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w i n o ii i: r i" i-: i i . jHti.iath iNOi ' Frftiav,- Tin: :ri c !!! n if; v.i ss.m.i. If w I:n "i nnyl.o Iv on or.rth who rouU explain the exiitin state of thin;' connected with "military" ; mitten in o-ir C i?iy .ki 1 Stite, we wo-ild at sr,. .pj.lv fr i:i!orr.:ntion. anl if we ol t-uV-! any, i-lru--it '." 'J: ' V n . ,ur.- ... ;- , p cvnKn! ron'h, ot or-br. I nouncvmcnU f-r several nreT;and the olimnx was i. acfifd n vc'! or t.?n davs ro l.y pihii ttio i in all the nervtptrn ff tiie it.ae:ne:it t'nt th fpn:-. of Indiannra full, And o:net!,ir.--:i,or. mil t'rt th.re ... , , rouM oi (M il :"'.' ic no Mrais. i tlilt tK l'n lill ft'fll'l r -l promptly filled its q.K.ta. li-it r.o- we are c"vnv td I that there wan no Authoritv for th , nnnrnn-nient thnt all th- mn re .mrei inlWn oi- thru been an every day occuirfiicr .r.vnhorc.au.1 o-.r ,.:.!-.,re arf-CSoaa il in MormtWt,. Tl.V tnind. th.it in faet nrortd rnnnvmoro'ard to not keeping liquor at all, Trill have, to br raised if we avoi I a j and they answered that it is a r.e ilrnft. j ccssary ntti le, and should be and Dr. Mt, Sr.:oön of thft Mili-I tav Ttoard for thi CTi'rriMon.nl District, writes ns thnt all the town- nhip in this county are behind ; simply a hNehood. rpt Whit River. FranVlin. and it! 1 would ftate in behalf of the may be Nettle Creok nnd Wnshinj-, prop, ietor, that he contlucted that ton. Vrt wo are informed by riti-! pai t of the trade as well a it could 7rn in whom we have confidence, bp (Jorie with the s?urroundSn;' cir- t!nt in v.her townships rnoro o? their! rumtUnc" a,so t,,rit be will not trolled men have b.enVnli.t.d thanj kIeei, wh:sk.v aIla,l, f11' ,ln c.n 4, . . A ; elusion I would sav that 4A profit- thev were renne I to ra,,e under; aMe Teyon thucall, hut thev have not leenaMe:pro.,ei.!t,5-i anJ weigl Wl.j, the thus far to o!tain tha proper credits, evidence before you decide; also Tf the statement which caused en- niischief often returns upon the au- listmcnU to .-p nearlv all over the'lr,ors of it. Franklin eays it is a State wan -without Authority," it j od,rulf a mno attend to his ro'.dd easily liave been contrndieted r.t once, and then no hnrm would hav? resulted. What were our ofli- nai-i r.out, mat ii iook mem poioniri to Cad nut that an "nnauthoriod" ; statement in the D.vhj Journal hnd 1 fW,,M 1i:til trt b0 aban-ionedj nearlv everywhere? T.r pIIun io m in mere . cluc never loses anvthm by carelene, and stupiditv eThibited . . 4 f i . f . . , , '. . . ?a statement of the real tacts of the rv .fow'Wy connected with therc-i . . -, Ä" ... , . . . , Jci-c m point, n hen we make re cruiting business, but we regret that , n r , -, . . . , . . - neetion.4 unoa the r.viU around u? xr lo not know who is chiefly to. ... kjamo Jwp should try to do so with the MTSCiltK!' AT SMITllVn.T.r. We have received a Ion commu nication from two indignant indi viduals at Swthvillc, who com phin'thit somebody has sent tham a "stuck-up siort of a younix wo man" to teach school for them this winter. Tiiey enumerate various grievances. One of them says that pome of th? children pulled hi? loy's hair the first day of school, nnd that although he hid directed the suftVrer to "tell the mistress," the offender was not puniihed. Ife mv. that be went to the school house to sec 'what fort of goings on they had there." He did not like it ; not mu'h. He siys there is jt: a set time to do every tiling, ar I when one of his boys went up 't ) get a sum worked," that the mistress told him fhe was busy wiih the little fellow, and he mu?t wiit till the time camv fur his rlass to revite. He cou! 1 not see any ue of spending time with "worken on the blackboard, .:;d such nonsense,"and says "schools ain't like they used to be." He told th : mifdrcsa he would give her some advice at the start, and varn?d be.' tl. it "if ehe didn t make Simnkins' ihildren, and the olil folks too, knv ilieir nl tees, the school wouldn't do anv cood." Uut i he inform v.s that she only smiled qurer like, and snid the v.i sure she would j?et alonr finely with all of them. He his told Iiis children that if nnybody iinpo.es on them 4,to pitch into them,' and he will "see that j tun iitt'iii, Hint lie in actj Uiiu .... theinitreS no-nobody e.-e doa't et. f run over any of Iih to. vj. We hive not .pico for our other friends comp! lii.t., but they both think tint sjch a ?tatc of thin ouplit to be expoicd,'' and we think t )o. and we have allowed them to tell ti-eir own ftory. They want our cninijn, and we cannot think of rt ifii irrt". rlttcrm ar 1 a , . , to their own hands. lie repeated mit tl.em, unl.M we can turn theth, terms of WiW resolution ivcrU ticK ab)iit forty years, to the good old times when a teacher had lariiin" enough if he 'could cir.-hcr to the -in-lerc ' . i c kuow u:e icacner at iv.li rille. Sh is a young woman or energy and earnestness, with a hre drgretr of the spirit of her profes sion. Sh knows what she ii hont, and needs no advice of ours to cr.a hlt hr to perform her work prop?r- F: tb '.-irnil. ait in: at rAH.ni.AM). M:i. Kmtom : In reinl to the - irticlr hy my Irland IfVhosr,, in. (V,r 11,1 ,8m' il is netcssiry to n:nvr with j -iuve lacts rerf p't- itu inn oi.w.un iy, a:jj ior uw. public Leirlit. lint there ha? heeti liquor sold by the proprietor of the dm ' store, no oru: denies, b it in all case for medicil purposes ; and he was very . '-'t'0" ' ti(,'? f0- 'I'o t!iD.-e he; ,:,'w wol,!J u -- il in au internper- Hte ':,ir'"r would not kU it ( ...piilor merj;,al purposes. In con-; Mr. Feinden said ai the Com- sni-iü-e of this ,-,ny would tJ mittee of Wavs and Means in the , Morristown or tVincurstt-r to s t j Mou-e would consider favorably the , l,q u,r, ct.m? h-iv arid t drunk ; recommendation of the Secretary ! ;u.ü thru foiijc one would report h1 hoped th? S-.'nte would concur f 'hn'. they ct it here; a,d in thi : ; with the Hoio in extending the ' ,;,'lnr?r l'e '"s "'"M Sct il-!time to .Ahrch 1st. The bill was 1 ' will vHfyipass?J. ith'- statement :l auv ttn.c. lr.;s, . . nrOn.IftOr Sf!rir lhl ffllfl OIl'Troieiihir Iv.nrf. in nnil raiMirt I s"f.ui(J him, u-ptitd his liquor into, ! f,,e ":reet on 5;h, before the; T i zenH 5oi,:e two months a, in r - mil- cun-micu M-MT.ii nuiiiinriurui i,Sf,rra,,-v l,,'l't1i" ?'! t!rS a,t0ic; uyL'osa s i s inai u is conuu'.ien in su; h a manner as is calculated to deceive a c-eat manv." this is : own bunine??. For the present I will cloe. Vouru, Prlzco. l nere were some expressions in thin article and also in ily boson's ;Veek, which were too sharp nir, personal, and we drew our pen- , , - . . . . ci! through Ihm. It is right to whatever is wrong, hut the ri;M spirit, and tu the way that will be. likely to do most good. Ol course every man mti.-t be his own judge In these things and when our friends send us articles for publi cation we must exercise our judg ment conjointly with theirs in re spect to th whole matter. We are always glad to receive good artitde on the subject of Tem perance. Wo are pledged to the advocacy and support ot whatever wc think is right. We sbdl op pose, as well as we know how, ev erything that tends to injure man or in any way retard his develop j mcnt. But we wish to avoid per sonalities as far as possible. Ed. Jouk. con f : i: i:ss i o n a l. SI'jXATE. The bill for con tir.uing the bounty to volunteers was taken up, and, on motion of Mr. Fessen len of Miir.c. referred to the Co mnittce on Finance, with the u lJerstar.ding that it should be early reported. Tn? mi. sa? ot the President, and the tloju rients on tlie nunc subject, were referred to the s:; nc Comnrt?ert. Mr. Vilon moved to lakti:i th; hill fr i -l ri I i 1 r Im V . '. - ! j n The Senate proceeded to art on Ihe amendments of tlie Military Cj.-ntnittee, w.uch were all adopted . . j f u'e.Hti.!11 2 ) (pealing: the three nuiimru uuii n v-u.iiiii'uiiuuu Cl.tUSe,J which will be consi.itrej heicalter. Mr. WiUon, ol Missichnsetts, introduced n resolution providing for the expulsion ot Mr. D.ivh, o! Kentucky, ov-in to the .-enti merit put forth in a recent resolution by j Iii. i : i . .l . j . r - ihe latter, which, in the opin;oi o I That nnrt on of our forres i miifh ' rr Wil'on ill"ite th- reonle tn'. P 3,ll0a 01 L ,r 10rre" S ,nUCh ; Mr' nson, in. ae reopie to n'imernu than uny bo sup-! treason ii!e insurrection nnd rebe l- pored. Oridmlly it consisted of hon. Mrippedot its verone, .Mr. Wilson said that was the purport of the resolution. Sir. Wilson explained to the Sen ate thit the language quoteJ in Mr. Wilson's resolution was garbled. W hit he proposed was that the people should n?e at the polls and take the power of this Government a-ainst his own were fale, in fact, The subject was then passed over, anJ lhe b't'n"11 resumed the consid- crauuu ui ine nui amending the en- rollment act A debate ensued on the $300 coni mutition clause. Mr. Laue, of Indiam, advocated' its repeal. Mr. Wilson opposed striking it out, and believed the country would ustain him.' lie beliewd the term: c l. t j l r vi service ougni to dc reuueeu iromj three )ears to eighteen months- Without vote the Sprite went iito executive session and ulje- ntientlv adjourned. lr. j. Psymion rpportrJ biek from the Co.nmittec o.i Finantc, withoul amcndin-:i'f the House b II con- tuning th bounties to volunteers till thtl.t of March, I8G1. In connection with the Mibirct. he presented a letter from th- S tiry of the Treasury, stating his imbility to meet the heavy dratt re- ' quired by the bid in such a shoit ! r-pacc of time, and recommending j increased taxitiori. ! HCI SF. Mr. him? o Mvno eUin-. tl,e Sectary of ,Ue crt-idrv tu Iii" the amount of debt i:vtirred by the several States to suppress the insur r,; tio V'!d 'larin. a, the jud4; i:;eni oi lie ilouse, mat all siKli ! d'dits should ultim itdy be le-i5hued upon bv the General Government. Mr. liildvvin of Mss. offered a prt-amble set tin-; lorth tint orgn ized trcnsnti, having its headuuar - ters at Richmond, exist in defiant violation of the Constitution, and has no claim to be treated otherwise than as an outlaw; therefore, lt"solvt-tf9 That any proposition or negotiation with rebels ouht to be rejected without hesitation or delay. The copper rolling milh at Cleve- The resolution was adopted by ' bind superintended by Col. Peet, S8 vcid to Jl navs. lament of the government, which Mr. Rodders of New Jersev ofJtwt,'e lurned bf he enemy, former- fered a refolutioi declarinz for a b' turned out 0,000 lbs. ot copper vigorous prosecution of th war, but at the same time ashing for peace, conciliation and compromise, so far as consistent with honor, and most earnestly recommendin-r the co operation of the President and S Senate in sending Commissioners to : tuchmond in order that the war . 11 t . . u ii ; uiay Le brought to an honorable, cjose j On motion of Mr. Stevens ot Penn , the bill was laid on the ta ble by a vote of 77 to 42. News of the Week. Longstreet is still m hast Tennes- j cling to hig own notions relRtlon see, nnd it is said has 40,000 men. j to it an( thc morc uncharitable wi This 15 probably an over statement, : he hs fliolillg8towanl those w!lo lif. but Lis force is certainly greater than! fcr from him. This truth 13 C011 Gen. Foster's opposing him. lie stantly illustrate in connection rrith hai driven our forces from Bean Sta- j religion, politics, and education. tio:i, capturing t00 men, and now j holds a region which furnUhes abun-! CLERK'S EXHIBIT dant supplies. For the Ye-irs 1SC1, 18i2 and 1S0U. i That pure patriot Fernando Wood 1 R- 'ooi.rich, CU rk of the Kmdo!ph 1 1 ' p--...,: ".... ,..1.. . f. !..:... .... has oTcred a series of resolutions setting fortli that it U apparent that , , .. , . . general uenioraluation and mcapaei - ty pervade the executive branch of .i..,-. ... ..... . the Government, an I c:dli:ig for i:i- ve.stitcr.tion. How saintly and ti - siti - Urested some-of these democratic j politiciain have suddenly become!! x uv-f u.i -c ;iuu via i:i im pus&iUie , eorr'.intimi. n-vl rn- il :w-krra r .! can neither rule the country nor ruin it. There is of course but little ap parent activity in military nlfairs just now. It ia not thc season for move ment but for preparation. It is net likely that much Trill be done before tlie opening of Spring. Still re cannot tell what may arise to change v present probabilities. Everything ivv of AppoiiitniCllt. is uncertain excert the lin d sue- ! "jVTOTlCE is hereSy given that the un . . i JL i! r.'ined his bi n nnp inte 1 A Irnin- cess of the government m crushing i.,tr..toi- of the Esut- of wiiii tm R. Moln the rebellion. Thi is ai sure as the t;rr rre-tsed, lt of K-mdolpU coui.tr, decrees of Heaven. An expedition of three negro regiments and one white regiment uau a nailery uas ue ironi xev Orleans to the mouth of Red Hiver. 1 t r X Our forcea have occupied Indian- ! i rp ..I . 1 ... i oh, I exa?, without opposition. j . , . , , j One hundred and seventy-nine ; Nation . 1 banks have now been es- tibliih-d, with a capital of $31,- ir.i ann oi r i 1 lüI,2UÜ Ihe amount of bonds deposited is $10,413,500. j A lUt of promotions and changes i n e the refill if armv JS in course of ; prrpartio:i at thc War Department 1 Tnr;tio:i at t lie ai iJenrfmpnt ' IS.OOO. Wh-n the war Lroke out eleven regiments with three battal- lions of 2,400 men each were ad ifA ? hü! some nf thpif ti'PrP npvrr ! .j I tttis up. j r, j ! jUlNGHAMTOS. . , Jin. 5. St. JoeDh's Collet, fillcen miles from here, was entirely burned New Vear's night. The building was insured. The dupe! WIS elegant- Iv adorned and fitted up. The Ii-: . - ii J I J t'J at wie tuen liuusc uoor iu branes Were all destroyed and were I Winchester, Randolph county, Iudiana.on very valuabl. There were nearly : turd.y, the 30th day of January. iC4, be one' hundred student, in attendance. ! ftXtpH "ofSdÄ tinl Thc Richmond Examiner of the ! j;l;lJs 8ilMted ia Rdo,Ph ccUDt.r. 3lst reviews the military events ofj The Northwest quarter of the Northeast 1803, and confesses that it Was, for! Hotter of Section 22, Township Nineteen. the Confederate cau.e. the most ;loomy year of the war. . , ' I oi Christmas was a lively day be- r Charleston. There was heavv i: r i i i UÄ,,'UI,,,,a eceiai uours an'J ur ?ri;is set the city on tire. I ntou iiovro.v. Hosto.v, January S. Tlie nnnn al address of Governor Andrews wjs delivered to-day. It is very lnthi and comprehensive. Re ceipts in the State Treasury for the yeir were $7,229,823, and the pay incuts in the same time were $G, 72N,5l7. The establishment of a Military Academy, under the pat- ronae of the Commonwealth, was urteil. The total number of m furnished to the land service bv M' sichusett, previous to 1803, w seventv-iive thousand six hundr men as- as undred and eiht. At St. Louis tlie mercury fell to M decrees i)elow zero during tlie recent cold weatiier. This is ua in r. lie led in that region. There ha.s been great sutTering a rnon tbs soldi, rs in many places on account of the. told, a id some ; have frozen to death. The Daily i i . i- . .i . U.w Irom cold at Indi- .If..i;a hi:iü;l nj:us. Fcrt Monroe, Dec. 30. The Richmond Knquircr of the tI4th I savs : 'Our losses bv the enemv frain- in possession of Eist Tennessee are incalculable. We are not onlv 1 deprived of the vast flour mills ot i that country, which previously sup- ! plieil the whole army, but the vast mujuin? suops so e.peusieiy ur- ganized at Knoxville. 'Besides this we are cut olT from the coil, iron and cooncr mines. which are worth millions tons Per ta), LATEST. Affairs in Tennessee look ominous. Gen. Lon?strect has been heavily re- inforced from the armies of Lee and jolm50n. IIU hcadquartcrs ro at T, . . , lieu Jrnije, and his position 13 saul , 0 ' . 1 to be a splendid one. 1 here was a cavalry fight near Strawberry Plains j Last Sunday. The rebels were re pulsed. DOUJIATISM. The less a man knows of any cub icct. the more obstinatelv will he ; llM.rl of fl!lt,( ,lockct lr s jurj s UI,. r!:lir''0l itns- i"es, nl forifiu'd record- zuu-e- colirc-trd an! pail orr f li'rn ' commencing on the se-i.I diy of August. 1 L1.a",J f" J'oa ti.e Jlst day of Dv-era- :er, 10, to wit; I) 'i:!;tt feej ior 1 months in 1 -G I , l 1-Gl... .$11 0 52 2."i S- I t o?, 131 2ß 1:1 Gi 1G1 GO CG 9 1 G C7 1SC3, 109 00 -167 r,G 31 5J 10 J-J ' Km'cm. Jury fecj Vor 1 Docket fees l uns RrcefTniztt.ce . . I'iut s . . . . Kecognizi j Jury If cs Padut fees. . . . I .nr Jury fees . . Witness lei s unclaimed . Total $I.Ö"J5 20 J. 11. Goodrich, Clerk. j Number rmrriar.c licenses issued for the . yenr kGJ, id 1G3 ; fj-.ca assessed. "J2 SI : ! juO' a3.,csed, inj- oiiu r.snir n Fnpposca to rp 9tiveut. JOHN S. .McINTIRE, J.m. 15, 1SC2 AdnSr. MIERIFF SALE. jy VIRTUE of at, executi. 13 retted from the Randolph f execution to me di- ph Circuit Court wi!1 "P'f to 9a:, at, V'f C..,rt-liouse d.or in W mchester, R.mdoirh cour.tr. Ipd cn SAturj4T tiiC 30:h 4r o. JanuirC, isci: 'wren inc noursoi iu o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock T.M.i f siid d.iy, the following real stp.tituattü in Raadoij h county, Indiana, t0Tt: soth iir ,r . , ,r . outh half of a certain hr.lf acre of I ml tken out of the east side of the north ?t quarter of the n.rth-et quarter of F.1-) cf. K,n-e fo,ur'ren (14" ct, 'lying Ji"i;T the town of New Tittähur. uj which there has beea erected 1 tan Louse and yard nti rar i. . , A, . . . Lxecuted as the proprtr of Jo!n D. Calhitlowerat the.uitU (More Shanevfelt H. jenkin- h'ir R c J-n.8, IbGL 2153 27 ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. TV OTICE is hereby given that the ucdr 1 N signed has been appointed Admiuis tiatrix of the estate of A. F. Teal.deceas ca, late ot Kandolph Countv, Ind. Said estite is supposed to be solvent. LIZZIE W. TEAL. Jn. 8,1664. 27 Administratrix. SHERIFF'S SALE. T)' virtue of a Decree to me directed A?JlPt U!inioICir.cuii;.C."V 1 w!n nreJ wf!ve Vi.An?i"c.r" oa tne outn en-i oi ine coutiit-?fc quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section rifteen, Township Nineteen, Rane Twelre Eatt. Executed as the property of the heirs of Jimn Jordan, de d-, at toe uit of liazd iiuat. A. J. JENKINS, Sh'ff R. C- Jacnsry 6th, it6i. $4 bO 27 tf 7 TC DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT me Great External Remedy. For Rheumatism Gout Xeuralqia Lumhuo tjf Xcck ami Joirts, Cuts atul Wound, Sprains, üruites, J'iles, Hcmluche, and all Rheu matic end Xcrvons Disorders. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, The Great Natural Tuue Sttttr. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, Is known all over the United States. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of ConnrcticutJ Is the ..utltor of " Dr. Sv celfi IufAliible' . . i Cures Kheumatism und never l'uils . i . . . .1 . . i - i ii mi i iui i i j i it I III I'm Tic iirrnlt IitTfilliKIn T I ..... v JL4 III IIIS VII Is a certain Re mcJj for Xeura!-ia. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Curei Hums and Scalds imaiediati-ly. Dr.SxrcePs Infallible Liaimeut Ii thc l;ct known Remedy for Sfraia and Druists. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Ilf.idiiche immediately and was never Lnown to fail. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Afford im:ieliatc relief fur Tiles, and el ucrn f.tils to cure. Dr. Swe-t's Infallible Liniment Cures Toothache ia one minute. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cure Cats aid Wounds immediately, nd leaviB no scar. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment I the renifdy (or Sores in the known wcrld. Dr. Sweet' Infallible Liniment fl.i been ned by more than a million peo ple, and all praise it. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is truly a "fiun J in nr 1,'' end every family 8.ou!d h ive it at hand. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is for s:t!c by nil Druggists. Trice 5 and 0 cents. RICHARDSON & CO.. S !e Proprietor. Nr-rwi h. Ct. ForMleby LnUD fc SMITH, Wholesale Druists, Q.'Uiikc Street, Chir to, I!'.. (Jencral Aptnt for tit North-Wt.!. I'i Aclniinistratris' Not'cs. "IV OTIC E IS IIEhEDY GIVES". Tint JLt tbe unlrisinr-l Ii.ih bt-en nppointo.l Admitiistrattix f tlie Eütate of A I fret! ckrtt.decrasied, hue of Kaii.h.lj.h county, ba.J Lstate ik auppoaed t 1- aulvent. HLIZABETil J. PICKKTT, .l-.ic Arf,- , , . "liber Colko-ISGT IT7fc7 Session lr?ins Wcdnrsaat. Dec. 30.', 1803. Continues i3 Weeks, TEEMS Tuition, Triimrv Trench C3 . . .2 s: a :o do do C ominon liiriu r do do Collegiate do ü 25 l.o-.rd from 1 ,o t- $2 per week. Room: for stlt-boanlers at mo ! 'rate rat. s. i Come early and mkeurr of ndnitta.ee. j 11 TCCKFII 2 u. john'-on, ! Teachers, i Collepe Corner, Jar Co.. Ind., Dec. Y.'l. f J 0. IIIR&M J-AAiXOll, j , j Druggist and Bookseller, j ! "Winchester, Ind. Has at all times & complete Stock of DRUGS, FAMILY MEHCIXES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS. Trasses and Shoulder Bmes!vÄrLru!;t Of all i-izes and kinds. School Books, ! Wall, Window and Writing Paper,! Envelops, Ink, &c. PK0T033APH ALBUMS, Sold low for Cash only. CRags wanted the highest price paid. dcclS 21 In the; Randolph Conrt of Common j I'len, rebruarr Term, 1SG1. Petition to Mortgage Real Estate to pay DcltS. William V. Dcbolt. AJm'r of the Estate of Jacob ILirIimaa, dee'd, Vs. Sarah Ilarhraan, Reuben Hirshman, Georse W Ilarhran, Khoia Lorinp, John Har$h- ma Citli!trine Walker, Ann Orcuit, Daniel K Harshman, Henry Ilarshmin, Elizabeth Ilarshm in, Heirs at Law of Ja cob Ilarshman, dee'd. Stata of Indiana, Randolph County: TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Jl William P. Debolt, V!mii3trator of t'e Estate of Jacob Ilarfhmm, deceased, has filed hi? petition to mortgage the Real Estat of the decedent, his person! proper ty bfinff insufficient to pay Iiis dttts, and that Paid petition will be heard at the next Te rm of the Court of Common Pleas of paid Countr. JOHN B. GOODRICH.Cri. Dec. IC, 156.1. 21 Coal Oil AND COAX. OIL LAMPS, The best and cheapest, At J. C. HIRSIFS Drvg Store. jFALL DRESS GOODS, AT T1IK TRADE PALACE. HUME, LORD k CO., 2G and 2S WEST WASHINGTON-ST. Just Opened PLAIN I1LACK SII.KS, All tviJtln an J quality. IM.I. l'OI LT 1V XOlVy. All colors. RICH PLAID SILKS, men FAXt'Y silkh. Splendid assortment. men ( oi.okli) .1IOIRC5, Pi lin, Striped and Figured. PLAIN SILKS AM) SATINS, Tor C cuing nnd P.irtj lrcsse. IJIK "(ilfO (iH A IN,' "Ll 1 MLK ... . , ' . Plain I rench 3Icrinoct, It LPT SILKS, Deluinr, I rench Itrpps, i & 11 . t i:.miui:ns cloths, I OTTOMAN C LOTUS, STKIl'LI) .MOIIAIKS. Dil ATE hi; LUC CAS, TAR IS KOVALS, ROB ÜOV I'LAIDS, lir.A.'h UOMIJAZÜCF.S. Mül'UMNü UINUIIAMS. FKHNCH CHINTZ, IlICII TLAID lDTLINS. KRCNCII DIAGONALS, MER RIM A CK TRINIS, S TR AC LTS TR I NTS, TACITIC PRINTS, AMERICAN PRINTS, DUN N F.LIS PR I NTS, MOURNING TRI NTS, II ii liar, ffiortl V Co. TRADE PALACE. lied Rlnnheit nnd nilt, .Muslin And Sheetin.s, Napkins, Doilus, FLANNELS, AU kiiids aud folort, FiiENCII CASS1MCÜES, Superb ti-4, Fancy Stylt s. CLOTHS AM) C'ASSlMi:itESv For men .-nd n s. ÜOSICKY Kndlesi variety. GLOVL Full line. i:;iim01Di:im N, I?atiornl Shirts, TT, tSV. KEY GOODS RECEIVED CAILY, HUME, LORD & CO., CLOAKS AND SHAWLS A T HUM LORD &COTS. NKW STYLUS. I'rpr.ch Sfr .SliawN, Srrijud Tai.-ley Shawls, Thibet Shrtvrlp, Urocl.c Mr lcrt-I Shan N, Trivclii:' Sh.uvla, fur Ladk ai.J Gentlemen. j Travclins C'loakf, Co'.'d Cloth ClouVa, E!ack- CIctb clottk nnd r,,Tn ,,,, ;,... f UU( l.LAhN, in rent variety, of all the !:tUst ani ruoft nj prov J style s . G:n iim-ii: I m ule lo order in anysty't at i-Urt i.olice. Wext Wuhintou Mtrrri. Ii:diaiitoli9. Sept. 2:1, 13 V:U tor S(raw, Vi ILL pn thif !d.-liet price in cm lor oo I R v- S:r i , to sti.ft' liorse collars. If vou waM a i Clan? . .. ' . . C:" at. ,"7 "''-ry .,t FarniUnd. and -V"A- JJon t Tory el th"l irant Strair. JOHN schf.iullr. Fnrnilanl. O.t. lrt. 1H'3. 13 s.7r, T() .,.-)0 Vl:Jl 3f(;Tfa pni: I-HTir. giant i:ving MA- J ejIIINi: CO.MI'ANF want a:: A-e,,t in each roui.tv, to solicit mini fur tl.t ir IT llr;,:uw"?i;i : Ä jilary and er. ni 8, or f. v l ir-e cotnmi.-i- j rion. rr pirtit-ul.il, terms, etc., inclose j a stamp, w.:i ::. r 1. S. FAG I., To'rdo. Olro, 21 Gumiv.! A.-ent for the IT. S. L'ED JACKET. ! t I nV nyiv tirt-PT . ; I. h. DA l ULI.) J ACKKT rxceli any j ether Lurucnt row in use lor II m.u ntr of pasr.3. r or f ile al j. c. mnsirs drug stork. hrited Indian in ue. 24 7 : J l i M 1 IT ft. - SHERIFFS SALE. T"Y virtue of venditioni exponas to tre 3 directed from the Randolph Common Pleas Court, I will expose to sale at the Court-House door in Wint-heatt-r, Randolph county, Ind , on Saturday the 30th day of January, ltC-1, between the hours oi" 10 o'clock A. M. and -1 o'clock P. M., of said day, the following ral estate situated io Randolph county, Indr.a, to wit: ln-lot numbert-d twenty-one in the town of Sptrtanburr. Execute as the property of Christian Sni dow at the auit of William Macy, Guardi an, i.e. A. H. JENKINS, Sh'ff R. C. Jan. 8,1 664. $1 07 $1,000 CASH A ND lone good Western Lands, to trade for in iroproTed Farm in thit courty App'rto myl-11 C. A. AVERY. 4 I -a if- i i NOT ALCOHOLIC. A Highly Concentrated VEGETABLE EXTRACT A PURE TONIC. DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, TREPARED BY DK. . .11. J. iCKSO.V, Thiladelphin, Tn. YILL EFFECTUALLY CURE Liver Complaint, Iypcpisa, la ii n (I ice r Chronic er Xencus Delility, Disease of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a diiordired Liver or Stomach; Such as Citinat!ou, Inward Tile, Fulne or liiood to the Ilea!, Acidity of S;omnch, Nausea. !.'-irtburn. Disgust ior Food , Ful nt o- Wiit in th- lomach, Su:r Kruc taticii . : ii.ir.c r Fluttering at tbe Tit of Xe U-iii.' h, Swiniurm of Head, liur ritd ai.J Dl.Ti.uU Rif..thiup, riutttrirg t the II-;.:t,C!ioki:i or Suffoctir?ri?atici. hm in h Ivin' liire, I) intuss f Vii.n, Potior ytlls l.ti ire the S'ht, Fevtr t.d Dull Tain in the litad. 1). licin.rT of Tr soiration, Y 'io;u s vi' lti kin und Tyt , lHin ii tlie Si. If, liic k, Chest, Limb?, ic, Sudden Tin-Ins of lien, Turninc in tha Fie.l. Coitiüt In. tiii;g of tvil, and great Ut j rW'n of !:; i its. And wii! p.jbi'.ivcly prevent Yellow Tc er, ItiiioUN l'tvtr, .'.c. TI1KY CONTAIN NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY! They will cire the above diiess in nina-ty-ninc caes out of a hundred. Induced by the xtr nire ale an 1 unWer- il popularity of Ioflar.d' (Jtrnian T!ttr (j;uii-lv v-L-t.ii!e,J ho-ti of iin.r.nnt Qi acks and uncriipu:u Jv r.turt rs, hare uj tin J upon ni'Tfi'inj: lu;minitT the tlood-f ;ti cf No.'trunis in th- l.npe tf poor hikT, v i My com pri'un'ud with ii.ji.rions drur, aud chrivtined Toni-, St'uiatliit-f nnd Titt(r. Beware of the ijininnrrat.le army ot Al coholic pr par .itin in jdttlmric bottler nnd lti; btilid ui dcrthi mutest rpreüa- ti'!'i of T item; which, ir'tad of curiij, only nr.irate ?i-cafe, :(d leave the dimp pointt'd euir'.er iu drtip?i!r. HocGacd's German Bittera! Are not h ne-r nnl untried articl. bat ft od t!) tesl of lftye.im trial the Amer icn public; nnd their reputation and tn o re not rival'ed by any similar preparaiior. . Tlie proprietors ha vi- thuusaudi ol Leiten from tu m".-t mit tit CLEKGYMEN, LAW YEUS. PHYSICIANS. AND CITIZENS, T pt;f in of their oirn personal kiiolt!g t l!.c L. nt llcittl vCtct cd medical vtrtera cf t'nsc Titttrs. Do )u'.i '.v.ip.t Jiomrthin to Strenjth eii )oit! Da vou want n prtd A p r etile ! Do you wn.it to build up )onr fen slitntittn ? Do )u want to frc-I 'Will! Do you want to ct rid of Nervous Do yen tv.int üuerev? lit jen want to Mcrp Mr!!? Do you want h Urik und i;oroni , IVclinc! If vu -!o, ue HOOFLAND'S GERMAN IM "TERS. ATTEMTION, S0LDIE3SI I AND THE FIIIT.NDS OF SOLDIERS j Ye ca'l t'.tc Attcntior, of nil havii! rela j tio;. or I r: n! iu th armv tu the fa t that j HOOFLAND'S Gtnntu Titurs" mill l;i;rc ninv-t till.s of tlie tliseus t inCucrd b expo.-urtj nt.l privr.tiriis ii.i'i.t to cau.p Iii. In ihf iit-, pu!ilhe I almost daiW in t!l, nc spapt rs, on tin? arrival of tlie fick, it ill be nctieet! that vtiy !nr.e jr-p"r-tion nre unt-rin Iroin d Liiity. Everv i -e ol that l.ii.d can be rcadi'v n.rd bv Hoor- i la u ( rmaii Ilittt rii. Dist si-s roultii from ;isi)rdrs of tiic iipl:e organs re spet-dily r movjd. Wc have no Jnitnti n in stating that, if thee Litters r frtrly u-ed uiorir our sol Ji ri. 1 uji!r!of litt nvul t t- gvil thit Ihtiwift- i!l be lut. V.'t- Ci 11 particular attu.tiii. to the follor- 1 in 1 1- i.I.!e aiifi t-i nuilx uiicntt-J tut of one cf the nation's hrit, wln'e Ii: to nsr hV own lanpuap, ha b in faved Lj the Litttr Tn;i.At)f.i.r;ii, Auf. Crd. If (2. -V tjr. Jnnes F.vut.z: Wtil, pti.tle-nn-ii, v.ur II., fl n.r (iirm.iti Littr !atd my Hie. 1 litre U no uptake in thi. It is voiu-litil for ly l.t.ii.l.tia of my ccui radts, some of whose iiauiih ire iipptnddt ar.1 who wtre fullv con:iant of all the cir cumstances of my case. I nn, and have bc-n lor the last f ,r.r years, a rr.fn.bcr of Shr;i. -.n'.s celebrated b:.tter . and ut;dr the iinm;iate rommai;i cf Oot. K. Ii. Arti. Vf c-xrofure attu.u'mt upon my h. : :, t!(!fitc, nitJ ;itiUok .! in Nuv.rr.Ur :. w iinbrnmiti ti.. ... f -f Vdirsin the Isorilil. Tliia was fol lowed by prrat db;Utv, lir'htfi.t-d bv nn :ick of t t-i.ii-rv. whs then removed j :.om t;:t- White L'ou., i,d frfM to this tltr cn hoard ti.e St earner Slate cf Maine, from which I landed on the Sir th of June. .Vr.:fi l 1 . nee i.i.tk i'i;r 1 iinte uetn niMut ns low nnr ii conld oe ai.d f-till rktin a pnrk of tiuf ity. Per a week or moie I r.-ai brarcely x.b? to prrtl!ow anttliii.jr, nnd if I did force morst I down, it waä icx&c-Jiatc.'r thron n up a-r.i'n. I c.iuld r.ot even krrp a !.if of vr.tercn iny '.onmli. Life cuu'd iu 1 l.'.t ut : these cjrcuinslaiK ni d, aeet rdiü-ily, tiie jhyfi e i.irii fruiilih t'dd me they touid do no rnre fur me. An acrjuaiutance who visitc d me at the ho.-piul a ivicl me to trv yenr B'tter, a: d kindly procurtd n bott!t ." Tr m the time I commei red taking thtoi the plccxny thadow of death receded, nd I am now pet linjr bcttr. Though I have tkke: tut two bntlt, I have pained 10 pound?, ai d I feel f inquire of beinp: permitted to rejoin mr wife and daughter, from whom I hTe heard nothing fr lb months; for, pentlcmin. I tra a loyal Virginian, from the vicinity of Prent Royal. VcrT trulr vour?. ISAAC MA LONE. We fully concur in the truth of the above statement, as we 4ad despaired of "eeir.it our comrade, Mr. Malone, restored to health : John Cisddlcbffrk, 1st N.York Battery, fieore A. Arkley. Co. C. 1 1 th Maine. I.eui Ciirvalirr. U2d New Vork. I. I. Spencer, 1st Artillerv. liatttry F. J. IJ. raru ell, Co. B, 3dVermont. iienrjr 11. Jerome, Co. B, do Henry T. Macdonald, Co. C, 6th Maine. John F. Wnrd. Co. E. 5th Maine. H"!.ry Koch, Co. H, 72d New York. NuthM U. Thoma. Co. F. 95th Penn. Andrew J. Kimball. Co. A. 3d Vt. John Jenkin, Co. B, 1 fifth Penn. Beware of Counterfeits! See that the (denature of C. M. JACK SON" is on the WKAITER of eacn bottle Price per bottle 75 cts, or hair dozen for t4. Should your nearet druggist cct have th article, do not be put off by any of the in toxicating preparations that may be offered in ifs place, but pend to us and we will for ward, securely packed, by express. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY. No. 631 ARCH ST. JOIST ES Sc JETVAJNTS, (Successors to C. M. Jacksom k Co.) Proprietor. ßTFor sale by Druggists and Deilcn ie very town in th United States.