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TilE RANDOLPH JOURNAL.!, SxrrnAT-. tl. 27th In,t i the .lay
' ; for the election of ft Justice of the THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1S0.V LOCAL NEWS. CoMMisiovr.ns Co cut mecU one week t:o:n next Mo.i'hv. William M. I'aok died at his nrsi dence in this jicr, on the morning of the 18th lint, of fever. - Jons D. Cart tn has pone to Nashville, to visit the 84th Indiana. John will rnjoy the trip hugely. Thompson IIurrsiAN has oM his dray to a Mr. llrotrn, who will ac commodate the people hereafter. Ciiarlet Tkas ar.'l Mrs. Li.nnie Monk were married on last Satur day Rev. H. Smith ollkiatinir. Jonathan WiuKLun, of Company II, S 1th Indiana, wlio has been at home on furlough, will return to his regiment tho fir.t day of June. We ins cut thU week several loenh whicli should have appeared Inst weefc, but oniric to the press of business wc could not get them in. Col. T. M. IIrowne is now in command &t Lagrange, fifty rnilcn cut of Memphis. The 7t!i Indiana and the Gth Illinois are at that point. Promoted. L'eut. Edward Engle, to Captain of Company II, I'Jlth Indiana, to fill the vacancy occasion ed by the death of Captain J. L. Nelf. Natu in Rued, Esq., h is returned from Illinois He is much pleased with some portions of the State. lie will probably move to that State, duriu' the vrar. Assistant Surgeon R. P. Davis, S4th Indiana, has resigned, and will be at home in a few days, if not al- reidv thre. We shall be glad to take Hm by the hand. James E. Helms, formerly a citi zen of this county, died near Wheel ing, Iowa, on the Gth inst., of con gestive fever. He removed from this county on the first of last April. ' FocuTii or Jilt Celeuratiom. If the people of this county intend to celebrate on thU day, let a meet ing be called immediately, and take the necessary steps. We arc in favor of it. Goncto .MiNNKsor.v. Judge James Brotvn and L. J. Monks left for Min nesota on last 3Iond.iv to look at the country, with a view of locating at .Mankato, if the town and country meet their expectations. Bt reference to the letter of Lieu tenant Hamilton, it will be seen that John Roberts was not murdered by guerrillas, as was stated in the Jour nal of some weeks ago. We are pleased to hear this welcome news. Rev. C. P. Wuiqht, who was a signd to the charge of the 31. E. Church nt Union City, has resigned the ame, on account of ill health, and the Rev. Mr. Sparks has been appointed to the church in his stead. Tiik Fourth Annual 3Iceting of the Ohl Settlers will be held on the 10th day of June, at the Fair Ground. We trust there wi'l be a general turn out of the people at that time, as it is a very pleasant way of spending a day. v i ' ARTiiri: Qlick returned from a trip to Minnesota and Iowa. He was not pleased with the former State, but was with the latter, yet from indication, we rather think he will remaiu in Winchester a little longer. We at.k pleased to acknowledge that the hotels in this place are all doing a good business, and that they nie all kept in superior style. No ean bo ist of three as well kei.t lio- UU S Winched ' j . , . VVWili) kunii n Htllil UUI I11W 11 w I The Fkost was more serious than it was thought to be ten days age; even at this date the damage can not be definitely ascertained, as the fruit, W. A. S.; Emma Gnerin, W. D. M. is yet falling from the trees; besides i Great unanimity prevailed through what is left will not be aa good on ! out the entire session. A speech account of it. Rev. 31k. Spakks, who was recent lv Chaplain of the 121th Indiana. called oa us List Wednesday. nc ! . , ,. ,, it , i ,s looking well. He resigned his position in the army on account of J i;ie lii-ueaiia oi nis larany. une oi his children died while he was absent. Ceuetcct Tristees. A meeting should be called for the purpose of electing Trustees for the Cemetery, nd take the necessary steps for grading and graveling a road to the same. e lione the citi agreo upon a lime, and makA th anouncement. Bt tho Jay Torch Light we 6ee that quite a tragedy occurred near iiiuuton. some citizens pursued two; -M. 4 . . . counterfeiters, and shot ono of them, who turned and shot a Mr. S. Covault The latter died, and the counterfeiter is not expected to live. The other scotxsjrfl -as lodged la Jail Peace, to fill the vacancy occasioned ;liythe rc3igintion of J. J. Cheney, Esq. Jacob Kltzroth is a candidate for election. We have heard of no otlir names in connection with the I position. Agi.ici ltikal Meeting The Di rectors and officers of the Randolph County Agricultural Society will meet at Winchester, on the first Mon day in June, to hx the time for the next Count) Fair, rnd to prepare a premium list. All persons interested are requested and invited to attend. m m Wk woNm.ii if the indiidual who made cn eflbrt to excite vagabond showmen to attack us, cot a free ticket for his trouble. We suppose this was what he was fishing for. This was indeed a magnanimous business. None but a gentleman, of C'inrsp, would do so. He ought to be fimiihcl with a free ticket tor lie next wyjcr show that visits Win chetor. Improvements. Thomas Klinck will soon be rend) to commence the erection of a brick dwelling house, on the corner of Franklin and West streets. W. V. R. Tooker has given his dwelling a fine coat of paint John Thomas doing the job. R. Iloaty has built a fine nice fence nst of his taloon, on Washington street, which adds to the beauty of that locality. Stone Sids-Walk. An etfort is being made to pave the side-walk from the corner of the American House to the railroad. This etfort, if successful, will be a fine improve ment, and will add much to the beauty of the street, and to the value of the property. We are clad to pee these indications of public and personal pride. The old board-walk is a dis grace to the town. We wish it to be distinctly under stood that in writing notices for business men, wc do not intend them to cast rejections on other business houses, for whom we do not write; but only have reference to the good qualities of the articles for the men for whom wc write. Wc understand tome persons have taken offense, thinking wc intended to cut reflec tions on articles they had to sell. We had no such Intention. Unfoktunatf. Occurrence. Judge Jerre Smith, of this place, got into a difficulty with the conductor on the mail train passing cast, on last Thursday morning, in reference to a free pass over the Bellefontaine rail- road. When the 'train stopped at Harrisville, Mr. Smith was ejected r i t- c : i, - from the car. 3Ir. S. is a larc . i t t i .... i .1.. .. 7: ' stockholder m, and we believe a di- rector on the road, and claimed that lic was entitled to pas over the road; tree, which the conductor refused to allow; and in the attempt to put him . 4, i . otf the tram, the brakesman received I a severe cut on his thumb, with a knife. The wagons of the Union Combi nation Show paraded the street?, headed by a brass band, and had emblazoned in large letters, trained animals," and in bright and beautiful colors the painter's brush was made to say on the sides of the wagons, Rhinoceros," '-Royal Bengal Ti gors," Giraffe," -Camel," Con dors," etc., while not one of these royal strangers accompanied this show. 3Iar.y persons took their families to sec these animals, but were deceived, and swindled out of their in one v. The mannners should be arrested for obtaining money under false pretenses. Good Templars' Convention. The Good Templars of the 5th Con- crcjsional District held their regular session st Lewisville, Ind., on the 3d inst , at which time and place the following officers were elected: Syl veter Johnson. G. W. T. C ; T. II. Elliott, W. V. T.; J. F. Polk, W. S.; C. Br.br.v . VV. T, T W 11.11. W, Jane Regan. .1 . S.; J. . Newby, W. O. G.; 31. J. Rickerd, W. I. G.; II. B Rnpe, W. C ; Asrnes Vannuvs, P. W. C. T.; 3Iartha Leoon, R. U. S.; Emma Kern. L. II. S.; D. S. Bvers, was made by Sylvester Johnson, af ter which a series of patriotic reso lutions were passed, condemning the act of assassination of President Lincoln. Also resolutions condemn nff whisky fchons and licensed sa- lons flndJplcdeing themselves that hereafter the Order would support no defender of the trafic for office The convention adjourned to meet at Knightstown, August 3, 1S65. For the Journal. cortnrcTioN. Ltnn, Ind., 3Iay 19, 1SC5. A few davs ago I noticed an arti- cle in the Journal, stating that John! rirtn v nit, nf mmnn' cz 121th Indiana regiment, were mur dered bv guerrillas in North Carolina. i I take great pleasure in informing j their relatives and friends, through 1 4l , - 4. J'conimnso yo rcn.cupper i u no ' y1, Ohio, on their way to Camp Parole, i Columbus, Ohio. Jamks 31. Hamilton, Co G, 121th lud For tho Journal. J. A. Henning i9 now receiving a very large stock of goods, direct from the city, which he is marking down at very small profits; his motto is -'small profits ani quick sales, is the life of business." Routh k Co , and Robbins d- Co., have each a large stock of oo!s on hand, and are doing a heavy busi ness in the retail trade. J. A. Henning and Robbins & Co. expect to do a heavy business in wheat trade this summer, giving the highest price the market will afford, at all times. Dick Ford and William B. Dotv interested the citizens of our usual ly quiet village lsst Friday afternoon with an exhibition of their skill in choking, youing and punching each j other . i the lace. It prcm - evi - ueni loiuc nysiauoers uku .wr. uoiy came out second best in the fight The didlculty between the parties ! was oi some monius 'inniiin::. .Mr. r l l i.r . i i ' rn, m.uuih nemre uie proper oificer of our village on Satunlav evening, and fined three dollars anil cost for settling his difficulties in way not authorized by law. - D. S. Terrel, who was fined nt the lnt term of court over two hundred dollars for violation of the liquor law, has given notice that he will ! Boston, he has no difficulty in selling ,or 'lllc1 "akcr eueis it. make application to the Board ofr-,ia ra Lot etoek- was botuditie think none will regret having Countv Commissioners at their June 4 i: n :t: lerin, joi license sen imiu.i(.:uiil; 1 . . - 4?. . I "I liquors in less quantities man a quart I trust he may not succeed; and that the people will timely rep present the matter, by way of re monstrance, properly to the Board. ICIIABOD. Fur the Journal. YVASIII X (I TO N T ü W .N IS 1 1 1 1 Already the boys from the army commence to :u rive. William Jarrett and Hindi Poyner have returned. Jarrett was in the hospital at Wash ington when Lincoln was assassi nated. He pays they received the news in ten minutes from the time the terrible act was performed; so quick was the city shocked by the sad news. Although the late rains have great ly kept the farming interest from going ahead at the proper season, yet no one seems to dwell on that much, but they turn anxiously to talk about the capture of Jeir. Davis. No one holds a fear or doubt that he will not be hung or executed in some way. I suppose this township has as many different opinions about the case of the treasonable characters ot Bowles, Milligan and Horsey as any other place. Though all that I have heard yet speak and they speak freely of the matter advocate the doctrine of the Journal, that they ought to be executed. Gen. R. S. Cameron, ol this State, who was a State Representative be fore the war broke out, advocates the doctrine that a law ought to be lived up to. He said while he was Lieu tenant Colonel of the 10th Indiana, that it was not worth while to have a law that was not obeyed. Nov.- it the law against treasonable nets and expressions be death, then let the 1 . , . . . .. ' , ... punishment be death, or else the law ; . 4 ,, . . . , J ,. ... (la?, free and liberal institutions, and the Constitution, all stand ali kc ex posed to a common danger of being wwifcii'wiii ii nwiiiiwiiii.i aiiiuiiii'u.T, 4. , resuess npii us, iooiiii lur lame ami power. Jackson only and last re prct was that he did not hang Cal houn, and thereby give example to precepts, that secession was not the order of tins Government. The deep and experienced mind of the gallant General and resolute President, could ec perhaps the shadow of the cloud tliat in futurity was to burst over the head of this nation. Washington was an advocate of the same doctrine. He quelled the whisky insurrection in Pennsylvania with a force of 13,000. J. II. Stink. . For lhe Journal. I am happy to accept the proposi tion of my friend. J. N. Cropper, respecting the merits of WilUou's Readers. P. Hiatt. BUSINESS NOTICES. COIWTY I MO.N TICKET. For Circuit Jmte, SILAS COLGROVE. For Circuit Piosrtutr, JAMES N. TEMPLER. For .uititiT, WILLIAM E. MURRAY. For Commifcioncr, ARTHUR McKEW. W. B. Pierce pays cash for Butter and Eggs. The highest price can alwavs be expected from him. 1 Photograph Albums at Werden tt Co's., opposite Gleim' Block, In- diannpohs. Buy your Diaries for 15G5 at Wer- den Jc Co's., opposite Glenn's Block, Indianapolis. OLD NO. 8 STILL AHEAD. Gold Pens at Werden fc Co's., op posite Glenn's Block, Indianapolis. The Ladv's Book for June 1 Rfin at Werden JL- Co's.. opposite Glenn's' Ti , T ,. u'cuu3 lilock, Indianapolis. The Atlantic, for June, is received. It still sustains a hirrh character araong the monthlies. Geo. 3fc-dams ofTers his property on 3Ieridian street for sale. A Bar gain can be had, if applied for soon. Perdieu tt Sonders have a very nice ice chcd, for keeping meat cold I UiV.t. from tho flicsan nddi. tional reason for buying meat there Our Young Folks, for June, is on our table. Wc believe it is the best magazine for young folks that we Vno- of, and as such c recomend it. Sweet Potato Plants Persons who desire Sweet Potato Plants can cct them of Dr. B. Puckett, as he has about one and a half millions to sell; thev arc going fact, notvrith- standing. It will be to the advantage of the public to call and examine CowdenV Mock before thev purchase their Spring and Summer Good-, as he is ; selling at old prices. Opposite First . National Bank, Union City. Don't .i . c . i 4 -... thn opnllninanlv nronrlctor. is doinu every thing in his power to make it what it should be a number one ; for trftveiers and boarders. , - ; ; ' , , , ; The rebellion has been crushed,! but E. Thomas k Son are still doing . , , ; , mnw Ii i , , , i 1 lic" aeU "- j They are determined to not be under- n'ct,i i.t- nv one. Their stock is .' always fresh. Williams, of No. 3. says since he , .. 1. ry i .. receive! nis block oi uouin num . ., . , , ! Willie Oüüus uc uwmu.u-. vu.. have been since the war. Persons had better call and get some of them. 4. MUnrs Iowel lavintr received a splendid large stock of Millinery Goods, are now prepared to accom modate all. The most fastidious can be pleased with fdylos and work, j All are invited to call on them, and i examine for themselves. : , . Largo sales are stdl made at Lenk- j sdorfcr fc Wesps, and owing to! . 4, i i is fact they have engaged some erst this fir&t clas9 workmen, in order to meet the heavy demands on them for Fur niture. We arc ple ased to see this prosperity. John D. Carter has gone to Nash ville, and his clerks are of opinion that as the Goods did not cost them anything, they can sell cheap, while John is gone. Call and buy from them. A good stock on hand. Ev ery thing a farmer needs is kept. The Family Grocery of Stewart ; Way & Co., on the corner of 3Iain and Franklin streets, is becoming celebrated for the amount of Goods sold, and the high character and quality of the articles. They keep none but the best, which are sold as cheap as the cheapest. The American House, kept by John Focht, is gaining favor with the people every day. John is mak ing great efforts to accommodate his guests, in the bet style. 3rrs. Focht understands tho duties of a landlady well, in preparing a good table, to tickle the palates of all. Geo. W. Helms has been making some important improvements in bis Photograph Gallery, which enables him to take finer Pictures than ever. He is preparing to take a new style Picture, which for beauty has never been excelled. Call and see a sam pie. Gentlemen who have been stopping at the Winchester house, nay they are well satisfied with this house; they say Mr. & 3Irs. Love are de voting their energies to the accom modation of those who honor them with their presence. ThU certainly speaks well for the Winchester House. 3Irs. Snevelyhas received her new stock of .Millinery Goods, and we have only to mention this fact in or der to bring her hosts of customers, as she is too well known to the ladies of this county to need us to say she ..i i. rv.11 ! IOCS Iirsi Class um. wu .um v u- gage your work now. The Grocery and Bakery of 1 ripp, ! - - 4 4 I Lawrence V Co. is furnishing town j ,v - and country with large amounts of Groceries. They have a good arti cle of Sugar, at six pounds for a dol lar. They sell the best article of family Flour for 83 25 per 100 lbs. .... . i t i a. c ! - They pay the hi-hest price for eoun- try Produce. , ,... , m There has been a great rush lor j Goods at Reeder, Weldy it Co s j Drv Goods store, and heavy sales e y. nj4(lc thcrc flai, They i have a complete stock of every thing demanded by the country and town trade, which they sell on the most reasonable terms. Give them a call. , . rm Ä. . l The peoples Grocery, kept hy HenrV Ludy it Co., is Still able to ,, , , . accommodate ail wno UCSire good Grocerirs. They keep pure fresh . , , 4, , , . . Goods, right from the best wholesale OOOU5, i igut n wiii tu; L't'st uoic?aie houses, at the most reasonable prices. Thsy always keep good articles of Beef, Pork, and Mutton, on hand. Dr. J. W. Wilmore returns his thanks to patrons for the very liberal patronage which he has been receiv- lall. II V" Iii a i w. urn , . . m t ..Ä ' ! l,rig Muncie. 1 hy have a v en Tlie Franklin House is spoken of(hpAvv stock of Drv Good, which , tt ir -u- ...!." it r. as a good House. Mr. m. Arney, ) they arc selling at Binaller profits ing. By his good work he feels as- sured that he will still receive a more extensive patronage. Wc rCCOm- mend persons at a distance to call 4. V 4 -4- 4.v . . - on the Doctor, if tney wish a good ett of Teeth, for he inserts no other , . , ,.r ... . .. . .. kind. We will guarantee satisfaction tö all. j Have you purchased a nice pair of j Shoes yet, for the Suwiner? If not,! co to Quick's itnmediatclv; and, bv the way, he has &s nice a Hat as thc I keep any place. Call and see his Hats, and especially if you want aj ' pood one call to see his fine Hfit?, just received from Hibbcrt Brothers, of Cincinnati. Ohio. Our attention has again been called to lhe larco RmoM 0f business . vr,sr, Oakcrson Schcibler are! - - - ... ...., i t!ir.n r.v Im-so in Münch as t!iov ! are determined to change the style l j of business in that place. We are i gratified at their ucje-s. and hope the people will sustain them. j Eaki.y Indiana Tki ls a Skltciiks, ; by the late Oliver Smith. This; : lrni.v i,a i,.n , jni- ,irin r,MP toblo - i i - , by D. V. Baker, who i.s takin: sub scnntior.3 for the same. It i j a ' - work of interest, abounding in witi- ullu"ls" Ut " i 7ons of Indiana, well worth the m ice - - I subscribed for it. Those who are using rope lines, and a sheep-skin for a Saddle, and i those who have none, we advise to go to Bradbury's Saddle shop, as he manufactures a better article than i lean be got in this county, any where; besides, you can purchase any and all articles in the Saddle and Harness j line, as cheap or cheaper than at any other shop. Hides and Pelts auJ hight pricefl .,aia Boot and Shoe Stout. ani Hides and Pelts bought Nt Manu- FACTORY. lhe rent thinq uecdea ni .a Winchester. Having examined 3Ir. McKennan's stock, I can recommend his store to the community. I feel it our duty to encourage hin; he tells me with proper encouragement, he purposes keeping a store that would be respectable in Washington street, Indianapolis. Call in friends, and hold up his hands, by buying Shoes of him, I think as low as they can be bought any where, perhaps lower A ClTIZF.K. Wantf.d! Tkn Good Agents. Intelligent, industrious and ener getic young men, can receive em ployment at which they can make money fast, and also make it easier, than it is generally earned, by ex erting themselves in canvassing for some of the most popular standard Books and Engravings now before the public. I want Agents in this (Randolph) and all adjoining coun ties. Will employ them by the month, or at a eel tain per cent. For particulars inquire ot, or address, I). V. Baukr, Winchester, Indiana. FARMLAND. I). B. Robbins iV' Co. arc laving the foundation for a very large trade. !Thev advertise for 100,000 lbs. of Wool, 100,00 bushels of Wheat and ;0,000 His. Tabic Butter. Cash or Goods paid for the same. They keep a magnificent stock of Goods. Hcnning's mammoth stock of Goods is arriving, and will create no little stir in this county. He is de termined to accommodate the coun try with every thing it needs, at as low prices as can be got at any town in Eastern Indiana. Give him a call, by all means. A S V PT.RIOR I: I M V. DY. W can con- sciTitiou! y rt-cotnmen'l to tlio-e MiftVrit! from i di.-trr ving co::ü!i, Dr. iStrickUnd'.s MiU'.tluuu t'oul Hil-.im. It cives rtlief ! tdmo-st ir.stmitinc oi:s, uu with:il r;nt i!U- ürrofabif l the t te. Tln re is no dubt but the .Mr-lii.hiou Coupli H.il..im in one of the t-ft j.ri juration in use, and is all th.it , r()rir;ctor c ,:,n, r,)f Ulnvi Irii-,? it liirini the p. t week, an.l found relief irom n m mirsui" cmi:ii. it s trf pir. d bv Dr. Srrickl.i-..!, No C Un Fourth lt. Cineinniti. Ohio nnd for sate bv Prujrpi.-fs lit cent per bottle. a r o i: s .i ij. DU. D. FKRGl'.so'.N OFFERS HIS FINE RESIDENCE, 0:; the corner of Main and South streets, Winchester, Indiana, TltjR HAL I., on very reaonb!e term. Po-fio:i civen inmediat ly. For part'culari, c.i!t on rr.e t nion Cifv, Ind. 47 DAVID FERGLVOX. BAK rvoTaci:. TRESrRT DrPARTMTVT, ) Orricic or Comptroller or CrRnr-Ncr W.n,!iiniton, ihrch 1 Ith, 1ÜS. ) YtTHKUKAS, by FitUfictory evidt-r.ee T V rrf?titcd to the tirdr5iirr.rd, it hs !hn mile to sareir that "The First ; tinnal Rank of WincLe.tcrün the to.D of I 'icheter. in the cmintj of Randolph, r.d ' St.ite of In-Jiani, bt been duty orjrmzeJ , ,!nder ani ccordinr to the requirements of the :V of Conprt cutlilcd Un Act to rrovide & NfttIor.nl Currency, secured by a ! edr of FnitnJ Sutrs bon.ts fcr.d tn pro vide for the circnlnticn and rrdtraptioi hcreof." ar-froveJ Jure 3, 1 rC J, and ha rmr-Tied -with the rrovivor. of iid Act reqnirtKi t" be eompiietl with before com nuncio;; the busicets of Einkir. cn Jcr said Act The office of Comptroller of the Currency beirc mcnt. Now, THf.Rtroit, I, bimuel I. uowira, t n.T-.mrr nf t-. CurrrpT. da Y.trtbi eertifV that "The F":rt National ; Bnkof Winrhester," in th. to- n of Win. ! cWster, in the county of Randolph, and State of In Jina.i authorized to commerce bu.ine. of Baking under the Act foread. ; in T5titj-nj whereif, witr.ei ' r"L IVS'1 ";ff yehr focr j teer.th dv of ."Slren. l-Ci. r.0 SAMUEL T. HOWARD, Dpit CcrrrtrV.lcr of the CirTfT,, WINCHESTER NURSERY, f fHK un !erit:nel hsvine j , T jf Me lnlt Wright, cd the form r! t U LOW prepared t-j furniih II who mat doire r.r tliicg in Lis line wi:a the tes: qua. ..its wf j Ipplc, 1 each , Cherry, and I I urn Trees. Us tu innir ppv a vn rw p vt: i shaete Trees and Evcrrrroons. j ' tprm? trc from ;0 to 100 rcr crrt. , jow thr) Fj,tnn xurie.-us. nc :iciu : ?fttrjr.ace of all. JOD HARRI?. STOWELL WILLARD dcali:ks i.v music AMD 31 usical Instruments, Kfop con.t:i'it!y oa hsn J, at Who!eile nr J Retail, an exUusiie a.?.oi tincnt oi' the bctl T T V TT f Tn-R T "PC CABINET ORGANS. AMD .ii j: is o n i2 o .v s , No. I Hute Hottr, 3-19 ludiaunpoli, IuJ. LATEST 1VEWS. REEDER, WELDY & CO. Ann .vow orr.M.va .1 JL.1ROE STOCK OT SPRING & SUMMER ! HATS AND CAPS. GROCERIES, AND QVEE.ySUWRE. ALSO, CARPETING! Oil Cloth. Carpet IVavp 4'c. 1V. mm STORE! äto. . 7 1 r7 M ILM WINCHESTER, INDIANA. Blanks for tale at thu rffi: .vonci:. t: v ui i It.-:,," l-r;.. j v r. I cf C )r.ru!-.iK r !' Ii t. J. .;.- ! ro..tt r, Ii. :nike an . T Ür it . n ! i I ' r j f.ii t'icn to p r i t r,' i !ic r a I it'i tr; i r- til iil an 1 L.- r in I- h'jjui.i tli-n a H". rt t a lime, on th t::.jw ir. !rcs:ii nj tolf !!r t):r( -r, it . ':. uuth 1 tij U'r i t..t tsr.-i uf FumUuJ, ia DRUM. MO. NO ? TLT;Cri.L. TTOTICE i . b r, j c; v :i i.i t :.e cit'f n cf J- W.ir 1 tw ! f . II : .J-; ' c-'.rtt, Ir d i j r. i , !l..;t I nü! n;;.'r ti e 1'oarJ cf Coar.tv C.T.mi?'o:urs ..i U-' .lo'v.li tcunty. b a, t t! e June T rtu, in l e l.oU! i. ia Witchftcr, t n the frst Mot Jar in June, lr6j, for iicennff t") sell int-nicatsr liquors in a bs q'Mi.ti'.y tlun ajuut at a tir.e ar.J utr tho srr.e to le drirk on ir. pre n: !, w l.i cl pre m'.9 are hi te cn lt i;urncr one ) anJ to in Ulocfc nutc ltr three (3;. .n tr.e cernit of M.tin anl MeriJ!n stritt, in lhe of I)citlJ, Kot.dü'ilj ccui.tr, l'i ii.Hi.n. c)i:.r.L:us v. For.cr. Hit 11. IrC.'-. li-3 THE SINGER SEWIG MACHINES. or li:tti:r a family kvino MAC1IINL is fit f I'u.i:. i worl J v reputAt-oa. It 13 lryy. S i'. ..'.t tct ai.J cheapest ar.J most bi.;;:if-l -1 all Family ifewing Machhus vtt !.' re J to th public No othir Fni!y Sein Machine bus so any useful appliances fur Innnii:;, B.r.J ing, Fvliinr, 'iucVinp, ( ith rin.;, Uunrg, FraUlnr, I.rnhroi Jt rir.?, Cotuinjr, ml so forth. No other F.waitv Sovr'.ij: .Michine has S3 la'icb eapAtity fir n prrst vaiiety of work. It xviil se w all k it -l. e.f c!oh, and with all ki.'itNof thin. I. (Irrat ai d tccent iir.provcmcü! make our Fitril r ,e in Ma ehine in .-t relinMe-, sn l ino-t lur.tb!e, nr.! mo-t c Ttniri ir. action it r.ite? of ;eeJ. It nukes tho jiiterloil.eJ s'it?h, which U t!ir b'st fct'.trh known. Any e.nr, even of the Most onüri.iry cipacity, run t-re, nt a plairc, how to ii e the ! e 1 1 r A Family Sew in? M it hi n e. ( )tir Family S w it Machine a are fitikl c ! in ch.itc at il exi;u!-ite tTe. The Fohlinp C.ie of the Family Machine is a prTce of cufinin workm mhij of the mnt u-fful k'rJ. It protect the michir.0 when not in nco, nr; 1 when about to be ope ratil r.uy be opt ut A n a 8p.i:iois an-1 fub stai.ti.it t th!e t. sust.iin the woik. WliiJ some of the C.i-r.-, tu l ie out of the choicest woo!, nre firi.-hed in the lmp!et and ch i-t t mit iie r po-yii.l., c.'her nre Jorned anJ emb lli-h.'d ia the u;0.-t cotly and su pet r in inrer. It is absolutely rirrsiry ti pre the Fam ily M irl.'me in opet .itioti, as to judge of its irre.it e.'.p icity and beauty. It is fa,t becoming as popular for family Hf winj: a" ot:r M irmfacturin machines are for Tii-innficturin? purposes. The Br inch Oihees are well ufplied lth silk, t'.vi!, thread, r.tcdSe?, oil, lc, of the very be't quality. Send fiT a PAMriiLrr. TIIK SINGKU MANUFACTUR ING COMPANY, 15S Lroorfiryy, Xew York. INDIANAPOLIS OFFICE, IS cst Waslhyton.St. mv27 47 VII. STIIICK LAND'S 31 K L L I F L U O U S COUGH BALSAM CltJRKS COUfilTS, ColJ. Sore Throat, y Athma, and Consumption. It is only Ltcesiary lr any enc troubled with tLts cumpUiuts to try enc bottle cf STRICKLAND'S MELun.rocs ntrcn calsam to convince them that it is the be: t prepara lion ever us-d. It not only eurea the a bo re all ction of the Throat ond Lunpa, but it cures Niht we.il find Sp'tt','nf Blood, and i an e xcellent parole for any Lind of Sore Throat. It is pleag.ict tn take, and a eafc medicine for thiMren. l'ricc M cents per bottle. Forsyte by Dm rpita generally. (5erier.il Depot, C Last Fuuttb street, Cia cinuali, Ohi. EVERYBODY H BCINC. CURED OF I this di'.tri --inr !iei-e by the ic of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy. Rei l hnt the u who hire ed it: :.!r. Chir! V. Lin 'rim, ef Louisville, ar... .Mr. J. V. Himr Je, Cit.rir.nati, O., bolh fti re rur 1 a I ' r e re jo, of Dr. Ft rick hu.dVs File R-r.edy. They sty theyhaee tiird e verythiurr tut could e.btain no relief, but one FÖt of Dr. StriekUnd'a File Remedy averted a perfert eure, after fufieririfr for rnrin? yerrs with t!;e ort kind of Tiles. Thy ntotaminJ everyone who is suffer. a to try it. Sold by all I)rvcit. '0 ernts per pol M inuf.t turfd at Ni. fi Hast Fourth street, Cincinnati, Olio. .Ak L.r Dr. Strickland's Pile Rcaedy. A N D FLUX. ST RICK LA MVS Anti-Cholera Mizturc, Is a rrTi-o'ind of rir,er.ts, aborttr.L, t mul.itit ar. 1 i .irtn'nitive, which every hictan ackr:o leües is the only prepara tion that i'I etit-ct a perrainent eure r I DiirrV-s-t i.d DvMrterr. This Anti O.o!- tra Mixture is now in tte in several of our irmv bo-p.itul. where it cives the creates; .itl-f.iction. It has saved the lives cf thou r ! of out ohtif rs and cit:zer., ani we will ruinntie it t-le the bet remedy ia the worM f ( r Diurrh-ra and Dwetitery. Mr. Wocd, of Collision, hy., wi.l ht nri-t hrps to Btifv anv "e as to the vir. tu cf Stiickl.ni's Anti Choler Mixture; Ul I Jr V f LU C Crai iiuiuvu u -sit (tuvi'i 4, 's :rcui r u t : t fr h i haie tea cured after beit -z rro'uiuoeed incurable by their phvsi el-iT. (.onie a'tr tin;r or.ly ote bottle of .-r'fklsndN AntiCh lera Mixture. If yon s-i'TVr i:h Dlarrha?. ani Dwealtrj try cs bottle. SOLDIERS! i Ij j: s . A SURE CURE. 7 , ----- ' - WTM t.m I I Von oncht not ti be withoct sueh ti!o b'e mr.iicine. The Cincinnati National rr.ion.cf April 27ib.sa.vt, that thousand of onr oldiers have been saved by th os cf Siricklmd's Acti-Cbolera Mixture. For lale bv Dniffsist l f'" Cf' General Dpot, No. 5 Fait Fourth street, Ci-c:ccati, Uhlo. For tale in Wischester hy II KI2ER AND J C HTRPH.