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vinciii;sti-:k PRICE C UIXi-E-CsJ'T , COBICCTED ETIr WtU JOHN ROSS, RETAIL prLt 1 GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, 1'KOl'lTK. WILI ÜAMK, KIT., Ctr.VtiR trJ Prank lii !-t..,N inchct .. Wheat Cora Flour per cut Flour per bbl Corn Meal per bu.... Sugar ier lb Mttl.S'Pt. :. b Sorghum per gal'n N. Orleans " " . Hjrup " Co fft C per lb CMi.r rra 1.1. Tallow Star Opil Oieeie per lb I)tr.n Kiuit rra sr. A t'fil per bu lVache.. per lb liict per lb Salt ma BR I. Lake Tllow per lb l'J.'.. i Ulnl IV . .I I . . " 1J .. 3 0i 1 alO !. 1" f I tJ a Lard per lb Hotter per tu Igg per doz I'ean. perbu Kucketd Proorn Wi'h I'oarJi Crackers per IN 2'aW 3. b mm ' 11 1U iMvUer per lb. . . Alum Indigo per o Coppera? Te rra l Imperial Youug Ily.on.... Itlack Dried Currant... Pried l'rune-t Pried Citrons . . . . I'ejper Spice . 1 to i :.o l w 10 10 'iü 1 I'otatocs 1 t!3; I., I. K C. HAIL KOAI) Traim on thi$ road pat Yinche$ter a fullowt : C0I.10 WEST. MAIL nt 2.3 r- M. NICHT KXI UKSSat A. M. LOCAL KKKICIIT nt W A. M. i:XritKSS FUKlCtllT No. I.. 1.37 A. M. i:prkss rKKlC.IlT N. l2.. 4 i0A. M. ÜOlMi EAST. i MAIL t.. L NlfS I IT KXlMiKSS at 1 !.: I. M. ACCOM Mtl ATION at f .1! V. M. ' STOCK KXrUKSS No. Int.. 7.11 V. M. STOCK KXIMIKSS No.'Jat.. 11.50 P.M. fttrar,t Train. Mail TraiH We-it will top at all f Utions on t-rop-r tsn.il bein pven- Ni'bt I'.xpre-i S'ct will ftop at all t on K ivt of rnion on proper i;;n il bxin iveii. Wvft of I'nion, will .-top at Win- ImmUt, Muncie, AnJr.-oa anl I'cnJhton, iinlr. .Mtil We-t will line at IMlr fontaine. 7ixfffrZ Train. M iil Train r..it vill stop t P n.ll ton . An lr-t..n, Muifir, W inchester, I'nion, Vcr niilli.Si.lnoyJb'ntfoiitiiine.Lariic, Marion nnl (lalion, onl v. J. V. WILLIAMSON. A Kr. nt. o(toiii:k i;i,i:(Tio. W are autborif-l t' sunminrp the reime f Tlionii W. Reece an n oin.li.l.ite for Krprventative iti the Slate I. isl.it ure. We ari ruetl to announre the nunc of Isaac T. tlr.j as a candidate for the ?tate Senate. "f authorized tu announce the imnt of Inhh P. Milner, tf Kr.tiiklin Tonniliip. a a candidate for Apirii.-er of I'eul Ftteof Rundoli h county, at the en inj; let ober election. We are authori7'd to announce the tiittne id" P. Y. Alcuiidr as :t canoü.ite tor rc-e-leetion t the oflice of County Commi.-rion tr at the (iKitins October Klection. i: A.MIMIIfS .NtTI('i:. I will be in Farmland on the 1st Saturday, in Ot t. next for the pur jtose of examinin all w ho wish li cense to teach. Notice particularly intended for those of C.reene, Mon roe and Stonev Creek Townships. Hour of examination, half past 1 , o clock, A. AI. V. II I ATT, School Kxam'r I'AIHS. The llanilolplt County Fairnill le lield Ottoler 7th to llUh Wayne County Sept. '2'2iu to lVth. DoLovare County r.-une time. The Intliana State Fair Sept. llMh to Oct. Urtl. m Lok out for another Iarp;e stoek of flood at No. S Kait Front. Car ter in ejwin Fast next week. It keeps him busy to keep up his stoek, 1 ml he seems to hear it pretty well, and does not complain of peo ple lor carrying oil all the line things lie brought home before. XiMr. Geo. Stevenson of West Kivcr Township, has just placed up on ottr table some samples of peach es, of the varieties of the Monstrous Clincr, and Crawford's Late (an open peach) that just about take the shine otr of any thing we have seen in that line this season. It strikes usj now, that they are equal to any we saw at the Richmond Horticultural Fair, some account of which we :ive in another article. Mr. Stevenson is fully in earnest in the fruit culture cnterprise.aud as he has jut become a reader thereof, we hope he will contribute something of his experi ence to our paper. His peaches may be seen at our olliee while they jast. coNsciorsNi:ss. Consciousness is absolute. It is the highest possible evidence. It is, however, purely affirmative. In its nature it can not support or es tablish a Negation. No one can know by the testimony of con sciousnessthat any thing is nnt so. And it is equally impossible that anv person should be assured of j . . . . 1 . 1 ... anything whatever uy me lesumo- ny of the consciousness of another. AH-sulBcient as is the evidence of vr aim consciousness, that of another ran have no such positive and satisfying ellect upon us. A FI.W flüKIWTO ntlllNDS. Mot of voti are riware of inv af -scnco from liomc for the last lour mouth, ami the cause for it. Otv ir to this fil'sence, ninl the work I have Ii.kI to do, I have done hut lit- th-forthe .Journal. lint I did the next Lest thin- I could for the piper in securing t!ie services ef .Mr. .1. II. Ilariison as ()Mio Kdilor and busi ness a'ent of the concern. I beliee he has iveii verv "em-ral if not en- l.ulC' tire s:lt:,('t"- to allcoiicenicd; and the probability is that he will still continue for a while his connection 1 oij i with the onoer. As thinrs now ao "'Ipearin the military Lori.on of our l.'.leountiv. there is a l.robabilit V. I think, that I may l'e soon relieved from my pietut position in tin- er- (f the ( io i Uluelit. If so I will n turn home and to my ! i atf duties witii the jreatext pleasure. At the same time I must b: the leave to sav, in the briefest and most resjKitlul manner :..s-ible, to all such as are in arrears to the paper or olliee, that the amounts due from them are very much needed. Get ting out a paper in these times is a cash business, and a very expensive one. Kvcrvthin' connected with the business is verv hi'di and has to he paid for. There is no credit sys tem about it anv longer, and we have no desire that there should be. lint wc have to have the monev. So, dear reader, if von are in arrears with us, we hope you v ill take no of fense when we say, kindly, but em phatically, ire hicttn you. The Olliee needs the one, three, live or ten dol lars you may owe it, to defray its current expenses. J. V.. HKVKRLV, Proprietor. HKAOQI'ttTFIH 7ril P.VAl RV,? Camp SiiANks, Sept. VJ, Pb.?. $ Tu the Voters if liunln! ih Comity: Ilavinir accepted a commission in the military serviee of the Pnited States, my position as your Uepre sentatLve in the Senate has become vacant. It will therefore become your duty to supply the vacancy at the en siiin' Oetoher election. 1 feel verv grateful for the honor you conferred upon me, in electing meto a place of such responsibility. and I hope 1 have not, in the sinnt time I was your servant, disappoint ed your expectations. Certainly, I did my utmost to serve you faith fully. Very respectfully, Tin. Al. Huowxk. cmrriT corirr iitori-:i:ii.f;s. State of Indiana rv. Sain'l Kmerv. This was a case of perjury. .Tiny trial. Verdict of rn ill v. KineslUl) and three months' imprisonment in county jail. I lay lies and Templer, Prosecuting Attorneys; W. March, for defendant. State of Indiana tw. William Elack burn. This was a ease of jrand lar cenv, robbing the .lav countv treas ury of some si, ."00. Jury trial. Verdict, puiltv. Fine s 1,000; im- prisonment in State prison for seven Vears, disfranchised for 11 ears. Hmviu's, htrt h k Templer, rrosc-u- i;,,.r jr nivn Mlll- A. " A Po.dlo tlelVihlant's Altonuns. , . , ! I luM rami Jury li:ive rettinicd five ldlls of ilblietineiiE One Tor mimler: one lor arson, and three for grand huvenv ' . ' State 't. ( alvin Hunch. Plus is - - " ... - au indictment for murder, ly poison ing his wife. Pbo o-Ko i HAU- mi ine t.le 1 HOW on trial, and will likely occupy most of the week. Way, Watson k Templer, l'rose eutin; Attv's; Browne Ac Cheney, and lirown Ac Monks, for defendant. EDUCATION" OF C'JIl MHtK.V. The article with this heading, which will be found on the fourth page of this paper, is one of the best things w e have ever seen upon this subject. Every parent should rend it with careful attention. It is to be observed that people w ho think they know all about "managing children," and have no need of learning any thing eonnoctea with their ,H,ulh,r duties, have usually but cue ltlea in their system of iroycnunent, nndtliat is Force. TO HORSE OWNERS! DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINI MENT FOR HORSES is unrivaled by ant, and in all ca.es of Lameness, arising from Sprains, Uruiscs or Wrenching, its effect is mapcal and certain. Harness or Saddle Hall, Scratches, M i ige, &c, it will also cure ipcedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be easily prevented and cured in their incip ient ftages. bnt confirmed cases are Levoud the possibility of a radical cure. No ease of the kind, however, is s desperate or boneless but it miv b 11 Liniment, and iti faithful application will always remove the Lamcr.c., and enable the horses to travel with comparative cac. Every hor?e owner hnuld have this rem- edy at hand, fur its timely use at the first appearance of Lameness will t RVct ti.il 1 t pre- vent those formidable diseases nuntioued, to which all horje arc liable, and which retder so miny otherwise valuable horses nearly worthlt ts. See 4J1t1tL11ut.Lt c;oi)i;v rou ocmnm. We liave reeeivcl (Jodey for Oc tober. As ummI the number contains a world of infoi ination al-out tlie Fash ioijv, illustrated l'Viaanv cnirravinirs. ; There are aho sowral stories and ,' .,,.f tlies of the uv. character. Marion llailand is writing "Leah Moore's Trial," a story which is worth reading. Conclusion next month. 8-, a vear, Louis A. Godev, Phil cdelj.hia. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NOTICK hereby given tli.it I will fell ,,l.l u,,-ic Auction, on S.trJ.v the 17th ilnr ' .Vu.ry Kirkling dt-cra.-ed, l.te of L;indölph' ( nr ty, India, i, a!! l.cr ptrsonal pro'-crty, , coiu-i-ting of lIi.-t.L'!.J J'uniitt.rr, Cattle, i r. j j A crtil'l of huhf ni'n;iLs will be piven 1 1 on ;n! -uiu-i on r Un i t' loii.ii., t Ii e jiu rc bas er piviiiir i,,s ii'-ie witli Reproved suret, Hai iii v iluatioli ;t.l at jr.ii- -nn nt I:rs. JOHN JOHNSON, Sept. '21, lrC:i, Adm'r. APPOINTMENT. NOTICK is hertby piven that the under signed has betn appointed Administrator of the KsUteof Nancy Kirklin dtcca.ed, late of Jtandolph County. Said Estate is supped to be solvent. joiin joiinson, Sept. 23,1 63. Adm'r. rNURSJÖlY I WISH to inform the prnple of Randolph Countv, tliat I have a Nurserv, one half milo PAST ()!' FAUMLAM), on the It ailroad, where I am prepared to fur ni;h everything in my line of business, of pood (Ualitv, "d at low rates. I will sell Apple Trets at l'J'..' ct Dwarf Tear 333' cts, St and ar d War at 40 ctx, Cherry 3.i 1 3 e, Peach I.mI", l'lumb A let-, (!r:ipe 10 to 7." cts, according to variety. KVEUGUKHN TRKKS in great variety at loir prices. I have Strawberries floostbi rries, Rasp berries, Currants, and all the Small hruits of the very liest varieties. Nearly all my of Stock is ft my oirn ruiinj, and is there fore fuited to the soil of this p.irt of the country. JOHN DOTY. PirmlanJ, Sept., 2:2, 12 AiroiXT3if:'T. NOTICE is hereby piven that the umlcr pinned has been appointed A'lininif tra trix of the Estate of .lames Abernathy de ceased, late of Randolph County Indiana. Tl;e Estate isproh.tMv .-o!t nt. N A N C Y A.AC E 1 1 N A THY, Sept. 17, ls:i. 12 Adm'r. NOTICE iS hereby jriven that the undersigned !as been appointed Aduunintratt r of the Estate of n.ub.ir.i Reary deceased, late of JCanlolpU County Indiana. All those having claims apraint said Es tate, are requested to present them for el-tletneiit-, and those indebted to said Estate nie repiested t make immediate ament. Said Estate i.s supposed to be solvent. JOHN RE A R Y, Sept. 2."., I-;.1. 1 Adm'r. i - V Kl A" n Dovnlors! 1 f utiJei?iii..I would call the atten r jg liOII ß k l II V Mil llllllp p'i'M I i V i j nruii ii v') WITH CAST-IFW FINISHER. The Pan consists of four compartments three of sheet iron or.c-sixteenth of tin inch i: , thickness, , and one of cast-iron i,lthes tl.IL-.to p t;i!n li:it in i?rvin ilou ii or ran- uUti,,-. i;T means of this thick castin: the Irving takes place more praduallv, and al- tmyg w ithout burning, w hieb is the ease w ith ...ti.r,. v.-.,,... ...,.i i... i ;....,,;, 1111 ir.ii.i lil .1 nil illll . II 11)1 Llll II... I 1. 1 1 1 1. 1 I I lv under the control of the Operator, and, ,- r i .i i liv mi .ids of ilanuifrs. the tire is so ret'iila - 1 . . . . . ' i .1 . .; 1 1 . 1 -.i ted that evaporating mav be conducted with ' n . . f.reatPP ' lha" 'i- jn.v.,,.t,,t r I'";;-at: slowly as mav be required, without danger of scorching. Wc have on hand a supply of rt i --'IT 4 11TT1'IM1Mi VL'V. iVli I ilj J i O AND LITMUS PAPER, 3TAgents wanted in every county iu the' State of Indiana. 5?" For particulars address JAMES W. WARD & CO., Lox 400, Richmond, Ind. C. eT. TAYLOI!, j ß Q 0 k B i 11 (1 61 i AMI Blank Book Manufacturer, no. 3. 3i a in ÄTin:irr, Richmond, - - Indiana " rrr zrzrri; T-, II. S. 5-20 YEAR 6 PER Partits wishing to invest in these tlesira-; Lie government securities, will l e promptlv 1 accommodated bv leaving their oidtr at ! li trim rinT i'iTinl'1 I HI 1 r An " IIIL rlliM A.I1U..LI.AK Ut KIC1IMONI"), IND." MCIIOLSON BRO., OOfSCltcrS V Sttioitrrs, j I''t'rttph Albums, li'tlti W,.v, ! lt'Zid 'V'.v, W Jj u P 1 12 Iv , Curtain Fij"rc, Picture Froiius, &c. kSi,C. SiC. iVc. ,C. CITV I0CK STOIlE, ' M . , . v: r'.-nr--c P.!.,. ' 4 .1 Ul.j i . i 1 i. r. . j ' .1 A j iticmiosD, iyi. july 1 7-u- ii i i . i j ; ? mi' . I. STOVES. V lr; tock Jot re- -J au l f -r tale ery low -rictt al i. sinnt, e.i lue i'Hbltc aquare, opjo- . iile tbe I'tHjt-OCce, i'h 'I . AT! ft ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NO TICE ia lureby piven, that I will on Saturday the 17th day of October IHi.. otl'er t publi vendue at the late residence of I!uhra Heary deceased, late of Ward Township, Kandulph County, Indiana, nil of tlie personal property of iaid deceased, conistio.2 in part of live tackst of Iliy, Apples, Ilocr, und Household and Kitchen furniture, &c, A.c. Tr.IIMS OK SALE. A credit of TJ months will be piven on all ums over three, dollar?, the purchaser jiving his note with approved purely waiv ing vultiati ii and appraisment laws. Under three dollars, cash. .lOIIN BE A RY, Sept. 22, iec.3. 12 Atlmr'r. APPOINTMENT. NOTICE is hereby piven that the under signed hve been npoointed Alministr.i tors of the Estate of Mary E. Johnson, tie ceased, late of Randolph County. Said Es tate id supposed to be solvent. JAS. CROUSE, I). E. JOHNSON", Sept. 10 1-C.1. 10 Admr's. NOTlCi: TO SCHOOL TEACIIEItS. 1W i.di to employ ten or twelve pood School Teachers for a term of four months. Schools to commence on the first Monday in November next. None need ap ply except those that have pool certificates. 10 1). T. WATT, Trustee. Washington Township. State of Indiana, Randolph County: In the Com m 011 Pleas Court of Ran dolph County, October Teim, 1k;1. Reuben Comer rs. Peter Rod y,. Peter Ki per, Martin Kiser f t al. f '0111 p In in t No. 130. TVTkw comes the PlaintilV, by C. S. (ood- 1 lieh, Iiis Attorney, and liles his com plaint together w ith an aflifidax it th it said I cl'end ants are nut residents of the State of Iinlian 1: Notice i therefore hereby si veil sud Hel'endatits, that unless they be and appear on the first tlay of the next Term of the Randolph Common Pleas Court, to be held at the Court-House in Winchester, on the 1th Monday in Octol.er, l"t't, and answer or demur to said complaint, the same will be heard and determined in thtir absence. Witness my name and the Seal of faid Court, at Winchester, this '2d day of Sep tember, 1 H-L JOIIN R. COODRICH, Cl'k. Sept. 1, 'J R. C. C. P. State of Indiana, Randolph County, hi the Randolph Common lleuCoiiit, October Term, IsiTJ. Complaint .V. Eli. Samuel McClure, Jthn McOlure and James Orr, r. Henry Dull. Now come the Plaintiffs by Enos. E. Wat sou Esq. their attorney and lile their complaint herein, toetixr with an affidavit that ha id Defendant is not a resident of the Sta'e oi Imliaua. Nolieo ix therefore civen said l)e lend n.t, that unless he be and appear on the first day til the next term of the Randolph Common Pleas Court, to beb Id at the Court House, in Winchester, on the 1th .Monday of October, l-GJ, and answer or de mur to said oomplaint, the same will be heard and determined in his absence. Witness my name and the Seal of said Court, this Ünd lav of September. IK1. JNO.'R. GOODRICH, Cl'k. Sept. I 9. R. C. C. P. State of lit (I inn ft, Jin it" (I'fljth Con lit i. In the Kandolph Common Pleas Court. October Term, 1S(3. Renjamin F. lluudy rs. Elihu H. Hunt. Conjl(iittt vial Affidavit for Attachment So. 41S. a T I 1 V inf9 i li a a 1 1.1 nlainiitl lor I irr S . . . ..... . I Jm . . , .. ' ... i , , l Cioodrich hsor. his Attorney and nie. i . . . . . 1 bis compl auit herein together with an am t r . . . 1 hi ill tli it i iiil rli.liiiil int if nut n renlfiit 0f the Sute of Indiana. 1 00 1 ivii 1? luucivic Lit ni r.iivj "oui i- ant, that uuless he be and appear on the first day of the next term of the Han tlolph Common l'leas Court to be held at the Court-House iu Winchester, on the Ith ! .Monday in October, lsC.1, and answer or demur to said complaint, the same will be heard and determined in his absence. Wicn,. Ktwt n.l th nf s.il.l Court this J'st day of August, lKt) J. JNO. IL GOODRICH Cl'k. I) C. C. P. R. C. tax xotici:. NOTICK is hereby given to all persons concerned, that the Lists, Valuations, and Knumerations mde and taken in the County of Randolph and State cf Indiana, by the assistant Assessor, under the Kxcise Law of the United States, entitled "Jn I Aer to foriJe internal revenue to $upjort . a I'tr 1 v 1 c r r fit r W I h y I'm i tei um iLlic dtbt." will be 0111 Fifteen Days for J examination, from and after the 27th day of August, ltd, at the omce of r . M. av in Winchester in paid County. And further Notice is also hereby given, that Appeals will lie heard by me, at the Court house of said County relative to any erroneous or excessive valuations or enu merations which may have been made, on Friday the 11th day of September lvt.'l, and continue from day to day till all shall be heard and determined. john yak van, Aujr.Slst, UW. fifth District, lud. PLUMMER & KELLY, Wholesale and Ketall DltUGGISTS, South-veit corner Main and Pearl Stt. KICiniONO, INDIANA. ul -ly ft:r TO i:o WAX MONTH. riHIELITTIX. filANT SKWINt: MA- L CHINE CO M PA N Y want an Agnt in each County, to solicit orders for their new $li Machine, with gaue, screw -driver . and extra needles. We will pay a liberal' salary and expenses, or give large eommis-j t-ion. For particulars, tc.-in, etc, inclose etamp, and address T.S. TAGE, ToUlo. o. iiol3in Gcu'l Aent for the Cuittd Stt I! r if . j NOT ALCOHOLIC. V E Ii E T.A 15 EE E X T 1! A C T. A PURE TONIC. DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, Vll EPARED IiV mi. .it. .f.h.'Ia.so.Vi Philadelphia. It. WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE Liver ( ompla in t, -i - . i.iiiiiuni.i Circuit- f,r Y.rmn I).M,fu. Ihseu f of the AVa v, ami till Jhims ur'tslui) from a disonh ral Lrer or Stintrli ; Snob as C-n-tipat-on, EiwarJ l'ile. Eulne or Rlood to the Head. Acidity of S.-m tub, Nanea. Heartburn, Pinu-t tor Fod, Ful ness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Krue 'tation, Sinking or Kluttriin at the 1'it of the St( na.-h, Swiiiiinini: of the Ilea 1, Hur ried and I);!!icult Ereathiu;, Flutterinv' at the Heart, Cliokini; or SutVoeatin Sensations when in a Ixinp poture, l);mnes of N'iion, Dots or UM.s before the Su-ht, Fever uti l Pall I'ain iti the Ileal, lt ti-.-iencT t,( Ktr- sfiit ation, Yellow ties. of the Skin anl Eves, j I 'ai:' in the Side, Rack, Chest, Limb-. A.c., ! Sodden Flushes of lleai, llurnin in the Flesh, Const ant Itnainioi of Evil, and great Oppression of Spirit;. And will positively prevent lellow I c ver, Itilioux IV vor, Xc. THEY CONTAIN NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY! They will clue the above diseases iu ninc tv nine cases out of a hundred. Induced by the extensive a-ile and unirer- sal popularity of llootlaud's (ierman Ifittt r.s (purely vegetable,) hosts of ignorant l'iacks and unscrupulous adventurers, have opened upon fiutJVring humanity the flood-gates of Nostrums in the shape of poor whiskey, vilely compounded w ith injiirious ilru??, and chri-tened I onics, tomaclncs anl Iwtttrs lieware 01 ,IlC innumerable array ni Al- cohobc preparations in plethoric battles anI bip bellied keps, tinier the modest appella tion of Ritters ; which, instead of curing, only ar!rravate disease, and leave the disap pointed sutl'ei-er in despair. Hoofland's German Bitters ! Arc not a new and untried article, but have stood the lest of 15 years trial by the Amer ican public ; and their reputation and sae are not rivalled by any siniihir preparation. The proprietors h ive thousands of Letters from the most eminent CLEIM J YMEX, LAWVKIJS, PHYSICIANS, AM CITIZENS, Testifying of their own personal knowltde to the beneficial ellects nud medical 11 1 ins of these loiters. Do ou want stiinrt bins to Strenf li eu you ! Do voti want a good Appelife! Do you wniit to build up your Con- si itiitittn ! D )oii want to feil Well! Do you want to pet rid of Nervous- lie? ! Do ou want Unercy! Do you want Co Sleep Well! Do you want a Hrik aad Vigorous reclins ! If vou do, use llOOTb ANIVrf CKKMAN IIC'TEKS. ATTENTION. SOLDIERS! AND TIM: F'KIKNDS OK SOLDI MKS. We call the attention of all having rela tions or friends in th army to tlie fact that II'M)FLM)'S Cermui Litters" will cure nine-tenths of the diseases induce! bv exj-o-mres und j.i i Mtiiis ineident to ramp life. In the lists, published alinst daily in j 1 the newspiprrs, on the arrival of the pick, it will le noticed tb;it t very lurpe propor tion are puttering from debility. Kvery eae of that kind e.m be re.tdilv cured by 1Lok i.aMi'i (Ierman Litters. Diseases resulting from lisorders of the li'estive orpins are speedily removttl. We have n hesit;tion iu stating that, if these Litters, were freely uel Kiiiou.': toir soIdiei!, hundred.- of lives mi'ht be saved that otherwise will be lost. We call particular tt ntion to the ftdlow- inr rem irkable and w ell authenticated cure of one of the nation's heroes, whose life, j to use his own lan?u.i?c. "has been saved bv i the Litters :" riur.uiM.rin a, Aug. 2'lrd. lf0. yics$r. June Af Erani: Well, getitle nicn, your lloofl md's (erm.in Litters has saved my life. There is no mistake in this,. It is vouched for by nnmbera of my com rades, some of whoe names nre appended, and who were fullv cognizant of all the cir cumstances of my ease. I am, ami huve been for the last four years, a member of Sherman's celebrated battery, and under the immediate command of Cant. R. L. Ayres. Through the exposure attendant upon my arduous duties, 1 was attacked in November last with inflammation of the lungs, and was for 7 days in the hospital. This was bil lowed by great debility, heightened by an attnek of dysentery. 1 was then removed from the White House, and pent to this city on board the Steamer Stite of .Maine, from which 1 landed on the Xirtli of June. Since that time 1 have been altout as low as any a c; 1 one could be and still rttain a spark of ital tv. ror a week or mote I was scarcely able to swallow anything, and if I did force a moritl down, it was immediately thrown up 1 could not even keep n of tratrr on mv Jtomich. Life could not last under tliese cir nri5't;inces ; and, accorJinirlv, the i-hvi- ci:ms f rankly told me they could do no inre forme. An acou aint.incc who visited mc at the h'sp;t.tl advised me to try your Littt r, and kindly procured a bott.e. horn the time I commerced t ihing them the gloomy shadow of death receded, and I am now get ting better. Though I have taken but two b )ttle, I have gained 1 pounds, and I feel sanguine of being permitted to rejoin my wife and daughter, from whom I have heard nothing fur c month; for, gentlemen . I am a loyal Virginian, fr na the vicinity of Front Royal. Verv truly yours. ISAAC MA LONE. We fully concur in the truth of the above statement, as bad despaired of seeing our comrade, Mr. Malonc, restored to health : John l'uddlehnck, l.t N.York Littery, (ieorc A. Aekley. Co. (.'., litis Maine' Leu i Chevalier, 'JSi New York. I. i:. S.icnrcr, 1st Artillery, Hitterv F. .1. II. ratiMvrlt, Co. H, .11 Vermont. Henry It. .It rtmie, ('o. I, d- Henry T. Macdonald, ('... C, Gth Maine John I. ard. Co. K. ."'tli Maine, llenrv lioeli, Co. II, 7J1 Nt w York. NatVl II. Thoinas Co. K, 9..th IVnn. Andrew J. Kiinball, Co. A. 3d Vt. John JfMikiu, Co. II, litth Perm. Beware of Counterfeits! See that the ngnature of "C. M. JACK SON" is on the AVK A IM 'EH of e.u-n b -ttle. Price per bottle .1 ct, or half ' !. 11 lor St. j Should your neret dnigit not have the article, do not be put oü by any f.f tho in toxicating preparations that mv be oflereil in ita idjrp. Ktit en t i n !tid r will fi.r. i 1. . 11 ward, securely packed, by express. nt no rrrtrr tun 11 r r-rr n-7 rnimuirrtL urritc m.iij ütmu 1 on r, No. 631 ARCH Sr. JONES As EV-A.XsTS, (SuccSri to C. M- Ja kso k Co.) Iioprietor rrTFrr sile by Pmsgi't and IeU:s in ... -.it. .it-. . crcry town in the CuitcJ Ltate ADMiNisTriAToii-s sale I Count Ctuuiori Pleas Court, the und'r- jMplifd adiuiei-tr Oor of th eM?Ue of ';'!; ; '! - !r at tji i vat al e-t te, uri til the'Jf tl dv..f O.-tobcr luxt.ai if ..öl r.. . I - t . t .. .1 'I ul ..... 1. ..1. I will Mdl üt pu!,!,e au.-ti.Mi on sol 2'th daj of t , t!. i, u! the t'oiiit I bii if d 't in the to n of W ine!iet r: Tiie South V t i'i it. XizXl j Section .r, Jowt,.,ip i:.ne I.I I. it ; j also the undivided ninth jrt of the follow : 111 real -tte, to wit: 1 he N ith halt of I the South E i-t ,'iut r of S. 1 t:,n tt 11. atul : thirty at res 0:!' of N rl'i si Je -f the South j Eat piarter of aeetion tn, a Jso ten arris in the South E tt corn r 0! the uth E t ju.irter of Section ten, in Tow 1 shi; 11 of K.tn.e i: Kat, a!! Imi in Randolph Coun tv an 1 State of Indi'm-i. lruH One th-rd in C.11. The rchidue 111 i" 11 Ivment c-I lime and eht.rn uionttis, with notes at inten t, waiinp ben efit of appr mint, ti,. s re v. re I l.v pood frehdd si.retie. Public nie to cmuuitce at I o'clock, F. M. Rol'ERT MII.EKR. s Adm'r. M A R B L Xt V O IV X S -Vi.-'- ef '". .-. - jJ AVI:o has not lost a f rieml ? " Tlu iinlriiiied have aow a larerand better asKortrtieiii ul American and Italian Marble Tli an ha here trtfore heti orer! int his If i nit j. Ttov who iiiit'iol orci tiejr Tombs y lIoiiiMiciits or 0 rave Stones, in memory of their bed d.-part. d, would b wellt titVK VS A r.M.b. rf. 1 erms reason ue t.. I',.'! .! examine. SI. ATI: KOOriNC! We 11 re nloiifn 1 11 msV ir anl furnf! ittp Slate K'"f, Ht re iiot:il,.' prit e. The nunt-rior-itv f lle iivci all nther material f.r KoittTnc tstotv'll estnhlislieil to r'juire an 11 11 im-n t in favor, aiid ttioe ho intonJ luilJinjr willllliJ H Slate J.'oef to tetl.e Best antl cheapest Pojf now in nse F.tltn.ite inndnr nn I i.foriiintion relntive to the tuyiiie.sf!ieiTliilh (;ivcl l j J'ln?f ln: or rail iii go 11 I). K. HOrr.M AN Ä: CO., nov y Winehestt r.ind. J. COKrM N. e. v. osr.'oiN COFFMAN & OSBORN. XOTIOXS, MATS AND CAPS, 3or, St., DAYTON, O. july 17-n'i in; For Dry Goods AM) KEAV-3IAI)ErL0TIIIX(!i Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, k o o SKIRTS And every thing cl.se of the sort, go to L. D, BUNCH'S, os south sini: of rur.Lic fq-kk, Oi!C Door 1? ist of Quick'u Jt elry Store, . Prints, Delaines, and other Ifrcss (ools, CASSIMERES, AT LOW RATES ! A full stock of Ready-made Clothing, for Men and How, at low prices for the times. A large part of inv jstock wa bought months ago and Ins never been 4,;uarkeü up, as is the gencrjl cu?tom. - . Old customers and the public generally are invited to call and see. dee S;G L. I). Ll'NCII. "VvosVfc Taw Uww c5 TvosV Taw VCW VVA.VS Vvs vw (PffEPAREO) O ? " t A r o U V) - o.- r-.im Pric25Cnrt "VyosVsTaw VWC YW iWYC "ÖVCYUV. VvosVs TAwvvwcw xsW i WYC SvV-tWUUtS, SWYWW ! j r S r v I ÄÄiFamily Grocery I.iounrntw, SirT. 'i. 1"- n. c. w. KoK 1 e ar rir b c ic tet u tiono' f"T f r il ears wich eiti d Ult n i aknfs, vtjr.ixli vi tht I tv - i:n M it U n 1 t my orlinsM t.iio rs at t;.m, and b!-; hriid of tt.e nonJtr'jf cur- that jot-f J Seindiiii iau E! ... 1 Enritr and Ii.Hwti ffrrtin , I 41 iiiJunl ! w friend t try i , 1 l" r" r ,n"I"". anj x.n-i inr i.im:i-:ii - 7 U .p.al t it rcmmemlati n-. S t al i;o!a is its uc to mo, that I can r.t tniw dip,,vr.!' with theme of it t inv advance 1 e io lift sei enty seven jears. I cheerfully pive t!.is information for thp benefit of those siroilarly a'.Uicted. 71ohh M taj t-.:-. TS ) 1 1 -:rr- s 5 so f" Ä m i I 1 T 1 IK 1 It M n.iYTO.W o J R. HUBBBLIi.Propiictor. julv 1" 1J MUST BE SEETT TO BE APPRECIATED. FLOBEXfE SEÜTXT. MAfllIXE! UNEQUALID IN BEAUTY OF DESIGN AM) stu; or I IMsII. ?Itikr Four Ditinrt Stitrlut On one and the amc Jfuchiue, und L a s th v Jit rc rs III t I id ! It combines all the pood qualiticf of other first el.is Mat hin, and por-sesM mny ADVANTAOLS or any and all of tin m. It is the mrtst SI.Vri.K and I'LL FE CT in its Ieebiuiirnl oiitruetioii of any Sewing Mat bine je t offered to the J ablic and the ONLY ONE capable of making MOKE '1I1AN ONE KIND or STITCH. The IVed mny le Itetcraed ni nuy 1'oiat Desired uitheiut StoppinK the laehiit! Charges fT the various flitches ma b made while the inadiine is in motion. The ieauty of its stitt h i in? urpast-e-d. No other coer ?o large a range of work. Sews light and heavy fabrics with qual facility. The work will feed cither to tLt riht or left. L'ur.s fjniellj; fcws rapidly. No difliculty t xperienced in t-e wing acroaa thick pea ins. Needle viure readily adjusted than in anj other machine. Tailors cannot afford to do without out- It motions are all positive. Will last a lifetime. No springs to get out of order. Tbc knntner the most practical in use. Tuns wide and narrow hems, and will fell beautifully. It braids neatly and nanUsomely, wituout the slightest alteration. The iiioüt inexperienced Cud no difficulty in using it. Oils no dresses, all of its machinery being on the top of the table. Every machine warranted. It will sultantiate nil we claim for it. E. H. 8c C. C. DENNIS, Agents for Wayne, Kandolph and Dela ware connnties, Ind., Iark and Treble counties, Ohio. Oftice No. li'J Main-tt, Lichmond, lud. ITSciid lor Samples and Circulars. We are abo Felling Seebler k. Torter'a Sugar Mills and Hutc'iinson's Cider Mills The verv bet out fCLd for a Circular. Jon ej I. ! t f'l 0 New Bakery! W. MANDERBACH Una jnt opened A New IJjiKcrj on liic East Front Too J)ors from Xorth Kast Cvruer. HE HAS Bread, Cakes and Ties, Fresh Every Day. lie alt l.ee-p a And U well supplied with all He articUs In lliat 1Ine of ,,ua:nf. lie vi-Ic to male the PEOPLES DAILY II1IEAÜ AS WELL AS IIIS OUX. Winchester. June 12, l-C?. 4VmU jGEO. IL1SEC0STER & C0 ! . .'laiiufacturer oi sash, islwis, noons, sioiers, Manlcls, Window and Door Framrs. Moldings, Slain, HmcA - tts, SMllnuse Furniture. Counter, ; II ing jit .t.l-lf.l pome Nrx .Ictt inrr y they arc prepared to execute i FLANEING, FLOORING", HIIA ALSO UKAL1N rif.k LL'iY.fctn AND pine SH FiGLES. ' 177' All onler r m bv mail in u oie - folly nvA pmn.pt'y ttendd to. :!Tr acton in the; builJin; formerly oC. cuputi bv Lesrd k Starr, u Hnw .,f.Pl beiwrrn Ton Wurre AtiBue i Flth .u. i Ltu the lUp'.t , Iwc'irii'.u 1, Jan? 12, 1V51. 13 y 1 t mi