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- - Ail. --.J -'- n wi (U-WUUT STATESMAN. Mr year M tiz month. ... WEEKIY STATES HAN. n aepy tie months " ".on yew i Five copies ob 7 oar ................ Ton copies on veer Miiiiii Twenty copies one rear ..t f lit r copies ea rear.... ..1 OA .. 1 00 .. too ..17 60 ..31 00 ..76 00 ADVERTISSJIG RATES FOR DAILY STATESMAN. i& fU lintt Xoparl maba a Spurn.) R9f III 4 4 i s in I 60) S 5l 3 00 00 - 19 00 8 on. 30 50 100 $1 H 3 00 4 60 76 00 13 on 16 POj 85 60 96 si 4 50 00 00 16 00 eol 60 160 100 85" MS 876 46 600 6Sfl 680 60 4 00 4 so so o I'O 140 17 00 40 on "-5 00 es on 85 oo 10 H 161 7 S It 00 M Offl too ore 1801 M OfH 60l 3S 00 I-J8S 10 001 SI (KM 40 on i50 285 101 35 001 46 OOj 70 00 -44 4 IJOOLSB 6UI 16fll M t 41 SO) tt OgJ fO Dol SOI 18 oaf 0 001 001350 lOjrvNo99 If oetper tin each Insertion. ACVtrl8e ICKrOTKl.WlKKLTKTiTlt r t Per qmr eaoh frsertvon-for three months or longer, a discount of one-half from Daily rates- AOVBKTTStKO FOmWKI.T STlTlgB -l 60 per square for first insertion, 76 cents for each ad ditional iusertioa. BuMKBsa No ricBs, 54 oenti each insertion. lioness or DtiTHs. SO sen's. Kotioi or M ibri AOig. T6 cent. - T --- AU Irnmtmt aiiasisV.i imifi tuvJeOstJUBif at BUSniESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS. JAInTF. ft. BULL. ATTOBN JST-AT-LAW A MATOR, ll;or's Ofiea. 42i , A T.WgM K rr T-1 A W A rfbtnrr PnMie. "W j i V i v,: pBe.n Putin's Bpildisg:" B i. WOODKCFf. ATTORNS If-AT-LAW Notary Pablia. unc hi nontn nign street. COAL DEALERS. Dealers H Pittsbnw nod OhioCoal. Also. Coke, Drain Til and ritane Sewer Pipe. No. 861 North BisB street. CLOTHING. jf MKRCHANT TAILORi S10 Booth HiA it, ffhnieejtoek or jClothint; ooBctanl V on hand. i DENTISTRY. BEAU HAN 4C DCN, DSSTISTS. 81 Sooth High street. Re 6. WiBJIRH, DF.NTIST. Ofiee. 18 Kast Broad street. DRY G00DS. GILCHHIST. GRIT tc CO., Dealers in Staple and Faney Dry Oods. A o. 89 Soma Eiih street AO. Hr.A DLRY 4c CO v, - - Forein and Domestic rtrjQoodSjTaoth, Vara. eta. 850 A 861 Sooth Hit swot." - HOTELS. UNITED STATES HOTEL, Corner High and Town streets. H3mi, -BlArtl V JfcIstjietor. XTBTMHAL1I0TKL. A'l Opposite Depot. j. 5. H- DAVlDSOS, Proprietor, f ZfeTTKiEIC HOTJOE, Corner Koortk A Friend its. Commodioos ktoose ani evtensife stables . . , i JiT4.B0rEr3 Procrietor. ! MEH CHARTS' HOTEL., 340 South High street. Good stabling attach ed to premises. , W. P. THATCHER, Proprietor. '. tgnb!frECi4ctJT,aitTTCAlJ LIFE llfi KJ soraio" Coropanr. Assets.-Slfi.iOO.UOO. WM. JAMISON. Agent. Ooluinbus. O. ! BEAT WESTERN I T Horse Insoranee and Detective Co. Insures live stock against theft and accident. Office, eor. BasBleBft.rAsf. ' ueeo. Q utekato AU . j. i j l.w j t w , . jn.. naHaina. e UENtRAL AUEK T Seonrity Life Insoranee Company. So. C Opera Hoose. i HOME IN81HVHCE COD1PA1V OF Colombos.O. Carital and Assets. 46,614J7. W. C. M. BAKEh, ci 'j. j tu.ie. Nne 6 7 Opera Hoose 1 NEWS DEALERS. 1 BDBKW8A BDLL. fr tieers.J)ealrv BookneHers, and Stationers-, o6Snt Bigh ttreen next docs; u Postofcee. a? News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer and Kind ir. Publications in both German and English, j 331 fonth High street. PAPER WAREHOUSES, j ANDtsfc-WS. fEKItli 4k CO, Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print ing and Wrapping Papers, 83 A 86 Alorth High St. i NVIRA.NER Dealers is Printing: Boot. Writing and Fin Papers 86, MA 40 Mark high street. , PHYSICIAN. EM. DOWN, n. B.i No. 8 Opera Hoose. Treats Diseases of the PICTURE FRAMERS. Kft.il BKOIHtHs, Uanoraetoreis of Picture Frames and Deal ers in Pboiogiapbio Stock, No. Opera Hoose. i W(X V r H- Oll.Vtlil4M)J a Uanofactorers of Picture Frames and Deal ers in Mouldings, r ictures, etc., 101 East Friend &, PIANOS. JC WOVI), ' e Asent for CbickeriDgs and Emmerson's Pi anos. Also, Organs, ilelodeons and hbeet tok). ai oou lu xsigu sueew. ; ITRaOORAPHEpI PHOTOGRAPHfcRR. 81 Son h Higb streetl Jyt. 1LIOTT. I e PHOToOKAFHKR, lot Sooth High street. Piotores made in everj style and sis. ; . J. AliCHEH. . Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etoM eto.', RESTAURANT. B IRK IXfHASOK RESTAURANT, Corner State and rJisb streets. . i. CHAELEV AlYER, Proprietort SEWING JVIACHTNES. .OsUEt A SiiNtijnA7HlNEtj.-:'. J. Th best in the world. No. 4 Opera House. W. P1MJUEL. Agent, - BUSINESS CARDS P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO. Corner Broad & High Sts. , COLUMBU8, OHIO. febC-dly r. BATDB". J08. HDTCHIEOM. W.B. HaTDBM, . ,r...ir nnrrinntiftiT c ! -?IO. 13 8. HlttH STREET, VanM-dlj-r C)lBilBii O. WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE. . AJTB rrEN TEAK OLD EODRBOR VHIX. "X ky. Thirty barrels pore 10 years old Bourbon Whisky. Also, twenty-five barrels pure e 13 Monongahela Whisky mst htsuiil8.. Will b sold br thm BlawniiAh. (WU SC fJSB., nth High streas. II BiaatVl W sJi. Ii s- llllltPS i. i iu-.i i.j. . jVOL. XXXV. ; ! : COLUMBUS, P., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1868. - - 11 ' ; ' - : ' NO. 181. George Peabody. It is rather nncommou in this day for persons to render' invoices of their taxa ble property. -The assessors atvertise for them; but since it is understood that the 'will not1 doom anybody, no notice is .taken , thereof ; ,and probably not ' a uau aoaen a year are rendred. in iNew buryport. f Formerly it was not so ; and on looking back to 1 SI 4, ! we find the following from George Peabody, the cel ebrated , Xiopdon banker, whose wealth and generosity are known the -world over. '"'- OJ fl "-"! it- '' A:j t. -' Invoice of all taxable DroDertv of the Bobscriber on the 1st of May, 181i " , . I One poll' i 1) ''.:7.t i.a,;YA'" ' " Personal $200.:!; ''-; - GEORGE PEABODY. Newburyport, Oct. 26, 1814. . Sworn to before Sam'l Cutler,; Oct. 26, , 1814: : i! - It appears from the above that George Peabody, in 1814,. -arrived at maphood, took his Oath that he was possessed of but' two hnhdred dollars taxable nroner- ty, which was just enough to make him a voter; and if be had lost one (dollar of it the' day before, he would: not have been a; voter that - year.-. : Two hundred dollars ! ' If George Peabody, starting from that point, has reached his present wealth", where is the cause for any young man to despair f ' .There are a hundred chances now for an energetic, ' capable yonng".man,. where- there was -one in 1814. That was the time ot the last war with;, lireat Britain, when' little business V, was . : doing- so 'little )that not a store .. ou V',, State . .... street was opened for trade after dark; - Wages was'very low and men plenty. '' George Peabody was glad to 'get' less . 'than any man can earn dia-fring-clams just nbwand what the merest .boys .Would how tnrn, away! from. " Nor did it cost less to live, then than now. '- Flour, corn, molasses, and manyjother articles were nearly -twice -as- hieh as to-day. But there were some things in; .George' Pea body s favor, that are not common now. The .original copy of this iuvoice- shows that he was: a good penman,' which' is rather a rare accomplishment in our day. "We. boast, of. our Superior ' schools, but very . few of :our Boys can write so welL Then; George-Peabody was economical. lie-never had any mean qualities, i le was tall, well-formed, erood-lookihfir. and dressed ., with great ,; propriety' . but h Bvd :i his money, ! i That.. $200 would, purchase a watch, finger-ring; and RjCbuple 'of. shirt studs; or.it would last a few days for cigars, liquors, and oys ters. Does anybody--t)eTiwvrtbat George Feabody.put. .. lt to . snch uses? llow many young men would think two hun dred dollars a snfficent sum to serve as a foundation of a fortune of many millions? How many would waste it foolishly, and complain, afterwards of their ill-luck in the. world, and that there was no chance for a young man to do anything in these days? .- George Peabody knew , how to read,.write, and keep accounts qualifi cations for his place as a clerk thought something of in those days, and a great deal; neglected., now, : when ' infants want to jump io- mannooa, ana young men lack the patience for slow accumu lation. He . was gentlemanly, savins:, industrious, . enterprising1, ; self-reliant, and intelligent; and such a young man seldom fails. - He diuVnot scorn to work; he was no ten-hour man if duty demand ed an extension of -time; he didn't-lean on- anybody else; but he had in him that very day what has been developing ever since. We ask all 'the boys who may 'read - this: paragraph, to look at George,,; Peabody fifty .years f ago and Geortre .Peabody ' now, 'and ask them selves what one advantage, he had that , I Newburyport Herald. Death of a Remarkable Hen. Everybody knows that -' the trallant Weidrich's battery which did such ser vice during the rebellion accompanied General Sherman on his .f (larch to the Sea;'" but everybody,' don't, know that during the march, somewhere' in South Carolina, one of the soHiers of the bat tery captured a hen he having deter mined, we presume, that Sherman should go throngh if it took, every blessed hen along the-whole jouteV" This hen was not kUleo, but was tamed,, and became a great favorite and pet,- with the men. Sometimes she would ride bn a caisson. and - sometimes on one -of the horse's ; when a halt was called, and the soldiers ate their meals, she would forage' about in quest of food, always returning to the battery "to roost. Jiy way ot requit ing the kindness shown her,- she laid an egg every week-day 4n a -nest prepared forTher,; on a caisson and we are 'sot sure but that " on. Sunday, she laid two, -.. She- went safely, through . the . long march to bavavnab, Thence to liichmond and on to Washington, and was brought home with" the -idys "of the battery to Buffalo;'- She was claimed' by private Jacob Dishinger, who 'doubtless' loved her,.ibrthe'. dangers ''.she,'" had passed throngh, andt00kj.be best'possible cars or herri?S5he lived honored and respect ed until a few. days ago, when she, died at tne residence or Mr. JJishtnger, on (jenesee street, near Michigan, . She was tenderly cared for , duriner her r illness, was deeply mourned, and interred ;with all-r dne; respects jBao . Commercial dverwer..,: ' - ; ? j-i Righteous Verdict Against Righteous Verdict Against Three of Delano's Workers. it. ' :In the outlying Radical province of Hartford 1 ownship,;; JLiicking county, Ohio, at the October election, 1866, the radically intelligent, legally learned and impartially able (so sworn) Judges of Election, radically pious witnai (extern ally), deprived a well-known resident Democrat, Samuel Sloan, of his right to vote,-, on the alleged ground of his having lost his residence at his home Dy tne - temporary -... vibii oi ... n insane wife, -under the care and direc tion of the officers of the Central Ohio 1 Lunatic 'Asylum (where she , had jbeen under treatment ;, to her married daugh ter in .Delaware county, the asylum, au thorities not allowing her to return home until perfectly cured. - The profound Judges held Mr. Sloan disfranchised ou this account because he was a Demo crat. -They even refused to swear him I concerning bis legal residence, as the law required -.them , to do. lhey were the whole , body' of -the - law, . themselves, and thus excluded one vote for Gen eral, Morgan. ,They ' also excluded several "Democrats -on,lr other pre- r texts, ' They admntefl every vote fqr Delano, however, without question. ' Mr. Sloan having sued , these ' all-powerful ' Judicial gentlemen for damages, the case i ...... . , . . was heard and . ably argura, last week, fin. the.Lickuig fjgmitjv yoni. .ot Uom- ii - .- - - - - - .... mon Pleas, and the jury rendered a ver- t aict, agalnsr. the , detendants of $250. Tbe;"loyal" creatures abused the jurors, after court, for daring to mulct such vir tuous persons as themselves in damages, for trying their best to lect C. Delano Zanesville Signal. ! Thb Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, in a recent, number, "prints an article on " The Present Position of the Medical Profession." , The writer thinks the only way to maintain the high posi tion in which physicians were formerly held," is " to close pur ranks , firmly against all pretenders; to practice, as we believe, with it rational faith in our art ; and,' above all,' to steadily raise the standard of medical education.": ; ' '! , MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE TO BUILDERS. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE -eeived at the office of T. Lough for. the erec tion and e imp'etion of a School Building on Spring and Medary streets Plans and spenfi ations will be ready for inspection at the office of P. Schlapp, on TtMS-iaj, March 17.- . AU bids most be handed in on or before the 24th int.. at noon. 1 Tb Board of Education reserr to thaouatses the right to reject any or all bide, which most be accompanied with gd and sufficient secority for the completion of said building, i Columbus, March 13 1868. ' ' Hi i , ...BUiLDlfiU COMMITTEE ! mohU-dl3t , , - iiOARD Of EDUCATION. NOTICE. THE lllEinOCRACT OF IT1AD1SOIV township. Franklin eoonty, are requested to meet at the Township Hoose, on SATURDAY, MARCH 2STH. 1848. at 3 o'clock, for the parpfse of nominating a Ticket to be supported at th coming i April eleotion. - i .' poU open from still 5 o'clock P.M. s '': i - nh7-w8t ' ' - -i --. - : -,: :,-:! ! - BOOT AND SHOE STORE or . I WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THE AT-, tentionof the nutlio to the fact that I have opened a Boot and Shoe Store in my new bnilding specially erected for that purpose. No. go North High street (east side), "where I will keep on band a se.ectnd stock of goods in. my line. Prices to suit the times.. Also, work made to order in tha htutt stylo.' -Kepaiiing neatly done. . - mcnn-aiw - M. jt assiu. ::I-OX FOR SALE. OQ CIT Y LOTS, VAKYIIVG 1M SIZE, c location and price, situaied a short distance north of the Depot, Porth High street, opposite the residence of the rate W U. Hubbrd. . also, three floe lot" in one blook, 169 teet by 187 X, situated on north ride of. East Oak street, near East Public lane. For terms, apply to WM. A GILL. ' i - : Ko. 30 North High street, i : - Columbus. Ohio, March 9, 1868. , mchlo-d'Jm r 1 HALE. : A TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE FOR SALE, , with 8 rooxs. hail. cellar, well, cistern, t'oath eaet corner of Sixth and Mound streets. - Fruit -trees and grapevines on lot and shade trees all around the bnilding. Inquire at the premises or at 2io. 60 North High street. ; . il. FASS1U. moh!7-dla '" - Real Estate . for - Sale. y:i-: THREE IMPROVED - FARMS FOR SALE near Dublin, by JAMES E. WRIOHT and JOHN THOMPSON. Dublin.O.,Feb.35,1868. , . - feblS ( MISS ELLA , C. NEWTON, TEACHER OF VOCAL AMD 1NSTKU mental. Music Applications may be left at Seltsar's Musio Store. . RxFiRENCag Professors Zerrahn A Ba'l. Bos ton. Mass. : i mchl8-d8w: ;-.l,.!i3B,0 r9ALE. : -,, it T Columbus, March 1, 1868. ' TWO HOTTSES AND LOTS ON TOW1 street. if not sold by the lotb int., one will be rented. THEODOtlK COMSTOCK. uich3-d30t ' ' ' ... i PREsnuM exhibitions; LINCOLN D10R1MC ASSOCIATION. A 91 AGIt I FICENT WOBK OF ART! A SERIES CF WONDERFUL EXHIBITIONS ! DISTRIBUTION OF , PHOTOGRAPHS 1 PRESENTATION , OF, DIORAMA! . farm. Manorial and cthtr Yaluabl " i.i; -: .-:- J'remium. ... ON THE. NIGHT OF THE 14th OF April. 1865. the hand of a wretched miscreant sent Abraham Linoln to his grave and spread moorning over a Continent. Over two and a naif years bave elapsed sinoe the calamity occurred 'that plunged a nation intotears," and doring that time. a namber of the most prominent American Aitists and Arti'ans, directed by a muster" mi ml, bar? been Industriously engaged in the reproduc tion of the funeral pageant, the grandest th world ever witnessed. . , , ; ..,, :-i THE DIORAMA '!'.: .:T . . r- ..:.:'.r,OF' THE- V ( :' ;'. ; , . , Funeral i Obsequies " ' C"'' ' OF - ?! ABRAHAM LINCOLN, ' Represents bv the aid of over 100,000 moving Me chanical Figure, beautiful Paintings and novel - Machinery, the principal features of the memora ble Procession, and most, therefore, be if especial interest to ever American citizen. This stupend 'ons Work of Art. which was completed at an ex- beauty anoj extent an otners. aas neen porcnasea bv an association of sentlemen. and is now on ex- -Baltimore,.-Washington, Harrishnrg. Piitaburgh, Wheeling, Albany. Rochester Buffalo. Clevelani, Columbus, Dayton, (inoinnati, Ijouisville', Indian anolia. Detroit. Cbicaeo. Milwankea. .-1. l.ouis - Cairo, Memphis. Sa'bville, Montgouierv. Vioks- - borg, w th-leans, Mobile, Charleston, Kioamond, , Springfield. III. .. Numbered and registered Certificates of Id mission bave been issued at FIFTY CENTS each, which will- entitle the holder to one admission , - to the Diorama whenever and wbi ever exhibited. ana n accurate rnotograpn ot some one or tne re markable soenes represented by the Diorama. -"' , On the First Day of Angnst, 1S6S, AN IMPARTIAL AWARDING COMMITTEE --. .',!-' . VltL DIBTTtlBtTTB i TO THE HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES, THE. DIOBAMI - , , , AND j THE ; FOLLOWING VALUABLE ' "- ' ' PREMIUMSr " ' - " '- - -1 Farm of 480 acres; 1 U.S. Bond, $1000; 1 Grand Rosewood Pia-io. 10O0-1 Farm of S20 acre: 1 U. K. .Bond, $500: 1 Rosewood Piano. 60O; 1 Farm of 160 acre; 1 Camel Hair Shal,$1000: 1 Diamond Cross, : C1000; 5 Wbee'e- A Wilson bowing , iooiue, at $1(0 each. 6750; 1 Set Silverware. $f00; 1 nose wood Piano, $500; 6 Grover ft Baker Sewing Ma- cnines. at isu eson,'6u: 1 rarmoi au acres; u. S. Hnml. $100: 6 Sineer Sewina Machines $750: 1 Diamond King, $300; 1 U. S Kond, 8100; 5 drover A baker Sewing Machines, $750; 1 Pian-, $500: 10 Farms of from 40 to 80 acre eacn- 6 Sineer Sewing Machine', 68S; 1 G"ld Watch (Hunt, and Chain, $400: 1 U. S. Bond. $100;6 Wneeler A Wilson Sew ing Machines. $6-5; 6 American Watches, $500; U. S. Bnd, $100; 10 Farms of from 40 to 80 acres each: 10 rilvr . Watches (Railroad timekeepers) $1260: 1 U. S. Bond. $lon: 10 Farms of from 40 to 80 aores each; 250 pieoes Silverware ct from $10 to $50 each, $60011; 850 pieces Silverware at from $8 to $30 ' eacn, B5U0O; so farms or from 40 to so acre, vac; 600 articles of Silverware at from 85 to $25 eaoh, . $4000: 10 eooies Carpenter's Portrait nr Lincoln, $100; 24 Farms of 40 acres each, and 5000 Lincoln Memorials, making a giana total ot ,is$ PREMirns . To be distributed gratuitously to holders of certifi cates, each of whom reo-ives One Admission to the Diorama and a finely executed f Holograph. : '.,"': mow to osiiy Cebtuicatx.8. ' ' Orders may be sent to us in registered letters or Postotfio Orders, in sums of from $1 to $25, at our risk; larger amonnts should be sent in Drafts or by . Express, veruncaies win ue lurnisuea at tne iqi lowing CL(JB RATESs -: Hinele Certificates...... - ....50 cents It Certificates, on address.... $5 00 .93 Certificates, one address 10 00 48 Certificates, on adores - iO 00 . .. sv Prnmntand energetie Ladies and Gentleman of good charaOtbb. wanted as Agents, to whom - liberal commission will be paid. - Extraordinary inaucementd ana special premium, on.roa. send for onr Fs-lvnte Circular to Agents, "SB ' Address all orders and oommunioations to the . LINCOLN DIOtcAmiC ASSOCIATION r -r. i f(0, 3 opera Ilon.e, i-i -. '" .':'.-!. .i... CQL0MBV3, O. - febB dltawSm v . 1 ( -i - . PRESENTS. '." "IIVE MD LET LIE" BEIIVG TTJLLY CONVINCED THAT the recognition of this old proverb would be a source of mutual benefit to both the salesman and his patrons, w have concluded, in the sale of a large number of new and nopular line steel plate Ergravings, of nnsurpassed beauty and real merit, to fairly end honorably distribute a portion of th profit among tn purchasers, in th shape of : - -.' ft u- u Sl. :; I - l i. I--; . . ""I ' !-'-l- 1,000 COSTLY", llflLiaGANT .' AND USEFTTL PEESENTS ! Which will be awarded on the 1st of MAY, 7868. - I -1 ' - r -- auv will wuaisfe OI t . L Greenbacks, MuslcaTfristru mpnts, Sewing Machines, , i u.uoia ana silver :. Watches..,, - - 1 Eto. The Engravings, which are as follows, vis ; j :: .JTI i-i ;i-t'- :i; -..-r,- l-t,- :.i,. WaiahlBiSjrtomFmll-,K,lBiMlBi Fat in . Ily, Grnat In Peace, VfcClellztii ' ., and Wire, Washinffloa asj ct -niuoB, CIsiardiaBi Atisrelsj, , Kvaneelln LrfBiBfl -1 low's Children, and '; '' '' My First Ser- . ''' ,'' i.t : .: - i mon, .-, ; Will be sold at the low prle of 60 cents each. A numbered Certificate will accompany eaoh Enrav ing, wbioh may secure to th purchaser on of the Mlowrngpresenta; ' - . ;. ; i' ' - i;. :: t-!i , '.1 : 1, ;.( - .,-J'v- 1 Present in Greenbacks ...... . ci nn n - 1 .'-ii ..i; Oil Painting .-4 . soo 00 !.. , Chamber Set '. 176 00 i Melodeon...:. -. i. 800 00 1- " Oil Painting .-. ....-'. loo 00 1 .i Greenbacks......!. -160 00 4 " Gold Hunting Case Watches, . ,. ra17? each...., 700 00 1 Chamber Set -inn on 10 :.. : Silver Hunting Case Watches. ., 840 each 400 00 1 ., " . Cottasre Organ : SOD 00 1 ' Set of Rn, H,rni - an nn 100 i " Gold Pens and Ebony Holders, ' "! ' '' u ' arh 600 00 100 . . Photograph Albums, (5 each. 600 00 100 .. . Copies History of the late war, nuenen 1000 00 60 i . Ladies' Fine Dress Patterns. - $20 eaoh...,.-... 1000 00 1 ."- OilPainting .-. ' loo 00 B ', Sewing Machines, 150each... - 800 00 1 :- Greenback-i J.:-: so nil 100 ; . : Valuable Books. 86 eaoh . 600 oo 1 , , OilPaintinsr 100 00 100 " Photoeraoh Albnms.SSaacb.. 8000 421 ' - Useful Presents, worth from - $5 to $16 each ....... 4456 00 Total.'.!:'.'... .....'..-....$12,000 00 AGENTS WANTED, f .T. A V.i..t. .n V ill 1 : Il will be given, and to the Agent selling the greatest number of Engravings we will give, besides the commission, a premium of S300.00 in Greenbacks. To any person getting up a elub of 10, we will give 1 Eneravins and 1 CertificatA xrr Knp Alnh nf SO, we will give 3 Enirravings and 8 Certificates ex tra foraoiun- ot oo, we will give 8 Engravings and 8 Certificates extra. For a olnb of 100, we will give 20 Engravings and 80 Certificates extra. Tbat is, on the receipt of $5.00 we will send to one aaaress ti engravings ana 11 Certmoates. For $10 to one address. 23 Engravings and S3 Cert's. 60 ! ' 120 120 All sums of $5 and over flhnnlA Itn aent fiitbAr h Express or P. 6. Money Order. Smaller sums may be sent by mail at our risk. Address all communications to WEED, McUMBER & CO., ' . No. e Opera Mouse, P. O. Box 1065. ianS9-d2taw( w AB)Awlm COLVXBtm, O. CLOTHING. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. HUNTER'S Clothing Emporium, No. 22p South High St.f COLliMIIlUS, OHIO. r HAVE JTII8T RECEIVED THE A larsrest and finest stock of Soring and Summer vuwu vvsr divuiui w uui uibj. euuauiuiiB ui French, ' .::'.. AlixitjIlMlx and 'ti- Domestio Olo-thts. ' " . - - Ofxss slmerek, sSco-., '- - ' - - ) -.-- For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low est Cash prices. - - Also keep constantly oa hand a wall selected foekof , READY MADE CLOTH INC. ' ; ': .'-.si: . - JOHN HUNTER,' maris , 820 Sooth High street. NOTICES. NOTICE. TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN IP- L wlioation will be made to tbe Governor of Ohio on the28tb day of March. 1868, or as soon thereafter as tne same can ne neara, xor tne paraon oiu SEPH A. SCHOONOVER, who was convicted and sentenced to tbe penitemisry for two years at the J nne term of the Franklin County Common Pleas. 1867. on an indictment for Grand Larceny v4VQfirU A. OvUUUUv , X.A. mchT-dltw3w ' Legal Notice. CrA91UKL' BARK' AND THOKIAS O. O BAKR. are hereby notified that Asa Davis, on tbe 7th day of March. 1868, filed a petition in the Court of Common Picas nf Franklin county, Ohio, aainst them and one John barr. asking a indrment for $338 20 and interest, from Feb. 29. 1868, baianoe doe on a note tor aeoo. aatea an. , looo. at one year; aed tnat an attaonment Has or en issued in tne case:. They are requited to answer by tbe .h day of May, -: ' 1 ' - Attorney tor flaintiff. COLUXBUS. March 1. 1868. ;, . mai9-w6w-M Legal Notice. NOTICE. THE HOLDERS OF STOCK IN ROCK. RUN COAL CO. are notified te meet at the office of the Company, in tbe city of Columbus, Franklin oounty, Ohio, on the 30th day of MARCH, 1868, at i o'clock P. M., for the purpose of eleoting uirectors ot saia uompaoy ana, transaoung outer JOHN McULKiKl, . .. :- . SAMUEL SUATTLER. BUSHROD SPENCER. ,. .. . ENOCH G. ARB0GA8T. JOSEPH H KHOADS. JOHN S, LEEOOM. feb28-dlm2taw Corporators, a nn FARMS IN IBAHALim An si Madison eountiei for sale, varying from 20 to 300 aores, mostly well loiprovea, ana ex a oar- gain. t . . , J-: rrrl"'n ' , - Wl KOtlD msn Buwm, vumiuuiis, meb6.d3t42tawtapltw2t Real Estate Agent. HOTJSE AND LOT NO. 159 ' EAST ut.t. .trMt. Unnse with 10 rooms: a verv good location. Enquire at Freight office of 1 M. A C. A X B. K. to W. H. H. Shinn, or the under- s gned. . . febl-dtf JOHN W. DOHERTY. OFFICE OHIO PENITENTIARY,) , ' :. Columbus, O, March 10th, 1868. y SEALED PROPOSALS WILL RE KE eeived at this office until IS o'clock M.. - j Wedneidari April 8th, 1868, 1 j for the labor of from - ' - r j SO TO lOO CONVtCTS. - AH bids must be made in compliance with tb. law passed April 1st. 1867, "To regulate and govern me vuiu mui wuuw j . Proposals will bo indorsed Proposals for Con vict Labor," and addreaf ed to - : , i CUAd. C. WALCUTT. ! , mohll-dltawtl . , ,.i Warden O. P., rpB f;E BUT STRANGE. Any parson send- A inc ns tneir aaaress. who eenls.wtu re ceive, by mail; the Nameand a Carte etc Visits of their Wore Wife ot Husband, . REEVES A C 78 Nassau stteet, Now 1 ork. ; - novlO-wBin. l 4 DRY GOODS. !. GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO j No. 29 South High Street, HATE RECEIVED j t - oi -y'i... : -j -i - ,!, ... - . , ,)-. i THIS DAY JtflL ; 3L.1X1 ; - ' "' 11 -'' . '.. Jn -- .-'. J yl --Of ''-: Jii - - HARRIS . BROTHERS' . 4 'to ?.-i::t-)-!-- i ..it:. ' ' I : 1 CEL.EBRA.XED DJUAJXl.JLjlAtj j --.- r;i i . -, mi. i ii '.!.'..!,-. -. -r, .-, , . .. kid gloves; The HARRIS 8EAMLESS is a universal favor ite with the ladies of New York and the I Eastern cities, i We take p:easoxa , i in recommending them to tbe , - . ... .. Ladies of Columbus , "' and our Trade. , wh; Ann SOLE AGENTS -i -. - r, - ' 1 ::' ; r-... T- For th sal of tbe HARRIS SEAMLESS KID -i i n h. GLV in Columbus. f o OIECHRIST, CRAY A CO. mhS GROCERS. M'COLM, ; MILES & M'DOXALDS, ' . ' - - . (. -:,t ;:'V:'.' GBO CER 8, .' ' DEALCRS iv FOttEIOI, DOITIESTIC and tiiaple Groceries in all tneir varieties. .- : 7,. PROPRIETORS OF V ,! '" ': : COLUMBUS POWDER MAGAZINE. Agents for sale of the Hazard Powder Co. 's Powder. Abo, Agents for the sale of Gardner, ' Phipps A Oo.'s ". - i ' ' Celebrated Sugar-Cured Hams. ' Imported Wines. Brandies, Cigars, etc. --..--,.--. . . ' - A9ZSOY t OB MANN & CO.'S iares 3bL" i ' '' I BALTIMORE OYSTERS, CANNED FRUITS A VEGETABLES. ETC.. : ' ' Constantly in Btort, -. ' AT" All Goods Delivered Free of Charge. Or ders solicited. - MtCOLM, MILES A MoDONALDS. oct26-d4m 124 A 12 3outh High St.- FURNITURE. KICH4JM. HiLB. . CBSltLB8 0.BEl.LOVS.: C. P. If BUTLBB. HAUL HEIXOH'8 Sc. BUTLER, FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS, Mo. 216 dc 2 18 Month nia;h St., ' COHJMBCJS. OHIO. 7jMr. tttttntiti Manufactory it at tit Foot of txnrni nrttt, on tn umuu Their business transactions, both Wholesale and Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio, irenasyivania ana inaiana. iney manuiaotura PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM. HALL, AND ' KITCHEN FURNITURE ' ' ' ;l .of all classes and every design, of superior work manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs ef ev.rr uescnptiou, ot noiesaie ana nflum. -' febS-deodly . ... . ;: -WHOLESALE GROCERS. V.- B. BBO0K8. ALIX. BOCSTON. N. H. SLAB T Sc W. B. BROOKS, Cr Blcfa VHIfl. Sts.tColamliaa, Wholesale Grocers .-TPBALBBB IK . .I:!--'-. KEW 0RLE4.5S 8UGARS AND M0LA.8SE8, Island Sugars. Cane, Teas, Spices, Tobaccos, feb6-ly . -. ' .COAL. ' HOCKING COAL. I AN NOW ' SELLING AND DELIV -ring to any part of th o'tty, best quality . . j Coarse axid SXtx-t OoaL ' Orders left at mj store, No. 6 Broad street, Buok- ye Blocs, will nave prompt attention. feb4-tf P. HATDEN. ." n .. . -.COMIinSSION. .. " WM. MONYPENY, .'. Forwarding and-: Commission 'J '"'"""MERCHANT;;,;"', ' "-DBALBB IW - I, -,;!,, GRAIN OF ALL K I N DS, FLOUR, WHISKY, Ac. ' tar The Highest Prices Paid at all times for Viorn, vv nea(,i.je, caxiey, e o.a.eto. j - -' i ' - O F F I C E-t :-. :': :i. Near -West End. of Nai'l Road Bridge, C0LUMBVS. OHIO. ' ' . , feblS-deodly . . r ; FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. T WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP X ERTfin the eity of Columbus, a farm of 160 aores of land near Ottawa, tha county seat of Put nam county, Ohio, and will pay tb difference, if eross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty acree cleared, it is very non una, ana wen tim bered with walnnt. ash. sneer-tree and spice boson. : A good bargain will be given. . . . . twt . . t rv T TIT U I , - ' Offioe, corner of High and Broad streats. mar3-wtf T. 3sr. jvtxxjT .nxi. c& 7.. "J (Sncocssors to J. Schneider A Go.) RgCTiriKSS AND Wholbbalb Dxilkxs lit Foreign & Domestic '.Liquors, -. ',. " NATIVE AND FOREIGN WINES.. CHOICE OLD BOURBON : AND RYE WHISKIES' "' ay Nos. 32, 3 and 38 West Broad St.;- ' ' ;j i-oetlS-dly 1 wef f-t:--.i--r COLJXXSVB', O, tiIMIK AGENTS WANTED sns np ri WILLIAM SMITH'S DICTTONARV ni? THB HIBLK Written by 70 of the most disting- Ulanea litiuc. ta Dwrupvauu auioiic - iiiasirat ed with over 126 8eel and Wood Engravings In one large Octavo volome. Price $3.50.- Tb. nwr. EDITION PFBLIBHBD IN ABKBIOl, CONDBN8BB BT 1b Smith's own hand. We em ley bo General Agents, and offer extra inducements to Agents dealing with us. Sand for descriptive qiiculars and see onr terms. , . ,. ii.o, sukksuv, Bicnii-ait PubUtheri, Hartford, Ct. !'.. I ' I"" LI -h MISCELLANEOUS. SPOOL COTTON I t --.-:( TO THE TRADE ' Hill I; ihn . f WE HAVE HADE ARRANnEltlENTS ' to keep FULL ASSORTMENT of ' If.- c'.". i WHITE, BLACK AKD COIXR8 ".:-; , ' - OF THE .' GENUINE IMPORTED SIX-CORP SOFT;:; FINISH" SPOOL CCON; :-, :. : FOR , :.;.- --:..:; . ; r MACHINE OR HAND USE. fcj -.j. , ,1 ' , ' - BLSJroraCTTJBBn BT-i' ' V:,' i- i : ' "i "i: i ,.i;;.. , :i.'J JOIIIV CLARK CO., -Jijr.iii'.-i1,: ,.-(;; :,, f '.- r - ..,-ij.., Mile End, GlaBgo-ir, Scotland. ' .'. .: ..'(:(.; ;' :u.iv;'!:, , . :. ' . , -t ,. t - . .... This IS th first Soool Cnttnn Icnnwii tn tli. 1 m.- ican perple. It has been used by the Ladies . o New York and laree Eastern eitijui ilmiut .taIii. s vely for the last fifty years. It is very sopariorin luiuii-sus' ivub tai9T- -j r: :. M; i-i--: -ta CLARK'S SPOOL COTTON, And sea that it. is -wound on Block Spools, and bears the name nf THOMAS RUSSKT.. anmuisanr to William Whitwright, Sol Agent, . i . ' WWe take greatpleasur. in recom mending; thia thread to onr Cnitom- ers and the Trade throasrhoat the State. .- ' - - 'I ' ' . -t f t" .; . - ...;.!, :-t O-m ; liARRIS,;;CARPEIERr WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 'I Notions and Fancy Goods, 101, 105, 107 4c 109 East Town St., ' moh5-dod4w. V X COLVJAIBTja, OHIO. - COLUMBUS seed;; STORE. ST. CLaIR & SCOTT, - AVCorner pf High and Friend Streets.'' - " i , . - A foil assortment of ' FBESH AND GNUDTE , . Garden Seeds and1 Flower Seeds. From the well known Seed Growers. D.LANDRETH A SON PHILADELPHIA, PA .ir ... Constantly on hand.1 i "., OUR ;STOCK OF . , ' . GARDEN SEEDS Embraces all the well known (and approved varia. . nee nsea tor marset ana Amateur iaraeuers, m- ciuaing tne earliest varieties ot most sorts in cul tivation. The - ' : FLOWER SEED DEP4 RTTOEOTT Includes man v of the best seleetfona of Cllmnent. tseaaing rtsnts. ana Border lowers Known to Amateur 1 lorisu. A stock of , OSAGE ORASGE SEED, " Clover, Timothy. Kentucky Blue Grass, and Gar- man w mie uiover. constantly on band. Orders for i.. . i ;t GBAPE VINE. Evergreens, Trees and Shrobbery, earefally and prompuy niieo. , . Befkrkncks Any business man in Columbus. ' ri" Grane Vines, all kinds of Hhrnbberrv ami Seeds, sent by mail or express tn sny pa-t of the state. - . n: - ,,ol. CLiAltt.A SCO IX. maiS-dAw2m-N , FARMS FOR SALE, A 8 I WISH TO CHANGE in V BCSI- J nesa. I will sell mv-several farma sitnatad in Jefferson township. Franklin county, Ohio, tine rarm, situatea on toe toiamDus awranvuieroaa. lou miles from Columbus and la miles from Black Lick Station, e -mamma 130 acres, a good two star. frame boa&e with six rooms, a ood bank barn with good spring in barn-yard, a youog orchard of iou cnoiceirnit trees. ' - - One farm ef 80 acres at Black Lick Station; a good frame bouse with ter -oms, two barns, sheep sbeds and other out-built. &C - and two orchards of grattea trait. - , . 1 . . -- . 1 T . 1 uiioiariuui oa acies. one nail mile rrom xsiaca ljiok otalion; a good Tram nous, barn and or chard. One farm ot about 70 acres, at Black Lick Sta tion, with a good frame house with four rooms. . One farm of 40 aorej of choioe land, with iVfl cabin, tnree-lourtbs of auiile f rora Blaok LiokSta 1 will sell one or all of said " farms on reasonable terms. .,, , ., ... .. , it; cOMfiON. mcbT-dlw FAiCr DYEING I li- ' i-l'.-)t ii. .if iloti'' ".; ''i'.u.' ' '- THE UNDERSIGNED IVJOST RE. aceotfollv infnrma the ''nubile of Colnmbns and vi-iaity that be bus now completed his fixtures and apparatus at No. 18 East Rioh street, two door East of the Eagle Drug Stor. and is full? prepar ed to Dye any staffs or goods in the nicest and most durable manner, soon as silks. Crape shawls, Damaek, heavy Window Uurtiins, Ladies' Drtsses, Ribbons. Woolen Shawls. Gentlemen's ClnthM. Coats and Pantaloons, and any ether goods. ; Also. ureases or lotnea ar cleaned ot any scaina and renovated. Having been .raploved for four and a half veers as Foreman in the Dyeing department at the Woot- . I . r . . . i li . u cwwrj ui iuib cibj, x i-ru.ii w vo luiiy aoi. sag eompetent to satlnly au reasonable demand. m natrona ana customers mav mane unon me. aea tberefere, would most rep?etf oily ask- th public for a goodly share of their patronage. , -1 My prices are low as possible, and all orders will ana prompt ana speeax aixsnaanee. . j NoilS East Rich street. Second door East of tha i .1 Ai im niunAP.li. oagi. urug store.. j: .....i, , .-i.;.tI ..;: : ;y Sheritlfs Sale,' J1" ; William V. Ide -'' .1 ,!,, . vs. I' - Court OT Conrmon Plea of rrank- t . u. LiiarK. i. , . iin eoonty. . . . ' T Y VIRTUE or A VEND! EX!CTJ- J tion to me directed from said court in t ho abovo stated case, 1 will offer for sale atpublio auction, at tne store room ot liiarg s niswauaerr-no. uicorui b lea street, Colambos, Ohio, onvr-i i - !) Thursday, the 26ih day of March, A. D. at 10 o'clock A. M , and continue from day to day until sold, the et.tire interest of every set of tbe said defendant, F. D. Clark, in the purtnership ex isting between the said P. D. Clark and Charles W Mswanoer, onaer tne name ana urm oi mare a Niswander, beins tbe three ondividod fourth parth t.herenf. Annsistin. of a larsre-and valoabte stock of Cloths, Uissimeres ana v eitings, ooia toreigo ana ilnmenrln.A nd of the most suoerb and durable charac- er, together with an extensive stock of Men and Coil drens' Ready-Msde Clothing and a foil and com- filete stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods; also two arge show cases and store figures of various kinds; also, the unexpired term of a certain lease execoted btT. w. Uaroeoter ana otner to tne vaia r. 11. Clark Alaroh 6th, 1866. and recorded in lease records No. one (1). pages 83 and M of the record of said county ' .,. ..i, : -j j i iiarcn inin, wm- GEORGE H. EARHART, Sheriff, , C. N. OtJM. Attorney. , ,; . ., ... .i maris r lul"' l- " f-av. j ta- PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAOK K Coi'R8B or LscTTIHig, as delivered at the New lorK Jooseom el Anatomv. enibraein. the nh jeeta: How to live and what to live tor; Tooth maturity ana uia Age; Manhood general y review ed i Theeaus of indigestion, flatolenee and Ner vous aiseases accounted tor ; Marriage p.iiosopn- Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be rorwaraed to parties unable to attend, on reeeintoi four atomn. k. mjiAwinr KtCCKKTAHl-. NlW Yom Musbum of Akatomt akd Scibwjb. sis liROADWAT-. BW YOBI. ' lOBHSUy hiswss iau .v.ww - T) in IT a ViiQ MAf.K'ln. nnuill, vunrt ......... .H.'.. v .arni r w- known as Old ioc's Garden, haying beer purchased b O.P. Tong.of Chio go, aiitnesnroDnery. trei, t.niK An., are offered for sale, either-in lara-e er small quantities, at reasonable pr oes. a lso. some of the best and cheapest lots in the ci y, north of the depot, near High and Summit streets. Also, a fine carriage, boggy, express wsgon and harness will be traded for. Inquire at Old Joe's Garden, or at Rose Cottage, .on High street, north of depot. jToAw tti l i i.ii u l., ev.iuA 'i'l-l lli-ijlll! i: .. li il-.JJ ft . rr-PRINTING. i -PHinTind-: a m . l vr -T -r'.i THB LAHOEST AND WOST :' COM .:r.;; -MJEXK.'. ..'"'. J .v.- ...... r- : .,--M - ; : ,V : ESTABaVISIIMEITT . . ."V?rV,,,;!, 1 "'.It lit .Vftlf IN GE NTRAL-i OHIO. t , .fTATg :-A ,31TS SSiii '""" .TJJJ-ii iff j-HMT . , - .hl.; ii. ' : fte" rr i - ' "' in fit srn 3 tt.tJUtr . ... -.-I .. . . PBOFBiKrOXUi. ).--M'r:(v,y v. -X ui !.; 0.,r.r .:-."..- ;:--:: m U r! '-"-i - -f;-f v -y.,.: Nos. 36, 33 & 40 North Eigh SV, ru i oi;' rti'f-lK.iK v s.Njk .T.INIj r X - COLUMBUS OHIO" "-" :! J -s s xw . " The atteauoa of th Bovine Publie is eaned U the saperior facilities of this Establishment. 1 Wehav inoonstantms ' OJ -'i '"' t Eleven Steam Powers Presses i 3.-'. A : t .cs"7 b:m r.Wtt'J . j-p.-.U best;, and cutest ,1, kinds; "-m r-.?irn ;;.r7 -j.. j.,. .:.... And our ability to gat eat work proapfly is . "J surpassed in the West.- We hav lately 1 " made additions to our already i,i .jj X.ARGE TaEIEI ' l "'"' : J i .f'-.tv.- y 3y.i-it.ii ,.j f,,.,.. j.. .t T F HI N T I ITG : TY FE St' ni!"r" ' !"- r-o'ir-ti;;.n. -.u-.vY.'.VA J:nT - " "-'-- ,:'- - - .. , And wa feel confident to satisfy all who may give us a call. . Our large fonts of type enable us ' -' to do all kinds of -'(iii';i ::.h c"'!-' .- Vhi ,- ft! fjtmanO ,-J BOOK - j - jPRlXT:Ii V ttaii:3-.:a --rr-ffii.i j, t.t l'A ,rl-i!i;iv iy Vit - ; !-..- ("-.ir-.v.nr, ....r.;I In tha most prompt and excellent manner, and wa ,. call the attention of those wan ting anything ' in this line to th'' ly--t tnii 3t i:-'- i fiv.j lo ii-Mi-y, f; '..v.:i IILJEGaWx? SPECTJIEN8 ' - ' i .. -. ,M.-jlrti! lo ,.il r.- , v - . .. ..ri i.r-..iv;j-j f. ' That w have xouted in th past year. .' : -i-i iii . l i.f,i7 tt, f-u-n uriu::: itx ?--'- -'!- ; li.,: ,i JOB PEDsTING I l-3-;:. I -'--i.',:;,.ji l,.;i--,, oiU i ' .Th reputation of this House for fin Job Printing . ' well knows to tha business community. .. . ' Employing, as we do, none but th ! :ii '''i'i - ei:; 1S lijTUtjHti,, Best of Workmen; And having a fnB assortment of th -, - -! ' io in ii'-H. ;..i.i LATEST and CHOICEST .tr. fi n. f-ijr -;; jftt-.-.w STYLES OF TYPE, J -- ..).-.i.-i.4.i ,u in .:. .i - ---.- - t -.. - - . .. Wo will guarantee the utmost satisfaction. V "v-st : J -i' i:ni avi-.rj V u : ,:I aLIi KINDS OF -. i.ivri Mercantile, " rl h-"-'i "vi-' Railroad,-10 .'-?im -.-rr r,;'' '' ':'! Bahk:'and V'?'' ' , I--.:-. ' Hii v:-:,,;,;; Commercial t,.;i ; ... - ; n-, io ' -) Printing, ." "n.-.I f'.t OiB 'Bill Heads, i; w Cards, tru-nu-u !..4 kiiiAiitu ..i.. A .'.; 1- ir..; -iri." rf 1 Circulars, - Letter Heads - Blanks ofau kinds.-i Checks, i y, iirailS, ,.1 r tVC-, (Bi.ln:,rl r.J . :i..-fijHcsiod to - 5)c'u-.l EVERY KIIVD M JOS PlftTIKG iinij t-,i- -nlj ciiii it-ifim . jvij. -i .jn'i s.-iijiiol V.f .! !Vt., :aetod:l(r vA jbjliMa WMIt,, lu ui! i!. u.jol 7'ti't i.-ii Mitow 7. 'rii a "' . We also keep'onana a larger' stock of 1T Than any other Printing Hods in the eifri ineh a . ' ... i ----l-r.ii i,:.i ' Ui.ii iiJIij... A "per lA41TUt:WeavMgaKS IIO ; Demy, ' '''"WatCaiV :i ..j r.:-tl ot' l-.'uo!'.-- i;: .,i li. ,,.4i. mot&--i JaPaipex3 k)Ri:r :!! .irii'i . t j u - ' t-.,r,f I -Of the bast qualities, and, purchasing them as wa ! '" ' enabled to doeur work at corrMrn4Vi- -il -n:J : ingly lowatesi Wo ar Sobs 'o hmS Agent for tha jIa jhi ,t;u PL4TNER o5 PORTER. ' ,- t i .Am,: . -j u.Q .j..;;K ,p., !! li' '! lt-... i l .!.-,! ..... -. .-f BLAJSIv BOOKS. . u i. T ".inn- i.-i-i.-, i.;, - .,,.;,....-. , W particularly call attention to th Blank Book , manufactured by us. We are prepared to ' ''"'I." ' ' 811 an order, fog ;:'":'"1,(f"11. !! f - ii :i: ciu.-r..i.,ja ..--.! ici.-ii v th rtWMK4g.!'! ri 1 -",J ' "'3't !iJ -,, ) ,,'J 3300U-, til --! ' ,ii- .-,' -t ;j-rf- - if ;.:; in -liii.' i , And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. , These 1 Books are all don in th best stybi of paper, rul ing and binding, and we ohalleng eompethioir in ' this lin. 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