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i a. 4. H4itt. 1 WINCHESTER JOURNAL, run mid hui thi imhi r Ots inar on Jrar. ...... ....... T s.uir r Viuari.tr colamn ... .... ... Hftlf Calais a vn frf... ii. ..Ir-. . m. rf ..... $7 CT 14 to T 3 INCHE nn E 4 ' ... t- K i aß r" w ho Advertise la the Journal. 0. ill J er of tt. Coni.!. Clrtli. PuM.-hcl In V. trrhatr.ttr'.ttt r 3,u u.1 at..lts.ta. ami Csi.tj ScaVol Kuao.t . JOB XMXr TIN O- CflTry t!"Tlptt P,n4tly pr.iirj.tlf! cut I. Urk fr..m II trt.of 4 tamir frpvlrV.lT .'Cll'-l. Trim- I t!ti iptitin. In I ln . . I ! t V A i lit ch I tl iU i ) r ai . . .I V 6fc I-Iolcl Fast To That "Which Is Good. 5 M'litrittui: nu mm: joiiivw.. rj. ..!, OilUe : ( Vr. M lidum aid Washington .trr-l", over National Hank. VOL. I. vi('iii:Ti-:it, IMUAAA, tu citsii a y, jim: IJ70. AO. s50. m riLi OXTRNA business Oircctcrr. DANK. 1,1 ICr THN.I. IIA Mi i.f Win ctfr. IikImik, .N.'Hi. Lt crmr i,i VV . in ti. Alt ri-ii-i. -trt t link' In 1. if 'J .N.luir M I . .-"lutif , I'rr-.i.Jr Lt. I.i-c kt , Ci-iii r. PROF ESSXNAL. "fri.i riti IOMvM, Attrnrt at jf I I. w . i It' I Kltr Au'll t, Win tlifli r, rilll.. l-'tltljltt,ll.., n . t i ('.l irili ii n! ni-rnrii' tt clmo j. r i,i (' .lr .M.iltr'a nt L'ii!l tin. , ii : !Iit . CUIi:r:Y U Atf..rpiyi t l i , V i.r !ifir, I uh 1.4 . h!i-rinl tttlt iitioli I'hlh til tilt Col W Clll'li HI. J ? t- c iriii ' C'Iiiii". iß Ft' nr. uvt.it ywii uows st oni:. n'MDVVi: V IM! AI II Altomrj nt Li, Winrhr.trr. Ir lii' i. lil If -t i it. , t ii. ! II k tri.) of .N'.'tnr .l 'Miiii-, ill frr.itf prtni;r n 1 1 rli I i'ifi . O Cf lif t r in iir 'ri k block. iai.'tf I '"67 BIIU IMM'ft V k Min. Attorn?. t I4iw, Wutrlif ti r, I rt i ti . Will itltrt.U r.iiiiil' w l'nlln tiou in! II b'l'iiie inmli J to Iiih cure. Otr.re uj t4ir in N ill. in ) IUnk Iltiildii c . t hinl door frm thr corriir. v tn Tt f ," V, ,s v i:VXM,H. AM.rnf (. V Lw and r.'dd Shitr- Cliirn A ir 1 t . . V inclit .it r. Ii,linii. Cie ii)e cil itrniinM t evil ' l i" ti.. PHYSiCIAriS. C1 HO. Iii: I l' I'. AI. I.. I'MmiUii I" ii t Sareuii. W i nr hi t i r , Ii ili .iiu, l.-.tiri. Iii proiv.ioiitil ervic- l liir c i 1 1 xe I- l U nit niniir nl vit'itiitt. ( I.: At tin U-i.lriMi, con. ii ol .Mm aol S.t itn irrrt. llir lorinrr reileuct ot Dr.KrriUM.ti. .7 II Ti:MM , M. II., MiTiri.u 41.1 Siif-i-i i.. V ii 1 1, it r . IiHitniiH. Ttii.l'r t-r..ly. m il irnnri ! II vilit-l. vf hi. iir.in mi.i mi i i I i mill). Oitl. i. .i.-r Hut-r Ur i st. i e. K .i lctif i) cii M.r.tiit si..... Si. K. 4 I'ultli. lilt. J. I. TIIO.M I'MI.N CURdKOX DKNT1ST. Win. I,, .fir. In- ij -liiii, rru 1 1 ItiiU i this lop sirio I t tlie trpl t4 ICaNoulf.lt m ii i'ji-i i. rMintn i. ((Tii r, F.it hr ol ln- hi is'iniri, ovir KirliiiiUui- iL Iii hi.s' S'ii t , i hr'f Ite i .r t . ir il to iil(.lDi II k tl 1)1 lrlit ll e'r rti'li. Ii I 7 Dr. It. Ii. EIKENIjERY, ritAiTit im; riivifiAN, AT IIIM VI I.l.t;, IMHA.SA, Informs lb e-tiii of Uial Im e n-l IHpiij tbl ht l ra I now aixl a l I I Ii me l.i .ro in le I II call tu bit bii.tiief . I'h&rgs. rea.'tnabte. I " -tl. VR. E. T. DAILY, Physician and Surgccn, Itidev illc, Indiana. pron-.ptl itiriikird to tj Jjj or aiglit. Mmy j. l- . II Dr. R. D. IIOHVIEIj, Eclectic Physician & Surgeon, K.irrful I kii'lc r hi -rotc.l iia I t r m r til Id- I'lUit'iK ol Fair ie ari liclnit). lit illie il iiit'ir.i in i. i'lir.inu' IMo-(i. an. I . I ea of Im .lire.ll rg .. anl Ke. ( all iritwiilt er.- l n i h t r I a . i'liarer no l.-rati. l'oi .tllali'Mi. iri-e. MiiiiiHitiMiaivi rtimiiw, mo. ! .1-11 io it . H. S. CUNNINGHAM) M. D. Wiihri to inform the puhi ic that be pT -. it altri.tioii tu 32 ve nud 3i!:ir Surorv nl SUi:!ERV in cri.,r4l. Those ho have CfOSS CyOS or dcfoi mltiis ot ni rlirct r, gi in- a call. AIo attrn- tioiipn jii the Dial.tJicj ijumiuoo tu ihr coui.tr j. Oihv or KutiarJsou'i Store. Kfsi dnicr tin K.t r-rt. Juuarj 'JO. I?T0. lEPTCAL, DR. HENftY CARVER. farmirly of llcenamy. WayntCointi InJ.. oT.m Iii prfefesji'jual strvict? iu the prac tice of mm f-ffeB fSV' a . nt'wwr-m.' .tl I.IIII lAlt V to the citir.enof Winchester nd siiirrouti diB country. From hi. I rtur counec t'otii wit'i the P.Cnic iiistituiioii ot the Lot, anJ hit extensive pr.ictice in the W'e.t, he hoe t merit a share of Dubhc puri4ie. Pirtio'jlar attention paid tt CHROMIC DISEASE of II k'qd. lie hsi aajocutcd with him io Drai-tic DR. J. M. CARVER, a riduite of I'fMiison 1'idrersilj and Stirling Medical Col'ep, Ohio. orKICE llr.r Kouth & Diunlster' tore, iroiit loom. Wmcbeler. lec y, UCJ. l50 HOTELS. BAlLiiY HOUSE, Ritlgcvitlv, intliana. H. T. DAI LEY. Proprietor. Good Accommodations for trjTeh r and Boarders. '.-nil TKEMONT HOUSE. yfjrth"Eat Cor. Mitin and Fjth Sis., blfllUAVn I' a. a ax-. ' Kicnvto.xn. ixui.t.vt. l'are Rrdaced toTwo Dollar per Day. JOHN ELLIOTT, Proprietor ijiJi AVENUE- HOUSE, FORr WAYNE AVENUE, OjrnIt I t'liiwa Or pol. Eichmond, Ind. (1 ITH ENS ; RICK, rroprietor. Jalj , .. 1,631 NATIONAL HOTEL. WINCHESTER & SAPr, PROPIfS. Dirailf aoaUk aAj j,,. Culon Depot, INDIANAPOLIS. ISD. C IX. VTi -curjrt. W. D. Satt, MISCELLANEOUS. J. S. WAY, liOUSE & SIGN PAINTER am) nri;it iiam.lk. All t't'i ivv.t rrn rtlf anl in the ht(?t i,2 U. . . ..!.. MUi.W.illi.J 1 A. R. HIATI VARD c niATT, In. ( u Hall lllot'K, North siilo I'u tl ir Ntmrr . iurhtcr. I ml . . r. iieT(i.J u. I.. HfAHToM. HCASTON 6: BROTHER, C I T Y I LL S, WINCHESTER, INDIANA, Dealer. 1 1. K l-u r a ml 1 1 k I ikN of (iriln, Seed, Ac. Vf . Wo 'y Ihr hl(rlirt J riet . We lt r by tu barrel. ('ril wiio.1 wmird. nil ly M'KEW &, WHARTON, RID3EVILLC, INDIANA, l-lf i in all kin. I. jf GKAIN' SEED, Salt. ol nn 1 A'ficultural Inij loiiienU .I.ilL, HOWARD & C1TJCER, Jr., GUN-SMITHS, TWO MILKS SOUTH OF FA I! Ml. A XI), IXDrAXA. A 1 1 wor k wn rra nlfil- Work ! 1 1 i 1 1 ' f' n t if.i),r. ( "hrgt- iiiixlffate . "i'.'tl-f C. M. BORROUGKS, ajüVEItY&FElED STATiLli:. Kinr IJ'.rn nr.. I Ctrriis o let. On Main, ju.t Not th of Franklin tritt. Ii l?tf EAGLE SHOE STORE. W. 31. FISH lilt, iirAi.iit im Boots ife Slioes, II at n, I'Mjis, .-Mtlier nud I indiums, RIDCEVILLE. INDIANA. AM) Taught by .11 r. W. K. PORTER. I.riooni on Piiino, Melorleon nml Orjran. Full iimtruttioii in tlu.ro'i-li Ht-a. Lauü scttH, Ori 1-11 t'il and (I reci in P-iinfin?. For trrin;. lMjuire at the I'ost Olhce. Boots Shoes. CHRISTIATJ KAYSER, till r miiniio. iiitl.e Hoot anl Shi bnirie. it hi new ni.trtj. u .Mam street, two Uoor i)u;L of lh'at..ir .Mill, vi.M ii.sri:it, ini. Thank f..r .at f.ivor Iii) oM jatron anil iohriH I hi-in to coiiMiiue. AU inlle lew cm l-.iiier. t vhII ami !( Mi .tjle of work. Kor rht'itiie3 ai.U wrkiiiai.Ii j. Le van not be ex--t'lle.l. I13JII 5 i i V i ? Hf S jr t- .l ii DRESS MAKING, Of every description, neatly executed. Urs. C D. Sinilli, Up Stairs, fiiM Fluor, over Carter's old staud, west I'ublic (pinre. Winehrtter . Indiana. THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID F'JK II U M A N II AIR. lEclnmnd Engle, INSURANCE AGENT, W inchester. Ind., Insures property p:iinsi lo or damage b) Art atiJ lihtuing iu the following Com Ponies, viz: As-t. .IH NA, of ? trtford, Conn., $5,-52.532.90 Hartford. .d IlirtforJ, CudD. U.r.39.3? Home, ot New Y'ork 4.2 i:t.-J:4,&3 ..,..r;tv nf '. Vf.rli 1 'lllt 'Ui'l 5i1 iTnderriters Agency ot N. Y. 3y tß.5ö5',24 I I i iKierrurr.s .riirjtii ... i . rv lern, ot n.itT4lo. N. Y. . 6I4.2-.is.37 Connecticut Mutual Lire,.... 2.'0,MK.(tl I'rivelers Lite and Acri.'ent, l,.Sol.(H0 h'lectic Life, uf .New York,.. iI(M..fHHJ Ar. you Insured? Il not, why not The : co m iriiiin ieiH.s ire .lanu-erou.-. jt r iir. -j rner .lernuaa tau oouiu street?, with W. D. Frasec. Jutj IS.lsiii- tf UNIONSPORT Woolen Mills! We taVe tMa mftho.l t iHf .rm thf pihhr that, h i uff j.tt ft tiaAf.l Ihf alte facto r . w a re n" pr.-j.ar-. 1 t. .! all kin.l of W.1ii inauufactu riii( .in t It . r l tiiu- an.i i n 1 i j le. no Li, c.iiiDi.Ya. Hltinf .urnxl th ff Tiff, of a No. I Roll l ar-lfr. r prrareU t.j ar.aul all ork ii, lui line. SPINNING. Mr. Kl.lH'T SMITH Uenftsed tn .Io iurpin ii nie j a n.l r" i n- au tM . inner, j.e rf.-cl t irt c tice,e eij.cclto ba excelled t'jtonelutLl Srancboithetufiiir. IIa n ii f a ct if r j if sr. We a re feer-ar"! I dall kind of Vannfactu rim .in ca.oii. an.i hall arraul our ork it . . .... h i, m u ,d th Hi ii S 1. r Warn, tu teitiuaJ. Fulling, Coloring nnd Cloth Uresins. Work in thlil in e don a on t ort notice and in jf .,.! .ij . We tat aeeiired the ertlcei f.Mr.W. N. AIKtNs.atir.uffh workman in bo;h theory aul (.racttt-e. t" .ujrict rJfor us.ac J e f narai-t- atl work . W hive an er-fine tn eonnertloa with out lr,of.io a ball bt t ielajel, but ihallrua mgala&4 la If nctiary t Jota rk. Wood, Wool or W ool nrene taken in debases for W ork. oO.OOO lbs Wool Wanted rrwhlchib)fht price will be pal J I m Ch or infe. ..r ttiv tl tot t gtoi In ib count. Con.i.linr f )ri.tlnlt,mlmre and roverlctti, tUnkctt. p1tl4 fiktnclt.tt ct Irff yam, &r . Call r our rood. They peak fr thml,tvih tn quality and prle Weoi'tMkfirll the wortlnUU ted ad Jolalr r cou ittii, bat uld ak Hb rtl paOon- r. Tryia. HAKK1S. &. BOWhKK. Cftlonpirt, April. Isct. ii U'f Yf'll F KW KlI'RV AT f iiiir-i:..vititiitHi ii.tnk itniitiiiif. rhiid story, old Court lloom. trr-t , - j THURSDAY, : : ii'J, 1S70. MHHHBMMMMMHM .... . . ..... ... . . V,I.HIII."-IH ' II HF.'II.I 1 I . With the exception uf the Fifth, ! Seventh and Kleventh Di-tiirts, the Iji publican noininatioiiH in tliis Sfate are all made. Five i.nniio.l ions u re nui.ie last wetU. In the Firt Diti let - - - - - - v Capt. II. C. flooding is the nominee. !ut the pledges it ha made to the (.'apt. (iooding served during the war country. We have seen no cause for in one of the Illinois HeK'Irnents. was, Kepuhlicans to waver in their faith in a pood and brave Mddter and an 111- eientonictr. He is u br tlier of the redi uhtahle D.iid 8., the Democratic Grant redeeming hi promise to col nominee in the Fourth District, hut h jtrt t;t. revenues and reduce the jmhltc far hi uoeiior in iioint of a'i.ility. both ,1, !,t naturally exeites surpri-e in' the as a lawyer und puldic sneaUer, and Democratic mind, which has never has none of the low dcruagoguery tiiat refreshed with the si ectacle of u characterize Dave, his political rtconl Leii.ir Hear. The Ca ot. U our w arn. P peisonal friend, and we hope and he lieve that he will redeem his di-t.ict. In the Second District, Hon. (i.o. W. Carr, the iiomiue, i well and favorahlv known all over the State. i He Is of great persona! worth ahd popularity. Tin? Kepuhlicans of that District are hopelessly in the minority, hut will present an unbroken front to their opponents. Hon. Henry l. Pritehard is the nominee of the Third District. Mr.! lMs amitdsterof tlioi;aliiamanl of strong and vigorous mind as well asin hody. He has heen hk iitilu d! with the politics of his district for! several years, and is tbonnighly ac I quainted in every county iu his dis-1 tri. t. He will make a thoiotn;!. an- v,;ldwilldouhtiesshe.suece.,ful. Jud.e J. M. Wi.,onfof Cont.ersville, ii... i i.i: ii.i..i.. :.. it ma im 'iiwutaii L.iiiiuuaiu 411 uil Fourth District. The Jude Is a very popular man, unexceptional in his privateand public life. His opponents have selected (J. ruling. Andy John son's bottle holder, w ho Is pei.onaily iinpnpiilar, nml whose reeoid is so in. consistent, that the Jotie will "have clear sailing 11 In the .Sixth District the choice of the Republicans fell upon Hon. Moses F. Dunn. Mr. Dunn is a yo,.,. man, being only 2S years old. He will ,n . . make a strong canvass, giving the "tall sycamore," Voorhees, some t ouble to retain the seat so long di-, a a. graceu ny mm. i In the Eighth District, lion. James X. Tyner, present incumbent was re-i nominated by acclamation. His dec- iion isceriain. In the Ninth District we have Gen. sJhunks. our own John I't b-r Clover , . i i . w hose merits and dements were so thorotig'.ily cussed and dicu.sed dur- ing the canvass for the nomination last spring, that it's useless for us to sneak of him at h nirth. There w ere . o - - . some dinVrences among Itepuhlieans fj'forc bis nomination, but there are none noiv, and he will be again tri-i umphantly successful. J T.. tl. .. 1' ... 1 1. i; t:i Ar..! iivii! 1 in uieicum lernet, .Maj. nimns wa re-noruinallf althouoh there was a bitter opposition to him. His opponents withdrew from the Con- vetition, and nominated Gen. HascaU u-an indeiiendent caodi.late, w ho ac- elided nud promised a thorough can- vass. We fear this course of action may imperil one of the old reliable Districts of this State, and can but regard it as an unfortunate allair. The nominations are all good one, and it is hoped .Republicans will lay aside their personal feelings in these matters and work harmoniously fur the right. XLUSIMI-Mt CIIAM.E The Messrs. Douglas and Conner sold. their five-sixths intesest in the 1 to explain away the plain showing of ler Ountis fo load and kick for them Indianapolis Journal to L. W. Has-these figures. Some shrewd Demo- selves. sflman and W. P. Fishhack, on Satur-, me jm i. ii "'V, still retaining his interest. Whatevei may be said of the retiring proprietors, I .1.. .. 1 1. il. :...- r. . I ir,.lt.....n..lrnil. ft tlioir cwtt m.ital thot tlio it can not be denied that they made ' journai w hat it is, and to them is j the Iiepublican party of Indiana large- ly indebted for its success iu this State. Under the new management the usefulness of the Journal w 'ill still be. increased. In his Salutatory, the new editor, W. 1. Fishhack, Esi., says: "It is hardly necessary that the po-, litical complexion of the paper will be unchanoed. If our DemoeraJic friends have imagineil it to be a black Itepub- lican journal in times past, they may po ssiLlv find it to be a shade darker in ; the future. They will certainly d;-! cover one thing. There will be no disposition on' our part to encourage coalitions of Republicans with Demo crats to reform, the lb-publican party. We believe that all reform movements start upon correct principles. But the error ami vice of them i, that they usually select the worst possible way of accütnplihiIJg their aims. We can ..... ... .I...-, t ..... I ...... ...r. iiwi uuunltuiu uuti i.ii?v,itlllliius Republicans, with the memory of the events of the past ten. years fresh in their minds, can sit in council with the leading Democrats and plot for the disorganization and overthrow of ; their own party. We do not impugn j their motive-, but we W they allow , themselves to la grossly misled. We are firm in the faith that no good can come out of the azaieth of the pres- ent Democratic party. - Its alliance with the rebellion during the war, its stubbom persistency lu attempting to justify its course, the stupidity of its leaders in ciiuging to the dead tilings of tho past, its attacks upon the public credit In its efforts to de- bauch the morals of a patriotic pen pie by inducing theu to repudiate our j national obligation these und in oh : f-e in tin pat and preent of that party, should inako it an unooncenlnl tt-fui? for li;t!V rt KcpnMirans. jLot IH Sl'ttlc OUT ( 1 j f ! ( ' I f M 0 eH Ii 1 1) O 1 1 1 outm-Ivoh without the ail of tiie Dem iM-ratu Solons wlio have ruined tlicir own oartv siml won!. I cluilly assist in a . . . the .leti net ion of ours. The .lornvw. will he tho earnest 1 ru,d faithful mii porter of the National Ailininistrntioii in its eiloits to carry the treat hauler who led us to victory. The fidelity with which President Democratic administration redeeming : ...... ..1...I.,.. wl.,.i..v..r 1' Them's our sentiments exactly. TIIFIIt ki:ai. imiincipmis. The Cmtct!t, a Democratic news- p:,.H.r nuhlislied at Lexington. Mo-, by (,. 1),, nan, an ex-rehel olllcer, hoists ti,c following at its editorial head as ns do'iiims: STATE SOVERE'CNTY ! White Supremacy and Itepudiation! , ,,.TTi.i.i..r,.i l i l irs i.i uiiii i l ; d, e.ilaiii.i. I a. tri r tl.au ll a. if ni.) Tv. her Piii r..!.. H.i. Mine, nnt ,,H,T d' JIoj-..: N tVLU DIPAIK OF l HE KLI U13LIC! .... . )U v. TF C0N,llUTmN OFJM. AND 1 UL Kiuil I s oF T.lh STA'I J! . Uli Di. I It INI Tli s is a Wnm: Man's (iovemment, 1U Wnr Vi"".iluJ;;.Irf,,r p ieiity luii:vi:i:! Down wiih the XVili IUI..n:iiC(l- i:: tilt! Total repudiation of the Monstrous -.-....I iv ., i s... . a ...i i .I.. ,,1,,,, i;,men, ue. uinulaied hy ' Ull Ceonstilutional Mob, styling it- se f a CM.iess, iu Jl lreuiioii of n LnconM.tutional ( iu-u.le , ..r the aeis.mnUshmentof an UneoiiidituUon-, ft, aui, lwritl purpo,t! i)ou. u ith ..itolders nd Taxe! Ti 1 1' i! .. ..r il... T;i!i in Mia ouuoruination oi me .mnai iuuit-( Civil Authoritiefc! DOWN WITH Till: SATirir.M Taxation and the Kightful Rep- roentaliou ol all l ne ft tat es, or AMUIIIJ: It! Ill M.IO.! Itevo ution must ln met hv Counter , ,,: . r .. r . v; i. ..... JCevolulion roicc hv r i.ree V lolenco ,v Vioienei and Usurpation shou'd be overthrown if neeus be, by the Uayonel! lw a w ith Test-Oa.Ti Itepistintion! VIVE LA llEPCnLIQUEl! Such are the real principles of the Democratic p-rty, but it's not policy to advocate them here. We honor a : m.nj wm is tlot atraid to speak what he thlllkSf who advocates w hat he bo- Hevos without limitation; arui we con. ! fo t) ,mvIng more re.pect for Uoiian ?am, Bril.k i0Ilier()yt than for papers 1 that j. tulUtiS&t. U,e is.sue by mukiu- jlüni, tlraiJwaRalllsl tie negro. ... . . v.,,.,..;,,,, f kMs 2 r I V llJU w "a. ll'Jt -r I r upon our exchange lit, that wc may le able to keep our reader informed of rial DenTocratic party of the country. nnncTioM of oniiT. The Demecracy feel very much an noyed at the steady reduction of our debbs, loth State and National. The figures do not suit them, they are as thorns in their llesh. Evere subjer- j fujje at their . command is resorted to, ' cratic mathematicians prove success ... , . . i national debt is constantly increasing. I Mr. Hendri. ks acknowied-es the i fact that the fttate debt under Jpub - Iiean control ha.- oeen rapiuiy reouceo, jit has been done, be says by a large increase of the taxes. It is quite natural that in order to pay debts ; money must be raised somehow, j Governments raie money by taxes, . and the only difTetence lctwer. the j Democratic and lb publican control if, the btate is that the forme, assessed iarce!, sufte.M, to meet he current j expense-, permitlinir the fctate to sink .li ein r in tn ilctif H.iriv. i n:ik L' there- - l - " ' I c- by taxe .ay upon the people for the time being; :l well enough for politi- fal ends, but debts must bo paid .to sustain nublic cred't. Ileiiubhcain re- ,v.so eo,,;.. , ... ..mm.,...., ... eeiveda larj:e Democratic debt as a his mouth. Itesult a job for a doctor lacy when they came into power, and a l.oy cured for all hankering af aud in their management of a flairs ter the "show business." they determined to pay it ot!' us rapid ly as consistent will good manage rnent. The work is about acc mp!i?h- UiL It is true the people paid incieas- cd taxes; how else can ten millions of , .Il.i I .f. i. ..;.! i vir.ii. rum. Hut the work is done, and taxes will as a matter of neces-ity te redueeni for Srtvte purines. The question now is, shall the Democratic party to which the people are indebted tor that innm of a tate debt, be again reihstattd as f00" a tlie rVre ')f ,V.leir I 'bty ttfU l-.-v ync jounau. , Charles Dickens, the great English j author, died on the 11th Inst., at his) j residence at Gardbill, near Rochester, county of Kent, England. lie was stricken with paralysis while at din- ner with bis family, and died the next day. He wa 10 year of age at the 'Urne of bis death. His fame as an author is worldwide. lie excelled in his delineations of characters.. . n ).n .mission i : ii . ; ct Liir. Tho followitip ! a ynopM of the jiroft eiliiifrs .f tlip Ilniml of County Commissioners if this county at their Jutie seion: Present KMhu Cam made, Hick K. Wriirhtaiul Tl'om i" Clevengcr, Com- kt'lj.'.! 1 Kill II.IITJ. m,,i .uwnui, ' 1111,1 W- Camphel!, Sheritl. i 1 ne 1 Ainuior presemeu u siaiemeni of the oonlitioiH of tlie various funds, :in'1 the aeoount ourrcnt of the receipts . ni;" expenditures lor f lie tisicai year ending June lt. Ifc70. Ih puhlishcd in nno.her column. Ii. JoritNAi.. Petitions were prcnted by the citi zens of Wayne and Washington town ; M,1. asking fur an ckcuon for the mirnose or taking twelve thousand dollars h!ocU in the construction of the Lake Erie and Louisville Hailroad. Alter inspecting said petition they were granted, and an election ordered , ns l'n,.vcd tor. I ll- McColUU-11 presented hispe- tit inn for license to retail litpiors, which was rejected, the petitioner tak ing an appeal to the Cireuit Court. Wni. Ashton pn scute I petition for license, w hich vaMij cted und an ap peal taken to the Common leas Court. ' The contract for the construction of a bridire acns the Miissinnewa, at Sleol-en villc, was awarded to D. ,S. Davenport, for the sum of ST.jl, to Im completed oti or bcfoicO-toberö, tl . : . t . . i .. i i .. w i it;... ... '" ' Step! en .M... mail's. .r -öOl, to he computed (e r lö. l&7d. ! One hundred und liliy dol'ars were nppiopriated to West H.ver toun-hip, to l. expend, d under the direei i,,n of S Hunt, Trustee of ..id town- In ra.n.ng and hndgmg a pond on pu.M.v .. to.. Sixty dollars appropriated to John yrazvrt a Supervisor in Washing i township, to a,Ut I grading t hington und bridiu a road. Three hundred dollars appropriated to Iaac N. Dales, to a-.ist in the con struction of two hridiies across Green's 1,1 Vi!...... townM,ip. Sixtv do hits aoi ronriateil to Nathan Fidler to nsM in building u bridge OV(r uvAT Creek. ,tf ,Aher business, such nointmrnt of Viewers of as ,,)e drpoinimcni ot iewers oi roads, Appraisers for drains, &c, were transacted, but as they arc simpW of interest in the locations where thev are tobe made, where th' parties di rectly interested are acquainted with The action of the Hoard, and not of general interest to our readers, we omit thm. STATU IT1J.MS A NO fJOSSlP. Connersville had a six hundred dol lar fire a few days since. The Jeflersonville Penitentiary has fourteen women and three hundred and seventy-four men convicts. Six new postolVice wore esiab'ished , ths State t,uril)g tho month of wi,' X-nhv0 "White blackberries" cultivated in Harrison since the ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment. A man by the namo of Mason wa killed last Thursday morning at Lafay ette, by the falling of a wall. The late rains have improved the prosprcU for good crops. Our cx- changes all say that email fruits will be plentiful. John Saidle, one of X npoleon's old (soldiers, a German by bfrth, died in Montgomery county, on the 11th Inst., after a long illness. Mrs. Delorah flunn, of -per.cer cminfy. vpnt ofT" with a feller," leavinjr he" hosbfind and several smat- The doc-tors in Larwill, Whitley countv, have nothing to do, and are ft nf ctril,K . w . fll.,M(linfr . Ifl nttnxAut , . . , . . , ,wlllf His calico arrangements not -uitlnjr him, Arthur It-pp, of HiMitiu?tn couptv, tried to suicide himself. The rope was too long for the Imp he made, and he lives to die another day. Ilenrv C. Mitchell,, of Huntimrton AMI tl ltt1iiffä.I 1 fi tl 1 1 U n Iff I . 1 - ward. A boy in Viiro prunty lately attcmpt- el to play a sleight of hand trick by prissinir a wire through his ise into A wild boar was killed in Jennings county, a few days since. lie "tit" nobly, but was overpowered by supe rior numbers of men and dogs, the former keeping up the rear iu good The Knkotuo Democrat says a man can,f he a chri.tian and live in Tipton; .. , . ,, . ,. "cuss word. come siioiitaneous." All this was caused by a fall duwu. lie lays it to a bad sidewalk; but we sus- pect that on,y the name fur what really was the cause of it. A carpenter la Lafayette hung his coat outside his shop, on Tuesday of last w eek, when two small boys came along and picked the pockets of elev- en dollars. The money w as recovered and the boys brought before amags- träte, who discharged them on ac , count of their extremo youth. We're not afraid to hang our coat any where, poetical. muii: on trs si.u wr ;iki She jfoo-1 thtr Ir.niiij: winri' Artiift tin- wMilow tr.ime. Hit lice wj ptticiit, s;eJ ml ff el, Ihr ..HU. Iii nre nml p:an,; "VV l.o sii., j nj l" I .kni a IrienJ, 1 he rt I lip.- h v curl "h'ltiilv. I no not kiow l.r nane, rfl-e's suaie uut's trvLt iri." A?iin I iiw 1 c r on the treet Wit'i lnir.leti tru.lin. aloi.j?, Her litt-f it. s t it , tut patirut still, Aniid the j"-tlm thront;; Sl" ly, hut clii i rtullv, he moved, Ou.inlii with watrtiful ctre A rurkt ttkft m ich to hre For Ltr eliM hauda to bear. A man, IM thought a c"ritlcn;arj, Went puiiiiig rudely ty . Swft 1 nig the basket fioui her huu, But tuinoig not his ej e; For tluTf wan ?n ntet'oitjr A nod th nl buv whirl For him to be n entletmin To bume uut-'d servant y.t. Ah! well it i, that ÜoJ nhov Look Mi upon the heart, A' '1 never judges any one Hv just tt'e outer ptrt; For il the soul be pure and pood, lb will not mind the ret, Ior quttion w hat th urtuent were In which the fortu vns driinJ. And, mnv mun, a wonmn fair l!r lortuiie rexred mid lid, Who will not ininglo hi re below With lhoe who e-trn their brad, When they huve pased aw ay f rom life P. vohd the (.'Htes. of pearl, W i 'I no 1 1 before their Father's throne- Witli tu in y a st rvant t'irl. Dtntrr Srtet. rroni the Tob-.lo lila Je. Mit NSUV IN DKbAWAItn IIIS Al PUIXIAIION OF Tili; I)i:.M0CHAt'Y OF 'j it ats-tatk Tin: Tuocni.rs or two oftiikm who Di:siio:t) to ii:ni'Ki: I.PifOU VKNDJilCS I on si:i.linu TO m;oi;oKs. MafTtN'! Ciirmm. Mi-rii.uo IIlndred.) in tiie Statk ev Pat. aware, - M.iv 2. 1&7Ü. To say that I am delited with the Diihocrisy uv Delaware is to yoose n mizibly faint expression. They hev all tlie casy-goiu faith of the,Kentuck- iati w ithout his ferocity; they hold jot cz firmly to the rcsoloo-ilietis of 'i'S; they drink with ez much alacrity; they gineraliy go barefooted, and hate the nigger with an intensity I never saw ckallcd. In the matter uv likki-r they are simply grate. I saw one old vetran which votid for Jaxon, take dow n a clean half pint uv burning llooid, which the moist restless-minded citizen uv the Corner bed jest dUkivered and bought ez a sub-titoot for taller dips, and walrt oil erect under it. There's bowles for yoo! Wood that I wus blest with sich! I hev diskivered that the prevalin idee that a cold cliuiit is nessary to the enjoyment uv grate quantities uv lik ker is a mistake. Cold, it's troo, ena bles a man to take it iu, but then w lien it's wunst in a man in a cold country it stays. Yoo can't drink quite ez much to wunst under a biliu hot sun, but then it sweats it out uv you, and you kin drink oftener. But this i a digression. The Democrisy uv Delaware, ez I sed, soot me. Iu other States wher they hev drunken Senators they are ashamed uv em; Delaware is absiootly proud uv Saulsbury, and wooden't change at no prize. Then in atldihen to Saulsbury we hev the wuippin-post and a white man'd party, so that in Delaware at Ijasst tlie tokens uv high ei viliz.usheu are not likely to become extinct. Thank the L,ord for Delaware. Mr. Wm. Sapp, familyerly knowd ez Old Hill Sapp, at whose house I wuz alined quarters, is a constooshnel grosery keeper, and at his house is held the coufrences uv the ofil-diels uv the State. Yesterday Saulsbury and Da yard, the U. Si. Senators, end Gove Saulbury, Governor, and others wuz pre-sent. The Dimocracy uv the Cor ners insisted that ez they required their candidates to pledge thtirselves not to accept uv nigger votes, that the Senators uv the State shood hev re sine I the moment a nigger Senator wuz udiuittid. tsaulsbury didn't see it in that I'gto. Troo it wuz a degre dashcu, but one which they coodent avoid. There wuz a ditlerense be tweeu voluntary and Involuntary as KjsiHsheu with niggers. Ef a man voluntarily Milissits nigger votes he is to be held guilty; ef au outside power forces niggers onto him, he can't hedp it and is iunosent. He ami his col league Hayard coodent help this out rage; levels wuz forst into their sosie ty against their will. They wuz, so as to .-peak, morally ravisht. They re sisted, but in vain. Two uv the best Dimocrats piesent related their experience iu Wa-hiiiton. Their idee uv Senators bed bin formed from Saulsbury, and they sp sed they ; wuz all like him. Dein m uashinton the3 determined to bear testimony agin the admi--ioii uv nigger Senators te degrade their Itepresematives. So thy deciiled to vi-it all the places, which from their know ledire uv ena-j torial life they sposed Senators visited, - and demanded ef they sold likker to Revels, and ef the answer wuz in the affirmative they wood walk out d'g- A t - T I A t. . ' nanny, inry euou nir e io .iK.u- tuijp9 of- are Iionc tne CaS abuu ize the little ojeech they wuz to git ott dant n that ctjVi on them wich sIkkhI confess to admit-1 . . - . . . tin a niirger to ther bar. "Sir!" they proposed to say to him, "Sir! we are proud Caucashens, and we can't countenance an admixter uv in feror races with us. Keep your likker, sir, for niggers white men Lev no askt uv the first one. "No. sir!" wruz the resDonse. where-1 uvou they took a drink. Imtncjitly they entered another. D y.H st.Jl Jikker to DeVeU?" 'No, sir!'' whereupon they took a drink w ith him, and -o on eight or ten time-, drinkin at each oar w hieb gave them that unser, tu show their appre shashen uv men w lu coodent tlegtude their.-clves by dealin w ith atl inferior race. The twelfth place: "S'il hkker tu Itevel:" V.. wir "Si t em up! 'Rah fr Constoohn ' . I i .... .:... r.... i.i.., ti aiMi .viiniift, iii wiuie men. And takin ther tods they sw ung out into another one. "Likker to Do vela?"' "No, sir." "S'iu up. Meriky for white men! Kah!" And Into still another one. "Likker Itevels?" "No, sii!' "Likker f 'r us zcn. Meri (hie) ky f 'r write me. 'Itah (hie)." The next place finished one ov em. He gasped, "D n Hev ,J' and sank lovingly on thebuzzum uvhis mother earth. The other wusn't so far gone, owin to his sooperior mental organiza shen. He reeled oil in a brown study, and w ent up to the Capitol. Hetumin in about an hour, he shook up his friend. "Mordeky," sed he, "git up. Mor deky, we've been deceived. Mordeky, w e mite go all over Washington, into every si (ic) s'loon and not ilnd a single place where they sell likker to Revels. Mordeky, that ape-like, de gradid, inferior bein is a Methodist preecher, and don't drink ad n drop uv nothing' And uttering snorts uv disgust at sich Senators, they camo home. Tiie Democracy uv tho Corners is not ez harmonious ez cood be wished. The nigger hcz split cm here. There are perhaps a dozen niggers iu the visinity who take ther tods reglerly, and heretofore Sapp hez supplied cm. The Deinocrisy pertested agin this, and refoozed yesterday to patcruize Iiis ef ho didn't stop Sellin to em. Willy uni smiled a sardonic smile and tole em to be b ot. Tue did with draw ther pateniatre, but it wuz only for two hours. Willyuni hez the only oar in the corner", and he knowd his tower. It didn't take long for em to exhaust ther cam for (Mittles, and then they bed to return to him on his term?. It's a a fearful Ihi.ig for one man to hev the power that Sapp wields. The only bar in .sich a community! Thank Heaven, be loves me. PlITKOI EUM V. NaSBY, Wich waz Postmaster. ALL SOIIIS OF l-AKAOit AlMIS. Tiie Drazil sugar crop Is reported a failure. New potatoes in worth $4 per bushel. Savannah are James Parton will take the lecture field next season. There ate alout b00,00) professional singers in France. Great liritaiu has 100,000 miles of Macadamized roads. The Hot Springs, Arkansas, Lave already 4Xl visitors this season. Victoria has now eight grandsons and nine granddaughters. The English channel islands have sunk 40 feet in five centuries. Tennessee U to erect a mansion for the residence of IU (Joveruor. Glycerine is an imiortant element in the manufacture of artiticial wine. A mnn weighing 150 pounds con tains 111 pouudsof water in his tusues. The richest gold mine in California last year yeilded a profit of $340,OJ. The number of medical men in the United States is estimated at about C0,000. There are now 2-jO steamers travers ing the Danube of nearly all nationalities. Odt Saxon garnd mothers called what are now known as garters, shankbands. Some Hungarian antiquarians have discovered the skull of a pre-Adam ite elephant. A subterranean lake has been dis covered at Lancaster, Fa., 70 feet be the surface. It is estimated that there are S-SOO,-000,000 deposited iu the savings banks of this country. A truly rural paper, speaking of the ; potato-bug, says this year "eternal vigilance will be the pirce of potatoes." The Viceroy of Eaypt expects to realize $lo(ooof00 by the sale of lands j a.jjoining the Suez Canal. Mr. and Mr-. Motlev attended, ! prove of the marriage of widows. A dres.sed in mourning, tbe'debatcof the! younss lady in Ktobursh, who wasap House of Lords on the Gieek massacre. Poaching "the middle ages." was In The five great evils of life are said to . he standing collar.-, stovepipe hats, tight boots, bad whisky, aud cross woman. Tulips are cultivated in 000 varieties at Pari. The ruot ancient - A Uerman chemist has rounu a test so delicate that one part arsenic in one million parts of solution may be de tected. H-re is the way in which they ad vertise the qualifications of a eitna minion:-"He is a watchmaker by trade, a faithful man, and a Saint. md Lj wlllirtg to help build up Sicxx." Mrs. Simpson, of ToIeJo, dueu't care to vote. Hhe think lte ran get along with made by ruuulu canal boat. During the pat year 183 nicn, 2 women and children, were kille! by Hirers in Java, IM per-on by croco diles, und 22 by snakes. An employee of an uudirtaker cf Sacramento, laid himself out In one of ! his employer' coilln, äuJ shot Lim- self through the hcad4 St. Albans, In INewr York city, ad vertisetl "high inasV with incense, as the leading attraction for White Sunday. Some leading citizens of 'ew Hampshlro uro organizing ft society for the relic fand aid of those lileratcd from penal institutions iu that State. "My dear," said a rural wife to her husband, on his' return from towu, 'w hat w as the sweetest thing you aw in tioiinets, In Haiti more?'' "The ladies faces, my love.'' From Spain we learn that the splen did mine of Almaden have Ut-n leased for a term of 30 years to tho house of Rothschild fur 230 million of reals. An old behavior say: ,4It is nil non sense to pretend that love is blind. I never yet knew a man in love that did not sec ten times as much iu his sweet heart as 1 could." The Harvnrd Advocate- says that this the last thing from an impassioned lover to his mistress: "Would that you were an exclamation point and I and I a parenthesis (!)." A correspondent asserts that when the captors gathered around oho deal body of Lopez, his mother and sl?ters were on their knees thanking Heaven for his death. Iu 417 counties in tho United States last year, Ö9.3S7 sheep w ere killed by dogs. It is computed that iu tho United States altogether, half a mil liou sheep were killed by dogs. The matrimonial News is the name of a four-cent weekly just starte! iu London, which is said to contain more than 200 announcements from candidates for maniage. A short time ago, in Contra Costa county, California, a husband deeded property to his w ife, making for con sideration "love and affection." Tho same day the wife applied for a db vorce. William Vandcrbilt, Vice President, and some Directors of the Central Ilailroad, ran an express train, lately, from Rochester to Syracnse, 61 miles, in 61 minutes the fastest time, lt is said, ever made in America. Fletcher Harper has gone to Kuropo and left the house of Harper Iirothe rs without a representation of tho orig inal four who founded it, for felnco th accidental death of James one 3'ear ago, John has not giviu a day to the business. Tho frequenters of restaurantd can appreciate this unique logic of a little child: "Why," asked a governc-M "do we pray (od to give us our daily bread? "Why don't we ask for four day-, or a week?" 11 We want it fresh!'' replied the child. Six companies of Chinese have de cided to discourage the emigration of their countrymen to California' and have drawn up a circular, to be pos'.cd in all the principal town? and dtie of the Umpire, for the Information of all classes. The other day In ppeaking of the trials which he experienced from tho opposition party. Pope Piu. enid: "Jesus Christ has chosen that ir.y iifo should greatly resemble Hi-; but I ft? hadbutono Judas about Liiu; about me there are ecores." It is announced that the Queen of England will give a prize of ) for Hie best fan, painted or carved, by a lady under 2- years of age; the competition being open to female artists of all na tions. The fan must bo ready for tho exhibition of 1S71. Two brothers in California, working, dwelling, eating, and sleeping to gether, miles from any other human being, had not fcpoken to each other for a yecr, rvhen, the other day, tho quarrol culminated, and Iu a desperat encounter each killed the other A San Francisco man who com mitted suicide, a few days since, left ja photograph among his e fleet-, which bears the endorsement: "A thoroughly heartless woman," all of which is a satisfactory explanation to ids friends for the commission of tho rajh deed. Single ladies in general do not ap- J the haut or saying, whenever situ heard of a w idow's marriage, "There, now, that woman has got one of my husbands." Among other interesting local read ing in the Magnolia (Iowa) Star is the following "take notice" from the grave-digger: "AH those indebted to the undersigned for digging grave, are requested to call and pay up with out delay." George A. Harber and C. C. Wall, of Toledo, are- to have a type-setting match at Detroit. The contest will take place io a public hall, aud the wiuuer to hare the proceeds frora tho admission foe. The tirue whan th contest will tako place is not yd ac uouscL ' -