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THE RANDOLPH JOURXAL
T.MJN "sTATi: Til KKTx
o-roni:it ni.rcrio.N,
PKLANA E- WILLIAMSON.
tM. rr t itr or Ttr,
( L. NKI.sON TREM.r.R.
rt i'n.T) ff nurr,
tiiomas n. tt-caktv.
C.K.V. NATHAN KIM"J.L.
ri:or. v.. hvh.
n-r;. or.onor. wTjelia.t.
-,N(S L. WA IVn.V.
ra tiiiii in,
ALVIN M. OWES:
i ft iiKtirr,
J':'L A. NEWMAN.
fna riotrrri,
A. C. MKLLKTT.
r.l.lilU CAMMACK.
ra ivo, wiutr etrra Twssur,
K. IIIATT.
t iii-x rm i 17 1r r T Cit
Ix:t every t'nion man beat tho Tolls
on thc
M:C0N! Tt'LSDAV 1.1 OCTOIIKR.
No K'cctioil ever transpired that
wa ff such vital Importance to the
AMERICAN PEOPLE,
the pre ent. The Johtvon mi ll
nvcr that there will K
A N 0T II K R Iil.OODT W Alt
if we da not give them tho
GOVERNMENT.
We think a Republican suece-s will
prevent a v:ir.
.n. i.."iii:niiy.
That our readers may vote In
telligently Tor Comoro", it Is neces
sary that the late candidate, whine
name :tands at tho head of this
paper, be placed correctly before the
I op! :
We start out by s.n inir, that in
ilny- that have pas-ctl and pne.
M.r. Imndy was a Ooti-Tv:itivo Ib
publican. Iii- son-in-law, Mr.
niamberlln, was the representative
Irom Henry county in tbc Slate
Legislature. Mr. Ihmdy catuo out
ngain-t biui when he? wa a candi
date for rcnomination. We C4in
:.ot.K.vo the exact vot of Henry
county for these two nu n, but our
recollection is that Chamberlain re-
rcivetl IV'CO, and Jtundy, Ro. Y,
of cotirM'.are willing to bo corrocU'i!
if not right.
Mr. r.untlyhiratnedisiistcd with
his party, und went oir with the
Johnson mm to the riiiludtdphia
f Convention. He united then with
tho rebels of tho .South and tho Cop
perheads of the North and formed
a party; hut for tho purpose of tfct-
tin Republican votes, he is talking
like all deserters of party -that ho
is Mill a Kepnblicau.
Mr. Ilundy accepted a nomination
by a Copperhead caucus at Indiaua
polis from t'.iis district. Wo can
not .peak fr other counties of the
district, but we make tho assertion
that there was no one from this
iiumty in that caucus that over be
longed to tho Republican party.
Thoso present from thi county, as
wo understand, wen Miles Hunt,
John Clapp, (iid. Shaw, Hon. Shaw,
Joseph Ivlger, and probably sonn
others.
Mr. Ilundy was not a Major in thc
army nt nil; ho was simply a pay
ln.vtor at Indianapolis, with tho
pay of a Major. Jf ho ever .-aw a
rebel it was after ho was raptured
and brought to Indianapolis. He
had a good time while the soldier
was subject to hardships disease
and death. Ho has made a pile of
money, which has enabled him to
make his wife wealthy. Wo do
not know where ho got tho. money,
but be has made enough money to
do without otliee for a while.
It is true, Mr. Handy has a right
to bo a candidate for Congress, but
ho has no right to get votes by
fraud in deceiving tho people as to
what party he belongs to, and who
pat him on tho track. II; dare not
deny, under oath, tha. tho Democrat-
put him on tho track. We
Iure him to do it.
A 11 ALLY.
The Democrats are to have a grand
rally onTnext Saturday. Mr. Ilundy,
their candidate for Congress, Is to U
lu re to address them. The Democratic
Central Committee have sent out large
püatcrt to that i-UH-t. Mr. Ilundy is
called an independent candidate in
order to catch Uepubliean votes; but
notwithstanding he is the Democratic
Copperhead candidate for Congress,
for t-ycry one of thut class will vote
f-r him bcCMUoc he has lowered Idsi
stundard .f Cnioni-m sufficiently to
tiititle him U their confidence. They
will vote for Ulm Kvauso ho will, if
elected, , fa Vor the immediate ad
mission (if the reln l States without any
guarantee for their future loyalty.
Without tld kjnd of a secret under
standing, he could not get u sjsYgle vote
from tlic partv that h nor -tipirting
him.
ansVi:ki:. I
Wliv nro tin S'.'itf'. tli" prj!f Uio, ,
Si-iinti'.rV ,u1 th.' Vu prr ntntiv- '
tlienof c:it of flu; Ak f.uli- ,
i mI-. lnrii,i,qr' lfm c.
1-r. r,,.i-oll,.M'ri rr r,!.
-
ran n .t tak.-thoHth n Mmr. .l.
.1. ThcyartMwiwillmi
for llicir future loyalty
Ph Their law. aro not Mifflrlontly
lirpuhhran MT.im.ret tho rifit of all
flu irritizcin. Congress. Wo havo not the time'
öth. It I the , .lutyof Corn lM north h1Mu-o In tlih Kue toiv morc'
i:irantceaI-i.nlii:c:iii(VfTiiim-nt5.i;niri ;1 ,,.,.,, . ,1(if5,, gt. ri,.i,.,l
jH-oplc -f e.'i'-h Stilte.
Crh. ric-idd.t J(.lin' n tanN In
. ,. ' j
i uiii.iiiaHi.is iiM.uu uiio -orinern
I)e:nocrat-.
't!i. Tlie r.-rlirieation of the (onti-
u.u.m i, menom. ni 111 onnK mtm
all ill, bill tin .V refice tf ace. pt.
theanswersof a JladleaUohN patrons, j
A CIII'.AT. j
The Democrat are parading Mr. j
Ii'undy leforc the people as a soldier, j
We desire to ay that Mr. Ilundy ncvr I
was a soldier, lie never heanfa rebel ;
run, und never mv a rebel until after
he had Kiirreudeml anil wan brought
North. He is eallcI Major, but lie was
dimply a paymaster, stationed at
inuian!,!,, n
IndiamiTMih's, with the pay f Major.
a paymaster is. He is to the army
what Judas Iscariot was to the
Ap st!ef. Judas carried the bag, and
so does the paymaster.
Now we do not pretend to say that
all i-iavmasters were thieves, but bv
some means they had a nice way of
... . i
getting rich.
We a.k soldiers not to bedeeeived in
Mr. Hundv; he is no soldier, and ; a"4 l"
neverwas. He is now mate the an-I tnlhusUVMU b'ded. Jiulge Hmg
diilate for the Democracy because they j ha,n' of Alabama, was the liest to ad
wcre so insolvent In principle that the i tho meeting, which he did in a
people would not trust them; and ns I very able and eloquent manner, though
the brave sobli.Ts would not sell out, ' ,a,MrinK under the disadvantage.s of
thev.as a last resort, take a paymaster i
and run him in order to cheat the
p-oplo.
III: I) VOIMt TICKKTM.
1'efore voting he sure ami read your
ticket, as there will ho an eflort to ct!
votes for Hundv hv fraud. We say, i
vote no ticket that lias P.undy's name
on, as his name is on no Uepubliean
ticket. Whenever you find it on, you
may le sure it U a Democratic ticket
or a l-ogu one to deceive the people.
We say, read your ticket before
voting.
DO NOT Tit a nr. VOTI'S.
There will be an dibit made by
Democrats to trade votes with Itepub-
lieans if Kcpllm":;:H u vo, for
lluudy, they (the Democrats) will vote
for some Kepublicau.
We s;iy, vote for iu man who is not
a Uepubliean candidate, nominated by
Unit party. There i no safety in
voting for renegades who have sold
them-ehes to the enemy.
i:rn:cTs or si.tpoutim; ".v
roi.irv."
Ik'foro taking
the President's
poliey, I wa high
minded and rc
spected. I never
apologized for
treason. I said
treason must he
made odious ami
traitors must be
punished; that in
reeonst ruet i n g
the States loyal
men - must take
front seats ami
rebels the back
ones. My con
science was clear,
I could look upon
tho bright sun of
heaven and say,
'goodness a n d
mercy h::s follow
ed me I am the
noblest work of
God an honest
After taking
he President's
policy, my prin
ciples, that I re
garded as my
sacred jewels,
were all thrown
away. 1 sold
them all when
ofTored a little
office. I am no
longer a high
minded man. I
can now apolo
gize for treason
and charge tho
war on the ab
olitionists. I
know it is faNo,
but I will lo-e
my office if I do
not do so. Woe!
woe! woe. is iiic!
man!"
PAY I P.
We would again remind those who
subscriK'd tothed'raded School Iluiltl
ing to pay up, a the Trustee can not
build a house of the present magnitude
without money. The building is now
progressing finely. Mr. Kizcr tells us
that he has not only paid out all the
money be has collected, but aliout
SdOoo of his own money. We trust
therefore that all who subscribed will
walk up and r.vw
rriiLic sij:aki.nc.
(cuerat T..M. Ihown and Colonel
A.J. Nell", will sitak at liradhury's
Hull on next Monday evening accord
ing to the appointment of the Central
Committee. Jet every lody come out
as it is the lat meeting Ufore tho
elcctiun.
, learned from a gentleman who
)
lives in ...Stony Creek TownsJu'p, that j the former teacher, his methods, plans
thero is but one "my policy" man in j and regulations, constitute an im
tlLat township that can read. He j portant item. All well regulated plans
ought to swing rrfund thc circle. Will laid out by one teacher Bhould lie car
Mosr please to send him a copy of the ricd forward by Iiis successor, practical
Constitution. methods of conducting the various ex-
crcises should uot be materially motH-
Wk tnist our Fairview, Ridgevilloj tied, and wholesome regulation should
and IX-erfleld friends will recollect the le retained. . This course will obviate
Uuion meetings advertised in the Jour- j the constant change of manner conse
iml, for these pliues, next Friday, Rat- j qut-nt umia rotation of teaclicrs. One,
urdy ami Monday.
It thtTt ro a lig;
turn out at each one of these places a
' tl:cc will K the la-t trfore the elect ton.
K.v. l. .m. m:ovxn duivcn! n
Ppwli in the Court-room in this dac-ol
on I'rMny vcnin la.t, in rrjily fo oik
r"1HIc l.y Col. Hirknl, of Hihmnl, :i
frwvi'ninrlrt'viou - ,finl iticnrrc-
ly n War-for ns to -:.v that tlu-(Jen-
cnir.H .-uMri'M w;ta mot able and el-, bonnet, coat and sliawi, m ream.
!,wU,.nt li-our.-t It was Inl-1 a!n; jointer, crayon and mbW-r on
critically . hand; burket, cup, and broom, with
! reviewd tho political iuo of tho an appropriate place fur cadi. Awash
ukUlj; n fayor . comb an(, Iooklng.Klas!lf
...... - rrpoll,fnir..,im ntwiM-U' nr.. vnhml.h. MMu-lulrusof tho sch,-l-
and indt cd iad we the time, feel !
I our-elf unequal to the tak of doinj;'
tle (icnend that justice which the real
merits of hi- speech demand. Sulllcelof
It, then, that he skilfully directed, at-1
om bv atom, the rKCf'h cif Col. Hick-!
t,irL.fuUy uml a.spasi.natcly
iirav !iHl tho fdl-mii '.r.r,,,,w.,its ..f:
,nL, t,ie (rn)M t.nunciatej ,,y him rt,.
spectin the plan of reconstruction,
1 completely overthrew hit shallow
defence of President J(hnson.
1'1 room was densely crowded, and
tbc d'eneralM discourse was cnductel
throughout in that pentlemauly, eour
tcous and convincing nmnner .so char
acteristic of him.
Tiik Southku5J IiOYAMSTj. Acror
din to previous announcement, hun
dreds of tur citizens, loth of th? town
and country, (locked to the Court
room at noon on Saturday last, to lis
ten to the addresses of Judge IWng
ham and Mr. Iltmnicutt, two of the
.Southern delegates to the recent South-
loyalists' Convention at niiladel-
phia. The room was crowded to its
1
utmost i'a ity, while many were Uli-
..i.i.. ... ...1...: ... i.... mm... ........
1,1 T'"1"
spoke for ahout one hour, ami wiw
tcned to with much interest and atten
tion. Mr. JIunnlcutt, of Virginia,
followed him in a speech, every word
f which had a telling elTcct upon the
vat a-scmhly. His remarks were to
the point, and were delivered with a
force ami feeling that convinced the
people of the speaker's honesty and
sincerity. He drew a vivid picture of
the present feeling and condition in
the Southern States; ventilated "My
Policy" in bcatiful style, and charged
President Johnson, without stint or re
serve, with being directly responsible
for all the wiengs and misdeeds that
are being perpetrated in the South.
His remarks were frequently interrup
ted by thunders of applnusr, showing
conclusively that the feeling and sym
pathies of the jK-ople were with him.
They left hero en the evening train,
for Michigan City, at which place they
were to speak on Monday last.
Deserters and Draft Suenk no Ilixlit
to Vote.
Attention U called to tbc following
extract fmm the l .a ws of (he United
States on the subject of deserter atid
draft sneaks. It will bo found in the
statutes nt large of the tSiited States,
passed at the I'd Session of the ."Sh
Congress, Piige 10 Chapter 70, Sec
tion Let it Ik; carefully read:
"St;r. 21. And be it furthcrcnacted,
That, in addition in the other lawful
penalties of thc crime of desertion from
the military or naval service, all per
sons who have deserted from the mili
tary or naval service of the United
States, who shall not return to said
service, or report themselves to a pro
vost. marshal within sixtv days after
the proclamation hereinafter men
tinned, shall he deemed and taken to
have voluntarily relinquished and for
feited their rights of eitir.enship and
their right to become citizens; and such
deserters shall b forever incapable of
holding any otliee of trust or profit
under the United States, or of exercis
ing any rights of citizens thereof; and
all persons who shall hereafter desert
the military or naval service, and all
persons, who, lx.ing duly enrolled,
shall depart the jurisdiction of the
district in which he is enrolled, or go
beyond the limits of the United States,
with intent to avoid any draft into the
military or naval service, duly ordered,
shall be liable to the penalties of this
section."
Let loyal men every-wherc spot the
rascals when they undertake, as they
will do, to vote the Copperhead ticket
at the ensuing election.
CORRESPONDENCE.
For the Journal.
School Orsnnizntioii.
The impression made upon the
I pupils the first day of school hy the
teacher, determines, in a groat meas
ure, the future success of the term. As
ho young man or young woman en
gaged in the profession can altord to
fail, a knowledge of how to proceed at
liiis critical period will le very val
nable. Tho organization of a school
should be entered ujon with well
matured jlans. The teacher shouhl
seek such information oa will enable
him to determine tho probable number
of classes, kinds, and grade of ail vance
ment; text book used, and their uni-
; foruiity in the tchool; The succosa of
lourtli of the tun and c tlicieney of our
t'oininon schools, is lost in needless
changes made by successive tcr.chcrs.
1 no s nooi-iiou-c mhisjiu nu-nc a
vNit If fore oionin.2r, tc swept, noats
projvrly amuipl, imps neatly ond
tntofuily su-mlod n the avails,
jrloUs and tal.Iet -fn flieir irojT
i.!a es; hook or pins f.r haN, raJ
room. All thihould 1 attended t
U - f.irr the ilr-t day of school. The
tvtpfll.P n.T.- it ,,,v dutv to t.ro-
vide fuch things when not found in
the room?" It U not, nor should it be
vour dutv to look after tho condition
the n hool-hon-e; but every eperi-
enced teacher know the careles.ncH
nod ni iMiri-nee of school Tirectors In
rcrd to these thin-. You muH at-
ti.nd t thmi thiii ooronallv. Soar..
no pains to make your school a sue
xcs you can not a fiord to fail.
It is riot g' 1 policy to impure mi
nufely after the character of your
pupils or employers, when taking
charge of a strange school. Such in
formation g'caned from thc gsslp
afloat in every ncighliorhnod is far
from Ving reliable, and if heeded will
prejudice your minds against some
families very unjut!y. Leave your
self wholly untrammeledin this direc
tion. You will find soon enough who
are your mischievioas pupils, and who
are your mcdlesomo employers.
Lkxfkstv.
FARMLAND.
special t'orrpoii!f tic to Karnlolph Journal.
0TrtBI I, 1WA".
The P.ellefontalne Uailroad Com
pany are removing the deiot alnait
fourteen feet from where it stood and
are repairing it, so that It will now be
more convenient for the company, the
agent aud business. This is a valuable
Improvement, and one that was long
needed. The company i also giving
permission to build ware houses near
the switch, which they never would
give before.
The Sabboth-school Is flourishing
finely. It is well attended and doing
much good, especially in the way of
morality and good behavior.
It in rumored that U. II. (Jrooni sold
his store to D. & U. Thornburg, though
uo change has yet been made.
Kobinson Mclutire i still confined
to hi lied. He is laboring under
chronic hepatitis.
The trade in all branches is much
K'tter since the rain cease 1. The
farmers report that corn will be
seriously injured by the late rain.
Farmers are not yet done seeding; but
if fair weather prevails, a large quan
tity of wheat will be sown yet this
fall.
Miller t'c (Jable will move their stock
of drugs to their splendid new room in
a few days. Mkkciiant.
I.I.ST OP I.HTTKItS
I'f iiiaiuinir in tho l'iM'-oinco ul Wlncheiter,
Imli.Mia, October I. IsSii:
X7..'A AUnnl, !!i.U Jnno Amol. I. H
Daniel ItraoUon, Thomai HeMiy, ('jlrin Hoo.,
K W ll .r'Mii in. V. K C.iriiii, v. Mi Sulli
Clcvfi .j-or, M r l.avin.t Cot, Suinucl ....t i It .
K II C F.Mt.-r. .Mi( luel Frieilüne. Ii hl) (ill
i.iu.l hOiU. Kcamui ; rliart. .Mr .Nett (ira-
hnin. II K Ilnrvuv & Ilm. S ll.iin.rirlliT, J P
I liTii'l'Xi, Arini llurrii, wlon lln:inK. J
l.uey A Johiooti, Henry A Jik'. Mury K Jonei,
K i:.-i.J a rti in K Kpii.( M K Kil.lile. .M Mm.
niiitf Jt lloltry, Mr l.nurn K Mi: lincll. John S
Mntiii. S Mrs .Nanry MMiin, W 11 .Siiinll. W
Marlnill Wood.
a ic ic i
On Tl.nr-.lnyt UnU ull.. by It. l. MufTmiin,
K., nt V.:i tu t ire r.f U.-nrv .Moore, .Mr. lien-
ry II. Moore aajJMhi .Motllfr,"'
On llio "7 tii ult., :it the ro.4i.loiio of tho hmlc'a
f:ther, ly J. It. r.rntnoii, Mr. Jonathan
I Uoriilnjrjr an.l MUs Nanry Ji-iKiiji, u 1 of iluii
IoIj.1i County, lii.li.iiia.
On tlic 27Hi of S,.,liuher, S'A, liy Jarob Kit
rotli, Ki., .Mr. Solomon Moer. Jr.," unl Ann U.
way.
On the "I til nit., to Jacob IIKzrotli. K. ,atthc
r. siiloi.ro of tliu briJe'a l.itder, near Witulunter,
Mr. Oavitl Nf-IT unl Kulli Moni;.tr
V.y Win. ('. Ji.I.f, K..., on llu '.'I th of Septem
b r, t-t ti reni.K-iice of t!ic ,o.l-' HrilnT-iii-l.t
w intlm U inity of Fannlan.l, .Mr. Lew is Miliar
an-! Ml .Mary M. Pur.iley.
By the aame, on the '.'Tili ii nl the rei.Jnre
nf Hie ri. !'. f.iilur in Farnilan-I, Mr. I'uvi l
l'urley ami .Mt .Mary J. C.'vmi;..t.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. A. KiaricR. L. .Mvcaa.
mm mint & jiyi:rs9
Whcloalo
CONFECTIONERS,
No. 12 -M.tacaiiHetts Atciiuc,
INDIANAPOLIS, I.I.
JCJOrlers from a distance ;roiortl UlleJ.cQI
nll-fim
QLrAKTi:iCI,Y Ki:i'OKT
OF THE C0 DITIOM OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WIN'CUKSTKR, INDIANA,
gJHOWING Till: CONDITION of jaid
3 Bank on tlie morning of the first Moudar
of October, lr 6G:
RESOURCES.
Note ahl DUN i)ieouiiieJ 90,103 00
Furniture and Fixture 1.CJ0 oo
Current Kxpemes sä5 52
Kerfiiue Sl.iiiij' 35 0)
Cue from ihrfollniring Xttional Dankt:
Firt National Bank of Ck-Teland, O. 4.HS0 ",i
Central Bank Cinrinnuli, U.
U. S. Knuds llnaiU-d
Cash on bai.-l In Cirt-ulatir Notes
of ther Natioiial liaitki
Sped
Frat-tiwiiAl Currenij
lejral Ten.Ier Notei
C'ouioiiud interest Notea
14 'iS
CI, WO 00
K0 00
Jl '-H5
2 n
C,tlt0 WJ
I Y.Ztri t8
CO .000 00
&3.yoo &o
LIABILITIES.
Car-ital Ftoc k paid In
Surplus Fuud
Outsi andiix Notes of tbU Bank
Individual Ocoites
lue Ninth Naiioml Bank New York
Pividends I'uj.aid
Intere.t
iuJit and Lou
4-517 43
5 S4
31 ?i
471 tti
14-lt
91739 08
W.V. M. LOCKE, Cashier
Extr.Dannty! F.xlra Pcntian! Extra P.y!
blank and lu.irnrtlons sn bT mall rata or
cauaoK to all .lUirs or thir dt-fendant, who
are entitled t tha additional allowances
f rioted ty Uid reei.t ads of C.nzreM. . - .
- Addre TK4 PLK C. H AKKiSON,
i;e .geul U.S. Sanitary Commission, '
Tjnfi-6n
tary
Ind
lauapolii, lol.
FOtt ALE.
A good two-horse spring wagon for sal
on good terma. Call on
DR. J. W. WILM0RE,
tC tf WM. D. FKAZEC.
W I IST C EE S TEH
CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE.
GREAT
FÄLL AND ÜIHTEB STOCK.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
The Largest and Nicest Soloction
colore in this
Hat Injr Jntrturni! from Uif KmI, I needful !j Infllu the public to full t.l famine my Hock of
READV MADE CLOTIIl.fO, ILT5, CAPS, HOtrtH l SltOKh!,
OK NTS FCRNIsHlSr. GOODS, Ac.
Von will fln.l a t.tjt Inrj ttoflc of
BEAVKK CI.OTII, BROA PCI.OTII, CASS1MEKKS, C A S S I N tTT KS, SATI.XKTTKS, JKANS, Ac,
Whlc!. will b 'M by ih jarJ, or cutor pat np f.r vou at 0e abort oat r"llo.
am :aumi:nts waiiuantci) to mt.
M. SNATTINCER.
5. H. Thon lndcMf.l t m" will pla call an.l teUl. a I m ar haro tVj mwiiy. All ac
cu nu runnli jr ot er one tuonili will ha intorct rliar4',l. M. S
nl 3 t a
TO TGE PEOPLE
CF RANDOLPH COUNTY,
1 be 1r;T to inform yon thM I !. Jt r
turiio.l from the city, wliie I boiijfM a larjce
Moca of
DRY GOODS!
A5D
NOTIONS,
Which 1 nfW t aHI a ehp If not rher tlmn
au; ollier baut In U" counirj.
-Wf atofk of-
DiOSS Coods ar.d ITotiona
Can t bt la tM Crt of lb country.
I bate thf ltet atock of
-AI0
Bradloy'B Duplex Elliptic
Skirt.
CLOTHIXO AT CXT !
Call nt Ko. 2, Lock's Iluihlins, nad
test the tnithol" what 1 aay.
n4 43
M. M.WF.n.
AITOlT3Ii;.T OF EM I t TOK.
Notice is lior-ly j;i vn, tlmt the umlriiriie.1
ha heen nijoinled evernlor of Hie Inst W ill of
Willuinth F. Short, lale nf Kandnlpli Cnuntt,
deceased. Sail tte i 'i p jm..-1 ti ! snlvrr.l.
A S 1 HON V W. JA H N (i I N .
n1t-3t r' Kxecutnr.
i:ixinoitrs sali:.
Notice Is hereby grlven that I will sell nl rnMie
auction, on Saturday, the iiU day of O tir,
IhM, at tho residence ff Will ninth K. Short, de
feased, laic f Kando1j.li County, ail her person
al property, consisting f horsisn, lntr, corn In
field and erih, farming ulenells, hoasohold furni
ture, Ac.
A credit of nine months will he piven en all
sums over liiree dollars, purchaser piii.jr his
note, with approved security, waiving talulion
and aipruiseinnt laws.
ANTHONY W. JAKNAGIN,
14 3t . Kxecutor.
A DM I N ISTII ATOIVS SA LK-
Notice is here b Riten that I will sell at public
auction, on Saturday, the '.Hth day nf October,
1K.6, at the residen of William W. Osborne,
deceased, late of Kandolph County, all his per
sonal prop rty, (not taken by the widow.) ton
sitinR of horses, hofrs, corn in tl Arid, oats in
sliaf, farm'n.g utensils, carj'ei.Ur's tools, b.-d,
bo.ldin?, Ac.
A ereditof pine rnontha will be jrlen on nil
sums over three dollars, the purchaser jrivii-.p his
note with approved surety, waiting valuation
and appraisauiebt laws.
iil! HKNJAMlN HUNT, Adm'r.
FARM FOR SALE.
A Faa of K.l acres of F.xcttir t Und f.. r sale.
It lies Id Randolph County, Ind., on either sid
of the Indianapolis and Kellefontaln Kailroad,
one mile east if Morristown. The ncl provewds
of thetlruber alone would pay for it.
Purchasers are solicited to rail and see it or
address a few lines to me at Parker Post-office
Ind.. for furtheriufornaUou.
B7-3m GEO. HVTCIUSS.
ELECTION NOTICE.
Rat" Indiana, Randolph County, S. S.:
t, John It. Ooodrich, Clerk of the Kandolph
Circuit Court, do hereby certify that there are to
bo Toted for and elected the following named
officers, on the 2d Tuesday oi October, If W, to
wit: Attorney General, Secretary of State,
Auditor of S-.ate, Superintendent of Public In
struction, r;.-nrr-saian for the Fifth Con
irrcssional iJhtrict. Representative for Kandoljih
reuatv, Conr.ty Treasurer, SberilT, Proteeetinr
Attorney for Common Pleas Ceurt aud County
Commissioner.
Wltrifsn sny name and the seal of said eoert.
this lltb day of September, A. 1. 1"C.
lstai-1 JOHN ß. OO0DKICU. Clerk.
Mate of Indiaaa, Ksndotph County, S. S.:
I, Joel A. Newman, Sheriff In and for said
county and Slate aforesaid, do hereby certify
the ibsts to fee a true and correct copy.
Wltnmy name, this 8 th da of September,
A. n. liiö. JOEL A. NEWMAN, sbtrlf.
bl3 ;'t
SHMEHT.
U
Ol ITS
of Pioce Goods ever offered
market.
HOISS Fl'RXISIIIXC GOODS.
8EPTEMEEH. 2.J3, 1O06.
FOR THE FALL TRADE.
Houso Furnishing Goods.
Villi Ausdhl, Hnrmxn & Co.,
No. 71 Main Irret, Dayton, Ohio.
Wisuld call Iii attention of hners to thsir full
and well assorted stock of
Body Bru3sel,
Eoglish Tapes'. ry Piuscol5,
Three Ply.
Suf erflne Irvrrcdn,
Wool Dutch,
Tapcitry Ingra'n,
Venetian, Hemp and Rag
CARPETI2TG
Now oji-.'iiing, from foreign aji4 douiestle mann.
f..tfirV
cocoa MArnv.. rT TTTta, and
MANILLA K.VITI50.
rioor and Table Oil Cloths
Alt widths
Marseilles, tIoiiey-cmb, Allendale and Lancaster
Oountovprmos,
Curtain Terrs, Gilt Comlees and Psn.'s,
Ciir'ain Km. Curlaln fliniji and t'ord,
Seiitid l.aee t'urlaln, (.'ii'talii Ijvim,
It nttlngi.am Cnrtw'i , Cnrtsin Ismaks.
UKfiK STOCK PLAIN AND tlil.T HflADKÄ
Wimov II.i.i.5ds, all wtu'thi and colors.
TAIILE A5D PI-A flO ('OVERS,
l.lsrn ml Ci.lion Shretinv- " bUJi; Ptthrar
('sings; Toe!s; Nnpkiin; Oojiics; Line lani
aks nid T 1.1.1. Cloths.
WUIIK AN OI.OHKI C'AKPKT WA HP.
A haiidsoin.r asortmeiit (if Stamjie.l Gilt
WA IX PAPERS,
A SpIcuJiJ Assortment of tlie XewestStjlcs
DKCOlt ATI VK
PAPER HANGINGS
S A T I N W ALL YS V V. RS.C0M M 0 N !'A -PKR.
WINDOW l'APEK, FlKl-MtOAKl)
PRINTS.
(tntl Cifi'urivl lihmkrt.
Aff-nts for Kirh.irds V fo.'s n"W at4nt comer
r. lors fr Inirs and rooms; sonieihiiijf new,
mMul aii.t n ainriilal,
rr.ts :nad ;nil put down, Wiru!yw Shades
and Coriiiocs uil .(, and other work excculvd at
hort notice.
VAN AUSDAL, HARMAN &. CO.,
No. 71 .Mali mI., D.nytou, Ohio.
t4-h7
eh icons or yoetii.
A gentleman who RufTtre! for years from
Nrrvou Dibilitjr, IVrmaturc Drcay, and
all the vfl'tcts of youthful indiscretion, will,
for thc Kike of sufftrin humanity, send
free to nil who need it, thc recipe and direc
tions for making thc simple remedy lj
wliirh he Wiis cured. Sufferers wishing ta
profit by thc advertiser's experience, can da
ao bv addressing
JOHN H. OfiDKN.
No. 1.1 Chamber? St., New York.
March 8, lsGG. .. 36-ly
STItANCE, MET THEE.
Erery youn lady and pcntleman in th
Uuitcd Statri can heir something vcrv
much to their advantage by return m.iil (free
of charpe,) by addressing the undersigned.
Those having fears of being huir.burgcd
will obliee by not noticing this card. All
other will pleae nddrcsn their obedient
servant, TI10S. F. CHAPMAN,
S31 llroadway. New York,
March 8, lSfn. 3G-lr
NOTICE TO NON-H ESI DENTS.
State of Imdiana, Randolph County.
In ihe Common IMeas Court, October Term, IfGo.
John Commons vs. Samuel P. lirllton aud Eliza
J. Dritton. Complaint
Now crues the Plaintiff, hy T. f. Erowne, At
torney, and Bios hi complaint herein, together
with an affi.lsTit that said defendant are rxt
reidtitiU nl th Stale of Indiaiia.
otire I therefore hercoj-rit eu said l-fnd
ants, that uels they be and apjar on the first
day of the ni term of th Common IM as
Court, to he hohlen on the 4th Monday of Oc
toUsr. A. J). cst at the Court-house jn Vq
eheslrr, In suld coui.ly and Slate, and acswer or
demur to said coiuplat nt, t" same will be heard
and determined in th-ir absence.
m Itness inr na me. and th ai of uild rnnr 1
affiled, at "Winchester; this ta day of Sep
tember, A. II. IsGG.
tststj
n 11-41
J. R. GOODRICH, Clerk.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
'otlce U hereby fiven thai u,0 nnJersified
kas teen appointee administrstor of the estate
of Wllliax W. 0lMrne, deceased, late of Kan
dolph tsmjr. haii estat Is .oprx....t to be
solvent.
i;e.njamin iiht.
eten r ?0, bCC.
AJipintstrator.
Dayton Wholesale Trado.
J. C. Kinke. A. nerhe. II. flr,V-
FINKE, BEEBE & CO.,
Importers and Jolbtrs in
CLOTHING AND WOOLENS
Tailors' Tri mm I tigs,
A., kc.t &c.
So. t)l .Main atrrt t,
1 Dnjlon, lhi'o.
Joph Comor. PnUr. Rrttt
COMER &. BROWN,
Wholesale Grocer
An.l
COM M 1 sis 1 0 N .MrnCIIA N TS ,
?io. (us Main fret t.
Six Door? t?outh ef .oooml ttrrrt,
PA YTOy. OHIO. S4
Jobn Cain. rtl l K. Hojaf
CAIN & BOY EH!
Importers mA wholilo dealfra v
Foreign and Domestic Notion
G LOVES, HOSIER V,
FAxrcrsr GOODS, &:C.
.Vos. 2'. nn.l C'H T'-t S r.!ui atreet.
DAYTOS. OHIO. 34
GEORGE A. BLACK f
(SutffMor to H.-cUrr A Htacl.)
InqtnrW aai whotrtile 1Iar In
CIII.Yl, CLASS AM) (II EEXSWAIiB..
Coil Dil nI hamp, n.itr! n l britaunii
are, Lookmc (lea. Cullerj,
Stone Yellow Wart, Ac
No. SO Opera iio'.sae, Vain atrttf,
DA YTOX, OHIO.
(Jeorgs V. KneUly. Jnhn K. Melntlr)
KNE1SLY & M'INTIRE,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
1
cor win's ni.ocic,
7T o . 4(1 31 n i n Mrcit,
between First k Seconl ata.,
DAYTON, O II I 0.
J. V. Perrine. . J. f? Lvtle. Ge-. W. Kaar
PERRINE, LYTLE & SHAY,
Wholrsalc Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
NOTIONS,
No. 2:12 Sccoml ft., het. Miln and JcSTeraei
DAYTOS, OHIO.
W. H. PRITZ &, CO..
Wholesale dealers In Foreign anl Oenestle
II A II D W A It E
Mcchnnifs Tools, nuildtng Ma
terial, Cutlery, itc.
Also, Agont for Fairbanks Scaiti
300 "5ecotnl street,
DAYTOS, OHIO. U
H'lHTIRE, ANDERSON & CO.'
WHOLESALE
BOOTS AND SHOES.
No. 4 8 Ki'u strrrfy
Corwin niork.
1) A V T O .V, OHIO.
Wholesale Dealer in
niTz, r.M'.v, ruhsy
STRAW GOODS,
MILLINER "ST,
42 ilain atreet, between First and Secoud
DAYTOS, OHIO. 34
Jscel) OTirnu.
Win. .vU-mr.
f. V.OsSeri.
O. Petro
COFFMAN, OSBORN L CO
HATS AND CAPS
N. .lO.'s i? ceo iid blreet,
DA V TON, OHIO.
HOCEKS, KIEEEH ic ENLE,
Wholeialc Dcaltra in
HARDWARE AM) SADDLERY,
i',A Main street,
n.Mrri DAYTON', OHIO-
1). W. Ki.gl-, ) 40
(;.Vrni.n. A. ft. Smith. M. Tlrpitu
W0GAK0.V, SWITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE
G It 0 C E R S !
No. XI 3 Third atreet, between Ma'a an4
Jelfersou,
DAYTON, OHIO.
40
GREAT EXCITEMENT
AT THE
POST-OFFTCE.
SIMEON H. LUCAS,
riiAKhS this method of calling the
attention of the propU to the
that he has opened a
fact
NEWS-OFFICE
. AND
- - - S 1
1 t
JEWELRY" STORE
At the rot4)fIicc in Wincheater,
DAILY & WEEKLY PAPERS,
School and Mucclhr.eous Booki
Novels and Magazine!,
STATIONERY, '
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
Aolioiis and Pcrrnmcry.
CLOCK AM) WATCH nCPAIIXI?lC
Done on the shortest notice, aed aatlafae
tion guaranteed.
Give me rail at the Tost-OfBce, nortl
Of the Peblic Square. -, -
81MEON H, LITAII.
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