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Tralna Laar. Train Arrlr. Morning RinrMi.lO.IS A. M. Mht Kiprp, 33 A.M. bicao Kxpreta, Voo P. M. Chxaira Ktpreo, 12.30 M. X-.bt JCxprea, 9 0-1 P.M. Kventna; Kapreaa 7.3 P. M PKKU KAlLHOAD. ir!nl.eTe. Trarea Arrlva IStbi Sina Clilcairo K pre... . . 7 VO A.M. I0JP.M Chicago Kiprr.-t 4 35 P.M. L.f ATRrriC UAtl.ROAl). ral jla. TralnaArrira U 4 5.n 4 20 A. M ? I. 1310 A.M. P 4t p.m. TKKHE HAUT ASD RICHMOISD RAILROAD. Iralim .ta.e fraiosArrtv. I A. M Accommodation J: 45 A. M. .1 A. M CitK-inuatl K. iprea I AI P. M 1 P. M MalUnJ Kiprfn. 6 40 P.M. :! P. M Stht Eipreaa 7.15 A. M. CINCINNATI RAILROAD. IraloaL. Tralna Arrl4 tV 4. M Mall 7 30 P.M I.V A.M Chicno an.t !t. IauU 13. V0 P. M. 7 4 P. M Kapre 1:'5 P. M. 4 0.1 P. M .irnlur Acconaodatlot) 950 A.M. !t UMVll.LK. INkW AI.HVNT AND CHICAGO KAIL- Uu AD. r x pre 0rencatl Junction pfolnf terth .00 PK ..tu nth 11.47 p M OOK AND JOD PniNTINC. BOO 3ESL AND JOB PEIKIfflG AT THE HER A Til) OFFICE DONK IN TUE BEST STYLE. HOOKS, I'AJJ 111 LK I S. CAKDS i;il.i s. HILLS LADING, CHKCKS, (MKCULAKS. IULL HEADS, ULAXKS. hisii:ss in: Of all a n la can b belter acconroodated tere tbaa 'aoy uSi In tba city. COrder lram a alleianc will mrci u tili prompt and careful alien lion HALL & HUTCHINSON. THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY HERALD. VOLUME ! INSURANCE. ÄTNA BUILDING, INDIANAPOLIS. .J a 3 it-t , ? ' f&a-v: A? 0 lip .4 .Ji.'j'.j '1-1! '.t : 11- U. 7 m Erected 1859 Owned by tho Co. T22B JBBST 1 THE CHEAPEST! KSCRR WITH THK OLD JIELIABLE TUM 9 OF HARTFORD, CONN. CASH A J-J M 1 T H, Till Companr Tnld over 17,000,000 L.aa duruiK 4fi Vrurat. Losses Equitably Adjusted and Promptly Paid. Poliole lwinet by thl favorably known Company, without delay, at rate nt premium a low a con.tl-tent Ith the biiard taken. The Inducement ta It patron, In aecarlty, proniptitudo and liberality, are unnurpa.saed by any similar tnatltttion. A. ABROMET, Je24-il3m AOKNT. OPTICIAN. MAXUFACTUKKK OF THK IMPROVED PANTOSfJOPIO SFECTACLtS THK KKST IN USK. Morcft Spfctnclcj are made of th? finest materials, and best workman ship, fairly represented, und sold at their fair value MOÖKS' improved Pantoscopk Spectacle? combine advantages me chanieal and philosophical to be found in no other Spectacles oflere:1 in the V est. Moses1 improved Spectacles not only give clear and distinct vision, do not weary or fatigue the eye, but tend to strengthen and preserve the sight. Caution .Nu Ajenit or PeJiart employed. CT" ScnJ for a circular containing full de crij'tion, rruv-, Ac, and how to cnure a perfect nt ana time tnem tent or mail. Aillrt'.5 L.VW: MOSES, Optician, 50 I'aat Washington st., Indianapolis, Ind. FOUNDRIES. HOOSirjt STATE FOUNDRY AND STOVE WORKS. . COX. LOUD A- I'KCK, Maanfactarera and Wholeaalt Dealer! la sto fafrx, uorr if- yi tnt . LL OUR STOVK.S ARK OF TUE LATEST AND Biwt;Hipr ved pa:tert.. Ourwthtrtaorh ciOrce Jron Frcmti, Clnmna, Railway, 11.11 aud Hou.e L"auc Ac 1c. Order by auail or o.lierwi olirited, and prompt at tention (tiTcn. Oer pr.ee 111 be fount a low aa any. Office, Ualr-rtKm a:nl Vooary Kl Aontb Da wara ttreet. two qaarM dirwcUy eat of tba Caioa Depot, oct 33 m 121 ten vrsris NATIONAL BANK -OF- iIANAl'OLIH, No. 23 North Meridian Street. pec. a I Agent for the Sale I the 7 3-IO Loan. rpHli BANK IS NOW OPEN rOR THE TRANS I. of boaineaa; wtU do a lXral Batkla Baal- Bcaa. Uovemmect Secarit; of all ktaJa kept cooataatly oa bao4 aaU fwr aaia at tfc ucxt reaonb rate. RaVNkT IaOii;LLrTeai4e8t. T. T. ILaXerT.Caaiier. aaWlf . .m v I I I INDIANAPOLIS, ISD-, DAILY HERALD. PROSPECTUS THE INDIANAPOLIS HERALD, Dally and Weekly for lSfi.VG. Tlie Uberlis'Tied, PtbIi'L'ra of the Indianapolis Daily & Weekly Herald, In aoli.Mt'n a generali aupport from the people of tte. ?tate, Lave but f-w word to aay ard few promiae to viaae; 111 It hall be their purple to make it equal In mechanical execatioa anl literary merit to any paper publibel in tb West, tbey prefer to let it ieak for iteelf. lu i-jlitic tba Haaaut will be thoroughly Demo cratic, and to A-ur the party of its pobt.cal fidelity and ability. It editorial colamna Lava been placed under the exclanlve control of tbe Hon. 9. E. I'kbkix, one of the ablest and read et writers in the State, whoa long and intimate acquaintance wita tbe history of polit.cai partiea in our Stata, together with hi Lfa-lcaa; devotion to Democratic princples, raake hiai peculiarly fitted for that position. la aMitioa to the political matter contained in the Hi bald, a lare pce will be devoted to general news and literary auhj-ct, so aa to make it a faitbfal chroni cler of pa.aln ereata. Ita Local Col imui .hall re?ivo r-pecial attention, and an able corp baa been engaged to report the Special 3eiion of the Legislature ahortly to couvene. It Commercial articles and Trice Curn-nte will be carefully revise 1, ao at to make it an cbj'.'Ct to men of buslx.ea to consult it daily. In bhort. w do net Intend to spar ei'.bar tim. or money to roake THE HERALD MEET THE DEMAND At a Plrt-la Political, Family, and Commercial riT. All we ak U a fair trial and a generous aup jKrt. Tbe Ilia M.n will be puOli.-hM on the following terms One copy, one year....' $ 12 00 " ix m jiulu 6 00 " " three 3 (XI " " one 1 25 Ten cpi ofthePau.r IlrRAin will be furni.sbed one jear for UX, and aa t tr copy to tbi iettvr-Bp of the A?-nt will be aupplifd at 3 cents per copy. . WKKKLY II K HA 1. 1). Siiigle copies, one year.... f 2 00 Single cupiertsix moutb 1 (H) Ten copie, cue year 20 OO With an additional copy to the Retter-up of each Club of teu. Ppeclnif n cpie will b sent to any person deMring it, on application. Ad J reu, HALL aV IIUTCIIISON, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Hyi'apers la the State publiithingthe above will be entitled to a dally exchange. f rom the outli. Weeubjoin a few extracts from Southern pi pers to show the tue of Southern leeliug aud Southern gemiment. 1. From the inaugural of Gen. Humphreys, of Mi;i!ippi: Ilia tu be regretted that thia school of poli- ticitui could Lot bave touuJ better mode fur Halving the question than the arbitrament ot wr But thequeri on watithua relerred, aud has been decided Haiust ut by a tribuual Irotn wLicb there i no appeal. The people of the St tie of MisiMtif pi, acknowledging the deSion, desire to return to the Union hi 1 lenew their letltv to tbe CoiiKiitutiou of the United Sute. It hat. beeu olhcitlly rep ited troin norue qu trters that our people ate iiisincere, aud t!it the ar.irit ol revolt i rampant aujoti; u. But it uufi nching fidelity iu war j:iYe evideuce of reliable fidelity in pence if tbe unvarying proferMous that pring l'rom private aud public sources furnish any evideuco of truth it h nulhciently demon strated that the prople of the South, who o long aud against auch terrible odJa maintained the pjiithtit.Nt coiirtitt of modern ae, may be fnftlv tru.-U-d when they proles more than willinne to return U their allegiance. 'The South, having ventured all on the arbitrament of the e word, ha- ht all i.ive Iter honor, and now accepts the rewult in cood Uith. it h our duty to uddres ourpilrt ! to the pruinof.ott of pence and order tn the rcHtontion of the Uw, the Uith of the Contitutiou aud the ctabiliiy and prosperity ot the Union to cultivate amicable relation, with our ai.-ter Sttten, and erabli.h our agricultural and commercial prosperity upou more dtirnble fouudatior . trusting that the leiotJ9 tnuht by the rebellion will nut be Iot either to the 'oith or the Siuth that freemen, once cnlighteueJ, will not euhmit to wrong or u jmtice that ec t onal atfirte sion will meet with eeetion il resist ant e, at.d Ihit the price of political perfidy i bloody and c rnage. The State of ilnjis'sipri haa already, uudet thy prefhure of the rtfult of the war, by Ler own eoiemn act, abolihed elavery. It woull be hypocritical and unprottible to attempt to per suade the world that he ha.-t doue to willingly. It in due, however, to her Louor to how by her tutute coure that she his dune to in good laith. and th t eUvery eh.ill never again xit within her borders, under whatever name or fcui.e it uuj be attempted. Tbe pu lden enmtjcipttion ol her aU?e.- Ihh devolved upon her the hi-het rt ej oiiciOtlitifa and duties. Several bundled tliou- sabd tt the hegro race, ubfi'ted lor poht ctl equality with the white nice, have been turned Io!e uyou society, and iu the ruardun-hip ehe mty arume over this rate, lie must deal justly with them, and piotect them in all their rival's ol'peron and property. The hiheet degree of elevation iu the mi ale of civilization to which they are capable, morally and intelUctually, mui-t be secured to them by their education ai!d religiuu train:ujr: but they cinuot be admitted to political or social equality with the white race. It id due to ourselves to tbe white emigrant invited to our shores and it fhould never be forgotten to maintain the fact that oura is and hall ever be a government of white men. Tbe purity and pogre-s of both races require that cade mu?t be maintained, and intermarriage between the races te forbidden. Miscegenation must be the work arid taste of other climes and other "people. '2. From the Richmond Time, touching the admission of Southern lief rcentative: We are tow completely at the merer of for eigners, buying on credit whatever they" choose to bring u. at.d spending two millions a week in import more than cm be nut by our exports. Our coin i being carried off at pleasure, and we are in a condition of the a t arject t4-alige to Kngland aLd Earope. "W'eotre them Aua drtdt of miUiont of Jotlart more than any natmn kas cuintd fur Uttlfin the pjit etjhiy yrurs of tt history" In the meantime, J sy Cooke acd his ubid:zd journals cd Uohemima go on publishing articles lull ol gii'.tering geceraluie. to prove that "a ra tional dtbt is a national bleicg." Here we have a piper-money Kero fiddling while tbe na tion is ru-Liig to the bottomle pit of bank rujlcy. and a thousand hireling clacuert aiding hiai in concealing the true condiiiou of the ca tion. Congress, by timely and wise legislation, might arrest this frightful drain of tbe vital ele ment of our curreucy;but Cngrei is again destined t) become a Mlad.atorial arena, w&ert eectional strife ia to be revived and intensified. ilotths which, if dedicated to the aolutioa of a fearful financial problem, might save tbe nation from bankruptcy, art to be speU m devisicz a lystera of Frty itratfgywbica is to kee? practi cally out of tie Ctioa el er en Suits, which a SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1865. debt of twenty aeven Lunirel mi lions of dollari haa been incurred to forte Lick the pltre which they once occupied. I t iere t o vtrrul ing Providence to stve a gret int. on like this from beini annihilated by piriy : ru? 3. From Rev. Dr. Hpok' addre to tbe Disciples' Contention of Vircu: Amid the smouldering fmVi of our con umed desires amid the withered letve of our fond but blighted expectation amid the wreck and wretchedness that tbe wr. haa wrought amid the blacken of the deuhti. n ilu' brood alike over city re.ider ce and cuauur ii me, now that the smoke of the bittie t.is cleared away, giving u a fair and full vision of the field, we take one lone, last lioRerir look iu complete survey of whit we have dared, t.:Vrel nn i "lost, and we turn away from the uninviting retro-; ect with the engraven thought in the m:nd, und the impressed feeling oa the heirt, ttut e dtred much, suffered more, and Ltvelo-t all all for which we struggled all bnt our lienor as men. To thi Uat thought the Fe lernl U ivtrotutct, the dominant civil aeetion aud the triumpbitnt Union army will cheerfully and ptouily sub sciibe 1 he Federtl pold'ur. would Limelf es teeui the wreath of conquest thtt a.lonirt his brow a an unmeiDitip, woithle tbirc, if con ferred for l tiiamph over the D ger Iu Jin in a mere ekirmirh, or lor a victory ovr the guerrill iu a runnih! ü;ht but he pre..e. Lis victor's wreith the closer, the tign"er t hi-t brow, and weirs it iu honest pride, hen he know and feels tht he won it for dutv fii'hfully done ti many a field ot bittie. holly c i.t--'ei aud w,t j Tiryirg f irtune, in a long and biooly t'ruji;le, atjd cti weir it as an insignium of glorious war, aud of triumph over the cLivaliic Southron, a foetmu worthy of hi? Met I. Ltt the patt bury it dead issues deep in Lethe's oblivious etrennj; iu noble forgiveness let u ignore the ptinlul mt mor es of tt.ed irk years now byone, aLd let us t.iru in thought and he-trt, iu f.t' and tourace, to the piestnt duties pre-sing on u, and look in hope to the prospects of the luture L"et u acquiesce cheer- Itilly iu the restored unioa of tlie?e Sut.'!, nud in ttie present titusot questions now ptttled by the abitrament of w r; let us recognize our iru peratire obliatiohs lo rererentethe Coctitu- tioo of our Government, and 4 obey its laws aud let us bring to the furtherance of our com- mou country'i prosperity, i;a houor and its gjory, the same chivalric devotion that we ave to a ctuse once deir to our hearts, but now ded, buried and lost forever. Let the thought of our own honor still preserved of the coming re active, "ober second thought" of our fellow citizens in the North and Vcst, and of the pi triotiam of an incumbent President be to u. a rainbof of promise upon which we may build a well crounded Lope of a bright, glorious future for Virginia, tie tunny South, and our whole mighty Republic For the ac.ompli?hmer.t ot this end, as men, we should earnestly Kbor, and as Christians, earnestly pray. CSf'The following well written communica tion on Mexico, conforms, in eeutimeut, to those of the better diys of our Republic; but time has wrought a c-h:ge. Where is the money how for ctrrying oo a war with the Austrian Em peror of Mexico? Would it involve a war with European Powers? Will the Kistern bondhold ers allow of a war with Mexico? Are we not helpless? For tbe Indianapolis Daily Herald. Zlvx Ico. Since the cessation cf hostilities, public atten tion has been uiiected to the conuittou of our ms. er Republic of Mexico. This is not so much ou account of any love we entcruiu for the peo ple ot that misgoverned DUiouk but from the tact thai whit guvuumeui it has hid krilofore was. ot a Republican ch trader. Oa accouLt ot her weakness aud internal troubles, we bave as sumed a kind of quasi protictroate over her, which would have oeeu eensibly I tit there auu eltewbcre, had wt not ourselves tecome involved iu simihir, but lr greater d.fliculliea. Lju.a X tpjleou, ever teady to nuJ Jcisa tbe weak, took tadvai.ue ot the iuttru tl troubles ol Mexico, and under iiih pretence of etticg his alleged dues ou a ieOt, invaded the country, drove the natives Irotu their capital, and kit up i monaich, with a lort g.j adventurer at its head. To all mis we tuoiii'.ted lu mlence. At no t. me was a protest tinned by our Uovemmeut against this Usui pall u, lor the lesou that we had just as much oppouiou at home as w e could overcome. TIim rigns of tho times, however, show that our Government is ukmg up to a ense ot its duty. At a lecent tbiL.fi meetiiig, we are iu loiuiel that it ws deieiuiiised to nctily Pratice that no more troops would b permitted to enur Mexico. This, taken in connection with the further ftct thai t ie Jutrez Government, and not Maximilian's, is tho only oLe winch we usve recognized, may mean eoineihing iuporUnt. 15ut suppose .Napoleon does not teed tins warn ing, but replies that this is none of our business, aud continues to reiulorce his army in Mexico to an unli mited extent, whtt will our Ooverument do? Will the Administration declare that the Monroe Doctrine is the rule of this country and ptoceed to enforce it? These are grtve ques tions and require grtut calculation and iuesü gation, before ttiey are answered. " Di-guise it as we m-ty, the people of the Uni ted Suies do not desire to see any more monarch ies established tu this contiueLt. i hey are rt- pURbaut to our It tlinga as a people, and antago nistic to the gtmus ot our democratic institu tions. '1 here is no Roi-cy upou which the Not tu tnd the South would low more heitiiy a tree than the enloicement of the Monroe lifetime. In euppott of euch a cause, uve buudie 1 thou sand volunteers could be raised in three mouths. The aoldier froui Maine and the volunteer Irwua Ttx is would euier as cordully iuto tha coutest as tney did iu our UiCmor-tb.e war with Mexico, twenty years ao, .ui w.t'i the experience which a four years' etrule Lu tivcu tLeoi, who coulJ Jouot the is-ue? We ate aware th tt it is rerded as a funda mental doctrine ol our Governine.it to avoid cl ULling al.i.nces wi n loreuu natioLs, but Mex ico cu acaicely be leardtd a3 sucii. bheisour neighbur, and wim government M.e his h mod eled alter our own, and it duts not i;uire a ery greit stretch ol imiiuuou lo ou.n ua yetrt, il ehe continues under her pitset.t tccentiic luie, when the must become incorporate iu our L-uion. loreover, Lts no rranct heisell ett us the example? When Rus-u attempted to force Turkey to pay her dtbtj, did not France join witn the Musulmau to preserve the ao-cailtd balance of power? Why should we not do like wise? Certainly France could not object bc.ii" estopped by her own actions. There on be doubt that euch intervention would be hailed wi;h delight by the literal and legitimate Government of Mexico." For there is such a Government Maximilian's proc'imntioa to the contrary notwithstanding . 1'remdent Juarez still remain- iu hu Dative Und, Uli re tains his authority over his devoted followers, and eti:l manitiins the remnant ot his armv! Hen as no idea ot leaving, so long as he has any hope whatever ot t-uccea. This proclamation was only issued to cover up a murderous order of tbe self-styled Empror, which is a disgrace to the ae ia which we live, and a loul hbel on humanity. Such an order alone is su2Icient authoritv for interposition by the authorities of the United States. Oar Government bhnuld demmd ol Maximilian and his mister, apo!eoo, a with drawal of that infamous edict, and if tbey reiu?e, it should compel them to do so. We should have no more Cotttz atrocities ia our da, aud especially under our very cose; and tbe sooner the usurping tvrants of Lurope and tbetr mistrable tools understand this, tbe more hoLor to our selves acd tbe greater benefit to humanity. Ry tbe terms of this order, tbe commander of any force wbicü capture a Mexican soldier is cooamanJed to try acd shoot bin. within tweaty four hours Id ether words, tbe black flag is to be unfurled, and no more prisoners are to be taken. Murder for this is Lot warfare is le gal:zsJ by a foreign usurcer, and his mercenary soldiers commtcded to kill all who are fighting for tseir homes acd Lterues, of which he setts to despoil them. Wahioton, Not. 4. A rainy day here ia very like a rainy day elae where, not suggestive of personal comfort, and by no me ins a time for seekiug or finding pleas ure in ordinary channels. A man has do advan tage to lay bold on when caught without an umbrella ou a rainy day. He may assume in difference by walking slowly with uplifted bead, but his drowned hat, his collapsed coat and splashed continuations destroy the illusion; or, on the other band, he may forget his dignity and doutU-quick through it, but then he exhausts himself aud gets wet and splashed all the same, or wore. A lady is equally defenseless, besides presenting more vulnerable points, and being ca pable of much deeper distress. An air of gene ral drcty perrtaes ber figure, from her fhape- lex bonnet, like aa over-ripe fig, down to tbe ruined garments which are usftnentionable, aod the bitumen of her sou! ii only half concealed, or stand confessed. Another aggravation of tbe?e troubles is the cool carelessness of people with umbrellas, or people sheltered wiibia bouses and warmed by getiiil fires, who eeera actually to enjoy your misery, and fea-t upon your humiliation. Even tbe rough countryman, sheltered by bis water proof and stamping along like the gho&t in Don Giovanni, ia apparently pleased to ee you look ing as bid as you do. Yesterday waa an example of this ia Wash ington, lor the clouis wept all day, and in the gloomy, cheerless atmoapbere, the "distances" of which so much has been said, indoor which Wahingtou is esteemed mtgnlficeut, became a doubly weary pilgtimtge lor those whom duty c tiled from pi ice to place. Ilaving le.-s busi ngs tirew hue I kept at Lome all day, and cun be.tr witness to ihtj weriue:s of doing so. The wraiher continues this morning, and a gentleman with treat gravity of aspect his ja.-t informed me tlitt it will Urt at least three months. Washington is very quittly dull at present, it being tlie lull before the Congressional storm which is due about a mouth hence, and for which President Johnson is preparing a message and the heads ('departments their reports. The pardon business remains in statue quo and appli cant accumulate, the notels beiug almost tilled with Southerners, and particularly crowded about the bir-rooms, as they were formerly occupied by Brigadier Generals who are now becoming moderately scarce. These late Confederates are not iu all cases agreeable company for loyal men, even before they receive their pardon, and I re gret to say that there are those among them more bitter afterwards, but still the honorable excep tions are not few. I met a very pleasant gen tleman from Texas, a few day9 since, who seemed actually embarrassed by tbe greetings of bin former friends, aud never mentioned the re bellion without a painful besitaucy and unwil lingness, although be had taken a prominent part ia it. Amusements here are not at ilood tide, either in quality or prosperity, and tbe Washington Theater was closed with an afternoon perform ance, a few days ago, in which tbe last act of a law-suit was performed, wita a ßtrong bill of costs. Tbe b.ll was btrong enoogh to draw all tbe orchestra chairs and other furniture into the trett, and a larce crowd besides, wherein were mingled in strange confusion gentlemen of the legal, of tbe dramatic, and no profession, all of whom wanted to fibt, but didn't know where to oegiu. It was as grand a specimen of concen trated drama as one might care to see; but tbe law was too mighty for the sock and buskin, and the Washington Theater is for rent. Mrs Emily Jordan (nee Tborne) is cow play ing at Grover's. Although her mental 4iets are only ordinary, she is physically a very ittei- ünjr leuule. "Arr ah na Pogue"is berore, but the illusion is imperfect every way, and above all ia respect of dressing the artless Irith maiden much too scantily. The HkRALD haa not yet made its appearance 5n Washiugtou, but is looked for with consider able intcrer. Having a vert pleasant remem brance of avioctntion with the old Sentinel, In the quartets to which its returns, toy wishes for the success ot it successor may be truly said to come from tbe bottom of my heart. W. B. V. End of tlir llrciprocltr Treaty. Telegraphic news from Washington gives of- .6 ci I iutormsiion of notice to tho Untisb Gov ernment that the Reciprocity Treaty is to be ab rogated iu twelve month irom March 17, lfeCo. As this will euect a radical change iu the com mercial relations of tbe people on our lake bore and northern and eastern frontiers, it may be well to give touie account of its provisions. 1 he treatv was negotiated at Washington, in June, lJ-Cil.by StcrUtry Marcv aud the Earl ot Elgin, mi 1 it wis ratihed the following Septem ber. There is a general impression that it re- lite exclusively t the rates of duties on articles passing between the United States and the Brit-i-h Noith American colonies. ' Rut this is not eo. The treaty had its origin in misunderstandings and troubles between the fishermen of our Eastern Slates and those of Nova Scoiis, New loundhttid, Canada aod other proviucea, under the re itv of JSIS, and those matters are covet ed .by us provisions, aa well aa the subject of free trade. Liberty was thereby given to the fishermen of the L uittd States to tike every kind of nab (ex cept shell firb) on the coasts and shores, bays, harbor. and creeks of Ciuada, ew liruuswlck, Nova Scotia, l'r.nce Edward's Island, Lc, with out being restricted to any distance from shore, and with per mi sc ion also to land to cure their bsh and dry their nets. Similar privileges were given to the British fishermen to take anl cure hsh on the eastern coat of tbe United States, orlhoftlio 3Gih degree of north latitude. In both cases tbe privileges were confined to the sea b-htries only. The treaty covered another im portant matter, in the right that were given to American c t'zeus to navigito the Canadian ca nils and tbe river St. Ltwrence on tbe same terms as british utjects, and tbe corresponding rijht giveu to toe Canadians to navigate Lake Mlchu.tU. Uut the DiOM generally known provisions of the tieity, and the ones which gave rise to the most coniroverv, were those which admitted into the Uu.ted States aud tbe Bii'.ieh Provinces, itite'chtt geably, a large number of articles duty free. The free articles are the .'ollowinfi: Grain, flour and breadetu3s of all kinds; ani mals cf all kinds; fresh, smoked and salted meaU; cotton, wool, seeds and vegetables; fruits, dried and Utrdried; fish of all kinds; products of fish and other animals living in the water; poul try and eggs; hides, furs, skins and tail, un dressed; etone or marble in its unwrougbt etate, and slite; butter, cheese and tillow; lard, horns and manure-; ores of metals; coal, pitch, turpen tine, tar and ashes; timber and lumber of all kinds and firewood; plants, shrubs and trees; lelts and wool; fish oil; rice, broom corn and tr;; 2 gyp-um; griad-tones; djestuflj; flu, temp and tow, unmanufactured; uamanulactured tobacco and rags. One article of the treaty stipulated that it should remain in force for ten years, and after that until one or other patty should give twelve months notice of its discontinuance. Tbe ten years expired oa tbe 11th of September, 1?C4, and cow the twelve months notice has been siven by the United States. A Long Votaci in a Ssirr. Mr. Louis Grevier and two companions arrived here day before yesterday, having traveled '2,7 UO miles down tbe Missouri River in a skirl. Tbe went up that frtresm last spring in a steam boat, and the water birj too low to admit of the return of the boat, they concluded to em bark in a skiff and make their way home. They were, on several occasions, fired at by the Indians, oa tbe binks of the river, but re ceived bo itjury, and landed safely at our levee in good beaitb acd excellent p.rits Missouri Democrat. MPReal lightning hasoeea u-ed ia a Loadon theatre, for tbe first time in tbe historv of the rr;e. In a scene in the new play of "Rip Van Winkle,- brilliant fiishes ot UghtaiDjr, ejVtbrowa opoa tbe stage by means of a powerful galvanic battery. NUMBER .10. nembtrw et lite Indiana Legislature. ' SLNATIC. Conrad Paker, Present of the Senate. Allison, James T. JtSeraon. Barker, Jttres Pike. Bevaoa. Othciel Wayne. hefuittf Tbomiaa W. FayeUa and Uaion. Bonham.Wra. A. Karkfortl. liowmaa, John A. Wah!tgton. Bradley, Aumstns Floyd. BrcwB, D. K- Hamiluu. Brown, C. S. Weil. Carton, W. W. Allen. Cason, T, J. Booe. Chapman, Cbas. W. Kosciusko. Cobb, Tnotnaa R. Lawrence. Corbtn, Homer Marbad. Cuden, Wm. A. Rush. Culver, lt. C Tippecanoe. Dan, O. P. Vermillion. Doujcla, A. J. Wbttley. Iowney, A. C. Ohio. Dunninr. P.C. Monroe. Dyke. Kobert LajrTanare. trglish, HUha (. Scott. Finch. G. W. Posey. terry, Samuel 8. Miami ana FulUii. Fuller, B. O Warrick. Gal, Jiacs W.-Tf arlom. Gifford, Tbomu Franklin. Hanna, baylea V. Vigo. Hord, Frauds T. Bartholomew. Hyatt. Wiibam -Ripley. Jetiklna. Henrj Crarlon1. Marshall, J. D- iirant. HcClurg, Leander-C ititon Man, Janie L. Hancock. Milhken, Joseph Moot joinery. Jdoore, üeorgo W. (Jeu. Newlln, J. W . Fountain; ' Nt!ea,Jobn B. Laporte. Noyea, K. B. Steuheo. Oyler, S.P Johnson, keagan. 1 hma P Henry, lüchmcnl, S. P. Howard. Stags Athel CUy. rhon p-on, W. C Marion. Van Buklrk, D. K. Decatar. Vawter, Jimes II Jsnnlni;s. and, lbomaa Randolph. Willi .ms J- D Knox. Woods, A lfred Vi bite. Wright, Kzra Ja.per. IIOCSK OF RF.PRF.5ENTATITES Adams Ph lemon X. Collins. Alien O. Bird, J. T. Phoaff. H trtholoiue U. H. I. Abbett. . . tt-titoa and White Tbos. Atkln?ra. Blackford ami Well Newtoa Butwell. Boone Thoa. M. Stringer. Brown John Kicbard. Carroll John B. Milroy. .... (as Chaa. B. LaM-de. Clark Jona G. Howard. Clay A. C. Veach. CHtdon Crawford B. F. Goodman. Davie Jtoward Crook. Dearborn John G. Stringer, Richard Gregg. D-catur ni. H. Banner. DeKalb Bobt. M. Lockbart. Delaware Alf. Kilgore. Dubois Join Mikie. ' Klkhart Joseph Riford. . Fayett and Cuion Gilbert Trailer. Floyd Cyrus L. Dunham, Fountain II. L. Roach. Fraukltn-It. Osborn. Fulton Stephen Davidson, (iihson John Hargrove. Grant Henry Jam a. Greene JobuM. Humphreys. Hamilton and Tipton VTm. Stivers. Hancock and Sheloy Geo. C. Thatcher. Hancock John H. Wbite, Harriaon John W. Loup. IlaDtiogtonand Whitley John R. Coffroth. Harrison and Wasbington John Lemon. Ilendricka Char lea K. Uocate. Heru-y David W.Chambers. Howard Seytnon T. Montgomery. Jactaon Juud B Brown. Jay Samuel a. Saoaff. Jefferson-D. C. Brinham, John A. Lltion. Jeunioga Ulram Pratber. JobnRou Paacall A Pinney. Knox John B. Patterson. Kosciusko Harvey VV. TJpaon. Lagrange Fraa la p. Griffith. Lake Bartlett Woods. Laporte W. W. IÜKgins, John II. Wills. Lawrence Kobert Byd. Madmon B. E. Croau. Marlon H. C. NewcoiLb, J. JL McVey. Marshall ai.d Stark Lloyd Glazebrook. Monroe Samuel H. Bu.kirk. Jl trtin J.ibn R. O Bnen. Miauir Jona Hoover. Monnxosner) amuel Grecory. Moraran N J. Major. Noblo Phlll p Zt-igler. Otl aDd Swltierl.ud Angtiatus Welch. Oraofre -Tbomaa 11 ant. Owen John 3L Muckey. Parke-Thomas X llics. Perry Harry Lyon. , P'B John W. liic bard on. r" Porter Firman Church. iWy-Eiyah M. Spencer. Putnam A. D. Hamrick. HIirg'.neLaoe. Randolph Thomas W.Kee. Klpley-K.F. Ferris. Rah-D. M. Stewart. Scott Tbotua M. buliivan. Spencer James S. Wrlrfbt. ateuben Stephen G. Sabin. St. Joseph John A. lUnricks. Nullivan S.epbeu G. Burton. Tippecanoe Joseph M. Hsrsbey, J. L. Miller. Vanderburgh Fred. W. Cook. Vermillion B. f.. khoad. Vanderburgh and Posey E. T. SuUlvan. VU F. il. Meredith, J. K. Woodruff. Wabab Jobn U. PeiUt. Warren BeiJ. F. Gregory. Wayne John Sim, William W. Foulke, EUhu Coi. Wabash and KosciuskoCalvin (Vtwilt. Klkhart and Lateran--Michael F. Sbuey. Hendrkka and Boone J oh u F. Burns. Johnson and Morgan K'zra A.Olleman. Newton and Japer Silas Jobason. Pulaaal and Shelby Jamea Harrison. Warrick Lobert Perlgo. Waahlngtou jimlson lee. Republicans marked with a star. INSURANCE. STATCUKXT OV THE AITAIHS OF THE Phcenix Insurance Go,, Brooklyn. Now York. SEPTEMBER 1, 1865. rnpllRil 11,000,000 no Surplus AIHHtO? ASSETS. Binds ird r-nr- t J0,WI 29 Temporary L ans, Kecurtd by Stoca CollateraU.... 179,0C5 CO Fir Ftemiaoi in course of Collection 12,401 ?S Marine and 1 ilr,d P't rcs. In cours of CLection.. t.9.1 S 13 Interest Arcruel ai41 O Pills Receivable l49H.11 44 Real Est aU.... ?,6Xt 4S Cash in Bank and on hand l07,iO ad ab in ban1 of Agenta, and la cours cf trans mission. 27.472 57 United rtato Boada tiS,T 43 etate Houd 00 Kings County Bonds 20.0OJ 00 Union Ferry Co. Stock.... 4.0i 00 Union w bite Lead Co. Bond S.uCO 0 ) Other Securities 15,213 23 LIABILITIES. LOSSES UNSETTLED. Hre tT5 63 Inland S.J37 00 Marina............ 3U,?U3 74 ?423 This Company Lotires against tha Haxarda Fire, Ocean- TIarine and Inla .avas;atlon. JOHN VT. HAMILTON, Agent, nT3-dtf ladianapolis, lad. THE INDIANAPOLIS IXSURAIVCE CO.TIPAY, It now pemaaecUy organlied and readv ta lasne Flra Policies. Capital, $200,000. The Stockholders of this Compaar rarsari nas of our Bto-t rawpoaalbte citueaa. DlltCCTOUS: I. A. FLsrrcaia, 8a. . W, H.Talbott, A. L. ItVucia, I. J. Pace, Aqtola Joasa, OuTiaTocatT, Tsosias A. Mosuua, A. X. Tirroa, WllUAat HSBDEBMI. OSca at nrtaeT.t I tha linklna and W-ir 'r ef-aV of Peanylvania ttrtss aad VirtfnU avtnoa. iTiun fatrvoaftt or tat pawn la soitcltaa. Axix. C. Jaxuos, Secretary. smayi-aiy PROFESSIONAL DONNALLY SYAILOW, rar rs Office e. i and . Ltfen's Itlwck Last yiarket St., nrar lbs P. o. . rocAirircLis. I5D. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT FAIN. VIXerefBlJetiaprerU't'tr to tie Prtf'ca per formed la tbe hm scieLUJe raatter. f rT on gi.arax.teed ta all ca.ea, stm t. a. MUT, a.i.rtBX3a e. s a to. HEKDRICKS, PERKINS i HORD ATTORNEYS AT LAW, IndlmiiipollN, IikIIuem OFFICK JET5A ECaDISa. Jjl-dAa2m. WW. A, LOWS u w. w'cot LOWE & M'COBD, -A.TTOnJTSrö AT LAW, ltm .to. 5 IXIacklortl e Itloek. ee13m I5MAAPOUS, IM'. ROBERT P. )EXCKT M. i physician ai;b Sim aroi;, OFUCR. Sö. Ä, .m!CD fTOST, VATCX I JLT KkSIDk."CK Horih Kwt CcrtfT (f Chfo at4 Delaware streeu. aacI0-.:f DK. " a77 NKLAiV, PHYSICIAN AND SÜHGE0.N FF1CK BO. lO VIRGINIA. VTa CX. 91 SOUTH AlJkBAXA IT. aa ! LIVERY STAPLE. &c, XEW- live: ItV AUD SALE STABLES! roon. t . t.. sikkarr. ' WOOD ä CTERRETT, COURT STREET, If. REAR CF POSTCFFCE, UAVK JCST COMPLKTF.D A L A I Ui K A.MiHiU arrauged l iv,ry and Sa'a Stktl, at.d fu-r.Lel It with the very bs -toi Hock. TVy are also pie; ared to X10VXttI IlOlCrSia.-i, And havics; experienced Ilcler will lnscre t! e test cf atiention. Tba patronage ol t Le r ut lie is olicitrd i t stable I centrally and conveniently l-cate1 v tLe Rear oflalhott and ew' Block and the PutuD.' luniAaaroua, Augud ill, Is'o. j:i.,-f PARTNERSHIP. Copartnership IVoiicc. T'JC Lava thl day associated, with a tn ba.lnes If Mr. JOII.M M. CALDWELL, formerly cf F.. B. Alvui i & Co. The busine. will be contlr n.d under the old f.rm tame, and Ith nr larga capital and increased fanlit:ee kuow w can give ent re atisftjou 10 tie trade. CLOSsLAM. MAG LIKE A CO. Iadlanapolia, Oct. S IstA. ci3-uAwtf Notice of Copartnership. f flllE nw?erlgrjed bave this day formed a e opartrer abip under tba nana of Dunn A Karney, to tarry on tbe buina of Uaa Fitting, Steam Flun g a,a 1'Jun.b iCg busluers. 11 work dona by oa will ba gnaranteci and dona t the lowest ratea. We ask the public to give aa a trial and scllc'.t tbetr patronage. J. C. DüSy. J0U3 KAkXKT. DU11 fe KAU1VKV, GAS &, STEAM FITTERS is PLUMBERS,' 38 and 40 Kentucky Avenue. A Lit SORTS OF FIXTURK8 OX HAND AT ALL 2, times and farnUbed at tbe lowe.i rates, ayi-dtf corAUTAEKMuir. ID AVK associated with myseH In ttc Li'ery. fat at.d Boartfltg Mable Bu.ne Jobn A. Ire,fc I rota this day has brcctne a partner In said LcsSm Tbe bn.lneas of tba litw firm wtll b cufiduttrd a tba Old .taod, No. 10 Eat Pearl atrcvt, lu tba rcarotti. Sentinel KuiMlng. Thanking tba public for past patronage, 1 k.j e tbry may e lit to coutinua tba a.nie. JWilN B. SCUJVAN, of M LUV AN A DKEW. Indianapolis, May 6, 1SG& mjS-dtf THERE IS NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL." MX jzl. aa oc -fx. :ur rfi? COMPOC.ND EXTRACT OF CUIIEI1S AaD COfiMIIM, 18 A BURE, CERTAl!TA!VD fTEEDT CURE FOR Aid. disease of the Bladder, Kidneys and Urinary Orraiif, e.tber In tha Male or Female, frequently perl'fBuliig a Perfect cure la tbe abort space of tLrea r tonr Uaj, ar d always in leu time thao ary other preparation, latlia of TARKAÜT'S COMI"OUND F XTIiACT OF CUliKKU ASDCOPAIBA, Iber. I 1,0 need of contlnement or cbanr of dieu Ia Ita approved form of a paste, it ta er t re iy tasteless, abd cau.es do unpleusajjtsei.satn to tbe -tieat, and Doaipooara. It Is now acknowleged by tbe coast learned In tbe profession tLat In the tve ra.e of dieaae, Cabeb and Copaiba are tba otly t 0 remede, known that caa ba relied upon w ith any rertaiMy of snor. TARRANT'S C0Mr0C5P EXTRACT OP CTBET-S AXD COPAIKA SEVER FAILS. Manofactared only by T A It It A N T A C O . , 278 Greenwich Street, 5ew Terk. jrrSo'.d by Drngglsu all ever tbe WcrM. aprt.-aly REAL ESTATE. &C. FOR SALE. 15 Very Desirable Lots, ON BRADSHAW ST., Within 200 Feet of tho Virginia Avenue Line of Cars. miraE LOTS WILL EC I0I.D AT A VFRT U X Prtce 00 long cred.t, tha puxcbaaer reairad ta I a on each Lot wltbia a gtvea Uui. For parlculars apply at tut cZcs cf tie CtirenO treet kallaray Compaty. B. B.CATRR&WOOIi. Indiasapclia, April 24, ! eprV-dtf PliiIoopbj of Ularriage. flHE PROPRIETORS OFTDE 5EW YORK MUSEUM of Anatomy hava Vtenni&d. regarrlM cf e v- pene, to Ims free, (for Its be&et of (uSer.r ll manity, and ispr res!on of ctiackery,) focr ,f tl!r & j. Interetlr:g aad Icstmctiv. Lectare. on Itarr aracd ita diaqaalilcatlona. Servoa and Physical Lability, T maturt declito cf Maxd.ood,Lic';B'rMic.i!, wealter tr Depression. Impotency, Lo of F.nerry and Fiaxly ov er; tbe great Social Evil, and tbos. ifaladies bUh result frorayotthful foli'.e, excesses f matunty, crlfsoracca f Fbykogy aad laws of 5alore. Thea lnaJaatla Lactaraa hava beea tba neai.s at enlUbtening and av.tg ihoasa&da, aud 111 te forward ed free, n rece'pt of fotr staipa, by addrea:t.g Secre tary, 5ewT ark Miieiis f Anatomy and Med-tt. C19 Broadway, Sew Tara Jafc'-'l -41t COr.lMISSfON MERCHANTS. C F. A A. J. C0MI1ISSI0N MERCHANTS, 70 Croad t aahrllle, Tcnn.. LEA LEES UH FOREIGN AND DOMXmC UQCCES, Ac tyOrdera a::ad aod Consfsrats 8ol'cite4. Poat oacerVntV. fjjfl t-j FOR RENT. . A TWO 8T0BT FRAME HOCSE. C05TAIN1NO KI5E (l)Eooa,l aU coavrn encea, la eice. act r iataad 1 Ua) Soatbaaatar part tba city. Apply 1 JUNEA, H155IDUE A J05 A, arvVOa X. Bale U Kock.