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I m; y shsll fake th?m ab in inherit' t!jcofor jenr duMrcn ftar yen, to in herit tht?rn fr a prmonn; they slull l ynr.r Unn Uiuen forever.' Anl we f.utl.er LoM that thi divinely etali iihl int:tnt:in tra alwaja ranr. tione.! ty or.r Saviour trU hU Apo'.. 2 A Urse nmTr of the Snrtn?rn :aie nullified th- Constitution of the j.Mjat Uai n W piiin lavr to prevent th fiiliillmrnt of that C:nti tutton, which declarei that fnzitive fclftVtM arull b ileüvere 1 up to their oitnr; the piinrir of which fugitive slate la ha the express anA tacreil sanction of St. Paul tho ApotI. 2. T!jj Northern States of thin Unicn have loi.'Iar.i that the people the Svit'ifrn Sut khill not etui--ate. th'r property into the Territo tic, it h ich rthtfnly lx?!on? to them Mullr with th Nirth; an I that the p:op!e of th Sontn .hall nt have lb-Mr property prote.'teil hy tho Felrtr a! Government, when Mich protection ia fa n 1ir I ) th solo etil ml ohj:t of all governrnanU. 4- Tue Northern Stute have liy a re!ntli' an 1 nncrnp'louH majority, rr.ntantly impose-! havy tax not imply without, hut directly againt nnr representation an l onr conteiit tn ths c? oeral Cnrc, by L-vyitig oner ou and exer.fciv dntioi upon ool importe-l aii'i teturneJ for. anl pur ch.el o:ir cotton, riio an 1 to!a o. in rr.ler to protect an l norii thir (wn mvinfactr.ra. an 1 in or ler to ex-ji-. I vat sum-i at tin N rth in im prorinfC an! fortifying th ir orn har-i.or-, town anl citie. at the evi lent n "I ! -rrM- ef th pmdu t tnd labar of the South. 5. Tuomj. NWth'-rn State have cle t M by An nvtrwhelrnin;r actional vote a Pre-iient nn-l Vi.-..-Ure-.Htnr. both from their own a-ction of c -untry, in direct opositon to our wtrn and our protet. n"ifh 'r of whom have rm'eiv ei oaa king'c voto from our section, and who-e exproxxed cred U that th'ro U an irrcpreiible conflict against Slavery which can nveT eea until Slaveiy i cxtinuihe i. We have for Ion; ye.ir in vnio rip pe.iled to th'dr mc of justice and common riht; wo havo conjured thrtm hy tho tie of our common kindred io disavow and abandon tli-o mnrpition, whioh vouM inevitably inturnpt and de?tror onr connec tion and our Union. Bot thy hav hcn deaf to tha voice of jutdi.e. o hnor and of consanguinity. V must thiefore, aeqnioicein tho necoK .ity. whiidi dn-une) or hepaiation and hold tlrtn. wo hoi! th rent of mnUin 1,. enemirt in war in peace-, frin!. V therefore, the TpreHentative nf th people of S'ate of th South Carolina, in convention a-nembh'd. ftpp'tilini( to th1? Stiprema tlndo of tlia world for thf reotitu la of our iu tention, do, in tho nm And hy tin anth uity of thn jjood peoplo of th Kfntti of South Cftrolini i-. and nl jihto'-bt co !. a fr e nn 1 in l-jvn-ilnt Statt; and thit all politi al con tisction ltvv6n it and th Xrt!i States ii an I otiht to ho totaMy li ao!v t;ant thita- fre an I irdi pendent Sfate wo htvo full power to lvy war. conclude pa'o. contract al liance. cMtahlih commerce, and to do all othr a-U an I thini whi-di an in dpn lent Htate miy of rirht b. An I for th-- support of thin derlara tion with a Him rolinn eon tho pro lection of Divine Providence, we tun tually pl de t ca h other ur liven, car fortune and our acrcd honor. ChWnlrln Vlrfflnlrt. An injunction in ahout leinj:apdi.'l for, nay th Petersburg, (V..) Ex pre, to prevent tho erection of a Pro tenant CpUcop.il Church for tho color ed people, on Fourth Street, Rich mond. The ground of t'io application are, th.it n o churche aro nuisnn:et in all respectable neibborhoo U that ihey dpteci.ita tho alue if all other property near them and that tho con reitiont net perpetual ann yan e. If they fticcffd in their attempt t.o de tro all. colored thurche they will al io ancceed in reduin the pii e of tlae, f r a fcl ivp who U m ral and re. liionn alv.y tU better than thoe -nrho aro wicked an 1 vi.-ion-i. An I will it not in part, at leat, prevent mte Rieat argument for the continuance of Slavery to-wit: to c li ri-t i.iniz- the heathen Afiican. H it what need ha ft idavu for leliion? He it hi ma-, ier'a body and houl wholly under hi contrul to w'lom ho bel-mgH in .IcHVrmon HininSon. Disunion wa threatened in variou nnarteiH in 1S0Ö. He thna referred t the object in hi inaugural al Ire-" in 1S01: "If there Wany mnj n who would wi-h to dissolve thU vUn- i n, or to change it Repudlican form, ht them stand, nn littnrbe I, an monu ment, of tha afety with which errot tf opinion may be tolerated, wiier reaion i I ft free to combat it. Sorm goal hrot!r v.-h ) owe for tho docr.XAb wa overheir i askin,: himself tho following q-i-tion: 1. Dte- it coit auything to print a newspaper? 2. Hovr lon can a printer aTurd to furnikh a paper without pay? 3 IX priutcra cat, drink, and wear clothing? 4. If the do. ho-r dt they pet it? 5 I lave I paid form ppr daring thiUtyeat? G. Is n t thM particn'ar period a first rate time to pay for it? TEE JOURNAL. B. F. DICCS,: : : : i:i)ITOIt. WINCHESTER. 1NÜ. Thursday, : : November 22, 1560 Delawxarr, Unjoin rr.ni feconI in Deliware. Tho Wilmington Journal and States men foot-? np ihft retnrn a follow: Itrevkinti.lcfl GU7: L'n'nln 3751; PonsU. 3-.'T2. and Cell 002. R i le thi cheering ult. George P. FUher. ft Repnblican in fentin:entt an op pinent of slavery extension, and an ndvocate of the Homestead and Pro tection, U elected to Congress. Alto petherthf Republican- have done bit ter in Delavare. Havq Suto though be t tbn any thr party fn-- B ckiari lV majority doe him no frtI, rfhi'e onn five- n- a vote tn hat of the ITnlon. Kver finco tho cli-ct;-i:(n of the Slavery question commenced in Con gress, the threat of a dio!ution of the Union has ber-n a sovereign pana cea for everv innovation of that char acter. It u of ho long standing, and it pr.rp,a ao well undertoo-l, that ot late day tt ha faildl to alarm the wcll-informsd. Northern Democrat t. journal from the Win-jliester Uem o rat up, weiobuiIy employed during the pait campaign in giving circula lation to ihn monstrosity that if Lin coln wt4 elected, the Union would U dissolved forthwith; that tha South would not Kubtnit to hU inauguration a INcsi lent of tho Unite 1 States. And to increa. and intensify thi feel ing in tha Southern min 1, tlo jour na! have peikited in publishing the most wilful and unpardonable false hood us regar I the piinciple.- and policy of the Republican party. No fccnib!o. t!i crning Pemo rat Leluve-d thattbo Republican party tv.r contemphitod any interference wilh the inititutioa of tha davehulding State-. Th'v had co reason for giv ing publicity to aiy statement of the kind. For fiom the organization ot the partytotha prcent nicinent.that charge hat been tiimly and repeated!) denied. It never has been announced in any County, State, or National platform, or promulgated bv any pub lic speaker or jouinalof (ltd paitv. An I then any prn of ordinary democratic Kene knew that nc .u;di thing could be done tin ler the Consti tution. Hut notwithstanding hpe clear ;n l in-lUputable fact!. tbi doe trine ha been pro l.iime 1 as Rpnbli can by every Uemcoratic journal and Mtunip orator in tic land. The South pretend to beli'e it, and in tact they in!it or convict their N'oithern allies ot lying. The North ha- also pledged the South to dUunion in CAe of Lin coin' e!ectitn. And now what is the rMilt of all f::l ifuation nn l l.iml'at. It the South lie till an I do not tli. eaten disunion they will convict not only theme! but tbeii Democratic allien rf "tho North ot miieprceuaiiou an I falsehood. And so the telegraph bring-, the daily tuw of himdry anti-K and gyrations of outh Carolina and Georgia as ihey d lily go through the won-b-rfu! pii toiunnce of dissolving th,! Union And why are thy going to rouimit thi high treason ngtin-d w Const i- tu t n and laws of our Oovrrnment ? Wu.it hts been done? Iii the Con Ntitutbin been tiohited? Nnut Abra ham Liucuh: Kvally chu ted Preidenl of the Uo'ted States by th expressed will of the m.ijoiity? and did not th S utth ooi-eut t tin? modo an t man ner of eb'ctiou? Most certainly be did. Th'n what has c.iuso! all this commotion down in the Palm-tto Slate? We piopoo to let hr enjoy hr mind hi!U an I b 'r ttegroe, tint sh. hall in everv narti -uUr. conform ing of course to th ('onstitution of the Union, regul.it her own domeNti. institution and State policy just as !e deire-. TIi to i a" cancr de : roving her vitaN JhU make her r tle . She is Hick and pee i b, a id accustomed to have all her whim ami caprices grutitb-d. Now, tho Dmocrati' party. on'e i powerful, alvvay carrying vi tory upon its bum Ts, was broke down and routed be'aue the uiaj oity ot that parly reoled that a miuoiitv h'uld rule it no longer. Tin en bun lied an 1 foiy thousand flavehobler had for bmg yens not cnlv dictated tin policy of tha Democratic paity. but the policy of the (J ovetnmen?. I'lii fact was becmning patent to millions of N rthern freemen, and Nor'hern Demoeraey c-oul 1 no longer withstan 1 the tempest th tt this knowl edge was creating in their midst. The South, a Usual, was detenuined to preneiihe ths con lition of the lei deutial canvias ol ISGO. Th" North -aw i-er'aio defeat in peiuiitlinc it, an I deniune l and tmid fast to to her posirion. The ren1t was a diiin in tlu Cha:le.stn-Ualtimore Couven tion. This principle to rule nn 1 dictate i predominant in th S.mthrn mind.-rh-'V now demand that every Noith ein fie vnnn h ill hold himself in read iurs t engage i i hot purnit or, un I capture an I deliver up to them any person whom they my designate as heir dave. as th-oi ch it 1. 1. That all law for the protection of freemen hall lw exjungd from our hta n'e, and thtt, tigerIike, they be pennitted to roan over our fair and unsullied h -ritag .and capture whom they please, bid ling u seiz their prey and render cili ient and timely ai l to run hign them to the -eething hellof Soudi Carolina an I tt orgia Slavery A'ld fiuthrxnrc thwy deut indof us that hencefMth our lips be hermetically -ealed as to th moral character of their institution of chattel Slavery. Nor doe it end with thtse dem und. Wr are required to prostitute all the poy. er and patronage of th Govemmenr our Pat her nude to p'ote t and fos ter Freedom and Piee Institution, to tin perpetuation and nationalization o! hi?vile?t bondage the sun ever shone npon. Nt content with it p esent limit it .k new and fertile plain on whi h to clank it chain and mildew their lea-.ty and grandeur ith the tear of it victim. In all theii requirement unprecedented mode:y nreilomiiiHte for intanco thev not only dpmnd thaT as a condition of their remaining in the Union, tliat the SUre Tra le shall be permitted in the DUtri t tf Columbia, an I that when they .nm North on bn-ines or on a visit o' pleasure, they rhall 1m permitted to brtng their two lcged chattel with them to wait upon theni. to dress an I nn ires them, to -neeze for them when th.y talie cold, and in all thing rare for them wh-u they wake and when fh'r deep. And in order that they may deep toundljr without any fear Notthcrn latitude, they gently mg get that an army of tho hardy son of tho North shall keep a vigilant eye upon, and chain and handcuff servant while they fliit at Snat.xgo And other place of fashionable rcoi t. Further more when we vi-.it the South where chivalry reigns and aecension hoUta th n llifi' ation flag of lb32. we are politely in Conned by a ''Vigilance Committee" that we must go latfore a Maixtiate and make oath a to our object, what we think of the peculiar Institution, our antecedents, t-tc etc. And then in nine caeg out of ten they heat un, not Samaritan like, with oil and wine, but with a cuat of tar and fcHtber. . Now, it f o tnrns out that Rome of our people, a iei.pectable majoiity. who ieil6 w here flee nvhool aie mot al'Cmlant and churche aie tet at tended, have consi-ientions scruple about yielding to a I tho requests o ' our beloved Southern neighbors. Strange to say, but never th des it is true, th.re are thos if us, who not lieing rcci fctonie! to t' e b atiuidcH of whip.s and chains, frtd muii" delicacy in gianting undisputed po.e.siion to the S itith Carilina Slaehobfer.. At h ms lie may enjoy bis cotton and negroes, but spare u the presence of the latter, aspect illy when they come a their ptoperty. Very well. ay they, if you do not submit at once to our dictation, wo will shiver the Union into atom from "lunct to foundation stone." South Carolina ha already intimated tho conten'a of her Derlaration of Independence. It may la found elsewhere in thi paper. Georgia Iia already Appropiiated one million of dollars to put the State in condition of complete deleiw. Ala bama, .Mississippi and Louisiana, pro. pose to join this Soul hem Con- fed entry. Hut thi article ha grown loo long, and other reflections on ibis Milject we must deler until next week. Discontinued. The Indianardi 1 Locomotive has been discontinued ind the Aubscrition list traasfertcd tr; the Old L'ne Guard. It will advocate the Breckinridge bide of Democratic politic, under the nams of tho Ind iana State Guard. New Advertisements. fugitive Slave Case in Chicago. On the night of the l'Jth inst, there wa a fugitive slave girl arrested in Coi a 40, which pi o lined a gool deal of excitement. The gill was threaten ed and intimidated by certian paitie until sli3 ovealel her owner's name and residence.. They 'mmediately cor responded with him and made prnprt sals to rapt m e her. by knocking her down and rendering her insensible and then put her in the box of a peddlcr'a wagon and. convey lur out of the State. Hut the owener, Stephen V' Nuckle of Nebraska City, wa not willing to risk that operation, so h) proceeded to Springfield, III., and proeuied a warrant for h -r anest under the Fu gitive Slave Law. Having nriivedat Chicago, tho Coinmision r of that city could find no deputy who would erve the wanatit, but appointed one tor tint purpose. The deputy and X tickle thu armed went to the house wheio the lavegiil resided and found only her and a little gill at home. She at nur implored nnd begged not t i he returncl to Slavery, and was joined in her intreatiea by the other little gill. Ilt.t tl ry -Arie türm rd ly a revolver. In spit of her iuiplor inga she wa dragged into a hack, s.nlioned outside. 'I he colore I popu lation haxing got wind of wlut was going on, lollowcd the ha k tenildy ex ited, the gitl screaming in the mean time at a de perate rate. So great wa lh ex itement that it became neee-sary to plae the lugitive in the Armoiy for hale keeping. This place was Ht oni-e surrounded by an nni v C owil of cidoted people, aimed wiih club, etc. Duritiu' this tmi a war rant had been issued for the arrest of the gill for disordcily condir t and placed in tlw hanlsf th deputy Sheriir. II attempted to rtnove her trom th Armoiy to tin jail; but be had no Kooner got out ol thi doors with hi charge hefoie she was violently takn Irom hi gasp and h as laid s rawliug in the mud. The i;i 1 1 was borne away in ttiumph and hr pursUM wa taken in bärge by the l'oli.e and honoie 1 with a badge for hi tiotivtion, and under a st;ong t'orca nurch'tl to a hotel. He wa thu kept from the Infuriated tnnlti in le of roloied people. The Ivupiirer sej more treason and dioiinion in thi tinaction than in all th Setrsion d'montration of South Carolina and Georgia. if n 1 m Sevrntvfotir of tho 109 Counties- in Kentucky have been heard, from and of that number 43 gave more or less vote for L'n oln an I Hamlin Well done for Kentucky. In the Counties of Crooks, I Ian cork and Marshall, the three Counties con atituting what is known a the "Pan handle" of Va., Lincoln received about 1.400 vote?. It i proposed to erect.a monument to Martin Luther at a cost of SG5.000. It i to bo built at Worm. Defeat or tug Mirylivd Fnr.K Nf.ono Liw. -South Carolina. Ar kansas and other Southern' State have compelled their free colored in h tbitants io ehoose either slavery or flight, Maryland ha jut shown her hatred of the oppression of this unfor tunate das. In all the count ie ol the .''tafe, from which we have receiv ed returns, in whicli the act for th' enslavement of free n"gres was sub- mitt-.lfotbe pod-, the voter hav mphatically anl sinHy denoutcal that unjust and nn hristain law. -T!.e question ha Wn met anl decid ed without any refrtenee to party pol itc, an l the law i defeated by ma jorities amounringalmost to unanim ity. The rennlt is greatly crelitable to the conntie ia whi"h the vote wa aVen and honorable to the State at large. Ynnjj L'neoln. son of th President dect. n w in Harvard Collg.. was. on Wednesday night, rail"! upon by a large invlv of the atndeut in that institution, and congratulated on th success of his father. He had been previously w aited on by many, but this call wa raoro formal, though not more cordial. Anything like a ileivnt hn in New York cii?' renta ior 81.000 year. COMIOLATIOM AT A Pr.E JttL'M. tt. M. IV.ieroy, of La Cro.-se Uuion, who had his printing office bet on Doug la earn ing both Illinois and Wiscon sin, made the following announce ment in the number of his paper con taining the result of the election in October. Wanted. A large Bible with very large ptint: Any person having such a work, with a few condoling passage marked, will get a good bargain. Inquire at the editor's, roum all day. Dr. David Dale Owiii. the well known Geologist, die I at New Har mony, Ind., on the 13 h inst. Jame r Suit, a di.tinguished Lawyer of Frankfort. Clinton county, la., committed sub-He by shooting himself with a pitol on the 13lh i:ut. 'The C'lnnersville Times $aya that Nelson Truder, one of our Edctor, shot a superb rey eagle in the woods nar BiMitonville, the other day. The bin! measure! six feet four imbes a-ross the wings. Indianapolis Journal. Nels, says that, a the Union i to be dissolved, be wa deieitiiined to have the "eaglo" on our side, dead or alivo. f Connersville Times. Among Tiif.ir Nr iniiBons Spiing fi.'M. tho le-Hence of Mr. Lincoln usually Democratic, gives it distin guished and honored citizen a ma jorty ol 05 vote", being a gain of 1G3. The city of Chicago, the home Mr. Douglas (wh -n be is not traveling) gives over 3.000 majoiity ngain.st him. Enough said. Oi.d Abb at HoMi: In 1S5G. say the Chi ago Press, Sangamon county, on Uovernor. gave a Dem ocratic majo ty of 11; in 1858, it gave a m ij irity of ul2 for tbe Dem ocratic candidate, t r State Treasurer. It now give a round hundred lor HoneM Old Abe, Never wa there a fidd more fierce ly coutsteil than Sangamon county, and never have a candidate' charac ter and fitness done him better service Fr the Jiurnsl. WiNcntBTra, Nov. Itl, lbC). PutKuant to adjournment. 11 number of tho member. of the Ilandolph Co. Agricultural Society met at the Court Hoiue for the purpose of electing thir officer for the ensuing year. The Picsident, II. Biotherton, called 'he meeting to 01 der, whew the resolu tion following wa olfeied: It 'ko1v1. That this meeting vote hy hullo; for PiesiJctit, Secretary and Treasurer. Carried. . A ballot wa- had, and John Ncfl w el.-rted Presi buit; Tho. L. Scott, Se.-ietaty; N. K"tnp, Treasuter. J. H. Biotherton vyas cb-cted Vi e Pres. ident by acclamitiou, as ulo tbe fol 'owing Directors Whiteiivcr 'J'ownshii'. Henry Carter; Wnr.l J. II Claj.p; Franklin M Win. Lo-k; tireen " Phillip linger; Monroe ' Jesse Mav; Sionvcieek " T. W. It e; Nelll.-teek " Joseph l'.ine; Westiiver J. Vallan ligham; Washington M B.uij. Hunt; fireeiisloik M Adam Paste-; Wayn ' Henry Mote; Ja kson M Henry V. Sipe J. II. Brotherton wa appoiutel delegate to the State Agricultural So ciety. The Committee tn award premium on fi-dd crops not being prcsert, fur ther time, until tlw next meeting, wa given them 1 0 report. The meeting then adjourned until the first Saturday of December, when it will be expected that the ofli eis elect will attend and enter upon their respective duties. Josr.ni Grouse. Sec'v. PROCLAMATION foa A DAY OF TIIAXKSRIVINC. In conr.rm'ty with a timrdionorfd impe of my prrdrcf mom In the Executive ofSer. I htrflT t!esij:natp and npjx)int TIIUKSOAY, November 20lh next, äs a I. of public thmlsgiving anl lr:ijiT throushout the State, nd I reooni ravnti that the people of tle State on tlat la abstain from their orlinary ecular pur suit?, cloec their ustial pl.ices of bu-oue., .in! unite in a thnki viug to Almighty (J ul fr the rainy blea'ings we hive nceiv- el t Hi h Given nnlrr rav h ind anl the sviof the Stite of In ti ini.nt Iiiliiaipli.4. thii 2"2-l il ir of 0-tot-r. in the L. S.J year of our Lord One ThtusanJ ttht (tunitreJ ami Sixtr. ARRAM A. HAMMOND. By the C!nvf r- Ctacs L. 1 1 m, Sec'y of State. - DYSPEPSIA, ia im worst farm?. Nr rous an. I I'illou Ua ut Ache, nnl other lif v.t rfip frm ler.ini; merit of the töm o h and rvwtd.. rre ptcdilr curvd 1t DU. WILSON '3 PILLS. Every dru?gist throughout tbe land keeps thi tn. . v7ewoTild p irtieul trly eall the attention of our reaIew toa remedy know & Mc Lean Strenpthiriinr Cardial and Blood Purifier. It iicertrtinly a vxluahle rfrr.fdy. T"e threfore iy ti all, c.tll at the aint', nnd test fr yonr?e'f its intrinsic mirit. It i delicious to'uke. We ask our l&ly r aders to trr It. See the advertisera-nt ia aaother column. Dypepi(i wi:h Pile. For more than th'rty year? hive I suffer ed prentW from Dp"psi4 n! File. Have triet rnrion medicine without benefit. In Jtmnrv I hepn with the PERUVIAN SYHUP, and hy the nof three b.ttlea I 1m perf ctly cured rf hth Pjppia and File. My geuer il health ia now all that I can desire it. MILTON DAGGETT. Ptirmi Sitcr ii t SiUtion tj Trfltax He mf lr-tm, new ilic rerT ia meticiue and tr'es 1. .he rwt of dieafe br rro- docinjr Art-lily blncd the Morceof all ritil ity in the human ortA'am." Foraatoby HOGS OTJTED! riHE ubscriLtM are frepart-d to pay Highest market Trice during the Turk cutting staaon. Briny alonyour Hops to the Prick Ware House aijd t-t the CASH for theni. We are prep.rrd to SLAUGII1 EU for thost bo t ret'tr dr'uinz th ir ho-' u. ElGEIt L AVEKY. M 1 FTC K I. I- A ,VK OUST Till AV4t.G4MATIO4 Of LaGCA3 t.-Th.Te is a growing tenJeney in thi age tu appro priate the luoit tzprtfteive worüi of uthir lanut, and altera hilf, to incorporate iht-ia into our own; thu the word Ceph jlic, which i Iruxn th; Cret k, - aiguitymg "for the hcaJ," i now becontiit- popubr iu conaectiuu with Mr. Sp4lding a reat HtJvJc!e remetlv, but it will aoou be usiJ iu a more peu-il way, and the wuni Ctph 4lic will bcine ai comruon as Kltctrotyx and 111 my others whose di-tincti'Ju aa lor cigi word h3 been ru away by coutnion uAe r.t.til tiny 8. tu "naiivc uud U the intiiur burn.' nov '12 iÜDti-ee T3 hereby yiven that the Couty Surveyor of Uan l.)lph Couiitv will commence tlie survey of Sec. 21, T. 13, R. 12, on Thnrs dy, 6ih diy of December, IfCf,na con tiipie from d.ir to day until sii l !urey is cmoltte-l. A. D. WAY, Nov. k, lecn. S. K.C. Adniiiiirtratur;M Sale. TVrOTlCE is hereby gire. that on Fri l 1 diy. the Hth djy uf December. A I). l6, I will sei' h.l public au tion, at the late r il nee of Thomas S. Bunch in Winchestir, all the sepir te per. mil es ttteof the b iil deceased, (not taken by hii wi. low,) consiuting in part of household and kitchen furniture, one fet of new harne-', one stove n ml n r iriety of otlitr arti cltstoo telious to meiiti m. A erelit of nine m uth will be iven on all sunn of in re thn Three Dollar, the purchiser piving his nite with appr ril "e curity, waiving vala ition nn i pnr li'e-ntnt Nws. L. D. Humeri, Almr Nov. 2 of ep. estate of decM. rVotiec TS hereby pin n that I will sell on the premises of J.hn Gnr, deceaml,on Saturlny, the 1 5th dny of Pecimlur next, all his personal prperfy, (not taken by widow,) c)iiistin of horse, on, sheep, ho;:, lumber and virious other articles tuO teliousto enumerate. A credit of nine months will be piven on all sum over Three Dollars, by purc-hiser uivinpf note with appr vel surety, waiving viluation Jinl nppraist meiit Inws. Nov. 21, ieC0. t;r.o. V. M vKfi. A.tm. Notice TS hereby piven that the unlr5ined his taken out letters of adminirtration on the estate of Jhn Gray, ieceased. The estate is probably insolvent. Geo. W. Monki, Nor. St, 19 j0. Adm. Notice (S herebypiven.fh.it I will yell, nt public auction, on Saturday, the I.rth d ty of Deeemlur next, at the rrsidrncr of Willi im l Cray, late of Randolph County, fleceas el, all iii p rotial property (not taken by the widow) consisting ol one wa;on, hay corn, firming utensils, cows an I calves, sheep, h-tps, wnon mikir! toolj and other articles too tedious to t nurner te. A credit of nine months will be piven on til sum over Three Dollars, the purohiser giving his note with approved surety, waiv ing vulu ition and appraisement laws. Edward Grat, N r. 19, 1?G". Executor. iotiec 1'S hereby piren that the undersigned has bn appointed executor of the laU will of Willi un P. Gny, late of Kandol h Count , deceased. Saitl Hate is suj poseu to be solvent. Edwakd Gray, Nov. 19, I f 6 T. Executor. GuruMlianN n.iIc ol ICeal rTlIIE undtr.-ipned, pu ir lian of tho pf r Hon atil et ite 01 J ime Wirt, iuiaut sni of J itnes Wirt, dece med, w ill hell, Ht putdic mir, at the court luuc door in the town of Winchester, on the -Cth day o. January ne xt, the fulloning real estate, t wit: The undivMed three-f urtln of sixty, sev en square r ls and 1 t7f fief, ctminencu, 1 Tt rls sotith of the in th-cant corner oi s ction 1 1, township 21, r tnpe 12 e it, run idnp from ihonce west Ö poles thenc south p tsan I 7 i'ee t, thence eist p des, th nee north b po'rs ami 7 feet, w.th tlie uppurt nmces. Als 1 the undivided three fo'irihs of lot4 mim'nr I and 4 in the t wn otten beurilte, Raulolph county, Iu liana, with appiirten inc s. ( Tlie same to be aoid sub ject t' widowa dower.) The rurthtMr will he required to pay one thin! f the purch ie ni ney on d.iv of . ile onc-thir I in nine and the residin in e-lphteen nnnihc, takiii.' porch ise re notes lor delirred pay, metitv, with approved security, bearinp in tere-t Ir in lte, waiving vuluition und ij. pri'seiiMlit laws. Tiie nurchasi r c in also, on same day, If he AiAiie, purcliie the uiidi vilel oiit f.Mirth of t!te above desrrlbeil pr perty nul th- widow'a dow r on fair and rc isonablc tirm. The pnrch ser will re ceive a deel for the nbove property a aoou as rurt c oifirnii the site. Joiir Nr.itER, N v 22, IG ). Guirdian of Janu s Wirt. IHultiUon of the Union. SOUTH CAROLINA hivinpdeterm'ned tu feci tie from the Union, in rouse luence of the eU ction of Lincoln to tUt lVesidency, the umlirii.iiel his a's deter mined to v ith!ruw Ir m the Clirk's ofilci a'out the2il of AuuU next, wTieu his succettsor will be iu mounted '1 lurefore, notice is piven ti all persons who are owtnp cohis in any way, in said oflh-e, that, unit they are fe'ttlcd by the 10 h of Deetmbir. 1(G', Fee Iblls will be isiued iudicr min itely fur all fees or costs then utiM tt.ee . Adininistr itor? ex cutrs and u rJian ic not exempt from this notice. All who di sirc tu save furtlu r co5ts had tt r look to this m itter immediately. 'A tenrd tt le vier etc. II.'H. NLFF, Clerk. Nov. 22, If G3. Slieritl Sale. BV virtue of an execution to me direct ed trim the Ran lolph Circu t Cour, I will exnoe t sale at the court hous tlDor in Win'hesttr, Iluidolph County, In diana, on the 12th day of December, ISG, between the hours of IU o'clock, a. m., and 4 o'clock, r. M., of s iid d iy, the folio wi up real est ite, situ ited in Katnlolph County, Indiana, to nit: The west h ilf of the north-west quarter ami the northwest frictionil quarter of section twenty-nine, in township nineteen, of ranpe 12 east. Executed a the property of Willim Ken ton, at the buit of Corne lius Thornbur-.h. A. II. JENKIN-. Nov 22, ffeegi'.) Sh'lTR.C. Notice to 1Io1i-m ol lctitiou to woll ICcl E-t:ite. State of Indiana, Randolph County: NOTICE is hereby piven thit Jesse A 1 dirfjt m, administrator of the estate of J imcs W. Freera in, deceased, has filed Ids petition t fell the real estate of the le ceirnt, his perjon il prperty beinp insuffi cient to p ij his debt; Slid that Slid peti tion will be heard at the next term of the Court o. Coramun Pleas, of said Count. Attest: Ii. IL NEFF, Nor If, lfCfi. Clerk. St itc ol Indiana, Randolph Connty HS. In the Kandolph Circuit Court, Spring Term. A. D., 1&6I. j4Cob Ehrgood, I vs. Tttition for DiTorce M irv E Ehrgoöu) COMES now the said petitioner, by IVelle k Neff. his attorneys, ai-d ß'is the aßlivitcf a disinterested person, by which it is fhown tnat said Mary E. Ehr pood is not a resident of the Sinl of Indi an. Notice Is therefore hertby piven to said Mary E. EhrrooJ, that unl. she per sonlly be and appear before the Judre of this Court "n the 2d day of the next Trm th re of, to he holden at the Court Hnue tn V"nchttt r, on 1h "d M nlay of Mrch, l(l,an l then and thi re to answer or de mur M -aid petition, the si roe will be heard arI determneJ in h r -nri. Oct. 30, 1800. HENRY 11. NiFF.CVk. 'sirdly ICr. illicit. Hi 'ad n Virribleedacheththafterroori, hand I stepped into the hapothecaxivs h ma siy' hi to ttie man, Con jt.u hease nie 01 an VwlacheT" "Doe s it h icht'-rd," .iys'e. "Ilexci ed;nply," says hi, h nd ujo.i that 'ep.ve me a Ct ph itic l'ill, h ind jjii mc 'onor it cun-d nie so quick that 1 'ari-ly realized 1 ad ad an 'eadochc. . . C"IlEAüACr is the favorite fdpn by w.iiel nature nukes known hut deviation s hatevcr from the natural ite of the brain, and Tiewed in this liht it liny be lookl on a i safepu ird inteiiut d to ive notice ot diieme w!i c i miht othtrwiie eacajeatt i. tiv.i, till too tatet j be reuicdiul; aid lU iuiliCrftioiis houM tu vir l e neLcted. Headache may be cl.iviri d undr two names, viz: 6yin;.tornatie and Idiopathic Sviuj tom itic tleadichc is eX3v edin- It cin- r iu.mi uij.i is the precur-or of a pre.it arieti of disease?, anion which are Apoplexy, G ut, Hhem it;sm and 11 fbrile i i-esis. In its utrv'e frni it is irapitlu tic oi disease of tlie htouiuh coiiatitutinp ick headache, of hip i tic disae con stitutiiig bilious htauacht , of w.rnis, cui.j-tipatioi. iu I other dii r len of t!ie bowels, as will asreiiiland uterine all't ctioiH. DiM.iM. of the heart are r ry frexjoent'y atteiiiied with ileal.che; A ae nia uod pletora an iUo a!ft ctio'ii which frequently (ccasioii heiulache. Uiop&thic Headache is m1 vtr common, bfcinp usuiilv ditinuishid the name of n-rroM headache, somi tiHii. cominp on suddiu'y iu a st;.te of appareut y souuij health and prostr itinp at once th mentil and phys cal e ir0u s, an J in te h r UHtance it c mes on s'uwlv, h( raided bv depression ot spirits or acerbity ol temper. In most iii-tatice.4 the pain is "in the front of the head, over oue or both eyes, ai.d s raetimes provokinp vomitinp; under thi clas nuy also be named Seuralia. For the treat Met. t of either el.ns of Ifead ache tiic Ccphilic lMUhue been found a sure and safe rimed. , nliivinp the inns acute pains iu a f i w miuutes, und by its subtle power indicating the diseisii ol which licailaclie is the uiierrinp iudix. Cliiiiiipioii Stove Store, AND rREmiui TIIST SHOP DatbCET. Missus wants you to fend her a box oi Cephalic Ci I ue, no a bottle ol l'rcpomd IM s. liut I'm thinkinp tints not ju.t it ueithir; but rrehaps yeM be afther kuowii g what it i. Ve fee slit's niph deal on. g ne with ihe Sick Ilcidachc, and wan s s nie more of that fame U3 rtlaivid lur btf.ic. Drujjt You must mean Spaldinp's C-phalic Pill-. Dridet. Och! sure now and you've cd it, he are'i the quartlur and pir im the Til 8 and iloiit be all day abtiut it aitlur. CoiHI p tllon r I TClir4. No one of the m my ills flesh is heir to" is so prevail nt, so little understood, und so much neplectcd as C itivcne.-vs. often ori'naliuu in earelesniit ss, orse :eutary bits it is repanlcd us a slipht disorder of tjo bttle ciidejuence to excite anxiety, while in rei it) it is the precursor and corr pinion of ina-iy of tlie ni st fatal i nd da.groas d sv.iss, and unites iui!y iridic ited it will brin, tlie sutl'trer to an untimt ly erae. Am iig the lip'at ev.ls of wh c h cosivi hm is tue ueil alien lance are lie niacin , Colic, Uhcum itiom, Foul U.eath 1' les ami others oi' like nature, wb le i Ion;; train of l'rij;lit t'ul discaSiS tili ai Milij.li nit Fever.-, Abce.es Dysmi.uv; Diarrli.u i, Dy:jpsi, Auoplexy, Epilep-y, I'iralvsis, flysttrii, II. pochondr as's, Mel inch ly an I lusnity, Urst indie te their pr fence in thesysttui ly this alarm ng synijiton. Not tiinrjU lit y lhediei im named origin ite in Constipi tion, but tike on an iulepeiideitt existince unless the cause is eradicited in a.i earli tape. From all thise eonsidiration it follows tint the ilia r Irr hould receive iinmeiliate atte it'oti whenever it occurs, an t ii')i ri 'ii rhou'd iupl.it to pit n box ) Ccjhitic 1MU on the first ippemnceoi the conipl'iint, as their t'mely use will ex pel the iui lii'ins app 'iu:hee of ii leasts and destroy this dangt reus fue to human life. .IOS. PUCKETT, WllOLESAl t AMD RET A It- t-CAl I IM STOVES, COFPEIi, TIH & JAPANNED WARE, Sfcre Weit nf the South irttt corner cf the rublic Square, Winchester. Ihireonhend anl iutend keeping, at all timed, a full assortment of COOKING STOVES of the bctt anl most approved patterns, uc!i as the EX CELLO, Air-Ttelit, Charm, Champion, diamond, and l.clipsc. all of which will be sold at reasonable r etes, ranpinp from Twrr.vt to Thirty Dollars for STOVES FULL TRIMMED. Also, various sizes and patti mi of Air - Tight Parlor, AND 20Z STOVES, all which will be warranted to be as rep resented; and every plate in the Champion Stove is warranted for ttcclce month. I alo manufacture TIIST of .every varifty. all of which I Warrant, and olfer for sale eithe r at Whulisale or Retail. Tin Root1ii, C; utters nnd Npoiitin, will be put up at fair prices of good, sub stantial material. I take plcisurc in doing all sorts ef JOB WORK AND REPAIRING, all of which shall he done with ueatncsi and dispatch. I will take in exchange fr any thin? that I have to sell Old Irom, Tcw-tir and CorrtR. tiF I invite your attention to mr stock The CoEiitiff cap. INDIANA STA'iE JOURNAL for 18C1. befote purchasing tin while. JT141 is thai he 1 1 . h ? Mr. Jo net , ii n "the pill you sent cured me iu just twenty minute, and I wish you wou'd Min 1 more so th.t 1 cau have tlie u haii'ly. J 'Ays i cian Yu c in ret thtm st nnv D-iiiraiat. C ill for Ceph ilic lMI.', I find they never fail, mid I 1 1 ci.mtm nd tin m in ill e ises o( !ealai he. Mrt. Jours I i!i ill srnl fr a lo-j di- reetlv, tin 1 shall tell all mr S'itlYriii;: friend, for they pre a real llrs$inj tm Fapt iRTfi km'iwinq. Spa'dinpVCeph. ilic Pill are t eenrtiin tore fr Sick lie id. irhe, Hilioui He l Uehe, N rvoiM Ils idache, C-istiveness nnd General Dibility. NervousHeadache Headaclie. By the ue of thee rilN the rrlodic ttiek ol AVresut or Sick Headache miy be prevented ; and if takm at the com metiee mi nt of an attack immediate relief frompiin nni ri-knes will be obtiine.l. Thv e1d m fail in rrraiving the. au$ea and Headache to which females arc so Ellbj Ct. They act pently upon the bowels, rc mvin? Coir.pirf. For Literary Men, Students; Delicate Fem lies, nd all persons of tedevtary Aat'M,thcy are ralo ib!e as a Laxjize, Itn prjvin? the appetite, pivinp tone and t'jor t-j the digestive oran, and restoring the nitur.il elasticity and strength of the whole sytem. The CEPHALIC TILLS are the result of long investigation andcarefu'ly conduct el experiment, hTin- ben in use many jears, during which time they prevented and relieved a Tast amount of pain and snf ferinp from Hendache, whither origina ting in the nrrrons sv?teni or from a dc- T rented state of the sfrmae"t. They are entirely vepttable in the'reom pnit'on, anl miy be tiken at all iimrs with rerfect fifetywithout m ikinjany change of diet, ai the abttnee of any diioyreealle tste renders it taiyto administer tkemto chil dren. ', " BEWARE OK COUNTERFEITS! The Efnuifte hare fire signatures of Hen ry C. Spalding on each Box. Sold by Druggists and all other Dea!ars in Medicines. A Boi will be lent by mail prepiid on receipt the. IP ICE 35 CENTS. All or ler ihoiilt be llre8i-nt to IIENRV C. SPALÜLVJ. 49 CJr Street, New York. Health and Happi ness Secured. TIIECONCI NTKATED Cl'UE TUE CONCENTlt AI ED Ct'ÜE A POWERFUL ItEMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY FORWEAKN1SS, FORWEAK.NES, FOit EAR I Y INDISCRETION FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRY IT! TRY IT! t h Y IT! TRY IT! The Concciitratnl Cure! a ctRTai and rotvtart'L smcdt ro 1VEAKMSS Of Till rnocKEAiivu uua.v.s. It ia prrpurcd by an r.MivNT riivtiriA or tiiii citt, And has Ing been ki on brrv aa TiiroM.rRt.Mtnr That would surely and pi rm me ntly restore to a Natural State of Health .end' Vigor, pirsiis widkeiiid by e-xeefs.nr by the Mniscs:Tioi or raarv rocVu. Although not many moiithi. have e lapped ince it w:ti ftrt generali? introduced a means of ext nsive a.lvi rtising, it is uoa curiuu a vat number of Tin: ui'oitTii.ATi:t Who, having been le-d TO MaT. A TRIAL Of ITS VIRTCfS, irertpi'llv revr:iitf their wontnl HEALTH AND STR LNOTII. This j n j'ur tt'u-n is not a sTittt lant, si'T I'Uitl.LY Ml DH J.N AI. UE.IIEDY The efllicte.1 ire Invite.! to trv it. IT WILL .SURELY CURE Send for a circular HrM, read it carefully, ind then you will n I for thr rmdicinc. ' I'rice per Vint, One Dollar. Can be suit by mail. One eial will last a month. u. CKi:;i:it, AcrHT, No. T !. ftronilu n , X. A r? K AS AST STINUI.AST, Eor the cr.MTAl organs em be obtained by sending $.r to the Ajrtnt as aboe. SENT FREE BY MAIL. C rtMiUrs or medicine can be procured nf DrucCists Evirvwhert April 5. HGc ly Notice. IIE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE Lske Erie tt Pacifis R..R. Comp'ny are herrhv notifirl to meet it Masonic Hall n the sill .g of CAMBRIDGE, County of Wivne, on the "th dv of Du tmbir. A. D. IfcßJ, at 12 o'clock, m , of siid dav to tied Sej-iCH IIrrelori for said Company to serve fur the enu:n? year and for the transaction of such other buiiness as may be necisiary. L. Q. Raws oi, Attx. White, O. B, Rvsii, TixrLTe Btrsox, Direct rs. Ojco. T. F'ddt, Jon D. Fat, WticnrsTr.R, Nor. 15, 1 ?61. tt Sheriff's Sale. BY rirtue of and execution to ne directed from the Fayette C'ta mon Pleas Court, I will expose to !e at the court houe door, in Winchester, Ran dolph County, It d.,on the ICrii pat or DccrMica, 156', between the hours of III o'clock a. M. an 1 4 o'clock r. x. nf siid day, the follow ing reel estate, situated in Randolph Coun ty, Ind., to wit: Eighty acres of land off of the north tide of the south half of section thiity-five, in township nineteen, of raupt twelve east, the same beinf three hundred and twenty rols ea:t and west, and forty rods north anJ -oulh. All of aüd laud or a sufficient am mnt thereof to satiefy said execution and cot will be o 2i red at 'two-thirds thr ap praisement. Executed as thenroperty of Leonard Fe tro, at the null of Willi un Net kirk, Will iam W. Frybargerand M rtin Frjbirtr un Itr the rui na;e of William Nwkirk L Co A. II. JtNKINS. Not 22, 1SSJ. fie $t.J S Tff R. C. The event of the je.r Ufore cs will bt fraught itl a pnatir intircU to the peo pe of Indiana than thoe c-f the exeuin period through LUtrhue just p. ie! as thrilling in their nature an t aa iotvrtst.t in thtir results as ti.y have tun. Tit Republican narty ha achieved a triumph io the State, and the G ,rernmii,t of th Com rnT.wca'lh is to pas int; tLeir hadn. A political revolution h s bien maJe Ly tha pcpe, and the proceedings of the tw guardisns of tlie public trusts ill be watch ed ith an eagi r eye by all. i he new pr ty comet into jxjwir Curing the secouU ek. f J inuiry, and all will be d sirous of keep in up with the onward mnreh oft nets Anotht r interetin; period prior to ;iis willhcthe aemb!in uf correaj on the Crpt M mday of Decernb r, .huithe policy et t!ie Administration rtspctin the DISUNION .MOVEMENT will be in de known, and oilur niattrr of pre at public import nice' developid. With the sj ;-fiachin session of Congress and that ol our tate Legislature the people of In liint will wish tobemide acquaii.ttt!. -Taking the two together no p'fer i!l sup - the ant f -r such inforouitioii ao well; sjm at so cheap a rate astheSTsTC JocatsL ..... do. With a full corps of riper ur iu TIIE LEGISLATURE and correspondents at Washington snd tint news by telepraph trra Congress, we will be able to give always the Utett and most readable inteliiiuc fn a those delibera tive bodies. Wiethe avdj urnracnto"C-ngrrii sc J tb Legislature comes the inauguration of a REPUBLICAN NATIONAL AD- MINISTRATION, the "crowning flower and frwit' of the jrlorious ictory achieredby the part? of free labor on the Cth of Kovtxnbtr. This will be the mst important event of tho year, and the doinps of the ne w Adminis tration, men of all parlies will desire to know. With what' we hare mentioned nbve as events of much more than ordina ry concern; with the interest felt in the prorifi of the r volution in Southern Eu rpe, and in the 1t Telopmcnts of disunion n the R utlurii States of eur Union, thcra will be abundant tnttcrial for making an eer wilcome and anxiously lockcd-fcT Ja bir. Tue Jva-iAL ill also pive much atten tion to home news, which department alone will be worth the price of the paper two or thrie t iacs over. Its columns will alj contain CHOICE MISCELLANY, rntrrtiininr ta'es, political articles, corree p'vndmce from vrrioui points, the Utest mirket roprrte;both liom? and forcipn.sjvl, in shfrt, every thin to make a first clssa ftm ly unl politic il tiewpptr, suited to bulli obi youup r. a-lers. In TYFOGHAPHICAL APPEARANCE it will be unurpaied, having just beea dressed out in entirely new nattrial for tbe cominpyeir. 1 he term of the paper will be the ssmo ai htrttofurf, which are si folium: TERMS: One copy, or " year $ 100 Ten copies to one aldre, and one to the make r of the club 13 00 Twentv copie to one addresn, and two to the miker of the club... 23 00 Thirty copies to one adtlres, and one cpv of the Wetklv, and one of the Daily, to the mLrr of club. . CO 00 Fifty copies to one ad're, ami two copic or the w e tklr, r nd two or the Daily AdJ tions csn be nede to club at any time at the above rati p. Where the p'frfr is nillresil to e-mh Miterib r aiparatily, the t xtn copies w ill tiOt le se tit. Tint Dailt Joira!. will be nent bv mail or express to sub-t ribets at any point lori cents a month, r Jf-. a ei ar. AH Mtbscrii'tions invarUbly In advance. Addreos Journal Compniiy 1M)1ANA10L1S, IDIAeA. &3 03 ex-vmas to me r Sheriff's Sale. TY virtue of a venditioni D directed from the Randolph Common Pleas Court, I will r xpse to a"e at the court-hU!e door, in Wincheeter, Ran dolph "Co.. Indiana, on the 15th day of December, laCH, between the hours of M o'clock, A.M. r.l 4 o'clock P. M. of laid dar, the follow ing real estate, rituated in Randolph Coun ty, Indians, to wit: The eit't half of the north-eat quarter if the south-went quarter of section t'nir.y five, in township nineteen, ringe tailre Ht, con'attiinp Iwrntj eres more nr le. Exeeutetl s the property of Fnos Picker ing, at the suit of Coffin i RoM.ins. WM. M. CAMl'ßKLL. Not. J, UW-fet $3. Eh'ff, R. C. THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. Commencement ef the Seventh clumt rpilE puhlilrrs e.l the Atlantic Morth! .1. I"ve pleasure iu announcing that tbe new volume, to commence tun me number lor J unisrv, IrGl, will contain liatuns of nm likable lute re t and attractlvtLts. Among these tnav he tumuli A NEW NOVEL, Ry Mm. IIassiit Rrrcnxa Srowt. Author of 'Uncle l oin's Cabin,' and 'The Min Ltu'a Woo'.tig.' A NEW NOVr.I., Ry Ciusns RrsDr, Autlof 'Christie Johufttone,' V WcCiiilyn, etc., etc. new srouiEs, Ry Mis If AtiirT TsrioTT, Author of 'Thi 'Ambir Gods,' and '.Sir Rohan's Ghost.'. 4 A NEW ItO.IJANCl Ry the Author of 'Charlea Auchrstcr, snj 'Counterparts.' Also, Contributions in Prose and Poetry, by Henry W. Lonpftllow; Nathaniel Haw tuoine; Oliver Wendell Holmes; James l.'ue 1 liwell; Ra1h Waldo Eratrion; Jtihn Ü. Whittii r; Ilayard Tavler; Edwict P. Whi p!e; HinrT Giles; Richard It. Kin bell; George S. IlilWrd; Rote Terry; Re-r. Dr. Ih llow; Mrs. Fanny Ktmhle; Cbirlea E. Norton: Winthrop Serpent; T. W. IIij. insm; J. T. Trowbridge; and other distio gu'uhed writers. Tf'.nM Tl'ree Dollar per Annum, or Twenty Five Cents a Numler. Upon receipt of tho si!biripthii price, the pun'Uhtrt will ittil the work to mi) part of the United States, pre pai! . Si.bcnptir.s may tepin with ei .her the firt or any subeequent r.cmbfr. Thepouaye on the Atlantic is 36 cents a ie;r if pre-paid. The pi;e of the Atlantic are atertotyp- e l and back numbers en be supplier!. Clullini Arrgements. Subaeribers to piy their own potape. 1 wo copies for f.. Five copies f r i P. Eleven copies for $20. Rookael'ers anl New rmen will obtain the terra by the hundred, etc., cpoa applica tiou to "the rublih?r. TICKNOR k FIELDS, 155 Washirton St., Hosten, nor. I, KCO Administrator's Sale of HEAL ESTATE. TIIE UNDERSIGNED, administrator of the estate of Murdica Ftri, dee'd will sell at public outer? at the court bouse door in tbe town of Winchester, in Ran do'ph County, Indiana, on - Satchdat.tiie I'th dat or Dtcrxits, 15G0, all the right, title and interest of said e!e. ceased in the following real estate, to wir. P-rt of the t.orth eait quarter of section seventeen as followe, rorsmenc:.n at the north eat corner of said section , stvinte enr in tornhip tw.nty, of ranjre thirteen, thrnee louth one hundred ami xty rods, thence west one hurnlr d and twenty-three rods .nd eiht-trnths, thenca north one hundred a'i'l eixtv rol, thence es-t cnehutdred and twei ty-three rds and ci-ht-tenths to the p'ace of hejinnri;, being one hundred anl twenty-three atrea more or less. So msch of the" above tract of laai will te sold as is neresary to ay debts. Ttrnof sale are, one-third of the rr haemoneT on the da? ef sale, oce-third in nin an. I t!i rrci.iue in riehtren montna from Aw of .ile. The T.utxhaaer rill be required to execute notes for deferred pay ments w ith approTel se-curiiy, wiicc a" uation snd a; nraisement laws, with interest from date. When the proper e'urt eon firsu ad sale, the purcher will receive a deed for the real Ute al 1, It riccttin; there- nn a mortc ti ec'r ad deterred pay reenta. the on r.f makinff and recording tLtr tame to te paid bv the purrh- r. Ajicatw CoaT-ca. Nor 15, UC0. AdmT.