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fHE DÜILY HEMLDI " : T- ' PnOFEOCIOHAL. DONNAllY & SVAUOY, Ii rubllated Every Mffm'nj (Sandaj excepted) by HALL V IIUTCniftHOrV, orrie, Res, i sand lcn'a fllsxk Iant Tlsarkat St. near tb I. o. DTDUNITCUS, IND. TEETII EXTRACTED WITHOUT 1'AIN. 4 LL eperatlons appertAtr.tRaT te the Prwfa1n rer- IIEIiiAJLl IIUXUMNG. IC 1-2 East Washington Ct., INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. VOLUME 1. INDIANAPOLIS, IND-, FRIDAY MOKN'IXG, X0YE3IBEII 10, 1865. NUMBER 9. ita. formed ta the soost c:etuic canr.er. fat:srct ruarsxteed fa aH cases. nnTTin iriTirT a tt a mrT to ttva tt sr ttihiü a t tpk i tub I ... I i : TERMS OF THE DAILY. On ad-1 afer 3r)vriberlU,tte Mice of tie Dally IWld Will b M fblioWK To carrier, agent and new dealer per copy 3c To regalar u&ecriteis. wLerl tlivered by car rier or agent. pr wk , i.V. Xul (par VI ia advarc rr year. ...........f 12 141 r i month! S i " three months 2 S " month 1 5 And deliverable lo cliy aubecrtbere at 23 cnt per week, er 1 M pf month. 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In rdvix-e. f5 papr t-enf without tba nooey, nor continued e lontrrr time than paid for. SDIAHAFOLIS RAILROAD TIME TABLE. OLUMhUa ASD I5UIANAI-OLI CR17TRAL RAIL WAV. rain Laave. Train Arrlva. 4:3 A.M Day Kxpre got) A.M. ZU) P.M Mail 1.33 P. At 7:33 P. M Sight KtpreKt 8 35 P. If. BKLLRFUXTAINK RAILROAD. . TtnLee. IralDi Arrlre. 4.(K) A. M ;5 A.M. " P.M lUiONoon. S 15 P.3i Vail. 843 P.M. MADISON RAILROAD. Train Leave. Train Arrive. -:- A.M Mill llr.DA.lf' 100 P.M 7.3. P. M. JKFKIRSONVILLE RAILROAD. iriinaLaave. Traiot Arrlre. Mornine; rxpre10.I5 A.M. Night Kxprena, 330 A.M. Chicago Kxpreea. iOO P. M. Chicag Kxpresa, M. Mht JCxpre, 9 Oil P. M. Kvenini? Kxprea?.30P. M PKKU RAILROAD. lrt'nUT. Traro Arrive r.:-.no Noon Chicago Kxpres 7:20 A.M. 10 00 P. M Chicago Kxpree 4 P. M. LAFATEHK RAILROAD. ra!n.'L-?a. TratnuArtlva liwyo.il 4 520 A. M - ' f- AI. , lO. 1 0 A. Ma '0 25 PM 4 50 P.M. TKRR'I HAUTK AND RICHMOND RAILROAD, train Loav Train Arrive. 15 A. U Acccmmolatlon .3:45 A. M. 1:4U A. M CitKMnnti Kxpre 10:40 P.M MO P. M Mailand Kxpres 6 40 P.M. :I0 P. M NUht Kip res 7:13 A. M. CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Iraln. Leave. Train Arrlva iO-'-Jl A. M Mall 7:301. M 4 Tt A. M Chicago and t. Loul 12.-.'0 P. M. 7 4 P. M Rxpre 10:05 P. M. 4 Ot) P. M lireeaxburg AccmUtloD 50 A. M. .'OLISVILLK, NEW ALBVNY AND CHICAGO RAIL- Kt)AD. lxpreOreenctle Junction going nerth 6.00 PM f; ing ootb 11.47 P M 30QK AND JOB PRINTING. -AND OB Filffl AT THE- HON K IN THE BEST STYLE. rAMl'HLKTS. CARDS MIL. 1UI.L8 LADINO, C1IKCKS, CI KCL LA KS. KILL UK ADS. BLANKS. iU., AC. t'f alt k alt can be better accommodated here than i iar:y orcein the city. .Order frtu a dllnre 'will uteri Willi proiupi und careful atten tion HALL & HUTCHINSON INSURANCE. TNA BUILDING,- INDIANAPOLIS. lprp::'i It J! Ill ft s V ; . y ' r 'f 7 f vi . 5 twt.Ny.V.-.'fiM-ifU 2 -i?(L4-i XlLJLlt Erected 1859 Owned by tho Co TUBE BISST -is TIHIEGIr3EAPEST! sscre vrrrn thr OLD TKlL.IVI3LIi: ZTLS U UV1 LAH OF HARTFORD, CONN. C A H II ASH 10 T S . Xhla rompanr lald over 1 17000000 Lottea during 4R Years. Losses Equitably Adjusted and Promptly Paid, Policlei l.ued by this favorably known Company, without delay, traten of premium as low as consistent with the hazard taken. The Inducement ta Its patron. In aeenrity, promptitude and liberality, are nnnurpanaed by any similar limitation. A. ABROMET, Je23-d3m A OK XT. OPTICIAN. MANUFACTURER OF THE IMFROVED PANTOSCOriO SFEOTACLtS THE BEST IN USE. Moses' Spectacles are made of the finest materials, and bc?t workman ship, fairly represented, and sold at thc.r fair value MOSES' improved Pantoscopic Spectacles combine advantages mo chanioal and philosophical to be found in no other Spectacles otfcret1 in the West. Moses' improved Spectacles not only give clear and distinct -vision, do not weary or fatigue the eye, but tend to strengthen and preserve the sight. Cttutimi o AjfnU or PtiUars ernjJoyil. ET St nl for a circular containing full de cription, prior, &c, anl how to ensure a perfect tit and have them ent by mail. AiMres L. W MOSES, Optician, 50 Eat Wahinonjt.,ImlianaiH)lis,Inil. FOUNDRIES. IIOOSIi:u STATE FOUNDRY AND STOVE WORKS. COX, LOUD a PECK, Maaafactureri and Wholes Dealeri In s to rw, not ioif- i9m:, Jrc All OCR TOTES AKK OF THE LATEST AND metiBpr-Trd pattens. Our other work U1 e m: tac Iron Pronti, Colamni, Railway, Mill ai d FIoup-i Ca.ttn?, Ac, It. Order by na l or uthrrwia solicited, and prompt at tention civen. Oar pricet will be found a low a any. OtEce, Salec-rooia and Fonndry 1A3 Sooth D ware treet. two aqnare directly eat of the Caioa Depot. oct23 NATIONAL BANK -OK- IlNlIAIVrVl,OLIS. No. 23 North Meridian Street. Mperlul Agrnli fer the Kale or the 7 3-10 Loani mnii BANK IS NOW orF.N TOR THE TRAN.t 1 action 91 bn.ine; will do a General Laikitg Eal- CPK. tlovttxmeot 8ecnntie of all kind kept contaatly on band aid fwr ! at lie ct rea.utiabie rale HltNUY SCUNLLL,PTeidf0t. V. T. MaLorr.Caahirr. e;f-dtf f - rV- S I HW 7i DAILY HERALD. , , PROSPECTUS or THE INDIANAPOLIS HERALD, Daily and eKlr for IS03-C. Tl Cuderigned, PcblUben of the Indianapolis Daily & Weekly Herald, In aoluitinsr, a genreu npport from the people of the Wat, have but few ward to say and few promiaet to maie; while It fhall b their pnrpos to make it'eqnal In mechanical execution and literary merit to any paper published in the West, they prefer to let it peak for iuelf. la politic the Hxaau will be thoroughly Demo cratic, anHo aare the party of it political Edthay and ability, itJ editorial columns hav been placed under the exclusive control af tie lion. S. K. Fikklh, one of the ablest and readiest writers in the State, whoso long and Intimate acquaintance with the history of political parties in our State, together with hi life-loag devotion to Democratic priccples, make him peculiarly Cited for that position. In addition to tLe political matter contained in the FIhald, alarge-pace will be devoted to general Dews and literary outlet, so as to make it a faithful chroni cler of paing events. Iu Local Columns oh all receive pecial attention, and an able corps Las been engaged to report the Special SeHMoti of the Legislature khortly to convene. IU Commercial articles and Trice Currents will be can-fully revised, so as to make It- an object to men of buiinec to consult it daily. In hhort, we do net Intend to spare either tima or money to Buke THE HERALD MEET THE DEMAND As a Firt-clas Political, Family, and Commercial Taper. All we ak U a fair trial and a generous sup port. The Hr.aiLDwill be published on thefolbwing terms One eppy, one year $12 00 M " ix months.... " three " .... 6 00 3 00 " one 1 25 Tea copies of the Daily Herald will be furnished one year for $100, and an extra copy to the getter-op of the oh. Agents will be supplied at 3 cents per copy. WEEKLY HEKALl). Single copies, one year..... $ 2 00 Sii.gle copie., six mouths , . . . 1 00 Ten copies, one year 20 00 With an additional copy to the getter-np of each Club of ten. Specimen copies will be sent to any person desiring it, on application. Addresf, HALL V IIIJTCIIINSOX, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. UjTapers ia the Stato publishing the abo'e will be entitled to a daily exchange. a soiniirjiw Titir. Churl ston Utfort and After the Rebellion Its Husimss AVrer Htttrr than Now The Dam age hy Shelling The Convention of 1HG0 and the Associations Connected irith it Yi$it oj General Howard . Correspondence of the Indianapolis Herald. Cm ahlf..tov Hotel, Nov. I, 1M5. Mr. Editor: This "cradle of rebellion," (-to-called,) does uol appear to have suffered much from the war, except what waj caused by fire. llusiceH is at lever beat; everybody appears to be on a dead run to make up for lo?t tinie. 1 have never seen Cincinnati, Chicago or Louis ville more alive with busine? than this city $ at this time. I notice considerable building, or rather repairing building", coiii on. All that part of the city hooting the Charles ton Hotel and running towards the railroad depot appears to have ecaped the shells thrown into the city. The hotel, and many other buildings had abella to go through them, but not exploding in them did litt! damage and the holes were poon patched up. Not o be tween this hotel and the Mills Hou?e, nearly all on both sides of the etre t being knocked into mortar. How the Mills House escaped 0 we'l. is a myetery to me. It will be opened to the public eoon. I visited, of course, all that ia left ot the famous hail wherein fcecession firt-t ehowed its head. The visit caused a little twitch of sadness when I thought of the dear friends I had there with me near eix jea: a.u. Such good and gallant friends as Gordon Tanner one does not have olten. Then we had there the "l'ocketV representative, Oavit, now departed, and nmiy others tint I htve not ice to enumerate. The visit could not but bring to mind the grand and powerful debate between the leader of the bolter, William L. Yancey, and tiie champion of iioii-interven lion from our own Northwest, the honorable and manly George K. Pugh, who, if I recollect rightly, by the force of his logic and tacts, forced the' tire eaters to ad- mit that bis ( Yancey V) doctrine "wad a ?tep further than the Democracy ever took before," while in bis powerful ppeech, just closed, be was tryicg to prure that hi$ Lew ideas bad always been the doctrine of the Democratic party. Poor Yancey I though grett in intellect, bad to an swer, as all will have to, to a higher Power. Genera! Howard is now in the city, trying to do something with his frecdmen. He has his hands full, and i am inclined to thick, from what I have ?een and beard, he is anxious the Legislature should take the 'job off his hands. Some care little about the matter, and remark at time, "Let Howard pound away ; somebody will get tired as poon as we will." The Bureau for Freedmco is costing too much for the good it ia doing the negro, or anybody else, ia the be lief of Your, 4c. J. I. Ik. LETTER FROM EMERSON ETHERiDGE. Hi Acquittal iy the Military CommUtUinlIis Opinio of $ueh Tribunal. The Terre Haute Journal publishes the follow extract of a letter from Mr. Ethililk to a ftiend in that city: Datir-tx, Te, Oct. 24, 1&65. Your very interesting letter of the 2Uth tilt, was received the day I started to Columbus to witcess the last act of the farce which originated last summer, The vulgar and malignant mal contents who caused my arret and detention at Columbus for seven weeks, Iat summer, had be gun to feel the load of infamy thev have in curred. Something mut be done. What could be done but to report to a Military Commiiou one of those patented inventions in modern jurisprudence which are "organized to con vict aßd ordered to try. Accordingly grave but lying charges were preferred and tae r$onntl of the tribunal carefully se lected. The Prendent of the Commiion was one of thos who, under the Butler reyime. Lad hanged Mumford at New Orleans. .Nothing more was upposed to be wanting. Hut the world bad begun to canvass the infallibility of the Kirks and Je?reysof the nineteenth century. 1 i root must te naa. lnmycae the delay bad rrndered it indispensable. Bat cot one of the secret asaaina who bad cauied my arret not one of those who had furnished the er yrte aS- davits upon which the only material charges anl ppectfictiona were based could be f"rr-d to ap pear. Tbey dared cot ?ubmit them.ele to the ?rutiuy of truth or confront the gize o( thoe who kcew them. Consequently, tS Govern ment wa.s compelled to euranon. intellicent and respectable men who were present at the public meetings where the alleged crimes were paid to have been committed. I did not summon a rie gle witceet; I aubmitted do proof in mv defence; I did Dot employ cour cl, nor did I argue the ce. When the government closed the case, I waa done. The result is that I ara completely vindicated and my enemies covered with infamy, if indeed such creatarea could find in "the lowest deaths a lower deep." The members of the Court were conspicuous for their gentlemanly and courteous bearing; and they candidly confessed their ignor ance of the law, by the rules and pricrples of which they frankly professei not to be govern ed. I know enough of Militiry Commissions to regard every intelligent man who defcuds their necessity or jurisdiction, as more dangerous than any culprit who has ever been muniereJ by their judicial mockeries. Surely your Northern peo ple love servility; else why do they, or so many of them, glorify the worst instruments of cruel despotism, and hail with joy the most claring usurpations? Will Lot some ehrewd Yankee peedily t-tirtle the world with an improved thumb pcrew? Whatapitr that Ravaillac had not lived until now! In this age the Dry Tor tugas with its improved instruments, would have extorted real names fo. accomplices who had no real existence. But enough of thi! I have read your letter to many intelligent friend?. Such words of fympatby from euch a eouuee are more than grateful at this time. member of the lmliuna Lcgiaiaturc. SENATE. Conrad Baker, President of the Senate. Allison, James Y. Jefferson. Barker, Jtnew Pike. heeM.n, OiLniel Wayne. Bennett, Thomas W. Fayette and Union. honham, Wm. A. Pdarkford. Ilowman, John A. Washington. Bradley, Auzustus Floyd. Brown, D. K. Hamilton. P.rown, . S. Wells. Carson, W. W. Allen. Cason, T, J. Boone. Chapman, Chas. W. Kosciusko. Cobb, Tnonias It. Lawreuc Corbin, Homer Marshall. Cu leu, Wm. A.-Ku-h. Culver, M. C Tipecaiie. Davis, 0. P. Vermillion. Douglas, A.J. Whitley. iJowney, A. C. Ohio. Dunning, P. C. M onroe. Dykes, i;otert Lagrange. Knlih, F.liha (i. Scott. Finch, G. W. Poey. terry, flamuel Sw Miami and Fulton. Fuller, LI. G Warrick. Gaff, Jarus W. Dearborn Giflord, Thomas Franklin. Hanna, Bayless W. Vigo, liord, Francis T. Bartholomew. Hyatt, William kipley. Jenkins Henry Crawford, Marhall, J. D- Grant. McClurg. Leander Clinton. Mason, James L. Hancock, ililliken, Joseph" Montgomery. Moore, George W. Owen. Newlin, J. W. Fountain. Niles, John B. Laporte. . Noyes, K. B. Steubeu. Oyler, S. P. Johnson. Reagan. Thomas p. Henry. Kichmond, P. Howard. Stairg, Athel Clay. Tboinpson, W. C. Mrion. Van Busklrk, D. K. Decatur. . Vawter, James II. Jennings. . Ward, Thomas Randolph. Williams, J. D. Knox. Woods, Alfred White. Wright, Ezra Ja.-per. 1I0CSK OF REPRESENTATIVES Adams Philemon It. Collius. Allen O. Bird, J. T. Phoaff. lUrtholomew O. 11. 1. Au ., 'IV'Lton and White Thos. Atkinson. Blackford and Wells Newton Barwell. IVone Thos. J. Stringer. P.rown John Richards. Carroll John B. Milroy. Cass Chas. B. Laselle. CUrk Jonas G. Howard. Clay A. C. Veach. Clinton Crawford C. F. Goodman. Daviess-IIoward Crook. I)'arboni John G. Stringer, Uichard Gregg. locator Wm. H. I'.onner. iK Kalb Kobt. M. Lot khart. Ln-laware Alf. Kilore. Diiboi.s John Meikle. KIkhart Joseph Riford. Fayette and Union Gilbert Trusler. Floyd Cyrus L. Dunham. Fountain H. L. Roac l. Frankliu U. Unborn. Fulton Stephen Davidson. Gibson John Hargroxe. Grant Henry Jam s. Greene John M. Hiiinp.hreys. Hamilton and Tipton Wm. Slivers. Hancock and Shelny 'leo. C. Thatcher. Hancock Jobu II. White. Harrison John W. lup. Huntington anl Whitley John Ii. CoiTroth. Harrison and Washington John Ix iuon. Hendricks Charte-. F. Hogate. Henry David W.Chambers. Howard Sey nion T. Montgomery. Jackson Jason II Brown. Jay Samuel A. Stio.iII. JeflVroon D. C. Brsnham, John A. Litson. Jennings Hiram Pratber. Johnson Paacall A. Pmney. Knox John B. Patterson. Kosciurk Harvey W. t'pson. Lagrange Francis P. GntlHh. Lake Bartlett Woo-Is. Laporte W. W. llu--ins, John H. Wills. Lawrence Robert lioyd. Madison I;. K. Croan. Marion II. C. Newcomb, J. M. McVey. Marshall a:jd Stark Lloyd Glaxebrook. Monroe Samuel II. Uu.-kirk. Martin John R. O'Brien. Miami Jotias Uuuv-r. Montgomery Samuel Gregory. Mor?i!i X. J. Major. Noble Phillip Zentlor. Uhi anit t wite rUn.l Augustus Wetcb. Orange Thomas Hunt. Owen John M. Stuckey. ferry Henry Lyons. i'lke John W.LichiMson. Porter Hrman Church. 1'osejr Klijah M. Spencer. Putnara A. I). Ilaruri k, Hiin. Lane. Randolph Thomas W.llce.-e. Ujpley B. F. Krrri. Rush I. L Stewart. Scott Thomas M. Sullivan. Spt-ncer James S. Wright. Mteuten Stephen G. Sbin. St. Joseph John A. Hsnrkks. Sullivan Stephen (J. Burton. Tippecanoe Joseph M. H-rshey, J. L. Miller. Vanderburgh Kred. W. Cook. Vermillion P.. K. Kb oa Is. 'Vanderburgh and Posey E. T. Su'.livan. Vigo F. M. Meredith, J. E. Woodruff. Wabash John V. Pettit. Warren Benj. F. Gregory. Wayne John Sim, William W. Foulke, Elihu Cox. Wabash and Kosciusko Calvin Cow gill. Elkhart and Lagrange Michael F. Shuey. Hendricks and Boone John P. Burns. Johnson and Morgau Lira A. OUeman. Newton and Ja;er Silas Johnson. Pulas&i and Shelby Junes Harrison. W'arnck Kobert Perigo. Washington jimison Lee. Republicans marked with a star. BOOKS AND PAPER. HOOKS AiD PAPEK AT WII O L E S A L E ! 500 D0ZEX 8pkllirs- sno DOZEN HEADERS, 500 DOZEN GSOGRAPHI 300 DOZEN GRAMMARS, 3,000 EEAM3 WRITING PAPER. I.Oinj REAMS WRAFFINd PAPER, 500 REAMS FLAT TAPERS, l.OoO.OUOENTELOFES, 500 IOZSN BOTTLES INK, 30 GS0S3 EONNET BOARDS, 200 DOZEN SLATES, 30,000 SLATE PENCILS, ALL AT Cincinnati or Chicag IV kola ale Prices, AT HOWi:, STKWAHT V C4VS, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. ikC-dtr SPECIAL NOTICES. The llrldal Chamber an Essay of Warn In and Instruction for Tousg Men. Also, new aad re liable treatment for Disease of the Urinary and texnal ysiea tent free, 1c sealed eavelopei. Ad!rMDr. J. aHLUSUUCGOTÜN, Howard Association, Philadel phia, pa. apri-dAwly firent Oaks From f. title Acorn i. ro Tiie worst diseases known ta the hamao race spring from cause, so small .as ta a!mot defy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that fill the tables and helves of the medical fraternity cnlygoto prove and elaborate these facts. Then guard yourselves while yoa may. The mallest pimple on the tkin Is a tell-tale and indicator of disease. It m iv fade and die away from the surface of the body, but it will reach the vitals, perhsps, at last, and death be the result and final close. Maggiel's Bilious Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills cure where all others faiL While for Barns, Scale's, ChSPolains, Cuts, and all abraHons of the skin, Jlaggiel's Salve Is Infallible. Sold by J. llaggiel, 43 Fulton street. New York, and all Druggist, at 25 cents per box. , aug22-ddkwly A CltOWS OF C.LOltY. EVERT MAN, WOMAN an J CHILD who has used STERLING'S AMBROSIA, Is willing to recommend it. Three years of rapidly In creasing ßales have made the Ambrosia famous all over the world. It U Warranted to Please. It cures Itching of the Head. It makes New Hair grow on Bald Deal. It prevents the Hair from Falling Out. It renders the Hair Soft and Glossy. Cleanses the Scalp; Cools the Heated Brow; Removes Dandruff; Cures Nervous Headache; Cares Esldness; Ia mres Luxuriant Locks; Inclines Hair to Curl; Supersedea Wigs; Kills Hair Eaters. Good effect apparent at once. TO THE LADIES WE SAY, The Ambrosia will suit you to a T. Elegantly put up. Ielieately Fertrjmed. Patronized by Opera Singers and Actresfes. Sold In rplendid boxes or cartons, contain ing two large bottles No. 2 for morakg. No. 1 for evening. There is no Hin take about it. STERLING'S AMBROSIA Is the best, most agreeable snd effective toilet In the world. To prove this, try carton. Sold by Drxggists. Sterling's Ambrosia Manufacturing Company, 215 Fulton Street, New York. sep25-diwly C-FORMORE THAN TWENTY YEARS MATH8W8 VENETIAN HAIR DTE has stood the test of trial, and Is constantly increasing In pablie favor. TUB VENETIAN HAIR DTK is th bebt and cheapest nade. Its price Is only 75 cents, and each bottle con tains doable the quantity of dye In these usually sold or SI. ' THIS HAIR DYE is manufactured by a peculiar pro oess, which renders it infinitely ßuperior to any dye in market. Being complete in one bottle, no preparation Is Tequtred, wnJch greatly simphlles the application. IN USING THIS DYE yoa avoid that ecbtt, dead ap pearance by which dyed hair and whiskers are se readily recognized, when an inferior article has bee a used, as It produces a perfectly natural color of any thadethat i? desired, from a ricn brown to a Jetty, lustraus black, that will not smut, crock, or ttain the clothing. Invest 75 cents and you will be convinced. Sold by all Drug gists and Fancy Goods Dealers. A. 1. MATHEWS.Manufacturer. DEM AS BARN KS A CO. New York, Wholesale Agents mylO-deod-ly THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. PROTECTED fv p? LETTERS BY ROYAL PATENT! Prepared frmu a inscrij4ion of tir J. t7tri-, J. J) rhynician etra-ordinarytoth4 Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all those painful and dangerous diseases to which the fe male constitution is subject. It moderates obstructions, aud a speedy enre may be relied on. to iUAm:n;i ladies It is peculiarly suited. It will la a short tira bring en the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government stamp ofGreat Britain, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. 7 he rill thotdil I tvtbetnkenhy Female during the FIRST TÜRKE 310X7 IIS of Pregnancy an they art ure to bring 0i Afincarriagt, but ae any other lime iffy are $ae. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pains In tba Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpita tion of the Heart, Hysterics aad Whites, these nils will -ffect scare when !1 other means hava failed; and, al though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, aatiniony, or anything hurtful to the constitution. Full directions In tue pamphlet aroand each package, which should be cart fully preserved. SOLD YALL LRCGG1ST3 Sola Agent for the United State and Canada, JOB MOSES, 27, Cortlandt St., New Tort. 27. B. f 1 00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any an horizdd Agent will lnrure a bottle, containing 50 Fills, by return mail. decS-deodiwly CUTLET THOSE WHO HAVE DOUBTED the virtues of Ki ix's Cedro r.mxKS, If any such there be. read the following certlf.ci.te from gentlemen well known in this community, and doubt no more.; Its general introduction into the army will save the live of thousands of oar soldiers. LotnsmxK, June 3d, 1S63. We, the undersigned, have seen the good effects of Dr. Joh Bcxx's Ccnaosi Brrrxss in case of general debility and prostration of the system, and believe Its general ue would prevent disease and relieve much suffering. Among our soldiers particularly would this be the cae, especially those who are exposed to the miasm atie in fluences iu the Southern climate. MAJ. PHILIP SPKEL, Collect or Int. Rev. 3d Dis. Ky. CHAS. B. COTTON, Collector of the Port of Louisville, Ky. COL. H. DZNT, Provost Marshal General of Kentucky. REV. D. P. HENDERSON, Vice President of Sanitär y Commission. HARNET, HUGHES k CO., Publishers Dercycrat. GEO. P. DOERN, Proprietor LouisvUle Arie'.gsr. HTGHES A PARKHILL, Wholesale Dry Goods Dealers, Mfüa street, Louis ville, Ky. DAVIS, GREEN A CO., Wholesale ghoe Dealers, Main street, Louisville. HART A MAPOTTIER, Lithographers corner Market axd Third streets' LomisvUle, Ky. TCUZS WINTER, Clothing Merchant, corner Third aad Market its., Louisville, Ky. CAJT. 8. F. EILDRXTH, Of the steamer Major Afidtraoa. MAJ. L. T. THUHSTON, Paymaster Ü. 8. Army. C. M. M ITC ALF. National H.tel, LoalsrCla, Ey . COL. JESSE BATLE3, 4th Keatucky Cavsdry. GEORGE D. PRENTICE, Louisville JoumaL SOLD WHOLESALE BT DAILY, IIEEFEIt & ULSII. 7.1 South Meridian It., IndiaaapcLa. declo't-dlyAwl2uaaa RAILROADS. BELLETONTAINE RAILWAY CIIAXCC OF XI .TIE. v o N AND AFTER MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1SC5 trains will leave Union Depot as follows: 4 CO A. Epres Mail. 4.00 p. Mn Accommodation, (for Cnlon ecly.) e.15 P. AL, Night Express. tuaivs Asatvi raon via bait. UJ't A. M. Accommodatioa. lMbo A. M., Night Express. 8.45 P. M., Ma;l. R. N. BROWN, coCO-dtf General Soperintendent. Atlantic and Great Western T3 RAILWAY. BROAl(iUA(.E TO NEW YORK. Two Through Trains Ilnily VIA TJItlliViVAa CINCINN ATI and NEW YORK And the Oil Regions of Penn, rpUE A. i G. W. RAILWAY COMPANY ARE DE I termined te do everything in their power to make the Proud Guage the quickest, safest and most comfortable railway in the country. The engines, cars and other equipments are entirely new, and of the mo.t modern and Improved patterns, unequalled by any other line on this continent. The iron on the entire line is new and heavy, and the bridges are all new and safe. The scenery is not enrpasd by any other line. The cars are wide, roomy and well ventilated. Passengers leaving Indianapolis at 5:30 A.M., by the Columbus A Indianapolis Central, make cloee connection at Urbaua with the 1M0 A. M. Express out of Cincinnati, the 7:40 P. M Night Express Columbus k Indianapolis Centra!; also makes close and certain connection at Cr bana with the NieM Express on the A. k G. W. Rail war, which leaves Cincinnati at 10:50 p. M. through Tickets for sale at the Union Depot, Indian apolis, and at all the principal ticket offices In the East and West. Daggage checked through. Rates of fare as low as by any other route. In asking for your tickets be sure they read via Atlan tic A Great Western Railway. For particulars in regard to the route, &c sea small bills and map. K. F. FULLER, D. McLARIN, Gen'l Ticket Agent. Gen'l Sup't. J. BURGESS BROWN. Passenger Agent A. & 0. W. Hallway, octlO-dtnovl INDIANAPOLIS, IND. . INSURANCE. STAT EI? I E !"E OF TUE AFFAIKS OF THE Phoenix Insurance Co., Brooklyn, Now York. SEPTEMBER 1, 1886. Capital Surplus 1,000,000 OO alSsSIO 79 tl,.18,SlO 79 ASSETS. Pond and Morlsges 1240,951 21 Tfinporary Loans, secured by Stock Collaterals.... 179,095 00 Fire Premiums in coure of Collection.... A 12,431 73 Marine and Inland Prems, in course of Collection., f.9,203 13 Interest Accrued 21,941 b Bills Receivable l4,fc.tt 44 Real Estate 7.05 4-1 Cah in Rank and on hand 107,550 fc3 Cash in hands of Agents, and in course of trans mission 27,472 27 United htates Bonds 62",678 41 State Boads 4"3.HW 00 Kins County Bonds 20,000 00 Union Ferry Co. Stock.... 4,0K) m Union White Lead Co. Bond 3,000 0) Other Securities 10,215 a". 1J13 LIABILITIES. LOSSES UNSETTLED. Fire tAa.57 C3 Inland 2.37 OJ Marine 33,7u3 7 $9423 This Company Insures agalast the Nazsrds Fire, Ocean, innritie ntid Intra IMavngntion JOHN W. HAMILTON", Agent. cov3-dtf ladiaaapolis, Ind. THE INDIANAPOLIS IXSUUANCE CO.TIPAIVT, U Lew pe raisfxtlj orgmlzed aad ready to I? ue Fin Policies. Capital, - - - r ' $200,000. The Stockholder of this Company comprise some of our.most recpoasible citizens. i) i it i: c t o it i : 8. A. Fletcbek, Sa., W, H.Talsott, A. L. Roachi, E. J. Taca:, AriLLA Job is, OuvraTorBKT. A. E. Vivroa, Thomas A. Moaata, Wiluam Uisnxa&ex. 01f.ee at preent la the Sinklag Fund Eailding, corner of Pennsylvania street aid Virginia avenue. )I rThe. patronage ef the public is solicited. Wm. HENDERSON, Presiiect Aixx. C. Jahesov, Secretary. ayl-dly SOLICITOR OF PATENTS. SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, a Washington city, D. C, S8. FAHNESTOCK, late Examiner U. Patent L Office. For reference e Circulars. Gen. Thos. A. Morris Gen. Jno. Love and Gen. J. J. Reynolds. y20-d6m HOTELS. s P. A. REITZ, COHHEECIAL HOTEL, One Square North of Union Depot, East Side of Illinois Street, HDl AIAPOLII, I1D. THIS HOTEL HAS BEEN RECENTLT REFITTED aad refurnished. The traveling public will be shown every attention te make them feelat ham. v5-w1 31 C Y HOUSE, Cor. Illinois and ."Harket Streete, JXDIJLXAPQUS, AT), F. T. PALMER, K. PENTECOST, Proprittera. STREET CARS run to and from the doar of the -Macy" te the Colon Depot aad all parts of Ue city. P. 8. From the 23d ef October, 1C5, the" price ef Day Board will be reduced to fit DvlUrt- tr Week. oottl-dJai a. a. rnaauaa e. a a. HENDRICKS, PERKINS; & KORO ATTORNEYS' AT LAW, XiiIiiiuniollN, Inli(iu ix jyl-diwSm vn. A.urwn i w.s'ceto '10YE & M'COBD, ; ICoom Ho. 5 Illackford s) Itisrk, 8-nra INriANAITI!. IND. ROUERTF. rENCh)!. I).. PHYSIOTAN AND SURGEON, - . "XniCE, NO. ,5. RECOND 5T0LT. VINTCN S W Block, lrTArte the Tost C"ce. IXJ RESIDENCK Honk last Corner ef Ohio and Delaware streets. acglu-!tf R. A. . SEMIAX,' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON rncx so. io hrgisia aventx. EESIDENCX.'tlt KORTH ALABAMA IT. ea ti . ; k LIVERY STABLE, &c. iVEW UVEUV . !--' i ..... ' SALESTABLEÖ! W. C. WXKD. . a I J. . rraaaarr. WOOD & STERRETT, COURT STREET, IN REAR OF POSTOFFCE, HAVE JUST COMPLETED A LARGE AND WELL arranged Livery and Sale Stable, at.d furnibed ii w ith the very bed of stock. They are also prepared to I$CXYIfcI IIOllHKM. . .. i . ... And having experienced Hortlert will Insure the betd of atteation. The patronage of the public Is soHcIted. The siable is centrally and' convenient ly located In the Lear ef Talbott and'ws' Block and the Po.t4WV. . IsDiAiAroua, August SI, 1 aurl.ltf PARTNERSHIP.' Copartnership lYotitfc'. WE have this day as rfatevf w'ith !f !ti'btfrnes, Mr.- JOUX M. CiLDWKLLf Untarly ar-St. B. Alvoid k Gd. . i i ,..( The busiaesii will be continued under l old firm ca me,, and with oor larga' capital and Increased farfliüe' know we ckn give entire satlsractian to beftraae. CKOSSLANI), UAGCJKK A CO. Indianapolis, Oct. 2 UCS. . j . . actj aAwtf r, r-v Notice of Copartnership. TDK enmsigned have this day formed a'copartcer ship under the Htm. of Düna k Kamey, ta carry oa the business of tiu Fitting, Steam titUag aswl Plumb ing business. All work done by oa will be guaranteed and doue at th lowest rate. We ask the public te give us A trial and anlictt their patronagew J. C. DCNN. JOHN MARKET. IU;v;V sfc KAUXKY, GAS & STEAM FITTERS & PLUMBERS, 38 nttcl 40 Kentucky Avenue. A LL SORTS OF FIXTURES ON HAND AT ALL iL times and famished at tba low..; rate. my4-dtf COPARTNERSHIP. I HAVE associated with myseir In the Livery, Sal and Boarding btable Euujea John A. Drew, ab lrom this day has become a partner In said buoiB-. The business of the Dew firm will ha conducted at tla old at and. No. 10 East Pearl street, la the rear ef the Sentinel Building. Thanking the public for past patronage, I hope tbey may see fit to continue the same. JOHN B. 8ULIJTAN. of AULLIVAN k DREW. Indianapolis, May , 1SC5 myS-dtf "THERE IS NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL" MX' BCLL SC. .CLIOT nT ' fk COMPOUND EXTRACT CF CIJRURS AAI OIAIRA, IS A 8URE,CERTAIN;AND SrKEDT CURE FOR ALL dieae of the Bladder, Kidneys aad Urinary Organ. e:tber in the Male r Female, frequently p-rforw!x.a: a Perfect cure in the short space of three or four days, nd always in less time than any other preparation, la ti e of TARRANT'S COMIUOD KXTKACT CUbKlJ AND COPAIBA, there is no rjeedofcoDtinraent orchstr of diet. In its approved form ef a pa-?e, U is ertirly tastles, and ean-a no nnpleasant ri-at ia to t be pa tient, and no expoeore. Jt u now acknowledged by tl.e mostleaniMlntlieprtifewicatbatin tte at ov ca-e of diseases, Cubebs and Copaiba ara tla cr.ly to rerredie known that can b relied upon with any certainty of success. TARRANT'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OP CCEILS 1D COPAIBA KKVKK H11J. Manufactured only ty T A II II A X T A CO., 27 Greenwich gtreet, ICew T.rk. UTS Id l j Druggists all over tie Wor'.s!. apr29-dly REAL ESTATE, &C FOlt SALE. 15 Very Desirable Lots, ON BRAD SHAW ST., Within 200 Feet of tho Virginia Avenue Line of Cars. riHESB LOTS WILL EE BOLD AT A VERT Ia W JL price on long cred.t, the purchaser required to buüJ on each Lot with la a give a time. For particular apply at Ik a aXca af the C.t sc' treet Rail ay Company. H. H.CATHERWOCL. Indianapolis, April Si, KS aprV-dtf Philojopbj of Marriage. FpHI PROPRIETORS OF THE 5IW TORE MCSIUK I. of Anatomy have determined, rrard cf et pens, ta issue fre, (for the benefit cf aefTerlrg hu manity, aad suppression of ouackery.) four ef their ttw: Interesting and intmctive Lecture on Marriaa-. atd Its disqualifications. Nervoas and Physical Ib!l;ty, pre matare decline of Manhood, Indigesticn, W.akneM or Depression, Iopotency, Losa ef E&erry and Manly pow er; the great Social EvlL and thosa Maladies which ru!t from yauthful foUies, excesses af maturity, r igoranca ef PhysicAagy aad laws ef Nature. Theee Invaluable Lectures have been the Beans cf enlightening and earing thonsaads, and will ba farward ed free, on receipt ef fear stamps, mj addreaslrg Secre tary, New Terk Museum ef Aaatotay aad Medk-.ae, is Broadway, New Tart Jaa2T-dly COMr.llSSION MERCHANTS. 15 F. aV A. J. MULLEN, COLIinSSION T.iTsRCHANTS, 79 Uroael t., TlanliTlllc, Trnn., DCALXRJ IN FOREIGN AND DOMXSTIC LIQUORS, 4c. Order lid and Cansig naesta Solicited. Pot efSca Boa 25 y-dtf FOR RENT. VTWO STORT FRAME HOUSE, CONTAINING NTNE (9j Rooms, wit an eooventencea, la excellent vr der aad la tta eonthaastara part of the dty. Apply ta JONLS, 1NNEIJÜE k JONai, . T. A. BISDBJCXa, orl-d3t No. Laxaa 11. mxk.