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TltnSTVW. JANVAUV n, 1
roll PRESIDENT IX Hi,
GEORGE H. THOMAS. ..
Major Ccnoral U. S. Army.
Tili: ONsTlTITlON At. AULND-
t;,v,n.or. of tho No.thr'rn
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Th
S f n t . a r
t, comm. ...Mn- Ih- .vl .tion of thr ;
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'iM'iinii iiii ii .inii ii'iiii' in .ii.i i ii.i-i
hvn hi-n!tin'ivri V tt ! hvfvrry rt hrl
Sr-iM-. 1r ill T.i.i'iy ! iirjrnl ly
-n'mr that flu' oii!fn rn Staff' v.iil n-
nri-pJiT f 1 1 i r .".i-f ion in tliN j irl ifiifar.
Wi ll, -aj.i-.-" iIk'.v whnt :irr 1h,ir
nn"oii- for a ri i-iii-i'!Ta:i itt. Thry
arr fotni.l in tin fu-f tliat tliry .in
jinnni-rd itn MM'llat- alnii"-i'n; 1nt
thi-y nl-o have th- aur:inrr that tin
SiiiH'inr ( 'oiirt will ili i-iili' thN aii'.rnd
nn rit unrontiftiti nal, for tin' reason
tli.it thr-i' ro1 l Stati- ha! no voire in
l.re-M-ntiuir It to tie State., mi'! tint it
wru adojitrd hy the-e fn!irrtlt states
under ilure"., with, j.rohtihly, tlie furth
er reason tliat they were not .uhniltted
to tho l'rei'lent f.r hi. ipjrnval or rr
j tioii. Wltli tlies,. .i-4unm r. from a
rorript anl ve:i;-l Sujiretiie Court thoy
will adoj't thriii.
Our vniri; In tlii- matter i nn only
n-arli a Very few who ran a-Nt iu
roiitrooln? thi. matter, hut we :iy to
ihein, vote a t!n-t the adojtion of the
foiititufional Amendment. Tor with
a' rorrupt Supreme Court, and Andy
.John -on n. President, it will In 1'
remedy for exl'tin4 or future evil. It
will tu no pmfi etion to tin loyal peo
ple of the South, nor will It I a ;;uar
anfee to the North. It will l m ply
tnni loe iimii the nation thousand. f
ljyena. who wi'mld nh the grave of
tlie loval dead, who not only .leep on
Southern o, hut would despoil tho.e
wlileh are found dottlnir the hroad ex
pan.eof the irloriotH North.
It may le ;fked If we did not favor
the (YiititutionaJniendment U foie
the late cle tion, au I if wu ate not
plod,'el to theSiuth to admit them hi
repre.rntatlon if they adopt the. s4in
n.i In the ran of TeuiHvwe? We an
swer that we X i I favor it, and pledged
the South that Tenur.t v liould he a
preveih'iit;, l'lt the SiUlth jvjevteil I he
Aiurudiuent, Jindthat ii lea-e. u. from
ilielond;iind if they hadaeeitled Jo the
pnpwitioii, at Tenue...ee liil, thru we
should have Ui-ii in favor of making
1
the artion on that State a piee 'dent;
, .1... ..'oi.
1 k ioiu a-i id ii h kMJk lik flrttt fliiit I ( 1 1
,n . ., y , .
all who favor making the actum of(
Congress iu tliK In-tatife, a guide for
future. conduct. ' We are in' favor of
the knlfn to rut tin cancrr out of the
Imtly MitititT, ami Khali treat tho pla-ter
and ointwent ruren' pimply a crime
against the govrruineiit und the loyal
people, of thi! South. Let the Legi-la-tun
of Jintiana reject thu Amendment
anil ilomnnd tlut .tkfse insurgent
State. hIi.i II have I'eptihlleau govern.
inent. given them hy the loyal people
of the Smith, nnd under those govern
ment1lo IMftll shall vote or hold otliee
for n srrie of year, who have aldnl in
the rclrcllion. ThN 1. the only safe
rcrmily for the rure and prevention of
tho reMllou-. spirit.
Y nj not opposed to tin' principle,
of fhe4Coiititutronal Amendment; on
the contrary, we think them light. If
Mfluvvny ohjfctioii to them at all it h
l-t-vai-H vf their leniency. And the
reason that Nje would ntOv urgei.thuir
rejection hy the ex-relnd State, in a
spirit of madness. We should now
like to see them treatetl to their right,
midcr.the Constitution: hanging the
np:'U and conhVatiiig their property.
WHY AM. NHOhU) LAIlOIt.
4I hate thin work," 'said .liniuiy
IVtcr-onv day.to hiiiisi'lf. "lis hoc
and chop, and chop and hoe, and I
nevcr.et any. thing for it. Here I've
lieciV doing thi. thing for father for
three summer., and he never ha. paid
mca ent. I vlh T wa." n man, then
father might get hi. work done the
lie-t lie muM."
Hoys, how often lmve yoti Maid this
fain thing; how many times have
you rcUdlod aifuinst this work. Did
you ever think why you should work?
U-t
et UHglve you a few reasons why
vs should work, and they will hold ,
pwlly gootl why girlsshoüld work,
IS
Firt, it MyhUir that we honestly
get la'äd to eat and clothes to w ear.
Second, hy 'Ialnr your father, are cn
ahletl to produce more than enough for
thrtn .rive, and family to aintver pre.
irt demand.; therefore, some can te
hid up fur the winter of life, vrhleh i.
ol4 und If any of these Mores
. slvoul.l ht left it will go to tho children.
The hu.y Ue. lay up for w inter, when
lmnry van nut ht gathorcd. Thi.
vrisijuni shall nu n exhihit h'H. sense
than in.ect; rrruinlr not. Third, for
teu vi' ir of your 4hi!dhood your fath
er and tuöthcr la! Hired furyoi pmtiit
t tl yoii, and taught you; therefore, as a
detit of gratitude to them you should
Mork, if for no other reason. I't us
ouht what u ow e j'our parent, pe
cuniarily for tiles.. tfn yciir., at three
dollar j r week, and thN J. very low
for li Kinl and clothes: ymi woiildlein
dehtcd Sl.ri. Thl would rcipiire ten
yt-Kr to vy at er xvar.
Then when von werinuill thov rar-
riel you In their arm for tm year;
whtnr iMi'k they watch nl over -our
tender furin. Hut there i a higher
liioÜT tliuii a iecuniarv one whv you
. .
shoulil work: The love you Uar fr
tlutu wo4iU.hand thi.. Fourth, if
you xrUl heathy, -mi should la-
. -
"r.; V tirtur divelomnunt of tlu
. .
- , i
p)iTscaI .gui4tiuti iuakeUlorius-.
,.ort The luhi.l xv.1,,1.1 .1 .1- .1
..4t.?.. t'i..-- .,.. . .
wiifcoui iiiis j.y, i ivrc fcn-i!iu.j:itjt in
. i . ...1 l . ...' r . : i ' ' ' ' '
Ihi. re-ipiH-t 'w.uiId teach ;us'iv;rMc-'
-ityijrüjor,4sallJe;iretoLi.;tealthv,
s vsmiXK 1 t-
I'ilth, lion .r d"tnme!s Iilfr. No rum f
or woman ran lit. ike an Iione-t living I
without hone lah-.r, cltherphysieally 1
. . .. ... . . !
or mcnmiiv wiHiom if wcnrf mi M'i"
. !
living oil th h-irity of others dis-
; hone-tly JiM-'tiu tin hard earnin;;. of,
who I l.i'nr.
Theo iiiv -oiiH of th" re.tson. why
j I toy a 1 1 I girl, should l.th r, anl ! a--!
-urvl all j:onl inji ninl WMin u will
; ... .. r . .. r... t, ,
II 1 llll till II. 1 I ' . NI U l.ll"'l
'hononM.. ,hv,-!W only In 11...
...!.. i . . r ?... ;i . i. .... r ..... .1 ... i
,Iir - n'"1 -No ,ni" ,',u' n !
I I'lv j a --IriiU"' I to : !.:iu i at woi k.
IltHV IIVDI.V U i: rri.h!
I! mdolplr Journal h.n
v uIiviiIkmI in the lii'lv of m
III!" II lil'I'M!' I .IOII 11.11 !. i..-'-n
i i I I I ...I., r. .in;
il ti v ahvirU'd 111 the dud of imhlie
'!... I . .. . I .1 ..I . t....v....t t... . I. .....
:.u I lw, r.-ived t hoit thu name of j
(h lieral Tnonia, a randidafr lor ,
I'n-ldenf, m l... It i. expeete! mat ;
(traut, Jt'itlrr, MiiTiuan, miiI oiner 11s-
nit 111N will U- a-totii-hiHl whrii they
huir from Soi-kuiu. Hirnu'tiul T1
!''"'' j 3SoMtrrm.i Nkw.-Ijuhc Love Jias
That', a sockdollaij' from the ham ' ojn.ued a hop wot of the Ameriean
IJ-puhliritn paK r from Wayne eounty. . llmw, for the i'epaintiug of old 1'urui
Now we did not expert to plra t he ' t uro, ihJ! mid s-eltim; awsj he will
T lcram; if we had we should have j aIo ko.'p furniture on hand forsale;he
named .Ie-e ). Ilriht, or some otlw r ntal; . -ai'dfii, yard and Held v.ate..
eoppiThead. Of c:ur..e we feel very (iive him it rail, he will make your
hadly over sadi a Mpielrher from a j hed-tcads, tahle, rhair.., and other
irrvat pile of irrf v,l!iu Wood. Please j furniture Iook like new if you will pass
d iii't, Mr. Teh 'r:i m, hla.t the hopes of it through hi., l.auth. Jlis eharges ;tre
tjie Journal olliee, and the fair fame of j moderate.
the hrave.-t of t'nion (Jeneral... If! . .
I. .l i I
iavi not sunt the OCnera a eony .
of your paper containing the ahove, i
don't d i it, he would fe. l xi hauly. )
. e
Tnr: Jv.'oning ( I ii'tfe, of Indian ip-;
on. expre.es fra.s ot f lencr at I noma..
' 1 t , . ., I
who not only expie--ed the same, hut j
at the hattlr-4 of Mitrfrrrshuro, -Chieka- !
... mi. ;..i. iN.i,... v... i .;u.. .it.,1 i
in 1 1 . ,. ii itti iiimi , .ih-iii im, in 1 1
other place., gave positive i-vdem-e of
their fears liv running from him. It -
i. true, (Jeneral Thonvi. ha. made no
huueomhe specelie.; h it we think hi. j
act. ami order, give the he.t evMcijce
of what hi. priindple. are. The Ii ul
.i....rp .....in
H11I"'MH"WI I lillirTl' MI.lMI UIVIIIi ;
and te-difv their eonti.h nee in him
hv presenting him with ag dd medal
f,;r lit. servtee. In iVoteeting tho loval
p(ople of Tennessee. Itesiiles, you
nee no demon. (ration, iu his favor hy
rchel. or eoperhead.. We would a.k
the ( Jazette to point out a single In
stance In which he ever faltered or
falh-d to do hi. duty to tho government
or people.
!.
i.!iri:.cinir.NT.
rhesuhject ff Impeaching the Pre
. , ,
Ident I.
.
on-re-;
occupying the "attention of
hut It dors not inert with
iilrU faVor VfM xvitji ,q,l)1(.anM
1
sirrn:.t;i: inr.i..
The President Vrtord the District of
Cohnnhia Sullrage Hill. The Pill wa.
then pa.! over the veto In tlie Sen
ate, hy a vote of ii.) to li); in the Hou-o
hy a vote ll.t to ::s. This, then, gives
tho negroes the right to Vote in the
District of ColumMa.
Soitiii:i:n newspaper., a. a I so
the copjHihtad pres., with the ene
hors' Jiulges and .sympathizer., with
treu .on areju.-t now turning ('on.-titu-tiou
lawyers, and pronouncing Con
gress an unctui.ditutional Inwly. '),
ye fool., and hliml guides!"
LOCAL NEWS.
To DAY the LegMrelure of Indiana
meets.
.Tin: Commissioners hold a s)wcial
session on the .'1st day of tills month.
Foil cheap good go to H. Wigg. A
Co'...
.
Tu f. Odd Kellows had a supper on
Monday night at their Hall in thi.
place.
Ik you have a looking-gla. frame
without glass, take it to llirsh's drug
and lion!; store ami have one put iu.
Tm'U'st of groceries always kept hy
Iliatt Kinnear.
A vnuv fine snow is on the ground,
ami tho merry hell, are heard in every
direction. We hope no one will think
u. personal If Me say we love sue h .
i
music on moon-Ilght night:'.
Hi: vs. Cajiiuuxini hXiTi.', tf the i
PresJ.vteri.n Church, will holda serie. !
of iiwvtinzs in thi. place, lieginnhi
on Thursday ovenim;, the 17th lust.
tScr-loe. will conunenceat the M. 1'..
Church. All are inviteil to attend.
rr Z rtrrr TT ,.. I
rilK editor of the ( anihndge Mir- j
r ha. had a hucket of "sour crout" !
ror
,
Uo must have ate it jiM hefoiv he
ju-
Mid he hoped to record twenty-six
death, thi. year in Camhridge.
T:. co flee and sugar at Way's,
cheap for ca-h.
lx . j-t rolling around town, go into
tho .gvoccry 4ure uf Thomas .fon,
and get supplied with food thing..
Kr.PiiK-lJmiuiiYMPr.Kijor ltush-
vilje, Indimu.v ill preach .1 at :tho !
ClutiaiLiUin h,.in AVjndK-s.ler, on k
Satunlav. and Saturday night, Sunday
I w I.... t I... 1 !, fiml l'Jfli
iio'i 1 iiii'iiii iiiin, mV ...1. '"i.,in. 1 noeeo, nil-iiournai omce na. necn
instants, lie is an old aud ahle preach- receiving sonic evidence, too, of the
f , 1 r m it 1 1.. - '.
er of the gospel. t ... favors of the people. AN e feel very
. ' . 7 . .
. fön hasket.. tulH. hurn. and half
' .
I'Uslnl ine.i.Miref, go to
mm. M-mm, I
lilftlt iv J!n - '
near'.s.
A iiTrn; "from IV 1 Tii"-.. of
. ... . ,.
3Iounl City. Kan.a.. received hero on i
t . i' i ..-ri i i
last 1-n lay, says: " There has hcen no .
(.liUwil,(LrlM m -
f ;,-"r i r t 7 ?
Tilmiiir 44 ri 1 1 n ir t Ii urn i j mi ion in Ilm
t.li.v ..... ...v.. . - .... .... u.V. ,
tre ltn. lICll COUUtry WOUM llOt
' . ' - . . . . . ... ;
-oi ou, m, -,.,. br. ,i,i locv i.KC
to Uate tno well.
' Koi: cheap print" gv to It. Wjgs J
.C'o's. I
What i. tho riddleof riddle--? Life,
ftrr c have "In give it iiji."
. ........ ii. t 1 'z t-
MrMMOM ll iiiru'H at K. Wizz ft .
, ,
-'o -.
Hi.
n . r
iiiomas iiiCiniKT'ii
tin - S-n;itr, -md K. L. Watson, Iv-.j.,
i iim iiiI ht of the H't:ir, from thisroun-
ty, l.ftf.r Iniliaiiaili- on la.-t Tue-
I
lay fvonini:
(;o: of fur. at H. Wi- !
Co's.
liiiTo liirsir.- ijrur und I took torr
and ..-.r hi. tinr n k of roal oil lam
and lantern..
JlüM'ivrn. Knit l.rnwn hns re-
, , , . . , - ., -.,
niovrd hh Iiarlier hop fro n the httle,
1 '
eramped - up room on the south side of
the Mjuare to tlie lare and ronifort-
a,j(. r,M,ni oVrr tM & a,nicr's.
)!e riMim ovrr lioutli t Hantiitcr's.
CitKAi' hosiery at It. Witrirs A Co'.,
1 1 I I U U 111 IV liuin " ill
MT.kndii stock ol Melanie, at ii.
,
.,. hj,,.ndid iiueolt-w;rie, go to '
! Iliatt it Kinneai's. '
. ..
(In t u'-iv' ifvun wiJi im 1 .rm.
t'OloW.i.. lloti ä e?
P.ittkn f:V A K.T. Mr A. J. Jkcr
ii-mj I, (to. ii in Iiiw 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 li i rii tiiii.n
nii- hihi ii in hi - im i'i , ....
days ago, since whieh time he has
Ui n iu a vcrv critical condition, he I
U-ing tmahle to he out of hi. hed. His
recovery is thought to he douhtful.
S.vir, hy the hariel, hushel, or sack,
af Wjiv's.
'
-" o- u.
P'io tugan or other musical instru-
M.. .... w.' . ..I.? t ... ..
inriii in uiv uuiisr otaiie inev uiiiik
it takes the mind from other duties.
We helieve if girl, were taught aright
it will not. We are in favor of girls
learning to laMr, and that they should
lc taught to work every day; hut still
we are in favor of teaching them
music, and of presenting them some
kind of a mu.ieal instrument. There
fore wo recommend you to go to
Willard StoweMV. at Indianapolis,
where you can get a Chickering piano,
or an v other instrument vmi mnv de
sire. .- . -
Pi.ru, im rut, sniokhig-tohareo,
cigars, at Way'.., asgoul a. tin he.t
a . . .
Notier: is hcrehy given that the
Hoard of Commissioners of Pandolph
roimty, Ind., will meet at tlie Audi
tor's otlicc, in Winchester, on Tiiurs-
day, January ."I, for the purpose of re-1
eeivingand eonideiing proposals for
superintending the County Asylum
for the ensuing year, commencing
I'ehruary 1, next. Hy order of the
Hoard. W. K. Mi iikay, A. It. C.
' JU:.iniv. Camhridge City, with a
population of i1,0:Kiinhahi tant's records
only death, the pa.tye.tr. We hope
t hat we nmy he ahle to rrcnril Iff mthir
nrtrx of oureity one year hence. '
fn'itttj.' Mirror.
We can not conceive, why the editor
of thi. paper wishes that twi nly-six
jierson. should die iu Camhridge thi.
year. Tlie Herald critic should get
after Lutz. That's worse than rrnu
turjcntine.
A por.r, iu the Camhriilge Mirror,
ha. addrced some lines to a dead
lady friend, the llrst two lines of which
read as follows;
" t t'i.iii rim m!)f r, clierisht il frinul,
The f retire timo we met."
We a.k the Mirror to puhlish her an
swer a. soon a. it i. received.
. -mm- s
IF you w ish dry gomD, clothing,
hats, cap., , ,viu can do no hetler
than to go to M. Mayer's, ad joining the
National Hank. It i. said Maver sell.
cheaper than an v hoti-e in town. It
1. an ea.v matter to test thi-
hv going
Ju ri trying for yourselves, and
" Utl h V"k'" f,,r
,,,:,t l ih '
J Xi:v Stoüi:. Our peoph will he
plcasf l to ham that II. Wigg. t Co.
(have opened a new stock of go ids
in the riKim formerly occupied hy it.
u Wii;UU imm,diato,v under the
r . ... ,.,. , .
Journal otllce. Mr. Wig. ha., for
Mniiu tune, hcen in thutlrvgooil. hu.i-
!. ... , . .
ne?s in Hiehmoud, Indiana. Jle
hrings exrverienee with him as well a.
, .
hoi uvk oi goous.. , o Mian asK
our readers to call at thi. new house
ami trade, as he proios.'.. to heroine a
p4rmanent eitien of our town.
Ktcjimonji vool blanket., at Jh
Wiggs A Co's. ' . f
DrsiNKs?. Otir town, since tin
snow fell, has Wen ertMih.1. and inui
look pleaslngTr.uii the" amount of
irooiU sold, ami the irreenhaeks taken
.:.. r.i . 1 .i t... . .1 ... ,
thankful to those who have remem-
... . . .
I .p. ul iu In .tu. .t.-.-....!. A 1 "f. 1
IHUH U" III IM1 i. 1 l I L 11110. IIIC 1000"
- . ... . , ,. k
i j k i iitj "ui aouu'ianiiy mess ani
t prö.per all Mich. "We tnist the snow
.will continue tor man v ilavs vet.
t m
.7T. . . .
J A i xt. i ins is a gtMj.i tiiinir for Uin
. .. ,
gy looking people
, ' ,
in town, a few dnra
AW saw a woman
w hite lead on her face. Tho weather-
paint-il red, like tu dutchnian'.- lwirn-
thiuV sjie u-ed otic iNjuyd of Vt;iitian :
red. ' I
V i:t:k ok i'iiaykie.- l in. i. tiici
I Hifk tt MjKirt frjmJVrr throughout J"
the Chri-ti.in worM. ft omnum-.sl
. . ;
n la-t M(tiil.iv rvt-nlii at the M. K. i
('lunch, in tlii- plro. W tru.-t -nil
'!iriti:U)S will :ittcTl!. Without refer-
-
i llrc to ili'liomii; itinll.
.-
Suf.iUKU.s" LkcnIon.
On la-t Sat-;
v cv,.niM l umnhw K,f MiMirivlH. S. CUNNINGHAM. M. D. '
'
no t. hv invitation, at the ri-Mrmv of;
nlrmli'l uimht: aftrr uhirh thrv ;
, . .i i . " i
jtii,l to or.anii' th-in-rlvc-j into a .
sucirt y.
tirueral T. M. llrowne wii railed to ;
the Chair, and Colour! A. J. Xell' v.a.
appointed Secretary.
(ienet-al Uiowue -tate-l that he wa.
. - ...
III iiioi oi i i niiuu oi i'i.iiiimii"ii
of the s..ldier. pre-ent, :M.d that they
'
hold annual reunion., ou the lirt Sat-
, . . ir I .1 . , i
ui'.l in I .i 1 1 -i it ll. I.ri..l wt'llinl
iti'i.it in .i.iuiMi . I'Tiiiii .-...
reason., and elopiently referred to the
, h:irdhii.. of this soldier during the
war of the rehellion.
Colonel II. II. Neir spoke in favor
of the organization, and on motion it
wa. unanimously afreet I to organize
On motion of (Jeneral P.rowne, Col
onel II. II. Xelf was eleetrd P:e-ident
for lhe year.
On motion of .Major (I. If. II ne
hrake, Comrad A. Lennintoii was
eleeted Viee-Pl e.idi'lit.
On motion of Colonel A. J. NefT,
Major (J. II. I'onehrake wa. eleeted
,.
Serretarv.
Ciiitain K. I'ugle moved that a
l ommittee of three Im appointed to
I draft rules for the government of the
soeietv. The President atipoiuted
."..?. i . - n i
Captain K. Kugle. ( aptam .). P. Itouth, I
and Iiieutenant Henry T. Seamon.
said committee.
M.ajor '. II. lJoneh.-ake moved a
ii tii ir vii
j von oi uiaiiiv in i .ii'iiu i iii ii. . ii ;
f(.'the magnilieenl hampiet given the!
soli. er., pie-ent, whieh was un.iiji- ,
inou?
d'e.'eril P.rowne then a-ked that the
second 'e uiion he held at hi. re.idenei-
on 1 lie u. si t-.iuin.. ... u.in.i.wj , . ,
.. .i t ... :.. i lui
which wa. a. 'n cil to.
The thank. ."f the association was
tendered to the j'ass p.an.l for the de
lightful music f.f .'he iMt a-ion. The
compliments of tlmo present were
tendered to Mrs Ci.lo.-el II. II. Nell',
Mi. Laura Nell, m:d Mrs Tanny
Teal for their part, so w -11 iK rfouued,
around the hampieting ta'h.
The association then adjt urnetl.
Taken altogether, we haw not at
tended a social gathering f.r many
years when-there wa. so much good
cheer a. at the soldier.' reunion. Let
the soldier, of every neihhoihoOv'
and village organize. They will kindle
anew the warm, hrotherly feeling ex-f
hihited iti tlie army while undergoing'
the hardships of camp life.
Hcinoval.
To the Ci'i.'Mi. of Haudolph and,
l
AdioiniiiLr ( 'omitics j
We heg leave to inform you that we ,
will, on January 1 1, 1 .;', open out a
general stoeü of dry goods, nats, caps,
! ladies' sines uc. in our new store
loom, on tite we-l sid" oi tin Pilhlie
S piare, nearly all of woich lias lieen
p.llchasi. I .sincv tlie late decline, Whiclt
will give u. a decided advantage over
those who have larger stoeiis on hand.
We feel under la-ding ohligation. to
you foryotir lihcral patronage liestowed
upon ii, and we hope, hy strict at
tention to h'.isiucss and lionorahie
de-iling, to still nsi.rve your highly es
tcnicil favors Our room is well fitted
up, which is a desirahle advantage
to customers, as I hey can see what
they are huying, which, to a great ex
tent, i. notthcca.su witli other room,
in our town. ur great ot ject hi mak
ing the change wa. to le.cii expenses
iu the way of rents insurances, -e.,
which will enahle us to sell good, r
j cheaper, and do a larger hu.iue.s. Our
j motto w ill he, a. heretofore, Small
j Prollt.and Ojiiek Sales We are de-
trrminrd to hold our trade, if it can lie
done hy selling cheap. We hope to
see all our old customers, and a. many
Hfnv one. as possjhle at our new stole.
We remain yours truly,
J. 1. A (.'. r. C. i: IKK.
X. H. We will have our woolen j
machinery ready to start in thv spring, j
We are getting the luM machinery In j
the I'nited State., and of capacity to I
tin n 1 ri i. r-i t mi no ii.. ,.f i-,,ri- in -i i. ..
... . v -j.. Illing wi I. wi i in
time.
I AKICI i:i,
On Ihn ?.rV.i of r.co rm In-r, to Kcv. I!. -Smith,
Colonel T. K. l'.lirnvt to Ali. Luiiii ilull.
To JaiMili Kltrulh. Ki.. nn tin ?i. of i--cni.
Vit l.mt, in W im Iuut, Mr. IKnrv GarJnrr In
hl,s Mar . -i u.i i'
m.. o ,n , r m,.,, nt
r-i.i.iii r tii- i.ri.it in.iti.er. .Mr. sltllll)i
h.m t-i m; hh.ii..;ii iianour, bntii of w im-
Kiti-r I nwiiniii j..
Uy tin? unru, n tlii 3 I !. of Jinuiary, ImJ?,
at th rtilc nrt' i tin liriiUr r.illi-r. .M r. A.J.Inoi.
Harris ' -Martü .v. .v..tr, r w hite Kocr
1 o M llliii.
Uv the .- mr. iin tlnfth intt.. at Cii1 r i . I u c
of tin tiriilo. i itlitT. M r. U.iir II. .1.'. Irk to Min
.Watu'll Clark, l'.'l.i f w arn I ownsliiji.
(Ii:.vimt:ly ki:pout
OV THE C'UXntTION OK THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OK WLNCHKSTKIU INDIANA,
CMIOWINO TIIK CONDITION of Mid
liuik mi tho morninz uftb-l first 3Iou-lav
1J- Jana .try; lfcG7:
mI-Yj,.;!,113
Furnitur' ai. i Fixtun i
94.i:o 0
1,1. vi en
im :a
Current Kjh-ii.s
c.i lt.nM (tu in.lnirr Kirt pm stamj..) 4:,: mj
Eue from the jnllmriny Xational Bmk:
Contra I Natinnnl tinnk Cinriimati. O. 'i.V'U 51
Firi Xationai Bank of rio.-ian.i,u. 4.v:
iV1 ''V.'', ,T ,'Ilk-r lm'y'-
u. s. n.,;.i n,.1...,t..i wie. t . s.Trca-
M . 0 In m .... li ...nl-ili i, nt..j f I IMC c t '
' lllHItllll ' ' ' U 1 .1-JU LI I ,
U. S- lloii-l. aiiJ s.iuritiri on h.ui.l
l'ah on liaii'l in Cirr-ihilin .utc-s
Of i.tUtT .Ntti nul lUlikl
"'li-io
Fractional Currfnrj
IVal Tfii'lor No"
CuniTund In to rest Noli s
I,3."i2 4 ,
e4 i j
i l'. I
fijlilii
c-ifif,,
1
ti,'jr; ei ,
LIARILITIE3.
capital st Kk iia m
GO ItfiO 0
JJ.joO Ul
muiann; .vufj rficir?u ir"
. irr u-.in.-uni ou bauJ
i"JiV,i"' ' " I!
'':; i
at.i.i.l Til j
3.1011 lfl
"' j
4-3 M (
v-ait uj 'u
31-0.3:: el
use It
UM. U.'loCJjfc, cficr. I
I'sTRAY NOTICK.
M-trnf Indiana, Knrlo.ih Oi'intT. fS.
I. J. H-r.o.lr.cL. !-rk of tl.. Ki..!..!.! I tr-
r it 1 1 i 11 rT . w I Iii I II H'I nr uig rounii . r ri- i
en u I t.urt . l iiiin ni vir iMil couiil . r rrii
rert.i, t:.a m fnUnwir-r iec r:jifn"f 'r..
n Im-vh f.lJ in iirlf.ic: A rvd tf-f, i'.h
.im- t1iii n1i' ! r Hurt ir ohr
,,r" M-eir-Mvai-ir; .iii-j-..I t-i : .-a; Hj
;;Hlj a.t TaVn, l. l.i-ll it. hf.Micit. m .
It r.
I .i n!i! (. a ii 1 I'j-ra i ! nl fi'irt-rn !!-
ljr t. Vi;i. MtCanii!k au.l 1 ' i-t F. sw i! u-r.
ii J !-lt
J I! uooiu'ii II. Cl-rk.
IHii'T ln.lirit tin .U.iiotli ir. a eil tin- 1
rll, .wi.0,1. 1 u,. a.i.., u-.i r.e uiu r u iu- !
Irin aiiitivi 'in if ii -1 i i- t i it .
"'".oili.-r r.ir tii. t.rt-.Mit ithl'r. I.. I'litVi-lt.
wi... i(.-,i, r. ii.ih.:i. i -;- r..nt
i:sritAV not 1 1:1:.
Mti. of lii.'.iar.a, Kji!.llli Count), S.S.
f. J. 15. tii.ii.Irii !. l'Urk f tin Cirrnlt Cn'irt
1 1 ii 1 11 sin. I Int al'l riiniilT nii'l Mull", ill It- r-1. ,
jn.n,; lli.iL . lim f.tUnvvin Je.iri.ti.m or :m
J U-..Vr I... '"-n t--t ""f ,."V !'.'m I
! :m.l r.'.l ro iii. t;ni iiint. ul it. 111. tirMlir l-:.rt
-r i!n ih .ir c a r ir-.- niM.nt nut. ;mr
i 1 -1 . Ink.-ti ii.!iy 'lti h. !t lliinevnrüi. i.r W hilf :
.... .. . 1 ... i
I T 1
i ,wr iioiit unit l'.Mr:il.i'i :i urn ilol ur
I. .;. I',i in Ki'l I1r :i ii-l J.nnr I U i ti - .
1: J. . lilil)iKH II. Ciuk T. ('. K. ('.
GREAT - EXCITEMENT
!N
FAR3ILAND, 1X1).
D. THORNBÜEG
has ji'st orr.XKii
THE LAUGEST STOCK OF
SPRING AMD SUMMER
DRY GOODS!
HVV.U OKI'KRKD IN THIS MAKKKT.
AI.SO,
3ST 0
HATS AND CATS.
CLOTHING
GROCER IKS,
n a it n w a ii K,
Q V E E N S W A If E,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
AT TIIK
NEW Y03K CASH STORE,
ODD I'lII.I.OHs m il. DISC.
FARMLAND, INDIANA.
I Stiviti nil to g i v nie a pull, u I ill uc 1!
(i iini- i ll i?.i pT llian wtr. 1 ill nut lit un
d( I'snld.
PRO DUCK A LV A Y S T A K 1 ; N
i v 1 7
rilK (111 EAT OI'OKIIJ.M
na-
tiOOTS
.v sttot:s
I T-
F. B. CARTER'S,
No. 2, "Cast Front,
WINCHESTER, INDIANA,
! W here th
liest Arliclei in 3Imkrt
enti lie had ut Hie
X- O W EST ZF 1 ICES!
(ire me a call before
you buy Elsewhere,
J flare Srcwrd the Srrvirrs of
Mr. Fisher, of Now York,
tiii: nr.sT wokk.max in tiii:
I XITi: STATKS, AM) I A 31
ow rni:i.m:i) to do
A Mi KIXIM OT WORK I.N Till:
LA TUST AND NLMTU.sT STVLL.
r. R. CART r. R .
nlO-Ir
notici: or AiToi.vmii.vr.
Notice i lnrilv irivn that t harp thi itaT
nkn out letter of A.ln.inittrnt i-t of tht mati
r-l'-irai in J . H iwcti. U-c etiM, lat or KanJoIjiU
roil n I . Tin itiit I an T' tm.i'.l l.i h .il r i'iit .
JOsllCAC. THOMAS, A.nnlnMlra.or.
iw.MM.o. i.23 3t
m.,..m.
.ttiiii.iii iiiiiriiKiMiii'..
!.
li Count?:
state ( li.liaia, If m n d ol j.h ( wunt?:
Nrttic I hfrelii rlxen ttiat at the Ortohr term
(of the Curt nf Common Plea ..f Kandolpn ,
ltnnr.tr, afti-r r.nal nitleiiK!,t of the etate of
-IihI row J. V. r t. i!fi ric!. alioot Ihti uttin of
$V3 cmmi were ijiii.1 riMtutniii-; fr Ji.Iritnni.jp.
jor-; the hoir. S4U h fi rs are tlirefore noil
"'"'l to art ear n8 &Tt d) nie r?t unit cf
ai.j Court. ai:.i nrore their Leirship, aud receive
nir (iimriDuuoii innre.
J, B. hOOPKICIL CIrV K.
t. M. Ucit k , mvriiot. u;:"jt
rx rr S ,!
Attorney nt Law nnil I'nitrd Statf
C'lniiu Afc'riit,
UINCUITLTL INDIANA.
Citri K.rput Anini" t r..ifTiM
l.'KFKI'KM'r.S-II..n. J. I. Stialik. M. .1
Con. '. M. Ilm i.o. Wim li.-u-r. li.-I -; I ! - 1.
War l. I'i i.li t Hrt .Nui.ul l'.in.. Winh.--
M r. In.!.: J '! i. iiiiif. w im iK'ier, '
k. ter ij-r (...., V-
OfU" ii J.l liUiMinr. 11.. h
ti.t.
irr.
,
E. 13. REYNOLDS,
If r or net if T,ntr.
OJRce in Jail Build'mj, up irs, with
Moormin lViy.
AU iiiwl rnirtJ Ulta l!l be .rimrt 1.
n Ii I l;ul!it ill Uriil. t'.
K h ill l.i rtlfihl tmriiil ,lf aiuf at 1
in it Imn.l. .-liVll-1
r.. m. hat.
. .n-KXTMII.,
'""I
J. K iTfrmxr,
I. W Al'MTEL.
HAYS, KOSEXTH.U. Si. CO.,
ManuT-ictureri an l Wli jlcsnle Dealers in
CLO T I I. I 2s G
AN'P r.F.STS
FURNISHING GOODS,
.No. i:i soi tii Mcttini sr..
j IXniASAl'Ol.IS, !SD.t
i A nd M iiintnrtry Nu. I I'1 O nirr Str i t,
I j tel 1 .1 1 lruv Sti et t. Nvt York,
t i ... i ii i ki-i i . ,t
.11 41 i , . "! 111 . I
JOILV F. KDCJAK. a
out.
UK i i:i: IX
Family Groceries, fine Teas,
coffkk, .rr..i: am simcks,
MAIN .STUKKT. DAYTON, D.
W IIOI.KSAI.K Af. KN T FOR 1IIK
SAL OF SHAKER YARN, &C.
ir.'.i.-l
i?o 1 1 l i ah c; A1XS
t;o lo
DIXOlsT,
FORGY
&C0.,
PKAl.K.ts IX
5
CURTAIA1 GOODS,
douso Furnish ins Goods
AM)
DllY
i
OF EVERY DE CRIPTION,
Ournrr Srcninl nl Jrfft-rson Strri ti,
DAYTON OHW
r.'u,M
SICCURITY
IXSUilAXCE COMPANY;
NEW YORK'.
Capital, $1,000,000.
Assrt, rtbniarrt ISflS.
Cudi on hand and in lUnk S2Cr47 51
Mort-a-c Rond .V2'.4r)0 00
Call Loans on .t'ick .ri3,950 00
ihiitcd state stock 3r.5,::o 00
Othrr Stock and llond 7T.s35 00
ii: 1 1. n ? i i.i..!.. i ti t iit'i-ini
uiii.1 urcrioniir ( uiiini i rnu i,.h ;.i
Ajiricr BilVo! Ä: oth r ppoptrtT, l.".l.l7 0
Accruid liitrrtst II,7".i')j
Tütül AK.ft JI.tOJ.sGu U0
I.I A HI LIT I KS.
Unadjusted Lo5e. $M,.r10 01
OK KICK RS.
Tnma U" RiaTntr.i., I'rr.ident.
KiciiiRii L. IIiVLocc, iSeciet.irv.
o U. RRKSTCN, State A-Put, Richmond
L. J. MONKS. Aepnt,
Wiucheste r. Ind.
Tt-liT
CAMP k SHRECKEXUOST,
Tiinip .TIaUrrs noil IPncU-mitlis.
j
W . i :.. r .1. . ....
r " r ' ,K. It f l i -
! cf,''-hP'P'-of LatIoiphCountT,
I that we hare rfDed and tiave in Mirrf-f n I
(eperation a Pump M mufacturr and R'ack-
, inutli Shoo, mhtre ue will be nl aaed to te.
"
, iniltii ilOf, htre tt e will be pl aed to ac
Cummudate all who will favor 11. with tt..;.
patronape. J'ricoa will be found a. low aa
. ,nr. J, ...M. . .1., ,
. '('. iiv induiuuuitni 01 a
similar character.
Reptiring of all kinJs done in or line
on hört notice.
Shop northeatt corner Residence atrect,
1 Mnpimt'j Hitjoa.
1 1 .1
Bl-tf I
I 1? .
GOODS
pavton Wholooalo Trade.
J.BKinW. A.Hffhe. It. Hnle.
FINKE, BEEBE & CO.,
Imp5rlrr iii Jobber in
CLOTHING AND WOOLENS
Tu i to rs ' Tr t ill m I
ir., Lt., Lc.
.No. f)l .Inin tu t.
1' - -.JMo"voh-,-.
Jyr Ii foiper. lJi .J G. Hro
COMER &. BROWN,
II i o t r s a t e U v o r c r
At..)
COMMISSION MKKCHANTS,
N. r.n Main Mrnt.
Six Poeri Snutli r" Scn'l strrrt.
DA V7 0.V. OHIO. 34
Joha rln. paTi. K. lUjr:.
CAh & J30i Eli!
Importer i. rholrual dralf r
Förrien and Domestic Xolioti
(5 LOVES, HOSIERY,
Tjzcrxr goods, 5cc.
0!. V"
-'l -rv l 'Hll I ... C .1
DAYTOS, OHIO. M
GEORGE A. BL,
C,iu--"fir t.i Ilcikifr At'
linji.rlT anl lili.1e i!
flll.., GLASS AM) Ul'EfcrfWABE
C'oaI Dil ri'l I. mir, P'dti-il n.l l'rit.irnu
iirr. I .no k mil (tln.. ("rtli-iv,
Stotie k Y' ll'iw WurcAr.
No no Opiri iln , Mnie Ptnit,
PA YTOX, OHIO.
(or-i W. Knntolv. John K. Mrltiir
KNEISLY & M'INTIRE,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
CORU'LVS IU.OCK,
No. 4C M a i ii siren f.
I' tv-i i) Kir-it .-i: Jscun. ft..
DAYTON, OHIO.
, 'r w h
J. . I rrlii. J. S l.tl. Ops. W.sh
PERRWE. IYTLE & SHAW,
W liolflf l)nlir in
Staple aud Fancy Dry (loois -
I NOTIONS,
; No. 293 Scfon l nt., hrt . Mai,, nlu) JefT"rril -
.i
n A YTOX. OHIO.
W.H. PRTtz 8c "C0
Wo.i Ica1irti Forrijfii nJ lomct c
II A R D W A R E
.Mrclianics' Tordi, Building Ma
terial, Cutlery, tVr.
Also, Agent lor Fiilank's Scale
SO .Vroml ftrcf,
D A Y T O X. OHIO S4
W I N T I R E, A N D ERScTrr CO
WHOI.KSALF
boots and shoes;
.No. Ik 31 ii in sirrrt,
('Twin Hlntk,
I) A V T 0 .V, 0 UK).
I
T. S. I JA III TT.
VuUs l w!t r in
ts.tr: , c.irs, i '-ms.
STRAW (iOODS,
AMI
I'J ihun Mrrrt, itUirii Ktrt nmi S,rond
D.tYTOX, OHIO. ru
f . ". Olorij,
o. dir.,.
Win. Sjtcumfi.
COFFMAN, OSBORN L CO
.YOTiO.YS,
JIA'I S A XI) CAPS
lit i. :.0." SiroteJ trert,
1A Y TO iY, O II I ().
i:o;i:tts, larrcit x.lm.i.i:,
TV'hoii .alt Ira!rr! in
IIAUBWABE SAIIDLEIIV,
CI II nil: alrrrt.
fi W. Ko-rr
C. C KlHrf, !
I. 'V. I.in-I-.
DAYTON, OHIO
4
Iii i.;iiiij. .'.'.ti. Knill K M . Wnp mm
WOGAr0 , SMITH & CO-.
WIIiVLr.S'AliE
G 11 () C K Ii !S !
No. 313 Third MroL. hftwtHi .M' aini
JtH t IXII),
PAYTON. OHIO.
41V
GREAT EXCITEMENT
AT TIIK
POS T-OFF ICE-
SDIEON II. LUCAS,
fAKFS thia method of calllr: tfli
J uttiiition of the propte to the att
.i .i i
iiiaI lif Iiui Opeti ij a
AND
JEWELRY STORK
At tte INist-Officr in Winchrnter,
DAILY & WEEKLY PAPERS.
School, at.d Mi( clULfous Book
Novels'and Magizin,.,
STATIONERY.
Watches, Clocte and Jewelry
t. s-
AotlOII mil! I IT I Hitler
CLOCK A.M U ATi.II JIIII'AIItl.X
Pone on the ahortut notice, and Mtiafae-
tion ftaraoteed.
Cut me a rail at tbe Toft-OKcr, fior
of lhe Public fcrquare
.1,- p...i:- c . - '
SIMEON II, I.CCAS

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