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OFFICIAL* ORGAN 1 s. COVEKNMENT.
Official Organ of flu; Georgia
STA TE CONVENTION.
In pursuance with .'i Resolution
n.'ciitly mlfijitcl l»y tin u Executive
ComniWe, f t/o ; t nion lic/ntbliceiu
Party in (ie.uryi.iif tlitre will lit a
Stall Ma ('anocnlion lil'l<l in tlie
City of Atlanta, oil the 'fourth day
of July” next liy the friends and nup
purters oi the National Union Repub
The friends and supporters of that
party throughout the entire State,
without regard to color or former ebu
llition, are cordially solicited and ex
pected to have their counties represen
A platform of principle!! will he
adopted upop which to conduct the
uppr'iuchiuo political campaign. It will
not he the "‘white man h Convention”
nor the “colon and man’s Convention,”
Ini! that of the friends of “universal
education, eipial j list ice, and the politi
cal rights of all.”
Several distinguished Statesmen
ii'oiii dill’erent portions of the Union
have consented to he present and nd
dri - the Convention. All the friends
of tin movement are invited to attend.
Wm. Maukiiam, Chairman,
ill m:v U. Kakiiow, Secretary
ot the Kxeeutivc Committee of the
I'nion Hepuhlican I’arty of Georgia.
Vn. v.vi a, G.v., .May 20, 1807.
Ail impcis in tiic Hlutf friendly to the
itltcvc call tire roquested to puhlisli it.
Si.nrnoc- imi Kai.sk.— In the c.i»c ot the
n. am in,in who was -hot unit killuil Thtirsdiiy
111 ;1 1 1, liy tin Wiilcliimiil on tin' premiums el Mr.
K i "gam, Kupeiiutendent ot the Fuctory,
'vliils in tin’ act, (if stealing, ttic testimony tie
fie-u the Koruner'ii Jury, resulted in a veritict
oi .iu-tiththU' hiuutciite. In tlie very fnen of
i hi:, veriliet, Tlie 1 .<iy.il (ieorgitin of yestrriltiy
; " it ivety si at.* t lii*t tbe fi redmau was-hot liy
. I .ally of while men while out serenading
t in- -ame. paper, nhiring in the murder (if the
l.it - Mr .toiin W. Price by a burnt of armed ne
gnu- , “rents to justify this cold-blooded assas
--illation as »n offset to the alleged murder of »
I reeiliuan last year by some white men hi Co
lumbia county It is a matter of serious regret
Hint a paper which lias it ill its power to do
good, slimild wilfully lend it soli to such a per
\ r-inn of facta in publishing inflammatory aud
ili. toi led appeal:- to the prejudices and passions
. : tie freed men. Its utterances for some time
pud are calculated to im ite the frecdinen to
c cds of violence, by inculcating A etrurian and
.-editions teachings We are in favor of tlie
fullest protection to the persons and property
ot all dieses and conditions at men ; but we
respectfully submit that the teachings of cer
tain white men in our midst is not intended to
promote peace and harmony between the two
races.” — Vhreuarh: it Sentinel.
Knr n long time, out city papers,
with peculiar dignity, iliil not iloignlo
notice us ; hut, ut length, they could
keep silence no longer ; and, then, they
hut their dignity. Whenever they
speak of ns, if is in the most undigni
fied manner. They appear to keep still
;ts long ns possible, then lose their tem
pi'! 'tiid make fools of themselves.
Our “ umhle” advice to them is to
kevp cool during this hot weather. It
tnakes'no elill't rettee to ns whether the*
do nr do not notice us ; anil the
idea “I “ firing the Southern heart”
against us is “ done playedout.” They
know that we shall say just what we
please to say, and just when we please
to say it.
We were informed, upon what we
■ *mindcred good authority, that a gang
of men with music, clubs, and other
weapons, were seen to pass near the
place where the colored man was kill
ed, lmt a short time before he was kill
ed , and we said : “ It is bettered that
■etue of this gang committed the mttr
ier. ’ This was written before the
verdict of the Coroner's Jury was
known to us.
We have no desire to misrepresent
tacts in any ease ; and we never do j
- intentionally. We are ready and :
w tiling, ye-, glad to correct any error I
tiiat may find its way into our pap, .
W( wish till < 'hrvtiicle and S, at in, /
would *lu the same.
Thai paper has published absolute
falsi hoods concerning its and ret used
to publish our denial
The Chronicle nod Sentinel man
know s that our article in regard to the
murder of Joint W. Price does not
“justify this cold-blooded assassina
tion." We eharaeteri/i'd it a “allot
riblo affairbut ttv called the ntten
tion of our readers to the tact that a
year ago Harry Thomas, a colored emu
of property, w as murdered by a gang i
of white mi'll, ne.Mi tic same pi.u , and
that they escaped punishment
It is a fact that in nearly every in
i stance, where while men have been
murdered by colored men, tin- in n
dcrers have been convicted, and pun
ished. That is right. We are triad
of it. We hope that the men who
murdered Price may he discovered,
and punished. In no instance, when
colored, men have been murdered by
white men, have the murderers been
convicted or punished by the civil
authorities. Indeed they are hut sel
dom arrested. More than fifty colored
men have been murdered in this State
by white men, where one white man
has been murdered by colored men.
In the former eases the guilty parties
are never punished; in the latter
always. In many 'Maes the white
murderers of colored men are known;
but no attempt is made by the civil
authorities to arrest them. Tin*
thin,/ minet Atop. We hold the Rebel
party responsible, because they have
been in power, since the war closed ;
and we give the. leaders oi that party
fair yearning that the Republican party
will soon have eontiol ot this State;
and, then, justice will be given to ail.
White murderers will then he punished
as w ell a* black ones.
Tile uttciaiices ot tin- paper were
never ealculaltd to “incite the In ed
men to deed of violence
We have lived in tHi- city more
than two years; the paper ha- been
published fifteen months; and it is
well known lhat in no city in the
South i- then a heller P hie; existing
between the in*, racer than in this
Thei'c has not been duriie; tl.it litn*
the least approach to a riot. W<
assert; and we challenge any citizen
to bring proof to the contrary, that
our advice to the frecdinen, both pub
lic and private, lias always been e.aleu
lilted to bring about friendly feeling
between the two races. The *-.J*e.d
people in the South have Tinned
nobly since they were emancipated;
and every lair minded Southern man
acknowledges it. They lime ecu
their friends robbed, murdered, and in
every way maltreated ; lmt they have
not retaliated. If they commit crimes,
they are punished. If crimes are
committed against them the criminals,
if Rebels, escape, unless the military
authorities interfere. Bcenusi we
bring these facts to the attention ol
the public, y\e are charged with pub
lishing “inflammatory and distorted
appeals.” We advise the colored
people not to take the law into their
own hands in any instance We tell
them that it is better to sillier wrong
than to do wrong; hut we publish the
facts to let tlie good people ol Geor
gia and the whole country know what
devilish crimes are committed in this
State with impunity.
We believe that a large majority of
the citizens of Georgia deplore the
existing state of affairs, and are op
posed to the Rebel party We intend
to hold up the crimes of that party to
the gaze oI the people of this State;
for, although our paper has been t ailed
a “nigger" paper, w hin Rebels are,
and have been, glad to read it. Henry
W ard Beet'licr once said that Southern 1
men who come to hear him preach
went away cursing him, but come
again; so men who curse our paper
are sure to get a chance to read the
next issue. •
We believe that the Rebel leaders
will yet cry for the mountains and the
hills to fall upon them, and hide them j
from an outraged people, not colored I
people alone but while people.
LAWS OFTiIK IN ITEM STATIN
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t’ll AISTKK 11. XV
-1/1 Art mo.Huy a l7 emu „f in ait, at,
StctMn.i I" it in . , o ~
Krtrndon t!„ Inn, V nuai . 1i.ii1.% ni,
fratn l‘il-,t hi ah. . th, st„t .<• ]f,.„
irtUtta.i, .1 *
/;. it ■ hi the > ", t II .. ,
il.pt. ■ I «Mi '' aft,', I Cult,,l Stale. f.u„
it, Oat'll, »* -s., ..-hi,,/. That theft- in*, ami I
is hereby, granted hi the Stale ut Mi.-euiri. 1
fur the jmiposcof aiding in tin .-oustin'- timt '
ami extension ot the Iron Mount tin
front its present terminus at Pilot Knob h* a i
1* ant on tin southern heuailary line of the*
State of Missouri, every alternate set tic. I
hold designated *>y 'slil number**. Id ten-n
tion ui widthon each side of saM rnml, but in j
ease i ! shall appar when tln mute of said road j
in definitely fixed that the United State- have •
sold any !- tions or parts thereof. granted a? '
aforesaid, or that the light of pre-emtion j
has attached to the same, then it dall tie
law ful for any agent or agents to be appoin
ted be the Governor of suiil Statu to seieet.
suliw--! to tii- approval of the Secretary of
tie Interior, from the lands of the United
States nea ri t to tlie 'iers of sect ions alsivt
sjs- died so much land in section- or parts of
sections, to be • * leeted as aforesaid, a- -hall
he eij’iai to such lands a- thy United States
S have sold or otherwise .ippropriated or to
i which the rights of pre-emption lyive at
: laeli* i wiiieh kinds thus selectedshall hr held
i.y the State of Missouri for the tt-tr nnd pur
l>/'s/ i.foresaid, and for none other: I'nri, ltd,
I’li.it the lands so loiatled shall lie within the
fronton lend district as now established
and not more than twenty miles from the
line of lid road Atul pr,touted, further,
That ail mineral lands except those con
taining ena: and iron, and any lands hereto
fore reserved to the United State- liy any act
ofCougn -- or in any other manner by romp!
tun* authority for tie pitqiose of aiding in
any object of internal hnpniveuient. or for
any other purpose whatever, he. am! Hie
•ame are, reserved to the United State- from
the operation of this act, except so far a-it
tuny tie found neee.x.-aiy to locate the routes
of said railroail through the satin!, in whiih
case the right of way only shall lie granted,
subject to Hie approval of the President ot
liie United State-.
Sue. 2 Anti he it furtlnr erntrtnl. Uii.it
there he. and i- hereby, granted hi the Slate
ot Arkansas, for the purpose of aiding in the
conslntelion and e.vten.-ion of a :abroad
from the joint where the Iron Mountain
railroad intersect* the south'i'll 1 *• sir*; iry
line of Mi .sotiri, by the nearest and mo
praeiiea’ole rout/. to a jioiiit at or neat Hie
town itl Helena, oil the Mi -i-.sippi river,
every alteniat* section of land, tlcsigiinled
by odd numtH is. for ten sections in width on
each side ~f .-aidroad; but in ease it dial!
appear, whim the line of -aid road i- definitely
fixed, that the United States have soli! any
sections oi parts thereof, granted a:- a fore
aid. or that the right of pre-emption hat
att.'ii lied to the same, then it shall no lawful
foi iuiy agent ot agents to he apjaiinled by
the (jovet tor of -aid State, to w-ieet, -nlijeet
to the upprey alof the Secretary of the in
tenor, from the lauds of the United State*
neai'iW to tie tiers of sections above speci
fied so much land, in alternate se. ttons,
de-igtiated as aforesaid, us shall lie eijtnd to
sni.li land-,i t tin l nite<l States have -old or
otherwise' appropriated, or to which the
rights of jire emption have attached, which
land!) thus selected shall t«' held by the
State of Arkansas for the tuse and muposea
uforesaid, uid for none other: Prettidcti,
Timt the land so .selected and located shall in
i..l>v f i-lhct than twenty miles from
tin line of jy/ad when the -ante shall tie lo
cally!: .!//(/ jiraritl,:,/ furl/nr, Tltat all
| mineral lands, except tlio— eontaining coal
• and iron, and any laud.- lit retofore reserved
i to the Unite ! Mutes by any act of Congress,
; or in any otiier manner by competent au
thority, i'of the j/urjiose of aiding in any oh
S J”< 1 of internal improvement, m for any
i otbc* pur|»ise whatever, lx*, tied the sum.
j arc, reserved I" the United stale- from the
! ojN-ratlon -f this act, except */ far a? it tnay
i tie found nee* ssary to loi ate the route- of
paid railwav throngli tin ,«:tme, in which
case the ri_Lt of way only -hail lie granted,
sul'C/'tlo ''it approval et the President of
tin United Slates
Sr:.', ft. .I'd in : fart', i ■■ r-i. That
tlie sections an*l pnrt- of -ctim ot land
will*, ir shall icinuin to tin Uniicd States
w itldn ten miles on either suit of said road,
mn! the even sci tions and part.- **f sections
i irirspotiiliiv, to the odd lei u 1 within
"verity tulles of the same, aitull not l*c. told
for !<ss-than dotthie tin minimtun ptiecof
the ptllilic -cuds when >old, not -'hall any "t
'lk-said hdids hceiMtii's'dijei- to j*i'ivn‘ecn
try itntil the same shall have I Kell first
010 ivdat puhiii sale to tie iiiyie-.i bhii!/ r at
ot above in niuimtMui price as 'derC-aid.
i'nn uleti. That actual bona fide etHet• un
it* i tin- pre-emption iaws ot tla- United
Stab may, lifter Hi* juoof of scttklncut,
iniprovemeut ami oectijintion, a- now pro
viiled by Iw, purchase the same at tin in
creased minimum prill, Aral /: /('<//'. "fe//,
I'hut settlers under the provt-:**n« of the
homestead law, who comp!;, with the tnrm
and reqititi incuts of (hit. j.-aiilj net. shall be
entitled to patents for an amount noi r\
eeeding eighty tte.res em it, anything in this
a■! to the contrary notwithstanding
rise. I .led '■/ it further niuctai. That
tlie-aid railroads > hail be and remain, pith
lie highways, -*• la- is the .-aliw may hr con
stmned .under this act, for tin a-e of the
government ot the United States, free of all
toil or tillu i liarges ujwn tlie Tansporl oa.n
•*f any property or troops of tiro United
Stated, and at tin eo-t- in all rrspeti- of
said mihoad comjiaiues; and the 1 said r*«ids
an- i.erebv required to be constructed within
llu term of five years from and after tlie fi. t
•lay of July, urtno Domini eighteen hr.ivi;,.!
and sixty six
St-.v. 5. .1 /■ >•' !„■ it further auirtnl. That
the land- loreby granted to said Stab’s of
Mi'-ouri atal Arkansas shall hi disposed of
l y said States for the purposes aforesaid on
ly, and in manner following, namely:
Whenevet the governor of either "t -aid
States shall certify to the Secretary nf the
Interior than any sect ion of ten eon-eeutive
miles of * doer ot said roads is comnh-tfd in
n giKid, sul'stantial. and w<irktnanlute matt
tier, as a lust-class railroad, and the siud
Secretary -hall be -ati-tied that saal State
has. complit and in good faith w ith this requlrc
tneiit. the dd Se. n-tary *>t tlie Interim ,|„dl
issue to Hu slid State patent- l'.*r all tin*
land- granted and selei.ted as af /res;iid. not
i receding te sections )>cr mile, sitnnttxi "p
jHwile to and w ithin a limit of twenty miles
of the line of said suction of road thus cm
plrtcd, ex.emUng along tin w hole length nf
said completed station of ten mile- of road,
and no further And when tin governor of
-aid Slate siiall certify to the Sexveury of
the Interior, and the Serretan -hall la ati
liol that jut**ther seeiiott of’ -aid road, ten
consecutive mill s hi extent, connecting with
the preceding section or with some other first,
class railroad which may lie at the time in
successful operation, is completed as store
-aid, the -aid Secretary of the Interior hall
issue to tip' said State jiatonts for all (ho lands
granted and situated npjtostto to and w ithin
the limits of twenty miles of the line of said
coinp'etcd -eetion ot -aid road or toads, ami
extending the length of said section, ami no
further, and not exceeding terr sections of
land per mile for all that jatrt of said road
thus completed under the provißkms of this
aU and tier act to whiehthisis an auiemhueiu,
and -o, from time I<i time, until raid roud-
1 and brain iu- are *'om|deled And when the
: governor of .rani State shall so certify, ami !
j the Secretary of the Interior sltal! !*e satis
i livtl that ihowholeof tuty one .of said totuls
•Hid bmneln- is eomplebuin a gixaj. suti
-umtial, and workmanlike manner, asa first
> cjnss railroad, tii. said St. atari *.t the In
terior shall issue t" the 'arid state ;
paten!* lo pj tie remaining lands
granted for-and *>n aexount of -ai l com 1
i*l*'tei! road m.d br.ineiies in this act, -una- '
Hal within the saiti limits of twaaitv '
, niia- t tom tile urn thereof, throughout tie* -
! entire length . --si*i toad and brat. li. -:
i'l ii-ied. i'h- * • !:md shall be granted or
| ■■ *u veyed u -a- 1 Sia*: imti<T the pr o-isr '/-
i of-ha act -a, aeeoitnt and ;lu •*fist: i*c'tior, of ■
I any nsilrosio : pm tla tvof that has Non
. an intend umt* a tiie pi'-e-tiu - . i an ve* )i*a
gi't at the date of the pa -aye of this act. and
."ti'ptixl a.- a pnrt of He iin, of utibuod jiro-
V tiled for in this mt .!...•
nothing herein v-Miamcd shall inl.a-fere -.villi
any existing rights acquired urai*" any k" |
ot * Congo's* itei* totore enaotial making ,
f/ranH of iand to tie- -aid rital sot Missouri j
and Alkanscs to aid in the cor.sfi ietwn of j
j railroads: A,/d' provided further. That siroufd
,-ud State* nr either of tliei.i t til toe* il’.pj*
j the roads herein recited within tin tinie
; prt-M.iibtai liy tins act, then the iami< tm
I di-p'ised of as afore-ai*l. within ’he Mir*-
; -/> tailing siiaii r* vert to Hie United S.. er
Se**. t'c Ani Uit furtlnr ~aUfil, Tii.
50..!! as tlie governor of either of fi t
States shall me * ' cause t;i V filed
with the .Seeretaty of the interior umj
designaUnv the rout* - *t -ai*l loads !. :* in
mentioned, tie at! .‘null !*.' tin *l**t. of the
j Secretary of tile Interior ' w "ti haw it**::*
market the land* i*nil>tiu.rd within Hn jtr**-
• visions ot this n< t
I St:. 7. A, ■! In il/ trt/.e ted That
; nothing tonbiilted in a- ' hull '* mad a-,
j vesting in the State of Arkansas ti*k totin'
lands In-rein recite*! for ti"- Hus! ; *tr| >• *-*
j aforesaid, or ai'Uioriziti;:, •i*lS .i • 1., mate
j any disposition of the same, un'!! ant S*a'.-
j shall t/e r* stored in ail ti-sj*-* * t*» .' ; t**nn a
j relation to the national gov rumen! and b
j reprtsettled iu the Contrns- "f 'b* ! nit*-1
j AITBOVKii. .fitly t, tM*;.
j- Gen. Grunt is loudly t..aik<*i **: lor
j lit*'next Presidency. Tire extremists
| condemn him ljut tio totm is imne
I likely to suefe* *1 \tiit* lolinson
' thriii U. s. Grant. We .-at* snrelv rely
J iijxin Grant'* tut dim - - in what he
att-nipts, u** mats * t hotv deficient ho
may he in other (jualilientiors- He
Woiilil probably (till tin Test -tai*--
m.'iiiship to hi* council. It i- j*. • *i..ilrlx
early t*-> rtntieipati' the inmiiig* man.
but as we survey the picture 'gallery
his leature* heat a r*--i nib!" i"
; G*'ii. Grant. Atlanta Era
The Board *.f Kegistcrslortlic l*'c S, *:;•*•
District will meet in Richmond County .*: tin
tollowing precincts, at the time apeeifie-.t, and
for the period heiein given, fur Hie purp— a
regish ring ualitkil voters under the lute law**
of Congress known as th- Rea onetruction Act
June 18th and l'df li, Tile-day and Wednesday—
Corner of Bounddry St. u**l Del ngl*'- Avon*'
June 20th and 21st, Thu.. and Frida.i
t ar the I Tnirth on Buret Lot, ri.md Hills.
June 24th .in*l .'atli— Vt It* IA ir
June 36tlr—At Poor Hou*
June S7th—At Klcluuond i tori
June 2stU and 29th—At rim- Iltll.
July Ist and 24—At Mtß. an.
July 3d an ! nit—At Tart* *
July sth—tv nj I’ulmer’s
TIIOB. ri riKINNK.It,
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Board *4 U*a;i.-ter 1.. r Hu l-H. Di-t
j August *, (*. June if!, !**~ and a
A NUMBER UK (.UOUWOOD e ii-.l’l'Klts
« :m lilltl uly ' DljDi.A'ln* Hi, uud JLT*» •*! ; ’
unlliiigoit .lAiX>i> K DAVES.
THE INDEKSP'N’ED UECEIYLI)
khc qmohili'uiit di INITKD ST A'l EH COM
MISSIONKK for ihe Howth«Tii Di?trit iof li.--.-i
! "otliec i»t -Nimu.-f.*.
JAOOH K. DAVIS
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BRYANT k RICHARDSON,
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vrjc. i r.v. aa.
Office, r FJJLiUHt MontununY ST’ t - c
i: F•* in K>v R » i
; lion L. M. Mot rill. M C ’Atishit._-.ui. It : .
Hon Hidncv Pulumt, M. C. WmliLi m«ui D c
, lion T. .c h\y,‘:i, Hull•’<•, N V.
F.flk;':: rK* 11 Li; .it, Kn!.. N York*
(U'n. (ieo F Shuplv porfl.tiwl, Me
■ Hon. JtjM i.a How .nl,
('«»!. Albert t« Hr iu. *f; I?o»*ton M.
j •* S Sbulti, Tit -‘l i’ftrfi v»; Health, V n Vc-K
liiiow Till IFestiiiv.
M' ADA ME ¥. f THORNTON, tin r rat
English .V-lrultgl-t, Clairvoyant ami l*-y.
: i'li* mcfriiaati. ivti.rli.i- .i-t'>iuahed th* ;t:
*!i—saf lit* *'hi Wii] 14, lr-s now ;.. /.. i : , i j,vi
- 1 ’■ * *t Hud la: N V M ui.MiK* Th : ntiui ]***
: sc.-es swli vo uier iil powura at **•*mid -igiit,
- I * enable tea n. impa r knowli de* .*! tin
gn .nest intju.i tanr. * the single o. in.:-ried <>t
! either sex While in a -tutu of tram *\ -hr d< -
linu.tti's tla v' i v t* uu;v. of tt.c pe. - ... . : -,
! to marry, aud »*y tin aid **i an in-triihieni of
j fhtense power, known the P*T<'li>'U:olmpi ,
guaranti . - t.> jitndu.ie .t ;;u-like jr. ; ui. ,f
tupui lm-tuiud o ivite of the appli.-u:i. 10.
gether with date ot r.i...riage, poenh*. h lit*,
leading trait- **! * luiraet. r, Ac. Tin- i- mi
lmmhug, a- thousand* ot i* ,-timoii’.*;- . an ,h
---oi l. She will send, wiien desired a . a'titivole,
or write a guarani* v, timt Hie picture i- what it
purports mI a. By eneki-ing a Bimil! look ot
hair, and -taring plaee of birth, age, disposiikm,
and i'omplexioii, and i nviosiug (tin vents and
stampep envelope, addressed to yourself, von
will receive the picture and desir.il informa
tion by return mail
AH eommuni* ation- sacredly confident;.:!.
Ad4re-.-. in oonfidtaiee
MADAME K V. THORNTON
tpfi-ly P. O. Box 238, Hudson, N V
J.»** To ta)NriUMl".l\E&—Tl.
hnving tie* l, restored to health in a f- . ", , ; v . i
| hv a very siinplr remedy, after having
rsl yiars with a si-veri lung »t! ■ nm. ami
that dread *li .a i //i'-umj'Uoa, is . u.
maku known in- t/ttovv-sufferers ri:. \e. m
! of cure.
To all who desire it, lit will scud .;j :h.
: jai.-i ription. .tr v ot ihaige,) with the dine
| "ioiis for i*r. paring t mg the same whUl; ;
they will tied a-IRE < f I.E for(.l a emption, ]
\-liiniu, Bre.i'etjlH ", Aa The oniv es „ t j
the advertise! in eialii:, Pretaxi; i-- to!
‘nl.vtit tii. .filii't t. spread n: 'll;. !
which he'.- to ... iuvalaabk ; end h. *
hopix* every -■ biVTwIPTry his renis'lv, a .
Will St till !• • riling. Hid may pro" : j
E .'ties wi-uii ■_ th P-eseripU*»i vitt psi 1
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READERS VNI) SI‘ELLERS.
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I . j,- g-...;ig" with Hinting ntnl lJiitation Ivxereises, ami tlie
: \\ rtlii-ti Uotllj in.* i til'll. Ji> MaKCICS '.Vi 1.1.5i in;
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.. .. ~ Rrittifij.il'- *>l Otlliuijw ami * T .tmni.ai.
w .j ; t) ftvaonynm !'ni' Remliii;:'. rijieUiny; timl Writing; ami a
j ne*v Sv*t* ..i <d Lbatiiilinns. Hv Mvit* trs Wit.i.sox. i -T«e, D.ri j.age.s
; .:#j Utils. cent-'.
M tHson's I*nnnr. Tit* S-in*"! tna'i F.itutly Pritm-r. ltilr*Mluet...'ij to
Scric.- * S.fli*•' and a.ul I*titilv Re.ulet's. lit ri!- '*■' it *'A l l.t.sai.N. 1 ■ mi*,
| f.- jl“. f 'uts. cents.
j Utffson’s First Header. Tin* Fii-t IF t*l •• .'u tin- Mmol am! F nnili
S,- ; I',. M :i. -AVo i in. 12 1 no, j'.a.ri'ri, .1 ( til . 10 cents.
; Willson's Sceohtt fielder. The Si com I IL-nlo "! the Selnmi ami
j F.atiii’v N- i : v M.naars IVtt.i.sox, 1 gnu*, i• I pages, lun Cuts. 00
~I Third Header : ■ <’>"/• S,, n-u. Htirii luanler ot .* (•rtnle
l H *'w • at : S. .iti*l “'bird Higri* i- oi file School and Family Series.
Hv M 1 .- \\ • ;.-■ • n ! gt'to, 21(1 t),:gi; 70 Cuts. SO cents,
i l’. f/son's Til ird ilea tie -r. ’• i ''Tim’d li* ml* : of ttie School ami Fattiilv
Seri*- IT,-M v!" ;* * Wii.'.son. 12nt", :!•'■ I ]nitre*), 112 Cuts. SfO(tents.
A fourth Render: s ..... A hotirtli lic.adei ot.t Grade
bet *,. uen the Tiiird and I'< tft It lieadi ts of the School and Family Series.
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Willson's Fourth Header. Till' Fourth lo ader id the School and
F.atui!y S* a’- Hy Mari it a W11.i.-oN. !2mo, ritiu jiagT-, Uid l'uts.
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fieri . l*y M i o *x - iriia*-, *tn pa*. ■ . '.tor tat st :;o.
from M . I.* 1 ,1 A.- ' 0..:. , ■ u. r
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•iml exinuiii-tl with I like the
iv,rii the C! : ' an.l i’o. w it- *■ Iwlkving
ttiein un;..-.udiy .I'l.ipnat s. aid the elitid iu
imikiug ac ,: '
|Er.tract ;■ m ;. -• I . b.. ■ .am. or i
ui": I US' I;, onnh ms* riom
ii./d got for tie of nidS'unullJ l-UC my !
present, vho h:al I- 4 Ndh, fat- ■ Hint k-hud
used ttt* nil.' r!- ->g . ■■ i'. , mid von
.■ ne knew 1 ut
i :.riigned . - VVua viu» SsXtos.
I':'"iit tii A; Ere ihi.:.u (Rev t.VMis
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; ii.m titl'e m.i H:;i: Ura i.im ri r,r
I'ose till v /-.mt.ui; ri..- : ’ vairi
-tudy, sue!) v iii jay maud .'.ion fur Mon
lomplef ii. *trm 'ioii ,:a lwurd.'
They iu; ther: h.ri pi * uiiarly ..ri:: : *1 to thy
pressing it" its am! 11 e.;. k per".*j*tties oi Hie
•olorid rtdidmi. Eiurii hook pro/'m ■ly uud
liiudionie'.y ibu-trated. .'iid th" itius'rations
!.:• MX inn aid* (ttu tender thee 'lejiebeusion
a the reading matter morenuy TheioUotr
ilig tesiimmiiais '.t.vc e;i sde, a front a
HenE. I am. A i.
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Diar Si: I have he* e familial wail the .
R .niers train thei: ii:-t juilriii-uti/ni. and am'
free to say toy mi, us I hnv.- anil a i.dy .-aid t,. |
teu.d, r-. -upeviat'labaa ~ ud *:tb■ . . that,
all tilings lornT'Ered, I r ,g, rd th.-ui the i
best Seri* - Injure li,. , riai, Ja, a.., ;..,g I
]" ulhir l -.it ui" / J this S, ii, ; wus a heppv in- j
-piration of ti.* author, and th execution ot
■Hu pkH .-a 'Veil dun, . ar-afiy t-. admit ot
improveiiient. Mr. Will-on’- "yle of einupo j
oiti 'll in the lower mnnhers the ri al* -and :
something es lit* plmi in the higher uuuihers, !
have been imitated by '..tur later am Hut- of:
si hoot routers w ith ika idealadvantagi- y their .
works. Item Mr. Willson has n-jt .aniy made
a peerless Series at Li- own, hut ha- , levated j
the general standard *>i such work-. When- |
ever my choice litis not keen constrained by !
■in fin-tu , r iL. ■ .rig., used thi.
t" lhint!ii whiri sari volosi and -.-hoid- vrlth !
'ii,i'. li 1 iii*' been in u> v a ■ t,„. ' ' '■
Yams, truly ;; Xi ,j. vSi
Harper l>rolhe-rs, PiibJishers,
k RANKLIN' SQUARE, NEW YORK.
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AGLTVX' FOR TaL' STATE OF GEORGIA. AUGUSTA, GEO.
j i'lom U . M i,m.nr. General Suprlanfenilciit
In i dn.aii’ Si hoolE in Arkansa .
: 1 m.'Vvr made t/utfer ''alter- than from those
i isioks The * harts .nr un-tirjiasaed l.j any.
f’ an V- 1 Mriruia.i,, Kuperlntemieiil ol
I'.vediiKli'- tj.diook liu eliafge of tVnusyl
Valii.i Fr. I'ilmeu'- A iation,) toi .Middle
tianu out Northern Alabama,
Wiii-i.n's Ih'udt.TS are unsurpa-svd iiy uuu
; ri: ii-leg-t*' exam me tii tu with a view t.< iu
i '""ri . 'ti • on !* ''ipl'nf half pri. r
il.ua-l ,V Bmn iiS'K., also jiuldi-h u Seiie -
sr hr.otf ,ttie/ I'untilf/ Charts,
ToI s:t>-. lo in .e.mhvi, In Mareiu-. \Vill.,ou
: Those Chart.- are desi-ucO, In ouhection
| .nth H i '..mpanying Manualot jn-trueti'.ni
!by Ma'.viu.s WiUson rpjino, >i 50) atul
jHe Primary Object LetcOßS lay N A.
I <’o’Kit*:"-, 1 Elmo, Si .*Kp to furui-li the teach.a
; vvith tk rc'iuLii' aid- for tlie piuetieal
| '■: ior. of e Han: -y-n.m ui KUam ti
Mary lh-inil Hon. in ti* six Beading Charts
j H". tv; is -ii iii*. out ly large to bo easit
!ly r-ad #t a rii-tae.' "f .twenty hit. Thesi.
Chart * wili tie liirnished ift her separately or
, he *■ !i -. 'it her iiiounted or iii sheets, a’, ( t
- ■ 1 !• umily l -v, iu neat atJjSMmu, o' t |«-
t- i"" _ inn i- When mounted, two aremi
‘ “ ia ’ ; ' '“' A' Chart, a'.au'.gg',,,
ri" lux 11,1 v »-«• "nt by mail, t N sitEtTs. at
j tii: ui i ■* s ij;;niu<l .
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f . ‘ ■ . '•>) Cti.
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• HI. Rinding ■ Kurort,j Le-sons. . .Tacts
IV K a:ii!;g : Tlrird i .
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NiiX. familiar fnl .r-g a* eompanied
V a de pi e at - -vtt of lfaml
'!' A nrri .. »t no
NT V. Chronmtio Sculu 01 Colors ) gy
xv Nnintal- : E.aiM>uik.il Uses., cou-
N\l. Ck-silk«tiouo: Animals 00 e!-,
V'TI. Bird- tlteir Chi iiiention,. tto
XVIII. Keptile.- ami Fishes.., .„ , .
NIX BoUtnical Foiins, .y, tio,t*
NX. Chesiiiiidion of Plant- iiO ets
XNi. Eeimoiuie.vi Uses of Piauts.' uo els.
N.VJi. I, .'lies! Uses, aaatiuueit.. 00 els.
Price of tlie entire t-ett. i„ Sheets... .8U TO
Mounted Its (JO
“ Alins Form... 20 00
Calkin's Pi imury Olneit Lessons (I 50
AVUlson’s Manual ..f Object Teaching . ’ 150
There lm- Mrvu nothing published in
lalutationa! iinc for year- that, to mu' luy u ,L.i,
-.iu:h a mean- of ei us ti,e-e
Ch at- , ud tin aianual that accoinpimiea them
;/*/' " JeUnu tnr.
5* ili-.nn'* Matmai i* the truest American ex -
pic. :rii,u of tiie priueijilcs ui IVstaiottzzi that
!;:i" > Keen made. Mr. Willson i-ieeitinude
ly earryii.c out in Ud Manual and the a- eoi«-
t*attying Charts, the ha-b of Id; a^ uln .t,i t .
yyatetu ot .Sehool 11. nders.—„V j; TANARUS,