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w , w i n ; ii r.HT i; i: : riiJt), . CTrt. J, IS03. Ncw3 of the Week. ThTP i no news of in.p6rt.ince. ' Both Hrn and Hosecrans have 1 Lfcn rc-lMorreiJ and th armies still ; rncnicc ea h other at Chittinoo i The find tiht wc. a much wor.-t blow to the rebels thin to iu. aslhviiy or tiii: rn:Li. A we promised last week, we ro on with some thoughts about the amount of knowledge, and the ex tent of mental application and cul ture in this part of the country, or especially, in IJandolph County. We do not speak of th? lack of knowledge among for the sake of j finding fault with the at or the present; the defects of the past are out of reach; but if there is to be any improvement in the future we must, in some way, come to see the truth in regard to this whole sub ject. To proceed directly, we do not know of any one here who is engag ed in the study of any particular branch of knowledge; or who has ever thus sought to learn what may be known of one subject. Yet it is only by such concentra tion of interest and labor upon one thing, that any one can attain true Kchularship,or in any degree increase the total amount of knowledge a raong us. Do not think we are finding fault with people for trying to learn too many thinirs at once; we do not do not trvinix to know of any one who is learn anything. Very few people in this region think that w hen they have 'quit going to school," there remains anything more to be studied or known. While at school their time is all devoted to the study of the el cmentarY branches. There are wry few, if any, of our friends who have st'tilicJ Chemistry; alt hough there are several who can teach it. .No one among us knows uny thing of the Flora of our own County, or could give the character of the plants in a single fence-cor :r. No one is pursuing the study f Geology, and few are likelv to . c' , ner of learn where we live in regard to Ge ological eras or formations. It would lie well to kuow some thing of Kntomology, and any ac quaintance with this branch of Xat . e.ral History can be made practically useful; but yvc do not think an' body here has given the subject anyatten- tjon ., , , r, . There are other branches of know 1 - edge of which we might speak, but we conclude with Geography. If any one, even among our teachers, has more than a slight, superficial knowledge of Geography, we are not aware of it : although of course, any body can teach it with the book in his hand. These things demand attention. Thinking and resolve must go before any valuable, work. If any of our statements are not strictly correct we will gladly modify them. Next week, in our Kducational ar ticle, we will consider the Student's work, with some of his helps and hindrance?. lettlu nam ciiakllsto.n. Follv Island. S. C, ) Sept. 7, 1SG:J. f Dkah Fatiieu : Foster's brigade returned at I 'J o'clock last night from Morris Inland. We st.nrtcd from camj at y. in. of the full, ami a lit tle niter dark went into the trenches. As usual, the Thirteenth was jdacctl in the extreme front, companies A, H, and G, acting as sharp shooters. When we first entered the trenches w e found that our closest parallel was within sixty yards of Wagner. The Sappers and .Miners were hard at work.making many devious turnings, but surely and rapidly approaching n connection of our w orks w ith those i oi tue enemy. All night long our 10, 1, and l." j been dug, and these cut-throat blit- inch mortars, aeeompanied by our , temuts threw the bodies of our meni hZ)7- rar.rottt pUKs. r:lilu ll ,ut a,,,l i tilf 111 ' ' shape or manner that' yhe.l into luckless Wagner. A large j came handiot. One of the negroes' light, I suppose sonu thinglike those , seeing a good boot apparently h ing; used on :i locomotive, only more! on the ground, caught hold of itv powerlul, was plaoeil m position o ' and pulled tip part of a man's Ie"j as to throw its light on Fort Wagner. I with it. This man was buiied stamf ' In this manner we were enabled to ling on his head! That is he had ee that Fort almost as plainly as if, been pitched headlong into theditclv it were broad daylight, but the reb - rs wi re so much daz.led by the light that it would have been impo- fciUe for themtoh:ie done any ae- curate shooting even had thev'pos- eci any serviccame guns. All tlie en in the fort had been dismount ed or disabled the day before. Nqw aid then a shot from some sha'ro slutiT, was the only si-u of life iu UV "Ku . . , .. I shall not attempt a description of t!ir tTrii..tniF r.. !.! .-... 1. i yards of Warner, and nt tin tho . .. tire nipht atchin with lntej.M. j. tercet the hrilliant M . ne prcnii d to our traze. A continuous htrcam of fire joured nronr.d :.nd over us. inrdwcnt. It were useless -I have " " . I ' " lV. '.I t "l nrithor the words or ready pen to P and P,a Wllh tieave eaf frie it rxpre-shm. I took niv pom- ' 1 nl l().,n3V iViend- of Christ, I tiin on top of a pamlhl uitbin tiftvi or tlie n,ain sincere, eni:ii:e their ly, nitli'.irii'kinfrriiontiT fttid with, the htmcli from ti.e l.ndirs.of li-1 interred .ohlirr II. 1 scorned t; , ' ' . . . .,!. have oprm d wide tt y.-iwiun nsoutli ' and showered upon in iN lMiriiini ih-mrnN firv and iifiiiitnt 1 1 r- riMo. uddcii death u as around you ; hy i everv hre; at any moment you ! r.e wcreli.iUe to fall mangled and bleed-j all Va it not : tune l-r mi ions j tliou difr Instead, tvittv e-Npression-. the jet. lively rep.irtee, lau-hter. i horrihU ir.pnr:tli".H. A eloper shot , than u- im1. a narrow csc:ip liotn a piece of shell, causing one to stari and dodjxc, wuiihl '-et the tahle in a roai!" And this dodnin:; lnisiius. I can tell you, is not confined to your : and it is very likely that some men's coward alone. From a ( Jenoral down ; stock will suffer, next spring, for to the louct private, 1 have seen ( want of food that has heen trodden them all guilty alike. Selt'-pteser- ( into the mud during the early winter vation is the Hist law of nature." ! mrtuths in consequence of the shift -You hear this infenul thinix coming, less, wasteful way of feeding by sim seemiiejly riht in a line with vourjply scattering the feed along1 upon head. )'. that sound! It takes hohl of you irresistibly; after the danger is pa-M-d, boh goes your head; andj you straighten up, looking and feel-j iirr ei iooiisi; At davli-ht all the infantry with:tci1- lery thing in our surround- j Ianil ,..uii0iI(i, o,. In!., all of th.. lv-on.d the exception of our Co. and C.. was! nig--, communicates to us something iv.pertv. brln.i,. to John Iltti.r., .lo taken bik in tho rear of our work.i ol its own nature if Nye voluntarily cult of ilau-er, it being a noeiiiess exposure of life to ke p tin in under, tho lire of the ,-,l.el 1, .....j .James ami Miuivan Planus, i "fj not sale to permit ourselves to be j rebels would notdareto chaiizeOUrLr.loriotPre.ted hv anvthini r, :.. i;.,l,f ..f 1..,- tn-t IM III lilt iii;iu 'un uv i. , - . lit liave lair piay upon ineir columns. And another thing, thej had jdaced it beyond their power to attempt an assault on our works. The innu merable torpedoes that were planted between the two contending parties, would have operated a fearfully against them as upon our own forces had they attempted it. There was scarcely a rod of ground free from these dastardly, cowardly weapons of destruction. Kegs of all shapes and sizes, l.llcd with powder, and en tirely buried under the sand with the option of an inch or two of the cap r fuse by w hich it was to be ex ploded. Generally a small board 1 .! 1 I i 1 . , . - , 1 wciLMit of a counle ot ounces would explode; and then good hyc to the unlucky wiht who had pressed the weight. Interspersed with these tor pedoes were :rgo- 13 inch shells, capped and primed and ready to ex plode at the least pressure. Oil, these rehols are a heathenish set! Tue chirulM wont even li-ht in a decent and civilized manner after all their Lrajjadocio. I ran around over ground that niaht in which the next day was found quite a ntmiher of torpedoes wliile cnajred in widen ing the trencli. It was certainly a ( k providence that I was not Mown to atoms-or -sky hi-h'' at least. At tlavliht on the hth our par- allels were within yards of Wajr nor, the stars and" stripes proudly within that distance of thej Fort. ly in a. rn. tho iron clads moved up as close as jiossilde to Warner, assisting the land Latteries in their work of detrm tion. Shat tered 'run car: iaircs and timbers used; in the fort were ripped up ami scat- j tercd high in air. The splinter I orool on the magazine went living in ' 1 ,. 4 . ;. , " ..! (every direction. flrcat clouds ofj sand would li-e thirty feet in air, ' as the Innre hclls IV uu our puis 1 would hurst nmoni: their sand ha-js. , I'.v far the strongest Fort whieh the; enemy has here was thus heing torn- to pieces and leveled with the urouml. j Our paralhls were approachm:;: close every hour; and wo were in ! more danger of heing hit hy our own! shells than those of the enemy. It! were useless Jo record the 'many j narrow escapes from wounds an l' death. tkA miss," iVc, you know. ! I had rnale some coiTee, and 4'Alf,"j and I were sitting down quietly en- joying our dinner, when (la-.h ! i came a shower ef sand which spoil-j ed our piece of hread covered with! currant jelly, covered our faces andj filled our mouths. I tell you, we felt j Unity for a shoi t time. This oeeur- red several times during our stay.- I picked up a lari? piece ol shellj tnat came very close tome, and usedj it as a plujr to stop up my jioit hole; w he never I got tired of w atching and filing at tlie lehel sharp shooters It si'i niH :iliuot iuerediltlc vliat a' small 1(k of lifo there is, when 1 think of how that the air was literal ly alive with these missile. Hoy.- ever, we were tolernldy well protect ed hy ourhrca'.t'vorks. Some of tlie hoys in the company while digging cut a place of safety wherein they could Iii down and sleep, cut into some of our poor fel lows who had heen killed in the as sault on Wagner. The sappers andj miners struck in among them every iVw m mutes. Trent hes seem to Im vo 1 i and covered up that wav. Several' ' parallels after considerable work on' , them, had to be abandoned and new! 1 ones built, owing to their running' i among too nmnv of our dead, or the' rei-cl torpedoes. : ('"Nil.lDKli XF.XT WEEK.) II v violently busy are we of- ten alout triiles. nnd how trillin-! Ure we about thing, ol the greatest! ,portierit. i.nu. f40 ,,,,..,. rr;ia oi lent, now domain friends of lnnd in tuch :t crowd of worhilv i atltir., though materially ijood, as l H3t thei-spiiits are distracted and nnhttcd for conversation with Christ As thcr friend. gunbo.its ami i'.i naileries wo;imjiniissd for ;n wjlfU it suggps. & IN THf: COLWTItY. Th farmers of this part of the co;n,trv will need all the straw, fod- . . . . r der ami rverv kind of provender for - -ti-- Hint th.y -:m poiUy save. .Mc - .t ni tlie corn Iki 1kmi so injured the fro-t t Iiri t the fodder will not - to rooi a it usually is. hut it will hi- needed. Those who do not lvqnire all the rou-h feed " thev ran save for their own cattle, iikiV tie certain that others w ill want it; i.id every tiling of the kind w ill com- inand a ood priet Cattle that are fed under shelter will require much less food than if fed out of doors and in tlie mud; the ground. i:vi:uv.day ( i LTi iti:. We are constantly being educa- enter us auno$pliere. ucai puruy of mind can only be sustained by keeping the thoaShl- p:;re. It is P- n, - i- . -.i yj)l(jjd CO.ITf or indelicate either We never spent more than a few minutes in a Criminal Court, and would not do so voluntarily. We think that even women who go to criminal trial are, many of them, attracted hy the 'spiee of coarse ness" with which tlie proceedings are usually flavored. We would HL to bnt-n f It tvro rni I ,1p I 1 f 11,1,1 w ' " ,nc ' ,r . ' M , , V ii if ne-lected. The wcrst case may he con like to hae, if it were posibie, . . , with an afSlluvit nn, undertakn.-, for ,., r;. ,l4. i:,,-,,,,..,,. two or th,,-.. only pure and heautiful things to re- memLer. Senator (Traitor) Toomhs of Ga in a letter written only last month, says of reunion: "I can conceive of no ext remit v to whieh niv country could he reduced in which I would i a. for a Millie moment entertain any proposition for any union with the North on any terms whatever." Judpre Cadwallader of the United States District Com t.at Philadelphia, has decided that the enrollment or Conscription act is entirely constitu- tional. Where is McCimn? MARRIED. NIXON MALTIUL. At the residence of tlie bride's father, by J H. H irrison, and M. lu.da SJ. t.t Tili W.Iii im ' 'iiii :oii Ann Malthie. all of Randolnli Countv. -'- , - FALL DRESS GOODS, at tiii: TRADE PALACE, HUME, LORD k CO., 2G am! 28 VEST v;askimgton-st. J:lit "V" 'LAIX Iir.AfK MLIis, A11 w iltl and quality. I'I.AI.N TOILT m: son:, colors, riiAII) sil.ks, RICH I'ANCV SILKS, Splendid assortment, RICH coLOItr.l) .iSOIItrs PUin, Striped and Figured, I'LAIN SILKS AM) SATINS, For cuing nn.l Tarty Dresses. mK '(.'IM) CKA1V Hi:iT SILKS, riain Tnlleta, I'imirnl Delaine, Plain I'rcncli 3Xcrinociv 'rriJCj, ijCj?j,, An C();urs.. pu iss CLOTHS o'iTC)3I . C LOTHS sTIMItd 'mOHAIKS?,' VRAVi: 1)E LUCCAS iuris ROYALS, KON ROY l'LAIDS, IILA.'.K ItOMBAZINKS, M0UKN1T. GINGHAMS. ri.n.vcii chintz, KICU rhAID ropM., V 11KNC1I I)IA(0 N A LS , MKRIlIMAtK riJINTtf, SPRAGUK'S PRINTS, PACIFIC PRINTS, AMERICAN PRINTS, nUNNFMS PRINTS, MOURN IN(! riilNTS, Hume, lioril V Co. TRADE PALACE. lied niankrtt mid Qnitt, 3Iulin A"d hcoli,1?!' Napkim, Doilus, TLANNELS, AU kimU ml color, KitP.NCII CASSlMEIiES. MHrb 6-4, Fancy Style?. cloths a m c:Assijii:itr.s, For men and Cots. IIOIEUY-Endl Tarictj. GLOT:-Fu',l 1 ne. LVIimoiHLKILN nnlmornl Skirt, Vr, JSrc. NEW GOODS RECEIVED TAILY, HUME, LORD & CO., CLOAKS AND SHAWLS A T HUME LORD & CO'S. m:w stylls. rronch s,'r shawh' St s,,awl!, Trirelhog Shawls, ' " , Sff'rrwt lbtkifl?rv ocl.e Rcrdercd for Lad'u and Geutliiurn. Traveling CIoak, ColM Cloth Cloals, PI ick Cloth Cloaks, Stcques, and riltri'LAHN, in treu rariety, of all thej latent and Tiio?t approved iityl. iarment-i made to order in anrfltrle at ort notice. TRADE PALACE, Vet Vahincton street. Indinnnpnli. pt. '20, 1.1 i :V State of Mint i ana rt'itnh Comitu . j . i I I.m.hilnh Circuit Court, in ami fr a i i j JOHN U. COODUICH, 1 lerfe oi " ELECTION NOTICE County and Stat. du her.by trrtifvtl.it tU (Infallible L i II i 111 G II t. top. .wi; of.'.crrs arc tobeilecled nt t.ic ( Annual Flection to be held en the !nd Tuesday iuOeloberiicxt.at ;uJ Countt i.b-J lj State , to wit: one taat-T lor the MiJj Countw e i:.n-.i.Mti.M.c In.l Ar-1 t,r.r,-cr,oe Cui.tv Cmini i.r,.r at I -t t j r.,nnt Sunoor, thtrf i I- vote.i form,;-C.rcui't ,ro,ut.,r for tho li.th J-j .liriil Circuit in m 1 I'uuntv ami titc. v:....-.,.r i i nn.i ,u SmI ot s.iM' rr.rt t..:. .1. ..f iw..ri.r. 1 "T, ?. ' H JNO. 11. COODuicil Cl'k. ! rc CnIi for Strait. I Wlbb piv tin. lii-he.-t price in cih for ; X pJ uvi' Straw, to stull liorse collars If um want a fmood Cottar, call nt my .Mumractory at Farin'aml, ainl you w ill le tirplie.!. Jhn't f'oftt th"t I trout Strntr. ' ' John cui:ihi.i:i:. rartnlan l.Oct. lt. 1H.3. bl Administrator's Sale. AT OTICK bcitbv -iven that I will sell 11 at 1'uMic Auction, on Situplav the twemv fourth div of Oc-toher, 1 ar 1 arm tc. A credit of six month will he ;:ivcn on tZ jn,. valuation ami nt.t.rai-enient l-.w-. hrcM. SOil. 0.1. SAM'b Mc Nl'.bS, Adtn'r State of Indiana, Randolph County, ss. Thomas S. Gordon. Leander C. Kockhill i 44 1 1 . 1 I v - ----w-.. ------- - , u 1 1 1 m m I rinr ti. I.prt Mel.nriniCK. i rti f ri r . i i .' uwnwihi IK tiuacnmrmi. , - I I.. .1. A TKFOUM Jacob Kltzroth, r Justice of the ; J) Peace for White River Township in sail County. The defendant, lcvi Mct.or- : nilfk. will take notice mat Hie anoe n im-i ed plaintiffs, on the 'iid day of SeptcmVr, . .... i . .i. .i:.. ........ ,t .chiio ui. 11 tid of the non residence of i said defend mt. That upon aid com laint and nmaavii, t issueu win 01 uu.n nm. o. i against the personal property of said defend- j ant, and that 01 the 2 Ith dayol üctob.r, i A. I), lctiri, at the hour of 10 o'clock in thej ... i forenoon, the cuice will i.e no mi ann oeur- i mined b. fore me at my office in Winchester, in said Township, at which time ami place, si-iid defendant miv appear and answer to 8 iid complaint, or the same will be hear 1 and determined m is .iinence. JACOIi ELTZIIOTII, i.. p. Ju-tice of the Peace. Sept. 2Mb ltd. L' AXD0LP1I COl'MV SEHIXARI" JO 1 1 COOl'IMl, Iiiuciinl, The next term of this Institution, ni!f commence on the first Muulay (Tili) of, September , 1 ' ('l. Tuition IN r Term of Ten Week -. Primary Department 'j:'!.."' Academic from .:,:'. to S'.,'J Incidental Fee per term, !." cts. j T -tj p;,TIlblc at the middle of the term, r i deduction for absence, excf t in cast- , i , i. ..I,.,. , . ill jTiMUiiru ro nur?. , a ui viini.i dress John Cooper. THOMAS KI.KK, C. S. cnoDKlCH, A. H. HAU'? IS. KDWAUD LDOKR, JAMES i; HOW" NE. Tru-tee'-. 18g:j. WEHDEN & CO., Dealers and Jobbers in j HOOKS & STATIONERY, I Pluitnr-jhri an 1 PIIOTOGKAITI ALBUMS: J Largest Stock of I MEDICAL BOOKS, t i j In this State ; al.o, i j WALL AND WINDOW PAPER, CJilt Window Shades, CURTAIN GOODS & WINDOW .YO. !2G, OPPOSITE GLENN'S CLOCK, Indinnnpoli, In ilia tin. All oidcrs promptly filled, Cash and Trade for RauJ. 11 H. Sc il. T. AATHO.W, Muitilnetiirtrn f riiot''r.iphic Material? Ö0I HROADU AV, X. V. CARD P 11 (frb GRAPHS. Our Catalogue now einr.ico con-ider.i bly over I'our Tlious;unl dillVrent uh j'öt.i (t wliich iiJ'litioiiH arc con t i 11 1 j : 1 1 y being nude) of rurtmit. of F. miucnt Aim ricans etc., viz: 72 Mnior-flem r.iN, I -" -t iteme n. lO'l llrip-Centrals, 2.V. ColoneN, M Lieut. Colonels 207 (Uber ( MlictiM, CO Navy Otticrrs, 117 I'loinineiit D.viiiey, 1 Hi Anthi'M, 'M) Arti.-ts 1PJ St ie, 1(1 Proin'nt y(n.en Foreign I'orlrait. j,.vo rorn:s or uoitus or ai:t, Inclmünp reproduction! of the tnoft cele brated Loprtvinp. r.iintit'-. Ft.itus, vc C.itnloui feot on tvr't f Stmp. An order tor One Dozen PICTt'RKS fio:a msr Catalogue will be tilled on receipt of SI. SO, nJ seut by mail rt e, photouraThüT .M!ÜMS. Of thcte we nanufacture a prent variety, rancinjr in price lnm i'J cent to ."0 eaeli. Our ALl'.U.MS have the rertit it?i of beiti? joiperiof in beauty aid dur.ihdity tu any other. The ?ma'ler kind e in te stnt i tftly by mail at a postage of t't cuit pir oz. The more expensive can be ent by ex I ress. UV k:o let p a large aortmrnt of Sterescopes AND . r i n ir .1 j IN L h Ii L i I U 1 11 I ft. H r. ! Our Catalogue of the will beei.i tj any ! ii . . f.. ....... nujris oarece.pi oi sia.;.i,. K. & II. T. ANTHONY, M.muf.u.turen' of riiotojrrnpliic Materials. 30! IlKO.DVAY, NEW VORK. KfienJ or relatives 0f prominent military men will confer a furor by sending u their Hkenem to copy. I her will be kept care- fully nd returned eniniured I'inr Allmmi Mnde lo Order for Con- prrpatioDi to present to their Taster, or for other purpose with auitable in'Tiption Ac. nT 6m DR. SWEET'S Tin: rj..lt rvtnrnnl T?rmnr1v. ' ' FOR IUI KUM ATIS.M, ('.OUT, NK1K Ah- C.., Ll'MHAdO. STIKf MXK AND JOIN I S.SPKAI.NS, umsT.S. H' lS AM V( ll'NDS, P I b b . 1 bAU' ACHl.. AND Abb Kllb M A I (, AND NbUV OL'S UfSOfitxKliN. Yot all of which it is a rci!y certain - nu - Jy, an l ntv.r UU. 'IVm bininui.t i jj.rtpirra tiom tne rec'.pe oi it. .itimu : St t of C'Milietticut, the f.im.iii bone Sit- Jlrr.niiJ h;i bteii ii?ed ill Ui er iitice lor ,,,rc tlun twenty ve.irwit!i ti-e most As- t t: is ti i n r mk AS AN AbLbVIATOIi OK PAIN, it unr vailed ly any r. i alien l.tt rc the public, of which tU Jüt W j tical tuny le coi.vinctd hy fdi-k" tii.il. This IJiiiuunt will cure : i lly aud ru!i cally, KHKL'MATIC DlSOKI)l.l,S of oe ry kind, und in lli'Misands of ca;ts wlurc it h is hten u.ed it has never lceu knowu tj fail. t'Ull N E V KAbCiIA, it will affo.di m nie dintc rtlitl in evtry case, however diitre-M- It will relieve the wort case of IIKAD- ACIIK in time ininutts and is warranted to d it. TOOTH At' UK also will it cure instantly I'or nervous 1 1 it v (mil uenernl Lassitude aririns from imprudtice or ex ce-, tliis Liniment is i most hapav and uti tailing rt tnedy. Acting directiv upon the lii rvmi? tiaii .. it Klieii"tnens aii'i revivuies ' ....,....... 'ctcin, and rotorc it to tl..?ticity and viiror. I'ir Pile, As an external remedy, we c'aini that it is the wf.jt Known, and we rhalieiiire thy world to produce an ctiual. I hvery victim of this distressing complaint should Ive it a trial, lor it will not fail to . iv l ! i i . . l : .. r J cases will eiltet a uaimcaf. cure. Quinsy and Sort Throat are foroe times extremely malign ant und dui'M rous, hut a timely application of this Liniment will never fail 10 cure. Sr,r.iin am nmetimrA virv nlutinntp. am iiir,r,llt.t 0f the joints is liable to occur . J .i..... ' iirir. Cut. M'imn!.Snrr. I'lcrrs. . . . .. : . T ij.m,. aiK Scitld, viM r idilv to the wonderful healing propi'i ties of Dk.Vwkki'h NrA , IB, F Liximknt whni u.d accnidini; t0 directions. Also, Chilblain, Tiosttil IVj-t. Inject "j,sVv ; hN hltl HUKbh U iNhh should have this rcnitdv at hand, for its , timely ihc :it the first appe:ir.mce of Lam m sswill elfectu ill v I'i'cv nt those formi la- i hie disea-i -, to which all horses are liable. j and winch render so in my otherwise valua- , j b!e horses nearly worthier. j : Over f)ur hundred voluntary testimonia's ' to the wonderful curative- pn.p.itiesof this. j,i i iiieui uiM' in en rcci n u iiiuii iiii-i im 1 . .. . ' ...... ...... .. . I . I 11.111 l-..tn I.. !.lklld i w i ..i, ..ii.. ... .i.v... ....... t.w ....... mine uiw rm.1 urn. I idltlOIl. To avoi.l imjiosiiioM, observe the Signa ture and Ikeness of l)r. Sweiton vi i v 1 1- bid, .ui i :t(; !n n Sw eet'- n t a ! I .i!e t l.'.l.lllM Ill DlOM III lill' j:i,lri r.U-.i eoi- tie, without which norii are penuiiit. IIU'IIAUDSflN CO . Sole Proprietors, Norwich, t't. For Sale by i I. Dealer.-. Illy, ..... . I i t l Liber Collets Session comniGiicßs tlie J?n-1 Wednesday of September, 'SEPTEM ! II " IJ iTM j To Cfiiitinue fourteen weeks. S!:Ss;: .......... .-, , 1 .V 'St ct. I I'.ourd .cr week . ."!l j The patroiiiijre of the y.l.Ii- i invited. ! l.ni.Nl.'KU Tl'CKKI!, A Ft:U" REASONS WIIV T-iF. AMEIilC XNWA'n' IS TH!: Ri:-5T. It nude on tlie lu-st j;i:u iv!,;!c ll,e loreiii w itc.i ih j.jier.i.Iy m i le a nu j n:i eiple at all. Let iii look at the eontriM. .... r . I he fori ipn r te!i is in )stly nndc by w..-uen and Ins, by hand. Wl:lc their labor is cliean, their work df:r at any price. Such wntchvs are m u!e without plan, an 1 sold without inr a'itee. Th.y an" irregular in constri.el'uo, and iuite a irrful.ir in m vt ment. They are deim 1 only tu sell, ami tliv buyer is t'ie put) most t!i-r(, uhly I . Tifsc who h ive kept "ncref'," ''1. pines" anl "Siwyi levers" in profes-ed iejiir for a few years v. i 1 1 npjireeiat tho trnlh ot'our -t it. meiit. the r l a n or the a m c a n AVATl'l!. Instead of beins made of scviral hnndrtd i . . . ,t i i r httlc pieces, screwed to-relhir. the body of ine .American .ntn is lornw-i ni .""-ii.il rhATT.S. No jir intern re with tin hw- l II' . 1 ."V"- V m iv of its working, and no sudden snot k can tlirow it. in ichiiurv out of .' :ir. Si. . -- ccxion of onv part from auotlu r is unknown to its constitution, and it: riding or any bud. iness pursuit, it is all hJd together as firm ly as a sin-le piece of nitial, It isjut what all niachitury should bc lst. ACCni-ATIi- 2j.si.Mru:. :id. sTnoN'c. Ith. IX'ONOMICAL. We not only joenre ("II I'A PN LSS by our system, but QUALITY. We do not pre-' ... , . , , , 1 tend that our W itch can be bought for len j money th in the f treten rnake brlirvc but lliat for its real value it id sol I for one h ilf . . j tlie price. OUIi SOLDIHU'S Watch fntnied WmJ F.llerv) is what U name indicates S . lid, I Substantial, and always Ueli .ib'.i w arranted . . , ..-mi- I..,- to stand any amount ot Marching, Iiidmr or1 m orVvriV r "'it 'f'V- III Or V A l -.II . named P. S. Ji.utlctt) is . , , , s.milar in is. ze and general appear nee, but h n m-if' jewel,. and a nore elaborate fini-d. OUII LADIKS' WATCH, rece.uly brought out, is put up in a great variety of pittcrn, m.'iiy of tliem of rare beauty and workmanship, id cpaitc null, but warranted to kep time. OF II YOFNt; OKN T I. KM AN 'S WATCI i neat, not l.ir,:e and jut the thing for the pockt t of Vo in Ann riet. Till- PROOF of the merits of oiir watch tiny be fou.iJ in the fact tint u c now tmploy over f: e lull Ired workmen in our factories, ml that we Hreftill unable to supply the contantly increi-in demand, ot a TilRFi; Ql-AIITUR PI. ATK WATCH is thin tic r and an 1 lighter thm tlie otlura that we have decribed. Its line chronomt ter bilanro 5 d.li.M.ir . i..i...t --.v ... u. nw.t ij n'iju .iiu ,'jr luuril the variation caused by changes of tempera ture. These Watches are chronometrically rated, and are the fruits of the !teit exper iment in chronotnetrr and are made br our orVmen, in a separate Ui partment of our factory. For the tinest time-keepiug quilities they challenge comparison with the best work of the most famous Fnglish andSwj? maker. THE CtKEAT American Tea Company, 51 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK; Sine its of'auixation, has created a new cr in the history of "Wholesaling r.IVas IN TINS COUNTRY. Tbev have introduced their selection of TE-rt.S, nd are selling them at not our Two Cents (.02 Cents) pr pound Korr cu.sf, itrrrr thruituiy from th OXH VUIVE ASh'KD. .W'th.T peculiaiitv of tlie Company U. th-it t!e ir '1 .. Tastke not only d votes Iii! timer the election of their TKAS ns to itialitv. value, and particular stvlrn for par ticular loyal-tic, of country, but he http the buyer tn rhooe ut f their enorvou$ ttock Kurh Tea .j are bet uilavted to hi f nrlirular icantt, and not only this, but I -A nls vut to him the lent bargains. It is er.sy fcc the incalculable ailrvnt at;r i Tka" I'.i vkr had iu this cstblu-bmcut oecr all other i. If he is. wojtt.ljr of Ten, or the Mfuket, if his timr valuahle, ho ha.- all the bene lits of a well orr uiized system of doinc: busi ness, of ai immense capital, of the jiuyotcnl of a professional Tea Taster, and the Knowledge of superior saleiuica. This enables all Tka buyer? no nvUer if they arc thouAnds of'niiles from this ni'irket to purchase on as good terms here ns the .New 1 ork merchant?. Parties can order Tka and wiM b served Ijv us n well as though they came tii.'niM'h p. bein pure to pit orisimtl packntfe, true weights and ta:es; and the Tea- urc Warranted as ripreseutcd. W'c Hue a Price Lit of the Company's Tens, which will be sent to all who order it; COMPRISING Hyson, Young Hyson, Imperial. Gunpowder, Twankay end Skin. Oolong, Souchong,; Orange aucl Hyj:OH -PckOC. j.ipan T a of every elescriplion, color cj .,j unctdored. Tli5, n,t h Ku. kind of Tka divided in v.vim . . i.. . o i cn i; i, to lOLK I i a-is. ii itnelv : LAiCuO, hi-jn ! - 9 ! ,.Ai?i; r ' sT ti.t ..v.rv i, I v......, . . ., ..... ...... I t;i.iy uiidirsland from description and the 1 price min xed that the Couipjiiy nie leter I. lined to Ulldcrcll the whole t i: a trade. - ..I.. I. ..I) ATI f 1IT W 'l.'A - r yi'ininirr in wit .Dili vj- ji at rot uci r TWO CENTS i'.Oi rrri) per j.oiui.l ahitrecost, beli. vin' this tobe i.ttnict- e- to them my w ho have lit retolore been pa; in? E'.ioimoti Piofits. I i GREAT AMERICAN TEA COWFANY, lurnirrnis ami jomti.us, i , No- 51 Vcscy Strect- ; 10 ui ISTEVvT "YOBIC. HALLOO!! Inn people are hr iiuiinir at length to! 1 learn th.it thev enu Luv the !-st and i heaped Fruit and Orimmii.tal Tree ' At tlio Union City Nursery, ! Sitiiiifi.'l mir r.'ff, ii l'tiirfJi mi fix : S .. -Y.v of' 'iiir.U o.l Un Jinrfl ITtnlcJ IMr wvV and iWtftc A. '. ' Tl ;. ,. m l ,.,uu.r- .-m-.I Vi.it (;n,w ":! 'MTni.HirVi rr lln y 1, i v Ut-i n r iied find ulat,t d to v.f.r ii. n s ui . t ( . i clili: iti- ; :t ti I if oiie who ! I!) 'iMii.liIy Ii-, !i r-t;.;i!s the pi n.eij !i . of ' trowing ir.ui'S, he.ilt'iv, ttraifrLt Trt , und' , , , , r .', u In. tnrl. net in ili-.ii..I li " I i-t I or ,ni!tv t,K.k. ud, Tms or Vi)t; n, v. is u:ipatir.ieti:ry to the propagator and uf hi-rt mid stunied Tie. Thea be '.c in time. :uul instead of huv- injr of TRANSIENT CANVASSERS, W':i li-.iy che-ip, in-elected anl relived Mock ol Kisteru iiursiric, buv ner home. -M i Ii v Trees of this kind, with .'urt stub- ! by roots, olt it hall' de i I at di livi rv, ate j mim a esterti r.nu Ireis. iMiny o t!iee. peratiibtilating fellow do not know what port of Trees will he deli i red, and vi ry few care. Their object is to mil won. ! which you are verv likelv to tihd tliev hare !'u.c H'tnrc .v"u !,re thnnisli.it you listen to their lonp Ptrin's of btulf, and arc prevent- ltl lrom h, Te ' cin . y ' ' ' AI'I'LE k riiACII TREKS f t!"' l:nty for crnts n pioco, ouui- i'iiu's ui proportion, aud birge lots for ' I -w ' TJ,e IVoprit-tor slnrfed In thU butinr fo"r r.iri n'o, n i tli the i( Utliiiiiatiunof roiivincinr, by actual proof, that his Tr'e., P. int-, and Vine-, f.-r health, bcautr and thoicf kind of Fruit.-, and ood bean r.-, cannot b? irp lü.-.-d , it 4u ill.-.j, l.j- ntiy ih er concern III the whole countrv. He has hatred no labor or eipen. to have the best kind- the whole country ft-Tord.-. Th-u be wie in time, n fore it ii too lat, and increase the value of your hörne by t.l .littrwr I ........ M.f t.. .... I r , ' T ? V ' A fc l,K ""' "u" 1,1 Ki'i'ls lor the pleasure an-! profit of eating ami selling the bet quality of fruit Ä" kinds the whole year round, and pure n.i"c frf,fn,tlte th'?c srapea and berries to ein er and strengthen rou in old ae and ickne-. Huth Iruit and wine are rood fur health and strength, in their place. tier buy your Tree in the Fall, when tlT" nd jou ran pet your pick and choice of fre.lt du; Trees, with plenty of root, nn I from ' A LARGE ASSORTMENT , fv,- ,,. . . . n.. . . . , , tit all kind. 1 In m best, though jou inav m,t pat,t till Friil C Here vou will find lare lota of the fineEt AITLF., PF.ACH. DWAHF THAR, CHCURY, APRICOT THKKS, GRAFF. VINF.S, Of all the best and hardr kinds, as well as ORNAMENTAL TREES, Shrufts, Plant and J'erjnt'tal Jionct. In fhort, everjr thin- kept in a well ar- rared Nurserr. , Vn?n!nyjhs.rmnrm1 Acrnt, will be HJRNISHKI) WITH A PAMPHLET continuing pbun intructions on the subject of Plantin- and Fruit Crowin- generallr, and especially of the IVach, VUm arid Dwarf Tree pencrallr. This will be of greit advantage to beginuirs. uruers o niul solicited and promptly I fi.Ilt J f.1? the L 1 on Ului l t,,f !l,nf u 1' t'e ra.h is für arded ith the j order, the tree will be well packed, and luriiisneo at any of the Union City Ueots, rum: of charge. Customers caril for free. Agents wanted at all times to solicit orJr for trees, kc. Address, GEORGE G ER HART. I'nion Cttf, Hin4'lrk Co., tndiinm. .''ept. II, "?3. 10 NOTICE. VLL perioni InJebted to A. If. Harrit. are requested to come anl uakt aet tlcment. -et. 17, 16C3. II J. C. HIRSH. s :icav ir.T!R- r i MEÜ GOODS AT LOW PRICES roit AT THK Winchester Drug Store! HK HAS AT ALL TIMES on hand a choice collect5on of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, . DYE-STUFFS, PERFUMERY, Aivl eve ry thing that it to be found at any Drug-Store in the West. lie also Dealer in WALL, WINDOW AND WRAPPING PAPER, Stationery, AND School Books! (;o and try him. 0 O.N" GOIjSTG c have bought I It. .HcConncII't STOCK OF GROCERIES, which we iutend to C IV TT. AT PH T !' - - - - -mr - ( g() ns tc) pjVP r0om for new poods. AP 6 , n j,, f(r the citi.en of Winchester and j Vicin:ty to examine nd price our good We are sure we can pire entire f tisfactioti. i -. . . . i : n rn:.. - . ..... . . irn.1 niiriuivii lnl uiiiiiL v Hi . i s iivi N".r .nods in Randolph und djoiuinS ' 4 . w I Ccunlies. CASH PAID FOR ff-s, Batter, Iant, and 11 kinds of COUNTRY PIJODUCK. IJacon of the HESTqnalitj kept contnt Iv in hand. We have peach juiv from. . 1 ! ! . . 11 ' V,e "ri"un" r.x.rt. ninp iiend. to reward ir enemies to puc.kb.w. intend seliinir on the iu:a d r.FA r system Strirt attpn t ion nil id to mall chiU : ,!rrM wlu.m parent may end lor j SuN. Soldier's nie. tnkru for Sept. 1, lsG:). J s n - . . I I IJ Co., ! JtfJ Q J 111 (56 PUBLISH THK NDIANA REPORTS, (17 VOU Mil,) PERKINS PRACTICE, -AND- Harbour and Holland's Manual For Fiecntoriti Administrators and O'unrdiam. J'rirc 8-.r- They bare tbo only large Htock of La ami .Hiccllniicoti BOOKS In this State. They wholesal CV SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIOMERr On thn beat of terras. They are principal Agents for Ilarnard'l Corrugntod, C'ircular-ruinted, Anth Corrosive Steel rem $'2 per groi. Order of MERRILL Cc CO., c;ieons Dlock, Indiauapolis. aug2-?-B J. Q. A. ROBERTS, Dealer in DEY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND NOTIONS a no ?r nu: s, And erery thing uiuallj found in eounfy "lre, AT THE OLD SEARL CORNER, DEERFIELD, IND. 1