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THE RA XDOLPH JOUHXAL.
tiiciisuay, yovKMUEi: 22. is. LOCAL NEWS. Ik Mli'ii vrill ;n i hU rinl nninn e will aecjt hU o(!Vr to write fur tin Journal fr;;i Moiri t'.wu. W can not violate our rule; Arorviv. Th la-t two numl)cn of th Journal were jrintiJ outratinHy I!, wiilc! wai' Ine to the meanest ink Werver lin! In the ofilcc. We hal lcru induce! to buy ink through an adrcrtNIns agency, unt! were mot gloriously windle!. Tiiamcfoivixcj. Gov. Morton ha nr.r.olntel the 20th of tills mouth as a ilay of thrinkfjilviritf. A mkkti.no uflray occurnM in Ihr vicinity of Farmland. S.-o the ac count given ly our corrcmdciit. - - - Lkti:i. The track of tlm Cincin nati, Ilieliiiioml nml Ft. Wnyne IL-.II-roml ha lneii loeaUtl on Veft Mro?t, In thin Iare. Thi", the n, settle the hueMi'wi. - ! ' 1 ' ' ' i " 4 ' r ' ; Jamci l. Joiinsov, formerly of this jUce, Jut recently a resident of Cam den, Jay County, died at his residence on last Monday. Tiii:iu: Is a gn-nt run now King ruade on UradLury for saddles and harne. Th:it KniMe, for he makes none hut tlse ld. - -- - . f.'iiANUK ok Timi:. Ait iijjMrtant ('hange ha taken Am-i in the running f tht trains oh the iMIefuntaiiie ltailriud. ,S: the time-tahle on irt page of tht paper. Thomas & Box lme on hand plen did coal oil, cheap as any; also the hct pialities of tohaceo and c i;;ar.s. I.Xifii: K ahisii. Mr. A. J. Stake ltake brought into otir ollice n radish weighing 111 Munds. ' It was raided on the PiMr Farm. We call it a ock lolhiger. At-JTloN. Our friend Mayer will ell at auction, on next Saturday after noon and night, a large lot of desirable goods of nil rluve. Indies are e.-pe-..rially invited. tc to commence nt 1 T. M. and i; 1 M. . - - OiM'KiiT. Tlicru is to he a Sahhäth frhool Concert given at the ,M. K. Church. A small admittance fee w ill ! charged, the jwwumN of which w ill IV used to purchnso wocxl for the use 'of the Pablath-school. We hcjHuk a full ho.e, as the object Is n worthy one. The time will he announced hi due time. Oh, tell me no more, of thN world's vain tore, hut let's go to Hiatt A ICin tienr' and buy our gpn'rrie.- fpicen ware mid notions. Then wj van re joice in some of the good things of this ubhinary sphere. Lot tho-e who nev er knew what It was to have nio fresli gnicrie, and superb cujh, sau rrr and plates to eat and drlnu from, go there, and quit hying their meat on lionrds, for it will m:j them thank- ul that they live, move ami haven . . i . . - 1'. AM L It. H. A portion of the Iron is now Wing laid down on the track at Union. A depot huiding ha also leen erected at that point. Dr. J. N. Converse, tho President, U driving the work .is fat a he can. lie will he entitled to the thank of the people idong the line for his indefatigable la lor in bringing alxuit this important result. m m - Talk Nroit. You said, 4iet us pi to W. H. Way A Co.'.- for groceries." Now kIv Uf nie reasons why we Fhouldiloso. "Well, the 1st i, they 11 ffHHl nrticle. 2d. They pell cheap. 3d. They have a large stock from which Kl !"l ll li 1111. IU J HU ll'IIV . ! Ifkll. They are clever gentlemen. fth. They buy, all the produce we take them. 7th. They pay the higliest price for it." That that will do. We will go there, a t Ucy JiosMnij the q ual i ilea th ns jVr Kol bosiucs-smen, and will teJl all the neighUrs through the Journal. rKKso.vw.. Mr. Mart, llnmilton, of V'nion City, gave iw a call on last Monday. Jle ha laid aside, the com jNln stick, and taken tip the f?alpe'. We wisli him abundant mere? in reading, and also, w hen he shall have commenced the practice of Medicine. Mart, has changed his place of single Mcfscdncn to the state of matrimonv. llrnsTKi. One of the Hues to the engine on the accommodation train lur ted on bust Tuesday night when the train was near Yorktown. After waiting six mortal hours, the fengers w ere transferred to the night express. . "(Jolly, isn't it pleasant waiting on the rail !" What's in a name?" That Is what Simon Swipes aid Julictt tvkcd. He pAid he found there was omething in atianfc; If Julictt haVl livcvl InAYin- -heler, slie would nothavca-ked that ?illy question, if he had know n Uouth A lUnnistcr aud their drj'gootls store. Swipes said It would do well enough for. a rrctty little mink like Julictt to nk the question, but to him there was omething very powerful in a name. That's what we think a3 to Itouth fc lUnuWer. ! Their namols eonntet with good goods, cheap goods, and an honorable business. , - .. - - Ilten Ti:eat. If any of the lovers t .....oi. .lAipn n ri. Irull vlln l)lfV go to IndianajKjli, let tUein call at Uutterflcld's and examine Iiis fine stock of piano, orgaus and rnolodcon, and buy one, and then mbscrlbo or tho Musical VDitor, and get wm of hU latest X'ublicatioiis of miuic, of which c hä u vcrv laiw jt?ck. nui:i:s irtATT has .fId" hii farm, twT) mile west of (hi pla-eej Uj Nathati Iteei, fr ff,0u0. Wk expe t a great crowd of jn-ople next .Sat unlay at Maver'.s auction. We M-ouIdAdluttiratiot to the de sirable property ofh-red for sa!e by (!'k A. Hinitli, hi tlii- paper. I7ok it up, u.s he will poll on crod terms. .SMITH savs Wav A Stakebake have the lkt tobaco , hi Winchester. To te-d whtthr r ho tells the (ruth, go and try it. Mi Swcetlip pays Smith may Ik? right In hid perverted tn-.te, but there Is te-t Tor a gool thing, and that is found in a cup of coHVe, such as she makes every day, which she gets nt this house. She thinks she known of none superior, and if the lsys do not believe it, they can call and tet her lips oecasionally. Our devil mvs he will call. C'ONi'Kssro.ws. It i sail by the Xe w York Herald that President Johmon proposes to make eonee-ions to Con gress. That no more removals on po litical grounds will 1 o made, and that he will make a recommendation in his mes-age for impartial.. suffrage in the Southern States. When we see these things, then wo jlopo-e to believe them. ' '''t -rr ' (Vm;uKs theet.Von Mon'dfty, (lie .3d day of December. It is thought hy some that an efTort will be made to Impeach President Johnson. ! We will give our attention to this subject in our next. Si:i:i;n aii:. We were very ngreo ablv treated t( a musical erenarle on lat Saturday night by the Winchester llras l'and. We are pleaded to note the great improveriKMit andprolieieuey made by the members linder the in struction of James S. Cottom, who has few Miperior any where its u te:ieher c( iiistrutueulal mu!e. . Mayi:u will kcII ffinic desirable goods at auction on next Saturday, at 1 o'clock, and at night. S.vKirrv Huidm:. The mo-t novel invention of tho nge is the "Safety llridlc," wiich we have just been 'ull ed tijK)U to i xnmiuc. It prevents all accidents by hore. Wl th it the run ning away or kicking of a horse is ut terly impossible. Our time aud sj'ace forbids a description, but tho-e who wih t see this novel invention can do , if they will call on John MeMa han in this place. J. It. (ioodrb h, Clerk of the Cnut, has had one in use for alsut two months, and we learn he would not jKirt with it on any term". Mr. MeMahan lin purchased the rijht of this countv. Ti km'iki: Ki.r:rno. There Mill bean election held in Winchester, on Saturday, tire L'lth of this innlh, for, the ptupo-e of electing the directors and ohieers for the Winchester and ! Deerlield Turnpike Company for the ensuing year.- Stockluddervaud-jnT sons interested are notified to attend. JnllN W. J.VKNACIX, IVeddeUt. lesicAi Willard Stwtll are ; ut justice to all uch, whether man selljng the ('bickering piimos' Kvcry ' nr woman. lady w ho knows any thing about mu-i A Literary Society was organized sic unler?tam!s this to be ooeof tlu ht Friday night in the east m IiooI best pianosmade. It is regarded among house. The pi opects-are very favor musicians like Chitty and li'ackston able to make it an interesting institu are wti l.rAVer. A m in wouldn't be tion. It is hoped that nil the young thought a lawyer if he did not have a ! ladie and gentlemen will participate, practical knowledge of these books; so 1 M that it will be productive of much in the muical worbl with the Chick- I e,ood. The meetings will be held ering piano. (.Jo and get one of their het. Wi: have reeeived several numbers of a very sprightly advertising iicet, j published by I j. (. lynes V Co., at i Imliannpolis, and (iititled "Fvcry; , 1 r, ' , , . A , ,, l I uer-ilav, T iiiimIjiv ami aterda y." it . ' ;. ..... i s a spicv, well gotten up little paper, ; 1 ' . , , , ' ' is eondueted with aoihtv and "vim," i ... , . , , and 1 cireuiaieu unsparingly iree oi charge. We wish our friend .Lon. suc cess in tl ds and any other entorprUe he may undertake. . - ' o! 3 m :n:i Ti 1 1: hi id session of Ir, .Ferris' school opens at the Seminary on next Mondavi 1 We ? trust ' the people" will patronize it. ; Tiiv?e who wish to pre pare for teaching had better take ad vantage of tlds fine opportunity to educate themselves. Go to the auction at Mayer's on Sat unlay afternoon and night for 'great! bargains. Enrr.VTioxAL. There w ill he an educational meeting at the M. E. Church on next Saturday evening. Det the house W filled on that ocvas- j sion. There will probably be several : short addrefso, as matters of general interest will Ik? before the meeting. Parents and guardians arc especially iuvitcd to attend. Bank Koijekky. Jly a letter from Colonel Tom Brady, we arc authorized; bMvvtliat Mr. Wolf has no interest j In the Exchange Bank at Muncie, of ( which we published an account of its; robbery la-t week. We had known the bank as Wolf Baxter's some year s, anl had not been advied of any change,' therefore, rc called it Wolf & Baxter-, , . A Fr.iuxu to Tin: Potato. The brick tiling is the best friend to the potato, for.it prevents them from rot- Bivcr for some time. Times are fiour-ting.- Martin, Kuidtrs & Co. ought to , isldng. Huntsville has gone through U called benefactors, then, for they are manufacturing thousands of it in Whichever, fall and pet vh&t you, want. m Excrn-iioKg. Excursion trains ran from here to MaxvlHe and Union on j Dr.'R. "Ti. Kikenbnrry ha bought the last8atula,. The rst arrietl paap property known as the Collins Ilouso, Tigers' to an oystc'r supper, and the from E. "Lamb, aUat Moore, aiul has other to enable our .fun-lotine young moved Dr. Jobe's office upon the cor folks to visit tho theater at Tnlon. ner. Peyton Johnson and Clifton S. ; Hpc it paid all who went. . , Hunt have opened a new dry g?! Tcuiiiia: Dllvtii. A young son of Xatlian Thoniburg accident ly shot himself at his father's residence, irear Bloom iugsport, on Ia.t Satuday. lie xX'aa attempting to clean his gun, and had place I his foot on the hammer of it, while blowing in the muzzle. His foot lipping oil' the hammer, the gun was discharged, driving its con tents upward through his brain and carrying away the upper part of his head. It nt-pcars that the 1kv did not know the un was loaded. Mltkouic. Wise men of the Ia-t, how i it that j. our shower of meteors didn't come according to programme? The ancient saying, that figures won't lie, has proved a magnificent failure for once at any rate. Cither the fig urt aforesaid made an egregious mis take, or ye wise ones of ye East don't understand vour "biz." The nearest npproaeh to a "starry shower"' in this delectable locality was caused hy the reflection from a "glass concern" in the poM'sion of n benighted star-gazer, who, thinking perhaps, that it was not good to be out by moonlight alone, Mopped in his nocturnal wanderings near the residence of a citizen, in the south part of town, and, In a voice as "soft and pensive" as the melodeous scream of a steam whistle, aroused the denir.ens from their "virtuous couch-tV-by calling out, "(Jet up, ye slapy divcl.s, thesthars are all fallin', by the powers 'o mud!" Hut it was all a mis take the ".-bower" didn't come. We don't know tvhy it was postponed, but presume you 'uns of the Kast have "sold' wcins-of the We-t slightly. "Naught is an naught, a figure is a figure; twi?e four Is six, and carry three is .soven; eighteen is twenty-nine and fourteen '.s eleven. "Ain't that riyhtr But it will take a better mathemati cian than we are to tell within two of how many were "sold." CORRESPONDENCE. FARMLAND, sjH'dal t'orrcioii!iiuc 10 Kar.'Jwlj-h Juurii&l. 'oviikr 'JO, 1SCG. We had quite an excitement nlut shooting on last ßabbatln The par ticulars are as follow., as near as I could get them: A party of four young men, living south of town live or ix miles, rode into town and inquired the w hereabouts of Jof-eph MeXces. In a short time they found him in Mr. CJevcngcr's field, when they pursued and shot at him three times, but did not hit him. Some of our citizens saw the transaction. The diflleulty wus some minor matter of a boy Mi nature, amounting to no o flense what ever. The parties will be immediately arretted and held to mm aeeounf for such improper and unwarrantable con- Uu t' About ten davs ag there was a Ionian entered Dr. J. Bolkins' l,.,u,e . and tole some clothing. She was soon arrested, and the articles ie- turnetl. 1 learn since she was placed in Jail for safe keeping and for an cx- amin: ination in court. All rimht: meet n'gularly every Friday night, at six o'clock. Next meeting the constitu tion and by-laws will he adopted. There will Ik? discussions by Dr. Moore, llenfiing and others. -Ti'tliTii Mni'V ii rl'i i'linir iti tu'H. . . ., " . , t . . u storv building, and expects to have it , . . . finKied In a .hört time. The first . . . . ... , storv is for a tin store, und the second , . , ,, Is to be used for a hall. The Trustees are also progressing finely with the meeting-house. It is hoped they will get it finished before cold weather commence". Moxtickm.o. FARMLAND. Freflal Corren'ofidenca t HanJ.-!j!i Jurnl. OTIMBtll 19, 1PC5. We are putting on airs here. I mean city airs. We have fights, horse races, shooting afirays, &c. On the 18th inst. we had a very amusing and exciting horse rare. Great interest was felt in the race, probably in view of the entries to be made at the next fair. I could not Uarn whether any money was lost or woll These races are very inteivsting. t xvish von would devote a corner of your paper to .-porting and fun. Jkkk Boam, We got our almanac nnd found the lth inst. to K' Sumby. We trust nint irre i lJim u mistaken in the tlme j,cin?r tll0 as wc thin ilorsc racing j nono (f tie Kvt on w eek llays iVe never tliought in weh of mi; at the fair. If voti arc wromr in the time, please let us know. Weat River Township. $j'cU! Corrcjonlnc I-- ITtntlvlfh Joartil. IliSTviiti. Sor. 19, We have heard no sound from We-t a general renovation; old houses have been re-roofed, and pome new ones built. Dan. Cropper has improved his property by building a new stable and ndlk-houvm and kitchen. Mrs. Fuson ' has built an addition to her dwelling. store, and the Keener brothers have sold out to It. K.' Mills and Ji X. Croj ler, the firm is v.ow Mills k Cropper. W. S. Stirling has bought the railroad property on the north-east corner of Main and Central streets, and is repair ing and fitting ncrr dwelling rooms in it has moved in and will open a hotel.- He has rented his property in the north-east part of town to Ii. K. Mills, w ho will take possession in a few days. HuntfVille is looking up. We are going to have a turnpike from I lagers town by this time ircxt year, without a 'doubt We liad a very respectable street fight in town the other day, if ever a thing of that kind id got ten up respec tably. The temperance cnu'ser Is in a flour ishing cndiMofi. We have thorough working orders of Sons and (iood Tcmpla rs. The house of Dr. Botkin, near Fn ionsport, was entered on the 11th hist., and robbed of between $V) and $60 worth of clothing. The thief was a girl 10 or 17 years old. She was pur sued and overtaken K-low Farmland, on the night of the same day, und was found lying "-ii the bare cold ground, without any covering. She was taken back to Dr. Bot kin's, tho clothing re covered, and she was released, hoping that gentle treatment would reclaim her sooner than the penalties of the law. ;..': 7' ' : Our schools are all taken. They are occupied as follows: No. 1; Miss Loofborough, of Jay county; No. 2,'Mtes I.edbettcr, of Wayne county; No. J. X. Cropper; No. 4,(J. A. It. Ilulton, of North Caro lina; No. o, Miss Sallie K. Johnson of! Wayne county; No. C, J. W. Butler; No. 7, Miss Denny; No. 8, A. II. Far quhar; No. U, Orlando Marshall, of Wayne county; No. 10, Dudly Barrett; No. 11, Miss Mollie E. Bo wen, of Wayne county; No. 12, Miss Doeia C. Butler. Tvi:aic. Selmiupkei's Hitoij of the War. A few l.iys pinco wc had the pleasure to cxnniine Dr; Sc!imuckcr' work, and find it a book for the times, profutly unJ lcn idljr illustr;itod. We predict lor tlii work a wonderful poptdaritr, br an able aufjior, connecting as it does the 'thrillia? hicidiuU of the imr with the heroca of our Lomes rnd hc.irtM. It should fiud a jdace in cvtrjr libmrr and upon every tuble. It contaius besides a full and complete history of the p;nt trudle to put down the great rebe lion, the C1U.SCS which g ive rise to the war, reaching back 9 fr a the year lll. Nu- mcrous beautiful aud finely executed itel J pi ate enravlngj and wood cuts, represent ing battle scene and naval engagement. Kvcry one who desire to be thoroughly pout ed on tins great era in our history should subscribe the first opportunity. A. 'niitJi, or one of'his figcutswill nil npon our citizen with the ubove work nnd düri t stibscrii)crs, and we nre sure every one of our readers will at once order a copy of Mr. .Smith, general agent for Central Ohio, Itimlolph and Wayne Co'intien, Indiana. P. S. If the Mgent fails to call upon any person who wishes the work, he can obtain it by addressing him at Quincr, Ohio. nlG wi.chi:sti:ii .tiAKKirr. Flour, per l')3 Ins $t 00 Wheat old, per bubel 2 äo Corn, per bushel ,() O-its, per bushel 2. R irley, ntr buthel Q Flax Seid oo-, li t v per ton 1U (U Wood, per eord '. . . .3 00 Uutter, yellow 2.1 I'u'? a:, Feathers (;.", H4gs, cotton 4 Wool ;..4(1 to Ü0 Dried Apples, per lb 15 STKANCi:, BIT TRI rr. Every young lady and gentleman In the Unite! States can hear something' ver? much to their adrantage by return mail (free of ch.irpe,) br itlJrc;in the uiidt-rnigned. Titose having fears of bcin: huDburgcl will oblige by not noticing tliis caisi. All othera will pleae addns tlieir oitedicnt servant, Til OS. V. CH A I'M AN, f-31 Broadway, New York, March 8, lfeOT,. 36-1 v A T M I N I ST IlATOIf.SS A J. C . Jfotiee is hop-br r'ven tluil the underv'enefl, Artfnliistra.or of the Folate of Jolm S. .MilU, do ceaoil, win oflv-r Mr ul r ul.lic au ti..n, at hü law resi lenct of Said ffeo:ic., in Mfny (rt'tk Towuhip, IJanJnlj.h Count j, Indiana, n Frl.lay. thi ytli 'lay tf .N.voru!fr, IW, llio j-er-sonal i roperlyof s.-ti.l etato, (n.it taken by ih willow) crtniiine llorw, Tattte, SJ)j, llr.g. ern, Wh:it, Oat!, Hay, l f. Won, llariu'ii. and Kuriulnj linplciiu-iits.and of bona hoM nn-l k it( lieu f Jruilure . Sale to betiu al 10 oVlrtck A. M. 'I KKMS Sum of euee dollar an.l nndei.rsnh; over three dollars, a credit of ix month will btf pivn, the paretiaar RiTlnr r.oie at intrrct, naivln valtialiwn and apf.r:iU;ini'iit In w. itli g.M.jMvurUj. ÜLIAS F. MAI LIDAV. iC-3l Adtninlttrator. niuoits or yoi'tii. A reritlemin ho stitfcrvd for years from "erveus Debility, Ftrm.iture Decay, and nil the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the ake of sufTeriu? hnra mity, send t'rc to all who need it, therecipe nnd direc tions for making the eimplc remedy tj which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so bv addressing JOHN R. OCDKN'. "o. 11 Chambri bt., New York March 8, m. 36-1 Notice to Teachers. Vr PLICA NTS FOR M C K NSK TO TKACJI SCHOOL, WILL RK EX A.MINKI) ON THE LAST SATURDAY IN EACH MONTH. AT THE NEW IiRICK SCHOOL I10CSE, V;iNClIES TER. J. C. BRICE, Examlwr, RavJolph County. NOTin: or a r point .11 r.NT. Notice i hereby piven that tht undernrned Ki Ix-on a I'l'ol iiled adniiiUtra!r l tho etlate of Lewis Michael. decen.-d. late of Kandolph Countv. 1 he etUtO i rroNa1.lv n.dvent. n.o-3t . LH.N MICII.U.L,.ira'r. APPLICATION FOR MCl:N!n. Notice hereby plrer. to -. rit'7-r of A"h!?a Hirer Townhip". that I, Adm lllrscb, of th town ol t iic heater, Handolph Cogntj, Mate of Indiana, aball apply at the next Wm of'the B.ard of Cooi.ty rommisaioiier. d un; tualnets for ti l couiiIt, iv be held at the Court -Juu to aaid V.'inchest-'r, 00 tho Br.t Monday In December et,f.,r the purpose, oUiJu uul license to r tail IntoTtcat n; M r.or. In juaatlu thaa en quart at a time, avl suSer tfce ante tö Vodrank on my premises or in uxy aiiuate on fn-lot X'o.3, tat Front, eorner of Mal and Vahlnfr Von streets, la tha a&il town of Thehetr, Wbtte Hirer Township, IUlwlph Coantr, and Stata of In liaaa, AiA 4 11 1 K5 C .No.. !f. Ll? it VI .. 1 f.i.i. . t . . w I . ncni Liimc Agricy in timcuciitr I). M. Bradbury, Real Estate Agent, oflers at a great bargain the following real rotate, ialUndolph couoty; One hundred 'and sixty 'acres i"m proved land near Winchester. One hundred and sixtv acro-s Im proved lanI near Huntsville. Eighty-five acres of wood land, In Grecrfs Fort: Township. ' Eighty aars uinfer cuJUvation in (Jreen's Fork Township. Thirty-five acres under cultl ration f near Morristown, Seventy acres fouy ruiles west of Winehstcr, House ami lot in Winchester. Twenty-five vacant IoU In Win ehester. nIS-Om to sciiooi, Ti:.rnr.Rs. Nolle I hereby n that an xnrinceJ p"r on, q ti a I i SI o 1 In the tuiinf of School Tfahiii; and ihar 6rnfr!it U'i;M fa tonamon elvoU, it w.vi t-lln ilia JUlrtcl adjacent t- tt !wti of W nCs,r m I't 'il'u Auf ptron di'airliijr puilHii f tu' L'hfu(ir. Iii la iuak a iilicaliou at ivou a totbte to S. 0. IRVI.X. Pircrlor A School li; let 5o l. "omhr 1, lsi. nU-5t LANTHÜRN 8c WHITE, Wboteialtf aad Hftail Booksellers and Stationers, No. fu .Main Street, mril.MOM), ... - INDIANA. INDIANAPOLIS. Werden it Sumwalt have a nice and complete a stock -of Hooks, Stationery, Photograph Alhunis, Gold Pens, Pupcr Hangings. iVc, as can he found in the city, and custo mers are treated with such courtesy and politeness as to render it a real pleasure to trado there. Give them a call. Home Miitor. Headquarters lor Medical Books, Gold Pens, Wall and Windovr PapeV, Shades, Ac, nt Werden Sr Sumwalt's No. 4J6, Kast Washington Street, op posite Glenn's Hloek. Wc would cordially recommend Me rs. Werden Ac Sumwalt, successors to Warden k Co. A Dooksellcra and dealers in Wall Taper, as desirable parties for our peo ple to trade with. Tbey ha all kinda of Uooks, Albums, Fhotojrrsphr of all the popular Generals, (Sold Pens, Pocket Books, rUutiooarr, iic. Their business iplae is opponite (ilenn's hlock. ; l ,. . EEMOYED! J. A. UUTTEItFIKLD k CO., WBll4tl AM RaT4ll. DEALERS IN MUSIC, INDIANAPOLIS, IND., bvi ataora t Itrou niiis Je Slonn't Old 8tand, Xo. 22 Wr.sT Washington' St.. - r ' k ? V ' v i Where tbey will be fund ready to attend to old customers, and al many new obts as will favor thaiu with a call. (Tlieyare a recelrlpj; datly from te Fast a large ar?rtBt)fit of riANOS, -OEGAKS, Violins, Accordeona, &c, Tiir.Y always nrcnivn Tin: LATEST MI'SIC AS SOON AS PUIILISIILD, And promjJfy forward to any addrtts on r-rr-y qf the inarkrt )ricr. JT7For any Hook, er peca of Mosif, r any ! thir.f m the mntlc line, address j. a. nrrrnnricLD l co.t wir-tr -. " "' rf1atispill!a4!aaa. ,UR. ö. G. STAFFORD, i rhysicinn nnd Surjcon, TmJfri profltlonaI $rrU Ut lie clt.f-n cf PAP.ML.15D ANOfURHOCNDiriG CüUTT. n flrea -rcfal alttrtmn to .fttiiM f h 4rtiv tr im. I'alU rwui-Cy atje.1"-l l. J.A.Riiraiu . L- Xtiu. KIEFER 4 .11 TER V, Whol) oowFECTioisriina, No. it M at,fichu(Ctts Avenue, INDIANAPOLIS, I.M). J30rJr from a litUaip j-romplly fllc4.T2 .oH-im I WINCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL I Will open at the Seminary and North Watd j hoosoe Monlty, Sjjte m'jer 3, 1?(X, tUJ :ontinue tenhreeks. TU1TI0K f ER TERM; Orthogrsphy, First, Second, Third Hra.ler, aud Firt, Mcutal Arilh metic .1 Ot; Mental Arlthraetio, fil part.) Writing, Fourth Rtadrr and I'rimarT Geogra phy........ 00 Written and Higher Mental Arith- " BM-tic, Geoerat'tir. Ciicliah tram ' mar, sod Modern History 6 00 . Alje.br. Fart 1st, Klfiuer.ts of .Nat- . ' ural Philoaofthy and Fhysiolugy. . . .. 7 00 Uiguer autnematic ana iioiiau Branches 3 CO Incidental Fees 0 Book-keeping, single and double entry, will be taught. Tuition payable at the middle of the term. No deduction for abisnce, except in eases of protracted airkness. August 20, U66. J. ft. FEKRI. NEW GOODS -A.T NO. 7 CoiiMiMtin in Part, of Dress Gooils, . : Muslins, .; ; IVotions, Hoots and Shoes, ' Cotton Yarn, Hats and Caps , , Quecnswarc, Groeoriee, Lamps, Coal OH, tc, fec. CALL AND ETA 311 NT. OUIt STOCK. JTtf J. L R. B. MORROW. TO THE PEOPLE OF RANDOLPH COUNTY, I Iw-fftaaT t ti.fvrmWoa tht 1 hare Jn.t re turned from tu fit, what 1 bought a larp stock Of DRY GOODS! AND NOTIONS, Vhlsh 1 irr !o sH as cheap If no eheapar tlmn tu other Lous 1b ttt aountr. - -Mr alock f- Drcae Coods and NotionO Caot be bta tn this part r the country. I kara lb lateat stock f if R ESS TRIMM M.VGS. Bradley4B Duples Elliptic Skirt. . CLOTIIIXO AT COST! Call at No. 2 Lock' Rnlldinc, nnd test the troth of w hnl I my. 4 43 M. MATRR. S90 A MONTH ! A0ENT8 wanted for tlx tntirtly trw mrtieUt, iut out. Addrea O. T. G .VP E F, City bulldiap, Biddeford, Me. It Win 1 $1.500 PER YEAR. We want averts errThreto tell our IVMtOTtD SCO Ftaiu-..M;tliiie. Tl.ree new kinds. Uudtr tod ti;ir feed. Wr raated fire year. AbOTe Salary or lrje conml9tons paid. The o-tt inachiaes o!d which ar fully littd hy fhve, WlrtUr V VsIm, f'reer V Hakrr, Singer $ Co., nd Uaek'lntr. AlZother taacLiues art im fritt$emtnt$ and tie e JJr or ut are UahU tt arrt$t,jine mnd imfrittitment. I!lu.trA-? tel circular sent fret. Addre-a, or cull i;r- 1 a a a arx. ... . OB miW K t-Itrt. ..!frr.1 M i ciitci-o, Illinois. ; . .... . ' " ..ayj,.y. Tili: ?Ii;sjCAL IsiTtR: 'intiJ firili'Yil t!i-f.i!tn .V' 'Jul Jlitint! l.ifni(in-t . I.wl on the ßif f i rA ),",? ft, ht J. A. Hui'crjirUi & Co., bl lU'ti'jJi In- Tl. ra-vral leilr cr-ntatra eirh tn-Mitb. a Mnttal siotr; a eicuiN't rrrrj wf Mujctl Nf, at home iu 1 alroad; a moHtbl. I.al'fi'.aof IScw Mtii- an t i'"k; from t!.rte t. loaf wf cawir Nrw Music, vo al ai d ifcAiruuuutal. yrp ire4 with c.,''fti4l rt(rnce f-r ue in tu 1iii cirtle, ('it!i. in each tiuc'irr, fru t 40 cent.) ti is artulis iu UJ' f'cal t-pirji ol intert t' rK'iitrr, tn itr m I a J.ila, ä !ttd JK I prirnrv l fwr MS CülaB'.lii 4 L k 11 . One co:t. it r ai.nuüi, iu aJvaete, .f f sis. t-uisi, ' yf.y T.11, 4 "4 !0 Twenty M M M Hack ?..fr.,ir nirlif ! Ad !ri, J. A. Ll'T'l EH FIELD i to., 4'tf In iltnaj-!!, Ind. TO Cl.Sl'JlPTn LS. Tlie adverter, having rc rr ti red to health in a IYw werk lv a very iwplsrrm edjr, alter havini it!rrrd furmral yar with ifm lens afltctlon, nnd that Jr J dijiCiiM, C)Cuiuti)n i ataiou tu make known to hi ft iiuw -M.lTt 1 1 1 l I i-tiv an v( cure.. , ; To a11 vlio des're It, le will nd a copy tf the pr jäCiij dion t;.i d (free of cLarp i , (wr.h the dirrrtitMis for preparing aud i:iu; th" .tmf , u h'u h they will rlf d .t St 1 Ct zt for lnfiff!pr!ci, Athm, TroniSifi, Cold,' t I nil Thront nt d Lunj Affei-ron. The ot.ly ol jiet of the advtrti. r in audinj the f rrarrit lion is. to biu lit the .t,ictil, aud a;eud information whuh he ctttttivia to b irjvaluahle, aud he hopr" every Mitlrr er will try his rt niedy, u it will coat tin in tic tiling, fttal miy prote a Lit ei'ifi,'. rrtic i!üu the prtf cri; tiuu, raaa, hjr return nnil, will pleae ad.ln Hv. KDWAltO A. WIION, Williim-htirsh. Klns Co., New York. March b, 1Mb. 3.f . FURNITURE. i.r..M;i:iisi)oitri:it 1. m 4 Mt rat 1 1 a i' a s or FURNITURE & CHAIRS. rcr5ons wishing to purchaat Good and Substantial Furniture, Will pUae plre us a call, a we are that you will Uc fAltsfied, nnd that you ma not better yoi.ravlrta any where elf. "V keepconi-taiitly oa hand a;oud assort men t t CÜ1MJÜAUPS, HAFKS, T A II I. K K , IlLDSTIIAPS, l o u k a K e. CI1AIII?, STANDS, SOFAS. CKNTKR N D DINING TABLES. . r.tc, tp. r.tc COME OXE! COME ALL! And see or tock before purchasing cJm whrro Kant nid of 1'uhlic Square. Winrlii'xter. ImI. . ,,, r3-19 nC PRATT A llt'TriIEn CELEBRATED' MAGIC OIL, "Warranted In fasei cf Rheumatlara, yeurlgV, EruK or Tuina. II' The Best and Cheapest Ilorso and Cattt: 31cdltlnc In the World! Ul thnntyhoMt the X'nUrd Snh und Cms 0 tula during Me Umt X3 ymra, lor the cure of tho various IMwanaea V clikfc Ilorsf-a Mid t Vit tie urt nut. I ort; wich M ; Founder, Distemper, HMelWianA, i f4 Appe'lte, Iuward Strata, 'iell-rw' Wut r, Flstnl.t, IVII Etil, Bcrr.tehea or ;JF ' Orae, IManc Inflmnmatlon tt thw Kje and futlRU from Harrt Llor; aliso, UheuuiatlMii, (coinmonljr crUkal ftln comp'ntnt vtrhleh jTores faUl Ki ati XAAuy -aJubl homi In Ulla coaoti'j'- m ? ' - r-' ,m ÄS5srSlVÄ5?tr SLOAN'S COKDITIOFI POWDER IIm th lr;ft nl-cfany II -r ar4 Otft'.a 1-!V l!n!a this c.antrjr. It Uoomp-4 itht-tUm r m4 tit milJna-a, atMy. racUiut Wil Sl..wn:Wa tan-la pr-mliientlj a l Iii Lo4 cf tL UA Ji and OKV ßf"Uns. ' ' It ouTixa iiTT all icm liawwws. twr4s b"ra lr-Q ncominj; litt T I HxnAenng. nT ih tha Wand, ' the sktru an I Rites ft a sniti an 1 (""7 appax rUaoafi the wa.ur an 4. at ran t ana mvmrt 1hf iy. It ltklMtMfcM4cMUui ramj A sS u4 colJ,which garata M xaanj fiti dca, gf.y . 1 itr i'U with aa aiatirii! i riu . w t d'j m .v - - r-- , . . - . tf fv1-not U r.fJte Lr Utttii b'"" I at lo lp ilar mf laUa, aa4 aa SLOAZi'S CONDITION POWDERS two a wk, a Urs """ B1,y V!2l fmllt ari rn. It carrl- off all few 4 b7 t aaaC tk M aid. TlaafTcct I sa ttjrlt tt It s rHiaMaUwUtt fiowataKk. Tli f-"ru.-r i tif'r.r-L U t ar i,1hVimi wrrftioa .f fcln iondlllon l owdsr.k. proraotin tk 4rn of fcU abaop ai4 pr"a0 gfioj iLa disea- tba dmtqfl aniaaola Mf A f-rty ent p.ka t.f MoianNs 0adlilQ Pavilrr sat lnla trral of rUl U 14 thmm 1mL-I nt rjrn U tAn a 60. an-j u a awa tlra rj U- ChoW BtU X CW aa paMf forifHt axikUDg as CAVTIO.V 7- rrUrt mnir4 aaJ CK b& frem Ufn? L05 H cpofi l j wOm mtaM, im caaa 3! li tKa fit araWU aifBMU 4 tkJ aua 00 tLa vrtfatr, -. ' 5 TRicjs 1 k w cxa. m picxiat t- Tor a-üa br DrmrrUta al IarohaAta 1 )m(SV r 1 " jBMt IrTTleoea, Owwo CX "rawt bti. i - Sold nt VhoIeflj by . . , joitv v. riij. Chiviana:', O At Kcttii! W 3 . r. Hirsii. aaj ritr.K k mtt.i, ' ' 'j-'.f r, it na,