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TUR RANDOLPH JOURNAL
TIIUIIHDAY, 8KFTEMIIKU 20, hrn.
d ncral T. M. Jlrowne mul OA. A.
J. X-ir will niMrcsrf' lUk pcfrjdo at the
follow im; tinu and lacc: .
F.irmlnud, ?v-toinlxT -J, at 2 P. M.
Halcxn, Sitnilcr 'J', Hi (j V. M.
S'l;irtai,!)iir, Ü U mlcr US, ht 0 I.
' Iltintvill.., OrtoVr 1, nt 1 I1. M.
Lynn, October ."5, nt 1 I M.
I.HintMvillo, cUler 4, nt 1 V. M.
Fairview, Oetol.f r at 1 P. M.
ni.iicpviiic, (vtiK-r o, at l p. m.
lUrrfNM, Ortoff r k, at 1 P. M.
VinrliMT, OctolrS, at n P. M.
Eno L. Waton, ami John 11. C1hx1-ri-h
ili., will ."ioak n follows:
NrfT Po-t-oHicc, SoptcmUT 27, nt ß
Fl! S'liooI-hoUM,Ooto!r 1, .it fi
CiiirkV ft-Iiool-hotw-, Octolstr 2, nt rt
Dartonin, OrtoW 4, at 0 P. M.
lVipl.tr Kun Church, SVptimU r :T, at
7 P. M.
fjcncral A. Htniw ami Colonel I. P.
(Jmy will aldr-s tle iolp a follows:
1AU rty, Sei)teiiitH-r IS, nt 7 P. M.
Arha, Si'iiti'inlHT 2S, at 1 P. M.
. .Allennvilli', Septi-nilicr L"), at 1 P. M.
Mun City, .S iUmhir 20, at 7 P. M.
('or.. II. II. Xkkf's name, at his re
quest, U U:un out of tin4 aiiintnH'iitM
uimle frhiiu and (Ion. Stone, ami ly
mitlmrity w iunrt Col. I. I (iray's
with (I n. Stom.
.1. H. (JOODIUCIT, (Vm. C. C.
TO TJ IF, POLIOS!
IM every Cnion man heat the IN11
SECOND TUESDAY I.N OLTODCR.
No Flection ever transpired that
was of such vital imiortnnce to (ho
iw the prc.-cnt. The Johnson men
aver that there will le
Another bloody war
If we do not give them the
We think a lb-publican success will
prevent n war.
W. U. Simition la-. so!d his saddle
nnd bnriM'rs establishment to S. P.
P.radhury, of Kiehmond. Mr. Ik will
sxn remove to this plaee.
Stmvks and Timvakk nt Fisher
Cbatlie's 1 1 an I ware Store.north side of
the piiblc .HjlKre. Ill-2t.
CoU M. li. Milli:: has di-josid of
his business iioue, n the north side of
the pMOlie ytiare, to John Dnvjs.
Foi: viry ebeap gMl of all kinds,
go to Iloutli Ä lkmni-ter's.
X.vMi; (Inow. During th war we
t :Ued the rebels "Johnnies," but since
the Philadelphia Convention wc call
them Johnson Iben.
Foil high colors in Indie's dress goods,
go to llouth & Jlanniter's.
Ciiktit Cot'HT is now in session
Colgrovc on the Ketu h. There is n
Srr.KNDil silk finished drawers nnd
undershirts at Koutli fc lkuinistcr's.
I'NION MKCTIN tliss Tliurslay
nicht at link's Hall. (Jeiieral Stone
and Colonel I. P. Cray will nddres
tin meeting. Let all come out. The
Jnv..s ,nd String Hands will lo pres
ent, l'iie AL'rk nftcr the s)eakin
T.AM To Gl'V ATTKNTION.-Tf We
tell you of sometln'i.,: that is of inter-
xt to you wc knov you th:uk us.
Wrll, we dcire to s;iy that J. A. Uut-
lerflcld & Co.'-., tnu-ic store at Indi
nnapolis U the hoti-e to bu.v mu-a al
in-tnnnent. They keep among others
Ihe eelebr:ted Sterk Piano, Mason fc
Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, beside all
other kindsof instruments!!! demaml.
Send your onler there, or go liretly.
They will Ik found at 22 West Wah
A iui stn k of new goods just re
ceived at Mayer's.
John Ross' tine brick business
hnuo is ready for the plasterers. The
second story is for a hall. A dramatic ;
corps lias engngeti n tor me ecw ut
A vkkY heavy tx-k of new gxds
Just receives I at llouth & Rannister's.
Mu. 1 I. Davis nnd Lidy, are here
on a bridal tour from Mankato, Min
nesota. Salt cukkk was n a Ivndor last
Tuesday. It was higher than it has
Isen for ten years. It cut all kinds of
pranks with the fences and other prop
erty of our peaceable nnd quiet citl
7ciis. As the (Irnnd Jury l In session,
we suggest th;d it be Indicted for tre
pass. Tnr; be;iviit fall of rain that we
have had for years, fell hereon Mon
day night and Tuesday Inst. If the
mln wa-s general, immense damage
must U" the result.
Mr. Ukynolrs, of HagtTstown, n
practicing attorney, isaNut to take up
lib re?M nee In Wiiuhe-ter.
Killed. Mr. John Mill-s vrho re
nMctl near Maxvllle, forne six miles
west of thU place, was accilentlyfho
nnd kille! on HatunLiy, the 14th Inst.,
by Mr. Jacob Thornton, a young man
in MillV employ. It appear., from the
information we have r?ccived of tliU
Kid nirhlr, that Thornton nnl Mill
were tnprther at the barn, ami that
yotins Thornton, by request of Mr
Mill., wax going through the manual
of arm-, withaloalel mukct, lolonf;
irifT to the latter, nnd the pm, by somo
rnfan, wai d I. chartred, the contents
entering the head of Mill.-, killing him
Mr. Mill leaves a wlfo nnd several
children, leIdes many warm friend",
who mourn Iii4 untimely death. Mr.
Thornton, we aro Informed, U sunder
in great mental di-stresfl on account
of Iii lx.'iri the Innocent cause of this
sad catastrophy. Indeed, it I said that
hi mind ilnleri ng ujon distraction
Thir distressing afl'air should serve as
a warning In future to all, m too much
care can not le exercised in the hand
ling of fire a nm.
Mr. Mill was an honored mcmlicr
of the I. (). (). F., nnd he was burled
on Sumhry la-t ar-conling to the custom
ary uaj:es of that Order. The attend
anre at the funeral is said tohavelnxn
the largest ever before witne-sel in this
part of the country.
If you wish clothing at eot, go to
Mayer's cheap dry goods store.
Cooking Stoves. We are using in
our family n cooking stove which wc
purchased at the store of Fisher de
(Jhallee, and which, fur cooking and
baking purines, we think has no su
perior in the town. They still have
some of tin same kind for sale.
lli.ANK Notjx. llusiness men and
others, wUhhig to procure a Very neat
ly printed article of blank notes, tire
requested to call at the jewelry store of
Him. If. Lucas, post otllce loom, and
examine a lot which he has just re
ceived. They arc bound in a substan
tial pasteboard covering, and are prin
ts! on a superior quality of paper.
Sai i:lt Tjiue. "In the midst of
life we arc in death," says an old prov
erb, and we were never more impres
sed with the truth of this proverb than
on Tuesday afternoon last, when a
Justice of the Peace of our town
jasscdour otlicc, on his way to the
country, to joun a young couple in the
holy linds of wedlock, nnd taking
with him a ityßn!
Sciroor. Hooks. Sim. H. Lucas has,
in connection with Iiis jewelry store, a
large stock of school looks, embracing
all the standard looks now used in our
schools; and U'ing desirous to close
out his -tw-knowon hand, with a view
of retiring from that branch of trade,
he is selling fchool 1ooks atgrcntly re
duced figures. (Jive him a call, at the
UicADi.nv'seliptlc duplex hoop skirfs
of the I est quality, at Mayer'n dry
. ('öl M. 1. Mxi.LKit has purchased
the lotof KaysirÄ Kelbron which
their shoe shop stands, on west side of
the public square. The shop will be
removed shortly to a lot on "shoemak
ers' row," on Meridian, horth, of Wash
ington street. Col. M. intends build
ing a brick business house on the Kay
ser A Keller lot.
Isaac Si iaV is erecting a shoo shop
on "shoemakers' row."
Xkw (jiKK'Kuir.s. Way & Stake
bake are receiving a splendid stock of
groceries, direct from the city, which
they pmjKKp to sell very cheap. Wc
advise our friend to call nnd examine
their new stock. The proof of the
truth "of a thing is trying, so wc say
go and try. You need not buy unless
O.v Tiir. Hami: Uoad. It is the pride
of ioIiticKins to be able to say they
are still walking in the old Iwaten
track, advocating the same principles.
Well If this is good for ioIitieians it
ought to be good for business men. So
we say for Tripp A Laurence that they
still sell splendid groceries at cheap
price, so go arid see liow cheap goods
Ilo-A ! Ho-A. ! Here's where I want
to stop ! This is where the farmer
1mvs ftll groceries ! Well, then, that's
the place for me. I always had n good
feeling for Hiatt fc Kinncar, nnd th
fact that they were raised on a farm,
makes me sympathize with them. You
Hiy they sell cheap. Well, that suits
me. Honest men, did you Kiy ? That's
till U tter. I'll trade there.
Nkw Stock ok Qui:i:.nswake.
Thomas A Son have just received a
new stock of qitcenswarc, larger than
heretofore kept by them. They in-
vite every IkmIv to call and examine
their stock and prices. They continue
to keep n p?" assortment, in connec
tion with their heavy stock of groce
ries, which wc are authorized to say
will Ik? sold a3 cheap as nt any house in
the town or county-
THCditTerent classes of the M. H
Sabbath-school were re-arraugeil, ami
other I miHrtant changes in the school
were made on lat Sabbath. Tlie at
tendance generally is large.yct there is
room for more. Parents, send in your
MonmTOW. We vitedthi place
la-st week, and were agreeably surpri-cd
to llnd our friend, Henry Jncob, in the
.irvwJ rrorerr and loot and sImm
j V r
trade. We have the assurance of Mr.
Jaeolw that he Intend. to Ml a little
cheaper than any of hN ncighlorj.
We recimimeml him to all ho wih
Nr.w ipoih at Kouth& KanuMcrV.
The Tcxnpernnce Picnic at Farm
land, on Saturday last, was a very
pleasant affair, an J passed off In the
most agreeable nnd satisfactory man
ner. Mr. 8taggf of Indianapolis, Dr.
. Simmons nnd Capt. W. D. Stone,
of Lmon City, were the speakers, n
IF. I). Huffman, Chaplain. The ad
dresses were all good, and the only ob
jection we had to the. whole day' pro
ceotlings was the uLatö'of the atmos-
phefv, whioh was a little too oxd to bo
pleasant in the shade, änd there were
not enough people in attendance, which
was probably owing to two causes
the busy season, nnd want of , timely
notice to the people in some conspicu
SrvniiAi. communications were left
over till next week, for want of room.
CARPKTS AND FURKISHINrj OOOIA
We take great )le:vsure In referring
our readers to the house of Van Aus-
dal, Harmon A Co., of Dayton, Ohio.
They have just received one of the
h rgvst and most , complete . fbicks of
carets and furnishing goods ever
offered In Dayton. Tlie stock consists
of the finest English and American
patterns. Mattings, rugs, wall papers.
.vihdow paicrs, sheeting and pillow
casings, Irlih linens, window bhade,
table and pianoo covers, carpet warps,
cotton yarns, etc.
These goods will be sold at New York
prices. Re sure to call at this house
when you visit Dayton. They can be
found on Main street. We would re
fer to their new advertisement insart-
For the Journal.
There will Ik; preaching at W. 12.
Wilmore's on Friday evening the 28th
of the present mouth, (September,) and
will continue throughout the ensuing
Saturday ami Sabath, at the Rriek
School house near Ed. Wright's. El
tler Dean, Rupe and Hodges, have
promised to be present W.
Statioxkky. J. E. Williamson has
just received at the Post-oillce a com
plete stock of stationery, etc. His
stock embraces all articles in that de
partment of trade. Enveloies of all
sizes, colors and styles ; writing paper
of every grade and variety, and, in
fact, he has an excellent assortment of
every thing in that line, to which the
attention of the public is invited. He
also has received, direct from the pub
lishers, a good assortment of novels,
novelettes, magazine., nntVa variety of
other literary and miscellaneous read
ing matter, varying in price from ten
cents to two dollars each.
Tub wet season sliouM U suflicient
to make every man in favor of under-
draining: his land or town lot. It is
ike bread cast upon waters to be
gathered many days hence; and those
who try it will reap a rich reward.
We advise our readers to po and fM
nmc of the hriek tiling, of Martin,
Sonders & Co., ar1 try it.
JVVi: are . all a hand of hrotl.er?.
nian-hin to W. K. Way t"c Co.'s
ncery to et some of his cheap
Timm Is. That is a mighty good place
lo po and get what yon want, for they
keep such articles then?. We have
several times tried it ourselves when
we had money, which, by the way, is
an awful good friend of ours, and we
have learned by experience' that he
has good eredit nt Way's; that lie call
get good cheaper than any thing else,
(io and try it.
tt lb Journal.
irTmari 13, 1C8.
James G. llricc, Ks(j., paid our town
a visit Wednesday lat, stpping over
night. Mr. It. was recently from Cin
cinnati, and ha.s boc:i rusticating in
Tlie walls of the new sehool-houc
are up, and the roof is heilig p:it on.
The housn will be finished In time for
the Winter school.
Lynn has a god .S'abbatllvehool,
well organized with nfaithfulj cnicient
corps of teachers, male and female.
No celebration is talked of, but some
thins f tlie kind will most likely take
place before the ca.-on for Mich occa
sions has passed.
K. Newbcru has opched a neu' har
ness ?hop here.
An accident occurml here on Tues-
lay lat to a little dang! iter of Mrs.
Montcith. She playfully grabbed at
a pitchfork held by her sister, and ran
one if the sharp prongs through her
hand, lnllictinga severe wound.
Mr. IJefJraftV railroad Contractor,
while at Richmond on Monday last,
wa seized with a severe attack of chol
era, nnd slight hopes were, at last ac
counts, entertained of his recovery
('apt. May was in our town one day
last week. The Captain i a true ln
loti man, anl rather than tlie South
shall rule this (iovrrnnipnt and train2
pie on Union men, he is rf ndy to "boul
der his musket and take the Held again.
M. A. Reeder was in town Thursday
last, attending to business conneeted
with his contract. He Is making prep
arations for getting out a large number
of ties in this vicinity. 1
It lias rained the most of the werk,
delaying the farmers in their work iff
Ruiucivs has been quite brisk the two
pat weeks. One firm, in particular,
made ates in one day ami'Mtin.g to
:.JH). lrctty good for Lynn. We are
coming out of the wilderness. Kvetl
now we, in Imagination, ecethc tminkc
and catch the sound of approaching
trains. These having arrivnl in due
time, will give to our town a new im
IHtu, I roth in growth aud busitier,
that will entitle it to a place in the gal
axy t old Randolph bantlcr.
All kinds of Blanki for sale fit
this office. .
WINCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL
Will open at the Seminary and North VTtrd
lco0D Monday, Seyteatr 3, 15&fr &nd
SJatino ten weeks.
TUITION TER TERM:
OrthogrtpliT, Firt, Second, Third
Headers, ml Firft, Mental Arith
metic '. $3 Otf
Mental Arithmetic, (1 prt,) Writinjr,
Fourth ReJtr and Primary Geocra-
rhr -4 00
Written r.d lüfber Mental Aritb- .
metic, C5eo?rarhy,. English (ram-
map, anl Modern Hifltory C 00
Algebra, Tart lt, Element of Nat-
oral Philosophy aril PliywulopT. . . . 7 00
litcher Mtthemaiica and r.nelish
JlraocLea 8 00
Incidental fee. ...... 30
Ilook-kerpinj, single and double entry,
will be taught.
Tuition pyabto at lha mMile of the
No deduction for abMBC,eicrt in case
of protracted sickntM.
August 30, 1GG. J. S YJIÜKIS.
Good Jean Will Sell!
AVfviii p Wpnrinv I f..V. .r.
prepared to do any amount of weaving. We
11 Ko fiifnlnh wnrn t iSma .n k.
- -. wm VJ .
boticht in Randolph conntr. Wnrn for nle
to those who wish to do their own weaving.
Stocking yarn, jeans n.l dan net al com
and fee. (turrettson's and Mendenhall's
ITnd booms we will f urn US. witS M r,
cessary instructions, on terms that cannot
i . . . : . r A v. . . ,
IBll IU pnii.lj HUT VHC IUI WDIUJ n fJOfHJ
Loom. Cll anJ see us we.-ire, next door to
Carter's Blacksmith shoo. Sinirle rn.
nd wool wsnted. J. RICHARDS.
Aug iGih IsCC.
Werden it Sumtvalt have a3 nice
and complete a stock of Rooks,
Stationen. Photosrranh Alburns.
Gold Pens. Paper Hangings, itc., aa
caw he found in the city, and custo
mers aro treated with such courteny
and politeness as to render it a real
pleasure to trade there. Oire them
a. call. Home Mxitor.
Headquarters lor Medical RooIcp,
Gold Pens, Wall and Window Paper,
Shades, fec, at Werden Sc Sumwalt's
No. 20, East Washington Street, op
posite Glenn's Rlock!
We would cordially recommend
Messrs. Werden k Sumwalt, fsucceMora to
Werden Si Co., Booksellers and dealers in
Wall Paper, aa desirable parties for our peo
pie to trade with. They have all kinds of
Hook, Albums, I hotoßraph of all the
popular Generate, 0 old' Pen, Pocket Hooka,
Station nrr, &c. Their buflinesa place is
opposite (VlennV iHock.
j. a. nuTTrnriri.D s co.,
WttOtKHltl 1ÜD ItTAIfc
DEALERS IN MUSIC,
Ü4TI CtMOTIt TO
Urowiing &. SIrtnn'a )!! tnnL
No. 22 Wwt WaVhinoton St.,
Where Xhfj IU found fa! ti attewd to
old euntmri, and a jnanr nw oni aa
will faTcr Ihom with a rail.
Thej are now frcr'.tln daily frm te Kat a
trg9 aiortmoat of
Violim, Aocordcons, te.
TIir.Y ALWAYS RrcElVE THE
I.ATKST Mi:.slC AS SOON AS
And prompt!! oriCfird to r?.y address
on receipt ff the market price.
TQ-fr an n, r ?'r rtf Muslf, or aay
Ihinj in the mtti. liH a ldrM
j. a. nuTTi:itrii:Li) k co.t
55 tf Irtflarapcl., Indiana.
z. at. nrs,
R. KOS ESTHAL,
n.4YS, ROSENTHAL & CO.,
Manufacturers and TTholewle Ielers In
No. Ol SOUTH .MERIDIAN ST
.VD.1 SA rOLIS, .YD.,
And Manufactory No. 143 CLtmbers Street,
and 131 Readc Street, New York.
May 10, 1HG. n!5 tf
NEW HARDWARE STOHE.
FISHER dc CHAFFEE,
Doalars in all kinds of
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
-iii .i - - - - i
SO.IWJE TIMING .VJ3I
IX WINCHESTER, INDIANA.
TELL EVERY TODY THAT
BALLENGER k MULLEN,
HAVE OPENED A
Near the nailrond Depot.
Where thej will knep constantlj on hand a
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Of the I.ntekt Style nnd Dent Mnterinl
Tbe f ln or ?fn-r !1,cr,?;,;nlrJ- We
will ?cll n cheap if not a little cheaper
than any other establishment this side of
Cincinnati. Wc Are manufacturing from
the best material. All that is necessary is
for tou to call and examine orr stock before
luring elswhere, as we know we can suit
In tagte and Ftyle, ns well an priccK. You
enn buy at from one dellar.'to a thousand
articles sucL as
IJurcnn, Cupbonrdsnfe, Tnhles,
Jt.mds, Iiedstead bup-proof, on which the
lenst child about the house can sleep at the
rate of 15 miles per hour, J Iunes, Cribs
not foreofn, but for juvenile humanity,
Chairs, Sofas that you can tdt on until din
ner is ready. Center aud Dining Tables (
Old Furniture Itrpnired, nrul New
Jtlndr I Order.
MILLER & GABLE
HAVE OTENED A
IEW DRUG STO
Where they are Receiving
A StTPKRIOR ASSOUT.Mi:.T OF
FOR MEDICINA1 PURPOSES.
And all other articles pertaining lo
E'tfccUl attention will be riten to hat?
every article of as pood quality a repre
r.ted. find in T.o inHnnce will anr tliirc be
pot up that is of doubtful or sophisticated
$1.500 PER YEAR.
We want acert TrTwhfre to pell our
mrr.nrn Sewing Michinrs. Tlirre
new kind. Tiiter and uppr feed. War
ranted fire years. Above Salary or larpr
commissions" paid. The o!.t machines fld
in the United Statt for lest than II",
which arcufy Hernie hy Ilotrr, Vkrtr
tV S'ilon, firnrtr Ptker, Sin;tr V Co.,
and lljc.i'lucr. ah out macutnea are in
frinvmentu and the flirt or ur are Hall
to a'rrr$t,ßn' and imftitinmmt. Illustra
ted circulars senlffe. Address, rr csll ur
n Shv k Clark, Kiddf ford, itaiae, or
AT XTO. r,
CoxisUiinj in Part, ol
Dress Goods, t
RooU and Shoes.
Hats and Caps,
Coal Oil, c, ,tc.
CALL Alt D nXA.MINi: OUIt STOCK.
37-tf J. & R. II. MORROW.
A. lt. II I A T T,
North side of the Public Square,
AT THOMAS WARD'S OLD STAND,
W IXC HESTER
"Who has not lost a friend ? "
The nnderf lned have now a l arge rand better
American and Kalian Marble
Than ha ah rHtoforeben offered int hi vicinity
i bote woo i Die d a erecting
or Grave Stoncs
In memory of their lred departed, watild do
GIVE US A CALL.
Terms reasonable. Call and examine.
We are ationrieadtnrt attrar.f ornithine
riate Roof,atriasnabteprlre. The tnperlor
Ityof iMate overallother materlalfor Koefflnr
Istoowell establithed to require an argument
in Ita fa fir, an.J thnse who Intend building
w til find a Slate Roof to be the
Best and cheapest Roof now in use
Fatlmata madeor auilnformttfftrrelallveto
thehuslnencheerfalljglveD b j addreaalngoi
I). E. Ilür r MA Ut.,
nor ly Winchester .Ind.
South tide of the Public Square
Clocks, Watches & Jewelry,
Gold Pens and Pencils,
GOLD RINGS, &c,
WALL PAPER, i
AND WINDOW SHADES,
A LARGE STOCK OF LXKS,
Of all Viiu!-. Also,
LADIES' TOIM7! POWlinRS AM)
ha i it dvi, inc.
$90 A IVIONTII !
AfiEN'TS wauted far ' "trli rn
ertitU. i'ito'it. Are'O. T.ARE V,
j bu.ldin-, Biddtford, Me. ltia
t;ix: mi.sical vmiTOß:
sic and Musim! IMmtturc. Ltmxl
on the first r.f each nmnth, 1V J. A.
llutterjtild d (b., Indiana Ais t In
ilüuut. TtiC museal u.itGr,M cor.ta'ni cicH
month, a Muiral stort; tnonthW rerorr
of Muical NfM, at home and abroad; a
monthly bulletin of New Music and Eooki;
fr-m three to four pa-es of choice New
Muie, vocal and in'trumcnttl, prepared
with especial refcrer.ee for ue in the home
circle, (worth. In each nuashcr, fr.m 30 to
4 ) C(iit,) btsiJea articles onrtnastcal topics
of intcrot to chorister, trachrrs and pu
pil, selected atd prepared fur ita eolutnLi
One copy, ptr accun, in ajrar.ee, $ M
Sir copies, ' 20
Ten, 4 DO
Twcutr ; JO
lUck numberr sirp!!c! Addrest.
J. A. DL'TTEKFIKU) & CO..
4ftf Indianapolis, Ind,
The advertiser, haring been restored to
health in a few week bj a rerj aimplercm
edr. after having suffered for aerrral rrara
w ith a revere lung affection, and that dread
disease. Consumption is aniioui to rnaVe
known to hit fellow -jufferer1 the meant f
To all who delre It, he will tenJ a copy
of th prescription tied (free of charge',
wi:h the directions for preparirg and oaioff
tha same, which they will find a Seat Crta
fr Consumption, Athma, Uronchiti,
Cold, and all Throat and I.nofc Affect'on.
The oi.lj object of the advertiser In arndin
the prescription is to beneSt the aJSictfd,
and spread Informations which he conceive
to be invaluable, and be bope etery aoffer
er will try hit remedy, as it will cost tbeni
nothing, and may prove a blesing.
Parties wishing the prescription, ratt, by
return mail, will pleas ddrre
Rtcr. EDWAItD A. WILSON",
Williamsburh. Kings Co., Kew Vork.
March S, 1?C&. SrlT.
FUR NT UR E,
LKKmsDoitrrn & Armr,
unrsiCTrtr is or
FURNITURE &, CHAIRS.
TerFor. wishing to purchase
Good and Substantial Furniture,
Will please gtte us a call, at we are snre
that you will be satisfied, and that you can
not better yourselves anywhere else. We
keep constantly on band a good assortment of
T A R L E S ,
Etc., Etc.. Lie.
COME ONEi COME ALL!
And see our stock before purchasing else
where. East side of Public Square.
Winchester, Ind. t3-19
CELEBRATED MAOIC OIL,
Warranted In easn of Hhenmatlsin, KauralgU, HreLtc!
The Best and Cheapest none and CattTo
Medicine ln the World!
Vd OirtfMghnMt thn Unitd Atat and Cam
0 ados during ttm tost US y "".
lor the core of tho rMlona Dlaeaiea to ,bli
HoraeAnnd Cttlft are eanirot; euch as
Founder, rnstmrrt ITlde llound Ixw r
fit Arpt'tltes, Inward Htralna. Ttellowl
Water, Flat ala, Foil Evll.rVratchewor
Greae, Manic Inflammation of th c
F.ve. nl Fatlano from Hard Labor: v
also, Itlienmatlam, (commonly called
RtlfT complaint!, which rrovea fatal to so
man? valuable horses In this country, f
'SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER
ITm the Iarrst sale rf any ifJTsa and Cattle M3
Mri 1n ttil crmntrjr. It Ii ewnp"! of rr xA rU,
and fr miMn-", affty, eValnty a4 tbomoh
stand r-re-mlnently at tb head cf the llftcf
aal Chft't Muwt.
It mrrloe off all grm immwi. tirernte lt"r- frrf
hrininK etlfl er wirv1rlDc. Jnr B" MoM, Ivmtm
the skin, anl tffsi It a nmmh an1 tf'"! arirrar
rlMutM tha water anl.itr-aKthens erery Xr f üiä
body. It In al a Mf anl rwtala fm4y ktr rrmla
a4 cullwhlcb generate so many Mai djee
The Ow reinir to ! or rl" sn lae
f,f fnr.t to nsake hr fat tlia 1 w crat K
t at to keep cp a rpilar ayretlon ef niUk, and aU
ewDfri of eowewlll tn4 by tfrint. them
SLOAN'S CONDITIO?" POWDERS
twie a weH, a lern Increase in jnantlty end ality
ef mülc H mam. It earrire o3 all feer and Jrr.;Tjr
ttMof tna Hont. The efTet in eti throegbi tif
sea 't ty a rlfh ao4 abtinflant Co tf rni'.k.
The farrer U lcinnlnj to be aeare ( the Taicalle
FrFYti (4 Mmn'i Condition I'onder, la
tremotiDR the n-nlltlnn "(hU aop enl prtittr
Bar. ii lie dlwuM f f all the domMticated animal
-A trie ent Tr.f ef KlAan rnd!tli
Ireffdrr'rnt lefcatrrl fe1H W tt- thaa a
rihol rf corn to ftt a W, and U a eertaln
Ureef II" Cholera, Kind EujTa, okT
fntnmoB amixij bf. -
rlTIOX- T rrftteet etrael-w and tba rrff
from t-einr vyn ty twtMen lmltat. th
raln will r the fu! timik aitituie i the r
yrletort n the wrajpr. '
TRICE 25 1 M CTS. TTT. TACTLMT. ?1
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