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. I'lru-f h mi hut V aiiri.'ton 'r-et. t A.rU DAILY SENTINEL
I I ND.IV Al'Jtll. 2
TllF. l ILT STATK F F.M1 FL I rr.t ! y 11 the early
rmiri etpre. ar! fr-i jrht iraln, and delivered to w-
TiWf n adjacent tonn atxi:t tha im tiro It ldi-
a.uted In thlcity. Tlit rniKit reader, at aditance
C!iu! F. JenVIfi. of Wayne co'in'y.j
and Oiher Rice, of Mirii.ri cvintv," both rf f e'
l?fh Ir.liin..i; S'. Mrc:U!i, l,ne armedjin:
the it t t.n n hr ef fntl.ju-h. ; j
ITMr. We!!, o.i the cntrer of New V.JrV j
Mi l New Jersey rreti. had a fine young tiv ;
octroyed by the owa yesterday morning, jit;
W.H We'd 1 1 T (X ' n,.! I. .1 .,.,,,..1 iK'l. :
..mtb-Capital of ImMan.. to ret the new. c,f th-day j ..ir- ,n,i ... tn v.. - .,, ,
I- ... . 1 . ..... . J - ' i..MIT ICtT I f1M'" '.'.I I
J I ItT3 liX. the n.wa a rnr it hr nhniil l tin
.!PuWhHwh.rf. ÜVw- eler. a, earner. juttire ,,-tlRer fr fn;th CounHl, the owiUr
any tf tb- town. r.n railroad, renterlr,; at Ind,ana;.o!i, j of lhe cow or Mr Wells? Mr. Well pay la ei
i.i appiw.. in Mf,. r.u on a ir'xx. term a
ijr ber paper, t.lur. f.r the !ily will b- .upplied at
Hau' rate . Order, are .lirited. JAw
IlciiriricI nncl Yoorlicc.
fr the protection of Lw person and rr!rtT-:-ti i
ne not entitle! to it: A tree in like a Jront too.Ti;
it take a long time to prow, and when destroyed
or injure! in hard t replace. Hence the prjat
necessity of protecting tree- from cows that I we
The .eecli f Hon. Thoma. A. Ifendrick, before th.
morrttlc CoBTr.tion on the F.tihth t,t January, 152,
1 On unday niht List, a Ircint Major ;
! atudic-l to the Clt lnilinu, (the 2l Iri-h) jn j
r-1 th ph of lion. 1) vi l l W. Voorhre. In th H'.u ; . , , tf t ', ,i . . .
. , " an ii.liti!uii. lie lriilel the a..in,ai.l to!J him .;e
pr.-ntt,r., Kbru.ry 20, cn the duty of th, Frd- mut ßo b,4ck l() c.uiip wilh h:m. TJ.ereutn f.e
I GoTrrnmrnt in U rlati,.n9 to the c'.t.I war and th ; f,,,; confesel that he :t an ec.ipe-1 rch-1,
jrt f..rhifh it b.old t proM-cntM, are for al- at arMj 0fJere.l the er-eant to let htm ?o, liut ;
i ofr.-, pul.:K,hed In panij.Llt of Mter. pasln-j tj,e Sere.itit. like every other loyal citizii, '
i lii.bsh jrfrhfs. Earh on- U amont tie al I- j waft inrorrupt'lile, ntil lil the prisoner b it k;
1 1 re rt-4 on the prent cri.l, and kbuuM be flared in ; to c.imp. The hr:irc ami holiest mm, line
e nv.-iorTry r.,r In tU State. iliiim-, l'.iul.Jm arid Ann A ert, of re
The f.rt Uu Laving lren t ntirrly exhauft.'d, we are ' lutionary memory, would not have t iken $.'J,
'W r-printin a lare edition t "upply tLe ine rainR
T.ne living t.fl expr- riifc mal provUe fr pre-
i.Mnn the Jxt.ire, Lieh U ne reut ercfjy.
rrif e l per hundred. All otdrrt promptly f.Ked.
CITY AND STATE ITEMS.
,.- . . I H Vi I I u 1 ... I t ... . I 1 1 . T I
v ;,"" ,v", ami ici iiie rtovi to. i ufie
tr iitor South, there are traitor North; hut tlnre j
arc houet und true men everywhere.
r?TO:ir nehuUr ambrotype waj made at tlie
...V lu 1
J2TWide awake folk are leferred to the nd-rti-:n.entof
1 warf trees and cvergreeiu. lw
Swir.e are the only efficient scavenger?,
.d rt.it the municipality not one cent.
Ir'Wc had numerous and tundry April ihow-
throughout yestenlity over this regiii.
Zfm Ten dullar notes on the Pcorjlc'i Hnik of
entt cky are in circulation which are fpuriuua.
2yAriother rebel priuer escape-lfrom C in.p
orl'jn ni;ttt lrfore l.i.-t.
Y$m Two reöed prinfinei e.caJ from Camp
orton on SttunUy nij;ht.
CT?" The r.ii.theoii I on reunsylvauii ptreet,
AU.i lblildit). l!-lw.
We re-ret to learn that City Marshal !
)u; h Ijinj; dangerously ill with typhoid
J"AIjiitaiit (eneial Noble yeterdiy vl.jitel
amp Morton in order to arrange for more et!i-
ently guarding the prisoners tjuartered there.
tjThe May term of the Supreme Court of
iduti. will convene on the fourth Monday of
C2f During the late mission, prearhol by the
fe". Father Smariu., fifteen converts attached
if melvei to St. John's Churcli (Catholic).
"The subscriptions on Foster Sund.tv, at
h. John Church (Catholic), for the Seminary
iiicennes, aciouuteu to $1o.j.
. A rell frpy. taketi at Curnlerlatjd Gap,
d cotiiirncd to Uovernor Morton, ha arrived
i . .... t a t".. r i .
Vi vuarieri imit oauica o i'i win,oi mil cu,
1j a been promoted to be brigade Comniiüiary and
i att.ttlitAj to ienernl McDowell' division.
1 o LONJiMiuv.. A pure, iresli ant penu
e article of cxl liver oil for sale at Sfnour's
rug Store, J'utes block.
-. afr .aa i a.
t3TA hospital m t be established at Terre
I auie. I hree or lour hundred ol our sick and
minded sohliers arc to be sent there this week.
rS"Several of the farmers of Vhro countr
ifttend to test the cultivation of cotton iu that
,'itudc thi.s fea.oii.
iJ.-y'Two liundrel sick Indiana soldiers are
fiMtrtcd to be in miserable hospitals at New
;ailrul. Let omethinx be done for them
J"Prof. Fletcher, Superintendent of Public
struction, visits Lifavette on Thurstlav next.
Jl bation, Boone county, on Friday, and llreens
11 rp, Decatur county, on Satunlay, on business
mrtaining to educational matters.
tC?TThe citizens of Lafayette, at a public
vetiii;r on Saturday niht lat, r.used $J0J lor
prdies for the relief of nohliera from that nor-
)U of the State who will douhllesa be engaged
the anticipatl b itlle at Corinth.
5)"" The me hiIkti of the Vliieuix Society are
ecially rejuesftl to attend their regular meet-
, at the umi il I'lace and time, on 1 uelay.
I ril A lull attendance is re luired.
Wji. McLai uulin, Sec'v.
A New Imflimint ok War. We yesten&y ,
had a paraiaph witii regard to the retc:it invin- j
lion of Michael Ilitner, F.i , of Vincenncs. Tjte
Cincinnati Clazdte, hpeakin with regard to tjie
trial of it, says: A he ivy malleable iron t irpi t,
two inches in thickness, lined with eiuht inchesjof
ßolid oak, was jierfnrated hrouh and through
with this new missile Only one pound and' a
quarter of powder ati-1 a ten outid ball fron;jj a
three inch l)thlren was u-ed. The experiment
was ctnii!ete ucTees, and excteU anythiiig
ever before accomplished. The impnivenif.at
which conliU.s in the fabot and ball, both heii
cortrucied un a plan not heretofore adopted,
el linn the serious aitet ton of the ( jvemmet.
It i. tlioucrlit by scientific artillerist. who witncl-
ed the te-t, that with twenty-five pounds of pojv-'
der and a 10!)-pound shot no iron-clad vesjel j
mal can llat, will i.c aiiie to wUhstana it. I
The following is a list of Indiana sol
diers at Kvansville, wounde! po severely aa Ho
irevent theui from jjettin futluj:hs:
Til 1 KT V NINTH IMiMVA.
Patrick M O'Coutiell, co K; (ieo Moc, coC;
Th.MCreeo.co C; Or J F Ilo-tetter, co 15; Mil
ton Sharp, to C; Milier Heiser, co I); (eo f.V
I)i!iit l, co 1$; Stephen Ueidti in in, co I): WnijU
Welch, co F; Hubert C Peters, co I); Sanbfd
For ice, co C; Cornelius Devol, co A. J
H'UTV TMIUO I Mi I ANA. !
Johu lhcscoe, co C; John Crawford, co C.
TIIIUTV M('iiM) 1MUANA.
John F.lmer. co C; Wm. Ceobel, co 15; Juliju
Theobald, co K. f
TIIIRTIKTIt l.MUANA. :
.las S Welch, c Kr Wm II Kevnol.ls. co Ji;
It K llurll.ut.co I; Itesin McCosh: co II: M.r-
tin Whitncr, co C.
Mury McConnell, John Kit., co II; Mattl.k'T
Hcrron, co K. j
KOItTT-Forillll IMilANA. t
Clia K Tyler, co II; Jared T IIocscl, co K;
Thos LesUy,co K; Joseph NicodeniiH, co C;
lohn Keelcr, co C; Hasil Hunter, co H; AHit
Westfall, co B; Alfred Daupcrts, co 1); M jl
Campbell, to B; Lewis Lihtfoot, co B; Patrijk
Owen, co C; .1 II lloaland, co II; Stej!icti Way
bill, CO 1); Michael Harrison, co C; Irwiji,
co I; John (toucher, co K; W M Johnson, co 4;
Austin Waterhouse, color bearer. !
T1IIRTV FIKTII INDIANA. J
Charte- II Prater, co C; Felix (Jalaer, co li;
Chas Hiner, co B: Kufus Council, co C.
THir.TY SIXTII INDIANA. j
Jas W Kvans, co K; .John Uriduct, co A. f
TWINTY rol'UTU INDIANA. j
Win Quarterman, co C; Zecheriah J Taite, yi
B; Daniel Kiley, co I. i
TWENTY THIRD INDIANA.
Lew Iloirman. co. A: Josiah Mullen, co. S
ELEVENTH INDIANA. .
Wm. Nores, co. A; Samuel Iv. Waiden, co.
T. C. Chatlield, Orderly to General Lew Wallatj.
TWENTY-NINTH INDIANA. 5
Seth W. Kesey.eo. B; Joseph M. Bennett, co.
K; Harvev C. Green, co. D; Taylor Douglas, cp.
NINETEENTH REOILAKS. j
Wm. M uininir, William G. Hazelripp, Joljn
Lester, John McDonnell. f
Lew llouman, co. A; Josiali Mullen, co. a ;
John II innocks, co. A; Samuel Goddard, co. J2;
Erwin Krney, co. C.
Fot Sale ou Swor. A jrood 8ubsLmtial"rior5e
itahle for bu'jry use r any other ordinary
rk, per feel lv sound, will be either sold or
ided for a well -trained riding liorse, that must
l warraiited to be ierfcctlv sound and gentle,
id not more than six vears old, and about 1'.
li.ndi k'v'h. Applv at this ollicc. -1-tf
General lnler Xo, 2i.
AiutTANT (eneual's Oeeick I. V. M )
IndianajMilis, April ill. It (2.
The conduct ol Lieut. FitniUiam, of the il
Iri.-h, (list regiment Indiana vtduTiteers haviii
been misappiehendetl, General Orders No. 20,
dismissing him fiom the service, has been revo
ked, and he is restored to his former position. .
By onler ol Hi Excellency, Governor Morton,
Laz. Noble, Adj. Gen. Indiana.-
Notice I have just received another large
. . i i . i . . . i .i
II ier oi Men i.itMors. aiui can now punpiy tnose
Uio have been waiting for them. Every family
i-ftd every person should have one. They are jut
ladder for general use as thev are stout.
lA ht and chfap. Sizes kept on hand from four to
tili feet. Daniel Williams of Werden and IV,
iisitc (ilt'im's IlK-k. 13.
Mr. Leopold Kabis Ins, wc learn, sinifi
hit wilbngiiess to rem mas the General feu
intendent of the West Empire Saloon, of
ich H. Bee!e, Kt i the proprietor. Splen
mint juleps, and e ery other elegant and re
siling drink mav be obtained at all times, at
famous est-iolishmeut of which Mr. Leopold
5. is is the Superintendent. Mr. Kalus is an
ist, and knows what gentlemen want, and his
teltluids are un.-urpas.-ed and unapproacha-
A. M. Mathews, ('iarterma-ter of Color.41
Miller's U!hh Indiana regiment, ilied at his redi-
dence in Liirte yesterday. Mr. Mathews was i
formerly Gi and Master of the Grand Lodge, . j
(). O. F., td Indiana, and wiil be buried by twe
onler, someot the members from thiscitv haviil'
gone to LijHirte to attend the funeral. j
The Pittsburg correspondent of the St. Louis
Itrpuhlican says: i
'();!icial rcxu ts of the burying pirties he: !
make our loss in the late battle 1 ,0t I ; that f!
the enemy 3,0(10; making a total of 1..VK) burie?.
The Ctiro corresp)ndent of the ChicaJ-j
Timrs telegraphs under date of the lDth in.-t.: j
Gen. Halleck has receivtHl considerable reinloi ce
ments w ithin a da v or two from a source which!
I am not at liberty to mention. lie has noW j
abundance of troops, supplies and transportation, I
' and is abundantly pre;aied for any emergency, j
j The forward moemcnt must be inaugurate 1 j
I spcelily. j
j Telegraph from Fort Pillow, date-l Irthj
!y; "Deserters toine in in wieat numbers, j
One arrived this in.irnin. wh. rebuts the rebel ,
; force at Pillow to be .".(;, an d 3 .00. 1 at Fort!
. lland)lp!i. He si) the gun at both these foits j
I are the heiviet in the South, some being Arm-
I We clip the following from the Cairo corres
! pondet.t ot the Cincinnati llnztttr of ) e-terd.i :
I '11 --...: . . : 1 1 i. ... ... ... .... It . .1 . i
i ne rnci i sioi tm i.iu i.iiu.uv, u jirci
It is now w itlua
strong lilltil cannon
! Dt A N 4TOLM ( YMNASIl'M AND B'JWLINfi AL-
v Since the lipcontiiiuance of the hospital
c!v located at this institution, the Gvmnasium
11 ha been renovated and re-arranged, and in five inches durin; the niht.
.ilew day- w ill be open again to members, under l.t of the top of the levee. Intelligence has j
tornirr auspices. I he manifest advantages ol ' been recen ed trom the I ennesee an ivtabasri,
rtMia-tic exorcises for the purHes of health j that a greater volume of water may be expected. !
1 phvMcal recieation hardly need urging upon i Mound City is ent rely submerged, the water j
. public nt this day. a they are nppieciated by running into the lower stories ol the hospital and
ry rational mind We take pleasure, there- private dwellings. The Illinois Central railroi.jl !
e. t:i amiuunciiig the eaily re opening of our , ha discontinued its trips to Cairo, the track being ;
mnasium. " ' submcrge.1 and waslied away, pas-engers for
- . . .. , ,sort. comt-elled to take t ie teuner for
INDIANA Mt'lNI'ID AM IlK I flC IO IOW illl
11 liat a Sti'.I.cis hae armed at Cincinnati:
T W Phillips, co D. :td battcrv; C W Brown,
it; L (arres, do; Wm Warmer, do; S M Lum
v v, Lieut, to I, JiOd; Win Hau-ton. Serjeant.
I:'J (; Cowin-. do; J G Ko..do; K C B un
lim. bth; J Net!, d ; A Faitow, t'u; D M Siter.
lib; C J GiiiTord. 1.M; A M Kidsou. -Jd cav..!r;
If- l ontiell. -Jthii; J Hurt. -Jd civalrv; E W,'l
I M. Lieut, Uih; L F Dick,. ?th; M Kiwlins,
A r.i .t k. "Jili.
fm Ib.; I)rih tvfL A rood deal of inter
n : ,.g It-It regarvl.ng the rtfecat onlUMiu e ol ; and cxcciltntiv won seneo. m' '
I Council' rrohibitiii'Mhe runnimr at lar-e ' t ect ation of the reduction of Fort Pillow at pie-
we eubi ,u the ave Mn 1 n es um'the . sent. The high stage d water will prevent any
ige thereof. Citizens interested wiil c opcr ition on the part of land forces for som.
davs. F.erv house m Columbus is surroun-oM
fhe teie -ranii lme between L iro
i-e in ikv the r Ii ei .Umi'i:
( Me r. t .(lev. Hl...kf Mi.iun Ph-trher. b water. I he te.erapn
e. Met;r. ai. i W.k lice-7. and Pitfd.v.rg is down ctrriol away by h-h
f. ,- Mr-i-. Kuh. in in. Mi N.ibb. U; liiiiXiui. i water.
1 ci1eTt t it lf k h id .-i coiiVervation ith
1 he oid n ti.ve i to be enforced on and after ! Ith Lieutenant Fiasr. the oldest naval officer i:
tt- l-t of M.iv. ; tie Mrvi,. tJf li r.n.k. in which he eipre e.
Klltt FkholsOX, E-mj , I.4L E-r TE At.ENT.
t- eU Httrtition to tlieadm;etni,t4 l.f this
; i man. He bas, M i'., ai. 1 ech .n-cs hous.
l-f. Iti.di and tarnt .n rotntm -ion. e
li.ite, l-jatis, ex imiiu title. c Mr. Pci -ij
;. U-ng an ib!e Ia)tr, us eil as n acc-.rm-
-i.-I bit-.ii. es inAii, 11 matter eritruHr-l to
cite w-.ll ui.iloi.bte.Jly be well attended to.
No Inioantan-i Tiirar All arconr.t-i acrce
that during the battle of Iitt--V..rg, t! eie ere
hur. f if n-.t t'.nu- .) 1 of t-jw r 1 w ':, .-kti!k-el
aw iv nii I ..-.!.t -hc'.ttr u: ier the river b!uiY..
But ii' r e th irge t!i it any Indianian were to be
een in the ro.l. Wherever tbe lutt'e rage.1
Cerent the HHi,ier soldier tould be f.uul. mm
fully m tintairitn hi ground; b'it there was not
on? In liarian to be found in the crowd of fugi
tives skulking from langer at.d hiding beneath
the river bank. This is a fact de.-erving of
By the deith of Col. S S. Ba-, the com
mand of the 3(Uh Ileiment devolve iion Lieut.
Col. J. B. Dlge,of Warsiw, and M ijor O. D.
Hurd will be prom teil to Lieut. Col.
There are 3,.T.) soldiers at the hoipital in
and about Washington.
VERMIN EXT trrfVirryATcrt j
To Ihftroy lints IL-che, cc.
To Destroy Mice, iioles, and Ant..
To Dttiroy B(d Bag.
To Destroy Moth m Furs, Clothes, &e.
To D'ttro'j Mosquitoes and Fleas.
To It' S'roy Inecta on Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy Inectj on Animals, tvC. i
To Iktfroy Every form and species of i
Cicis!4Ti , April 21.
Ffonr doll and prices nominal; sujietfine is of
fercl at $1 110 and extra . 1 15(S t 23.
Bel wheat advanced to ?(9 Jc; lo change in
No change in other prain.
Whisky steady at Ire.
There is no dein ml fur mcs pork, and prices
A moderate demand for buik mevts Mil the
market steady; sale ot oOO.OOl) lbs nt :i("'V3c
fur shoulders loose, .Tc packed, and P(f; I7&c
for sides; a lot ot 1Ü0.WU lbs extra heavy sides
Lard dull at (i. 7'gC.
Molasses scarce and firm at 42(i43c.
Suar firm at ?ljJi 'J?4c.
Coffee ipjiet at PJ(c 'Jlc.
Exchange firm at prera.
AI mr I IT M
; t rKnuaATM.
!Nev Vork .Inrbct.
'icw York, Arr:' 2t-
Flour more doing and market a shade firm
er; ales nt $1 üOf 1 70 for suiK?rrine State;
$i trOf-H 'JO lor extra State; $1 iQt 1 70 !ur
suterhne Western; $.1 Hh't " 00 for common to
medium ex'.ra Western; iJöAifö '' for shipj.iiif;
brands extra round hoojiOhio, and VUlJj 7j
for trade brands, the market closing steady -Whisky
heavy and drooping; sales at 23 fit '23 'Jc
Whe.it hetry and declining; sales of Milwau
kee club at $12 ) delivered; w inter red Western
$1 iho'il 30. and prime white Mi' higan $1 10.
Coin mat ket dull an 1 urooping; sales at ;(V
for mixe! Western in store and delivered, Ü7
for Southern and Jersey yellow.
""SüLMr tlemand not very active; prices have
undergone no material change.
Coffee No transactions of any importance are
rejiorted; jrice unchanged.
I'ork dull and easier; sales at $l2dl '2 2.7 for
mess, 1U 2Ü for prime, and $12 o0(tl3 50
for prime nies.
Beet quiet and without material change.
LarO le.s active, but prices without material
change; sale at 7'jji 'c.
Butter is selling at, t?(t lUc for Ohio and 15(2
20o for State. '
Chee.-e linn at C1., i 'Jc.
"ONLY IXFALLIinLE REMEDIES KNOWX."
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
New Yokk, April 21.
Decrease in loan $iM-2,'JiW
Increase in sj ecie 7l.lif)
Increase in circulation .r'J,2d
Increase in deposits 1,120,277
FRUIT TREES. 2
DWARF AND STANDARD FRUIT TREES,
Large or Small hardens or lartls
W n"UI;UY up your rh-r a fcvr days iiior ami it will
I 4 f t bit. t'.r pl iiit ni. Our tk was grown
here, lu r.ee are more likely to live than tlioe from a dis
tance. (Jri.wn here in our own sil and climate, hence safe to buy.
We have the be-a assortment in the Slate. The next
thirty 'lay is lhe tct time of lhe year for planting. We
have all kinds and prices, from 10 cents to $1 each.
Vll AVil .tVaviiIco 1ci1o
Are invited to lock at our stock.
ap'21-dlw Apmts for Kletcln r's Nurseries.
:).ll :li JR1M DRUMS!!!
Abb OF THE ItKSTQt'AMTY, AT THE
.1 n l . 1 . V. f .7 f ' s i C S T It K
. L I5itsM House.
aprt WII.I.AKli A STJWKI.L.
rMVlF. UNITED STATES DYE-HOUSE, X0. 33 SOUTH
1 Illinois !tre:t, buliatiajioli.-, lti.liHiia,
JOSEPH HARRIS, Prop.
At Hit oM and w-U-kn.wn ttaMihmen th" l.vlies
can have süks a'id woolen giwls ilyed i i permanent and
1'f.iutifLi colors; ri1 K,-nts' pirTn- u-. thoroiiiclily renova
t.ii.inl reji.iiretl, as gooil as wLt-n iiew, at Ijw t-r pries
New and sroon.l-h.uvl olotliiiisc lrataht and sold; also,
a jiati.-ular br iiu-h in tlie l';ii!i-s tleninin itl titu- .iraw.
i'lkTl'illiard tul le 1 1 .tli, or tear in any jran:i-iit can be
do wrought tli.it it cm not be viil 1. to tlie naked eye
Ci Country orders punctually attended to.
i connection with any oilier 1uum- in this city.
hVnieniKT the place, So. 'A's South Illinois street.
fb JOSKI'H II AKK1S.
MEDICAL BOOKS, &C.
Those Prcparatic ns (unlike all others) are
'Free from Poisons."
'Not dangerous to the Human Family.'
'Hats do not die on the prvinisvs.'
'They come out of their boles to die.
'They are the only infallible remedies known."
"12 years and more establishel in New York
Used ly the City Post Office.
Used by the City Prison and Station
l'f"il by the City Steamers, Ship, &c.
Used by the City Hospitals, A!ms-I louses,
Used by the City Hotels Astor 'St.
Used by the Hoarding; House?, &c., &e.
Used by more than5o,000 private lamilies.
ß.? S-c one or two Sjn cimctts of what it
ertryrhtre .aed by the Itojle I2liturs
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with vor
Miin need be so no longer, if they use "Cos
tar's "Exterminators. We have ued it to our
satisfaction, and if a box cost $5 we would
have it. We had tried poisons, but thov ef
fected nothinjn but ' Costa kV article knocks
the breath out of Rats, Mice, 1 loaches and
Red-Bus, (luieker than we can write it. It
is in great demand all over the. country.
Merfiwi 'A (iiizfttc.
MORE (RAIN and provisions are de
stroyed annually ia Grant County by vermin
than would pay for ton of this Rat and Inject
Killer. fsmcaster fTUVs. Jlcrabl.
HENRY R. COSTAH We are Felling
vour preparations rapidly. Wherever they
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Vermin disappear rapidly.
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Mound Citv, whence they were cvrnei in scows,
to tlie bijrh ground ia the tear.
There is noihiiu ot reat iinjmrtar.ee from
I'ittsburg. At latest dates the two armies were
Hearing each other slowly, and eich wuitin-;
bteithiess for the period when the beating of the ,
hM.ir roll should announce the renewal of the
bite arrivals from below briiu intelligence of
tie continued liomharJmetit of Kort I'iilow. j. irti
ci:itcl in bv botii the punloati and mortar feet.
The enemv' rt-iiv vigorously, doiris: as t n,
da in i -e. Their "-uns are evidently well nnnr.e-I
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d;ri Syphilis y ail its vta-.; j
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tlse Kidneys, l'.laad. r Ac, with- j
ut mercurv-! cni.taiiii'i a val- !
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Dut ticisTs, GitocEus, STtir.EKF.KrF.Rs and
Retailors generally in all Country
Towns ami Vii.laoes
UN IT KD STATES.
VjI'j.'-sJ i.V Ill.U l Iv -t ytU , .S.TiiUia V
'jy ' 1 Eniis.jf.ti.,Se:
I D,,,iity. tri;- tericy, Ac. th
V w ' cr t iiit'.rni.t.e of vcuth an-t
;-ite (Jlei.ns' Klock. l'en.us ihii.e Ut eil
r v-.h.ti.ge real estate, oul.l conult their in-
lfy re'iateiing the .xme on hi books.
the opinion that (Jeo. II. Mctöeilan i the crett
est "eneral of the a.'e: ini that he would rout
', the renel rmy t Yrkton, ami capture Kk-h
tioiid tt an early day. Also he ex; resel th..
! on'.tiion tht Corn. lfle wouhl tin l Lut little
il ttcu!tv in taking Memphis, n w thvt 11 iml
'No. lO'ha fallen. He had accompanied one1
hundred sailors to Cairo, for the gunboat sernce ;
j and was returi in to New York. He expresscl '
regtet at j-reing so man; men at different towns
aioiig the road with the uniform of ottiers !,
; but alio b;d no other ambition than to drrs- '
I !! 7Vrrr Itiute
' t'.;ntv r:r; Irom tL tint-fu
fcal'tt of s !f-am-'. To loch i a Kll i.bv,-rvti..n.- on
F"nj.l' L:scax-, aiiil otL-r iiitfr.-;:; tiiAt'-r cfthfut
niot imp'-rtncf to thr r.irn-.l ar.l tlmM.' cotit-rnplatir-.g
r-iarr-.a- ho t-ntt rt ::i tloutaof t!i-ir jhy:cal a-l:ty t
n t- r t!.atAt'. S- r.t t xr.y ! !: i:i "a i.-W wfaj-I-r.
: rccript f li'nfi.t c r rnr st.in:ji.
Wf !rot our -r.tir t:wf a:il ait triori to th trcv
ritt of the an-u private i-a-e treatfl of in our pn-v.t-
r'j rt. O ir D -pn-arr is the er lv In-tiuirjon if the
k:n-l in AT.erir hvh bas Wen t tablish! by a pcial
chrtrr, aiS th-. f t huM kiv it a pre frnc over th
Virion. fu.w.k f i-'Ul'tf-il character to f .uinl in all
Iniiuirlr.nl to IVmnlo!
Oti lepatmor t of our I)!peu-ary i fpec'aüj JevoirJ
to th.' tT-tl!iTi f the ,,. r,f F.tv!-, fich a La- '
chorrt.e. or 'Whit," lrreiitr. Painful an-1 uppr. j
ViVr.-tru.i:.nti, Nervous li. nt-ral Ia-l-ihty, li- af c f
Le Wt.r.il.. lUrrriin.-. Ac. I
Co!i-u'.tatioti ati! rn:n:i'r fr-e of cliarre. i
A!o, forle.DIM'hW t-S KFGLT.AToK PILIi i
fT K:nah- Ot-trictu-i, Irre iUr.ties 1c. Marnr.1 la- .
di- in certain ituation hu'l not them, as ttej- !
wti',1 cu-" iiii-carriace. I "rief 1 er U-x ai.J rn.vv tt
-rt bv mail. '
DR. C.ALEN'S IkEVENTlVE An ir.valuate ani.le
Tut tb..- wiLin tohtuiltbe buiabfr of tijetr off.prina", r '
th? ha-n-n wL. iire cL:Mreti; wirra:.t'd mt to irure
the hel:h, a'i-1 vi:;i Iat f.-r a l.tetme, ent to any a lare
OTi.i-.-r 1. i n re-eipt of tLe prAe fV O Ia.iLL.VLS.
I'ATIENTS AT A DISTANCE FyfeDdinir a bnef ate- :
ti i t the;r vtiipt ::i, w ;.l r'i"c;ve a I'.lAX-k. Chart cula.n
ln a I.M f tj-e-ti.ii,s. uur trriii for lhe course of treattuet.t 1
c. VSe.lH-,i.r m ui to a:;y pari t f tii? country tu cure any ,
ce at h.'tne, free from danger or curioiir.
All lraiiut'ti.n private and cotiKJennal. RrnmVi
th nnr.ie anl aan.twr.
L.rn:t all letter to
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&c, is tlesiretJ, send for 1862 Circular,
giving reduced Price? to
IIi:.HY U. COSTA K.
Pn incipal Depot No. 512 BroaIway
(( )pposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.)
fae.;itn a t rxi r rf tut iaji ftar ktix.
THE EASTERN FRESHET
FROM BANKS'S DIVISION.
forty-two years of a je, w a mernbfr of the
convention which framed l .e cou-Dtution of th
State, and for teteral ;ear a leading member of
the Sute Senvte At the time of Lii dcith Le
m etigaed iu the hum me object of ministering
to the wounded at Pittsburg Landirg, luring
taken with him an immense Amount of boepital
tores, donatel at hU eugepstion by the citiei of
.Milwaukee, Madison, and JoresTille.
Ria successor i Lieut. Gor. Edward Solomon,
Coscoed, J. IL. April 20. The freshet is the
highest known since 151. Portions of the wre
ral railroads are badly washed awä v.
A bridge at Lebanon, on the Northern road,
was entirely carried away.
IlARTroKn, April 20. The rirer hns risen 2?
inches above low water mark and rising near! v
j an inch tcr hour.
C O IV Ci 1 IS !S rS I O IV -fV. JL. j The hig,h water his caused much damage and
The railroad track rear Springfield is fub
merged for live miles, but it is not seriously
The traits north from this tit; will be dclajed
bv the flood.
" II ARTroBr, Ct., April 21. The rl.xd has now
reiche 1 twent; eiht feet eiht inches, tweuty
inches sdiort (f ölf which was the greatest tlood
ever known here.
Montceal, April 21 . There are heavy freshets
throughout Lower Canada. ManT
RIOT I2ST SIISTT I-OXJIS.
From rr York.
Nkw Yokk. April 2D. The citv of Analachi
co'. a has been successfully occupied by our troops,
thus giving us another important point in Florida.
The capture was effected by the gunlioats Merce j
dita and Sagamore with little opposition, on tlie i
3d hist. A few shells dir eted the reoels and !
the iiou resident tortion of the iionulation were i prevaihu
found ahnostin a ttarring condition. Theblockade ; villages are floode.1 and there h vs been great;
Iiaa ettectuaiiy cut on t-uppius on me seaooaru uwuucwou ui prvpeny
and their resources from inland were not m;1u
cient to maintain the ordinary comforts of life.
Under tl.e.-e circumstances it is not to ue wonder
ed at that the people t-hould proclaim loyalty to
The iraM has the following letter:
The latest information from the bouth is of ths
utmo?t importance. Beauregard's army has been
terribly demoralized and according to his own in
formation be has now only about 33,001) effec
The following telegram has been intercepted
by Gen. Mitchell and is a full confession ot the
hopelessiicis of the rebel caue in the West: j
Corinth, April I). j
To Gen. S. Cooper, Richmond: All present '
probabilities are that whenever the enemy move 1
on tins position he will Io . with an overwhelm
ing lorce of nut less than 6Ö.0UÜ. We can now
niuter only about 35,000 effectives. Van Dorn
nny jnssibly join us in a few days with about
1." 000 mote. Can we be reinforced from Pem
beilou'd army. If defeated here we loi-e the
Mississippi valley and probably our cause, whete
as we could even afford to lo.-e for a while
Charleston and S i vaiin.ih for the purpose of de
feating Duell's army, w hielt would not only in
sure us the valley of the Mississippi but our mde
A Kev West letter of the 1 1th saw.
I learn by the Piiiladeljiliia that when she left
Havana the t-liin S. It. Mallory which lately
biought a battalion of the 7th New Hauipiite
regiment to tort Jefferson, was lving alongside
The locks and dams
rie:r Atta a ate in danger, and the Western trains
have been interrupted lor the last two days. The
roads is washed out near Cornwall, but is ex
pected to get right to-day.
Pittsbceo, April 21. The river is 15 feet by
the peir nnrk and rising fast.
The w eather is still wet, and it has been raining
steadily :ince last night at 10 o'clock.
from Forlrr .Hmiroe,
Foktrls Monloe, April 20 The weither to
day is very unpleasant, with cold rain-torm.
There is no news of anv ini:ortanoe from York-
town,;n)et. The advices from there are up to
tins alteration, and si that eveiy thing is unusu
The sale of Hirper's Weekly for the present
week bus been stopped u account of the illus
trat'ons it gives of the vicinity of Yorktown.
I rom Cairo,
Cairo, April 21. Governor Harvey of Wis
consin was drowned on Saturday night at eleven
o'clock, while passing from one boat to another,
at S tvaiiT!? h, in the Tennessee river. The body
was nut found wheu dispatches left.
the rehel steamer Asiatic taking the cotton out
of her for an EuroDcan oort.
Front Witsl np;i,ii.
Wamilmjtox, April 2d. The lltrald' dis
Our forces under Gen. Anger st ill occupy the
heights of Falmouth, opposite, and commanding
the citv of 1 tedciu kj-buiir.
Washington. April 21.
SENATE. The Vice Pieidcnt yro ttm. pre
tented "petition in favor of the bankrupt law,
also iu favor of a ship canal from Lake Michigan
to the Mississippi River.
Mr. Lane, of Indiana, presented a petition
from the free colored citizens of the LTnit-d
States, praying for getting aside portions of the
territory outside the national limit for their colo
nization, and naming Central America.
Mr. Lane said that while he did not believe
that free eolored .eople were cutiilcsl to all the
I - . l ? T V . a - - - ,al
On Friday afternoon, Lieut. Wood, of General i rights und privileges of white citizens of the
King's .-tall, Lieut. Campbell, 4th artillery, and
M ijor Dutlie, of Harris's light cavalry, crossed
the 'Rappahannock under a flag of truce, and
communicated with the municipal authorities of
the city, all of whom remain. The City Coun
cil had called a meeting after the appearance of
our forces, and appointed a committee, consisting
of the Mayor, Mr. Slaughter, three members
from each board, and three citizens to confer
with our General relativ to the occupation of
Fredeiicksbiirg, and the protection of property.
The Council at lhe same time adopted a resolu
tion declaring that the city, since the adoption of
the ordinance of secession, had been unanimous
lv in favor of secession, and was still firmlv in
favor of the Confederacy, surrendering only upon
conditions of protection to private property. Ar
rangements were j ier fee ted for a ineetiug between
the Committee and General Anger, to be held
yesterday afternoon. From citizens of Freder-icks-burg
who have come over to Falmouth by
means of small skiff's, much valuable informa
tion has been derived. Most of these aflirm that
so soon as we take possession of the city, and
there is no fear of the return of the rebels, a ma
jority of the remaining citizens will be found
Vast amounts of grain and other forage are
stored in the vicinity of Fredericksburg, much of
which belongs to the rebel army.
The army, besides destroying the bridges,
burned the steamers Logan. Virginia, and St.
Nicholas and twenty schooners loaded with corn.
The St. Nicholas, it will be remembered, was
captured by the French Lady and his accom
plices in Chesapeake Ii. y last year.
(Jen. Shields has been nominated as Major
The latest advices from Fort Monroe received
at the War Department state nil quiet. There is j Secretary of State for the names of all jerson.s
United States, he nevertheless favored their jut
right to petition a right awarded even atnoug
the mo.-t despotic governments of Europe. It
was evident that as slaves were freed here and
by our armies, something mu?t be done with
them, and emancipation or an apprenticeship fvs
tem Diibt be adopted, for it was not iu accord
ance w ith the genius of our institutions that these
people .hould be returned to slavery.
He alluded to the great bloodless and moral
triumph of freedom in the abolition of slavery
in the District of Columbia as fully equal to the
triumphs of our army by the chivairic and brave
sons of the West, to whom he paid a glowing
tiibute. The memorial was rcspectlul und de
serving the attention of Congress. He des:red
it should be received and referred to the Commit
tee on Foreign Relations, which was agreed to.
Messrs Howe and Howard presented memo
rial, from citizens of Wisconsin au 1 Michigan
praying for a ship canal from Like Michigan to
the Mississippi river.
Mr. Duolittle presented a joint resolution from
the Wisconsin Legislature tendering to the Presi
dent of the United States an approval of his
course. He said these resolutions passed almost
The resolutions were read ami tabled.
The House resolutions for supplying the Smith
sonian Institute with a copy of Wilkes's Explo
ration was taken up.
Mr. Hale hoped they would pass the resolution
and have the books sent to the Smithsonian, as
the two most gigantic humbugs ought to go to
gether. Mr. Doolittle spoke in favor of the resolutions
in regard to lirig. (Jen. Stone.
Mr. Wade replied to him.
Mr. Pow ell offered a resolution calling on the
no Merrimac yet. It is ascertained from another
source that Fort Wool and Sewall's Point ex
changed shots yesterday afternoon, but no harm
A dispatch from Gen. Fremont to the Secretary
of War, dated Wheeling, April 20, says:
Intelligence just received from Gen. Milroy
states tlie enemy numbering about 3,500 with
two batteries, including the rifled guns, are con
structing fortifications upon the crest of the
Shenandoah. A relief of fifty men are con
stantly at work day and night. The rebel en
campment is on the eastern slope of the moun
tain extending down five miles from the summit.
A notorious guerilla named Fred. W. Channig
has been captured by a civalry company under j
The design of (Jen. McDowell to advance upon
Fredericksburg was probably not known to more
than half a dozen persons in Washington, and
they strictly kept the secret. The occupation of
the suburbs of the town was the first news con
cerning it. Our troops are now in full occupation.
Saturday afternoon the President, Secretaries j thne killed or may be killed iu service.
Stanton and Chase, Captain Dahlgren and I). 1). Reierred to the Committee ou Way
Field, of New York, went down the Potomac in
the revenue steamer Miami, to Acquia creek. '
General McDowell came over early the next
morning and accompanied the President to Wash
ington. He will immediately change his head
cjuarters from Cottrell's Station to Fredricksburg-
resident of the State of Kentucky who have been
arrested by his order and confined in f orts, camps
and prisons since the first of September last.
Also the number and ages of those who had been
released, and the number, names, and ages of
Mr. Sumner objected, and the resolution was
laid over under the rule.
The resolution calling for information in rela
tion to the urrcst of lrig. Gen. Stone was then
The debate continued at great length.
Mr. McDuugal accepted Wilson's resolution in
place ol his own, calling on the President, if not j
incompatible with the public interest, for nil the
information relative to the arrest and imprison
ment of Jlrig. Gen. Stone, which then pased.
The confiscation bill was then taken up.
Mr. Davis obtained the floor.
After executive session, the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE. Mr. Edwards introduced a bill
making appropriations for bounty to widows and
legal heirs of volunteers who have died, and of
From iei. Hank' Diviion.
N:w Markkt, Va., April 10, 1-C2.
on. E. M. Slanton: To-day I hive been to
the bridges on the south fork of the Shenandoah
in Massanutin valley, with a force of infantry,
cavalry and artillery, to protect the two impor
tant bridges that cross the river. We were in
sight of Sumy at the south bridge. A sharp
skirmish occurred with the rebels, in which they
lost fereral prisoners. Their object was the de
struction of the bridges. Reports indicate a
strong force at Gordotisville and a contest there,
the wh ile resulting in the belief that they are
concentrating at Yorktown.
.'Signedi N. P. Iaks.
Nr.tr Mahki.t, Va., April 2d The flight of;
Jack .it from the vallev bv the w.tv of the nuun- '
tiins. from Hairisottburg towards Stannardsvilie
and Orange Court House or Gordonsville, is con
firmed this morning by our scouts and prisoners.
(Signed) " N. P. Hanks,
Major Gen. Commanding.
Camp near Sparta, Ya., April 2d. Every
thing is quiet in front of us. Yesterday a cav-!
airy reconnoUsance penetrated the valley several i
miles tow ards Harrisonburg, and report that there ;
are large quantities of forage and freh provisions j
report Jackson' advance wa at
Mr. Elliott offered a motion that the Secretary
of the Treasury be request ed to communicate a
statement of cxenditures of money in the De
partment of the West.
Mr. lllake offered a motion that the Secretary
of War be directed to cau.-e the necessary blank
forms to be distributed among the sick and
wounded soldiers and their relations, in onler that
they may obtain the bick pay and bounty due to
Mr. Diveu's resolution requesting the Attorney
General to bring a suit against Gen Fremont and
Mr. Heard, to recover mcmey obtained on the or
der of Fremont, was taken up.
Mr. Ihven condemned the extravagance of the
expenditures on the St. Louis fortifications, the
money having been drawn without any just equiv
alent and without any form of law.
Mr. Colfax disapproved of the St. Lou's con
tracts, but the circumstances under which they
w ere undertaken offered an extenuation lor them.
Why did gentlemen wait until (Jen. Fremont was
in the face of the enemy before they malignantly
putsued him? Why not w ait until the en J of the
war instead of so acting as to cause him to lo-e
the confidence of his army in front of the foe?
Mr. Fdair replied to Mr. Colfax that St. Louis
never was in darger except from Gen. Fremont,
who brought with him a gang of Californians to
the prejudice of the good name ot the people of
Missouri. He admitted that he was partly influ
enced m placing Gen. Fremont in command in
the We-t, but he had suffered for it, and he Iwped
he wouM be pardoned.
Mr. Cox of Obia a ubmittei the following:
Rf$tlxfd. That the Secreiarr of War inform
alrv o; trie enemv wa in
1. tl, neu tki fi .11. v in n f.f a
.Mcuaugnrysiown, east oi uamsonourg. ani stm , firstWhat h delaved the reply to the re
ictieitj'g. Ashbv com to and sttil firms the i, ,i i,. .f..nT r,.- ;r,f...;r. .. ,
S'Miil litheer retv.rt th it the ca v- . i i:.; i. ,.r .u r
, t l; . rri. djiivin.uu, ai.., vi iue Africans em-
ight yesterday Atter ......t ;n f;n Wiw.l'a rlrvirtmnt
noon. Deserters beheve that Jackon means to, .onjy hat number of tUtei hai been
rros the Blue U:dge and reach Gordonville. j brughl into this District br the arrar officers or
Others trunk he intends making a detour to at- j (.ther a?eoU o the Government, from th. State
tack our left flmk. j 0r Virginia tince the enemy abandooei the pos.
" I session of Manassaa and their linen on th Poto-
Third Whit nu rater of fugitives from Mut-
Fr im Wiaronvln.
Mai-, Wis., April 21. Eight to nrne htm- j
dred prisoners arrived hereto day by special train
from Chicago. They are quarteied at Camp
Landall, guarded by three companies of the
Wisconsin I'Jth regiment.
The executive department received th: morn
ing the startling announcement of the death ol
Gov. Louis P. HarveT, drowned at Savannah,
Tennessee, on Saturday night, while stepping
from one boat to another. The body Is not yet
recovered. The Sute offices are closed for the
day, and fiigs are at half mst.
Gor. H.wa a native of Connecticut, a bout
la cd and YirgiiiLa are cow in tb city of Washing
ton, their ?ex and probable age.
Fourth What number is uow in and has been
sent to Frederick, Md.
Fifth How many are cow fed and lupported
by the money of the United States, appropriated
by Congress to prosecute the war.
Sixth Uy what authority were both old and
young, male and female, aerl by rail to Phila
delphia, and at whose expense, and the amount
of expense, an4 the purposes for which they were
Seventh If he hn net the mns to naser
the-e inquires to uke the te e44ry te; V) ob
tain the ir.t irm:i'n.
On nution of Mr. LjTeJiy the resolution wai
tabled by a Tote of C5 aat."st 31, Republican!
generally voting in te a JErnf.Ive.
On nnticm cf Mr. Porter a relati :i wn
adopted Liitrocting tl Connitt oa Jnra'iJ
Tensioni to report a bill providing puioci for
dibbled loldien of th pre3t wir.
The House recor.'idered the vote by wVch tl.
resolution wai to dav adopted cillirg (or tbe
expenditures of the Weitem Departmect, and
then rejected it.
Mr. Diren's revolution wai tabled, an! the
resolution of Mr. Aldrich, Instructing thJudi
ciarv Committee to report back the bill for the
trial and punhrr.ent of military officer chvge!
with swindling, u ped. Adjourned.
Itlot In M. Unit,
Sr. Lot is, April 21. A riot occurred at Em
St. Louis on Saturday night, in which tLrte men
were ii jured.
In consequence of high water the inhabitants
stopped up the culvert on the Ohio and Miit
sippi railroad, to prevent the town beitjt sub
merged. The road master fearing tlie track
would be washed away, proceeded with the Uack
hinds to remove the olistructions. They were
met by a crowd who ordered them off. The
nutter wa rcfe.red to the Provost MrJul, wh
stut over a guard of sixty men to quell the dis
turbance and protect the railrjad men. They
found 75 or KK) men a?ernb!ed to prevtbl the
obstructions from being removed. The irowd
w as ordered aw ay but refused to go and the guard
advanced. Several shots were tired at them but
no one injured. The guard then charged biyoncts
in the crowd, and three rueu were injured, ol
Yesterdtv Col. Parsons and Mr. Ilacon. Presi
dent of the road, went over to examine into tlie
matter, and decided to allow the obstructions to
remain, as their removal involved the dot ruction
of a v.t amount of property.
Jt is doubtful Lether the embankment of the
road will prevent the town from being tub
merged, as the road is nearly overflowed in seve
Washington. At tl 21. A State prioier,
Jese D. Horton, from near Hagerstown, Mary
land, was shot br a se::trr yesterday, at the old
Capital i rison, and diel in a few hour after.
The recent order of the Treasury Department
forbidding the shipment of coal to foreign and
borne ports south of the Delaware baa been o
far modified as to confine it to the ports north of
Cape St. H guc. South America, aud west of
rrotn .' Vork
New York, April :?!. Tbe cffe of tha
Brooklyn White lad Cm;.iny. Fulton street,
was roblied on Siturdtv night of In rids to the
amount of from lo ooil to $.VI.Imij of tlie Chi
cago and North Western Railroad.
Pamcah, April 21. A barge ordaining two
bundled and fifty Government bor.-es ruck a
snag between here and Cairo on Saturday right,
and sunk with all on board.
American Express Company,
UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY.
OmcK on the cokneu or Washington axd
Mrrvl.n street. Irlianapiti.
Thr-f !aily Kipres to Xrw York;
Two daily Lxprriwn.to Cincinnati, and
Two da.ly Kxprw to Chicago ail St. LoO;
The aV-vp Conipaais art thf only privilrgsdFxpmsva
tb f..l!nw ine read, vu: .
INDIANA ( KXTKAL: !
LA lAIKTIK til 1 " A (' ;
ixniANAitdds l n;ur:
TK11UK IIAITK A IltClI VON P;
liKLLE FUN TAIN li A INDIAN APUM?.
Mt-rify, pakcp, valuahlf ami frHtrlt carried with
safr-ry ai.d diq.atcb, and in charef of jcial anJ rfiVietit
Notes, Hills and Drafta will he j romj tlr roll.tsd and
rea tyretunn ma.Je. J. BUTTLKHF.I.I), !lr"rit.
Just Ecccivcd and For Sale.
"WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL, AT
NO. 21 WEST WASHINGTON ST..
A LARGE ASSOUTMENI OP G ACDEX HAKES FIlCM
H to 14 tt-tli: (ianlu and DiUrhlnc 5pad-, Garden
a:ni KHrklayern TrowH, Frrk, 2, 3, 4 and a procr:
fiardon and Kailroal Wheelbarrow, Pruning Kohrs and
Shear, IIdg 8hram, Grit.d-tftK , Nail. Hire ajid W ir
Cloth, tv-lting and TackinK Kuoe. A splendid aMrtmeDt
(TTal li and I'.icket Cull ry, togf thcr w ith a Urge and
general aM)rtm"nt f
For Farra-r, Builder, Mchanic. MarhiiiMa and Ran
roads. Jm II VAJll
PERU AND INDIANAPOLIS
Xcw lloute to Olilrno via Kekome.
32 MILKS SHOUTEK TiIAX OTUEU liOLTE.,
OX AND AFTER AIJUL Ifl, train will b
rim a fullowa: "
A Mail Train will leave Indianapolis at 13:00
-t.n at alltatiuii and Diaie tl"r cui.ti'Ttino at KoVomo
with train on the C'itw-innail and tLi co Air Line Ua'.l
rad f..r Iianport. lpfraio and Cnicaco, and arrt
at I'eru at I. M., in lneto make conwefcoti with
train on tbe Toledo and Wfhah kail ay, rou.r taat and
Ki-tnrr.inr, the um tiin will leave Prm at llglö
P.M., makinr Ho ronriiirtinn at KdVmno with tralni
from Cliicasro, and arrive al' Indianapuli at 4:15 A.
in tinie to inak roniH-ctina fur ail Hinta Lat,SmUi
An F.xrtra!:i wi!l lea-e Iniianapoha at 10:10 P.
connect at Kokotno Ith trf tn f'-r C"I.W-C'. at4 arTire at
JVru at 2.g5 A. it., intime in makcntrrtii wab train.
k'"ir.(? Eat and W tV. oa &.ie loltdo and WahahlUil
ketuminz the name traiä will lear Tern at 12 00 V..
after the arrival .f trairia ea T. k W. k. W.froai ibt Eat
and West ainl make cl conr.ertioii at Kokom with
train en the Cincinnati ant ji.? Kai'.waj from tie a;o,
Valparaiso and Itririj...r j attd rrivr at L-xiir.apcn at
4:1 V. M., in tinje to crant wi;h the eTei.inr train. fr
Cincinnati, Itiiville atd j'Lfr yo vt.
Special atteutiijti given to tbe tranP"rta,io; ot live
atxk. pr.lure arid m rxh Iii irnraliy.
inVIÜ MACT, GVneri A?rut arid SuperinUTer.t
Thi'J. P. llArwKV,Gene-ll Tirket Aretit. a; l 3-dl
What is Life ithout Health ?
A Cold it ir.n'.yii r.
A C'UJili i trcwrVnje.
II.arM-e. present peh.
S"r Thrat. ar palafu
I par.t to take, anl o.i effect a ere
2S c-r.uL 1kx, at all tL
the rrn; Sfre.
odi: to woni:(tn L kuaii lei.
Cocrftf aid Colil will ft a.jr,
hometinie. in a fnrle day.
If to the I rar tfr jrow w.ll r
And ret uppite witä TtMilto;
Ton ran n-e u Irtrtj a yon piae.
It never fa.l to J re yoa ease.
Those Granule. Krvierfnl are, I'm .oi..
For they ped;ht e!Teet a UiOina: ear.
CjjT" li cent, j-er box, et all Inxf 5:ore e.
J CX kE HOiRSESS.
I CU&LS HOkC T1DJ0AT.
our. to itit.iMu: Ti ML.ibo,
Oh where caill fiod tbaa.
To the IrvfJ.torr (iquid,
I will peiljrr thn..
I ta a h-:t' h,
Aal I wlh lo e mre
To Lave the 'at rrtLedj
That w lil very oa cur.
TZj 25 cent, per 1ok, atliU the Irux 5ure..
drs. JAiVisorj b Fu;:xi:ousn(
SOUTH MF.KlJUAN fTTREETt