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r z- - - THtMlSlMT. JANUARY 10. 1"5. I ! NEWh or -rill. WLi:K. Ii L'3'.üi; O.-tut.ti'jU vnü crjle Iii j ararmah, l.y previjs jii:J. -ijoi . . . refill. I In V rejoice tuut lücv agaiu mlri t!.c eld fl?i. The rile! Snator Vvol-. i: i arrested for diIiivaltv t th- South.; ---------- , Ilia wife ec.it.od t i:r Hoa Edward K-ritU di-ad A lOCOlM ax;atn:i" - " , a 1 A4. T. I .. . 1 . ,.. nr. dii .tt i fort nI.er. i -'Jitn. j : 'i it CHptute. irltl, r.A rf f'l. I'l TTl 4 II. I ntktl .- . i The next sta'.: J'.tir "ill be held at .Fort Wave. ParaoH Liowfil""" nftinnatvd j for Clovernor of TeniK'nscv;. There nevi be irj ci?:ifi'itnce placrfl m the penn rumors now he j lap poe?j ;f br th jres. nnd tliati a ceiatioii of hostilities rill take place in ten day. H all false. ' Nashville is not no the br.-e r,f pupf W for the army of the .'iirr. berLmri. The army will now be anl"ifc? by mrnni of the IVtmoM aeo river, cr by tlie Afempiiis and Charleston railroad. T!io aimv had order to move in the direction of Corinth. Colonel Isaac I Cray has b en nppointed Chirf Kecriii'.i: Ollieerj through the winter months we an- btrlSfM. when, on motion, Thomas for this District. Itieionf.' a run ihnr Tin 4th nmhr-i, i ( ',..;t, NATIO.VVI. HANK. The necessary Cep have luen taken to make an application for a charter for a National Hank at this place. One hundred thousand dollar has been subscribed. If any one desires to take Mock, he had betfer be doin mo immediately, bioi e t!ie books are closcJ. which ill be in a few days. This Dank i- needed hi re, and it ! will pay. The stockholders are all responsible men worth, in the ag gregate, not b-ss than ni'.om.Oöö. m m - rui:i: uissnuri. The emaneipation onlinanee was passed by the Constitutional Con vention or 3Iissouri, nor in pession at St. Lonis, on tho 12th inst. We presume there is but one thing more to do, to make Missouri a free State, and that is the adoption of the Constitution by the people, which will bo done by a largo majority. It is gratifying news to every loyal At A 1t.l A I will nave no rival in mis covernmeru. She has tho climate, soil, commer cial facilities and mineral wealth, to make her second to no State in the Union. Clean out tho guerrillas and keep speculators away, and she will noon blossom as tho roue. KENTUCKY STItt r.c;LlG TO DE rrtrr. The tme friends of Kentucky and the Union are struggling hard to rid that State of the curse of slavery, but whether this will be accomplish- a .A 41... ?. .ArviAirKol .1 f1 . 1 P Cut ! tr'i inn n liliri, n wuirn ii.u iiiniiiui. i Tho wealthy men ot that State have not sulTered enough to make them loyal. The Government has yielded them too much protection. If, when she was talking about armed neutral ity, and all that kind of treason, the Government had sent an army into her borders, and arrested and im prisoned every man who ppoke in farorof the Southern Confederacy, even if it had driven the State to advocate secession po as to formally withdraw, it would have been better for Kentucky and the Union she would now be a loyal State, clear of slavery and guerrillas. Notwith standing slavery in Kentucky i.;dad, vet the semi traitors are determined to embrace the Sambo and Dinah in stitution a long as they can. A It 31 Y CO It It K.M'ON O EXCF. Hr .rHi-iaTr)"! I -1 r it Vnrs ,) Colcmbu, Tenu., Jin. 3, lftö. Cor Ni.ff I have to oiTer jires- euirc of duty as an apology for not writing you sooner. Since the Kth of last month, the dav on whb.di Gen. Thoraas ad'-aneed on the rebel army i at Nashville, we have been po con-; atantlj on luty that there was but little timo ivr letter writing. tYe arrived at this place n the :M De cember, and were aligned to gari ri$on the plaee, and have been on dutv over since Col. J. M.Orr, act- m ing as Trovost Marshal, and in the discharge of the arduous and com plicated duties acquitted himself creditaMr. giving universal satisfac tion to the citizens of the town and unrounding country. We have found the citizens very sociable and pleas ant, doing everything in tbrir power to add to our convenience and com fort, and no regret that the stern de crees of the militarv rentier it ne- a cessar;- o vocn to sever the pleasant Ar.d agreeable associations formcil. Cobimbia. the eonnty seat of Maun- county, is eitnated on the aouthM 1of Itiik river, stirrounded by the most delightful eountrv I liav ever seen, cither "orth or South. ItU regarded a- the "garden spot" of Tecne5(C. It contained a popu liTir.n of ,""" o inl,.f it ir.t.-, ',.- ri'i rMttmXUAUtuttUxt.tntM ,7. . , hut soldier for tho . ouf. derate' ariay. .d thohc have m,-tlT !cm rt- - I rri'l returned to their licnus iucc i r ijefei.t of Hooil ft owiains fv.ir institutir.xn of 1, urrini; a u'ilc .. " rollte end thre- fern: tiradeim.'". which, it i aid, Wfi-e aIJ til patru-itowu. niz. - l ,.f... . t... . . ....r.;..:. Tlu d- vaav v however. i "... , .1 I hitvi n.u de ifu-i.aiU ni-on t!if I i . ... e . .i . ! 'i wauiv 111 (r.U, II .,i IM' PIULC, v. Meli Ulli I lI c- iumiV IkjU-' Vtarb ... ... . r,., T ... I.V. .-...! fvr.l UI IV lit! ill .l IlillH'l proVos ,jn:v ,-si p1mv. by the 175th TSkt? M't 1 . . I ... ...If f ! ' !ilo. I Ii' -' i i or .s ii:.s iu:u:m tikf n ru flu lim m' niareh; th- -d and ! -d Iivi'sions lie moved out, and i the 1-t Division. t wJiieh the l'Jlth regiment is :itt.tehel. will move in 1 1 a . - !ntitini!. T!ie pneiso destine- tion of our Corps is not made public; it will most probably be some point1 on the TennesM f livtr in or nbot.t l'ittsburj; Landing. This will allbrd u another pknsant trip, of tfhieh ; w have be'!! so abundantly lavore! ; during the la-t ten mr.uth. The r - distance is about r.n mile-, : ; portion or it bfiu- over mud . ro.ids, and with the rontimur.is and i nCver cndf.if; : nins in this country ' " Ktn Corps aiv on the Teinieec llTer. south of Tulaski. Hood, it is ; SMirl, has cil'eeted a cnsrin4 of tin Tennessee with the remnant tl'hiOIl Uilv rent lines. It was agreed! army, greatly demoralized. It U ; now probable that we will have but little or no rest, even during the se vere winter months. Our army is willing to suil'cr and endure any thing to bring about a speedy ter- initiation of this er.iel rebellion. The lt Division of the 3d Armv orps Ij.or been r-orc:antzerI. jotil1. ,,. t , r 1 . i drew Cox, Ihomas rieree, (eorge will remember this was the Division CoX? t,orsopl 3ionks, and Henry commanded by Gen. Alvin 1. Hovey, j Welsh, to Union. On this line the which, alter his resignation, was ds- j following gentlemen were appointed banded. The Division, as now or- !Sto"k eO.icitor: George Cox, J. .1. , , .i ii ' Chenev, Nathan Kidwalinder, Daniel gflnized, embraces the ollouing , ,ri r H. Kevs and J homafc (devenger. regiments and commanded by thc;The .t.OIK'( mo would begin at following officers: Gen. Kuger, eom-1 Cnion, running west to the Cemetery. manding the Division. 1st Hrigade, south one mile, west to Harrisville commanded bv Col. S. M. Orr; l'JOtli i school house, forty rods south-west t j. . , , t, ;to William Insle wet to 3Irs. Indiana regiment, Lol. , rrather; ... 4k. t, , . . ,. p . . , Uiatt s, north ixtv rods to section 121th Indiana regiment. Lieut. Col. ; liuo; tlu.n W.sl to tflc c,U!lkor ,nC(.ting H. II. Neff; lSth Indiana regiment, house, to continue on the section 00. ... . . m i i J.id Indiana regiment. Ma. Itobert " 1: son; 12Dth Indiana regiment, Col.J,j yn, Simpson Scott and Win. Zollinger; 130th Indiana regiment. Col. Charles Parish. The riWr.i and rcnmMits rom. posing the 3d Hrigade 1 have not learned. It will be the lai'gc-st Di vision in the Corps. The bovs of companies G and II. are cenerally well; Lieutenants r ' Hunch and Fisher, of company G. j are at the Hospital, but I learn by j jj Dr. Edwins has had charge of the Hospital in this place ti:u-e;s:ltNlieil to have my childreiredica we have been here, and has labored ted hero, ami I guess so is most of assidnons'v in the discharge of his! the people. Do you Fpos Herl I a t """ a a rotnonoi Hotii Our PivmUm a- jx'a- va aax.- . iiii'i(itif Rev. Mr. Sparks, held services in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, on Sabbath; a good portion of our reg iment and a few of the citizens were present. He i, by his kind and courteous attention to the Roldiers, winning their confidence and respect, and is exerting over them a decided influence for good. When we get somewhere else and stop long enough, you may hear from me again. Yours truly. H. H. Ncrr. FAIOIL AM) ITCNS. V Farmland, Jan. 1G, l?o5. f Mr. EDiTor.: Sir Would von ac- ceptafew words, in your valuable journal, by way of introduction, from this enterprising town. You hare a goodly number of nbscribers at this place, and all of them general read ers. and they, too, may claim a hear- mg from this place. This town con- tains about seventv-five families; it has three dry goods stores, owned j 'or even one oegins wUn r,) and . i ü r t u t r 'spelbn; out now-a-davs they've got respectively by C. T. Kouth & Co., Rrammar, alehra nnd Haderet Henning, and J. d' L. Thorn-, metry. I don't believe Gineral Jack burg; one clothing store, owned by! son heard of sich things when be S. Harnum; one tin-shop, by Macey j to school." i. Afv,.,fl. Anmrcii, In c i Here some one hinted that the i Jlt v VV VllL s.4aj a ..'4 v V Ii I aVC vet bv Jn. Sheibler, but will soon be cimngeu into me nana 01 i . ö. jthe president called him to order. Miller ci' A. Gable; one harness shop, 1 . ..rt.l.,.,t.l bv .1. M. Tprrlb nno1 WLVCHTSTLR .MAUKLT. V'llMUV. VI - aj vww strain saw-mill. by Macey. Shaw Thornburg; one team grist-mill, bv' . , v j A. Macey; one stone . -utter, by j Macev A- Shaw; sevend blacksmith . , . ! suops, cooper snop. anu nie tan- vard. Anl also wc have other aux- ill--- 1 .!. . I meries anti iacniu:s. n mat tue town commands a vcrv extensive ' irativ. i.asi year aoout sixty Uiou T . . . .. and inishels of wheat were shipped . . t .1 , ' from here. Recently the wheat j market has been dull, in consequence j - A. , . .. of snme of the buyers wishing to j settle up, others changing hands, j rc, nut now a iuu corps wm oe m inc ' i ... e.M Ml l .L - streets, and will rsakr the trade in- errirg Th ir-.i chant are very tfca hundrrf foliar. rth of , , . tx . . w , , ! C. good are sold. On Inst un .ix.i Bad er fc Henning sold nearly four Uiuiulreü dollars woita ol pjoas. Iiouth and Thorabi:rs, no doubt, old equally as much. So you see . ". ... i-..t I - haVt qUilu U cnierpiWl lliuo; lical estate rated very .hih, thoL'li IrtMUciitly chanin- hands. The larmtrs an. l-eciilating in land c ' i ,..: H...ti n Mn! 4 ,.ir nf vMh llicle t!i:m tHd.nl, e la .ir Ol s.ili s urv ilur nr tun The land ratet vc... - if ik.mh imru m iu.u -kmiiiii jioi nc. .!.. . ......1.1?..-..-. W h:i. tw WiMie .-!oli, ITi TU 1 M f t P( 1 1 V frfxnl t I r " w . n ' " - j 'irood S:d.b:ith hehool i- kept np 11 j im..c. itt- iwirviimi'i.'inu i- I. tlf I.. I 1 . . i .l.Irv. I.. Ilen - v Schoulfield. who takes jteat interest in it. Heeearl ,T a Christian Conunission w:w organized. Wr hope the ci til!;- will attend reular- ly. and krep-it up, for the licnefit of the oMw r?. Hupin that you will not decline these imperfect notes from utic of the laboring citizens, SisvAlt w Nov. I or the- Jiiariil. iii:miivi: üi.i.iim.. Aeeordin; to notice, the citizens j,,u.,vst,.d in the building of a j-ike f,om Winchester to Cnion, met at H:,r, iville. on the ölst of Deeem- iv i hi;' I n ii-' ti muh . vi. .... ....... ,m, lVUvv Shockncv, Serrctar . 'nitre were persons in the meeting uho favored the building of the pike that the line which could present the largest amount of stock, by the next mveting, on the -3th day of January, would be entitled to the preference. yQ first line was to commence on the east side of Winchester, running north east to the White river meet ing hour: then north f of a mile, iiiLCttUt ll 1411 rl Ilia ItllTiilu ti A 91. lino to Winchcstrr, ixtv wis north '"' l'"-nSor Popot. Tho Com. , mittce to procure Stock lor this route, . . 1 . , ,,. T was J. TV ( inverse, John Pierce, L. I Ingle. 6-5 to constitute a share. Kach share entitled to a vote. That l.l . -1 J . I II! t .,1 ",p "nm proeeeuuezs oe piinuMiv-u in the Iiandolph Journal and Cnion Eagle. The meeting adjourned to meet at Harrisville school house, on the 20th of January, li'i.V Thomas Ci.kvfngf.r, Ch'n. i Wkart Siiocknkt, Secy ffir the Journal. speech nt Smithvillc in Oppotdtion to i ah a . t a "Gentlemen. W' don't want a nnr srlr.fj .ufxfl. this is o-rwid i-umifh I'm . iTaiiuun or Ctiuerai .i ncKsou nan a better house to btrn inr No sir, the Gineral had'nt no better house than this., and did'nt he lai n? He knowed enough to whip the UrUishers at New Orleans, and he knowed enough to govern this nation a mighty sight bet ter the Preident we've got over us now. What I say is this, if the Gineral could lam in sich a house as this, why cant our children? I'm oppos ed to these new-fanpled notions. Last year we had to build a church, and now its a school. house that's want ed. Good heavens what arc we com ing to? Another thiivj, I don't like what they lam now-.i-dnys. My old est gal come home totherday, with a grammar, and the fust thing I heard her saying, was, I might, could, can, have, would should and will lmv ' nnd Lome othpr i:ke 1!fJliapnso. t ' i her what she meant, and she said that was the lesson she was to lam. I told her to take that back agin, and ntiver touch a grammar agin. She'd never a got it if her mother had'nt bo't it without axing me. When I went j to school we larnt t eadin, ritin, and ; rithmetie, (I cant forget them words speaker was not confining himself to the noint in Question, unon which vifeat, perbVVeV. . . . . . . . Corn, per bushel.. Oats, per bushel n,T er tr,n Wood, per cord Barler, per buhel f r S12 00 13 00 1 70flt ?5 00a i no 60 18 t0 J t 1 'JOal 40 ß.jtter jellow 40 " white 35a3T Feathers 6V cotton r.ol. pricd ArJes.per bnshel . . . 3 fK) Ar?' Butter Cucumbr Pickles, per doz 6 white Beans, per bushel 2 50 Be.;vx. per lb 50 Chicken, lire, per lb " Duck, fell fathered 7 Turkeys 9 I ' lubbits. 60 W": I n lid TurkcAn .Gert, u'l t atber! ..35 ..10 . .t . Jta 11 ;... .wiu,.', I'. v rieht. Mr. . C. Hh-tj iod Mi.- ; y We concraluUte yr on hl fhoie, S jan,i ackaowleilge t kUid rerarJ of the Ibride. in reruembcr'mg the priuter; and feel ceru!n that the bridegroom will make hii mark. a h nKrrihJ for the Journal a I.; Vili:i). i Dr. Joi Ifnni-. it hi resMericein hynn, - ' cn the l.th irst.. ot ri''v lie w rmried ' . r : . , , i with Mionio honors, bv the I-u!j:e at tK w.... .t. :....... fM.m rir clt..tt.r ltl,; Kirinl.ii.d LoJ.-t-M pirnt. lr. i II. 1S worthT cimh. Kev. O. I'. l;v I ! ( tl IT t: L'll til t h P f U '.I 1 H T IUI' n . I OIJITl AKV. , . .,. t i n n I1 ) TiiurUv UveninL', J.n. 12 . W.". riiur-i'litt IJv en;nL', J.'ii. 1. W.V Wiimiis, In )lit i'.-vnsutioi! of Divine Pr(iv i.lfuct , de.ith l. !: i i v-d tur I.ode ot" the -Dcirtv and IVllowship of our wor thy Jh'otlver, Jioaji M'NKS, thi rd wi e Ilrtlrrtl, That in the fitrlv tlt-t-o ot' our . luiiieii'cil Hrothcr, te deplore the Jo- of j one io v mi orit!eii i ou wuruiiy,; ; v:i!i:ed friend, and a u.tful citiam. 'Hat we tender to the f.nnify of onr oeceiftd lirother our i.e.u-llVU yuputhy in their i:re.it here tvcuiont. 3. That a copy of these reolnlion bei ent to the fainllv of our dece;ird llrther, i and thiit tbey be published in the Ruiivblph Jouraat and Ptiion City Knirle. THUS. L. SCOTT, Com. M. L. RKF.DKU. IIL'V VOI.'K CLOAKS AT 8. Photograph Albums at Werden Ar (Vs., opposite Glenns liloek, In dianapolis. ' i FOR S.1LE. A mf AC Ii KS OF LAND, XKAR Zt a-U KIDtJKVILLE, K.m.lo:ph coun- t, Indian. Ahout (M) acres r; cleareil nvist of which "bottoms": well wa tered and undtr good eoltivatiot;-. Address or rail ort WM. M l.GCKE. 2J-r KaLtrille, Ind. a7 i crm of Sewnit Icrcftn ITtOfR MILKS North-Wtst of Winches ter, near the liailroad, TO SELL Oil LEASE, It i heavily tirrered( putlv cleared and rVnced. with tubia and other improvements. Ad-iresH fl.TMlKKD. 2'J.3 H jx 261, Kichmond, Ind. . JJsfrfti Notice. rpAKi:" UP, byjlcniamin DeTor, of 1 J.u-!iM)n township. Kan Jolph county, lr:di:uiii, on the '2ni thy of December, 1W, one etrnv Sow. about thru- tears o M, white and nuirked with a. crop oir of thp h t't tir, ,u.d an ui'derhit in the li'ht; weight about 2Ui) pouiils. Appraised at 1 eV . John. 15. ticviu)r.ici, Jn.l2flHM. crkK.C.C. lili'clion Xoticc.f TV OTICC U h-rhy jriven the toekho!d 1 1 ers of the Winchester and S;tte Jne Turnpike Company, t lint there wiN be an election of Directors for said Company, at the Clerk's office, in W inchcter, on tlie 2d Saturday of February, W,.", between tlie hiMir.-i j' ten o'clock A. M. ami Totir l. M. Attest: N. KVMl I'res't. ,1. U. r.oonairit, Hec'y. V'.-'t c. a. Avrnr. j. t. tr.rr. AVERY & DEEM, witirsf.r am it kt am. rr.rFiti in BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, AM) SHOE FINDINGS, West side Chtmbin rt., bet. Tetrl vV Oak. UN'in.V CITY, INDIANA. Caoh paid for Hides, Pelts and Wool. 20 fro TTO.Y IM R .V COTTO.Y V.IR.Y! AM prron wihirc to buy (IKNCINF. (not l.ou; Difnii Y-iin, w'nl alwav lind it at No. s. ) KFKDKR .V WF.bDV. A FINT AS?ORTMr.NT OF MF.N'S. HOYS AND CHIl.DRE.N'rf HAT. AT No. 8. (a) It. X W. Wvc- &r2z? v."2 'r i tr A UNDKRTAKKK, Keeps Crane Ureed & Co's Metal! 3 Burial Cases and Wood Coffins, North Mail Strce Wincht-tcr, lud. I1 THE SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Our LETTER A FAMILY SEWING MACHINE is fast paining a world-wide reputation. It is beyond doubt the bept and cheapest aqd mot beautiful o all Family Sewing Machines yet olTi red to the public No other Family Serin? Michine has so many useful arpli 'nce fr Hemming, Bind ing, Felline, Tockinp, Gathering, Guaping, Brai.linp, Embroiderinp, Cordinp, anl ao forth. No other Family Sewing Machine has so much capacity for a prett variety'of work. It will sew all kinds of cloth, and with all kinds of thread. Great and recent improvement make our Family ewinp Ma chine most reliable, and most durable, and mot certain is action at all rates of speed. It makes the interlocked stitch, which is the best stitch known. Any one, even of the most ordinary capacity, can tee, at a ghrce, how to use the letter A Family Sew. ing Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines are finished in chaste and cxuiaite Hle. The Folding Case of the Family Machine is a piece of cunning workmanship of the most nstful kind. It protects the machine when not in ue, and when about to be ope rated ntT be opened hi a spacious arid s:ih stantial table to sustain the wor. V hil some of the Cases, made out of the choicet woods, are finished in the simplest and chastest manner possible, others are adorned and embellished in the most costly and su- .' perb manner. ; t, .v,.,...., tn ... , r.w,. i'y Machine in "operation, so as to judge of its great capacity and beauty. It is fat becoming as popular for family sewing as our Manufacturing cachines are for manufacturing purposes. The Branch OScea ire well supplied with silk, twi$t, thread, needles, oil, Ac, of the very best quality. Send fer a Pahthlet. THE SINGER MANUFACTUR ING COMPANY, 45S Ii roadway, AVtr "ork. INDIANAPOLIS OFFICE, lc Kati IVtithirnton - Si. ! THE DRAFT! J-.ti.Ei uf tU Suu. f i, ju'4 lo rail ovcroor j raise i One Year Volunteers, Under the late cll of the President. I dt ! to aik. op the cunipiny immedi.relj. TL Doiuty piJ bv the Govcriameut , ta each recruit i . o.VC lit M)H!:i) DOLLAK. ' ,. , ,. . .... Ar. 1 in a lvlitin to thN.the t-'nshi; are Ir ;ar;d to pay a buui.ty ot tiiki:i: iir.M)Hi:i dollak lrn i in r to voJui.tecr i'.t report , thrrnlve f tnwithnut del.-'v 1 1) . 1 -, ' U. , T. F. C I V IN'EW NUUSlvIlY. I W 1 Sil t- intorm the i'opl of Randolph 1 Count v, tf.nl I h o u Xumrr, oue half n'e i:ast or r Kii..M, : mi th.-e Railroad, here Taui prepare ! to fcr- j n.Mj evei ytlunu in my line of bus.aei, of t troo.l i:uaiitv, and at low rüt'. 1 willürll Ap:h Trt-eH at 1-M eti, Vrf i ivar j. ' s cti, sccuoard rtnr at 41) cl. Cherry X x ,-t, Peach I5ct, Flamb rJct, j lnpe 1 to o cf. apconhnf: to Tarittv. KVKUC.HilCN TRKKS in great variety at lorr prices. J h-ive Struw berries (Joosebe rrie.r Kaap-' berrit-s, Curritui, and all the Small hrMitai of the Tery lu-M rarieti. Nearly all my of Stock i v.u own raiting, ni i there fore auitc-d to the soil of thiip.irtof the country. JOHN fn)TY. Krtrn.land.Sept.,22-. ri? WHEELER & WILSON'S MACHINES T IIL public lure tried these justly cel- bntted IHchmea for Tei l TlTea.is, And they have decided that they are Look at the r.nniber oll up to thin time. ' The leading Machines foot up as follow Wheeler .V Wilson' I M Singer V Co . . (Jrover A: H iker . . . . .lio.nno .. .TO.mik) 1 The Wheeler k Wilson sales ate ucarlr us m iny as the others cuiubiued. These are the reisons : 1st. The Inventor of theWheeTeri Wil son i I penhi who thoroughly viiulerst.iuda j all the principle- that govern roncninery. 2d. He hits experimented with his own in ventions, arid hits tested the idens of others; nVmg rhüt which is pood ami throwing uside the h i'I, till the Wheeler A; Wilson stands .ilonc nek now ledic! y 11 machiriists to be the iut perfect sewing machine. .'Id. The W heeler A: Wl-on h s no cUp trip rixinV altoiit it. It does not nmke four diil rent .titelte, nor cl tun to do any olhcr J foolih iitv-i x-tieaMc. thtn?. Ith. l!- rienc h.s led to the conclusion that of tin varitty of titelies ma le by nut chinrv, the phiiti l.iek-sfifrh is t h best, (more durable ninl handsomer.; TheWIir.ELKR W I LSO.V makes thit titch, 'tis alike on both sides the jrodn loes not rij or ravel, and require less than half the thread to form it, that it used by other i-titehes. 5th. Thp entire motion of the machine is rotary, so that the wear is scarcely percepti ble, and the pint are all open, so that this slight wear can be taken up. Skill at fir.f then experience so as to Know what i- needed f.r the great variety of cwiti in fxnvli. together with capital in 1 criorjv. hare all combined to make the WHF.ill.KR A 'A'lLtSON the leading ma chine in the world. All tl.ichin trnrrnnfed three year: instructions civen "t our ofGces, free of charje; printed instructions accompany each Mac hi nt . Any peron of otlinnry intelligence can, in an hour's time, gvt a knowledge of the Machine, so that, with practice, they will make good operators. Call and etamine them, or send1 for circu lar w ith samples of work. C. C. CLVLSuAsent, journal nrirniNr;, Comer iltridian and CireU-St, Di lutl'napolisi Ind. THOMAS WAR I), AT HIS OLD STAND, .Torf of thtl Cnurt lhu$e, has on hand and for I sale a GENERAL J Assortment of Hardware! j T RON, Steel, Nails, Carpenter's Tools, 1 etc., at Ward's llardtritre fctvrr . DOUBLE and Single Shot and Rifl Guns end Revolvers at Word's Hardware Store. POWDER, Lead and Caps, Powder Flasks and Shot-Bags at Ward Hardware Store. , GRINDSTONES and Hai.gTng, Lo Chiins and Steelvards at Ward' Hardware Store. J SASH, Glass and Putty at Wnrd'sj Ilärdvrare Store. BUTT and Strap Hinges at Ward' Hardware Store. GENERAL assortment of Snoe xl. Findincs at Ward' Hardware Store. BRASS Clocks and Kettles at Wnrda Hardware Store. A GENERAL assortment of Saddlery Hardware at Ward' Ifardware Store. rtlABLE and Porket Cutlery, Tea and i 1. Table t-p ons, Basting Sp-)ons at IC II Ward's Hardware Ktor. ENAMELED and Surar Kettle, Skil- lets and Lids, odd Lids, sre skii- lets, Tea-Kettles, Stove Pota and Dog irons a; aru-s liaraware Store. C! CREWS, Locks, Latere- and Bolts.: O Mill, Cross-cut and Carpenter s.ws, Shovels and Spades, and Coffln Trirr- weg t a 30 Ward's Hardn are fctoie. mm Administrator' .Salts XI OTICE i lierebv eiven that the un- rsiene-j, Adminitraii.'r tt the Li tate of Kiln Puzh. deceased. wi offc lor Blje a puoiic out cr Bj fnt, rrideiice of n ;a wVw Vrt-rwhin. I Randolph ccuiitr, Indium, en l?iturday, I February 4tU, Irfo, the persona) property of j said estate, ceoetin g f one kots, ou ru, one Ian-mill, one apon and other iarrnin? itnleaaeute, al.: household and Uitchen furiTitnre, with .riou other arti clca. S.Ie la b?iu at 10 o'clock., A. 31. j J.!;m,A.ir.L!l fn! 2I VrVJ,:!: i m0:ith will he pivrn, by the putchaw giv- v J 11 I vtaa v iwui ; note warmp valuation and appraimcot ' , with cood ecurit. . Ja:tuarv Gth, 1?C5. l.j. monks. Administrator. 'JT-3 AT REDUCED PRICES. HEEDER & YVELDY, AHE XüW Ol-t.fl.NG f LARGE STOCK OT Fall and "Winter "JD R Y GDS ? 0 HATS AND CAPS. GROCERIES, AND QVFF.YS UIRE. ALSO, Ladies1 Cloaks and Furs. I NO. . WINCHEESTER, INDIANA. I7e stoves of All kinds. TINWARE OF ALL KINDS. n-i ,V.n nv TT I : " " ""1 in Eastern ladt an at, at .. . .BW,(I,(1 e-. r1cAdam8 o Storo 3toro, West side Public Square, WINCHESTER, INDIANA- Highest Price Paid for old .Metals. . Agent j rpr tnr .icwari ctovc. T8ß V?ir Establishment. rIHE wnJe rsigned wjha to notifv the A c;Iid of Wir.che-er a.r4 xirround i2 eoswurv, tL it be Via e red bi- nes ou tit aonfh aid? rf rh-e 1'ibJie Smart. nrt S in OnLli'. J! &tr.r tA.. be ktpTofcctiiil Clgrtf II kiil and of the tuest .ility. or Notin, Toys. Candiear Nut, Jtc Iurchfr r muted to call. 2,-13 IKA TRIPP. INDIANA JlfSC smill X. .H. ßi:.HATl X CO ay I'LALERS 15 MUSICAL fiOCHANDISE or nLR utisvuinios. SOLK AÜEXT? FOE iT .1 f It JK JIT CO ST 9 BR.IDBFRY'S, AXD OTIIEIt FIRST CLASS Piano-Fortes. BATES HOUSE COR7EK, l-lr DIt. STIUCK LAND'S .MELLIFLUOUS COUGH BALSAM C,;.i JRES COtlOIIS, Colds, Sore Throat, Aitlni.a, and Couuuiptioii. It is only ueceaiary for any one troubled with thtae complainti to try one bottle of STRICKLAND'S MELLIFLUOUS COUGH BALSAM ! to cont inj them that ii is thebet prepar ' tion ever um-d.. It no only cur- the abore aiiections or the Ihr oat and Luns, but it curei Night wervt And Spitting of Illood, and is un excellent parole for any kind of SMire Throat. It it pleasant to take, and a safe medicine for children. Price M) cents per bottle. For sale by Dm jciti cenerally. (ienrrnl Depot, Eat Fourth street-, Ciu ciunati, Ohio. P I E S . A S U R K C U U K. EVFUYBOnY H BEING CL'BED OF t'nia distressing disease by the use vf Dr. Strickland'3 Pile Remedy. Bead what those m who hare ued it: Mr. Charlea W. Ln-lram, of L"nisille, and Mr. J. I. II z.arde, Cincinnati, ()., both ' were cured nft r using me l of Dr. Strick -I land's Tile iN-mcdr. Thev St.? thev have I a a tried ererythiiiL' but could obtnin no relirf, l.ntonePi't of Dr. Strickland's Pile Kemedr afl'-ected a jerfect cure, after suffering for man? yenrs with the wrst kind of pij. They recommend everyone who ia lutTtring to try it. Sohl by all Druggist", 50 rents per pot. Manufactured at No. 6 Eaat Fourth street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ask for Dr. Strickland's File Remedy. SOLDIERS! Yon ought r.ottn h without such a vain able medicine. The Cincinnati National t't.ion. 9 Arril 27th, say, that thou and I of onr soldiers have been saved by the use ? of Stricklarad'a Anti-JTholer Mixture. Foe ( sale by Drug gilt t 5" rents per bottle. ; General D'-pot, No. 5 East Fourth street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 3-ly For sale ia-TTinchester by IL KIZER ANI J. C. HLKSiI. I TILE! TILE! TILE! J Drain Your IfVf Eand! I t fMIE Drain Tile manufactured by the undersigned have been pronounced the best in use. Try them, and if youdonot berorce satisfied that thev are jsjaf the : Ihinq jnr draining tret ltnd$, we will re- j f-m-1 you the monev naid for them. We keep on hand BIUCK, of our own manu facture, which we warrant to give retire atif.irt'-f.n. j C-jTf-v' u a rail at our Yard, north of the Depot , Winchester, Indiana. ; Julyitfly ). J. K. MARTIN. Blanki for sale at thti office.