TIJIE TO CUT TI.MDEJl.
Ambro! Kimball, ol Heading,
thai writes to the Doiton llccoidcr
on this subject: 'A short time
since I taw a tUteinent on this
suljjrct in a newspaper. I with to
give my own experience inj ob
servation for over li tv-live years,
con.-tint'y working ar;i uini most
all kinds ol timber, more especially
oik, ash, and walnut. I hive
learned by dear experience, lor I
have lot much by the ellccta of
worms in my timber, and have
found when timber may be cut and
hue no worm?, or povt!er-po?t, as
it is railed. Cut timber Irom the
middle oi September to the middle
of December, and you cannot get a
worm into it. October and No
vein be r are perhaps the best
months, and u;e to avoid the
worms. You cut from Marth to
Jane, and you cannot save the tim
Ler fiorn worms or borers. Mav
ucd to be called peelini; time' in
my bo hood; much was then done
in protunru baik lor the Unner
ies, when the sap is up in the trunk
and all the pores nre lull of hap;
whereas in October tho-c pores are
all empty then is the time to cut,
and there will be no worms.
W henever vou see an ox bow with
the bark tight, there are no worms,
no powder-post, and you cannot
ecpirate it from the wood, and
what is true in one kind is true in
all kinds of t'inbcr, and every kind
Ins it peculiar kind of worm.
The pine ha.-, 1 believe, the large-t
worm?: and these worms work tor
many years. I have found them
alive and at work in white oak
ppokes that I knew had bcn in mv
garret over twelve years, ard they
were tuuth larger than at first
they do not top in the gap; but
continue irto the solid part. I do
not think of buying timber unless
it is cut in the time above alluded
kI hive wondered that there has
not been more said on this subject
as it is one of reat importance
even lor firewood, and opeciall
for (hip-building, &c. I have al
TPady, perhaps, prolonged this arti
cle too much. Now I want to en
quire of some of the wise of this
enlightened ac, whence and when
do these troublesome creatures
come? Have they any parents?
how came they in this solid wood?
. m a
was there an eirsr deposited that
caused the norm, or how did he
come into being? We know they
are there, and now, will some one
please to liov us the way, and all
about their origin, &c."
Tim GRAPi: CHOP ATTIIK WTST.
We find in the. Cincinnati Dily
Gazette, the following letter from
IL Uuchanan, Esq., to the presi
dent of the Cincinnati Horticultur
al oocietv. its statements airrre
with information rcieved from oth
cr sources. It will le observed that
the rot is conlirtPtl principally to
the Catawba. The rot is not con
fined to trie W rst tin reason; it is
moic or lesi general all over the
D. B. Pierson, Esq., President
Cincinnati Horticultural Society:
Dkar Sir, At your rcque.-t, 1
present a Report on the drape
Crop. In the vicinity of Cnum
nati, and for thirty or forty miles
around, the yield will Le trom one-
third to one-lr If less than an aver
age crop. Hippoin' 200 callon to
the tirre to be the average. Thi:
will al.o be the result around Kip
ley, evjiv, and in tho.-e parts of
the Ohio Valley on the Iimetone
formation. In the coal and f.and-
ftone regions, and in the Islands
and on the short s of Lake Erie,
the crops, with very few excepting,
are gooj. 1 he rj, so injurious to
Us, did but little dainnjo there. In
Miouri, Swuthern Illinois, and
Indiana, I am informed, the rot hi:
destrovt-d one third of the crop
But on the Upper MUsUsipi, and
in Wisconsin, the grapes are said
to be very fine. In Kentucky, near
Lexington and Frankfort, some
vineyards have escaped, while oth
ers have sufiVred from this disease.
These remarks apply, of course.
to the Catawba cripe, with which
nearly ill our vineyards are plant -
cd. The Deleware, Norton, Con
cord, and some other experimental
varieties, hive showed but little, if
any rot. Since the rot ceased in
August, the weather Ins bee.i very
favorable for ripening the grape,
and the quality of the wine ought
to be cood. JIvrticuIturist.
Tin: ca in: or iioksfs.
Some persons, in their anxiety
to subdue their horses, take every
opportunity to worry and beat
them, 'to let the Ie.ists know who
is mister,1' they siy. They whip,
icnM, and b-at them on .principle.
Now, who does not know that such
trvatment addressed to a child,
vith the idea of ftihduin him,
would inevitably sour his temper,
and render him disobedient and
obstinatr? As certiinly will this be
the cue in the diciphne of a do-
mrstir animal. Instead of this, it
should be our aim to let the horse
Itnovv and feel that we are friendly
to him and desire his well-bein
This may how itself by avoidiru;
whatever will tend to annoy and
provoKe mm, i.y kirulnes? m the
tone of voice, in the way of hand.
ng nim, nntl by various unmen-
iionaoie mmgs vrincn will at once
occur to those familiar with this
noble animal. He will understand
heir meaning; and they will affect
lis character. A horse so treated,
will be a pleasant beast to handle,
le 'vi II keep and fatten better,
will be in be'ter health, and will
lo more work than one managed
differently. This should be done
mm the animal s earliest vears,
ut even it neglected while voung,
h horse may thus be taught to
ove his owner.
Rpularity and system. This
will show itself in de termining the
ime and amount of feeding and of
.vorking. Nearly all the diseases
o which the horse is subject, come
Vorn irregularity in these respects.
If he is under-led and overworked,
he tone of his system will become
relaxed, and disease be likely to set
in. So it he is over-fed, and has
deficient or irregular exercise, he
will co itract another set of diseas
es. The man who is. regular and
ysternatic in his own habits of liv
ing, is nio.4 likelv to enjoy health
and long life, while he who indul
ges in excesses of any kind is sure
to suffer from frequent and violent
attac's of illness, and end his days
prematurely. It is hardly less so
with man s favorite animal, the
Change of diet, cleanliness, and
good shelter should not be
overlooked. For the horse running
at large, as in the wild state, the
diet which nature gives him is all
sufficient, but for one confined,
stabled, and worked, much atten
tion should be given to his food.
Hay and oats are doubtless the
best lood, all things considered,
but even thee should have an oc
casional variation. Carrots, pota
toes, bran, fresh cut grass, should
be given him in their place and
time. During Summer it seems
only simple justice that, when
practicable, the horse should Le
treated for a time to that food
which is most natural to him
fresh grass. If every st2bled, hard
working horse coulu have a sum
mer vacation of several weeks in a
pasture, it would soften his dry and
cr icked hoofs, correct his digestion,
improve his wind, his skin, and in
deed renovate his entire system.
But where this indulgence can not
be enjoyed, a hors should have
frequent messes of loosening food,
such as roots, bran mashes with
cut straw, fresh grass, etc.
As to cleanliness both good looks
and health demand this. A horse
well curried will make a peck ol
oats go much further than one un
groomed. Good shelter saves ma
ny a horse from taking cold when
coming m irorn worK, ana adds
much to his health and tfiily com
fort. Amcr. Agriculturist.
.MI STA Ii LS.
The editors of The Star in the
Wist furnish the following inodet
attempt at correcting temin rather
It is a mistikc to suppose that
the siil'scriptinn pri c ot a piper is
clear ain to the pul liher.
It is a mistake to suppose thu
lie gets his white paper lor noth
ing. It is a mistake to suppose that it
is printed without cot.
It is n mistake to suppose that he
can live, hodilv, by faith.
It is a mistake to suppose that it
i easy 'o please everybody.
It is a mistake to suppose that a
piper is worth buying whu h con
tains onlv what one knows and be-
It is a mi.dikfi to suppose that
money due for the piper would be
as ;ood to us in a year as it would
It is a mistake to suppose that
we would not be thankful for what
is due lou, and for new subscri
bers. Tlie English press generally
comment upon the recall ot Mr.
Mason Irom England. There is
little regret end a great deal of sar
casm in their remarks.
"TVTOTICE is hereby given, that the un
1.1 d relied ha been iippointed Admin,
i.otrttor of Mie Estate ol An ln w J. Wtstde-c-xe.l,
lit-of Randolph County Iniluna.
Said EsUte is p'.it'poed to he solvent.
THOMAS W. ULLCE,
Oot.3d,l?G3. 14 Adm'r.
For Dry Goods
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
H O O IP S i n T s ,
And evcrv thing else of the sort, go to
L. D, BUNCH'S,
OX SOUTH SIDE OF FUBLIC SQ'RE,
One Door Eat of Quick's Jewelrv Store.
Prints, Delaines, and other
AT LOW RATES !
A full tock of Readr-made Clothirp. for
Men and D05, at low price for th times.
A Urge prt of ray stock 11 Nought
month apa and hii neter been "roarkeu
op, as is trie peneril custom
0li cuitomer and the public cenertll?
j"." Vi K BU "l. d. bunch.
: ww-V 1
"Who has not lost a friend ? "
The underlined hT now a large rand better
American .and Italian Marble
Tb aoba heretofore be en offered In', his vicinity.
Thote who intend erecl'.Dg
or Grave SI ones,
In memory or their lrTed departed, would do
GIVE, US A CALL.
Terms reason'le. Call and examine.
We are aliocnsapeWln maklnpardfurnlsbinj
Slate Koof, at reasonable prices. The uperior
ity or Mate ovei allother material rr Kooftlne
Is'toow'Il Miahlishcd t- require au arumt'iit
In its ravor, und tliose who inteud UuilJiujr
will find a Mate Koof to be the
Best and cheapest Roof now in use
Estimates madeor any I nrormatior relative to
the uusinesscheerrully given bj addressing or
D. E. IlUt r m AIS & UU.,
nor Winchester, Ind.
State of Indiana,
Randolph County, S3.
Thomas S. Gordon, Leander C. Rockhill
and William Craner.ts. Levi McCorraick.
Complaint in Attachmemt.
F.FORE Jacob Eltzrotb, a Justice of the
ce for White River Township in
said Countv. 1 he defendant, Levi IWtLor-
mick, will ttke notic' that the above nam
ed plaintiff, on tl- 22nd day of St-ptembcr
ltG:i, filed wiMi nie their complaint, accom
panied with an affidavit and undertaking, for
iittachment, and of the non residence ;f
gaH defend.tnt. lhat upon said complaint
and affidavit, I i??ued a writ of attachment
against the Tierona! property of said defend
ant, an I that o t the 21th "day of Octob.r,
A. D. lcC3, at the hour ol 10 o'clock in the
loten on, the cui'e will be heard and deter
mined hi fore trie at my office iu Vincheur,
in said Township, at which time and place,
said defendant mav appear ai.d answer to
s iid complaint, or the same will be heard
and deterrainid in l is absence.
JACOI1 ELTZKOTH, l. s.
Ju.-tice of the Peace.
Scpt.2.'uh lbOJ. 13
TOT1CE is hereby given that I will sell
t rubltc Auction, on htturrv me
twentv fourth d tvof OetoUr, G3 a! Farm
land iidix l-lp!i C. In J., all of the Personal
Property, belonging to John lltllem lie
ceased, "late of Randolph Countv, ennsistin
..f Clothing, Trunk street Kegalia, Pistol,
A creditof six months will be given on
all sums over three dollars, the ptireh iser
;ivin: bis note with npj. roved surety, waiv
in valuation and appraisement law..
Sept.SOth 15C3. SAM'L Mc NEE?,
C. V. OSBORH
COFFMAN & OSBORN.
NOTIONS, II ATS AND CAPS
305, 2d St., DAYTON, O.
julv 17-i.Q mß
TV T Ol ICL. is lierey givti t ri t tlie ns
I SMiiiiit rolls ol the inUrria, revenue
lor D vision N"o. Two in the Cunt -of K in
tolph, i tnr.ieiii the entire County, in tl
Filth Coll i tion District, State id' Indian
is now in the hinds ol Josiph Fueket, Di p
utv C lleitor ot suj I'ivj on, and that th
. . i
duties and taxes tlx rein t li.ire'i iwe row
due and piy ible, untl tint sai.l D. pvity wil
attend in the tonn of Winchester, at tin
Clerk's Mice, on the 2.1th duv of Octobrr
anil lor thirtv duvs in succession from si
dtv, to receive the ame. AM prrMns who
äliill neglect topiy tlnir rpccrive Outir
ir Una a.sessitl Hg:iint tlieni within th
time speJlie will he liable to pay the penal
ty proMTi'!"! 'V h.
SAMUEL W. HARLAN, Collector
5th Collection District, Indi ina
P. S. I am r- iiv to receive the above t
es and duties from und Htferthi dute, Oct
14 JOSEPH ri'CKETT.
Evaporat ors !
TIIE urders'pned would cull the atten
1 tion of the f'irtn;ri puMic to their
COIIBIMO PREMU'H EVA'KRATOR
WITH CASM 0I FINISHER-
The Tan conit of four compartments .
three of ?het-iron ore-f'Stenth f n inch
in thickiit. and one of cast-iron inches
thick, to retain he t in drvinrdon or pran
ulititi;. Pr mins of thi tliitk c t'u p the
drvinp tke place more cnduilly, an i al
W'tys without hurninp, which i the cae with
r.o other Kvipor tor. nl the heat i entire
ly under the control of the Operttor, nn l,
ty mmns of l imper, the fire is 0 rpnla
ted tliat erarratinp m.-ty be contlnctei with
preater fperd thm with inr other pin at
the stme time firihinc with suae fire as
slowly as mty be required, without darker
"Vc have on hand a supply of
GfApent wanted in erery county Id the
State of Indiana.
C5 For pirticulars address
JAMES W. WARD & CO.,
Box 490, Richmond, led
! till h h rL ' - ,
ir--:urirL . .....
ND some pood Western Lands, to
trade for an improved Farm iu this countT
myl-43 C. A. A VERY.
1WI3H to inform the people of Randolph
County, that I have a Nursery, one half
KAST OF FA 1131 LAND.
on the Railroad, where I am prepared to fur
nish even thing in my line of business, of
good quality, and at iow rates.
I will self Apple Tms at 12 eta, Dwarf
rV.tr a ct$, Standard Pear at 40 cti.
! Cherry 3.13' ct, Teach 15 ct?. Plumb 40ct,
j Ur ir.e 10 to 75 cts. according to varietv.
I EVEKG KEEN TREES
at lore prices.
I h ive Strawberries Goosehcrrif.e, Rp.
berries. Currant?, and all the Small truit?
of tii very hest varieties. Nearly all niv
of Stock is of my own raiting, und U there
fore suited to the soil of tilis pnrt ol the
country. JOHN DOTY.
Farmland, Sept., 22, 12
NOTICE is hereby given, tint I will on
S-iturday the 17th day of October 1SG.J,
offer at public vendue at the late residence
ol liirbara Hear? deceased, latp of Vr.l
ownship, Randolph Countv, Indiana, all
of the personal property of fetid deceased,
fdn-iMiivi: in pin oi live sucks or liar.
Apples, IJoF, and Household and Kitchen
furniture, ic, &c.
TERMS OF SALE.
A credit of 12 months will be civen on
all ?um3 over three dollars, the purchaser
piviny his note with approved surety waiv
in; valuation and appraisment laws. Under
three dollars, cash.
Sept. 22, If G3. 12 Admr'r.
TOTICE is hereby given that the under
pinned hits been appointed Administra
trix of the Estate of James Abernathv de-
reaped, late of Randolph County Indiana.
Ti e Estate isprobuhly solvent.
Sept. 17, lbG3. 12 Adm'r.
S hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed Administrator of the
t.tte of H tibara Bearv deceased, late of
Randolph County Indiana.
All thoe having claims ngmnst paid L-
tatr, are requested to present them for set
tlement, and those indibtid to said Estate
ate requested to mike immediate paviucnt.
Said Lstate is supposed to be solvent.
Sept. 25, ISÜ3. 12 Adm'r.
NOTICE is hereby qivn that I will sell
nt public Auction, on Siturday the 17th day
of October, A. D. l?G3,at the nsidenceof
Nancy Kirkling deceased, late of Randolph
County, Indiana, all her personal property,!
ronsistinc of Household rurniture, Cattle,
A credit of twelve muiths will be piven
on nil sums over three dollars, the purchas
er giving his note with approved suret,
waiv tug valuation and pprawermnt laws.
Sept. 21, 1SG3, 12 Adm'r.
Wholesale and lietail Dealer in
LDTNGS & FRAMES.
Picture?, Looking Glasses,
Trench nntl American ClnOinl antl
S:junro Frames of nil sizes,
JEtna Insurance Building,
All kirrl of Fr mis for Show Cards, Pic
tures, Paint'tiirs, promptlv maJe to order.
May 6, 1SG.1. 44
C. ,T. TAYLOK,
Blank Book Maniifacliircr,
"SO. 32 MAIN ST Iii: ET,
nicliiiimid, - - Indiana
A ppoin lnifiil.
"jVOTICE 13 hertly piven that thennder-
fijiued been appointed Alminis
trator of the Kstato of John IlelTern, de.
reused, late of Rar-.dolph County. Said
Estate is fuppoed to he solvent.
SAMUEL MC NEE3.
Sept IS 1SC3. 11 Adm'r.
WILLIAMSON, Successor to J.
S ui.U rs, has iut opened 1 larpe
stock of Drv Good, Groceries, I3o t and
Shoes, together with all the articles n-mlly
kept in a first clas tote. Hi poods wer
bought for cash, and he will not he under
sold D. II. W.
RHgeviUe, Ind., Julv 17, 'C3,
BUCKNER & OU'.LAKD
UAKMU:KS k HAIRDHESSEIiS,
SHOP ON MAIN STR:i:T,
Jmmediattly orrr Carttr's A'rtc Store.
They are prepared Id .luvt , cut and
cle.:ie the h:iir, renov.tte clothing, etc.,
in me utet anil m )st approved stuc.and
on the most reasonable terms.
PLUMMER & KELLY,
Wholesale and Retail
South-vest corner Main and Pearl Sl$.
NICHOLSON & BRO.,
Kookscllcrs 4' Stationers,
J holograph Albums, Blank Books,
W A LL P APER,
Curtain Itxtures, Picture Frames,
b.c. &c. &c. Sic &c.
CITY HOOK STORE,
Main St., Op. Citizens' Bank,
july l7-o3 tf
nr. .11. CO.IWJEU,
Physician, Snr;eon and Obstettri-
cian, MORRISTOWX, INDIANA,
4 TTENDS promptly to 11 calls in
jTjL the Mae of Lis hrofessioa. Char
rif Residence and ofüce on .Main-St.,
South pirt of town. tf
'r. J. W. WiImon
TTOULD inform the citizensuf Wit
f f ehester and vicinity that lie is
prepared to attend to all kinds of opera
tions On the Tieth sur-h a CI -minf .
Fi!linr and Extrctiugr. Also, insertiu
plain, single gum and block tttth iu ant
number Irom one to an entire set. All
w..rk warranted, and lieinp a carver of ar
tificiil teeth, would call attention to the
advantage he has in matching, with the
grewtest nicety, the natural teeth. As to
prices he obligate himself to do woik as
low a any ro.jil Dentist in the St ite.
Oßee in the old I'ost Of.ce room.
March 1. lilii. vl
N E Ü
IX THE NEW STORE ROOM
To. , Hilm-s mock,
East Front of Tublic Square, immediattlj
East of the Court-House,
WINCHESTER, - - INDIANA.
THE UNDERSIGNED berrs leave
to say to the citizens of R.-mdoIph
county, that he has just opened at the
auove-uamea rvew fctanu Io. c,
A large and complete Stock of
My Stock was all bought East with cash,
and with special reft rence to the wants
of this market. I shall endeavor to keep
always on hand a full assortment of
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Wear
In all the varied styles to euit the season.
Also, a large and select assortment of
Hats, Caps, L'ools & Shoes,
GLASS AND QUEEN'S-WARE.
All of which I can pell as cheap as can
be bought in the county or, perhaps,
anywhere else. Call and see Uti'oie pur
ALL KINDS OF
A i tlie highest market price, taken in ox
change for Goods.
JNO. D. CAKTER.
AT THE OLD STAND,
Corner Main and Vranklin-sls,
WHERH MAY EE FOUND AT
all times plenty of the
OF ALL KINDS,
c o.wj; c Tio.vs.
Crackers by the Barrel,
Cakes by the Hundred,
ORDERS FOR WHICH WILL BE
1'K (HI FT LY F I Is LK I)
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
My Cracker Manufactory!
4 if T a.- c 1 M tr r. 4 Z
Ard I cm supply dealers with the fresh
' article cheap a the cheapest and as good
as the best.
All kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE ta
ken at the highest rates.
I cell every thins low for PAY Cih cr
Trade. Now is the time to piy
Plenty of money in the country.
Thankful for pt patronage, I iolicit
a continuance of the Mme.
WiNciirsTER, Jan. 30, UC3. tf
SADDLES, HARNESS AND
X 23 -A. T 2r3L EB .
SR. k A. W. RRADRl'RY, Ma
. ker and Delrs in SadJU ami
Hirnes of all decriptiun. Lfcalhtr ol
all kinds kept for pale.
C?f North Front of Public Square, im
mediatelT north of Court House.
N. R CASH PAID KOR HIDES.
TO BE EXCELLED
vvAvc Vts. vs Wvv o,M
Wcvc Ws, ov a Vowvt
AWe, Vccw wvv:v
"ÄvWtvs, vwac, vi uc
t yovcv vwc, cwt a
Fever clticL jßgwe,
isp ep da,
ace cvv Cooy.
CVYVWC iVVVNiW CVC0.
lYC oVACVS VYVtwCV.,
Thtse gitttrs are put up in quirt
hcttles, cf ich::K the alzve is aa2
timile. The UU'l is finely ea
pravel, and is j.rcvidcd with a
eae-uari J-" czunierfeiters
Tri CI little, cr zix fcr 5
For sue m vV u.cii. t. r ! v 1 1 . P. hn.r
m ami ritirr. 1 at or
FURNITURE & CHAIRS
I'orons wihirc to pure hase
(IÜOÜ AND SUBSTANTIAL
FUKMTrHE, ill please jrive u a call.ai
caD not better 1 ourle
AS Y WHERE ELS El
W. Veet, coDkUr.tlv ou bacd a good at ion
,Tfil t f. '
S A f 1: s ,
A N D
rtr.. r.x rc.
COME ONE! COME ALL
Andexu.ine our Stock
before purcLar lr. be r.
WIncbeiter,lD(l.,.Maj9 lCl. tc19-I
BOOT ftnfl SlifßU
Christ Kavcr, flco. Keller,
We keep eontautly on hand resdy-
md Boots and lioe. e are a!o rre-
"ired to rainafacturethoe articlts to or:
derina neat, substantial mtnner. Trj
us. W will alo ray the hicbett cash
Trets for bides preen or dry.
Vcic Scries, Vol. i.
jr. jo. numnijY,
Editor and Proprietor
WILL III VC THE ASSISTANCE
cf the Ikft Wrinrs hose lertl
ces t:i Le ottiintd and nil' ne etery
etidivor to mtke the raPr oet tb
wants ot the hole County in tech in in-
wiM be rtreful'y pathr rd up and aprtad
tlore ihr rt ad r.. The
.f the hole rduiilrr mill I. rutnmiril
r the rlii n"'! ot tl Jt rr.Ai. and roth
11 ol p iitii iil.r ii.tt rt rturutid with
he world' progress will te entirely over
noktd. In the
willle found accurate accounts of the
late of the gi neral health. Notice oC
h prevailing disres nnd epidi mics, with
iocrij tioii of their nature and course,
the Lot way to prevtnt thra and their
.lost rational management when they
in iv l;.t e stizeu upn theMtm.
Thi, 'though a new feature in a Newa
sper, w ill he found one of the most valu
ible in thi. 11 read and heeded it will
e worth the whole cost of the Jocrnal
to the family and the individual. "How
to keep well" is the treat question !n thi
rcard. An ounce of prevention ia worth
a iwn of eure.
The iutirests of
FARM THE ORCHARD
AND THE CAR DEN"
will have a watchful advocate in tht
Journal, and the transcendent subject ol
of the rinc penerntion will always b
treated .19 of the first impoitance.
It m-iy b- paid, in short, that the prrs
ent t-uMihh r of the J( ck.n al has tAkcn
hold of it with the view of making it na
useful and valuable n? possible to every
one of its readers, hopinp that it may not
prove unprofitable to himself. Will not
every one of the pr'nt readers lend a
l.e!'in; hand? Lt t ivn on who M m
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