ft-.i pi ;i-i: i - '.t i:-,i 1 ,.v.'! ,,( im :f ws - i . . .1 1 man its of au kinds, tnecit", .- ,o '. 1: li !-" !: .' - 'I I -i.i Drafts, , , &e., &c. , i i-t ; .,.1; ' ' ijj FACT," "r: " '-'' -" EVERY KLVd OF JOB' PBIMISfi ' ! f. -1 Needed by the business public Wa a'so keep on hand a larger stock of - -) i, '- ti -. PAPERS OF ALL KINDS" Than any other Printing House in the oily, inch as ', i 1,. J..-. I . 1.. :, I-,, M .... 1,3 1,. Saper B.valj 1-, Blctliaua, ''vtomT' K 'fttwi'Ciii1'1 y':;t "! 1 t-'') fiit .-'- ;"; v: ti :-;cS .:tj wooi i.r-a Aff er and . xUl e1l. it 1..: 1: vi ii l.-iA-jfiH-j'- ' ii-iK .liriiiv -. l,r.n Note - JE&,tGjrm t ' "-il ll--i -TT! ?! ;'- iir"---'-v: . NiB Of the best qualities, and. pnrchasing them as wa , . do, dirwtly from tha manufacturer, we are . ' enabled to do our work at correspond-' ' "' :' " '; ingly low ratea. We ara Bolai i.'-;1 j ,'.:,'!! Agents for the : ; ,i -...r. i : '! f--.i-!T '."i i -t.j li'.t'.iuli .-.-;. j CELEBEATED ; PAPERS OF, ; j PL 4.TNER .& ; PORTER, i BLANK BOOKS. We particularly call attention to the Blank Books manufactured by nit. W a are prepared to -:i ..i.x fill all orders for i -1 T-socLsesrat. - -.: . - . j '''srOMrill1a1.: :' ' "' ! ' TJy' I3Oliaiaai.''' ' Oatili T3ocXsUb.' And all kinds of Blank Books now in uia These Books are al! dona in tha best style of paper rul ing and binding, and weeaalleage oompetitioa ia this line. iV ..'I ...? ; - .-. '-. I GIVE US A. OA-IiXi.1 ' .... --!.)t,,,:i x .ii,. -o -! p - .V. ,it NEVINS & MYERS, 1 ,--s -.it r b: SO, S8 Sc. - 40 Irtla : HIsrh 8trnf, u-j - i t ' rT ' .. r ..... . , . f . - t -. '.-; !,. -i, uiitrr. wit !t, v-.tv -:1 9 " !:..-: v;L: :. :s,, ..-( a '.,,, ' I ' nor COUTltSUSi'1 J,U !ili!',!iJ 1 .It.