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THE RAXDOMMI JOlJRNAL'.c,, 1 L.
r - - .- - - . ! t wM t!irr tlio l'ni'!i party -Imll THVtlsnA V, XOVKMUi:!! 1 . nominate an. Jrniit for IWnUnt. w - . , : - - - - - ' not u question .it thi- tiiiH'. We know riX A A EU WHAT V XT WHO' f no one tlmt H n-Mnx it, nt even M riilTf.. i flu fftntral l.!m-elf, nnl we irtvun.e IVfiy r 1- th Inc'rc !.-iro rf the jf jjf. Joo-f or nrir to rurept, ult nr to mxo it nwr .? in to! I! :;.!.!, i j xvill Ic upon a i.Utform of jrin ny t!' !"ir' of th- min'l, tnJ nil r, ,,- that he ca.. tni-tel. iS) there mli'r?nn l t ! - ' 1 1 an I minl t If I1.1 fw no tlenuiu iations or .'tare. viif)tiIiniT:.4 trim-. lVay r niv IV if (,Vti. Grant iloc not Main, on the .ir.lu.lv. mor.-ifnl ami the .rnf.t ...-Inn of liiirt. l ot it I- l.-. v. rtli.!r pmyr r.' 'Hi '-I. - f in'-n ?nd "r.iani v-ho i th.-.towrliir t.uM by f 'hri-f, m hi-n he1 mM: "Tin , ,. I s.i.-ifl i.ii-i !. I.nt tli' travc;- of the' II. , i.k-d are an a'oiu:ua!ioa in the lit 'f ( ih1." t !i L'.nl's prayer, l:..ht t.. h;- d:-c:p..-. c m ari tcaci i .. i . i. i.i, , " .; I nr - i iv is ... 1 ..I - A ... . ., , , , iu, c air to luake j-iaytr available, i . 1 " a, "I-i.r-ive our ;n a v.e furtive tlio.Mi! . . . 1- : t.,.i:... - I '. ru Sil a'zaiii-i u-. j u" iu.in.in."! nate fr in a Miictrc, pure and ludy: l 'I i,, u iinncc üat tin' iieart. 1 h u- n in H-'iraiu uui uit . P raver of the wi vUe l v.illbeauvtiLd" , Mhilu tht-y How from a irrupt heart, '.'for a roi nipt tree can not biieg forth pid f.uit;" it h contrary to the nature : of thin--. iSo, while the mind Is cor- nipt and the bri athinjr- come from im . pure motive-, prayer from .uch a HMiree i-::ri never acamplish any oI ' ject zvejUt. Vottair prayetl in the hourof danger, ' but hi- prayer came from an un believing, inuiu'crv heart; and had he. lttn ovtrwlK-Imod by the physiral . danger which threatened hlm.it would . have nroe up in Judgment against him, for it proved the fact that he knew iii duty but lid it not. The1 thoucht- are ollVred prepara "tory to living that nlitical tartic- '.rtn d ln.md of tbo ehuifli and ber nn nib rhip thi ir prayers for the .uc v -H-t of a iHIitical organization. That "t!M- prayers may be ci.ieaciou, the .principle? inculcated mut te in nc ennranre with the teachings of the lin.hv. It 1- true the wl( ked may rule; Intleod, they often -Mieren, in getting -.ho government into their hand, but H h only for a M-a-on, as (Jed will brinrr all government to naught "where they are not founded on the im- mutable prineli.! of truth, justice And 'infrcy. All the prayer of unholy and imgolly iliirnitarie ear. never retrh th6 car of the Almighty for tlie per- 'H tuify and Mieeess of any Organiza tion. Even the prayers of the riirht eoiM can only le etl'eetivo where the object or the thing prayed for U in ac cordance with the principle.- named. The Jtible rule 1: "A yo would that mm do to you, do ye even so to tht m." All prayer mint therefore be in neeordaue with this principle. And it folly, yea, an absurdity, for politician to nll upon the church to pray for the aiccc of a, particular party .organization .which doe not jTconize thl principle. A luty, therefore, who-e platform of principle; are founded on injustice t any cla.v of men, or that pander? to corruption and hin for the Kike of Micecv. can not, in an enlightened and civilized government, triumph. ' .The jarty that ndvocates the en .lavement or degradation of men flie i.nle and u.-e of Intoxicating limior beverage can not sincerely and )inetly ray God for ueccs at leat If it dov; there is no reason to expect c;iiM:i:.r cjka.xt. The Indiana pi li? Gazettvvinakcs an nnlaught on (Jen. Grant, aWjKiVM "he is the tail of Andy Johnson's kite," that h oceuple! n humiliating ixI tlon, nnd that if he U a man having principle hc.hou!d resign. Kven'oHl-i-er of the nrmv aii(l naw, when he take upon himself the outh of oft lee, vi car that ho will otn y all orders of hi Miperlorw, and of the President of tha I'nite! State.. AVhilc it iouropin lrn that order N. S shouli have stood, and that it abrogation l M'mp.y an other act of perlldy of President John n, yet we co no reason why (Jen. Grant should resign becaibe the Presi dent of th United astute does vrong. The time will soon come when th! I)letntr' will o out of office. We do not know who wrote the Gazette nrticlo, Uit vro apprehend that if the fellow had Grant's position, and had j-on it honorably, he would net be trilling to let go o easily. It i Gen. Grant dutv to .lv hi superior, so loug a5 their onler are not in violation of the Constitution of. the United States, or the requirements j f his oath of ofllee. A officers, many j i, I 1 1 to ovcy oniers vrnue m the nr:y. tlut we clearly disapproved, but v i kuow the country would luve con- deracd us if v- hr.I resigned for tuvhl rracn. Th pMotien of reWls and ri U l proeorty, w a as tuCimou as any thing out.-Me of the actiuluiumLion ef tiwon; but by onhrs "rotu our su ptTior wc were coiuiua to tender uch protection, .r rUk the pccaltks r f a court-martial, and the disgrace itf Wing disher.oraMy dimiiti the .ervice. Wo arc opposed to G.ant rei-nln-. Iirt, beeouso no man would Ik? nom inatl by Mr. Johnson in whom the country ha io much conlidence as it has in lien. Grant. Sceondly, Gen. Sherman would, by his seniority, I o commander, and would be compelled to U'j the aaethlP, or resign. Third- sVilrcMn t!,..r:!'..rv-i-.o-nc-'o. ;;,kH not then it wouM 1h-a calamity t-o Uil.v, it mt:-t rn:''l:atr fn.n J' to the cutmtry iouM he rc-:i-n. pur h iTt r .1 i'.?To h !re fr Vnrtty. Imlrv!, W tin- spirit of rv.Ti:n STATE sen ATORSIIIP. a, it ..ee.ar.-s n-u ui; m. 1) f t Hn,, thc Ch.v. ,w commit- am satisfied that llil l 1 I .UiU ä a" a.ivf-,-. .- . lllv I Jtt 1 . ! , .... i : tel tlie uniianlonjibU' nn to Jill Domo- nothing undone ... ., i :. nr . l. ;,i . icraN. I hat paper hin advocated string tion; and if tho ;..l in I. it 1 m :i: mi's Itl llfr! I 1U". 11 ' : ' -i :.r...- Kent tcinperanee measure, hoping s Wc are ireiuired ;, r..rl .I' Lit U,e iyl in tu- (iennan, tron. We claim , .,. ,.,U.,lv 1,,1,1 furtl,.;,m-l"'- lU-p-.il.l.en variy. p.U-,u,g mm.- trim0 W(s are will not be! "-v.',ted for in their convention. If lie f faVoM jhIwfiV i,Uy, he life a rijrl.1 a Rtain hiH j,n..c:,t l(0ition. If he p,.,.,,, -, ,...-.. ! I lit aIJ 1 If 'IUI I.MII la. a vr. i Kttit.of Waba,h,fortheU.Rift'1Iov thousand of innocent por- ... We admire the Judfrc per-! woulI s"n(ir; t,l Canacia-j . V. a . 1 !M If la I t .Sonate M,ullyanl politically, and V Gov. j Morton should not le .-clecteil, we k ut no n;n t r 8tip;v)rt tfian JuMate Pettit. 1 1 ... r, The Ihclimond lehvram (Jov- Morton fur the I.. opposes Senate. is a , : I...,-.. I .. ):).. .t .nl.t t.i lin tnitli I "a 1 nu 1UU u i i.ii... i. T..ia..M. ti!.1 ! U1 1 " 'K,,,;,, lliV- " picieriMii. v;rueeMto uu. """ or any other man. im- vuu .ii ..'- liuiuiaiu, nil i)eron;u njunir. The Iliehmond iUpublic-m, New Cm -tie Courier and Muncie Time favor Geo. V. Julian. The Indianapolis Gazette will favor either Julian, Orth, or Colfax. The IndianaMIis Journal, a. nl.-o a very largo majority of tho JJepubliean papers of the State, favor Gov. Mor ton, as do a large majority of the peo ple who act with the Republican party. is iiooTii nr.D! "Aain we repeat earnestly and cer tainly that John Wilkes llooth never wa- taken to Washington cither woun ded or dt-ad, ami thathc was alive in July of tlii? year." Iai Cruuc Dnno vrat. ".Some iMiot ha started another -to-ry that John "Wilkes Jixth U not dead." fid. Herald. "John Wilkes Hoth w.n alive on the l.ith day of July, 1KVJ. The man who was killed was not llooth, but an other person murdered in order to ob tain the reward oflered for his cap ture." Tai Cr . Drmocrnf. We did not think any Copperhead would Inshmato that Andy Johnson would have done this thine:. We charged it upon Andy somo werk4 ago, and some of Johnson's friends said we were crazy. We have but little doubt that Ilriek INuneroy, of the La Crosse IVmoerat, is telling the truth. The fact is, Jiriek wanted office for hi. service in advising Moses and his friends to assassinate Lincoln, and now that Moses has "faced" on the scoun drel, he is telling tales out of school; for which the Herald calls him an idiot. : - a ADMIXTtJItl! OF OLOOII. "Tho 'admixture? of bloods' Is 'no where ho prevalent a.s in tho States where the negro is ground dowr tlie lowest, by opprtsive laws and public opinion. How is it that near ly one-half of the colored population of the St mt h now have bleached faces? Are tltev not more prevalent there than at the. North?" (iazc'fc. "There arc more mulattwc in tin .South than in the North simply be en 110 there are more negro women to breed nn:.,;ittoes. And the South owes a poodly pronortion of lier mulattoes to Northern JMboattnen and Northern overseers.'--f. J I era Id. This, if true, would indicate that planters drove the negro women to the Mississippi river to meet the Northern flatboatnicn. We sup poso the Horald editors understand how the thing wa.s done, therefore, would like to enquire if they were ever engaged in Mat-boating? II I they were, then there may be some truth in their abortion, und they know whereof they speak. Letter from Father McMahon. The following letter was kindly furnished us by AV. D. Frazeo forj publication. Thoe who have been anxious for the welfare of the JJev. Father McMahon, can learn his exact condition from the following: Military Phison, Toronto. I suppose that ere this yon have read the full account of my trial and conviction, and my sentence of death. Comment 13 now unneces sary. I had the form of a trial, but the jury were satisfied with the evidence. The Judge told them tho Crown made out their case. I offered nn vldnni-o Mvi.nwnrU,Ai, a . u mhv. . i .a i V äi 11 k iv entirely useless to oiler any, and as a matter of course, I was at once convicted. Under the advice of the American Consul, I intend applying for a new trial, which I hope will be granted. I thiuk 1 will then be enabled to prove ray innocence. I perceive that the Kentenee on Colonel Lynch and myself caused much indignation in he United States. I am glad public expres sion has been against tho course of the Canadian Government on this question; and it is a source of pleas ure to .Colonel Lynch and myself to find that wc have tho entire smna thy of the American Government and people. But I would recommend that this I 111.411 UV 1kl IMlllallt L'atliva. , v. matter should !o treated quietly and calmly, and no threats of retaliation nr of another invasion made. It would tend to irritate the people here; find if the government arc in clined to be merciful, they-might not like to Le consiierci as forced into it. Tho Government of Canada have their own people to satisfy; and quite a larjje portion cf the I jK'oplc of Upper Canada would be - ,ftJ to ?eo nn example made of o:uc OI llu? A-nian-, inniKin- it i I would deter them making anv at tempt at another invasion. In this (hey are wrong, for should they execute Colonel Lynch and myself, there id hardly a question but a, terrible retaliation would be the 'consequence; a war would would be lost to Great Uritain,and no person can conjecture the ulnount of suffcrinS it would entail on both countries. Therefore, the wisest course for our friends is to await the mediation of our Government in our behalf. I they will leave to secure our libera- or.st should come, for our fate. . ire innocent of.the charged with, but were not allowed to prove it in the i. a t a a, i umuuan loun?. liui me uoeu- . inenLs aro belore our.Uovernmcnt, 1U1(1 we claim we are entitled ton L. unconditional pardon, a.i our lease i. so peculiarly different from the other pi isoliere. I was then? a non-combatant, as Chaplin. Col. Lynch, tho reporter of a public journal, and being in Canada with no hostile intention, was also a non combatant. Thus the matter stands, and we await anxiously the action of our Government. I am in ood health, and receive the greatest attention from the Gov ernor and his official?. Let none of my friends be uneasy about me in that respect. It is reported in the United States that we aro treated badly. I take this and every oppor tunity of contradicting this, for I nn treated much better than I could or ever expected. Yours, mast faithfully, John McMahon, P. 1. WAYNE TOWNSHIP. Special Corre.paadence tu Randolph Journal There has been continued rain for a few days which I presume will close up the dry weather this year. Now is the proper time to finish up the fall work and see that the stock h started through the winter in .rjoo.l conditio:.. If anv of the sheds, barns or other buildings need repair, see that it is done before cold weath er sets in; and have the plows har rows and other implement. gath ered up and housed, and not left to bide the storm of winter, whero they will take more damage by o'iosu.re than they will by a season's use in the Held. As the -umniur and fall were the seasons to make and gather, so is thisthe time to economise and save. The suc essful farmer will be making ob servations on the best methods of feeding stock; what is the most prot itable to keep over winter, and what should bo disposed of in the fall. This is also the proper reason to look out for the seeds and plant that will bo 'wanted next spring, secure the best kind of seed corn, tnd see that it is whero it will keep safely through the winter. Provide plenty of good reading for tho fami ly during the long winter nights, living preference to the best au thors, and t pice with a good literary and agrici'itural paper, ami our County Journal. 1 roTATons. "The potatoes have got what the folks call the rot," ami in most pitches there is a larger yield of rot ten i!,;iU sound ones. -MOVING. The school hoiC In District So. , about two weeks agl, pulled up stakes and started on a tramp north ward in search of a more congenial atmosphere, und is now ,;l:nding out in bold relief on the old raiii oad t rack. M üx I..I Korr. .ma it in rn. On tho 15;h Inst., hy Jacob .'luroth, Esq.. at the residence of Hamilton sCdwnrds, uar Win. ch.'ster, .Mr. lilt MiCouochy and MUi EliiabatU On th 19th inst.. hr th im, at th residence of Mr. Fisher, in Wlocjetcr, -Mr. William iliaei and Miss Ella Heard. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. röiC sÄhK TrAparafo-y to his migration to the West, tfca un.lersijrncd otTers Tr salo alt his property, both real and personal, lo a: Iii res.ii.'tico, kdjiin i i.sr the town of Winchester, Ind., consistii.jr of five acres of land, hou.e, tmp and stable; also a rood orchard of uear 'HQ trees, consistinc of apple, pear, poach, plum and eharry trees, all of good and choice selection, and a vartetv of Crape-vines an) other smalt troits, with a jood selection of omsiuntal treei and ahrub, Foor 10 n lots. tvo of which lay ear tho graded school laoiiss now beinc erected; also, two out lot. Nineteeu acres of land, with a irod water power, partly improved. A eomplete rlj for water saw. mill, ooe jood horsa-powcr for shp. Two head of horses, thrco milch rows, hosrs, Ac. "?''3n GEO. A. SMITH. AC! It I CI LT I'll A I. JTOTICE. Ther will he a nrnetinj- of the offleer and raeiubers cf the Randolph County Agricultural Society on Monday, the 3d day of Peceinber next, at i. courtroom in Winchester, for the pjrpoge of electing ofüeers. President, Socretary, Treas urer, and one Director from each townsfclp, and pay proml'itui of the last twii falri, and transact such other business a may be deemed necessary. All those that purchased badres at the last fair are meraher of the societr, and will haro a riebt to !. F. HEASTO.N, Kecretary. .Norcmber 50, JIM. t.l 2t LEagle j.Ietse copy. sheriff. sali:. By tirtae f an Ktecutioa to me directed from the Clerk of ihe Kacdolpb Common Plea Court, I will etpos t pnblic sale, to the nicest bidder, on Saturday, the 15th day cf December, A. l. ISfö. between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., of said day. at the dor of the Court Louse cf Kandotph county, the rent an, profits for a term not atceedinp'-eTen yean, tho fyllowirr desenhed real estaie, to wlf. Lots Number f.rty, (o and forts-one, (4.1) la the town of Farmland, Randolph Cjanty. And oa failure to realiae the f.ll amount of the Jadftneni, Interest and cost. I will, at the same time and place, e a pose at publi aale the fee Imple of said real estate. .TwWa. lhe rrrt?rtyof Wm. C. Jobe and Sarah J.Jobes, at the suit of Jno. Q. A.Keeee. eseiaVer Ij, l. n;i-it OTiri: to sTocrtiioLDEns or riltST XaTIONAL ija.nk. mciiimi, In. XoTemberB, lCÖ. TL itorthoMtfr the Firt National Bank of V iiirhener, Indian, arc li?rfty Lolififl lhal ib-re will le an eiu-ii f Uirrctort fr iH luk on the 2 J Tm-J.-ijr of January, l-'7, a; it lafckirg hoac, btcCQ tl tuurs of 10 and 4 I am Isnor lcred by tt R'ard f Pirertor to jrife notice that a n .jitioo t? ma Je lu the t.jclUoMera. Lcr(.rd pinnij lut. m rlUiH, to so cttanire the Ariele of .ao-ialiou as to r- dure the nutnVr f lurecl-Ti from erfn Uie preset tiumWr to five. W.M. ). LOCKE. It'j0-4l C'ashu-r. E. B. REYNOLDS, Ittorncy at Z,atc. OfiCt in Jail Dniliiny. up ttairs, teitk Moorman Waif. AVi bi4in entrust t him will be promptly an-l taii'uf iliv alU-ii le.l to. I!.' will a!io att4 to idling, leailnsr "1 '"'J ii.fjland. vS-ii'.t'-ly A I) 31 1 N I ST IX A TO R S S A L C. !otlc i hfreby riven that the tiii.loriKti.vJ, linin!tritor c.f the rUite of Lewii Michael. Icead, ill offer f r :l.i at lullic auction, at J Iii la'.e fii'lfiice ff the deeeatel, I ard ; I ornltf. KanJolph County. Indiana, nn Satur- I day, the ntti .lny of ),-cMiih--r. 1WC, the r-Toiial I f.r'per1r of wl-l cita'e. e-iiiitinjr "I trei, 1...... u ...... a f . r m i n . Irt lilianiltt . . "HJil'i'.il1 invrj'( " . ....... . h.Miliild and kitleti furniture, and variou other article, fate t txein at 10 o'clock A. M. , TKU.MS .411 s;im of tliroo d-IUr and und.;r, j cn'; orrr three ilo'lsr. a credit of nine m'nth t ill bf piren, the purchrr ;iin not air- I Ute valuatiou and apir:iitii'iit aw, uusio miirity. LV1. MlCHAk'L, Adui'r. u-'O-St DR. SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP. Ttii RTct med!eiTie nred Pr. J. H. Bcufjiok, th j IT priotor, 1 1'jUnonax.v Coii'iimptioii, wbea ;.t lial a.'nnird It moet formidable .-7"-t, and when rettlf I dratli anxnrcd to bo incritah e, n'. pTiiletaagpro- nounce-l Li evn rncural!e tchco Lo commence! the we c Uiij aia'u but powerful rcincJr. H'1 li-Kh wi nvor.'l in a rer hört tlm aod no return of thi d care li !-en approheuuej, lor a t the -niptoms quickl disupp.-aicJ, and h'a rrent Tveltht Is woro thaa two hundred p.un l. B'ncc K! recovery, Ls La Cero'o-l hla attcrttlm etc!u:vtjly to the cure et Conuniptio:i and tha r.h'ch are ueually coirpica'ol with it, aad ( tlie curcjeloCed by Li niedjctnoi hare teen very , rnmerou and truly wondenut. lr. Bonr-ics nos Pro:or. .UiU to .reral of the larger eitle, w ret ly, where h Lsjo Itvrce coaeoare of tteut ; and ft 1 truly artoaiphln to poor cowuniptlvcj that hare to m lifted out ot thoir cnrria-T, and Ii a fcT t.iet!tU bce.tbr, rolmat pdvona. Ha. j u,.m-vr'i w-TMnvii" vuri hk n WKE1) ! belIK.xCK3 11LMOMC bKt l, 8KAW KCl j TONIC, a:id MANDRAKE 1ILI..S are rcacmlly , all rejii.rod In eurin? t,onuniptwn. run urec - tlon s-cmipiny each, m th:it any oue can tat then, without rciiii? Dr. Soutxru, but nhou it is coa Tn.Mit It i to o? him. 1I nire advlo tri?, tut for a thorough ciatuiatvtlon with his Rtvplromotor tv foe Is thre dollars. rtoavM o.Mcrrc, tvhrn parchw'n th! tho two lifcejofscj of tho D-ictor oc whn In tho hutUo of ConjumpUon. and the other as he now Is, la juTict h-a'th are oa tho (iorrrumrait t&iup. gold h? all Drntfrtu and tVa'cn. Ir:v; 1.53 IK-r txntlc, r tho half donon. Letters for advk-o shou'.d alwa,vabo directed to lr. richtuck'a IVinclr O Vi, 15 North Cth it Fhila Jctphia, Ta. C'ncrat Wlio'e-alo Agents: Iteums Birncs & Con N. Y.. tf. H. Uco, Daltltiioro, Md.; John I. l'ark, CliKlunatl, Ohio ; Wa'.Lrr it Taylor, Chicago, I1L : Collins Hros BU Iu Mo. 3d w. oa. iuo. 1 jt. 1 . 3? . AV ATTS, Attorney nt l.nw nnd United RtntP! Claim Agent, "WINCH FSTI.lt, INDIANA, OlVtf KsPtCtSt .ITTK5T!0! TO Cnl.f.E 1 1 MS. KKFF.KF.M'KS lion. J. P. C. ShntiV. M. ('.; f I o ii . T. M. Ilrnwne, WinelKstr, Ind.; Hon. T. Ward. I're.i.l nt Kirt National Cnnk, Winctw tpr. Ind.; Ju!m J. ClH-ney, W'lncUti'tcr, Ind.; Prof. K. Tuck or, f .1 1 r C.Hoe, Ind. Offico In Jail ItuiMinr, WinchcnH-r. nl'J Iy von s.via.i:. Jnhn Ks n(T.rt his ri!onfe on Wet Wash InfTlor Ir-cl f' nl- ltis Affod hou, havlnt Ave la'C'., woll ontilatod roonis. well ttiiinhed. Tin? lt i hiKh, with srl out-tuildir. Terms eajr. Call tinmcdialoly. H-tf siir.itiri s .sali:. rtf Tlrtnof an F.xrutian und IV'cr" to me directed friu th Clerk of tho I'andoli-h Coin nion Picas Court, I will exo ft pnUIic a.ile, to the highest bidder. n Saturday, the Vllh day of Ncniher, A. P. Iat3i"i. het eon the hmirs of 10 o'clock A. .M .. and 4 o'clncW P. .M.. of said dav.st the door of tho (Jonrt-l.ous of Ifandoljdi county, the rent. aul pro'jis nr is term nut ov eoedlnjr seven yenrs, Ue fillowlng described real Vale, to wit: 'Iho north half of the onst half of northwest rjnarter f section ihirty-flre, township nine teen, raujre li, enlai.iii lorty irti1!. Ami on failure to realize the full nmomit of the J-jdcnient, Interest and costs, I will, at tho same tiiuo and daro, ex)Me at public salo tho fee simple of said rnl estate. Taken a tho propert? vt Cornelius Curray at the suit of ls.i.;c elon. Said sale will be made without any relief what ever from vslualiou or apralf nir nt laws. Oct. 10, 1MW. JUKI. A..NKW.M.', nl7-it Sheriff K.C. GO TO FORGY &CO., DEALERS I.X CARPETINGS CURTAIN GOODS. House FurnisJiiDg Goods DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Carzer Second and J.iTersoa Street, DAYTON OHIO. II n NG AND TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. EAST SIDE UBLIC SQUARE. OTIEAT Xt 2rt I FALL : AMD UiOTER STOCK. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. Tho Largest and Nicest Selection of Piose Goods ever offerod Before in this market. flair Jimt returned from the Eat, 1 rei.ectfuUy , RE.VUV MADK CLOTHING, NTS FURNISHING GOOPS, A. You will find a Terr Ur$9 stock of BKA VF.K CLOTH, RROADCLOTH, CASSIMKRF.S, CASSIN tTTKS. ÜATl.NF.TTKS, JEAS, Ac, WLicii will t aold t tbt yard, or cut or put up f.r u at t'i hortest uolice. . r . ALL (JAlt.MKNTS WAHKANTKD TO FIT. M. SNATTINCER. 11. Tboe iiidclted to me will please call and ". tie. at I jicst hare tae monej-. Atlac eouut running ov r odw month will ltav ih" intvrei charged. .M. ii 13 '.in MA.MIOOI). IIOW T.OST, HOW UC stori:i. i ...vvV.-v J'ist publish, a new cli Wn of Ir. c"7.'.?t CuWerelCs ( V It hratvl hr m t,Mi "a'!11 ar C iihit medi- I WeaVii'4. Involuntary Smiiial l.e. ltnpi- . ciii.-; oi periuairriio a, eiuui.n ! ...,.. 1. 1 . .. I ll.. Iii..ii..th I . i . nai i '.. nil pi iiii.'.vii(. , tryv-.i- itpsy. nnd Fit, iiidtKud ljr fcU-in lur-neco vt meii' It. Marria-e, rtO.; ul, t iiiniiiiiii. r.I- sual trnv;:nte. YT ' . " a .ilo.l enre1or. only C cent., d ,.Mctic-, that tho alarmlne 'cmm.-uhmi.-.., ,,f st-U utilise iu:iy li radically -urrd witt-iitlh dancr 'r.Hi im? of internal modiclne or the sppli- ctin of the k nift?. pointin. out a moU nf ,nr at '". simple, mid cert.iiii. and eflWtual. ly mttan, (tf which every nuflWrr in:.tt. r I.M , h roil.!itT. iaj. ,e, ,na cure hiiiMcll clioaplv, ,n v.-itclv. tuni rudically. jrf I Li, icriure i-honl-l in In the banM or every on ll and .'very man in the aiidr Sent, under aeal, tn a pluin envelope, ! nny ad.lru., polp.'iid, on receipt f iix cent, or two j.o't tninp. Al.io Dr. I" u I verweil 'Marriaee Guld, price ',. otut. Addre the publinhers, ('II AN. J. C. KLINK tic CO., 1J? Rowery, 'ew York, I'txt-ofllce but 46 viti IT- ly TAKK YOU It rilOICK! V will send by Kxprc or otherwise as r lered, S"cur!y ja k;d, a $Vi Sewinic Machine, eilher Whucler V Wilson, or tirorer A Culler, t. any person sending us, before- ta first i January next, the names of sixteen ncs suliribers t the NKW VOKK OllSKKVKIt, with the monej (3"Cfor one year in ndvanre. JT"'On and at"tT January lt. iSCT. will reo.nl re cifrlitcen new subacrlbers (iG3.1 Wo have sent away nearly as premiums TM I! KK IIUNDKKIJ of those iiiac'hinos, stud tV-y ;txe universal satisfaction. Tho new subi.ribers may bJ from one-, or from various places. Fend the names us fast as you obtain them, ith the money, bjeheik, draft, or Pot-tafllee order. Sample i-opi.s nod Circulars sent free. Term v o a year in aihtntc. SIHNKV K. MOKSK, Jr.. A Co.. lT-nt 37 ParL Kow. New York. isHi:itirr's nam:. 11 virtue of an Kxeculioii to me dir-ctd frun th V.rk of Hi ;m doli.h ( ir.uit Court. I ill expo' at public sale, t On- hiffliet bidder, n I Siitur.hiy, the .'P.h day of November. A I. lHiG. htween the hours of 50 o'clock A. M.. and I o'clock P. M.. of s.iid lay, at th-' ir f the Court-house 'f K :i n t I ; . h couiitv, '.ho rent and prollts for a term not exc-eedin se en yours, the j following described real estate, l s it : ' Curtnin Terrvs, Cilt Con. ires and Hands, One hunlrod nnd eiht .ncros, fiorc or less. .fP Curtniu R p, Curtain IJitnp nnd t'ord, of tho aosith ead of tlio northeast juarter of sec- j Spendid Lnce t.'urt.i'ni, Curts'u Uop, tlon thirty-ßve. to nhip uiiiwleeu, rantr- t elve, Nottinpham Cur'a'r.s, Curtain Iianiaski. east of secoi d prmcif al meridian lino. Al-o. ! the north half of th n.rtheast quarter, lraitinal i LA H(i K STOCK PLAIN ANH (ilLT MIAULS section t o .township eijrhtoen north ranpo twe e, ' east wfsecund prinrrpal meridian line; both lots ws-' Vtrnr Haimsp, all 1th and colors, timaled to oulain one hun lr-.-d and s.'wnt)- T( ... . ... n,s-ri ( iu rtu three IH-UMl aerws, more or less. Als, the un- , A.lt I i.a.iw xxi.i., I: voted one-third of IlUy-one and .nc half aerv Linen nnd Ctron S'ßeetlrirs. all widths; Pillow of the northial of southeast piarter of ection ('inj: TwoU; Nspkin; Poylie; Llnet Iam-thirtj-tive, township niut-tctii, range twelve :k und T;.bio Cloth. at. And on failure to ronlize tli lull amount nf t'.ie Ju ltnoiit, interest and Cxi, 1 w ill, u. the same time and place, expo-e at public sale the fee-si mplo of said real estate. Taken a the porpcrty of John I'ieheon at tho suit of Wis,!', lleudrisks. Sal.l saVe will made without any nlief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. Oct. I'J. l-i:i. JOl.la A. NKW.MAN, til. -it Mierill lt. C. r. m. nvrs, H. RQ.KsTlf iL, j. KT7.r:TtNt, n. w.sCHTri.. HAYS, ROSENTHAL L CO., Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in CLOTHING FUENISHING GOODS, .No. Ct SOUTH ."tHUUDIA.V ST., INDIANAPOLIS, IND.f And Manufactory No. 1 If) Chambers Street, and 131 Ueade Street, New York. 3Iay 1! ltGG. n45 tf MILLER & GABLE JIAVE OrK.NTD A DRUG STORE FAIUIZMND. INDIANA, U'hcrc thf arc ftecmipg A. SUPERIOR ASSORT.ME.XT OF MZUGS, PAINTS, OILS, CHEMICALS, DYE-STUFFS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, JPuvc Liquors FOR MEDICINAL FURrOSES. And uli other articles pertaining to the trade. Espeial attention will tx pren to hare erery article of at good quality aj repre sented, and in no inctince will any tbio be put up tbat is of doubtful or sophisticated character. M-Zk NEW E S T E E "V -A. H OF ITS invite the iuMie to call and examine mj Uxk of II ATS, CAPS, I50OTS A0 SHOES, nOL-SE FLRXISHIXG GOODS. SEPTEMBE H. J3, 180G. FOR THE FALL TRADE. House Furnishing Goods. Van Ausdal, Ilarman k Co., No. 7 1 .Unin Mtrct, Dnyton, OJUo. WsmiM call the attetitiun of buyers to their full and well assorted stuck of Body Brussels, English Tapes' ry Brussels, I Three Ply. Superfine Ingrain, Wool Dutch, Tapestry Ingra;n, Venetian, Hemp and Rag CARPETING- Now opening, from frein nnd doinettic in a n n -dietaries. COCOA MATTING. CAN K MATTIXO, AND MANILLA ÜATT1NO. Floor and Table Oil Cloths All widths. Marseilles. Iloney-comb, Alleiolale and Lancaster Cc ) Uli t J V f 1 1 1 0 S , Willi K AND COLOJtKO PA l.'PKT WA UP. A handsome assortment f Stamped Gilt WAIsIiPAPEKS, A SpTcnJiJ Aiflortment of iTit Xewet.tStrles DKCOlt ATI VIC PAPER HANGINGS ,. SATIN W.M.T. rATERS. COMMOX !'A- , n-K. WINDOW I'ArfaR. FIR K. HO ARU riJINTrt. HVi'V and (Wand Ilia aid t. Afents fr Richards V ('." new patent corner rotei-ters fr stairs and room; something new, s eful a nO ornamental. I Carpet made and put don n. Window Miades and Cornices put ip, and oth'r Work executed at tort notice. VANAUSDALjHARMAN&CO., No. 11 Main ftt., Dayton, Obio. 4-n 7 ARTHUR QUICK, Suutb iJe of the Public Sinare, WINCHESTER, INDIANA, Dealer irj Clocks, Watches & Jewelry, w ' Gold Fens and Pencils, GOLD CHAINS, GOLD RINGS, fee, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, BOOKS, PAPER, ENVELOPES, WALL PAPER, AND WINDOW SHADES, A LARGE STOCK OF INKS, Of all kicds. Also, PERFUMERY, LADIES' TOILET, POWDERS A.D II AIR DYKS, ETC. TM Dayton Wholesale Trade. J.D. Kinke. A. fleebe. IX. nuke. FINKE, BEEBE & COi, Importen fc! Jobben in CLOTHING AND VOOLENS Tailors' Trimmiitsrs 3 Ac, ic, tc. So. 91 .Main Irrel, 17 Dni too, Ohio. Joejh Comer. UaTld C. Brwt COMER &, BROWN, Wholesale GroeerM COMMISSION MEr.CIIAXfS, No. c.ß Main street. Six Doors South of Seeon J itreet, DA YTOX. OHIO. 34 Jchnfiln. Da fid K. Beyer CAIN & boyer: Importer" t.d wholesale dealers ln Foreign nnd Domestic Notions GLOVES, HOSIERY, FAisrcrr goods, Ac. Nos. 2-.I an.l el Kst .ernnd i.reet. DAYTON. OHIO. 34 GEORGE A. BLACK,- (Successor lo Heikler V Dlsct.) tmp-.rter an I wholesale dealer la CIIIXA, GLASS ÄXD IJUEEXSWARE.: Coal Oil and Lamp. PhrJ anI PritaBalf W are, I.rMklnp Glaste. Cutltrr, Stone k Yehow Ware, kc No. 30 OjK-r House, Main itreet, DÄYTOX OHIfK (Jwcrje-ff. Mnersty. John K. JaCcIaOre KNEISLT & M'INTIRE, WHOLESALE GROCERS conwixv ni.ocK, No. 4 II .Main t r e (, Between Fir-t i Second at... D A ."TO N, O II I 0.. J.7. Perrine. J. f I.xUe. C.e-. W. ftha PERRI8E. LYTLE & SHAW, Wliolcrale Dealer in Staple and' Fancy Dry Goodtv in ' N'O flOWS. Xo. 203 Seeon! at., het. Main -nJ JetTensf DA'YTOX. OHIO. W. H. PRIT2 &. CO.. Wholesale Dealer In Ferrif a and Dannt'l HARD W A ii E Mechanics Tooli, BuHding Ma terial, Cutlery, Arc. Also, Agent for Fairbanks Scale-r 30G Secoud atrtet, DA Y T O iV. OlftO. 34 m7Fntire, AtTderson & CO WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES. No. tn Main -treel, Corwin lUock, Tt a r t o ix, o ir r rr. t. s. baiTbTtt, " Wholesale Dealer iu MEAT-, cirs, nnXy STRAW GOODS, . . Jt.Vt MILLINEKY, 42 Main itreet, between Firat and Secn4 da rrox, onio. 34 Jacob CofTinaa. Win. a tea m p. C. V. O.born. U.Petree COFFMAN, OSBORN & CO .vonoeVsV, HATS AND CAPsS No. 303 Second street, DA YTOX, OHIO. ROCIURS. KIUri-R ENULr, liolesalc Dealera in HARDWARE AXD SADDIERV, CI Main street. il ZkX::: d a yton, onia u. r. r.nirfe, J 40 G. V. ojatran. A. &. Smilh. M. f ofiria WOGAMO.V, SMITH & CO, WHOLESALE G R OC ER S ! No. 313 Third street, between Me'st anl Jefferson, DAYTON. OHIO. 4 CR EAT EXCITEMENT AT THE POST-OFFICE. SIMEON H. LUCAS, ri.KE5 this method of caHing tie X attention cf the jojit te the fextt that le baa opened a AND JEWELRY STORE At the Tott-Ofllce la Winchester, DAILY & WEEKLY i PAPERS. School and Mifcellat.eoui Book. Novels and Magazinti, STATIONERY, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Motion anJ Perfumery rinrtf ami U'ATrii nmiiniKf ks mm. . - ' " es s w -p- - Done on tbe shortest noiiee, and satisfatv lion iruaraiatcca. üife sne a rail at tbe Post-0üce, atrft aSk . 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