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XV 1 . II 12 8 T i: It . . - - Jub iwi.o Tluimlnv Hrpubllnin 7-illo itr.il 1 1 Url! u,y contitntional position when, before the expiration oi tu? fitU ymt, tl Iiftlature of Georgia, by solemn tct, a copy which I luve tviw before me appioved" j Vi!$on Lumpkin, (iovciur, ppropri.tcI,?.VH)Q "toi pai l to any person nbo h.ill arrest, uin to trial, an ! prosecute to convic tion un lev th laws of the State, the e'itoror puMnber of a certain paper -!Il The Liberator, published at tli-? town ot Hocton, and state of MäwacIhi ctU. ThU infarnou legislative act, touching a person absolutely bc ou i the juristliction of (2 virgin", an! in n' way amenable to itn laws, con sh'tnted a plain bribe to the g.intf of kidnanpers engendered by I a very. Will ihi barefaced de fiance of jiutice an t decency, slave-masters inauurat 'U ihn nicm of ifolem, ly which thy h. sought to cruh every voice that Im Lccii raud ak'ir;t slavery . J. Heir in another illn-tration of a Ui.lerent ch.iracter. l ie person f ......... 0 , . v.f, , , ;., f u i IIEMli S. LANL, of Montgotneir. color, citizens of MaRaohMtt, and, ilaniolpl loaniaL FOU I'ULSIDKNT, A h r a It a in Lincoln, OK ILLINOIS. run vice rnii.siDKNT, II a ta ii i h a 1 II a in 1 i n , O K M A I .v i: . Hrpiiblcan Muli Tic Urt. ron r.ovF.nNon, according to tho institution of tbU (Vtnmo:urelth, entitled to equal privilege with other citizens, ling in service a mariners, and touching a the port of Charlt'-lon. in South CYr oliu4, havu lvn seized, and with no 'Litin aain-a them rxcepi ofen trring thi port in thj Uncharge of their rightful ilntic, have boon cast into prison, and there detained during the il!ny of the vessel. This in bv vir tue of ft statute of .South Carolina, pael in I 32, which further declares thit in the failure of a captain to pay tl2 expanses, thee freemen "hall be eized and taken as absolute slave,'' ono moiety of the proceed of their aalo to belong to the tdierilT. Against all remonstrance against the official opinion of Mr. Wirt, as Attorny (Jcneral of the United .Stat?, declaring it unconstitutional aain-t the sol emn judgment of Mr. Justice Johnson of the Supreme Court of the United State, himself a Live-master and citizen of South Carolin, nUo pro nouncing it unconstitutional thU htatute, which is an obvious injury to Northern shipowner, as it is an out rage to the mariners it seizes, has been upheld to this day by South Carolina. Hut this in not all. Mas fuiehnsetta, in order to obtain for her citizena tint protection which was denied, and especially to nave them from th dread ienalfv of beim; ohl into slavery, appointed a citizen of houth Carolina to act a her nert for the purpose, and to brin suits in the t'ircut Court of the United States, in rder to try the constitutionality of I.!- . t A.. .1 uns piciensiou. vwin 10 me sensi bility of the people in that State, thi. aent declined to render this simpl -rviee Massachusetts next , deleted one of her own sons, a venerable citi cen, who had already served with honor in the other house of Congress, and who was of admitted crninencQ as to lawyer, the Hon. Samuel-Hoar, of Concord, to visit Charleston, and to '.o what the agent first appointed had hrunk from doing. This excellent gentleman, beloved bv all who knew iin, gentle in manners as he was firm l character, and with a countenance ' -.t was in itself a letter of recommend- ym, arrived at1 Chaileston; accom panied otdy by his daughter. Jraijfhtwar all South Carolina was ivnhed. According to a story in TweH'r Johnson, all the inhabitants . St. Kilda, a remote island of the "ebrides, on the approach of a stran- ;r:,catch cobl:" but in South Cam 1 it is a fever that they, "catch." X-ovcrnor at tha time, who was .e other than one of her present gators (Mr. Hammond). madA his ival the subject of a special message 30 Legislature, which I now have Vro me; the Legislature all 'caught ) fever, and swiftly adopted reso -n calling uprn "his Excellency, Govcrnorjo expel from 'ts territory "aid agent, after duo notice to de ,an:l promising to sustain the entive authority in any measures :ay adopt for tha purposes afore- 1. Meanwhile the fever raged in rlcton. The agent of Masuachu- was first accosted in the street person unknown to him, who ;ihing a bludgeon in hii hand dudgeon always shows itself where ry is in question cried out, i had better bo traveling, and the r for you, I can tell you; if yon here until to morrow morn 7ou will feel something you will N3, lm thinking." Xext came i of an attack during the follow- -;!;t on the hotel in which he was ; then a request from the land it ho ihould quit in order to 3 the hotel itself from the im- 1 t!aiiger ol au infuriated mob; v committee of slave-masters, s proposed to conduct him oatt Thus arrested in Iiis ranh of good will, this veu lio servant, whose app?ar c like that of the 'grave I man' mentioned by Virgil (have softened any mob not bv Slarerv, yielded to the J propood precisely as the yeild to the officers of the 1 left Charleston, while a per crowd wa heard to offer Tea" 'the leader of a tar and ;sngto be called into the ser ?city on the occasion., Nor . The Legislature a second - ht the fever, and yielding ce. parsed another tatute .ider aevcrc penalties, any .1 the State from accept fission to befriend these ier, and under penalties Extending even to impris a prohibit in j? any per jn behalf or by virtue of 7 from any Stateto come Carolina for this pur- to complete its work, rc took away th writ of ; from all mich marine ?. 8 CONTf.NCED.) ft ron i.tF.rTiTVANT covrns-on, OLIVEIt 1. MORTON, of Wayne. roa ecr.tast or state, WILLIAM A. I'LLILLK, of Randolph. run TRrrmr. or statz, JONATHAN HARVLY.of Cl.rkc-. r R APnrTon or STATr, ALBKRT LANUK, of Vigo. r attorset cr.r.RAt, J A MLS G . JONICS, of Vandr rhur?. ron RKronrra or nvrnr.yir. covnr. BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. roR ci.rRK or srrRtMR cocrt, JOHN P. JONKS, of Lagranjre. TOR IC PERI NT INDENT OF fCPMC I NKTRCCTIU.N , MILFü J. FLKTCIIKR, of Putnam. FOU CONGRESS , OTII DIRTKICT, George X Julian of Wavne. IStindolpIi County Ilcpubllciin TUUrt. COMMON ri.FAS JCKOK, J.M. HAYN ES. COMMON rt.EAS fROSECU TOR, T. J.HOSFOKL). BTATF. senator, A.STONK, RErnrsENTATITF, JOHN A. MOORMAN. CI.ERK, JOHN IL GOODRICH. TRESCRFR, E. F. II ALLIDAY. SHERIFF, A. II. JENKINS. Ri-'ORnr.R, JAMES S. COTTOM. COMMISSIONER, CLEMENTS F. ALEXANDER. 8CRVEVOR, F. M. WAY. CiRONF.R, RICHARD HEARD. ASSESSOR OF WIIITERIVER T0WN9IUF, M. A READER. protected by the Lord cf life and glo ry;M said it had its "foundation in moral and rtlaryeou$ right." He poured hot shot" into the "Itinerant vaga- pond and ministers generally, who had so far forgotten the sacrcdnes of the Democratic institution of Negro Slavery as to sometimes denounce it as r.nscriptural from their pulpits; proved that Noah and his wife were the pare- ts of three children, of as many dilTeient colors white, red and black; that Jesus and Paul were slave holders by implication; s-poko of the Charter of our liberties as the "little Declaration of Independence;' classed negroes with brutes; sid they were better clT in slavery than in freedom, and that they would be enslaved a long as An African walked the earth; read forty minutes from a book, (the author of which he could not tell, J to prove that tho Dible was a good, pro slavery document, and did many other thint?'- too tedious to name as onlv a Democratic orator of the modern type COUlil. In answer to the question put by the Rev. J. Flood whether the negro had any part in the character of CJod'j image unstamped upon our first pa rents he said none, "neither moral ly or physically." Hravo! thought we. Ire said that those who produced Pible aignmcnt against Slavery gar bled it and made it contradictory. Yc admired the honesty and grit of the speaker and think him more worthy of respect and confidence than that class of politicians who do not care whether "Slavery is voted up or down!" There were hundreds present who will bear testimony to the truth of what we have written in regard to this Sabbath effusion of pure Dcm'c racy. The speech was entirely satisfactory to himself and three others who were present. It is reasonable to suppose that the Hible, as a Democratic document, proving the divine ordainment of their pet'institution of Negro Slavery, will have an extensive sale during the present Campaign, and that the Amer ican 'Fi act Society will be called upon to fr.inish tho supply. Jonathan Flood and Amos Uond replied briefly to Mr. Meeks damaging very seriously the Dr.'s Diblo argument. have visited several 3 of thj Connty during rrpilfind th prospect crop ofeery descrip r than w expected. ; now mostly bar- :cellent; cats, though quite good; corn looks e. Even in localities m been no rain until ro wing on Surly. We tier a propect for corn in atv. ; A'ilpU:vcitle:cM!ÖU,rer3p'M IStaUi, was ' A Icw Democnitic Io-uracil 1 Merttnj: on IlearcrocU. In tho present crisis of tlie Demo cratic party, when they are sorely troubled with dissensions within and storms without; when they are "heav ily laden" with -"Popular Sovereign ty," "Drei Scott Decisions," and "Slave Codes;" when "tribulation and anguish" hover over every camp of the "faithful", it may inspire them somewhat to know that a new Apos tle has arisen in the midst of the Democratic "Israel," who bears gracefully in his hands the olive branch of peace and success. He comes as one "Crying in the Wilderness," saying, "prepare ye the way of" Ste phen, (Stephen A. Douglas.) "and make his pathTstraight." He comes as "one from afar, bringing tidings of great joy" and all the disciples of Stephen arie and shout, "all hail, most worthy Prophet." He cries, "1 come as the messenger of kindness to bid the troubled waters of our Demo cratic Piiesthood be quiet: behold the Halm I bring unto. you." "From its fountains ye shall draw consolation; from its teachings yc shall prow strong and mighty in pulling down the strongholds of Hlack Republican ism." "Behold the Holy Bieu fron: whose inspired pages wo hold our warrant to buy and sell, to whip and chain, to breed and drive the luint or Had' sons of Ham." On the 19th day of last December, in the Academy of Music in New York City, Charles O'Conor, a gray haired Democratic- lawyer, looking down in the faces of seven thousand, and speaking in tho ears of thirty millions of people, said, "We must look at Negro Slavery as it is, remem bering that tho voice .of inspiration as found in the sacred volume, no where condemns tho bondage of those who are fit only for bondage. Yield ing to the decree of nature and th voice of sound philosophy, we must pronounce that institution (Negro Slavery) just, beneficent, lawful, and proner." And on last Sabbath, at a large public meeting on Hcarcreek, in mndolnh Countv, Da. William a a Meeks, at whose instance the meet ing was called, proclaimed similar sentiments, lie took the stand, made of Democratic timber, on Democratic soil, at half past three o'clock. He was ilent for a few minute, reading from the Winchester Democrat, draw ing his inspiration for the hour from that able and worthv sheet. Then he arose and announced that he was a Democrat, and read the Democrat's account of Matthew II. HuIPh speech, by which he proved that all opposers j of Slavery are "Demons and deeper ate fellow." Next he read from the Bible, reading passages from Cienes to Revelation, to prove that Negro it exists in the United ordained, established an 1 Celebration of the 1th ot July. Tho celebration of the Fourth of July, at this place, on yesterday, was a splendid affair. From 5000 to 7000 persons were on the ground in the Grove, and all seemed charmed and delighted. If any came to bc displeased, the proceedings were so much in consonance with the patriotic fire that bums in the bosom of every American citizen that their displeasure was turned into Fatisfaction, and all went away highly gratified. Though a h?avy rain fell the night before, and the morning was unpro pitious, yet the day turned out to be a fine one. The field piece recently purchased by sou.0 of our patriotic citizens, in thunder tones opened the ceremonies of the dav. At sunrise the Artillery squad, under the command of Capt. I. C. Diu.e, fired thirteen guns in honor of the thirteen original States. At 8 o'clock A. M. the National Flag was hoisted by Mr. Hexsis, under the direction of K. Eor.cn, Esq., Chairman of the committee of arrange ments on the splendid liberty pole, planted in the street opposite the cast front of tho court-house. As soon as the flag reached its place the cannon again spoke out in its thunder tones. and a national salute of thirty-throe guns was fired by the Artillery-men. At 9 o'clock the procession was formed or Main street, north of Franklin, by Assistant Marshals Jacob 1'i.TznoTii, Esq., Col. J. K. Dick, H. H. Nnrr, Esq., and Hon. S. Colouove. At 10 minutes before 10 o'clock the Hon. ilr.n. Smith, Maishal of the day, toik command of the procession and divided it into four divisions, and assigned the fir.st, consisting of the Military and tin soldiers of tho Revo lutionary and other wars, to Assistant Marshal Eitzroth; the second division, consisting of the Band, Choir, and officers of the day, to Assistant Mar shal Dick; the third division, consist ing cf ladies and gentlemen ami citi zens on foot, to Assistant Marshal II. II. NcflT ; and the fourth, consisting of the citizens on horseba-k and in carriages, to Assistant Marshal Col grove. By command of the Marshal th-j procession then moved olT in the following order: " 1. Heavy Infantry with musket?. under command of Capt. R. Karra. ". Rifle Company, under command of Capt. Johu N ff. 3. Soldiers of the war of DjI'J. and Mexican war. 4. Attillery squad, under Capt. Dille, with their field-piece. 5. Winchester Cornet Baud, play ing. C. Choir of ladies and gentlemen. 7. President of the day and Chap, lains. 8. Reader and Orator. 9. YieePrenidcntB. 10. Committee on Toasts. 11. Committee of Arrangements. 12. Ladle a and gentlemen in coup les. 13. Citizens on foot. 11. Citizens on .horseback. 15. Citizens in carriage. The procession was more than half a mile long and had a fine appearance. On reaching tho Grove, north-east of town, the immense crowd was seat ed, and the Military, Band, and Choir were assigned their place, and the officers and old soldiers were seated on the stand. The ceremonies then pro ceeded in the following order : 1. Music by the Band. 2- Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Camp bell. 3. Nationai Ode by the Choir. 4. The Declaration of Ameiican Independence, read By T. M. Browne. f. One Gun by the Artilery. C. Music bv the Band. 7. Ode by the Choir. 8. Oration bv tho Hon. J. W. Gordon. 9. Music by the Band. 10. Ode by tho Choir. 11. Benediction bv the Rev. Mr. Meek. 13. One Gun by th.2 Artilery. The vast assembly was then dis missed for half an hour, and partook of their dinner on the ground in picnic style. Cloths were spread, baskets emptied, and edibles of all kinds and varieties were spread out in profusion; and husbands, wives, children, neigh bors, and friends not forgetting the dear young ladies partook "with a will," and had a good time generally of sociability and good feeling. After dinner the audience again as sembled at the stand. The regular Toasts were then read by Mr. II. II. Nelf, Chairman of the Committee on Toasts, and response:) to them made, as follows : Rnoi'LAn Toasts. 1. Tun Day wf. Celki;?. atp.. The memory of other days may be forgot ten, but this shall lat and grow brighter with each succeeding year. (One Gun.) 2. Olr Revolutionary Fathcrs. We love them because, they were He roes, Patriots, and Statesmen. We will imitate their virtues and follow in their footsteps. ( Response by Judge Smith.) 2. The Memory op Washington. Where liberty dwells there it is cher shed and revered. (In. silence. 4. Thomas Jf-ffeiisos- and John Adams. One the author, the other the eloquent defender of the Declaration. By their lives and their death thev have doubly consecrated this dav to tho cause of human liberty. (Re sponse by T. M. Browne.) 5. Tin: Constitution of the United States. We will sustain it as con taining the embodied wisdom of our Fathers its principles alike applica ble to the Government of thirteen or thirty-threo States. (Response by Hon. S. Colgrove.) C. Our Country. Here, as we cel ebrate our National Birthday, and while our hearts are warmed with pa triotic feelings, we pledge ourselves, one and all, to stand by our common country, and amidst the strifes and ag itations of parties to see to it that its welfare and glory be ever foremost in our hearts. (Response by lion. James Brown.) 7. The Union ok thi: States. The first, the last, and the only hope of Republicanism in the world. When it is destroyed the sun of civil liberty goes down in clouds and gloom. It must and shall be preserved. (Re spouse Ode by tho Choir "The Union r orever.) 8. Tue U.NiTr.1) States or Amer ica. The stone cut out of the moun tain of humanity without human hands. It shall "break in pieces the iron, tli3 brass, the clay, the silver, and the gold,' of civil and eclesiastie al tyrany and despotism throughout the world, and fill he whole earth with civil and religeous liberty. (Response by tho Band Hail Co lumbia.) 9. The States of the North west. The progeny of the Mother of States; healthy and bloom- incr. thriftv and vigorous. S ma of er w " them have outgrown their mother, but they all lov and 'will adhure to the wnole family of tho union. (Re sponse, by Hon. J. W. Gordon). 10. Indiana, Ocn Own Beloved Indiana. The third daughter of the Mother of States; though not quite so large as some of her sifters, is more comely and will perform all her vows to the Union to the very letter. (Response by Judge Peelle). 11. Freedom of Sit.ei ii and of the Press. Liberties only .safeguard, so long as it remains unfettered, tyrants and oppressors are impotent. (Re sponse by I. r. Diggs.) 12. AOUICI LTURE, AND CoMMF.RCE. Twin sisters and twin pillars of American Independence. (Response by J. . lluamson.) 13. The American Pr.on.E.-The l?st depository of American lib' lty. (Re sponse by A. J. Nefi.) The responses were terse, patriotic, and appropiiate, and were well re ceived by the audience. Volunteer Toasts were then called for, when the following were given By W. A. Peei.i.e. Tin: Schooi Hocsn The cradle of intelligence and viitne; tho ladder to distinction and fame; the nursery of union and patriotism. May it ever be fostered and maintained. By James Brown. The Union of the States Formed by the common efforts and toils of every section; it has been maintained hitherto by the spirit of fraternal kindness, and can only be perpetuated by the exercise o the fame feeling. II Y J. B. Rolth The Ladies: Wc respect them for their viitne, ad mire them for their beauty, and love them because wc can't help it. TW Tvrni-i?a or '7f. When the sun shall thed its last golden rays upon the unshaken dome of American liber ty we will continue to honor and rc srrt their memories. By J. Kt Dick. The Uxios The whole Union, and nothing but the Union. By Wsi. Griffin. Tun Union. By A. J. Nfff. The American Kla'; May its snipes never grow dim; and thß stars emblazoned thereon, mav tl.ey never beles in number. , By Jr.it. Smith. The Patriot!: MoTiiMt, Wives, am Slsters of the Revolution While wo chctish the memory of the men who lived in "the times that tiied men's souls," let us not forget to honor the memory of the patriotic women of thoe times. The procession was then re-formed by the Marshal and Assistants, and returned to town in the same order it went. The Military companies were marched through some of the prin cipal stiects by the Marshal, and salutes '.ired by platoons and companies in various places. They were then marched to the east front of the couit house, whore, after platoon filing and three cheers given for Ran dolph County and three fur Winches ter, th- whole column delivered their fire an 1 gave three tremendous cheers for the State of Indiana. Again they delivered vhr fire and gave six cheers for the Noith-W.'-t. Again they de livered their fire and gave nine cheers for the Union. The Marshal then surrendered the command, when, under' the command of Capt. J. Nelf, tlie column again deliveicd their fire and gave throe clicks for the Marshal. 'Fin? troops were then marched b- Col. Dick into the Couit-Houe, the pub lic arms stacked, and they discharged. At dark a large bonfire was kindled on Main Street, at the south-cast cor ner of the Public Square; and the youth, beauty, and fashion, filled Shaw's Hall to overflowing, anil "tripped the light fantastic too" u.stil away into the small hours of this moi nlng. ThHe never was a celebration of the National Jubilee, at this piaea, at which so many attended, and with which all were so universally pleased and gratified. Where all filled their places and performed the pai ts assigned them so well, it seems invidious to discrimin ate; but we must say that the Choir (bless the dear young ladies!) are en- titled to praise for the propriety of their selections and the skill and grace with which they sang the patriotic odes selected by them. After the volunteer toasts had been given, and before the assembly was dismissed from tho stand, Judge Smith oflered the following resolution which was unanimonsly adopted: Resolved, That we will celebrate the Fourth day of July, 18G1, in this same old-fashioned way. and thus keep alive, and instil into our chil dren and our children's children, the patriotic fire of 1770. So steps are ahead' taken for the celebration of the next Fourth of Ju ly; and we hope it may be as harmo nious and satisfactory as this has been, and that twice the number of people may participate in and enjoy it. HOOPPOLES! r puc iiiGHKsT iiai:ki:t rnicK in O ' A " SJ 3EE Will paid for Flour h.tm l I loop-polt tlctijrrris-l nt nur Factory near the Dtpot, HICH.MOND INI). jCdtf" We leant them irmneJiately. UAUCOCK 1 LONG. July 5, 1SC0. rn.j7 i0TI(!ll TO DIT11I1S! On Friday, the Hth tUy of July, I-f.'J tlure will lc a meotin'c held at the residence of the undirsijrned in YVttrivtr Township for the purpose of ri civ ing seal (d bids from re?ponhli perron to do jh of ditching to drain the hcadwatt-rs of 'c.t rivir. The johuill hi lit to the lowtt re sporn ihtc b:ddr, upon the follow in j: tirtm: An et:m.ite will he runde of tiw trk deni al the c!oe of every month, whin the un dertaker will nciivc three-fourth of the estimated value of the work performed, und tlie balance, will he paid when the job is cc m pie ted. I'ersons wi.h?n further information can obtain it lv calling on J Ii. Lewis, K. P. (-iddis, James Vullandin-zham or A. (J. ChrHtophcr- Thoe wishing the job would bitter be on hands on the I Tit la day of July. Hid?, to receive any uttc-utinn, mu.t be staled up. ADDISON' G. CHIIISTOrilF.R. July S, IstfO 2w ftcerihniii's CASH AND PRODUCE Every dollar's worth of (i O O fl -reel from AewVorli CttV. - v. VA- xJ'Ji . 9. u o s a? 5 h ? U 11 4 a to 2 C Er 9 fl ft a. Sri? 5 J5 ?! i 4 w 5 7 ß " 1 V c jr. m r 9. - 2 - "3 M z 5 C 1 r- wl t O ? 1 c " m ; i K i mm m , n z - c -5 . r w c m . c r. 9 C " 'S- i p 5 7 rJ O o Ji v m W . . C u tu. . m 3 E 9 AUDITOR'S REPORT For the Fiscal Year 1"9, commencing June 1, lis9 and ending May 31,t$G0 it i;-1: 1 P TS. s 4.9-0 r ipiIK UXDKIISIÜNKI) hau just opined a JEW AMI ATTRACTIVE STOCK or GENERAL MERCHANDISE In Simv'ii Emeu ncu.iuxG, North ok the North-Wet corn i:r ok the Pcbi.ic Sqc are, WINCHESTER - - - - - IM) THIS STOCK embraces cvtrv variety of Dry . Good:-. Dry. Goofit., Dry Goods, Quceiiswurc, Q u eeii v. ure, Que-eiiMvare, Lonn refunded S.d. s of land balance on hand .' Fines returne! ly Clerk Fine returned by Justice Interest If.Vb.. Rd.mce on hand' If ."3 Township Tax lfj0 n.ihuiee on h.ind Ir.rr Koad Tax Is'.H Hdance on hand 1S.' School -house Tax 1?5'J R.ilance en h.ind l?.rS School Tax H.ilance on hnnd l.V5 liedcmption of lflnd.. Dalance on hand Show license D un !: for road County Tax Merchants' license Comity fee Balance on hand from other sources Total amount of Receipt. , Amount to balance , ' i in oo f.7 00 2,8? I 7.1 211 7.1 i,:no 70 1,253 35 3 07 C 12 7,7rG 17 .,061 09 7.C77 .-4 3.2M1) jo 471 11 03 ,7.'1 21 11 fiO 73 00 roi oi 3.12C 4G 3,00 14 1,305 r5 11.450 26 lO.C 7G f.09 14 v5 on 13.36 72 $43,B77 ;.5 $51,635 tnsiti itst'Tir.Ms ai r.ii:irn nix Caps, Cap-S Caps, New Advertisements. A X Jt oi l.r Iters rmiJiiiiutfr in lh IVt.MIiiM at Viii-Ii-lii flndiana, u tSie 1st lav oF.Ju ly, is;. Arney Miss Sarah J Hall John II AdiJiHon MissMclissa In'de'oamuel (Jroeirie.s, Groceries, Groceries, Hats, Hats, Hats, Ilonncts, Jlmnets, lionnets, Pooti nnd Shoes; Doots, and Shoes; Uoots and Shoes: In every deportment of nhich m.ir be found iv coniMltte vuriety to suit all persons. 2 Midi It liliu-f I v iiinlrr-tooil that I want all kinds of rilOCUCE Wheat, Hear Mim C Ulake Jahn C llookwalter John Duda W C Uaui-'hin iliss Sarah Benson Fahnmilton Urovvn John C Crunine Katharine Clase Samuel Canada Stephen Carey Harper Cule Jerry Culpher Alexander CnuptT John Craic Sarah J Chei e Thomas Cox S U 'orrest Harriet r'oniMrs Mary Graham Nancv linier Jos Hack C (dlinjrsworth John !xby V IJacon larker Dav'nl epii Jackson Franklin Johnson Edward Ki all Sarah l.ilu Wm ; 2 Merrick C E 2 Magee Thomas Moore Jason Fritz Kobf-rt l'ratt Carlo llidsre John '. Ilobinson Matthew liutman Murchett Robins Stewart Slotin, Owen k Co Si in ins A: Frost Sherman K G Swarinrer Thos N Swhier l Ii F Shallotrosi S S Smith John Tiifki r Jolm Williams Wm Williams Elizabeth Witter Samuel Total 5.1 II. P. FAHR A, P. M. Wheat, Oats, Oats, Putter, Putter, Corn, Corn, Flax-seed, Flax-seed, OFFICE OF THE srcinsi'rv ni: wsiimck NO. 31 PIN E S T R E E T , (Great Western PuiUlmge, N. Y.) Statf.mf.nt or the At fairs or the Sf.ccriit Fire Insurance Co., Oct. 1, 159. A S S i: '1' S . CASH on hand 600 l."; dish in Continent al ank, (awaitinc u:ve?tui nt, etc.,) .5.WH,- f21 05; C.ih in Pank of Commons caitli, iJ,SD7 -17. Total, !'.VM HANK STOCKS. 1)0 Shares Pank of Commerce, .r(l American Exchange Eank 101 l'ank of New-York I P " Pank of North America. 214 shares, par value $21, 4'0; vorth 22, 7f,l .'. Tem:ornrv Loans. secure:' bv $11,00') t Coupon Ponds, :nd 25 hharis Uisidnte l ire insurance Loniranr i-i'J ootids and Morlgapes (bein-: lirst lien, etc ,) 4 J5.150 0!) Premiums uncollected L,5l0 H Accrued Interest onPouds und Mortpfte and Temporary Loans C,4nl t. lUlnnce due' from Agents l'J'J3 E-s- in short, every thiiifr the farmers have for sale taken in exchange for goods. CASH PAID FOU "STU" EC IH3 JSu "T" ALSO The HIGHEST CASH TRICE paid for 5,04)Ebs off Wool. "Givc me a call nnd let me make your acquaintance and show you my fine Stock of Goods. M Y M 0 T T 0 1 S ttr t T TUE! Hin T Lim T TTT1TI " LiIYCj AWLI LiüjI LiIVÜj. F. F Ii E 1 61 A jT . Winchester, Mav 10, 1H".0. lil-3ni A complete stock of Iwcady-lSade (iotliini; jut received from New-York City. Mav 4, M'd. F. F. X. Loans of fund $.V0G 10 Interest on funds $2,970 1 1 Incidental expenses. . 15G 112 3,1 M 4f. Township Tax 3.0.V I I Road Tx lf:05 01 Scliool-liou.tc Tax 11.450 2f, ?chnd Tax 10 7i; Pede mr-tioij of Land A price It urn I Fund oads nnd Hijrliwavs Tax refunded Assessments and Aj-ipraisements I ubbe Itiiildincrs 'ooks nnd Stationary. '. Tnvcstipatinp- Committee Four Asviu i- oor of Townhips. . . Criminal expenses... Auditor's Fees i r.on 1 1 25 00 "i on f.7.1 21 C7 2,1 Cut M 1 45 420 00 1,021 01 770 17 20 4 02 l,lc 59 ShenfTf. Fec 5: 7 Jinlren' Salary 54J pa rWClerk's llowance Of) Commiioners nllon anee 3i7 00 O'hcr Officer allowance C'2 95 Miscellaneous allowance HO 01 I tiolie Sxnmre Witneü Fees State Asvlum Jurors Fceu lailitT expenses Court expenses Irxjiirst Lieht and Fuel Jiil rxpene Election exienses Public Print hi? Interest on County Orden Pridpr ". 154 40 3 00 Itf H5 1,221 K 21 00 79 H ii 7.S 175 7.1 i5i n .' 0 M.I 40 s:7 :.7 The amonnt'of Ontsf nndhi? Orders caii not be neruratelv ascertained. TLir can not varv far from .10,00! (o Inclndinp an old Order for $I,-.r)0 00 to James Moorman. Usually $75.00. EL1SHA GAPPETT.A.n.C. JUST XJ2BX,ISKCE3D. The Fjife and I'ulilic Service of HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, HlCrUP.I.lC.V.V CANDIDATE FOIt Till: l'UUSIDEKCY. BY D. W. BARTLETT, lVusIiInloii 4'rr4iiil(-n( f llie'.V Y. E: iiiii Iol, nnd In- I'j'iiIiif. 12 MO. CLOTH. PIUCi:, ONK DOLLAR. with a i v: j:i:i, ronTiurr. ALSO, A CHEAP EDITION OF THE SAME. IX PAPEU COVERS, t xt nt v-li v cent. Wc want a uon Agent in every County m tlie free Sttc, (ocnji-rc in the sale of the above work. Send us One Dollar, and we will mail you a sample copy of the book, by mail, postage paid,' and aUo a copy of ctir Circular, giv ing terms to Agents by the quantity. For Twenty-live tents, in stamps, a copy of the cheap edition willle sent, with terms, etc. Address all letters to no iioiVAiti-STici:irr, NEW-YORK. cO C.pital Stock .. Surplus roo.ooo oi , 4 1,01 HI NO LIAIULITIFS. JOSLFH WALK F.K, Fn. THOS. Y. 1HHDSALL, Vice-lVes. IL L. Hat dock, Sec. CAREY S. GOODRICH, Agent, "Winchester, Indiana. July .1, iMiO ty LONG CK ED ITS And Jhoxv Prices! 480 180 160 40 ACRES, i i i i ALL CHOICE FAIIMING LANDS, for i-vie nt lAfW I'KM i:S on SIX VEAKVTIWi:. If xouwaut a bargain .';dy soon in person, or addrcM U. A . A bu 1 , Viachetr, Ind. n27 AtlmiiiitrntorN IVoticc. rrHE imdrrVifned ha been ajtwinted L administrator of th ertate of (ieorpe AV. Corneliuü.Utc of Kamlolph Couttr, de rcAcil. The fftatc is jrobfttly insolvent. Jüll' JcllXii'iN, July l-G0.-4w Adm'r llesilth and Iffappi- iicss Secured. TIIECONCENTUATEI) CFUE THE CON C FN TK AT LI) CUKE A roU'EUFFL REMEDY: A rOWEHFUL HEM EDV FOU WEAKNESS, FOR AVEAKNESS, FOIt EAR LA' INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! The Concent rated Cure! A CfcRTAIM AND PQWEMCL REMEDY TOR wr.AKNLSi or THE l'ltOC.'Jli: itiyj: OKGANn. It prepind by AN KMINENT rilTStClAN OT THI CITV, And has loii been known here as THE ON1.V RKMtDV That would uurely and fK-rinnentl v retor to Natural State of Health and Vi'(r, j.irsoi.s weakened by exce-, or by THE INMüCRLTION or EARl.T VOCTlt. Although not many month have elapsed fince it was firt generally introduce ly menn of extensive advertising, it ii now curing v;it number of Tin: u:rouTi; sato AVho, having beea led TO MAKE A TRIAL OF IT VIRTCf?, are rAjndlv reeoverlnjr their wontf-d HEALTH AND STRENGTH. This preparation U not a ftjmi lant, bit A IM.'KKLY Mi:ilC!.AMt!:3lKl)Y The aHlictrd are invitrd to trT it. IT AV'ILL SU R ELY CV R E Send for a circular flr.t, read It carefully, and then ou will nc-iul for thf medicine. Vhee ptr Vial, One Dollar. Can be ent by mail. One vul will last month. U. Vtll Acext, No. 72. Ilrondwart Y .1 PLEASANT ST1MVI.AXT, Eor the cr.NiTAi. organs can be obtained by pending $5 to the Agent rs Rbove. SENT FREE BY MAIL. Circular or medicine can be procured of DruzOiid Evtrvwhcrc April 5, 1SG0 l"y 1 Ca-di, $:,u(iO .1 Ca.h, $.Vtl 1 Cai.h, $10! JI) Ch, $3IH 1 Cum:, JVO 10 Cash, $J.0 1 Cash, $l,.)')0 10 C,h, $-JMi 1 Cah, SI.'") 10 Ca-h, $100 1 Cah, 10 C-h, $:') 1 Crfüh, $:01 1 0OO C-h, 5.0C I Cr-h, $:J0O LV.ot) Ca-h, $.-S,'00 M A G X I FI C l : N T E NGR A V ING OK CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS A N l) HIS c it i: AV . rfHlS BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVING J w,H designed by Rlpkn, ne of tlie mo.t celebrated arti.-ts that cer lived; the cost of the orlin! d in and plate being ovt r $'O0, si,. 52 bv iiu he-. The lMiilddphi hails Xtirt, rp, "the mere nominal ium a.ked for the e nrnvii!', U a -ti!icient iiidneement for pcru-im to jiurcha.-e, without the additional Gilt." SCHEDULE OF GIFTS To be riven to the purchaser. For full Together with ä prent variety" of other valuable Gilti-, varying iu value from ctn to Any person nclo'm; in a letter 1 and five 'A rent Po-tajre Stamp- (to pay for poit ape nixl roller) )m, receive, by return of mail, the munificent I'ltpMi in of Christo ph r Columbia, (und one of thin: talaablu Gilt a per Rill.) Address ull nrdi r for Rill or Ensrrav-in-Mo F. S. HERLINE A: CO,. Rox Irl-., FhiUJeljhia, Ta. n20 ?tn Administrator' Sale of EEAL ESTATE. T3urtitant to un onlirof the Ratwlolph County Court of Common Fleai, I will, on Friday, the -'7th day of July nett, expose to ih! at public vendue at the court house door, in the tow n of Winchester, all of the folio inj; described Und (except four acre carved out of the same) to wit: All ofth.it part of the south- est jtiartT of section lichtem, in townhip twenty, of ran;:e fourteen east.Uinr on the north side of White River t ethrr -with the umli vided half cf the awm,l situate thcrt-011. Term of sale, one-third cah, one-third in r.ine monthi and the balance in eighteen months from day of sale. Tlie purehaser will be required to pive note -ith ap proved j-rFonul security, bearinjr interest from d-tc, wiilm mortape on the premi ses, mill pay the expenses of inakir. and re cording the same. Jonx W. Dk-i;, Je CI, UCO.nCS 4 Adxu'r. THE BEST LIFE OF LINCOLN! Five reason why: I. It is authentic and reliable. II. Contain, more matter than auy other edition. III. It is handsomely printed and bound. IV. It has the beet Portrait. It rill sell the in ort rapidly. Vit army of Aent wiinted (a liberal discount f iven) to circulate THE LIFE AND I'L'IiLIC SERVICES or TICK HON. A ERAIIAM LINCOLN. . AVith a Portrait on Steel. Ry D. W. RARTLETT, Author of 'Liren of Modern Agitator Lady Jane Grey,' etc; and AVahinfton Cr respondent of the 'New-York Evening lNt,' aud 'Independent. One handorie 12mo. Cloth, gill bark, nearly l"' pupt. Trice, $1. Pamphlet edition, without "the fpcfchci, 2u cents. c.irr tiii: nrcrr. As there are matiy 'Livet of Lincoln an vertied, without a shalow of authority, th public ill bear in mind that the reliable and autln ntic eJiliou is lt:erll ttV I,Ilr of Lincoln, with IsHy A .lue-Uwon'si Imprint. Copien sent by mail (pot paid) on re ceipt of the ad ertised rr c, by DERRY k JACKSON, Publishers, No- Vi Rroadway, New-York. i,ü:. -tw herifiVi g:slc. BY virtue cf a venditioni expona to me directed from the Randolph im- moil Pica Court. I will rife to sale It the court-house door, in Winchester, Randolj h Countv. Ind., on the FOURTEENTH DAY OFJt'LY. loii. between the houri of 10 o'clock A.M. and i o'clock P. M. of aahl day, the follow -in Real Estate, aituatcd in Randolph Co., Indiana, to wit: The north-aet quarter of the south east cjuarttr of section six, tow nship twenty, one, of ranpc fourteen cast. Also the we.t part of lot numter six, in block enm l t six, in the twn of lVcrfitld. Eitcutti! a the propertr cf Uriah rien e, at the suit of Samuel A. Drown, Nathan S, Lockwood.sr.d Htnrv I. Frown. AVM. M. CAM PR EL L, Je21,ln0. fee 3.1 Sh'ffE. C. BLANKS. Decsl, Mortfra-es, Delivery Ronds, E rcution. Summon1, Kubpo, Cii.t4. tie Sales, etc., etc, fj 1 t lli & l duo td pricts