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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 7 April 1859

rv" -n ID A A V Piiinily Newspaper, Devoted io Literature, Education, Morality, Tcinperaiiee, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics. Commercial and General Intelligence NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER , RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, APKIL 7, 1S59. VOL. 2. NO. 14 rTTi TT T"RTnT r r Randolph County Journal KVKRY TUESDAY MORNIMS tly C'MIVT. I). .11 ITH, ituusniER n rrornitTon. Ot'R TKRM.-. rVr Twelv Month, in adviinee,. . . . $1,1 r?T".MI pip r tll-rnntiouctl when the time pncrihtf for eitere. TKKM.i OK APVKRTOI.NO. One iMjnre IO tinr n in-rtion,. .. .$I,'0 Ktrh additional inirtion, 2." CJurtcr column one vcar, ".",00 Hilf ' t.",oO One " 5.',00 I.ejral drertiement mint be paid ' fur in advance -IsT" UnleM a particular time is peeified, hrn handed in, aJ crtMctiiciit will le rul- . I Mini until ordered out, and chirked fur ac cordingly. business prcctorn. ti.m i: taiim:. 5. V "2 '"c-r Truin ruuniuou the lutli.ni qolii, riltfbutg mil Cleveland Kail Kad l'asui ...

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. — 7 April 1859

llantolpji lounral, n. r. in;r.s, fditor. WINCHKSTKU, INI. TfctlMdn?, pril J. IWYJIT.STS I'OK Till: JOFIO I The following i a lot of name ami the amount paid mK--n'ptJoM to the liOLMi CorrtT J.raxit. dnnn tin1 pad c k Jo.qh Hrvrtt Ie 'n.t.x J. Hull 2.0S JoVa Itirri 1.M John W. Hunt, I.-V J. H. Fitpatrick, 11 J, no C. Hnnl- 1.M The time, lias fully come when the work jucruiratory to tlic plnnting of the Spring crop should l commenced nnl i;;orony iiroectite!. A pod tloal of valuable work has alrcadv been done in that direction. Then; has Ik?cu time, since our recollection, when the necessities of the people, generally, were o great and so abso lutely distressing as at the present. Plowing time Is here, and many of our farmers, who have heretofore had grain to spare, are iiovv compelled to g some distance in order to procure fool for thcm-clve and the plow team. And thin has to 1 done at the vcrv commencement of the hard work ing jcaon. These and other obstacles arc in the way of 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. — 7 April 1859

fr t i Jla'ntolpb $mmi;tl. Thursday, Aprn 7. Z?T The Cincinnati Type tVindnr Ad vrtting and Collecting Agency, i anthor ird to rrtr'nf Mibcriptioi and advertise nicnt for the KoiMH.ru Coixtt Johxal, t our published rat-. IYpu DorrMr.xTi. Hon. D. Kii. i.or.F. has our th.mk for Congressional iilol.KJ and Appendix and other valua ble documents. Ml 1 M. W.w and .!. Fini.ky Dr. km intend to commence a school in the I tick School Houe on Monday, the lSth itist. We second the motion. - - JCfT'llie Hon. D. Kiia.oiiF., M. C, addressed the citizens of this place and vicinity on Tuesday evening. His speech was a' satisfactory indication of his course in the last Congress, and a bold vindication of the leading doc trines of the Republican party. We especially approve of his able defence of the Homestead and Preemption bill. Innd for the landless," bhonbl be the doctrine of every Republican. It is the doctiine of every true patriot and philanthropist. Mr. Kilgore was one of the few Republican wh...

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. — 7 April 1859

The t!ht!.n. I.-tli- nitiil nii.i fa il:r' m)il ,n ir j,1vc icn jint into th? crl- fck! . !lu!;irti-u.'! P,!-.of i!.eirn-..iu?m..ni:.,r-,r..i.c lnVst(Mj,HH ;n. n.trrj rir; . . , . Ai. !onth-!rvrnilil.t thy fl k .o -hom. l!u-n o owr th-? anim.ll fim .-tions, nn-I AimI m t!- t Iftli he n r-l tl.v l40f-tiii? , iis jilao in tlf iif f the zli;r.- r rn. 1 mut 1 -tu Ii' I, tu i i time of .. .. .1 . .1 . . . .. lu. all III I nil. I - SUricitltural. 'Krtn American A riculmri-f . J .'frrh. tdit turn inr pi.mi -n .i ...... i ....:. .i. i l ' it- utlfrtil'i I roniif 4'i i.um i ot iiitu, Au-J'n ions to w,e nillil I Hl n i(inra; j Hut to tfct virp:iiUalltmjrojKrous prove ! T!...nK.n.r,ti..M -l,.!,lin n,,!,!,,!!,. ' r-Mv.j lUfUS 1 i e arc a -custouF' i to look upon the' old onr'iis of classic days as rel-1 Th" superstition in regard to Friday ten of a decayed superstition. Hesio I ; is as widespread as tluj Clintian u lo, nA recon! th" popular faith of ligion, an 1 is un louhte lly owing; to Iiis ...

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. — 14 April 1859

( ' MANSW n wren IjJJl IQj COUNTY Ao 1 A Family Newspaper, Devoted (o Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and .Sciences. Politics, f'oininercial and ficnrral Intelligence i NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, APRIL II, 1S59. VOL. 2. NO. 15 ? Randolph Comity Journal 18 IMt'Kb KVKRY TU l 'KS DAY MORNIN Ry C Tj I IV T. D. .S.TIITII, rcELinnn Ar rnorntETon. OVll TKR.M.-. Kar TVrlve Month, in advance,. . . fl,4' J'All paper discontinued when the time f ascribed for txpirc. TERM.-? OF ADVKRTISINC. One pure 10 line one insertion,. .. .$1,00 K.ich nMitionl insertion, 2." Quarter column one Tear, 25,00 Half " " 3-V)0 One " " " 30,00 CSfLefcal aJrcrtijcmcuU must b paid for in aI ranee tip UnleM a particular time U specified, when handed in, advertisements will be pub lished until ordered out, and charged fur ac cordingly. business prctt0rg. TiXK TAULfi. Train running on the Indianapolis, Pittsburg and Clereland Kai...

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. — 14 April 1859

n. Journal. f. nici:.-,.. .K.nrrni:. AYINCIIU.HTUi:, I Nil. Tkwr , r t it, JCff A Southern disunion conven tion Iiih been ca!1 hy tlic hvlin lcmorat of the fatilf States, to meet nt Vickr;fi on the ninth of May tt. Mits. lelow of IMiiinna, MeKieof Mississippi, Pryan of Texa, Yancy of Alabama, and ChasP of Plot Hu, are anions tlio.sc who have med the call far thU concntion. Whenever there i-i ft tn'tin? of a hati'lfiill of I irrioniar Alxditinnists in or near Ioton, the entire lctuo ruti at once commence an tin- rnrthly howling, anil, with unbounded maliciousness, they charge it upon the "lilack ItVpiiblican party." Tlic cry of treason anl ilinnion is heralded forth from every Democratic press, from the New Yotl l;rv Uook down to the riht ly ten sheets of that rot tm and coTriiit party. liit now that tbvrcivA disunion convention called by tnc C rand Savatis of th"ir own party, we wait with anxiety to see what tlirv will do. How, like lumh hos xv they l? Mlent. Jtt?The I.vnehbur- V ir...

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. — 14 April 1859

1..'il l ,1 r . 11 1 1 .,' . . ' . i t ' I . 1. . . . r i to i) t r ! r ;uii)oIpl) Thitrtlnr 1 1 I fill I'll ill . .April II. The f'incintnti Typ lhmndry Ad- crt'sin;; ml (hdlcctin;; Agency, m author ized t' receive ulcriptiotn and adcrtis mMii4 fr the II tioi.rn LtcTT Jt -rial, at Mir pildi.-1icl rate-. Kcv. I. H. Payton lias licen ap liintrl to take charge of tlio Win chester Station M. II. Church. IJev. S.iMt r.i. Lamt. of Oakfonl, Howard County, i- nj'pointcl Presi ding VAAer for this IhNtrirt. Don't forget tlic Cortioratioii KIrtion. .,, JtV Common Pleas Court com- inenccs Monday week. The present lr term of the Kanloldi Circuit Court will close on next Saturday. - . . - - - tT Tiiomai Wakii wishes it dis tinctly undi.Tstood, that he has not only ftot mn' furnishing goods, lnt that he is alo prepared to exhibit to tho Iadic a very beautiful atsorment of joods In their line, an I at price.- that can not fail to give satisfaction. JIc has aUo a new supply of hard ware. X?Mr. JosK...

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. — 14 April 1859

Agricultural. (From the Prairie Farmer.) Sped Time. 'IV careful, intelligent fanner nec.N n one to plan for him. or tell what to .1. r when to lo it. He in irritant, often un.h r the "milk an.l water a I vice of editor," an.l with reason too; for. tloc he need to Ic tohl what to do? Farms s.jeak for themselves, and crops are most persistent tell-tales of the M lt. tArlil.'L til ft,.. 1. l.nnlk milUnVI 111 Hll.ll HO. IMR VII . , . ... j iivjiv.i. uw' i uui iciiuiiu mum u cerntnent to judge of the fanner's forecast rr capacity for timely and economical cflWt. It in folly to sup-1 pose that a low priced animal is the most profitable to buy for sdoek pur poses, or that a cheap way of doing things hrins in return the greatest profit en the money invested. Con cisely, plowing should ho thoroughly and thoughtfully perfrnie 1. Tlr; con dition of the soil, its character, its sur face, tie kind of crop should ho taken in consideration in performing the fun damental progress this primary movem...

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. — 21 April 1859

(MJffiNA LmIT JJjJ O A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence WINCHESTER , RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1S59. VOL. 2 NO. 1 NEW SERIES. v JL. I I i i - r Randolph County Journal is istrcD KVERY THURSDAY MORNINC5 By CLIXT, D. S.12ITII, itBLUitr.R and rnorniETon. OUR THUM.. For Twelve Month, in adrance,. . . . fit-'0 37" AU paper licontinued when the time subscribed for eiiircs. TER Mr OF ADVERTISING. One square 10 line on incrtion,. . . .$1,00 Each .vMition.il insertion,.... 2." Quarter column one tear, 2T,IH Half " 3-V 0i " ' " f?TI.al advertisements must b paid for in advance rSPUnt a particular time specified, when har.de! in, advertisement will be pub-li-he.1 until ordered out, and charged for ac cordingly. business piutonn CAREY S. CiOODttlCII, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Ojiic 1st Floor in Xcw Jail Building. Will promptl...

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. — 21 April 1859

'1 V 1 f Af i I I Tim ft 111 IT UmtVnn i "1" " . ,V ' " ! Winchester, im ....... i THnrtdar April 21. I ike Itroad Ale nod O. P. .Morton.: The Pio.td Axe of April 16th, i nnt in a Ivr.thr article u-nning it tutnre pillion, and ndvicatiii the nomination of Mr. Mor.Tox for Gor rnor in 1 This may be all well 4üongh, thongh vre regard all ofita tivn in tint direction, at so early a lUtc, as piematnre. And while rrc wonM not say one word in derogation .f hi known abilities or unflinching derotion and intcrity to th? princi ple! of the Republican party, we do net think- it light that any thing shonld Ikj aid tint miht havo a tendency to place anr oa cUc. or any portion of thc n.'publicau clement, in an unfa vorable light before the pnbltc. In peahing of the politic of Jadgc Morton th? Broad Axe tn.ahc use of the following language, thc meaning r.f Which . a applicable to RepuUL an", nc arc unable to comprehend : 'Hi view arc at rn:e comprch:n- rirc and safe, an I while he is not one e .t ...

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. — 21 April 1859

4l:mhnlnlr fmmnl sv 3 hurUny,.. pr 21. tVif The C'mclauiti Tvc Tyuuilrv AJ vrrtiin;j Mid Collect in; Agency, U tuth'tr ii-d to rcci 'n f ul-rintinn a nl rvhrrtbe . . . t...,. . . 1 .... ; I i our puuiisiM-tj r.ur. iti ti . - Xtr . 1. .Smith ami family h it j ... , . r '-, i hep on i''lii'...I.iv,f rovr for n il- s m I Imn-hurtf. Ohio, where they expect to! meet a l.irc circle of relatives nnd j liiend, which they have not e.-n for' .,,..,. " ) a XfT()n tlu.Iire Ku.ion'H return . C. T ... r: l. . .? ..--a. "iiuiuv muL iuz c.uem oi i VI:ohftiT il 1 i'Ytiprf h n ,1,1 . .. - . - upon nr .ui.jert c turnpikes 'IlieJ.lrr th- provisionw.f the law. a,c 1,1.1 1 general mpreion is, that his Mean proof of title on th' puit of th-. claim will be pM-tty well jJtel tip hv the ' time hen tmnn. m that we nnveipect I omethin to the tomt. 1iioma.M. ..i .. ... . . IllioWNK, is exiecte.l to a.hl some rc:nai k iV wav of exhortation; also to give thc rate of pect, traveling n nth in a two-horse w.itjon. H...

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. — 21 April 1859

Agricultural IIntr lUnt n Sprinjr Work. Fnm the Genesee Farmer. Clover Seel on Winter Wheat may be sown any tine thi month. Fiost .Iocs not hurt it, wile it has gcrmi natol. It may lc sown on the snow. In.hf'l. ome suppose there is an ad vantage in o doing the ?now, as it Trieft;, wahin; the seed into the the ground. Unless the oil and weather arc very dry, however, there l ...Ml i little danger that the see I 1 1 1 iiui germinate. The wheat plants afford j s tfticient shade and moisture. Ast year, the weather was remark nbly warm early in the spring, follow ed by protracted rain and cold. Much of the cbtver seed sown earlv had tartetl, and the young plants per ihd. To avoid mich failure, some of ur lt farmers sow f ait of the .seed say the tirt week in April, and a.iin about the 'JOth. This s double labor f sowing, but it lessens the rik of failure; and when the cond sowing is crusNwi.e, it secmc a more even distribution of the scel. It U well to sow a bushel of plaster jt aere, fo...

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. — 28 April 1859

J) A do A Family Xcwiipcr, Devoid io Lilcralurc, Ediiralioii, Morality, Ti'iiiiimuiec, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, APRIL 2S, IS59. VOL. '1 NO. 17 TTTDW A u V n u A x vLy I LL LL r 7 i1 liiiidol)liCoiiiityJoiiriiiil l irru KVKRY TIICUriDAY MORNINi; fily LI.T. I. .11 ITH, ItT.f.lSlIF.rt A NT IT.OIT.ICTOI!. OUIl TERM-?. For TVrlvr Month, in advance,.... Sl,.d r?TAIl pip r. discontinued hin the lime subscribed Kr expire-. TERMS OK ADVERTISING. On .iiifr lo line' one inrtIon,. . . .1.00 I.icli 'Mition.il in'rtion. o.-, i Q itrttr column or year ........... ".00 ) Hilf One " " W,00 tfT" Ll lTCTticmcnta niut be paid f-r in advance Jf2T" t?nlc particular time a freelfied, when lumled inf advertisement! will be ptib lihr.l until crltrel out, anl ch.irgel for ac cordinply. business prcctjDrD. Attorney nnl Counselor at Lnw. Ojfue lit Flvor in Xcic Ju'tl UuUd...

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. — 28 April 1859

Ifonnial. i. w nrainv...... t.pitor. NVINXTIKtVTF.li. IM. Thnr4v, m - v I Li W TheFchCrrw,.heSUrrTr.dr,r,r.L,..M:... .'I' . w ' ,,!, f..r ! Air! pretliclM la.t lall, the p-, tain arid rrew of ihr l.tver l ijö b.ic' ue through the fotmalitv of a trial : kit iitv n't iikiii and found riot gwiliy. 1 lii i done ntw it list aiidirr ibe ves.-.cJ was taken ith the utoleti A fi . on boaid, ith Cap!. TutrnsU'l and cicv coui- rnii Imi ' Iii" rr.w . nil ü lilil ft l I. U hen wc told a I ... " irauing iA-i:rK'iai oi mr iuuiiij uiai , tin uouiii uc iuc result, iii.ii a courx nold ivrt be fouu l iu thc Southern tate, uherc Demo-.Taev reigned tri umrd.ant .but ,r..U f. , , ..... -w...-. i.i.i mi - ' i n iiii pirm-r and indict thc palt v, he bo- j for President, and Edward Bäte. c j deiuplioii. Buines men should there-riaiM-m indL-nant and ru.nd n, ! MUsouii. for Vice President, for thelftjrc Ly on tIieIr t'ard against this titittteattirexl vituperation upon tu for ' . " i - KCU llitUimtlhg that SU...

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. — 28 April 1859

j i i; cb- , , r.ln r,Vwft!,t J'J i'.--:. I IIV AVAM , X I J 7 IF f s V lanblpl; journal. Thursday,. . April 2ti. Mc!c Arqnhird. Tlie C incintiati j;ijor of vcs-terdny t;iomin announce (by tcigrajIi) t lie iiei-uittal of Dan. K. icLI-, lUi jtirv Leing out but forty minutes. -a W - Trrapc riinrc Lecture Irof. S. M. Hewlett will probably address the jvooj.Ic of Winchester and vicinity, on tin subject of Tenijr micc, on Sunday, May the btli, in the Afternoon. He comes well rccommcndc'd. Head wliat the Indianapolis Uaily .luurnal ays about him. Sums of our folk have heard him, an 1 av that he fill the bill; Wt heard Trof. Hewlett Lecture on Monday evening, and venture to ay, uch another nan never delivered in our city, before, for hr.rnor, for satire, fur eloquence, for power of declamation, for aptness of illustration. The an nals of ?peeedi-tu:ikiii hcra know no parallel. His idc-hking a levdotes, hin tuimicry and mockery arc inimit able. iTfT" Our Quaker raising and pro clivities wou...

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. — 28 April 1859

Agricultural. Lock In Her Keeping Jtobber Recipe. CorTf?"r.JffcCr of the IVa:rie Farm r. I ami hvir a tat romplaint a' xv.it keying bee, to make them piy. An U offen.! I. "I have !.! b.d luck. n.l r t, vr 1.4.1 anv link m keet'inir ' I t i . " .. v . i a !,' N tlm t ranze; IS o. not at i .11. ' Hon- could thV hare luck with a crop of corn if you planted it and never went to eo it till you went to gather it? i that luck? No, well jnt o with bee.; they are put in the hives and left to do well or ill. Now, i'riead of lue1:, look to your bee; the iliys will soon be wann enough for them to fly out; look at once and see if they have honey sufficient to carry lh.m through the cold March and April wind; it takes fevcral pound, my 0 or more and 40 would be bet ter, for thy cuntume a great deal more now in tv months than they did in the last four, for they arc raising large quantities of brood and outside feed i c;ircc. If not enough feed at on?c a Jew spoonfuls will revive a weak hive and Ma...

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. — 5 May 1859

OTONA Luir MJ 1 I II I I I IX XI II I o A Family Newspaper, Devoted lo Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial mid General Intelligence NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH. COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MAlr 5, 1S59. VOL. 2. NO. 18 Y I Randolph County Journal IS HH'ED KVERY THURSDAY MOU.NI.Vrt Dy CLIItfT. D. S .11 ITH, nnuiiir.a asd rnorniETon. OUR TKRMrf. For Twelve Month, in advance,.... $1,1 t?TAll piper discontinued when the time subscribed for expire. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One vjnare 10 line one insertion,. . . .$1,00 l-!ach additional insertion, 2-" Quarter column one Tear, 2-Vf) nir " n:,no One W,00 3751 advcrtwemcuU must b paid for in advance tPUnle a particular time i specified, shen handed in, advertisement will be pub lished until ordered out, ami charged for ac cordingly. smcss n .CAREY S. GOODRICH, Attorney and Counselor at Lnw. Ojfice lit Hovr in Xeie Jail llmldiuy. Will promptly attend to ...

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. — 5 May 1859

! Mcca,1 r.l : n?nie oi.nr.T, widmt cikcvlatkd, an l H. Y. PIGCS,.......... r.PITOR. WINCH ESTEN, 1M. Thartda, If Jer fie Journal. I master had already made a great dealj ' Bto Koc;r, La., Ith. . , . . , . , tviUTE M-VM- "O, yes." aM tdie, "a great deal of Em Jikkal: lauding al Baton money, but I am pretty nigh done Uuiige wc inquired for a boarding old Kity pretty nigh dun gon." T tk rmmm oftkr Joorl. 1 hae thi day sol I the tUMmmi l.'orMT.fotnx u. office tn our esteemed friend and fellow-cUIr.ru John W. . .UnsAs. 1 ui tranvactioti may t.i mmv ft! von. WlCXpCCted. Hut: . house, and were directed to one kept by a Madam M., an old French Cre ole, (the term Creole originally meant The Step in Advance. The Washington correspondent ofi the Philadelphia Press write : 'Every day multiplies evidences of the determination of the Southern pol iticians to force the Democratic party upon the doctrine, that the people of the Tciritories shall have no rights over the subject of slavery, and that...

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. — 5 May 1859

äonnutl. Tharsdnr t 3ir 5. t2T Tb Cincinnati Typ Foundry Ad vcrtising ml Collecting Agency, U author jred to reccire subscriptions and advertise ments for the RiNictrn Cocntt Joirial, at our pblithed rate. 2T C I. mith, who closes his connection with the HAsrxji.ru County .Toi-RSAt. with this issue, left this place on Tuesday morning last for Wil liamsburg, Ohio, where he will remain for ten or twelve days to complete otne Lusincss. arrangements, prcpar.v tory to his permanent removal to that place lie then expects to return to Winchester in order to close up his j cutManding business. All those who! know themselves indebted to him, arc hereby notified to c prepared for sei- tlement br that time. His accounts I must be clo.scd tip cither by cah or by note, so that ho can atisfaetorily adjust hii own indebtedness; and he is determined it shall be done speedily. A word to the wisc is Rufilcicnt. His notes and accounts are now in the hands of B. F. Dioos, with whom nettlements can be m...

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. — 5 May 1859

- Agricultural. Advice A Chenp Article From tle Trairie Farmer. Advice i it? there h no market for it, ir. The people won't pay for it, will not accept it, much ! h-ed it. We know letter ihnn give it. Wc are not going to say "plow now,' put all your forces to work" not if it is too wet, not nt all, for wc believe it will 1 done. Wc arc not going to unggest that it is well to look after the ewes anil thcyonng Iambs during the.-c mid spring rain we will not advie the farmer to feed his working tean s regularly and free that they arc well groomed nor remind him that such a course pay and i essential to their health and efficiency for the spring la bors nor insist (though wc might) that the collars need to lc kept clean and oft, the harness pliable, and that cold water is an antidote fur tsorc breasts, and, if used properly, a pre ventive of scratches nor will we waste our ink an I labor to advise par ticular attention to the fences as a means of insuring good crops and good fueling amo...

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