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w WlN'CHKHTKlt: I r 14 4 r - - - Sept. i.Mh, mn.i, NCW3 Of thC WCCL I il'Lll IHM nuiRli, 1 lie lii'linilin is somewhat hvovr the Catanha in There wa severe fi-htin- on hrt1 aw of a venr9 beautiful -recti Rnturday and Sun Jay between the , c.olor wjKn ripc It rows in very rmics of RMceraru and Hn-. ? Ur luxilriant ,Unche.-;, an.l its fi.v The first Mcrain Sent North ,-nr couM not wi ll U imi,rf,vc.l UtedpOMtivcly thatwehadmet witli; We secured the promise of some a disntrotH reverse; subsequent Iis-j specimens of all those kinds not fa patches have greatly modified the, miiar to v. general run of our read irnpresion thin produce, hut the ors wliitli wc intend to h:ive on ex matter is still involved in ronsidera- hiMtion nt our County Fair and af Mc uncertainty. It cem certain tenvanls in our otllce. " however that our forces had to eon- i.i,eve strongly in the clfVcts tend with greatly supr-rior numbers. cf 8Uci, things as Horticultural Fair?, Los heavy on both id.-. 2o lits j an,i now venture to propound a qiies nf killed or wounded of regiments j t;on j.uUiclv that we have before from this part of the country. At Sl!lked in private: Could we not have latest advices, icosecrans maintains hi position, and the army is in ex cellent condition, all ready for a re newal of the filit. Reinforcements for our nrmj are arriving. There will probably ho another battle there soon, as the fiirlitin" thus f.vr has not been decisive. It U said the Army of the Io tomac is making an advance. There is nothing new at Charles ton. The stories about Gil more' resignation, and Dahlgren s removal, and Fcrragut'i appointment are de nied. The movement of the Army of thß Potomac commenced so as to pend lorward Bufonl's cavalry across the Hapidan. The crossing was effected without opposition. It is prophesied that Imt a feeble force of rebehs will be found be tween Meade and Richmond, nnd commanders who have resis-ted the accumulated evidence of heavy de tachments font from Lee's army touthvard, now pcem inclined to admit tho fact, since the news of the Chattanooga battles has begun to arrive. Ro?ccranf is nchtinz the whole Southern Confederacy. The Bureau of Exchange here, received a letter a day or two since, from Commissioner Quid at Rich inond, informing them that twelve thousand prisoners, parolled by flen. Grant, had been returned to the field, and in exchange refer red to the pame number of our pris oner! delivered. The whole statement in regard to delivering was a lie, not a man of ours Ind been returned for these rj,0ö0, who were then armed, and have doubtless participated in the late battles at Chattanooga. Mr. C. W. Field will return to America next week in the Chi na. The contract tor the manu facture and laying down next sum mer of a good submarine cable be tween Ireland and Newfoundland was signed on the öth. '- Editorial Correspondence. Riciimono, Sept. lsth, 18f.. The Fair held here this week by the Horticultural Society was a fair pucccss, considering the character of the season. The general impression teemed to be, that the display of vegetables and fruits was very res pectable. The exhibition of llower.s and potted plants and .shrubs, by the Messrs. Townsend of the Rose Hill nursery, was a very conspicuous fea ture of the whole affair. Other par ties, apparently more on private ac count, were present with very res pectable collections. With do disposition to appear in l Addict:, we can only speak of n few: things that struck our attention more particularly, and with whose owners we formed some acquaintance. In the way of apples, Mr. Lewis Jones, living somewhere midway be-' for themselves only, but for every tWfen Richmond and CVntcrvilleJ human bein on American soil. had a table of some twenty or morej When this time comes these place feet in length, covered with specimen' seekers will be the noisiest support lots of fome one hundred or wore1 ers of the new order of things, hop varieties. It was the finest show of h,, thus again to obtain the stitrragcs the kind it has ever fallen to our lot of the people. to see. Mr.Jonca is an cntliUNiastic' i . i 111 a t . . 4 , ,, Hi lhit no man should be trusted who I omolopst, proper, anl will cive his r , , . n , , , 4 .-I-.-,, . i nns Ilot a wlong been right. T hose attention, hid fellow-membcrs say, to' l,,, i i i ? ... , . iho leave the ranks of our secret nrkfl.irtr. rl .i Tl. ...-.,.1. .1 ...... ... . .... a8 jair, uiou-u noi very extensive c ,,. n niimiu :iiui)ies were OS r . . . . u. If there is not souicthum in the way T . . 4. 1 of "r()iU" which they can seize for But it was in the hue of grapes i w i i. , " 1 , themselves. e have men who have that otir attention was more particu- ' i r .1 i. . . . . . , x- 4 . armu .been for their country from the be. Urly arrested. Not to speak of the; .innin of tlic nt QOntc and common varieties, seyeral exhibitors ,vho have scrml hcr whh M b.d fine specimens of the Delaware, ocnl or con(lition;il dovotion. Lct Diana UeWcea, Concord and Clin-! the people trust only men who have ton. ihc three first are grapes of been triel near!;- equal character and value J Wc havc ,pokeu of thc so.c;ill(.a They possess almost every diarac- 1)cmooratic f (he terUtic of a desirable grape for this time. That party is dead. It is one country. Firt rate in quality, hardy , of the obi things which have passed nnd prolilio. thev bid fair to become 1 , 1 1 .... ,r. ,fta. It posesscs no principles; t!i grapes of the million, rhu ex- . imti,;M(r 4 .t , , 1 ,.7. Ai ... ,1 11 ,lolhin to announce; it has only hibition of these kinds was mostly' , . r at. fy 1 t i- 1 1 " 1 f dissatisfaction because T Mr. Conley of Uichmond, Mr.'u,- (1VA.ninM1, Hamilton of iw ,i,iUv. .-,.1 Jlr.i jr" 'M'tl.ng ,lwn U,c Str.tUn. lug known n, ono of .h,j llt to tllrn from tds wrch.nl. .of tho oHv. Hut shoM romomLcr thnt m,nv lh I.rt nnl tihihilo, . f,.iiN.,ion iave ,w, , towli;it ia;l o A not .t,. hero. On In, UN, r known ,ho I!,,,,,,,,;,,,,, ,,ar, specimens of the Mnck Ilaxnimri: und the Koval Muscadine. These clearly eclipsed very thinir eKc, ami Avcre the reat- t-it attraction of the I'air. The Ham run: U Mack, ns its name imports, ami literally h'U'c as to size, both of a Horticultural Society in Winches ter? .. pKocitiiss or Tin; stiei'ucm: There are many men in the coun try, especially among politicians, who j insist that our National ditllculties can all be adjusted without dragging in any troublesome quotions about right, and jutice, and doing to oth ers as we would have them do to us, Ac. They are determined to regard the great problem of the times as merely a political question. The lead era of the so-called Democratic par ty are anxious to obtain peace for the nation by bringing back the same state of things which produced the rebellion. They want a pretended peace which shall give the slave pow er time to recruit its wasted legions, replace its exhausted resources, and recover from the almost mortal blow it has already received. These men have fo long obeyed every behest of the power which is now in anna for the overthrow of our government, and the destruction o our national existence, that they stil tremble at the thought of resistance to its demand. They are willing slaves, and have learned to love their chains. They will resist every at tempt to deal with the obvious cause of our national troubles, just as long as the- have the slightest hope o success in their ctforts to deceive the people; but whenever they are com pelled to recognize the powerfu movement which is going on in our land, the great wave of popular pro gress, w hich like uthe ocean's might v swing" is carrying the people, tin whole people, up to heroic bights, we may be assured these men will fol low; they are not fitted to lead, tliej will go with the current, will echo the' popular voice; for these politi cians love place and power so well that no principles are too distasteful for them to profess. It should be remembered, however, that men of timid and servile minds, like these politicians of the so-called Democrat ic party, being from their nature and habits unable to appreciate true ele vation of principle, and looking at all things from their own level, can not be trusted even when they pro fess the most radical and liberal principles. They defile whatever they touch, and will pervert and pro fane the highest truths nnd the ho liest ideas by making them subser vient, if possible, to temporary ex pediency and a success obtained by policy. Wo are, as a nation, in process of development into a higher life; a re- sistlcss tendeney is working in the hearts of the masses ; ami it will not be lon; until the people in general will come to chooe freedom, to lo e freedom, and to decree freedom, not pnflaiw only when the thunder of ' v:nf,.,. , , , 4l j Metory begins to shake the air, are ;.i t x n i i influenced chiefly by a desire to see aWorÜie r.rt"tinic .. j. mere politician, timid conservatives, who distrust truth and are o much afraid of Oti too fast that they never move at nil, until every hodv else has on; into tin movement. There is hut little vitality in party nanics; nnd it will not do to rivc a man a place in our national councils because he belongs to any party, nor unle53 he is devoted to those princi ples of justice and freedom and truth which are the basis of all true national prosperity. The man who does not believe in universal freedom opposes the only method ly which the enemies of our country can he subdued, nnd ourna- ional life be perpetuated. co(i:kmn! tin: a(:ii:isition or i.N()U!,i;i)(;i:. There is an increasing interest, in he minds of some of the teachers of his county, in things pertaining to heir profession and to education in general. We see some encouraging indications around us, and are led to iope that perhaps the time draws near when something will bo done. Thus far we have merely been get- ing ready to begin. And we fear t that much even of this preparatory work remains vet to be done. There is one great lack among our teachers; they can never succeed un til this want is supplied. They need enthusiasm in the pursuit of knowl- edge, it is not enough that they study carefully the best methods of imparting instruction; they mu.st have knowledge before they can com municate it. Our teachers are influenced too much bv a low and unworthy habit which is universal among people in this: i;art of the country, that of es tirnatin; knowledge according to its money value. No man will become truly learned who desires knowledge chiefly because it will aid him in business, or in the acquisition of wealth. Knowledge is desirable for its own sake. It is a good thing, es sentially and absolutely; and is to be sought after because of its inher cut worth and beauty. No man who docs not seek it with this singleness of devotion ever obtains very much of it. Hut most of our teachers are in clined to value only such acquUi tions as are supposed to be directly available in their calling. There is a general timidity in regard to at tempting anything in advance of the popular demand. The absence of any generous and inspiring enthusiasm among teachers nourishes a corresponding indillci enee in the omuls. I here are very few of the young people of our conn ty who are seeking knowledge with earnest and persistent effort. W look around us in vain for manifest ations of that unconquerable thirst for knowledge which creates oppor tunities, which upholds the student in discouragement, toil and poverty. and ever gravitates resistlessly to wards its chosen object. There is no lack of time or oppor tunities for young men around us to acnuire knowledge. Many of them have abundant leisure. Men havt become eminent for scholarship whose circumstances were far less favorable than those which surround most young men of our acquaint ance. The time devoted to billiards would bo suMicient to acnuire fJer- man or French; and what is wasted in lounging at street-corners, and on store-boxes, would give one a res peetable acquaintance with English literature. It is the want of indus try, of a worthy aim, and of a high . . ... . and manly spirit, which prevents im provement among our young men. There are other aspects of this subject which we propose to consider in our paper for next w eek. DIED. SWAIN At Thonus War.l's S rt. 2Nt Frank W. fon of Alvah II. .Swain, n-ed C months II ibiv. IIKI.MSSipt. llth. J.aurHt.i K. daugh ter ot J;mes K. and Mary Hehns, aged I year and months. if Attention every boly ! Wer-len k Co., IJooksellers. Stationers k Wall Taper Dealers, at Indianapolis, are selling out their immense ftock of wall pipr at old prices JTbeyhave also a plendid assortment o gilt window fhacUs and paper curtains, wia dow fixture?, ä;c. Their stock of I'hoto graph albums. Thotographt, gold pens ic cannot be beat in thc State. Don't forget them, when you visit Indi anapolis. See advertisement. Special Notiee. A FRIEND IN NEED. TRY IT! Dr. SweetS Infallible Liniment 1 prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, toe great bone fet ter, ard has been used in his practice fur thc last twenty year with the most astonishing success. Aa an external remedy, it is with out a rival, and will alleviate pain more speedily than any other preparation. Fur all Rheumatic and Xerroua Disorders it is truly infallible, and as a curative for Sores, Wounds, Sprains, bruises, kc.t it soothing, healing and powerful strenpthcuing proper tics excite the just wonder and astoniah ment of all who hav ever given it a trial. Over one thousand certificates of remarka ble cures, performed by it within thc last two years, attest this fact Sec advertisement Four men made an attack on a negro in his house near Goshen, Claremont County, Ohioy oq Sat urday. The negro fired at them, killing two instantly, and wound- incr a third. o "Frille in.v be allowed to this or that degree, ele a man cannot keep up his dignity." In gluttony there must be eating, it is not the eating, however, that mut be blamed, but the excess in eatin,r. Jut so with . . pride. " l nn L'in;i:rr'v: JLVJLV. O J-rflvI J TVi: K T TIH i: I iVni 1 1 rr;.kctall,a!ll,crI.r,onalrioii.ty,couMrt- 1 1 I ii lJlil 1)1 Aj I Jlii IJL1J. 1 I : IHK Great Estsrnal Remedy. Fof JHicumtitisin, (imit, X ira!li'i Li(iJittjny St'ijY Xt ck and ,oUi.. mal Won nils, Sjintins, JrnisrSy. J'iles, lUi'lnrn aiul till Jnu- iiHttic uti'l Xenon D'tsurilvrs. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of ("onnecticut, The (ireat Natural Hone Setter. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, Is known all over thc Ihiitid States. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, Is the .Ii Iminieut." I the Author of Dr. Sweet' lufallible i Dr. Swrrl'i Infnlliltlc T.iniinritt Cures Ilheutnatism and never fails. Dr. Surd's Infallible Liniment I a certain Urincdy for Neuralgia. Dr. Surrt'' Infallible Täniinrnt Cures liurns and Scalds immediately. Dr. Svrrt Infallible I.iniinrnt Is the best knowu llcmcdy for Sprains and Druises. Dr. Svrct'. Infallible Liniment Cures Headache Immediately and was never known to fail. Dr. Swrct's Infallible? Liniment Affords iinnicliate relief for Tiles, and stl dorn fails to cure. Dr. Sweep Infallible Liniment Cures Toothache in one minute. Dr. NwreP Infallible- Liniinrnt Cures Cuts nid Wounds immediately, nnd Icavis no .c.ir. Dr. Su rrtN Infaliililr T.iniiuc ut Is the best remedy for Sores in the known world. Dr. SwrrlN Infallible Liniment Has been used by more than a million peo ple, und nil praise it. Dr. SvvrrPs Infallible Liniment Is truly a M'ri ud in need,"' and every fjinily sdiould have it nt b Mid. Dr. Nwrer Infallible Liniment Is for sale bv all I i uists. Price T jind i) cent'. . IIICHAIIDSON k CO.. Sole Proprietors, Nor wirb. Ct. for ra' !( at I tUnlrr. I t A WOU I) A WHIT AMERICAIMVATCHES. After a thorough trial of more than ten year, the tiin-pieees manufactured lv the American Watch Co., of Waltham, !Vlass have pained a firm hold upon the favor of the puldic, and now, no Ii s- than 7 ."," u I of them art ipeakiii for themselves in the pocktt of the people. Erom a very i usiri i. fi c;i 11 1 be innintr the business h:is increased until we are justified in stating that WE MAKE MOKE THAN NE HALE of all the watches sold iu the I'nited States. Uepeat ed enlargement of our factory buildings, an d the labor of .r HI operative."', still find u mi opia! to supply thc constantly increasing de mand. And wo may lure observe that not withstanding the hih price of labor and m itcrials, e actually eil our products at less prices than thoe current five years ao. We refer to these facts only for the pur pose of properly introducing another subject relative to our manufacture of watches. Hitherto our chief object has been to make tnnd wakhes for th million at the lowest possible price something to take the place of the make-believe watches called "An eres," "Li pines,'' "English Patent Levers," etc., annually thrown upon this market, in countless numbers, by European workshops, watches which are the refuse of tlieir fac tories, unsaleable at home and perfectly worthless cverywlitrc. This object wc have accomplished, nnd now we h ive to ar.i.ou:"-, licit we have com menced the manufacture of wauhes of the very lii','!'t mi'.e Known to Chro- unitietry, 'jneijoal'ed by nn thiu hitherto m ule by our?clvts and unsurpassed by any thing iu the world. Eor thi purpose we have the amplest facilities. We have erect ed an addition to our main buildings ex pressly for this branch of our bu-iness, and have filled it with the best workmen iu our service. Profiting by our long experience, w e have remodelled the form of our watches introducing such improvements as havebeen suirested and proved to be ood from time to time, and have instituted new nnd scrcre tests of isochronism, adjustment and com pensation. New machines and appliances hate been constructed, which perform their work with consummate delicacy and exact itude, and the choicest and most approved materials onlv arc used. Nothing iu fact is wanting either in mechanical principles, ma terial or workmanship to ensure perfection in th result. We continue to manufacture our other well knowu jualitica under the following Appleton, Traev k Co.," "P. S. Partiett." And the 4' Soldier' Watch,' "Win. Kllery.' The latter, thc lowest pneca waici e . 1 i tj ciiKjr.t tt rti itdtf tirne-fiirce. aaaavfaw .Sw.p f ' cased in sterling silver buntinc pattern, and j is not liable to get rut of order either inj marching riding or fighting. AM the ftbove described washes, including the frttt, J which is named "Ammic Watch Com-' TAr arc sold br watch dealers generally t t i i u . i n. pi ihi.i i i . rfii.iinr- i it a v. v v t t throuchout the r, ntrv. " - . KOHP.INS k AlTbbn), Agents for the American Watch Compa ny, IS? Jlroaduajr New Yoik. tcvow la IMDOLl'II COQTV SEHIXARV, JOHN COOI'i:il, rrincipnl, The next term of this Inititution, will commence on the finst Monday cf September, l!M'3. Tuition Ter Term of Ten Week. Primary Department.. fc.M Academic 14 from $3(.'0 tr J.'J.MO Incidental I'e per term X cli. Tuition, payable at the ruiJdle of the tf rm. Xo deduction for absence, except in runes of protracted fickutds. For circulars aJ dress J'ihn Cooper. THOMAS W. KIZEK, C. t. r.OODKICH, A. H. HARUMS. EDWARD KPCr.R, JAMES UliOWNK. Trustee'. ADMiNISTRATOR'S SALE. j mII at public miction, ou Saturday the ;irj j.v ,,r (, , tobtrni'U. ..t the rtViJence of Mm U. Johnson. Lite of li.uilol:li County in; of one mire, huy nn.i tianus cattn- h"j: t-li T, "litat, corn, meat, vi't, Iiuum- J hol. I ami kitclicn furniture, e., r. I A nc it of twelve ni'M'tlH wi'.lb" pi reu on all ütuuj ovir three dollar, p-.u-in tr giving his note with approved mnly waiving valuation and apprais-euu nt laws. jos F.rii c'Korsi:, L. :. JOHNSON, Sept. 12, 1H',.1. 11 A'tm'r. ADMINISTRATORS' SALE. XJOTICC is hereby given that I wil 1 1 hell ut public auction oa :it iiroa v t!i tenllidayof Octber A. D. Mil, ul the rei iU nee f Jacob II. S.ndcr, late of Kan dnlph, I'ounty deceased, all his persona M-oi'titv inot taken bv the widow ) couit id hordes, cattle, houeho!d goods wheat in thc bu-l;el, Vc. A credit of six months will be giv en on all sums over three dollars, thc pur- chaser v''.ving hi note with approved sur ety, waiving valuation aua uppraiscuiini laws. i;lizai?kth sandkks, .V JACOJl SAMU.KS, Sept. If t!i. lHi.'l 11 Adm"r. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of an eeution t' m direct ed from the Randolph Common l'lens Court, I will expose to sale at the Court House door iu Winchester, Randolph Coun ty, Indiana, on Saturday, the third day of ().'tolr IMm, bet'vren the hours nt I II o'cIock A. M. and I o'clock l M.of said day, the following real (state, situited in Randolph County, Indiana, to wit: In Lot numbered twentv one ('21) in the to n of S:utanbur''h. Lxecuted as the property of Chrixtian Snidow, at the isuit uf William .Macy, (iuardian kc A. II. JENKINS, Sh'lV, II. C. An-. 27th, IMi.'l. 1 11 A ppoiiitnicnl. "jVjOTICK is hereby iven tint theundrr X 1 signed has been appointed Adminis trator of the Est-ite of John 1I(IViii, !e. reaed. late of Kandoh-li Count v. Said Est ite is supjio.-cd t' be solvent. SAM 1 1 EL MC NE ES. Sept 1-', L-r.:). II Ad in' r. AIPOBTTIi:. T. ! TVT tlTICE is hrrtb Riven, that the mi ll deisined has heen nppointed Admin itr.itor of the st.de o illi im M um. Ir.. d ceased; late of Randolph County Indian a. Said estate is supposed in ! iuo', v ill . ' :iii:on siiaw. Se.'. Ifith, 1.-0.1. 11 A ltn'r. is:i. is:p. WEIvDKN c: CO., Dealt rs and Jobbers in HOOKS & STATIONERY, Photographs and IMIOTOCJKAPH AUJUMS; I-iirpr-! Stork of MEDICAL BOOKS- In thi State ; also, WALL AND WINDOW PAPER, (lilt Window Shades, CURTAIN GOODS & WINDOW FBXTVllKS. .VO. 5if, OPPOSITE GLENN'S BLOCK, I ndi;uiMp!i, I n din ii a. All otders promptly filled, Cash and Trade for Raus. 1 1 a:. cV ii. t. amiiow, Manufacturers of I'iioto-raphic Material-, Ol HItOAinVAV, A. V. CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. Our Catalogue now embraces consider bly over Four TiiouMind difVerent kuIi jects (to which additions ure continually heii!'' iindc) of Portraits of Liniiioit Americans, etc., viz: 72 Major-(i enc rals, VM) P.ris.-C.uitrals, 'JOU Colonels, w 1 Lieut.-Colonels, 2rl7 Other Oiricers, GO N aw Of.ccr?, .VJ." Statesmen, 127 I i vi ii es, 1 16 Authors, :'.U Artists, 112 Sta-c, lb" l'rtinNit Women II? I'uMiiiiient I'oreicn Portraits. 2,500 COI'IFS OF WOItKS oy AKT, Including reproductions of the most cele brated Fnpravinrs, Pa'mtii-s, Ftatues, &c' Catalogues fcnt on receipt of Stump. An order lor One Dozen PICTl'RES trom our Catalogue will be filled on receipt of SI. SO, and scut by mail free, NlOTOfiluTnii7 ALBUMS. Of these we ininufacture a prent varietv, ran ein;; in price from oO centa to .."() each". Our AI.P.UMS have the reputation of being superior in beauty ard durability to any outers, i lie smaller kiiicjs can be sent safe fely by mail at a pottage of eix ceuts per OZ. Thc more expensive can be aent by ex press. Wc also keep a large assortment of Sterescopes AND ' L J( hMU ' t I K . k m r i s i t i uf Our Catalogue of thrse will be sent to anv address on receipt of stamp. K.& II. T. ANTHONY, t m t Manufacturer of I holographic Materials, 50 nilOADWAY, NEW YOPK. .... . . . ..... 1 rien, s or relatives of prominent md.tiry confer a favor by sendin- us tnc.r J C0P.V-, willbe kept care- I a,1J rciumea uninjureu. 1'iiir Albuin .Mnlr to Order for Con gregations to present to their Pastor, or for other purposes with suitable Inscriptions kc. box TM.'I3 GI.I5A.T Vnicricau Tea Company, 51 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK; Since its organization, his created a ucw era iu the history of "Wholesaling Teas I.N THIS (OPMItY. They have introduced their selection of TEAS, And are stllin them at not ort r Two Cents (.02 Ccnt3) pr pound lu)'c r",A ix i er tleriathni from tht OXK PRICK ASKi:i. Another prmllarity of tlie Comp.iny is. lint tlitir I m Tart.k not only devtte lis time to ibe felectiuti of their TKAS ns to iiialitv, value, and particular styles for par ticular localities of countrr, but he he lj$ the 'IV hiiyrr tn chootr out uf thrir enormous stock rurh 'Vf.a an are left adapted to hi lnticuttir trantu, nnd not only this, but pvint out to him the ist haryaini. ft ray to see the incalculable adrvnt a;e a Tt: lU vtR has in this establishment on r all other t. If he U no judjc of Tru, or the .Mnrkrt. if In tune is valuable, he has all the bene fit of a well organized system of dointr buta nes, of an immense capital, ot the judyirtettt of a j riifistional Tru Tmtrr, and the knowledge of superior salcsmcu. This enables all Tr buyers no matter if they are thousands of'milea from this nnrk( t to purchase on as good terms here as the New York merchants. Parties can order Teas and will b nerved by us n well no though they came t iiemeh ( , hcirtf mre to pit oriimil piu kiiu'i'' true weights and tares; and the Tea are Warranted as represented. We isMic a Trice List of the Company's Teas, which will be scut to all who order it; toMrnistNG Hyson, Young Hyson, Imperial, Gunpowder, Twankay and Skin. Oolong, Souchong, Orange and Hyroii Fckoc. Japan Tea of every description, color ed und uncolored. Thi li-t h is i:cii kind of Tt:. divided in to rum: ci.a-sk. i.nueiv : c.wicn, Ai.;a CAKdO, IT NE, EIN EST, tint every one in iy understand from itrneript'uni nnd the prici ii mi ex cd that the Company me deter mined, to under II the whole TEA trade. Wr ;mrautrr to fell ALL OEU TEAS ut lift tf er I W 1 1 ( (. cent) pi r pound fk'irr rosf.bel'u ving this to be attract - ie to iiic many w no iia ve lierelolore iet n paving 1 1 iu. i in mi. I'rulit. GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, IMPOKTEHS AM) JOIMIEKS, ITo. 51 Vcscy Street, IM n't 2ST33W YORK. HALLOO!! riHE peiple arc briiinin at length to I learn tlcit thev can buv the best and cheapest Emit und (btiauiental Trees At thc Union City Nursery, Sit miff il our ttml it fnmth mihs S i a fit -tr st of Ttiiriiy tm the tit til if it nil c. I I iLi I'liir ami J'nt iic H.J. Tin ii be wise, ye Farmers and Fruit (I row eis! and buy your Trees and (Ir e ines wlnir lliev h ive been raised nnd adapted to '.ur oA u soil am! climate ; nnd of one who (Ii iroii.Lhly understand the principles of erow in sound, healthy, htraight Ims-, sirid iO t ti rri" out no diseased, n fanltv stock; Mu h Tre s or Vine Wat ii;isnt'-f.tttirv to the propat:: h"l and tuuted life. Tin n lie wi.-c iu time, and iu.-tead of l.uy- inv; of TRANSIENT CANVASSERS, W:io buy cheap, in flected and refu-ed ptock of IviHi in iiur.eris, buy nmr home. ,M iuv 'I lets of ibis kind, with short stub be ri" ts, otlen half de l I at ddixei v, are s-dd as Westim raised Trees. M.i y of I tin si' p la Oil m 1 1 1 i (il IVIInwn do not know jwb.it soil of Trees will be delivt red, and i ry few care. Their object is to ymi. wlmli you are v ry 1 1 k -1 y to find tbey liave done Im fore you are through, if yon li.ten to thir Ion? strings of htull", and are prevent ed from coming where they can buy ,ITLK tc I'K.ini TIIEES Of the be.it itality for 1-' cents a piece, otlur things iu proportion, auJ large lots for less. The Proprietor stirtnl in this business four vr.irs ', with the determination of eonvincin, by actual proof, that his Trees, Piants, and Vines, for health, beauty and choice kinds of Fruits and ?ood bearers, cannot be surpassed, if-eoualled, br anv oth cr rohcirn in tlie w hole countrr. He has sp u ed no labor or expense to luve the beet kinds the whole country affords. Thn be wise iu time, before it is toolat, ami increase the value of your homei by planting larjrciy of the best Trees and fruits of all kinds, for the pleasure and profit of eating and follinp the best o,ualitv of fruits of all kinds the whole year round, and pure wine from the choice prapes and berries, to cheer and strengthen vou in old npe and ,'kk,'t- 1Joll fruit anJ ne &re good for health nn l strength, In their places. Uetter bu your Trees in the Fall, when the roals are good and you can get your pick and choice (A fresh dug Tree, with plenty of roots, and from A LARGE ASSORTMENT Of all kind. This is best, though you nay not plant till Spring. Here you will find large lota of the finest APPLF., PEACH, DWAKF PKAR, CIIEItRV, APRICOT TREES, GRAPE VINES, Of all the best and hardy kinds, as well as ORNAMENTAL TREES, Strt(ba, riahti and J'crjxtual Hones. la short, every thing kept in a well ar ranged Nursery. Persons buying of me or my A cents, will be FURNISHED WITH A PAMPHLET containing plain instructions on the ubject of Planting and Fruit Growing generally, and especially of the Peach, Plum and Dwarf Irees generally. This will be of great udvantage to beginners. Orders by nril solicited and promptly filled with the bet stock on band at the time. When the cash is forwarded with the order, the trees will be well packed, and furnishtd at any of thc Union City Depots, FREE OF CHARGE. Customer cared for free. Agent wanted at all linn to solicit orders for tree, kc. Address, GEORGE GEBHART. I'nion Ciy, liandoljk Co., Indiana. icpt. II, lct3. 10 NOTICE; 4 LL persona indebted to A. IL Harris, l are requested to com aud make tet- tVement. Sfrt. 17, 1&C3. 11 J. C. HIKSH. INT JSAV FIRM I PJ E Ü AT LOW PK ICE rou at Tin: Winchester Drug Store! II K HAS AT ALL TIMES on band a, choice collect'on of DRIftiS, CHEMICALS, ri:i:roiEUV, And every thing that la to be found at auy lrug -Store in the West. He also is Dealer in WALL, WINDOW, AND WKAP1TNG PAPER, Stationery, AM School BooksT do ami try liim. 9 02ST GOING INTO MHJSilEgÖ We have bought 1!. It. .MrConnelP STOCK OF GROCERIES, which we Intend to SELL AT COSTT i h, a to ;ive room for new poods. AP n ' Hsk is for thc eitiens of Winchester and vinii'ty to examine nnd price our pood. We are sure we enn give entire natisfaetion. Strict attention paid to lilling orders from our frituds iu IUudolpb and adjoining Ce unties. CASH TAI I) FOR and all kinds ofC()!NTIJY PKODt'CIL P.acon of the IlLST quality kept constant ly on band. We have peaches jul fronr .a a a i u,r reii.irM oy l.xpresg. Having no Ii lends to reward nor enemies to punish, we intend selling on the UK A I) V.M Y SYSTKM! Strict attention pnid to amiill rhil ilren, whom pnrenln my end for good. Sotdici' ordcia taken for Kooals. n. n. w. m. cox. Sept. i, : G01IS OILY! Ä,:i:Merrill & Co., at or und of j ri'PMSJI THE INDIANA REPORTS. (17 VOMT.'Tfr.S,) PERKINS PRACTICE, A N D ßarbunr .nid Hon land's Manual For Krccvtor, Admiuittrutors and Guardians. J'rice 82.50. They have the only large Stock of Law and .Tliscellancou BOOKS In this State. They wholesale and retail SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY On thc best of terms. They arc principal Agents for Barnard! Corrugatrd, CircularPointe4f Anti Corrosive Steel Pen $2 per grosi. Order of MERRILL & CO., Glenn's Block, Indianapolis augQ-8 J. Q. A. ROBERTS, Dealer in DRY GOODS boots AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND NOTIONS a no c r ni r. s, And every thing utually found io country stores. AT THE OLD SEARL CORNER, DEERFIELD, IN D.