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NV.iNC iti:sf i: it : rridnr - - l)cr t Ml2 J. F.. 15RVLRLY. Editor. Important Notice! police i hereby jit en thaT I Pure mi Uy ioM iy Ir. J. E. 1W.ilt my iuterw: o the cCi:t of the Wiichmtu Jora!.- All those knowing them!!re in je'itrl to me w U the Cm of DrsM a I'oik lt4Krf ön rck raVcrirtion, Iel adt-r. liiinf.or work, will te the neceMty f making iumeliate uttlem'nt, ai 1 am itterninod to ei- up ray buo'm. l. ;. Dm. Mat. November 21. 1-02. 11 . i i .u : m1I ', Dy mc aou ij-jii- I. - feen that I am now the sole pro - r !.: .. ...nr. nn1 thp yncivr,,. - Jocmai. Omce In po, i uac Hiuniru wv. i rral hundred dollars. This clebt i I am anxious to pay of! as 5t, ; nnd as soon as possible, and thisjtne jast tjmr j am now is to call the attention of all per- ons owin me, for professional , services, or otherwise, to tke tact that I must now call upon inem!evij thlt Afridan Slavery has for settlement, and payment. I have made no general effort at collection for live years. Many of mv accounts have run for th it ( length of time. It i but reason able that 1 ;nouiu now, wnn. ; .... . i a ii I. ! needing it, have my pay. 1 inidnesstodcfer." Youwill never have a more convenient time, you have the mouey now, or, you can rv-ily get it. It may he very 'different the first thing you know. Under these circumstan ces, I shall expect every one f you to respond promptly to this call. ' J. E. BEVERLY. Col. J. C. Pixton, of the Sec ond Virginia Cavalry, lelt Camp Pratt, near Charleston, Virginia, on Monday a week ago, and marched, put ot the time through a pelting snow-storm, .md over four spurs of the Gaulev Moun tains, 210 miles in 70 hours, and coming upon the enemy in the vicinity of Frankfort, attacked and defeated them after a short fight. He took two commission ed officers, a number of privates, one hundred horses, over 2,000 stand of arms, burned their camps and all their equipage, all their störte and four wagons, without losing a man. Hon. F. P. Blair, Jr., has re signed his seat in the present Congress in order to take com mand of a brigade at Helena, Arkansas. Northern ladies just returned from Fredericksburg represent the feeling there as very deter mined and hostile. The ladies especially are bitter and malig nant beyond expression. They held meetings on tho approach of our forces and appointed com mittees to go and implore the rebel ollieers not to surrender the city under any circumstances. They preferred having their resi dences burned to the ground rather than surrender again to the federal forces. They repre sent the Kebcl force as very large. A letter from Suffolk, Virgin ia, dated Noven her 20th, says: 'Yesterday Colonel Dodge with two battalions of his amounted rifles and one howitzer had a spirited but brief engagement with the enemy at Zuri or. the Blickwater. Having no order- t- rri. hf rft'ild noi onrstif is 'advantages, ami after drivin- the i i ... tutned to his post. Transfers of Keal Estate. wocior iumjre uas soil ms 111 . residence to Mr. S. Bradbury for ?'0., and has bought lor Atftntwl . o $1,000 the propertv on thr fcouth ide of Public S.pnrr, now oc. cupied as a Shoe Store by J. D. .Smith, who, in his turn has .bought -Mr.- E. Eder'n store , house property, in the East front, into which he expects soon to move his stock, in trade. It has not transpired at the present wri ting t hat Mr. Edger has done, but it U sa'd he intends to close .out hit Gouds at auction be twecn this and the first of the in?or&in vcar. I v vuici: i mm i dimiochatic soi.imi;u. We .are favored with a letter from .Mr. J. K. Dion- to his : father in' thi vicinity with the f privily of u?inS such parts of it ! a may it our columns. It is ; . 'truants from his;50uri. (Jen. .VC!ellan endor.es principally intercstm- as hiving Coinpanv thp K ilIie:il lo which lhe Colonel as'one of the most the writers conversion from the ,u M' about t0 ,eavclficient 0nicers-in the army." -evil" of his former "ways ,njIlj(U Jis . The Cipta... was ! politics. Itiobviot from the ;IookinjJ remarklbI we, anJ Tnn .surrender of Norfolk was tenor of hi. letter that he exper,. ed n fme hpath . rather a sheepis!l affair.; Iay0T encedaiitawakentn-in Mo- . , . f . . , Lni& surrendered to (Icn. Wool, 5(-un, t rota wrncii o.aic we as . r I t ' . . - I. I driven for su.-pect. d attachment to the (Jovernrnent of his coim- ;try. Let Mr. Dixon make jown latPinent. , 'ovv in answer to your in ' : : i t f .. yury , rr-Tu ... ....... V"1"" I had not the opportunuj -oi vo- ung ai an, uu; Ii i nan i wumu not fiave voted the Democratic fA,HOCrailC that thing aow tooth inistration ticket. I have done that thing anJ toe' nail an administration mln I was once a pro-slavery i)emocrat, but after .seeing the brought unon this nation and the American people, I am down on the whole concern. I know that jUPrv js tH soi0 cause of all our trouble.-, and believe th it the (urs(. of rests upon it 1 and tipou every Country or State that : . .....i .tl" Svem. 1 till be- ' I I . lieve, as I said at Richwood at the commencement of the war that the days of African Slavery are numbered, and that peace will never again bless this dis tracted Country till the System is abolished and cvejy Slave on its soil is free. Then, and not j till then, may we be the peaceful and happy people we should be. N.nv, as one of the great army of the Nation lighting to subdue the rebellion, 1 cannot lor the life of me see any sense in wag ing a war against the South and permitting the cause of the re bellion to remain in force, to let the rebels have the use of four Million Slaves at home to raise the necessaries of life while the masters are iu the field murdering the defenders ot'tle Government. If a man is wounded here and in consequence of that wound U thrown into a feve.. we first aim to cure the wound and the lie ye r will leave the man. 1 think we will have to remove the cause ol this National trouble before wei(-;uM Un'm ''xr conje-.-tura ;s to p-im l.iv h.Mlthfol np.-iee .-min. !ils T.'t? testimony o. th- For one I am willing in sacrifice all my old political predilections and whatever else may be requir ed, for the sake of true and Iast peac?. And then in the last place, but not the least, I have been trying tor the past two years to live a christian life and senre the Lord to the best of my ability, and I cannot do this under my present convictions of right and wrong and 1 .it tnp same time De an advocate of Slavery, or act with any party that upholds it. If the Demo cratic patty bad the power in their hands they would compro mise, with the South and save ..Slavery. V Now I think you can guess pretty well how I stand, and how I would vote. I know there are tho5e who will call me a turn rnnt. anil snoh likf nun- Rut I would have such to understand! that I am a man and can change my mind and actions, too, when I linl 1 am in error. A horse or i .1 A lie never chinsres his way ol a ""'"'S. bt "". a man,1' is oltcn compelled to do to. si:wi; i rniM:s - ci ...... .i. . i i ee nouce, to me tirumpioyect, c . m . . 1 . ,oi tue i.ime .atit ewini Ala - ' chine placed in our Columns to- j day. A very genera, and, doubt- i, 3 ,,. , i , let well Sounded, prejudice ex-f Ie, well iounded, prejudice ex-tA. . . A. . . . , , . ews Olhce has ntst been return ist m reirard to cheap ewniL'! . r i .. ,,.. , Machines. We nave never much doubteil that this labor saving in- trumeut would yet be brought j v, V4.., provement, into the reach of all. VVhcther this one is the consu mation or not it i impossible yet to say. Its value is endorsed by the Toledo Commercial, the Hancock JetTersonian, and Ohio State Journal. We intend to know more about it. iKrui: sr. us. The follnvm r-hould h -ive lefn in 1 a-t week's Juurua!, but wa crowded out: I f.atitjiti i;nt?hp.ikr wi-i in , .- t . . O p i. U-the wav. v will iut hand 1 Lver'the fine compliment paid by ! ihe Jwerfai' to th3 Rwunent in which so many of our own ; neighbors and acquaintances re gcivt.l such a !il!iin' at Rich- monl, Ketu,kv, a ?ew wk. !onlv alter their or-aiii.ation: ! ,p ! I he tiüth bliows great proli- ;cjencv in jrln under the training of ttie Adjutant, Or.?i Perry, of Richmond. Ye noticed .Major Yatterhou.e on the ground look-1 . ' ingas sound as ever, having rc-icd covered from a wound received at the Richmond (Ky.) fight. A better set o! oth ers or regiment of men have, not been sent into the held than the.tt'Jth. We learn they are under mi'cuing orders. I j A M K N T A R L K (3 C C L K II K N ' V. S L'ici i) i o v a Youxij Man. John Shielding, an unmarried son of;cujt to see. Our pickets and Mr. Philit. ShierliriLT. of this u,... ' n ij.i 1 vicinity, aged about -J 1 years, but I still Ii vl mix with his lather, com mitted suicide oa Saturdav the y9l.h ult., by hanging himself with a leather strap or line. He left his half loaded wagon in the barnyard, went into the stable, put a bed of straw in one of the horse's stalls, covered it with a wagon sheet, removed his clothes, placed the line in a running noose around his neck, threw the other end around the leaning 5tancheon to which the boards, forming the division of the stalls are fastened, held it in one hand and in this way brought his weight to bear upon it. It shows a singularly firm determination to effect his object, that he should have held on to the line in this way till life was extinct, as it seems his feet"could .iever have left the floor. Mr. Leake, the Coroner, from whom these par ticulars are derived, says no one appeared io have lud any ut)i- ciou of so sid an o'inre'i" lauuiy wjs'iniii, .it nun ucriiuiui- . 1 : 1 .. . . 1. . !. 1 .... 1 1 rnn ..l.nrl.il (....... fin .lit- " ii I l HC sein a Miiuu uuy wjio wis J. with him, to perform some work about the house, and proceeded ! that the disease cannot be suc to the act that ended his life. jcessfully treated here. This in CCT Mr. S. P. Ludy, at bis Railroad Nursery, one-half mile East of town, on the Bellefon taine road, lias a fine lot of Nur sery stock for Spring, delivery. Besides what he has crown on his own grounds he has brought over and "heeled inM a large stock from his own Nursery in Ohio and from other Nurseries in the East. We were looking through his stork a dav or two ago and feel tree to say that his stock, if not "complete" is most excellent so far as it goes, and there are few articles in his line that we can think of wanting that ,M! U not Prei,r,rel1 10 fath aml j then there is another considera tion that will not apply to all canvassers; what he sells he will be very apt to deliver, 3 S i:V9. Those interesting spirits who go hungering and thirsting after, daily news, the Magazines and the latest litem - ,...i - . : c . ... , . ... ii. .v.... J 1 . . -. w . . - - i .r r mn:r im irt i ii a m iiiut.pi vo , i-v.i um.H lu u uu uiu uyjruimi. .. , , .ti.ee nic 1m streets, to which place the Uo that they are worthless. Please . . ... , , ',1fMPM J Mr. Editor, rennest all persons ! building corner Mam ami f ranK - ea, anu iney can ue mieu. . 1 - We arc in receipt of the "tin Detector." published l.v The work is nuhlnhed monthly at 130 and semi-monthly at S2 00. at Cincinnati and Louis- villc, .and is corrected by Van Winkle 5c Bus:ert of the former, and M. Fdllilove & Co. of the latter place. The work-has the appe'arance' of a yery good thing: of the kind. iv.o'i V:"Asiii.wro'- Yasi;;.v;tu.v, Dec." 1. Col. A. v'f C-jlimrn, from (Jen. Mc Cieii m's Stuf, his hern atgn- M to i:itv a -f I titrMt tneral iLn.iri(,:, nl- ,h-:ri: . blown up. .Ttl.. "" s.m-.nnn'vn, n. IJIunt, with 5,000 Federals, at tacked and routed about 8,000 ! i rebeU u.iwcr Gen. M.armaduke, I at Cnr'. Will Art- nn to 'nth I , - . . , killing riixtv and unvdincr the bal-' ...... . . i..-. . ii Gen. lMunt teegraphs that the ! jenemy is tudly Vhipped, . and : will dot probably venture nortli 'of lioston Mountains again this - . wii.ter, and as they have consum- all snbsUtehcu in the valley of Arkansas they must soon re1 treat into le.as. tX3"It is now thought rather i probable that there will be no 1 Ij.i'.tle at Fredencksburge and ; yet how the "problem" can be) ; solved without, it is a little dilli- iiuu'c i iiic n-uvis in nun," m , conversations across the riv er. "Written 'or the Journal. Mr. EniTOk 1 propose to give to all those who are interested, information that may be valuable. First, in relation to furlough. The following is the order gov erning the granting of furloughs in tins department : In time of war, leave of ab sence will only be granted by the Secretary of War, except when the certificate of a medical oflicer shall show beyond doubt that a change of location is necessary to save life or prevent permanent disability. In such car.e the co ninander of an army, a de partment or district may grant, not exceeding- twenty days, and these' certificates must be endors ed by the Brigade Surgeon and Medical Director upon personal examination, together with the opinion ot Regimental, Brigade and Division commanders in dorsed o i the same. I furnish this information so and the Jlernniac wasin& senate announein a quorumi that persons wno hive Iriends in!. . ., ,r ,T ... , ' .... : lri'iit Mr Mnrrnl la- u-.uv miy understand that it 1 1 4 -V , onxw , J . .. . i moved that it and .the aeeompa-t is "i-rle.-s to write to their iriends ... , , ' , i , . nying docjUmtntO be referr.'d toi to 'et kiilou ',is and come nonie. . - ; . ... ..r. , . ,1 ,1 ;. .. .1 . the Committee ot the H liole and : . . 1 1 iv 1 II tv iir fi:.i'(ii(r f h-il ..w.v . . ... vjII muH -fUitimt ."fit hnmi nn ! '."t IKK v......--- w- v ..v...w w-i floive'oi at?ence to ee their sick . . at heme. .nor can sick men tret UO!1UN uniess the ceHiHcate show tormation, it obscrveu; will save monoy and a great deal of bitter feeling toward Rsgimcntal ofli cers, as they have no discretion over tlie matter. Persons desiring to write to their friends in the 8 Ith Indiana will direct their letters to Cat- j lettsburg, Kentucky, from which j point all letters will be forward- cd to tho Regiment. In direct ing letters always give the' name and No. of the Regiment. Our .'men all have good Sibly tents, vVarmed by sheet-iron StOVes. I lm:r..-lt is the request of, .i Ii..- . u ' c ' i coming to visit their friends in . . f? . i i . this Regiment, s riouici let tue triends ot other soldiers know of their coming, tint friends may send letters by them or other ar- send letters oy mem or umcr ar- joint rCsJOution precisely similar tic es that would be acceptable o!In tone and sc that o to their comfort, and keep them ' MlT CX , ? e rd.l ua .m Muumi U.irUcc. Fuel J CAN CIV: STKADV T.MPI.oy. ko i.ieir c uny , i , and received precisely similar Jcctand was t-iht Jt..irs oil, and aau 1 Wnft.i s.ct "ve to ... licit contented ana rnppN . . ! treatment. L;iiil over exceedingly r-ri-ht, ,usa:it and attwionirr iur ib-. LlTTIi: GIANT KU'- There' is 'but little USC to send! u hi vi- nlWd i'-A-nlntlnn ,w'n,a"' cl,i,i of more .ttUti ordinarv i INvJMACULMrke $I5--H. turner, ii-iip.. to" ih unle there is1 M 1 s oilered a .CaOlu ion , r(lui,0, 4lll WJ Uit b.d she iive.j. i.-.a-.- VnMri : xtra N.euu-. : . i .r .1 i some one til take charge oi mem, as all artic ej seilt ' bV express without cor to look alter , . 'T , I . . i .... i I . i , them are snl.ject to ne iom, xe.f . . . , I n ,4 . ff nallhnii: , siroyeu or muic, aau n ...v. SirOVeU OT SlUieil. auu n "cm.. .. i i " . I . - n H.w. thnu rt f in 1 .1 1 1 'I riPlil. II s ,rrcat many articles are Uamaetl J 1 IUI 9t c . i . -. - - 7 iiiciu, Mr. Editor, rennest all persons coining here to advertise it in'lbe .Senate: The f Senate ' trans paper, as we are anxiouslo add. acted no business of importance to the comfort and happiness of' before going; into . Executive ses- r men. i.ou can , S' i u-lnt pa nrness our men our men. l ou' can t imagine dear, friends and how their co'un- ! teu.inces brighten when t tney re - ceive letters. Let. iamers anui brothers come and ! visit their sons and brothers. 'You can't spenu your, mouey. iu, a ua cr purpose.. Yours truly,... . ' , 1 ' -i '.A. j: NEFF," " Major 84th Indiana. (oN(iiu:üSiowL. TIIlRTY-SCVENTl! ('OMIRESS. SIC-' o.sd sksmox. Wasuixoxo.v December 1. HOUSK. The Chaphin re turned thanks lor the brintemn . Ai . .. ., I i 1 ' i ' siave, ior emancipauon, anui irom a system wincri nad involved in, suiiüw aim Miajiif. j Holl called by States. Quorum present V message was received fromi Li . i assembled ready for business A'j similar message was sent to the Senate. A committee from both houses i was arnointed to wait on the ' President and inform him thev j at were ready to receive comrrmni- cations r f , .. w . .; Mr. Uonklinir, iN. i odered n i .. ,.i . . " , - i instructing the committee on r a- val Attains to inqure and report the best mode of placing vessel of war uh Lake Ontario when an i - exigency may arise, and estab-j lishing water communication I irom other waters to Lnkes and i report which various plans were mOSt reliable. Messers Valandigham, Cox and Richardson, "pitched in" at once. Mr. Valandigham offered a resolution, which was adopted, callin-r for intormation as to bv what authority the Postmaster General should undertake to de cide what Newspapers may, and what may not "pass through the mails. Mr. Cox offered a resolution condemning the arrest of citizers suspected of disloyalty in the North where no rebllion exist demanding a cessation of such . I . . j arrests and all persons so arrested j . it I - i . . I suall have a prom)t and pu!)ln- J trial according to t!;e provisions : ot the constitution and laws ol the United States. On motion of Mr. Colfax, laid i on thp table. 80 to 40. ' Mr. Richardson offered a res-; smoking hams a. smoking cigars! KndoiPh Cirmit t onrt,' . . " i - 1 1 will eTlue to .l!; :it jite Court ilru olution on the came subject, re-j RAncnn little child was;ilu,ir ," ''"-hr.-tiT, ' K.u,.loi..h cuiux. lating tocitixens ot III., and eall-j heard to call fron, a window of a M,,uf' oi4 , , , - r , ing ubon the President for infor- j mean-looking liouse to her onpo-liM;J, utneei, the hours .r io .iVior mation in regurd to them 5cc. i "ite neighbor: ki Please, Airs. J ,,r"1 Vin(k p. MiiHui Uv On motion of Mr. Lovejoy,! Jones mothers lest compliments, 1 '; l --ut-. iu iu,;. . j . I .V "i ' .it ; Iul;li CuijjM v. Iitdianx. t it; laid oa the table cas71 Nays;ann it it is fins weather, will you The nom!i.,.t quartrr ( the nonh 40. ' !Sa begging with her to-mor-; Wft,t q"rtr of stinn veuieen (I7 m, tT . rf.v!"' (township nineteen (111; of range lilteen x tie ciuuse luuK a recess io; await the rnesa''e of President Lincoln. After the readiuz of the Pres- t printed 1 3Ir. Vallandigham desiretl toj s.iv .1 fiMV wSitl. lint: ms nn. i vJnted.hy the prevous qwes.io,,.! i ne uouse tnen aujournea. oii. .v i lit. i ne proceedings were unimportant. After reading the Message, the Senate adjourned. December iL IIOUSE.On motion of Mr. Shellield ; itvas(. liesoved, That the Committee on Ways and Means be instruct ed to consider the propriety of admitting COtton brought from Other countries free of duty, and report by bill or otherwise. Motions; were made by Mr. I Edwards in reference to the Gen ii i -N . i . nTi.:i... '....I I ... T.. i i ii .1 concerning treaties anil tor the n r i ? ... . reuei ol Alinnesota suuererf, Deceiuber.2. Senate. Mr. Powell offered.., a iLi.buiiii.ii.iiuiii k , ...i.iviiai vuu ventioa at jj0Uigvije j., A ; r . ..... t fr the PlirPosf; oi. devising means ' to restore the I IllOn, and asking, ' iu itjiuic um c iiiuu. auu astvmi: h Leirislatures of the dillerent o. . . , , o , , , , -' .i , .!. " i" r- uuvu nvn wi uu iiiu .. . , . ' ,;rno,r c er. Laid over. Adjourned. ' Decemiier, H. j Si0n, and immediately upon the opening of the doors, adjourned. Hol sh. The House tool; some .action on the' Agricultural fund 1 subject, 'and on motion of Mr. Molman, of Indiana, a resolu tion was adopted 'instructing tl i Committee on Military Alfai the Alfai rs to inquire into the expediency 'of reporting .a bill on ' the subject bf mounded and discharge'd soldiers1 receiving bounty, ccc. t eral L.rinU UII1CC, by 3ir. UOX 111 I oi measles, and reultin' in !un affet relereuc to reducing duty on)ZT'TJL 7o !ajor:Gt nt ral Halite: j , Ao cxr eJ.tioa tent from ;Su8.lk, by .M i rij.iv,, ca-t'ircJ, to-i), iij5cci-(oi etintrJ ritt..'jav!i Hittcry v't ike n 'fmiar our army) ind drove the rncniy acnäs the Ulack Water at Franklin. W ha- 300 rriÄoncrs, anJ ar u.vkii:,; up mre ou the roaJ. . . f,, . , aaJ woundH: 0ur loM lt tntim;r. :;-...! I - li.i.v Jt.v ' i c J . , M !jor-(ir iif ral. The X.vy Iuirtmnit L-i receive.! from Cuun.jau.icr1 iwtr the mrtrcuUr.-. 0f the ncr:u;ciitivi into the im. force ur.Jtn (Jti XrpU v th-v scuuretl tlu surrounaia- pouoTry, upirji inz u n i? 1. . : . . works burning JU husht-N oi silt, ino c,lürtnt'rs tw0 a ,ul ' iCOW'' 8:1(1 cr' a lighur andtenty-fuor Urjro canoe. The I' s run hntt pnin rinMieJ oil Charleston the schooner Anne Deeo, . ..... . i 1 -i r . i tpi in rnn in - r. . . .. - iLOdi.t'ic iui uirpr.iin The regular ann the Indiana State I culture will be heir nnnml mppfirifr nf State Hoard Of Ari- I I I i it no In H in Ihio .il " -"'"T, v" . ........ ...II... . 1 ! It. . i I 4 1 i I at the State Iloiie, on Yedns- (iiV. January 7th, iS62. at 10 ra'olnrL f full r1ol-fcrr'itti from the several countv and dis - tiirt Snfir.tiP i rp.iiifxff,. . Papers throughout ' the State please COny. i5v order of the Hoard ,T rr , . II. Loomi, -ecretarv. Tndi.nn.inoli-. Vnr .01 - 1 ? ' ix t- t" Vii-V ri-. ' viTf in. -. iJ.-v- Möns. Every widow of a decca; ed soldier is entitled to pension and bountv ot 1U0. I he lather or mother of every unmarried d- ceased soldier is entitled to the $100 bounty. There are no less than ninety five different tax Stamps requir ed to be ued, from 1 cent to $:0 and to purchase a --full set will require nearly 00. jT ns )fHn ascertained that , . .ii . the man who 'h,A!d m to th' Iit was a shoemaker. i A THKIFTV wile WO!k1c;-s wl)V ! the men can't manage to do something useful. Might they not as well amuse themselves in - 'I am afraid vou will come to' 'want," said an old l.nlv to a young con eman. I ve come; D ' to w;irit aiieaiJv - lie ,,11,-11 t , -'.V L ' want your daughter. I J ? -1 . . . . 11 ; DEATHS. ilLRNMliK 11 ARRACK-?, Nov. th j SÄÄ wig at uVh.ck, jm v. weiter Platt, a member ol Co. (i, C ipt. Cirtcr ; 1th Pvt - : . i i r f..i ... ii . n gooil soldier, find respected by his compa ny; and while e regret the los ol" to good a 8o!di r, we tender our svnitkithies to his bereaved Pifcurs. lIi;MtV CARTEK, Captiilu Uouijjunv G, 51:h Kfgiuiet.t. On the Tth tilt.,' in Military IIopiUl, at iMemphn, Teune??-, DtMi.. Dosta Tf.R, of Corupanv K, Ut'th Jlt-iiucnt, I. V. M. Mr. Do.tateä was an una'saminp: Roi quiet, but honest and highly respectable j citizen of this phee, ftrd the news of his 'death will excite feriou regret tmd Mir row in the minds of a lare circle of nc fquainuoccs On S.itnrd.iv. Irh nlf of Tn.lT.,a . ...'......,"i.-., ""a ""'"vi k- '". Deceased w, ü mc:nlt.'r of the Filth r , . . . . Indiana v-'ivany, C inUin I.rle. lie met hisaeatii it!, a comur, ar,I horc his piriaU bot! btiug with him at the close. " ' ' 1 OIIITIMRV. Donarted tl'iis life, on Wc!ie lav, ' '" '.".i"... v'j wucu, ;mn .1 yi aim c-orafort to her -r-ircnts rdatircs' and Irlea.U. tmc hk 1 a jeenaar iimm-, at- ttive ,gr.,co aether ih,t ou all I'Cart aul uaJt-'lur the .hli-ht of all . "v i" . 'k- !- H-r death, iv t ..i- w. . 'v:iiuin uu iivviioii.i.' j.p . V I . va t h .n- .. r, . I . I . ., . 1 '...; . . i: f ... v.. ,ri.,m - tTI... .1 r. v I. .1 ihi ii.in. a in i n irntnu m " .. T r - n ve ol in. our hearty nnd mtde'ni ijjarn lur ud- timely fsid. Hat hi!e we Utnint her removal trotu our midst, we huhM luiw with pubniisüioa to the will of (oJ. ' In tin? tancu.ire of Ii.iiciratiow. It inv , truly s lid ot her ... . ....' ' !! iilie cauic forth like a flower', and was cut down J . G . . COMMERCIAL 'COLLEGE. H. W.! BUSH, COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, ... VTKELY'S 11LOCK. MA t.V STREET, 31 UNCI INDIANA. IVjf OIIKIM IIUUSU, J. AVliitroore, pt; In4inapolji, Ind. ' ' ' ' " " MTK IITO TL;m;!ts ' I will le .'at' fcj-aru.vtarp: n iGreensfork Towushiii uu' bMur- '( IV Utll, inst,'f lor; tfie i ptlfpoe. ti examining mru person as may want certificate of 'tilili 0 cattOIl to traoll School. P. HlATT Examiner. . . the ' -i ATLANTIC MONTHLY. III.til. tr A .11." iwi.r.Tiu- .77. ., .,., . . i tt smart iuimuz ,:ic,,th 'l'' ,f ,"ntio . . ........ j . 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OY ; l" iriue of a ti'crcr ai;l executiot ine dir, t tr.l I'roni t!.t !(l - Mftlrn.ii U iili.im Mctitr a; the suit uf U-U-m IUIimmh. -..if ' . i.enii o4 :..wiu j.m. tot.nU. .i-rrt ;xM v.n(T' . i NJlpriU S Sulp. . BY virtue of i do-r.'.' m,d u :ac liirci ti 1 Ii. ju t'.ie rxectstiou Iiaudoljth loDiitiita I'Itas Tourt. I will e:.fio' to sale t lhe Court iIou. door in V'inche.-ter, Kandolrh count . In- j ' ni in.t. f'i : -'"" - "' i Jiiniiary 'fj, i i. ... . l r , 'i ... .' . . . and 1 o'clock 1. 31. of .tid dav the lol- 1 vision al r;.iti', .-itu ited in K.n..;i Ii co'intv Iiidiiii-a, to-wit: - - The c u-i hlf ot" tiie 80iit!i-ca!t quar ter of sociion twr-it; -ci-ht '2") towi:shi;t uineteon (1'.') raiiv furtvva (l-i). -ast. Kxf-cutcd a thr f-rorTty of t'.nr:iim 1?. TIioiuj.-oii t tt.f the suit of ;Joha John.-on Administrator, kc. A. 11. JUNK INS, slicriil" ot, Kandolj a county. dtc-."-jrf-.'t,r.!) Administrator' Sale. "jV OTICl' i hriHir piren that. I will i 1 eil hi T.wb'.ic auction on ihe th Hl of. D;;uU:u A. .D. 1 tCJ, ut lhe late re.M Juice of William II. Hindi man, de cel,: in - J.iekiiin .tuwuVliit., Randolph . cjuptv, IihU ma, al' tlie rvrsonnl rror.ertv - ;i uve:c l not innen .oy ttie ? idow , 'iffiÄU.TXÄ : : -mi. .. . . . . . . ... - - ' tool, He. Vc. A creilit oi nine mouths will be given on nil. rums of mtre than three dollars, the purcha.MT r.iiii his note with if proved cturity, waiving VKluation nnd it rvisenieiU -law . Three dollars and uudrr, cash in hai.d. . m:.NRY v. 5.1 re, decl-3w , , Admiiiintrator. ! i!iji:iv:t I inert I (.l lar V alKi 1 X li s , or I'tilt ixtKc: liUb, COFNTV ' lacUT.S -riven to Asciit. An A -rent want, d in otrv Coxmf. Forrarticular,. Je-:r!ptive cata!eSni-. Ar., a.-.., itl MUIIIJ. I. . I ' , ' Gtn'l A-rat fr V. !U Toledo, O. .I. ' Appointment. "T OTICE i hereby piren 'that the ' nHsnf J lias t.fcii. apjIntcd I AdininNtrator of the -tat ol John 1 lownmr,-il tS RuUwlili Xöft, de- I i . ' .i.-i ! ccaodf- bau! tat imji j)o.tJ to be io- ftoivtUt. ' 7' r -RonEitTrMURniY, d'jtr-itvl - ' A'lmiiiiiitrator. I r; rrrt? "i LT fron hvinr marriage certifi er ete to fturn t-tjii oilier, of nurri?(' lucnized siucr the l.t day of OtjobrHlPj'J,inut procure a Ma nip for the jame under the " exctt ' law of the United ritau. i. V. GOODItfcif, Clerk. CHLLIAItll SALOON, Cars. W.ch- ttl, rroprlttor, f!a?tefthe Million llouit, VinhtUer, led. To the loTtra of pIe0QtibU is a jdoui gaa.