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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 20 May 1858

CWJMTY MOT LJlr ILL A. Family Newspaper, Devoted lo Literature, Education, Morality, Temperanec, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Polities, Commercial and General Intelligence. NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1S58. VOL. 1. NO 21. V, r 7 Ka mlolpli County Journal is rui.uiir.o FAERY THURSDAY MORNING IIv IIEYEKLY & SMITH. ovn TKIIM.. Fr Trif M'ntli., in advance ,....$ 1 ,"1 For Sit Month, in dtanre, 1,00 C'All prr dimntinucd hen tin- time ubcrio-d fr eijHre. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oaf vjuare I0 line out insertion,. . . .$l,oQ llich additional iusertiou, -J Qii.irtcr column one vcar, 12.",n0 Hilf 3." ,01 One " " " '.,,( Xff Iepr;il 9 Irtrtbictacnti tnut be paid for in advance. Uules a particular time U peeifled, ahen landed in, advcrt'ne-m nt w II be pub-ili-d until ordered out, and charged for ac eort'ui:lr. business Sivectoni. ti.m i: t a um:. Traim runtiingou the Ii.diu.iiiH, Pitt-sburg and Cleveland Kail KoaJ lL3iii ...

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. — 20 May 1858

nan; ana numanuarin, mi icgany lt .l, .i,,!,, nnt Vnnd t.-. 2hnWp(j lountitl. WINCIIKSTEn. IND. Thursday,. forth of a triuraphint itraiq of music from ban! accidentally passing. MAn4 yon, gentleman of the jury, arc asked to imprison a white man because he hold the si me opinion ja ...Mar relation to Slavery tliat wan propaga- - ted by a Kefctrsrky Court. trTATK TICK irr fOTerergwty Ohio would 1 i -rrttKt jrocn. destroyed, by the admission that a 1st HORACE T. MDDLE. of Cats; slrre ent to a free State become a vi P:.i AITRAM W.JIENDRICK, Qn hig r?tnrn 0n (hat ."r! Diit "WON VANDESr of Marion; principle. Kentucky could pour into 4:h IHWM. D. GRlSWOLD.of igo; ATTOR-JCT'Crtt!.. WILLIAM T. OTTO, of Klo.. Tirmr or t-rTr. JOHN II. HARrKR, of St. Joseph, aenrrsa or state. ALÖSRT LANGE, of V;go. rcrrTs.r c statc. WILLIAM A. FEELLE, of Randolph. crtai.TttotT or rrnie fcrraccno JOHN TOÜNG", of Marion. Ohio" 20,000 slaves and do away with ! our free labor. "It an owner could end his slave thor-...

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. — 20 May 1858

jSaituoIpfr lonniiil. XiT'Tast an wc ro prc, a "tele gram" is rcceivc! from Mr. Alex. White, who is at Indianapolis for tlio pnrpoe of negotiating with the Iiail roatl company to haul that gravel uj on the road. The arrangement in ma-lc ani Friday (to-morrow) is the lar fixed for preparing the switch, Vc. Kvery lxlr is invited to meet at the gravel l ank on that day and partici pate in the ceremonies. XThe storm of Friday evening w;n mostly remarkable here for the trtmendous torrent of rain that fell. The wind did but little more harm than to drive the rain right through roofs, windows and walN. It was a terrible wetting our town received on that evening but it is getting used to such thing, and bears them remarkably well. - XtT" Wc learn that a Mr. Smith, of Cabin creek, had two valuable hor- killed by lightning during the storm of Fridav evening. The Ktable wa Struck" but not tired and only one po,t shivered a little and a single board forced off. 'liiere were none, or very fe'igh...

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. — 20 May 1858

i-V er'.' griniltural fcm Ar ValUy Vatrxtr, ACHicri.Ti UAi. heading a.m j:nrcATio.. The art of p;inliiig i cne of tlij greatest Mssing ccr Icstowcl nporj mankind." It is through tliu artthat t a hUtorv a::d know ledge of all other arts are handed down and comuiunica-1 trorld. Without this art all the na tions oftherarth would still lein a state of Uttarism. , It i$ through" the rt of printing that the. present gen eration of men upon the earth arc ena bled to know what has transpired jvmong all nations, in all previous ages in the history of man. It is through the agency of this mighty engine the jcs that the world is now making such rapid stride in all the arts and sciences of civilized life. Knowledge, through this agency, accumulates with every .passing generation of men. I bliss," they have repealed the act sus Evcry .ige not only possessed of all taining the State normal school, which it own knowledge, but it can Ciann as capital all the knowledge of all the ages and generation...

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. — 27 May 1858

1 ! t ; - . . 4 '.' r QU A .Family Newspaper, Devoted to Lileraliire, E(!ieaio!i,:,lfora,ity, Tempera nee, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences,. Polities, .Coniinereial and General Jn(ellif. NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MAX 27. 1858. VOL. 1. NO 22 -yrtrn ? rrr rr a- n ' .1 v I I . , I . Ill l l . . I ii ill i i i y v i I I x v r r j ... . . Randolph Comity Journal EVERY THI'It-DAY MORNIXO Hy ii:vi:i:l,y sz smith. Ol it TEUM5. Fnr TVrTve Months, In alrancr,.... $1,51 For Months in d.mce, 1,0') rurnr discontinued hm ihe tiiac iubcrücd lor cituci. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square 10 line nrc insertion,. .. .$ 1,00 Ktch additional imtrtrufl, i Q jartcr column one tear, Ü3,00 Hilf " Oae " " .1,0) JLel aJrtrtl4rmcnH mut he paid for in advance. 2" Unl a particular time is spocifit-d, heu hmded in, ad v e-rtUe-mcnti will be pub-ihi-.l until orJeriJ out, and clurgM for ac-:orJiiiL'W. 'Jßiisiness ti.mi: taiili:. Trains running on the India...

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. — 27 May 1858

giantoljlj Imtrnal.' WINCIIKSTKU, IND. 7 tl. KT AT I! TICKET, rot irritMK ivpct. itl nut iioracf. r. Dini)i.K.ff c; i P,at,-ABR.Vtt W. HKSDRICKS, of Jefferson; Jrd Wt SIMON YA.NDL, of Marion; 4th It. WM. D. ORIW0LD,of Vigo; ATTowltV rtlT- WILLIAM T. OTTO, of Flo?!. Tarssraaa or ttc. JOHN II. HARPKR, of St. Joseph, acurroa or rrt. ALBERT MNCK, of Vipo. tcarraar or umt. WILLIAM A. FEELLK, of Randolph. tcrTatvncntrtT or rcai-ic tirraccno. JOHN YOUNfS, of Mariou. COUNTY TICKET, rot tcnciKTTivc. ILA8 colc;rove. rot iiitttrr. WM. M. CAMPBELL. rot ATDITn. ELIH1IA 12 AR RETT, rom Trrm. JOHN V. JAHN 1(5 AN. m coimnioi:a. HICKS K. WRIfillT. To Correspondents TVo or three communication de igne.I for this No. arc received too late for insertion this wwk. They will be likely to apear in our next. One of our correspondence remarks that tho we have rejected hi.i la,t two articles, )w still feels like persisting, That i rrght; lut we did not understand our Hf aei rejecting the other articles, thoug...

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. — 27 May 1858

. 7a I journal. iT Joiijc Ktzcn ha for sale 1W great American excelsior Ver min Destroyer;" M to be an effectual exterminator. X?" Gov. Willard w:u lyin elan porously ill at Iii resilience?, saya the tatc Journal on Saturday. Hi dis ease wan Pneumonia. Wc liavc no later intelligence up to ging to press. Presume he must have improved. XiTThe children and youths -nt j tothi, pWf.om New York by the j riuldren'rt Aid fce.:irty, have all found I lionifj in this place and vicinity, and th gentlemanly agent, Mr. RunrtAXK, lias returned. -fT"The reader who has not seen it any where eU will le gratified with the perusal of Mr. Cor.wis'f apjeal to the jury" in the Conxei.i.y case, found on the firt page of thy JoritNai. to-dav. - I - 4T Don't fail, you who want time kecjers, musical instruments, pen, "ii'-iNt fine cuttlery, or any thing cle in his line that U nice, to notice the advertisement of Mr. A. Qri k in Another column. XfT" Wc take particular pleasure in calling the reader's attention...

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. — 27 May 1858

MritüIthraU raaaV trrtcT or Titr.cs upon cli mate AND V HCl ITT AT I ON'. Mil. Brtat. in giving in account cf his travel in Kuropc thus vpcaks of the ininrious effects on climate .and vegetation caused by the destruction - i of tree. In all iti provinces which I have ecn, Spain tiecds a reformer like Dr. Tipcr in our country, some enthusiastic friend of trees, to how the people the folly of stripping a country of its woods; but in no part of the kingdom is he so much needed at in La Mancha. If the castle arc deplorably naked. La Mancha is t,o in a greater degree, if that be possible. Until you begin to approach the Murican frontier, La Maucha has scarcely a bnsh; i: has no running streams, and scarce a blade of grass makes itself seen. But to return to the subject of trees; they say at Madrid: "Aranjuez is overshadowed with trees; and the place is unhealthy in summer; trees grow along the Man - zanares under the walls of our city, and on the banks of that river you have the tertian ...

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. — 3 June 1858

i t MAMMMLP rtnTTTKTnT TTLD w a . A o ) A Family Newspaper, Devoted io Lileratnrc, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts aiid Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence. NEW SERIES. "WJ AT CHESTER , RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, JUNE '.), 1S5S. VOL. I. NO 2:;. rv n My vy 1 LL LL -LLU1 l JZW f landolpliC()iinty.Toiiriial tii mi.inttr.n KVKRY THl'KSDA Y MORNING nv hi:vi:ulv v smith. f)!'Ii TLICd !r Twtdte Month, in advaric,. . . . $!.') For ix Month, in adtance, I,W IT "A 'I Il,tr Iicx-t:iiuttl U:i the time f u!itri!'t d t'T evj"n TERMS OK ADVKRTISJNC. On nar' 10 lim one irsertioi),. .. .$I.nö K-ith 'Mition.ll iii rti nM Qu-irtiT t"!u:w:i one u.ir, '-J-V'O lf.tif " :.vn One " " ".','0 ZJf L-al advcrtMc:ntiit. niuit be paid for in ad .iure. J"? t'nfw- a r-nrticut.ir time in p-cIfi-!, vhen li3n!iil in, advt rtlsemcnts will he juli thd until ordered out, and charged for ac- business ti.m i: taiim:. Train runuiiion the Indianaj.d...

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 June 1858

WINCHESTER, INI). Thartday, Jane 3. NT.1TC TICK LT. roa crrwc jx'vctt. it nut. iioRAcr. p. ridüli:, of cm; 2od Dit. A DRAM U I! KN PRICKS, of JfT rn: 3rd Dit SIMON YANPKS, Mari-m; 4ADUt.-vM.ii. ;i:isvoui.of vo;jljatl thnv nut rath,,r niin thim not t0 4TTi,rr oftm i WILLIAM T. OTTO, ,.f Moid. TRCt.U'ar r mir. JOHN II. HAUiT.R, of N. Jovpli. ACMTO Or ATI. AI.HKRT LA NOK, of Vfco. rcmtTAur or tTTt. WILLIAM A. TKELLK, of Randolph. inBiTtiDtiT or rrtuc n mux-no. JOJI.N YÜUNf;, of Marion. rurMTY tick irr roa arratcTTiTK, SILAS COLGROVK. roa nnturr, WM. M. CAMPBELL. FOR AfOITOt. KMSIIA CARRKTT. rot TitiUim, JOHN W. JAKMft AN. roa ooxviMuitfc, HICKd K. WRIGHT. The Troubles in the CuIT. It will perhaps be admitted on all band that the opposition of our gov ernment to the African Slave Trade, if ever t very great cr determined, has grown small by degrees a Slavery ban incrca'scd in our domain, and assumed r a more and more commanding influ ence in the councils of the nation. The audacity of 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. — 3 June 1858

.km i ) f lonnial i ! I ho tomkiion of "Marriage ; and Cclihaey Contrasted" wai obliged to Ii over till next week on account of it. late reception. - - . . . jCfTh'Tt? will be jirtMihin at the lvd.vterian Clmnh on Saturdnv vrnir.g and on Lord day, at the usual hour. F.bb-r Th : Wihy and othT will 1 thn. Cornwall. - - JCf-'rij? rtra tcim of the Circuit j jTiTOa Monday, it ' expected to luinmptiic hriun'iitfr th gravel fioin the hatik 1'low, on the lai!roal. The work of preparing tlie track has pro re,,'!',l tinelly an 1 the prex-nt delight ful change in the wvather will rnilr It still more nn-eahlc and give th whole work a n-w impetus. . Wo ob.serve that the new hou" of Fitzimtrk'k i: KnoKi:, in the Dry f oods an 1 rrocery line, (sv; adver tisement) are doinij a business among us already highly hat "factory to them selves;, and also to their customers. That ii the riyht kind of business to do. ' i jttTTIic Iian lolph Teacher' Asso ciation wiil hold it next meeting at Spartansbmj;, on...

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 June 1858

agricultural Tili: STJtAYVill'IUlY. Tew thiinp connect.-! with cul ture ar jj.tHTlly nl w rnineiT-iM-rily noirlednl in thin part of the country an the Strawberry. We peak in tlii inarmer Urauv? the cultivation U c.r, tvlu-rt once utidcitNl, and re.nvenlct.t to every out who owm, or has the u of, even a few ro! of ground. We -opMi out" on thU sub jett now Leranc it i;ilout the Straw Irry season the bct time perhaps to elircct attention to the subject. Head er can alojt their resolution, and inakc their "arrangement," a to tho ground, etc. T1ij Falj M-usnn U gen erally preferred for planting out, though we have succeeded perfectly in the Spring. There U no eliiliculty about the matter when you once know how to du it. from tk Amerirnn A jrcultHtit of lat September 'Si.tne Practical Directions for Plant inj V Ild$. Thin month U a good time for making new Strawlmrry beds, ami we j.ropose to bring together here a few plain, practical iVmcixons on preparing the ground, selecting jdants' an...

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 June 1858

MAMBOILF COOTTI o A Family Newspaper, Devoted lo Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, tk Arts and Sciences. Politics, Commercial and General Iiilellienee. NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 185S. VOL. 1. NO. 24. Randolph County Journal it rrtuiHZD EVERY" THURSDAY MORNING By DEVEKLY & SHITI!. OUR TERMS. For Twelve Month? , in advance,.... For Six Month, In advance, tT"All papers discontinued when the time subscribed (or eipires. TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. One qure 10 lines one insertion,. . . .$1 ,0 Each additional insertion, 2- Quarter column one jear, 2a,00 Half - " 35.00 One " 53,00 tST Legal advertiiement must be paid fur in adranc XXT Unless a particular tiaie is peeified, hen handed in, advertisements will be pub ithed until ordered out, and charged for ac cordingly. iircmfcc 1 UtVWn r? TIMK TABLE. TP Trains runningon the Indianapolis, Pittsburg and Cleveland Rail Road Passing Win chester Station. Mai...

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 June 1858

Journal.' WINCHESTER, IND. m i m Taaradar,. .... .June 10. TÄTE TICKET. ro rrizit jrtct. Irt Piit HORACE P. DIDDLE, of Cas; Ood DUt. A BR AM W. HENDRICKS. of JtTrTn; .VI Pit-SIMON VAN DE?, oY Marfan: 4ih Iit. YM. D. GRIPWOI.P.ef Vipo; WILLIAM T. OTTO, of njd. TRtmRta Of IT ITT. johv if. Harpes:, of jo.rh. AtrntTot or utati. A LR ER T LANCE, of Vir. tcrrT or TATK. WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Randolph. wrtMTt,Dt7T or rrttic istlctio. JOHN YOUNG, of Marion. CO I NT Y TICKET. ro nrptETTiTr, FI LAS COLC.ROVE. r tttCRirr. WM. M. CAMPBELL. rot Al'MTO. ELISIIA AR RETT, rnR Tr.crR, JOHN W. JARNIOAN. HICKS K. wright. The Weather and the Farming Prospect No cane for Alarm. In order to lav before our readers a great lecture or sermon on a great sub ject to tho whole human race at any j time pait or present, and peculiarly great and important to the people of this country and for which we bespeak a careful reading bv even' one who take up this paper, we have crowded off our usual Agricultural departme...

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 June 1858

tL5 -AT? ';r--:'i In urn 'if (I To thr l'nrmrr. ' Mcssr. Avcnr & Pitman- will Ic in nvcipt, on Wci'nos.lay noxt, lirett from Canada, ly the way of Cleveland, of one hundred ttiah?h of Canada Corn for Seed. Persons wishing to npply thcTnlre will do well to call iu time. ittt T-cT We forgot to sav, for the con venience of our country readers, that Mr. Karra has removed the Post Office to the opposite side of the nqnaiv, into the frame store room imnifdialoly on - positc the Market House, and under Mr. Colgrove's law otlicc. XV St ran Wry festivals seem to bo all the fashion at Cincinnati, Indiana polis, Ilichmond in nil fa rye towns' bnt our own. The pric of the? fruit ha declined, wc see, in som places, from ." cts a dozen to a dime a quart. Wish some of it would decline in our favor. XVltU stated "in the papers that in some parts of Illinois (whre the water is ten feet deep?)the farmers have given up the thought of a com crop. Potatoes and other root. IJuck wheat, Deans, Oats, 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. — 10 June 1858

A of aim?; bst to tcltrtU it ii to com mit it. May tro tolento murder? We may submit to it, but tolerttioa implies a voluntary ai criminal cod teat. No raitter whit tho imiace stents of ?lf interest or expediency mnj b, they ca not change tho eter nal nature and relations of things. Th world i dying with a lax mo rality. The glorious principle involv ed in the? Savior mnarkable words, whosoever lo!th hii life shall save it," is not apprcherMl, nor practiced. Men do not believe that "whosoever walketh uprightly walketh snrely;" nor that "Gcdline is profitable." They have swung loose from Cod, abandoned the principle of virtue, and are vairjy endeavoring to work ont tho great problem of immortality upon the paltry maxim of expediency. We may tolerate opinions, but crime, never. Politicians peak of circum scribing slavery. But will you cir cumscribe murder? Will you say to a certain portion of our Republic, you may enjoy unmolested the privilege of highway robbery, or polygamy, or any ...

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 June 1858

On llidictiling what vc do not Fixierst and. it -1 V Family Newspaper, Devoid to Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture. Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and 'General Intelligence; WINCHESTER , RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, JUNE 21. 1S3S. VOL. i: NO. 25. NEW SERIES. 4c' v- . A 'I- ilUX l i i yn 11.11 I XI 1 I II I r Randolph County Journal i mi iicro KVER V TlirUSDAY MORNIN iiv ni:vi:uiiV A: smith. OCR TKIlMr. Vor Twelve Mntht in advance,... . $1, Vor Sit Month, in ltucr 1,00 t?T paper d'ncontinucd when Üic time fulr rill fr txpir. TERMS OK ADVERTISING;. Onf vurp 10 I'tnr nnr Insertion,. Y',.rh ad Iition.il inntion, .iirter column nc yeir, i,nn Hair .rt.".Mi une w.w ?l'e-a advertisements must be pii-T. for n ad van e tWVn a particular time i perified, hcn handed in, ah ettiemcnt will be ptilr-Uh-d until ordered out, anl t lurked for accordingly. THE WINCHESTER SEMXARY. rpiIE SCHOOUn this INSTITUTION I will commence on Monday...

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 June 1858

WIXCHESTEIl, IND. m m Tkursdar, KT ATE TICKET. roa trratxt rr&otr lit Dtit. HORACE T. DIDDLE, cf Cut; 2ad Dist. ABRAM V. HENDRICKS, .Vd D;st-?!MON YANDE-S "f Marion; 4;h Dist. VVM. D. GRI5W0MJ. v( Vigo; aTTOt'lT Grr.MI . WILLIAM T. OTTO, of Fbyd. TtACt. Of IT ATI JOHN H. HARTER, of St. Jnsepb acorrca or tTATr. ALBERT LANOC, of Vigo. itcurTAET or IT4Tr. WILLIAM A. PEELLE. of Randolph. vrinnTtet'T or mtic mrat-cTio. JOHN VOUNC. of Marion. COUNTY TICK LT, rot KzrttttTATivr, SILAS COLCROVE. rot sntv-trr, WM. M. CAMPBELL. roa AroiTon, ELISHA GARRETT, ro TtKiScurK, JOHN W. JARNIGAN. roa coxHmioxm, HICKS K. WRIGHT. Ite-i:icciion of Senator Hnle. In speaking of the reflection of to the Unitcl States Senate of that veter an pioneer of our republican princi ples, Hon. John P. Hale, of New Hampshire, the National Era uae the following jut and pertinent language. Mr. Hale i the man who had the back bone" to Btand alone in the body where he has now some company and it were a shame to supplan...

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 June 1858

SantolpJ $0itrnal. Dedication Mretlat; at Macksvllle. YUt. J. B. Bim preach at Micks ville on Sabbath the 20th inst., on the occasion of the Dedication of the new Church edifice. The meeting of the society will commence at 11 o'clock, A. M. on the preceeJing Sat urday. Willard d: Stowell, Music dealers, Indianapolis. Let the lovers of good ratiMC and good instrument, notice the new advertisement of this enterprising house in to-day's paper. Turnpike .Meeting. A meeting will be held at the Court House, in Winchester, on Saturday next, the 2Cth inst., forthe purpose of organizing a company to construct a Turnpike road from the town of Win chester South to Bundy'a Mill. The meeting will convene at 2 o'clock, P M. XW We refer the reader to the new advertisement in the Journal to day of Dcmont fc Si.vker, Indianapo lis, They are engaged in the manu facturer of Steam Boilers, Chimneys, and almost all kind of Iron fixtures, and having merged two establishments into one are doing an extensi...

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 June 1858

TEIMIS TO s!.;i.i: SUIISCllI- whim: i itr. ii ti'hmi rniMT. Ai.nr.HT m ijlack M !.IM Kit POTATOES. I an a to see- !y tl May wim Vrr nt th AyrWitH'tr'fl tint vu h.ivc 1 .mf of Iii- In- White Krrnrh Turnip '-"l. ,,l;, r lt f,,r distribution amti'.c ymr MiW-riL'TS 5 a premium. This i lwfly vjti rfy, Ute kcpr, nnl approach' tho Ktita-Iiaä in i' ami haf.. A for flavor, either Mir nr cookM. 1 vcr UsttM of any other ort otjiul to it. No mrmlr of my family likes hoilnl turnip, hut on my asking; fach nu? of them to trv this the other !ay at lin- m ht, they foutul it o rieh 1 weet in tatc, that all ntn heartily of it, and votrtl it mut henceforth l ' im of the lihs of our tabic. I only nrrt ihr? lu'ious turnip are not to Ik? lit.! now in our market. The ahove in j mv experience; how others xvill iv it I cannot may for we know that all root-crop vary much in ti.ivor, lcpencl.mt fomething; on the sion, the foil, anl the manure. Tor exam ph, take potato's of the same variety, ami a near alike as...

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