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The .North t extern Campaign.
A Journal of the Eighteenth Indiana Regiment.
BT WALTER 8TA!JLET.
The Eighteenth Regiment of Foot Indi
ana Volunteers was mustered into the United
States service, for the period of three years
at Indianapolis, August 16th, 1861. Colonel
Thomas Pattison was chosen by the unanimous
vote of the Regiment. Henry D. AVa?hburn
was elected Lieutenant Colonel, and C. D.
Thomas JIajor. Our Adjutant sported the
fashionable, and highly aristocratic title ' of
Hlamvh G ATo.jV'1 Tlirinff in 1 rrv 1 1 1 r n 1 tViA
wiui-c v. üiauiuu. im"";, luuviunu mc
gallant 18th, and her commanders, I will now
proceed without further ceremony.
August 1 7th, we received 44 marching orders"
for Missouri, Our own dear, but erring sister,
now doubly dear to us from having been con
secrated by the hearts-blood of the first and
bravest martyr of the West. "With a cheer,
wc flung a parting ki.s to old Indiana, drew
th laming gw(ml of libert v and gwore tiat j
, . :, ;, , ... ,f
foo had emigrated to the 4 Styx n and 44 the
Flag of the free heart's hope and home kiss
ed the breeze from our own blue lakes, to
the Tlio-Grande, and from the Atlantic to her
twin sister on the West. The boys were till
in fine spirits generally : Whisky was in pret
ty good demand, and lager beer disappeared
with a rapidity truly marvelous. But every
thing in this) world must come to an end sooner
or later, and this, according the general rule
was drawing to a close, from the fact that it
was time for us to leave. The cars were wait
ing, and now comes a scene to which we look
back with mineled sorrow and pleasure. 'Tis
tiwimnr rrliirK d!nrrj tri lio il t-
. . . . . ..m ..
ihji.iht. w i 'cni ic nil 11c
loves. 1 erhaps a tear has sealed a parting
kiss, but he steps aboard with a light heart,
the engine whistles the bell rings and he is
Now amid whirl of excitement, the rattle
and era h of the train, rises the rude, wild
4 song of the volunteer."
We are going to the war
And may never more retnrn,
Onr mothers, and our iters
And sweetheart too will mourn
Our hattlc cry is " Liherty "
To die we do not mind,
Here's to thee old Indiana
And the " girls we leave behind"
We have no wild ambition,
Nor do we live to rule;
We kneel to no proud tyrant
Of Despotism's school;
Let merit, truth and honor
Onr hearts forever bind,
And our love for Indiana
And the "girls we leave behind. "
Our flas, as yet nnsuthed.
Shall proudly kis the breeze
When 'reath the sol we moulder
Xo more the brand to seize.
Then on the field of battle
To fallrn foe be kind
Here' a cheer for Indiana
And the girls we leave behind.
Aug. 19th we arrived at St. Iouis, and
went into camp at Lafavette park. It had
received the poetical name of Camp Jessie,"
as a compliment to the wife of the I Jock v
lountain-Ranger. It wa the prettiest camp
r. ... . ,
we ever saw in Mioun. Charles 1 ureeil
made his 44 debut here as 44 Drill Master for
: the Eighteenth. He was a fine military man,
; and could handle a Sword, Musket, Battal
j ion, or a bottle of Brandy in the most ex
quisite manner. Hut the poor fellow had too
i many enemies, and was finally hissed otT the
, stage. ,
Aug. Sth, the orders came to pull up
; stakes and go to Jefferson City. All was bus
! tie and confusion, tenU were finaHv struck,
! and we were at last stowed awar on the cars
in the same manner a anv other kind of
... i- t Air trmnmlnrr j,nl rnJun-r
; l,Te -vltt r thumping ami crashing
. along the road until lloCkxk A. M. the
qxt dav , we stent olT the cars and took a
. . , . . , ,-. . ... .
j P00"1 Iook at JeflVrwn C ity. It will 1 a waste
i ot time for me to attempt a description. ;
i Everylody knows how the Capital of Mis-;
j fouri looks, and if any 44 down-rater" feels
j his curiosity awakened I advis? him to call j
I and satisfy himself. Wo encamped one mile
i above town on the river, or lank as I should !
I sav. v mie nere we nan a pretty iireir time
of it. Dress Parade and Bittalion Drill were
the standing orders of the day. Nothing of
interest occurred, if we except a few deaths
from accidental shooting, and a cjuarrvl. in
which our Sergeant Major Davis was killed.
Sejt 15th, we received marching order
for Boonville, and started next day in the
evening we found ourselves in Tipton, We
drew three day'i rations of 11am and Pilot
Bread, and took up our line of march for
Hoonville. At sun.et wc were on the road,
and about the same time it commenced to
rain. The night was as dark as the shadow
of despair, the rain poured down in perfect
torrents and the roads soon became next to
impassible. At 12 M. we filed to the left into
a Wheat field and bivouced for the remain
der of the night. The next day we went into
Boonville with flying colors, and took up our
quarters in the City. We had a lively time
in that Queen City of tho West, and by way
of killing time, spent the greater part of the
night in discussing the generous qualities of
44 Native ' Catawba anS old Ilye. On the
22d we stept aboird the War Eigle and Iat
an, for Glasgow. The expedition was com
posed of the Eighteenth and Twenty-Second
Indiana, and commanded by Lieut Col. Hen
dricks of the 22nd. On the evening of the
23d, a detachment of ddrmishers landed for
the purpose of reconoitering. The idea of
the commander, seems to have been, to throw
a force in the rear of the town, and then run
up and attack the front from the river. By
some mismanagement, the two parties came
in contact, and each taking the other for the
enemy, opened a simultaneous and murderou?
fire on their comrades. The loss on both
"des was severe. This unfortunate aflair put
an end to the expedition. The next day the
44 18th" went up to Cambridge, and captured
the rebel steamer Sunshine. With heavy
hearts, we now returned to Boonville, and
went into camp one mile and a lialf above
Nothing of interest occurred till the 26th,
when we received marching orders for
Georgetown. We arrived on the 29th, and
went into camp two miles to the westward of
town. I his was the most unlucky
were ever in.
Scarcely one-fifth of the regi
for dutv in two weeks time.
ment were lit tor uutv m
Many died from the effects of measles and
improper medical attendance.
October 4. We struck tents and raised a
cheer for Otterville. We arrived some time
that niht,and the next day we staked ofTour
camp, and 44 pitched tents." This was chris
tened 4 Camp Annie Davis." Cold, rainv,
autumnal weather now set in, and nearly
struck a death blow to the young Eighteenth.
Badly crippled from sickness as we were, and
with drooping spirits, we marched away to tbe
merry notes of the fife and drum, for Spring
field, on the 19th.
This was our first march of any importance,
and the single hope of meeting Gen. Price
was all that cheered us on. On the 25th we
passed through Warsaw, crossed Gen. Fre
mont's celebrated pontoon bridge over the
Osage, which was nearly knee deep at this
oint, but rapidly falling. The bridge was
iuilt of logs laid crosswise on heavy stringers,
and was a very respectable day's work for
fifty men, if volunteers, or a hundred, if old
regulars. So much for Fremont's bridge.
The seme evening an order came for us to go
into camp nine miles from Quincy. On the
28th the army moved on to Humansvillc.
(?en. Davis remained behind, from indisposi
tion, guarded by companies G and II, of the
18th. In a couple of days Davis came up,
and with a cheer we took the double quick
for Springfield. At midnight we halted, and
bivouaced in the woods. We were on the
road bright and early next morning, and
marched on until 10 o'clock halted, drew
and cooked some rations, and at four were on
the road again. Despatches were coming iu
thick and fast from Fremont, calling on us for
the love which we had for the Union to come
to his assistance at once. The enemy were
atwut to attack him with an overwhelming
November 4. The news pased along the
line that Fremont was superseded. On the
evening of the 5th we marched into town,
ami bivouaced in the suburbs, resting on our
arms. Fremont had been susperscded, and
there were fears of a general insurrection
among his followers. The next day Fremont,
attended by his trusty body guard, rode out
of town. I will not attempt to discribo the
scene, nor criticise the conduct of the Admin
istration for removing liim. November 8th,
our scouts reported the enemy on Wilson's
creek. The order was given to march at
daylight next day, as we supjiosed to the lat
ADIEU TO f PRINGFIELIK
Farewell, ye lofty, rude Ozarks,
We march to meet the traitorV band,
O'er loundlcss plains, o'er snow-capped hills,
O'er rapid streams and burning sands.
We sought him on Missouri's banks,
And followed far o'er hill and dale;
Though death has thinned our gallant ranks,
Wc still are on the traitor's trail.
Aye, while a Hornier lives to breathe,
And freemen dare to meet a foe,
Well follow on o'er tropic ands,
Siberian wastes or polar snow.
And still as onward moves our band,
Our b.ittlc cry shall cheer the brave,
Though death should follow, hand in hand,
We'll fing it o'er secession's grave.
The dying soldier's eye shall flash,
When last he hears that shout so free,
And waging high his broken blade,
Sfiall, dving, whisper Liberty.
In the morning we were ready for the
march. But what was our surprise at seeing
the head of the column take the road for Ot
terville. We had marched over that long
and cheerless road with light hearts, for we
had an object in view. We had left our sick,
dead, and dying at every town, ttrcam, and
farm-house, without a murmur, for we had
cherished the proud hope of speedily aveng
ing their fate of hurling the terrible ven
geance of lead ami steel on the dastardly as
sassin who never dared to meet us on the
open field, ami dispute the possession of what
they were pleased to term the 44 sacred soil of
Missouri," in their militirv bulletins and bac-
lian harangues. That hope had withered,
ith drooping spirits and weary steps we
marched away for Otterville. A e marched
through Warsaw on the 1 6th, and arrived at
Syracuse on the 18th. We had returned by
easy marches, and encamped about one mile
to the westward of town. Camp life is too
common to be interesting in any sense of the
expression, as many a volunteer will admit.
We will therefore step behind the scenes for
a fewtlays, and leave the volunteer to enjoy
Linielf the best way he can.
November 24. We received marching or
ders for 44 parts unknown," and proceeded
forthwith to make the necessary preparations.
A few hours march brought us to the Lamine,
where we tucauiped for the night. Our Gen
erals, after sleeping on the prospects of the
campaign, came to the very sensible and truly
praiseworthy conclusion to counter-march.
A council of war was called, and on the 2th
wc came to an "about face," and executed
the well known military movement of 44 for
ward march." That night we 44 pitched tent"
near our old camp, and made a lew excellent
preparations for remaining there until tbe
next general order should make its appear
ance. December 5. Tlmt order came in tbe
shape of a suggestion that in i consequence of
the cold weather wluch was forthcoming, the
troops in the vicinity of the Lamine would
do well to proceed to that stream, and erect
suitable winter quarters on its well wood?d
banks. The suggestion was at once acted
upon, and in a few days all hands were en
pged in felling trees and taking out clap
boards. On the evening of the 14th, some of our
scouts rode into camp and reported a large
rebel force as organizing on Blackwater. In
a moment everything was astir, and by nine
o'clock Gen. Pope's divi.-fon was on the road.
We bivouaced that night at Smithfield, or
Smithton, or Smithville, a little one-horse
town about equi-distjyit from Otterville and
Georgetown. The next morning we were
on the road by daylight. The roads and
weather were excellent, and the bracing au
tumnal breeze of the western prairie added
elasticty to the steps, and a richer tint to the
glowing cheeks of health. But the soldier
who made that march needed both. A "forced
march" would convey but a feeble idea of
the one I arn attempting to describe. When
we halted, the evening of tbe third day, com
pany 44B.," the crack company of the 18th,
could muster only thirteen men, all told.
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try, and its steadily increasing popularity for a series of
years strongly guarantee its efficacy and valuable char
acter, and comtnend it to the favorable notice of an intel
Manufactured only b v TARRANT k CO. , No. 279 Green
wich street, corner of Warren street. New Tork; and for
sale by Druggists generally. Jy"-dly
TO THE afflicted:
0CT0R LAWRENCE, after an extensive practice of
ten years in IUltimore, which he left lor a tour
taroagh Europe, where be. remained two years now re
turns with his mind richly stored with scientific knowl
edge and research. The first six months was Mnt in the
Liverpool Infirmary for diseases of the eye and ear, after
w hich he availed himself of a thnrouzh course of inves
tigation in the Queen's Hospital, London, where the most
wnndeTful cures are da3y effected. The Doctor's treat
ment of Chronic Diseases is entirely different from that
marked out by the superannuated fathers of medicine, so
called. It Is not confined to the routine sjstein of any
bigoted party, but enraces a systrm of practice, cot
only sound and rational, but truly scientific in it meas
ure. Afer many solicitations from physicians and others of
thia rtate. the Doctor bas consented to make the Slate of
Indiana hi permanent abod. He will viait anr town in
the State !?t rennest of sir or more of its ciuzena. and
treat all cases presented with a success seldom atta!tvl.
U.'s examination will Fe made with r;reat care, ar.i his
opinion piven freely And frankly, and rmoi-r rmr,i,
thereby tavin? expere, and satisfying the mtnds of the
patterns and friends.
To ladiea who are Incapable of bearing healthy efT
fpring, from deformity or otherwise, w:l rtnl hia advice
invaluable. OUr interesting and important advice will
be civen to married ladiea, as hi opp.rtultie have been
nch that all the intricate cases of female complaint
have been fully comprehended, and the causes of the dis
eases trnlr ascertained, rendering his opinions correct,
and hisad'wk-a and prerription cabaabie.
See circulars f jT particular, which w ill be distributed
in every town and hamlet in tb Stat. Headquarters
Spencer Hone, Indianapolis lud. Iyli-d6m
. UQYi tJR 8lLK..Inaa!rei,f
I J sepa-iUw ücKEünan k pierce.
-Rats, Roiches, &c
-Mice, IMoles, and Ants.
-Moths in Furs, Clothes, &c.
-Mosquitoes and Fleas.
-Insects on Plants and Fowls.
-Insects on Animals, &c.
Every form and species of
4OXLV INFALLIIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN."
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike all others) are
4'Free from Polon?."
4Not dangerous to the Human Family."
uRats do not die on the premises."
44They come out of their holes to die."
"They are the only infallible remedies known."
"12 years and more established in New York
lud by- the City lVt Office.
Used by the City Prisons and Station
Used by the City Steamers, Ships, &c.
Used by the City Hospitals, Aims-Houses,
Used by the City Hotels 4Astor 4 St.
Used by the Boarding Houses, &c, &.c.
Used by more than 50,000 private families.
f3T See one or two Specimens of what is
evertwhere said hi the People Editors
7l6X;SEKEEPERS troubled with vcr
min need be so no longer, if they use "Cos
tar's "Exterminators. We have ued it to our
satisfaction, and if a box co.st S5 we would
have it. We bad tried poisons, but they ef
fected nothing; but 44 Co.sTA it's" article knocks
the breath out of Rats, Mice, Roaches and
Bed-Bugs, quicker than we can write it. It
is in great demand all orer the country.
Medina O. 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. Lancaster H'i.") Herald.
HENRY R. COSTAU We are selling
vour preparations rapidly. Wherever they
have been used, Rat?. Mice, Roaches and
Vermin disappear rapidly.
Ecker & Stouffeic,
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
"CostarV Rat, Roach, &e. Exterminator.
"CostArV Bed-Bug Exterminator.
" CostarV Electric Powder, for Insects' &c.
In 25c. 50c. and Si Boxes, Bottles and
Flasks, S3 and S5 Sizes for Planta
tions, Ships, Boats, Hotels, &c.
CAUTI0X! To prevent the public from
being imposed upon by Spurious and Highly
Pernicious Imitations, a new label has been
prepared, bearing a facsimile of the Pro
prietor's signatured Examine, each box, bot
tle or fla?k carefully before purcliasing, and
take notluns but "COSTAR'S."
tiT Sjtd everywhere by
All Wholesale Druggists in the
Some of the
WHOLESALE AGENTS IN N. Y. CITY.
B. A. Fahnestock,
Hull & Co.
A. B. & I). Sands &
Wheeler & Hart.
James. S. Aspinwall
Morgan k Allen.
Hall, Ruckel & Co.
Thomas & Fuller
P. D. Orvis.
Hurral,Riley & Kitcb
Bush, Gale k Robinson
M. Ward, Close & Co.
McKisson & Robbins
D. S. Barnes & Co.
F. C. Wells & Co.
LazelIe,Marh & Ganl
Hall, Dixon & Co.
T. W. Dvott & Co.
Robert Shoemaker &
B. A. Fahnestock &
Geo. C. Goodwin & Co.
M. S. Burr & Co.
Weekes & Potter.
Jno. Wilson, Jr.
Also, all Wholesale Druggists at
st. i,oi;in, .'to.,
loi isvili.i:, Kr.,
( i( lAT, Jliio,
ii rxMitriCfiii, iit.,
Ill F F I., A. V.
Druggists, Grocers. Storekeepers and
Retailers generally in all Country
Towns and Villages
TO.IILIXSOIV sV cox,
W. B. VICKERS,
And bjthe Druggists, Storekeepers and
Country Dealers can order a above,
Or addre? orders direct orif Price?, Terms,
cVc, is desired, fend for 18C2 Circular,
giving reduced Prices to
IIEaVRY R. COSTAR.
Principal Depot No. 512 Broadway
(Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel,)
mch3 1 -d eodJkw e i s
A LL PERSONS PUKCHASINO TICKETS FOR ST.
J JOSEPH aad other points in Northern Mivsourt. th
Mate of Kansas, or the TetTitoriea, should insist on hav
ing tickets that read by the
The only rail route from St. Louis to St- Joseph. It Is th
shortest and quickest line, by thirteen hoars, to the re
motest point reached by rail, and is always as cheap as
any other. Buy your Ticket to Kansas ami ail point la
Northern Missouri by the North Missouri Railroad.
ISAAC H. STTRGE0X,
Pres't and Gen'l Snpt. North Missouri R. R.
HENRY 11. 8IMM0NS, General Traveling Agent.
Two Trains Daily, Sundays Excepted
Trains Arrive Trains Lear.
S:45 P. M 8:45 A.M
4:45 A.M S.50P.M.
A E0VE TRAINS STOP FOR THE ACCOMMODATION
J of pa.sengers at Southport, Greenwood, Franklin,
Edinburgh, Columbus, making connections at Seymour
with trains on the Ohio k Mississippi Road, and at Louis
ville with trains on tbe Louisville, j "Tank fort A Lexington
and Louisville and Nashville Roads.
Freight trains leave daily. Freight promptly forwarded.
Office, Madison Depot, TVet side.
A. S. CAKOTHF.RS, Superintendent.
J. G. Wbitcom, Freight Agent. apl'Ct-dly
P. G. C. HUNT,
ID E 1ST T I S T
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, fc
32, EAST 7IAI1KET KTHEET,
PI A IVOS ! PIAIVOS!
C1HEAPF.R AND BETTER IN-
STRUM ENTS than w ere ever
oßered in this market. My ar-$j;
rangeinects with Eastern Piauo
manufacturers are such that I can
furnish all orders 25 per ceut.
cheaper than any dealer in the West, and I warrant them
superior instruments. Onlr for ca-h.
Call and ee at Messrs W. H. Talbot t & Co'a Jewelry
Store, No. 24 Washington street.
PIANOS, MEL0DE0NS, ORGANS, GUITARS, V10UXS,
ACCORDEONS, stc.TUJED AND REPAIRED.
Having bad over twenty ye ir experience the public
can be a.sturtd that they now hare a better opportunity
than they eeneralljr mert with to have their Instrument
put in perfect order. U. SCHON ACKER.
To Officers of the Army.
JUST RECEIVED A SFLEXDID ASSORTMENT OF
surGwE .i.r double si!
For field, portability and power they supersede
For sale by SEMiJONS, Optician.
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, &C,,-
Of the greatest trtnjarent power, of new im
provement properly adjusted to the cate.
Orders from the country, with particulars,
promptly attended to.
Repairing neatly done with dispatch.
S EMMONS. Optician.
oct29 No. 25. South Illinois street.
General Commission Merchant,
Denier IIa Ftour, Grains and nil kind
off Country Produce; Wines and
Liquor, Cigars, Tobucco A.c.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, 237 SOUTH SECOND ST.,
Advances ninde on Consignments.
The Eleventh In Ian try,
MAJOR J. W. CORDON
Is authorized toraiye in Indiana.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS BOUNTY.
1AT FROM $13 TO t22 PER MONTn, WITO RA
TIONS, quarters, medical attendance, Ac, com
plete. All who enlist will at once be clothed, subsisted
and provided with everj thing essential to their comfort
by the Government-
The term of enlistment is Three Years. Tayto
commence from date of enlistment.
None but able-bodied single men, between the agea of
18 and 35 years, need apply.
Recruiting Rendeirous ia Metrger's new building. No.
6 East Washington street, adjoining Odd Fellow' II all.
D. R. COrr, First Lieutenant
Eleventh Infantry, Recruiting Officer.
LF.S Mis-eraLles. by Tictor Huro;
Love's LaWr Won, by Mrs. Southworth;
IUveiihoe, by Kingsiey;
Why Taul Ferrtll Killed hU Wife;
Nine Motiths in the Cuartennaster's Irpar;mnt;
Parson brownlow's lks- k:
Stelen Maak, by Wilkie Collins, author of Wernau
Flower of the Prairie;
A Life's Secret;
Recreation of a Country Parson;
Leisure Hours in Town;
A Rook About Doctors;
City of the Sairts;
BOWE- STEUtnT aV co.s.
SCHIEFFELIN BROTHERS & CO.,
And Dealer In Fancy Goods, Per
Alc, Agent for the aale of ReCned PetrcSenm, Illumina
ting Oil, superi' r to acy Coal 0:1, fcrr.i?ted ia aay
quantities! at the lowest market ratea.
IT AND 171 WILLIAM STB .NEW
I'.ataibllftlird In 1?hO.
TAKFR'S PREMIUM CHOCOLATE. PURE PRE
ß PARED Cocoa, Rrcma, French, Homeopathic and
Vanilla Chocolates, warranted erual ia quality aod Savor
to tbe Paris CbocoUte; have stood the tet of over three
quarters tf t renrory, and are iinBocnced by all who
bar. once need them to be snpr4or to any others.
Manufactured by W. Baker A Co., at their Mills, to Dor
cbester, Mas., and fcr sale at their Branch Dcpct No.
217 Fulton street. New Tork City, and by Grocers and
Dealers generally throughout the Union.
Address H. L- PIERCE,
JeI0-d3m 111 Pulton street. New Tork.
3 V f t W- rf LJ
Iiidinimpoliw mid .TIacIison
1862. rriTv: -3 1S62.
riUE PASSENGER TRAIN WILL LEAVE Till
JL Union Depot, In.llnapoli, at 12.30 P. M. dally, for
Madison, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Thia Is the hortest railway line to Ciuciiiuali and Louia
rille connecting at Madison w ith tbe United States Malt
Line steamers, arriving at Cincinnati in time to con
nect with the Express Train on the Little Miami railroad
leaving at 7 o'clock A. M.. for the Eat, and by the Ken
tacky Central Railroad for the South, and at I-uiviU
about 11 P.M.
Returning, leave CinHDnatl dally at 11 M.. r the a bor
ateamera, aud also by tbe klastieou pacfcrta, Forr.t Qqe
and Prioress, arriririg at Madison tri time to connect with
the Passenger Train leaving at 6 A. M and arrKIaa; at
Indianapolis at A. M., making couiectiona with
all trains leaving for the Eat, West, and North.
For tie accommodation of way pafsengera a Car will
run in connection with tbe Freight Train daily, leaving
Indianapolis at 6.30 A.M .which train remaius some time at
each station, affrdins past ger an opprtttuitj for the
transaction of Lupines, arriving at Nrn Madison at 1.10
Fare to Cincinnati, or Cincinnati to
Indianapolis, HI Oo; To
l.oulsTllle, 3 50.
yo charge frr meals or state-rooms on the stsnrs, or
for baireae or omnibus at Malieon.
Tariff of Freights as low as by ary other route.
Shippers and merchants West will find It to tLelr inter
est to travel over and slip by this line.
ap26-dtf. D.C. BKANHAM, Soperlbtendent.
rpHE UNITED STATES DTE-HOrSE, NO. 53 SOUTH
X Illinois street, Indianapolis, Indiana,
JOSEPH HARRIS, Prop.
At thi o!d and well-known establishment, tbe ladies
can have silks and woolen goods dyed la permanent said
beautiful colors; and gents' garments thoroughly renova
ted and repaired, a good as when new, at lo.r jukes
New and Necond-haod clothing bought and oW, !.,
a pstirular branch in th buice.-s denominated fine draw
ing billiard table cloth, or tear in any garment can be
so wruht that it can not be timo! to the iiaked eye.
tffm Country orders punctually attended to.
No connection with any otbr hon In thia city.
Remember the place. No. ftouth Iliinoia atreet.
feb4 JOSEPH HARRI.
ODK TO WODi:itFIL Ci IK A Ti V l-KSS.
Coughs and Colds wiil go away,
Sometimes in a single day.
If to tbe Imir Store you witl go
And get supplied "with Tusefs go;
Tot can nse it freely as you lease,
It .lever faila to Rlv. you ease.
Too Uraiules wonderful are, I'm ure,
Fr they p cdily efT-ct a lasting cure.
Ef 25 rents per box. at all Irug Stores.
HU AN I ) K'S T L'S S I L A P. O
CURES SOUK THROS.T.
OlO: TO I1ICAMH.VS Tt SMI.AC.O.
W'ONDERIX'L GKANUU:S. "
Oh' where ran I find them.
To the Drug i-'v,re go quick,
I will speedily try them;
-1 have a bad Cong-h,
And 1 wUh to be sure
To have the bet remedy
That will very soon cure.
JTj3 25 cers per box. at all tbe Drug Stores.
CURES ASTHMA AND ERONCHITJ5.
Xr Sold by all Druggista. 55 reut a box.
Is Pleasant to tbe Taste Children try tor It.
Ct'RFS HOOPING COUGH AND CROUP.
JEjJf Sol 1 by all Druggists. 25 centa a box.
CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.
JCJ Sold by all Druggista. 15 cents a box.
Pi an o - Fortes.
ANOTHKR INVOICK OF
5jo. CH1CKERING & SOWS
cir su, jsTEIHYAY to SON'S
"'Ar JsUt receded at o. inaiea
WILLARD A UTOWEIJ.
N. R. Pianos tared to order ard ET THE TTAR
American Express Company,
UNITED STATES EXPRESS HOANY.
OFTICE ON THE CORNER ()T WASUrSGTON AJTD
klendian atreeta, lA-UaAapoUa.
Three daily Eif rtes to New Tork;
Two daHyt apreres to Cincinnati, and
TwodaJy Expreweet Chicago and St.Loc!i;
Tha aiKT --paaie. ar tha oulj prirUege Excraa
tWfbll'rtC Sa.i,t: V
INDIAXAPOIJS k PEKU:
TEKRK HAUTE A RICHMOND;
Koiey, paakajf-a, TalaaV.e uA freight tarrWd with
afty aud datch, and to ciiarga ,f apsclal as4 aQciast
Notes Rills and DrafU will te protnptl collected and
ready r turn, made J. EUTTERllILD. Agewu