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1 THE RANDOLPH JOURNAL TIIUUSDAY, APRIL G, 1?Öj. LOCAL NEWS. Cox.. II. II. Ntrr, who hai been dangerously sick with fever, U im proving. Tut North Krxst Indiana Confer ence, of the M E. Church, meets at Kcndallvillo, Ind., next week. Judgo James Urown and wife, James Ennh, and John Dain, have nil been k-l; for some days, but are all Improving. 9 m Mr. Monks ra buried by the F. and A. Mnaons. There were eevernl membt from Farmland and Lynn present. m - Tiik heaviest rain which has fallen for rears, fell on last Thursday. The whole fajr? of the couutry was cov ered with water. William Nixon died on Tuesday, the I tli Int, of fever, after an ill ness of several weeks. He was aged about 2'i vcars. Hf.v. Mas. Wkioiit has returned home from Philadelphia, where she had been to visit a sick brother, vjIiq died while he was there. Lieut. Col. John C. Taylor, of the S-Uh Indiana, has resigned and returned home. He was in our of fice Monday. He is in the enjoyment of good health. Mn. Di ck will remove toGalesburg, Illinois in a few days. We arc sor ry to lose so good a citizen. We wish Mr. Duck success in business, wherever he jrocs. T"E nichmond Teli-gram says 'a gap eighty feet wide, in John Cal vert's mill-dam, was washed out." This U equal to the Irishman "dig ging out .1 hole.' Elimia Peacock died of lung fever on last Saturday. The funeral ser vices were performed on Sunday. He vrai a very worthy and highly respectable young man. Bkv. Ciialli.s Wkioiit will leave for Conference on next Mondnj or Tuesday. We believe the people fire will satisfied with his ministra tions for the past year. Elwood IIiatt lias sold his prop erty in the South I'ront of Winches ter, to S. B. Bradbury, for 61,700. yix. Ii. will take possession of it on the first ot May, and remove his bhop there. Wc a nr. thankful to our good friemN nhout Jerit ho, for a litt of a (loir u subscribers, who bay lh?y are determined to sustain the Journal if cciUir. btuiues. man ditl vrithdraw his patronage. Tiik wiikat between this point and Dnton, Ohio, a distance of fifty seven miles by rail, looks well. Late sowing does not promise well besides a few old, exposed liehb, look somewhat spotted. Gto. Stkvknsos brought us sever al pounds of the finest maple sugar wc ever aw. Mr. S. is the largest manufacturer in the couuiy. Wc are very much obliged to Urn for his generous bestowment. sYr. it stated in the Bichmond aper that Dr. S. S. Bovd, of the i . ... . .i. b-llh Indiana, has resigned, on ac count of ill health. The Dr. has not been with the Regiment s;n.cethc battle of Jtocky -Paced-Gap. Tnu firm of Tripp k L&wicnee have associated with them, in the grocery business, Mr. W. Mackcy, of New Paris, Ohio, 7fo las just become a citizen of Winchester. This house is becoming xcry popular. W k ark under obligation to W. A. Hamilton, of Lynn, for exertions on behalf of hc Jouru-iJ. Mr. II. is a oung gentleman of energy. He hK engaged in the goods trade, with Mr. Powell, with every reason for Wk wknR jrbxd to receive a call from our iYund,.I. H. Alvy, of the house of Don.ison 1- Carr, of Indi tnarnitiH, the oth.?r day, and to learn wawuc. ..vv.. u uv. cess in his busmen, and bopo he may continue to do so. J. M Tuuiias, who was wounded in the battle of Lost Mountain, has foriacd a co rrtnerj'uip in the gro cery business, Tvith LU father, Mr. E. Thomas. The Crra will now be E. Thomas k Son. We prophecy this will be a popular house. Sn.7 Cukek has been on a bust. Our friend Jeaks sar the barrel of whisky on which it got high. It is usually a steady, old-maidish kind of a stream, and docs not as a gen- eral thing, cut up any pranks; but Iat Friday it was outside of its banks. It has not been on such a pree sincf 157. Side-Walks. Now is the time to improve aide-walks and gutters. It indicate enterprise to see ood vralki before a man's property. Eve ry improvement made in, or about 1 a house-to hcatitify- and adorn it, tvüI add to our happiness, v.hich length ens out the thread of life. Messrs. Knlislt fc McIxtire, of Dayton, Ohio, arc turning out very large amounts of procerie3 to cus tomers in Indiana and Ohio. Tliev ship several thousand dollars worth of groceries each day. They have built up a very heavy wholesale trade in Dayton. They are gentlemen, and correct business men. Tiis Election There was no opposition on Monday to the ticket presented by the Unionists, as to Township Trustee end Constables. Tho3. Kizcr was elected Trustee, and for Constable, John C. Peelle arm .u. r. i oner were elected lorjbv the President. On motion, thenr- the town, and Amos V. Peacock for the east and Addison Harris for the west district. These gentlemen arc all qualified, and so far as they have been tried, have given satisfac tion. Teaciiäks' Association. We trust ! no teacher in the county will fad to be present at tno meeting of the As sociation, next Saturday, as it prom ises to be qne of more than usual in terest. Assurances havi ben given by most of thoso whose names arc on the programme of exercises, that they will be present, and prepared for the occasion, and wc hope to sec all there, as we believe it will well re pay any teacher to attend. I.Njrsricn. Some person circula ted the report that Thomas L. Scott was a Copperhead. We say that the man who did so was ignorant or dishonest, for no man in l'andolph county has done more for the Union cause than he has; and we say it is a kind of electioneering that should bo frowned d.jwn. The Central Committee and all else endorse! h;a Zionism, and why any man should have the hardihood !i put in circula tion such a falsehood, can only be! accounted for on the icore ofli-S honesty. f Dayton am U.mos K.vii.noAi. This road is now doing a fair busi ness. We could wish to sec it do a heavier business, for there is no more gentlemanly officers in the West ill nil on tlif 4 rn.iil Mr 1 SfIm5on Ihr "pfiftrnl ?M'rr!ti'rw7fiif wjiüe we have not a j)crsonal ac fii:ai:;tan with h'UJ, we uniformly hear hi;n spoken of highly. While at Dayton vc made the acquaintance of J. II. Sharp, the conductor of the oxpi-" tiriin. Ir. S. is uniform in I'.ia gentlenianl' di poittncnt to trav elers, which !3 a lino characteristic of a good conductor. We recom mend all to travel over the Dayton and Union road to Dayton, Cincin- i nati, and Columbus. You arrive at Columbus three hour; sooner than j ou any other route. Count tmiratcd. j Ivmily, daughter of Thomas and t iilioda .Marshall, died April 1st, 1 (.", aed 12 years; Iiiic:isp, typhoid fever. Kmily has exchunged a world of sor row, trial, and disappointment, for one pure, holy aui glorious. n. For the Journal. WVSIII X fJTON TO H . SI 1 1 1. Charles Powell was elected .Tus- tice of the Peace, of this township. unm ''iaw was eieeiea ton- stable of this townjsh'p. This township cast her vote for Win. K. Murray for Auditor. S. Seaman, who fell in defense of the old llag, was buried at Hlooming's port on the Jfith of March. Calvin Kngle of the id Indiana Cavalry, who was a Southern )rison- er, has returned. J. II. Stink. For the Journal. TA H.ML.VM). 'ihe continued rains have pre vented the farmers from doing much plowing. The season was such that a very small amount of maple sugar was tuc ;IitUs vionity. At present there is a prospect of . .i i tu ii ,i I. n t rnii II Linii-s rf an abundant crop of 11 K.mU of fruit. The reach trees that survived pe the winter of 104, arc apparently loaded with Moom. James A. White has removed to Iowa. lie left a few days ego, in a chartered car. Joel Thornbtirg sold his entire stock of goods, to D. Robins, of Monomy, y takes possession imcJcJily. Mr Eponnmv. Wavna cotint.V. who KoVms is a irood business inwi, and merits a liberal patronage, whicl he will io doubt receive. JoliaA. Moorman hoj Jskcn otit of Elijah E. Harbour, deceased. Kilcv liwoods's if.. was bnned a few day sago disease, chronic. Samuel C. Burris has a child very dangerously ill. The general health of this vicinity is improving. A good leal cf anxiety is felt here as to the result of the impending conflict between the two jrrcat armies n Virginia and North Carolina, made the more intense from the fact that many in this community have hus- l .1 r . t - .1 : .1. nanus, iaiacrs, anu sous m tu-n. ue - iariineau John A Moorman has removed his family to Parmhnd. Ichafop STILL THEY COME. Harrisyillc, April 1, 1SC5. Epitoks Journal : We have not, previous to this time, been readers of the Journal, and iiiiaht not .have been in the future, had not II. B. Cox withdrawn his patronage from votir paper. Not wishing to let the Journal die, or countenanco Foster I Cox, or Iiis defenders, and to re ward you for your reply to II. B.'sj insolent letter, we, the undersigned, therefore send vou our names, with 81 50 each, for which you will please send us the Journal lor one year from this date. Georgo Cox, II. Y . 11:11, Simon Snyder, G. W. Bousman, Joseph Monks, Durand Smith, Thomas Fierce, Jospph Frnze, Andrew Smith, Steplien Hickman, E. C. Hcmlricksc:., John It. Coats. T i : 1 1 xi 1 1 v i : .ii i : i:t i n r : . On Saurday, March 25th the stockholders of t!ie Winchester and Union City turnpike met at Harri.s ville, for the purpose of organizing. "i'lir iTiPctinT tvnc rnll-l in nnlnr I tides of association vere read and adopted On motion, Thomas Cievenger. J. N. Converse, George Cox, John B- Coats, and Alexander Smith, were elected directors for the ensuing vpar. On motion, the Journal and Eagle were requested to give the above j proceedings publication. Thomas Clkvlngki:, PrcVt. H. V. Hiil, Scc'v. BUS!?JES5 NOTICES. No. 3 is the place for me. Lndic ami lild rrii' l'ur at Xo. R. Gold Pens at Werden A: Co's., op. positc Glenn's Block, Indianapolis. Under the Journal olllce is the place for I);y Goods. V. Bl'V Yoris cloaks AT .NO. 8. Great e.ciiei:ici7t Tit No. 3. Don't fail to call and see. ... v . 15. J'if.rce pays cash for Butter nun A'gg. i ne iiigii si .price can ...1 t 'IM I I a , alwayy l,e expected from hi.n. Closing out our stock to make toom for Spring Goods, at No. I holograph Albuins at erden a , . . , , , , Cos., opposite Glenns Block, In- diannpolia. ! IWck will sell a large lot of rich mill-feed, very cheap for cash. as he wishes to close out his feed store. The Lady slkook for .March at Werden V Cos., opnesite Glenn's Block, Indianapolis. countiy merchants. We are pleased Buy VrT)ÜrioTT"at Wer- lo licnr t,lis for lluv arö reli:ibIe an'1 den A- Co's., opposite Glenn s Block, responsible men. We were well ac Indianapolis. qualnted with them before tluy went 'tl'n"rM ViM u-11 tnul n irnn 1 itor'' Ilrown ami Illeacned 3iuslins. ! cheap, at Xo. Ö. OLD NO. 8 STILL AHEAD. 'll"w" UUL Ul . . . . Photograph AUuni3 ut Werden v Co's., oppose Gnn's Block, IntU- aiupoho, I'owcll A: Hamilton of Lynn, Ind., are doing a good business. They are live men and have a well select- ed stock of goods everything the J fanners desire. They buy all kinds' of prod.ire and pay the highest prict. In anotlier column will be found Their Notion Department is com the advertisements of Messrs. Don- pKte. They have a bakery eon aldson k Carr, and Icssrs. Kvan.s, m-cted with their grocery. Wc ask Dawes it Co., of Indianapolis. Those ail to give this Lou$c a trial and you engaged in the trade will do well to . will not regret it. All kinds of pro- give them a call as they are reliable, ! clever men to deal jvith. Elliott k Hall of Lynn, Iml., nrc good business men, and uill take pleasure in waiting on customers. rIMwkti ofj.?- i ntt jiL-f rf ttw.li iTAr.il j rt ,a t " ... , .... 4 . T . . I - PI..... ....11 ine eouiur ieni:uiiis. xih-v iii receive all kinds of uroducc in c. changc for rroods. Jelf. (Quick's new feto-k of ftonts : and Shoes arc selling very fast since : prices have come down. lie now hasomeot the finest styles in the market. C);te pat.ten. of ladies' shoes with Imekles ca the sides a;e very fine. This is the latest style. ' - - - 9 John D. Carter is still playing his ,Vanksin tho Good.? market, Inn ing " h ovcrvthin- is down and selling i , , - TT , . , at the lowest price. He has just been receiving a iame stock from New j York, and more coming. Prints at j l." cts.; Pelaincs at the same ratio Now is the accepted time at Carter's -.0.. Dr. J. W. Wilmore, is now doing goad business. Persons arc coming p rl:rPf.,in to him for work from all directions lie get the moit flattering assur ances of the high regard in which he ' is held as a dentist. No one ho has ?ot h to do 01 ,,af to i our Knowieuge, oecu uisssusueu. We take pleasure in calling the attention of the people of Kr.ndolph j county to the following rccommerd- ation, by John Cooper, of Mr. Na than T. Butts, as a teacher. Mr. B. is opening a graded school at Mount Zion: t4I regard him a thorough scholar s far as he professes to know, I I 11 .1.-4. T finA fn.m I . n ; üuiu hay unit a imu ii tl? ' mure inorougu. oc is i'o, in uiy . opinion, a thorough practical teacher, Jny CoorER.M S. B. Bradbury offen his house end lot in the North Front of Win- j ehester for sale very cheap; call quick jf vou want a buisness house on the ! 'y .e 1 1 Edmund Thomas k Son are, by constant politeness and liberality, L'ainin customer. They are now doing a heavy business; their stock is as good as any in the market, and the say that no living man shall undersell them so we expect good times now. Give them a call. Henry Lud vi: Co., are increasing their trae. They are determined to do the right kind cf business with the people. They expect to deal with ali fairly, selling the best of ar ticles at as reasonable a price as can be furnished by any. They solicit all to call and rive them a trial. J. S. Way k Co., have been receiv ing a ncwr stoi'k of Groceries which they now offer lower than ever. The way to find out how low Gro eeriw are, will he to call at this re liable Grocery House. No one will undeitake to sell lower than J. S. Way it Cp- Produce ta'cen in ex- change Williams has come down on the price of goods since gold hrrs fallen ; to 145. lie has reduced equally las much as the reduction in the price ol gold. Call and buy bcloreit irocs up again, and he will convince vou that he can sell lower than you have bought for some time. Lenkersdorfer it Wesp are manu facturing the latest styles of fund ture. We ask all why they g and ; buy old fashioned bedsteads, when U!,ey cim Zci a beautiful cottage one j for lcss money. Bureaus, Stands, Tal les. Sofas, Centre-Tables, Chairs, . t , .-'.n-o, v., ..x... v.. Crat uUasler in the Gold Market, i but Henning is making the matter all right ly felling goods very low. lie invites all to :ivc him a call i . , . , . , ! He has been to Cincinnati and Day L .... , . to:, -l"d bot:ght his goods at tin the lowest figures, which enables him to defy competition. Come on :v;th your produce. . t Avcrv A: Deem arc still ahead i.i ..ii: . 1 CM., Tl... -.. p a" .wc wiurie.-aiing to quite a number ol " on hand. Bceib r, Weldy A Co. are now le ccivinir a very Iartre stock of roods. bought at panic prices; think of six I pounds of Sugar for öl, Print for ( 15 cts. and everything elvo in uro- j portion. Men need not svy ng'.ythat they cannot ailbrd to buy their yivcs i new dresses. They will be reg.-irdcd j stingy if they no not do so iu.mc- jdiatcj. Tripp, Lawrence t Co. have just received a new stock of Groceries IwhLiilhey arc selling very low. duce received at ihe highest price for roods. V-Te call liic attention of our rcad- j.c;'s to the advertisement in to-day's- paper of Sumner k O'Kane, Piano dealers, Dayton, Ohio. W c had the ' v j pleasure nf niaking their acquain tance a few days ao at their finely fitted up rooms. Mr. O'Kane ex- pects to he here next week, and will call on those whodeiiv to purchase a first i-lus$ musical instrument. Notwithstandii.g muddy roads and Sail other impediments, those in neo-1 of the service of u Dcutist 1:11 con- itinue to find the office of Messrs. & r ho arc doing a L n. - w.nf.-. Jn tlu,.. 1;. lrriic amount ot work in then line, T. . . A . r., ,t (r Vuh I heir clhce is cast ol the 1 ubiic ; ovcr Xrilip J,awrence k ! Co.'s grocery. rAltn. We have this day, March 1505, associated with us in business W. M. Locke and J. W. Scanty, Esqrs., under the name cf Reeder, Weldy k Co. Messrs. Locke and Seaney art both men of noted busiucss reputation, well and favorably known to this community. By this association we arc enabled to cxteu our business, greatly to the benefit of our numer ous customers. Wc shall Otfcr them the largest and most desirable stock cf goods ever opened in this place, in a few days, which we will sell for unpreceuenjfd lew prices. We return our thanks to our cus tomers for their liberal patronage of J vft P. and would cordially as k a continuance of the same. Reepkk. Welpy k Co. Remember No Gai.dixSev.D9 All kinds of Gar - den Seeds, just received, warranted fresh, grown last season, on hand and fur sale by B. Puckrt: A: St.n, at : their Feed Store, Wet Front, Pi.b'ir j Squaie, "Winchester, Indijina. is Zoir.di, ?how m wh.t tV.-il't !-.? ! woun !? ift tSi-.'.i o-.i't ri? wAt-rt j tar thje;rv j Xay, nny, calm thyself, and r. ! Dr. D. II. Serly's Liquid Remedy, which will renovate your head, gent ly remove the ueno'sits ap.d incrusta- tiona which have been formir.fr for! years, rr.d dn ingup the fountains of - . - . iicailn, restore the various elanu and membranes to a healthy and natural action, uhen goo.l humor in your naturo will again prevail. Vt inch i ist ii ii Mn iv i:t . rio-.ir, j.or l'JT U ... .-i :: 1 iie;it, ptr :- 1 Corn, p r bunl. O it?, rr luhvl . . liny. J or ton Wood, ii r cord . . :il mi! ;j f ) . .'"' Ii irley, jmt bn!i Iluttt-r, yellow I2;ri:3 fVathfrs Ra?, cotton 4 woo Pried Apples T' r hu-l:el. C'imr.-iU r 1'icklr. p r duz.. White re:is p r l;i.h? 1 .... Hp YV'io:. j r !t CliickpiH, live, per H D irUrf, full fe.itlicrc 1 Turkeys (Iccse, lull J'tMiliTed läVC ;.i r, ... .3 0") 0 2 : so i 10 i 9 i l. rY?rKri,. n Kit voi xn nr.nn.iTY, nu. stkpjklanh's ton. IC -We cm r rnr:irnnd those sniTiM-iri' with Lo of Appetite, Indrf ition, or !)vs-pep-i:t, I'Tervoiiriu-'. Nirvij; D.ljilitv, to use trickliOid' Tiii(. It iJ vrct t lr pr p,ir.it:nn, f;ce ft'm aJchoho'Ic liqnor-i; it Ptrf ncthns the hole nrrvous ?trm; it crt-atrs a conl n jp ti , nnd in wurnnttd to cure I)vpop'ii arid NVrvc?:.' Drhilitv. For salf hy I)nir;:i?f". rtnra i'y, nt per hottlo. Prtprd hy Dr. A. S'rirkhind, C E45t Fourtli Straft, Cincinn;iti, Oliio. 1 DI AUIt llCEA AND UYKNTT P. V .Wc hnvf cxiininrd a re:t nuniher ff IctUr from some of the most prominent eitifii of (.'inciiiiiati and Covington, rtc , sptkirq in the !ii!)t trnis of Ir. Strickland's Anii-Cholf ra .Mixture for the er.ro of !iur- r!ini and lv.-cntrrv. Tin; IctO rrf are too Jon to publish Mr. Wood., of Covieiiton, ! s:iys he w:is primnncd incurtblf by tin-In-fit doctors in Cincinnati, and one bottle of Irr. St rick I. unl 's Ant i Cholera ülixtnre cllVcU'd a pein;nont cur, alter fiiUVi ing j fur m'uith wit'a the worst form of tiiarrluca t and Ivsfiiterv. Aaolhrr t.tys he was ilif!irrrd from the United St itt n st rvicc, alt r su'IVrin:: in the Iio.-pit il fop eilit moi.i'iw, us i:i(.tir:ih!r, ard a a last rvinrcc tried Srrickland'- Anti Cholr;i Mixture; lie pit well directly, and In. !:ow iitr;'J tl'.o armv strain ia oo 1 Jiralth. )ne mm writes In h:i cured seven ; or ei"üt very b:; 1 c.ic? of tliarrlm-i and dysentc-ry ia tli Inrnok !.e .v:ik in v.ilh one bottle of tnv-t Vit'.u.Oj'c medicine. In fact we could fill hilf our pucr v.ith similar itene? from these letters. Why docs not our (lovcrnmcnt pcc.irc this valuable pnpan t ion ? Our anny oulit t be supplied w ith it It is but a short time .'iue one of our men lay in a very low condition at our of our Cincinnati hospitals; his wife was sent Ir; the. d-c n.; cn:'. It r. 1 hi3 aliopeltss eaif.' She. hir. cvrr, g.tve him Strickland's Anti -Chol r a Mixture, and in three weeks he was able to return homo with lo ife to New Iliehnorid, (). All the-c r im s lirht at hörn f.r thein-' lvr. We hope ! t!ies tldi(r will put a bottle of itinlhnr knifaik; it miv sne them r omeofj their co'iirad1-. It is lr ?a!e by Dru'.-i-'ts, j at ."id cents -,r r b it tie. ti ! MOUNT ZIOX SCHOOL. NATHArl T.BUTTS, TEACHER. J i rSHt: MfU'NT XION school wiuj t co.Mr.Nci: ti: t; Timu Mon day IN AIT.IL, and continue Ten V.'ctks TI'ITION. I '.-pellincr, Keadir.r, Writing. Arithtnrtir to! I'ract'm,- Std!irds; .hntal, t t t I, .... .. . vr j Arithmetic, tro:n IV .ct ions; Mental, lioir. the hundie Uli jtaj: ; ( Jeotirajd.y, Iltt lili (Irammar, Cloention (Kidd's,). Jlletio iif a ry AI; or v 0 00 I'hvsieal Cieorajhv, riiv-io!oy, N.itural Thilosonh;-, CIimi tj-y," &e V' Higher Al-'bri, fieormtrv, I'lane and An-j 1,....,ll .1(1 I li i alytical Trigonometry T0 Janitor Tee "" JOHN TISOK. ) 51-0 JOHN M. MTCAS. . Directors. LC.NJ. II. THA UP,) ST0VE3 OF ALL KINDS. i TINWARE OF AM- KINDS. Triees Lower than tiny other IIouc in Lantern liuiinna, at McAdam3's Stove Store, West si !e Public tro-iare, W INCH DST i: R , INDIA N A . Highest Price P.iid for old Metals. Agency for the Stewart Stove. 27-ly S it a ii I S ,7 VLSRL STRUf.T, C.VC.Y.V.l TI. m.vor a. ro., TYIioIc-ile Dfalris in I.IILLNERY GOODS! LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS In the following sc s-hapfs MilUaire, "ic(oria, Foust, Standard And other nef styles; Bonnets, Silks, IJilbon, Flowcr, Feathers, Onmrnent, And all new styles of .Millinery C-oo.1. Clcak and Dress Trimmings, Corsets, Pads and Clu.ys CLOAKS. AND SHAWLS, And Manufacturer; of CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. GOLD. The value of Gold will regulate the price of our Goods. Yoi.r orders lire t-Oiioited. Any Goods ent you on crdcr, if tct 8ti:fact-r? , miv be rttorred 33-1 1 f.-ri- i t ts r -..-. flvr : A if- " J. .r-SjS -I- cv:.,'. ' "Who has net lost tlc -jr. jrr'nejhiie d ! mortiL;.i ol I American and Italian 3Iarli!e ! . .. .. .. TtEiihtfhcriTrnrrHr, trT!.,,.r.,h: cir.:t. ! ,S':C"d "' jLiflllUS i-GH U lilVJlf k ov Uyurc Stones, In mm.i j r.f ;Li?ir '.Afrd Jj-trt J, uclJ Jo! j Well to ii i itj i r t TcririS rcaaonaM-. Cill aid eiamin. slate Uüon x c; ! j eareMnti2j(in!nii;it j:an'irnrniMnc i Slate It. jf.iit rciM vi it.K' pru-es . 1 !.? siperior- ! it y f SIhI o tr lUuihcr mulrlt1 f..r H.i'ttr.nc i itoroll i a. i i 1 . o i to recuir :it nrrTif i t In X favor, an 1 il'- uli-i intend (ailüin willfi u U a Slate Ivo I tu tr(Le Best and cheapest Roof now in ose Kttrnsi? triple or nu n'rtuatinn rflttv t the ;'scheerf ull e n I j n.Iil ri iip o r c U I i i r g o n D. C. JIOFr.M AN .V CO., nor 1y W inchrt cr .i ntl. AT REDUCED PSICES. REEDER & WELDY, Mii: suw ori:.i.; .1 Ionian uTovx or Pcll and Winter HATS AND CAPS. GBOCEKIES, ALifQ, Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. ST IVO. 8; WiHCKEESTER, INDIANA, I'T 7Voticc of Appointment. "JVTOTICK 'n hereby given that the up !rr J t ined ha) been arp'inted A dir i:i trntor of the etite of F!etint !!. deeea'tl. I-Jte of Randolph court v. Ii.diana. Suid tsUte is urr'-ed to f solvent. ' JOHN JOHNSON, TiS. 'l, '.' 3"-3 Adrniniitritor 4 V .1 r JL - ' fe P rrf ; ijXÄ !. ... , IN Cu; U arrantfi if Dirfct;-r. are Jul low'-!. j IIunlr u of riti.-n ol CI Iro ba I Dtea I'rrr.r.iifiiiu- t vtti li) C-i! i"ur a Circuhr Jorr';.ii fill -nj.txis DR. D. H. SEELYE L CO., o r n c l : i a - a n i c t i: m vl c, Iltu . 11. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. SV?III OMS. The urn'tcas of Ct..rth r t'ify rcnr ally npT ear sie nt f.rt vry -'ipiit. I'tr-ons find tin y ha vc n cold, th it tl.ty lute fre ((Uci.t tttack, nn l are more fn.jsit'uc to the ch.ir.gs of ti mr r:iti.re. In tliis co:..'.ition, the noso may be dry, or a flic!. I ili.-clmrpe, thin an at.; id, at ti r nrd b conirp tl.iek Mr.vl adhci'C. A the disease beccries chronic, the dis. !isr - are increased in euar tity au I chanced in ru ilifv; 1 1; f y are now tl. it k at:. I he v , :u.d are l.ikd and lorphid e-fi. Tne so rt :!.! are cUVr.sikT, causing a b l j threat h; t!;! voice is thick and i- isd; the j etts ;re weak; the fu se of smell is !s-cti- l or ill st roved; (!caf.:c-'. lfn;.u i.;ly takes place. Another im; ortant mal common s Pi: tota el Catirrh i, th at the ptr'ouij obliged t) clear hi-- throat in the mornirg of a thick atul limy n.ucou--. ahidi has fal len tio.r. Ijom the head duiinc ti e tiipht. Winn this tahc.-; j lace, the peroti may be Ute that his Ji.-vas.c is oo its ay to tha lur.s, auJ fliouIJ lose t o tiue ia arreting it. A Sinsle Ilottle will lat a .Uontli to be ul three times a tlaj. TESTIM02TIAI3. From Hon. Tlnx. J. Turner, Kx-. Member of Cotmre--. from UliiM.i, late Speak r cf Illinois lloase of IU j re- lit iti , nl traud Ma-ter of A. 1 atid A. -M. of the ctaU' of IHimiS. rncrroBT, Oct. 21, HG3. Da. P. IT. Srrt.vc: Dear Sir In rply to yo':r notice of tlie l"t!t irt., I would fay that I j severely nRlictei! withCafanh for years, m hen I be eimf acfjtiainted with you r.d boi;Vbt two I ottli x of fir If;u.iil Catirrli P.ir.ir ly. !!t fi re I h id t'.-ej ne bottle I wa ei-illT im; roved, and before the scond bottle wa-i finished, w as rot.i: lrte!y ci:reI. I can re commend to nil nflücfcd with Cutartb. ltfcpeclfu!lv Y'Mit?, TI10S. J.TniNHR. ron sm.t. in vinciii:sti:i:. uy II. P. KIZEKand J. C. H1USIL And nt Vh(de;i',e Rt I..diar.apc li?, bv Daily, Reifer i Ku-h. 19-ly 1)11. STf:iCKLAM)'S M E L L I F L U O U S COUGH BALSAM CWnr.? COUCHS, CM., Sore Thront, Atlii.i:i, and Coii'-utn' t ion. It is only ueeessary for niiv c-iie t roi.l led ;th t lies 9 conij lainU to try one bottle of STKiCKLANira Mri.T.irrA'Ofs coccni haiam j to convince the rn that it i the beft j ttpart ! tirn ever u- J. It not onl v cur s the above all'tctions of the Throat and I.un". but it eures Nicht sweat and Soittii'' of IJIood, and i an ui '.cj.t r-irle for ariv kitol of .ore Ti: .' it. It is !( .-aut to take, hihI & safe rudicii.c for rhihlrm. I'riec .'0 cents ro r bottle. Tor sale by Dniprists p iu rally, dftieral Djot, b Cast Tout ill ftrett, Cia cinn ati, (Jiiio. ' t V 1 ' Evntvr.oDY h nr.i.NG cn:i:i of I tlt'J di.-tr --iii fii.-.if l,v the use f Dr. ßtricltland'ö File Remedy. Wfl;:it tili c-iy ;o liave ii ed it: Mr. C!i:irN W. Ini'lrun, of L-juisvil!?, AD.i Mr. J. I'. Il.i7.-ir !e, Ciiic-iitnti. ".. I.oth w( r- ( i n I alti r r.r;e yn of Dr. .trick- l:it.'ii Pile II nn !y. They thty !i!va trif d f it i j tltiiiu' 1'i.t rou!d bt.iin iio relief, b'M C'V.c V'a hf r. Siiickl tr, l's Til- Rtmedr af.Vrtd ! jr(rt c'ire, aflr t.HVr i t jr fur rr;.nv ev.i with the w.r.t kind of Files. Th v r coiuMiiii cvtrr ouv who is sullVrin to ti'r it. .o'ld hv nil Drnn'i--e. ''' em'q j-rr rot MaM.fn it;r.'d at JW. C, I'1?t 1'ourth etrtit, Cii.cini:uti, OM-j. A.:k f;-r Dr. Strick land's Pilo Hcnicdy. ST KICK LAND'S Ar4ti-Cholera luisturc, I i eor.7'iojrI (-." n-'nr r' rt, nbsnrbent, -irn::l uit and i n r rr i i n h t i , wlricli fverj r-i( i::;i afkr.cw !''i l the only r rpurt. f'.'n tl; it will T( i t a ffrminu.t cre of hi irti..i - 1 Dwi.frv. Tl.is Arti Clol i r.i Mixture is :. in i;e in t viral of our .ir::iv , wiure it the prt.itfft -.it i f t ion. 1 i I. iv( i th- lire of thou i:'.fii,i our foM r and ( vt ru d wo i.l -uirir.t.- i'. to he the b -t r ::. dj i:t the . f.rhl fr I'i tnLu a an-I D t.ttry. Mr. Wo-.. 1, r.f fv. ircrton, Kv., will bo n;o-t !i irpv to .-at::y ?;iy tnc to the vir fue nt" :iic!:'i.'-t Ar.ti-Ch.ihr Mixtur; in fact cliivfi r .t !it.m' r of te-timon t- N fr m it;.i !i j i.jtt f-n cured aftrt brit.4 r ro: u' -. 1 it.r :t r.f.ie by their r.hvf ci it.-. -':;; &f'.r takit: or. It one bottle of Strknin i'- .A r.ti-CIioh ra Mixture. If vou -nitr with IX a-d Ditiittrj iry 024 bu'.tle. " soldii:p.sj. Vf.-I Oncht C0t be it:0'Jt uch a ra!c b!e medicine. ein nati National 1'i.ior.of Arril QTth, f-ay?, that thousand of rir oVlir haveb'"i ved bv the 1:0.1 ff Strir knnd' Anti-Cholt ra Mixture. For 1 by Ir':L';sr nt ..' cents per bottle. Get, eral D"pot, No. o Ilj't Fourth street. Ciut innati, (ihio. 3-!y Irr sale in Vt'inchfi-ter by II. KIZHR AND J C UTSll a s u it e c u n i: . A N I) FLUX. i .