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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 11 March 1858

MANTDXO) COUNTY OWEN -A LAo A Family Ncwsiinpcr, Devoted io JHcraliirc, Education, Morality-, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign iTcws,tlic Arts and .Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intel ligeniT. NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MARCH II, IS.18. VOL. 1. NO. II. t BiiiidolpliCoiiiily Journal t rt-Bt.fnrt EVERY THURSDAY MOUNINO my iii;vi:ki,v v s.tiitii. on: term.4. Kor Twhc M-mthi, In a'lrsr.ce, . . . . $1,.V) KorHii Month, in idtanct, 1,00 tPAll ppTi d'ueontiuued whea the time luUcribtd fur in . THUMS OF ADVERTISING. One tuirc 10 linei one Insertion,. .. .$l,nO FIacH a-Milional In portion, . 2. Qairtir column out vt-ar, 2." ,00 Hilf ' m ni.oi One " " .. 5.V t"Jf Lepl adrcrti'.cment mut be paid for In dvanc". C7IT Unless a particular tlmr Is jpfcified, her Landed in, advertisement will be rub-lih-J until ordered out, aal charged fur ac cording! j. business prcctoni. Tim i: t a um:. ,Tnim runningoti the Indiaru;olU, l itt.-burg nul Clevel...

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 March 1858

r i 'OlintilL ! WRY! wixciiKSTr.i:. ini. mm , TUurUn .Irr-h Zjr'n.u IViftx, t;.a.r4l N, v:toi:lwlm rhiDiii, is vur iütli jriye! Avt.t. Anv ar fa ti rrnr nt tli.it hr m ty tnW; with adirr tin r io tbr cit , will b pruinptl cjrri.! oif, Wauled! A Ktcadv bov from 1- to L Mr of age that car cum well rtctr.nirK'tj tied to Icarn :1k; Drng i' Apothecary bnsines. Lnquire at the Drug A Uwk Store of W. I J. I'imtcr.. jt-T"Uur fi iends wlf ne.l dental advice or oeratiotiH will do well we l-dievc to call wMr. Iosdick, who is at present oreupyintf a room in our tillice jTiT l or Cooking Stoves, l'arlor Stove, Tin Ware und "all that kind of thing," tfo to Allen's, on comer of Franklin and Meridian streets. Mr. Allen is a gixA practical workman, accommodating and industrious, aird ought to rctrivc a good upprt at tlx hnd.s of thi roinmunitv, Trr him ulicii vou tvant anything irr his line. tT 'Hi rough the politeness and generosity of Messrs. Sti:waht and 1wkn, 1'ook arpl I"ajer dealers of Indianap...

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 March 1858

vom u r: ksm i o :v a i Wjiuim.tox, March 3. je IIort. -The H'iac Ji,i1 ijnlir cnllcr-, Ihmi the Senate' resolutions eotio Tiling the retiring Naval II ard. Mr. Wliitetey poke in favTeif the re- j Th'. a -ur.i tiee given by Calhoun htm Intimi, Mr. IrH-ix.-k pp.i-d. Mes-r. Win- self, a will a It Mr. Buchanan in Iii m d and Sewrl -ih adroevted the reo- nage, and through hi ebenen organs. Walk r bitn-n, an! it foully pieI by II majority. ' and Cl inton. Si itk. Mr. Ilammmd intrewbired a joint lledenied th correetnr of the Pre-d- rriution in tarr f Jav;ng the e.flic rs aii'l de nts a-'-rt ion tint when the slavery cl,iue rarr.n 'f ihr tpilitinn i:i search of l)r. j -ubmitted allaIone lht wj necess- Kaue tat th ame rate allowe-d fn the Prfarr. 'Iln rr rrr manr otln rqiH-rtioiH llir i The Imujt of luting atrioI tli e; jrmrrnor to te a. rilitn for twt-ntr vran, ivl orJ.-r of thr lo, the K;iias IM1. wachte, lie further flenieil that the Iaverv taken up. cTa'je wa.i eter fairlv ,-uI'inittI. ...

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 March 1858

Agricultural. HOW TO CLAIM TV sue; A It. f A I LI In th? first place, tl btu-Vcts shoul.l ,? ti.nl- of eooA whit; t in? or tonic cth:r gool clean material, un l at the comm.'nccmont of every mi gar reason, they hhouM be carefully Inishcl out, to remove any elust or cobweb that may have collect!, then iu.mers.ctl in boiling water, washed thoroughly with a cloth, nnl rinse I with cobi water. Storage and boiling apparatus thouM ro through a similar opetation. c J m The t ap should be f.traino.1 through woolen cloth aril evaporate 1 in liest ircn pans set in .such a manner tbat th; fire can only reach the bottom of the pan, an 1 tin chimney rarii:l up outside the building so that no smoke or fthc tan fall into the .ap while boiling. The cviporation must be as so.n atVr gathering a poible. Th" yrup must be passed through a wool en &trainer wh:n a thick an it can be made to run through wleti cold. t ' Srf V purpoie. I usi one made of the I ct Urmia iron, thrc? f?ct long, a little over...

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 March 1858

ÖWff3 ffiAroOILFH COUNTY .,'. If' 4 ; , 4 , -Jo A Family Newspaper. Devoid to Liioraiiirc. Ediicaiimi. Morality. Temperance. Airrienlliire. Local and Foreign News tiie Ails and cieiuts. Polities. Commercial and ton;! JiitelligeiuT, WJNCIJESTEK, KANDOLPH COUNTY, INDJANA: THURSDAY, 3IAKCII 18, IS:8, vol. i.o. rj. A'EW SERIES. r 7 7 it 1 Vv l? JiaiidoljiliCoiinty.Ionriial t n i Toiler KVKRY T!!I.KSIY MORNIMi itv iu:vi:ri.v v stiitii. nn: TKKMS. IV T!- Moiitlt-. in a!j r.. V. .it M'if h-. in sd anrf $!.' I .no Ml r ÜH-it1ni-l Im h Iii" lim ; ti I r il 1 l'r :r-. tj:i:m.- r" ai krtii.v;. Dur ,iimn- lr Ihir in-rl in $ I .00 rih additional insertion -." O-iarfrr enhinei one e;ir 'J."..'' II tit " ro. :ie ,"3W 1 ; I. -m I ad rtirtiMtit inn-1 !; paid Pr in ad jiiee. fi" I'liti- 1 jurtic nl.ir time I. fpeeitic d, vhru hui-b-d in. ah i rti- um nt ill te ui Jih-d until ordered out, and ch.ir;;id fir ac business liivcctoni. r i.m i: ta it i : 0 5? i3rjl;ri Train running on tiM' J'd'niiJij-olM, r...

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 March 1858

WINCIIP.STER, INI). Tkr4ar Marek I. roa arratwr xrrett. Ut Di-t. HORACE P. DIDDLE, of Ca; 2nd Dit. ADRAM W. HENDRICKS. of JeflVrAon; TrJ Pitt IMON VAXDK, of Marion; 4i Diit. WM. D. GRISWGLD, of Vio; ATTORN CT C t IU D. WILLIAM T. OTTO, of Hoyd. TRtASrar Of tTTC. JOHN II. HARPER, of St. Jv,eph. arwroa or it ate. alhert lance, of i2o. urcttTAtr or rrTt. WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Randolph. icrtiifTtinnT or rcBLic isrrRCcno. JOHN YOUNG, of Mrion. rkc Cbaaglatr Jlea The ter Cfia? Spring is bursting upon n.i 11 at once. It ii delightful to go ou in the Work l desert in th wilderness. Thc rrcent. 1 ions now arc perfect oases mid the general aridncss. We will never have a landscape fit to look at till we change The Ticket. An the time i near at hand when the nominating election ii to take place, it U proper to make the arrange ment for printing the tickets as it will require some time to arrange the names kc. Those therefore who wish their names placed on the ticket will forward thm with the pr...

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 March 1858

COXfRI?.S.$IOX Ali. I VAmtrrox, March 10. SrTr Th Sntf ed revolution paving th Representative- of th Senator Huttler, Bell, and Ruk ?ompfnnAtion fr pperial itMjon Until the day of their de ath. A dicuion enucd on Johnson's, of Ar kna, resolution to print 10,000 copies of J Ut rr patent report. Mr. Maon expressed himlf in favor of j Mapping the printing of the reports alto gether Mr. Urown, of Miiippi. "Stop the' fnnking privilege and you will get rid of II j Und, in hielt country it existed and was thee Wk No publisher in the l'nitcd protected by lith common and statute law S'ate would piblih thera if offered the j as far back an the day of Elizabeth, who c -py rir'ht grti.' j herself dealt in Slaves. Our ancestors Mr. THmM would ab-di-di the franking j brought the laws and institution of Eng prnüege. lanl to this continent as their birthright, Mr. Slidell uioie-d to jwstpie the epie-- i and lu nee Slavery was the common law of lion indefinitely. Lit. j the thirteen original colonic...

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 March 1858

il-r-s l.ilU. .I-; I'm, Vorf.. f.. r h -1,.M-. ..I UMIJiri llirill. ...f I. 't,.h.,.. Unn-n? ,; . '""Z'Zr.'-JU ' "" " "' I ntbrip ;i1 .In. i i .i r m' f V- In c i. .i-i. i.ii. notu. ii'mi ani kihikii nimnurc. rr..i ' " in.- . iwi.ni ..'uu-iii., i.n-ic uui j;- , i i Artmint oi .i..,i.-. II irne-. nri'iie. ' 1 Otlltr III, IC- m mockery b the fjli.it ICS of or- llavm- fanlUies njiwl to a,M eslabu-hment ,a VjriU f olhc. ,mU,-h 00tt,r..,u..t..men. elwb.re. . .1 , f.,ct evcrithin-bi lh-1 lineof to,inr-.. ' l)rTTr nri T f ris1TTsC, SUrifiilturaf. .11 .if or nii: rAicsinc. The farmer, a a farmer, Ouiill luivc aiun jeeuliar to himself. As a man, hcwhonhl have the aimmuuoii lo noble humaniiy. to be tni and honorable man, to rous frinl, a tnw? husbatu frank, manly, high mm an earnest friend and patron . nit, improvement; sotior, industrious honest, chivalrous genLd In temper, forbearing and forgi.iug. lint as a farmer he ought to have. beyond nil other aims those. jrculiar to the i,r" fession ...

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 March 1858

ifPiTrTTTnT Ao A Family. iTcwsj)iii('i Devoted to Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance. Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, tlic Arts and Sciences, Politics. Coinmercial and General intelligence. NEW SERIES. WJNCIIESTEB, 11 AN DOLI1 Jl COUNTY, INDIANA: THUBSDAY, MARCH 25. 1SÖS. VOL. I. NO. 13. V - i I I I I N 1 W US LJ JL l LL J j 1 "7 y Rniiilolili('i)iinly.Toni'iinl i rt;m miru KVERV THL'H.-DAV MORNING riv nKVKRLY V S.iIITII. OUfl.TFJI MS. For Twelve Montis, in advance,.... $l,"' For Six Month, in ad t ante, l'O 7T"AI1 paper i!icontinucd when tbe time afrrifil for cipire. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One ju re 10 line one insertion,. . . .f 1 ,"0 Eirh additional insertion, " Quarter column one vear, lUlf One S3,ik tY" Rcpal advertisements must Lc paid for in advance. L- ln I rM a particular time i specified, Len twreJcd in, advertisement.) will le pub li-hed until ordered out, and charged for ac curdinplr. business prcctori). ti.m i: taiili:. Trini running on the Indianapolis, ru...

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 March 1858

. .k.-......... ting rear 8ta!e, and not otherwise.- Th vrhitr man whether voti consent not, itill make tW State to Iwailmit led. And will make them II l Vi State. Wf mnt admit them, and H'lmit them nil free; otherwise, lliy ill Income indejctnlent and foreign Itato, constituting a now empire tu cntend with u fr the continent. To u-lmit th'M H a ?iin!, easy, an-l rutnud policy. It i not new lo u,or to onr timc. It lg.Tii xv i 1 1 1 1 1 vol untary union of th lirt thirteen. It run continual to go on overriding II ri'itAfi'M ever inv. It will go on nntil the end of the rntrt are th lrlT of the Cnion. Tint I-'-cotho rodaliorcr with our falloT, nod ven with our Nteritr throughout many g. After I inn-?, c.rnteinpl.v ting the. whole vast Mructure. com pleted and j rfoi tel. will forp t th date, and the era, and the individual ities, of the hnihlert in th -ir Micrivc generation. It will ne gnut K luMic, foun l'l l-y one y of lne- factor. I womler that tin I'n'MoVnt of the United State iiii...

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 March 1858

WitlTe. March Iß. ?tATr- Jut a our form wert ml .out made up last w k r nreive-d the account of Ihr proceeding in Cons-rcs on the lf.th.and prepirrd notier f thera for which we thought the re was room. Hut it turned out that only part of the article could 1 g..t in, which nude it rea 1 awkward nuph. The attempt to f..rc a tote on the Kn zs nrtion protected the Mssion all night. After midnight Mr. G re-en de-c.rsj that nnlrs. Lr r,ii. h.vc a distinct understand inj: that the tote should he taken on Mon day, he wouM go on. Mr. Cameron was, lisguted with thc-c fruitlrs attempts, rn'juirinj; who i the gen tle mm from Miouri, Mr. Green? I he not oir pr? I he th rumnuii'lir of tin Senate? Ar. - Herr nie little rju.irrel artxr between the two honrab!e Se nator that prewecde-d till .Mr. Grce n eallesl Mr. C. "a liar." The Speaker called Imth grntlcnnn to order and the Grow arid Keitt trge-ely was 0 r hearse-d. Mr. Gre 11 hid said enough to thr Senator in tli.it Chamber. Outside he wouM appl...

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 March 1858

the old iiunvixf;c;itotM. - ...- . Onr rale are twfet Vitfi fernen! , roe , Our hill are maple crowned ; Hat not frra them our father hose Tke tillage- twirjing fr-Miu.l. - - . , f , The dreariest in 11 ihr laod- To Prath they et apart; With acanty prace from Natuie hand, AnJ none from that of Art. A winding all uf m.s-. tone, Krt-flung and tredcen, liiee - A lonesome acre thinly prowti With grM and wandering vine. Without the wall a birch-tn-e ! It droops! anl taaselled head; Within, a tt.vtf-liumel i""n " h rrs Fcra-Uavrd with -pike. f red. TherfHpihatrrajrtl.rnrlnncpUin, Lk white gh.wts cornet an l go, Th farm-hone dnir h;s fetlock chain. . Tht Co Uli liakU !.. Low moan the river from its bed, The distant pin, reply; Like mourner shrinking front the dea l. The (UR'I apart and aigh.. Ensbaded mites the summer 'un, Unchecked the whiter blast; The scfxW-gir! learn the pi a e to shun, With glances backward c ist. For thus our father te-stifui! That he might read wh ran The einptineas...

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. — 1 April 1858

i a - " CD f - ' ' A A Family jVcwspiiprr, Devoted to Lilcriiliirc. Education. Morn lily, Tciiijioninco, Aimi'iilliirc, -Loral and Foreign Km, 'Ihr. Alis and Sciences. Politics. Coiiiinemal and General Intelligence. NEW SERIES. "WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, APRIL' 1,1858. VOL. 1. NO. W Ala 1. : li Randolph County Journal I rvti.iaucn r.VKRV THURSDAY MORN I NC IK DfiVKRIiV A: M.ttlTIl. Ol'K TKRMS. Per T el re Month, in adrance,. . . . $lö' Vor Six Month, in a-hance 1,"- tfT'All paj.er discontinued when tie time utcrUel fr ijJrc. TERMS -OF ADVERTISING. Onr furr 10 line one insertion,. . . .$1,00 K.ich additional in-crtion üi Quarter column one tear, '25,00 Hilf ' 35.00 One , W taf Ial adfertise mruti mut 1 piI for in Iraner. CJ"I'nlen a portirular time i Pliecitusl, alien handed in, advertisement will be jml lihed until ordered out, nnd charged fr uc eordinjrlr. business Dircctori). timi; T.vitLi:. 3o ,. -w ... . ! i 1 Trains nin ni ng on the Inlii riawlit Pittrnrg ...

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. — 1 April 1858

Stantolpjf , Journal. W I NC HE 5TK R , IND. Tbr4ay? . Iprlt I, rr txrrttnt irMri. lit Dist. HORACE r. DIDDLE, of Cass; 9od DUt. ABRAM W. HENDRICKS. of Jefferson; rd Dizt PIMON YANDF-S of Marion; tth Dist. WM. D. GRISWOLD. of Vigo; motirTortm. WILLIAM T. OTTO, of n yd. trrascrer or TTt. JOHN II. HARPER, of hit. Jo.eph. cmvo or state. ALBERT LANCE, of Vio. cctrTABr or statt. WILLIAM A. I'EKLLK, of Randolph. crtiiiTtintT or rvnuc mstr num. JOHN YOU NO. of Marion. jCifllon. O. P. Moiitox will ad dress the citizen of town and vicinitv at the Coart House, on Monday even ing next, at early candle lighting, on the political aspect of the times. m a a Itemora!. Mr. Foftdick lias removed from the Journal office to a room on tbe South aide of the public square, over Mr. HiAttM ton? where he can be consult ed at all timet by those wanting oper ation on tin? teeth and, tee think, with safety aad advantage to themselves. trmttd in different part of th State! EMER50.V3 MAGAZINE AND FIT- Xew (2ood...

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. — 1 April 1858

, u-.r. CO f II ESS I O A L. W siuGToit March 05. Sir. ate. The lnnlne during the morn ing hour wis unimportant, except on the presentation of A nti Slavery resolution frm the State of Maine. Mason ebjeeted to them in strong terms as disrespectful to Congress, Judiciary, aryl the President. Kesscndcn warmlv defends them, aayinj: th.it lie h:.mclf endorse! them fullr. . Seward presented similar Anti-Slavery remonstrances, tut couched in temperate language from the Secretary of the Friendj Society, assembled iu New York. The Senate Committee on Territories will report at once a bill for the establishment of ajudicial district in Ariznia. This deter mination was arrirtd at thi morning. Sen ator (iwin will more hi Territorial Hill as a ubtitutc, and supjrt it by a trong speech. Iverson mide an inrflTe-ctual attempt to takj up the Army Hill. The consideration of the Minnesota Hill ; aa therecjn re-sumed. Discu .ion nas resumed on Mr. I)nlas motion to strike out the iecond section, to the...

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. — 1 April 1858

il l. nit TAtiors orri rrtLts or C'n Trinke, IJuccio, Kttl- Agricultural. I' A-f'unm A j rum Umrißt: I TI.TI VATION OF f'HAS IU:itllII. The crfti 'ration of crnnbmies h t-en confiriol, aTnit cxeliiMvcIv, to New Knt;lan1, an-! chiefly to Musva c!iu.ctts though they have grown well, to some extent, in sovcmI other State. Manv have suppose! that this fruit foriM lc raifl dneeesfully only on the gait marnhos of the seaboard, or, at lcnt, on low, boggy lanlt subject to frequent inundations. We arc glad to pee nn interest springing up in tho cnl ti vat ion of this delicious fruit outside of Xer England, and are pleased with the evidence that it can be ricl in any part of tlr country, and on upland as well in low marshes. One species, the small, Kuropcan, abound, not only in northern Kuroj but alo on this continent, in Nova Scotia, New Jlrunswick, and along the St. John's river. Another, the com tuon American, is fmnvl in 11 tir higher northern latitudes, and from thence to North Carolina,...

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. — 8 April 1858

QU A Family Newspaper. Devoted to LilmitiiiT. Ediicalioii. Morality. Temperance, Agriculture. Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, APRIL 8. IS58. NEW SERIES. YOL. I. ISO. 15 Randolph County Journal t rt ii.iiHr.D KVEH Y THURSDAY MORNINC. II v nKVERLY Sc .Sil ITH. nun TKRM.. r TfKf Mnth. in a-lranrc,. . . . $1,.V) Vor Six .Mitth, :.u adiauce, U' Ct"AH paprr iicontiiinpl fthen thetini tub-cnl-! for cvire. TERM. OF APYERTISINO. One n'iarv 10 line ene insertion $IoO Kach allitinnal inrrtinn, 2" (jiMrti-r column one year, ,,lf 3a,00 One " " ' SäW I.rpal advcrlietiicnt must he paid for in alrance. L'nlci a particular time is .pecifie'd, ft heu Uaiulol in, ailTertieiniita will e ub-i-he-d until ordered out, and charged fur ac- prlinplr. Tim i: ta hm:. Train running on the IiKÜanapoIi., Iitt.-lturg an! Cleveland Kail Koad .Vising Win- ehester Station. Mail Traiu Wet , .6 in . 4 U7 . 4 07...

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. — 8 April 1858

1. 11 you wm 'low ' m? ine iit'whjiujier, 1 1 nave uicniv oi ii. jut wc na! luougiii ...vi., r.' i. ;.' i...., i . . , . k., ... : . ii-ui., u. i au..u...i i m. v.-u.h - . i,,-,..,;,, I lie morning was I in..uijnvi.i u r1'1" 'r11 0 . - nil Kinns inio nil' reacii 01 an. u'i - J - r -T il;mblplj; ouritaI. Winchester, im... i 9 m ThurdÄT, April . . . i I STATU TICK LT. rot trir. jriK;r. U D'.it. HORACE T. lllDDLE, of C-m; 5hd IX.t. ABRAM W. IIKNDUICK5, of JfTVrn; TrU D.-t-SLMON YANDEX of Marion; 4th !:,!. WM. I). C.KlSVVoLD.of Vi-..: ATToair.T r.r.xm I- ytilliam t. orn, of no,i. 7tr.rtr or TTr. joiin ii. harter, r st. j...rji,. ACWTOR r TTf.. ALT1KRT I.ANCK, f Vis. ni.rrrjiT or rTr.. WILLIAM A. rEELLE, of Randolph. vrxiTrior.xT or rrni-ic i-jrraccrioj. JOHN YOUNC of Mirion. " " 7 ,, . i T ' Importance and Value of the lresij U one of; the "institution" of this i they ever hare a pa ptr of. any value nrtpon.lMlitr of rrcscnt fa$t age. It is the great vclii- A BC CWJpupri- . i . . I c Ci...

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. — 8 April 1858

t run bv weicht or bv THOS. W A I VS. ...;.i.. 1 . . . .1 """ I I i.i) it fli,reu di..A u.i i i. . - r.iy..i t.: .o m iqij wii nc".u ii em ii immer "r crct.riio or YrsTtaDaY raejctrr'f. Wajuijxgtox, April I. llofjr. Niltak (It).,) favored the ad mU.Mon of Kanzas under the Ircompln Constitution. Ward (New York) txpre?td ioill.tr If WS. Edie, English', Farnworth, Fcntoni Folrt, Foster, (idd'njs, Oilman, (lilmer, Clonch, Goodwin, Grander, Groe-abeck, Grow, Hall, (Ohio.) lUll, (Mi.,) Harlan, Hmis (Md.,) Harrison, (III.,) Hankin, Hickman. Hoard, Horton, Howard, Owtn Jone. Kclbr?. Kelaej, Kilporr, Knapp, Kunlrl, (Pa.,) Lawrence Lrach, Leiter, lowjor, MeKib bin, Marshall, (Ky.,) Marshall. (III.,) Mat tes-n, Montronierv, .Morpan, Morrill, Mor ris, (Ii.,) Morris (Illinois) Mcrsc, (Mr.,) 1. ... VT r v t . t f t i M. rv a it,.! i ,..,1 i r.-1 ! i ' v, t.i. I.,' .i"w, .nurrav, mcnoi, ' Onn, 1 aimer, larkir, rendu ton, Pettit, vote ior me frtutf n.u. ne maini.iinni that the Constitution, under i...

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. — 8 April 1858

1 gUriailtnntl Frcvt the African Antic ullwrht. ctLTim: or Tin: oii. :ioni: HEALTHY Til A 5 OTIUJl Farmers are by no meaii.t exempt j fiom the tlioan-l ills uf life Tto-r icTkca and di., a ve II- & t-thvr jwuple. Hu-bsndry, a ar vailing. U h htlthv etie; yet tSere are exceptions to thr general rule. Farmers may overwork themselves, may wear unsuitable and inefficient clothing, may be uncleanly in their persons and habits, may in dulge nndne anxieties about their af fairs, and may give themselves up to the control of passions which are fatal to the health of evcrv man. And if they transgress any of these law of health, the fact that they are tillers of the coil will not save them from the penalty due to their mUadccU. Wc maintain, however, that thi pnrsuit is eminently favorable to health and longevity. It furnishes exercise fn the open air, wbich is one of the chief promotera of good health. All professional authorities and the expe rience of mankind at large, agrea as to the va...

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