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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 4 February 1858

COUNTY OVWNA QU Ao A Family Ifewspapcr, Devoted io Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence. NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1858. VOL. 1. NO. 6. v y E a ndolpli County Journal It rCfl.TttlED F.VF.UY THb'RHPAY MORNING 11 nKVERLY A: S.TIITII. Ot'R TKRMH. Fr Twtlrc .Munth-, in i!ancf,.... $ 1 .-" For Hx Month, in lianrr, 1,00 f"All jnpr discontinued tun the time ulcriUd for eipirr. terms of advertising. f )nf square 10 line one insertion,. . . .$1,00 J'.icli additional int-rtionr "' tj u.irtrr column nnf T-ar, ........... .23,00 Hilf 33,00 One 44 " " XT Lepal advertisement mut he paid fur in advance. V.ir particular time m j-cifi-d, whrn handed in, advertisement will f ptib lihl until orderrd out, and charged for ac Crlin!r. business girfctorii. t i yi i: tau Li-:. Trains running on the Indianapolis, I'itUbur; and Cleveland Rail Road Pas...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 4 February 1858

WIXCIIISTLU, IND. ... . - Thursday, . . ... .....1'ebruarT. 4 C77WitUA Pcttcx. General Nf wp"i rr Agr vJL, ia lVr:j r. winding, South West cCraer Third an! WVs-it Sü., Cln cir.aAti, is cur authored A?cr.L. Any ar- tUeh la the city. will be pro?t!j carried ciu - - - rsrc'nrfnt tbn he rnvr nnVe with ad CANDlDATiis rojt NOMINATION, 2b U made ct the VrJiVcn Ccinitv Convent. on.' to the Jcnmi.. if thrr trrt nbr-ri. bcTi$0,0) wll! tc chirked. Tic ta3srTthT. cast cco3pany the nanc, ctbcswi:i It will 1 rCCCitt LO aitcr.Uca. . . ITT W ar iotW2td to ar.aouoff the I urn? cf JUtntTT Atntw,of Iiu!e Crrfk Tftar.i'i". Iii r r.!i-.,. Vir I'-ivritP Ah'i!m I u!i.ct to t!r!ccia!ia cf the KepubllcAQ couctv Cwctt:on. - -.ZV'IU.it rementlereJ, that the Re-1 pblicaa of Uandolph County arc to at the comtdiousc in Winchesteron the 2'21 lust., when it U hoped every Township will t3 rep resented in proper manner. : One ohjeit of the meeting h to ap r. i'! ... , tica, to bo held a. Inaianapolii ca the . r i cu...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 4 February 1858

Washington, Jan. 23. Mr. Toote proposed an aiuenildht to Davis Pacific Itailrovl Bill. Mr. Slilell introlucf - I a lill in ref erence to the Banking Lulncss in the Di-trict. One or two other unimportant hills were introduced possessing little or no interest to cur reader. The Scnatu took up the Artnv Bill. Mr. Toomli opposed tic Uli ai uii neecssary. There was no elanirer from Indian hostilities,' nor from Jtrigham Youn. Neither couM compete with 15,000 troops. There was no ncccs-jity for liiere. ön that hcore. Mr. Toouibi faid he would not vote1 to give finglc man for the purpose of raaintaiiiicj; pcarc in Kansas, whoever might thn hold tlw power. Ixp';ri ence and history for e criturH ha-nleiu- tistrated thai onle r maintained by regular fcoldier is elef potic, and peace thus maintained was the cemetery of liberty. Ho would not maintain peace in Kan-a at such & cot. If Freemen could not maintain peace among them kcItcs, thev wen; unworthy the exer eise of nelf-governmcnt they ...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 4 February 1858

: gritiiltttral. riioGREsH or iioimcrirritE IN THE tXTTKI STATUS. la the agricultural department of j ,s,.r,lr l.v. Romethinr on the subject of Arricul Ural Progress, and that it was great ly indebted to- mechanical invention. Vfe now propose to say a few words in regard to the progress that has been made in the science and practice of Horticulture, within the last thirty years. Unlike that of Agriculture, the progress of Horticulture in the I'nited .States, ha been independent, and thietly indebted to a few intelligent, self-educated, persevering individuals. Its progress ha leen marked and rap id. Wc well remember when there were scarcely half a dozen nurseries in the country, and thcc were of limited extent, and confined chiefly to the propagation of the commonest ports of the apple, peach, pear, and a few of the inferior, r.cid clierries. Through out the com try, generally, fruit trees were mostly propagated from the freed, by thi few farmers who planted orch ards, and these wer...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 11 February 1858

IT TPTPn A Tiiniil) cwspaiior. Devoted to literature, Education, Morality; Temperance; Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence. 4 . . NEW1 SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY II. 185S. VOL. 1 NO. 7. J r 7 J fiaiiiiolpliCoiiiilyJoiirniil IS riBMSHtD FAX RY THURSDAY MORN INC By BEVERLY A: SMITH. OUR TERMS. For Twrlr Month, in advance,. . . . $1.0 Kot Six Moiita.-, ia aJancc, 1,00 , .3T".ll PJP r discontinued hm the time eucriNt-l far csj-irr. - TFRM OK ADVERTISING. One sjnare 10 lines one insertion,. .. .flK) ka.a vd-JitiynaI insertion,.. Quarter column one y ar,. . 2."i,0') Half " " " 33,00 One 55,00 tlT I.pal aj crtlemcnt mast tc paid for in !v.mcc. CtfUal particular time i ffcine, ben handed in, aJvirtUcineat will be jm llihed cntil ordered out, an 1 chargtl lor ac cordingly. business Ilircctori). ti.hi: taiji.i:. Trains running on the Irnlianapolii, I'ittalurg and Clevelm 1 Rail I Load T...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 11 February 1858

liipl-'encon. iv nanium sumc u-nr iw. nc i'lu- sum ia uriavoniaoio, iiiercioix, inai 0r onr r..(V r-'IM.. T 1... ..C 1... "W.wt älanbolpl; lonvnnl. WINCHKrtTKU, INI. Tkiirsdrty, Fcbruarr Ii. ffT" Wim Pri.t.t, Gtntral Newspa per Ägtnt, in DctW new building, South corner Third and Walnut St., Cin cinnati, U owr authorised Ajrent. Anr ar r ab print nt thAt he tnty mtke Ith tdvcr. titers in the city, ill be jTomptlj carried oat. CA !f D I DATES FOR NOMINATION. To bt madt at the Republican CVtfy Corttynfion, fJTCimnjtte will b charged $1,00 for Uwrtin their flames if they are subscriber I th Jmttti., and If they are not subcrl hf rill 1 charged. Tl money must econrjvinf the nam, therwie it will receive no attention. PjrWf arc authorised t announce the nmf lUtirrr A mew, f Wr-t River Towndüp, a a e:t!tll!ate fr County Auditor nobject to the decision of the Republican county Convention. HTlU it rememUred, that the II? publicans of Randolph County are to hold a meeting at the conrtdionse in...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 11 February 1858

C0XGm-:.HMIO3fAI Wni5CTo, Feb. I. Hmr. Tbc Speaker announce! that hr h.d appointed Mcr. IVorce, Quitman, Trippt Garnctt, Mott, Wortcndjhe an! Spinner a the select Committee to consider Ihr narration law of the United States, the reduction of the expenditure, of the GiiTernment, dn'ies on Import, and the ex pediency of a repeal of of alt duties on Im port, and resori e xrlnWr!j to ?ntrrn.l tax ation, pr?po1 tj Mr. TVitcc's resolution. The eor..drratlon of the bill, gr.thtinp pensions to oTi:cr and soldiers of the w.tr of IC1'2, wa postponed until the 21th of IVUru ry. Mr. Williamson submitted an anncr in writing and undr ov.h, saying that the rea -n "hj he did ii"t oer the summons i, th it lie w uti ! r the custo-lr of tlx Sheriff of New York. and could not leave without his consent, an J w.u m adricd bv his coun sel. It ha a!wj been hia opioioo, an! tili i, that neither llotnc of Conrres hi anv legal riht or authority to com;! aim to come before the Committee and dirulj'e pri vate t...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 11 February 1858

i uer. aim .sue u- louipviivu iu iiu- i.".'!! in.iuivir.'i in.;ve ... f ' I . !i v;t , C an amtfinu' k iCr .i mt.i fo,,l fr nil kind, of animal,, than thi 1 '. , 'v . i 1 r, , ! iVJ. r W c urc not surprised to kam U tvnuii for tle ir h-alth' i ,l ' ' " ' ' 1 - A IT fttit'tft.i uuiuuuuai IU!T I'Olt STOCK. - w- i r .. the str--ts lull ..i ifiL- aii'i iui laei. li. i -a-n ifr-m mar m" .ni mih-i ,,u.artttu-,. and M.t.r i e- ablv well, as no lt"at under tee. fecte-t l.ort and the rcmova lot tmaran. 1 'nU ' ' ' ., ' " - , !,,r was;;,,- their time in idler. . It ! ahd VaU'' wav! t.appear good is to 1-! n.eanor attracted the Mavoi's att.-n- Full. nftU it, and it n-inaim tlexilde tine. Lancet. I aTX "fltln eTera.1 veais ith most latilviii'' , " 1 " . , . ,, , . . . i .1 . 1 . , ikwuii" aid K pairing iloi.c tt -1 n-ds hut little to decide . itu, andhe one day called her inly j under the sevetet cold, and poees 7, i.r. " 1 c fflt.. Itu not cnlyu-ieda a ' - , , v, v . , 4, , . v . .i,.-! his pr...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 18 February 1858

AX 1x1 II Jvl 11 I If Inl - . LyMj uJ 1 l Ji iL. . oV Mj UJ lLal i A L-yin A.Tuiniiy cws)iiicr. Devoted io Literature, Education. Morality, Temperance. Agriculture. Local anil .Foreign Xews. the Arts and Sciences, Politics. Commercial and General ftilclliicnre. VliCHESTEJ?. IIANDOL'PJI- COUNTY. IXDLA : TMUKSDAV, FEIUiljK V IF, 18.S. NEW SERIES. VOL. 1. NO. 8. t..x I J r fiamlolpli Comity J oiiriiiil is rviu.Mirr I.VKRY TIIL'fWDAV .MOKNI.V. i?v ni;vKi:i.v & s.tiitii. OUR Tr'KMr. Tor Twrlrc Month", in advance,.... $l..Vl 1'or hit Mnth, in adxanre, I.W JtJpAIl paper lirrntinuel mu-n tl time u-icrifcd for expire. term.-- or .ivkrtijm;. One qiarr 10 line- t,tf ihertin . . .f 1 ,00 Kach aMitionaI insertion, Huartrr -olnniB tti- tear,. iAT,00 Hilf " ' f)a r.no 3 Lrjr.il alvcrlicnicnt; must lo paid for in Ha nee. . - - - Ji1- Cale-M a pa: titular time is specified, when handed in, advertisement" ill pib ihd until ordered out, and ch.irgid for ar rorlinglr. TI.MI' TAI! LIS. Trains runnin...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 18 February 1858

i i WIN'CHKSTEn. IND. I Thursday February 1. Vlf.LfM PflLt. Cktitx New-pa-rr Aerat, in Derby's m t tuiMinpr, South W4t rurner Third and Walnut St.. Cin ciiiQuti, it our Authorized Aijetit. Any ar rm;tnut that he may nuke with adver tisers iu the city, will It promptly carried oat. gxT Our reader will be an well pleaded -a? -ourselves to hear again from otrr alle Washington Correspon dent. "Amicus" had been dient fur a time; we hope he will kep us posted iu future. itirWc refer to the new card of Drc. McGtxsis, late of Dellefuntaiue, Uhio. The Doctor hai jut domicil iated himself and family among us for the purpose of practicing his profession T We are requested to state that Mr. Fu?mc will arrive in town in few days, permanently locating hiin.self amuiu iw for tl; practice of his pro fession, that of a Surgeon Dentist. jTTTlve examination of the classes in trw Seminary will commence on .Thursday moning. Declamation anr Composition exercises Friday after noon. The friends of the scho...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 18 February 1858

COKCSRfiUtttlOXJ&L WinitcTOi, IVb. 0. FrTr.Mr. Harlan prcxntr! the ere driitials of Mr. (iriniM, the nfw Senator frem low. Mr. Iup1s attempted to hrfnjj up hie Kanimrso'.ulion. Mr. Datis c!jecUt!. Mr. IhvigUe fcar reasons why the resolution should be eonaidt rri now. Mr. Pavis ob jected t the dictition, when Mr. Ikfula fired up an J proceede! to ppeak oa the fraudulent election. The Army Iltll 11 dicurd by Mon, Crltten Im, H.lc, II vuiton, and Vit. Adjourned. Hot: it. The II)uu had undrr coruidcra tioa a till am r.'Iat ry of to act (jt the lfty of pMfiifri oa boati propellrd hi ptrt or in de by it'im. Mr. Waihhum cf lüir.oi., urjred the necessity f r the jov st-e of the b:U, irin into nie details. Mr. Scott ar'il the necesait y of the pn- te of sonic such bill. Mr. Clark of New York, wanted further time t conid-r. Mr. Letchr rerdd the bill as a viola tioa of tLe Constitution, and interfering with State right?. Mi!" Taj lor adrocatcd new provisions to carry out the j resent law. ...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 18 February 1858

r.KYANTV .llrrcimlilf Institut, A I IAIN sT A Ml. NT ol A rAlllM ir.vi.. fire Upon thCltl Willen pill tliem i.mo- U,emue mros are noming a 7'cre' , ronstnMtlv OM inni and lor alo climr. at the i hn.hh.W.7. K. T. SINKI-'.U derer of I'arkei o -" ft?" ftfftvft 1 fcr -wr--- ft" ? V'"" 4 p 4 , BM.VhV ritcm ,t tf.i .Vn:n.... Und manured Van -be idieltered. and Art ' fortrcaVon.''. ThU .they dH-lin r(inCUUllVHl;r i M rioKlTTlrimi-.) V" j.Wc Vo.i can eYercisour .skill in The Dep. Marsha! admonished the 1 v ' - - . . . . . i niftlviiiiT oiiumM. '1 her U u lenk in verv pathetically tliv were resi-ti Jii tlt olden tituf, 'wh'en I w ft Vviili' i" mau than nWith'i hintern I I sought diligently for a man amon:: w j . . t declined ! enuiped, ran he brought into the field upon a' hört notice. Tbere are about fifty men in this Territory of the ,,ilhoTin" faetion. I ÜiäJirCCks..' 3lrUClV.ua. that Jill- j premise!.. Your hoiie t, very plnin, 'VrS2g 1 mi vZV n d remarkable, and thartl 'miii. and .yötir...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 25 February 1858

M.ANIDOILFIHI (COUNTY QU A Family Newspaper, Devoted lo Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence. W1NCHESTEE, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1858. VOL. 1. NO. 9. NEW SERIES. r J Randolph County Journal is nriLisiiEo EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Bv HEVKIUV A; SMITH. OUR TERM?. For Twelve Months in advance,.... $l.e For Six Month, in advance, tTAll piper discontinued when the time ubscrilcl fur expire. TERMS OY. ADVERTISING. One f'jaare 10 lines one insertion,. . . .$1,00 Each additional insertion, 25 Quarter column one rear, 2.",00 Hilf 35K) Oce " 55,00 tiT" Legal advertisements muat be paid for in adrarce. jfUnlc a particular time is specified, when handed in, advertisements will be pub lished nntil orderel out, and charged for ac cordingly. business prccforg. T1.MIJ TAIlLi:. Trains running on the Indiana;oUs, Htlfhurg and Cleveland Rail Road Passing Win chester ...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 25 February 1858

anDolpI Journal J r . ' i i t Z' , -J Z. LUK oua to the beat intercut of the commu nity, and that nonf hut a very bad man would engage in drunkard mak ing. They would t.c every moral mean!. My worü im t y oeeu, 10 prevent th establishment of any more "ginks of iniquity" in our midst, and for the i!trwtiun of those already established. They approve thc action !of the cfli. t r- f the last mating in I withholding it proceeding from pub- agem. They bad resolved to move to the "nearest tree" and "string him up" till ho confessed to their satisfaction. Ho had confessed it is said to some startling things already, and Paid that he had obtained a dollars worth of chloroform and other poisons at Cen- tcrvillc a few days before. Query; what does any druggist suppose such a mm wants with a dollar's worth of WINCHESTKU. TbarndJiT. February 25. t?i""WiLLUM iVLtt. Gennal Netripa-r-w AKnt. in Dorbv't new buildinjr. South Vri corner Third xvl Vlaut St., Cin- daa?i, U our authorixed Agent. Aar ar r...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 25 February 1858

. a Wauiiiotow, Feb. 17. Firmt Mr. Chandler offered resolutions from th Michigan LrgUlaturc in cj joitSon tithe aJmiwInn of any more s!ae States, and aaint the Lfxmpton Constitution. Mr. Houston, of Ttias, called up the resolution j rcstntod jcitrrdar, instructing th committee rn Konlfn IMatloui in quire into the nr clifncj of tho pOTtrnwf at euliIuhicK ft Protectorate orcr Central Amtrica aud Mexico. Mr. Wilw n, of Mim, thought that this Mtraur lin trj jropo'itiou w.i calculated to f tr a ptrit of fi!IibuU riim, and di.'rnce u in tho ui of th ciili.l wuM. Mr. lluustnn Unit'l that it was a prop option to extend our domain, but sinj.'r tj tent nur t.iaVhbor. He w. erpcaul to &!l.bcstiru:n,lmt thought the subject wotrhj of consljf ration, eprcillj as other jotr.i hTe dignion Central America. Mr. Miwn cbjcttJ to the reference, becauc the Central American States would justly regard it m an indignity. Although weak, ttey were eoveuign, independent taten, with whom we have treaties, a...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 25 February 1858

rmtnT.tirtf ft ri.A.vn.vc: nuriT tiii:ix. MV.ssr.. Kimn: A tho iou for planting trcs v. ill M).n I at hand nain, a few hint on flu; subject may not be amiv to the in;xpvriencol. I take it (or rante.l that every farmer In our glof icnn Vct, where the fin?st orchards rar 1 e ruUeal in a few years, urill nt neglect to jdunt At least enough fruit trc-vs to utipply his own wants; if he dcci, he docs nut yet know hi own interest, for what ean bo more delightful and refreshing than to Live a supply of thi choicest fruit all the year round, and drink the cider and wine of your own making, under the shade, of your own treL? Surely, if this were done more generally, it would do mure toward the cause of te:npeianrethau all Maine Liquor Law and other stricture together. hut hoping that nil of our readers are wide awake to the importance of fruit cul ture, let us proceed to business, and to do the thing properly, let in begin at tl; b ginning. hiTi'ATio.v e.r Tim .ru li.mo. Vor vour or hard, t h...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 4 March 1858

A O A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agricnltnre, Local and Foreign Kcws, the Arts and .Sciences, Politics, Coiiimercial and General Intelligence. NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1858. VOL. 1. NO. 10. V V Jill vy klj A. W u jj 1 Randolph County Journal KVERY THURSDAY MORNING BV BEVERLY A: STIITH. OUR TERMS. For Tweltf Month, in advnnce,.... $ I ,r0 For Fit Mmth, in alance, 1,"0 trAU paper 'l'mcontinued when the time sabscribed for expire. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One juare 10 line one insertion,... E-trh additional insertion, 20 Quarter column one tear, 2."V,00 Half " " r,oo One " " " &,00 CZ" Inegal adrtrtistraents must lr paid fnr in advance. JT" Unless a particular time ia fpecified, when ha.i!el in, advertisement will be pub lished until ordered out, and charped for ac cordinIj. usmcss 3Eiircctorg. TIME TAI1LK. Trains mnringonthe Indiana jolis, Pittsburg and Cleveland Rail Koad Passing Win ehester S...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 4 March 1858

brenne S) ex:'tcl at his pro it lar.iin tint I ft 4 äanio.lplj oiivnaI. -JsM COUNTRY. WINCHESTER. INT). m t m Thursday 1 .Xarch 1. Tcmpcrnnco Meeting. As mentioned in lat week's Jour nal, ierics of interesting trmpcrance meeting arc Icing held in-town ly the temperance folks. A new impulse hn been given to this cause in our muUt'l'T the late elcvclopm?nt of a plan to establish, in a central locality, a --saloon" to have more pretentions to decency than belongs to the miscia ble, low-grade, dirty whisky ho!e of our shameless and dilapidated but pcr scvciing fellow-citizen, Pace. The 'entorpiMj' wan staved c3 by the indignant protest of th? citizens in mass meeting expressed,' after, it is said, the "choice liquors" Lai been QTWiLLtAM Tnttt, General Newspa- said, t. rerAp'ni.ia Derby' new building , Socth oueht. v eJ cerner l.uri w .i..-. J- -J 1 cinatti.U our authorired Artnt. Anr ar- TvO, reports from a divided com- rtneen'cnt that he mir make .with a-Tr. mittC2Trere before the meet...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 4 March 1858

COXCRI-:SSIOIVAIj. i Washucto, Feb. 23. FtsaTt The till to amend the act of Mirch Id, liSI, limiting the liabilities of shipowner, was uken up and pased. Mr. Sell of Tennessee, presented Rcsolu tioos frwm the Legislature of that State rc pectlng hi? opposition to the Nebraska bill, Indorsing the Ltcom; ton CjnsttutiOD, and laiiraiting tint he oult ta rtsb referred ta the time that hx elapsed since the pass ige cf the U(o!ution and thought it would not do be the sentiments of the people. II. cl!iaguc, Mr. JAzion, replied and a rather anrr discussion ensued between then but hell wc do not tie em of suCcitnt gen cril interest to occupy our apace. M. O.-een asked ti hire the K 1211s bill niJe the orJer for Thursday. Mr. K ng objected. Adjourned. Ilacsr. Tue Iliuee wcutintoaCima'.ttee of the Wu j'.c ou luJua apjrjprutloni. Mr. Uurrouhi riiidictedthe North from the chirfc'ti of sectionalism preferred Ij Southern ientlenaeu, referring to statiatical facts ahoir ng the immense preponderance...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 4 March 1858

I'rowx k Kirr, Attonie!. Agricultural. carpet calls for enrropondin;; expense in .fo chair anl tahles, while a prct tv ingrain of gooi rolnr look well Mns use.l mostlr m a medium of ex-1 "Yon," aM she, -all know who 1 1 JO KN AI. ALMANAC FOR cluing, or for the purposes of luxury, am. You once knew me the mistro uhil! a wrought nail indicates a tunlv of one of tho lest estates in the town. PTnwth anl unlimiteil resource. Ikr-Ion.ee had a husband and five sons: enough for any country or city house j jorc wanjf cities arise, navies and woman never had a kinder hus f moderate Mrtcnsion. It i well tlnat. and the Irert place Incomes band mot tar never had five better or eli:cti.nc. h;u.mtlui ak- iianri.m; immi.ms inr. The cultivation of tate in honSc- holti arrangements h a znaucr ui r.u 1 ittl consequence. It moral influence .is not small. It preserves. the youn "from many trmptatiorw to Ion- enjoy ments, and renders home an attractive "spot. G 001 Ustc may show itself 'quite a readily i...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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