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TI2X BUNKER ON TilAPS. 8HEEP d'yc cail!ncc general! v, ind unless met hiL. uv?, Jotham Spar-ibr untimely frost, or lome other rowgrass, &a ho hailed ScthTirirzs ia the street, this morning Seth had a gun over his shoulder, and heJdia his hand what might have been mUtakea for game, at a short distance. Oa closer examination, the object revealed a pair of short Ars, a prominent nose, a long deaa pair of jaws, well armed with harp, bloody teeth. It was what is left of a dog after his tail has j teen cut oa Just behind his er.rs. That Is whtt I call a sheep trap," said Seth, &3 he flung the head upon the grass, pulled hisinj . match out of the other, ana JÄ plied Seth. Yc see I caught bim la the act, this morning airly. He was gnawing away at a sheep he had run down, and that U sheep's blood you see on his teeth now. I pat that bullet between his eyes, and he hadn't time to clean his teeth before he emigrated to t'other country. That trap has caught three sheep of mine this Spring, besides lots of my neighbors, to eay nothing of the lambs, and I was so afraid the trap might bo net again that I jest cut his head off after I shot him, to make sure work of it. That critter has destroyed a hundred dollars' worth of property this Spring, I haven't a doubt Sheep have been found dead, and badly maimed, and he has been seen chasing them. When complaint has been made to Jake, he could not believe he was guilty of even chasing heep. He did not allow him in such tricks. His dog was as in nocent as a lamb. Children could play with him, and he wouldn't even growl. To hear Jako talk, you would think the dog's mother must have been a sheep. Waal, now, ye see, that talk didn't go down with me. I can toll a sheep stealin do as soon as I hv mv eye on him. There is a kind of; fJT.O AITS ATTT1 RfTAWT.S guilty look about the critter, that U ll- Vi , , , i . ... .J fcoraethmf: new and beautiful, just re- says mutton, as plainly as it it:cvt!i Ät the stuck in his jaws. Jake has never ,r . - r . p,, been able to raise sheen. If he! aUAUla AlltL, tried, his lambs disappeared mysteriously when that dog was a puppy. He always hud it to other folks dogs. But" Rover was the guilty wretch that drunk lamb's blood. I have been watching him for about a week, and ye see this morning I got him jest where I wanted hira. There was a piece of mutton in his mouth when I tired. It will take a smarter man than J akc Frink to get away from that Tact." "I guc3 you'll catch it when Jake hears of it- He won't have to wait long,j for I'm coins: to take home Jake s; hhecp trap this morning. I wouldn't have you think that I'd nhoot a man's dog, and then not own it That would be too much like a sheep stealing dog. I cal culate to take the responsibility." This conversation of my neigh bors shows the way the current is netting in the dog question, and the progress the reform is making, under the new laws, and esecially under the high prices of wool and mutton. This last, I think, has more to do with dog killing, than all the laws that have been enacted. With wool at a dollar a pound or in that neighborhood, everybody that owns land wants a few sheep. Even Jake Frink rubs his eyes and wakes up to the fact that sheep raising will be a paying business. Sheep will live and do well on his poor pastures where his cows grow poor. He will bluster of course, when be learns that his dog is killed, but he will be resided and conclude that bis sheep as well as hia neighbors will be safer with that sheep trap out of the way. A large number of poor farmers, and rather poor citizens, who have the dog mania will invent in shc?p, and that will make tXcm. the natural enemies of doga. I have noticed that it makc3 a mighty deal of difference whether it is your sheep or your neighbors that are bitten or killed. Hesienation is a virtue easily practised, when a pack of dogs get into your neigh bor's flock and worry and slay. But when you go out some fine morning and find your fattest weather half eaten up, or your full blood Merinos made into mutton prematurely, it stirs the blood at onco against dogs. You owe the whole race a grudjie. You think of steel traps, bullets, and small stout cords in close proximity to docs' necks. You talk fiercely and threaten vengeance. Men in such a humor aro prepared to legislate rationally upon the dog question They see very clearly that one vile cur, not worth a cop per to any body, may easily destroy a hundred dollars' worth of their property in a single night. With sheep at two or three times the old prices we shall not only have good dog laws, but we shall have men that will execute the laws, and tht' dogs at the same time. The old argument on this question are just as good as any new ones that can le brought for ward, but men sec them a great deal better. A hheep is a creature of consequence, Jut alout three times bigger than It was two years ago. The dogs have grown small, and a multitude of them have grown out of sijjht entirely. American Agriculturist. X27Thc prospect for grain and fruit crops were never more flat tering in Lagrange county at this teason of th? yer than now. QTln Wab&ih county, when !Vi a. trrppvi nnA thriving innir- blight, will produce havy gold en sheares in abundance. iioice op Words. When choose the plaineit, the common cit,the moit idiomatic. Esctiew fine words as you would rouge ; love eimple one as you would native roiei on your cheeks. Let us um the plai nest and shortest words that will grammatically and gracefully expreii our mein- f II- hronesare Wien, and the memory of those who filled them is obliterated; and like an undving firr, that thought mity illuminate and quicken all future generations. jtiTA man ceases to be a "good fellow" the moment he refuses to do precisely what other people ! wish him to do. ELEGAeYT Spring Dress Goods! Juit received it the TRADE PALACE. QOand 28 WEST WASHINGTON-ST., INDIANAPOLIS. SILKS, CHECK POPLINS, FRENCH POPLINS, MOZAMtHQUES, K.WPUESS CLOTH, FOULARDS, New Style, FO IT LAUD I) ELAN ES, SPUING DELANLS, FltENCII CALLIO. IIUME, LORD & CO., Lntc II. A. Fletcher U Co. HUME, LORD & CO. CARPETS. The largest stock in the West, com prising every jrrade trora the beautiful Medallion to the common Hemp, boucht ninety days "go, and will be .-old At n mall advance on old prices. AMO Oil Cloths, Hues, .Mut, llufl Holland, fireen Holland, Cnrtnins, I)amnk Sh.Ndf, Kmhroidere! Krpp, Strnw Mnttinc, TOCO MllU ill?, AiC, &c. At the TRADE PALACE. Hume, Iorfl & Co. TAPER "HANGINGS, . 1 A V - f .11 I 1 . . a rj iuc oi ii r;iur, aeiecie? i with much L'trn fur Sririnc triilr : I .. .... t d ALSO WIN IlfMV SUA I) F.N, fHLT CORNICL, HANDS, CORDS U TASSELS, PICTURE TASSELS Together with a complete aesortroent of House Furnishing Goods: TRADE PALACE, 26 AITD 28 West Washington-tit., HUHE, LORD & GO. PROPRIETORS. ABBOTT'S HISTORY 07 THE GREAT REBELLION! Abbott is the noatnoted writer and essay itt of the dar, and his time. He shows that more than thirty rears ago tue rebel lion wasiuaugurated, which was then t$ a little cloud no larger than a man band, but which continued to crow and spread until, as a solid phalanx, its dark folds from horizon to zenith overshadow ing our whole country, and pours out its rial of wrath in lightnings and thunders. r ellow-citizcns, vou love your coun try, and have an interest in its history; you feel honored by the bravery and he roism of the fathers, busbinds and sons of Indiana, who so nobly rifked their Irres at their country's call. Indiana soldiers have honored the State and Na tion and hare therefore largely contribu ted material for Us history, of which Ab bott has given due prominece. He has midly portrmd those acts of patriotism and braverv which fill the highest page in hUtory, aud will stand engraven in the highest niche in fame's cloud tipped tem ple. Parents, If you wih to have your children intelligent and patriotic, get thnn Abbott's History ol the Rebellion it written in the ruon fascinating stvle. And what will afford the soldier more p'eaiure, when he returns, to visit his friends, bearing the scars of many a well fought battle, than to find with them a book with the hitory of the battles of PoneUon, Shiloh, Murfreeboro, Pea Ridge, Rich Mountain, Antietam, and a host of othM in which he performed such a hrroi' p1. We give a few of the name of the rury Statesman, choUr. and soldiers, who have patronized and j rrcrtmraerdfd Abbott' llitory of the I Rebellion. Jared Sparks, Kdward Kver- j ett.H. W.Longfellow. ra .tongue (ov emor R. I.; Richard Yates, (overnnr ..f Illinois, SchnyJrr Colfax, Lewis Wal lace, and O. P. Mortou, Governor of Indi ana j. c. r.wnoNs. Agent for Randolph Co. Appointment. NOTICE is hereby cien, that the uoderaijpied has thia day hn ap pointed Administrator of the Eittte of Simon Garringer, deceased, late of Ran dolrh cocntv, Ind. Said Estate is lolv. eol ISAAC OARRINCER. My 23, 1563. 47 ilKr STORE IN THE NEW ÖTORE ItOOÄ To. 8, HclnVn Block, I i nt Tmiii a Pi.kCütiAi.... : . j : . . . r , ' . ' WINCHESTER, - - INDIANA. THE UNDERSIGNED btzt lctre to ity to the citizen of Randolph coontj, that lie hat juit opened at the above-named New Stmd No. 8, A large and complete Stock of DRY GOODS! My Stock was all bought Et with cah, and witli special reference to the want of this market. I hall endeavor to keep alwayi on band a full assortment of Ladies' & Gentlemen's Wear In all the varied styles to mit the season. Also, a large and select assortment of Hats, Caps, Boots & Shoes, GLASS AND QUEEN'S-VARE. All of which I can ell as cheap as can be bought in tliw county or, perhaps anywnere eic. Call and ee before pur chasing elsewhere. ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE At the highest market price, taken in ax change for Good. JNO. D. CARTER. dec?6 25m 6 SADDLESi HARNESS AND LEATHER. SO, 4 A, W. IlItADIlUItY, Ma. kers and Da!rs in Saddles and Harness of all descriptions. Leather ot all kinds kept for sale. GT"North Front of PiiMio Square, im mediately north ol Court House. N. P. CASH PAID FOR HIDES. Dec. 26, 1862 TO THE UNEMPLOYED. I CAN GIVE STEADY EMPLOY meat to active voun men to solicit ordr forth LITTLE" CJIANT SEW. 1NG MACHINE, prire $15 Hemmer, O.iue, Screw-driver and extrn Needles. Will p:iy a liberal s;ilrv and expense;), or iillow Urge commissions. COUNTY KIUHTS Liven to A rent. An Aceut I wauti'tlltn every Countv. Forpurticulars, descriptive c.italogue, kc, addre, with stamp. T. S. PAGE, Gtu'l Apent l"r U. S., TuWdo, O. Ml O O T an (I sno ; MANUFACTORY. j Christ Knyscr, llvu. Kcllfr. PROrRIKTOIl. We keep eiit tiitly on hand ready made Roots und Slioe. V nr- ilo pre pnred to uiatiuf ict ure these rf it-It ?, to or der inn neat, substantial nianiM-r. Try u. W will also piiv the liilio-t prirts for hide gn-rn or i.'ry. ST D TU E REBELS' H. SIEC, MERCHANT TAILOR, I Helmes Bloch , Winchester Iiul. Kccp ooustantly on hand a freh upply of CLOTHS, CASSISIERES, VESTLVGS, And all oti er articietapppfrtainirig f o tl.e abort bufincsf all of which I will srl; 'EUY CHEAP roil CASH CUTTING AND MAKING done to order. All work warranted to give satis faction and got up in the LATEST STYE EH Give me a call I UNDERSOLD. don't intend to be fb Iv FKurr r f AN X OMAMENTAL TEEES. AT TUX DEPOT NURSERY, Winchester, Indiana, If Reduced I9 rices! Apples, selected varieties. , 12tc each $1U per UM Peach, grafted ltcts Cherrv Trees 25 to 41) Pear trees Dwarf 30c Standard 4n " plum " " " ' 40 Gooseberries Hough tn Seedliug, 75 ents per dozen Currants Red and White Dutch, White Grspe and Cherry, 10c each Pie-plant Linnun 12t.,'c eai-h, $Mpei 1U0 plant. Crapes Isabella and Catawba HV each Finer varieties, 50c to $1 each KVKHOUKKNS. White Fine 6 to lY.t, Fir M " $1 2: Cedar " ... 5'- to 75 Scotch J'inr to j r i, . . Norway Spruce " A variety of Shrubs and Climbrrsa low figures. OrJcrs solicited ntid illbc promptly attcuded to. stom: .v u it ic; i it, jan3il-30 'incht$ttr, Ind STEAM FLOURING MIL! riHE underaipned, wiltin cr quit the I Millinp t'Uineas, prop to ar hi IiouriUK Mill situated in N irictief ttr RanJolf h county, Ind. The Mill i it good runftieg order, with two rurj of Burr and arrange meats for the third, ind it located at one of the bct point ia the State for a Mill of the kind. Terra re .onable. J- G. ROBERTS. X. B A small Farm will be taken part pay if deircd by the purchafr. mrZS. 47 J. O. R. in Remember, that th Joukxal Office is the place to buy 11 your blank Deeds, Mortgages, A c. Physician, Surgeon aad Obstettri clan, JIOItniSTOWN, INDIANA. - 1 TTENDS promptly to all calls In Xjl the list of bis brofessioo. Char ges moderate. J2T Residenct and office on Main-St., South part of toc- tf SPRING ARRANGEMENT FOR 1803, -A.T THE UNION CITY 1YINEYARD NURSERY PRICKS. Apple Trees, It choice No I, from 6 to 8 ft high .10 centa From 5 to 6 It high 8 Cherries from 25 to 30 Pear?, dwarfs 25 Pear, standard 35 Peaches, grafted 12J Peaclieü, seedling, 3 ft hih... 5 Piumsfrum 30 to 35 Git A PES! GltAPKS!! GRAPES!!! Twenty-6e Tarictws. From the 10-cent Isabella to the C0-ccut Delaware. EVERGREENS. Twelre varieties, from 15 to 25c per foot. Apricots, dwarf Apple trees 25 cents Quinces 25 Raspberries 5 Gooseberries Houghtou's Seed ling, Wh'te French 5 Lawton BUckbcrries per do ...60 I will deliver trees in Union City on Saturday of each week to fill orders and supply all who call on me with any thing in my line. AU orders addressed to G. I). LEAVEI.L, Union City, Randolph Co., Ind., will be promptly attended to. Nursery 4 miles south of Union City, 1 mile west of State line. ffyCustomera cared for free. Feb. 27, lt63. 4w FUR NIT URE. LENKERSDOItFER & WESPV MnrpArTcac0 or FURNITURE & CHAIRS 1'tfrsons wishing to purchase GOOD AND SUBSTANTIAL I VI'l'VIT"!)!' I 1 ...M I ur tt HK X but you will bt satisfied, and tbalya I enn not ettvr yourselves ANYWHERE ELSE. k-.'p con-' ii'tly on hand a good aisort ! i:ukj; Ai's, j Cl'PUOAKDS, S A ! E S , T ABL K S . BED.STKADS. L O V N G !: S CRlr. CI1A1RX, .STANDS, SOFAS. CENTER a N y DINING TABLKS i;r.. in i:tc. COME ONE! COME ALL A nd t ami ii our Muck h fMrpurchsiiInglNeaSre. Wlnrlienter. Ind.. Ma) ! IHfil. vlcl'j-lv DENTISTRY Dr. J. W. Wilmon BE.YTMS T , OULD inform the citliens of Win- henter and vicinity that he is prepared to attend to all kinds of opera tions on the Teeth, such as Cleauing, j r innig ana extracting. Also, inserting plain, single gum and block teeth iu hut number from one to an entire set. All work warranted, and being a carver of ar tificial teeth, would call attention to the advantage he has in matching, with the greatest nicety, the natural teeth, as to firiccs he obligates himself to do work as ow as any good Dentist in the State. Oflice in tht old Post Oßce room. March 1.1662. yl Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA- fAe Relief o, the Sick and Distreeted. afflicted wie Virulent and Chronic Diteaeee, end eipht I cwtty vieeottf nj inc nezuai urjaut. Medical advice gireu gratis by the Act lug Surgeon. Valuable RK PORTS on SPERMATOR R(EA or SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES employed io the Dispensary, .ent in lealced letter co velones. free of chartre- Addre-a Dr. J.SKILLIN HOUGHTON. Howard Asüociatiou, No. 2 South Ninti Street. Philadelphia, Pa foet 17 ly State of Indiana, Randolph County: In the Randolph Circuit Court September Term, 1863. Samuel Armstrong) YN, f Complaint No. Thomas John, j rpMIE said Plaiutiff, by Brown & Monks X his Attorney, comes aud files his complaint, together with an affidavit that nid Defendant is not a resident of the State of Indiana Notice t therefore hereby given aid Defendant, that, unless he be and appear on the first day of the September Terra of the Randolph Circuit Court, to he holden at the Court-IIoue in Win chener on tbe -nd Monday of September IpW, and answer or demur to said com plaint, the same will be beard and deter mined in h'u abencc. Witnc. John B. Goodrich, and the f L-ij and the eal of aid Court, this tith dv of Mar. 163. mvl.-4:.' JOHN B. GOODRICH. 81,000 CASH l ND ome god Wetrn Landi, to trtdt for an improvtd Farm in this coun tr. ApnW to mrl-43" C A. AVERV. Mrs. N. A. Williamson, MANTUA MAKER. OFFERS II KK MI'-HVICRS TO the ladies of Winche?ttr and ticin ity. Having had several year ex perience In New Hampshire, she feels ronfident of giving aatiafaction. Residence in Fraiee prof trt. Suth of the Src m nary M j THE BEE HIVE STORE, .A jasioi toe Winchcifr, PabllcSre, - In dim a, A. H. HARRIS, Prop'r. N 0 7 IS THE TIME TO SLCURE nniiGA j.vä DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SUOES, Hato and Caps, Hardware, Cutery, etc, AT THE BEE HIVE STORE. AT THF. BEE HIVE STORE Ms.? be found complete nd well select ted" stock of Staple aud Fancy DRY GOODS, which can not be excelled both as to qntitv and rvice, and to which the proprieter U constantly addicg NEW SUrPMES. AT TUB BEE HIVE STORE Mar also be found FRESH GROCER IES, of the best quality in the market, selling at as low prices as any other house in the pace. AT THE BEE HIVE STORE You can find a large stock of QUEEN'S WARE, selling at price that no person will "grumble" at. THE BEE HIVE 'STORE Is the place for Farmers, Mechanics and other to buy HARDWARE, CUTLERY, etc. Selling cheap for caidt. AT THE BEE. HIVE STORE The Highest Market Pi Ice, IN GOODS, will be paid lor COUNTRY PRODUCE. I hope tf. receive u Ubt r tl jdiareof pub lic p:itrim:te, and rpe-lully invites all person to f.-ill ami i xamine my Mtock be fore biii'c!i:tin -Newlicre. STOR E under he Journal Office an ! I door south of II. i Kicr's Drugstore. A. H. HARRIS. Miv Hi. It GROCERIES ! AND . j IMlOVlSIO N S!!! ! AT THE OLD STAND, Corner Muin and Eranklin-stx, WHERE MAY I all times plenty UK FOUND Al of the "Til I NHS NEEDFUL," - SUCH AS LI GROCERIES. OF ALL KINDS, PROVISION'S C OJYEECTIOiYS. BAKED STUFF: Crackers by the Barrel, BREAD, PIES, Cakes by tho Hundred, ORDERS FOR WHICH WILL BE PROMPTLY PILLED AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, My Cracker Manufactory! -IS IN- 8ucccMsful Operation, And I can urpW dealers with the fresh article cheap a the cheapen and as good as toe nest. All kind of COUNTRY PRODUCE ta- ken at the highest rati. I sell eTtrjthitijlow for PAY Cssh or Trade. Now ia the time to pay- Plenty of money in the country solicit Thankful f-r ra.'t nutrouajre, I f I w a continnsnce of the fame. JOHN ROSS. WucHrsTta. Jn. 30, 1&G3. tf ADMlTilSTRATRIX' notice. I HAVE THIS DAY taken out Let ters of Administration upon the Es tate of Marvel S. Street, deceaeed, late of Randolph county, Ind. Tb Eatat is supposed to be Mv ent. m SARaII STREET. j,$l7 Adninitlt affix. FAM WILLAED & STOWELL, IT"-" : T NO. 4 DATES HOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, BE ALUS IN MUSIC AND Musical Instruments, KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND an eitetisire assortment of PIANO FORTES, and Molodoono. N. B. Piano Fortes tuned and repair ed. Old Piano Fortes taken in exchange for new ones. Piano Fortes to rent. j A Urce assortment of Guitars. Violins. , i Flutes, rluttnas, Accord eons, Drums, Fit'fSt ic. Guitar and Violin Strings, of the best quality. Also, Instruction Books of all kindi. apr 12 ly RAIL ROAD NOTICE! Pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Directors of the Lake Eric & Pacific Railway Company notice is hereby eiren to the subscribers to the capital stock of aid company, that each stockholder Is requested within thirty days of the publi cation of this notice, to pay Into the ntSce of the Treasurer of said company at Cam bridge City, Wayne County, Indiana, a first installment of ten (10) per cent, on the stock subscribed by him. L Q. KAWSON, Pres't R. Jix!ng9, Tms'r. June 16, leGS td SHAVING SAL00IT! BUOKNER & OUTLAItD, BARBERS & HAIRDRESSERS, SHOP ON MAIN STREET, Immediately o ver Carter's New Store. They are prepared to share, cut and cleanse the hair, renovate clothing, etc., in the latest and most approved style, and on the rnoit reasonable terms. THE MAGZO Familv tWirnr FOB ONLY TWELVE DOLLARS 1 Pl'MUS ia a need of every familv where X clothing is to be tewed or clothiae ttrj.u .l;- i . wuru. m inn macnine a woman can take fifty atitcbea to on by hand, and therefore fares time, and time is money with trome as well as wen. Tliia mi tbin is not o difficult to ue or o liable to get out of order as those high priced and complicated machines. It does all kinds of sewing equallr well, the finest mulin or coirst.t cloth. To be ap preciated, it need but to be seen; and we have no doubt all who purchase it will consider it the best investment they ever made with twelre dollars. We ofl'er the machine to the citizens of Randolph County, tlironph our traveling Apcnt. Any one w.uitinjr one of these machines, by addressing a line to Nelson Sawyer, Winchester, Ind., shall have one delivered nt Iiis residerce. JOHNSON RROTIIKRS & CO.. 11 Mtuufacturtrs. Truth Ntruticr thnu l iotion ! A STARTLING WORK. FEMALE LIFE AMONG the MORMONS, A NARRATIVE Of - )Iri"r Vrars IVnonnl Ktpcrirncr, R MARIA WARD, THE WIFK OF A MORMON KLDKR. That one-half th world can not Imagine how ia lher half live," i no leitru than trite; arrnthe lenon the adire afford, ourex perlen ainl observatioo dally tend lo vm fT. I hen, lao, wlifo mm cmlder tho rrr varying phaet of human panlan, and the dU?ortlaiitelemnti from which all norel and fanatical ttcu ara moul1d. It ran ararrcl eem turprlvlnr that a faithful record nfarlu. ai erenti tliuuld aifej.l in tlbrularltr the wiMt dreatu of romance; or tht irtnj. both stranre and annatoral. thoald be irn. truted In a far off country on the ouuklri of civilization, which rorI In another atate of olety would never Imafrln pillr. Know Ing at 1 do know, the Vitt and horror and aboinlnattona ofthe Mormon iyiteo,the dej radation It Imposes on female, and the con sequent vice wnieb extend through all the raiulflcatUmof the lodety, teoio of duly to to woria dm tnaacea me to prepare tne fol low! nc narratlT fr the public eye. Tb ro mantle Ificldentaeonnectod with ist eipr ence. many think borderlcf on the marvalaai lotaem l would ay.tbatthianarratireof my life only prove, what haato often been prov. ed before, that 4Tctm t fiTaaaata man ricTioa." Author' Preface. The book contain 449 pare, with enrrav. mir, i acauy oouna in ciota, ani win beaent to any addreai, poatpi 14, oa recelj-t of rrke, f I ..a. A CQMPAI30M TO FEMALE LIFE MALE Life Among the Mormons, Br AUSTIN N. WARD. ThU, like the above, fi a work of rreat and nnuauml Intereat, and wilt bo oarrly read at a companion volume to "rhMA'-fc mfk.h It It a urre lz no. troinme , neitiy round la cloth, tllaatrated with enrravlnrn, and will be aenttoany addreaa, poatpald, on receipt f rice, I l.oo or on receiptor fi.uO we win aead betk the abev werkt. petate prepaid. APPOINTMENT. HOTICE ia hereby given that the un denized bt been appointed Admin istratriz of the Eatatc of Geor?e Wash incton Ladd, deceased, late of Randolph county. Said Eitate it supposed to be lolrent. EMILY I. LADD, May 14, 16G3-45 Administratrix. NOTICE TO HEIRS Of Petition to Sell Ileal Estate. Stato of Indiana, Randolph County. fyrOTICK is hereby given that Endsle? 11 Jones, Administrator, with the Will nneaed.of tht Eitat of John Dimory, deceased, has filed his petition to sell the Real Latate or the decedent, to pay lega cies unatr int v tu or laid decedent; and that said petition will be heard at the next term ofthe Court of Common Plea of said county. Attest: JOHN B. GOODRICH, May 9, 16C3. 46 Citri. ESTRAY NOTICE. JOHN B. GOODRICH, Clerk ofthe Randolph Circait Court, do hereby T mm. certify that the followinz Katray Notice bis been filed in my oflke, to wit : One dark bay Mare, 15 bands high, a star in the forehead, and orae gear-marks, no other marka or branda perceivable; supposed to be fire Tears old this Spring; aroraised to eiehty dollars ; taken un by James C Constable and appraised by Wni Wiektrsham and J. F. Smttb. Witnass my hand and the aeal of aaid rt-f.l Court. Mat IPth. 163. JOHN B GOODRICH, Bt02 46 Clerk PROSPECTUS or TMS WINCHESTER JOURNAL. Xexc Series, Voi. 1. J. JS. U JJ I'JRZZ&Y, Editor and Proprietor WILL H 1VE THE ASSISTAN'CK cf the Rest WriUrs whott servi ces can be obtained and trill ct every endeavor to make the piper meet th wants of the whole County in uh an in fctitution. The LOCAL NEWS will be careful!? fathered ud and srriad before the rcidera. The GENERAL NEWS of the whole country will be epitomized for the cvlomns of the Jockmal and noth Inr of psrticulir interest connected with the world's progress will be entirely over looked, in the HEALTH DEPARTMENT will be found accurate accounts of the täte of the general health. Notices of all prevailing diseases and epidemics, with descriptions of their nature and course. the best way to prevent then and .'heir uoflt rational management when they mav have seised upon the sytem. ThU, 'though a new feature In a News paper, will be found one of the most valu able in thii. If read and heeded it will be worth the whole cost of the Jot tutu to the family and the Individual. "How to keep well" is the great que ition in thia retard. An ounce of prevention is worth a tun of cure. The interests of FARM, THE ORCHARD AND THE GARDEN will hare a watchful advecate in the Jouuul, and the transcendent subject of the EDUCATION of the rising generation will alwsys be treated aa of the firit importance. It may be said, in short, that the prep ent publisher of the JocaivaL baa taken hold of it with the view of making it as useful and valuable as possible to every one of its readers, hoping that it may not prove unprofitable to himself. Will not ever? one of the present readers lend a helping hand? Let every one who svro pathizes with the undertaking make hint or herself a voluntary agent to obtain subscribers for tJie paper, snd let tho who can. furnish items for its colnmns. In this way we can get on smoothly. THE TERMS are: For tingle sub scribers. $1.I0, Tliref Copies for $4.00, and Four Copies for $5.00. This is tha very lowest, when the money is paid , advance. JOUR.Y.lIs JOB OFFICE. pnirjTirjG OK ALL KINTS PROMPTLY AND UEATU EXECUTED AT THE Journal Office. BLANKS OF ALL KINDS on band or printed to order with drapatcb od precifion. Handbills, Posters, Circulars, Cards, Catalogues, Checks, M Heads, Notes, &c Every thins, in abort, ia Job Triotitiz done it tbe the line of 5IIOUTHST POSSIDLE NOTICE and in a manner Warranted to JFleatr. COME TO THE JOURNAL OFFICE -FOR Y0UR- Job Printing! You shall not go away complaining. J. E. BEVERLY $10 WARES PAID. $100. To sell goods for the Adams Stwi Machi.ic CoMMr. Wo will Rie f mission oa all goods sold by fur Ageats or pay war; t from $40 to J10Q p month, and pay all necessary expenses. Our macbln I. perfect ia It anechaairaa. A child can leara to operate by half ar hour instruction! It la equal to aa Family Sewinpr Mschine in ote, and w hare reduced tl.e price to Fifteen Dollars Each machicc U wareanted fur .1 vtart. Address C. RUGGLEfl, Vi Geo- A(t , Detroit, Mich.