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Democratic Documents. AA&rooa wf the Demwcrauic 5Ieaibr f the General Asaeablj to t&a People of Indiana, Batting forth tha aUtory of th lata etoa. and tbj reason why more bad not been accomplished during ita eoostl'.utional term. Thia document makes a pamphlet f sixteen pages, and will be furnUhei to any quantity. Prk$l 50 per hundred. " . - - The Conscript Act Speech of Hon. D. W. Voorhees, on tbe Conscription BUI, in tbe Houe of Representatives, February 23,1863. Tbialsone of tbe finest speeches of Mr. Yeorbeee, on a questiow cow oc cupying a large sbare of public attention, and ertry citizen in Indiana should hare acopy. It makes a pam phlet of efght pa?. Price 91 per hundred. The Liberty ! the Citizen Speech f Hon. D. W. Toorhees. delirered in tbe Honwe of Rep resentativesTebniary 19, 183, on the "Act to indemnify the President and ether persons for suspending tbe writ f babeaa corpus, and acts done in pursuance thereof. ia now printed In pamphlet form, and can be obtained at this office. This is the great effort of Mr. Voorhees to protect tbe liberty of the citizen, and ahoald be In the bands of every voter in Indiana. It makes a pamphlet of sixteen pages. Price tl 50 per hundred. llf"All orders should direct the speeches to be sent by express, aa the postage will be one cent a copy, and must be prepaid. Address ELDER, HARKNRSS & BINGHAM, ' ' . Indianapolis. WEEKLY SENTINEL. MONDAY, - - -'NOV. 16' PROCLAMATION! II r the Governor of Indiana. The President of the United States, having designated Thursday, tbe 28th day of November, instant, a a Day of Thanksgiving, Therefore, I, Oute P. Jiuatoa, Governor of Indiana, do hereby set apart said day, and call upon the people of the State to observe the same, in accordance with tbe proclamation of tbe President. Let the people thank and praise Almighty God for tbe many mercies He has shown us daring the past year, and pray Him, with humble hearts, to still protect, guide and blesa ma and retore the inestimable blessings of Unity and Peace to our bleeding and suffering country. Given at tbe Executive Department, Indianapolis, this 9th djty of November, A. Dn 1SG3. diwtd oliy&r p. morton. 5The Siükins BunJ List will be published in two more numbers of tbe Weekly Sent'nel, when it will be replaced with reading matter. The Abolition Programme. Mr. Seward has been regained as a conferva tire more so than any member of the Cabinet except Mr. Blair, but tbe sentiments be express ed in a speech at Auburn the day before the election in New York show him to be as ultra in bis views aa the mo6t radical of bis party. We quote an extract from that speech to exhibit the purposes entertained by the party in power. Mr. Seward eays: ' " The result to be attained is as important to our opponents s it is to us. What if, through battle and suffrage, tbe President, who was elected in I860, should, by his opponents, be kept out of the Presidency of the United Sutes until another election! What if they should then succeed in electing a President in 1864. mgainst the ma jority who elected Abraham Lincoln in 160? Can that majority be expected to acquiesce, with out voting, and without bloodshed, in the elee tion of Horatio Seymour? Certainly not; and then you shall hare perpetuated mil war, which is nothing else than perpetual anarchy. What ia the meaning of this expression nnless it be, that the present Administration will not submit to tbe verdict of the people at the com ing presidential election if it ßliould not perpetuate power in the bands of those who now have con trol of the "government t : The premier of the Administration entertain the opinion that the defeat of tbe party whicb elected Mr. Lixcolx in 1960 would be a gre.it calamity, bence he counsels resistance, even to bloodshed, if the election should result in a popular verdict against the Republican party. Mr. Skward says it was a great ciime for the Southern States to refuse to submit lo tbe election of Mr. Li.ncolx iu I860, but be inti mates the republican States will rebel if the election in 164 should result in the choice of a Democratic President. He inquires : "Cr.n that majority," the majority which elected Mr. Lis cour, "be expected to acquiesce, without voting, without ' bloodshed, in the election of Horatio SriMOia?" And then be replies: "Certainly not, and then you shall hare perpetual war, which ia nothing el?e than perpetual anarchy." Tbe issue that Mr. Skward presents to tbe coun try is cither the continuation of the Republican party in power, or else perpetual civil war, and as a consequence perpetutl anarchy. Does not Mr. Seward, in expressing ucb aentiments, jus tify the Southern rebellion? Tbe rebels refused to submit to tbe election of a Republican President, and Mr. Seward sayt iu advance that the so call ed "Union" party will not submit to the election of a Democratic President without an attempt at revolution. Tbe Northern Democracy submit ted to the popular verdict in 18GÜ, while, having the control of tbe Government, but Mr. Seward declares ia advance that tbe party iu power, if the elections in 1864 go against them, will not surrender without resistance and bloodshed This u tbe exhibition that Mr. Skward gives of Republicanism of the "loyalty" of tbe Adminis tration party. Their professed Unionism begins 'and ends with the continuation of power where it BOW is. In power, Mr. StWAto says, his party will und by tbe Union, but if the people decide against them, then they are for revolution. Such is the Abolition programme. . The TIary land Election. Tbe Administration papers are assuring their readers that there was do interference upon tbe part of the military Authorities in the late elec tion in Maryland. They state that every loyal citisea had the privilege of voting But no man 'was to be regarded as "loyal" who did not vote the AdntiaiatratioD ticket, and thoje who were .unwilling w to vote, were threatened with severe penalties if they offered to cast a different ballot. This is tbe way tbe freedom of electious were preserved, in-. Maryland by General ScHrscr and bis eohorts.r Here is on order which was issued by one of tbe military officers in that State, which wilt show the mean l that were employed to elect so-called "Union" candi dates in Maryland: "HtAtXiCAtTeRS 3 Martiasd Catalrt. Chmutotx, Hot. 3, 1B63. $ Whereas, tbe President of the United States, In reply to a letter addressed to him by Hon Thomas Swann. of Baltimore city, has stated that ail loyal qualified voters should baft a right to vote, it therefore become every true loyal ' citizen to avail nimself of the present opportunity offered to clace himelf honorably upon the re f cord or poll book at the Spproaeb'ng election, by pving a full and ardent support to tbe whole Government ticket, noon tbe platform aaoptea ny 'the Union Leapae Convention. None other is recognized by the Federal authorities aa loyal or worthy of the lupport of anv one wbo desires tbe CBAatcs iTarroll Tkvis, Lieutenant Colonel Commanding." Says Lieutenant Colonel Tkvis. no ticket will be regarded as loyal nnless approved or presented , by the '?Unkn League Convention." The elec tion was fair, very fair, say the Republican press, but every person offering to vote was required to support "tbe "whole government ticket." and none other would be regarded by the Federal authorities as loyaLr The result of course was ta election of tbe "loyal" or "government ticket," wherever the Federal authorities had the power to enforce their decrees. .Is an election carried by such means of any moral force, and should the candidates thus elected be regarded as the representative of tbe people? An order to prevent rebels or enemies to the Union from voting would have been proper, but in thia case true and devoted friends to, the Union were ex cluded from the polls for no other reason than they could not support the "government ticket." The candidates were all Union men, although some could not support or approve all tbe measures of tbe party in power. It will be recollected that Mr. Lincoln sustained Gen. ScHENCi. in this outrage upon American citizens and this mockery upon tbe freedom ot elections. If the American people will yield to such dis graceful usurpations of power, they are unworthy to enjoy the rights and privileges of freemen. STATK ITK.1I5. Over two hundred thousand dollars United Sutes revenue has been collected in this Con gressional District op to the present time, and there is only about one hundred dollars delin quent. The Commissioners of Johnson county have appropriated one hundred dollars bounty to each recruit enlisted in that county. Hard ox ths Darkkt. During the present week an abolition jury, attendaut upon the Circuit Court, now in Bession, caused a smile to play upon the features of the Court and spectators, by sentencing a darkey to three years in tbe peni tentiary, and disfranchising him for ten! What effect disfranchising will have on a darkey in this State, is not generally known. Laporte Demo crat. Hon. J. W. Eordex, recently United States Commissioner to the Sandwich Islands, has re turned to Fort Wayne, and will make it his future residence. Cosveshoxs, State and National. The White County Democrat says: If the holding of the National Convention should be postponed till, say about the 2Uth of June, a proper time, and, we think, early enough, then it would not be too late to hold the State Convention about the firt of June. There really seems no necessity for a canvass in this State ol nearly a year. On this subject we have had some conversation, and tbe prevailing opinion is that there exists'uo haste for ei;her a State or National Convention. Let us take time to see the cour.-e of events. Let us obtain all the light we can. Congressional proceedings may unfold new issues and open new developments. This being the state of feeling in this quarter, we trust the State Committee will give due consideration to the subject. Bernard Stroip, of Clinton county, was drowned on Wednesday last, while attempting to ford tbe Wabash river opposite Lafayette The people of Harrison county are making vigorous efforts to fill up the quota required of them by volunteering. Captain H. Comiügore, editor of the Paoli Eagle, has been authorized to raise a company of cavalry in Orange county. He is busily en gaged in the work. The citizens of Princeton, Gibson coui ty, turned out last week and cut 200 cords of wt od for the families of the brave men wbo are away fighting the battles of our country. The wood was furnished by three whole sonled benevolent farmen in the vicinity of that town. At Brook ville W. A. Kxowies 6truck Wallace W. Cottrell with a loaded cane on the head,' fracturing his skull from near the ere back to tbe ear. The physician removed of the fractured bone sufficient to cover a space of four inches. But few words bad passed between the parties when Kxowles struck him insensible. Good roa Poset County. We learn that the citizens of Posey county went to worn to fill op their quota of troop with a ze il and energy that hasaheady been crowned with success They have one full company of cavalry ready to go into camp, and the balance of their quota is either raised or will be in a very few days. This noble work was accomplished by all claxoes putting their shoulders to the wheel. New Albany Ledger. Seventy eight deserters passed through New Albany Thursday night and this morning, under guard, for their regiments in th Army of the Cumberland. Tbe Democratic Central Committee of Cliu- ton county meet to-day "to consult as to the measures to be pursued in regard to filling up our quota of troops under the recent call of tbe Presi dent." State Coxveütiox. We hear from several of our exchanges that there is a growing desire to hold our next btate Convention at Ltfajette, instead ot Indianapolis. That there should be any necessity for a change of place, is humilia ting in the last degree to every freeman of -rmr State; but if tbe Democracy cannot bold a con vention at the Capital, what assurance is there that it will be permitted at any other place? Will not the very fact of such a change be made the pretext for such aggressions unon our rights as are feared at Indianapolis? We say hold the convention at the Capital of the State, in the State Kou?e. or hold not at all. If His Aecideney, O. P. Morton, ref uses us the potec tion of tbe law, and connives with the lovers of abolition anarchy, tyranny, and usurpation to prevent ns as Democrats from peaceably holding onr State Convention there, then in the name of "God and humanity," let there thenceforth one universal cry go up fr )m every "valley and hill top" all over our beloved State "down with op pression and the oppressors," and ruay God speed the right. We are entitled as of right to hold our conven tion at the Capital, and for one we are unwilling to surrender that right through feai of an illccal attack upon us by our political adversaries. We vote for no change. Ply mouth Democrat. Large quantities of coal are being shipped from Sullivan county. It is said to be of a su perior quality. The post office at Greencastle waa broken op on Wednesday night last. Every letter in tbe office was robbed of its contents. : The post office at Currsville was broken open on Wednesday night last and robbed of $40 in postage stamps. Hog cholera, to some extent, prevails in va rious part of Knox county. In Harrison town ship, Mr. Delli.nger has lost over forty bead, and in the same neighborhood Mr. Huffman lost a large number. - The new regiment raising in the First Dis trict is to be quartered at Vincennes. The lum ber bas been purchased and the necessary build ings will be ininifldiately erected. TAIL Delivert Two prisoners escaped the vigilance of the chambermaid Of o'r county jail on Thursday evening last, and, at tht time of going to press, are still at large. Vincennes Uazette. ' Which, tbe jail or chambermaid? , Tbe Commissioners of Laporte county offer 2i bounty to volunteers and no monthly pay At a meeting of citizens, resolutions were passed requesting tbe Commieatoners to offor ao addi tional bounty of $50 to each enlisted man, and $10 per month to such as have families dependent upon them for support, so long aa they shall re main In the service. Scicidk: H. Kawikibkig. Sr., a respecta ble citizen of Ferdinand township, Dubois county, was found hanging dead, with his wife's clothes OD, in the nppet part of bis own boose. His wife, after a long illness, had recently died, since which event be bad appeared gra:ly depressed in spirits. - Thos. L. Brkcrkkridge, Esq., formerly pas tor of a Baptist church in Lifayette, has been engaged by the Republicans and Christians of that city to aid the recruiting business. We be lieve be was engaged in that business before be quit tbe ministry. The Terre Haute Journal 6ays there areover two hundred men in camp near that city, volun teers for tbe regiment to be raited in the Seventh CongreisioDsl District. The CouiUiisfiotiers of Rush county bare determined to give two hundred dollars to each volunteer, for which Rush county may be cred ited, and six hundred dollars for tbe necessary expenses ot getting up said recruits. . Latatette at Night. The Lafayette Journal says that one soldier was shot, two men were knocked down, and one was robbed, on Saturiay night last, in that city. Tbe Journal, in alluding to the fact that a gang of desperadoes infest that city, says: We have several times quite recently recorded the deeds of these individuals. They euter the houses of our citizens in tbe night with impunity, rob the sleeping inmates and decimp with their booty without molestation, and apparently with out fear. ' The Clay County Democrat hoists tbe name of George B. McClellax for the Presidency, 'subject, as a matter of course, to the decision of the National Democratic Convention and tbe nsages of our party." Says the Lawrenceburg Register : " Wood is now selling in our streets at eight and nine dollars per cord, and scarce at that. Of coal there is none to be had, and if there was any in market, a good article would bring fifty cents a bushel. The Covington Friend hoists the following tickets: For President, Thomas H. Seymoir, of Connecticut; for Vice President, Daxiel W. VocRHF.ts, of Indiana. For Governor, Joseph E. McDonald, and for Lieutenant Governor, Gen. J.rr. C. Davis. . Relikt for Soldier's Families. Tbe Com missioners of Vanderburg county have passed tbe following liberal orders : 1st. That the family of any soldier in tbe service of the United States, who has died in such service, 6hall be entitled to the Reliel here after stated, provided, that such family be resi dents of Vanderburg county, and actually in need of assistance 2d. - That the Monthly allowance to such fam ily shall be : $8 per month for each man or woman (head of the family.) $'2 per mouth for each child under 12 years of age. $1 per month for each child without a mother, and under 12 years of age. Blkglart at Sullivan The Sullivan Democrat says: Oh Wednesday night last the store room of Messrs. Bridwell &i Lucas, of this place, was brokeu into, the perpetrators succeeding in taking away with them over one thousand dollars iu money three hundred of which was in gold. Of tbe amount stolen one hundred and fifty dollars belonged to a Mrs. Bürge, near this place, which bad been tent to her by her husband, who is a private in the army. She had deposited the money in Mr. Brid well's safe for safekeeping. She is a poor woman, with quite a u umber of children, and this loss to her will prove a heavy one. , In an upper vault of the safe there was lying a package of several hundred dollars, bouuty money, collected by Mr. Michael Mallott, Eq., for the wives and children of deceased and dis charged soldiers; this the rascal.- overlooked, thinking, perhap, that the haul they had made wus all the money there was in the safe. By means of false keys the burglars entered the trout door. The mnoy they took was in a large iron patent safe. They turned it over, hav ing thedoor part upward, and by their implements bored into it a hole which they filled with powder, the explosion of which burst the lock. The manner in which it w.-is done shows that it was the work of skilled and experienced villains. From the great weight of the safe, and the posi tion in whicb it wa found in the morning, it is manifest that several persons must have been concerned. Ud to this time no clue has been ob tained as to their whereabouts. From the Ciucinnati Price Current, Jfov. 11. Financial and Commercial Saniinary for the Past Week. Gold has ruled very stendy all toe week, and closes so. Silver is a shade lower than it -s week ago. The demand for Kentucky- and Indiana bank notes has fallen off; rates arc lower; the former hta declined to c prem., and the latter is dowa to par. and, like Ohio bank paper, is now a part of the canericy. Otic ear certificates declined materially, and ate down to j2c dis. Orders on Washington rc about the same they were a week ago. We quote: BITING. SELL1XO. New York I-P.ü. ti4 44n4:i rem. Silver 3i3S prem. par. 47 prem. Kentucky bank uotei.. . prem. Indian Slate iiotK...... pur prrro. Order ot! WanliiiiKlun, l<H. Certificate. di. Quaru-rmastt-rs VoiR'urr, city 97 QuartermaMerV Vouchers country no ale. The weather toward the close of the week, wa3 quite cool mid wintry, nod on Monday night there was a smart frost, rendering the temperature dc culiarly favorable for pot k packing; but tbe re ceipts of bogs so far being litht, there bas not been much done, and though nearly all the houses have made a beginning, the amount done in the aggregate has been hardly enough to justi fy us in saying that the season is fairly opened for curing, but all the houses can cut to their full capacity ns soon as the bogs are in. The mild and unsettled weather which prevailed up to Sunday, and the extraordinary high price ef feed of all kinds, deterred drovers from bringing" in their hogs The p rices current now are startling, and the question betrd on nil bands is, what are buyers going to do with pork, at these rates? Our ex perience is, that no rules of logic or philosophy can be applied successfully to determine the causes which actuate men iu dealing iu pork. There are outside parties in the market who are stirring up the matter. A farmer from Illinois, for instance, came into market last week, and bought Hbout I.IKIO bbls. mess pork, packed last season, and m holding it in anticipation of a scarcity which he thinks will come. When out side pirties go into a trade and operate, they al ' ways distance it, mid render the movemeut in explicable to those in it, and who understand it, as they suppose. In September we stated that the pork croo would be a ßbort one, as compared with the last one, and we have seen nor board of anything since to change that belief; but notwithstanding this, unless a foreign de mand commences with the season, present prices cannot be sustained, we think; for the foreign demand is the only one of magnitude we can rea sonably look for; and the all absorbing question now is, will they exist, even if gold remains about aa it is now? But suppose the rebels are defeated in Chattanooga, und gold declines, as it roost assuredly will, what then? . The foul reveints of hogs during the week, were !ut lfi.000 heul, all of which sold at $5 75(95 for those nveraptug under 2iM) lbs., and $b'((26 25 fur those averaging 200 lbs. and upward. Iu our next, we will give the com parti tive receipts for the setHoo. The toU I receipts fiora ov. 1 to date were slightly over 20,000 head against 40,000 head at the corresponding date last year; but this indicates nothing, as the weather, before this, was good last season for pTtcimg. . ' New mees pork is held at $1? 50, but none has been sold, and indeed but little is for sale. Tbe belief is test but few hogs will be fit to make me8 pork, and hence the speculative feeling in that article here and elsewhere. Lard advanced to lie for old and U'gC for new, and has been in active demand with an In creasing disposition to buy and a decreasiug one tosell. : . Bulk meats have not chnnged essentially, though a considerable amount has been sold at 5 and hyic lot shoulders and sides; the latter, how ever could not be bought below 6 rents at tbe close. Bacon has teen bouaht very freely on orders from the East, and some from St. Louis and Louisville, at 54'c for shoulders packed, and Gte for sides; but yesterday 150,000 pounds of should ers sold at 5.V4C loose. Clear bacon sides fold st ?tc loose yestetd.tr. Both these and the should ers are taken to fill Government contracts. Head or gnt lard must be quoted at 10l 10lc, and in demand. Flour bas been in moderate demand, but prices are unchanged. Wheat rather dull. Corn, oats and rye advanced materially. Whisky largely advanced, parti? owing to tba . scarcity of corn, and partly to the late order pro hibiting the distillation of grain in Kentucky. - Groceries firm, bat prices unchanged. iiutte aud eggs rather higher. TELEGRAPHIC. From New Tork. New York. Kor. 15. Tbe Herald bas tbe following special rf'?re.tcb, dated Washington, Nov. 14: By direction of the Präsident of the TJuitrJ States, Major Charles J. Whitney, U. S. Cavalry, is hereby dishonorably dismissed the service for disloyalty and for using contemptuous and disre spectful language against the PresideEt of the United States. Major Generals Meade, Newton and Pleasan ton, Brigadier General Kilpa trick arrived in town last night.' It is understood that Gen. Meade proposes, should the situation of affairs at the front admit, to attend tbe inauguration of the National Ceme tery at Gettysburg. Tbe army will be represent ed on that occasion by a detachment from each division of the army engaged in that battle. Considerable excitement bas been occasioned here in social circles by tbe discovery of forgeries of Paymasters' checks to a considerable amount by the young son of a leading banker of thia city. His father has advanced aa amount equal to the sum required by tbe forger for one or two Pay masters, but declines to go further. Orders have been issued to commandants of navy yards to reduce the labor employed fifteen per cent. Tbe Richmond Enquirer of the 11th says that the reinforcements under Gen. Imboden met the retreating troops of Gen. Echols near Sweet Springs,- in Monroe county, some forty miles from Christianburg, the nearest point on the Vir ginia and Tennessee Railroad, and checked the further advance of General AveriU's Yankees. Mora fighting was expected, before tbe latter would relinquish their design of destroying the railroad. The same paper says passengers by the Fred ericksburg traiu report that tbe larger portion of the Yankee army had arrived at Is mini, eighteen miles from Fredericksburg, and that Meade is rapidly advancing toward that city, where the ae cisive contest will probably take place. From Baltimore. ' Baltimore. November 15 A dispatch from Gen. II. II. Lockwood to Gen. Schenck, dated Drummondstown, Eastern shore, Virginia, Nov. 15, reports that a small party of rebel raiders landed on tbe Chesapeake shore, yesterday, but before they could get into the interior they were met and captured by the post guard. They be long to tie gang of the notorious Capt. Pealle.of tbe rebel navy. A second "dispatch says one of our coasting vessels fell in with Capt. Pealle and captured him, with his whole party, consisting of the com missioned officers and sixty men. I'ram Toronto. Toeoxto, C. W., November 14 The Adver tiser, a secession paper, to day admits the failure of the rebel plot, and says the Confederate Gov ernment fitted out tbe steamer R. K Lee, from Wilmington to Halifax with a cargo to furnish funds. Thirty-six officers and 300 men were to come overland in f mall parties to a general ren dezvous. Their '.Mtention was to surprise the Federal garrison at Johnson's Island, liberate the prisoners there and convey them to C tnada. Their orders were not to violate British neu trality, only t ) rescue 2,000 valuable lives from such wretched quarters, which wer3 designed to kill by slow degrees. From Charleston. New York, November 15 The Baltimore American's correspondence from Charleston har bor of tbe 11th, says the monitors Montauk nod Passaic had returned from Poit Royal fully re paired. The gunboat Nipsic had arrivod. The bombardment of Sumter goes on without unusual incident. The rebel fire was not very serious. The monitor Patapsco recently threw five shells into Battery Bee, compelling the rebels to desert their guns lor a time. General Gil more recently threw three ordinary shells into the center of Charleston to try tl.e range of his guns. The correspondent presume that Charleston will not be shelled till tbe monitors are iu position in rebellion roads, when its surrender can be de manded according to all forms and usuages of war. The rebels have at least 2,000 negroes working on batteties on Sullivan's and James Islands, but niauy of them will be found useless when the great trial comes The correspondent concludes ih it the prospect of early and success iul results ws never more promising than now. and indistinctly refers to au experiment rtv-ently made so full cf success that the rebel obstructions no longer are to be feared, stating his firm conviction that we will have Charleston or its ruins between now and Christ mas. lortli Carolina Wetvs. Newber.v, November 10. Mj. Gen. Peck made a reconnoissance of the Chowan river, near the mouth of the BUckwater. on the 6th, 7th and 8th iusts.. with Commodore Fiusser, und the Del aware, Whitehead and Miami. As he was some two hundred and fifty miles from Neabern, it is presumed be was waiting the co operation of Mj. Gen. Foster from Fortress Monroe. Tl.e rebels, were apprehensive of some move upon Weld 111, and burned the bridges over the S icacom River and other principal streams. Cba3. Henry Foster has recently returned from an expedition to Pasquatauk and Perquewans couuties and brings a number of recruits. He found a strong Union feeling in the region visited. This section is uot jet protected by the Federal forces. Four large steamers engaged in running the blockade of Wilmington, hive been captured within the last three days. One was loaded with 30,000 En fiel I rifles, ammunition and clothing; one with saltpeter and lead, und the others with assorted cargoes The State debt of North Cirolina, amounting to upward of $1,000,000, has been entirely liqui dated from the proceeds of blockade runuers, in which the State Government was largely en gaged. x LICENSES. notice of Application for License rOTlCJt IS HECEBT GIVE THAT I WILL AFPLT iw to the Banl of Commission-ra of Marion County. 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HfSold by all the principal druggiia. - TOIIUXSOX COX, Druggist, Agents, sept30"63-d&wly ,, Indianapolis. RTNEW DISCOVERY FOR THE peedy and permanent cur of Seminal Weakness, Ure thral and Vaginal Dtacbargea, Glaet Seqoal DteaaM, Emission, Impotence, Genital Debility and diseases ol the Bladder and Kidneys; ' ' Bill's Srccirtc Pius are warranted la alt cases and can be relied on. 3o ehaon of diet required. They do not tiansate.nor Interfere with business pnnmlts. Up warda of 300 caes hava been eured the. past month. JtTS (A7 oaa hundred phyaiciaru Ihrr in tAeir prtraU practice, and all ijxak tctl of their rßtaCQ. They are entirely harmless on the system, and can be re lied en In all cases arising from youthful Indiscretion or self-abuse, which often Incapacitates the sufferer front fulfilling lkduti of tnarrMi lif. A TREATISE cf 64 pages containing means ef cure, aent free to all. Twe stamps reqnlred fot postage. The Pills will be sent by mail, securely sealed, on re ceipt of One Dollar, by i. BRTAJf, H. D., So. YG Cedar street, S, T. Sold by all the principal JraggiMa. T0MLIS80K C0I, Agents, ept30-daaly Indiaoupolis. COUNTY I?,a,T?TS3i3 FOR 1SGS 'otlc li hereby given that I am now ready to receira the several 'X'ttvjs.oe of lOGa for Bdarloxx County- JXITTbelaw requires that the taxes shall be paid tn gold or silver coin, or in the notes of solvent specie paying hanks, regularly organized under the banking laws of this State, or in Treasury Notes. The Taxes for the Year TOWNSHIPS. Centre Township, Inside the city of Indianapolis, per $100.. . Centre Township, Poll, inside the city of Indianapolis Eitorf. " outside Franklin " "'per tlW - " Pol Terry " per tlOO per 100 Pall Pike - per $100 Poll Washington" per $100 Poll Wayne " per $100 " Poll Warren " per $100 " Poll Lawrence ' per $100 " Poll Decatur " per 100 " Poll Indianapolis, October 29, 1H63 oct39-dlww3w ADMINISTRATOR'S NoTICE. yjOTICK 13 HEREBY GIVES TIIAT THE CXDKR X ?IiiNEl ha been appointed Administrator of tbe estate of Alexander Cralgmile, late of M anon county, de ceased. Said estate 1 supposed to be solvent Qnov-J-w.lw LKYI AYRES, AdmiuUtrator. MEDICAL. TO THE LADIES OE AMERICA! MORE VALLA BLE THAN GOLD! MO.IK VALUABLE THAS GOLD ' DR. JXO. L. LYONS FRENCH PERIODICAL DROPS. FRENCH PERIODICAL DROPS. FOR FEMALES, FOR FEMALES, Suffering from Irregularity or Obstruction of the Hensea from whatever cause. IT IS SURE TO CURE? IT 13 SURE TO CLREI It ia Impossible to er joy the bloom of health aud vi vacity of tpirita unless the Mennes are regular aa to the time, the quantity and quality. Wbenthey are obstruct ed, nature makes her effort to obtain for it some other on t let, en I, unices these efforts of nature are avMrteti, the patient usually experiences Despondency, StrvoiiMies and finally CONSUMPTION" ajwuiee its fcway, aud pre maturely terminates a miwraole life. IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS! IT IS A PERFECT RFGrLATOK; IT IS A. PERFECT REGULATOR! BEAR IN HIND BEAR IS MIND . THAT I GUARANTEE THAT 1 GUARANTEE My DROPS TO CURE Suppression of the Menses from whatever caut-e, though care should be taken that my airections are carefully adhered to. BPY THE REST! BUY THE BEST! BUY THE SAFEST! BCY THE SAFEST! WHICH 18 HON'S DROPS! WHICH. IS LYON S DP.OPS! BUY THE SUREST BUY THE SUREST! THEY ACT LIKE A CHARM By strengthening and invigorating and restoring the sys tem to a healthy condition. It moderates all excess and removes all obstructions, and a rpeedy cure may be re lied on. .TO HAKICIi:i L,AIIES They are peculiarly adapted, as tliey bring on the month ly period with sneh perfect regularity. , BE WISE IN TIME! BE WISE IS TIME! ONE BOTTLE CURES ONE BOTTLE CUKES In almost every case. - HO NOT RE 1VPOSED UPON 1JO NOT KK IMI-OSEL) LfON Butcut this out and end it to your Druggist, and if be has not got it make him buy it fur you, or it may he ob tained of the Geueral Agent for the United States, C. G. CLARK & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Sew Haren, Conn. For sale by all responsible Druggists. Price tl per bottle. Wholesale Dealers and the Trade supplied at the Pro prietor price hy LOUD fc SMITH, Chicago. SCIRE ECKSTEIN & CO., Cincinnati; BROWNING SLOAN. Indianapolis. julyl3-wlyeow How to Keep in Good Health, 1S.D ' What is the Cause of Disease. rglHE PRIMARY CAUSE OF EVERY DISEASE THAT l flesh is heir to Is impurity of the blood. The blood becomes impure from many cause. Impure air or change of weather, unwholesome food and exposure are among the principal cau-es of impurity of the blood. The ijmp ' toms are giddiness, headache, confused thoughts, eyes dull and heavy, drowsiness, constipation of the bowels, bad taste In the mouth, foul tongue, l;er complaints, pains In the back and legi, loo of appetite, sleepless nights, colic, cramp, pain aud tightness of the chext,heart burn. gout and rheumatism, puking and purging, chills and fevers more or lesa accompanying these, and a long train of troublesome and dangerous affections, all of which mav be prevented ant cured by taking a few dee of Dr. STRICKLAND'S VEGETABLE PURIFYING ANTI B1IJOUS FILLS. They will purify the blood and put the fctoniacb, bowels and liver iu a liralihy condition. They are particularly suitable for chronic and nervous dis eases. Every family and every soldier uou!d Keep a supply of these Pills, as many liseascs are obviated hy their use. They are a mild and aafe medicine, and can be taken at any time without danger of taking cold. Sold by all Druggist or sent to any part on receipt of 25 cents and a stamped envelop, addressed Dr. STRICK LAND, A East Fourth street, Cincinnati, Ohio. . COUGH NO MORE. Try Strickland's lUelliduoa ' Couh lSnlsnin, This is tbe best and cheapest remedy for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping Cough and Consumption. Everybody who has tried this excellent Balsam enthusi astically recommend it. Mrs. Mitchell, Barr street, Cin cinnati, aay a the has Keen a fearful anderer with cough for many yearn, ao bad as not to he able to walk up stairs. She took one bottle of this Balsam, and has been better ever since, and advises all wbo have Coughs. Colds and Asthma to try this valuable Cough Balsam. Fifty cents per bottle. Sold by all Drogeists, aud manufactured at S East Foorth street, Cincinnati. - oct22-dtw1y TC3 TT TT- TOT ffit t -A. Sui'e Cure. I 2? E Ea .3 S ! "... . ... ; t ' A Certain Remedy. , EVERYBODY IS BEING CURED Of THIS DISTRESS ING disesfe hy the um of DR. STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY. Read what a sufferer says: Mr. J. P. Uatard,1G9 Sec ond street, Cincinnati, aayt he has been a dreadful suf ferer with riles for a long time, lie had tried nearly everything, and eould obtain no relief. He used about one-fourth cj a pot of Dr. Strickland's Pile L4o;men:, act It maite a complete cure. He advises all who are auSer ' Ing tc try the remedy. fc-.ld by all druggists. FIFTY CENTS TER POT. Manufactured at No. a East Fourth street, Cincinnati. Ak for ... STPJCKLAKD'S PILE REMEDY. ., Sent o any part of the Stale on receipt eftl. ocf22-dwly TAXES. 1863 are as follows, viz: 19 'S 1 if if 2. o as e s! i s 5! i : : 5 20 10 10 20 1 j .. 15 15 91 75 50 .. 25 .. .. 40 .. 1 0 20 10 10 20 1 i .. 10 15 86 li 60 .. 25 .. i .. 25 .. 1 75 SO 10 10 2 2 i 8 S 15 3 75 60 .. 25 .. ! ..25 .. 1 75 30 10 10 20 1 f 5 3 15 M 75 50 .. 25 .. j 1 50 20 10 10 20 .. j S .. 15 83 75 60 .. 25 1 50 SO 10 10 20 i 3 t 6 3 j 15 87 75 60 .. 55 .. I .. .. j .. 1 60 20 10 10 20 .. 5 5 i 15 66 75 50 .. 25 .. .. ; .. 1 50 20 10 10 20 .. I .. 2 ! 15 77 75 50 .. 25 .. j .. .. ' .. 1 60 20 10 10 20 2j3 3 15 M 75 50 .. 25 .. .. 15 .. 1 05 20 10 10 20 2 5 10 15 92 75 50 .. C5 .. 1 50 GEORGE F. MEYER, TRBASURKR OS? MARIOS C0C5TT. NOTIONS. TOYS. &C. TO DEALERS IN NOTIONS, TOYS, Fancy Gfooclis, Sec. 4 S MY STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE IN EVFRY particular for the coming Holiday, 1 Uh to call the attention of dealers in the above good. Having bought under very favorable circnmtaiices, aud under standing the want.- f the trade thoroughly by loug ex perience, it will be to the iuterett of buyers to examine my wareroora where they will find the largest varity of gooti ever brought together under one roof, at ouch prices as will atlurd good profit. Kepcctfullv. CHARLES MAYER, nov5-Ji2ni So. 29 We.- Washington fctreet. MEDICAL. NU TUM i:VIL 1ft THE Ulli PRACTICAL ACG0UCHER. TTHE AMERICAN DISPENSARY WE TREAT BY . a new method, and with tht happiest results, I'rv L ( I'Url. (falling of the womo ' Cancfrutüm llitr alum, Liie trrheay .whiten,) lry aud all other dis eases to which the American FcmnU is m peculiarily liable, Send three dollars and receive by expresa one ol the tvo'or'c iemnta .ftinuf. Thia instrument should be Used by every woman iu the land, for tbe purpose of Vtx i ns, ciuioit, hfwn, fc. teut free on receipt of stamp, acopy of our Private Lettei to Married Ladieg on health, ttc. The Doctor's eeUbrated JitnuU Pill, fresh from the iHpensary, are rtry g'xtd ia simple dis eases, irregularities, d r. mce I. nf ny mall. At the Amri'i n, Jiriitry we n'so treat, withnut werenry, and with never f.ilinir success, Ymtrlal. or what the quarks cull jt-irnt or ttrtrft !Kease: 'tfkilia in all its stages, Gonorrhea, Gleet. Stricture, Hydrocele, Clrcocele, Varicocele, Carwele. Sperm at orhea. Seminal Weakness, Nocturnal EuitFfonn. Sexnal Debility, Im potency, and effects cf Fclf-abue. The lata aix are treated of in a "private letter," which we fcend free on receipt of stamp. The experience of the Snrceon In cliarrne of this de partment in eome nf the liest Hospital in Europe and ia New Turk City, enables him to treat patients scientifical ly and restore them speedily. Those livinjr at a distance can communicate by lettei and be treated at their home. In urgent cases send ti or lit) end receive ov kincs. Consultation frrt iid eontijttit'nil. Room So. East Washington Street, Inriiaaapoli. V. O. Bas 1264. At-X9 dtv-wlSt.lam HARDWARE. IRON STORE, POMIUSOY, FKY Ac CO., No, 117 West Washington Street, nUIA?IAPULISnDIAAt DEALERS IN STEEL, IRON, SAH. ANVIL. BEL LOWS, V!E. AXI.F..H. SPKIXGS, BOLTS, MAI.I.KAHLK CASTINGS. WASHERS, NUTS, HOUSE SHOE. HoUSK SHOE N.Mt.S. WHEELS, HUBS, FELLOES. SPOKES, -SHAFTS. BOWS, PU;W HVNW.AC, jm. ms Tar r' f mr The Ohio River Salt Company. The Madisou Spice Mill-. Tbe Madison Penrl Starch Company.' ' Coal Oil and Benzole ' J!"7Tbey will sell all articles in their line at tbe lowea market prices. Call and examine their stock before pnrchasing. POMEROY. FRY k CO. Bg3A'.t-dAwlv ... TOMB STONES. MARBLE 'WORKS. GO ft o 5 7 D WE KEEP ON HAND AND MAKE TO ORDER, ALL kinds of Marble Monuments and Grave Stonea, car to order, with design, ambient, or device that may be wanted. Those desiring anything In onr Una will do well to girt as call, u wt ue none but the best material! and Insure al work. mch3I-dtw!y To Nervous Sufferers of Both Sexes. A REVEREND Gentleman having been restored to j health tn a few days, after audergoing all the usual outlne and Irregular expenrtre modes of treatment withoutsuecess.considersit his sacred do ty tocommunt catetohla afflicted fellow creatures the naaaa orccaa. Hence, on tha receipt of an addressed envelope, he wil ! send (free) a eopy ofthe prescription ted . Direct t o Dr JOHN M.DAGN ALL, lb FoUonit reel, Brooklyn, N.T JanS6-wl7 . ' TB -WONIJKVFCL GRANULES ' BRANDE'S TUSSILAGO la pleaMDt to tha Testa- -Children err' H. g ....... l-mn 1.." L ;riineniTiTR 1 i OPTICIAN. mm NEAR ODD FELLOWS' HALL BOOKS. IS SLAVERY SINFUL? Being partial discussions of the proposition S L II E II ! FS S J.V F UL TETWEEN OVID BUTLER, OF INDIANAPOLIS, I and Jer. Smith, of Wincbetcr, and between Thomas Wiley, late pai-tor of tbe Christian Church at Union City, Ind., aud Jer. Siuiih, wf VYinclu-tter. Ind., with an intro duction, epifode and conclusion of the dUcusrion. By Hon. Jer. Smith. The above book, jn publlied. 1 oue that all should read. It will be ent by us by express or otherwise, on orders accompanied by the ca;h, at the following rates IS Copies Tor ; fl3 00 S3 25 00 50 " 48 00 loo " 5 0 Tbe trade will be furnished at trade rates by - H. H DO DD 4 CO., oct9-dtwrw3m ' Indianapolis, In4. GROCERIES. Ruger & Jay co it, Wholesale Dealers in GROCERIES AND Ojtpositr Vnion Depot, fJasf; riTZGIBBO Ot,I kTA!H D INDIANAPOLIS, IND. LAKE SALT. It U Ii K It .1 AYt'OX, AG FN TS FOR THK ft A LT COMPANY OFONONDA GAS, New York, tell At Lke rice with freight added, cash. . Ruger & J aye 021, MANUFACTURERS Of .' . ' Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking TOBACCOS. TU K TRADE tXTPUKD ON ItOöT UBERALTEEkt S. oct26-diw . HATS AND CAPS. ISAAC DAVIS, I I Wholesale &Betailr - DEALER IN. 7" . . . . Hats, Caps, l'mhrellas, Gloies aLd ' F U XL s . , . ; lias just lUccirfd. his rail Stoch .... k -. . t j OF GOODS, DIRECT FROM THE MAMFACTUBt in th Faxt, which he will sell as tow a. (he lowest. All the 1.STBST BTTI.KS kept ai K. IS rewnylasa treet, feu r door s sout h ef the Tost Office , Indi&napolii, Ind ct20-dw3i XIIE CO f-ESSIOS JISD KXPLR1 E?ICE OF Al INVALID, Published fortle beneÄt, and as a wsmitia asidC AUTION T YOl'Nt MKN who aotTer fror Nervo DrfellHy. Prematura I)ecav t Manhocl, etc , etipplvins; at the sine tine, THE MEANS OF SKL-FCIT.F.. 'Bye wbo haacnreJ himtelf. after beinf put tofreeat expense and njnry through medical humbnir and nackery. " Ityenclelmr a post-paid addreMed etmlvpe, aiaflo copies may b had of tbo author. - , NATHAN XlYiFAIR, E" ' wjy3ö.w1y Bedford, Kinj wxia'y , h. Y.