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nltc.hhoks. . T 1 I . 1 I Ith a rood!hmi;to IiaveW tmgMors-9 anothrr equally as good is to know how to be ai commence, like all other iuar . reU. viz., Irom yome trivia yu,r;uiercore, 11 i. .muurm - good neighbor. From botli ex . ii . . ? 1 j V V 1 n , V "itrva! oi. lioilality, win nay : lew ot them planted in ordina-v surest a lew ideas for the ben- (jnt very fevv 0f town-yanl,, but dwarf trees' may Mot all concerned. . you that were capable of getting ! stand at ei-ht leet apart for the fteishbor quarrels uurill j Inte.id Ofyor doins j Doucin and six for the Paradise. . "''v. "''V . ."while mama was overseeing the ; the 'bun afk nei ly in; do your (in IS'evr turn anythin ' in the hi way to pasture; arid it you keep chicekn?, ducks, geene, and lit t If pigs or big pigs, do tor the iake of peace, keep them on your own premises. Thirdly If you arc obliged to borrow anytning, return good rneaurc well pressed down and heaped up; but 1 repeat, avoid borrowing if you can po-t-aibly get along without it. Fourthly If you borrow you muit expect to lend. Most peo- I l. Ä . m ...... ll.m. .1. n.l il... to Und: for instance the I!u- li . ...... ' .i i.... Ä. ,..,.! .. . remember this, never refuse any thing vou wish to borrow; and when obliged to relu.e, do it kindly. Fifthly When you buy or sell, do t-o on the Cash System. If you cannot let each party keep a book and pul. dowif both debtor and credit, let no ac count run longer than the :Hst day of December. This will avoidmany lawsuits. And here let us say, avoid leeding, cloth ing, and filling, the purges, every way possible, of that numerous class called lawyers. Sixthly Remember the truthful saying, If a man wants friends he muft show himself friendly." Be ready and willing to assist your ueighbor to do such small jobs as takes two or three to do, and he will help you in return. (Wc lind it .very convenient, these war times," to exchange work when money will not hire labor ers.) Help those in trouble: be ready to assist tbe sick and amic . . - m , i .i . 4i . eu, -"u s.w.... , neip euucaic moe wnu ure wil ling to learn; in short, show your sell neiuiiuorly and you will be happier, make those around you happier, and the world he better for your living in it. Moore's Kuril New-Yorker. Moorr's Unril New-Yorker. A TALK WITH Till: UIULS. EscrsR inr, trls, if I urn a little intpYmtive this alternoon; for 1 came herr expressly to isk question?. 1 want to have a lit tle talk with you alone; hut if there arc any youn men around who are afraid to tjo to the war, or who prefer to show their pat riotism bv selling honk and ees, and tape, instead ot shoulder inir a musket, why let them put on crinoline and come into the par lor. Let me beseech you to lay aside your llirtin and visiting your music and drawing, crotch cting and embroidery, for one afternoon, nnd think oi' .some, thins really useful. What, do you think it a waste of time to draw saja Miss Ei GENNIE. I think, my dear, that you al ready draw quite to heavily on your papa's purse and your moth er's patience, and if you used less 13ri5tolboard, and more exercise around th? house, you would find many days ot sunshine where you now see only shadow. In the first place, allow me to ask you if you can make a loat of bread? 1 don't mean can vou make it after the yeast is all pre i x ... .i '. "lino lenre, and H no ; n, vnMrmu frrnnnd. iva, ' tmr-rmii IWtor Itlrltvin n.. t Aiiiri, mike thorn so. ana ... j-, ; onnimP!. T?n nn, ' 'n , , M dihor A (in a er irienu- . ; . , , , ' , ' v . , 'Ii tl(.;,.rt inj h'"ul " 'fcu, uuiuujyu, inu iuii()wi!'', uiouiru a lime ,nr.r) it he will not go i . , P . ' I,keuU,,aS youdo not wau , - op lheif , ; .Xidv A uX Sr v Strl sffti'k: uiiiM" HO in ciuiisi . , . " 4 T. i . , ..need nrt nsk' vnn :ilntifr caL'f n.m. Lrrv V. dvou miv think, Imt rfau'i ; " t - J 'V vVi W 7? ,V . "Tier rrrju. i , , .. . . . . , , j through usin3 it, and as clean , . 7 ,:,:r,r I Times , who has been doin al and .ouml a "when you got it. l.lle ""f end uf . he, . w ;d -7 . 1 , steak overdone, and fowls under- ' . . It you borrow grain, Hour, or , t .' ... , hurone in procuring the rconi- eroeerief, return, good, and ne, a few time, you l)eti,,ti of the Ho Confederacy, parcu, out tau uu uu u entirely- - r ... and alone? ft you cannot, I;)' PP on the Pandise, or entreat you to learn; for most J ... - i of vou expect to marry sometime 1 and 1 tell vou. in the strictest i -ntidence, that though ycur hu. Tid may look upon you as an angel, the first loaf of noor bread vou fet before him will dispel the illusion. He will discover that you haven't wins. It will save yon much mortitication, and per haps some tears, if you Icarn un der the superintendence of your mother; but if you will not Icarn, I hall hold myself Mameles:,; for Iive you fair warning. , j Uow manv oi you can niaKe a ; ) MIC HI 1IMI UIIV.XU) " t lie:': Vinaii uro UIC UCJIUUIC . . . ,t.f wnrfok1. ... ... .. J ... . .1 ' w5fi, s;u , to visited at some o i I III lli - - - your liomw, and, riinoui an) oe- l f fir, I have seen you in the parlor . d vninfv ehdevorinr to entertain ' nf til' . . . ! vilitors - of threo-s-ore years, j 1 I .1 I . I i iearneu souetumg anoui mem;erii rule, summer and ?ututna from your cock books, and sue-; fruits should be raised on the ceuded tolenbly well, without dwarf stock, and the orchard de much experience. ! pended on lor the general winter I should like very much to .supply, know it you can cook meats and j m ,t m MiÄM.l to! yourself. . How many of you take the en tire care of your rooms and ward robe? Iriu't your eyesight as good as your mother's that you brini? her the torn dress to he ".'fndcd. w,,h '.c da?tic!t of tie studies. U lut in ttie name n cnnimnn cdiun hmf1erX VOtir doing thee thing for yourself? It would be a thousand times better for your health than thi fashionable idleness. There is no uso of your dreaming away your lives in waiting for some great thing to do. I)o the duty that lies nearest you. It is of no use to spend the day in glorious plans for the future. A log hut over one'd head is a far better protection from the cold than the lordliest of the.e castles in spain. There is only one queen bee in a hive, and the chances are that you are not that one; o you must take your choice between a drone and working bee. I tell you girls, "The world has ncoil uf wealth ami art, Hut far more m-ivl of patient hcirt. The world has need of glorious pl.ui:. Hut fur more nttd of trorkiay Land." And now I want to know what you re.nl. If vmir tables are loaded with novels and Iedi;cr,! ther isn't much hone lor von. I . i urh rpaums uesiroys me iwei tor that which is solid and sub-1 tantial. on might as well ex - pect to preserve your body heal- thy and strong, by dinm- wholly j on sweetmeats, as to expeci a well balanced mind, when all tbe aliment it funished is of the milk-and-water order. It mav be very pleasant tor you to talkj with Ciiahlks Arursrus about! the la t novel, where the heroine i l .n. i I I t. .1 i o lovely and the hero, ''such was so a h(70.J Hilt SUCll talk isn t Ctir- rnnt imiw;' pti Li' mrmlf T f ! . , C.iAULKs Artjusi is wan pesed , Ol the qualities ot true manhood, ! ho would tliscern that "these are 4, .i . ii, the times that Uv men s souh." ! He would shave that elibontlv curled mou-tai.be, and some of these line morning?, come to say !'ood-bv" ere he was"olfto tbe wars." Life is real, r.nd novel reading is a poor preper ttion (or its realities. There are some books that it is worth whiie to have lived to read. They si lence doubts, quiet fears, and strengthen the spirit. If you are a continued novel reader you will meet with the Hill of Ditliculty ere you can relish these books. Ah, well, you are getting weary, so I will close without saying all I intended. With Mr. Mookf's permission we will re sume the talk another time. Ei.siB Craic;. in DWAltr ATPLKS, To any ot our readers who may be discouraged with dwarf pears, we would recommend a trial of dwarf apples. They are Inroduced bv rattimr the ordina- "oui;111 "OCK- iUm c' 1' 4" ailvant.io-e or two! nnf flfies not 4l4am l ycui rimcnt, as with pears, to lind out what kinds will succeed as dwarfs, what need double-working, ect. Take any sort desired, and, it properly grafted, it will succeed, and be fruitful much earlier than the common apple tree. Those grafted on the Doucin stock will usually fruit the fourth year, and those on the paradise "the third I I caw V IU ilUCUU IU lllCSU lln' vvar. Fire-blight, sap-blight, and hard winters seldom trouble me awari apple. ,uri.4Pi b - iÄ..J nd to .f-.n l -m -in tJJt nirt - a a - -v - r mm v- I KM ' ' . . , ana ot r.vire there can be very This will enable a fai raise cuitu a nrettv a.ss . unily to ortinent of desert apples. Of those which naturally lorm roundish, symmet ChaHesMaby, the New York curre.nonuciu oi me ionuon bv misrepresentation and false hood, was in Washington a few days ago, says the New York Tribune correspondent, and din ed with Vallandingham and a number of kindred spirits. He is a (it associate of Vallanding ham. A New York paper says that it is stated that as soon as Con gress shall pass the act authori zing the issue ol letters of muaque three swift-sailing steamer will leave that port alter the Florida and Alabama. The Western Virginia Con vention adjourned on Friday. The Wheeling Intelligencer say all Its proceedings were very harmonious, and that no feature of its deliberations was more ylriking than the marked change of feeling in favor of compensated emancipation. Uishop Clark, ol Rhode Island, in a lejture at New lied ford, on Tuesday night, said that General BuniMde- reuiarked to him, on Monday, that he considered the army of the Potomac in a better and more hopeful condition than when under his charge.'' mm i...r..... i c ai on i: i.u cauu"umic connected will, tin- Union Cul) amj Uncle Sam's Daughters of Palmvra triidered to UeVral 4Mceal;iM vjew o- ,js departure rom ai,nvra a complimentary UUuuvv last week. It came oil' duly, and we learn was a giand ail'iir. Exchange. DKSKRTED, "fROM CAMP I.AMSon, Munfords- L ville, JCy., on thenllitof tac IUth ,!j pvijrua, v, lhd.i, dvnij:l kosm, a private of Co. C, ."rli Ca ah v, Ullth Regi nient 1 u liana Vohmt er., alxnit t." years ot iie, . left 0 un ites in lunt, liiilit nMIipioxion, hUl0 rvi.St (1,,k ßn. l.ted at Union City August I I, 1MW, by l5,;ir,t'r- , , . , ... 1 ne uual reward will be paid for the , ...i,,,,,,:.,,, .....i .t..iu-..rv t i -. v i V V 111 T V .7 1 iv in' an olhcer at the iaot convenient pot. H. FAR LEV, Captain Co. C, wth l:vl. Cavalry SPRING ARRANGEMENT POR 1863, THE UNION CITY PRICES. Apnlc Trees, 1st choice No 1 , from f to 8 ft high . . . . 10 cents From f to f ft hig-h H Cherries from to 30 Pear, dwarfs 'J5 Pears, rtamlard 'C Peach es , ra It cd 1 Peaches, .-cKilius, ." It hizh... . Flums troiu M to '3b c:ii.rrs: (;kim;sü :uaim:sü! Twenty-live vanities. From tlie lO-ccnt Isabel l.i tu the CM-cent PrUware. KVr.KliREKNS. Twelve varieties, from 10 to 23 cts each. Apricots, dwarf Aj file trees cents Quince -J Raspberries .... (loostberries Houghton' Seed ling, Wh'te French r L.iwton IUackbcrrus per doz ...f''l I will deliver trees in Fnion City on Sitr.rday üf each week to till orders and supply all who call on tue with auy thing iu my line. AlforJcrs addressed to C. D. LF.AVEI.L. Cnion City, Randolph Co., lud., will be promptly Attended to. Nursery 4 miles south of Cnion City, 1 mile west of State line. JtTCutomers cartd for free. Ftb.MT, ltt-3. W mm NURSERY C 0 QnVOQvi TM n Q"h rsn t ! u V v vxv tviiU jljlh K-ijj. u jJ ; 1" West Public Sqi'ake, optoitk tiik Po.t Okfu-e, Winchester; .At this establishment may alw.iv be IuiükI a laigc stoik ol COOKING, HEATING AND PARLOR STOVES OK Till'. MOT AP1MHHT.D P ATT FIR NS. AIml a ir.-tu r;i I t t.i. j. t ni 1 I N COITI'lt, KKASS und SIIKKT-IKON WAKK, STO ! V N l' V '.. JIU. LOW WARK.ttc. lVrs.jn.- wishing any est to OAllbefore !urch:iiiii: elsewhere. exchütijre for warts at the hiirhest market ?PT Tin and Sheet-Iron arc, Stontiii.i;, for marking Boxes, Barrels, Saeks, Clotliing, Jan. 1,1 HG3. TIIK East of the V.;v rublicSq're, Winchest'r,'?! n d i an a, A. H. HARRIS, : : Prop'r. NOW IS THE TIME TO .skcuki: B.iR G.1I.VS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HOOTS Al SHOES, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Outcry, etc., at Tin: bek hivk store. at tiii: i to the ptilicrili to the capital clock of BEK IllVK STORE1'-''1 rrv,:'h.f-.'-VrM'r.1. Mav lr found eiimplete and wells.leet- te.l t,,rW r Staidc and FaneV D Ii l COOnS, which can not he excelled hoth as to ...ulitv and i.-iee-, and to which the proprieter is constantly adding NEW SUPPLIES. AT TEE BEE HIVE STORE May also 1c found F RES 1 1 GROCER IES, nt the h"t ua!ity 'm t!; iuukt, celling at as low price as any other house in the p'ace. AT THE BEE HIVE STORE You can lind a lnrge stock ol iH EEN'S-WARE,!-ellini: at prices that no '.hisoii will grumble" it. Till'. BEE HIVE 'STORE Is the place for Farmers, Mechanics and others to buy 1 1 A R 1 W A RE, CP TL ER Y , etc. Sellins cheap for c ah. AT THE BEE HIVK stoui: The Highest Market Pi ice, IN (;0()DS, will be paid tr COUNTRY PRODUCE. 1 hope to receive a liberal share of pub lic patronage, and respectfully invites all persons to call and examine my stock be fore burchasin elsewhere. STORE under the Journal Ofhcc nnd 1 door south of II. P. Ki.er's Drugstore. A. II. HARRIS. May lfi, lrT-. ly ii d i a na II Vi olesa Ic BOOK & PAPER HOUSE! BO WEN, STEWART &Co., No. IS Went Wmhinstoti-.!, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, DEALERS IN trwi ti r r LETTER c& CAP PAPERS, Wrapping Papor, Co mm ere ial Note, Rönnet Boards, w in r, Wall Paper, Rtank Rooks, dums, Lead Pencils, Steel Pens, dow Pape Memorandum Ptn-llolders, ARNOLD'S & BUTLER'S INKS, &C- Cincinnati nnd Chicago plicated. Hills Du- 50,000 lbs. Bags Wanted. For CASH, or in excbirs for COODS. jan"il H 1 -- in CA CCUS tliint: in my line, will tin! it to their intrr- Old Mct.ils and t oiiiiiry froJncv t.ikn in voices. A "c, nude to order. Airo, Stnicil l'late- Books, kc, ent on idiort i.otice 3IfAIA.IS, 1'nOf RIETCR. WILLAED & STOWELL Ks no. i hati:s IIOI'SI INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, DK LEI! S IN MUSIC AND 3Iusirdl Iiislniiiieiits. Ki:i:r CONSTANTLY OX HANI) ;in extensive assortment of PINO FOKTES, and Mclodoons. N". B. ri.mo Fortes tuned and repair ed . Old Piano I'ortes taken in exchange for new one. Piano Körles to rent. A large a.nrt mrnt of (Juitars, Violins, Flutes, Ciiitinis, Accord eons. Drums. Uli, ÄC. (Juitar nnd Violin Strings, of the let quality. Also, Instruction Hooks of all kinds. npr 1'J ly . t RAIL K0A1) NOTICE! Pursuant to a reohuion of the Hoard of Directors of the Lake Eric Si Pacilio i Railway Cmnrianv notice is. hereby civen . . .1 ... r""" " " T".1 :" " fonijui ni im- ;noge . , ". in y, in.iun.-i, a l'r-t '"-''11,i!l"r .V1 .'f" l' I,cr ctnt- w the stock iuhs'TÜ'cd liv Jiim. L U. RAWSON, Pre.Vt R . Jf NN I NO. 4'r. Junv Hi, IMJ5 td & X I i SHAVING LÖöN!Tlio Magio Time Ohsmor, BUCKNER c OUTLAND.I ! BAKBE US RAIßDliESSEKS shop on !ai. stki:i:t, Immrdmtthi nur Varhr S'nc Store. ' AVV nave. cut an-l C'.caii-e nte nair, n no ate elotlnii et .it . in tlie latent 'tnd niot a-'i ro ed tyle,.uid on the i: i I -1 it. i oii il.le 1 1 i in. THOMAS WARD. f! J 7& A V. T HIS Of.h ST A NI. .YrA u the imrt 11 mr, I, is on h ind und for .lie i J EN ER AI, Assortment of Hardware! SRON.S'. e!, Ca.i.enttr's Tools, . etc., ut WmiiPs Il.uilu tirr storr. DoiRI.E 0:n :. md Single Shot and Rillv nd Revnl 'el - ;it ;il U itdw .tro More. P i i OWDER, I.e. I and V Powder Fi.i-ks arid Shot R iu at Wnrd- ll.'irdumo Sjort. G1! INiSTO.i:S and ILmL-ii.-. I.o- tains and Steel at Is ut aril's lliiidujirc More. O ASH, (ilas .md Putty at k5 Annl. I laid ware Store. B UTT and Strap Hm-cs at Ward's llnrduart Store. Vc.e: Fin NERAE assortment of Shoe Findings at Ward. Ilarduarr Stoic. B RASS Clocks and Kettles at Ward's Hardware Store. Vnenera llaidwar CJENERAE assortment of S.iddlirv U aid's Ilardtvarf Stoic. flARI.E a:,d Pocket CutUn, Te i and JL Table Spoons, IJ.i.tin Son at Ward's Ilan'w .tie More. 17 NAM EI. ED and Sm-ar Kettle-, Skil 2J lets an I Eid-, odd I.i d. Stove Ski! lets, Tea-Kettie.-, S'.ove Pets and Do? Irons at Ward's Ilarduaie Store. OCl:i:VS, I.oks I..tcl es and Bolt, Mi'l, Cro--eut and i.'jrrenter Siw-, Sliuvels and Sp.iJis, and Cotliu Tiin: initios at ii ) AVard's Hardware Storr. DR. N. SIMMONS, Druggist and Bookseller, ü SWS CITY. iMUANA.on'iii- ue- to kee;,. at I.OV PRICES, ! COM FEET E STOCK OF DKFCS, FAMILY AND IIOMIO 1 IVVTIIK' .Mi:iIC INi:st !rAINTS.t)ILSANinY!:.sTi rrs, TIM SIN ANI SI P. POItTCItS, MlOCLDLK-nilACHS SCHOOL HOOK'S, I AND STATIONLTIY, LTC, ITTC. i - : 1 6 FB P W fl CffHEll L I f . H 0JH ' m 4' ""' " i in tiii: m:v stoki: koom .l'o. s. Helm's i:iocL E.t Fri.wt f l'lihlir i'ure, t tnui ciiiat 1 v i Fit.-: of the C'onrt-Hon!-, j WINCHESTER, - - .INDIANA,! J. ir t( ttie citifi. of U'ln li.lj.'t Jcountv, tl,At lit? b, jnl rtsl at tlie awovt'-Miue.i .New tatJ No. large ami complctc Stock of DRY GOODS! .M Sl-K'k v;isft!l l iiit ila.-t witii cth. .Hill Willi .-t.i .tl I fit I flit I' In lit." ii:- "t t . m t. I i.l! ri.ti. .ivir to ki f ' ,th.i un haii.l . lull itMM'i'Umi.l of Ladies' & Gentlemen's Wear In II the rarled styles to suit the season. Also, a large and select assortment of Hals, Caps, Hoots it Shoes, GLASS AND QUEEN'S-WARE, All of which I can ?ell as cheap a can be bought in the county or, perhaps, anywhere cl.e. Call and see before put chilling elsewhere. ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE At the highest market price, t;ik change for (oods. n in ex- JNO. D. CARTER. dec'2d Tho Compound Syrup of HOPS AND BONESET iN the cheapest and Lost medicine. It is good for old, for Soariic! of Itreat, for 1 1 oarn .. for hoopins (onv;h. It is alo a sure remedy for Croii p. and Chronic Coouh, Avtltma, and all diseaes of the Throat and 1 I.uni;. (live tlii- medicine a trial. I-or sale ly II. P. Kl.er, VichKtvr, Ind. S ly. BOOT and SEE Oil :-A.isrTjr2 Christ Kayser. (ico. Keller, PROPRIETORS. We keep constantly on hand ready made Hoots ami Shoes. We lire :ilio nre- I - ----- , I ; Kxr , tuanul.ict ure these articles to or derina neat, suhtantial manner. Trv us. Wi' will ;ilso pay the highest cah prices for hides green or dry. THE PERFECTION OF MECHANISM! "pi:iN(; a llniitiii? Jind Open face, JJ or I.Oi! vs nr f lent lfman :iti-) - - - - - - - - - - Combined, with i'alcnt Sell-uind- ' i III. IIIJ'l'Fl Uli III. Tlie New York lllnttrnlfd AVr, the .leading pi'Moiiil paper of the Cnited x ltt ... ,f j,,,. on page 17, voluntarily ysi : " nave been .-liowii . mot p.eal:lg no lt.e,r whith the 1 1 1' u h f linos., of t!iieii, nre the sole iomoi ( i s. It is c i'.li d the M a;h- TiMf. I u-KavKii, iiiel is a limit im: an ! oiieii-faev wa'cli ciUibi ut tl . Tins is one of the prettiest, Inot convi nicnt, :u,d tleeitledly the bet and c!it.ipi t time; ieee lo- general at d te!i i- : Jii u-e, c i him red. it Ii w ithin it and 'connected with its in ichiiury, its own; : wind in-; altai-htuent, ri miei in a key en- tirelv untiK C-arv. The aes of t'ii I Watch arc composed of two inetals, the i outer one bein line H eart pold. It has the im:ro ru'v :ict ior l-v er niove tneiit, atid is warranted an rcar.'tc time- pieie Price, siiperbly enravetl, per cim- of a h:i!l doen, Sample Watehe, in neat morocco boxes, for tin propo-oii;: tO bill at w liole- lie, !X", H'lit 1V eil-ie-. with bill piab!';on de!try. Soldiers tnuot rrmit i.ivinetit iu advance, as we eat;iiot collect from thoo in the anev. .tddre-s Hl'IillARD RR S. .V, i:J.t .'!: Sot.r I wpok'i i ks, SoulK Cor. .Yafl V Jthn-le, AT York. ,iTTi:.VTf:.Yf THE CHEAPEST JEWELRY HOI SE IN Tili: WOHLD!! 1..HH PircF. Assorted Ji.wrt.Rr for $.'(, 4. COMPLETK List of F.ue Uold. J. Plated and Oreidu Jewelry, tint free. Address J. A. SALISBURY, A;t-T, janUiltC Providtnee, R. I. ST D H. SIEC, 3IEUCIIANT TAILOR, 'vara v m Bclms's Block, Winchester Ind. ! Keeps constantly on hand a frenUiupply of j j ; CLOTHS, f ASSIUERES, YESTI.GS, 1 J V.luOlJlLlluiJ) llnllbUK')! And all other articlesappr ertainin- to the J v. ... v . . , , , C I , , above busincas all of which I will ael vi;uY c 11 lap rent cash CUTTING AND MAKING dor to orJr. All work warranted to give iati. faction and -ot up in the . 11 A 1, A ?S 1 J MiAUi ... t . . , . (jivr4nje !cll I doa t Intend to Le CNPLKSOLD. I7 1862 II. A.' FLETCHER & CO.'; TRADE PALACE ami 2 Wvst AVashiii-ton Sty ! w Indianapolis India tut ),l,:ss s i:ieiunt sdic, All m'H!fV of i lMtl.NTS. .Ml sMNs - r, i'ii i: ks. sTimi:s. iMm.Ls, r.si:!i:ui:s. SATJ.M.Tü, , C'IPATl.MiS C OTTONAl)!. mi.-! i:ky. c.'i.ov i:s, m sii:ni.Hs. ii am)m i:( im:i s. TIIRÜADS. l inv ' I;v;i.vus parasols .MANTILLAS, in silk, cloth a.ni in ui f:i:s, SHAWLS IN FILL LINK CARPETS. All kintN find grade, Oil Cloths, )nniMk, Hollands, Lneo Curtainv, mill Nhnde Fixtures WALL PAPER. The Largest anil Chenpet Slock in the est. New and rlccaat st e at prices cheaper thna rverold in the city. '"(iie ns a call, whru fon conn to the Capitnl, and we n ill sell )oi oods nt price- to suit thr limrx. 1!. A. r MITCH KR JL CO. n2' FURNITURE. Lr:NKi:iisi)oitci:it k. müh t mi Trim r wi:sp, . r2 Vv' f FURNITURE II CHAIRS. 3E l'ir"ii. wUhinr to j urrh HOOD A NO SUBSTANTIAL FUKMTr'itK, ill i-lrB.eriv rkU.At r i n t t h:it yon w i lll-- lultr J, nd thtjl ran not bflier j ourl - ANYWHERE ELS EX Wt krri, rotirtar 11) on litiol t (M4 ttrt .1IC lit ot PCR E CS, CCIT.OARpS, A F F. S , T A REES, BEDSTEADS, L O V N G E S Milt. CHAIRS. ST. TDS. . OF AS. CENTER A N l) I) I NT NT. TAIII.KS r.tr.. i:t i:rr. . m r"rt ri.MP T r Ami rxamiiiC o'ir Sturk I .f,ir- piirrl.k in lr her U'iiirl.p.ter, In.!., .V) ft si. 4-l DENTISTRY. :l)r. J. W. Wilnion; Tf F I.I) inform the citizens of Win f f ehester ml vicinitr thut he ii prepared touttet.d to all kinds of 0eta- t'ooii on tlie Teeth, such as Clenninir . Filling and Extraeliii. Abo, insirtiu tlain, single pum and Idoek tteth in any n umber Ir.un one to ut entire sit. All wot k w air inttd, and l-in' a carv r of nr tiiici.il teith, would call atWnticn to the udvaut.t-e he ha in tnatthinp. with the greatest nicety, the uatürMl tf t tti. s t prices lie obligate-hinieif to dowurk II low any 'mej Dentist in the State. Ofiee in the nid W OJf.ce room. March.l. 1H. vl ' FRUIT AMD ORNAMENTAL TREES AT THE DEPOT NURSERY, Winchester, Indiana, IZeduced I rices! ,pr!es, elected Tariet'es... 12.c eaelt fltTrerlUl Pinch, prafted, WkCU 's. . ' i.iierrv i ri es to 41 " J Var Frees Dwarf 3c Standard 40 l')u:n 40 m Coosebcrrie Houjrhtan Seedlinc. 7;, C4Dta dotfQ Currant Re 1 and White Dutch, "'--m iwu piann. tlraoes UabelU arxl Catat 1 "h Fiocr rarietits,, SOc to $1 each i:vKiu;iiL:r;NS. White Piue C to ö fett $1 2 Fir " Ceilar ' ' to 75 Scotch Pine to3 feet.... . . orwir .-pruce " 1 A variety of fc'hrut and t limbers a I low C-urei. Order solicited kod will tt promptly attended to. stom: 1. WRir;iiTv jan30-30 lYimittter, lni. 1862.