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A, ME RANDOLPH JOURNAL It f tltMlft IvatT TRr VrVtlS fcf - terms try sunscRirnoj. Iae Dollur nf Fifty Cent i Y?ar, If raiD If ADTUCt. TKfiws op Atn-nirmiNC 1111t ttr) TtlKtKIT 4DtEaTIIJ. On Dollar tr.H-jurt for KirU Insertion, i Traoty Kir Cents prSqaara for each abiequeat inmtion. IHU.T BTttTIII'fl. OifSrme $r. ro Two 9 00 Three 11 00 Kor 14 00 la-Foarth Column...........;.... JH 00 Oua-lUlf Column 36 00 One Colucia 70 00 tOCiL WOTICH Rejplir Notices, Seventy KWeOnt per Week; Traniient, Ten CenU per Line. JUIMtOAD TIÄK TA II LKS. CLLVFOXTAINC RAILROAD. Trim r mcMcsTr cono wtT. I f $ a t ........... . 3.i 1 I. NICHT Rt lK.ES t 4.30 A.M. ACCOMMODATION' at G.2G r. M. 41X0 ART. M A 1 1 t.......... ...." P. 12 A. M. NIGHT EXI'KKS ..... t 44 I. 51. ACCOMMODATION at..... 7.1i I. M. TlitliriH fiMHID-OKf. WET. M All. lit L02 T. M. A (TOM MOPATION at 6.44 A. M- C.jlHG K44T. .MAII A.M. ACCOMMODATION at 7.25 P. M. Trnin Vnn Union Goinz Ft. MAIL at H.35 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS at 10.10 V. M. CollO WIIT. MAIL tt n.r4 P. M. NIGHT EATRESS at Lift A. M. ACCOMMODATION at G.L0 A- M. Arrire. Depirt. Acromm Klit'on . ,.G 35 r. n. ..." 30 a. m. fTTei 4 IHIO tAILRntli. DAYTr.N. UNION, taiivf. nr.rT. t,ivr. wcMitT. Mail ä.0 t M TiO a x 12.1 a M 1-10 r M Kx. I i.io a m :.:: r m b 20 r m H.50 a business $irccforn. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF VINCIIITLIt, IND., North-east corner of Washington and Me ridian street (i. ll.tnttinK Hour O A. .n. to 4 1. M. nrrtcr". TIIOS. WARD, Pres't. W. M. Lockc, Ctdiier. GEO.W. BRUCE, M. D., Phynlclan and Surgeon Winchester, Indiana, Teil I ft hi prfesionat service" t the ritizer of Winchester and vicinity. f KICK At hi Krilcnc, corner of Main nn I South freetj the former residence of Dr. Kerun. 9 S. M. McCLURE, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Tender hi aer trie- In tlie citizen of W I N C H E S T E U AhiI vicinity. tfe rWm eapcll attention to Piieaacs of Females and all JIIRONIC J) I S E A S II S. Also, those of the EYE AND EAK Receive particular attention Ortice-!SitH idc of Public ftinnrr, In Dr. Wilmore Dental office, V evidence n Franklin street, near Moormsn Vv', op;naite K. Edgar' residence. 4i (g- viimore & i&vn, J) ENTTSTS, WINCHESTER, INP. OFF KT. South side of PuMio Spare, nr. ataira. U evidence on Residence street, rtlia rt of Wincbester. Office Imurs from b u it A. M- anl from 1 to I V. M. A. J. HOSS. J E 2sT T I S T. 'r oFFirr. sj'sXvV - IJP stairs, over ?Sv1jü'j Tripp, Iawrence P-;.-wJrfc" ast side of the Pn.MicSo.uuf. laüianil. JOHN RICHARDSON, HERCIIAXT TAILOR Wfitiftke Pull'u S'imtrt, Wiet$ter. tUOTHS, CASSfMEftES AND VESTINGS. A ta-Af a li4 d miA t.v order in the ?ettftf!e. PUCKS REASONABLE. DR.. S. G, STAFFORD. rbriciaa and Surgeon, 7n4crt hi rruK-ioal MXTice t the itUM f FARMLAND AX 0 SUR ROUS PI SO COISTKY. Ie ie, irfUl attr.tin t liea tt ha tiprtire encaii. Call prr.mptl) attPte4 to, pijM r 4iy. 4-iiU . M. 1UT. N-necirnAt, J. iATir.Tm, H. WACIITCL. DAYS, ROSENTn.lL h CO,, hnofcturtrs and Wholesale Deader in CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 5. I SOUTH MERIDIAN ST ispiASxrous. LSD , And MmuUctAry U. Chamber Street, ami lal Ka oircei, .e Mir 1Ü, 1C3. txl t f.rjuKF.nsDORFF.R v ysti wk T.v.iivir.THRKR3oi HJRNITl'RK IÄ I aiid Chair, of tbc ltet and ben N Vol. 5. raofl. m. aiuvxt H. fOSIBtiAI BROWNE & BONEBRAKE, WINCHESTER. IND. ÖMrcfion, an ft all kin tin r,f XotctrUil fntjiic, cill rccrive prniiijp attrition. Oflicr over Kiirr iL Smith'- Drns Store. Af.rtl 1, I -6? Sntitf WM. D. FRAZEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WINCHESTER, IND., (Successor to Jude Prown,) Will attend to all foaln?M intfrtntfd to h'n eure. - -. . . . OFFICE -At the former office of Judpe Brown. 4 26 REAL ESTATE AGENCY. L. J. MONKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Winchester, Indium, Will attend to Iiuvinjr, Selling and Leaslnjr all kinds of Real Estate, on the most favor able terms. He will also nttend to the Collect! nr ind Secnrinp of all kinds of Claims. Office up stairs in Jail Puildinc. JO!! I.CttKXT,J lEOSL WATSON. ItKAI. ITATK AfSKNCV. CIIEMIY Sc WATSOX, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WINCHESTER, IND Are ahn prepared to pmciire Pensions, Bounties ant? Arrears oj Pay CTpon the tnot farorible terms. Strict at tention piven to collection and securitvof Claims. Office in Jail huildinz. 27 M. B. MILLER, ATTORNEY AT Tj AAV, WINCHESTER, IND. Prompt Attention l.'irrn to the Col lertion of lnim. I am an authorized Hovernment Claim I Agent, and will pv particular attention to j nrneunn procuring PENSIONS BOUNTIES AND ARREARS OF PAY. Office in ail Huildinc. TiVnQl FRANKLIN HOUSE, South eat Corner of FuMic J'tiuare, W INCH RST E K , IND VKTVAl III:IM1I:I.MI:R, rropriPlnr. Tiiis Tlre-storv l.rick fiu'ildinc h.i hrtr. purehaffd anl retittcl l.v ilic Trnpririor, li. - Trnnntrd In ennr i n mim rtr i-Vfu-n' : ...' - : - R..).i.a. rint. t II t He invites a i m v a f -7 m m w the p-itronajc of all. Jv:i(l 0. vux,!...., x.. i P!yio MvltoU Phytirian, Surgeon tm? I A''vowhrnr. -r t rTTM MtMnrr a tut t n,vinr .,.,.r,.i n,,,h-,. a. wen . n.e ' nfrm .iti. . i have t.ti ih latter tin Tf'Offlf, fortli pr;'itt with I'r W"lo-h.lT, InJiana. l. I'uvtiPti, . ,,--ftmt i -- - rtn. MtRi, . i. i-.ii.roM, tt.n. UlCd. UlAUlUn OC KUOO, i M'htisicians V SttrsrCOilS. orrift iiitiIPUT or tow. Will Rive -rial attention t lieap. f women nl -iiil!r.i n ..pwraliire urgwry. I'alN itrmlil t iethr lay or nicht. " iiCT-im t rhanpe! 'M Jl, E Y N O L O S , ' Alltorney at JLatc. Oßce in Jn'tl BnilJinp, np itair, with . entni'te.l f him wi!lb promptlj anl faithfully atlonlel to. Iii III al attenJ to"el!in,leain ml buy in laut. v.Vti'JO-ly Attorney at ln w nn.l t'iiitrd Stute i Claim A sent. lVINCIII-Tr.R, INDIANA, j OfB.T. m. Browne. winrh.-!-icr. in-i.; Ii., t. ! wZm'V ! L. . t Cror. K. Tiirl-rr. I.ltrr follr-. Inl. Ottlce in Jail UuilJinr, W ii.rbi-?ti.T nin-ly WINCHESTER BANK, IN MIXCIICSTCIt, INDIANA, Loans Money. Buys and Sol's Cold and Silver, tt-rtt ott J 0fir9 by Arjrrrmmt; J)isvouits AVttf, ami Attend to (WectV'w. JAME3 iQOHMAN , 1 3-1y 4 rrLICANTS FOR TKACII SCHOOL, A MIN ED ON THE LAST IV RICH MONTH. PRICK SCHOOL IIOL'SK, WINCHES j. c. drice, VIHCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL Will open at the Scrainarjon Monday, I'cb. I, 167, und tonticac Un weck. TUITION PER TERM: Mtnltl Antriinftic.(-M paft.) Writiop, nfth Reader and Priniarr Geogra phy.., 4 0 Written nd liiphcr Mental Arith metic, Geography, English Gram mar, an? Modern Hiftorj 6 00 Algebra. Tart I ft, EteraenU of Nat ural FbilosophTand Pbrsiolozv 7 fa. Uicher Mthcmtics ml Lnrlisb rtraDche P on IncMet:ta! Fees. .'OS liook keeping, aln.tf uJ Joublc tytry.) willbf tau-ht. Ttaiuoa' rajaUc at iU taVWt of tbc . terra- ! V ft.liw lir.w far aVivvi r rirfrt ifl fl?f of rrotracted slckuci. ll 12, Ire. J b I'ERKli. EA ' i iuv j'iiu. ii anu niv. JliMiiiii. J iitv; , (W H'Ct 1011". i i r- - ? "KJtn tr. TnnntinrKt .T-i.t on tin- tirl.l ..f hiiil.- Mill, tin' '.. . . ." .... . ! Ilic farmer, pavalilr in one vrar. ami; anj (.j.t ju a rae w iwiwwo. I; . :. Ircl. IXKigla vill lectuir n. i ;,,,.. hm. t m.ko "CnviNfi Tl.mn Kvw ()rr."-TI.i. , as aHaaMHaaw 111 HCl L' I I I .T'ä. f.tl4lta.tl t OIK M' I ' 1 w , a . a Am f . . . l B o L WIXCIIESTi:U, Fran Hirpcr'i Weiklj.J Popular Mistrust of 1G?. Tlic fisro 7 ha o often iroW itself a numeral of ill .omen that it is no ,,r.n,w .,11 v wlm have heen hiKeil in the flame are cautious how ... - cJIILtAl ill tIJt lltllll: (til. auit"ii-i ii'f thev allow bu-ine projects to tempt them into tuitions where thev would beeXt,o,cd to disaster. Thev prefer to do no business at all rather than run risks. Merchants buy from hand to mouth fill orde the cause the that over way to prosperity imagined, but was attended with m tive danger, they wisely determined to avoid that rock, but run into the up iMXsite. extreme. When Congress so far im as to 1 rea renc people mm uiieaieneu mi turn piue msoi Whichever wav they turned, thev saw nniuiiurwu mij nimm, tm s.tvt nothing but difficulties. So they strengthened themselves against the that tlireatened on that fide also. anticipated disasters iti every way possible. It is the same superstitious anxiety I that makes the public start with alarm atevery whisper of a business failure, and throws it into convulsions when some heavy house actually falls for is not thi the year 18G7, and has not each decade for forty years been fatal f. .,rt.. im iiiiiiii v". intiiiiii .1 1 1 f i ii i -.1 .1 month Inii.is ouietK. wo iii-rostiiiflv predict that a revulsion is neverthe- less certain to come liefore the vear closes; wo exhibit the follv of a ca lnail reusing to embark on a vov.ve - . . . . i for fear lie mav lc tlnwncl. We per- mit all our industries to languish and ! ourselves to run in debt through a 1 puerile fear that if we prosecute bu,i- . ncss we shall become bankrupt. i Tlie fa. t is. that s far from iK iniri' atixiou.s respecting the future months i diould have ! of the present year, we I iiiik h cause for encouragement if the.-e ml e.Miid only Ik- asonablo activity. over-caut iu la Mti,m,jatnj jn(M reasonaoie activity. . I ustead oi insicau Ol our revenue laiimg Oll : i r . . i ilargtly, and the monthly exhibit o. the Secretary of the Treasury showing ; ....aj.tiv inereasing addition to the 1 public debt (as it proini-es to do for a coiisiderbale time to come,) we should i In? able to meet all the requirements ! (tf the ( .o vein in en t ihrooifh otir in- tlustrial aolivilv and accumulation. " . Tho ...instant stream of ini in iiri at ion . ..... from rurope lenus auunionai am io our eiions, wnue our mines ao.i Ti"",- j IV annually to our resour - ees. The neotde can do much if thev ' takecourage. ... . . . f Hut everv thing does not depend up-1 on the peoph. The peojde are willing , to meet heavy taxation sijuaiely, lut they do not wish to see the expend i-j . i..- .r,..-rr.)ui nntnn.rk,. i no- I Oie iioioroasi is iiueKlv sluotlt'! v'ltl . o o la i .rat ory oi na r iuv, a 1 1 I 1 1 nrrhenMvc of iH periodical recurrence. Wand of nil ort and la-. Ihr in- ... ' , ' , nl.v the U-.t n-u,ts ran U- uhtaiu w .1.. i", infm-nh. in 1M7. land waters formo.1 hy these MmuU " "v "t". "l ' r-r-- , hy working in arenUn,. w 1 s 17 aiMl 1S--.7. the country was Hwept,ftr? oa,m nmI iniruflUtl as a mill , ' . " . , , i . V ' ; l,Jltur''s law.-, are Nc farnu rs. Tliej v 'ini;: 'i ,änc:; , . j !.. I the .mm,, itl, ; ; ' ; M,..,v their mure fuliv a, Uu, lecaile lies Munehow within the miiu- sw "l vaii m u Uce, . , . , . - l i41" ""'-"." mrv uuun u- enceof the law of panics; niid tho.o ! trammels afnodu-re, l;im trän- Y 1 ' ' . l0M;ssU;n f l ! sire of the tet. of nature, they do ; manufacture W,k only tol ' - u ln.l prc-cnt-. .nrtc of .... " " , , "VV , " rs; i-fflnitalfculnvr-toiilvwlifre a" i wo a, running rar .... , , , ,ii it. i . fi. , . .um wii mi.- iiiLT uu iom;eii in nri.v i, unnutloiUe. l. . "f Hie lft' co!it raiiKC. .. - ; ,w,.le ;ortaiod, ht fall, i i c- ar,,.y a., acre of u t n. , .s((.r(I,v muiR -,.x,.ai,.i,Jn w not the high- farm. nS land to be een; . fact .-,,, Mm . - ... ' '.w i th thev lia.l '"ay iravci a long distance ana noi , .. ,, ,. lorsed the policy of contraction rtli America, ranking after the , , 1 : ; : ' " ; picnuiui-wnere me tu man.t is ior auth(Mi,e the .Secretary of the ivoiumoia, me Colorado ami ine I'm-, , , , t ' ' "" - - ..... ....... . ... a or j.-iiiui iii-M ;u jinn ;is jii-r;;u. aim r...., cro ci iii.i surv to reduce the volume of eftr- ; zer. It empties itself by three chan- ; '"V. ... I . " I. - . " , 1 . . 1 ! "'"a.v-he at once perceives V four millions per month, the'nels into the Pacific, 70 miles Udow lktV f V " ,MU ' 1 j 'l'l-rtunity; he rttitT. expensive lom iiijiuuws iHoiiiu, uu .. and struck out as a swimmer. Tin! i.:. i.... i i , cried out in fear of the dangers I Mika, ana in about 07 degrees north . , , . wn . . , , - M"' '. (M,nfll.f!vllrn.,u,nH'fMmwlMHlv's,W!n he fb l.,m,l corw-llv I i 1 1 w i int. ''VtaiailVla' t III I'oini II , e , . I 111 I I I lill III III I... HU II . .. ' . . ,! ..tl..i-1-i Tin., .mi iii.r i)iiiiMi.lii)i.l iiiui i-, jtn iii. i n i uiiiiih mi im vhv, for instance, a year's expensesof, i,..:,v. t .t i i' toe tt ti i cjiiii uncut, imum jiiiiii $2Sl,C4'J,7ol in time of peace, or why . H...1- Ji.ml.l I n C'V.S noil OlVl 1-irrror in .III. -ll'HHi - i J '.."-'..'v" jtnva in- i. . my 1N; than thev were in lsoil. Thev , , a . wouM jirtfcr to have fewer taxes and I A It A . - '11 1.1 ' lest iax-.ll".lors. -V more iaiiniin i stewanlship is required of those w ho ! ma mure the people's money, an. 1 a , teers ulso, and there wuz wunuvthel A new and successful kind of swind- j round their mother, all sittinj; very Urallon of rain water; mix well tojrctii jniore jutliciolis financial policy. In- mo-t strikin tabjocs ever exhibited. I lintf has lately commencctl, and been i sorrowfully, Alice, the eldest, said: cr and Nil twenty minute", take off more judicious financial policy. In- more lcciive or beneficial than legi- lation alone, but both toother, under .... . ni-oner fpiuuiniv. iniirlit work wotnlers. I 4- . - j, . , 7 A ItcToliitionary Soldier. A Revolutionary soldier was run- i nin' for Congress, and his opponent , ! ll-'l.' II I'AIIIIK nil.. ll nni'nr iw,,,,l.'um leeil to the war." anil it W.IS the CUs- ; torn of the old Revolutionary to tell of the hardships he hud endured. .Said I he- " Fellow-citizens, I have fought rnd Ti-.T 'itutll f Itiid limn nMti a-C tti i j erei-ns, who had iune -reatlv in-1 ' terested in his tale of Mitlcrinw. walk- ed up in front of the speaker, wipe I j the tears from his eves with the ex-1 tremity of his coat tail, and interrupt j ed him with : 41 Did von sav vou had fout the Hrif ih and Injins?" 4 Yes .ir." ' DitI you sa you lept nn the ground while serving your country, w ithout any kivcr?" " I did." Hid roti ssv vnttr feet eoverefl the - - - - groumt you walked over wnn njooo ; . ... ......A.. " Yes," replictl the speaker, verv ex ntin"Iv Weil, then," wid the UarfuUov- creJ?,Ti, :is he gave a sigh of tearful emotion, 44 1 guess I'll vofe for t'other I fllow, for 111 be blamed if yui ain't done enough fo; -your couutiy."' n.tn. - ' vw...,... m. ... iw ...t- . on,svine to jciiersonville, w in ie . , ' ' f n,n H,..im ftf i1Mv,.n mi , ., . l.t. Ä i .i.i. t.i: ti - . . ' . c.ll tlio nntnnt r bt for the note of the Kllllom Of lic.l en : ttreerve! as if it Li.! r..f ... r.m4r.. i ,n ... iniv . n . ... ... . ' i ii 1 x i no :irm cts can nt n k e. i n e v airree , in ! t ante nn HIP .11 OI JtlllP. ' ... -ii i .1 : i. . term wi linve fri-oiiiiitlv lieanl ti -cl t,.;.i .1. ...... r.. LICF.NSB TO ; heaven. I have walked over the . . I proms, nicy win lawc .m. kuici.. - - . - ....,..... WILL KK KX-,frn rmni,i t;ii rv fooWen was! 1 here is a prospect oi a -oou crop oi j froe of chare. If the farmer consents t "ermaus ujicn spcaKin u, un , which me hundrI NATirun.Wi 1.,.r , - 4 icrapes and other email fruits this tho windier tlraws nn the note, which ''l'ht.K or vint s from .nininK at tlie ( lluvt. pui AT TIIK NF.w l111'""' uiiHii- ,r - wron-time. Ijitelv we naid a visit ! i v . .ii. i run j nner i 1 :uim hi imih' i ;i !. . a i f m. 10 IiVDIAIVA, TUTRSDAY, Frorathe Scientific Ancficao. lluAsian America. Pot a rifcfane of nnrly f,0fn miles, a wit it In the Xenv V.rk Tinier, ! lIy "long the milct waters in light : . . ... I canoes, and at nh;ht pitch their tents i n lht' 110atvst iIan,K TIien' h alw3' ' Pnty of game to be found. JJesidt water fowl of every description, the larger islands mostly abound with elk, deer, hlaek. hear and grouse. discover a spot level enough to build a . good sized house on. ri cm. t ji ii , Hie .Stikcn Kiver is the fourth in volume and size on the west coast of latitude. It took ns four and a half ... dayi to ascend 170 miles, while in de- , ' j sending the miiiic distance the vessel made the journey in less than sixteen hours. For the tirt hundred miles or a,, the river is walled in by huge mountains with peculiarly sharp vol- j ca,,Ic com'rt or pvaks, rising one al.ove j the other nhd covered with snow. , a lie f-cencry Is or the grainiest and j ,m)st stupendous nature, and our little i steamer, staggering and trembling against the swift current of the river, seemed a verv eoekl shell in the I . 'nresenee of tluo vut ind kih-ot i presence oi these ai anu Mieni ! creations of the Almighty. Themost ! extraonlinary natural feature that at tracted our attention was a glacier or field of blue ice, about -10 miles up, on oi" ouiik oi ine river, xi is aixmi n.t ...r.. ; n .. ... VA feet high on the river, and extends Ions the edge of the stream for eight miles, running back into a valley among the mountains as far as we , ouhfsee. A canon was finally reach- ; cd, which balllel all attempts to pa: through or anuind it, although several j 1m,,I miners lost their lives before, their cinpanions gave up the hopeless effort ' f to navigate the canon in their canoes. ! . ..... .ft . . . . a . . . - - .a t . 1,1 'a jgaie ue e;wion in i neu e.tuoes. i a i.... i . .......... I hi ... .... r.. i.. ! i.oiw jwin.n-j 'i iu oes i.uieu m hn-1 any practicable apimiaeh to the river, Which was left unexplored far- Atn-ctinsr Scene. 1 TrV. iVroI(.nm v Na.bv. thus ,t. :i i, ,.. : i , uv-ni hi-.-' niv . iisuii; ."i.'-iie i ine Muii- i .r .i.,r i....;. i i i... tu.. 't'n 'i "in. J I i.-j iniiiii ii iiiv nil- t, - . .. ., , j. 1 1 Al... . . . .K4ftAniI...AI. 1 11 'Uli IIL VI t. .11 1'.. . 1 . ... i ... l,.,i,t r.n........ . I .. . : .... I I .... . i.. . I m r . :i hi I vrii . i ! i :n i I v 'I I . I .. i ir. . i ii . . j hum i. ii j i. vi. ii as iion a mii i i ; v Aaia (jmi.;t . . T , .. ., , . . i rer slid T forgit the shout that , ed liorris wu a sinin hi, i j Xev jas(ttfClldl, .,.i, T,irco cIircM fnr JefTson Greelv ! .TT .v . . and liorris Davis one nn.l insepar-! able, now and forever!' shouted one enthoosiastic confetlerit. 44 'Immortality is yoors!' stl another, vraK mill ' ? IIIV llioct vaiaiv , . - . . ,. , ' .-wil J.- I III, .1.1 l'M I-..III. . . , i af Mint vm oivi n-ir mr ri ?iniTli I "ii'i .i""i in i min i:ii uii mi. tin kittle tied to his tale. Wat joy!' I. :.r , it JT..1. .. i ii ii.ijijiiiiis. neu j.'omci .-iwiv uv Ilim they'll spcek uv Yon! "T cmiilniil rndrniiitnii.irnitmnrn fcv.""iviii.iv'iiiiviii.viiii-iii-'i. t i t r i, 1 i lUistm into teers I fell onto Greely's ' . , , t , buzzimi and we embraced, hz he 1.. 1 ..1 1 ' . 1 I . 1 ... I I iieueni ins speKiicies cut ii supjKjseo j it wuz Davis his.sclf, and he butid info ; mo-t strikin tablin-s ever exhibited. I ot away afore he uiskivcied his niis-: take." ! j w . . State Item. The Valley liailroad Ieiot, at Con- nersville, is alniut completed. r T The (Jood Templars are doinjra good J work at Camden, Jay County. '11. ....... f.. . . . P I. 1. Ii me new .wasonic leminc 10 ie ereetifl srvm in TniHni..innlU. will eot - - 1 $J.V),Xh1. f 1.1 k: r..i ., .,,, I .marry in the town of Huntin-to,,. ' j Thc bri(p.c neross the Ohio fronl rts from K r' M3' wI,oat CTttP ,,evtr ProniiscI more favorably. The city Clerk of Indianapolis is paid a salary of fifteen hundred dollars per annum. IirSe quantities of flax have Wen sown in many parts of thc State this ' Snrin". il Th IW-rn Counlv Fair will W'," 1' - ' held in Aurora, S,rtc.nWr 18. ' ""7 Slnl fr ! ' ,rarliol, T (rir.H it in pmont fr i tu :n nr(cnr ( m'. - . . . - - i - nut ie nas oeeo imurcti -rry muni e a - i I i; ... 1.. ' nn,l r. .. mi. ivi'i nu'i h".m.-, 1 - Hanfe Hnilmad h.i been t --- - . sold to the Cincinnati, R' llcfontainc, Pennsylvania Central and other roads. Three thousand houses have Wn , built in Lcuisvihe, Kentucky, luring ! thclt year, anl w:vcn hundred rurr put under contract. U R. N AI .Il E J3, 18C7. (From the Stlma Time, Mat 24 Tragic Sutcidr of n Defaultiuc ItmiU Ircideut, at St-linn, Alubauui. j On the irh of la-t month .T.jhn M. i j . . IM Z .'"1U .T II.. ... .... l . l . . l .1. . i iTesident under military arrest. The i m ' " 11 1 la " m larktnan escaped from ! ,lH '-h-nce, where he waa under t f aUl1 ahaba horseback. General tnvavne olPentl a j reward of S1,"00 for his aiprehenion, , , ..... . , ,T . the hall when the jailor entered. I pon . , T. , tno opening of the door, IV.rkman , , . , ....... , rushed out and made for the Alabama 1 fl-tiva ii lVrt- ! I..tvf jiT Hu lIrt i i .1Tl(f iill tlw l'lili Im rni.lnri.il 'in i t wav a uitimiv MllU iiinUI : hnwtmru nrimnc ia bib.i f bnr.ti t-.11- , iL. , j U " MlU Mo" Ui U ,ie1.t'"lcn;i1' knowing that he will get high and err (and Ills muVeineuts Were distinct! S' tain result nrndnetiviw.f Ur m '.f.n ,,...... 4,f , (lltl; la,l! resu,r IrodUCti e ol large casl j k "1.:" " .r!cel,...1Ic n-ntra men aboard. Jle (iisapi.earetl once or twice while floating down to the boat, and ellhrts were li ing made to save him. Keaehing the wheel of the boat which was not in motion, lie paused for a moment, stifllcd and exhaustcnl, then sunk under the boat, and has not been sen .since. lie leaves a wife and two children overwhelmed with the sad calamities 'er . i ... it a ! f ft feU Wt''s and Xcltillg the tell- ! . ... derest sympathiesvof the entire com- munitv. The IHcrtion in Washington. The municipal election in Washing- City on Monday, 3d ult., resulted m u 'l"h.iean triumph. The black Koncraiu Aoie.l the Kepuhhcan t,ck t- This result is an indication of .. .. i a j . - i. ....-iii m .ne mmiii generally. The blacks of Washington aro ,,ut representatives of the senti ment among mat race throngliout tlie ""thern States, as t!ioy have gone so w,n n,t'.v 'Tally go. This fact w;is T..a a.KBa z ... . mm. a . - - .i in ii niiii.iii u; tut i'i w .1 t 11 " - in.n pai - 4" '" ' ..i i.im.... . im.iuu- iiiuucemem was otfered them to vote tlie Demo- cratie ticket, but without effect, they : i i i.. ii . I " "iai,,u,.V " 1 ' 1 1".-" ineuoni, ana '''"-u'i me rcatesi an xiety . ir to exercise their new right of .uirrage. .j . .1 1 One dispatch say i 44 At one precinct three hundred of them got into line an hour before the I , , - , , , j l-aoncd ; at at.other our hundml were on hand by six o clock ; at an- mnL . V" 'V ' T , . ii. A . l . .1 iner liiere were aooui one tiiousanti in soiMt column at eigiu o ciock, ami . At . , , ,4 , s at still another six hundretl took pos- , session of the field at the bright hour of four o clock this morning. 1 he n.ill iimoii ii .-it wiiY'om niiil rliim1 nl 1 1 ' ffl X X 1.1 seven. Hie aggregate vote must be Ill a . I considerablv less than the number of - 01 j , .. . .i , , f V over onc hundred men Mood in hue J j waiting tti vote when the polls closed ; . in another atout onc hundred and . sevctitv-li vc, ami in another over three , , ,, r . i.- liundreil." Ft. Mtnitc Gazette. t m New Species of Swindling. lintf has lately commencctl, and been carried on to such a profitable? extent mat a parry 01 swimuers wno na e brought to trial at MWdlctown, ... 1 ,. -V- ... -v t. . 1 'a. ltul At ! 11 ! 1 1 1 L- "NT . w- "rl.- 1inl ia it 1 - - - .1 Mipiiosed, realized SI.7),()0), twenty-five to thirty wagon, and from sixteen to twenty horses, before their arrest. Proceeding to the cotintry, ihe swin- i tilers take tlilierent towns, anu circti- . . iato am0iiR the fanners, to whom they ..rr ... . r ..:,.!.. ..r i oner paicin iij;iusoi uitiiiooi jv.n sale. Thev represent the retail prices : of such articles to lc double or treble ä their cost to manufacture, and to show , their confidence in tue Iarjre prohts l a, a j. o 1. .1 I the farmer siir thn witidlr endorses the condition of. navment upon its back. Whcn the parties separate, the sw in-, dlcr trims ofl" the iiles of thc note j with :isors, when the hack separates III'lII illV' HI'III, IIIV l'lrx Iii ll'f. , tiy iicncno me l';l-1 i inuciIaSc upon tlie t.lges. Having. i . . a. a i a e . i thus rendered the note plainly nego- , t il.. . .ii i . .. ItorsCS, tai riai; r- ' .-nn.. , nrnwirtv. nI then nasses alone to . .. . a.. i 1 1. virhmioinoinrriunia c 1 "i ' ,!-,r,,L will r-t t their fiebert. f.' . 1 - - colißc Auf it'-an. K ..Tin- ,vf w i 1 11I !er li.ive 1 n ti a eiii.iT through the Wt-t, who answer the ariovc ocfcripiin. .-ay o r.. n ' .r. n-nrful frnni vVirim .-rii Knr 1 j ntrr.t '- r o HO. f Trru t!jc ?c;it.tifiC Aruerlcin.J l'tirmoi ie rind Otkt rn iM', Thc tilK-r f the i wliu U-liove that they are the fieat manipulator in t cl ilh I not negleet h, ue the iittle lirht they '! have on the ielationf oil-, plant--, , air Iuamirw a!lU anlmal lir,.. lf thov .apl!y (he ntth-that is known on tlu-e Mihjects, the rwult. w ill W fully shadowed forth In their garden, field and staldes. If a storekeeper tcleet a spacious and i-ostly More on llroad way, he does not fill it w ith old trash, but 'with high-priced and iKAUtiful goods. His exprnvs are large, but his situation give him oiqmrtunity to j engage in a profital.de business, and as a wise trader he avails himself of this chance. So with the wise farmer, if he I near a great city, where land and lalnr are d ar where manure is j Kiw fertilizers and lalKr. and gets an enormously increased profit over that j received by the old style neighbour, who grows the commonest erops in the roj poorest way. He keeps only the liest animals, saves every particle of their manure, gets from one to three crops from his land in a reason, cultivates other forage crops than hay, and can keep his animals soiled for half w hat it costs Iiis neighbour to pasture his , cattle. In short, the wise farmer. under the eaves of Washington market, will grow asparagus that brings $1 per bunch in early spring rather than corn at $1 per bushel, oO bushels to the acre, and other crops in the same proportion. FAItMKItrf OTIIKRWIPr. Within five miles of New York von can find farmers who get but alout fifty dollars per acre from their tilled lands who not only let their yard ma nures run to waste, but entirely nii- n!,, v them; b t their stocd . uu,. of a .,uor ?at or s k run to the .a. at- a a a . lee-sioe oi a poor sail or straw stacKs ' ..,. .............. jmi ..... it. - an tuma-wuu iii'n IUI crops until : tht. W(.ni j,row large enough to choke . tlit-m wlif. habitually plant the worst j ,-,1, thevhave in a half preparel soii-who think that bv overworking :Ul(1 luiderfcedinir them-elves. their t, j -m,,,, nn their animals, that the luoiii? V t bus ira i ned and 1 daced in I hank I w is gotten in a wise manner. It U other wise! That is to sny, the wlsk farmer pursues a liberal policy lilcral accord- j,,., ( j.t Im,llls ul,,i 0,M,rtimiti.s ' ni ,l,-ans a,,l oppoi iimiiits. Umlcr (hi, poli,v he Ue,ps himsc.lf all, family in good physical, intellec- tUal aml moral llva,tIl hl ttwk h moves ami his land ernws fitter nvurv pnnis, anu ins ianuf,ros latur ttn year. These are the banks he invent in these are the places of deposit, yielding the best interest, and it i ...,!.. ...!.. .. i ti ii 4llI OiCIllOU UlJli U1C wie farmer neetls t -eek a financial bank in which to deposit his surplus ll" to seven per cent. Will you be wise or otherwise? The Other Side. Once in .1 happy home, a sweet, I bright baby died. On the evening of I the day, when the children patliercd i sorrowfully, Alice, the eldest, said: "Mother, you took all the care of , baby while cho was here, anl voti ear- ried" and held her in your arm- all the ... . ' ...i.:i. .1 ;t. n . , Winn, .ii 111; now, nifi'iicr, m no took her nn the otlier side?" I ()n the other side of what Alice 0 ?' 1 ()n (jje otjcr nf ileatlr who (of,k t,e habv on the other moth- rr. sh(l so ,ittIo ... rmlI, ., ,T(. t ;aiom, ' Jcsti? met her there," an.-W( rcl '. 1,0 mother. It h he who tiok Isttie . 1 t : . 1 1., . t in.. 1 children into Iiis arms to bless tlum, ' ' i .-io n .iivji.-aai. liii nn uiriii u. vrai .i.Hv,u..iIJfclRcr iinamv nay, was oun Ulf. i 1 1 1 1 1 IOIIIIII 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 Illll. lor III Mil II to a vineyard of C.ncord vine- alK.ut j four years out, when the ai-plication i l.. .....,. ri. ! eatnc at once home to our mind. Thc . j , lCavin" from three tli'l IIIV lailv i.ii'i in vi n.iiiu'uii. ii fi-a liiui imon a cane. I rirv hftil .... , winU,r(,, ., ,1 ;. but Wins pruned spring, luarlv every cane ! had lost two or three of its Iat or ex ,,u" ! ttnM ,,. ,,. r.,.on, . e CnH,-.l. i "' "ra!l.v ''avi"S "' rU'' ,... nun i-M' "' - .- A new rdigioiH journal ha N cn established in Illinoi- for the cpros ipurpo-o of " avagcly pitching into ' Cliri-tian ladic? who wear fruj-ltd hair ia,,tI thina-" Whv is ct we ither nire pV.i-ant able. The .rtt TrndJener The ?t?ry of, JuJ Cartf.t hiter vi.'u with (cncral (Jrant. I aa ?xtr ordinary one. Th JuJe ii a Well l.tioun Heptiblican jjorVHelAn of Washington, holding strong radical view. favorite candlilAto for tU I'resideuey Heu, Wade wlio U oft of the grandest of our public laen, whether a Prrsi.JUutbI caadiJitt or not. The- objert of the Jttdi iu call ing t:iKn the General, w hat t It w:.s to .'rscertsin, firt, whether Gen eral fJrant wottM I ji candidate, and, v(.--Xttn York Iiulqn1ait. Tbc ftt-jvc Is the opening of a Ion? .u fiele, in which the I mh 112 at pn eccde to sivond the effort of Wendell Phillip- to demohMi Genend Grant. The story would, certainly, tn an ex traordinary one, if it wen tme; !ut it is md true th.t Judge Carter called on (teilend Grant,' to ascertain 44 with which party he would act," if lai should be a candidate for the Presi dency. 1, . It U very well know n by those w ho have conversed with General Grant, that he has no sympathy with the Democratic party, and if it o happens that he is ä candidate for the Presi dency, he w ill run as a ficpxtfJican. General Grant has not seen fit to ex press publicly his political views; but it is well known that he does not try to conceal from those who converse with him, that his sympathies are decided ly with the Kepuldican party; and furthermore, it will probably bo found that he is quite as clTieient iu sustain ing the principles of the party as those who assail him. General Grant may or may not e a candidate for the Presidency; but it i due to him, and it is but just to say, that he is a Republican, and would in dignantly decline a nomination from any other party. Cincinnati Gatettc. A Spiritual 3Ianifetatioa. Xot long ago, a kind-hearted and generous man died, leaving Iiehind him a fearfully JealotN, sombre-minded wife to mourn his Ions. After the poor man waa dead, ah began to exhibit signs of rejentanee, and acknowledged to her friends that she had done her poor dead husband a great wrong, while upon earth. 8he was advised to visit a medium, and ask his forgiveness, which eho did. The medium called np the departed spirit of the hu-band, when the fol lowing dialogue occurred: Wife Is this the spirit of my dear huuband? Answer Tt is. Wife Will you forgive me my wick ednes toward you while on earth? Answer Y. Wife Are you more happy now than when living? Answer Much happier. WifeDo you desire to rctun to earth? Answer Xo. Wife Where are you? Answer In li 1 1 ! Kxit I e reaved widow. An election wus held in Illinois on Monday, .'id tilt., for judicial officers. ' Thr etuins show a very light vote, in Chicago the total vote being but I,0Ä This w ould indicate that the olliccr of the law are not considered of much ini'tortanee in that Htatc. The Repub lican candidates were generally suc cessful, and no irregular candidates elected as far as heard from, except Judge Wilcox, of the twenty-eighth Circuit. The indications are that Judge Walker, of the Third Grand Division, has been Waten by Charles Knierson, the Republican candidate, but the returns are as yet incomplete. ?. Way nr. Gazette, . a . i . . Omrr on Vim: Mildew. A wri ter in the 44 London Journal of Horti culture" says " that a complete cur for the aliovc dNea-e may W found by taking one itind of flour of Mili.htir. ; one pound of Mucked lime, and one cr, and Nil twenty mir and strain; add one gal water and urain Ijoil twi when' the liquid will 1 gallon more of ejitv minutes, a fine amber .!. . . . . .. , . color; put in a jar ana corK uput. Wl,cn ushI, take onc pint to Extern prallons of rain water nnl fyrlngo tho vines, ami it will not injure fruit or leaves. Tlie I'rovidcncc Journal has an ar. count of the removal of three bodie ,urVt ni(re than a century apo, n all 1 0f which the no were found terfcct j mnn:i!i Harnes, who was a little tfrl 1 ... 1-1 l II a. t v, nl.m t- n a ..II 111m Jill riMIVWII 4T ." Hill had liccn embalme! ; lier hair braided sound as on tlie day idie that long sleep, of and fifty-iiveycarii Wami:i. to Know Thc color of ti,t. mm,v eye? The flavor of the cup 0f bitferncrs? The ize of a pitt-eof chalk'.' The weight of a load of Kr row? Is it murder to drown your r- rows, or to kill time-: I it bigamy for a married man to become wedded to his opinions? it desertion of family for a man to forsake his evil way? I it suicide if you bury yourself in thought, or smother yourself in grief? - - . a m CucumN.T and Melon Vine, as we I a Tomato plant, w ill mature earlier and make better fruit by Oppins th ends of thc vine or shoot. alvout 00 joint U-yond the Uos3)iu or j-oung fruit. The laterals or side, branches -litmid !; toj.pcd in just the rujoe m thc leaders. If t n cpp:c.e make one pir, hfv uiauy p.rars will right app' maker'