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R. II. SWIFT, Editor.
Friday Morning:, September 29. 1865.
The El it or is hot tfc held respon-
tibU for. nor to be considered at endorsing
cr approving any communication vhich
may at any time appear in the columns of
For Judge of tke 4th Judicial Circuit,
JEREMIin M. WILSON, of Fajetle.
Forjudge of the Oiurt tf Common Fleas
for the 6th Judicial District,
CIIAELES C. BISKLET, or Franklin,
To the Yoters of the Common Picas
v District composed oT the tonntlcs
rT Waynt, Inlon, Fajcttc and
t rankun. . . - t
During Jsbuary or February last,
Judgo Wilson resigned, creating a va-
csncy In tbo Judgrehip of our District.
Gov. Morton at the commencement of
the March Term of the Court at Brook
villc, filled that vacancy by the appoint
tnenl of Judge Kibby, and be csmc to
FranWln Cc-u-nty 1o bold that Term,
iriih fhe highest hopes of bis frienda.
So nclorious and well known 'were
the babita of Judge Kit by, that, prior
to bis appointment, Gorcrrfor Morton
exacted and obtained from Lira sol
emn promise that be would ootin the
future ir.dalgo his intemperate habits,
and that if be did before the election
fie would decline, and if after, that be
would resign, so that bis frienda should
bate no reaaon to complain or be griev
ed on account of bia elevation, and that
the public in tercet tbould not antler or
"be periled through him. Ilia friends
and acquaintances did bope that be had
sufficient manhocd to orercom and
control bis appetite, and justify their
In Wiyixi Coaniy, for -some jcsts,
the .Republicans bevo been accustomed,
through the agency of their Central
Committee, to bold a Nominating (Elec
tion on the tfrit Monday of April. In
view of all the -circumstances of the re
cent appointment, -it itm thought a
matter of prudence to postpone ffae
nomination of Common 1'Ieaa 4Tu(!e
until aoroe day after tlie April election,
and particularly ao, aa other Counties
tin the District had not adofted that
ay at em of nomination; and the-Central
Committee en resolved, and gare euch
ootice through all the TTayne County
i papers. Afterward, nod just on the ero
of the April election, for some cause,
teat known to themselves, tbey changr)
their determination, and on tho Sat -jr.
tiay before the elrctioei on Monday, ye
rnoticft thitabch a vo(a would be V-
In Fayette County there was a Clerk.
and ComroiseioifW to elect. 'and her
Central Committee determined that tho
Domination for these rflice should be
-made in April, and sa gave noVico
through the public press, bat made no
such determination or publication as to
' 'theJjudgeab'p. Some of the candidate
for nomination placed Judge Kibby'e
name on their tickets, and a number of
votes were cmt flr I.iro.
.'Judge Kibhy and his friend now
Claim that the action of these Counties
stop any further prrcccdirgs, coeolt
ation or effort at harmony or norai
nation by the District.
Ilf Judge Kilhy had been true to bira
etf and bia promises made to Gor.
'Morton ar.d others, the presumption is
there would bare been no trooblc or
.diflealiy in the matter, as our people
were entirely will? ff to give htm an
opportnnity of vindicating tlie hopes t1
Ibis 'friend, and 1 til no desire or IncJi
nation to prrrei t hi, nomination or
electioTi. 'Km rem to Urookville to
bdld the Ju'y (Tnoif, i J doring tlen-
ftire Tesn I'avr rpin at d' palpabK etl
dence that he lad vio!ted hie pfedges
repeatedly, nnd that bii old habits of
intemperai.c hud retnrnfd opon him,
and that hecnuid nntorAou!d not re
strain -or. control ibem. Wo then opn
ly maniftcd fur di(snifut ti n with,
and disapprobation tf h fnurse ami
conduct. TT iZH und know that if.
pending an rh'ttlnn. h wonld violate
bis solemn plviicrm irttd indu'ge his In
temperate Labil, thcro citi!d be no
safety or Mturity in the fature. We
eay these things m-cr in sorrow than
Under these tirt nmstancc, we carted
a District ConvcMioti to notuitiale a
Stididate fr this important position.
Our'CcuMy appointtd a full de!;a.
t!eo,"ar.d they spptetrd at the sppolnt
i t!ca. ?lr. Birdu sl, the Cbalroat:
of Ue Wayne County C-ntrat Cymmit
tee, appeared rind c'araH tcst the
entire vote of X7tjr County under the
instruction's matiifccird by tho April
nomination. Mr. Jv-J wards also appr
ed ftrvd - proposed to caMttho vote of
Fayette C'oanty pursuant to tho April
nomination. Mr. AJcJelosh atd other
gentlemen of Fayette also appeared,
and insiatcdthat tbo proceedings bad
in April were without notice or author
ity, and therefore invalid, and further
more did not express the truo sentiment
of Fayetto County.'
The Central Committee of Union
1 County bad appointed Delegates to said
Contention, a portion of whom were
From tho conflicting vie we and claims
I there dcreloped, it was manifest that
! harmony could not be expected, and
I tl A J . It M . I A Mia.lfll l1nln.MIH.il
in ,vn cutiuu niotij u vici ut new, ivt
the purpoio of arriving at the wishes of
the people, to refer the whole matter
back to them, and called for a popular
election nomination to be held in ech
Township in the District on the 23d
day of September.
Since that time, the Wayne County
Central Committee havo resolved that
no such election shall be held in. that
County, consequently it would hare
been vain and useless for the other
Counties in the District to hold said
election, as no satisfactory results could
bo attained, nor harmony thereby be
Charles C. liinkley, Esq., of Brook
ville, baa consented to be a candidate
for Common Fleas Judge, and we pre
sent bis name. to th people of the Dis
trict for their euppört. In some parts
of tbo District be may not be generally
known, but we may say that be is a
man in the prime of life, of well settled,
temperato habits, and irreproachable
character. "lie bas bad a very exten
sive iegal 'practice, particularly in tüte
Court, ami has a thorough acquaintance
with is principles, routine, forme. and
practice lie is a clear-headed, prompt ,
indastruwj, energetic business mnn.ar.d
as a proof of the manner in which ' bo
is esteemed where he la best knowr , we
confidently expect to giw biia tb e ea
tiro vote of Franklin Couaty.
The Common Tleaa Court t, oaecf
the most important in the Stated-
Through it passes the cnt.ro propsity
or tue btatj about every tlti rty Tears
It is held every four moo he ia each
County. Iu business is brjvgbii borne
to every caQt3 -floor, smd, fa bohalf o
the widows acd orpbana-of the coailrv
wo demand eo light- ncd exertweof
the -cloctw franchise ia selectis tke
priest who hall uie.S6teTat' aer altar
Keretofure, ia this '. pan of tbeState
our Judges have gv n orally beea men of
temperate habits.' J oae' instance, ia
the Mudiuon Circuit, tW people' were
guilty of the egrerioaa lolly ci electing
one of bcr gifted eosi, Cbapraaa, to the
oencn a mat0f iatcapcrate' babita
with tbo bvpecf reformist bim: but
eaaiy were - a-r disapsoiaied: and it
was only t last eleetioa that thev
- " a r
succeeded in shaWnr- i.hrim nff Vit A
eating r.ina A poHf
- - e -"i wj
it 4 claianedlbat thpe5le ktV a v n a
a i -cue aro Douad by the votes
c-At at the April Komiaating.Electioa
to vote föt Judge Ivibby. Ths w at
terly deay. But even if it were a fall
and fair expression of the pablio raimJ
at thai time, the du,ty of Vac pcpta and
lbs- noiaince are reciprocal. If the cto
pie are boand to support the aomtnee.
kt 10 ?deeta Li rrcw,ec- nd
tit CD fcor t KitHtrttt in..!. .
L. ' wnnner as io
fr m av Ao.i.kt. a . a
..jji.ij.i-. ion do S worthy of their
----?- u uvea not, ne nas no
claims upon their regard; otherwise the
machinery to effect a proper choice, bat
becomes an engine of power ftnj op
pressioa. These Matters are aapleas
ant, but the pablie iatercat retjuirea that
we sbuld look tbcu fall Ä xU faee,
and act as becomes Ameriton Iresmsn.
Jt is a'fact not to be disgsised, Itit
particalarly notorious in Wayne Coun
ty, hat Judge Kibby eWber ran net cr
will not coatroi hie appetite tr toxi,
eating liquors, and be hss, not enlv
once, bat frrqnently, aulborixed the
pubi:ia:ioD of his delinqoeatie in Wn
A very short time m w intertehes fre
fore the election, and we had hoped ere
now to bare arrived at some saOsfae
tory arwf harrnonfofli eolation-
- uaii f-1
but since the recent action of tha Warne
vouni urnirai commirtee there is no
other alternative left os bol to apnea
to an nM-htsned poblfc. and Jr them
to pn-tect and vindicate their deafest
rights and interests.
Wo ssk and demind, os a matter of
ftraple j-utice to the people, that the
Fre-s of the District accord os a fair
hearing before their readers.
TINS SOLDIERS' rfMTIYlL
We think we are safe In sarinir that
such arrangements are being perfocted
as will make the liereptlon and Festl.
al lo-morrow a success. The Ladies'
Committee on Refreshments held a
meeting at Scott Uall oh last Tuesday
afternoon, and among, other matters
then determined on. desire to mske the
following saggestions through our col.
While the Committee wonld not pre
sane to dictate k to .tie quantity and
kfed of provisions to be furnished by
each family, they would respectfully
fBfjree t mat the supply be ample, and
that Variety be observed as much as
possible, there Usually, belog a super
abundance of bread on -each occasions.
Our friends In the country are re
minded that butter and cream are in
dispensable, and that these articlca aro
extremely acarco in the towns at thia
time. ' ,
Aa it is impossible to procure a suffi
cient number of plates of our mer
chants, the citizens of Urookville are
urged to furnish the same, so far as
they may be able. Tbo use of tbslr
table-cloths js also a matter of noceisi
ty. There will be an efficient police
force on the grounds during the day,
and persona need have no feara of losing
their article. It is beat, however, that
their names be written on their plates
and on cards attached to their table
cloths. THE COMMON PLEAS JUDGESHIP.
Action of the Union County Central
Pursuant to previous notice, the Un
ion Central Committer of tbia County
met at the Court IIov.se n Liberty, on
Saturday last, when ihe following pre
amble and resolution were adopted :
Wilt m as, The previous action of tho
different Counties' coru posing the Sixth
Common Plae Dintricl hau not been in
concert, and no, conducive of satisfac
tory results, ao J certainly not binding
on the District at large; therefore.
Resolved, Tuat we in Union County
will bold a tTiass meeting or convention
on Saturdaj the 2lQtU bat, in Liberty,
at 1 o'clock. P. M., lor the purpose of
appointing Delegates tu a District Con
venlünrto be bold l Oonnetsvilla on
Tuesday the SJ day of October next,
and request be Uber Counties of the
Diatri.t, to meet ns in sa& Cbnvealioa.
oy Vi legatss, and vcte upon the basis
ot Ofia vote for each one hundred votes
cast for (X 1 Morton lor Got ernor in
18'j4, ?d ono vote for every fraction of
QJ ty volea or over at the aame election.
; ReuivsJ, That ocr only desire in tak
"leg this actio is to secure the harmoay
and aueeeA of tao'Unke. party and
caase, a ad we respectfully uro the
Ceatrul Committees of the various
Cos a tics cocaposiog the District to man
fest a similar spirit of conciliatioa atd
ksriaooy by taking steyn to aecure a
full representation in the Convention.
Iltsokcd, That the Chairman of our
CeatraVCooiuittctt be instructed to for-
ward- copies ti tha above rceoiutions tu
the Co air man Of each Of tbeCvatral
Committees of the several Couatios com
' D.'S.' PiBMWi, Ch'n.
2. T. BftooxBAKK, Secy.
We - commertd t ho spirit - wbicb is
iaan)fvfrtd ta tha foregoing resolution,
and heartily ocSors&tlio s tat erne at that
MtberpvsTios actton of the different
Coanties" 'Au not' bee' binding, oa the
VDistrkt at large" aud deeply vegrct tkat
the atteuipta that bave been raaii t
arrive at concert ai basc.oy have
not been productive of b&t&factory re
sults, la response to the proposition
made by our frisnds of Union County,
w. caa onJy eay that twice- Ujivo wo
soagh.1 to eUain "tho action of tho dif
fsreat Counties corapofia. th-o Sixth
Cottxraon Plcus District," which would
be "biadiag o tbo District at fa-rge,"
ami twivo have w ben foiVed by the
refural of-Judgo Kibby and liJs frivncie
to resogoirc or be boand by saidi adk.
otwrtbetandmg this, however, l&pt
the lABguage of Mr. Binlcley in hiV ap-
peal to the people, our "anxiety fur
haroayand u-nity ie-auch ti.af w.
are '-Willing at any time- to-submit tho
whole watteraü iwsuo ttr aay fiwr meth-
od ef oc-tttiniirg an oxpreh)n' of the
will of Ihe Union ciettore," Uut. until
J., j v : I v I i
uogo j-wiuoy ana n J?.ta t,euro ut.
that they will r.wt in tnca-.nw spir-
It, we cannot see that any additional
action en our part is requisite-.
JSoctbe wltfru Indiana Conference
iNDiANAror.rs DisttticT -Jara-os R. Lsth
rop. P. li
InUisnapolis, Asburv Chanel. F C
IJollidsy;City Mission. Joseph 'Parking,
ton; Franklin. F 9 Woodcock: Edin
burg, S O Noble; Shelbyvillo, J S Tevis
nope, vm aiaupin; Mount Auburn,
Landy Harens; Foirland. David Stivi'r:
öoutnport, r 3 Turk; Acton. Andrew
Jytton; Oreerwoodr Jamee M Craw
ford; Susar Crook, to be sni.nlied;:
lied!- St. 1
Omer, R Roberts; Shelbr. BP Tucker
John 1J Lower, Atvt tor Sul.W
Cox.tEnsv?ttED.TarcT--J T Mslfendsr,
Connerstirie, B M Barns; Brookv file,
Charta Tinslev; Ihville, l T Ftr.
rtrss; iaarer, Wm. JlarrHon; Milton. P
MS SSSa . . '
tarisna; Jjiosrty and College Corner.
J u UitidfoPi Jit. Carmel. George W
Winchester; Columbia, D (J Benjamin:-
in ouarioriy cuniercnco.
4wxAcfta DisiaiCT - Sampeon
incher, V. K. campeo
Maüih.1.1 DisimcT-T. G. Daharr.ll.
p n 'i
Madison. Weslev Chanel. J G ChaflV-
Roberta Chapel, Qeorgo L Curtis; St.
John's, tt G Adkiusou; Walnut Street,
to be supplied; Lanaan, one to be sup
plied. C G Heath: Moorefletd. William
V - - -; 1 1 fi
TviBaiiivu. xj a ivouoriBon: iveiawsre. i
JifrttisoftVlLLB District R G Wood,
I . XJ. ' 1
Jwrehcsbufrr. FA Hester Aurora AJ'' wuen n eraoara. uore musaetsj returned borne on Veteran
VT Yf Snyder; iJoore'. Hill GeirLe R ! ,r,n"?ort8 fyr tf6. horJ. nd furlough June 4th, 1861; started again
JenllnsB.lleview, üecigo W Fyr t ul T'W Püint V ' APril 10 lbd fie,d 00 the 16th Jul "nd
Guilford, to be supplied; Mancheater' uhcfe.the & "n7 corps wss ported to General Butler at Bermuda
.aatHTomlinson; Wilmington. E L Jt u l'8 "opdred; had several severe aklrmishes
ioinn: v sooro, J r Si U a n: Morr n a i? . V. hm .no ummy near jUeep ixjuom,
MMitcheM; GreenVurgNYT. ?P'i 4th, Virginia, returned to Washington City
ford, James M'Caw; Clarksburg, J S Im U 'i .k r''"P n 0,V.De 010 Ag"" 6th; assigned to the 2d Divis-
Winchester; S ß Falkinbarg. Agent of a"nd,ed J" Ai.ver. wiib General ion. 19lh Army Corps, commanded by
Moore's Hill M.le.nd Female Collegiate Undfrf eI,cdltln. ""d ths sanie night General Orover, marched to Berrys-
Institute, and Member of Moores Hill ;!"?m-m I ?rmud Hundred. 'Ihe yille. Va, via W.eCer'e Gap, and joined
Quarterlr Confer.no. rrgiment participated ,io nearly all of Phil Sheridan's command in the Valler.
JeffersonVllIo, Wall Street, J K Pye;nVhiteIIouae;lea tho White Mouse on the prisoners. Remained in the Valley that at Urookville. The Conference do
City aii-sion, A is Marhtt; CbarJcir ' Htb; and again reaefced. JJermuda Ilqrj jiotil January, 1865, wcfl tbo 2d pivi-! citjed io favor of JSeYrAlbaoy. and t'py
town, Win Montgomery; Utica, Isaac
Turtur; Lexinr-ton, Ö S McMahan;
Kent, W A Thompson; Vienna, F S
Potts; Wooster. A Kenncday; Seymour,
J W Sullivan; Vernon, T Ü McClain;
Paria, to he aupplied; Columbua, T II
Lynch; Ellzabetbtown, John Miller;
John W Locke and Jesaa Drockway
transferred to Kansas Conference; J O
Uruce and J C Harrison transferred to
KECEPTION OF TUE 13T1I REGIMENT.
This gallant Regiment had a recep
lion and welcome at Indianapolis on
Saturday, ICth Inst. Speocbea were
made'hyGon. Mansfield, Gov. Morton
and Col.'Rtiy. Qaite an interest at
laches to tbia Regiment, from the fact
that many of our Franklin Courtly boys
were members of it. It baa a record of
which il may well be prood Below we
giro a history uf ihe Regiment lrom ita
organisation up to ita rn unter out:
Organixfd at Indianapolis; mustered
into tho service June 19th. 18C1; start
ed for the field July 4th, 1561. and on
tlio 10th joined General McClellsn at
the fcot of Rich Mountain, Virginia;
on the Ihb, participated in ihr buttle
ot Rich Mountain, wader General
Rosecrans; on the 14th, moved to Dever
ly, and ou the Hist advanced to Cheat
Mountain Pass, whore General J. J
Reynolds aaorjfte'r tojk c-traruand;
,wcre engaged royuVnerous coutf; on
the 12i u aad lib of September, wero
instrumental fu defeating the rebel
General Robert II Lee, iu his attacks
oa Chest Mountain Summit and Elk
water; wore afterward stationed ut
Elk water, aui on the 201 und 2&b,
reooti uoittrcd the enemy' position, at
Mingo's Flats; on the 3.1 ot October,
took yuitv io General Rtiyno.de recoo
noisanain J)rta; Greenbrier; during
the engagement supported Captain
liuwa liattery, 4th U. S. Artillery;
fron; tke 2äth f t Octobor to the 7ih
diy of November wero on a scout
ibruAgh a vili isgiox, Creqaentcd by
guerrilla aad äeepradjoee, ks tLe
Molly and Kanti rivers, and suc
ceeded iu cspliring & number and
di&prg tho rsusixrder; wete Isen
stationed at Beverly, Virginia, and
whilst there a ptrtion of the regi ta.cn t
wero ortieittu tJ jiin General iiilroy
on Cheat Mountain lucnil, aaioa tke
13lh of December participated in tiv
buttle of Alleghany; on tho l&ib tke
r$it.c&t left Ucverly. Cor IV eust; em
barked at 7ebua tie lUltMore
and Ohio Railroad, and passed over the
Alleghany Mountains to the region of
tboUppor PuloroAf, wbere it punscd
the winter in jiclive operations; were a
guard of. honor' .orer the remains of
General Landes.'ai Paw Paw ou the 2d
of üarch; on tke 3 h and Clh moved to
Mart in bürg, Virginia, where General
Shields touk command of the division;
the regiifeeni took, past in Ihe xdvatce
on Win heiler; oo. tUe 18 h. 19th- tuid
215k h ou a scout up th valley to Sra
burg; on the 22 J partibipataiJi in i!m en
ggcnie:il at Winchester anA ruuiter
iriit) the ptuaa ol the rthtl
erul J-ickon up tle ShensrftJkiuli Vult
Icy us fur as JJew Market ifnd Colnnbia
biidg; on the 1.3xli of May vlie division
started doyvrj l!e .Vi! Icy, cro-ned ihv
Uiue U d'O; auiji s9or.-i(lrrT:'.rd, jjir.ei.
G. ncrul MvP
1.3 J li'JeritkHbiirg.
y a: ie -t;- ord rel
t retvr )' ti- V. IU-y to i e.i. ,-ivt.
th ssbtV b tl ttho l iW
,na!Ha erom-J U B'.u
iV Vf r t Tu ' . " I
to ifa,..,,, Ju,rh;i.;o iSf h., t
Juno. I8C2: emU.ikd on trunso.-r a
Alexandria, d o ik 'Z ,f J-nty
4 ,hpd "er"1 M'i-.CI-Ra. at U in-nV
I hui'iiu:. litre n'liwiiinn utmi. i:it
rsn. ..V a
evucu;w,d, nhvn-it muicbej down"!bj
Foinncultt to iort M two ; n' the 30il
wen-t to iJ-lilk;: t-fy if r-inNUl! ninp
jn-rRs sngri'd ianumvroti oporuliliriir
in ttini region ol country,. t!u mot im
r,rtant of whieh wert re3!nti''iM.'ine:.'
of thu R'aclc.vaur. October 2, MWmber
17, Dttcwbt 15) the battle of the
uesenou rann, j tuiary J 1SG3: ibe
dtfvat of the rebil General Lonirmrcot.
in nis iiucmni icscijw tue place, from
April 10 io May 3'; and thts tearing un
and brifiL'lM? i IT of tieurlr foru- mii.
of railroad frm ihe 13lh to the lD.fi of
June 37 lelt tor SuColk; joined
ji jfye ut me tuiw liouae, on
Prttiiui.ky i:iver. July I, started on on
- J aavw w. M.l I
1. v..,.i :.. .I. i u 1 1 j I
WVl.x 7 tl" !tt,,rü"a'
-.u, uüii.k .-irii.nj tvcompjienea ine
. - . k .M - M 1 daMi-a-.. m 1
uujwv rvprii-u oo, arrirvu ut i oris-
mouth CD' (he 1 Ith. and wore atati'or.(.1
at B-jwefs Hill. July 28. left Ports
n-outn, ana on Augusts arrired in Do
panmenv oitm isouin-, ana diserabsrk-
. . t. ra . . . . . . - I
ea on olly Island, S C.jbero the gl-
nent was stationed1 fof tvveraF months,
i'-rncip-iinp id an jperaTronff on Aior
Veteran. Lrefl FultV Island. Fabrftarr
oi io- oj, . . . " j
I? j a ? ? h ,a,?fd .?eneral Seymuof
Jack.ofrv Ufo, Florida,- where it re-
it i . i
flii - hm " ;,; : .r .7, UM
v..-,Vv.i..jn,iiuui in iu vngngv
W UULUVU Uli fUO i iu,
U t-.. . t . . . '
vm-o.er oiaiion on tha 1(1LI ami
on ine luui. ana a
charge on tho rebel rifla oils near Fos
ter a Furm on the 20ih. in all of which
the lose was about two hundred; on the
tölii oi .lay was withdrawn lrom the
tin K.io.m... ..i . ..i ..i..,ik
place and all the operations around, in
until the LZlh. When t rtnrnai1 In Ih
V ----- .w . v '
dred on the 15th crossed the Appomattox
river, and took part In the operations
in front of Petersburg until the 17th,
when it returned to Bermuda Hundred.
Non-veterans Ittft Rermuda Hundred
on the 10th and arrired at Indianapolis
on the 24th of June, 18C4; returned to
the field in July. July 30, '64. charged
on Petersburg, after the explosion of
the mine; on duty in the trenches dur
ing the soige of Petersburg; during the
month of August, 1864, engaged in the
battle of Strawberry Plains, September
15, 18G4, and operationa agaijist Rich
mond, Virginia, on the north side of
James river; engaged in the battle of
Chapin's Bluff, and assault on Fort
Gilmore, September 19; attack on the
rebel fortifications in front of Richmond,
October 10. 1861; sent with the expedi.
lion to Nw Y-rk, November 8 1864,
with the first expedition to Fort Fisher,
December 3 1864; returned to Chapin's
B uff, December 31. 18G4; with the sec
ond expedition to Foit Fisher, January
3, 18C5; engnged in the asau!t on Fort
Fishrr, January 15, 1863; Fort Ander
son, February 19; entered Wilmington
February 22, 18G5; then matched to
Raleigh, North Carolina, wtiere it ar
rived April 14, and remained until July
20, when it was san-ined to duty at
Goldoboro, North Carolina; mustered
out Septrrnber 5; started for home
September ?. arriving at Indianapolis
September with 29 officer and S50
Colonel John II. Lawrence.
Lieutenant Colonol Richard J. Gra
ham. Major Samuel J. Cart.
Adjutant Saxey Ryan.
Quartermaster AlpbeuH Bailey.
Surgeon Nathan A) Chamberlain.
THE 1STII REGIMENT
On Monday of last week the veteran
I8ib receired a public reception at tbo
State Capital. Speeches were made by
lien. Mansfield, Gov. Morton, General
Grose aid Washburn, and Hon. D. E".
Williamson, lb 18ih had in its or
ganizstion many from Franklin Coun
ty, and of all the regiments that have
gone from Indiana, none have returned
witU a brighter military fame. The
fjl'jo-viag U a history cf the I&giräetU :
Mustered into service August IC, 1861:
atartrd for St. Louis on the morning o
the ) Tib;, from. Ikat place it proceeded t
Jefferson City;, was- the first Indiana
regiment to reach that place; from thero
to RoonviJIe,. Mo , by way of Tipton;
went up the river to Glasgow, capturing
tbo steamboat Sunshine at Cambridge;
mad the celebrated 100 day campaign
under Fremont; returned to Oitcrvillc
undea General Ilantoi;. wero with Gen
oral Popo at tt o capture of prisoners at
Biack water, under Colonel (now Gvn
erul) Jiff. C. Duvie; joined General Cur
tis at Lebanon in his advanco oa. Spring
fwld,. and formed a part of his preiag
column engaged in the buttle of Pi-a
Hidge;: moved to LetKown;. recuptured
the Peoria light ArlilWsy. u-re tloinfc
tdon the battle Sj Id tvthis gallantrybr
G-fisaJ vommandiiigv and by Gincral
TTIiile, f Illinois, who roro.nuuidtd an
adjiiing brigüd-; made ihor:reh from
I't a Uidgu to II-l-na,' Arkuiicas. undi-r
tic n era I Curtis; p rticipaiedi lutlut on
iteru'nt ut Cotton Flaut oo t!i f ola
riV'-r; during tli mirch were hivf the
tunc on half ration utul fr d y with
Rxtiiing but corn; from llt-U n. under
i'in ruV Stellt wero sent up tb-r rm-r
to Sil;!iur Spiring-, MHH .un; mu'ht h
wirifr c-iiiupaigii Io siultieatrrn Mi
sur ; , Anlr 1862. weie tr.n-.f. rrt d
Jioni MtSfOurt to id aronj. ol Tennexs'
mitUt G-enerul Grant; ormd, pi; i't'
Iii divtsicti twidcr Gcnernl Curr; t? . n it-i-d
il fiiein) 'e posit k at Vickburg nndo
(rwi ki)i'r Ol. l!l( IdUi onan0 die
fl'tfc at Fort G-ibfoi-- Mny V"t. cuptmcd
!liv flrK M-td cl olorH and Ihe first
i-iico .nf artillery in thu Srrt Sh' ni
meious v.t!'riee armmd VicMurg
wtro engaged in tion-af Champion.
Rills-and UiauL Iliv.r C'-'d'; weru ji
tbu charges on lh I9h anil 22-1 vf Mny.
Tho ISth. althoueli in tho rvstj-ve, wero
(bo ürst to Dlaiit the r colors on me
oi.cmv'a wok. s'hd'ktfbt thtfm there fir
vtgui tourr; lelt YicIiDütg:Brid "v."Ut to
2tw ürleati undvr Cbiitfhil Vus1l:wii:
M.dn thu twu- r-u m ..;. h nw sm 'P.i.u
river; ,'rOm IhcrS to the mutitli' df llibi"0.' lh Co'logo ut iJ-ookviUo will bo
Km Grande; thu-up the döu-ntb'Mus
ang Jslancl;' assistud- in captutibg tb
lort on tho island Witll'ohe cbmpKny o
- --w v.. ....HI. .Vl.tltIIJBl.IJIlJIII.il. .
. ... : 1 1 a j. . i. . v .. . .
" .V.Vr ?.DD.01 "v- ry; jrom'tr.t?ro
-"agorair imanas;' were at tnö rcu ud-
wuu uirory rjiperanza,' a Bvavy flasu
. . M jr. . kl M j.V ' . ...
ty four pouridVjr'S- and oha' altart rt. In rH
Columbiud. 'fh'fiytft RyiAdu: dhhkUi
. Ä. '
oi tho fcUli' d'öicl' ISih' Indiatja- mnd
oii and 09th Illinois, drovo the' enemy
out, capturing bis arms aiid atxiiüM'nh
lion, camp ana garrteoo equipage.
attack RAtnn Tlnif, .r.lj.1.1 font.
r . ""f """"("""V
trg tbera, after fire- boors' hard fight
lag, They were armed with smooth-
August 19th, 18G4; participated in the
fvu.u" Ln' 161
oaine ot Upequan, near Winchester,
Va., September 10th, 1864. in which
name oi upequ
two commissioned officers and S3 en
listed men wero killed and wounded;
following tbcm up at Fisher's Hill.
Vi , September 19ib, losing in killed
anu wounded o men and 2 oommiNSion
our luin, wueit me reoei uenertt i'jiriy
.. m . . . .
our army, in the absenco of
Qk..;,i,. .. Tu t . i . .
this eneacrment. 45 men and 6
iifflffhi UllA.t ..A jrnnn.U ...1 -.
mm t m mm f M VHHUWi SSIIU eJaJ
eion rf the 19ih Army Corpe wae or
dered to Savannah, three months do
ing hard fatigue doty in the way t
building fortifications. Msy 3, 180.',
Ihe regiment was detached from thfe
Division, and sent to Augusta, Ga.;
were the first to raise the stsrs d
stripes over thsl city and the I
States arsenal at that place; retu.
to Savannah, June 7, 1SC5, and uu
subsequently trsnnported to the South
Srn Yf PltAh tt Cl tt rrri a vartMS It A,
v a-'va iw Va wvs Kst. wssvswswivav rt . r .1 . i a
dutv until its order lr mustert-krhe ffl lb fo lowing named
The regiment left the Stato JoO
strong, and now returns witbf en
listed men and . eight com nt )id
officers for final payment and discharge
FIELD AND STAFF.
Colonel Doil R. Bowden.
Lieutenant Colonel Joeiah Camp
bell. ' V ' .. 1
Major Napoleon Ji . iniels.
Adjutant Will iaiu L ,eo.
Quartermaster Betijuiiiln F Boweo.
Surgeon S. Clay Brown.
Asistnt Surgeon Puter M. B;gney.
Assistant Sur -n F C EJdleman.
S. E. INDIANA CONFERENCE.
Corrcspoadiae ef tha Indiana American.
Madison, Ind., Sept 21. 18C5.
Ed. American," The steamer Goneral
Lytle is a large, fine boat, but was
crowded uncomfortably, as a great
many persona could get no rooms, and
a great many had to eat at the second
lable. The former could Jborrie; the
latter mut havo been a'tv.c.tKougb br
strategy I did not try it. - .
I found Madisoa looking for os, and
Hon. A. B. Line and myself have a
room in one of the Snest Lomes in tho
city The old Senator seems at boE&e
among the pfencbers. sod lü UaUia-
dautly able to do Justice to youag tbiok
The session of ConkrerfW keen
tkua far pleouft.t, ant) tl Ax i& rap
ty Sniehing up. We willTe ready to
adjourn by Sunday, e far aa th gen
eral business is concerned, but the ordi
nation of Deacons and Elders will be
attended to en Sunday, arfd the Confer
ence will adiurn.on Äonday morning.
The list of appointments is, I pro
some, about finished, and the preachers
are again arranged for another year. X
canaob aow ssy who will preach for tho
people of Brook rille, as 3 urn nt in the
secrets of the Cabiaet. 1 knor that
several of the awninltirs would liko to
live there, if it felT to their lot. The
peoplo wiH know before thia sec day
light who will be thelu Paator. us t hope
to. have the appoitttmonts fur your next
Madibcn is looking older than, when
I saw it last, and but fow improvements
seem to be in :rogre$-. The railroads
north of hero Iravo killed' this venera
bio city.. The Conference, however, i
finely enlcrthiotd: Drs. Durbiu, Roid,
Bowman and other eloquent mlniMturs
have been hertvnnd eome of them mill
remain. Bhso'j. itorrii is old and IVe
b!e, but he it ublt to 'jvct. tiuegs tuov
1 wiU be oJli',. pri-bablj. to send you
twAty f-n amount of tho colU t tn.n
wiihin Cht- hoiit)(i t la..V im-h
this year. n geniTtd thing- thy tnI
leotioio liaCti bci-o iood, and the Hula
iic of tlM jii tnthai M wciu gcoierall v
p:id L Ifttds lu'Wevcr, l ui vry. fvw
who have U-urt nJU to liv.- viihin thir
lufic-H, A tinniir bar tM my ihnt
iloy are io d lit, rwnl oiiih suy that
they are raoioly rH.ir.i; up-whiu tnmn
! b.ul collvticl lieloie entering the !
in rn tri ry
lti rii'i; ill.- y.rur, F'.llu r ifavenn, W.
(t. Ri'i-iJ. Ii u iiil K Vrglit huvo died.
Tin) ore gjiod nun aiob trim. A. few
yi.uou, m-n w.iil ont.r iln k'wulcrowr
i Iii hO-S'ni
Tin HI luc-itioniiV nret'iog vrAl Ite
h-Ui it-ailiC, rwl. wo c).m t u good
liiiut, an lr U)vviiiati w ul. !; i vcr an
nddmMrand jonm-i. Im vnvcm; bVvttw
! viJl ali iai part in llit fiOTcics.
?t i( cxner .H) known ri sv iiv ftjuning
yar will by Utv vXui ,.-r. f American
M ''lt4dh tu. und-it it- prop -ol t r,iie
9100,000- in thi Suiu l'.r !h oiu-'iot
E iutuio'iu Ia lit-thought that lib mi i 1)
per cent, of hm wio w.,tl bo ,eivyi io
our Bihhc.il Ifiaiiiuti's-otit ut tiicS its,
50 p'T ct-nt Ui Alniy UnitM-r-
Hity) ana 2 Per oent.. hu di-nr.buted he
twcini Mo ire's ii'H and Biookvillo. It
jiSt'cd' Odt .Ot' reach of fea: "r sjicciul
tr'ouu'le. It can bt, done, and tt" ."'ghl'y
idaiiUi'eu it w'U bo done.
JIl fliieVeport comes from the EJuca
lioiial enterprih.,a of the Conference.-
Anbury Univoraitv is Intoat crowdod
With' young meri, una..Hurce jiiii en
rolls- oVcr 200' students. Tha tost ir
gVtl.it dr at Gteencastle, and a.me great,
er at Moord't Hill1 iHhh at Br'ookTil.'f.i
bUl Stmhrjw the people" take a prioC inj
k,i;l4in..' In ik.!. .,! I A'.... linn..'.
UIIIIUIIliT UU ItiVir Vy'FIICl.VOi iUUWIPB
ITill is abbist m L-rge as Fairfield, tho'
not as good a' löWri', yet' it id füll of en.
terprise. They ard flow tegirinl.og to
enlarge and imnroVe.' for the Colleire
brines them in tbo-atwikJa'öf doTls'iV per
year, anu in an oi iucir vuuitu repurin
they exceed Brookviile. Families ' of
tbo best grade are moving there to edu
cate their children. The power to add
wealth and intelligence to a town ia in
tho hands of the citizens of tbut town,
and Grcencastlo and Moore's Hill un
dereland this. They make their Col
lege a power: tbey mske it their Col
lege, aa it is vastly to their interest to
do so. The Collego at Indianapolis
full and running over.- How is it at
Urook villt7 Rtjrsons here aro inquiring
of me the chanco for obtaining homes
for themselves in Brook ills. Thev are
such persons as would be splendid citi
zens, and such as would do honor to any
community. But this does nqj pertain
directly to the Conference.
Mr. and Mrs. Oshorno were here, and
did some fine singing. The beauty of
it was, the people understood it. It waa
anti-operatic. Mrs. Onborne has u
voice of silvery sweetness. Its tones are
as pur as a bird's, and almoat as strong
as a bugle's. Such i"ging docs sotao
Since,writlng the nDove, tlie report or
the Indiana Conference hts been reuL
t appears (hat New Albany raises 830,-
000 for n Female College, and it will be
pencd in the Spring Bedford, a town
about the size of urookville, offered
IO C t'rm m ViumalA fnlli aiwli ua
now ask the patronage of tbia Confer
ence. Such, a spirit of liberality aad
"telligerico aa that will make it pay
ely. I call the attention of our'peo.
t.rJ to their own interests. . t-
- But I must close, as It Is getting mail
time. 1 may ba?o time to give yoo
some further items for another issue of
-.jf paper. i'ours, " O.
f FECTS OF. DECEASED SOLDIERS,
soldiers are In charge of the- Indian
Sanitary Commiasion, and will be sent
to the legal representative of. the de
ceased, upon application to Wo. Man
naman, Pres't Indiana Sanitary Com
mission'. , Tho t-t7ects remaining oncall
cd foroti th lt of November; J18C5
will bo sold at'public'aucthin : '
Ferdinand Fisher, I, 13th. knapsack:
and contents . - -
John H Düil, . 37ihf knapaick and
J. W. Roed, D, 123 J, knapsack and
John Cole, Cr, 1231. knapsack and
Jt s. Mulkins, I, 37th. pcket book
and picture. ; -.
At the late session of tbo Indies
Coofvrcaee at New' Albany, the follow
ing among other eppointments wer
J. Hill. P. E., Indianp'li District. .
S. T. G'illjti, B'oniiii;ion Station.
B: F. Ritwlia-, P R., ülransville Dis
trier. : ' . .:
C X. R.iBM, Rvansviile, Third Street,
S. Ji. liinkley, New Albany Robert
J. Bruner, CheRtnot Hill. ' '
THE WISCONSIN UNION N0HEIA
The I Lcut CotnvMnvccclth, it
an articlu on the Slate Convention or
Wisconsin o.nd the tkket nominated
says: . '
Prion Commissioner, now in o(3ce,
Hon. Henry Conlier, reed red the re
nomination try accUm ttion, all f-eling
his txcellvnt adminiatration of efairs,
as well n his sterling merit as srmajry
etilitled hi as-a. good Republican and
aUy rspreientaiivo of the G.rmatii, to
HE W ÄD V E RtlS m E M ITST
ujtiui pvBwr ana ante niai
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
rPIlE htiri ad Ugatert f Jacob P. Ertia. J
i. rti,.vtTor for aal tha o!J Ilo-nrftcal Farm
itoatoin FiiCrlJ Tnwnlii. Traaklia Coaatjr
lo'liana, t eing baut 103 46 10 erat rnuia er U
ad 1 ice rrt 4 f oa(a t Caariar af 'ce
lion 3i, Tiiwb ID, Hange 2 about 01 arr Irar
d a food frnma Dwelling llattreaatl Rara, trlta
auitable tutbuildint ttcLe Milk llte, well
Tha fiÄm ia-olTrel at prirate tale. If notaoliL
before, it will Ix t eld at rullio mtery or lb.rem -Ue,
t. tke bigbeft bid Jr, va Saturday tha Slit
da; ft Uctwber, ISQA, bataat and 4 P. M.
TKRilS One half iU.w, 6e-fiurih ia aar,.
! ,H herfuurth ia two rear thereafter.-
19 lw JOHN W'.SMITII, Ageal:. .
tnlnslr;lor s otlcr.
KOTirK it brcby gttea, tbat thr nrile r-ijsedi
Hut tbia it J been a .iKinlJ A dminiairniur f.
rtr-K.al of Klita I. u'.tuuu , !( f fianliliM
County, (Jrorsfti. All cri haviac 'rlaiaaa
agaiaat n lid Ei-lti te will j-irnr I lie ram a fr ad
ntmf ot, and rhn.e koowin thruifrlrm to be ia
ieHad lw tid I"l:e will rme ti rari aad ftyr
!' A Hit All AM M 1 1. 1. EH.
UrnuUiüe, Sit. 22, !8Hi-2w.
yill trtofvaifna) .! u. i o in or of Ihe T-tita afr"
J L1Ua Ijattlmo-, lata f Franklin ('at, de
Mied. will ulf- r at public aiirion, at br lata rva
ikUne iu the Towf FniiBtM, in aald Canlr,
'- U....-.f . ,.. ) I. f.. i ui r.
V'f. iimimry; yii.frr I tin, lot
ail brr Peraonal. Prnparte, eri(lg of Honte
bot I and KLitchen l'urnliare. 8ale tu riaaitia.
at 1 u'J,k P. JI.
Tcrm mCw koii on day cf tale.
T22 3 AUKA1IAM MILLER.
X.llce of VinlnM vulltiu.
NOTICK I hereby glrea, tbat Ibe aaderrtgt ll
hii been nolaied Admlulatrator f Ibt L
tat of l'tank olrrineyer, iala ef fiaak.la Caa-.
ty, IhJIaaa.iU-tad. Paid Kttate if atitaid U
pQUIREMAUYEY, Admia!stratr. .
fiept. 1J, lsvl..
CAPITAL, $300,000 00.
Fill E A N I) MA KINK HIS ICS
Takes oa a romooabJe terrui ae-aay other reliable
Coiupaoy. . .
ÜFi rrr S.W.Coratrof Third aad f jaaara '
Strcst, ftt'Jrastl, Ohio.
O. T. QUAY, f reel-tea.
W. W. IRISH, erstarr.
C. M. CAICUELDEH, Üeu'l At.ht.
JbDtV AKDTMKYER, igest,
.If the Toll-C'U on Sit. CatrntHjile, near
j i -
WEAVES Carp'aU, 3'aalatf, eau. Draa
Flaaaala, Ao., bia eaat.?tri faioiibw! k
material. - - . -
TRICES Carpeti 13 Is Ji cti. peryari, Blaa.
k-at Uli oti., J. at. IS et., Drau FlaaaeU H,' '
0rc!Vri ref pee t fully lolicltfd. leplS-Sw.
MT. CARMEL, IKD.,
HAS jat moired fxoai tb elty a fall sad eitel
leot aiiortmant of Cloth. Caninerei, Over.
eoatlag, Vetting aad Ready. Made Clotblag for
Fall aad Winter. Ucitaew ready to Sil all order
for Md and Boyi, at tho lowest oath rate. Ills
Ion eiperience a a FashlonabU Tailor i S.
cleat to recommend him to tbo pablie, wkoae pat
roaigs bs rerpectfully solicits. Call aad lesre
Mt. Carmel, lad., Srpt. IS, IStj-Sm.
Evsrybody'hii own Srooin Maker!
er. JUL. oiarla'a
ECONOMY BROOM WRAPPER;
FatentcdMay 23i. 18C5. ' "
THIS is tho most O3or.omloal Inreatioa af the.
kind ia nsUtoaoo. It is simple la its eeistra..
tlon, and never get oat of order. It Is sot OI
peosire, and will last fr years. Everybody Is.
pleaaed with this broom, aadVhererer oar ageats .
go, tho demand it e groat tbat It Is a I a eat tea
penible to tapply it. One great edrentage this
Broom potte-ies over all others, Is tbat tbo wrapper
will adapt itself to say quantity of Broom Cora,
and it does not weigh more tkas as ordinary fbe
ker Broom. 'It caa bo gettea wp la tho taest
style, with but Jittlo expetie, ., ,
AUKNTS WANTED -
for several Towaablps la Franktla Coaaty, U
whom rare Indocemeals are offered. 1
.. MOON, UK5DRIX 4 f PEER,
sept-tf v - -Ageatt for rraskUa Cs.