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Train Arrive. !
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-W P. M :40 A V.
8 40 P.M 1130 A.M.
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&20 A. M Kipre US P. X.
8:40 P. M Accommodation 10:43 A.
I lMJI Crr4L BAU.WAI.'
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6.1S A. M 7 15 A. M.
Ü10P. M Mail -1 4 P 31.
7 00 P. il 7i5 P. 3L
MASAroUS ADD COLlmia tUoKT LUr, TU PATTOK.
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7.00 P. U....
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Trhi Lere. Train ArrW.
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10:40 A. M 4-15 P. M
35 P. M 10:55 P. M
TCKAK NACTK BAUJIOAO.
Traina Lrave. Tratn Arrlre.
7 ?0 A.M. 6:10 A. M.
1 V P V .9, y.aV A Ma
40 P. it . ..30 P. M.
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Ooinij Nr.rtb. Uitir Snth,
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4 45 P. M 1 (. . M.
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1035 P. M CbkaKoF-xpn-M 4:10 P. M
IM-1A ArOLU AI MAt'lOM RAlt nOan.
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630 A.M. ...From Freight DcpotJ.... t:0O P. M
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6.30 P. M 5:00 A. M.
11:00 A. M.
1030 A. M.
HMO r. M.
11 .tl A. M.
10:30 a. at.
Cincinnati and way mail ..... .
J. fT r.i!i i'.ir and lu(.-v;lle
Terra Haute way mail
Central way mail
1:40 p. M.
Terre Haute through mail
7:(0 r. at.
6.00 p. m.
7:00 P. at.
6:30 A. M.
6 30 a. at.
6 30 a.m.
Lafayette and Chicago
Rcllcfontaitie way mail
lMlefoiitahie through mall
Central through mail.. ..
Springfield, lllinot.. . . .
JefferaonviUe and Louisville mail 7:30 p. at.
Terre Haute through mail, St. lul. Cairo.... 7:30 p. m.
Lafayette andChiCMKO ftlO A. m.
Lara3clte City and Springfield, Illinois 7:30 p. m.
Mad 1 -on ma 11:30 a. m.
Oniral way mail.. ..... .11:10 a. m.
Central through mail and Washington City.... 6.00 p. m.
Cincinnati and way mail 7:30 p. at.
Thron Kb mail 6:00 p. at
Terre Haute way, Evanville and Vincenne.... 12 45 p. m
Peru lu'.o. A. at
Bellefontaine war and through 7:30 p. at
From the Springtield Republican.
Storming flie ICrdoubt.
A friend of mine, a soMier, who died of
fever in Greece, some years since, related to
J ! J..l T"
me one uay ins experience in oaiue. 1113
story interested me so much th.it I took the
first opportunity of writing it down from
I joined my regiment on the evening of
September 4th. I found the Colonel in the
camp, and be received mc bluntly enough; but
after reading Gen. I3.'s letter of recommenda
tion, he addressed me kindly, and presented
me to my captain, who had ju?t returned from
rri atV t
a rcconnoissance. inis captain, wnoce ac
quaintance I had hardly had time to make,
was a large, dark-complexioned man, with hard
and repulsive features. He had been a pri
vate soldier, and had earned his cross and
epaulettes upon the battle-field. His voice,
which was weak and husky, contrasted
strangely with his giant like figure. I was
told tiiat this weakness of voice was owing to
a shot lie had received at Jena. Hearing that
I was from the school at Fontainbleau, he said,
with an expressive grimance: "My Lieu
tenant died esterday. I understood what
he meant. Ion will lave to take his place,
and you are not fit" A sharp answer came
to my lips, but I held my tongue.
The moon came up behind the fortifications
of Cheverino, (which were at two cannon
shots' frora our camp.) looking large and red
as usual at its rising; but this evening it seemed
to me of extraordinary rize. For an instant
the redoubt showed back against its brilliant
disk, resembling the cone of a volcano at the
moment of eruption. An old soldier who
stood near by, remarked the color of the
moon. 4tItisverv red' said he; "that is a
siitin that we shall have hard work to take that
I have always been superstitious and the
prediction, at such a time, ten.ibly affected
me. I lav down, but could not sleep. I
arose, ami walked back and forth for some
time, watching the long lines of light which
blazed on the bights aloc the village of
Cheverino. When I thought the fresh, bra
cing air ha l ullicienily cooled my blood, I re
turned to the fire, wrapiK tluivsclf iu mv cloak
and shut my eyes, hoping r.ot to open them
till morning. Uiit sleep would not
come to me. Insensiblv, my thoughts took a
uil)onjv turn; I remembered that I had not a
1 r 1 .it 1 1 t 1
V 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bftirttlr filinilnul lift,, JOiil
MUIU nil nil iiiouiip 1111.. nioniiiii iiiuu.miiM
men who coervd that plain. If I were
wounded. I should be itl.iccd in the honital
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, ,1 t 1 t . . t mi 1 .
ftR'l trcatt'tl Cart K'SsH by Unskilled SUrgeotlS.
All that 1 hal ever re.ul or itearti ot surgical
. . 1 t. ; ...1 1 .
OJHT.11101. came u.ick 10 un uimu, tin ucan
beat painfull v, and I involuntaril v arranged
in the fihion of a brea-t-olate the handker
chief and iortilblIo which 1 carrictl in my bo
som. I was very tired, but if I dosed, those
images were continually recurring, and I
awoke with a start of terror. At length
fatigue orcrcarae me, and when the reveille
j beat, I was sleeping soundly. We were drawn
up in line, the rolled wa called, and then our
arms were stacked, and everything promised
a quiet day.
Aliout three o'clock an aid-de-eamp bearing
orders nde out. The troop were summoned j
to arm; and tiie artillerv tlrawn out on the1
t t ;t . n(1.r,,.l J,sWK. nn,l Jn ttv.ntv :
I - . '
minutes saw the advance guard of the ltus- j
mans retire within their fortification. A llv I
wa stationed on our right, and another on j
our at a considerable tUstance in ad-;
t , , , - A. '
vanee of us, who opened a sharp fire upon the (
enemy, which was energetically returned, ami ;
soon the fortifications of Cheverino were lost !
to sight leneath thick chmds of smoke. Our
regiment was almost completely sheltere! ;
' frtm the fire of the Russian by a rie of,
j Their bullets, when they were nimel at u, '
1 which wa seldom, for they firetl chiefly ujon
! the artillery companies, pavel over our head,
; or at iimst threw jnn us earth and stones.
; As jMwui m the order to advance was given,
t my Captain ttirm tl upn me an inipiiringi
' lk, which frcel me to s!nke my nacent j
i moustache with as nonch.nl nt an air a I could '
i .al. (
aMimc. .ni in ia-'I 1 was not ingiuenea; ;
the only anxiety I felt wa let I sIkhiM be j
sU'jH'Cted of fear. The Lirmlc bullet eon-4
tnbutel not a little t pnaluce mv heroic j
calmuets. Vanity whijercl that 1 was in j
f rvat tlangrr, In ing at last umler the fire f a J
atterv, and I was delighted to find mvsclf mi 1
comfitrtable, pnnuising mvm lf the pleasure of
relating the rapture of Cheverino in the
drawing-room, of Madame de Saint Luxan,
in the Rue tie Provence.
Our Co!oticl nsle aUwg the line am! accost i
1," said be, "voti will have a jollv
debutr I smiled complacently,
time for vour
an l with a soldier-like air as I brushed the
sleeve of my coat, which a bullet striking
iome thirty paces off", luul covered with dusL
It seemed as if the Russians perceiTed the
frmll effect of their fire, for they now began 1
to send shells instead of bullets, as being more
likely to tell upon us in our sheltered situation. J
Presently one burst with terrific explosion.
killing a man close bv me, and knocking off
"I congratulate you," said the cap
I picke 1 up mv hat, "you are safe
tain, as l i
r . . i 4
I was not irnorant of the mili
tary superstition which holds that non quis in
idem is a good an axiom for the battle-field
w for a court of justice, and I put on ray hat
with a defiant air, saying as gaily as I could,
"This is rather an unceremonious way of
making a man a salute," which forlorn joke
seemed excellent, considering the circum
stances. I congratulate you," again exclaimed
the Captain; "you will not get a scratch, and
you will command a company this evenirg,
for I shall get my discharge tonlay. Every
time I have been wounded, the officer next in
command ha been struck by a spent lall,"
addetl he in lower tone, as if ashamed of his
superstitious feelings, "their names always be
gan with P." I felt encouraged; most men
would have been, a I was, struck with these
itrophctic words. Novice as I was, I felt that
' could unbosom myself to no' one, and it was
incumbent upon me to appear always coolly
In half an hour the fire of the enemy sensi
bly increased, and w e left out shelter to attack
the redoubt. Our regiment consisted of three
battalions. The second had orders to charge
upon the redoubt from the valley side, the
other two were to make the first attack. I
was in the third batallion. As we emerged
from behind the natural rampart that had
protecteil us, we were greeted with several
discharges of musketry, which, however, tlid
but little mischief in our ranks. The whist
ling of the balls surprised me; I could not help
turning my head, and thus got laughed at bv
my companions, who hal become more famil
iar with the sound. On the whole, said I to
myself, a battle is not so terrible, atler all.
We advanced quickly, preceded by the artil
lery. Suddenly the Russians gave three
shouts, and then were silent and ceasel firing.
"I don't like that silence,4 said my Captain;
"it boles no good." I thought our troops
were somewhat too noisr, and could not help
comparing their tumultuous shouts with the
imposing silence of the enemy.
We soon reached the foot of the redoubt;
the palisades had been broken, and the earth
blown up by our fire. The soldiers rushed in
over the ruins with cries of u Vive C Emptn ur,"
louder than could have been expected from
men who had shouted so much. 1 raisel my
eyes, and shall never forget the spectacle
which met them. The smoke had risen, and
hung like a canopy, twenty-feet above the
redoubt. Through the blue vaior, I saw be
hind the battered parapet the Ilussian grena
diers, with pieces raised, motionless as statues.
I can still see these men, each with his left eye
fastened upon us. the other concealed by his
musket. In an embrasure, a few feet dis
tance, stood a man close by a cannon and
holding a firebrand. I shuddered, for I
thought my last hour liad come. "The ball is
going to begin!" cried our Captain, "good
night." Thev were the last words I heard
him utter. The drums beat in the redoubt;
I saw the muskets lowered; I shut my eyes,
and heard a horrible crash, followed by cries
and groans. I opened my eyes, astonished to
find myself alive; the redoubt was again en
veloped in smoke, and 1 was surrounded by
dead and wounded. My Captain lay at my
feet; ho had been struck in the head by a shot,
and I was covered with his brains and blood.
Of all my company there remained but six
men besides myself.
A moment of stupor succeeded this slaughter.
The Colonel, waving his chapeau on the jtoint
of his sword, was the first to scale the parapet,
shouting, " ViveC Empereur!" and was followed
by all the surviving soldiers. I have scarcely
a clear recollection of what ensued. We en
tereil the redoubt I know not how, and fought
hand to hand in a smoke so thick that we
couM not sec each other. I must have struck
some one, for I found my sabre all bloody.
At last I heard the shout of victor', and the
smoke clearing, I saw the heaps of dead bodies
ami the pools of blood which covered the
ground. The cannon too were almost hidden
by the corpses of those who had fallen. About
two hundred men in French uniform were
standing in disorder, somo loading their mus
kets, others wiping their bayonets, ami with
them were eleven Ilussian prisoners.
The Cjlonel liad thrown himself, pale ami
bleeding, on a broken caisson, near the en
trance. The soldiers pressed around him; I
approached also. " Where is the senior Caj
tainV" he asked of a Sergeant. The Sergeant
shrugged his soldiers significantly. "And the
senior Lieutenant'" "This gentlemen who
arrived yesterday," answered the Sergeant
with perfect coolness. The Colonel smiled
bitterly. "Come, sir," said he to me, "you are
commander-in-chief; see that the entrance of
the retloubt U promptly fortified with these
wagons, for the enemy is in force; however.
Gen. C. will relieve us shortly." "Colonel,"
said I, "you are grievously hurt." "Cut to
pieces, my dear fellow, but the redoubt i ours'.
Winchester (Va.) Cor. N. Y. Tri nne.
Tito Cum of iivn Itlcnkcr.
(Sen. lUenkcr with his st.ifV Arrived lint to day,
en route (or Washington, the (Jenenil. I atn in
f Tine-i, luting been relieved of his fuiiiiii iml,
which is cunii'letelv demoralized, ltienker is a
medium sized, restless, overtering sort of ni tu.
extremelr rude und hoisterous. Himself nnd
st iff stuj'pe! Iicre 11 nilit, and every time they
m tved about the hotel, the clank, clank, clank
of their sword on the floor or over the stairways
tlistuibrd the ret of the pnest.
The hrief sjt.tce itllottevl me wouM not allow
ntiuliin like it recital of the barb rilie and
butcheries of lUetiker'a men, and even should I
recount a Inlf-dozen or so they would scarcely be
credited. While on marches everybody and
everything sulTertd, tongue were cut out ot
cattle, and the poor nnim! left to sutler, and
perh.tp die; as in .my as fifteen plicep and lambs
were sometime stolen in a day, nnd slaughtered;
article of no Talue whaterer to the soldiers were
ctrried off and destroyed, &c. From the highest
oilicer in the command to the lowet the demral
i iti. n wa complete. Matters fintllv arrit el at
such a p is that olliccr in Üie iiviion ten lere!
their resignations in onlcr to esctno the odium
wliich the conduct of Ulenker's men threw upon
them fien. Fremnt eventually ordere! an in-
etiatioii, and it it a'd, but with what truth 1
di not know, that during the examination of
some men ltienker became very Insolent, upon
whkh Kretnont took off his (lllenker s) shoulder
straps atid broke in iwo hi sword. After his
arduous whiky campaign (Sen. l!enker will pro
bably be allowed a long rest.
I'.atnbllaliect In I7H0.
HAKERS PUr.MttM ClHCt)LATF..-PtRE I'ltK
PVKED Ccvoa. It.-oma. rremh. Homeopathic arnl
V Aintt ClwM-.'latf'., arrahte.i rtj'ial In iua!i'v and flavor
I Iii Pana t h"cot.te; have stood tbe tet ef" ever three.
iurter i f a rvntary, and an pri-naunc! by ail bo
have oiK-e ns fhem t he superior to Buy other.
Mamifa. t.irr l ,y w. !Ukr Co , at thrtr M ill, in t-r.
(i'flrt, Wm , f.. 1 sale al their liraixb apot No.
317 I ulioii tr-M t, Nrw York City, and l ytiriaer and
Iw-alrra . i .rally thruayhoui tbe l'iati.
Aiidreaa H. L. PIERCE,
J'ln d.lit- 31? Fulton atre.t, New Yois.
en me: "Well,
Mi INSURANCE COMIMXV,
or iiautfokd. coxa.
Capital Enlarged Jan'y 1, 1860.
CAPITAL I 500000 OO
NET SUKPLCS, (after deducting all
labiUties) . 5l4tl42 30
Erected 1859 Owned by the Co.
ISPEi lAL.UTENTIOXC.rVfcNTOTHE INSURANCE
jj ot tarm property, dwelliti: and out-buildjng. ln
aure ucb buildings or content la a very favorable man
ner, for three or five year.
Lokset i:qtitlably Adjusted and
I'romptljr lald In Cnsh.
Also, Insure tores, warehouse, buildings, or content
and personal property generally, in town or country, at
r-te a low as consistent with btiard taken, and Inland
Insurance against tbe peril of navigation.
WM. HENDERSON, Agent,
Application can be made to JOHN LOSS, who is fully
authorized to transact all buiDes connected with tLe
Agency. faugl.'ei-dly WM. IIENDKRSON.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
AS WON FOR ITS ELP SUCH A RENOWN FOR TnE
cure of every variety of Throat and Lunz Com
plaint, that it i entirely unnecessary for us to recount
tbe evidence of Its virtues, wherever it has been employed.
A it ha Ion teen in constant cae throughout this M-ction
we need not do more tban insure the people its quality la
kept up to the best It ever has been, and that it may b
relied on to do for their relief all it has ever been foand
AYER'S CATHARTIC FILLS,
FOR THE CURE OF
CotiTcne, Jaundice, DyKpepMa, Indigestion, Dysentery,
Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache, Pile, kheumntinn.
Eruption and Skin Disease, Liver Complaint, Propy,
Tetter, Tumors and Salt Rheum, Worms, Oout, Neural
gia, a a IHnner Pill, and tr Purifying tbe Blood.
They are sugar-coated, ro that the. moot sensitive can
take them plea-nntly, and they am th best aperient in
the world for allpurpoae of a family physic.
Price 25 cent per IXox 5 boxe for l
fireat number of Clergymen, Physicians, Statesmen,
and eminent personage, Lave lent their name to certily
tbe unparalleled uefulnesa of tbes remedies, but our
space here will not permit the Insertion of them. Ths
AKents below named furnish frfatl our American Alma
nac In which they are given; with alo full descriptioi a
of the above complaints, and the treatment that should te
ollowed for their cure.
Do not be put ofT by unprincipled dealera with other
preparation they make more profit on. Demand Ayera
and take no other. Tbe ick w.ml tbe best aid there I
f.rtbem, and they should have it.
mi. J. C. AYEK & CO.,
Price, ft per Iloltle; Six Iloltlc, f 5.
A II our reiredie are for sale by
ROBERT DROWNING, Indlanapolla.
AIIJCN A CO., Cincinnati,
And by all druggUta anddealei everywhere.
CAPT. CHAS. H. CROMWELL, PROP'R.
Rreakfast at fiv. A. M., for pasntrera by the niomina;
American Express Company,
UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY.
OIFICE ON THE CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND
Meridian streets, Indianapolis.
Three daily Expresses to New Tork;
Two daily Expresses t Cincinnati, and '
To daily Eipree to Chicago and St.Loui;
Tbe above Companies are the only privileged Expressov
the followinir roal, vU:
LAFAYETTE 4 CHICAC.C;
INDIANAIDUS k PERU:
TERRE HAUTE 1 RICHMOND;
RELLEFONTAINK A INDIANAPOLIS.
Money, pakares, valuables and freight carried with
safety and dispatch, and In charge of special and efficient
Notes Bills and Drafu will be promptly collected and
ready return made J. RÜTTE RFl ELD. Agent.
W. W. I.KATHCai
RO. CABTKB D. I. MKKB. AI
.(tthtnt. Carter Ss Vciifriimt,
BelnR connected with a Military
Aeency at Washington Citv, are
able to It prompt attention to the
collection atid securing of Pension,
Rack Pay of deceased and dlxharced soldier, and all tb
claim and demand aialnt the Government. Perns
reldlnc In any part of tLe Slate may have their claim
secured by addrelrir tbrto and statin? particiilar fully
OftV s Eat W asbir.fton treet. In tbe s-ond bulldlnj
est of tha Court Houe square, Indianapolis, Ind.
Rsraaaacta 4'.ot. Morion, lii.NoMe, Mj.(ien. Wal
lace, Rru.tien. l)ummt,Col.JobDCohurn, Judge perktn,
su prent Court. ap-dly
SCHIEFFELIN BROTHERS & CO.,
And Dealera In fnnry läood, I'er
film erf , Ac.
Also, Afet.t for the aale of lu-fined prtrol ntn, Rloii.'t.a
U'K Oil, sutertor to any Coal O.I. furnished la any
quantities al tbe lel market ratea.
IT AND ITI WILLIAM STREET. NEW VOKK.
TiX'r -fv.-'fö? WVr? .:--s
v i K Jt hi MJt
.T - , """Tier . . l ' ,-fJ iT
r " ' IT- ' T. V.V- gs lm Kt c.'-'" .if
To Destroy Ilats, Itooehes, &c.
To Destroy Mire, Moles, and Ant.
To Destroy lied Bugs.
To Destroy Moths in Furs, Clothes, &c.
To Destroy Mosquitoes and Fleas.
To Destroy Insects on Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy Insects on Animals, &c.
To Destroy Every form and species of
"ONLY IXFALLIIDLE REMEDIES KNOWN."
EVERY FOUM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike all others) arc
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Hats do not lic on the premises."
"They come out of their holes to die."
"They are the only infallible remediesknown."
"12 vears and more established in New York
Utnlby- the City Post Olliec.
I'scd by the City Prisons and Station
Vtstd by the City Steamers, Ships, .c.
Ward by the Citv Hospitals, Alms-IIouscs.
UM hy the City Hotel? 'Astor,' 'St.
I'sed ly the Boarding Houses, &c, &e.
WW mm .1 . . . y-v .
i srd oy more inanoOjOOU private lamiiies.
t Se one or lico Specimens of what is
everytchtre said by the People Editors
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with ver
min neel be so no longer, if they use "Cor
tar's "Exterminators. We have used it to our
satisfaction, and if a box cost S5 we would
have it. We had tried poisons, but they ef
fected nothing; but "Costa it's" article knocks
the breath out of Ilats, Mice, Roaches and
Bed-Rugs, quicker than we can write it. It
is in great demand all over the country.
Medina TO. Gazette.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are de
stroyed annually in Grant County by vermin
than would pay for tons of this Rat and Insect
Killer. Isjncaster ITiV. lit raid.
HENRY R. COSTAli We are selling
your preparations rapidly. Wherever they
have been used, Rats, Slice, Roaches and
Vermin disapjear rapidly.
EcKK.u & Stouffer,
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
"CostarV Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator.
"Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator.
"Costar's" Electric Powder, for Insects' &c.
In 23c. 50c. and Si Boxes, Bottles and
Flasks?, $3 and S3 Sizes for Planta
tions, Ships, Boats, Hotels, &c
CAUT10X! To prevent the public from
being imposel upon by Spurious and Highly
Pernicious Imitations, a new label has been
prejared, bearing a facsimile of the Pro
prietor's signature. Examine, each box, bot
tle or flask carefully before purchasing, and
take nothing but "COSTAR'S."
tZ'JT So!d fvcryiclure bv
All Wholesale f)nur,uisT9 in the
Some of 1 he
WHOLESALE AGENTS IN N, Y. CITY.
ShielK'lin Bros. & Co.
B. A. Fahnestock,
Hull & Co.
A. B. k I). Sands &
Wheeler k Hart.
James S. Aspinwall
Morgan k Allen.
Hall, Ruckol & Co.
Thomas & Fuller
P. 1). On is.
I Iurral,Rislcv& Kitch
Bush. Gale k Robinson
M. Ward, Close k Co.
McKisson & Robbins.
I). S. Barnes & Co.
F. C. Wells k Co.
Lazclle, Marsh k Gard
ner. Hall, Dixon & Co.
T. Dvott & Cv.
Robert Shoemaker &
B. A. Fahuestoek &
French, Richardis. Co.
Ceo. C. Goodwin & Co. I Weekes & Potter.
M. S. Burr & Co. Jno. Wilson, Jr.
Also, all Wholesale Dkuooist at
ST. I.OI I-, Vo.,
Ii: i IIOI I', Ulrli..
LM IM II I I., K .
t 1 IWATl, Ohio,
PI Tl Mil IKill, !.,
Ill' 1 FA I.O, M. V.
Druooists, Grocers, Storekeepers and
Retailers generally in all Country
Towns ami Villac.es
UN IT KI) STATES
And by the Drugoists, SToitr.KEF.rTR. and
Country Deai.erh can order a alsove,
()ral'lressortlers direct or it Prices, Terms,
he, i desired, s-nl tor 1M62 Circular,
jmin red uce 1 Price to
11 i:uv It. ( OS! u.
Principal ?)epot Xo. 312 nnxvlwa;
(Opjxjaitc the St. Nicholas Hotel,)
lUfhül .IrodA wrii .Sn i
C IC J0L? J
1862 onsssss 1862
VLL PERSON rURCHSINO TICKETS FORST.
JlSKI H and other point in Northern Misaoart, Ue
Kate of Kan.sAS or the Trrritorie, should hülst co tar
lag ticket that read by tbe
OUTII .TIISSOL III IIAILItOAD,
Tbe on! rail route from St. Louis to St. Jocph. It is tbe
shortest and quickest line, hy thirteen hours, to the re
motest point reached by rail, aud i alwavt a cheap as
any other. Buy your Ticket to Kau and ail ovinia in
Northern Missouri by the North Mi- ori Railroad.
ISAAC H. STURGEON,
Pres't at.l Geti'l SupL North Missouri R. R.
HENRY H. SIMMONS, General Traveling A-enl.
:iaaa 2. JT'VJk savsa.se
Two Trains Daily. Sundays Excepted
8:40 P. V
4:45 A. M
S 45 A. M
V1WVK TRAINS STOP FOR THE ACCOMMODATION
of paaoeuaTr at SoutLport, Greenwood, KrankUo,
Ldmhurgh, Columbus, making connecüona at symour
w ith trains on tbe Ohio & Missisippt Road, and at Louis
ville with train on tbe Louisville. Frankfort & Lexington
and Louisville and Nashville Road.
Frs ight trainleave daily. Freight promptly forw arded.
OlT.cc, Madison Depot, Wrt side.
A. S. CAROTHERS, Superintender.t.
J. O. Wbitcohb. Freiuht Atcent. apl'ttt dly
P. G. C. HUNT,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
32f EAST tlAHKI.r Nriii:i;i,
INDIAN APOI.IS Nr.
"CHEAPER AM) RETTER IN
1 j STHCMENTS than were ever
riOaCra in tili m rk at Vr air
Viii 1 va lis lUI' aaa a. aai s . g -
rangemeot with Eastern IImio
nianulacturer are stich that I can
furi isth all order 'Z't per tent.
cheaper than any dealer in tue West, and I arrant t beta
superior lt;mtlf.'. Only for cash.
Call an.1 see at Mr.r II. Talt'olt A Co'aJewelry
Store, No. 24 W ahil:;tn strt et.
PIANOS. MELODEONS, ORGANS, t.UITARS, VIOLINS,
ACCORDEONS. Ac, TP I AND REPAIRED.
Havini; had over twenty tr' eperi tfe the public
can be assured that tl ey now have a b'ttr opportunity
than tlo-v generally meet with to bae their Instrument
put In peVtVct order. H. SCHON ACKKK.
To Officers of the Army.
JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
sural! mt.rn norui.t: spi
For field, (Hirubility and power they supersede
For sale by SEMM0X3, Optician.
Of the greatest t:ansnrent j)wer, of new im
provement properly atljuttl to the cat e.
Orders from the country, with particulars,
promptly attended to.
Repairing pettily done with Jipatch.
SKM MÖNS. Optician.
oct29 Xo. !2.'. South Illinois street.
305 V 30? ItHOAOWAV,
CORNER OF FRANKLIN ST R EET,
f J1HIS firt cla houe the most quiet, homelike, and
X pleasant hotel lr. the city offer superior Induce
Dient to tho visiting New Tork for business or pleasute.
It is central in It l.x-ation, and kept on the EUROPEAN
PLAN, in connection with TIYLOR'S SALOON, where
refreshment can le had at all hour, served In their own
room The charge are moderate, the room and at
tendance of the first order baths and all the modern con
veniences attached. utatl2-I3m
powKiis's 1 1 or 1:1,,
(fOBMEBLT rati r's.)
Opposite the A at or House and Park, New York,
imiici: or iioAuii 1 .v 11:11 day.
f llHIS lonit established and popular bouse has recently
t'een rebuilt and rreaily riiUr;e.l by the addition of
over 100 rootns.atid nrw bat accomtnoiatioiis for over 300
nersons. It ha also heen thoroughly renovated and re.
furnished, and I heated hy steam and lighted by gas
throughout. Tbl hotel ha one of tb hest locations n
the city, I eay f sercs from all the steamboat and
railroad leading to the city, and i convenient to all tbe
city conveyance. It ha now atl the requisite of a first
cla hotel. Insuring the comfort of It Inmates. The
patronire of the traveling public i ret-ttfutlr solicited.
Term f I 50 per day. IL L. ItlWERS,
IMMLMATtLY OI'l'OaiTE LMN lOPor,
II. Wllir.lOlli;, Proprietor!
W, D. SAI P, Clerk,
IS not open for the accuitnolatiou of tbe traveling
public. The house has lwn thoroughly renovated
and furtiM.ed from top to bottom. nii31
CO MM ISS ION MERC HA NTS.
.J IZ .TOIINSON,
General Commission Merchant,
Dealer III Flour, rnln, und fill kind j
of Country Prodiire; Wine and
l,lquort, Clgnr, Tobacco, At.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, J37 SOUTH SECOND ST.. i
Adrnnre mnde on Coniriimrnl .
200 Recruits Wanted
llcviiilli 1 11 fa 11 try,
MAJOR J. W. CORDON
Isautbnnied tora!e In Indiana.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS BOUNTY. I
AT FROM IIS TO ttl TER MONTH, WITH RA
I n', JTaner, mmicai BTtrn'iapc, ac , coro
riete. All boenllt will at on b clcthed, iUl
andfrovided Ith everj thing tsM-ntial to their comfort
by toe Government.
The term rfenlttment t Three Vrnn. Pay to
commence from date of enlistment.
Nona hut ate.bo1ied single men, between tbe ag.sof
1 and & sears, need apply.
Recruiting Rendet vou lis Sfetigs r's new building, N.
MEast WahitiKton Street, ayljolnmg (Ml Fellows' Hall.
D. R. Con, Firm! iJrut-nai.t
Eleventh Infantry, kecraitlt.gOfiicer.
P ATE ET T S
ORTAINED FOR NEW INVENTIONS OF EVERT
description. cotttlngetil en aacoesa. Nopal
em no pay. Send for Circular, giving term, direction.
At. Address AMOS IWtOADNAX.
ntsla-dlt Paterl Attorney, Wah;rgtr, D. C.
TT. AIK Rr.CF.ITINtl DIRECT FROM THI MAM
f UFACTORT la er.rr vartetr and stvl of cm
thoe Celebrtated ' a 1 1 h m aalr lte.
A genuin Walthaa Wauhcosti lest to bay and will
last much longer than fureifn made watches of the sanxi
A genuine WaUhaia Warth la a durable, reliable and
accurate time-keeprr. We had rather warrant a WiliLio
Watch for fiv years, than tha ordinary Et ghsh or Swiaa
Waube. for fi year.
A genuine Walthsra Witcbl tbetst for railroad men,
the best for farmers, la fact the be toe everybody ta
want of a time-keeper. We get our Waithatn Watcbes
direct from tbe manufacturer, and every Watch ts war
ranted to give entire satisfaction.
In sending f r a f .en ulne Wnllhittti Watch
you run uo risk, de.r.le the tj le of ca th watrh
1 sure to keep time. Sond fcr a llt tf prices.
Our stock of Sa ls W auhes aid Jewtlrv is eery large.
Composition lupine W atcbes, f.1 41 tofSMI. Cot po
si Men Hontinr fased W atcrra, f M to f. 7S. Silver
Hunting Cased Watches, f 7 CO U til. S.lver lull Jew
eled Va!( he, f ß .V) to M.
Pur C,in S.lveri Ware; Stirer Piated War. Clocks,
Ac, Ac. Waubs, Clock and Je-ry refaired and
wananted. V. P. IIIX.HA T A( ().,
20 East Washinfion treet,
apr7 Ii.a.auaMit, IoJiana.
Iii(1i:ui;ipolit nnd Tlncliwon
Union lH )Kt, I:i'iianap4li, at 12.30 P. M. daily, lor
Madison, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Till I the shortest railway line to Cincinnati and Louie
ville cotihntii.g at Madisoo with the United States Mail
line steatm r. arriving at Cincinnati in time to con
lHct 1(.h tbe Ksprrta Train on tti little at .anil rallroatd
leaving at 7 vMotk A.M., for the East, and Ly tb Ken
tcckr Ortral Railroad for the South, and at Louisville
ab..ut 11 P. M.
R. turt.iiiL'. leave f.t climatl daily at 12 M., by the al.ora
ateaiiMrs, and aio by the Madison packets. For. t Ques t
and Prior ) arnving at ViaJisoii in titne to n.tinect with
the PasM-r.rff r Train leaxioa: at 8 A. M., ai.4 arr.viHg at
Indianapolis at 1VZ0 A. M., niaklng conttectiora with
all tram leaving for the East, West, and North.
For the accommodation of w ay pamrngrrs a Car wi;
run hi coinwctioii with tbe Freight Train daily, Ifavtiig
Indiara;!is at A.U whlih train r main some time at
each station, afTordir.g paseigrrs an opportunity for tba
truiioaciioti of bu.ur., arriviut; al North Msdi.ou at 2:00
Fare to Cinrlnnntl, or rinrlnnatl to
ludlnnnpolltt, 13 OOi To
l.oulwvllle, f3 AO
No charge for meals or sate-rHm on the steamers, cr
for bauvaire or omnit-n at Madison.
Taritf of 1 reicht as low as by any other rout.
Shippt r and merciiat.t W est'wlll End It to their Inter
est to travel o.er and h!n br this line.
ap2C-dlf. D. C Ld&ANUAM, Superintendent.
f pilE UNITED STATES DTE-UOCSE, SO. ii SOUTH
JL ilhn&it street, Indianapolis, Indiana,
JOSEPH HARRIS, Prop.
At this old and wrll-knorn establishment, tbe ladiea
can have silk arid woolen good dyed ii permanent and
beautiful color; and gents' garments thoroughly renovg
ted and repaired, aa good aa when new, at lower prloea
New and second-hand clothing bought and sold; alio,
a paticular branch in the bulnea denominated floe draw.
Ing billiard table cloth, or tear in any garment can bm
ao wrought that It can not bs visible to tb naked eya.
Ce. Country orders punctually attended to.
No connection with any other house in this city.
Remember the place, No. 3s bouth Illinois atreet.
febs JOSEPH HARRIS.
ode to uonDruri L c;iiA?ti Lr.s.
t'ouRhs and Colds will go away,
Sometimes in a single day.
If to the lrug Store you will go
And get supplied With TusailsKf.;
You can use It fieely a you please,
It never fad to give yoq ease.
Those Granules wonderful are, I'm sure,
ror they sprrdily enVct a la-ling cure.
tOT W cents per boa, at all lung Motes.
HK AN DK'S
CURES SORE THROAT.
ODi: Til llltt III; Tl NMI.At.O.
W UNDER IX L GRAN U LE S.
Ob' where ran I Lud Uiein,
To the Imig More g ji k.
I will penlüy t-y tl.rm;
( hav a bad Coosh,
Aad I wlb to be sure
To hae the lwt remedy
Tuat w ill ter S4M.D cur.
lj 25 Cent per !, at all tbe I'ig Slotea.
I H A N I) K S T 17 S S I L A G O
CURES ASTHMA AND IRONCHIT1S.
ttT '1'' ''J DruKt.ts. 55 tent hot.
HKANDK'sS TUSSI LAGO
I I1asnt to the Tate Chil lren cry for It.
Ti kanITk' st Ü S S I LAG(F
CI RES IKail lNG CoUGH AND CROUP.
XdjT S"ld by all IruKi-ts. V, cents a boa.
H U AND E S T U S S 1 L A G O
CURES Ctll . IIS AND C)IJS.
frj .HoU by all limrrtsts. tb rent a boa.
ACENT. ' '
Islrcirr I'. Wcirlliinlon,
NO 4 I4TH1RTEFNTII STREIT, ONE l-DOHIkOMr.
HAVING LEEN ENGAGED 1 OR A N UM RPR OF
years in the ul-m nt of u h Claims in on) of taa
G'f-rr.m"nt OT.crs, ffmn whih h has withdrawn,;
oftVr to attend t claims of ary at 1 rvl that may b entrost
et 1 to hint, such a those for pen.Ki, Ittunty, Arrears of
Pay, Surl.teie, Trati'i-ifUlbs-i, Clothii.g, and parte
ularly fr hrsr, aiM t.iher profwrty .t or destroyed la
the United States service, iitrlu l.ngresa f imprearat)t.
We are m a4ai!itr l w.th Mr. Worta ngton. and
cheerfully tetifv that we knw no Agmt In Wash'cgto
on whom rlatmant ran Bu r c-nfl l'ti'ly rly tbaa t
bira to contact tbir busjr-. with Integrity, capacity ari
seal. Signed bv
HON. JOHN D. MrPHF.RSON,
Asst. So!ic!tr.f of U. S. CouM ef Clstms.
HON. CHAS. R.CS.LV1 KT.
H iMi of KpreeataUve.
Rf V.SMITH PY N E, D- D. ,
U)U W. t RANDOLPH.
CbUf Clerk U. S.Tra.nrsraOc
I fully Indors) tb. above te.Hmor,tal, and ehrfary
an1 rmitVdely recommend Mr. Wonting too t my brwth
er o"f.cer and W1ier In Kotuky and eUewher. aa4
to all other having claim er,nt tb (iffnt. Prob
ably no man ha a more tbrrafh knowledge af War
Cla tnathaa Mr. W., and foriral atvl lute citv b hat o
a superl.r. T. . K EkETT,
apr7-Dn Capta n, AdjuGeDtiraJ'a WpL
"Tvxr BaDaC nrjiiio
r i y i: ir v tad I r: ,
"74TO. 1 Pass pearl street, kalf a sqtitf wtk af Was.
1 Ingion street, tiwevn Meiidua aud Peaasylvaai
streets, la rear of Glenn's M'a-fc. Iniiaiiarl!4.
ari.dtf UK wiiJClmN, Prepew