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PRICE CURRENT, COttCCTED EVERT WEEK IT JOHN ROSS ft ET til. DEU.tR I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, PKODVCK, WILD CAME. KTC, t'jr. Vain ar J FraoVlm Ms., Winch Kr. Wheat Crn Flour per cwt Flour per bll Corn Meal jtr bu Sujrar per lb Mjl srs Sorghum per gil'n N. Orlen- go 1516 GO 70 i yrun " i ii" Cotfre per lb 33 3u ttiDLK rra La.- Tallow Star Opil Thee r r IN Daicn Faux rra ac. i:. j 12 V; Apples per tu . $lil 25 lJV.il 1 . . 1J retches per lb Rice per lb HI.T FEE BR I. Like Tallow per lb Lard per lb. flutter per io 3 00 10 alO 1. 12 1 10 :w 35 j; 25 K 12a 1 5 10 1 -0 1 50 l :.n in 12 10 40 Kj per doz. Kein perbu... Ruekets Hroorn Wah Hoards.. Crackern per lb Madder pr 11. Alum Indigo per oz ;... (!onjif r TE TER Ii I m: rial Yoiwi Hyson Hlick I)ricl Currant. D.-ie.l Prunes. ... Print Citron IVpper 'pice , Potatoes JO 1 2: i., 1. jl c. kail no.vi) TIME TABLE. KS 3'." Train on thit roau past W'iuchetter a$ folloic: GOI1G WEST. M ML nt nicht r.xriJF.ss at LOCAL FHLbWIT t I'.XrUKSS 1 RKIOUT No. 1 LXIMU'N FRKldllT No. 2 e.OINii E"T. MAIL at NKfHT i:xiM;r.s-s ACCOMMODATION at 2" P. M. 2..TJ A. M. r,o a. M. :m a. m. 4.50 A. M. T.-JT A.M. 11.50 p. M 1 r.r. r. .m ktock r.xntr.ss n... ut.. ?.n i m. TOCK EXrUK.. N.,.2nt.. 11.50 P.M. W'ntwiTil Trnint. Mill Truu Wat ill stop at all station on prnrr ijnii hen:j piven Nizht F.xprens Wet will top 1 at all t - j ti.n llt 'f Union on prow r signal !: 11 r.ien. West of Union, will top at Win-j ;Uelcr, Muucie, Atvurn an t i f n.:i ton , unit. Mill Wt nill .liiie fit r.rllcfoutaine. llitnftmrd Train. Miil Trin Kit will stop 1 t P. n.lM-n. Ai'tfTn, Mutirie. WinrluMf r, Uniori, V r i iillr,Si Incy, IMIvfont.iint'. L;irur, Mil ion Alii (I ilion, 'i'ilv. J. IV. WILLIAMSON. i.r.NT. ociohlu i:Li:-noN. We are !iiMmrisl t announce ibe inmc f Tiir.iM W. llvfL" a ü tMn.Ii.Lite for J KeprcentJiti?e m Ibt? ."tate i.ejjiHiiUure. W jre ruetel to nnnotme tbe n tne if I mc P. t'r.j a a ciniii late for the t ite Sfiiate. ?T" We nr nut'iorizl I" flimmmro the Maie tif Uli! t'. Milnir, of FrinkÜn! T- nhip, eanrl-tH tor .4 pprai-t r Jl F.tite of ItiitiIolh comity, at the tu in OtotxT flection. We ire awthorii to announce the i-nn f ('. F. Alenler - c wi.Vi.l.ite for n-e- t It-rlion to the oflii of (o:tiity Cor.iiu;.i"0 j er nt h' (i,iiUt (ctohfr LU-otion. j Ve are authorized t aiuiouive CieiKinit ut Henry 1. Cox as a Cau libtte for Appraiser of JJeal Instate! for Randolph C.muty. XfWe are requested to annouuno the name of IMeaaut I (iutt as a can-; didate for Countv Survevor TIILItl' WILL Hi: A I 4JJt. .. i t. , ..t im.. ni ;u rou ii i in uu- i.uui t nun- i Ler, the Committee of Arrangements 1 lias postponed the time of holding the Randolph County I-'air one week. ! Jt will ronjnirnci on Wednesday. 14th day of Oct. and continue four da vs. J)r. A. I TKAL, N. P. 1 1 1: ASTON. LA UK IKVIX, Coiniiiifter. i :. a i i N iiiva not i ci :. I will be in Farmland on the 1st Saturday, in Oct. next for the pur pose of examining all who wish li cense to teach. Notice particularly intended for those of Greene, Mon roe and Stanley Creek Townships. Hour of examination, half past 0 o'clock, A. M. P. II I ATT, School Kxainr. Sec nv Advertisement of John Scheibler at Farmland. He has the monev. Js- 0. Brice's letters have been.: a feature of interest in our piper (or , some time. We print put ot one recently received from him this week, and will give (he rest in our next. cmcciT roritT iuoci:i:dix:s. State of Indiana rs. Calvin Hunch. The Jury found the defendant guilty of murder as charged in the indict. menU and he was sentenced to con fluent nt in the State Prison for the remainder of his life. State of Indiana Peter Leaver, Grand Larceny. Jas. X. Templer Pros. Att'y; Moorman Way for de fendant. "Jury trial. Verdict, not guilt)-. State of Indiana rs. James A. Hill, Arson. Jas. Templer, Pros. Att'y.; March A Way for defendant. Jury trial. Case not concluded. who is KipoNsim.i:. Although we have a good fence around the souare, hogs and cattle still occupy their cd! pasture ground. The latches on somc of the gates are worthless, and it is all the same as if there were no fence. When men are paid for doing anything they should do it properly. PERSONAL. Hon. Win. Mitchell. Member of Conre.4 from the 10th District was in town a few days ao. We saw Col. Shanks on the street a few days ago. He has ,een very ill, and U yet far from being well. He sajs his regiment is full" Josqdi (lantz, of Green Town-shi-i, hns for some time been very ill, but at last advices was expected tu recover. Dr. A. F. Teal is, at this writ ing, quite low wiUi fever. Tin: r:Li:crio. One week from next Tuesday will be Klec-tion day. Kvt-ry man who feels any interest in public affairs should go to the Kleetion and vote. If he dors not, he has no right to criticise any ollicial proceedings. If a man is not represented it U his own fault. .See Xotiee in this paper, of olli cers to be elected. I'ASSINf; TIIICOL'CH. Col. Silas Colgrove was in town for a few hours on Tuesday, Sept. liOth. His regiment was on its way tore-enforce Hoseerans, and the Col. came this way to see his family. We have for a long while expect ed to hear of Col. Colgrove s pro motion; he has been in the service from the very first of the war; and wc suspect that it is because he has simply been fighting and nothing else that he i not now a Hrigadier. Nobody has ever been employed to write him up. Tin: Student's Kkpositorv. Vol. 1, No. 1. This quarter pub lication of the students, male and female, of thi Union Literary In stitute at Spartanburg. Randolph county, Ind., is interesting, not be cause its merits are great when com pared with those of other imgazines, but because it in entirely die pro duction of colored writers. Yh'n the slender rati -atioinl advantages of the authors are taken into ac count, tome ot'the articles will be fou .d deserving of prii&e. The en terprise should be encouraged. Cits. Cautt.'. I he Lditor ot the depositor, Messrs. Smothers and Buckner, were at our oiliee a few days ago and informed us that liiey lud met with very encouraging success in obtaining subscriptions to their magazine. Wc earnestly recommend all our friends to send for a specimen copy and mi'js: ribe lor the work. On sale, and subscriptions received, at this ollue. !;" cents a tingle num her; 3d cents per ytar. - --fr - orn fashion dtpa rtjitnt. From a Fashion Magazine just re ceived we extract the following de scriptions of dre.-scs lW the draw ing rooui. We are sure our readers will th.-mk us for such i;i!onn:itoin on a subject of o much importance. ' Train of rieb u nite glace, hand si;:rly trimmed with botiillonnec of thulle and ruches of satin ribbon, w hite court petticoat of white tliulle bouillouucc over white silk slip, bou quet of lilie-of-the-vallcy and Jo v quils, Coiijure d t!ie saiae, thulle veil, and court plume." "Train of white gros grain, ele gantly trimmed with tliulle en fes tous et en noeuds, interspersed with sprays of pink roes. Skirt of white glace, trimmed en carries with thulle and noeuds of white satin ribbon; tuni:pie de thulle de Maline, looped with bouquets of loses, A.c., iVc' va Lt'AiiLi? r:'ATi:ai. We observe that one of the at tractions of the Wavne Co. Agri- cultural Fair, at Ubhmord last week was the performance of a woman walking on a rope, high in the air. This exhibition was in the Fair grounds, and was announ ced as having been arranged by the ollicers of the society. Precisely in wlnt way tili lenture was in tended to benefit the Agricultur.il interest, or any other interest which the Fair was meant to aid, we are not informed. Maryland pipers say that at present rapid rates the slamiwdc of tdaves from that State will soon render all talk about Emancipation unnecessary there will be none to emancipate. One planter near Port Tobacco lost eleven a few nights since. Owners take the loss as matter of course, since there is no feasible means of prevention. Com. pensated emancipation is probably more popular there now than when the president firt propo.-ed it. STATi: It Hi I ITS." It is not a 14 State right" to hold slaves. Slavery constitutes no part, not the minutest of the "Sovereign ty" of a State. Slavery may be wholly obliterated in a State, and her powers, jurisdiction, and rights re main wholly unimpaired. Indeed the phrase "or Stale' U a misno mer, for States do not ow n slaves. Individuals in a State may hohl slaves but the State itself does not. Hence it is all shallow sophistry to sav that the abolition of slavery in fringes on State right?. Remove c v erv slave from Tennessee, and she be a State just a supreme s well orS,Ze, . as loS. .mate a,l as vigorous as she was bclorc the re- mSvol, and iot likelv, a'goo.1 deal more so, judging from the experi enceof other State which have abolished slavery. yash rillt Un on. nnow.TLcnvs kno.xvillk aviiic and itnnr.L vkntilatok. I proj)Ose to publish a weekly and tri-weekly journal, bearing the above title, at Knoxville, in East Tennes see, and the weekly paper, made up from the coutents'of the tri-week-Iies. I propose tosend out to distant subscribers for two dollars per an num, invariably paid in advance.- Subscriptions and remittances will be forwarded to me at Cincinnati, from which point I expect to ship my paper and materials. I expect to is sue the first number in October, as it was in that month, two years ago, my paper was crushed out by the God forsaken mob at Knoxville, called the Confederate authorities. I will commence with this hell-born and hell bound rebellion where the trai tors, forced me to leave otf, and all who wish the paper would do well to begin with the first issue, as I intend that single pap-.T shall be worth the subscription price to any uncondi tional Union man. In the rule of my editorial eon duct, I shall abjure that servility which destroys the independence of the Press, and east from me that factious opposition which gives to party what is due to country. And whilst the name of my journal indi cates, in unmistakable terms, its pol ities, I shall, as a faithful sentinel, forget Whigs, Democrats, Know Nothings, and Republicans, and r- meniber only my Government and the preservation of the Federal Un ion as richly worth all the sacrifices of blood and treasure their preser vation may cost even to the exter mination of the present race of men, and the consumption of all the means of the present age ! Publishers inserting this prospec tus once, prominently, and sending me the paper to Cincinnati, will be favored with an exchange. Set. 7, 1SG0. W. G. Iteow.NLow. tiii: r.Loiiv oftiilsi: ti.mfk. The greatest glory of thpse times, lies not in the triumph of battle fields; not in the victories of phys: ical force; not in the splendid suc cesses of military skill; not even in the saving of a nation's lire; but it lies in the noble qualities of man hood that the time has called forth; in the capacities lor lirm endurance and uncomplaining sullcring that are everywhere displayed: in the he roism, devotion and sell sacrifice with which so many youth and men of the noblest stamp have le.t all that was attractive at Jso.i e to give themselves to th?ir country; in tlit beautiful puhmissiveness and heroic generosity of the homes Ihat have oper.ed their dooi s and con sented to he robbed ol their dearest treasures that the nation and hu manity may l e enriched; in the helpful sympathies and charities that have made every community and almost every home among us holier, in the extraordinary loiti tude shown everywhere by the wounded soldiers in the hospitals; and, finally, in the triumph which, through all the? sublime quilities and deeds, is being achieved for the sacred principles. tint arc the true inspiration of the nation's lit'. j r. ;r. j. Pot itr. Tins year Lord Palmerston, the Ibitijh Premier, has given nine pensions to literature, four to sci ence, .and one to education. The moet noticeable of ihese are $"00 a ear to Miss Frances Urowne, an Irish gentlewoman, blind al most from her birth, who has writ ten a novel or two, ar.d some very good poetry; to Oerald Massey, $3.")0, 'Mn appreciation of his ser vices as a lyric poet, sprung from the people;' and to Mrs. Atkinson, $500, in consideration of her bus band's contributions to geographic 2I science the fruits of six years' explorations in Eastern Siberia and Mongolia, during which she ac companied him, and aided in pre serving a record of his researches. why Tiin (; ais wr.vr to nri i:it i.V. IIistory tells us that ancient Rome even in times of festival, was always as quiet the grave after the close cf niirht a fact which DeQuincev thus accounts for: They went to bed early in those ages, simply because their mother earth could not allbrd them candles. She, good old lady or young lady, (for gcologi.-ts know not whether she is in that state of her progress which corresponds to gray hairs, or to i n f incy; or a Cer tain age,') she, good lady, would certainly hive snuddered to heir any ot her nilions inquiring for candles. 'Candles, indeed! she would say, who ever heard of such a thing? and with so much excel lent diylight running to waste as I have provided gratis? What will the wretches want next? The Romans therefore, who raw no joke in sitting round a table in the dark, went otFto Led as the darkness be gan. Everybody did so. Old Numa Pompilius himself was obliged to trundle offin the dusk. Tarquini us may have been a very superb fellow; but I doubt whether he ever j saw a larining rusn ngrn. .Anu 'thotiTh it mnv he ihouidit that nlnts , "irn; i(.s woud nourish in . , , . . . considered that the. conspirators themselves had no more candles honest men; both parties were in the dark' POETICAL AND PRACTICAL. On a recent visit to CaUkill, an artist was standing on the main high- way back of the village, contemplat- ing a rare aun set. The heavens oerucd Hooded with golden and pur - pie light, and field and mountain glittered with the reflecting glories of the sky. Our artut stood mute with rapture, carcfullv noticing the changing and intermitting hues.- jus; then ne perceived a person I V . . a a standing hy his side, and turning to him exclaimed with enthusiasm: What a magnilfceut picture you have here !" 'Whereabouts?'' w3 the inditfer ent reply. 'Look all around; the mountains, the heavens, the setting sun, what picture can surpass such a view?" This was spoken with a spice of j vexation and disappointment at the j stranger's want of sympathy with the ' scene. j 'Why, yes, I have often thought that if- ." Our friend then began to feel that he had done injustice to the unimaLM- native gentleman, and turned eageilv towards him, in prospect of some fine sentiment inspired by the pros- I t 1 J 1 j I " I Whv, ves, I have often thought that if I could raise money enough to set up a cake and beer stand here, itwouldn't pay bad, 'cause lots of folks travel along this neighbor hood r jt-fTThe meanness and malignity of the rebels are well illustrated in the following anecdotes related bv the Vicksbnrg correspondent of the ! St. Louis Republican : Near Edwards' Station I met two , . , , . , , . . . . . highly respectable butternuts, each , rdl ivillg a wretched mule, geared to . . . a riCKCtty cart. j "Wherc arc VOU roinfr?" I said. i -10 lcicsDurg, 10 uraw raiions, i was the reply. And where do vou liver" "At I'ottom Station." They were going thirty miles to partake of tho generous bounty of the Government they have doubtless a helped to overturn. Light miles from Vicksbnrg, I heard u young lady ask one of our ' general ollicers for a pass to go into j the city to get food from the Feder- al commissary. In the same breath, ; .hc expressed the pleasant wish that j every Yankee might be shot. , j Heverdy Johnson made an r.d- j dress at Saratoga on Friday, at the close of the County Fair. On the sbite of the Ration, he said the (Jovemment must be sustained. As to Slavery, it was an evil spirit, Iruitiul of National diilicultie-8, and must finally fall in the contest wilh free principles. He said of the Proclamation that such slaves as it liberated could never be re-ensliv ed; where they were not liberated, : the people would settle the maitcr themselves w hen they came back to the Union. Jr.ul blibV Iiit, A Li.t of Letters rem liainp; in the Post OHict' in Winchester, October Nt, lliH, whieh will be pent to the Dead Leiter Oifu-e ihe tir.-t d..y of November, if not called for before : B Drandom John K, Unrkheimrr Lydi.i A.; Hurt on Thoma-i, HUey II. '., Ihm ton T. P., Il ingli William. C Copjursmitli F.-ederick, Carrier lie becja . D Davis Marion, Debcnport Stejihen, Dais A. M., Driver, Capt. J., Dowin (bor'e, Dill Ittbccta. ElMwards .lohn tergt., Klliott Clark. p Fouse J auf 3 H Harris Robert, Hickman Malinda S. J Johnson Joseph. K Kelley T. T., Kin? Daniel, PlMiller Henry P., Marks I.rael, May James. N-N'cal FJizt, p IMielp.H William V., Tenre David, Smith I'etcr, Smith Llishi, Stinson Siz., Sliaw Jacob. "T Tucker CaWin, Thomas John. Y Vanrtl George, W Winans J. II.. West Terry M.. White Michael, Wheeler William L. Total 40. l. fnm l I '.. , ,. . ... .n , . , ,, above list will please say "advertised. i 1 ,. I1Ir,f,V; i i .... . , n . i . i Jr-i ! Wmchestrr, Oct. In., 1M..I. ! mmmmmmmmmmmmmTmTm 1 '"Attention every body ! Werden & ,i. , ". i ... .. p Co., Hooksel ers, Ktitioners k Wall l per ' ' ' Dcalcrs.nt Indianapolis, are selling out their immense stock of wall paper at old price. I hey hive nlso a splendid assortment i . - . , . , . gilt w.ndow ,hads and paper curtains win- dow natures, ht. Ilieir tock ol I hoto- graph albums. I'hotoraphs, cold pens ic, cannot be beat in the State. Don't forpct them, when you vieit Indi anapolis. See advertisement. TO HORSE OWNERS! DR. SWKnrM IN FA L LID LH LI XL ME NT FOR HORSKSis urrivaled by rnv. and in all cases of Lameness, arisinp f:om Sprains, Bruises or Wrcnchinp, its flVct is magical mid certain. Harness or Sa ld'c Calls, Scratches, Mange, Vc, it will als. ' cure speedilv. rpavn and Rmpbonc mir 1 i m .....I -.. i IR ta5"J - i i"r ucip- icnt sta-;i, br.t confirmed cn s re bejond the possibility of m radUal cure. No case uf the kind,' however, is s' desperate er u , , . Vä ii - . , , ... hopeless but ,t may le alleviated by this Liniment, and its faithful applicntion will always remove the Lameness, and enable the horses to travel with comparative eae, , i ii, Lverj horse owner should nave this rem- cJy at hand, for its timely use at the frt appe.ira-icc of Lameness will tflVctuallyjrc- vent thoe formidable dieaes mentioned, to which all horses are liable. and wh'ch render so manr otherwLe valuable hnee. worthless. ee advertiseueut, 12 NOTU'i: TO SCHOOL TEA CI I LI!. I ih to employ ten or twelve poo l S. hool Teachers for a term of fjur months. Schools to commence on the rst Monday In Noyrmtcr next. None need ap ply eicert those that hare jrood certificates. 10 ;.T.HIATT, Trustee. Washinjtoc Township. JVQT ALCOHOLIC, . . . j A HlSuy Concentrated y y y ipi n r; v m p (on YaYi v L Al) lA'j bA 1 It AIL j A pJRE TONIC I j pR HOOFLAND'S PTDlVTAfl T"!TrPrPP"RQ ' U-CiiiiliaJM U 1 1 1 -lt&, PREPARED BY PhilntlHnliia, Pa. WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE Ijivcr Complaint, !)ylKpia: .1 nuiiriicp, Chronic or Xtrvous Dd'dibj, Dkiases of (he Kt'Jnft. anJ nil (incases (trisiiy from a dhorJind L'vtr or Stomach: Such as t'ntipatioi, Inward Piles Fulness l1r.l II.. ,,1 ,.;,! i 1 1- tf : ini i rh ; x.aiM(a. Heirü.um, l)ipu.-i lor KooJ. Ful- j nt-ss or WViirht in the towith, Sour Kruc- -ation. Sinking or Fh.tttri.1: at the Pit of u,p, f'l! To V'ri Ii, ripil ml ll flifillt Urrutl) I ''. I I IT Lf .It the Heart, Choking or Sull"-citi:i Sfiiaatinns when in :i l.vinp jotme, V 'mm-fs of Vision, I"t -r Webs l.cf.re tl.c Si-ht, Fever nml Dull P.iin in the Ib.-:ul, D. ti.ency of Per- aninlif.n V. ! ! . I tt II I'-i lt lllO Skin .111(1 FvtS. . i i i i I w ii i " .-... - - ----- . r Pain in the Side, Pck, Chot, Limbs. c, Su.Iden Filches of Hon, Hurniiiir in the ! Fles!, Con et uit Innfi'iiingi of Kil, ar.d groat Depression of Sp rita. And will positively prevent Yellow Tc ver, Hiliutis I'ever, JLc. TIIF.Y CONTAIN NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY! They will ccrf. the above dicaes iu nine-tv-ninc cases out of a hundred. In Incrd ty the extensive pile and univer sal popularity of llooflandV ('crmnn Uitteri ' (purtlv vejret ib!e,) liots of ignnr.int Q iack i'd unscrupuh-m udventurrr., hive opened upon suilrriii' hum mitv the llood-g-iU'i of x,,,,,.,,,,,, in' the ?t: of poor whi.u.-y. vilely eompoun.ied with inj iriom dru-s, and ciirifU IK'U 1 o:nc rvun it'ines aim uiut i". P.eware of th innutm-rable art y of .-1- rolmüe prepiratioin in pit tboric bnt!o nt f!ir bellieil ki'"?, u uer the mx!et npp IIa- tioIl of i;ttrr:,; which, instead of emin.', only ajrr-ivate li.-ea, -: leave the di;.ip- pointtd snifl'erer in de?piir. HoQÜand's German Bittere ! Are not a new nn 1 untried nrtiole, hut h ive ptootj the test of 15 years trial by the Amer icH? public ; and tlieir reputation sind ?ie nie not rivalled by any similar preptr ition . Flip proprietors h ive thousauJä ol betters fmm the most eminent CXKI'VMLN, LAWYKUS, PHYSICIANS, and CITIZENS, Te-tifunof their own prronl knowhde to the betiefibial tll'ect uu I medical virtues 0f t!use Jlitt.rs. i) joh want sometliin- to strength en )ii: !) vii want i j;ool Apotile! Do ou want to bin hi u your fon- siiliition ! Do yu limit to feel W'il ! Do you wai.t to j:ct lid of .Nervo u ne ! Ii y'i ivr.iit TTnr-tv! 1); ui'.i vaiii to sleep Well! Da ott want a it risk and Vigorous I Ye li nc! 11 .v," d0 uc 1 : 'VJ 's ühKIA:s ATTPNTinfJ cni niFRQ I Kit I IIIS OF SO LI) I K i, v n e .n i : .a- We call tlie ntt.'ntion of all havin.' rela- tii'tis or Iriends in th? ar;Tv to tlie fact that II K)l'LND tbrmin Jitters" will cure niiie-tt nth.s of the iii.-eaes induced by c; o'ires sind privations incident to car.:;1 lilc. In the liitr', pu'olhed aUoo-t d.iilv in the newsp ip r, on i !i; nrriv.il of the f.ek, it will be noticed 'h it a very lare Top"r tion are ullerin troni drbility. -".n v caie ot that kind can he readily cured by Hoof Mvu's (o rui in Hitters. l)ieaifs res iltincj from disord rs of the digestive orr i!:j are speedily reniovid, We have n luita'.ion in statin? that, if these Hitters wire freely u-ed anion; our soldiers, l.undrtds of lives inii'ht be saved thit otherwise will be lo-t. We call pi rt i ! .ir attention to the follow in remarkable and well authenticated cure of one cf the nation's heroes, whose life, to use his own language, "ha? been saved bv the Hitters :" rmi.uM.rm , Aug. 'Prd. 1H2. Messrs. Jones A- limns; Well, irentle- men, your IIoo.'l mil's tonnm Hitters has paved my lile. There is no mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers of my com rades, pome of wIiom nani sire appended, ( and who were fullv cognizant of all tlie cir ; cuinf ances of my case. I am, and hive tuvn for the last, four years, a member of .Sherman's celebrate tl hatterv, an I nn.ier the j inniH'iIiate command of Cant. R. 1. Ayre?. j Thron j;h the exposure attendant upon my inhioTJs duties, I was attacked in Nnvcmhir . last w-'th inflammation of the limps, ami wa. for rj davs in the hospital. This w as fol- -''o 'it in I-, lowed bv creat d(b htv, l)f."htined bv nn .. i r i . i .1 i attack of ilvsenterv. I was then removed frum the White llouso, ati.J M-ritui this vitv Qn ,i();in, tiv ?tcim(.r s..ite of which I landed on the fiitli of June, iince that time I have been about as low as any one could be and still retain n spark of it il- , , , . , ifv, I'or n week r moie I was si.'urcetv ab:e t. sallow nny thirty, and if t u'il förce i tiiorel down, it was iiumediatc'y tluowa up "r1"'- I otild not even keep a p! iss of water on lBlHl. fie couhl not but under lhee circumstance.-; and, accordingly, tlie phy-i- ri ms fr inkly told me they cnuhj j do no m..re i for rue. An acquaintance who isited me at the hospital advised me to try your Hi'Ors, nt'd kindly profund a b'ift'e. IV 'in time I eonimei ceil t ikinp them the pi- ota v Ii i low of death receded, and I arn now pet tin better. Tho.iph I hive tkc but two bottles, I hive pained 10 pounds, and I feel satipnine of beinp permitted to rjin nir wife and d tu'.hter. from whom I h ive he ir 1 nothing f-r 1 m o.t!is; tor, ;o.th men. I um a loyal Virginian, frmn the vicinity of I'rjiit Royal. Virv tr-ilv vour. ISAAC MA LONE. We fully concur in the truth of the above .i., t , ' , . , ,., comrade, wir. Malone, restored to he tit i : ; JohM fiiddlebr!j, Ist N. Y.rk IMt.rv. t!i-orso A. Aekley. Co. C, Htli Maine.' Lewis he aller. 021 New York, f si''(,," 1-t Artillery. Hutery F. IL raNcnell, Co. H, 'M Vermint, ,If.,lry JrroniP Vn n Henry T. .MacelmialiJ. Co. C, Gth Maine. J I'. W an!. Co. E. .th M:iiT. I"? XL' C' "' ?" r ' athl II. Thonia . Co. F, D.ith R. nn. AncirPW j. Kii:irif. c. A. 3d Vt. Julia Jenkins, Co. H. l:'C!h Hum. Beware of CcUIlterfei S ! that the signature of "C. M. JACK- ?ON" is on the WRAI'fER of ecu r.-.ttle. - . ... . , i i . 1 rlcc Pc" Do"1P ri or tilxl1 ,,u" for 31. Shoqld vur nearr-t pi-p-t r.ot in re the ' ticie. do i.-.t b p :toJ by any r.f töe in- x:catinr prerTnt's that m iy be o'l. re l ! article toi'tMtin nre in is p' it e, but -c; d to s and we will lor ward. ecure!v -i-krd, by exi-res. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AS'1) MNJf ASTORY. No. 631 ARCH S'', JOKTES 5c IVS, 'uccessors to C. M Jacsso & Co.) I'rnnrUtAri. f7For sale Pfjggt nd Pehlen in itcfT towr. in tit t'nlai Slatei. STOVES, jj X A 'a'c -tfk JuC ro- i ( at rj loTr t nr ut 41 ' l M v A U A M MOTE U it i o iiari. .it i. ii Ci? Po.t-OfTli. O VT - vT WilichiM.T. I Ii J . r, CA I.I. Scjl. I A.N i ski:. - iv i yen es tu n jftlARfcfcE WO Hits. "Who has not lost a friend ? 19 The uni!?risjnol have now a I rgcraud better aorttneiit ol American iind Italian Marble Than has hereto fore h,t?n nffored intlii viciiiltj. '1 lioie Lo i n tf i.J ereclii.jf or Ovavc Stones, I n Tucuior j o f their loved departed, would d w e 1 1 1 o OIVL US A CAM.. Terms rcas-u a'!o. Call und examine. slati: itoonxh! We arc l?o ensa?"' i n inakinfraiid Turn 1 Slate !' if, a I ri?a.i!Hl'lo ; rue. I ho u jei it of slate ovei all tlu r tiiatfriul rr Knrin(r 1.1owjII -sialtlilu'l t rt.iilr an argument in its favor, an 1 ilnje uh iulenJ UuiUiiiir w i 1 1 li it d a Mule K o o I to bt 1 1. Best and cheapest Hoof now in"se Estimate madeor nny Information relative to the iniii s cheorfullj given hj addressing or callii'gon D. L. HOFFMAN CO., nor ly Winchester. ind. J. C01M1V. C V. OSBORN CQFFMAN & OSBORN. NOTIONS, II ATS AND CAPS, 335, 2d St., DAYTON, O. Jul V l-l."J For Dry Goods REAIJY.MADECLOTIIIXG, Hats, Caps, Boote, Shoos, KOOP SKIETS, AnJ every thinfj else of the sort, go to i ON SOUTH SIDE OF ri'BLIC SQ'RE, One Door Cast of Quick's Jewelry Store. Prints, Dolaincs, and other teres floods, CASSLMERES, &C. AT LOW ItATKS ! A full stock of Ready-made Clothinp, for Mc;i and Hoys, at low prices for the times. A I ir;;e part of my stock was bought months upo ,mhI his never been niorkiu up," as is the pencnl custom. Old cu-tomers and the public pcncrallv re invited to call and see. L. D. HUNCH. Uvvw lVl ceAvvvA cvvv Xa,w. vywcyA vvV eVVYCv OWSvW.. Ao VYA -öV S T Vv' v h. i VOVVY?., frntA.JAron5r) . ' ! L tvvYc "VvWcYva. 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W, Romvk: I).f Sir l.xt iiij tfca troubled fwf fTfr al rir witn cxtrr np ttiUilitj iv?J wrakteit. o much t t!.-t I wij niIe ( tttcr;J t Riy ordinary huinca nt tira,l nd harirg !hcir-it tbf jrondrrful cure that joar j Sc4T;.li:;4vi., i)oy Pnrifif r aivMIIIf rr .Trti.?t I WM iniUCed br x frie ud to Uf t!i m. j I hare ben uainj; the PuiifiVr fur j twelve mor.tl,..f j fin,j tbe ,nCjiru,e fo i f.ual to iu recommendations. So aluabl j is in u.e to mc, thit I can nit nor i!bporie ! nith t!ie u-e of it at m adrceJ gel , lifo fPTfr.ty-sfTfn yf.-f. I I cherfi tly pive this iuft,rmatl,.n for tif bereut of tiioe fimilarlj r.ücted. Moke; Moh;i. rillLLIPS HOUSE, J. R. KULBELL,-Proprietor. MUST EE SEEN TO BB APPRECIATED. FI.0I1EKE SEWTAG 1IACIII.E Makes I'onr Iitinrt Stitrlip On one w,J the turnt Machine, and has the Jlcrersille Feed! It combines ull the good qualities of othir first chis Marhines, and pojsrsse many ADVANTAGES over ny and all of them. It is the moft SIMTLE and PERFECT in its y chaiiiciil C otiotiurtiou of any Sewit.p Machine vit fflVred to the ptbllc, ai.d the ONLY ONE capable of makit.r MORE 1 1I AN ONr; KIND or STITCU! Tht IVrd nijiy In- Itevrrsed nt anf J'oint l)eiied without Stoppinc the Machine! Charpes for the various flitches may Lsf mai'c ln!e the machine is in motion. The Itanlij of its stitch is i usurps? sed. No e-iln r co vir mi lurpe a rnnpeof oi .Scffä liht and Leavy fabrics with rqu facility. The wotk will feed cither to the ribt f left. Run quietly; sews rapidly. No d f.iculty xj e ritneed in tew leg tcrou thick i ms. Needle more readily adjusted than Io Df other mat itine, Ta:l.rs ca;mot afTord to do wilLout Oß. Its mot nn. bre all positiv. Will last a lifetime. No strings to get out of order. The luti.mer the most practical in rise. Turns uidc and Dartow hems, and vit ftll I'onntli uliy . !t I rai neatly and handsomely, wilLout the slightest alieratioii. The m , i;.t ptrieneed find no difficulty in nsiri it. Oil no drr?es, all of its tnachinerj Leing on the top of the table. Every machine wai ranted. It will substantiate all we claim for It. E. II. & C. C. DENNIS, Arcnts for Wayne, Randolph and Dela ware counnties, Ind., Dark nd TrcUd counties, Ohio. Office No. 33 Main-it, Richmond, Ind. 5"SeutI lor Samples and Circulars, J"VvV are Isn ellinc Sechler Jt Torter'a Suar Mil!- and Hutihinson's Cicer Mills The verv be-t oat tend for a Circular. June 19. lrG.1. IA New Bakery! W. MANDERBACH Jlnsj jut opened A New Bakery on the East Front Tiro Dcors ft cm Xorth-Eatt Corner. HE HAS Bread, Cakes and Pies, Fresh Every Day, lie also Lcrp n . , And is we'd upplicd nitli 11 the irucls la " 11,01 ne of tuinc, lie wishes to make the PEOPLES DAILY BREAD AS DLL AS HIS OIVX. Wir.chewtrr, June 12, lC.t. 4?nb Bums, düoks, somas Viinttls Window and Door rralncSs )l0ldin-s, Stairs, )nrnclct, .SVW. House Furnitur, w - - - - - Ct i Uhlers, c. Ilavln? j't ftiMcd scrr.e Srvr Mnthiuery they are tihih to xecute , PLAHEiNG, FL00R1NC, 1 And till kiru's cf CarpcnUr Work In the brt style and at reaOLble rater, j TITLY ALSO DEAL IN j PIKE LUiYDER AND PIKE SHALES. r?TAH r.rjr (nt hy mail mill Le care i f'illy at d ; n-rnrOy attrtidd to llFae: ry in the lcildinj forts rrlr oc cupird by n,..;r.l L Starr, aa a Tlow hor, ; between Fcrt Wayne Avcrye and Fltb-rt. ' i eir the Dtrc. Hiehnvnd, Jntr 12, 161, 0 ! I 7 , i M f f- i V. i. V , m v. mm ? - -Ku hUfo W3&. i " ft P'klpTl.