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niM:.wa'',,rt,'r.tt,' MV; C (f : V '"" ( i-' The -Atlantic Meathly for October ' V-.'
nk,; - ' - - --lüü!- itWuallv interesting: "Some uf Miu h M-i..Va I.mU Mr il rv-j k lUatru k and k .. f .. Trflitor. Mm H?t.ry T. " I - : 1 For, the Journal j j - HUGH STRAW.-Thcrc are one imiilti:r Ind., isept.21, ltGOJ1 ! hundred xind three Geimans in this CLAS W. M; u i.am: Li lu:ti-fr; !r? jil Jit P-i.ts m l V . Overtoil- lJ!l Hirrd H '-r l'i.3'l I) o? Win Jow S i-h L ir J C r.dle i r 45 .i .'. 0) 03 dj .!' .i.j '. !3 u ) .:: Jo r-i it i W 2 0) -j i)fi J 0(1 2 03 SUM IV I . C II 13 s t i: It . I jTlittrKhij. September 130. Iii; I a'Ui!ia Dear ir: .Iu -your ahout the lost 9 Haunts, of. liuins' .:riuiu.audrci.ly to an inquiry about isnninades,' Tho .Sunimuns' 'Dar-' School House Committee y nominee, "fnQr"1)ccn more willing to again apply, the lash to tho 'tender footed Republicans than he.- - ' 0 In progf of the above, we have hut to read his interrogatories to NrGar- ictt, Esq., in the Journal last spring. Kevp it before th-j people, .that G. W . Monks, an independent candidate townshipwho have declared theirdnten to vo'e lor Lincolu and Hamlin, who I voted in lhOO for-Buchanan: making 011 , a irain of two bundled and ix for the 1.1 11..f.'K.. ... r . . . . ' I - - - t "l" Winand his Uovieucis' A Modern ip0c'1 meyweru. . ;iyiny ;aronmi iuu.se. KepnWican tei;et. alayette Jourr itlnil? the canvass for the nomination Cindrilla- 'The Old Dav.s and the From your reply, is it not fair toüial, 1 1 til. ; Bdiol 1 the demagogue! How he of Torhiv-'iMippose tht-v arc d ad, and their lipj , . . - , .umips uaircu moni-r loiorcMum Ol lonay, Ii r it the J ;tirn.i!. 4 in., i . :. i .r . t Kl 'iflUH' III pOMUi-,:. ii'iore Uli tlV "STICK TO THE TTCKCT"if0r nnnrin .itin unn'ih rnmc.' Tn .ii i-.L-..,. .f...r,wVft'L.r:' fCaled until the ivMuifct ion morn', Th i -.1.1 i . ..:n i i x- . I f ii! -.1 . vvhi'ii vtill Willi lile iloi RNAL will UlOvV iv- .;loiiai inirinc'-ii'.i'r aim i" - - ; Editors;' fnnct:' 'The I'rofcs ot them p to a cne of their duty. i?torr- Th Eiti m in Xovem! cr;' 1 Why is it that every Committee, got ' -C C-ra lirooms., iiird üoip.. rtutst fc Vic. . . . !tu W-rc .... 1 ) 1 lor i. let k, fcai I at Salem lat Spring .. . 100!.i ... . -.v:.... .i' ?Xlr, f, i .i , i .. Mil ;nd the KcvitMTs- and Eiterarv ! np to fonvard any rnWi-; entoipn, .. .. I CO. tor '' Clerk that lie 'would help to) - i . i i -,i c . i,lt. I 00 U , . , , ...A ... i Xoti,.. It i a i.iiruiricnt n.imler. jmiut he pa.dced with from one-halt to 1 ..... i .t '. .t. , 1..,. n.. i tlirf'i. fourths of its memhci's compocd .. 200 Toir.'jit'.-nt? Ä. Moaucr:it4.. T (X) WiV.j" Uutti 1 00 t SV.'it Dis'ieti 1 fji .. 50 . . .71 1 CO Al Ihnüt Wäoirn Grain fork... ciiicu cf TrAin Tilt .t -z r iinj G nnift cc. S t c !cu TcHri: M;ei Dr Converse. piohilly tho let that ha yet ap-1 1 . mm . . -i i : . !. ' . .1 I IC.TrL'l. lll'J JIIIV ni'll'ltl ma i. , .nr. .Monus suui inn in the presence j .... ooa, repoaMble men, who will i . - . , .' , , . . . , . . I scrihe for thii monthly when lie ran . It ii'is'irr f'iPir ilfi.livif c Ini lo so lurouLTii tnc iiouknul oijioc iun 'örtatat Brasilia 1 00 1 independent candidate this election liu-iic 2 0" hi. .i .'i .i ; ?. .i t to of o make the correctness of the above statement. With what show of fairness and i , riirht can Mr. Monks now äU th; was a favorite explosion of Mr. G. W. Monks, Chairman of the Iiepuh-j i " . Ii".... i i ' lican v-enirai Commute?, air.i leauer of thd Il.'publican party ir. . 1S5. Many times on election day did this same G. V. Monks climb on the wood pile in tho Court House Sonar. trv that Solomon in all his. wisdom I ... i . m j au'i siiig inn, sinn ij iiii. ii' ivi.i. would at a loss to decipher. Thu.i, Dear Sir, has many of our tl 1(3 legal enth men, is a iny LO.U, vnt of tlir t.frrTi n I n Annn , 1 An f 1. WVlr.esdny.-th! firi.tdyof the lair, vi ill dj devoted to entric. arranging ttock. etc.. for-X candidate? We ask Republicans to think of this matter candidly and f-o- berly lcfore tliev cast their vote two dollars. - Ticknor and FiehU, Boston, Mass., Publish er. - i projects for improving our town and country slept tho tdeep of death: We get tip a few meetings (abont thrci) take a few preliminary stops and finally resolve it into the hands of chived or entered after 4 o'clock, I M , )f tlu day, nnles 'unavoidable ac- c dent occur. . x J. Ax tides intended for exhibition tsn..t be entered on the Secretary hooks Lefi.ro they can be admitted within the endosurc. No article hall be removed from the enclosure with.mt pjrmissioti of the Kxccutivc Cotumitteo. 3. No aitiwlc can be ertcredto compete for more than one premium. except as a part of a collection" in tho Kiine class, or am jng "sweep btake." 4. Persons may hf-cora members of thi Society by paying one dollar, which will entitle them to a bä lge, which will admit them and all females of their family, and all male under '21 years of age. (unmarried.) to th;Pair grounds during tlu Kair; and also entitle them to enter all . articled or nnitnnh thy may desire, free o! charge. 0. CornmittctK will be called on th Heron I day at 9 o'clock, A. M.. und will pro.-eed to award premiums o:i cattle, hog, vegetables, grains, miscellaneous articles, etc. Un the third day horses and jicks will be ex hibited, trotting match, riding, etc.. and premiums awarded. G. During the examination of htcckf , no person, except those having chargo of itojk. judges and officers iiUeii.iing to their duties, will, under .my pretense or excuse, bj admitted within th: ling. 7. All articles, etc , must possess mere thin ordinary merit to r-e:ure premium, cvea if there b'3 no competition. 8. All articles of domestic manu facture ait) positively require I to have been maunfa:tured since the last Annual Tair, and within the county. !). No peron will be admitted into the Tair ground until th y first obtain a la Ige or ticket with their name written thereon. 10. If ther is not euo gh money t.ken in during tlu Pair, and in the Treasury, to pay t!i3 expenses and premiums awarded, tlu expenses will tirht la pai l, an I tho residue divided, yro ratio, anrmg those entitled to pritnitmis. 11. Any person wishing a 5 tall for a horse during tho Fair, can apply to th? Sjcretaty, und receive a uumber by ravin Hftv cents. j. W. DROTHEUTON, Prca't. dyaunt Crqusz, Sec'v. Jiiilre Crown, "having completed his exhibition of Hon. W. P. Debolt,M I the "leunl ire in lernen" ami here atthi H in which he gave b'.i-h general satifac ista the business receives its final ijuietuj. i suppose they do, as in Court, non pros tho case. When we need legal advice wc call i .t . i i i . expected of Mr. Goodrich's friends , through Jay county last week. Judge, and snnportcrs. Thev would have 1 can't von cret a tent and irive an ex- tnakinirlor . ..." ... . . i i i i: ....... ,,"o - 1 . 1 . . ft . M ft m I Al - II AM MVr.il Til f Wl lllll 111 t I ' .1 I . . r w w. . n . n . i . ... -. . . ...I... 'always willing Iii j i ior mine, piaeen i tun jmouuo uuuer to hacrifice principle ile aske'd, and that of t ight, a cheerful j hibition ot the ani-mule next Saturday . . r at ' i i c i ! in connection with the Cirtus. compliance ot Mr. Goodrich s fnend. . r . . , . , ... I would make a first class "side If Mr. Monks had', be aten - Mr. s h!l0W D,mocrat. Good i ich one vote, we hhonlil Iiavc 1 . - .... . . . I Now vn thin : th pni ins ua ne in ine iicun niid iusim el on his election as the choice of the people, and we fdionld have, insisted that Mr. Good rich was in honor bound to ivc Iiis vote an I indnenee for Mr. Monks, and wc know that he - would have done no. - i . From all parts of the County wc have ths mot cheering news ai re gards the success Of our County Ticker. It is so good that the people, not even our opponents, find much fault with It. There could hardly any contingency arise that would defeat any portion of it. . above is decidedly ihc coolest thing that wo have seen since tho campaign. Look at the impudence of the Democrat. In the first place Judge lhown challenged T. M. Browne; in the second plaee the said T. M. Crownc not onlv took the Faid James Brown to Jay ' County to the first appoint ment, but after that furnished him a conveyance in his buggy to most of the other appointments, the Demo crats in Jay County positively refus- upon the learned doctors of law; and when we need medical nid wo call upon the enlightened doctors of physic. But, sir, when wc need a School Home (that which is of vast moment to us all) wc ought to call upon an other and better class of men, men of industry, and possessed of the neces sary mochanical . f kill to commence and carry on to completion any build ing that we may need. And in this connection 1 will add, we have a very respectable number of Mich mechan ics livimr anions: us. Xotwithstandiug the efforts of Geo. in-r to take Mr. James Brown to Iiis appointments. Gen. Win, Walker, the great South I V my... 1. t 1 1 lII I rkf lll. trf.11. dlt'Ail II Till .1 .IIUCIICUU llll lull J ICI , lliU l-,l MIM W . Monks to damage the prospects - ' - J of Messrs. Hallidav and Jenkins, thev are constantly rising in tho good oninions of tho nconle. This attenint todeft that nortinn ofonr tiVLni 1 Hontlnicani who dispatched him after captured and shot. He was captured bv the British and handed over to tho Why was it ? John I. Turner was an independent candidate for Auditor, with about as good a prospect of micccss as Mr. Monks has at this tirr.e. Not content with Mr. Turner's defeat at the polls, he pursued him in his business, never ceasing until he hunted him to his grave. How would Mr. Monks like tho same measure meted out to him ? Kepublicaiif, friends of J. R. Turner, of Is.iac N. Williamson and Nathan Garrett, will stick to the TlCKUT. 'flic "C-u:! rr on flic loii;In Stale Ticket, will be a niOftt inglorious failure, and those who attempt it will be properly estimated and rewarded. L?t ns have concert of acion and be at the polls and deposite our votes, and. let them tc!l for Freedom and UepubJieani&m. Kepnblican National Xlckctl fOU PRESIDENT, Abraham Lin coin, OF ILLINOIS. rOtt VICE PRESIDENT. II a u u i h a 1 Hamlin, OF MAINE. Electoral TlcUct. r.LicTons roa the statt at la roe. WILL CUMBACH, of Dicitur; JOHN L. MANSFIELD, of Jtrffcr-on. puTaicT trrTO. lit D.tnct Crr:i. M. Allen, of Knox; 21 J hu W. Hit, of Clarkr; ?A Morton C. If . inter, uf Monroe; 1th John II. Far-in tn w, of Frauklln; 5th Nils M TruOrr, of l'avcttc; Clh llruhrn A. Kilcr. of liaacc-ek; Tti .J hn IlinniS, of r.itimn; Kih ira ie! A. HafT, of TipprcHnoe; ?th J mu'j N. Trncr, of Miami; 10th hare J nkln.nn, of Allen; 11 DiriJ O. Diiter, of lfunthif ton. KSrpublran State TicUet. rca oovruNoa, I1ENRV S. LANE, of Montgomery. rou LirrmxAM covr.r.xoa, OLIVER P. MORTON, of Wavne. roa 3tcRrrr or sTrr, WILLIAM A. I'LLLLi:, of Kaadolj h. r jlTAf iMir Ä 01 ITATt, JONATHAN i. 1IAKVEY, or CUrkc. DJ irnrToÄ 'T ? r att, ALULUT LANt'.U, of Vi-o. 1 a attmv r.Estavt, JAMKrä (L JONFS, or VanJrbur-. r :. uvaiui or siritLvc ciar. PtNJ AMIN HA!:niSON.of Marion. roiicj tiiik t r trrRts: iur, JOHN P. JON L, ol Lapran. rv icrtniN? :sccnt r rvitic is rarer:. ::iLUi J. rLTiTCHLR, ciT'utsaai. .Moorman mil liev. On l.üt Friday night these gentle men held forth at the Court House. Or rather Mr. Key held forth, speaking asli3 did over two hours; Mr. Moor man only hpoaking 30 minutes. Mr. Kev demonstrated bevond a doubt and to the entire satisfaction, of eight Democrats present that Popular Sovereignty had always been the policy of thv? government, but did not make it quite so plain to Republicans when he declared that Stephen A. Douglas was instrumental iu repealing the Missouri Compromise line ? in order that the people in Kansas and Nebraska might live out the principles of Popular .Sovereignty. Mr. Key propounded the Democrat's iiuebtions to Mr. Moorman and whether ho was satisfied ' or not with the answers, the Republicans were highly pleased. In regard to Mr. Key's speech we have onlv to remark that we have heard a good many people say that it wai the best Democratic. speech that has been made in Winchester during the campaign. Andrew J. Nefi Esq., will address the Macksillc Republican Club on Tuesday night, October 1' I. Powrrful Argrumritf. The Breckinridge men of Blackford County mat at Hartford City and raised a pole. The voters of this par ty iu Blackford number something over one hundred. Tlu Douglas par ty did not like this demonstration on behalf of their Breckinridge opponents, and gave exhibi ion of their loyahty to law and order by cutting down the pole, and not sati.dicd with that, they cut it to pieces and piled it up in freut of a Breckinridge man's store house. What plank cf Popular Sovereignty" warrants &uch conduct. "A plai e lor every man, and every man in his place," is a true and sale maxim. . Place those men upon the Commit tees that have an interest in tho busi ness and understand the object of the same then, and not until then, will we movo with somo system in the right direction. Give '-tho-so men the money necessary to pay for erecting a build ing anil we will have a School House large enough for our present and future use, in much less time than wc have been talking about it. And lest some learned limb of the law should bo at a loss to know where this money is to come from, it may be ! well to say that the time (which is h. . I IIIUIIUV I U1U4 Ulb IIIUIH IIIIU Hill Ul-Vill as at last " i 1 . i i i expenueu 1:1 our rowii aim vouuiv dming the present political canvass (which has probably not changed to or made 120 votes for either arty) would eicct a splendid three blory brick School Houc. Put our mechanics forward in all of our public enterprises; show them that we appreciate their dibits and respect the laboring man. Now a word about the importance of the immediate erection of a School House. Here we nie with a population of about 1,200 iniiabitans, and not a respectable School House largo enough to höht the fifth child in tho town. Many of our boys that are ranging from 13 to -0 years old will be de prived of auch an education as they have a right to expect and icceive oi us as the citizens of the town. A few Tho Ohio State Fair U now hoill? of the boys are gone or going a dis- . . . , . . , 1 tancc iroui tiome 10 scu joi; 1111s is ai- held at Dayton. It is very larcgly (cmled wi.lia.heavy expcnse anil thi. auuw 'expense is a tribute that we arc pay- Marcus Shire will be on hand iu ajing to other people, thereby draining tho above manner. He met tho fate lint should have been nietC'l out to him years ago. The South will of course make a noise about it-as du has been in their interest, but the sober judgment of the people will say -served him right. Republicans may as well understand that our enemies are at work and that vigilanty. If we would be successful as we desire to be vve must be on the alert. Our Democratic neighbois are not making any noise, but arc busy. Asahel Stone and J. J. Cheney ad dressed the Republican Club at Har risvilleon Tuesday night. fit.. ..Ml 1 f J ..i ir 1 a uc vui i,in uiiara puoiisiies the following resolutions adopted by the Breckinridge State Committee at its meeting the other day, together with a short article, on the question of supporting the Douglas State ticket, which we append : Resolved, That in view of the con ciliatory overtures, which have, from time to time, been made to tha friends ot Mr. Douglas iu this State, and rejected by them, if the present State tLket be defeated, thev, and they, alone, will be responsible for the result. &0UGI.AS STATE TICKET. Let it be remembered that th New Albany Ledger, one of the best posted of all tho Douglas organs, claims all the candidate:! on the State ticket as Douglas men. We have reason to apprehend, wc again say, that the Ledger is well informell in this rospec.; If thet should be elected the political power and patronage of Indiana will be divided between the Douglas men ami their allies, the Know Nothings the former taking the lion's share of the loaves an I iMics, an- the latt-r the dials. All the inilueuce of the State office's elect all the influence of those expecting to partici pate in tlu Stato patronage will be brought to bear against the Iriends o! Breckinridge and Lane, to weaken their organization novr, and to defeat their ticket hereafter. For one, wo are not disposed to kiss the rod which will be used to smite us. For one, we shall not vote the ticket; nor here after even publish it considering the refusal of its frieuds to unite on honorable terms with the Breckinridge men, wdiilst they are hugging to their bosoms those whom they characterized, five short years ago. as' 'murderers" and "house burners," as a prtmcd'ttatcd insult, wdiich no Democrat can brook. come any hi an prove to this community that the above is not substantially true? Novr. i not tlu man Monks a pret ty looking föfsil to take to himself the priv ilege of turning around to the Democratic party and ask us to sup port him for the same office that he sought at the hands ot the Republican parly last spring? Did ever any Democrat know of such I are-faced inipudenc? Vciilyno. John B. Goodrich is Monk' op ponent, and the regular nominee of tho Republican party. He is a young man; is well qualified to fill the office for which he asked; he is Monks' equal in every respect in morals, in tcllect and integrity, cud in every way a worthy young man; and although I do not indorse his political sentiments, ho ought to have justice done him and his merits rewarded. A brief history of John's life and struggles may not be amiss here. Some 1G years ago he lost his father. under the most trying circumstances; leaving him with a stepmother who was aged an l much inpaned in mind and ho ly. Tlneo half sisters and a younger brother composed the family left thus Hidd-enly to his care, he being the eldest of tho children and hut a boy himself. Thus did J. B. Good rich commence life for himself j poor boy and heavily burdened. Notwithstanding all this, by the united exertions of tlu family, hut mainly his own, he managed to keej the family together. He lias educate. himself for the bar. and not only has ho educated himself but he has edu cated and placed his three fair sisters amongst the most intelligent and respectable young ladies of the county. Therefore if wc Democrats must vote for and have a Republican elected, let us cast our votes for Mr. Goodrich that we may have the satisfaction of knowing that we have given our aid in electing a man well-worthy of the same. I am told that tho Democratic Central Committee have in contempla tion the piopiiety of patting the name of William K. Smith upon the ticket for county Clerk. This will surely bo a good move. Mr. Smith is a :W iVdvciiisonieiifc', 1 WINCHESTER f SEMINARY. -rrrt- rpj11S SCHOOL mil opr. on Monday. XT I 7VYN 1 1 ITQrP JL the ltof(Kti-Ur, 10", nr.i will ilXVllljOl 'JA' - Term" to ill hü tiav Ciid it to lUr Int. rut i . - t j PcuJ to a good fchool. TEHMS rr m.ssic or mi o-Tm:) CLOTHING STORE! or it FALL AXD Vi.TE!l STOCK! A. Stock of Clothing, and many other thi im, that tan be round in no Clothing lNiablishment Hint ha ever before been nil inhibition in ! (I "lo-y, 15 um, Moral Ortko'-rariiT, Kirst and Sfcond KtrAihr, Wnlinjr; on f ltr, I'rinn- ry Gtcgraj hr, and 1 rimary Aritl.in. tic " SiX'tl Thirl anJ Fourth Reader, Mn tal Aritlmi tic, Olograph? . AimIwit. Priuiirv (.Irjtmn.ir, Algtra, l'nit.l Sfitfs f !if'jrr, Farniliar Sttrtin-, Kl cmnt'ir Piii:olo2TÄi.'J iViinun.-liip $7.0?) Arithmetic. AtiulitUal (Jri-iunir, A!sclra,Ikok 1-rte paug. I'UiU's I Aetro:.ciii, i'hc:tii-try. Ibtnoiopy, itiice. this market! The whole tock direct from Phil mltphin f itv. anil made expressly for this loenlitv. RCTURXKD lure c have laaile Klitti ric. Luve. Anal-!, rlr.?ii&I lHi-rp'.y iiil lit.i:!'ii $13.0) ri;i:ie and S..!. rlc il fJiori try ml Trijrf:ionu'try, Sir r'vinc, lftiif -tive (m'cmi trv. 'i iv!-. "-tadu and IVr?; cti , l'-.Iitic d rcoTioray and Lata an-1 Irifk LtT3a;.v."i $12.U)' Ai;alvtical (I. '-Kiitrv , Pifl'i rciiti.il and Iiltrpral ' Culctiot, ' Analytical M cellar. ic."1, j tics and Aeouti(f, Anal ticl A'tri'notpy, t'.ivil Lt));iD cirin and I'r.mli 1 iiiUrtpe. ..... $15.0v Incii!o;it.l Vtv (in adtaucr $i.30 Cfnij)s';tiui jiud 1 'vcl-Luatiou thnntgl. the course. . , Occasional Lecture !. familiar cthict. n ill be given, when tliey are üamiJ iitc c.iry. Half the riK-ive tuition to he paid at the middle of the session and the other at it cloe. Lvcry puj'il will be charged ccordini; t- the above r.tt.- ! for then hole time la twit u r i ir ri iimn j the date of tjitt ring school ancl the the of p URNlSHINQ GOODS j the s.-.-ion, xci pt iu ciMS of protracted j al'.-cnce by Mckix unlr? the Trincijul i IH SHORT iii'"i mai iir pji )iiuinn ivr in( remainder of the Tt rm, tu Ahitli eie th tuition viU he cbargiil to the date of noli- Geation, and must t paid hu tliC J.up!l i. discontinued. The t il l ciiif j. of ac li dav ti ill fw!nmrnri and to dcsC1ilo every article would fill ' nt k i A. M. an j cOA. t 4 1 ; r M Uow- TTT. HAVi; JUST V from the Käst, vlu our jurch.isc in CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPET "VALISES. Every thing ptrtamlag h a regular Cliithiny tore. Wc do not wih to nuke a jrrent "ruff," V 14 f rt ff 1 U C Vllll n Ifll) I I ' j'.V.UUII T 1 IV VUII the attention of our f riend. and customer, and the public ptiiemlly, to our well se lected Stock üf ÜÜ0Ü3. GIVE XJS Jf. CALL and examine our irooils before purchasing elsewhere, and, our word lor it, you will) not regret it. j David i;ai:m;m & co. ! (sep.27. 4w ! iiiir Ipoa 1'2 m. to r. m . lor dinner. We hope to Luild up a permaucut school, "iiliv the pttrono- of the public, and vrv ftfckallthe friends of llucatlon to conie forward and adist u in our enterpr,e. - T.J. 1.KK, , iKt, - til. IVincipal. rp VfiTiriMm mivntiTm L1U1ILTJ IU lilAl.il Ilö I) D yjoTicE is iiKiinr.v civkv to ISTHK PLACKTOR LADIES to Luv ! P?" Vf rrc!'i,,P -our Juc j ICth day of October, ltCO, as follow: rn ' Indiana, that I exiitrt to Mttend in l!u 1 v ji . . . : - cral 1 ownslups ol this County f..r the pur r viiniii TArtmnrM'.i t oinl hrt K ior. conuhi;s, out Msimcr, U coi'i; V . Julian. tf Va?ne. l'oliticnl iH-aUin. V. M. HKO'AWL' aul J. li. COODlilCH v 111 till the fdlowic ftppotntcictt: TarujUad. Tuaa 1 ty, Oct. 2. Tij' r. m. A. J. N'EFF aal J. J. CHENEY will nt the fIIotAin f-Iacts: Vv'miior. T Lurilay, OcL 4, 7 r. yt. ' T. M. UHQW.VE atd D. F. PlCGS will ppeak at Luthenn Church. Hut'd iv, 0.t. f ,2. r. x. Hood'a Mcttioj llsiw, 3!aad ay, Oct. V. Hon. John 1. lVttlt To lie With I-. Wo are just iu receipt of a letter from this distinguished champion of freedom, promising to address the jveoplc at this j'a,:o on Thcusday EviiNiNii, Ocroucn 4th. .He will certainly be here, and wc hopo our ftiouds will give hint a largj meeting. Let tho notice be circulated fr and wide. few days with an assortment of ready made clothing, gotten up expressly for this maiket. Barnia A. Harris, a much respected citizen of this County removed this week to Cass Co., Iowa. 5 Mr. Crittenden, recent speech at Independence, in Kentucky, utterly repudiates tho idea of resistance from any quarter, to a .constitutionally elected President. There is no langer of any, while the PrcsMent holds in his gift one hundred thousand public ofliccs. Baltimore Patriot. ' Forclcrii roM su The telegraph tells us that Gari baldi has entered Naples, proclaimed Victor Kmmaunel K'ng, found 80, 000.000 livres in the roy al bank, and had suppressed a revolutionary com mittee which he found had constituted itsalf an authority in opposition to his own puposes. This is wbat was ex pected, and it unites ail Italy under one government and makes the Ital ians one nation. It is a happy con Summation if it can only bo maintain ed. The trouble is that Victor Km manual may not be able to hold Gari baldi within safe political limits, and by passing them he may lose the pro tection of France, and invoke the hos tility of Austria and Ilui.t, only too willing to take an opportunity to tdiow itself. France has not Wied Victor that the Pope must in)t be disturbed, and llussia declares that the present Mate of thing" is intoleraM. It is evident, therefore, that Garibaldi has reached the point beyond which he cm not pass without bringing in outside inter ference and a general war. Daily .Journal. T. M. B'O'.vn.. made ft speech it fcalcm on Monday night, and ..at ÜJartoai Tuesday night. - Yl'ajnc Count; I'jiir. lhe Fair in Wayne County com mences on Monday next, Sept. 1, and will continue during the week. It is exported that it will be. the largest and beat Fair ccr held in that county. A large nuniUr of entries have already been made in tin Mechanical l)epart meat. The exhibition of .Stock will bo larger than heretofore. The Horticultural 'Department is under the exclusive control of the llichmond Horticultural Society, and will be the finest display of Fntits, Flowers and Vegetables ever made ia Kastern Indian. The Premium Lht amount? toO4,00 prpln und otl cur. ClXt1XTI Oct. 12. l.V.. For many years 1 have MttTeied from dyspepsia, joined to an obstinate constipation of the bowcN. In th? same time 1 have been obligcil every few days tj take .oniJ active purge, which in the experience of all who re- ! sort to physical pill, merely aggra i vato cotiveness. 1 found no perma tieut relief until within a few months, 1 l-ogan using Peruvian Syrup. I find us of the money that would have been paid' out in our own town,' for the Käme, and other purposes, provided we had a School Iluiise tmitable to accommodate them. It will cost about ti o hundred dollars per year to ; send n boy to school away from home. This expense is composed of board ing, tuition, books and traveling ex penses.. Say there is five of our tons going to school, this w ill make one thousand dollars per year, and in eight years this would amount to enough mouey to pay for tho erection of as good a building as wc need. There are many of our youths grow ing up in idleness, all for want of the proper chances to make themselves useful members of society. The young will find something to do, be it good or bad; and if they had a chance to obtain an education within their reach they would be going to ndiool, there by qualifying themselves to become useful members of community. But, alas! they have not this privilege gran ted to them, and they are traveling along down the smooth, deceitful road of dissipation to death, making night hideous with their shouts of debauch ery and drunkenness. Xow, will you please call upon this From the Winchester Democrat. Mn. Kditör. With your permis sion, I propose to lay before the read ers of your valuable paper a few rea sons why tho Democracy ofUandolph County fchould not vote for G. W. Monks, for the ofiicc of Cleik. In the first place, he has held this office at; Clerk of the County for about fourteen years, and the deputyship of the Mine for some seven years, thereby j 0f the receipts of the ofiice for the two stcrlin well qualified to fill the oliiee with honor to himself and credit to hi friends. At home, where he is best known, he will carry every Democratic vote, and there is no doubt that he will bo acceptable to tho party throughout the county. ALKX. WHITE. Winchest-r, Sept. 1, . . . . .Vbr.ilmiti I.rn"lns Siitoritv An Z?itrr-.4tisr Mory of hi Uarly Ife. A rorrel.indcnt f the Portland Oregonian sends this narrative: To the Editor cf the Oregon'uin: The following incident in the early history of Mr. Lincoln, now the He publican candidate for Piesidcnt, il lustrates more fully than any thing that can bo said or done now. hi great integrity of character, and his peculiar fitness in that respect for the office of President. It shows that he would take special care that not a dollar of the people's money should be used im propeily. During the Presidency of Gen. Jackson, and w hile Mr. Barry of Ken tucky was Postmaster in "the little town of New Salem, in Sangamon county, III, the Government's portion Committee of 4,le'al ire ntlemen" this Council of five, and usk them to report or resign their trust ti- the com mon people, to that there may be something done to forward the enter pii.se. Wo need the School House and it will cost much time and labor to elect it, if what has already been done is a fair criterion for us to judge Ye favored and enlightened few, let us hear from you, if in y.ur arduous labor you have piodueed a mountain, or a mouae; hd us know. Very Respectfully Ai.r.x. Win ii. . - controling ( with all due deference to Mr. II. II. NefT, tho present incum bent) directly and indirectly the office for about twenty-one years. Surely, this is long enough for one man tobe in power in a country where wc pro fess rotation in office. Again, he has been the master wheel of the Opposition machinery, let it be called Whig, Republican, or by any other name, still it was the Jpposition ol the time honored Dem ocratic party. He has been the great Mogul, the great 'whipper-into ranks' of every tender-footed Republican who dared iaie his voice against any (can didate or office holder) member of the party. He has been engaged for near one-fourth of a century in abusing and viliilying the Democratic party. II has done . every thing in his power lo putdoicn and keep down every Dem ocrat that has dared to vay what he thought ought or ought not to be done in the administration of the business of the County, of the State, or of the United States to far as he had the power. Again, sir. i:i 185S, wIlmi Thomas I.. Scott, a Democrat, was an in lepen dent candidate for Treasurer of Ran dolph County, against J. W. Jarni gan. the tegular nominee of ihe Re publican i'iiity, no man in all this County excited himself so much to whip all of th Republicans into the support of Jarnigan, as did this man Monks; crying loudly and long against "the inconsistency of Repub licans supporting a Demorrat who dared to be an independent candidate. I hat i u hen the interest of the R?nublican 1 heir cheap Calicoes, Their Muilin Delaines, Their cheap Lawns, Their cheap Yaliushay, Their cheap French Cashmere?, Their cheap in'k Silk. Their cheap Pre? Trimming, Their (Hoves, Silk M-ts, Fine lieft.. Hoods, best lilcachtd Muslins, Hrovrn and Pleached. the very Table Cloths, REMEMEEIl THIS IS THE I'LACE to buy vour iotiosi and Dress Trimmings. GENTLEMEN Will Cnd this the place to j;ct their FINE SILK HATS, Spring stvlc for IbCO, WOOL HATS, IWLMLEAF HATS, FINE LEGHORN AND PANAMA HATS. YiurFiueand Coarse LOOTS, are al so here. Your Fine Wack Cloth COAT?, PANTS and YFSTS, just recti ed, with a pen . iritl ass'jrtaieut of Summer l'anti ' Stuff. Alo, Marseilles and Linen Coats. , Kr.Ki it Rkkohe the Peoplk. John C. Breckinridge says 'he belongs ! .)a,tv demanded that their nominee be . . - .1-1 ' - I M. I - "... to no party that desires the cxtciibion of Slavery. LET THEM ALS r. EM EM Eil, ' That John Bell Kays that humanity to the slave, no less than justice to tin master, demands that Slavery should be extfnded. WhLh is the soundest doctrine? the constipation cure; my digestion j Choose ye between them. We clip th" above from the Rich- has so much improved that my flesh Lie 1 .1 rt . m . 1 .Ai'drnl rvAlin 1 J i .1 , .. n- l t , i mond hK. the leadinir Bell-Kverctt rheumatic affection and weakness of my lower limbs, w hich trouble I me ! oroin In Virginia. Comment would very much, now entirely gone. I am .: be superrluous. persuaded these beneficial effecta lu c i 4 -.' rcsnitea irom the use ol l'eruvian hv Aunt K was trying to r,1P persuade little K ldy to retire at sun- Citr.sYtK P. Hr.r. 0." down: Columbia Street, j -Vou see, my dear, how the little -rrRrviAX Srnrr Ux Solution of Proton , chickons g0 to r t at ,liat time. tie of Iron, & neve di'poverr in medicine! ,.v . i. i i en t . and Strikes tt Ihe root of diVe bv pro- es auut-v 1" lvldy, "but dudng kmUhy blood the jourceof nil vital- I. the old hen tlways goes with them." itr in tlielmniAn organism." Tor sale by Aunty tried no more orgumcu's IV.U.I'ier-. withhiui. GOOD W0ODWANrHD AT- GOOD WOOD WANTED AT THIS OITTCK IMMKIMATKIA THIS elected." In 1359. whenTyraT. Puckrtt was an independent candidate for County Commissioner in opposition to Ar thur Mclvcw, Monks still whistled the same old tune (Molly put the kettle on) "the interest oi our party demands that we support the regular nominee.' But go with mo a little further. Where do we find this same man, G. W. Monk., in 1SC0? Why. dancing years he held it, amounted to one htm died and fifty or two hundred dollars; all of which was permitted to remain in his hands, uncalled for by the Post master General, for three or four years after Mr. Lincoln resigned the office, and removed to Springfield, where Ir now lives. In the mean time, Mr. Kendall, having succeeded Mr. Barry in the Post ülfice Depaitment, set about relieving the party from its pec uniary embarfSMiicnts, "by picking up the crumbs" which Mr. Barry had thrown away as not worth the trouble of saving, and in the fall of LS31 or '05 drew on Mr. Lincoln, in favor of a mail carrier, for the amount standing against him on the books of the De partment. The m til carrier inquired of me for Mr. Lincoln, at the Rime time showing me the draft on him for near two hundred dollars. I fdt that this would be a lare Mnn for a poor l!l. . VI.. I ! I ' . man iikc .vir. Lincoln to rtie on le mand, and on meeting hint offered to aid him it necessary. He thanked me, and said he did not need assistance; went to bin room, and returned inn few minutes with a package in his hau 1 containing money, and on counting it it wa? found to be the exact amount called for by tho draft, and the very money received by him four an I five years previous. During all this period money wa wa being loaned for three an I five per cent per mouth, and Mr. Lincoln was often, fiom inability to collect what was due him sorely pressed for five dollars to pay a board bill. Be sides, it was then th policy of the Government to allow tho banks to n tho people's money for speculative pur poses, and it was not thonghtwrcng or disreputable for a Government officer to use the money in hi possession, provided he had a reasonable prospect for raising it when it was wanted for disbursement. But Mr. Lincoln believ ed it was .wrong to use what did not belong to him, and his stem, unbend ing integrity enabled him to resist, not only the temptation of "pinching poverty, but tfie All powrelul intlu- This ii the place to get your Queen. ware, Knives and Forks, Spoons, CndletM-k, and Tinware; You can Gnd your BATAbLES here alo. Cheese, Cracker,' Dried Peef, Pacuii, .Fridav'.M i W.iyuc Towrnhip,. . . .Thur.sd.iy t dy of November: Jack on Ward Franklin Orecn Monroe StonuTCck ' .Vettiecreek" Westriver " Wiis hi npton" (Jrceiisfork . .. . "Wednesday, 7th ' . . . .Thur.sd.tv, fct'a ' ... .Fi idav, $th Siturday. 10th . .. .MniuhlV 1 2th ... .1 uesdar, 13th 44 And thereafter .it my oHice, iu Winches ter, until the third Mondr in March, IbCl. afar hielt tinie there will Le 10 per ctut. added to all unpaid taxc.. P. S. Special at'c:itio:i will be directed t the collection of the Delinquent T.ixc of former year. They positively mint he p.tid soon, and we shill continue to distrain per sonal property for that purpose. r? Tovv.Nsmrs. 5 1: : : 'oi 7- : I c" tr ! '. : : . is g . i i ; ci r. I ' t 1- I- i Whitrrivtr, U"aliiupton, (1 reen-Iork, StoMvcretk, Xettlecreek, i:'io!i l.r.:j(i 1 io io 05 tsi'oiej i:: jo in o o;, oj -jr. iMio'irintins.'ir.'rj i;o 1151.10 in io n. no oil 9U i;,o ?i.v :o in m o:,Vci?:. u: n Wetriver, iL' .'Ul'lO CSOY.'na 2. 91 !l7.r Creen l.' 30 10 0s oi 2 10 r-0 l7.r Ward in iO(i:M2 2'ii: no Jickson, . .. : . . i.V:;o'i.i!in'nn.n2 i;, f2 t:o Wavne, i:..M10 I0O0 4-2 2. .92 17.' Munroe , 5'!,lM0'in (5 f 2 2." 97' 1 7;' Franklin, .lo 10 .10.10.C32 S." O'ol'.O J. W. JARNACI.V, Sept. 2!), ltfc. Treas. R. C. CAMPAIGN MEDALS, C0XTA1M.NG Beautifal Photographic Portraits of . the Candidates. STYLlis M) IMIICKS. IMail To Trice. Agents 1. Larirc double, silver td'd, &k 20cM Lnrd. vour flnc suir-curcd HAMS, :u '. 'J.'i TUB VBftY litbT THA, , kici:, ... FISH. ldTTFR. IX.C.S, CGlf NMBA L, ' FLOH!!. FTC. F.TC i 2. Double, silver plated, H. Double, filvrr plnted, CoflVe . mall, Hilter plated, and Sucar, ' :- SoliJ, double, jrilt. I Jl. Shell, double, pilt. 25 ; 7. irinle (Candidate for Prod "" ! dent;, pill, 10 r. .Scjrf, shiiwl, A ldge j.in., j . wlta pt rtn.it, 15 IS 12 H HI J 1Ü TO FAHMERS1 Atnts orderin? by mail, niut tnclo-ic the i j rice, nnd on rent extra fnr e.ich r.ielal, lr ptAr. If orb red br eipreJ, cont Hid elnr'es ein le collected by the exj-rth lit if (leMraMf . .iriit should ordtrfroin the number? , THIS LS TUB I'LACB - ..f the ahme H.-t, and nte what projyyitin THIS IS TUB FLACi: : d o h can lid.ie thy ant. TO SFLL YOFR PKODFt'K. ! Fa;k:.i of !es tlian ten.ht retail rriccn to a-iV vnt'i! I'lMHd'f!' ; Ad Ire li. ltl .'i:it. ni;iii,ii i"u ..w.-vw.-. , , ... t,.. t . .....! i ma i.rom av , .i i ink. VK RKFAYLr. CA 15 II for WIIBAT, CORN, OATS, FLAX-SKKD. CO II NM CA L, FLOt'It. BACON. LALD. LG(JS, aulC-2.nl Health and IDappi iicss Secured. TIlFcONCKNTKATLDCl'I.i: THLCO.NCLM J:.M FDCI KF ; A FOWLT1FFL KKMBDV I A lOW Kit FPL KLMLDY FOR WKAKNKSS, KTC, LTC. FOR WBAKNBSS, ' j FOR KAR I Y IN DISCI.' KTION To IIoiiM'builclerN. i for i:ai:ly indiscubtjon i TRY IT! TRY IT! V- keepcnUntlr on hand. Lumber f"r j TRY IT! TRY IT! Scantling. Also, Nails and Gbs. 1 c .01 As nc hate adopted the Ml iw nil v dLMfjill s I H to another tune, that of defeating the ence of public sentiment. regular nominee and re-el?cting to of-1 Now, Mr. Editor, 1 feci very sure ficc G. W. Monks," notwithstanding i that when- the people come t? tinder the fact that last spring he was a can- i stand the true character of Mr. Lii- didale before the Republican party at coin, and reflect upon the piesent lax We (MX and WILL fe.l i.owra than ay Credit Store ran or trill. -OUR STOCK IS LNTIRBLY NBW The ConcH'iif rntrcl Curct a ci.RT.itM ai r-iwcairt. ar.rDT roa wrksr.i or tji Pitociti: aiivi: oki;a.?. It pre p art d br AN fttlVTM rilTM IA Cf Till citv , And has ! ti kt oo lire s Tun oM.r LMI or Tht wifild stir Iy ?ul rinuci.tly ret' r to ft Nattir.il Sfite of Health an 1 ''ir, ycr nkoit(J by txcp,er hy no; iw'Iücri-.tioi or iaui.t orrii. A'thougli not mar.v mnntl; have el.tte.l t. -r- m m . tTAU we uA U .i call. Stcrr, at th old Stand, South of Vullic I fciucc lt fiMt. '(ni rally h.truduced by .... .... mean? of e.tn-uc udverttMr, it i r.oT koiir Hinfiifj fNf . - " Square, U'inrAfffrr, Ind. i. Y. II it r C L , Apr 13, If GO nlGly Sluiifrs Sale. 1 din the nominating election, pledged by his honor as a man, and by the usages of the party, to abide by the decision of a majority in the nomination. In r .1 .11. i ity of public morals on the subject of uing the public money, ami the great need there is of reform in this particu lar, will say of Abraham Lincoln in fiet no one of the candidates said more : November next, as was said of obi of :n favor of supporting the ticket than , the faithful servant, by the Great did this same G. W Monks; and had Mudge ot human nature "thou hast he fiuccocled in obtaining the nomina- jbeen faithful ovei a few things," we tjjn at the hands of the Republican I "will make the ruler over mauy." rcirtv in April last, no man would II. I " . t - i l :. i. c . t ' niTTCi: IMirDIATni.Y.'havc shrieked louder for "tho icgnlar Lafavctte, Julv Irt, 1S. irtue of an execution to nie iricted from the Randolph Cir cuit Fotirt, I Mill exp'e to a!e at '.lie Court Houkv dour, in WINCHF.STLR, Ran loljdi Co., Indiana, on the 2TH DAT OF SKIT KM UFR, 1-Ct). between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M ! and lo'chu k V. M. of iid dtv, the follow - j ty, Indiana, to wit: i H. (.KK.I.K, .Ukt, Commeiicinq at the scuth-eat oorr.er of Ilrodvv i- theAtith.ent cjutrter of the r.uth-et ! -I Vi.EASAXT &TAf f.7..Vr, quarter of ection thirty. four, in tonriip' Cor the cimtü. c.rc.an. can be tddair.cd Ir uinetcen, of r.tne ftiurtfn etst, tliencc eudinr $5 to the Acot abot r- tluz a vast number of Tin: uxroitTuxATf:! Who, having hteu led to MAkt: a tbial or it vmrrr. are rar-iilv recovi rln tlulr nr.titnl UFA II H AND STRBNGTIL Thi pn paratiu 'a not a mimi i.ait, h t A PL'HLLY MFDK INAL Hi:Ii;i)Y The RÜcted re Inv iteil to trr II. IT willsfrblV curb Send for a circular t'.rt, red it care full rt and then tou will ff.id for t!if mdicine. P'riee yir Out DUnr. Cm be st nt by mail. One v ial will laif, a m.'t.th. running north frirht)-errn fett to a ?t.ike, thence west sixty-Jour feet, thence north twenty fert, thence w t-t one hundred and ixty feet, thence south and one Laif red, thence easi one hundred an 1 seventy feet t. the place of tci;innin?, except the ground where the Maaoni- Hill stmdion Cxecuted a the propertt f Heiijemin Hunt and Lvi O. Harris, t the mil of Sumutl J'Ut. SFNTFRFB UV MAIL. Oireul iM or medicir.t can b procwrtd cfDrucCiit Li er here April Ö, LstC ly -pt. 6. IO WM. M. CAM1 T.FI.U 1 tv 1.1 Sli'fl Ii, c, Deed-. Mort!, Dducrv Ihi.d. V.. eciitioti, Sutr.mons ?, Hnhpmts, Consta- ; Ue Sale.-, etc., etc.. iu 1 t this u2ice t . rt-lu'.-ed ptive?, . r