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vui iiv ciro-til:itinr llto Ntv in i our s"
tiou ol our St it-, aul liit'wiü r', thit I
art oj'i!el t t'i V'ii.'ii m v i:n 1 1 1 inuu-XM-.r.ittJ
in In iuru on the lv:i :;.. 7hi
a mi-Tt-presf ntutioii. I '.. i.ot know
yr)uxy nil the jrcTtiVriirn nominated,
bat ( cotulikr the tick t a p;1 on, a:l
urii lit-oiae ll)' for it. 1 ii.oe t.tvtr ntcr-
! f For tli J.mim l.
Mf:SRi. l.MTom : In our !;it iu I
j polier ah artic' ovvr tho natura of
j "L n," which ri.üi f.r a little xj-' n :i-
1 1" Ii I i : e law ot n 1 v in t k ; : t Ii f c! u
ty ( the Si li to '.x .Wi'.m r t visit r.ich
." ! i 4 1 oiu e tlir i i; it tinn.bt.t mikes it
tin' rfi.? of the C'Mjnty C .i!ruii"iM r to
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K'.ieh ct.rvic cut c f the Tn :i ';. I'i:!'.!
mi trorArtirii t rrvictJ rer. !r .1 in t.ub 1
1 rcat Work on tho Ilcroa.
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11V KotthUT Jl'NNlM.S, V. S.
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taiueJ any tl"U"'ut of
it, um! i
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hive i.'H, of couie, uuthcr.ioi n:.y w:o !
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to tj report tre.
(lEO. W. Jl'LlAN.
Platform of the Lau l'oioa Conve n
ViiKRKAf , The National novfror.'.erit is
eaiMeJ in a war w.ird anuit it by its
enemies fur tiie :v:it'd puipose of i's
dcatruction, an 1 tin su'ov rtion of our
lUpublicati fjria of Govcran:tiil ; there
RttnltfJ, Tlmt tltP pre;r.t civil war
foreei upon the country iy the (lis
unioniitd of the .Southern Siiitea, who are
now iu rtbellion ftiunat tlic ct riNtitiuion
h1 government; that in the yirenent ii;
tioil tmt rgency, we, the people of Icdi
un i in eon ventir.n assenihlnl, J'-rg ttin;
all former politiotil difference., sn.i rtco
lectin;; only our duty to the whole coun
try do pledge ourselves to aivl with men
aud money the viotoua prosecution of
the present war, which is not heilig waged
upon the p vrt of the poveruicent for the
purpose of conquest, subjugation or the
overthrow or interfering with tho rights
or establiahe I institutions of nny ot the
States, but to uuppreM .in I put down a
wicked and Ciuseless rehellion, tiefend
and maintain the puprexaicy of the Con
Ftitution, and preserve the Union ha ts-labli-hed
by our patriot fathers, with all
the dianilv. equ.ility and rights of the
several States unimpaired, and when
these objects arc fully accomplished, and
not before, we believe the war ou-ht to
to cease; and tint we invite 11 who coin
cide in these sentinvnts to unite with us
in support of the ticket this d.y nomina
ted. Resolved, That wedemmd and expect
of our Executive and Legislative bodies,
both State and National, nu economical
administration of (Ijvtrnmental a!liis,
and that th punishment of it.iud agairst
the government, as well as a fearless dis
charge of their dut'uf.
Reiolttd, That ai long as pitriotism,
courage, and the love of constitution il
liberty ehall be lionored and revered
among the people of the United State.,
the heroic conduct of the soldiers of the
Union, who have olTVred up their li ves for
the salvation of their country, will be re
rneu.jered with the most proloui.d feel
ings of veneration and gratiude, ami that
wo now tnedrto thcia the warmest thanks
and lasting gratitude of every member of
Resolved, That we tender to tho CO,
000 volunteers from Indiana our heart
felt congratulations, and hail with pride
the fact that upon every Inttlj field
where Indianians have been found, they
have displayed the bravery of patriots in
defence of u glorious caue, and we
pledge them that while they are subdu
ing armed traitor in the field, we will
condemu at the ballot box all those in
our midst who are not unconditionally for
I with our Kij:h tax and pirturbed Nation! J
condition, induced ui to di' r.e with
this j art of my official duty, n wa ?-
advise I by your County C"tnmi?if c r-.
Thi.i is tlie reisn why I did n'U vit';t the
Schools in fission lafst Winter.
He next My, Last Spring whn tVe
Superiiit ndent of TaV.Üc InstructM ii no
tified him th County 1'xatr.incrJ that he
would be in Vir.che.JtOT, there wa r.o no
tice given; even the citizens of Winches
ter did not generally kuow of it." In
the tirf-t place the Superinten let.t lic vr
notified me; and h id it not ben for some
of your cit't' ns remarking in rny hearing
that the Superintendent would be in Win
chester on Mich a day, I should not have
known U myself. The Superintendent
cTve notice of his appointments in the
Indiannpolis Daily Journal, but I was
not reading that paper at the time, find
faTe-d to get the notice; hence the reason
why I did not give the re.juired notice.
S far as .Mr. Logan's compliment to ruy
School and its prosperity is concerned, he
has my thanks.
As to the Educational Convention, if
its object be the elevation of our standard
of Common Schools and the? invigoration
of eur Teachers, it ie what I have had in
contemplation for some time, and would
co-operate in calling 6uch a meeting, and
here suggest the Fth of September next.
I will, in a few weeks, publish a call for
such a meeting and its objects, and all
those willing to participate can give their
r.arr.03 to Lc appended to the call.
Book & Job
We are under obligations to Flon. O.
W. Juliau for a pamphlet copy of his
epeech on Confiscation and Liberation,
recently delivered in the U. S. House ei
Representatives, ilr. Julian ucd to be
called a fanatic, but the irresistible logic
of events ia fist converting the most con
servative to his fanaticism. Truth never
goes backward ; Mr. Tulian has not re
ceded one iota from the position he occu
pied years ago, when he was persecuted,
villified, condcnvied and rejected ; but
the truth, then struck to earth, has risen
again, and is shaking the' pillars of this
mighty Republic as they never were sha
ken before, and, if truth triumphs, can
never be shaken again. Mayflower.
MtDDLrTOW, Va., June 2. Oen. Fre
mont, having been superseded in the com
mand of bis Department by the orders
ppointing Gen. Tope, his inferior in rank,
over the army of Virginia, and having
asked leave of absence, has, at his own
re jneit, been relieved from duty. The
command is turned over to Urig. General
Sc'jenck, the next highest in rank, by or
der of the President, and Gen. Fremont
viU leave for N. York to-morrow. Many
of his officers go with him.
His resignation is not generally known
ia cmp,but will be announced to-morrow
by a general order.
June 2S, IG2.
Geo. Fremont, with his personal staff
nd an escort of cavalry, left camp at h
'clock this morning. Alter visiting Gens.
inks snd Sigel, he dismissed most of his
iff. and with toe rest rode oq to Mar
Io oDPOTtunlt? was given for demon-
ftrat(on, tot there is a general regret and
iBCKatioo tnrougnout me camp.
Abc d ten no raeditatur og 1.
Kiznsi's itJ inii..
At a meeting of the 5th Congressional
District Delegation in attendance upon
the Union State Convention, held in the
Senate Chamber in Indianapolis, on the
morning of the 16th ult., Miles Murphy,
of Henry county, was appointed Chair
man, and David Nation, of Delaware,
After some discussion it was determin
ed to appoint a Central Committee, con
sisting of three from each county in the
District, whose duty it shall be to m ike
some arrangements for concerted action
between the several counties in the nomi
nation of a candidate for Congress, either
by calling a District Convention, or in
such other method as may seem best. The
following persons were selected to consti
tute said committee:
lhnry County Amos TJ. Fithian, Si
mon T. Powell, W. L. Eoyd.
Wayne Lewis Burk, Denj. Martin, Eli
Fayette W. M. Cmith, A. T. Cecket,
Union E. Vansant, Elisha Cockcfair,
Delaware Samuel Orr, W. Brother
ton , G. W. Spilkcr.
Randolph Peter S. Millen, J. U. Good
rich, Thos. L. Scott.
This committee then retired, and fixed
on the 4th day of September as the time
for holding a District Convention at Cam
De'egates to attend this Convention
to be either appointed or elected in the
several counties on the third Saturday in
B L A N K S
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Number of Slaves in Dela
ware. The Blue Hen's Chick
en says that the number of slaves
in Delaware, it is believed, i
much less than returned by the
census. The Marshal's deputies
have in many cases counted boys,
free at twenty-one, as slavee.
according to the census, in St.
George's Hundred was 100, but
the assessor cannotfind more than
102, valued at $3.702. It is
more than probable similar mis
takes have been made all through
the State. If so, tho number of
slaves instead of 1,600, would be
a little over 1,100
LoTt is a kind of warfare.
OCT Address all ordere to
Dynes & noncbrakc,
Is hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed administrator of the es
tate of William L. Miller, lata of Ran
lolph county, decesed. Said estate is
apposed to be solvent.
t rA i.M lalAlt J. Mltttl.
Juat SO, 283. Adm.
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mi.t il't n-il if. iu m iih oilior
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Ir Till Yop tl" i 'i'i Kmtnin and
IrcatuuMit worin, b.t, rol io,
rt r:iiiu lli.oi , tu n y no rcluxm,
rnj.li.ri', paU, durrlii n, JaMii
dii ti, h'.KtirrliU', f.l o.)y urine,
tiMioK tu tlio Itidiioy kiul blad
der, ii.tl.ti.uiiHtion, a ii 1 t.llior
(1is-Hi'it ut t!itf Htumaoti, bowel,
liver ii.l urinary tirpam.
Ir Tatta Vor of i!iv cuüm, ayini tnins and
tronliiu'iil of t.one, tilo'iJ, aud
t etc 8 iii rim;-hiii(, swooiiit.
Klr.tHiK. LrokfMI klU'l'. Wtlld
(tails, f.tm;.. r, ilo brui"' unJ
f,r !, t rwked i.fs, Kt ra'Lft,
i'uiikfr, thriMli ni 1 cirii; alio of
irirt'ii, vrritt'.; ilili'jmj; tK
t; mi l l!ier I iHiav. of ILO
Ij.-t; lea m.. tr.'a l.
It TciL Voc Of Hi e ruuin, yniptcnu anl
trt-aliiu-ril of tilula; i 1 1 evil;
t l.i hd. -r-.; f.ircy; B.urUt fer;
iii.iuifo; urteil; locked Jaw;
rheuiii:.tlrii; rrumi-, culls; ln
t acs of itio e o nii.l li.-ari; and
Iiom to iiiaiiii. raxtriitioii; blo-dii;-;
trt(itiiiitiii!ir; row ein);; fir
ing; lien.U; ainiuatiuu; tail
l'inr huü othtr aurguul iivra-ti)ii-
It Till Vou ut Karey'a method of taming
tior.ii; Iidw to aporuucli. tMe
or haller a coli; hu t an untom
a burse to iranf noundsand
njrtit.'; aud bow to bit, ad.tle,
rilo and hri-ak h in to hurneas;
aNo the f.iriu and law of Wah
RiNTT. '1 be whole be.ln;ilio re-
ult of more than fifteen ymir'
aludy ot the, linbitx.eculiaritie,
vrbUK and w e.itk.iieRgu uf tbtfl no
ble und n n f.il un I in ill.
Tho brok PftiiUnn 34 .a;e, appropriately
Illustrated by nearly lim eura ii pi, und w Iii
btf ient to any :tldrrs .ot paid on receipt of
price, balf bound 1 1 IKi or in tlolli extra $1 '23
We uro blo publiabera tf Kverybody'a
Lawyer,' ty Trunk Crosby, V.n.; ' I'bo Family
Ooct .r' by i'rof. II. s. i ajlor, M. I).; '1 hrul
ln Ad ventiiren ainoiiltiH early .etller, by
Warren Wild ao.id; '.Smilight arnl Shadow,
orllis I'm trj of lldinf,, by Hurry Peneiller;
Lifo of Kit Canon, the Great Wentoru Mun
ter and (j aide.' Modern Cookery, in litt
brauchet', by Mrs. S. J. fle. together with
other vitl iaM" and useful work, a Catilogue
of whieli will L nent free on application.
Hoiks forwarded to any addrvsa postpaid
en ret-.-ipt of priro.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS IN GREAT VARIETY
llooksellen, New A"nl, lloott AfvuU,
Can vaücr, i'e loler and ulhera will do well
to order a pucka? of our books. 1'hey will
find them exceedingly poj.uUr,aiid term lib
1000 Local and Traveling
ovry where for their nie.
E r Kinjfle coptea -r for trim In qnantltloi
w 1th other iiifuriiiiitl.iii npf ly to or addreM
JOHN KIIWIN I'OI 1 i;C, I'ut.li.her,
No. CI7 Sduaoiu ii , rbiladelphla, I'a.
June i.'7 Jy
MhlHF A nn A iTnTilfTT71Al
H IMI IIKKI1 Mil , H H
H. SIEG & CO..
Up-strirt over F.. Edgtr's Store, Main
Utrett, Winchester, Ind.,
Keep conntactly on hand a freeh eorply of
CLOTHS. GASSIUERES, VEST1XGS,
vT"" -V- Mi
TO DE EXCELLED
And all other articlesapppertaininfr to the
above business all of which we will stJ
VERY CHEAP FOR CASH
CUTTING AND MAKING done to
order. All work warranted to give satis
faction and got op in the
Give ns a call we doa't intend to be
UNDERSOLD. (8 1
NEW GRAVE YARD!
The nnderiijrned has laid off a Ne
Grave Yard, immediately adioiniog the
old one. on thewrat, iu lots lb4 by 19'
fee: square, which he offVrs lo sell on reV
lonabls terms. Thost desirio to secure
a family borial place eao now do so by
calling early od DAVID UEA8T0N.
Ma; SI, It CA
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yc wvivwV SoV
ixte, Vüjc ftoÄAQ,Y,i Tf AewdL,
Thea 2ittr are put up (rv qvxr
Lotties, of xvhioK th aocw is aao
imi:. Th 1x11 i finly a
gravi, and la prcidd with a
af-giuxrl rcT eour.Uritrt.
ffVt'o-j $1 pr bottl, er ixor $S.
C. W. JfobcLolc, (Proprietor, Jfo. 6
Eatt Fourth fftreit, Cincinnati, t
whom all crvUre $hould b md
FOR SALE BY"
2' II. P. KIZERf WiAcbsaUf lei