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1 T - DAILY STATE SENTINEL. rcXSlCb AND rVMISUEK TUE KEYtf LHHKEL OFFICE. f OITII TXr.RIPfA! KTItKaTT. ormm vwa rworrir. ElCin, HARKIiESS 2s BINGHAM, Propriffors. Yearly wWr,lr t taiast? ia as; or delivered ty tu eaciiee at U eu per week, payable. aeTnJ-wxmthJy. Smiiaeopteu nverer.ta. 3 psper sett without p-p,-WBt,f eoutinuedlonger traw dai J f"t. ... Cc-we. of tbeDaiir Binnnrn be bad at the ofT.c atx-mir., and tat - Sasmaeu each Weduea-J-y tawruiBr,, beally e rUif, 1-r ma. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, RTIJSHED EVERT VUDSESDAT AT PATAIUI lAaiaJLt I 1M1KI. ICATTJ F -ADVEUTIJIl.nCi. DA JLj 1 n r FA 1 71 SB Hi A Jo VOLUME X. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY MORNING; JANUARY 4, 1862. NUMBER 3,5a: I V, INSURANCE. MEDICAL. 11.J J-1.J 3 1 d 1W 2wJ 3..l lmJ 3 TU. 4ru..j Cm., fro.. 12ra 2 y 4 H m Ml J 9 M m x. i 1.00 1. 1 M 17', 3 04 IM J 00 4 00 5.00 7.00 8&0 9.25 ll.OO 1100 15.00 1.12 1XO 1.S7; a 6i 3 no 3.75 LO 00 T. 1025 13.75 15 00 14.00 30X0 25 00 l-so: 1.00 250 3.(K 3.50! 4.00 & 00 .00 A. AO' 10.00 13X0, ino 31.25; 25 00 35.00 l.M J.50 3.12 3.75 4.37 ft.00 .25 7 LO 10.00 12X0 14.75 24.25 J7.00 30.50 35.50 45.00 2.25' 3(KV 3.75 4X4i 5.2i .W J 50! 11.00 12.00 15.00 20 00 29X0 33 00 37.50 43.50 5S.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 8 00 7.00 8.00 2 62 3X0, 4.37! 5.25 .12 700 8.75 1000 10.50 12.00 14.00 14-00 17X0 20.00 23.Z' 28X0 34.75 40.00 40.00 45.00 45X0 52.50 60.00 57X0 65.00 75.00 m 3-17 4X0 5.G2 6.75 7.S7 00 11.25 13X0 19.00 12X0 20.75 45.00 50.00 67.50 5.00 85.00 M IXSURAXCE COMPANY, of iiAUTroiin, co.w. Capital Enlarged Jan'y 1, 1860. Dil. in i:iiati Cure the moat flhatlnate and Loti); Mandinjr IUrur hj CAPTTAl 1,500,000 00 5ET SL'RrLÜP, (ftrr deducting all liability) I 11 12 30 jETNA building, IBDIANAPOLIS. m u y 3.75 5.00 6.20 7.W 8.75 1000 12X0 15.00 20.00 2i.00 33.00 50.00 55 IK) 82.SJ 70 00 5.00 ADVEttTlMSO VS. TllE WEEKLY. Oi ami are, 011 insertion. two " 1 f.ir " 2 c0 t..u ofrttch Miü"nl mw." -3, Vitru Sern. i!l cbard the full Dollj rtt with we-lilf he Wer kW rtr .i-lrd. Uoiir.rjs Notier. tul.Uh4 in th l'X'! mlomn, Hur or wrnl-r, wCI Ur fbrJ fr ech lnirto fl; lr orrr len Ilnr, trtt rrttfrrlio. Chrjr- U mle fr urrtinj( tbr notkr r the following Ordrr, Hocirtlri n4 AoHli t T,te Dimfit, to brpaid In iWiic Military Omtpaniea. Ordrr f 0H Fel.ow., MaMi.lC Ordrr, hVnevolrnt Siclrtlra und Sinidn? Kooetira. For each n-tc nH eactedin 8 bnr 25 crnta for each lirrtJon; oer eixht linra at thi rtr. Announcing dralht with funeral notice attachrd.fl; wlihoat nolle frre. Marriaire N(icr 5-1 reut. No.. of FetYaI. Ilcuica and Excursions, gotten up )y Ind'.Tfcloiüa or awclÜon or by r.hnrche., at the regular rrAd"rrti-rnjrn1 lea1M and placed nndrr the bead I of f pedal Notice., if ten line r over, will be charged double the n.ual ratea. ., . . AdTertiement making lew tbn three line, lnnrrted oner In the Iaily. will be charged fifty ceita. Yearly adTertier to paeqaartrrly. Announcing caiUaira fr olficwiof erery dewnption to be chargrd at the rate of $1 SO for each nme in the Daily, and t In tha Daily and Weekly, the same to be, in all eaer, paid In advance . Lrgal Wertiarmenta nirrted at the rxprn of the at torneya ordering, and not delayable for the legal proceed Ingbüt eollrctable at oar u.ual time. Publisher not rtwinUblr for the cfTirarycf lrgal drertSsrHientt be yond the amount raargrd for tbrlr publication. ELLER, HARKXE.MALTXCHAM, Proprietor! Indiana State SrntlnrL J. M. TILKORt. IreMent Indlantpolls Journal Company. v 5 -Jri-Jl it, Ii; Mi i i iUp; , -,ij.i2 -.7- Erected 1859 Owned by the Co. SrEv IAI.A .TKNTION filVKNTOTHE INSUUANCK IS of tarm rrorrrtT. dwelling and out-builJmgs. In ure iuch tKiiM:ii(8 or content ta a very favorable man ner, for three or tivr y ar. Lotar I'.qtiltahly Adjiitrd and lromptlf laid In Cath. A1H, lnure trrn, warfbouri, building, or content arid personal prprrty gmrraüy, in town or coinfry, at ratr a low a rnMetit with hazard. taken, and inland Insurance against the peril of navigation. WM. IIKNI'KItSON, Agent, liiiinx)lii, Indiana. Application cn be made to D. W. (irubla, who i fully aathorized to tranact all buMüeK contircted with the Ag-nry. fang 1,'61-dbi WM F.NDEKSOS i n t wmmml Ii n Ii REAL ESTATE ACENTS. Real Estate Agents, Fouth-weit cotce r WUiii)gton and Meridian t., IXMA5AI-0U?, 1XMAXA. W0XDPRFUL RESULTS IN THIS CTTT AXD VI Clm. Mi.a Hoahour, 1Ue of female -trm, with rura!g1a, 21t (-hyvician in attenrtance; Mr. Brewster, ftronrhial Consumption; Jlra. Kunnion, Mrs. Spann, Mra. Todd and other, complicated female disease, several yers tan.l.ng; Mr. Brady, Hancock county, d i eaeof the blad-ler and kidney, etc., etc. Are you af fi:cted? "A word to the wte .urncient," Persons dejrtrou of knowing more of Ir. Bumhani anl his skill are referred to the following well known citixeas: Irof. S. K. Hobonr; Ir. C. Frink; A. D. Streight, Eq.; Rev. M. G. Clark; Js. C. Tohn, Esq.; A. R. Hyde, Esq.; L. W. Mose; W. M. Wheatley, Esq. Office Yohn's Block, orth Meridian strret. Letter will recrive prompt attention. A.Mrrs DR. N. O. HüßNHAM, fehl a lndinjoits Indiana BITTERS. NOTICES. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. iiajki:kv. II ARM SONS' BANK. Ho. 1 at Waahlngton trael oppslt tba Se utiuel 0ce. my livciiv tahi-i:s. LLEX t HTNSLET, Llvrry and gala SUblea, in the rear of tbe Talmrr House. June5-dly roi:Ditii:s. I DAVIS & C0 UnJon Foundry, Delaware treet,op . poaite Union Depot. AUSKLMAX V1NT0X, Waahington Foundry and Machine Work, east nd Union Depot. my29 II It FA I. ESTATK AGKXTS. IVI CKER5AN 4 FIERCE, Ilral Estate Agenta and Brokers, IPS E Waahington treet. JM. T. MUS.?, Rral Etate Agmt and Stock Bro- arr, 10j t.asi umiupkuibhptv. HOOT AM) SUOV. DCALF.I. II C. MATHEW A CO., Wholesale deler In IWts, Shoes, and Robbe, No. 4 Robert' Kock, opposite tb Union Depot, Indianapolis Iiid. ep4 VDAM K50DLE & 50N, manufarfurers and dealer in all kind of Boot and Shoes, Xo. 32 Eaet Wa.h ogton strret. apr27 HO K HA II ST A T I O iE It V BOW EN, STEWART A CO., wholele and retail deal ers In Bwk and Stationery, and lrinter' Materials, No. 11 West Washington street. aprT8 DiVi G' a'id .'ii:iici.ti:N. WII-ET M. LOWRT, DRU(11I5T. Dealer In Tugs, Cbemic.Js Pwnts. thj, lretuff, IW.nic, Patent and I'thrr Mrdxlnea, NUns and iVrfumery No. 49 Maj sachcrtt avenue, InlianapoU. novM-ly. FIIOMIJNSON A COX. dealers Jn Dmgs, Medicines I ratnts, OiU, niasa, Ttrfumery, Fancy (ils, Ac, No. IS Kaat WashiiifftoD treet, lDlianajolis. mayl9 "fc BROWNING. Imggi!t. and dealer In Paints, Oils, 1 ,i Varnishes, Ihe-sta1sG!ass,fiUiaarc,l'erfumfT7t Ac No. 22. Wrt wn!iigton street. apr-T dry ;oons. MKT An. CIJ-.NN A CO., New York Store, Dry W . Oo0hleal and Retail, tllenna IUKk, East I ahmton stn-et. tnaya STOVI'.S AMD TIN WAUK. I H ARLES COX. dealer in Stoves, Tin Ware, Ac, No. 11 WM Wa.huitoii trt. aprXJ HOOK niMi:its. United Main of America, Hiatrlrt of Indiana SS: WNBRKaa,a lilel of infonnation has been filed in theDiKtrict Cmrt of the United States, within aud for th Seventh Circuit and lhtrct of Iiidiam.on the 4th day of December, lfl, y John Mauna, Eq , Aftorner of the United Mate of America, for said DiMrict of lndiaria, against four böses of merchandise, three boxes of boots and hoes, and two bundles of Jrans, eized at En rille for a rioratfti of the law of the United States, the said xx!j and merchandise leine, contraband of wr, and praying prores against said good, and that the same may be coikIc uined and aoltl a article. contrabaiMl of war. Now, therefore. In pursuance of the monition under the ae of haid Court tonvj directed and delivered, I do hereby give public notice to all persons claiming said goods, or any part thereof, or in any manner interested therein, that they be and appear before the said, the District Court of the United States, to be held at the city of Indianapolis, In and for the District of Indiana, on the lath December Instant, at 10 o'clock of the forenoon of that dy, then and tbere to interpose their claims and make their allegation in that behalf. D. 0. ROE, U. S. Marshal, Ter Liwu Joaoaa Deputy. Jon II. Raa, Clerk. Dated December 5, 161. drc6-dl5t TT'ITF:I) STATES OF AMERICA, DISTRICT OF IN lj DI NA, SS: HHraras, a libel of information hath been filed in the District Court of the United within and for the Seventh Circuit and District of Indiana, on the 4th day of Decem ber, 1S1, by John !tnna, E , Attornry of the United States for .tid Dtrict of Indiana, against three boxe of merchandise, and two bale of merchandise, seized at Kvangville, for a violation of the I aw s of the United Mates, th said good and merchandise being contraband of war, and prying process azairi-t s-aid goods, and that the same may be condemned and eold as article Cortraband of war. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the monition under the seal of aaid Court, to me directed aud delivi red, I do hreby give public notke to all persons claiming said goods, or any part thereof, or in any manner interested therein, that they be and appear before the fcaid Diirict Court of the United States, to be held at the city of In dianapolis in awl for the District of Indiana, on the 18th day of December next, at ten o'clock of the forenoon of i hat dar, then and there to interpose their claims, and to make their allegations in that behalf. D. r,. ROSE, U. S. Mshal, l'er La wis Jobims, Deputy. Jon H. Raa, Clerk. Dated December 5, 11. dec-dl5t UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, DISTRICT OF IN DIANA, SS: . WHcaras A libel of information has been filed in the Ditrict Court of the United States, within ami for the Seventh Circuit .nd lHtrirt of Indiana, on the 20th day of November. 1N61, by John Hanns Esq., Attorney for the United Mates for said District of Indiana, against four nue, seized at EvansvlHe for a violation of the Inws of the United States the mid good and merchandise leln? contraband of war, au1 praying prece. acaint said gool, and that the same may le cotidemnra and old as articles contrsl-and of war. Now, therefore, m pursuance of the monition under the seal of vd Court, to me directed and delivered, I do hereby give public notice to all jerons claiming said gooi, or any pari thereof, or iu any manner interested tlurein, that they be and appear before thr saiJ, the Iis trict Court of thr United States, to be held at the city of Indianapolis in aDd fir the IWtri-t of Indiana, on the 9th day of Iecenibr n-x, at 10 o'clock of the forenoon of that day, then and th'-rr to !nterpoe- their claims and make their allegations in that behalf. D. (.. KOSE, U. S. Marshal. Ir Ijcw i Jvijxs, Ivputy. John II. lira. Clerk. Dated November 21, 161. novC2-dlSt SPECTACLES, &C. ßINC.IIAM A DOUGHTY, TWk Bilers atid Blank Book Manufacturers, Sentinel Building, Indianapolis, nOUt.LAS A TALVFR. Book Rinder nd Blank IVn.k Manufacturers No. 36), East Washington street, ovtr Aiford, Mills A Co' (irocery. my7 iuAf ulavh am m i:i:nvaui:. HAWTHORN A BUCHANAN, Imjortrs of Chiua, Gla and Queensware, No. S3 Ea.st Washington st, Indianapolis labana. dly ?ii:hciiamt TAH. ous. I lliV.DFRICK CtKlTER, Merchant Tailor, and dealer ' In reiy made clothing and furnishing goods. No. 21 birt Wabicgln street, opposite Sentinel oltice. tayZ9 To Officers of the Army. JUST RV.CFIVED A SM.ENIHD ASSORTMENT OF its.tssi:s. For fieM, j ortr.biUty rl rxiwcr they ?uperct!e all other. Kur salebr SKM HONS, Optician. SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, &C. attoik.m:ys. KILRT KKKCtUSOX, Attorney and Counselor at Law. ; Tay cash fif r proved Jadgturnt and mortgages ajiMi n t''Utr. loans, n..te. Ac. Office, 24 Et ah- ttifton street, up-.t ;rs ecwnl Cxyr to the right hand, op- ! posit Ctlcnn's Bbik. cctS j IO EPH E. McIH)NALD A ADDISON L. ROACH E, ; Attorneys and CuuuMelors at Law, .Ktna Insurance Cotnpanj Building, second flor, rrnnsrUania street. Jel dly 1 SALOONS. Astor Saloon, rFS.VMI.VAMA STRl'tT, et ! r I. the Xtnn Rnlldlng. f1J?r rNPFRSH.NED HAVE org NED THE PO F. I SpJendnl St-w, wherr tfcey kep enuetantlr on kant tbe sry be!t tne od Ijqujrs Ac. Lunch every mm-a' t nine oVWk. nrtlUm FET A RETNMAN. Of the rre.itest transparent power, cf new im provement properly adjusted to tbe cx e. Onlers from the country, wi;h particulars, promptly atter!el to. Repairing neat It Jone wit'n dispttch. SKMM0XS. Optician. oct' '. '2.1, South Illinois street. C 0 M MI S S 1 0 IM ME R C HA NTS 7 .TKSSK JOHNSON, General Commission Merchant, An Dealer ih Flour Grain and nil kind f 4 on tit ry I'rndure. Wines and LiqttorClnrTobnrrOf Ar. OI HCE AND WAI1FHOUSE.237 SOUTH SECOND ST., riiiLAnr.Li'iiiA. Advnnres made on CensiftiinrnH. au2Jly BOOK CINDERS. TOM S CAVPRELL. M. W. BOTLES RAILROADS. j - K X T . 1 777 rT zrrrrrr: m-L-T-rr- rrv"r-:T-: ; A LL r-EUSONS 1TKCHASINO TICKETS 0R ST. B JJ j JY JlV.FH and other points in Northern MUaourt. the J JJ J CI 5 ZT S Kaunas or the Ternwrie, hmld m:t on hit- CAMPBELL & BOYLES, (Smtrjmora t CaiupSe!! A hr AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 0. tt EAST WASHINGTON ST., nd.-fi Eat t'f (ileun' F.'uck, Uj--.r, Ithtiaiia; i. -t Ii!;o. trr OUril .Til NM) I 111 IIA1I.KOAI), The rSl rmite fruia St. Lcoi to SuJeph. It i the 1 . jrtet ajid quicken Iu.e, by thirteen hw:rt, to the re bHtet (Mftnt reahel by ra.1, and It a!av a che.p as any ether. Ituy your Ticket to Kaaa .ixi ail point, it. vrthern atiMvur) by the NTth Minri Ka'lroa.i. 15 A AC H. STUKGEON. J're.'t and ieil Suj-t. Norta Vltnrl K. R HFNKT II. SIVVONS, Ake.t HlT-dlj TJ S 12 THE Old SACHEM BITTERS IT IS THE FINEST AND BEST S 1 It I N 11 KDICIIVE KNOWN. IT I A!M CNEUf'AI.LED Purifier and Regulator oflhc Blood It is a netightrul Tonic. Try it and it will do you Good. FOR SAT.T) IICJSCIIIIA1'IT A: IlAfS, And bj Grocer, Wine Merchant and Druw generally. Wat. GOODRICH. New Haven. Ct., Proprietor. Principal Depot, 14 Water etreet, ". Y. dec30-'80-dAwl PIANOS. IP 1 -A. 1ST O FORTES. mm 7E II AVE ON HAND A NUMBER OF FIRS ' . . ... v . i 11 ii . r Uias i iinw,. uicu we win pen at ci ht caa WILLI ARD A STOWELU oetl No. 4 Bate Houae. MUSIC. PIANOS ! PIANOS! ith Ea tern Puno jf '7 TTXfi are nrb that I can f t-i'-JÄ f I J der '25 per cent, t CUTFArEIl AND BETTER IN- STRUM ENI S than were ever o"ered in this market. Mr ar-v ransement w manuf.icturen' are inrnisn all orders lo r cheajer than any dealer in the Wet, and I warrant them Miperlor in.otrumentr(. Oiilv for cah. Call and nee at Mrrs W H. Talbott A Co'gjewclrj Store, No. 24 Washington street. riANOS, MELODEONS, ORGANS, filTTAR.", VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS, Ac, TUNED AN D KEPAIRED. Havinff had over tw-enty year.' esperience tbe public can be anred thst they now have a better opportunity th.in they generally meet with to have th'ir instrunint put in perfect order. II . SCIIONACKER. July31-Ily '61 ITOR TRADE. hare several tract cf improved anrt ur.itaprt)Ted Und la Decatur arid Ripley coun- tie.. IxKliaoa. for eachan? for rity property. Also, a well improved and productive tract iu Sullivan county, lad. act, for eichange for city property cr other food trade. A o, 120 ac ,40 under fence, with frame houae, Ac, 1 M tnile frcm Kent, Newton county, Id1. FOR SALE. Sever! good improved farms In Marlen county, Indiana. Ala, some choice building lot in the N'Tib part of th ciiy, at very low price. Among them, the beautiful lot of J. W. Yandes, corner of Pennavlvania and Vermont ttreeu. FOR RENT. Several (rood room frontin: on Wh Injrton utreet. in second, third, and fourth storif in goA buildings arxi in food kcatiotk. Sme of these rooms are in the Blake r.tiilcJlnjr rent very The furth ory point room I very well cal- cuiated for any light manufacturing boineKi Ajplytw SPANN A IßVE, Real Ftte Agent. RENOVATERS, Paris Dyc-House. The Oldest Establishment rilHE UNDERSIGNED BEOS MOST RESPECTFULLY 1 to lif"nii the citiien of lnlianapoIi and the sur rounding country, that he fct to be found at bis old jtand. No. 19 South Meridian trret, a few doors souih of the Pot Office. Thankful to the ladies and gents for the liberal support be ha received for the Uht five year, hoping for a con tinuance of the same to icree his buineu, having more accommodation In hi new premise, with the hpe tojtive satisfaction as h. has always tried to do. Dcing well experience! in all the branches of his business he feel confident that all work entrusted to his care will be done by experienced workmen from Pari. Work done cheap and warranted. Ladie' a.itia and woolen tJresne end ahawl cleaned and dyed in all fancy fbade. Crap nhawls dyed a beautiful scarUtorcriroson. and bl .irbed. Genta oiled clothing cleaned, dyed, re paired and pressed, to look as well as new. on short no tice. Greae, tar or paint taken out, without irjury to the cloth. Second-hand clothes bought and fold. Country order promptly attended to. N. B. Don't make a mistake; no connection with any other hMim of the ame kind or name in the city. octlS 6m E. HARRIS. ESTAULISIIMEM JOSEPH HARRIS WOULD RESPECTFULLY AN N0UNCE to his friend that he may still be found at hin old stand. No. 38 South Illinois street, Indianapolis, Indiana, where he is prepared to renovate old clothing to look a well as new, at short notice and on reajonable terms. Also, particular attention paid to fine Drawing and Dveing. New and Second-hand Clothing bought and old. Billiard-tablecloths fine drawn. N. B. This Is the ollest establishment in the city, hav ing been established since 1853. Orders from the coun try promptly attended to. Jan23'60dly AMERICAN CEMENT CLUE. Something tor the Time. A NECESSITY INJVERY HOUSEHOLD! Johns & Crosley's AMERICAN CEMEXT GLUE, THE STRONGEST GLUE IN THE WORLD For Cementing Wood Ieatlier, (;iaf Ivory, China, .Marble, Porcelain, Alabaster, Hone, Coral, Vc. THE ONLY ARTICLE OF THE KIND EVER PRODUCED WHICH WILL WITHSTAND WATER. i.xtjcacts: "Every housekeeper should have a supply of John A Crosley's American Cement Glue." X. . Time. "It I so con venit nt to have in the house." Xeie York Zyre. "It is always ready; this commends it to everybody." X. Y. JudtTtrdt nt. "W have tried it, and find it a ueful in our houses as water." II Uie't $iirii o the Time. Price 25 cts. per Bottle. VERY SEWINC MACHINES. Tin: ccij:riiatkd FRANKLIN AND KEYSTONE STATE SEWING MACHINES. Price ?? lO aitti UpwardN. Every .Machine Fully Warranted IT is now decided by the best Machine and the public generally, that these Machine embrace the latoM and mojt important improvement ever attached to Sewing Machines: Hie ."Net- Improved .Xever-t-'ail inst l.ooper, und ICeveme Wlieel. The Frauabn and Keystone State are the only Machine that have thce important improvement, which now Rive them the preference over all other.. Every one h"uM examine snd thoroughly tet theni before making their e lectiun, a they are rapidly taking the place of all others. In thee Machine, we do aay with all the complicated Scaaw. V IRE. SHrm.i, 1'ioasi.xs, Caooaao and Ciacr i.ab NrtPt.r.s, of other machine-", which render them at once f reatly .-uperior to any heretofore oiTVred the pub lic, for the many different kind of family and manufac turer purpose. Tbeve Machines make the double-lock, fast stitch a stitch that i'.l not rip or ravel, though every fourth on be cut. Thi Mitch i trotiiter and more elastic than tha made by hand. It is decided by competent Judges to be more than twice as t.tring as the stitch made with shultle and bobbins. The great room under the arm rendera them desirable for targe work, and rarious kind cf quilting pur)!ie. Thee Machines make the only stitch with which you Can embroider. On thre Machine yon can use any khid of spool silk, cotton or Iiaen thread. These MacLinrs are a!aiot noi.cle in ojeratioa. he ur to ee them befTe purchaning. a they aregiv inc a satisfaction heretofore unparnlleled. They r from two pools without rewilir.g. The? will oathc, run, Tt ck. rru. a:d ilt, on heavy or lijrht faWrk-a. A bheral Uiount to the Clergy, Agetii and charitable object. Send for a circular and samnle of work. We are aW A trnitu f.r Ht.AKK JOHNSON'S A T JlTAhLK HKMjftK the ocly one that make the Hem ot! the right side of ti e work. AGENTS W ANTED in every Cout.ty, Town and State in tüe North-west. Drafts, with orders frr Machire. mty !e forwarded by Epre or Mail. LIBERAL REDUCTIONS TO WHOLESALE DEALERS. rJC HZ Hi HIT N H. . gy For sale by all Druff(fit aud Storekeeper gen erally throughout the country. JOIIIVS fc CKOSLKY, (-IJJ JtAJffrACTt FtR.s,) 7 8 William Street, Corner of Liberty street, N. Y'. July8-dly '61 TEA DEALERS. T E S ! FRESH ARRIVAL OF SITOI0R NEW CROP TEA?, At No. 14, Itntea House, Illinois.!., INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 300 O JL av arS BOIF.S PEARL LEAVED GUN POWDER; 50 Chests Superior Imperial; 50 " Toung Hvsoa. uewcrop; 75 " BJack and Fancy Black Tea. We are now preparedsnd will sell the best equalities Tea at wholesale and retail,! owcr 30 per cent. thsr. any J other house in the city LUDDF.N A LEE decWo-dly. MEDICAL .YOTICE TO TUE I1IiIES. D R.DACIF.R'S FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. E- RICHARDS Oc COn I'rfuiftl A;ei for P!ivt, In-tütnit, .VicA'jin, (, tti, .Viais!., H"i.v4t i anJ X"uri. Offtee, I3J Iske Street -street Floor, CHICAno, ILLINOIS, roar Orriri Bx.S JylSdAwm No article of medicine intended for the ecluive u-e of Females, that ha ter made its appearance, has met wi;b iuch nmrerial iuccets ti these I Ce ebratert Pill. Nodieaiet so little understood, and consequently o bit!y treated, a FemJe diseases. These P.U are tbe re nit cf nnch study and cartful experience in all varieties of female compla-.LU; and in case cf JEsjs?j-aaaaB mmm-M. w. ft r- Suppressions, Leuchorrea or Wh:tes tntlamx&ttion of the bla-ider, kidney and womb, and los of nervou energy, their ns I. bör all prai. CAUTION- -Marred Lad;, m certain iituatjon. khould set use then, for rtaactu, see direction witb each box. Price, Ona Dollar pr box. Sent by mail ta a.cy part of the world. Prepared and cid eiclair!y by DR. EWING, Ko.H Virpnia Arens, aprS-dAwly 61 Indianapolis. Indiana. REAL ESTATE. R- J". QATT .TTTGPS REAL ESTATE AGENCY,; t. 3 IILAIKF KIS 111 ILDI.XU, UNDERTAKERS. DRUMS. Kilbournc' Drums, ATN0.4BATESH0USE. a gi WII l.RD A TIIWFLL. K- . ' p da. . , i i i i J W .- DAILY SENTEVEL INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD TIME TABLE. scixanTAiK aaujtoa. Trm Le. Trams Arrive. 7 CO A. M Mall & 45 P. M. 45 P. M &5 A. M. 1:30 V. M isfta.sa rtsraiL railwat. Train Leave. Trains Arrive. 6:1: A. M 40 V. 31. 11.45 P. M Hail 1.05 r 31. 7:IS P. ii 10:4 A. M. iKi'iAMarous ad con war a showt im, via iarroa. Train Leave. Train Arrive. 6.15 A. M 9 40 P. M. 11:45 A. M 2.)5 P. V. 7:15 I'. M Kr0A. M. miAarpus ad acisnATi kaiuioap. Train Ieave. Train Arrive 6:0O A. M 11 OO A. M. 11 35 A. M M5 P. M. 7:10 P. M 9 45 P. 11. Tcaaa bait a tiuaciD. Trains Leave. Train Arrlt e. IS - 5r0 A M 11 33 A. M. 7.-00 P. at. Tra.'ns Arrive. 4 45 A. M. 10-10 A. M. 6:00 P. 31. I 1 1 at A 5 210 P. M 10-15 P. U LAFAYITTX SAiLKOAD Trains Jifave. 715 A. 11 11:15 A. M 9:55 P. M rtac ASDixniAXArouaaAO-aoAD. Train liCave. Trains Arrive 1J.30 P. M Mail 11 JO A.M. 10:10 P. M Chicago Express 3:17 P. M. MADISOS Al IXDIASArOUS aAILSOAD. Train Ieave. Trains Arrive. 70 A. M Mail 10:45 A. M 6:25 P. M. JRrrCfcMOKVIU.K SAILSOAD. Train Arrive. Mall 6:00 A. M. 8:20 P. M. 12:30 P. M. Trains Leave. &4.p A.M... S:) P. M Arrival and Ieparture, or Closing of Jlails. A IV Madison mail , Cincinnati and way mail Jeffersonville and IouUville. Terrs Haute way mail Peru mail Central way mail , Terre M ante through mail. ... Iafayette and Chicajro Bellefontaine wsy mail . . .. Hfl'.efontaine throurh nail . Central through mad Cincinnati through mail Springeld,Illinois iU. i i 4 ...11:05 ..11:00 ... 8:10 ...ll-'k) ...luo ,...10:40 ...10:15 ... 6.30 ... 9:00 ... 9:00 ... 9:o5 ....10:00 ...11:00 DKPABTl'SBS. Jfail CZoae. JerTersonville and Louisville mail 6:00 a. m. Terre Haute through mail, St. Louis, Cairo.... 7:30 r. at. Lafayette and Chicago 10:15 a. m. Lafayette City and Springfield, Illinois 7:30 r. at. Madisou mai'. 11:20 a. at. Central way mail. . . ....10:30 A. M. Y"a M S0LTU MEUDIAN STEERT, INDIANAP i OUS, i prepared to furni-b MeuUc Csmp nd Caeta of every ixe, acd ha been app. luted hy tbe B-'ard of County C fna.iViuet to f jm;ih cr JT.n for the Ir. t.tt2i)-dA lii Central throngb mail and asblngtonuity.. .. 6.50 r. at. Cincinnati and way mail 10:30 a. at. Through msil 6:30 r. at. Terre Haute war, Eransville and Vlucennes.... 1:10 r. at. Peru ". 12 00 si. Bellefontaine war and through 7:30 r. at. Indiana Iteglments. The following a & list ot the regiments now in the field und in course of formation, in this State: Sixth Regiment Thomas T. Crittenden, Col onel, Nolinville, Kentucky. Seventh Regiment Colonel Gavin, Spring field, Virginia. Eighth Regiment William P. Benton, Col onel, Missouri. Ninth Regiment Colonel Moody, Hutton ville, Va. Tenth Regiment Mahlon D. Manson, Colonel, New Hren. Ky. Eleventh Regiment George F. Mitginnis, Colonel, Paducah, Ky. Twelfth Regiment lVm. II. Linck, Colonel, SharnsbuTg, Md. Thirteenth Regiment Jeremiah Sullivan, Colonel, Jtomney, Va. Fourteenth Regiment Nathan Kimball, Col onel, Romner, Va. Fifteenth Regiment George D. Wagner, Col onel, New Haven, Ky. Sixteenth Regiment Pleasant A. Hackletnan, Colonel, Frederickstown, Md. Seventeenth Resiment Milo S. Hascall Colo nel, New Haven Ky. Eighteenth Regiment Thos. Patterson Colo nel, Missouri Nineteenth Regiment Solomon Meredith Colonel, Washington, D. C. Twentieth Regiment William L. Brown Colonel, Fortress Monroe, Va. Twenty-firift Regiment James W. McMillan Colonel, Baltimore, Md. Twenty -second Regiment Hendricks.Colonel, Missouri. Twenty third Regiment Wm. C. Sanderson Colonel, Paducah, Ky. Twenty fourth Regiment Alvin P. Hovey Colonel, Mis?ouri. Twcnty-tifth Regiment James C. Veach Colo re!, Missouri. Twenty-sixth Regiment Wheatley, Colonel, Missouri. Twenty seventh Regiment Silas Colp-ove Colonel, Darutown, Md. Twenty eight Regiment Cavalry, Conrad Ba ket, Iroutoti, Mo. Twenty ninth Regiment John F. Miller, Colonel, Nolinville, Ky. Thirtieth Regiment Sion S- Bass Colonel, Nolinville, Kv. Thirty-first Regiment Charlcä Cruft Colonel, Calhoun, Ky. Thirty-tccond Regiment First German Regi ment Augustus Willich Colonel, Green River, Kentucky. Thirty-third Regiment John Coburn.Colonel, Crab Orchitd, Kentucky. Thirty-fourth Regiment Asbury Steele, Col- onel, Louisville, Ky. Thirty filth Regiment Irish John C.Walker, Colonel, Louisville, Ky. Thirtj-jtixth Regiment William Grose, Col onel, New Haven, Kentucky. Thirty-fevcnth Regiment George W. Hazard, Colonel, Llizabethtown. Kv. Thirty eighth Regiment Benj. F. Scribner, Colonel, Nolinville, Ky. Thirty-ninth Regiment Thomas J. Harrison, Colonel, Nolinville, Ky. Fortieth Regiment -Wm. C. Wilson, Colonel, Louisville, Ky. Forty first Regiment (cavalry) John A. Bridgland, Colonel, Louisville, Ky. Forty-ecoud Regiment James G. Jones, Col onel, Henderson, Ky. Forty-third Regiment George K.Steele, Col onel, Evansville. Forty-fourth Regiment Hugh B. Reed, Col onel, Fort Wayne, lud. Forty fifth Regiment (cavalry) Scott Carter, Colonel, Washington City, D. C. Forty-sixth Regiment Graham N. Fitch, Col onel, Bardstown, Ky. Forty -seventh Regiment Jas. R. Slack, Col onel. IndiHnnjKjlis. Forty-eighth Regiment Col. Eddy, Goshen, Indiana. Forty ninth Regiment Jeffersonville, Colonel not et appointed. Fiftieth Ke-itnentCyrui L. Dunham, Col onel. relfunl. Fifty-first Regiment Mechanics A. D. Streicht, Colonel. Bartlstown, Ky. Fittv-!econd Regiment Wm. C. Reynold, Colonel, KushriRe. Fifty third Regiment Indianapolis, Colonel W. Q.'Gresham. Filtv fourth Regiment Rev. J. L. Smith, Col onel, Lafayette. Fifty-fifth Regiment, (Second German) Colonel John A. Mansfield, Eranavillc. Fifty-sixth Regiment Railroad, Indianapolis, Colonel James M. Smith. Fiftv-seventh Regiment Richmond, Colonel McMulltn. Fifty-eighth Regiment Princeton , Colonel Cirr. Fifty ninth Regiment Goport, Jese J. Alex ader, tolor-el. Sixtieth Regiment Dr. Richard Owen, Col onel. Evansville. Sixty-6rt Regiment2nd Irish Colonel MullenMadison. Sixty second Regiment Rock port Colonel not yet ai pointed. CAVALBT. Captain Bracken' Compny Western Vir ginia PostotUce addres. Beverley. Captain Steart'f Corapuny Western Vir gini Portoffic address. Weaton. LNptain tiranam s lompAny e?t Point, Kenturkt. Captain Moreau'a Company New Haven Ky. -ih Regiment Col. Baker 1ft cavalry Ironton, Missouri. Forty fifth Regiment Colonel Carter 3d cavalrv Washington City. Ira llarri four companies of Indiana cavalry are at Mutton's Hill, Virginia Postomce ai dresi, Washington City. AKTILttAT. Captiia Rabb'a Battery, Missouri. Captain Frjbarger'a Baltery, Misbouri. Captain KUuVg Battery, Miouri. Captain Sturm's Battery Henderson. Ky. Captain Bush's Battery Louisville, Ky. Captain Simonaoti'f Battery, Louisville, Ky. Captain Pehr'a Battery, Calhoun, Ky. CapUiu Harris's Battery, Loulvil!e, Ky. Army Iajr Xlll. The following statement, taken from official sources, will show the army pay roll. In the fir? t column will be found the nett salary j-er month and iu the second the total salary per mouth, which IucluJes rations, servant hire, forage, Ac. OlXtRAL OJMCISS. Per nu'Mh. Total. Lieutenant General $iT0$7;S 00 Aid-de-Camp and Military SecrcU- tary to Lieutenant General, each 80 Major General SiJO Senior Akl-de-Camp to General-in-Chief eo Aid de Camp, in addition to pay, etc., ol Lieutenant 521 Brigadier General 121 Aid de-Camp, in addition to pav, etc., of Lieutenant .". 00 TJ 00 195 00 477 00 lc9 00 00 APJITANT GKNTttALS II TARTM t'T. Adjutant General Colonel 110 237 00 Assistant Adjutant General Lieut. Colonel 95 Assistant Adjutant General Major K) " Capt'n 70 Judge Advocate Major H) IXSrKCTOR GENEBAL'it PtPAETME! T. Inspector General Colonel 110 237 SIGNAL DITARTMLNT. Signal officer Major M) QU ABThRM ASTKR'k ptl'lKTVENT. Quartcrmntttcr General Brigtdier General 1121 Assistant Quartermaster General Colonel 110 Deputy Quartermaster (ieneral Lieutenant Colonel Quartermaster Major 80 Assistant Quartermaster Cantain 70 KfBSISTEXCE PErARTMl.NT. Commissary General of Subsistence Colonel 110 Assistant Commissary General of Subsistence Lieutenant Colonel 95 Com misMrv of Subsistence Major bO Assistant Commissary of Subsist ence Captain 70 138 50 Assistant Commissary of bubbist- ence, in addition to pay, etc., of Lieutenant 20 11 00 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. Surgeon General $2,740 per an num Surgeons often years' service 60 Surgeons of less th.in ten years service 70 Assistant Surgeons often years' ser vice 70 Assistant Surgeons of five years' service 70 Assistant Surgeons of less than five 213 00 li-0 00 i:w 50 lbU oo oo 1! 00 3. 50 237 00 213 0t) m 00 138 50 237 00 213 00 ltU 00 223 33 i in years' service 5333 PAT DEPARTMENT. Paymaster General $2,740 per an- 174 50 174 50 138 50 121 83 num. Deputy Paymaster General 95 Paymaster rX) 229 83 213 00 183 00 10 10 50 10 2 00 orrictsa or the corps or engineers, corps or TOPOGRArUICAL ENGINEERS AND ORDXANCE DE PARTMEXT. Colonel 110 237 00 Lieutenant Colonel 95 213 00 Major 80 1K 00 Captain 70 138 50 First Lieutenant 5333 121 83 Second Lieutcnnnt 5333 121 83 Brevet Second Lieutenant 5333 121 83 orrictks or moimed irauoo.s, cavalry, rifle Xty .D L1GUT ART1LLLRT. Colonel 110 237 00 Lieutenant Colonel 95 213 00 Major bO 189 00 Capuin 70 146 50 First Lieutenant 53 129 63- Second Lieutenant 53 129 63 Brevet Second Lieutenant 53 123 83 Adjutant, and Regimental Quarter- termastcr, in addition to pay of Lieutenant 10 10 00 orricEus or artillery axd iaxtrt. Colonel 95 222 00 Lieutenant Colonel 80 198 00 Major 70 173 00 Capuin 60 120 50 First Lieutenant 50 110 50 Second Lieutenant 45 105 50 Brevet Second Lieutenant 45 105 50 Adjutant, iu addition to pay, etc., of Lii-uU-nant Regimental Quartermaster, in ad dition to pay, etc.. of Lieutenant In the above we have not inserted the frac tional parts of dollars, for convenience sake, in this matter of but little importance. BELOW THE GBALE OF LIEUTENANT. The first column denoted the pay er mmith of artillery and in I an try, and of dragoon and riflemen when serving on foot The tecond col umn denote the pay per month of light artillery and of dragoons and riflemen when mounted: Sergeant Maior, Quartermaster Sergeant, Principal Musician, and Chief Bugler, each First Sergeant of a Company Ordnance Sergeants Hospital Stewards All other Sergeant, each... Corpoials Buglers Musicians Farriers and Blacksmiths Artificers Privates Matron Females nuies 40 cents per day and one ra tion. Paymaster's Clerks $700 per annum, and 75 cent per day when actually on duty. Chaplain in volunteers $145 50. In addition to the pay as above stated, one ra tion per day and an abunaant supply of good clothing is allowed to every soldier. Quarters. fuel ar.d medical attendance art always provided by the Government without deduction from the soldier's pay. If a soldier should become disabled in the line of his duties, tbe law provides for h ra a pension, or be may, if he prefer it, obtain ad mission into the Miliurr Asylam, which will alTord him a comfortable nome so long a he may wish to receive its benefits. To the above pay for private soldiers must be added the additioaal $2 month tobe pakl da ring service, the $100 bounty at the end of the war, which has alreadv been provided for. and the quarter section of land that Onpreu will j provide Tor at its coming session. Tu bounty and land apply to officers aud privates alike. D OPTS AND SHOES. Larger the Dnilnei, Uwrr tu Ct BSVRBail fl.MOA. JOHN hTdETERS, Isaet and Sb .Tlannlactiirer S3 Wet Fcrartb street CmcinnatL J HAVE JUST OPENED MT 81 RING STOCK, WHICH I conpnara tbe n atxl cbotcrat styles of Men 'a, boy', T&utaa' aod Cb&iren't wear, and Lartc (rrrly laerea4 toy facilities for maocfactnrtsg, I am eoall! im off cr g-rt tudocratrala t c brr. I kav MraMl vy ' kes dvm to a very low fijrur, only aaVlrf a rauH profit My moUai larf aalea aud axaail proCta. Ubder stal;cs: to Brcvwty of arpi&; a wrlih tk tna, I will ate every eodearor t tatufy ny coaaowers ia every ra fpect. fsprll'tl dlj J01LN II. LtmiM. 21 2) oo 17 13 12 12 15 15 21 00 20 (K) Oti 0' 17 0t 14 O'l 13 O'l on 15 f' 17 00 13 00 6 00 LIST OP COURTS I it j. Xj Xs X3 XX IVI TJHITED 0TATE3 CIIlCTJir C0UBT HITS 15 IUU5P0M1S. ICovomUor lO, lOOl. SÜPBEME COURT OF DJDIAlt A Coniinrnct? ovrrabrr 23, 1001. Circuit Court and Court of Con. Plei. Cafi. Vrtmit Cearf. CI Ca, fe. Allan ov. II Oct. II Adtaii o. VS. Fepl. 9 be o ton Sap 1. 2 Safts hoae epl. 'A Kept, t Prow a o.4 ov.?5 BartSulne Oct. tl I. rilactford Iec. 1 ept. !C ( an Oct. ? IS t'arroll Cel. Cn Kept. S3 11 a. loo Oct. 7 Ocl.f I I'lay ept. 23 Ho?. 3 ( Utk Oct. I Crawford Aug. It Oct. OT. .......... IVlware Oa. 21 OcU 7 Iabla Jaly 23 Oct. 7 Davlea Kept. 9 OcU tl I'rcatur Oil. 21 Oct. 8 rearUorn ov. 4 Oct 14 l'Nalb Oct. S.. 16. F'.k barl KejU t3 Kej l. f Kulton Auf. Sl.... ..... Jaa. 11 Frat.ilta Aug. i Nov. 4 Flojd Oct. 2 Sept. 1T3 Fountain Aur.24 Sept. It Fa feile Sej I. 9 Wet (rreene Oct. 14 Kept. 1 (rant..... Auf. IS.... ...... 11.......... f.lbaou July SV 3ov. I Heurj Oct. SI Sept. lUrriaon Sept. 23 Aug fi IVc. S3. Hamilton Sept. t A Kg. & Howard oe. II Oct. 7 Hancock. .Aur. 12 Sil. t IIuntii'frtoD Atf.SC Hendncas Aug. 26 JoLnon Kepi. 9 Jenniiirs Kept. 9 Kept . 9U. ..... .Sept. S3. .Oct. SI .Sol. 4 Jefferson Ja per Jackson ...Sept. 3 Iter. 1C .Sept.9. Aur. t'. .OcU 14 .Oct. II. Jaj a. 14 .Kor. H Koiciuiko. Knot Lake. L Port Lac range I -a r u ce Madison Marlon Miami Marshall Aur. 1. .Mfolr'iniry Sept V .Marlin sept. 10 Morran oe. ,1 Monroe Oct. Sobla of . 4 Meton Oct. 7 Sept.9 Sept.?. Aug. VI Oct. 7 Sept. 10. ....... .Sept. 2. .......... oa. Jl oa. 7 .Oct. 7 .Kept. S . Se pt. !.... . . .Sept. S3 Sept.. Owen Oblo Urs n gr Poej Perry Parke Porter Pulaski.... Tike Putnam.... kanllpb.. Kti.h Kipley Speiier. ... S witierlat.d Scott . lec. 16 .Oct. 7 .Sept. 16 .Oct. 7 .o. S3......... .Sept. 30 K c 30 . u .Oct. 7 lec.S Oct. 7 Oct. 7 ..Kept. 2...., .Kept. 9.... i.ie. 4..... , . So . 4. . ... .Oct. SI.... ..Kept. 9.... . .Kei-t. 9. Sept. 30. . . .v . 4. ,. ov. 4.... ..Oct. 2-... .Oct. 14... ...Aus; 5........ ...Aur. 12 ...Aur. 76 ...Sept. -J3 ...Aur- IV ...Aur. i ...Kept. S3 3 ..Kept. V3 ...Sept. 30 ...Sept. 16 1 i t 3 ...Aur.S6 Sept. 16 ...Kept. 2 Od. 14 ....o. 11 Nor. II ...Aur. i ..Nat. S3 Sullivan A nr. 19 Uee.S KieuKen Oct. 21 Sept. S Shelby Oct. 7 4 Starke Sept. 9 Sept V3 St. Joseph Oct. 7 Sept. 16 Tipton Kept. 16 Aur. 19 Tippecanoe Oct. 14 Pec. J-.. Union Aur S6 o. ti 'lfO ...... Kej't. S. ......... lee. IC... Vermillion Aur. 19 Kept. Vanderburf h Oct. 7 Sept. 2 Wayne. A er. 3 Sept 9 ,. ... Warrick Kept. 16 Oct. SI vvells Auf. 19 Sept. 16.... w bitter Sept. 2 Oct. 91 .. Wahash Sept. 9... Ho 4... White Sept. S3 Kept. 9 Warren Oct. 21 Oct.Jl Waahinrlon Sept. 16 Dee. 9 MEDICAL COOKS. &C. GALEN'S HEAD DISPENSARY, ciiakteiied; bt the i.t.c, i ? la tub e of kkttckt for thx TREATMENT OF ALL THE WSEAF.S OF THE CKI5AET ASD GENITAL ORG ASS. A Vertical Itcport, PRICE 0XLT TEX CEIfTS. (hntolninff Thirty Fin Flat an JCngratlngtcf Pit Anatomy and I'hinlQy qfths Srual Organ im at taU nf Jfiftk and IKn. ON A XEW METHOD OF treatlcr TeDerial Uiseaae, lnc!a dirr Krphilia in all its stares; Gonorrhea, tileet. Stricture, Varl coole, and Hrdrnrele, iHfieaaes of tbeKxloey, Itladoer Ac with, out tnercury! coctainui: a vaJ uahh treatise on tbst wkle-nread realadr or youth, SenioaJ Veak f. Nocturnal LmlMcun, Sexual DeWlity, Impotency, Ac, the se cret lorirmities of youth and na turttjr arlMnr from the baueful habit of tlf-abtxr. To which ts artird obaenratK-ns on Female Disease, and other inierestin matter of the ut mot importsnre to the married a,i thoe cootrtpplattng maniaas, w boeutertain doubt 4 tleir pKyrical ab Inj lo enter that state. Sent to any a'ldreM ia a sealed wrap per, on receipt of ten cent or four statDpa. Vi devot our entire lima and attention to tha treat ment cf tbe various prrvate diaeaawa treated cf In our pri vate report. Our Dippen'ary I iLa only lootirutjoti of tb kind la America whkb bai been e tabiabrd by a ipeclil charter, an4 this fact should Jlva it a preference ever th vartou quacks of doubtul character t bw fnttnd ta all arge cities. Important to Female! 0u depalTtjent of oar lH.'penary la fpecia'ly deeote t) tbe treatment of tbe Diseases of Fetnalea, such aa Lu corrbea, or White," IrrefTilar, ramful and apprcaaed yteurtruatKin. rous atid General Debility, Lneaei ft the Wt-tih, BarrentieM, Ac. Conmltations and etatniratkms ffre of rbarre. AK, for sale. DR. 1EW KES'S KF.fiULATOK TILLS for Fetnale Obstruction, Irrer:lanfes Ac. Msrrled la dies In certain situatir ni shnu'd not uoe them, as they would cauf miacarriar?. lYire fl per boa aid stay hm ent by mail. IR. GAIX"5 ritKVrynVE-An luraltuM trirle f. ,r thoee w-trhinr tolrmif Ibe niTnter of tbir off -prior, or the barren w ho dere children; warratited Dot to Injur the health, aud w ill Uat for a lifetime, er.t to any address un-lerwal, ea receipt of the pV TWO DOLLARS. PATIENTS AT A DISTANCE By ndtnr a brief state cieut -f their syinptorn, will receipt a blana Chart cwnta'n tiig a lit f qaertjona, our term for tbt enjrt of treatniM Ac. Medicines sent to any part f the country to ewe any case at home, free from danger or cvtoet'y. All transactions privste and confidential. P-eroemV-ei tbe natse ar.l number. Direct all letters to GALEN'S HEAD DIFTENSART, octl5-dAw Louisrill Xy. ALE. CLARK'S TIPPECANOE, 0HI0f XT ST.Ill wfl.fl JACOB TRETZINGEK, 254 East WashincVm St.. Agent for Indiana polls. PLRF. FA MILT V INF GAR FI.'RE CtDF.ä VINEGAR, fUKK V15EGAK, PL' HE EAST INDtA BfTTEVS. PURE RTK ANDBOt;kBJN KHISKT.Ac. Ry jacob rr.rrziyoER. 1&4 Eaat WablwsrOw at.. noT2S-d6rn Oarermayer's htMug. WATER GOVERNORS. SAVE YOUR LIVES AND PROPERTY BT ArPLTINU ONE Of SANDERSON & STANTON'S KEW 1)01 LEB FF-IDERS OS W ATM OOTHOTOi. r 1HI8 MACHINE IS KIMPLE IN ITS CONBTRLXTlOjr, J is aot liahla to ret out of ordrt, keep tat water aj. way at one hvcht ta tha bo'ler b lis eraporatiow aawch or l:ui ts a sura water rwa and Iww vur etectae ta case of aa obstruction ta ih putcp oe water pip. Cj ef tbee macbties kasbeentboroua-aly tested wothaWley attached to tha machinery 4 th ladiaaa State Sewtiwel Sice. The pubU are iaited to call aad eaaaun rt for Ibeatselefi. for farther particular liy;t:rt tf 1. LAW LI, KwceT Uowaw, ladia&apolis, laUiana. From tbe trial of the ab aaacUoeoa lt bo(W ta otu oCi'-e, we are latKCed it will perform aj that ia claian! i jt It. and that ft wlU be hhly prtawd by ' whw waw It. RINüllAM, Düt ii UTt A CO Frvprtetora Mata rVntOjel. We, tha awWaifved. etoployel la the Senttnel cCV, havtar tAnurtj tested aalrw's wew Uutier Fester, cr Water U&are, art eotue ly aatised wtth Ii operatic, and would rsfowniena ail prssoa aar tulrn, to put chase Saodersoa'a. i. K. A I LETUN, foeeman Fjas -rocQ w. dlwtf TkrIALTim,l:lirAaeer.