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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 3 March 1859

IT TPTfTl A O X A Family Newspaper, Dcvolcd lo Literature, .Education, Morality, Tempera nee, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, flic Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and GeneraHiitelligcncc WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MARCH 1S59. VOL. 2. NO. 0 NEW SERIES. IL y jl j ll ) riaiidolpliCoiiiityJournal EVERY TI I r K S I ) A Y MO R N IN II y CLIXT. D. SJIITII, I'lt.uiier rnorniETon. OUR TERM.-. For Twelre Month, in advance,.... fl. t?T"All jvaprM discontinued when the time suWribcd for expires. TERM OK ADVERTISING. One qnare 10 line one insertion,. . . .$1 ,M Kth Mitionat insertion, Ututtcr cliinm one rear, 2j,00 Ulf ' " 35,00 )ne " " M ''i00 E5T"Le;r:l advertisement 4 rau-t b ruid ir in advance CöTnlfM a pirttcuhr time I specified, V)iii hand"! in.advertUeim-nt; will le pd jSfdird until ordered out, and charged fur ac cordingly. business iOirtctab T13I i : TAIIEi:. T3 it I'r ;;n rniiiiinoii the Indianapolis, l'ittshurg -jikI Clrwl.md Kail llojid Taking Win- ...

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. — 3 March 1859

V f ! ill CMUlUlwU. iof -r : , k. F. nicr.s.. FIMTOR. ! " UMvrM.r,, .x, ' " IM Hr.rr.I, IM. HirdnT. . unrrh a T' wnrci. a. r- . - 1 IVWMITH nut T1IF. JOFIIVIL. 1 ami N Ultam J . l'ciini, 01 iticii The tVHoir. U m li.t of names aifl the mond ; Afcaliel Stone, Nathan f iarrett, a.'.ur.t jtaid en uWrij.tiun to thr Kv ai,d Thomas Ward, of Winchester; tr-t.rn Cunu ;aihm.. luri,.; the It I Donininia Hunt, of Lynn; Arthur L . I Johl Tarier YVfxlrT I),,.!!- ..$1 .VI ... I r;. W. Clrrniirrr .. .. . T r.Ini F. n!Ii.hT I 7I Franci A. Wilkin,. . s .1 00 Jhn ff. Anderson, I ."0 P. J. JL J. W. Cot lorn I iO ilrnrT Van Tre-, . 1 00 Uo. W. IIUI 1 i0 Sfl hn Mtxtrman,. . . .1 SO John IWkJ 1 50 Jckon Ilowrll, 1 M Mrtin I. Pnckttt, .V) Kcnrr D. Iluffmin 1 00 Dr. C.ro. O. Jobc, 1 o" William Jone 1 50 Pmiet IVoj-prr 1 (Hi Elijah Wright I IK) Tarnpikcs Shall we Hate Them! No. II. In a former article upon this subject, we have frhown that when the natural rcsoureei of our County ahall be de veloped, wc sha...

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. — 3 March 1859

r i mtrnal. Thnrdnyt March 3. JtJT On. A. I Thai., of taxing tun, Ohio, has teen visiting our place for notne time, anl has finally tleter- minM to locate here. He has bought I the projerty of C. C. Monk, adjoin ing A. QncK on the cat, anl ex pects to l-e on hands in the course of two or three weeks. He comes well tecum mended. lienor Ilotibrrf-l91R Ntnlrn! On Tuesday night, 1st in.t., the duelling of .1 amf.h 1. Way was en tered and lobbod of a 1,700. The money w Township fund-, and a Mnall portion of it had been ilravtn from the Countv Treasury that afternoon by Mr. Way, who is Town ship Treasurer. On hi retiring, tlie money was placed under the pillow f a little: boy, five years oil, who was m 9 m 9 hleepiiig on a lounge in the same room where Way tdept. The house was s-ntered by cutting through a panel of hv kitchen door, so as t admit the liand and arm, when the cam fattening v.vs turned back and the door opened. The door into the hitting room, where Mr. W. slept, was not faste...

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. — 3 March 1859

iricuHural. ÄW-" lVotn thc (Imici-c Farmtr. Attrml to the- Manure5 llraj. Take cue: of llic manures and the crops will tako cite of tk'nvelrs i-- as trim aril as well wortliv of Leinir itriate! aii l reiterate I as Poor Iticli .ml familiar roverl, "Take c.-lrc of tin j'Miuios atil tli .3 ponn-ls will take taie of thcm-elvcs." More manure and Utter, sliouM be tin; watchword of every farmer. There is a very - i tliat ;iNin fo-I ihronrli tlie L'xly of an animal increases its value as ma lum". Xow, if we are to understand , u., u.a. ai.i somcuwug to 11 that it did not possess U-forc, it is J mistake. A given weight of the liquid ; ny m,TM excrrmeiits is worth more a j manure than thc same v. eight of the . iocxl, at e.mal degrees of dryness, con-! i . . i . r .1. : . .Ii . . i . . . sfim-1 by the animals fiom which thev i are derived. Hut it mut be remem bered that one hundred pounds of dry too l eaten by an animal fuinih s only forty pound of dry matter in the li.j nid and nolH excreme...

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. — 10 March 1859

TU) TQ)TT A I L A Lai XI J A o A Family Ncwsjinpcr, Devilled lo Lilenilnre, Education, Morality, TciiiKTiiiicc, Agrieiilliire, Local and Foreign A7ews, the Aris and Sciences, Polities. Coiimirreial and General Intelligence WINCHESTER , RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1S39. NEW SERIES. VOL. 2. NO. 10 MANDO) COUNTY ou lliinduipli ConiUy.Tourini I i:T.RY TIIt'KSDAY MOHNINC II y C I I A T. S. S M I T II rLni.isiir.il and it.oit.iutoh. nt'H TLIi.Yt. iorTwthc Mnt!i-. in advance,. . . . $1.V J "'.Ml ji;. r discontinued hen the time Ascribed fr ci;irc.-. TKU.MS OF AUVr.RTISINC;. One sipinrc l) lines' one in-crtion,. . . ..$ I ,bU K.ieb lili'in.il insertion, Ü Hiurtcr cul iima one ji.ir, UTi.UO li.iir i.v' Our ......'., J"" Lcg.il a Ivirti.-ci.-.' nti mu.t l pud fr in a'li ancc X3T 'f"l a particular time i .ccilo-d, M tir ii handed in, iidverti.-etmnt ill be pub lished until ordered out, a:. 1 charged for ac cordingly. business Dircctöni. t i y i: t a isi.i:. 1 f if r - .. - j ...

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. — 10 March 1859

..r .r,.... . .niMf.ii, ..r.irai. numuim miuck uij a-uunaoic JJantolpj lounial. .i:i)!TOR. WINCHKSTHR, IND. Thursday, ..Unrch in. iwYur.vrs rim tiii: joi h.vw.. The fülluw in ji n li,t f.f mihi nn.l the arn'umt p.id on ubsCrij'tin .to tl.c Kx unt.ru Corxrtr Joirxal. Jurin the p.r-t li. KoScrtlVur $1 S' KliIt Sliotnvikrr, 1 5') Congress lias adjourned with-i o-.! making any arrangements or pro visions for Postal expenses. There is only enough money to keep up this department until the first of July. Then, unless there U an extra session of Congress convened, and appropria tions ma le for that specific purpose, our Mails will m suspended. The President is understool to have saM upon one occasion that he wouhl not tall Congress together for that pur pose; lut it is thought that he was a little irritated at the time. One Wash ington letter writer rrpoits that he has since said he wouhl not assume the responsibility of closing up the Post Office of the country. A great lo.il of important...

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. — 10 March 1859

Itteiatuietlirust.byg'ntlcm 'natllietedj11" u tu-aiü tue Autnor 01 ..tun 4 Li Jlantolpjj journal. Thurila,, March i. jTy"'riie weather to-day (YYcdtier tl.tv) i delightful. The air i-i warm mil lalmy, and the Mm is shining; 1 rightly, niitl the ra nliyaly Leg-ins to look green. Arcording to custom, .1 . i . rain tnnv !o ext. tea to-morrow, . Stove buvers would do well to sc; if tiiat i.s so befoio they jtirchae ele where. iti?" Ki.tsiiA i tui::;rr, thj nnv 'ounty Auditor elect, took possesion t f that oflb e on Iat Monday. We understand that Thomas IJf.st as his ihoea D.'jmty is alo regulaily in stalled. UUMOVA!.. TlIoMAs Ij. SroTT U about to move his Saddlery shop to the building formet ly occupied by das. '. Knnis, north of the public juare. At his new stand ho may always be found on hau l with a line tock of Kiddlery and harnen. (live him a tall. iTiT M. .1. Pt-TMAN and Iidy, who have It-Mui spen ling the Winter in l.itoa Kouge, Iioni-iiana, h ive returned home. We are glad to le...

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. — 10 March 1859

V IV Mil It ttt V ' Vb', 2-isriJ STATT I roXTRir.fTOn. ainon tlio rrt, for Jrainin. 'Jli latter part of this month, hiforc the Spring plowing Lrin-, i a favorable time. The ground i-i free from much frost, and other lahors are not vet pttin. livery 11 of drain made will serve to help forward the plow ing, sow inland harvftin. The present is not tho Lrt time to u'tfr)tlne where drain shoidd be ma le; that wo will suppose to have lcn done during tlo la.t season. They arc wanted, of course, wherever the .tirface water remained last Sprin hindering the plowing and planting. ! They arc wanted where the water col lected and remained a long time when you dug post-holes late in the season. They arc wanted where the soil wav cold and stilf, heavy in Spring and l'all, and hard as a hiirk-bat in Sum mer. They are wanted in yonder orch ard, whcrQ tlw trees arc inosy and stunted. They arc wanted in yonder pasture, where the ground "gives" under your feet, and w here the gras.scs arc coar.se and ...

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. — 17 March 1859

i.tlmr u-ir.lt: Unidi-m-m A--i.it.: vn In ' .... 1 1. .... 1 - i' . i . 1 . . .l Ll lD A A O v A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Lileruiiire, Education, Morality, Teiiijicnuu'c, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences. Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence NEW SEIÜES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MARCH 17, I8:9. VOL. 2 NO. II T'tfTiTrTTTnT VI VI I I . 1 M LL JJ M V. Randolph County Journal I !ci.r KVKRY THURSDAY MnRMNC IJy CMslXT. I. S.TI ITH, run Liü Kr. and rnopRicTon. OUR TERMS. For Twelrc .Month, in advance, . . . . t?fAll piper li-cUitiuue! when tlie time ubcribed fur cx;ir. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One qiwe 10 line one inc-tion,. . . .$l,Mf' K.trh ruMition.il insertion, 2." Quarter column one vf ar, 2.,00 I Ulf " One " " 53,0-1 Z37l'"l B'lrtrtijf nunt.' must bj paM for in mlvanre tPUnlrM a particular time 1 pceificd, when han1I in, aiTerti?m-iit will te ib iirt until onlcreil out, an J charged for ac cordingly. business prcctorji. ti -i ...

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. — 17 March 1859

imirmif K tili n. f. Dir.r..,.. , ...KDITO.'i. WINCHKSTKU, INI). Thür!?, March 17. ivmi:ms ron Tin; joi k al. The following 14 a Iut of naincH an! the amount pH on fuilncription to the TIa" toi.rn Cm-nt JmtL during the rit MlttUci? Cotr.fr, $1 5J irrr Jriiktiii,. 1 T0 l. J. Maurr 1 .' Randolph C'Mitilr, ISO James K. I'outh, ....15) I).nid Ibl.hu k, J. L. ukthakc, 75 Arno Hütt, f Um Kizer, 1 M Simeon I'r.mln, 1 SO fie-jre W. Vanderburgh, ..1 W M. W. Montgomery ...1 Elijah Rjmev, ..1 SO Turnpike? shall wc Have Them! No. III. In what wc have said wc have en deavored to show the pecuniary anil commercial advantage that would re mit front the construction of Turnpikes in our County. But it must not be buppoicd tlukt tins is tiro only consid eration that is to he taken into the account in this desiralflo enterprise. Among tho first inducements that might be oiTercJ and urged with great force for the building of Turnpikes, are those of comfort and convenience. Who is it that would not pref...

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. — 17 March 1859

ff Ii 5 Jlantolpj; $mivnal. Thnrstlny, .ilnrch 17. " . snajtcoi a letter, ivriuen memy u-ais j . - l,v U. tt. t V. J.Tayi.o::, at centra-.., by a la.lv of great literal v Ii,- hWmSi arc of httlc consequence, wc diem .... Head IIknrv S. Lam MkcI. l"cr annum; mx copies, 81; ten copies j tiiu-lio... to 1. ro,ii. who has miicc it of great irt7t. f ' , .., :nfnro . Jrgraceloi.cof the most honorable e,f- " jou njoy Aliboc.a :t be on the outside of tin. paper. Ihere SI 'd. It h devoted to t ic interests . . . . , I . . si . ... t. nrr ... are a gol many excellent things in it. - .... IIorc Hill. c are prepare 10 prim norsc ;ii i .lack bills in a verv superior manner, j at reason tdde prices. Crrnl I iidurrniriil, Uea.t the new a lvcrtisemcut of .Ia.-j. S. i '.rroM in tliis paper, 'liiere t an no longer 1c any tloubt a to his thi terminatioii to sell toyes at wholesale prices. If any person wants a tove now is the time to jct one at lower rates than ha ever been o.Tere.l here lfore. We hone...

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. — 17 March 1859

Stiriniltural LISTEN TO AUNT FANNY. A Ilrend Dinker Soiree. Kp?. l'r.4inic Fahmep.: I think y .tir gentleman was mist-ken in say in; there iU not uu3 woman iu ten in tti Wet that kno'ti h'v to uiak.e ;I bread. There ore few good bread makers, but the proportion i larger than that. Let me tell yon a story When we had been married fifteen rear., haslAn-l and self were dining j one dar with a friend famous for ma Ling goo tread. Her bUcmU or light roll i were excellent. Husband bestowed kt compliment so liberally that I at last asked, (a little piqued, pet hap, for I am not blessed with a very good temper.) "if they were any better than mine." "You never have made a bit of good bread not real yooJ, Hie tili, since we've been married," was hU reply before all the .'liest. Mrn me apt to ay Miel, things to v. ivc-, without on'( thinking how deeply it ;voun 1. All tin; company took my part, and husband retleoined himself by saying that my "bread was voo.l, jgvxl enough for any on?, but Mrs...

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. — 24 March 1859

ffiANBO COUNTY TTCDW A TT" A V Family jcwspapcr, Devoid lo Lilcraliirc, Education. Morality, Temponinec, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, llic Arts and Sciences. Toliiics, Coininercial and General Intelligence NEW SERIES. WINCH ESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY. INDIANA: THURSDAY. 3IAIICH 21. IS:D. VOL. 2 NO. 12 1 I N A JJLU 1 l r I I ym ! I 7 Itanilolph County Journal f 44t'tt . KVKKY THLK-PAY MORNING By tfl.IIVT. IK S1IITH, riDUJMf.r. and iT.orr.itToit. nt'R TERMS. For Tf!i MntL,in advance $1- J"A11 pajwr di;oi. tinned when the time ul.eT,bed for t x m. TL R M 0 !' A I) V L RTL- ! N C, . One iure 10 Ilm- ,v insertion,. . . .$1,00 Ktch additional inrrti"n, ' t-burter column one yesr 2."W) Hilf nr,oo One " 5.,Of L"il adverti-teinents mint t paid fr in advance ZTf'Vnlfi a particular time l peeifi!, lin handed in, a lvertinuntg will b pub-li?hr-l until ordered out, and charged Tor ac--ordinal v- business 4 run: taiili:. Train runningon the liiIi.ui.ijHSU, Pittbur' and Cleveland Rail Road l'l...

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. — 24 March 1859

iV 1 I ufT11 V111 1 (UIUUIUIJ V ' U II l Uli y n. y. nir.c.s,. ...r.nrroR.; WINCH KSTKR, 1NI. Thursday,. Marc 21. rwMKvro fouthf. jh uyw.. "Iii f. .11.. in !i li.t f nimp. atiil t!if a-iHMii't mid -tcri.tim t thr- K i- iMurn Cwxti Jocnitt during the I1 Jlm Ifjrlm in ;.rr lliatt, t. luüM, . Nathui .Lnd nhM U .VI . I .VI . 1 3Ifc!iiai) imJ ALna A Con-i trust. It is not ur7roi7uUc lo take a ret rospeetive w.mv, occasionally, of the piwresv of the different sections of j our country, tinder the indrnce and management of Slavery and Freedom. In two voting States were ad mitted into the great constellation of the Union Michigan, with one-half of the extent of territory of Arkansas, challenged her Mster State for a twen ty years' rare, and named, as her rider, Neither Slavery nor involuntary ser vitude, unless for the punishment of crime, hhall ever be tolerated in this State. Aikansas accepted the chal lenge, and named as her rider, "The General Assembly shall have no pow er to pass laws ...

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. — 24 March 1859

s r--"5 1 $imM)lj Imivnal. Tburtlny, Mnrch 21. C7P Tr Cincinnati Tjpe Foundry Ad--rtiVitig and Colli iug Apr ney, i author ised to receive uh-.criptiom an! adtrtic menu for the KniM.Lni Cocmtv Joiaxai., t our rmhlMiHl ratr. XTl"ori will bo a joibli lie icnitcr- ... ........ 1 1 1 4 .1 . 1 aueu uuciin uem at. me couri House a next Momlay iiiglit, for the purpose if i'Xpreiii tlisappro1ation Atnl in liquation against all person who eil liquor as a Leverage, anl to take into consMeratioti how wc can, ly jutifi.-i II. . . i . e I I IM inaii', I in our coiiiiiiunity oi sucii!" IiiKr selling establiihmontH. Jamkh S. CorroM, Isp, wishes it distinctly understood that he expects to continue in the Stovk TnAir., and nutil times and circumstances change, lie intends- to sell at the present re duced price. Stove buyer will please i car this in mind. JCtT ln. A. F. Tf.ii, has returned ho Winchester, and tenders lis profes sional services to those who may favor Jiim with a call. J5T" Since our la...

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. — 24 March 1859

Agricultural. 5 sis Hint for the Time. f Ccrre'nJenc of the rrairie Farmer. We a:c to have an early prinj, V,, ;. hr U r.o rni-tako hont " t it: nt any rat-, whether or no. Um : will coon he h-re to ot Lot:t in real earnest the work of thj garden. It hre; the wruk ha. already legim. the j päd it hrihtrnin, th.? Itotl-cd at work, and other forerunners of Fim time. Could we induce a fevr moie to do a littlo gardening the coning MMton, or is it uc talking? won't tliev I c convinccil of tl profit nn l pleasure comlined, in having a. well kept garden? Must th3 field fence of the farmer still cume cloc tip to his dwelling? mi:A the pign still wallow, and the fowls still cultivate what lit tle g.trJen thrc U? If so, there is no! hoja for that homestead. Now i- th time to hegin, and first of all, with a hotted. With one of these, anv farm rr may raise enough to spar of cah tage, caulitlower, (one of th? finest of vegetaües,) tomatoes, egg plant, p'p per and Itttncc for his own family. One o...

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. — 31 March 1859

TIM i; TAU Li-:. M AMID CD fV Family Newspaper, Devoted lo Literature, Ediicalion, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MARCH. 31, 1S:9. VOL. 2. NO. 13 RaiidolpliCoiinty.Toiirnal If Ifüt'KO KVKltY THURSDAY MORNING nv c;li:vt. i. s jut ii, rvuufHcu am ruornicTon. For Thrive Month, In advance,... . $1,5' j f.U Tviprr li-or.t:nned when the time ml men bed for expire. TKR.MS OF ADVERTISING. One o,mre 10 lins one insertion,. . . .$1,'KJ F.irh fMition.il inrrtion, 2. Quarter edurnn Tie vc:ir, ,00 Hlf 44 44 " 3.V' One " 44 5.",00 ZfrLez advert;.. merits rm,t be paid fur in advance CTiy Uule a particular time i iiecifie!, tihfn hindril in, advertisements will be pub !iurd until jrdered out, ari l charged for ac cording! r. EBusiness Jlircttflri). es. Train running ou ttie ludiaiMUMli, I'lttour' and Cleveland Rail Road Pa.saiu;; Win- chestrr 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. — 31 March 1859

IlanWpjj Kranial D. F. I) Hi .KDITOR. WINX'HESTEIl, IND. Thursday, Mnrck 31. r.wnKTJi rim tiik joi'iixal. The following is a lit of nani and the unt'tunt pll on subscription t the Rax tLfii CoesTf Jovrial during the rut werk J.S. War $1 .V) OwfnO. Thnm m, 10 Jime V. Ixxkr, H Wm, I). Stone 1 M Wm. Manderbach, 'A Agitation. To tlios who arc living in error ati.l aro runieiou of its existence in themselves, th?rc is no word that strikes litem with as innch fear as agitation. To them its very utter ance is fraught with alarm anl terror. All the imaginary evils that couM be fall society, rie at once before the un easy victims of falsehood and error, if the agitator proposes to tlUturb the old fortress, behind which have irrown up corrnption and vice. It U better, they cry, to snbmit patiently to the infliction of wrong, than to disturb the old bastile which protects us. The remedy is worse than the disease. They may be conscious of existing evils that cry to heaven for vengeance, and the...

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. — 31 March 1859

ianbölplj Journal. Thurada), ... . .Murch 31 Vff The Cincinnati Type Foundry Ad rrtlinjr and Collecting Agency, i author ized to receive aubcriptiona and rrlir inents fur the Roholni Coiitt Joinat., at our puolithctl rate. Keliciou NolJrr. lier. J. N. Cammilm. will preach iu the Probvtcriati Church on next S.ib- l-Ath at half past ten o'clock, A. M. XtT The Spring trim of I. M. Mi Fahl in t's school will commem e on Monday, April 1 1 1 Ii. XiT Circuit Court nnow in fOMnn. i Theie are but vcrv few peoplo in at-'a l.if.ilitv (1. : l it will continue for three weeks. i ' XtT On next Monday our April! election will take place. There ate quite a number of aspirant for the offices- of Jntirc of the IVacc and 'onstab!e. rsomc of them will be elected of course. Those of the can didates who desire us to print their ticket, will pleas call on us, or have it done, against Friday morning. f)rT for Pike's Tcnk. Or n Kit Maiitin and Joiix Sotm.us left here on Tuesday morning fr i I'ike'n I'eak. O...

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. — 31 March 1859

Agricultural. Fruit Tier iifrr Miinld tary be Obtained. We e lip the following fmm tie 1 Vrn j lrub!iean ef January -7. nt, I al-e!' the remarks of tl? elite;-, I. L. J.ove latol : It lias Itvn wi-oby aM lint no safer rule can L a.!ijtcl ly u liu li to j'i:Ig'e of tlie future than 1 y the p;ft. We are all familiar with the muccss and failure o -atcrn tree-, in our commu nity. Thoti-atnU have Lc?n purchased an I planto?, au I it is safe, to jtnlire that of all tha tree sohWrom the Last in our State for th jast eight year., not one in twenty -five, a originally! plantcl are now liri'i" anl .such as I ' . . f. . have survivcl arc at tliu moment in an nnhcalthy !yin conlitIon. There are several reasons for thi: 1. Thce trees were groan on soils ! o hiShly vtimnlate.l with Kreen nures that the trees were in.lucetl therhy to make a lot-led growth, soft woo.1, immature in every particular, though they wouhl ensure the cohl of the climate in which they were grown j without injury, yet when ...

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