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TIME TABLE. I3n t-ttt. Trains on thi$ riJ ji ll'iAcaest er at follntrt: cone writ. MAIL at 2.1- T. M. NIGHT KX I'll K.vS nt 2.33 A . M. LOCAL KKKKillT t K.Ofi A. M. K.XPRKSS FRLKHIT No. I.. 137 A.M. KXPRKSS FRKICHT No. 2.. 4.: A. M. MAIL at 7.27 A.M. nicht Kxri:Ks. l !.:' p. m. ACCOMMODATION at M STOCK KXPKKSS No. I at.. 7.H P. M. STOCK EXPRESS N. 2t.. 1 I- P.M. IVffirir Train. Mail Train Vt w.li stop at all Station On poprr i?ni' tfin? trivrn- Night Eipr W.t will top at all sta tions K.t of Union n proper si-n.vll.tMn;: C'in. Wet of t'nion, will "tor at Win- chMter, Muncie, Aidtron and Pendleton, only. Mil Wet will iline st rtfJIef-mtaine. r.ttrnrd Train. Mil Train Lit will tp at iVndle ton. Andrron, MunHe. Wmchtf r, Cnion. Wr s sillr,Si dney, BdIcfont line. Larue, Marion and (Iilioi, onlr. J. W. WILLIAMSON-. Ac.r.vr. thi: .ma it Kin. Wheat U now si lling hero fr 81. otato-H , and the same price is asked for old corn. Hay is worth 80 to 810 per ton. Flour i 8",7." jer kind, butter 1" cts per lb, fjjH 1. cts per doz., colIVe !." cts per lb, N". O. sugar 10 cts per lb. to sunscmnrns. We have had considerable com plaint from subcribcrs in ditrerent parts ef the County, that they do not receive their papers regularly. We arc sorry for this and can only nay that we shall do every thing in our power to obviate the disappoint inent. We always do our own mail ing and know that every paper is put up and deposited in the 1'ost Ollicc. Alter that they arc out of our control. Persons in town who fail to gel , their papers will please report tin fact to us. Mr. (J. W. Heltu-i has addt 1 con tdderably to the business facilities of our square by lilting up two very nice business rooms a few doors north of our olliee. In the upper part of the same building he is pre paring a room with Skylights iVe., for a photojni'jhic (lallcrv. An adept in the ait will take possession; of tin room as sn n :s it can be got ri'Mile I) AI:it i now nt t!u Citv" to buv his stock and II. J;. J x and Iirothcr will occupy the first ; named apartments, respectively .ni:w hat am siioi: stoiii:. Wc would direct the attention of o ir country revaders to the new ad vertisement e l Mr. II. (I. CI irk. HphiüjiM oj)enel a new Storp in .; .-sot., s L Fi!;;, AS Faxso:,, J town where he proposes t:a Shoe;,; Wurkiu- D.ivbl Vouni:; Scr! and Hat you on trfms to which yn -r s I L-vrn: Nimro l ' Ilowrcn, cannot well object. Cr a nnl ov mi i:i;r. both iioitcl killed. about it. He oc -upirs a now bnibl in- JUSI i-iccieil 0 .lv)!ju nu, which is especially adapted to the; buisness. It is situated immediate-; 1) fOUtll Of Otir ofiice. j COThr proof of the Pudding is in the eatm." Thosfr who k tn r :... - i i t.i i . . Mr. Hirshes Dm;' and IJook Store , (at the old st nid of V. IJ. Pierce) with the expectation ot moe tinir; with a man who understand his j business and who will hdl thMii ' whit they want in his line at reas onihlc prices, vi not be dissap pointed. We have tned it and know wherof we allirtn. See his advertisemciit. TLliSONAL. dpt. Wm. lhirrK Co. A. 8 Ith Kegiment Ind. Volunteer-, ca ne home a few days a;o. II was se verely wounded at Chicamauga, hot through the shoulder. The article oa Missouri af fairs which we promised this week could not go in ami lies over for the j next number. Lvery week we are troubled because there is not more room in our paper. AiiTiinrs iio.iii: .macazinf. Wc have received the November number. This is the best Maga zine in the country for the family and fireside. If every mother in the land could read it, our homes would be brighter and happier lor the presence of such a friend. 2 a year in advance. Four copies, $,". T. S. Arthur &Co. 323 Walnut Street Philadelphia. Tili: W II FAT. The season has been very favora ble thus far for the yoiui wheat, and all that we have see n looks unu sually well. Much depends on the wheat jrettinjr well started in the fall, ami we have observed for sev eral years, that wheat sown before the middle of September eloes a preat ileal better than if sown much later. A HEAVY LOSS. Mr. Pardon Sherman, one of our subscriber? living on Bear Creek, met with a heavy loss a few days ago. His entire hay crop, about five ton?, was stacked in the mead ow at a short distance from his house. During the night it was 5Ct on tire ami entirely consumed. It is impossible to buy hay at any price, and Mr. Sherman is com pelled to sell almost all his fdock, and will in this way sustain an ad ditional sacrifice. Mr. S. was not aware that he hid an merny in the world, but the burning was obvi ously by design. C ARLVLi:rs ;WLIAI." We find a reply to Carlyle's "American Iliad in a Nutshell" in type for this week's paper. We have not room in thin number, but will print Carlyle's fiinoua produc tion next week, with some of the comments it has elicited. It is in less tlnn a dozen line., but enough his Lcen written about it to fill a volume .MILITARY fSAZITTTi:. We have received the first six numbers of the Army and Navy Jourml, a weekly newspiper devo ted to the interests of the Army and New, and to the dissemination ol correct military information. Terms per annum. $3 lor six month; always in advance. It is conduct ed with ability, and the character which it claims is lully sustained. W. C. CllUUCH," Proprietor. I. Van Nostrand, Publisher, 02 Broadway, New York. HEALTH. The health of our town, and of the adjacent country is generallly ijood at present. INDIANA SCHOOL JOURNAL. We have received the October number of this magizine. It is a very good one. We learn that the circulation of the School Journal is rapidly increasing, and are glad to know of its prosperity. All our teachers and a great ma ny other people should take it. It would do more to arouse a dull scholar if he could have the .School Journal for a year, all his own, than any thing that can be ob t lined for three times the co?t of this. Will the publisher please fend j ii the September number. e preserve the numbers, and very ii. ur h desire to have all of them. $1 a year. Ii. II. Young Indian apolis. 30TII INDIA XA VOL. List of killed and wounded of the .ü, Indiana Regiment at the buttle of Chicamauga, (Jeorgia, Sept. 19th an 1 'Ji'.h, which we clip from the Cimimiati (lazctte. Lieut ColO II V Carov, wound- ed ; Sergt Maj Orli.stus W Powell, killed. Company A Killed "Win Stew- Mit, 1! Ii Can. Cur Klüni Sw:iin,;ill,frit.l)(U hrnJe(1 it3 filtal termina- Coq Frnnk FJtiott. (,erp W S Urrxl- way, ri John A orkinjr, J j Hc.tilu ( :ilhi!i:in, n m Ctimblin,: .To!;!i F.incrv. Cl.irk ()itb?i, Jesse i..,,t .... !?..';. if. .ii w 1 1 i .io Coir.ii I ('!'.) t K Athr.ns, John j vy t j killed; (r ,:mlic.v, .,. ;iil)( it. John Taw- (..v.tr. Scrut Win K Willnrd, 1st Scr;t V W NVorl, Win Hntürld. F.llis Ildd-on, Jn'iii II Fowcj s, Ju!:n Al- ford, Loinphi Croy, Corp H V Hurst, H II llerry. lb iiry linnkle, James a ()"Fhorn, uonndt'd. (. , rWin Topphi-. killed; t s, r-t Ilti-h MuII.mi. Ser-t Win n.vivor. Corp Y .Mo lün, Thomas MiU ludl. Terrv Mit. be 1!. L Shot)- herd, h Lewis, Levi Hond, Henry More, Nathan Nicholson. A McDow- jell, V .MclLnvdl, Hiram Hoss woun o:i'j. ' Comp I) A I) Kr.dcliMT, killed; ('apt I W Chambers, Lieut Wm Unt ier, Ser-t (i M Cantlay, Corp K V, Murray. W L Freeman, Levi I'd wards, J (i lirown, V Coon, J A Spencer, Ira Kshelman, I W Hull, David Monticiic, II (I rover, wound-; el; Seilet C A Hay, Hiram 1 Sutler, Jas Laramore, missing. ( K Corp L L Morris L Heed, Jas Thompson, Medford Hurhin, S i)tlln,.v, wounded ; Jacob Zei-ler, I) Minnick, P K Johnson, II P Hunt misini:. Co Y I F, Harris, Jas W Hates, killed ; Lieut S I) Colvin, Corp Z II Smith, Corp I J Farquhar, 31 II Hrower, A C Lowe. A Slnsher, J W Cox. W M Coif. T Lawless, Saml Shade', W II IUaek, wounded; II Cllfns. missniLT. ,r t x--u- l.-n . i ns usual, a larre amount of interest Co (1 Corp M J illiams killed; Corp Wm. K Tar.piarden, L Deboy, h1 useful reading to every one X Wilson, .John Paeke r, I) Snider, interested in the cultivation of a Wm Hamsbottom. Wm Pentecost, f;irm or pmlen. There h a full re wounded: J M Tnlbert. missing i port ()f tho agricultural discussions Co II Lieut Jas Fattorson, John . . ... . . iv -tar x' l at the late Xcw l oik State r air nt Cruise, David MrXeal, killed: Capt W F Limpus, Lieut (ieo Mulliken, Ltica :alsoa description of the wheat 1st Scrgt Joseph Hilligoss, Sergt J exhibited at the (treat International J Myers, Sergt W L Jordan, Corp J Wheat Show held at Rochester, X. Williams, Corp R K Ross, Corp J y September $, 9 and hK Some S."':ir. J M Campbell. P Heath, 1 . ' T ... , 1 c 1 IIiror. F yi Stephens Steph lute, 1 . . .l . , vM.ee wounded; L A trink, II llott, inissinjj Col C-rp X Darcey, killenl; apt John Sim, wounded ; Corp N Falmer, missinjr; l orp lenj ai-; - mm 1 M lack, I) Fil ler, T Preston, John rat- 4. . . ' TI . ää . . 1,4 i this numler. Air. Harris contends terson, wounded. , , . .-n Capt G M Graves, co F, wounded, that the 'Genesee Country can still since died ; Geo Shirk, co C, woun- hold its own as a wlieat-jrrowin?; rc led ; Isaec Hicrlow, co I. wounded ; jrion. He ha-? no fears of the midirc. Ioeph S kinship, coK, wouiui- ed. ont ror.MY i:li:ctiox. After waitin- to the last minute wc could, we are still unable to pre- sent theoliiciai returns of our Conn- tv election. The Union candidates are all elected Ivy a majority of TOO to SOU. Enough is known to war- can atiord to be WltllOUt it. 1 rice linder an arrangement of the State samta rant thW conclusion for a certainty, only T.r cents a year, and the publish- 7J'el'to r. F. Ncedbam'a or to though Union nrccinct is, vet to hear cr otfers to send the October, Xo-1 John Koss' Grocery in Wincheter. . I from. OIIITI'ARV. Pled, at his re idence in Winchester, In diana, of Tyihoid Fever, on Monday eve ning, October 5th, lrf.3,at7 1-2 o'clock, Dr. Abnry F. Teal; njred thirty nine years. Thus one Ly one we are paäaing away, and there U none abiding. In tlie noon-day of life while the heart was filled with bright hope3 of the future while the race was but half run, anJ while the prospect of length ened days spread its delusive charm, the de stroyer came, and life fled at his approach. The silver cord was loosed, the golden bowl was broken, the pitcher was broken at the fountain, and the wheel broken at the cis tern. As we stand at the crave of a loved friend, strange innges of desolation pas before us. Broker: friendship?, blighted h"pe?, and un spoken word of love pl.iy like spectral sight before us, and bow the head with anguish so deep that the tongue refu?? to utter it. We strive to realize the full import of the truth t'iat our friend h pone to tint Imd whence no tr.ircller returns, but fancy, thatche.it while it, pleases u?, suggests that we &hall meet again, as in other days, in the social circle in the busy walks of life, in the ear ly hours of the morning, and amid the still ness of the departing day. The deceased was a rative of Terry Coun ty Ohio, where he studied Medicine, and af terwards graduated at the Medical School in Columbus, O. In the year 16Ö0, he began the practice of his profession, at Carrol, in Fairfield Co., where he continued a year or two, and then removed to New Lexington, the County seat of Terry Co. In 1 he removed to this place. In the practice of his profession here, he soon rose to emi nence; he sought to be in the foremost ranks. Not content merely because Iiis pro fession yielded him a competence, he was prompted by that noble ambition that dig d.iins an inferior position, and rushes to gain the foremost place. In his intercourse with his brother physicians he had much of pro fessional etiquette. Courteous, polite, and gentlemanly in Iiis manner, he was a model worthy the imitation of all. One great ele ment in his success and popularity as a phy sician was the constant sympathy he showed for those to whom lie ministered: their wants and wi.-hes became his they had from him only the words of cheering encouragement, and saw nothing but a countenance beaming Till hop?. Mmj a family in our midst, at whose bedside he has watched, w ill long re member his kind attentions with feelings of gratitude. His constitution, not naturally rohust.was miable to bear the exposures and fatigues in cident to his extensive practice, and yet so urgent were the demands of his friend, th'tbut little rest was allowed to him. In the ni"üt!i of June last, in company with several of ur rhjsVmr. and citizens, he wrnt to Vicksburg in response to a call made at that time W medical and surgical a;d fur our Army. f?urh a trip, and at that season of the year, was a heavy drain on his feeble constitution. When his lat illncs tiCnn nf ither he nor tion Sri ie rt.ceivrtl nll t! ti.Rt kind frionJä anJ skillf ie attentions lful physicians could bestow. Hut all in vain ; from day to day, as sorrowing friends gathered f round Iii- bt dside, they watched with alarm the silent uid steady progress of the invidious disease that was bearing its victim to the tomb. At time? during his illness his mind would wander : but, as could bo pathered from h's i'icohennt words, in these becloud- ed m anient. 4 !vs thoughts went back to the home of hU youth, and to the f.ien.N who then gathered around his pathway in the mirning of life. i he flower tint he fo tastefully an 1 enro- fully cultivated, and that pave ' .:it i.t.:.l attraction to his home, will now min l.i f., -- terinp hand. Henceforth they will be left to grow and h'o un ahne, and as from year to year their fading leaves shall fall to min gle again" with earth, it will forcibly remind u of him who in other days reared them with such rc lined and delicate care. The tran sient flower, stricken by the untimely frost, is the lilting emblem of his life. A gem has dropped away from love's Fhininx circle , lost to earth, but not lost forever. For "Teyond this vale of tears, There is a world above, Un measured by the flight of years, And all that world is love." Funeral services were held at 1. is late res- ilence on Tuesday evening, by Ke-v. Mr. Iihodes; and on the next morning his nu merous relatives and friends, top ther with a large concourse of citizens, attended his remain to the depot, whence they w re t ak en to Terry Co. Ohio for interment. His relatives have our fympathies in their be reavement. IL . Tin: :i:ni:si:i: fakii:ii. The October number of the Gene see Fanner is received. It contains. 4l , . , . , of the wheat xvcighed 0. pounds rc . . fM .7 . ' . bushe.. l ie address delivered be . fore the Societv bv Mr. Harris Fd- itor of the Genesee Farmer, on the ."Cultivation of Wheat in Western y v york;' is tmblishcd in full in jrvcn- wheat-jzrower should read this address. The Genesee Farmer is the oldest 'agricultural paper :iu. America, and i also one of the very Lest and cheapest: It is a monthly journal of thirty-two pages, filled to overflow- i" with rood things. No farmer p - embcrand December numbers of this year free to all who subscribe at this time for next year. Send the seventy-five cents in a letter to Jo seph Harris, Editor Genesee Farm er, Rochester, N. Y., and you will get the paper by return mail. DEATH OF SOLDIIJItS. The Cincinnati Gazette says that II. Addington, of Ce. A., andG. W. Newhouse, of Co. B., 84th Indiana Regiment, died at Nashville last week, There's varis ways of mana gin a wife, frend Wales, but the best and only safe way is to let her do jest about as she wants to. I Mopted that there plan sum time ago, and it works like a charm. Ar'nnns anl. MARRIED. LOVELL IinOHER Dy Thilip K Dick J. V. Sept. :f):b, Mr. John Lovell to Misi Mary liooher. all of Stony Creek Township. ALMANRODE FRANKLIN At the residence of Mr. John Lucas, by S. II. Rhodes, Oct. 11th, l-Ca. Mr. Adam Al- manrode to Miss Cynthia V. Franklir, both of Randolph Countv. THE LECTURE SEASON. J. T. Harrison w ill lecture during the com ing winttr before Schools, Litlrary Soci eties, and the people, on various subjects of POrfLAR INTERKST. He should be addressed at the Journal of fice Winchester, Ind. APPLICATION FOR LICENSE. "jVl OT1CE is hereby piven that I will 1 make application at the next term of the Hoard of Commissioners of Randolph County Indiana, fir a license to sell Intoxi cating li.juor in less quantity than a quart at a time, to be drank on the premises at the following place, to-wit: On lot No. 17, in the town e.f Losantville, in s lid Com.ty, and in the house in w hich Targe S3 Sisk resided. CHRISTIAN CUMTIIER. Oct- 15, 1S(;3. l.r BOOK AUEXTS WANTED. To Sell by subscription an excellent Ii - l.t'STRATKI HISTORY OF THE RkBKI.I.ION, wlli. ll is already brought down to the fall of Yicks burand Tort Hudson. It is in Loth English and f Jerm in. Sirnnles no-.v ready. Every family wants such a work, and industrious men do im excellent business with it. Al so agents for other IjcnutiJ'ulhj illustrated and rajjiil selliinj works. For circulars, with terms, ad iress, HENRY HOWE, No. 1 II Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio. TVT TICK is hrn bv pi ven, that the un 11 dersigiH'd lias been appointed Admin i-tr.itor of the estate of Alice Cox deceased, lite of KniKiolj.h County. The estate is prob:ddv solvent. Jon iiAUitiJ, 10th mo. mth, lSCJ. 1." Ailm'r. ADMINISTRATORS' SALE. "IVfOriCn is hereby given that the un dersiirned, admi:iitrator of tlie estite t Alice Cox deceased, will oiler for sale at public out ':rv at f.ho late r -i ienee of tlie tlecea-eil in White Kiver Township, Kan dolph County, on Monday, Novemlor 1'tli, IMI.'L the1 prrsonal projuttyof s-iid estite, -oi distills of one m ire, cows, sheep, wa'u:, farming utensils, household mil kitelien furniture and other artieles. S ile to com mence at ! o'clock, A. .M. Term: Sunn of three dollars and under cash. A credit of TJ months will be 'iv-e-i on all sum- over three iloll irs, the pur chaser giving his note w itli apjirovnl sur e'v, w living valuation an l uvprViscme nt laws. ,101) IIAKKLS 10th mo. 13th L-.V1. i: Adm'r ADMINISTRATORS' SALE. NOTICE i h(rebv piven, that I will on Saturday the 7th (lav of November, A I), l'fi.'l, off rat public vendue at the re.i- ' (tence of William Mann of (Ireeiijfork Township, Kandolf.h County, Indiaca, all the personal property of William .Mann Jr. deceased, consisting in jurt ef tvo hoises, one lot of hay, one re volver, and a variety of other artieles too tedious to mention. A credit of nine months will be given on all sums over three d d! ir-, the purchas er giving his note, with approved surety, waiving valuation and appr lisemt nt laws. All sums of three doll irs and under cash in hand. C.IDLON SHAW, Oct. L'th A. D. l?r:i. 15 AdmV. APPOINTMENT- NOTICF is hereby given that the lander sigued h is taken out letters of administra tion on the estate of David V. Wilson de ceased, late of Tandolph County. The es tate is probablv insolvent. (J LOT (IF, W. MONKS, Oct. l', 1113. 15 Adm'r. cTAttention every body ! Werden k Co., Tookseliers, Stationers & Wall Taper Dealers, at Indianapolis, are selling out their immense Mock of wall paper at old prices. They have alo a splendid assortment of gilt window shades and piper curtain, win dow fixtures A.c. Their ptock of Photo graph albums. Thotographs, gold pens &c, cannot be beat in tlie State. Djii'I forget them, when you visit Indi anapolis. See advertisement. Special Notice. TO HORSE OWNERS! DR. SWLLT'S INFALLIRLK LINI- if nin tz-v n IT- r if . .i.ii and in all cases of Lameness, arising from J Sprains, Truiscs or Wrenching, its efi'ect is ; magical and certain. Harness or Saddle I Galls, Scratches Mange, kc, it will also cure speedily. Spivin and Ringbone may be easily prevented ani cured in-their incin I ient stiges, bnt confirmed cases are beyond ! the possibility of a radical eure. No case ; of the kind, however, is S5 desperate or . , ,. hopeless but it may be alleviated by this Liniment, and its faithful application will always remove the Lameness, and enablethe , " . , . . I horses to travel with comparative case. i , I Every hor?e owner phould have this rem- j edy at hand, for its timely use at the first ; ar.neara'iee of Lameness will efiectyallv ore- I -it- i - - vent those formidable diseases mentioned, to w hich all horses are liable, and which render so many otherwise valuable horses nearly worthless. See advertisement. 12 ONIONS WANTED. X Will. P. ra-for.11 th Onions that I T T .mn,.r chasin-them for the use of our soldler, Vau ui;iaiinu in - r Winchester. Oct. S, lf6:i. 11 NOT ALCOHOLIC. A Highly Concentrated VEGETABLE EXTRACT. A PURE TONIC. DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, FR ETA RED BY nn. c. .Ti. jaciiso Philadelphia, Fa. WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE Liver Complaint, lyirpin, .famulier. Chronic or Xtrrous DiL'tUtt, Diseases of 7c Kiht(vs and all diseases irisirf Jruin a disordered Liver or Stuimich; Such as C-nstipation, Inward Tiles, Fulness or Iüood to the Head, Acidity of S;omch, Nausea. Heartburn, Disgu-t tor Feod, Ful ness or Wt-iht in the Stomach, S.ur Eruc tation, Sinking or Fluttering at the Tit of the ?t( maj'i, Swimming of the Head, Hur ried and Didicult Ureathinp, Flutteririi at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying po.-lure, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Wt'bs before the Siht, Fever and Dull Tain in the Head, D fi. ieticv of Ter- spiration. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Fain in the Si le, Hack, Chet, Limb. Ace, Sudden Flu.-hes of Heat, Uurninir in the Flesh, Const int Imagining of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. And will positively prevent Yellow Fe ver, Bilieu IVvcr. A.c. THEY CONTAIN NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY! Thev wii.i. ccre the above diseases ia nine-tv-niuc cases out of a hundred. Induced by the extensive pile and univer sal popularity of Hooflmd's (ierman Titters (purely vee taole,) hosts ot ignorant Quacks and unscrupulous adventurers, have opened upon puttering hunnnity the flood-gates of Nostrums in tlie shape of poor whiskey, vilely compounded with injurious drujs, and christened Tonics, Stomachics and Titters. Tewarc of the innumerable array of Al coholic preparations in plethoric bottles and bi bellied keps, u? der the modest appella tion of Hitters ; wIul-Ii, instead of curing, onlv n;rirr ivate tliease, and leave the diar pointed su'Tefer in despair. Hooüaid'3 German Bitters! Are not a ne and untried article, but have stood the test of l." years trial by the Amer ican public ; and their reputation and sae are not rivalled by any similar 'reparation. The proprietors have thousands of Letters from the most eminent CLKRCVMKX. LAWVF.RS, PHYSICIANS, AM CITIZKXS, Testifying of tlieir own personal knowledge to the betiefuM.tl effects and medical virtues of these Titters. Do yon want something te Strength en you ! Do von want n trooel Anpelite! Do you want to build up your Cou- MÜMtion ! Do you want to feel "Wrll! Do yen waist to jjet riel of Xervoas lies! Do yon want I'm prey! Do you want to Sleep AVrll! Do you want a Drisk mid Viorou Fee'lini:! If vou do, use IIOOFLAXIVS GERMAN Tf'TrJlS. ATTENTION, SOLDIERS I AND TilK FKIKNDS OK SOLDIERS. We call the attention of all h.ivinp rela tions or friends hi th armv to tlie fiet that "II )()'L-N1)'S (orm.'n Titters" will cure nine-tenths of the disea-es induced by exposures and privations incident to camp ÜI'. In the li-ts, published almost dailv in the newsp ip rs, on the arrival ef tlie s:ck, it will be noticed hat a very large j ropor tion are sutlVrinc frorn debility. Kvery east ot tit it kind can tie readily cured by Hoof I.ano's (ierman Titti rs. Diseases resulting from disorders of the di-restive organs are speedily r' tn id. We have no hesitation in statin? that, if tlxe Titters were free ly ued amonu our soldiers, hundreds of lives miL'ht be s iv-d hit of he rw ise will be lot. We call particular attention to the follow ing rem irkable and well authenticated cure of one cf the nation's heroes, whos life, to ue his own language, "has been saved by the Titters Tii!i..nF.T.rHtA, Aug. 0'lrd. ('2. Mcssn. Jonr V Ir-in3: Well, gentle men, your Hooflmd's (lermin Titters has saved my life. There is no mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers of my com rade?, some of who? names ire appended, and who were fullv cogn'zant of all the cir cumstance of my ease. I am, and have be:n for the lat. four years, a member of Sherman's celebrated hattcrv.imd under the immediate command of Cpt. It. T. Ay re s. Through the exposure attendant upon my arduous duties, 1 was attacked in November lat w:th inflammation of the lungs, and was for days in the hospital. This was fol lowed by great debil it v, heightened by an attack of dycntry. 1 was then r moved from the White House, and pent to this city on board the Steamer State of Maine, from which I lan led on the 2-th of June. Since that time I have been about as low a any one could be and still retain a spatk of ital ity. For a week or mote I wis scarcely aide to pwallow anything, and if I did force a morsel down, it was immediately thrown up I could not even keep a glas of water on my stomach. Life could not hut nndr these circumstances; and, accordingly, the j hysi eians frankly told me they could do no m-.re for me. An acquaintance who viited me at the hospital advised me to try your Titters, and kindly procured a bottle. From the time I commerced taking them the gloomy fhadow of death reeetled, and I am now get ting better. Thon.'! I have uken but two bottles, I have gained 10 pounds and I feel WiftJ al dan ah terbium whom I have henrd nothing fr 1H months; for, gentlemen. I am J'yl Virginian, from the vicinity of Front Uoral. crv trulv v(o;rs. ISAAC MA LONE WV fullv concur in the truth of the above stitern nt", as m had .lespaired of seeing our J comrade, lir.iUlone, restored to health: .lohn Cuddle liack, 1st N.York Ttttery. V0'0..' 'XK o , v " "n"Mue' Lewi C hevalier. OOd New- ork. , ,. Spi.nrer, lt Artillery, Tittery F. J. H. ra.eu ell, I o. T, 3 I rmont. Henry II. Jerome, Co. T, do llenrv T. llacdonald, Co. C, Cth Maine . , ... , v r., W .lohn I . ard. Co. L, .th Maine. n(.nrv Kcli, Co. II, T2d New York. N'athM II. Thomas Co. l 9."th Tmn. Andren- J. Kimball, Ca. A. 31 Yt. I John .Irnktns Fo, T, 1'iCth lVnn. j Bev7arc of Counterfeits! j Fee tint thi fi-nature of "C. M. JACK- PON" i on the W II ATTER of eacn Utile, l'ricc per Lottie 75 ct, or half eloen for SI. Should your neret druggist not have the article, do not be put off by any of the in toxicating preparation that may be offered n ltä P'W. us ani "r ,u' " . . j : . i r. . ward, securely packed, bv expre? PRINCIPAL OFFICE AMD WfcSiUhÄLlüftl. No. 631 ARCH S F. JOISTES Ss EVANS, (Successors to C. M. Jacko A: Co.) Troprictor-. trFor Pale br Dmggit an 1 Detlcri in every town ia '.he United States. NOTICE TO SCHOOL THAnim. Ii!i to employ ttn or t vr r Ire poo! Srhool Tucl"tr for a terra of lour months. Schools to commence on the f.rn Monday in Noven.Vr next. None need ap ply except t!ioo that h-ve rnod ctrt'fjeatts. 10 D. T. HI ATT, Truvee. Wjr!i;!:gtjn Tonhip. $75 TO $lr0 PER MONTH. rpiIEUTTLK GIANT STAVING MA- J CHINE COJJr.VXY want an Acnt in each Cour.tr, ta solicit rrders for their new J 15 Miclrne, with gaege, rrew-driver and extra i:ffi!lfj. V. o will pay a liberal salary an. 1 expene s. or give hre commis sion. For particulars, tt. ins, etc , inc!oe a stamp, and aJdre T.S. TA (iE. Toledo, o. noi .Ini. Ct n'I Aent for the United State. PHILLIPS HOUSE If. IVTO.V, O., J. R. HTJjjBELL, Proprietor. july 1 n'i MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. FLOREATE SEWTXG ILUIIiXE! UNEQUALID IN BEAUTY CF DESIGN AM) NTI.t; OF T1.MSIL 3Iakrs four Ditinrt Stitcho On oue uhd the suhe Machine und has the litre r utile Jedf It combines all the good qualities of other first c!a Maehints, and possesses many ADVANTAU LS oe-r any und all ol them. It is the most SIMTLF. and T TT FL CT in its 71 rhanienl Ce;ii true lion of any Sewing Machine yet offtred to the public, and the ON Li ON L capable of making MOTH THAN ONE KIND of STITCH. Th I'rel may hv Itevrr-! nt nnjr I'oiut Doireel without Moj)ing the .lL'ichiiie! Charges for the various stitches may b madfc while the machine i. in motion. Tlie beauty of its stitch is unsurpassed. No other covers so large a range of wot ". Sews light and heavy fabrics with equal facility. The work will feed either to the riht or left. Runs quietly; sews rapidly. No difliculty experienced in sewing acro? thiek seam-. Ncd!e wore readily adjusted than in an other machine. Tailors cannot afford to do without out. Its motion are all positive Wi!l la-t a lifetime. No springs to get out of order. The lit miner the most pr actical in use. Turns wide and narrow hems, and wil fell beautifully. It braids neatly and handsomely, without the slightest alteration. The most inexperienced End no difliculty in using it. Oils no dresses, all of its machinery being on the top of the table. Lvery machine w arranted. It will substantiate all we claim for it. E. II. 6c C. C. DENNIS, Agents for Wayne. Randolph and Dela ware c o ii unties, Ind., Dark and Treble counties, Ohio. Olliee No. 'A'J Main-tt, Richmond, lud. fji'Scnd lor Samples nnel Circulars. I iT Wc are also s Hing Seehler & Tortr r's Sugar Mills and Hutchinson's C'u'er Mills The verv bet out tend for a Circular. June i'J, IHU. :. New Bakery! W. MANDERBACH Has jut eprned A New Kakcrv on the V;M Front Two J)tjor from Xrlh- font Corner. hi: has Bread, Cakes mid Pies, Fresh Every Day. He ale keeps a Family Groc ry And is well supplied with all the articlei in , Jine f ne ss. lie vihe to mnke the PEOPLE'S DAILY liHEAD AS WVAA. AS HIS OV.N. Winchester, June 10, 1-frL 49nif HT? f) TJ CjppnQrppp e nr VJJJ ILA OUUUO J. J-llb V. Mnnufncttirer of SASH, BL1MIS. I1H0RS, SHUTTERS Mantels, Window ami Door Frames, Moldings. Stairs, Breide SchoeUllousr Furniture, Counters, er. Having jut added orac .aru Mnehiiier they art prepared to execute PLAHEIMQ, FLOORINC, And etil hinds ejf Curjfhtrr )Vork , In the test htyle'and at reasonable rate. TU LT, ALSO DEAL IN PINE LUMBER AND PI SINGLES. jy-All order, ser.t bv ro.til mVA be care- full r nd prom' tlr atterd! to- j ?r Factory 'in'the buildirc formerly oc- ;cupiel tr lizard k M-srr . na I'low Shop, ; between Fort Wnvr.e Avenue ll Fith-ti ' cer the Depot, j Kiehracnd. June 12, 1?61. 13 I Iridic B7"' R - " " i sl1 5' NOTICE. VIA. person iniettej n A. FT. Hirri. ire rejuejlc to com aud tak al- tlenier.t. Sept. 17, 1?C3. 11 J. C. IHRSH. KW FIKAX ! fJEU GOODS AT LOW PRICES roi: CASH OK3LY2 AT TnE Winchester Drim Store! HC HAS AT ALI. TIMES oo hisJ choice collect'on of i DRUGS, CHEMICALS, DYE-STH WS, pi:nFOii:i:Y, And every thing that is to be found at any Drug-Store in the West. lie also is Dealer in "WALL, WINDOW, axt WBAPPING TAPER, Stationery, and School Books Go and trv him. 9 m, Ols GOING INTO: BUSINESS Wc hove bought i:. II. .MrConcclTa STOCK OF GROCERIES, which we iutend to SELL AT COST! bo as tn give room for new goods. AI' we ak is for the citizens of Winchester and vicin'ty to examine and price our gooda. We are pure we can give entire satisfaction. Strict attention paid to filling orders from our friends in Randolph and adjoining Counties. CASH TAID FOR JATff5 Butter, JCardm and all fcinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE. Bacon of the BEST quality kept conftant 1 on hand. We have peaches jusi from the orchards by Express. Having no friends to reward nor enemies to punih, wt intend selling on the UK A D Y.PA Y SYSTEM! Strict ntlention paid to srnnll chil dren, whom nnrcnta mar end for good. Soldier's ordrts taken for good, H. B. & W. M. COX. Sept. 4, 1SC3. 9 Merrill & Co., PUBLISH THE INDIANA REPORTS, (IT YOMMILS,) PERKINS PRACTICE, AND Harbour and Howland's Mannal For Freeufors, Administrators and Guardians. Friee $li.f0. Tliey have the only large Stock of Lav and Hisccllaiicou BOOKS In this State. They nboIc?iU and retail SCHOOL BOOKS AMD STATIONERY On the bet of terms. They arc principal Agents fur narnard Corrupated, Circular-Pointed, Anti Corrosive Steel Pen f 2 per gross. Order of MERRILL & CO., CHcnn'a lllock, Indianapolis. aug2r-e J. Q. A. ROBERTS. Dealer in DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND NOTIONS fiUOCEilMES, And every thins usuiUj found in rectify '"'AT THE 010 SEARL CCBMR. DEERFIELD, IND.