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THE KAXDOLPH JOURNAL
TIIIWDAY, KKPTKMIlKIl J, ISM.
UNION STATE TICKET.
tot ATTOMf T 1r.t4l.,
UKLANA H WILLIAMSON.
rot, rrttTAr or STTr,
COL- NKLSON TItL'SLER.
n Arnrroi rr state,
THOMAS B. MtCARTY.
PO TItflt or STATE.
r.CN. NATHAN' KIMBAL.
ro Bvrr.mtTT.tinyr or rustic mtictio?i.
riiOF. i. W. IIOSS.
ro roxfltr, rifTii distiict,
iion. (.nonnt; w. Julian.
"" ENOS L. WAT?ON.
ALVIN M. OWEN 9
JOEL A. NEWMAN,
A. C. MELLETT.
ra At-oa, whit airta lowüSHtr,
E. HI ATT.
J. UILK1S IIOOTII.
An individual juU from Europe tel
egraph the Chicago Journal from Sa
vannah, Georgia, that J. Wilkes Iiooth
U alive and well, In Europe, and has
1een presented with an ample fortune
by various European powers. Ind.
If the above Ik true, then fsofne
thing; which have Un suspected by
ITnion men can Ix? explained.
The. Democratic press and the party,
nt the time Iiooth was paid to be car
tured, Kaid It was all a farce, that he
till lived that it was a concerted plan
l et ween Johnson and a notorious
M-ouridrel named Baker, to make a
large Mim of money otT the Govern
ment, and quiet the people. There
was another significant faet which
gres to strengthen this joition. The
pretended lKly f Dootli wm not ex
liibltel to any person for the purpose
of Identification, leides leing myste-riou-ly
disposed of. No one except the
President and his confidents know what
disposal was maIc of the so-called lnxly
If J. Wilkes IWh till lives, Pre.i
ilent Johnson can pnKluee him, and it
Is his duty to do so. We do not think
he will, however. Booth was, or i,
Johnson's best friend, and he can thank
him alone for his present position. We
presume the Herald has had assurances
.from the President that such is the
fact.Thc article aliove apjears in his pa
per the day after Johnson's visit to In
dianapolis. We think the great change
In the sentiments of the late rebels
and their allies in the North, can be
explained on no other pround than that
the assassination of Lincoln, and the
e?Hape of Iiooth, was a concocted plan,
IK'rfectcd and carricl out by the same
parties who have reaped tho benefits
of their terrible crime. .
FRAUD ON TIIK I1ALLOT-BOX.
The Indianapolis Journal says a
' Democratic fraudulent election agent
wrote to a Democrat In Greencastle,
: Indiana, that he would send them one
hundred voters from Kentucky, and
fifty for Montgomery county. But
there was a Union man in town by the
Mime name who pot the letter, and by
that means the fraud was found out.
This is the way the Democrats expect
to carry the State. A similar fraud is
expected to be perpetrated on Jay
runty by voting railroad hands who
are not citizens of the State. It Is also
expected that two or three hundred
will 1 voted in Randolph, and that
number In Wayne. We warn our
; Trustees against importation, and also
our Union voters, who attend the polls.
.Thousands of dollars are being scatter-
cd all over the country by the Democ
racy to buy up voters for Indiana.
Iet every Union man go to the polls
and stay all day, work and guard, for
our ememies are determined to carry
Indiana bv fraud.
We have taken some pains to learn
the exact state of the ease In the riot
which took place at Indianapolis, Indi
ana, on the evening of the arrival of
President Johnson. All are aware that
General Grant and Admiral Farragut,
are Union men, and that they were
traveling with the President. The
Union men who were present desired
to have these two men presented first,
and then they Intended to go away
rind let Johnson talk as long as he de-
frired. Therefore they called for them.
The Demcorata called for Johnaon so
taeh party yelped for his own party
The Johnson men were determined
tliat the Union men should hear the
President before they saw Grant, and
the Union men were determined they
would not hear Johnson until they
were introduced to Grant. After all
these men bad been presented the fuss
ivaa gotten up by a Democrat shooting
a Union man.
We have our statement from a rH
able man who lives in Indianajolis,
. and who witnessed the whole cf the
The Democrats from this district
who went down to see Moses when he
was to say his piece at Indianapolis,
nominated Martin L. Bundy for Con
gress, to bo beaten by Hon. Geo. W,
Julian. Mr. Bundy was a Paymaster
at Indianapolis during the war. He
made a good pile of money; he can
stand the sacrifice; leside, Moses is to
give hita a position after the election.
GOOD mil NEW JERSEY.
The Now Jersey IiClature Iim rati
fied the Constitutional Amendment
ly a vote of .11 to 2 J in the IIoujm, and
11 to in in the Senate.
The President rouM not buy enough
of the mt'inU'rs to prevent the pax-age
of the Constitutional Amendment. If
John-on hnd any disposition to do
right every State could lie represented
In Conffreioxt session. If they do
not U-Iicve it let tlicrn try it, and then
Johnson can tet the fart whether
Congress I'-ir- to briak up the Gov
ernment, or whether the .hoo U on
the oilier foot.
Another Fnlaehood Nailed.
"Iuringthe reception a Radical crave
a loy five dollars to throw a ftone at
the President, giving him the stone
with the money. It was thrown but
did not reach the point at w hich it was
a i rned. ' IfrraUI.
You state that as a fact. If your
statement is not an unmixed falsehood,
3ou can prcKhice the toy, and if he
knew the five dollar man to be a radi
cal he knows, of course, who he was.
We predict that when your Badical is
found he will prove to I a Copperhead,
for thero were plenty of them who
would have given ten times five dol
lars to get a stone thrown at the Presi
dent for the purpose of charging tho
offense on the Union men. But the
whole story is an. invention of the
Herald. Neither the boy or the man
will be found. Journah
RAISED A SAR PENT
"Moses" has raised a Copperhead
serpent on a ole in Washington, and
all who arc troubled with an attack of
the disease called office, and will fall
down upon their knees and look up to
this Copperhead, are healed.
The New York Herald has at last
abandoned Andrew Johnson. Bennett
saw the hand writing on the wall, and
he hastens to leave the rotten old Cop
perhead ship. Henry Ward Beccher,
too, has fled from the camp of the Piiil-i-itiaus,
for Seward had, on his trip to
Chicago, slain thousands of his friends
with the jaw lonc of an am.
Judge Lawrence, of Ohio, Hon. (J.
W. Julian, Gen. T. M. Browne, and
Col. A. J. NefF w ill address ti& people
of Union City, on Friday, the 2Lt of
Septemlier. Let there le a grand rally
at Union Citv, on that dav.
A friend of ours out West, told us
some strange things a few days ago.
He said he knew a man who had been
wounded twice while in the armv bv
the rebels, and who was now, for some
reason, united with a party that em
braces these rebels.
" Another man had a limb shot to
pieces, who now curses the men who
cared for him and were his real friends,
while lie ' praises ami acts witli the
men who shot him.
A third man lost a son in the army,
who was shot and killed by the rebels.
Strange to sa this man has united
with the men who killed his son, ami
demands that they shall have and hold
office. Who can account for
II. c. wfldy.
We had hopetl to have commenced
the history of this man this week, but
the great interest in politics prevents
u. We will after the election turn our
attention to this matter. We trust no
one will form any further complication
with him until they sec his history.
Gen. Ghant refused to receive the
plaudiU of his countrymen at Cincin
nati, because it would have brought
down the Administration and all its
imps upon him. Xobody has any
rights in this country except Andy
Johnson. The people will soon deter
mine that there iasome one else living
in this Government besides the great
I Am at Washington. General Grant
would doubtless have lecn dismissed
the service if he had received the wel
come of the soldiers of Cincinnati.
This shows that Andy Johnson is a
One of the Democrats who wtnt to
Indianapolis last week.from this coun
ty, to see Moses, ran over a street car
when the Copperheads lcgan firing
their pistols. Judging by the color of his
face, we think that he had not recov
ered his wonted equilibrium on his re
turn home. We think it will be the
means of shortening his existence at
least five years. So much for his agile
attempt to convince "Mosey" that he
was one of the "children of Israel,"
all the way from Randolph.
The Indianapolis Herald wys even
if the Johnson men did commence the
fighting, they had cause for it" What
was the cause, Mr. Herald? It was
eimply that the Union men had as
sembled to see General Grant and Ad
miral Farragut, and for this the Her
ald thinks they had a right to shoot
We understand that Major M.
Ij. Uundy, of Henry county, will he
nn independent candidate for Con
groi in this Congressional district
in opposition to U. W. Julian."
That's cool, Lafo. when you
helped to nominate him at Indiana
polls when Moses was there.
Grkkn Clay Sjjith, the jiuwly ap
pointed Governor of Montana, left St.
Joseph yesterday for his new tiejd of
THE brother of lresident Davis,
General Joseph E. Davis, has been par
doned by the President of the United
States. He coiuci under the S'JO.ooo
Geo. Granit Syrapiitnlrt.
Tlie following autograph letter from
General Grant hows that his sympa
thies are with the HoldJers' and Sailors' j
National Union. It wa written three
. , 4 . ,
tiiiiMii nii'iii in inn nnnniiiiri-iiii in i
f the Pittsburgh Convention by the
HEAD4'K3 A KM 11 U.NITF.I) STATES.
Wn)!6t", Au;. 23, IMC.
II. y(. Ätarf, Chairnvi, tic, iW-
dirrs arul Stiitnrx' Union :
I)i:au Sin: The invitation of the
Committee of which you arc the Chair,
man, to be present and participate in
the eelchrationof the first anniversary
of the body, tobe held SeptemWr 10th,
is receive!. If lam in the city on that
day it will afford me great pleasure to
jjoin your Union on that ion
Previous to receiving your invitation,
however, I had accepted another invi
tation which, if I keep will take me
out of the city at that time. All I can
say now is, that it will afford me preaj
pleasure to be with you on the 10th of:
SeptemU-r, if it is so that I can.
Your obedient servant,
U. S. Git a xt, General.
Tnn city authorities of Baltimore
refused to receive Johnson and the
Hebrew children, because they said he
camo as a political stump speaker, and I
had, by his course, caused the murder
of one man, and the wounding of oth
ers, at Indianapolis.
Two Danish officers arc in New York
attending to the settlement of Scandi
navians w hich are rn route for Amer
ica. We trust Indiana will not le
The New York Herald's Toronto
dispatch says that the Canadian papers
want En irland to declare war, unless
the Fenians are suppressed.
Randolph County Fair.
Owing to late rains and the back
wardness of seeding among the farm
ers, the Executive Committee has
deemed it proper to postpone the time
of holding the Fair, which will com
menceon Wednesday, October 10, 1SGG,
and continue four days. And in so
doing, we hope it will meet the appro
bation of all, OA we have gone to con
sidcrable expense in preparing a good
Time Track and fitting up the Grounds,
ho as to make every thing convenient,
and every visitor comfortable.
Our Premium List will amount to
letwet:i two and three thousand dol
lars. Wo hope the Fair will be liber
ally patronized. The Premiums of
lh35 will be paid, a:d also this year's
Premiums, and we hope to be able to
pav all indebtedness ami make ar
rangements to purchase the giundsj
for the hfocictvon which tho l'airl
T. W. KIZER, 1
K DC Kit, Kxee. Com.
X. P. IIEASTOX,
LA FE. IKVIX.
LETTKR FROM THE CAPITAL.
lf;!AAPnLta, Inc., Sejl-'mbcr 12, 1SC0.
Col. Xeff: The Hebrew children
have "come and gone, and the excite
ment consequent upon their visit to
the Hoosier Capital has passe 1, ami we
i are once more a quiet jeplc. But,
before passing the subject of "the re
ception," allow me to say ia this cor
respondence that, the rcjort.s of the
Indianapolis Herald to the contrary
notwithstanding, the riot on Monday
night, was commenced by the Copper
heads, and but for the prompt resist
ance with which t'ieir first attack was
met, we should have witnessed a spec
tacle mt altogether unlike those which
have within the past few months oc
curred at Memphis and Xew Orleans.
That the attack upon the Union men
was premeditated is shown by the fact
that 0'Leary,oneof the Marshals, was
one of the chief actors; it was he who
galloped his horse through a crowd of
defenseless women and children, all
the while hallowing to his men : "Come
on, boys; " "Clean out the Radicals; "
"Give them h 1;" fcc. Rut the
Itadicals stood firm and united, and
the hattle was soon over. At manv
other cities the President has met with
the same rebuke that was given him
here, but it was left for Indiana rebels
to shoot down Union men because they
exhibited an unwillingness to hear a
man who has turned his hack upon the
loyal men of the country, both North
The remains of the old man, Stewart,
were followed to the cemetery by uj celebration, so that Merchant's ac
large concourse of friend. The Union count is left out for want of room.
League turned out in a IkmIv. and there.
were nearly one hundred carriages in
A Union meeting is in progress to
day at Stiltz's grove, south-east of the
city. Thousands are In attendance,
and Generals Dumont and Coburn are
making effective addresses. All the
townships are represented, some of
them by Immense processions.
The committee of Southern Loval-!
ist, appointed by the Lovai PhiUulel-'
ohta Convention, will reach this ilace!
about the 2Hh Insqt, and will meet
welcome from our'priatc inriptions and mottos, the
wjth a warm
' ThP CoprKrrhcads say that Indiana
m a a at nil at
ivp3icssiy lost u num. iney -ve
heanl fro;n lain- you sqow!
L. G. P.
This ivaixr has iseea consolMatrnl
with the Gootl Templar of Alton, 111.,! Huffman, Vq.
tut is to be published at Indianapolis,! T1,e xercUo on Hie part of thp
Ind., IJ. II. Mills editor, L, U. JJynev holars were entertaining and in
publisher. Terms, $1,50 per copy, five struct iv. The vocal music was most
copies or more, 1,U0 cacn; published
mui-iuvuxiuj . i
AVe tnist that now thi paper is a fix-
ed fact, and that it will le patronized;
nurriiy ny tne peopie oi inuiana and
Illinois. It is a credit to both these1
great States. !
To me Election omrcri.
Pursuant to the agreement and rec
ommendations of the State Central
Committees, of the Union and Demo-
v r- vui,mv.M v. v..-
men or the respective Central com-
mitteeiof Randolph County, agree a
1st. In every precinct where the
Town-hip Trustee is a memW of the
Union Party, the Democrats shall be
allowed one Jiulge and onp Clerk at
each rrllf nndatererv precinct, where
the Township TmMee I a inemher of
the Democratic party, the Union party
hall tie allowed one Judge and one
Clerk at each poll.
iSid. The Judge and Clerks so to
be appointed, shall be-selected with
alternates by the party whom they
represcnind the names of the parties
thus selected shall le" furnished to the
Township Trustee, at least one week
previous to such election.
3rd. The agreement for tho appoint
ment of such Judges and Clerks should
be made in writing letween the Chair
man of the County Central Commit
tees, and signed by them and the Trus
tees of all the Townships, and copies
forwarded hi the Chairnian.of loth the
State Committcecs. -
J. B. GOODRICH, Ch. Un. C. C.
X. P. IIEASTOX, Ch.Deni. C. C.
X TJ s the Townhhin Triite-H !
are reo tics ted bv the Mate Central
Committees to sin the alovo agree
mentthey are each requested to call
oh J. Tl. ftooilrich at hU oflllce, or the
court, on or before the 2Gth of Septem
ber and sign the warne.
J. 1$. GOODRICH,
Number of children in Randolph
Countj between six and
twenty one jeuraof.age. . . .
Number of malt. ......... . . .
Number of females. .. .
Number of Districts in county..
Number of Districts in vhich no
bchool wis ttubt.fc..
(No. (!),) Nettle Crek House,
not finished in time,) . ,;
Number of pupils tliat, hare ftt
r tended school within the year.
Number of pupils not attending.
Average - atteüd&rwe pet d.iy,i
Number of male teachers era-
ployevl in the year. . . . v ....
Number of female tcacTTers' cm-
ployedi n the Tear,
Ateruge compc nfttio'n -b( male
teachers per dny
Average compensation of female
teacher per day
Expended lor tuition within the
Average length of schools in the
county in day..
Wsyne - Township L-s' lowcs
term. No. days
Stony Creek shortest number of
data. No. days
School house- built within the
Number of brick ?'.hool
in iL" cooniy. .-.
Number of frme ehvol loupes
Number of log school houses in
the rountv. ...v"
i . - - ,- -. -
Total value of all school broper-
:.. .1 ... CT
ij til lUC tOUHIJ . .
P. Ii I A TT, Exa'n rr.
For the Journal.
General T. 31. Uro who and Colonel
A. J. Netf will speak here next
.Saturday at 1 o'clock I. M., on the
political issues of tho day. Turn
out to hear them if you want to hear
President Johnson dissected.
I was an eye-witness to the re
ception of President Johnson and
suit at Cincinnati on last week.
There were from o,m)0 to 7,000 people
present. They were received at the
Spencer House on a platform erected
for the purpose. When Mr. Harris
introduced the President, about one
thousand gave a faint cheer. When
Secretary Wells was introduced,
there was little better cheering.
But when General Grant, Rousseau,
Custer, and the gallant Farragut
were introduced, there were none
any longer silont. It seemed, then,
as though tho wave of popular en-
thusiasni stirred everv noul in tho
vagt asscmby Thc cll00rs Wpro
almost deafening, and the swinging
of hats simultaneously waa a magni
ficent scene. ' '
Thus Johnson avu3 coldly received,
as he deserved, turning traitor fo
tho party that elected him.
We had articles in type in refer
ence to the killinc: of Mills and the
Fo: tha Journal.
FlFTIM Ilk I3,Ctf
The Sabbath school celebration to
day at this place was a splendid suc
cess. At an early hour the town was
crowded; several schools were well
represented. The procession was
formed at half past ten o'clock, and
fftor trarsing the principal streets,
hca(Jc1 Lv martial music and Waring
MyeraI )un,1,me banners with appro-
column filed oir to the stand prepared ,
In the crrove for tho oee?iion. when
Streigiit, of the M.E. Church, an-
liOUnCÄj the ohßCt ö thc mtini(
iouncid the object of thc meeting ami
the enltTof the day. Kev. J Jeliioi
of the Christian Church, offered up ;i
most eloquiitt proj'tcr, llu atldrpbscM
were brief but very-- appropriate?, by
jcV. Pe&rgc. Iter. Streirfit and 1,
excellent, the son-s
vft lmcf.ti ntnl '
Cliostll, UIUI ,
VCTy appropriate to the occasion.
The order waa pootl until
close of the meeting, when the devil
came up in the fJiape of rotput and.
caused some disorder in the outskirts
of the assrmblv. OBSERVER.
F'"r Hi Jourml.
Governor Mo ton.
I understand that Governor Morton'
has promised to spcalc in Winchester
teforo tho OctoUr election, all who
love their couniry, should le on hand,
and give the Governor a hearty wel
come. No doubt but it would picas
him to meet "many of the loysin blue.
It is the rruty'of tho loyal citizens to!
stand shoulder to shoulder and reiel
oy tue uuiot the one nym power,
which if not- c&eckrxi will ovfcftUrw
our lilcrtic and free institutions.
i-ome up,- fellow-citizens from the
various parts of the county and let us
renew our strength, and on the dav
of the election Ie at our pot and ycal
with theTaIlot what we were driven
taarcvcatfitfL by the sword.
Rt Jacob F.lUr-ktb. ;.. In hU in Win
chester, on tho 13th tnst., Mr. GMrjr W". Lrnni,
r Montgomery rannty, Indiana, to Macri G.
ivrniej , oi liauaoipn.
Rt th Mine, on the lthjr.t., nt th reiJnre 1
Wrid father, Mr. üoiiiiu Hot to Kosa '
DR. 5. G . STAFFORD.
Physician and Surgeon,
FARMLAND AND SURROU.NniNG COUTKV.
He rirea special uentioa to fit or the
Ci Vf9mJ' tu i'lcl to. I
Slate of Indiana, Knn'lolj.h County, S. 5.:
T, J. K. Goodrich, CWk of the Circuit Conrt,
within and fornni! um ir anl Slate aforenairl, !
hereby certify that V Uorf description of
an estray m been niel in my o(T e:
One b:ij mure, lurht, with dark maine and tall,
Ktar In the forehead, while tnre on tho nose
n l UleMiffin the left torn shoulder; thre white
fft. .lruictl nt lv Samuel R.iwem and
Elijah M. Beron. j. H. GOODKICfl, Clerk.
1 IS Web clvn that I will, on Oia 4th lar of
ocliMior iict. tpn U. urvey of cftion t'n ,
3 470 l,n'! ownnip twenty vi. ransr tiuuen if
i.r ' cat. anI continue from da) t dar Uli rail tur
! rrx I completed. F. M. ViJ, S. It. C.
XOTlCi: Or APPOLNT.HKNT.
Xolicc i hcrcbr civc-n that the nn?erij:neJ
ha been appointed Etccutor f the t-tat tf
James Smith. tccrat l, lute of Handelt h Co.
fcuM eatate is sujos'rt to 1"" oItch;.
ti ii-3t w. A. sm nil, Eteeotrtr.
NOTIcn TO NOX-KESIOKNTS.
Slate of Indiana, Randolph County.
In the Common I'leaa Court, October Term, rC6.
John Commons ti. Samuel P. Britton and Klira
J. Britton. Complaint
Now cme the Plaintiff, bv T. M. Browne. At-
torny, and tiles tin complaint herein, together'
wil'i an uruiaTit that aiJ ilcreudaiita are not
rokidcnU of th" StHt of Indiana.
.Notice I the re Pr. hereby riven r-aid Jefend
ant, that unles they bo and appear on the first
day of the neu trm f tlo Common ll.-a !
Court, to be holden on the 4th .Monday of Oc
tober, A. D. 1SG6, at the Court-houao in Win
cheater, in iaid county and State, and atuwer or
demur to said complaint, the ante will bo heard
and determined iu their abnce.
Witut'Miny name, and the teal of aaid Court
affixed, at Vinehcter, this Ita day of Sep
tember, A. 1). 1C6.
Iat.l J. IJ. OOODIÜCII, CUrk.
oTin: to ti:aciii:ks.
All t!tose who ex pect to teach ichol In Monroe
Townahip inuit be .n hand wlt.'i good Certifi
cates. nd oOicr ti'itt.-ible rccoiiimrndatioun, tiy
ttie Clh dar of Ortober liest. I rirjrtb of tonu
elghty-HTe da8. JAS. S. 1MVJS,
nlO Trnatee Monroe Tuwnhlp.
KOTICi; TO XO.N-JIKNi HK.NT
Stair of InJirtnn, Randolph County.
I; th Cij".non ''lean Court. Octo!cr Trrm, 1(J-
Mary A J ewi ha T.cwi.. Coniplaitit pM.
Now (nmi th plaii.'. M.ormin War. A.
tornt-t, and dir her cm...Mul herein, tofreiher
with an affi.lavitthat said defeu'1alil 's nola n-ib
dnt of tb State of Indian.
Xiitii"f! I thruf.r In rühr irl r on im . defend
ant, tliat unless he bo and appear on the fir."' day
of the nest term of the Common 1'Ic.n Tout.,
to be holden on the 4t! M-iuday of October. ' '
1. 1KH5, at the Cnurt-!ioi4 In Wincbci'.ur, in
said county an J state, and niier or lu)ur to
nid i-otnp'al nt, the um IM be huard and do-
tertiilnel in his aNainco. j
W itny my name, and the of r, i J Court1
affiled, at lncliester, this SKI day uf Auirvii,
J. B. GOODRICH, Clerk U. C.
NOTirr: to iii:iiis or rrrmox
TO Si:i.L ItKAL IISTATi:.
State of Indiana, Randolph' County :
5otico it hereby girn, that Kinsley Mock
.dmiiiitrntor of the eMittc of l'nnicl Mock
deceased, has filed hi- petition to sell the real
estate of tho docodent, his personal property
bcitiff Iniufficlent to pay Iiis Jcbts; and that said
petition will bo heard at the not term of tho
Court of Common I'leas of mid county.
Attest: :1 J. U. GUOHKICH, Clerk.
August 94, IfrRC, Ii04l
The l.otel known as the Walnut Ftret Hons,
near the Upot, Muncie, Indiana. Sai.l H tl
consists of two lol, jr.o'l buiMIn? of twenty
rooms, giol stnMu, wo d-houso, Sit. Terms
moat-rate. Address or aj piT to
B. R. BKESOX,
ln9-4t Paiton, Wajne County. Ind.
IVOTICK TO 4NON-Hi:SinK.TS.
State of Indiana, Randolph County.
In the Common Flea Court, October Term, 1864.
Ann V. Klines vs. Abraham C. Vandoreii , Jefcr
son A. Walters. Complaint 'o. 820.
Sow comes the plaintiff, by Cheney t Watson,
Attrne , and H tfs lur com plnint herein, to
retherwlth an affidavit that said defendants are
not resident of the State of Indiana.
A'otWe is therefore heril-v riven said defend
ant, that unless they he and appear on the flrst !
dny of the next term of Iii Handolph Common
Pleas Court, to be holden on the 4tli Monday of
October, A. I). IcfGfi, at the Cotirt-house In
Winchester, In said county and State, antf
answer or demur to said complaint, the name
will be heard and determined in their absence. :
Witness my name and the seul of said Court'
affixed, at Wmchektor. this Ic'th dav of Aurutt. i
A. 1). lf-r.0.
ssiL.l J. B. GOODRICH, Clerk K.C.
Extra Bounty! Extra Pension! Extra Pay!
ElanVs and !n!ructIons sent by mail run or
cit4Bnc to all soldiers or their defendants, who
are entitled to the additional allowances
granted by the recent acts of Conrress.
Address TKVJ PLE C. HAKKiSOS,
Ite Arent U.S. Sanitary Commission,
vSnC-Ctn Indianapolis, Ind.
STRANGI?, MUT TIUT.
Every young lady and gentleman In the
UuiteJ States can hear something very
much to their ad vautage bv return mail (free
of charge,) dt addressing the undersigned.
Those htrJns fc4r3 of brinff Lun.Luged
will oblige bv not noticinc this cant. All:
otiier win piease address tneir oDeatent
servant, TUOS. F. CHAPMAN.
Droadwaj, New York,
March P. l$G6. 3C-1?
. -111 as . .a. '
A good two-tore serine mna for ca!a
on good terjnä.
DR. J. W. W ILM ORE,
WM. D. FRAZEB.
FARM FOR SALF.
A Fsiw of V a'r of KiritttwT land forsale.
11 ,u ln KanJ'.ipfi couniy. Jd1., on ekLr side
of the Indianapolis and Belief ntalti Kailrcad,
one rolle of Morristowa. The net proceeds
r.f thAllmK.. .l... ..nil ...V Ir.w II
Purchasers irs solicited to rail and see it or
fid.f'rrthiru'foVBWuV. Ffker i'0olce
o-3ni geo. hutciiins.
rLKS OF ALL KI.XDS FOR
Jtj at hs office. '
TO THE PEOPLE
OF RANDOLPH COUNTY.
I W 1t to Inform! xnn that I Jt r
torn.! from Uie rilj, lir I bought ltS"
Which 1 "Of fl,er- if ehrr?r than
iny other houe in m coumrj.
-My it-ck ef-
Drcss Cood3 and Notions
Can't bo best in U part of the couttry.
1 hare the latent stock of
Bfadlsy P " Duplex Elliptic
Call nt Wo. 2, I.cV nuHilint,
leat the truth of what I say.
HOUSE FII1XISII1XG GOODS.
SEPTEMBEK. IS, 188Q.
FOR THE FALL. TRADE.
House Furnishing Goods.
Tun A tibial, liar mau L CoM
So. 71 .Mnin Mrret, Dayton, i)td
WonM call th atfa!kn of buyer t!nir full
and well aborted tocK of
EEglish Tapcc'ry Erusrcls,
" 7col Dutch.
Venetian, Hemp and Äag
rSow opening, from jnrrtn aoA Iometlc rnatiu
factorlca. COCOA MATTING. CAXP. MATTING,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths
Marseilles, IIoney-ouib, Allendale and Lancaster
Curtain Terrys, Gilt Cornices and Hand,
Curtain Kcps, Curtain Gimp and Cord,
Spendid Ijre Cortalns, Cortain !ops.
Nottingham Curta'i.s, CnrUin Damaski.
Large stock plain and gilt shades-
Wmnosr Holi.4KD?, all widths inl cdors.
TABLE ASI) PIA NO OVERS,
Mnen and Cotton Sheetirps. all widths; Pillow
Cssine: Towel; Napkins; lo)!is; LIrei. Lam
asks and Tab! Cloth.
"WHITK AND COLORKD CARPET WABP.
A handsome assortment of Stamped Gk.lt
A Splendid Assortment of the XewestStylcs
SATIK WALL PAPERS, COMMON ;A
PER. WINDOW PATER, F1RE-I30ARD
Wliiic ami Optoral JJlauktlt.
Arent for Rlehards A C.s new patent corner
protectors fr stairs and xootu; somethlo; new,
li.efal anit orrainantat.
Carpets rr.ade and pnt down, Wirvdew R-.ades j
and Cornices out uu. aiJ otbsr work stitnitJ i !
VAN AUSDAL, HARMA11 & CO,,
So. 74 .Iin st.f Dayton, Ohio.
FRRORS OF YOl'TII.
A f?fi.!eonri.who suffered for years from
Nervoua DeLllit, ftatre Pecaj, anj
all the effects of youthful discretion, wiSJ,
for the aake of'sufferin? humanity, enJ
free to all who need it, the recipe and direc
tions for raakinir the simp!e remedy
which he wa cared. PuJferers wishing to;
profit by the tdrertiscr's experience, can da ,
so br addressirr
No. 13 Chambers St., New York.
March 8, lCG. 3Ciy
Dayton Vholccalo Trade.
J. B. Finite. A. Htebe. II. Fink.
FINKE, BEEBE & CO..
Importen nd Jobbers ia
CLOTHING AND WOOLENS
Ac, &c., A.c.
So, 01 Mnin Mrcet,
I" I)A) ton, Ohio
JoieU t:mer. DatM G. Rrovi
COMER A. BROWN",
No. M Main trret.
Six Honrs South of Srecni itrrt,
DAYTOS, OHIO. 34
John Catn. Pr11 JL. ßoyei
CAIN & BOYEK!
Importert M wholejule dealers ia
Foreign and Domestic Notions
rAJTCT5r GOODS, ScO.
Nos. nl 091 F.!t Srcond street,
DAYTOS, OHIO. 34
GEORGE A. BLACK,
(Successor to Heckler & Blark.)
Importer and wholesale rlealor in
CIII.Yl, CLASS AXD (ll'EEMARE;
Coal Oil anil Lamps, Piajed and rritannil
Ware, Lookint: GIae?. Cutler,
btone i Yellow Ware, Ac-
No. 30 Opera Ilocse, Main street,
(iorg yf. Knelsly. John K. Molatlr
KNEISLY & M'INTIRE,
CO R WIN'S BLOCK,
Tfo. t n Mnin street.
Between Hrt I Stcvad fit,,
J. V. eerrln. J. S Lytle. GevM'.His
PERRINE. LYTIE & SKAW,
Wholesale Dealer in
Staple and Fane) Dry Goods
No. 202 Second at., bet. Main and JefTersot
W. H. PRITZ & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In Foreign ao4 DoassstVo
II A 11 ü V ARE
Mechanics' Tool?, Building Ma
terial, Cutlery, fcc.
Also, Agent for Fairbank'i Sctlei
SOG second street.
DA Y T O X. OHIO.
M'INTIRE, ANDERSON & CO.'
BOOTS AND SHOES
So. 4 8 Main street,
T. S. BABBITT,
lVhofe.ale Healer in
.m, en's, rims,
ST HAW GÖOVS,
MILL I E I"jTf
4 2 ifarft attcet, Wtirefrj Titml ai;l .Vcoad
DAYTOX, OHIO. 34
Jacob f 'ofTiiir a.
C. V. Osbrn.
C0FFMAN, 0SB0RN & CO
HATS AND CAPS
No. SO" Second street.
D A Y T O iV. OHIO.
KCfJERH, KIEFER Jt EXCLZ,
WholfMlc Dealefi in
HAItDWARL ,S SADDLERY,
04 Male alrcei.
G W. Roftera.
C. V. Kiefer
D. W. Ki.gl
G. Wofairan. A. G. Smith. !. Wo;traaa
VOGAIYIO'V, SMITH & CO.,
No. 313 Third street, between Ms'i and
CR EAT EXCITEMENT
SI3IEON II. LUCAS,
f FLAKES this method of calling the
X itlentiun of tie peoplt to the fiel
that he ha opened a
At the Poit-OBce in TTinchstster,
DAILY & WEEKLY PAPERS,
School and MUcellaneout Booki
Novels and Magzinef,
! Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
,otioiitf and Prrf inner v.
! CLOCK AND M ATCH REFAIRIXf
I?oce fin "e hortf notice, lsd itUsfac
Gire me a rail at the Tost-Oßce, nortli
of tlit Fohlte Square.
IMEOK lis LrCA5.
April ee. net;. iy