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27 The Cincinnati Type Foundry Ad
t ertising and Collecting Age ncy.ls author
sel ti receive subscriptions and advertise
ments for the R dolfh CoinTt JocasAL,
at our published rate.
v ii i it c ii i i it i: Clou v.
Situated on the wr t side of Meridian St.,
In the Houth pnrt of torn. Preaching ev
ry alternate Sahbath at half past ten
o'cWk, A. M-. und at A P. M; commencing
ritt therein I Hvbbath in April, If 61. Her.
J. A. Campbell. Pator.
Sib'.ath School every abbat!, at two
o'clack. T. M.
Methodist I!picopnl Thnrrb,
Situated on Meridian Street, South part of
tjn. Preaching everv Sabbath at half
tut ten o'clock. A.M.. anl at night, by
the latnr. Re. II. J- Meek.
StMnth School at half past clghto clock,
Prater meeting every Wednesday night.
Ms o i i : -
f. O.O. F. Meets eery Thnraday even
ing tt C'i o'clock, at their new IUll.onthe
nvvnobni division No. 2.
S n of Te-mcrtnce of W'mchetcr, meet
itr Tu lay evening of etch week, at
the Te-a-rance IIU,on the corner of Main
and Washington Strets.
WASH I N TO N I A N T V. M P I'll A NCI
SOCIETY rnts every lt und Sttur
rUy ereninjrs of each month at the M. E.
UANDOLPH COUNTY FA IK i
to te neM on tl.o lOtli. 11th ami 12th
ilavs of October noxt.
1 O II IV o It u
We have just received n fino assort
mcnt of New .Ton Type, thus com
pleting our facilities for executing job
work us cheaply ami quickly as it can
be lone this aide of the team job
pres-s. (iive ih a csll.
for Stile at UiN OlHrr.
Tbo Life of Hon. A. Lincoln, by D
W. lurtlett. 1'ric.?. paper
cent. We Iive left a few volumes of
th Debates between Lincoln ami
Douglas. Price, . cents. Also,
Illanks for Jti-ticcs. printed on excel
lent paper, kept constantly on hand
anl fur at Indianapolis prices,
fo! foi Anilfnton!
Be it rcmcmhorcd that on next
Wednesday, the 8th day of August,
you can pet a ride on the car to An
derson and back for 50 cents, nuking
there and return 104 miles. This will
lc anexcellent opportunity for thou
and to tak a cheap ride. Prepare
your dinner and then your expenses
will be nothing. Tho train will leave
The -UIWi: AWAUHS" to !
Ortxatflacel nl lYiricIictcr on
tomorroH (Friday) lit.
The Heptiblieans of Winchester and
surrounding country are reqnested to
meet at the Court. IIoue on to-morrow
night, to take steps for the organ
ization of a "Wide Awake" Club. It
i the lest and most interesting fea
ture of tbo campaign. Arrangement
will Le made to procuro ono hundred
uniforms, and when tbo "Club" U
ready, our Republican ladies have in
timated that they will make and pre
sent them a beautiful stand of colors.
The uniform of tha "Wide Awakes"
consUta of an oil cloth cap, cape, and
a lamp. Their processions is aid to
he grand and imposing affairs. The
cost to each memler will be 81.25 for
a full rig out. All persons of the agc
of eighteen ara admitted.
As soon as the Club is organized,
a torch-light procession and public
demonstration will be had. Any pr-
on desiring to tec a wt of the uni
form can do so by calling upon T. iL
He It Itcmcmbcrrtl
That McAllister t Com Grand Pan
orama or Traveling Exhibition will
exhibit in Winchester, at the Court
House, on Saturday evening. August
4th. The Scenes exhibited will be
from five to even feet large. The
programme embrace: Movable As
tronomical Diagrams: Illustrations of
Scriptural History; Public Buildings
and Views, Woiks of Nature and Art;
Tableaux of Intemperance, showing
its rise and progress; Arousing and
Comic Scenes, etc.
Tbo proprietors auro us that there
will be nothing in the entire exhibition
to olfend the most religious person.
Ministers n'linitte.l free. Doors open
at early candle-light. Price of nd-
ruiation. 15 cents. For further par
ticulars fcc programme.
Illinois, according to the census just
completed, i entitled to fifteen Representatives.
The Douglas party is national -caupe
it has a ticket in all of the States,
nays the Democrat. We think it ia
9t(tonal became it won't get an elec
toral vote in any State.
There will bo a meeting of the
Ilimtsvillc Bepublican Club on next
Saturday, August 4, at oVclock P. M.
The meeting will bo addressed by
J. !. Cheney and A. Stone, Escjrs.
T. M. BnoWNn will make two more
speeches in Jay County, week after
next, one at Portland, the other at
Boundary City. Subject "Douglas
and his record."
A.J. NcrK. 1N1. Piled the appoint
meutof N H. Jonssov at Peer field on
last Saturday night. The meeting
vaa well attended.
I. P. Giuv, Kq.t will address the
Republican Club of Union city on to
morrow, (Friday), evening. Every
body turn out.
m i i
Shanks and Steele, candidates for
Congres iu the Eleventh District, are
to have a joint debate at Portland on
the Oth inst.
Tlir "Kit 1 1 WpIIISer.
Wc have received tiie first number
of this campaign paper, and find it
what it purports to be. "A live Lin
coln and Hamlin paper." In thin
number we find a cut that takes the
starch out of the Little Squatter. Call
and ee a specimen. It has already
reached a circulation of 10,000. Sub
scriptions received nt this office. A
club of twenty, to ono addres, only
cents for each subscriber. Call soon
l,on lor llil World.
Friend Isaac Sipe, of Peerfiehl, has
sent us a specimen of irNh potato
vines over six feet long. If the pota
toes an largo in proportion to the
length of the vine they will be some
Bio. Pillh, of tl e Democrat, kindly
assisted our boys in firing the "big
gun" for the Republican meeting on
Saturday. We thank him. ami hope
our Republican friends will be equally
magnanimous when occasion may
It is estimated that the State of
Ohio will have thirty million bushels
of wheat five millions more than it
has ever producod before. It is of the
The Democratic Mass Meeting of
the Stephen A. Douglas and Benja
min, Vesuvius Filz Johnson Sect,
v il I be held at Winchester on Satsr
day next. Hon C. L. Dunham, W.
A. Bicklc and. several other eminent
factionists and disorganizes will be
prcrfnt. Wc hope to sec thousands
of the people com out. If they don't
beat our Republican meeting in num
ters we will Ik sorry for them. A
few rousing Democratic demonstra
tions in this locality may infuse a lit
tle lifo into our Republicans. V
Tho demonstration of the "Wide
Awakes" at Richmond, is said by
Judge Peellf. ami T. M. Brownk,
who attended it, to have teen a mag
nificent affair. The procession was
an imposing one, and did much credit
to the young and energetic Republi
cans of that growing and enterprising
city. The" crowd in attendance was
large. And enthusiast'c. From 5,000
to 7,000 persons, were supposed to be
present.. Wo are glad to hear th..t
the friends of free speech anil free la
bor are aroused nnd nt work in old
Wayne. Wo expect to hear a good
leport from there when the days ol
October and November come.
A "Wi le Awake" Club will be or
ganized in Muneio on Monday night
next. Hon J. W. Gordon. T. M.
Browne, and M. S. Robinson are an
nounced as the speakers on the occasion.
For some reason, unknown to us, the
Hon N. H. Johnson did not fill his ap
pointments in thi.s County last week.
Hon W. A. Peelle Addressed a large
audience at Union City, on the evening
of the J7th ult.
Gronnr A. Smith is setting the en
gine and putting up the machinery for
the Messrs. Roberts' Mill and is pro
gressing finely. It will bo in opera
tion now shoitlv.
Taos. M. Browne. Ksq., ha raised
the enthusiasm in Jay County t' a
Tho Republicans there are working
Assiduously, devoting much time to
speech-making, circulating documeats,
etc. Jay will roll up a large majority
for Lincoln Hamlin, and Sftanls.
We this week publish the adver
tisement of Liber College and Farm
er Academy both institutions situ
ated in Jay County, one mile and a
half South of Portland.
Helms fc Piaos offer rare induce
ments in the fnrnitiue line. Quick
ales and small profits" is their motto.
They employ the best of workmen,
consequently they are able to supply
their customera with well made work.
N. II. Ward has oM his saddle
and harness shop to II. Slmption it
Bno. .who will continue at the old
stand. North of the Public Square.
Simeon Licas. Eq., has sold
out his grocery establishment to Messrs
John Ross, E. R. McConnel. and E.
J. Put man.
Call at the fashionable having sa
loon of Outland tfc Bctkner and have
a decent shave. Twill pay.
Do not forget the Excursion trip to
Anderson on next Wednesday. Plen
of tickets at E. J. Potman's.
Pearheji from Cincinnati, have ap
peared in our markets, selling At 20
cents per dozen.
Water-melons have made their ap
pearance in the markets of Indianapo
lis. . .
The trade in wheat ia brisk. Pur-
chtrs aw paying SO ceats pjr bushel.
Last Tuesday night was as beauti
ful and glorious as we ever saw, and
thi WisciiKSTF.n Brass Band enliv
ened tho "stilly night" with its mu
sic, par-excellence. The Winchester
Band is an institution of which any
city might be proud. Our town would
be a desolate habitation without it.
By the way, shall not tho service
of the Band be procured for the An
The Atlantic Monthly for August
was received in good time. The pres
ent is an unusually rich number,, con
taining some articles of nnsuaual
worth. The Poetry in this number is
We see it stated in the papers that
Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe is engaged
to furnish another Story for this
Monthly, the publication of which is
to commence noon. Those desiring to
subscribe for this invaluable Monthly
can procure it fur 11.00, by clubbing
with tlm Journal.
The Dial for August ccmesto us
with the following table of contents.
Rnfus Choate; Orchis; Spontaneous
Generation; May-Song; Madge Vert
ner; Letter of William Pitt; The Sing
er; Dr. Einbohrer and his Pupils;
Ursula; The Catholic Chapter; Criti
cal Notices; Tho Western Conference.
Edited and published by Rev. M.
I). Conway, Cincinnati, Ohio, at 82
The first article deals jnstly with
Rufus ChoAte which has been too sel
dom dealt out to him.
For tli e Journal.
IUrristilt f. July 2, IrC.n.
Tha Committee appointed at a pre
vious meeting to clect officers for the
Republican Club, organized in this
place, made tho following iepr.it
which was adopted:
For President, Daniel Hill; Vice
President, Henry McClurn; Secretary,
Pleasant Hiatt; Treasurer, John
Mr Vm. Benson offered the follow
ing resolutions, which were fully in
dorsed: "That, inasmuch as Freedom is na
tional and Slavery sectional, and that
the two are diametrically opposed to
each other, ami cannot exist in har
mony together therefore
Resolved, That wo will use all
honorable means in our power to pre
vent the further extension of Slavery.
Resolved, That Squatter Sovereignty
and non-interventb n by Congro s
with Slavery in the Territorien, ar"
equally antagonutical to Fie dorn, and
that, we will, as true Republicans and
friends-of liberty, battle against op
pression in any or all of its deceptive
forms. And contend for tho tights of
down-trodden humanity, even to the
Resolved, That we will labor with
untiring assiduity to secure the election
of Abraham Lincoln ami Hannibal
Hamlin in November next, and that
the declaration of principles at the
Chicago Co tveution meets our high
est approbation, and with such noble
men for standard bearers, and such
piineiples inscribed on our banner, we
can and will succeed."
A committee of three were appoin
ted to select a competent person to
address the Club at its next meeting.
Then Adjourned to meet At this
place, Friday evening, August 10
100. P. Hiatt, Sec'y.
Ar.RF.8T OF CoUXTEr.FElTr.ftl. The
detective Police have arretted and im
prisoned at Buffalo, N. Y. one An
drews and his associate.", whom they
caught in the a t of making a counter
feit of Ayer's Catihrtic Pills. thir
detection was accomplished at the in
stance of Messrs J C. Aver k Co, of
Lowell, Mass., who have fchown a
commendable energy and promptitude
in protecting the public from imposi
tion through spurious imitations of
their valuable medicines.
Doct. Aver's Sarsapahilla, dir.:
rt Pectoral and Pills have come to
be staple necessities with the commu
nity, and the imposition upon the sick
of spurious, woithless, if not injuriou
fabiications of them, is in fact the con
summation of villiany. We hope the
n otm lie's will get their du, and in
the keeping they now aie, iby are
pieMy Mire of it. Police Gazette.
From the New-York B.iy Nook. J
ÜAia Dvk is vile wah,but the article tint
will naturally restore the color of the hair,
the changing of which to gr.iy bei;; an in
dicHtion of proru r nccrrtion, is truly a val
uable medicine. 1'rof. Wood's Hair Ton
ic, if ttte c rtificats of the leading min.h
ovtr the Union do not falsify, is the only
title mmhj for baldness, dryness, premature
ch oice of color, und the several evidences
of a lack of secretions at the roots of the
hair, which c:m be found. Quack prepara
tions abound, and "hair tonics" fill every
'corwir grocery" in the country. Avoid all
h ir tonic" unless known to be the prepa
ration of some man whose celtbrity has ie
roine world-wide. Do not let any nostrum
render experiment upon your Inir. Touch
not'dng yon have not good reason to believe
is all that it purports to be. Prof. Wood
has earned by years of severe test of the
virtues of his preps rati en, his present fmc.
Over lf0 ctrtifieates arc before us of t'ie
value of this Hair Uestorative, from parties
who have tried it. Use no othrr.
CiCTiov. Hewarc of worthless imita
tions, as several arc already in the market,
called by different names. Use none unless
the words (Professor Wood's Ha'r I'etor
tive, Depot St Louis, Mo., and Now York)
are blown in the bottle. Sold by nil Drug
gists and Patent .Medicine dealers. Also,
hv all Fancy and Toilet Goods dealers in
the United States and Canada.
Evftitos, Fayette Co., Ind., Aug. 2, rD.
Da. C. V. Ion Acic Dear Sir: This
will certify that I w is att tckc l with the
Winder Fever in the Spring of lsf7. After
try in? various remedies without relief, I
purchased of vour Agent here, Mr. I.ari
more, some of your Sc in liu i vian Wood
Pills and l'urifiir, nnd they cured me en
tirely in a short time. I was al Inhering
under an attack of the Putrid Sore Thro it a'
the same time. My wife h id been subject
to Palpitation of the Heart, Neuralgia and
general debility for several Years, whn af
ter using the same remedies for a short
time, her general health is much improved
und is improving.
Wishing von great success, I remain
Your pinccr.0 friend,
Taken internalW, curs sudden Coli,
Coughs, kc Weak Stomich, General
Debility, Nursing Sore Mouth, Can
kere 1 Muth or Throat, Lirer
Complaint, Dyspepsia or
Iu digestion, Cramp .
an 1 Vai in the Stomich, Bjwcl Cunt
plaint, Painter's Colic, Asiatic
CUoIers, Pi.trhoea and Dvsentrrr
APPLIED EXTERNALLY CCUES
Felons, Boils, and old Sores, Cuts, Bruises,
Sprains, severe liurus anl Scalds, swelling
of the Joints, Ringworm and Tetter, Brok
en Breasts, Trotted Feet and ChillbUius,
Toothache, Pain in the Face, Neuralgia and
Rheumatism. This medicine has been in
use now lf years, and h is obtained a better
reputation than any other medicine fret of
fered to the public. We do not deem it
ncccarv to say much in its favor a one
small bittle will do more ti convince you
of its efficacy than all the advertisements in
the world. Give it one f-tir . trial and you
would not be without it for ten times its
cost. For Fever and Airieit is a sure cure.
Sold by all dealers in Medicines.
J. N. Hnrris Jc Co., Proprietors,
DR. S. 0. RICHARDSON'S
SimillV WIXE IllTTEilS
The celebrated New-Enclnnd Rcmedv for
Janndice, Fever and A?ne, General Debili
ty, and all Diseases arising frm a dis
" ordered Stom ich. Liver, or Bowels,
Acidity of the Stomach, Indigestion,
Heartburn, Los of Appetite, Costivencss,
Blind .and bleeding Piles, Disgust of food,
our eructions, sinking or fluttering of the
Pit of thestomaeh, Dimness of vision, yel
lowness of the Skin and Eyes, pain in the
Side, Pack. Chest or Limb, -in l iu all cases
where a TON IC is necessary.
J. N Harris & Ci.. Proprietors.
SALT RHEUM & CANKER
FOR THE CUKE OF
Canker, Rait Rheum, Erysipelas Scrofulous
diseases. Cutaneous Eruption-, and ev
lr kind of disease arising fron an
impure ft ite of the blood.
ihec m id I'fffftivf lll'O'l Piirififrof
Ihr XI rtrrntli rralury.
EVEN THOSE who are in the enjoyment
of perfect heilth frequently have need to
have recourse io tonics as preventive of
disease. We are never too well armored
against the assaults of "the ills that flodiis
heir to." Such an invigor itor they may find
in ostetter's Iittrs a medicine that can
not be taken regularly without giving vital
ity and elasticity to the system. At this
season, particularly, the strongest man is
not proof againt the malaria, .in certain sec
tions of the country. In all ases of fever
and ague, the Bitters is more potent than
any amount of quinine, while the mo,t dan
gertus caiesof billions fever yield t its
wonderful properties. Those who have
tried the medicine will never use another,
for anv of the ailments which the Hotetter
Bitters professes to auhlue. T those who
have not mile the exp ritnent, we cordially
recommend an early application to the Bit.
ters, whenever they are stricken by diseases
ol the digestive organs.
Sold by druggists and dealers generally
2f"Sec advertisment in another column
Salt Rhoum, Erysipels., old Sarn, Tetter
and Ringworm. Scald He-id, Chillb! jins and
Fnxt IVtes, Birber's Itch, etc.
This medicine has proved itself to he the
best Ointment ever invented, and where
once used, it has never been kti wu to fail
of effecting a permanent cure.
J. . Uurri& Co. Proprietors,
To whom all orders for above Medicines
must be addressed.
For sale hv !C. Simmon. Un'on City;
Lindsiv V Vorhts, IVerfield: H P. K'rcr.
and W. B. Pier.-e, Winchester; E F Ilalli
May 3,1 66 Wm
ssx'iiStiTV rnis: isi immt:
N 0 . 31 PI N E S T It E E T ,
(Great Western Buildings, N. Y.)
KTaTKMr.iT or Tiir. Affairs or the Stccrity
Fire Isscrancf. Co , Oct. I, 101.
A S V. 'V S .
CASH on hau l GG0 4."; Cash in Continent
al Bank, (awaiting investment, etc., J
r.1! (."; Cash in It ink of Commonwealth
1,11 7 17. Total. ft!.VJ 07.
,r0 Shares Bank of Commerce,
.V Americin Exch inge Bank
I II Bank of New. York
11 41 Bank of North America.
'J 1 1 shares, par value $51, 4 )3; worth 2,.
Teniporarv Loans. secured bv $11,01
IT. S. Coupon B nds, and 0" shares Resolute
Fi Je Insurance Cotupanv I, 01 M
Bonds an 1 Mortgages
(being Hrst lien.Vtr..) 41.liV 00
Prem' um uncollected 1?,510 IrO
Accrued Interest onBoiids
and Mortgages and
Tetnporiiry L"ns C,7fit 79
Balancedue from Agents
Springfc iSuiniiKT Goods.
MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP.!
West of Hardware store, 1st floor,
HAVING just received bis Fll and;
Winter Myles of (I EN TLE MEN'S
Is prepared to make, to order,
Of all descriptions acd on the most favora
ble terms. His goods coinrric all of the
most fashionable and latest style s of Cloths,
Cassia res, C ishmerettes, Angela Cassi
meres, and a fine assortment of
All work done In the shop Wakkantcd
to give satisfaction.
READY MADE CLOTHING
Alwavs on hands of our own and eastern
in mu fact trt.
Will be ready to attend to the cuttirr,
tn iking and selling of everv thing that ra av
be c illed ior iu the Tailoring line.
Thankful for the past liberal patronsge.I;
woiiHi oesire mv inenos ana me puouc "tn-
crally to call and see rny stock atul j rice s
nelore nurcnasiiij.' elsem here.
ALSO Ageut fur Wctd's Patent Sewing
nov3 TIIOS. WAItl).
A t-r fi.n!a? ; W f TUk It a I ,
Heal tit taitinoay of G07. XZliZ, 7a.
Vfcija'i r:iii an a saft aa1 a j
ai feTtfcUutU ct ths t'i-ti Of I
for Ilo'Jts iin-f xrwtaJ t!Ta!
Read tls testlnony cf 00V. XIICO, Ala.
- I Wykl ft, K ithotlt 111V .
T prir. Y lyvJjfrii'io sat IU V,
b. I UvkW a nil and Uki tU hf, 1
Sail Ij DrojcistJ & Dtleri TsryvLcre.
B. L. FAHNESTOCK L CO.
Importer 6 Wholesale Drugts
Ke. 63, cornar Wood and 4th Su.
01 rftoriurou er
B. L, Fahnestock's Vermifug?. o
Cefore taking. PURIFIER 4ftcr taking
111 E Crkatest Rf.mf.dy in tmk Would.
'I ins C r lial is distilled from a btrry
known onlv to invself, and chemic illy com
bined with some of the m ist valuable me-
licinal roots, bt-rbs and lurks known to the
mind of in m, vii: Blood Uoot.BUek Root,
Wild Cherry Birk, Ye llow Doek, Dande
lion, S us ip trül . Klder Flowers, w ith oth
ers, producing the tnist infallihle remedy
tor the rest r.'.tin of bealtli evr known. -
It is n iture's own remedy, curing diseases
by nittiril l ews. When taken, its inllnei.ct
is felt coursing through every vein of the-
hodv, purifying au I accelf rating tbo circn-
l-ition of the blood. It neutralizes my bit.
üous matttrin the stomach, ml strength
ens the whale organization.
JJcTj-mu's Stre'iiitlienins: Cord'nl
w ill c.fectuilly cure live r compiaint, dys
pepsia, jaundice, ehronic or nervous debili
ty, diseases of the kidiievs, ind all disorder?
rising from a disordered liver or stomach.
or. uoorr.4Ds calsa-MIC
Tit ff4t $'JctJ mrdx r.is rf U frrl
;, kctt cefkireJ iXnr pffd phlarv'p oavjr
thsxufk yart tf tritt. (JnlcnJUl a:i'
ticn it rtftJersJ ly tX'rx in oil es.t; aJ t)s
ftüfU hvt xirtil tkm vjrty.
Liter Complaint, Djspcpsla, Jatxodlcf,
Dcbiiltjr of the .VcrToni SjiteoLf
Disease r :Lj alianejt,
ai c.7 disrsnt a fro c ifiWefrW
'rr or kfaUni ttf tkt $tmak cS yiW
crya ere r?t!t,yc'd Ttawjrm.'' eurtJ If
tht GEH K AN r. IT T E Rd.
Tkt 13 all ami 3 Ccrdiil Us afwnJ a
paraivn ez'.at'. It nut nr wituet f ail,
tht tnoit frr at J Ve-S.'cn Jry
Ccngh, Cold, er Hoarsesais. BreeMtls, In
Caeoxa, Crocp, PLeanocla, Ictlfitst
d kat ffrfcrmti Vt ncr iii,'ctij.4; cvre
A f rfoai vM dst of ove tltci r.ni
ewrs tkt Mi: Sfrer Di&rthcsa -cvJa
ct Coin is the ritu.
7 It ?t n.-JH-iifi art prtperri ly ZV. C. M.
Jacksei 1 Co.. .'.V. 418 Arrk Slrttt, J'kt's-ei-.'
'.i j, 'w., cut ere UJ ly driffuU anl
tla'trt neIcißie$ nrryiekere, of 7S err ft
ftr lil. Tkt ;ji2-vre eC. M. Jacraox
w. It cn tit t't Jt irrcpfr rf fr l:iU.
Im th Altianar fvllUhrJ einuc"y If tkt
WhtnDr. RoDACK,the reuowne! Swediih ; prrjrid.n, ttlUJ EvrsiropT's Aixaxac.
. Id by W BP.erce, Winchester; S k E
A h lugtuu, r.irnilaud
BUIOD PLR1FIER Ä BLOOD PILLS
DR. UOIt ACK'S
tl .. ! . ! . 1.. .. 1 I . IM . I H f I
i ii sm i.iji, iijiroiiHi t u 1)11)11(1 luriceratiu
lllood Pills in the United State?, he set forth
in plain language their curative propertit-a.
This was cars ago. The task of rerom-
meiiding them h is since hren taken out c
kit hamlt. Kulichte tied meii,wbus rii.nr-
acter for sound judgment and philosot hv, '
gives their opinions weight in the commit-!
nity, nie ii who observe, reflect, and mike?
".assurance doubly sure" before the y de-1
eide are vvcry re ap rj itig and u reject
tne ue oi inese wonorriui pre-paratiens.
All wlio confide in the wisdom .and hone at v
of this class, or who choose to investigate
for the meh e s, are now ol aar mind on'thlf
Dr. Roback invites the attention of the
sick to the
ffOU vi.'l fi.J tt ocny end COrnrnmuaittry
ncticrifrom ell f.r.t cf ikt cotmry.i, TLtu
Almanac $ art gut ay Ly all enr egrntt.
.'nrxikhv II. P. Kinr, Wii.cLtittr.
.1 crki-'twi i . Ii rt ' ill rn . iuvr i ri I nilet lAi.Mtt-
or sickness of the n mich, fullness of blood I inrrnUrsof the Medical Profession,
to the heart, dull piin or swimming iu the I L''0" f P'di'ic journ abj well kt.oan Mer-
The Tenian Feter Charm.
the pre eciition and cure of IVver arvl
tie and Billions ft er". Tlraea-
WINCH EST E It .11 AUK I 'TS .
Corrected weekly or John Rosa.
"ItI Man Jneinlo" Rriilly In Ihr
letters from Austin, Texas, report
that the canvass for Gen. Houston is
goinj on with grest activity and en
I m port nnt to lercry ninn. Toil
Ii !, I.tiss yorx und tall olhers
m Iios iiiIikN ant tn&cl more
ttiun liu- liotly.
CiNciNNNTt, July C, ltid.
Having received most marked bene
fit from the use of Peruvian Syrup, 1
desire to call attention to its value n
tonic and alterative. I find that it
imparts vi-jor to the nervous cnerjjy,
as well as itnlity and strengt Ii to the
whole y.stem; and with peat confi
dence reccotnmend its ue to th.s
snlTering from indigestion, inaction of
the liver, ami other complaints iuci
dent to professional men. In my
judgment, the testimony of physicians
und others to the claims of Peruvian
Syrup to be con sidered a chemical dis
covery, is MimVicnt to establish it in
EDW'I) II. NE WI I ALL.
'rr.RCvu? SrRur is a Solution of Protox
Ue of Iron, a new discovery in medicine
and strike's c' ;he root of disease by pro
ducing ktlthy blood the source of all vital
ity in the human organism." For sale by
W. II. Pierce.
VALCAHI.E INFORMATION from the
Mry Jabez S. Swan, a cleagymen of dis
tinguished at:iiiinunts and exalted rep
utation. New Losd.), Feb.,
I)tt. S. A. Weaver Dear Sir:
I feel eompvl!el by a sense of duty to
the? sntlcring;, to say in regard to your
Canker and Salt Kheutn Syrup, that
I have used it in my family for more
than eine year with most decidedly
happy results. I consider it adapted
completely to sustain the leputation
which is claimed for it. In a number
of cases within my knowledge, where
it has been taken lor Erysipelas and
Salt Rheum, it has been attended
with complete success, where other
remedies had comple'ely failed.
On the 2f.th dsv of July, ISGfl, FaaLi.o
F., son of Samuel and Anna Helms, aged 3
years and 9 months.
Sweet acraph, we woolJ 1e-rn of thee
And hasten to partake thy bliss!
And oh! to thy world welcome me
As firt we welcomed thee to thia.
Dear angel, thou art safe in heaven;
No prayer for thee need more be made,
Oh! Ut thy prayer for those be. giren
Witt dft h tiered thy infant bead.
Flour per harrel, $fi,M(l
r lour per cwt, .1,'
Wheat per bushe l 0
Corn Meal per bushel, t'l
1 irlev per bushel, '
Macon, per lb., average, .!
I.iro per pauiMi,. 10
Sn-.'ir 10 to 11
Egirs per dor en, 7
Silt per barrel
Salt per bushel, 7f
White Fih rer half Irl .V.O
Wt. - IV 1 1 i - '
v nnc r isii per pounu
Tallow C in d'es per pound, lp
Star 2 "
Molascner rallon, f-."
D ivton Crackers per pound, 10
White Reins perbushel PO
Dried Apples per bushel 1,0"
NO MA III MT! ES.
JOSEPH WALKE, Pre.
THO-?. W. niRD-ALL, Vicc-Pres.
U. L. Hatdock, Sec.
CAREY S. GOODRICH, Agent,
Julv 5, lMiM iv
nellelbntnine Rail Road
TI M E
t a n i.r..
Trains pass Winchester going weft as fol
Mid nt... 4.11 P. M
Ni-ht E .res n.47 .M
A co mm od ition 4..r2 .a. M
Express Freight ' .16 A. M
Trains going east -M
mine Express and Mail, .C4 A. M
Night Express, pn 11.2" .A. M
Accommodation P. M
Stock Expre, i pi 11.2"- P. M
J. W. WILLIAMSON. Agent.
Notions, Hills n ml dips.
C0FFMAN, WINDER & CO.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
HATS ÄTJB SÄ5äa
xo. 3o- i:com) sTti;i.r,
j.errMN. j. n eviKDca. c. v oioa.
head, palpit ition of the lie trt, fullness or
weight in the stomach, sour eructations,
choking or sulfating feeling when lying
low n, dryness or yellowne ss of the skiri'and
eyes, night sweats, inward fever?, pain in
the small of the back, ehest or siiie, sud
den flushes of heart, depression of spirits,
frightful draxam, langor, despondency or
any nervous diseases, sores or blotche s on
the skin, and fever and ague, or chill- and
fever. It will also cure diseases of the
bladder and womh, such ns seminal weak
ness, incontinence of urinestranguary, in
lamm ition or weakness iT the womb or
bladder, whites, etc.
Th"re i itf .11 Mnf iiImuiI t.
This Cor Hal will never fill to cure any
. I. ... I I! !.!. .. l
M lite uv e ueases, u nuni ;is per oirec-
tions on each bottle, in German, English
Orera Miu.n battles hive been sold
during the lat dx mouths, :utd in no in
stance his it failed to give entire satisfac
tion. Who, then, will sullei from weakness
or debility, when McLean's Strengthening
Cordial w ill cure youT
To tlii l.iilhi.
chants and Farmers, snd Ladies of the high
est respectability, giving account of eitra
ordinary cures wrought by the Remedies, ol
which they themselves were
Those parties may beconsultej persona!!)
or by letti r, by those w ho have any doubt
njHiii the si'bje ct.
The evidence in the possession of Pr.
Hoback, which is at all times accessible to
the public, establishe s the following
That the 11 loo o Ptaini r and Blood Pii l
have been prove-d by anal sis to
feminin u .lliucixil,
That tlwy cure the alnioit uuirerial oom
plaint, I) spcpsln
with unerring crtainty,fKiu in a veryahurt
time. That after all other Medicine's hate
proved uncle, the relieve
and restore the health aud strength of the
Da vou wish tobe healthv and strong? J "ho have langui.ld for jcara In helpless
Then g" -st once and get some of McLean's w t,:knes and despondenry, recuperate w ith
Cordial. It will strengthen and invigorate il Uwt ,Wir;,c,1,UUH rapidity under their in-
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED
and have for sale, at the
lowest prices, the following;
LVWelo. Ladies' Asst. Hose,
vour whole svstem, causing a healthv and
pure circulation of blood to (low through
every vein, and the rich, rosy bloom ef
health to mount to your cheek again.
Eve ry bottle is warranted to give satis
faction. Tor lillrircii.
We say to parent, if your children are
sickly, puny, or nlUieted with complaints
prevalent, among children, ive tlietn a.
sr.nll U ititity of McLean's Cordial, aud it
w ill m ike them healthy, fat, and robust.-
Delav not a m uncut, trv it, nnd vou will
be convinced. It is delicious to take.
Caltiox. 'Beware of druggist or dealer
who may try to palm upon you some bitter
or sarsapirilla tra-di, which they can buy
cheap, by a-iying it is just as good. Avoid
such men. Ask for McLem'a Strengthen
ing Cordial, and take nothing ele. It is
the only remedy tint will purify the blood
thoroughly, and at the aame time strength
en the system.
One table sip Minful taken every morning
fasting, is a certain preventive for cholera,
chdls and feve r, el low feer, or any prev
alent disease. It is put up in huge bottles
Price only one dollar per bottle, or six bot
tles for five dollars.
J. II. .McLEAN,
Sole Proprie tor d' this Cordial.
Also McLean's Voi.ct.sic On. Ljvimf.nt.
"3T" Principil dejMit on the coruer of '.il
and Pme sts., St. Louis, Mo.
.e,.H .'- V''e' v ' Liniment,
The best Liniment iu the world. The
only safe and certain cure for cancers, pile s,
tumors, swelling-', nnd brouchele or goitre,
paralysis, neuralgia, weakne ss ,f the mas-
cies, enronic or innammaiory riieuiuuihm,
stilfness of the joints, c nitncted in'icles
vigorating op rat. on. That all sexual disa
bility s are removed hy their cordial aud
gently tiinulating properties. That they
how ever they may have bet n trifled with snd
abused. That their direct tendency ia to
IjCIIKIIK'H I. lie
and render it enjoyable. That, operating
direct h upjn the potto n of d urate in tke blood
'iiii.k Son n lo llrtil
and discharge from the system every taint
)l Scrofula, whether litreditary or other
wiae. That they
ICrcrnii Hie Dc liilllah I,
and that there i no disease of the Stomach
and IIiwe!s.t!ie Liver.the Ner ouaStim,
the Skin, (.Stands or Muscles, astsisu ia, m
iNrraiTiKs or the bi.ooo asd sicrtii.
in which they do not vt prompt reitet, am.,
fif a lm'uisterd before the ve ry c t.ede 1 uJ
life It 4 a bee n invaded,; tftct a paintttt auu
Hear in raaid that the Rcid:mtui Vre
etailkUi ooi Pills arc indorsed by the t x
p riciice of thousands of living witnimea.
who, in letters, aili lavits, meelical works, ami
by word of month, proclaim them to be the
very beat preparation of the kind eve r offe re i
to the broken-down victims of ill health.
They hunt disease through every avenue
and organ of the syjtem, aud tu expel it
thoroughly and permanently.
No one can doubt their superiority after
one single trial they are not only better,
but, in fact, cheaper than any other riLf.a,
for it take a less nuiabcr of theio to produce
a better effect.
Price of tlie Sein Jinarian Blood Purifier,
derful remedy was brought to the know I et1;
of the pits, nt propritturhy a tr.end ihn has
been a great traxeier iu Per.-ia and the Ilu
ly !i el.
' While ping; down tie rix r E jjl.ratts,
he ipe ri nc-d a tcxere attn k ! K tr ar.tS
Apsje'. On discovering his eoiiditirn.i'ne it
the boatmen took fiom his person an Ant
i..t, saving, 'Wear this and no Fever will
touch you.' Althoiiih incrtduloui to its
irtue a, he complied, and exps rience. in,
mediate relief, und hfl lonce alwavi funnd
it an effectual rotection Ire tn all' tnalari
On lurth r iure s'iystion be found that the
bNtman attributed to it miraewlout powers,
and s iid that it only could be obtained from
the Priests of the Sun. Some time after
ward, the r ntUnian in con erit) with a
Priet obtained from him the secret ol its
preparation, and aserrtainsd vehire the me
dicinal herbs were found, of which it was
compounded. The wnnderfuleirtucs of this
article l ave Induced a lull belief in the
minds id' the natives in the miraculous heal
ing powers of their Ptiets.
Since his return to America, it bss Ln
tried with the happiest effect by several La
die and (e ml men of high eharscte r, w he
have pirn it the most unualiffd praist.
This rrr dy havirp been a sprif.c in Per
s'a for hun Ireds of ve ars, for the prevtw-
tion ai-fl cure of lever and Agi e at.d Pill
ions Tevir is now offered to the American
It will be ser t ty mill, prepaid, with full
direti ra for sc, on receijt of e elollar.
Principil De) Dt and ilanufat tory. lv1
Main St., Ilichmote'. Va. French Ofljce,
Pank of Con. mere- B i'b'inr. New-Vork.
Address JOHN WllAti.X K CO.
July 5. 1 MV. I"-" If
MAC NUT CENT ENCRAVINÜ
a i) i! is cn i: v.
spills BFAI'TIFUL ENGR AVISO
I wi designed by Pitrss, rne of the
most relebrnt'.-d artirla that ever lived; the
eofct ol the origins! eloign abd plate Llilig
over fMm'l, IteiTJ br V.l iu"his.
Tlie Philadelphia frail S'tvt, saya, tht.
mere nominal sum asked for the engrsrirtr,
is a aitQicie i.t inducement for reron ti
purchase, without the additional feilt."
SCHEDI'LE OK OIKlrt
To be given t-i the purchase rs. Tor fi!
particulars, send for a Bill.
1 Ch, $..,mh) .r. Cash, faCO
I Cash, 01 10 Cash, fjfttl
1 Cash, $"iri 10 Cash, '2'J)
I Cah, $1,0 10 Cah. I'JM
1 Cash, f l.Ki0 M Cash, $1K)
1 Cash, .VK 10 Cash, $13
t Ca-h, $yil lWjtl Cash. f5,0i
I Cash, S .H) V (0 Cash, &S0
or ligiment, earache or to-.tli ache,bn:ies, ('nc ,MU VT bottle, or fire dollars per halt
-pnius, wounds, fresh cats, ulcers, feve r ' i"u'n 01 l?,c s indinavian Blood Pills
sore-, cikel brcist-, sore ninrde, bums, ! vrnt I"'f r ! x, or T boxe s for one dollar
scalds, sore throat, or any infl mini ition or
pain, no difference how ve re or how lone
the disae ntivhive exi-ted. M -Lean's
cedehratel Liniment is n certain remedv.
Tiiouainds of hum in beings have been
ave-d a life of decrepitude and mierv bv the
use of this invaluable medicine.
MT.eeiis V!cinic Oil Liniment will
an inered'blv short t:me.
Vor IIorsifs audJ oilier Atiiin tl.
AIcLens celebrated Liniment is the only
safe and reliable remnly for the cure of
spavin, ring bone, wind-gali. splints, m-
e piin ilmist instantly, and it will!
ie, nurifv and heal the foulest sore in
r3TRMd Dr. Ros vck's Special Notices
and Certificate-, published iu a conspicuous"
part of this paper from time' to time.
In difficult or ce mplicated casir, Dr. Ro
back m y be consulted personally or by Ut
ter, inclosing a stamp for re ptv.
Look ill Hit Antitoiilj.
Frim t:ie Rev. Mr. McMullen, T-tor o:
Ii berts Chapel.
T..w.. ... r . r. iffs
Da. C. W. Itoitcx Dear Sir: I have
used your Blood Purihcr for a r.erv ona sffec
tion from whice I have sugered much at
timch. While it is pleasant to the taute, it
e, rtinly has n. hüjry e ff ct Ufon the nerve
Col urn bust Indianapolis
Railroad Time Tabic.
Ac ommodation leaves Columbus at 7 o'c'k
A M.. arrive at Uuion &J2 1 I. M.
Diy Express leare Columbus at 12.50 P
M.. and arrives at Union 5.1(1 p M.
Night Express leaves Gilumhus at 1121
PM., and arrives aj Union A M.,
Connecting with Trains for all points West.
Accommodation leaves Union at 1.00 A
M., and arrives at Columbus 10.10 A M.
Diy Express leaves Union at 9.0Q A 3L,
and arrives at Uolumbu .I5 V M.
Night Express leaves Union at 11.50 P M
and arrites at Col umbos 33 A M .
Coaaecting with Trains for all points Eatt.
WU.r. fi LATER,
Aest fl jpt.
15 o " Milt's Socks,
. m . . ;
natural lumps, no ies or swelling. It will Plce acc I t HIT tlisnks for TO'j: kind rt
nt-, i i i in i , core mg ue 1 1, ponevii, nsnua, gards and believe rue Yours.
C0FFMAN, WINDER & CO.
3r5 ?Ec-eD St., Datton, O.
Wholesale II u vers
AHE INVITED TO KXAMINC OCR
HUGE & ATTRACTIVE STOCK,
C0FFZIA17. T7H7DEJX & CO.
old ronninr sore, or swernv, if rromrtTv
sppnei. ror spruns, brums, scratches,
cracked heels, eh ife, saddle or collar rails,
c-it, sore or wound, it is an infallible
rnedv. Arrlv it as directed, and a cure
is ( ertain in everv instance.
Then trifle no longer with the msnv
worthless linimen s offereil to vou. Obtain
a simply of Dr. McLean's celebrated lini
ment. It will eure von.
J. H. McLE N, Sale Proprietor.
Cor. Thir 1 and Pine t., St. Iui, M
W. B. Piracr, Agent,
OCt27 Winchester. Ind.
Plasterers, Look Here
rjinE UNDFRStGNED has cncd a
LIME 110 USE,
near the Freight Depot, and has now on
hand a large quantity of first rate quality of
J. W.T. McMULLIN.
Principal Office ar.d Sale Rooms, No. 6
Eist Fourth ft.. 31 Building frcn Mia
ftreet, Cincinnati, O. Labcritary in Han
For sale in Randolph county by If. P.
Kier, Wir.chc.tr: A. McKcwt"KidgeTille,
L. Humhrey, Spartanburg; J. Sipe, Deer
field; J. A. Sullivan, Fair lew; D. Thorn
burg, Emmettsville; J. A. Newman, Bloom
ingaport; R. S. Starlick, Raena Vifta; L.
Thornbvirp, Windsor; Dr. N. Simmona and
Dr.GrosTrr.nr, Union Cite; R.Juhes, Hnr.ts
ville; E. F. ilJid v.Mi.xviIle. S. k K.
Addingtnn, Farmlan; and hyDrJggists and
Merchants generally throughout the Ur.lon.
foct. 2", lei?.
WHO YATSJT0 BE SHAVED?
OUTLAND 5t BÜCKNER,
NO. 1 HARBERS,
OFFER their services to every bedythat
may desire auv thing done "in the line
Lime for Bile- We expect tu keen a rood of shaving, hair cuttinr, shamroonir.r. or
supply constantly ea hand, and sell it at uny thing else ia couiectioa sa ith their tu
cheap as the cheapest. ainesa.
Give rae a call. My Lime Ja of a sare id- Shop OTer Loess's rocerT.
orrpjility. JI-13SE W. WAY. CXTCall trp, gentlemen, on!? A cents
Togitl.fr with a great variety of ctLer
valnnble (iilts, varving m value Iroa2S eta
Any jeron er.cloing in a letter f a!
five 3 cent Postage Stamps (to pay for post
age and roller) a 'iall receive, by rtum of
mail, the ratr'dficrrit Engrav ing of Christo
rher Columbus, fand ot.e of these valuable
Gifts as r Hill.)
AdJriS3 all orders for Rilla er Engrav
ings to P. R. II ER LINE k CO..
Eox It IS, PUi'adel'lis, Pa.
PERSONS wishiug to PUY cr SELL
any kind cf
w'.l. do well to Cilln or addreaa the onder
igr.rd, in Union C'ty, Ind. Indianapolis
and RelleToi.taii.e P. iilr va.1 Line, Ohio ami
Indiana State lice, j I have eri.eej a
REAL ESTATE A0ECY OFFICE
ia this place, and can greatly facilitate busl
ness vitS persons wijhit.g to Luv or sell
Land or Real Entstein th; Ticitity.
I tn nnr offrrir- ta i?ll
Vsvlcable Lands and well-lmprtrred
Farms, Tottxi Property, etc.,
at reasonable rates. Sorne Great Dargaica
to be had if applied f ,rsoon.
I alsohave'an agency fmm St. Louis, Mo.,
for D jyin, 3Ilia atd Tradirg iu
Uiisouri und other 7estern Lzzii.
I caa furnish Land t TraJera at LOW
TRICED, ani procure Estrica with Laad
Warrants, or with Cash, oa a small cote
ß aj'meaa solicited. Charges In a.!
easrs reasonable, asd iaforaatica give
,for aa ei . efrfot sasee.
II. I. SFAUL.
.M It-. UJ.NSLOW,
An txpericcrcd rtrre std fetaale rbyeie
hat a Socthlrg Syrup for cMldrrn tes-thitig,
which gfserallj facilitates tne prcstfi cf
testhing by oftec'rp tLe gxtts.resJvieirga'I
iaüsnstirr. ill allsy all pain, ccd Is tvtt
to repilate th bosre!. Depei tje It,
roMhers, It will rive rest to punches, at J
relief as4 health toyccrlnfacu. Tafiai?
afa ia all eaecs. IV aTCi4's,t fi