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jm DAILY STATK PFXTlXFLHiwntty all the early
morning expre six! freight trains an- delivered to sub
scribers in a.tjacent tovni about th line Uno It U dis
tributed In thbeity. TbU enables reader at ailiUece
from the C-pt 11 f Indiana, to rM the news of tbe day
frort I x to twelve hoor before they can rece irt It thrr tih
pprs publi4 lMrbr. 5w dealer and carrier
In any of iL town on railroa-1 centering atln1ianarxlix,
will benupplied with theRF.jmS-L on a jrood term a
any other paper. Clnba for tbe THiTy will be supplied at
Agents rates. Order are solicited. d4w
Ilciiclricl and VoorSicc.
ffTltwill be seen bv an advertl.emet.t in
another column that Mr. IWbe hn retired from
the firm of IWh k Haes. Mr. Iliwe will
continue the biisinev at the old tand, and will
continue to keep all articles in the prooerv line
ued in families. The central portion of ihU
establishment, the full a,rt taenia, and the
prompt attention tho- doing buiness there will
certainly receive, will, and should, girethem
larpe city custom.
Death or Esqnat McDoxald. A di.pAtch
from Cjstain Kiaer to Arthur C. Tulli, dated
Nhtilie to-day, announce the death of Daniel
McDonald, of the 40th regiment. The decea-eJ
was sixty-two years of ae. The remains of the
gallant soldier were interred with military honors
at rabville tl.n muco in;:, the weather being too
warm to admit the possibility
home. Iafayette Courier, 2d.
fat-rtrr unriu roa tb Haut tat stiv..
GlIKAT (ALE ON THE OHIO.
IMMENSE DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY.
of sendinz them
The speech of Hon. Thoma A. l!fndrici,tfore the
iroXTltic Convention on the Eighth of January, lui?,
and ih Fpch of Hon. Daniel W. Vorbees, In the Hue
:pr ntativr, February 20, fn tie duty of the Fed-
eral Ooveroment In Ita r-!atIo to the civil war and the
t-jecta for which it houM he proecutel, are fr -ale at
this office, pnbllhel !n a pamphlet of ixteen pajre, In
Txth apeecbee. Each one ia aroofiir, the alles
l-l'Tf rd on the present crM. and rhouM be placed In
th- hand of every voter in the Stat.
The f rt lue having etitirely exhausted, we are
nw reprinting a lar,re edition to supply the Increasing
Tre -living f.ff expreM r-U- niut provide for pre
paying the pontage, which I one cent per copy.
Trir $1 per huu-lrM. All order promptly tiled.
W A S II I (TO IS KW
sian.Jiisni.rf; .lo.vg Tin:
Trouble among the Ribel Troop
CITY AND STATE ITEMS.
3T"Yc)terd.i7 was beautiful and pringlike.
yOorernor Morton has arrired at home
I i u i u y r r . Ciptaiii It. K. Ruter, of the lHth
regiment Indiana volunteer.
JlVThe Tenke Family pive their first exhibi
tion at MetroH)litan Hal! this evening.
AlTKNTlOX DiMlKttAT AM
Next Monday U election day.
Tnkf the Indiati.iffdii Diily Sentinel, the
only reliable paj-cr ubliliel in Indianapolis.
Xt'" Ca tain KhM's company of artillery waa
ordere! to the feat of war yesterday.
nr So that Colonel Hendricks, of the M
regiment, is dead, thr will hare to be a new
appointment. We understand that Captain M.
G'joding, of Company A, will likely get the ap
pointment. No better man, nor one better qual
ified in all rcsperjU, could be aligned to that im
portant position. Captain Gooding ia neculiarlv
fitted for the office of Colonel, not only by hia
military aptne.-a and quick ereeption, but b hi
cooln!, jerlect elf-pojse(ion and unqueition
el bntTery. The Governor could not do the reg
iment a better favor than give them Capt. Good
ing for their Colonel. tVrnon Banner.
AnvrnTHE Voi r Goon. A few of our men
do avail them-elvea of the privilege of adverth-
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m, ana are reaping ine aavanugesoi it in larger
sale than their "penny wUe and pound foolish"
neighbor, who imagine advertising does no good,
and are content to let the people find them out by
their wits. The ladies, who are by far the best
customers the inert haut h-ve, read the papers,
and keep a lxk out for the first announcements
of the arrival of new gjiring oods, to renew their
wardrohe; and if any bnly suppose they ain't
f mart enough to know that they will stand a
slim chance to get a good bargain out of a man
who i too penuriou to advertise hi ware, they
will find themselves mistaken. We throw out
these hinbj for the benefit of whom they may
The Mom Imi-ortant 1'atths or the Re
bellion.- i he following table turin.-Iie a chro
nological lbt of all the important battle that
i;ivc taken place since the commencement of the
ar of the Rebellion, with the (enerai com
manding, the date ot the battle, the respective
os.-es ot the Union and Confederate troops en-
a;cd, the prisoners taken ou both side, and
other important data:
JtTair la .Vir .Tfj-ffo.
fort xjjsrioisr s-afe.
Theelms and soft maple in thia vicinity
are leafing, nhile all the earlier tiowers are in full
"Lieutenant Hugh Delell, of Captain
Rracken's cavalry company, arrived in the city
yesterday morning, having resigned his position.
fCaptain Shortle of company K, 10th Indi
diana volunteer, i not !ichargcd a formerly
abated by mifUke in tlc Stntinti.
fSTWahinton dispatched iutiniate that Hon.
Caleb Ji. Smith will probably retire from the
AiroiMTMKSiT. Ben. F. Burlingame ha been
reinstated in the 21 Lieutenancy of company A,
7th regiment Indiana volunteers.
XIariox Circuit Col lt. Yesterday one ca.e
was t!ismiel and the other laid over until the
Lord knows when.
riyLieut. Itackman, of the 33d Indiana, left
yesterday with ome thirty recruiü for hw regi
r?r Another instalment of rebel prisoners ar
rived yesterday by the JeiTertoiiville Railroad, ou
their way to Columbu, Ohio, under ewrt of a
detachment of the Provost Guard of Louisville.
tZT T. Buchanan Read, the celebrated poet,
haa been invited to read a poem m this city snort
Iy, on which occasion Parson Brownlow will be
present and make a speech.
tWThe Indianapolis Brewery, Maryland
ftreet, J. P. Meikel proprietor, is now turning
out a magnificent article ot beer. It u a splendid
Ici! Ick! George W. Pitt3 informs us that he
has plenty oi ice in store io suppij an ui 4i
customers in this city and any amount of new
one, and also can -pare from 1,000 to 1,500 tuns
for shipping to other puce. mch4-i m
H" you want a n'ce residence or building
lot, or exchange city for country property, or
country for city f ropcrty, call on K. rcrguson
real es Ute agent, ofiice opposite Glenns' Block
All kinds of job work, such as blanks
card, posters, horse and jack bills (with cuts)
and everv other description of printing done at
at this office with ueatnes., cheapness ana uis
tfTlie Terre Haute Journal savs that an
immense amount of hospital ftore are daily
shipped from that city bv the humane and chan
table, to the sick and suffering soldiers at Evans
complished of young gentlemen, Is, we under
a .1 1 1
stand, permanently cugagea a general sunenn
. - w a . II' a
tendeut of the west fcraidre jjaioon, on ca
ington ptrwt, K. Ucfbe prrprietor.
Seventy -five recruits, :ia we are informed
by Lieut. Oni rTouey, were yesterday sen lor
w'ard tor the 7th and f th Indiana batterie, and
for the 9th, 3G;h, 3tli and 51?t Indiana
nicnts, under charge of Capt. Kilgore.
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Ktl rl killed & w'iiiet Vi.419
Keil priners I,7ü7
Rebel losses 20 cannon.
The Rev. Father Smarius continues to
attract large audiences at St. John's Church. He
will lecture this evening on the Real Presence;
Saturday evenia.;: on Death; Sunday morning" at
10 o'clock, on Judgment; Sunday eveniug on
the Invocation of Saints. y
ZT" Nathan Cllownyfcf America, Wabash
county, fcventy-eiglit years of age, is the father
of a little und) in three week old. The Ikv is
named Andrew Jackson Stephen A. Douglas
Calloway. The old gentleman is as active as a
child, with a regular Ptniocratie backbone.
GTColonel rridgland, of the Indian t cavalry,
lately resignetl on account of ill health, has, we
understand. departel for Europe, and will prob
ably be absent some two rear. Col. Bridgland's
la mil j goes with him. We hope he may return
recueratd iu beaUh.
1ST Wc idiall bring x suit for libel against any
nau wl.o letUM-s to treat u. Everybody ha due
notice ol this. And. furthermore, we give it aj
our delderate Iol'hI ontniou and conviction that
any tinmairied individual guilty of arson ought
to r:iy a fine of fitty d.dlars and marry the gil l.
ZT Another "April fool" Lwie of the Indian
apdis Jourral yetcrday ilidu't take the public
with ny surjM-i-e at all. We suppose thl this
ai!cnture another losing ojeration lor the
concern of which the cousin of Ben. MeCul
l"uh. the !iece-"!oni-it. disunionist , Abolitionist
and fire eater, is President.
tlT.'i.OCll mlU of wall paper ju.t received at
tr ien L Co's, orpoite Glerns' direct from the
mu.r.sVtnry. t-r theprii t trade. Their teu and
twrUecent wall pajer n splemlid. They aUo
huf i'.t rjr-r i.r :rlor; at tittv cent to 1 50
per r il
Federal kill! 2.44
Feiieral wounlrd. ...4,lö"2
V'ederal prisoner.... 1,440
Federal kille t and
Ft'flerai losses 33 cannon
four ships, and 1,000
By stttement of Surgeon-General, 3.930 have
diedof disease up to December 31, lt'Gl, which,
added to the 2,181 killed, will make our loss
6.47-1. beside those who have fallen in minor en
gagements, of which there are 77.
Federal General Killed Lyon
Rebel Generals Killed Bee, Bartow, Garnett,
Heibett, MeCullough, Mcintosh, Slack, andZol
licoffer. -Horton Journal.
We regret to learn that Adjutant Frank
Cunningham, of the 1st Iris-h regiment, was se
verely hurt some day ago. by being thrown from
his horse. He was sent to the Louisville hospi
tal, where he fully recovered, and has since re
joined his regiment. Terre Haute Journul.
Time Short. If the following, which we
find in the Buffalo Commercial, be correct. Gen.
McClellan is reduced to a very email margin, and
must strike muck and fast:
On 1U That in an interview with the Presi
dent before the advance of the armv. General
McClellan said that, unless he could raise tae
stars and stripes over Richmond before the 15th
of April, he should resign his commission.
The bt!i regiment, now guarding the pris
oners at Camp Morton, will bo paid off this
Wendell Philips said in hi lecture at Chi
cago. that the President had told him that the
present war was no war for a week, nor a dav
nor seventy dav, nor a vear. "It is," said the
President, "a big job."
The Major's Dacghter.
Our Major has a charming las.
Ye tirtices! how I wish he'd brought her!
How swift the thing hours would pass,
Were she but here the Major's daughter.
Her eyes her soul's bright depths disclose;
Her voice is like the rippling water;
Her cheeks the lily and the rose;
A sweet moss rose the Major's daughter.
Fair Venu gave her Beauty's zone,
And all her winning grace taught her;
I like I love why. es, I own
I dearly love the Major's daughter.
0!i might she but with ii be fent!
She ought to be. I vow flte ought to.
The "Daughter of I he Regiment,"
Our own our pet our Major's daughter.
Where cannons roar, and bullets tlv,
And grappling foes eacli other slaughter.
For such as she how sweet to die!
My love, my life! the Major's daughter.
A Piots Chaclaix. The Freeport (HI.)
Journal of March 19, publishes a letter fiom the
pen of the Rev. David Tet-d, Chaplain of the
46th regiment of Illinois volunteers, in which he
We bear :t rumored that McClellan has mov
ed on the Potomac, an 1 the quiet ol that noted
point is oiiiewat disturbed, as connectid with it
i thr report that we are in possession of Manas
?a, but with the loss of ten thousand men.
hope that this i- true, that we are in p.eion of
the place, and that irr hare loft ten thuuand fol
Jiers. as I believe this sacrifice will put beyond
the range of probability any dishonorable com
promise." What a pious and godly clergyman! What a
lovelv follower of the meek and lowly Savior!
Sunday, the 22d and 2-M of March, was fG killed
and 4il wounded; 50 have since died.
The bill passed the Senate emancipating slaves
in tne tJS'nci oi uviuuiun. i ne um wasinvro-
0"iK-el b? air. vviison oi jia?acnueTi on me
The amendment do not afTect the principles
and plan of enuueipatiou embodied in the origi
It U not probb!e that the House will finally
act on the tax bill before Monday. Meanwhile
amendments made in Committee of the Whole
will be presented.
From Gen. Itanka'a Dirialon
Woodstock, Va.. April 3 The rebels when
retrea Jns yesterday attempted to burn a bridge
over the creek ccar a narrow passage, but it was
The magnificent railroad bridge, 100 feet high,
over the same stream. ws burned by Jackson
when retreating frem Shields.
A gray stallion, said to te Col. Ashby's was
shot vesterJay near this town. The rider mut
have been wounded in the left thigh. The enr
rent report, however, that Ashby waa wounded Is
not credited at headquarters.
Some of Asliby'a scouts made their appearance
this morning early ou the high wooden ridge on
tie opposite side of Stony Creek, beyond Edin
burg. They were fired on by some of the 29th
Pennsvlrania, when Ashby unmasked four puns
and threw several shells into the camp. He sub
sequently retreated under the fire of our guns.
During the day they frequently interfered with
our bridge builders" by shelling them at long
range. The foot of the bridge, however, has
been completed and our skirmishers and wme of
die Andrew sharp shooters are now on the other
side beyond the town.
Second Lieutenant Doff and two privates of
Ashbv'a cavalry were capturel yesterday while
carrying dispatches, but refused todivulge the
contents or tell who they were fronf
A late intercepted letter from a rebel line of
ficer, speaks significantly of the anticipated open
rebellion in Maryland, but this is regarded as one
of the means reported to by secession leaders to
dupe their followers.
Ashby's artillery was reinforced to-day by two
or more" heavy guns, with which he practised on
us at long range.
General Banks is here and General Shields at
Chicago, April 3. A special to the Journal
Col. Buford's- capture of union City amounted
"to ontv neren nrironers and about forty horses
Gen. John A. Logan left to day to join his
brigade un the Tennessee river. His wound is
not vet entirely heile!
A most ternnc tornado passed over iairo irom
the Southwest at 3 o clock this morning. 1 he
tornado was accompanied by rain, hail, thunder
A l uge number of transports and tugs were
torn from their moorings and blown across the
The roof of the St. Charles Hotel was torn off
and completelv demolished
Several rows ot unoccupied barracks were lev
eled to the trround
Cincinnati, April 3. On Tue:dav, the May- i i The Cairo and Columbus wharf-boat was
ors ana commuter iruui viocio, cjniuucm, oiown ncross me ricr, mtu won no u'ö" j
Chillicothe. and three other cities, called upon on the Kentucky thoie.
Parson Brownlow and tendered him the freedom The steamer Illinois had both chimneys and
of their respective cities, and begged him to visit her umer cabins torn away. Four or five lives
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Xlie Ciule on tlir Olilo.
Cairo, April 2 A ppecial to the Chicago
A small cralt tie to the levee in front of the
St. Charles Hotel, occupied by a poor man ami
his family of five person, twrted its moorings
during the gale yesterday, and all on board were
The wharf boat of the Ohio and Mobile rail
road was blown across the river and is now en
tangled in the bushes on the Kentucky shore.
At Paducah the storm was very severe, un
roofing several houses including the Marine Hos
pital and a large warehouse adjoining.
The damage done to steamers and property
along the river is immense.
The Eransville packet Courier barely escaped
The storm was exceedingly violent in the vi
cinity of the Cumberland river, but we are with
The steamer Universe, ha ju?t returned from
a successful search for the steamer Philadelphia,
reported sunk. She was found one mile from
The crew of the Philadelphia were taken off
by the Universe excepting three men, who left
the Philadelphia in a skiff, and have not been
heard from sauce.
Notning iiiterestinc from New Madrid.
Latkr 10::JU P. M. The Fidelias just arri
ved from the Island with intelligence to 10
o'cloc k P. M.
The damage to the fleet is less than anticipa
The gunboats and mortars arc uninjured.
The transports Pike and Swallow weie dam
The bombardment wa still carried on vigor
ously, but with what success is unknown.
Union had been cat off.
An advance would be made about the -2.1 by
trooj at Fort Union assisted by two email btt
terics, when ft k expected communication with
Fort Craig will be restored.
All postoffice effect at SanU Fe had been re
moved to Fort Union.
LorisriLLE, April 3. An intelligent genüemaa
who left Memphis week before last report Gen.
A. Sidney Johnston a saying that the Federals
could not flank them in any position they might
take and therefore fortifications were useless.
Johnson says the only chance for the rebels is
open fight in the field.
Our informant thinks Corinth, Miss., U their
He further snyj the rebels had about 50,000
troops on the Tre between Memphis and Hunts
ville. Alabama, which were being reinforced and
supposed now to number from sixty to sixty-five
The rcbe!s are prepared wi;h tar and rosin to
burn Memphis when they are compelled to evac
Most of the prominent citizens of Memphis y
they would yield forthwith if assured of their per
sonal safety r.nd security of their property from
coufiscation bv the Federal Government.
Santa Fe and Fort such oortgage given to secure the payment of
pure ha,- tuooey for real estate, shall be exempt
from liland No. IO.
Cairo, April 3. During the ftorm on the
night of the 1st Col. Roberts, of the 42d Illinois
and fifty picked men of his command, in com
pany with a boat's crew from each gunboat une'er
command of First Master Johnson, of the St.
Louis, started at 1 o'clock to take soundining.
At 12 o'clock they brought up to the upper
btttery where they landed. The rebel sentinels
fired their pieces and ran, leaving the battery in
Colonel Roberts' men spiked their guns, six in
number, one of them a 64 pounder, the others
24's and 32's. These uns had all been mounted
within the last fewbjrys'
The expedition retämecUn, safety, not a man
haV'uu' received aVcratch. '- j
Chicago, April . .3. A spea. to the 'tjibune
The storm of WcUaesday morning was very
severe at Point PIea.fiit.' t
Lieutenant Moore,nepilwa4f, company I 7th
Illinois cavalry. Captain Webster afid, several pri
vates of the same company, were injured by fall-
from any inch charee.
An amendment was adopted that the stamp
duty on any note, check, marine and 0tlcr sped
ed protest shall be twenty fire ceots.
An amendment w&3 offered, debated andre
jected, imposing & tax of one dollar ou each pas
senger traveling on railroads within the Umted
States, and provisos wer also adopted that
stamp duty oa manifest bills of lading and pas
senger tickets, provided for in schedule B, shall
cot apply to steamships rlj'mg between port in
the United States but to steamships plying be
tween these porta and British Jforta America.
An amendment was also adopted that no writ.
summons or other process, issued by a Josticw of
the Peace in any criminal, law or equity courx
commenced by the United States or any State,
shall be subject to the. payment of stamp duty.
The medicine schedule was altered so as to
provide that medicines, cosmetics and perfume
ries by whatever name the tune has been, now
tre or shall hereafter be called or distinsuiihtd.
shall par, when valued or soli for tweutv-five
tents, a tax of one cent; not exceeding fifty
cents, two cents; not exceeding seventr-five
cents, three cents; not exceeding one dollar.
four cents: and for every fifty cents or fractional
part thereof, or over and above one dollar, two
Playing cards are to be taxed twenty cents a
1 he consideration of income tax, passed over
yesterday, was now resumed.
An amendment as adopted including the
telegraph, gaa and express companies, or cor
porations under the income duty.
It was also provided that the net gains on the
profits of incomes only shall be estimated, and
that the duties on incomes shall be payable on
or before the 30th of June, 1M3, and then each
year thereafter until and including the jear 1666
and no longer.
Among other amendments made was that furs
of all descr'ption. when made up, shall pay a
duty of three per cent ad valorem
All the sections were acted urxm except the
two relating to the appropriations and allowances
The Committee rose and the House adjourned
Louisville, April 2. Among the arrival at
the Gait Houe is Major V . II. Polk, of 1 enucs
see, on his way to Washington.
Several bnrges which were used as store
houses, broke loose and floated down the river.
Large piles of Government lumber on the Umo
levee were blown into the river.
The w ooden barracks at Bird Point and t ort
Holt were demolished. No loss of life.
Much anxiety is felt for the fleet ut Island o
10. Steamers were sent down early una morn-
ini? to ascertain the damage done.
From Washington. The steamer Philadelphia with a lot of ice
Washington, April 2. A dispatch to the I barges drifted down-the river and sunk a mile be-
Tr 'xbnne savs: low Birds Point. Three men were drowned.
A reporter, sent to the other side of the Poto- Capt. Carroll, of the steamer Sallie Ward, had
mac, assured us this morning that Secretary Stan- a leir broken.
ton had issued an order forbiding newspaper cor- So far as ascertained the transports at the levee
respondents, as well as all others not actually I had five men blown overboard aud drowned
connected in pome way or otner witu me service, Several legs and aims were Drosen.
from accompanying any of the corps d'arinee. The boat John Juse, used as a hospital at
Very many correspondents are now with the ar- Mound City, was severely injured
my. and it is understood that an order was dis- A special to tbe Chicago Journal, irom tairo,
patched vesterdav that the whole of them be savs:
cleared out and sent back under the penalty of In the gale yesterday morning, eight persons
immediate arrest and confinement it they attempt were blown overboard Irom the steamer Amen
cus and drowned.
A flat boat, occupied by a poor family as a res-
Blenker's brigade has been assigned to Frc
Carl Schurz is to have command of a division
Col. Van Allen resigned his command of the
31 New 1 ork cavalry yesterday. Lieut. Col
Max will succeed him.
rw a n- . ! a t.
i ne i wnes (lispauu savs: From Fortress Monroe,
1 is no yet r-.sitiveiv determined wno win sue- Fortress Monrok. April 2.-The weather to
nomination .ill female to the Senate b, the rtÄ" tü,
President until Schurz is confirmed as brigadier
idence. was blown away and suak
The family escaped upon a coal barge as it
The Cairo and Columbus wnari boat was tow
ed back last night not much damaged
Hon. George Ashmun, of Massachusetts, is
talked of for the place.
Major Donaldson, Chief of Quartermaster's
Department in jew Mexico, arrived here to-day.
He brings much important information in regard
to the rebel raid into that i erntory.
He says the rebels hold every position of value
except Forts Craig and Union.
The latter which is the most important fort in
Everything is progressing in the most satisfac
The rebeb fired several ?hota from Sewall s
Point la.n niirht at the transport in the harbor
some of the shots falling within fifty feet of a ves
sel loaded with horses.
A reconnoissanc was made from Newport
News to Watts Creek, a distance ot nine miles
The enemv appeared. 3.000 6trong, and opened
on our forces, but their balls passed entirely over
Our batteries w ere immediately got in position
the tar wost, containing seven minions ot uoiiars firj oa lbe rebci3 whcu their entire
worth of Government stores, is now safe beyond forec fte arid fled, fording the creek in great
pirauvemure anu fcrruoucu uy x cuu. fusi but keeping out of range
soldiers. The object of the reconnoissance being accom
X m alaao v atvl Itum i.aV ua Movutivu a a.' w
visions tor an almost unlimited ?;cge
the rallying point for the ample Union forces now
marching to expel the invaders
1 HI! UOIC UUUUlll llllUUf,U ""V-"
WtirrLtNG, April 3. The vote of this city
to day give 6-W in ijority for the new Constitu
tion, and a maiority of iifd in favor of gradual
emancipation. The interior counties, as far as
heard fixim, give the same ratio.
Milwackie, April 2. At the municipal elec
tion yesterday, Horace Chase, Democrat, was
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elected 31ayor. r early au tne democratic iickci
San Francisco, March 31. A heavy business
house in the town of Iowa Hill, Placer county.
was burnt on Tuesday, the 6th. Loss, $i0,U00.
Provipknce, 11. L, April 2 Gov. Sprague
and the rest of the present incumbents of the
State offices were re-elected to-day without oppo
sition. The vote was light.
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Ci mci km an, April 3.
Flour unchanged and dull with very little
doing: prices are easier: superfine $4 20(i4
extra $1 3U4 35; family and fancy $4 Wj
Wheat unchanged and steady.
Corn declined to 33 34c; the inside rate is
that paid by distillers.
Oats in better demand and prices are a shade i
higher: sales at vic.
live unchanged aud steady with email sales at
Barley unchanged at 65(70c.
Whisky advanced to 17c with a fair demand,.
There is better demand for mess potk, and
10 2j waa offered for L,000 brls city aod re
fused; r-00 brls sold at this rate delivered at!
A good demand for bolk sides; 4g was paiJ
There was a good demand for lard and trietly
prime country brought 7; rendered is held
at (jC. .
Linseed oil advanced to &5c and in good demand.
Bacon dull at 3?4'(25c.
Groceries remain unc
Molasses firm at 40c.
Exchange firm at 4 premium.
CA TtT -eVT THE
IXDI AXAPOLIS XDIKERY,
S0LTn-El?T OF TUE OTT,
4 yD EXAMINE OLK SHADE TKr.k.JS r Kl. li !&',
V and Lvrrrten Tree. Green-bon FlanU,
A few ncinwnf can b en at our lot, adj.-irifn tw
Journal buildinir. south i!c. Or-lrr l'ft tbre will be
prompily atteiir4 to. u. (ULaMiin m
OBTAINED FOR SEW IXVEXTIOSS OF F.TERT
dfcriptlon. Kef contingrnt on succeM. N pat
ent no pay. Sn! for CircnJar, firing Wtna, dirtxUona,
oovl8-dly Tat nt Ationw'y, w atlirton. W.
G. n;d lo..k at their paper Itflote pur-
l."Our oenior ent a j ie-ciit of whisky to Col.
lUn-.m ut Foit Warrii, and tlie Kev. Mr. Hoyt,
in iuiit itioti of the j;(.cvl example, sent a tKittle ef
this j-.pular dtii.k l.i iii,g to one of the re
bel pit.) tier:-, in the pison i ihe corner ol Green
Kiuh treeta. N.me gol rLcn a.lminister
ntutl vn..lati..n iu alt in tonus. mnr
The Indianafiolia Journal' character for
"truth and veracity" haa teen dannpe.1 onie
wb.it of late it seem, bv 0 method v. A u't is
to be 1 rouht alioiit it. It will take twelve im
p-mUl men a long time dividing a smill coin
al-cut the size of a three cnt piece to ascertain
how muih the Indianapolis JanrfKihall have.
Ari then they'll disagree.
TO.tll.l.XSOS V COX, Drugstat
I s F.ata Valintjton trecl
llav h-n appointed arntu for the sale of
I 11 A I i: X IT S Si 1 A G t
THK WONDF-RFUL GltANrLUJ. for tbf cure of Coushs
Co'.is Sore Trir..jt.l;r. n-lrii, W hiini. 'rotation of the
fvula an TormIs. ami I)i5fir ot the Lunz. Sold ia
lre b'-, -ö cts., 51 cl..ai;i SI each. nlI4lj
The Major relates many incidents of the late
;Utle near Fort Craig, and say? that Major Lock-
ridge, one of the Nicaragua nlhbusters, fell dead
at the head of the Texas Hangers in their terrible
charge upon Mcllea's battery
Secretary Sunton will proceed to Fortress Mon
roe to-morrow to give matters there his personal
The UtrahV dispatch say:
It is rumored here to day that the rebel Cabi
net has decided to burn the citv of Richmond on
the approach of the Union army
Business wa never so brisk on the line of the
Orange and Alexandria Kaiiroad.
. . a a tm a a a
Since the aflair in the Sickles brigade where a
master shot at his servant, (Jen. Hooker haa pos
itively refused passes to go into the camps of his
division to hunt contrabands.
Lieutenants J. P. Hall and W. McGunncgle
have been ordered to report to Flag
The number of sick soldiers in the Govern
ment hospitals at the lat weekly report was
2,314, of these J ib are irom rew
Slight skirmishing continues to be the order of
the dav along our front. Each armv lying in
sieht of the other entetaininsr each other with
occasional artillerr practice and cavalry charges
Yesterday Colonel Geary captured a number
of rebels niter a spirited skirmish, in wmcti sev
cnl of the enemy were killed
The completion of the railroad to within the
immediate iieighborhotd of the advance plates
m inv of our forces in a much more advantageous
position, and will doubtless greatly accelerate the
movements of our advancing f rmv
The rebel cavalry continue to nuke incursions
through the country bevond Manaa. Junction
It is now conceded amongst the rebels that the
Virginia troops are eiuil if not superior to anv
r a a
nassed w as formerly "the garden spot of Virginia
It is now perfectly devastated, and but one house
was left standiug.
The houses, fences and trees bad been burned
bv the retreating rebnls.
There are no signs of the ilernmac yet and
from her long delay the opinion is gaming ground
that she will not come out again. She has now
a fine field to operate in if she should triumph
over the Monitor, and 11 sue snouiu lau 10 come
now it is thought she is afraid to run any more
risks. . .
An officer of the Seminole says he read a Sa
vannah paper of the 23d ult., w hich acknow ledged
a terrible rebel dcleat a Pea Ridge aud admitted
that there wasi no use to attempt to conceal the
A second rcconnoissar.ee was also made to Big
Bethel. , , ,
The enemy was found to hive returned and
n7 occupied the earth works in force.
UlUCer ,fJ ,!, tkrr tholU into thfl
KJH SCUIU UUi atwuw . . - " - -
1 . , . . . . a, .l.fk fM.A1-1.111j . e
WOOdS OCCUpied UV Our liooiiao.i i'ituuua a-a-
vance, but they were unoccupied and no damage
The steamboats conveying troops to N ewport
News were reatedly fired into from Sewall's
Point and also by a rebel gunboat this after
noon. No damage w as done so far as we can
From Hew .tfexico.
Fort Union. N. M., March lb. The St. Louis
Republican has the following correspondence:
Colonel Slough's Colorado regiment of volun
teers, y.V strong, arrived here Eve days ago The
effective righting force now here is 1,4X), sunt-
cient t delend this depot against any force the
rebels can bring agairt us.
We have stores enough to last our troops three
This fort is the strongest on the Western fron-
TLe marVet full -f imitations represented to le the
MUM- a "BKOVXS:;l:iNCHlALTlitH.-HLS," wLich are i
in most cae prductireif pOMtive injury. Many dealers
i!i reeoauueuil inferior preparations and lower priced
articlf afforJ:f.C tnore ri-!it to thf njM-lve Ask fr and
OirrUN only -BROWN'S bTtONCHIAL TP.Ot'HKS,"
hieb by lv.g ep"euca have prove J thtii alut, haviig
rrceieil the ancüoo of pri.viiciAns peisc rally, aud testi
monial from eminent me u throughout the rourstry.
I.KOWS'S BKONCHlAl. TKtMJHKS, h.ualloael to
dissolve lowly in the mouth, have a direct inCart.ce to
tha affected part; the edaüve and sooihiag effrct to the
umeu liuinjfcfthe windpipe Into the Bronchi! allay. lul
u.ouary Initati. ti aud ivr relief lu Cough, Cold, and
tho ri.u Throat aflection. to wLlch publn: pr aVera and
.'.n -. r. jn fr 11 1 -0 ly CJ
in the rebel armv, notwithstanding ths brag of tiers, being ,.k. im urc w. n pir t
the South Carolina chivalry. It is said of them feet high and ditch eight feet deep, fifteen feet
that thev were the first to break ranks and run at wide. It contains well stocked magazines, and
the battle of Bull Run. orduance lor worss nav uru .
A hrge number of desertions from the North probably be mounted immeuiij.
Carolina and Georgia regiment are reported to At latest advice, coi. canoy w sun snui up
have taken place lately. t Fort Craig. 260 miles south of here, and 2,4'0
. .a 4 I r-. 1 1 m a W ith t arAnti -i -.
The term of the Loudon troop? exp re? April texans were a. A.uui u - -v
ici artillery, aoou uan 7--vTrcii m-i v rh-i
Other accounts say the rebtl Cilonels Steele
awl Baylor, with 1 HR) Texans, are advancing on
The Texaus hold Santa Fe where they hive
organized a provisional Government with Gen.
Pelham as Governor.
If a forward movement can be made without
jeopardizing this department it will be done and
an effort made to rei.eve Col. t-anby and then
reclaim Santa Fe aud Albuquerque.
Col. Slough, as next ranking officer, is in com
mand of the Department while Colonel Canby is
penned up in Fort Craig.
Kansas Citt, March 31. Advices from Fort
Union to New Mexico to the 20th have been re
ceived. The nuin body of the Texans were encamped
Albuquerque. Sixty of them had arrived at
It is reported that Col. Canby had captured a
train of sixty wagons aud four hundred of the
the steamer King Ph llin arrived from the
lower river lrst night. bring;ug up four refugees
from RichrruMid and W est morel and county. ir-
rinia. whaf'came off from Kiiiiale on last Sat-
Thev state that the rebels are presiing every
male between the ages of eighteen and forty-five
into the service, andy have been closely hunt
ed bv the press gangs lor week or two.
The rebels had mostly left the neighborhood of
London, but a few squads of their cavalry roam
el through the country pressing into the service
all able to bear arms.
The refugees also say that late secession pa
pers state the Fftleral loss in the conflict w ith tbe
Merrimac was 1,500 men, also that the shots of
the Monitor had no more effect Vn the aides of
the Merrimac than hailstones.
The Government having returned to their re
spective owners all the boats on the Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal, trade has already began to re-
I Our loa in the engagement on Saturday aud
Washisgiojx, April 3.
SENATE. Mr. Hale from the Naval Com
mittee reported a bill authorizing the Secretary
of the Navy to test plans and materials to render
floating batteries invulnerable, with an amend
ment reducing the appropriation from $50,(KX) to
The bill was amended and passed.
Also, from the same committee, a bill for the
relief of widows and orphans of officers of the
shins Cumberland and Congress.
The bill gives twelv months extra pay to the
widow, child or nearest relative. The bill was
Mr. Doolittle presented resolutions from the
Legislature of Wisconsin against imposing a
stamp tax on newspapers or any interdiction of
Mr. Kennedy presented a memorial from to
bacco planters against the proposed tax on leaf
Mr. Wilson of Massachusetts offered the fol
lowing: Rt solved, That the Military Committee be in
structed to report whether any further legislation
is necessay to prevent persons employed in the
military service of the United States from aiding
the rendition or releasing control over persons
claimed to be fugitive slaves and to puni&h them
The resolution was laid over.
Mr. Davis offered the following:
Resolved, That the war shall not be prosecuted
in anv snirit of conoueöt or subjugation, but to
defend the Constitution and preserve the right of
the several States unimpaired, a,nd that tbe Urn
ted States will prosecute the wauntil this is se
The resolution was laid over.S
On motion of Mr. Sumner, the bill to admmis
tcr the oath of allegiance to citizens was taken
up and passed.
The bill to abolish slavery in the District of
Columbia was taken up.
Mr. McDougal, of California, spoke against it.
Mr. Ten Eyck, of New Jersey, said he "would
have preferred a bill providing for the gradual
emancipation of slaves.
Mr. Sumner moved to amend the bill so that
taking testimony before the Commissioners no
witness shall be excluded on acccount of color
The amendment was agreed to yeas 26,
Nays Bayard, Carlile, Davis, Nesmith, Ken
nedy," Powell, Saulsbury, Willey, Wilson of MU
souri, and Wright.
Messrs. Clark and Wright's substitutes were
Mr. Clark moved to amend the second section
by providing that a claimant making a petition
for payment for his slaves, shall take oath tbmt
be nas not Dome arms in reoeuion anu given aiu
and comfort thereto.
Mr. Trumbull moved to add that such oath of
a party to the petition shall not be evidence of the
facts therein stated. Agreed to ana the amend
ment was adopted.
Mr. Browning, of Illinois, moved an amend
, shall be $500 instead of $300, half to be retained
by the Secretary of the Treasury, to be paid to
the person liberated, if he emigrates to another
The motion was rejected aves 10, navi 31.
Mr. CollamertitTered an amendment that the
owners of persons held to service shall put upon
file the name and description of the rK-Tsonshb
erated by the bill within twenty days alter making
claim for payment, or within such time as the
Commissioners may lira. t under penalty of for
feiture of claims, aud that the Clerk of Court
shall issue certificates of manumission to the per
The amendment was adopted.
Mr. Djolittle offered an amendment appropria
ting $100,000 to aid in voluntary emigration of
persons liberated by tbe bill or other persons of
color in ihe District of Columbia to Hayti, Libert
or other countries, which was adopted yeas 527,
Nays Messrs. Chandler, Clark, Fessenden,
Foster, Grimes, Hale, Howard, Merrill, Pomeroy,
The question was then taken on the passage of
the bill and it passed by ayes 29, nays 14.
Nays Messrs. Bayard, Davis, Henderson, La
tham. Doolittle. Nesmith. Powell. Saulsbury,
Clark, Willey, Wilson of M.vuri, Wright and
The Senate then adjourned.
j bt r RLKSkara. I
flew York Market.
5sw Tom, April S.
Flour opened a shade firmer and closed steady
. a. .... .. .. .-? mm la k a-v 4 -jH h v f trtnillvW
for home consumption; $5 20(25 25 for supcrfiue
Sute; $5 30(a5 40 for extra State; $5 20Q5 25
for superfine Western; $5 30(25 CO for common
to medium extra Western; $5 705 .0 for
shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio, and
$5 50(g5 C5 for trade brands, market closing
Whisky opened quiet and closed firmer with
more doing; sales at j,(ctt'Z.ic.
V beat quite firm with a limited eunply oSer
ing and a moderate export inquiry; sales of Chi
cago spring at $i 26; amber Iowa 1 30; red
State $1 301 3o; red Pennsylvania 4 JJd;
winter red Western $1 37. .
Com very firm with fair export Inquiry;
American Express Company, .
UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY.
OFFICE US THK CORNER O" WASHINGTON AJTD
Meridian street. IndiauarwJia.
Three daily .preioea to xew iora;
Two daily Ex pre to CiocinnaU. and
Two dady Expre wa to Chicago and ft. LnnU;
Tha abova Companies art tha o&ly privileged tipreaaoo
tbe following roada, rix:
LAFAYKTTB A CHICAGO;
INWANArOUS A I'tRU:
TF.KKK HAITE A KICHMOXTV.
LELLF.IONTAIXE 4 IXDLASArOLI.
Moner. naakares. valuaMea and freiht carried with
Safety and dispatch, and la charg of special and eCdeol
meaengera. M . .
otea, Kill and intra will V proropi'T coneciea ana
raady returns made.. J. ElTrElüIEU). kgrnu
sales at 5Sjc for mixed Western in store; COc I
delivered; dc for damaged do.; 56 (J 57c for new
vellow Jersey and SouUiern, and tic for in
ferior white Southern.
Pork more active; sales at $12 75(313 00
for mess; $1011 for prime; $12 5013 50 for
Beef quiet and steady; not enough doing to es
Lard rules dull and prices still favor tue buyer;
sales at ?RdaC.
The sugar market for raw continues firm and
the demand mod rate: Cuba 6fJ(t-c; Forto
Rico 7i5c; refined in fair demand and
very firm. '
Molasses stead; Barbadoes 25; Porto Rico 35
(S36: Cuba Muscovado 22(22oc.
Butter rules firm at 9 14c for Ohio and 161
21c fpr State. - '
Cheese firm; sales at 6?c.
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? So i ES'SSfcS
t 0 - oSaxoS
Notice to Heir of Petition to Sell 11 ei
STATE OF INDIANA, VLiRlON C0CNTT-C0URT OP
Common Fleaa. Notice la hereby pi vifn that Sil- T.
liowen and Cbarlet G. Stewart. AdminiratOTa.of Wf Hani
Stewart, deceased, havs filed tteir petl'äon i sell the
real estate of tba decedent, hia peraotuU btrg buafficint
to par hia debt: and that aaid petition will be beard at
the next term ot the Court of Common Pleas cf said
coantT. Attest ' WILLIAM WALLACE,
p3-d3t - Clerk C. C P. of Maloieoaty.
c a ,
2C0 Cavalry and Artillery Horses
TITAMTD immediately at the old ycrth Stahle, on
Maryland atreet, between Pennarlvania and Me-
ridian atreeta, for which t higheat prtoe will mm paid 1b
WE HAVF. OX 1!H) A LART.E AKD WELL AS
SOKTEÜ rtock A Iiry Pooda, to hieb wa iavita
lbe attention ofCASiI I'EALFH.".
JA.tllvS lAiVt A CO., .
. d30-d3m Uoaia-tlW, Kj.
3(1. 307 IIIIOADWAI,
CORNElt OF FRANKLIN STREET.
TTTt.x T TTTlil TTlit, 1 miUS Crt claa hooe the moat uiet, homehke. and
WUat IS JtllU UCiUtU II r.u.ant hotel rn the city ofT-r. aoprrlor Induce.
A Cold I annoyii f. ,
A Cooh troableKome.
' loaraeue.a rreventa reech.
. v Sore Thront are, painful.
Is rleaatit to ta-f. and woo effecta a cot.
. ti ceuta a box, at ail the D-r tore a.
' CCaKS COLL.
CX'KFJI SOßE THEOAT.
menta to thou v.iititir Sew Iork f boaineaa or J leaxuia.
It la central in lu hjcaüon, and kept cn the VXkVYf.kS
I'LAiV. in cormectiofi with TATLt)KS RA LOO." , het
refrebroenu can had at all hoor, aerred la thalr
roorna. Tha charrea are moderate, th rootaa and at
teadance cd th Cm order-bath and all the modern re,
veniencea attached. roarl-13ia
HOUSE The House took tip the tax bill.
Tbe following amend meat in relation to marine
and inland insurance was made:
Where tbe amount insured does not exceed
$1,000 the tax upon the same thall not exceed
25c. where more than $1,000 and not exceeding
$3.000. the Ui ehall be 50c; when exceeding
The following amendment was also made to
Where the amount mortgaged does not exceed
$5,000 the Ux shall be 50c, where exceeding
In regard to these amounts, it was agreed that
where the value on consideration insured does not
exceed $100, or the mortapes do not exceed
the amount, there shall be no stamp duty impo
sed. The following proviso was rejected, that any
ODE TO nitATf IE' Tl'SSILAGO.
Ob ! where can I End them.
To the Dru Store ro quick,
1 will speedily try them;
I have a tadCvQg-,
Aad I wikh to be iure
To have the baat remedy
That will very aooa cere.
J7" 25 eenti pr box, at all tbe rog Stcrea.
II O XV LOST! HOW lirr.TOIlCD!!
Jurt Fefy!J4ked in a AeaUd JT ey.
PK1C SIX CE5TS.
POWERS' - HOTEL,,
(roRv-ftLY fitu'a )
Oppoalte the Artor nae and Tark, 5ew Tork,
p ii ici; or ixoaixd t &o pku dat.
THIS lone tabli.h'd atd popvtar ba baa reeeot'y
been rt-bnilt and greatly elared by the addition of
over 100 rooT.atid ikw bat accermoodatioM for ever 300
pertona. It haa aJw been thorooahly reonvaUd and re
farruabed. aod ta heated by ateaui n4 Hrhted by raa
throrhouU Thia hotel haa one of the beat location to
the city, ) thfj r.f aereaa from all the ctrunboata a4
railroad. leadiAg to iL city, and te co-reient t all tbe
dty convey ance a. It haa now all the requisites cf a frU
claaa hotel, lruurin the comfort of iu inaaat. The
, patrcma.e of the travelics putlic U rejctfol!y 'Jiclted.
Term f l 641 r day. II. - itj- x-ius
THE MORKIS IIOTJSI.:,
(Former! . Ameriran,)
iiottMATtLT orrourr ck itroT,
W. U SAIT, Clk.
rr& now awi far th accoauDodattoa ot lit trali"
JI rut!ic. TfcehotuehM ten ttofooghly rtaovatad.
acd fanuahed front to to botUim.
LfXTURE on the Nature, Treatment and Radical
Cure cf s permit or r -era or punal weakoeca, I
voluntary t.nnaMoca, rexuat ueruiiy ana ianpeaij-iiTB
to marriage enerailv. f rvosnv.Cooumrtion, cp-
lepey and Ht; Mental and phvaicaJ LocaMCitr. iuJuna;
from Self-Abuse, Ac By fcOEKKT J. 3UI.TEBWE1X,
V. I) . Author f Ihe tirr ILk. mit. A Bö t
Tboaianda of gafferert." aent ander seal la a plain en
velope, to mtij addreaa, port paid, m ree- ofar tt
of tw poetaar .taznpa. by Dr. CH. J. C. KU F- IXT Bow.
ery, 5ew York, PotoEce Box iid- apt3-443n la
WO 50. 1 BILUABD TABL-J. Willi BA-UJ
Top, will be sold very low, ana ou lime, u part m
Prr further infofwatiou apply t
3a mm f LJiwJ
So. 9 South lT.io rtreet. or t
THOS. J CHT,
mctiH-dl " Sbefbyviae, Indiana. .
Just EcccivccT and For ßalf,
"WHOLXHALX A5Ü rTAIL,AT
KO. 21 WEST YTAs:i';STO:i ST.,
LARGE AS50STIE3rr OF O AEDES &ACU H10-I
S to 14 teeth; Gardes asd Utc-& pmAm, Garde
hrtc-lavert Tn-ela. Ferfcs. t. 11 aad S mar.
Oardea rl kaiiroad W heelbarrowa. PmniB Catwe aod
fheara, iSebre Shear, firtixitonea, 5ai!, w ire and TT ire
O'Xb. EltUi; aad Packte Horn. A aplewdtd awruit
ofTalO and Pocket Cutlery, together with lar-e a4
fenrral aortreM f
rc . -äx.
Tot Faraen, EziUers, Üechaiic, inlU ad Rail-ro-da.