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REPUBLICAN PLATFÜRMJ Notions, Hals and Caps.
COFFMAN, WINDER & CO. Importer and Wholesale Dealer in F0REIGX& DOUESTIC XOTIOXS. Atlonirtl at Clilcrtiro, .flay Ifllh, "Hfo!,!, That nt, th dele-ate rcpre s i.Uüera t the Republican electors of the l:n;td Stetes, in Convention asrcmbled, in Ce Inc-hire nl ie-luTj we owe to our von miiinUtnJ o-;r country, unit, in thr I jI lowin declarations: " rf: That th history of the nation during thfl lost fmr vein hs fully ctb Eebed the prpriity and necessity of the or ganization and pretaAt;Ga of the Republi cs pirty, ui thit he causes wh cl called it int existence are pcrmxr.erit In thir na ture, an i now, njr:baa ever before, d ni: I i peieful ar.l cou.-tit-iti ;r 1 tri t jr.r.H. - 'gcrori'l: Tiatvse. wvtrnirco ot toe, rrlntiplt p"C " " """Vcd ia tht Declaration of j Ih'IpyuIenc,. l embli 1 in t)f Federal ; C a-UUtttiori,;j essential to the preservation of our republican institutions; th it the Fed- , erl Constitution, t e rights of the State?, sn ! the Union of the Statu, must and shall be preicrvcd; andtbt wc remtrt 'these truths to be lelf eriJcnt, that all mm are created cytal;thr.t they are r ndowed bj their Crtator with certain inalienable rirrhts; t at anon thete are life, liberty, ami the pur. uit of h ppineas. That to secure thete rights, governments are instituted among mm, deriving their just power from the onjnt of the governed. "Third: That to the Union of the States this nation owes its unprecedented increare in popn atiin; its surprising development of material resources; its rapi 1 augmentation fweelth; it hippinesaat home, and it Innor abroid; an ! we h!d in abbot rence all schema for disunion, come frcrn whatever amrce they miT; in lwe conpratiilatf the ouatry that no Republican member of Con- pres. ha nttered r countenanced a threat of disunion, so often m vl by Democratic members of Congress without rebuke, and with applause from their political associate ; and we denounce those threat of disunion, in case of a popular overthrow of their as cer.deney, as denying the vit! principle of a free government, and as an avowal ot con tem:tatcd treason, which it is the imperu tire duty of an indignant people strongly to rthuke and forever nunce. .Fourth: Thxt the m liut nance iiiviol.it of the rights of the Sutcs, and ep -cully the right of each Stite t order an 1 control it own domestic institution, According to its own jalgmci.t excluivily, is H-ntiul t) that m1 tnce of piwer on wh'uh the per fection and t-n Iur.ince of our p'ditic il tnitli depeni, au I we denounce the lawless inva sion bjf arm? 1 force of any St ite er Territo ry, no m ittcr uivlir what pretext, as anions the gratest of crime!". " I'hfth: Th it t!te present IVmocr.itic ad ministtatioa has far excf d d our "r?t p-prt-henion mit w mirfJiMi ubervie!ic tj the etsction of a sect ion.tl inter t, ii cpocially tvtdent in its desperate exer tion t rrce the luftm-tus Lecompton t?ontitution upn the protest:! g people of Kmin coiMtruiug tiiopenonai relation tetween m.-itr au-1 serran to inrolre an mqualitiM property in penona in its at tempted iMforceraot tTcrjwhfre, on land nd ft, throuf-h the Intervention of Con cress an 1 th Federal Courts, rf the ex Irerae pretentions of a purely local interest. .and in it general and r.nvnrun; a!'ie o the power intrusted to it by a contidin people. "Stzth: Thit the pcflplc j-4'tl it w with aUrr.i the rckls extravaranre which pre vadts ererf departtnent of th; fedcr.il covirnmenti that n return t' rt tl cconomv and accountability is in dispensable to arrest tlio system of rdunder of the pu ilic treasury I.Trf.irored partisans ; while the recent tart ling developments of fraud and corruption at the federal metropolis, show that an en tire change of administration h iintrative ly demanded. " Sezenth: That the new doma th.it the Vjr.mt ttioi), i ill own I'rce,oarnes ulav ry into sny or all thw teivitorita of the Uni ted Htatea, is a dtncrui political heresy. ;t rariancc witli the cr!icit provisions of thtt ir.str'unetit itsolf, with cotemporaneous e position., and filh lc.;i.Ilti ft and judicial precedent, is revolutionary in its tendency, and subvtrsivc of the p a:c :ud harmony of t!i country. "J'ti;nth: That th n raial condition of all the territory of the United States is that if freedom; th U m our rrpublica'i father., hen they lud nbolished fcUvery in all oir ti.itionil territory, ordüined thnt tu pernon ohoiild be depriw'ed ot life, liberty, or prop erty, witho U the process of law, it become? our duty, by legislation, whenever sorb legislation U neeesury, t" maiitt.iin thi provii)n of the Con.otituliiii ;gain5t all attempt j t( rioUtc it; und we lcn the authority of Congress, of a territorial lepiR lature, or of any individuals, to give leal existence to slaverr in an territory of the United States. " Xinth: 'lhat wo brand the recent rr epening of the African slave-trade, under the cover of rur national flap, aidd b perversions of judicial power, as a crime against humanity, a burning phante to our country ami ixe; and wc call upon Congress to take prompt and efficient measure for the total and final suppression of that execrable tratUc. TVnfa: That in the recent vetoes by their federal governors, of the acts of the legislatures of Kansas and Nebraska, pro hibiting slavery in those territories, we iiud a practical illustration of the boasted demo cratic principle of non-intervention and Popular Sovereignty, embodied in the Kansas and Nebraska bill, and a denuncia tion of the deception and fraud involved therein. Eleventh: That Kansas should of ripht be immediately admitted as a State, under the constitution recently formed ami adopted by her people, aad accepti d by the House of Representative s. TtceltK: That while providing revenue for the support of the genral government by duties upon imposts, found policy re quires such an adjustment of these imports as m encourage the development of the in- iu!rial interest of the whole country, and we commend that policy of natioual ex changes wlrch secures to the working m m liberal waives, to agriculture remunerating Cilorc, Iloicrj, I'irr-WorlaH, Fancy Can die, Toy, Torkct Cutlery, etc. etc. M. 3o.- fuxosnsTiuir.T, DAYTON, OHIO. TS TUB PLACE FOR LADIES to Imy PIERCE'S A tir cheap Calicoes, Their .Mu.lin 1'eiaines, Their cheap Lawns, Their cheap Valinsbays, Their cheap French Cashmeres, Their cheap RKk Silk. Their cheap Dress Trimmings, Their (J loves, Silk Mits. Fine Delis, Hoods, the very Table Cloths, j.trrfSiS. aep3 j. a wisdck. e. t. oos- I est Bleached Muslins, Brown and Bleached. REMEMBER Till? 1- THE PLACE to buy your Notions and Dress Trimmings. I n R I A IV A HAVE JUST RECEIVED lowest prices, the following Fall and Winter Goods: DRUG AND 1500 dor. Ladies' Asst. Hose, 500 Mi-se Men'i " Sock?, Boys, Gloves, Fur Wool 13'10 1010 :,oo 5000 11 COFFMAN, WINDER & CO. 31.') Secoxd St., Do tox, O. AVIioIcnalc ISuycrH GEIIT E HEN Wi'.l find this the place to get their FINE SILK HATS, . Spring style for ItfCO, WOOL HAT?, PALM LEAF HATS, FINE LEGHORN AND PANAMA HATS. Your Fine and Coarse BOOTS, arc al so here. Your Hue Wack Cloth COATS, PANTS and VESTS, just received, with a gen- erl assortment of Summer Pants Stuff. Also, Marseilles and Linen Coats. or 1 1 n ill! 7X Ann isvirr.D to kxamink ofit LW.E ATTRACTIVE STOCK, NOW Kn TIIK FALL TRADE. COFFMAN, WINDER & CO. Dattov. O..Sept. H. Mir TI llil il 1P 1 1,1 it um m ! NEEDHAM & NEFF, VRE IN THE MARKET AND PRE PAK KD TO PURCHASE "W EE HI T, 33 A. RLE "5rT, UVIJ, OATS, CORA, t , etc., nt tbirnew ware-lioujie, near Depot, and for which they will pay the the Freight ltiniWST MARKET PK WE A CASH Jfr. NUKI'wlll he at the ware-house, at all times, to atten I to business there, and Mr. NEKDIIAM will be nt his store, in the Shaw Ituilding" north-west comer of the Public Square, alum trail v to lmv frraiit. .Mr. N KUDU AM hs als'. jut 'received on-of the largest und best select stocks of DRY GOODS, Glass-ware, Queen's-warc, Salt, BOOTS AND SH0E3, Hats, Caps, f etc, which he will sell at the lowest jigures for nli or Country I'roducc He asks all to give him a call and make an examination of his oods and wares, be ing satisGcd that his dock can not be beat en, if equalled in thi part of the country. Winchester, Sept. f, 1FG0. 11H1 UillllllilUlAJ IV UL'UUIJ J T )1 '111 IJUi rjpiIK r.VDERSICIXKI) announce to the public tint he is now prepared to furni.oh to orrler, on short notice. Carriage, Hiiic, and Spring AVnons. ALSO: prices to raechan-cs ari l manufacturers an I ' adequate rewaH f.r their skill, labor, and J A , , aiTPOW(1 pU, prosperity and independence. ale Thirteenth : That wc protect against nnv ; or alienation tc others id' the public! lands held by actual Pettlers, and against j sny view of the free hornstead pdiey 1 which regards t!ie settlers s pauptr? rr I mppliciits for public bounty; and we demand the passage by Congress of the loraplete and satisfactory homestead mess- lire which has already passed the House. Fourteenth: That the Republican party i- op-ved to any change in our naturaliza tion luw?, or any St&te legislation by which the rights of citizenship hitherto accorded t immigrants from foreign lsnJs shall be abridged or impaired; and in favor of giv ing a fu'l and efficient protection to the rights of all classes of citizen, whether native or 1: at:r!vlizcd, bctb at home a;d abroa 1. Fifteenth: 'H.at appr7Taions by Con gr .1 tor rive.- aad hsrfc-r i.rroverr ents, f a nti n l tharacter, requlnd for the ac commodation and urity of sn existing eomraorce, are artl.orized ,y the Constitu tion a:il jistii-d ly an oV.''gs4ion ef the g vcrumr.t to j rott et tLe lives and jrcp- rty of its c;t;icns. Sixtrer.L1.: Tint a r ilr-r.d t the Pac'Cc 0-;ean ?s imp rativ ly mundtd by .e interests, of the who!: country, that the t'-leral government cug'it to render im-iae.liat- and eli -unt id t:i it construction. and Cut. as r-!:.n: nary th'.nto, a daily be protcp!!y estab- a t as p e Krd. f.trtl ur we incite l.-i.vev r iliiTerie.g e n Militant F -"'!v I.aT'UZ thu ft which he will sell cheap for cwh All Morli V iirr.tntrd One Vcnr. I'. .1. IH 1. 1.. Shop near pas.eng r dej.ot, Winchester, Ind atilG SlM:i?r ale- BY virtue of an execution to me direct ed from the Randolph Common Plea Court, I will expose to sale at the court house door in Winchester, Randolph Co., Indiana.ua the '-Vril DAY OF SEPTENBER, lGO, tetween the. .ours of 10 o'clock A. M. nd 4 oclock P. M. of said day, the following real estate, situated in Randolph County, Imliana, to wit: The west half cf the south-west r,uarter ofserti n t v.-nty four, in t w nhip nineteen, of ran'e th:r'n eat, except where the steam .iw-mill stands. Executed as the property of Beniamin Htint, ut the suit of John H.Duvall, Micha el W. Ro rs, and John L. Riehev. WM. M.CAMPBELL. Sept. 6, l'fi. Tfee 1.1 Sh'ff R.C. 1 sj'Cf -n 1 Hy agree i ('..( r f !"I tI'J!lS. w Lo li ; ir. their fcfi'rni- MieiiU s Sale. Y virtue of an exctition to me j directed from the Randolph Cir cuit Court. I will eipose to sale at the Court House door, in WINCHESTER, diti:iti v e ps irdj l. s and iT s, j Randolph Co., Indiana, on th the u orirut' n of all citizen. non nV O V S V PT T M II V. I? lc! jbctwen the hours of lOo'clock A. M 'and I o'cloek P. M. of said dar, the follow- ii.g r-al estate, situated in Randolph Coun ty, Indians, to w it: Commencing at the south-ent corn r of the outh-e&t ejuarter of the south-east fj'iirter of seelion thirty four, in township niiKten, of range fourteen east, th nee ! running north cighty-even feet to a stitLe. ! ihence west vixty-four feet, thence north twenty feet, thence est one' hundred anl sixty feet, thence south six and one-half ro ll, thtnee east one hundred anl ?etnty feet to the place of beginning, except the ground where th Masonic Ifll stands on Executed m t!ic irop rtr of Benjimin Hunt anl I.eti C. Harris, at the suit of Samuel Piatt. WM. M. CAMTBELL, Sept. . le6X ff $1. SU'ff It. C. WHO WAXTSTO BE SHAVED? outland"&buckner, NO. 1 DARBCRS. OFFER tif scrriceato'evtry bodytbat rniy de.!rt any thißff dose in th line f .having, hair cutting,' shampocning, or any thin else in connection nith their tu fclnvs. Sho'iover Lucas grocery. ur, rent!tntn: onlr 5 ecnti f i"r an em j. eleeewt hart. 11 This is the place to get your Queensnare, Knives and Fork", Sjkoons, Candlesticks, and Tinware. You can find your EATABLES lure also ('lues. Craekcrs, Dried Beef, Bacon, Lrd, vour fine sugar-cured HAMS, Coir.e und Mi gar. THE VERY BEST TEA. RICE, FISH. BUTTER, EGGS. CORN MEAL, FLOUR, ETC., ETC TO FAHMERS! THIS LS THE PLACE THIS IS THE PLACE TO SELL YOt'l; PRODUCE TO SELL YOUR PRODUCE WE ARE PAYING CASH lor WHEAT. CORN, OATS. FLAX-SEED, CORNMEAL FLOCR, BACON, LARD. EGGS. ETC., ETC To IIoiiMchiiililc'i'N. We keepcntistantlv on lumd. Lumber for huih in?r ntirioes. I lank. Munglts, nnt Scantling. Also, Nails and Glass. As we have adopted the JiV BOOK STORE! JJ A VING JUST RECEIVED A FRESH STOCK OIF GOODS, I AM PREPARED TO SELL, FOR C ash or Country Produce, All kinds of Iru?, Chemical, oils, Paint. vc fctiifl and IVotioiisi, Consisting, in part, of the following: White Lead, dry, and in oil; Red Lend, V m f Ln Red, Chrom" Yellow, Vandyke Frown, Burnt Cmber, Burnt Sienna, Raw SiemiH Paris Green. Chinese Vermillion, Persian Red, Tube Paints, all kinds; Lnmp Black, Gcrmantown Lamp rrt(t AO. 4, Batc House, NnissroLts, Hduia. WILL ARD ic STOW ELL, KEEP the largest and be.it assortment of PIANO FORTES in the State, in- cludin? all strles. from th Plain Snar tn ; , ------ - ... - i . . . the Grand Piano. Also, Melodeons, Gui tars, Violins, Flutes. Flutinos, Drums, Fifes, etc., etc.: Sheet Music. Music Books, end all kinds of Musical Merchandise. r?T" Prices as low as any house east or west. livery Instrument falljr Wnrrnntrd. N. B. Cash purchasers can buy cheaper at the Indiana Music Store, than any other place in the west. Please call and see. 2T Instruments tuned and repaired, may 12 WILLARD & STOWF.LL. P 1 SYS il anv We CAN and WILL seil lower than Credit Store ran or tri. Ffc-OUU STOCK IS ENTIRELY NEW tPAW we ask is a call. Store, at the ld Stand, South of VulUc Square, Winehttttr, Intl. a. w. ii u ir c k , c! o. April), le-fil) nlCly The icw York Casli tore Tlio rxv York 'ash Siorr IS THE PLACE IS THE PLACE FOR THE LADIES TO BUY TIIEIIl Tiir.m FINIS FINK DRESS i)iti:ss f.'OODS, (.OODS, Trimmings, Silk, Silk Tarasols, White Goods, Notions, etc., etc., Gloves, Hose, Silk Mitts, Dress Collars, Thread and Cotton Lace, Worked Edging and Inserting Dimity, Worked Skirts, Silk Vails and Tissues, Tarletans, Blonde Laces, Dress Shawls, Gauntlet Gloves, Silk cord hnd Tassels, Silk Braids, Hose Suspenders, Embroid ered and Damask Curtains, Rib bons, Bonnet Trimmings, etc., etc., 'I'lie Ijw Vil 4':tiIi Slore The York C:ish Slovr The IVeiv York Cash tore IS TIIK PLACE I TUE PLACK FOR GENTS TO BUY FOE GE'S TO ITJY Their cheap Cloth?, Satinets, Tweeds, Er mine Cloth, Cottottndes, Satin, Marseilles and Linen'Vest ings, Silk Cravats. Linen Hd'k'ffs, half Hoe, Gioves, hhlrt Pxacoms. Col lars, Pen Knives, Hair k Clothes Brushes, Fine Hats, Caps, Pant., Vest;, Coats, etc , etc., at low prlee$. t ii i: NEW YORK STORE ts the place to sell your BUTT EK. EGGS, HAOS, FEATH- EUS, etc, at j'oir jUeu. t?T"South-East corner of PUBLIC SQC ARE, ppoite the Franklin House Routh A Brother's old stand. Is. D. A: T. S. IHWII. WiNciir.sTia, Ind., Mav .1, lCO. tf HOOP-POLES! rjpHE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN Will be paid for Flour barrel Hoop-poles delivered at our Factory near the Depot, RICHMOND IND. XiT WV ifflbi them uimtd'tatcly. BABCOCK LONG. July 0, ,,-,)? MERRILL & CO. WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALERS IM Lac, Agricultural, Miscellaneous, The ological, and SCHOOL BOOKS. STATIONERY .Jc BLANK BOOKS, No. 19 Fust Washington Street, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Black. O I Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Cod-LiverOil, FJ-iveel Oil, Lrl Oil, Col Oil, Fish Oil, Alcohol, PJ pe rc nt. and Turpentine V a r h i $ Ii c s : No. 1 Copal Vuniiih, No 2 Copal Varni.-h I'o.icli Body Varnish, Best Flowering Varni.-h Pi m ir Varni.-h, Carriage VarnNli. J.itMti Drving Varnish, Grecian Varnish, and all other kinds of VARNISH Glue. Borax. cents pe-r Ib., (Jlass, Tuttv Plaster Paris, Whiting, Logwood, Cop peras, Madder, Indigo, Bine Vitriol, Tea, Cloth Bnudics, Horse Brushes, Shoe Brushes, Stove Brushes. Hair Urn-lies', Paint Brushes, White wiiih Brushes, Scrub I'rushes, Oil Cans, Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking, Pocket Ink-stands, Combi, Iih Lmics, Scaling; Wax, Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Perfum'y Vj o a I Oil Ii a ill p , nt REDUCED prices, Spalding's Prepared Glue, Mucilage , C a p , Slates, Bankers Cases, Port Monnies, Ink by the dozen. Writing Klui-4, Soaps, Tooth Brushes, Large Ink stands, and a hundred other things. BOOKS! BOOKS! ALL kinds of SCHOOL HOOKS, Miscellaneous itrr tri Children's Books, Hvmn Books, Bibles. Writing Books, Blank Books, Pass Books, Note Books, Blank Note Books, Blank Deeds, Marriage Certificates, Dime SongsUrs, Blank Cards, Lithograph Cards, eto. FJJyT St BMALL Ciip Paptr, Lettir Taj er, Note Paper Window Paper, Wall Paper, Wrapping Taper, Drawing Paper, Im pression Taptr. i:.'VKM)PS, all kinds. CYTALE the Patent Medicines of theday. riT Z3T CASH FOR ANY QUANTI TY OF KAGS ÜÜÜJ3 JH YV. 12. V IERCE. Apr ie. iefA LOiXG ClUvDITS A ii I I a o x V p i c v $: 480 ACRES, 180 160 40 i i t i i i ALL CHOICE for aale at KOW YEA US' TIME. applv soon in tH."Kon,or advlress C. A. AVERY. n'-'T Winchester, hid. FARMING LANDS, IMCI i:s on SIX If von traut a bargain I I in FAinr BELLS. TEIGHING ro Il. earh, with! lianpm? rompu te. r-ee $:. it COTTOM'S STOVE STORK. THRESHING MACHINES. THOMAS L. SCOTT S Agent for the sale of G ARR ,V CO.'S celebrated Thrrftliiii .Machine. This .Machine is an improvement on the Pitt l'atent Srpi.rator, and on the Masillon Sefwirator, an 1 U, undoubtedly, the bc?-t in use. Also Garr's IIooier Horse Tower, and Pitts Patent Horse iWr. For terms, and Pamphlets, giving futl de scription and prices, call on THOMAS L. SCOTT. Wincehester, Ind. rpiIE OFFICE OFSTEPHEN COFFIN 1 Truste of Whiteriver Township, is at the ofüce of Jacob LMtrroth, Fs. He 111 he in attendance, for the transaction ol buiiis, -n rrery Stnrdüy. TV. -T- - A 'f l ,1 . a. m I i ue t owiinp juutfary is Kepi a ir.sor- Standard German. Works in French and del-lv. TO DEALERS BOOKS AND'STATIONBRT Iullannoll AVIioIevali HOOK AM) IMFFIt IIOI SE 7T7"E would call especial attention to j j our stock of Booksand stationerv and to say to those wishing to buy to sei again, that we will luplicate anv bills ol Books purchased in the West. STEWART k ROW EN. nnl.leGO Indianapolis, I join j. uumomt. rmomt t. sinkfr WESTEHN MACHINE Y()KKS HHJOT V S!Mti:U. M HHifactur' il! kinds and szes'of aortallr cV Stationary STEAM !:(,! vkS AH Milk Cir. ul.tr, Sash and Mn!ey GHRLT MILLS AND SUGAR MILLS Al.-o v rv ci scription ut Slirrt Iron ?i iitl Snith uurk, LARD COOLERS, TANKS, STEAM WSIS5TLES, Steam Guages, Alarm Water Gungcs. Fire Prick and Clay kept constantly on hand Particular attention given to XL 33 X IX I ZXT O ! Shop on Fiiiou Hrt lrond oneSfjunrr Vm of Fnion rnrngcr Depot) Iiidiannpoli I nil. June 2J, ler.t)-Iv Champion Stove Store, AIVD FIIKaIIU.TI (.tOastC HELMS. J jOrt ftfOCt. HELMS &, DIGGS. is ls' Hwnurarlnrrri A Dralrrs In FVRaVIT VRJB & CR AIR. fTITE have on hand, and are constant!? V V manufacturing all and every kind of Furniture and Chairs, which we are sure will please all who will favor us with a call. We have the REST of WORKHEX in our employ, who will make nothing but .t i . i . t, -. :i me vrrr iei anu mfi piihmiihiii -"tiriv. Our stock is large, consisting in part ot Itosc Wood .TlaliorntiY. Clark Walnut, hrrr y. Jlaplc.Ar. We keep also Hair and Husk Matrasses, Zioolcinc Q1am A large assortment of Rose and Mahogant Store West f the Sontk trett corner of Aeltrame! Looking Glasses will be sold cheap I'ublte Square, tnehester. I i. 1. Keadr maIe LofTins, of all sizes, kept constantly un hand. I have on hand an1 intend keeping, at all I mav 12. .9 times, a full assortment of JOS. PUCKETT, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALER IM STOVES, COPPER, TIN & JAPANNED WARE, COOKIXG STOVE of the best and most approved patterns, such as the Champion, Jiiaiiiontl, and Eclipse, all of which will be sold at reasonable rates, ranging from Twelve to Thirty Dollars for STOVES FULL, TRIM MED. Also, various sixes and patterns of Air - Titflit Parlor, AND BOX STOVES, all which will be warranted to be as rep resented; and every plate in the Champion Stove is warranted lor titelte months. I also manufacture TI2ST WARE, of everv varietv, all of which I Warrant, and offer for sale cither at Wholesale or Retail. Tin Roofing tu tier mid TV ALL C0IEI1ID! 0 7W sfi W .a m w i ti j UJ Pl&-ti L Yh k jr. in o.v . '.if f RLY.r. irJ HIM wW U "YE ARE CONSTANTLY BECEIV- NEW SUPPLIES TO OUR STOCK OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, will be put up at fair prices of good, sub- stantial material I take pleasure in doing all sorts of JOBVORK AND REPAIRING, all of which shall be done with neatness and dispatch. ZW I will take in exchange for anv thin:" that I have to sell Old Irox, Pewter am! Com:. E"5f I invite tour attention to mv stock before purchasing els win re. jvl l HONOR THE 'DEAD. .. 1 I s WE HAVE STOCK, ALSO ADDED TO OUR Poor, National DisrrssARt roa TRtvaTE Dieaskr establislud Januars l.i'J. Five Han dred Dollars J orfeitI Tlirte Etnincttl Plivsicians in constant attendance. The faculty of the institution, ccnsist'ng of pRor. Er.srRT Jacrsoi, Mcrrlur of the Royal College of Surgeons, linden; Da RoVlrt HrasriT, lste of Philad., a truaUi of the Socity of Friends; and M. Etr.rwf VrLrXAf.late of the London and Taris Hos pitals, guarantee, under a penalty flOO, a complete cure of every eiual Disease; however aggravated by nephet.ard WITHOUT MiaiCUIlY. We re p-erfrctly safe in makir this offer be-use w e will taut undertake any case that we are not sure of curing. Gemonhea, Syphilis, Self-Akuse, Imjo tence, Whites or Fluor Albus, Gleet, Stric ture, Skin Dir.if, Ventrtal Wirts, Dis eases of the Bladdef aRd Kidnevs, Fen:alr Irregularities. Barrenness, Liver Ccmplaiut, Emaciation, Premature ect, tie Ptini of Age, General Debility. Change of Life, etc receive especial attention. Treatment Entirelv New, and atwaf 2 cessful; cure rapid and thorough; and refer enees of emmeut PhyMc.ans and Surgeoij both in this country and In Eutop. The 'Dhttshsawt f irctlar, fofarJ gratis by mail to any address, conti ins in' valuable advice to toung men, lounr ladies' contemplating matrimony and married.- V. e have just published Tin: MuiHCAL. l'noTPtTon, A look of 2.'0 pp., containi the substsner' of all that is known in relation to secret diseases, etc., together with the exriener of the faculty of the Difpensarv, acquired in the treatment of more than 3ti,(HX) ca? Price 23 cents. Dr. Jackson's Finale Mojthlv Pills invaluable in female irregularities, but i.t aihisable to be used during pregnancy, I ft they should mar the hope of oR'spiirr. Cscd in the D)ctora private practice lor years. Price $1, forwarded bv mail. M. Vn.rr.At ' Br.AtTim!c Powdi a, pro mote the health of the skin, while it im parts to the complexion an exquisite b!o m and transparency, which may be rolane I by its use to the latest period of lile S knps the Lin soft and elastic ai d intig orat s the circulation, it etTeetually rea nt tlie lormatton of wrinkles, bIotlis, pirn pies, freckles, wns, tc. tc. Price $1 pe box, sent by mail. Every letter must contain six cents in stamps to be u.ved for reply . Address Dss. Jaksoj, HtasraT k Co or simply P. O. Box 43ßr Cincinnati, Olio Oflice, No. lh? Sycaaiore Street. Medi eines riic instructions tent promptly, to any part of the country. oct 6 OFFICE OF THi: SIXTH IT y rii:i: ISI IM.C'i: d oiwn?AirTr, NO. 3 1 PINE STREET, (Great Western Buildings, N. Y.) Statement or the Ai kairs or the Sectritt Fire I.nscranck Co., Oct. 1, lfi'J. ASS Ii T S. OASH on hand 5,000 45; Cash in Continent al Ilank, (awaiting investment, etc.,) $!, .V21 .r; Cash in Bank of Commonwealth $i,rj7 it. Total, $y:,:i-i 97. BANK STOCKS. 50 Shares Bank of Commerce, 50 American Exchange Bank 100 " Bank of New-York 11 Bank of North America. s -7'..-.- T::'y$ r?-' '( i vVi Window Sash, Etc., which we will sell freight added. at Ijton prices, wiicniTi:n MARBLE WORKS! rilllH uml rsigned is now prepared t t urn i ih all Hinds ol Grave Stones, Monuments, Mantles, Table and Bureau Tops, on short notice. Bv long experience in the business and bis facilities to get up work, he is able to furnish better designs and ex ecnte the work more nentlv and at lower prices.tlran has heretofore been done in this WE AR E AGLETS ITK THE BUCKEYE part of the country. WE KEEP ON HAND A SUPPLY OF Salt, Kails, Watcr-Jjiti.e, Stoneware, etc. 214 shares, par value $21, 400; worth Shi, 764 Temporary Loans. secured by $11,000 U. S. Coupon Bonds, and 2." shares Resolute Fiac Insurance Company 2,00 00 Bonds and Mortgages (being first lien, etc.,) 4f5,1.r0 00 Premiums uncollected 2,510 tO Accrued Interest onBouds and Mortgages and Temporary Loans 6t7f I 79 Balancedue'from Agents 10 $544,-91 eü Capital Stock 500,or0 00 Surplus 44.91 fc0 $544,891 &0 NO LIABILITIES. JOSF.m WALKER, Pres. THOS. W. BIRDSALL, Vice-Pres. R. L. HAVDOCK.Sec. CAREY S. GOODRICH, Agent, Winchester, Indiana. July 5, 1KW ly IVo JVecd oi" Pitrcliasin OF IRRESPONSIBLE M RSEUVIIEA, OR TREE PEDDLERS! :i Vit 4 C Mint r, e h-t ".! C j!)-i.-t- T p 1 1 E U N D E R S I G N I ' D ! r. v i r . g J asuciatei! with him in th- Nurs&ry Business. Mi. v, . j. utic, r. i t rie ncai .Mir- n wir. o; :iv will be prr-irr- to furnish TREKS an ! SCRUBS this Srr . I) g o t A p pl . l'CM I , Cher rie,. and I'littu. both Standard and Dwarf, of fine varieties. Also a fine -election of EVERGREENS, consisting of White pines, Cedars, Ameri can arborviti, NorwaySpruce, Pals urn firs, Juii'pers and Hemlock. A! , Houghton and Ne plus ultra Goose berries, Lawton Bl ickberuies, Red and Yel ! w antwerp RaspJierries; Grape vine. Three kinds of Punas (Extra fine), Pie Plants, Cherry and white grape Currant"; and all other articles usually kept in well-conducted Nurseries, at price as LOW a they can be purchased of anyresponsible Nurserymen. A share of public patronage respect fullv solicited. March 1.' CO. A. STONE COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS RAIL ROAD LIKE. CHANGE OF TIME. On and after Tuesday, July 2 Ith, I 60, trains a ill run as fu!ka i: EASTWARD. Arrives at Columbus. .10.10 A M . 3,15 r h . 3.50 a m Connecting with trains for all points East. WESTWARD. Arrives Leaves Columbu. at Union. Accommodation, . .7.00 A m 6.3 r'u No.l Express,,.. 11.40am 4n r m No. 2 L'xpres.. . . . 40 r m 9.0 r m Conn?ctin2 with trains for all points Wrst. WM.F. SLATER. tu-0 Aes't Fupt. iufp rm Washington St., north of public jiaref in-cbester, lud. 1.121 1). E. HOriMIAX. HARDWARE! THOMAS WARD D ESIRES to sat to the trading com munity that he is nowr offering, at his old stand, North side of Square, Winchester, a verv desirable assortment of consisting in part of Iron, Nails, Mill & Cross Cat Saws, Carpenters' Tool, etc. Döring Mnchines, Ilaiidtnavs k Ilntchets, Table & Pocket Cutlery, (2 CV Latches. Locks, Spades, Shovels, Scythes fc Cradles, Hay Forks, Rakes, fP Horseshoe Nails, etc. jj Firearms, Pistols, etc XZTT u GRAIN DRILL, Which we will sell on reasonable terms and warrant to give aMtisfawtiou. COME ALONG WITH YOUR CASH AND PRO LUGE But please do not ask us for CREDIT. WE CONTINUE TO PAY ton. GRAIN, FLAX-SEED, AND ALL SEWING MACHINES Nrait Homt, ami Sevr Exrixsri. WJI. .SI :.TItLR Cc CO. OFFER THE WHEELER i WILSON Sewing Machine with important im rom nts nt a reductiou of $25 on foinii prices, and to mctt the demand for a Go d liw-I'rieeil Family Maehine, have intr ductd a new style, workiug pon the same rinr ipleand n.tking the same stitch thoi,t b not m highly finished, nt I illy-1 ivc Dollars. Tli idegance, fe"l, imi-! f..iif nd 'mplicity of the Machine, the bvinty and -tien'th f stiteh,tiug alike on With fides iriT'ioilile te rattl, ana leaving aw ekain or ridges on the uadsr sM,the eei'ioiBy of tbrrnd, and adwptabilitv to tlie tltieLent or thinnest fabrics, h.is retilrrd this the mt successful and pojtular Family Sen ing Ma ehine now made. At our various offices sc fell at New York prices, and give Instructions, free of charge, to enable purchasers to few ordinarr Keaius, hem, fell, uilt, gather, bind ami tuck, all on the same machine, and warrant it for three years. Send or call for a circular, containing full particulars, prices, testimonial, etc. For aale in 1'iiion i'itv, Ind. v as low as at any otlur place br octn Mra.'ll. L. KPir.. mi All LENDS OF PRODUCE je 2", 'f,0 n2C ly Leaves Union. Accommodation, ..1.00 a m.. No. 3 Express, 9.00 a m.. No. 4 Express,. ..11.50 ru.. Also A small stock of DRY GOODS, Roots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. mal9 Farm at Fxccutor's Sale, TJ'.NOWN s the JOHN W. BISHOP IV FA R -M, eontaining 107 acres of ex- ec'.'t nt land; well watered; poplar; ash and walnut timber; situated in Randolph Co., Ind., .'itjj miles south-east of Winchester; 3; ceres under cultivation. 2 ready tocle?.r an orchare of good fruit; frame bous-1 eon t linin'j; six rooms; frame smoke-houe and other out buildings. TERMS: 2." per ;!cr-. One-third cash in hand; one-third in I. e year; balance on tirnv to suit purchase! v giving mortgage and pivin? interest yiarly. Address E. ENGLE, Exec'r, Winchester, Ind. Fet.V, 1CC0 tf GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. THE undersigned hiving remove-d his Grocery Store, m iy now be found on The X. E. Cor. Main e Era nil in Sts., between the Franklin House and W. B Pierce's Drug Store, and havifg fittel up the building expressly for the business, is now in receipt of a large and well selected .tock of Groceries, Provisions, Confections, etc. and every thing in the line of BAKERY baked fresh every day, such as BREAD, CAKES, PIES, Ac. Also keeps Che esc. Crackers, Dried Beef, Bologna, and Fruit and Nuts of all kinds. Oyster Maloon, l?ptairs. A Large, Convenient and well Arrangil room for the purpose ban Leen fitted up. where will be served at all times the verv best rjualitv of OYSTEIW the market affords. Oysters ly the Case, Can and Half Can, will Lc kept aUav; uu hand ai;d fur sale verv chesp. I "deal in Produce of all kinds, will take . Coat iy 0rdir for GrocritJ, at:J uiil not tn!n or. ? relie trio C h. l.t WE HAVE, AI-SO. A LOT OF Seasoned Timber and .Shingles. E. J. PUTalAA. Wixciir.sTta, August 2, 1?C0. HOVARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. A Benevoli:t Institution eLr bli.lied by 8pcial Kn low in nt, fr the Relief f the Sick und Distressed, jdWcted with Viru lent and Epidemic Die:M-s, and espe cially for the Cure of Iieaes ef the Sex ual Organs. -jVrEDICAL ADVICE gien grati-, by iVL the Acting Surgeon, to all who ap ply by letter, with a description of their con dition, (age, rccupation, habits if life, etc.) .tu 1 in cases of extrdme poverty, Medicine, furnished free of charge. Valuable Reports on Sj.ermrtorrh(pa, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the New Remedies employed in the Dispen sary, sent to the afflicted in sealed Utter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps for postage w ill b- a'-r-ej.t.itde. Address, Dr. J. Skilmx H'Iciiton, Acting SurgeB, HowaH A.isoci.ttioii. Nt. 2 South Ninth Street Phi'udelr hia, Pa. Bv order of the Directors. EZRA D. HEART WELL. President. GEO. FA I EC II I LD. Secretary PLOW FACTORY. WI. RUBLE, .Mnnnfnctnrer of nil tintfs f Flows, Cultivators An oTifra AGRICULTURAL lUPLEMEXTS, On the be?t ipprored models. He is making such arrangements as willenable him to fill all orders in this line with promptness and dispatch. Repairing done promr tie. Also, all manner of BLACKSmTIIIXG DONE in the bet manner and at the shortest notice. Horse shod at sight and everv thing done right. Edge Tools made to order Give him a call before ging to an adjoin ing county, and see if he cannot please you. Shop near the Railroai, North of the brick Warehouse, Win bester, Ind. march le4, Jr.V-. Grroonvillo ami rxxxci XX. IVX1- TIME TABLE. to take trrr.cr ox and mt Monday, December tlt, IBS!). WESTWARD TRAINS. MAIL TRAIN leaves Dayton, (Union Dc jot,) at K.IU A. .M., on arrival of the Ex press Train of the Cincinnati, Hamilton k Dayton R. R., and arrives at Union at 1 1.55 A. M. EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Dayton, (Un ion Depot), at 3.IO I. !., and arrives at Uuion .OS 1. M., connecting with train on the I. P. k C, for ail points on the line ofthat Road, West of Union. Thankful for ptst p.itr nnge, I respect full T solicit & cciitinuance of the time. oct 13 JOHN KOW8. E A ST W Aim TRAINS. MAIL k EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Fnion at I.OO 1. M., and arrives at Da ton at 3.55 I. M ., connecting with the Mai'l Train of the Cincinnati, Hamilton k Davton R. R., leaving Daton at -1.15 P. M. PASSENGER k FREIGHT leaves Fn- irvn at .".SUA..1!., on th arrival of the !.. P. k i). I!. IJ., and arrives at n a: . .-, .4. Vf -onrt'-tiurr Ith th Eirr.s Ir .in of the C, IL A D. R. R., leaving Dyton at .30 A M. Dee. 1,. U. C. STIMSON, ?opt. NEW Dry Goods Store. EDWARD" E GER I TAS just received and opened a weil -I X selected stock of DRY GOODS, Consisting in part of brown and bleached mutlin, lawns, herages, ehalis. Swiss and. Indian mull, ginghams, both foreign and domestic, and a fine lot of beautiful peinta. of the latest styles. His stock of 3NT O T I O is complete, and among them may be found hosiery, glo es, pin, needl s, ribbout and trimmings, and every thing usually found jn that departrcuit. Hi stock of T A 11 Is i : C Y T Ij e n V is of the t try be-t rpiality.and everv article sold m that line will be warranted." His v a c K i: t K x Ives. are all of George Wostenholm's lft Lis in me is a gutrantee to any kiiif and the prices are very low. He offers a small as sortrot nt at cash prices. His entire ftoek is new, neat and clean, and to th ir inj-etion he in itrs the p ublie-, fully believing that the goinls and prirt willecure him cut-mr. Store east of the northeast corner the public square, on Main street, in The L. Scott's old a I. ImaCC The Place to .t yonr .Money Ilackf Have opened a BUTCHER SHOP, one door Eat of the old Mansion House, on Washington St., ami are now p-ying cash for Beef Cattle, fat Sheep and Hog-, and Veal Calves. Our assortment of Meat i always gwl for we keep it oa hand all the time a bt wc can accommoilite our cutorcr to their liking, at any bonrof the dv. Gentle uieu are rejuetel ti call and look at our Steaks, fine Saussge, suj- rfire Pork and rfeli ious Mutton. Al" lrieJ Ik-ef and Smoke! Harn. We sell at very low tiru. and are aa mccimJmt img and elrrr as any body nee-d be. Give us a trisl and wr Till prwre it. . REESOR k DEARDOFF. MVb 2-?. 0--nt3 It