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INDIANAPOLIS, IND., -FW DAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 18G2.
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tU B"QI rate.
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Yearly ..rti-er t qurtrly.
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to W rhared at the rate of (1 50 for eatb n-rac in the
iMily, and f 2 i:i th- iJfiily and SVet WIy, the nie t In
all c.-, I In advance.
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juiid th amount charge.! f..r their tiuMicatlon.
KLLEK. HAliKNKSS BIMiHAM.
lTprtirS ludiau State Seutliu-l.
J. M. TILrOUt),
Prei lent Imliariajxdi Journal Con-pany.
AUIilSOXS' R VSK. No. 19 East Wah'n(rton Mreet
fT polite the Sentinel Office. niay4
A M.F.N Jk IIINSLEY, IJvery and Sale Stal le, In the
rear of the Palmer Hou.-e.
1 01 . iicii:s.
DAVIS k CO., Cnin Foundry, DeUware street, op
pite Lioi Ivjot.
A!KIf AN VINTON, Wahincr. Foundry and
Machine Work, eat end Union iH-pot. niyU9
iir.ÄL. r.vr.Ti: A(;r..M.
1RNCI3 SMITH, former! DeUell k Smith, Ileal
4 F.state AKrrt and Tax Tayer, 37 Eit W.idiiturtoo
tieet. Il. uie to rent. J-in2" d ly V2
cKKUNAN A IIKKCF.. P.Mate Ajrcnt and
r.ro'aer, 10l, Kat W j.hitijcloii treet.
TM. T. W1I.KT. K-al K.-tate Ant ant Stock P.ro-
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krr, I0lt ha-i w - li;iig:on MrH'i.
iitior am Mior, i)i: i.r.HN.
C. MAYHF.W k CO.. Whole-ale dealer in B-m.,
Shoe, ml Kutdier, No. 4 K.-Wrts' HlcV, opposite
tmofi ivpot, lndiana)a4is 1 I. -p4
VIUM KNODI.E A SON, mitiuf.icmrpr and riea!"r
Ui a'.l kind -f lUot and Shoe, No. 32 Et Wab-
ciifi -D treet.
AM STATlOM.lt V.
BOW EN, STF. W AKT A CO., whid.-ale and retail dual
er tn Iv.k arid Pratione a-id Printer' Matt-ri il,
S... IS Wrl Wa-himjii-n Mrett." apr'J6
DiU (.vni) .tii:iu i.m:s.
m7H.KT M. tJiWKY, DKrur.lST. Ialer In Ir i?,
Chemical-, Paint-, tM, Dve-f uff, l- tank', Patent
and other Jledicmc, Notion and IN rfum.-ry No. 49 Ma
.'burtt avrtiae, ttidianaptdi'. nv3-ly.
f BoMUNSON A COX. dealer In Insr, Medicine,
I Paint, Od-, ila-.-, Frri :m-ry, Fancy ii(Hl, Ac, .
in Fest Wa-hm;t..n -tu et, I.i.l.anajH l.. n.ayl
P.KOWNIN.i. l!iikit, and !ea!er in Paint. Ods, I
m , Var?i:-he. Ihe--tn!T,ti!.v-s,(;!aware, IVrfunu-ry,
Ac. No. 22, xet w a-ti :r;cr. ti -treel. apr.'i
m-" a 11
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Wai.iruti 'i tr et
vrovr.N am it Tim WAitr..
111 VKl l S COX.HeaVp i Stove-, Tin Ware, Ac, No
II V-l Wl,::vtrii .r-t.
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-tMri.H.l..t IOT1 K.r.Hk p.iador-and PUrik Hook '
iliriut . t urr, N . ?. 1 at WaL:r.j;ton t., eat f .
f,.-nn I. ", up f a;r-, ltiianap !;.
OPilAS A P.U.MFK. r,-eV lU.der and rdar.k lw-k
V nn,-c,urer, .'...
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H AWTHORN A MYHANAX. Im; r'T of China,
t;ia i.d oa. en-ware. No. -a Ka-i w a-bint..n -t.,
.MF.Kt ii at rAlI.tlts.
IIUFI-FKICK trtFPPFK. Me-rLani Tailor, n4 dealer;
1 in rea.tv made 4.-!..it..n.r and furrt:.).n r.nl. X. S1 '
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K1LI.I FFCtirSH.lN'. At'ornry and Coin-elor at lw.
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ai neif;af- l...in, t. t--, c O !.i-e, . i-l
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tiof f a-..J t'. u!i-,.r at l-aw, .Htna I t-'.raiioe v'opi
pat y ! 1.;.!:! ir. -.tHl f.ortr, lVntr-rlraida tre t. iel tly
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sr...!!. a tv Lt at r.r.s lact rv, t m prrp,r t to 1
a'.l k.ieU r werk e the nv Li',, rr .-r I '.j- km.:h;r
line. lia. Ietd trl,e yrxr.' exmt.ce ,n the t.t
n a. Ln- ti j- hi iu-c.'. nry. I flatw toy- if iLt 1 can
1e el.fre Kat:?. f.-i! t t:.. -e tn ftter me :'.ii
lieir murk. X bae in mr eni 1. v i.e of the t-t I la. k.
IS..IL in the State, ai ! pay partu ular attntt-ti to hre
boe t e ai d ui-l.itir Vrrt-c
ICej -a. tit .e of a. I k t.! pr n.ptlT a'tended to
Moi 1 f an kii.s hut:t for tb'e patet t i.r.
Ren en.ter th r-ar. lr,re m-h ef ts V ,k.n
L-;,ia-Vw:Ti,r"t T" 4"m"
m J v ba-r tht d7 ..,11 Mr pakery to Me-r Nick -
TLai.kii.a: tie pul
ul-u iu grw tm t .T their hUrai patron-
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ajre, would ;
Mts tour auccerauf
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD TO TABLE.
Train Leave. Traina Arrtte.
-20 A. M .Mail 20 P.M.
a w P. V - 4"A. V.
mnr.il ....J1.20 a. 3t.
iMArt)Ui aid cu n riA cxi"x.
Traiti Leave. . Train Arrive
i!?0 A.M... ....... .-Fx pT4t ........1S P. M .
K40 P. 34 .....ArromiDoUUoo 10:45 A.M.
IVIIAXA CKITfcAL lilLWAT.
Train lieaT. . Train Arrire.
6.15 A. M 7:15 A. .
12:10 P. M Ml 1:34 P H.
T-00 P. 31 7 - P. M.
Tl4MArOIfl AITD rOLCÄB' t BHOIfT UXtt TIA t4TT05l.
Tr'ft lr?. Triiax Arrive.
6-US A. M 7 1S A )f
12.10 p. M 14 P. M.
7 .00 J 4l ar 7S f M
IMlMAXArOLia AXD CIXCrVXATI .AJUfAD.
Trains Leae. Train Arrive.
5 20 A. V ....10P A. M.
IO.40 wV. M 405 P. M
635 P. U 10:55 P. 31
Tina. BAT-J RAIIJtOAD.
Trama Leav. Trains Arrive.
720 A.M. 5:10 A. M.
1 P M. & fÄ A M
MOP.M. 6 30 P. M.
KW ALBAJIT AMD CHICAGO EOA0 'iaKBCATl.B JlTiCTlOB
Gol North. (joir.if Sotth,
5:0 p.M Expreo .l:'i5 A. M.
11:04 A. M Kreijcl t, If Ily 2 00 P. M.
IpAFATKTTK KAH UtAO
Tra n Leave.
. 5:10 A. M.
.10-05 A. M.
. 00 P. M.
10 05 A. M
4 45 P. M
loio p. M
rra:n Iue. Tra n- Arrive.
ILIO A. M Mail WJO A.M.
6M P. M ChicairoKxprr. 4:10 P M
lüMAÜArOl 14 A XI MAItS4Ü .AÜ-KOAD.
Train lav. Train Arrive.
IZU) P. M Mail .1 (..'.( A.M.
630 A.M. ...From Freight IpotJ.... tlP.ll
jarrRBJU.( 11a a raiui oao.
Train leave. Trains Arrive.
6 00 A. M Mail H:45 P. M.
6.r0 P. M... ...... .......... t.tH) A. M .
Arrival and Ilepurui re, or Clolnp
CiiKlMiAll and way niail
J'f! rH4nville and li:iville
T rrj Haute way mail
Central way mail.
Tirre Haute through mail
If.iy-tte and Chienjr.
H llefoi.taine way miil
Bll4-foi,taine throuicb mail
Central throurb mad
6 00 r.
. N:45 p.
Jfffcr nville and IxiuSville mail
Irrr Haute throufrb mail, St. outat Cairo.
Iwifayrtte City and Spriugf.tdd, Illinois ....
Madiwin m'. -
Cnt ral wi; mil........ -
tVi.fnl thfotiih mail and WahingtonCity.
Cincinnati and way mail...
Through mail. . .
Terre Haute way, Evaniviile and Vinccnne
B-lli-fotitaine wav and tbrouh - -
... 7:.'t0 r. m
.. . 7:.'l0 p. M
.. 40 A. M
,.. 6(H) P. M
...11 :.'U A.M
..11.05 A. M
, .. 5:50 p. m
. .. !M0 a. js
. . . ,r.:50 r.
...1J:45 P. K
. . 10 OÖ A.
. . . ":.'H P.
The .ortli western Cam pa ig 11.
.1 Journal of the Eighteenth Indinwi llvrjiment.
BT WALTER MTANLET.
On the 10th we pulled up stakes and raised
a cheer lor SprinIeM. On the 1 2th we.
drove in the enemies' picket.-, and encamped
aljout four miles from town. The next day
wc came up iu fine style, formed our "line of
battle" close under the enemies' batteries, and
waited in the rawt excruciating suspense lor
the tall, (or grape, we did not know which,)
to ojH'ii. A dozen horsemen now dashed into
the fortifications with "drawn sabres," and
found them to consist of a strip of primeval
oak, covered with 'frowning batteries," which
had made their exit tho night previous. The
word passed .alonj; the line, Trice lias ske-
datMled." Anl so it was. lie hail left town j
in the niht, and now a ho.-'t of avenging;
demons are on his trail. Curti has sworn I
that Price must fight. And Trice has sworn I
that he wilt not fight. This caused a misun- i
demanding very annoying to both parties.
The Feds" kept cursing Trice for running,
and the "Confeds" kept cursing Curtis for fol
lowing theu so c!ot.e. Each was doing his
level k'st in the way of traveling, and every
night, the two armies, completely used up, lay
down to rest, scarcely hailing distance apart.
The next morning we would sound his reveille
with a few mountain howitzers, which we had
taken along for that purpose, and this had the
eilect of accelerating his movements.
lint we will leave them lor a moment, and
take a glance back along the road. j
To the honor of Indiana and Illinois, they
were not cruel to the conquered. They be-j
haved like American soldiers men who 1
fought for principles, and could look death as I
proudly in the lace as it she were twin sister!
The Germans, on the other hand, were
guiltv of the most brutal outrages, leaving;
: one scene of desolation to mark their jath j
j taking ttie Uvt morsel of fixxl from the wife .
1 ami eiiiitiren 01 me rcoei soiuicr, ami warm-
1. , ,
iug themselves iy me smoKing nuns 01 nis
onee h:innv home matin" them, in tlie trtllv i
l 1 r . - . :
significant language of Lane, "feel the horrors ;
of war." Hut why attempt to describe the i
scene? When the historian shall dip his ien
to record the passing events of to-day, truth
will takevtle place of romance, and every'
tlav scenes will throw the highest llights of
, .1.. :-!,. Kl.lrt Tr i w.dl tnnwn !
.., . . ,.
fact that, while manv fight for their country,
?r l'1)" wll. lm
tiglit Mr tlie love ot itgiumg, t)i:iers ior re- 1
venge, ami not a tew earrv a musket or wear !
I a sword who never intended to tight at all.
! ami would not under anv circumstances if,
thev could ks-iblv atid it.
February 17th." we cRssel the State Line,
t loc on the retreating column ot the enemy.
Our batteries are pniring shot, shell and can-
ister into their disordered ranks; thev cross
(Vn-k and now for n moment the
"gar tniK, BnH HOW Hr a UV mi IU lilt.
: thunder ot artillery ha ceased, lhe heavy
1 1 . "it 1 r ft 1
clank of steel, and the rattling of steel-clad
hoofs oa the fruen ground, announce the
the serried columns of oar cavalry. On, on
thev sweep like a whirlwind, pass the now si
lent batteries, and. with a wild, piercing y dl.
da,-h over the stream, up the bank, and into
tlie den-e chaparral. Anothi r deafening
cheer, and they are among the "huttTuu '.,
hand to hand and steel to steel, scattering
death and destruction on cn ery side. Fainter
rings the clashing steel, and victory's wild
"huzza." and now all is still. Long, black
columns of infantry are winding down the
sepciitino jwitli in e!o-e column, with anus at
j a right shoulder shift. The Grand Army of
the Southwest come to a halt, camps are se-
' hvtcd, divi-ions are as.-igiu d their positions,
: auil Wl. ,.lu,ani, i,ut ln:Th l(i,.Xscd with tho
, . mi "
rc-uits ot our ternole campaign.
. . , . .,1 w' 1 . . " 1
i" cbrtliry lUll, Stgel tuOlC Up his qUartCW
in Hciitoii vale, and the next dav xve went into
camp three miles uorthwet of Cns Hollow?.
This was christened "Camp Halh ek." Xoth-
:.. .. it .4tier. il till the 1? rf M in fi
,, , . . , ,
' w hen we pulled up stakes, and countermarched
' to Sirrtr Creek. The weather grew cold and
rainy." pmvi-ions were scarce, and a feeling
f utter desolation crept over the stouti-t
i hearts. Here xe were, an immense army,
' on the extreme outskirts of civilization, and
' ' verj- morsel of tot, we cat Lad to cume from
I St. Ioui. The road wa rovcretl with raa-
j rauding parties, who captured our mail a tim?
i op two- an(1 aU a Pulsion train, which latter
aci uvceu uie uraiui .nny in a aie 01 star
vation for some time. Thev were rough cu
torrwrs. and were guilty of out one rvdeeming
act. That wai the capture of a sutler' train,
which they finally turned loose after taking a
ocial glass of good brandy and an extra pair
of boots apiece at tho sutler's exnen-e. Time
wears apace, and we find ourseires again on
Jjagar Creek. It is the Cth of March. Gtn.
Curtis has fallen back from hU camp at Crtra
Hollows. Sjgel has len ortlered to retreat
trrjm Bentonville. Trice, Van Dom, and tic
far famed hero of "Wilson Creek, Hen Mc
Culloch, at the head of 30,000 men, are com
ing down on us with the irrcsitd!e imjctos
iry of an avalanche. General Davis is ordered
to hold the broken headland on the right lank
of the stream. The 18th are assigned their
Position, and commenco throwing up breast
works of logs and earth. The distant thun
der of SieV s artillery points to bloody work
on the road to Bentonville. In the evening
Sigcl came in. Ambulances, wagons, and
unserviceable caissons, strewn pell mcll along
the road, showed that-Bhot and shell had not
rained from his batteries alone. He was de
feated, and forced to retreat; but one more
such victory would have ruined the Confed
erate army of the Northwest. That night we '
lay on our arras. Few slept, for we knew
that an overwhelming army, llushed with vic
tory, and confident of success, was quietly
graining our rear, taking positions, and plant
ing batteries on the onlv road bv which we
could retreat; so confident of success, that
they had brought teamsters to drive awav our
captured train. (The service of the latter,
however, were not required on the present
The Federal army slept on quietly until day
light, for Curtis knew that his diminutive
army needed all the rest which circumstances
might aiford. A muffled reveille, a liasty
breakfa?t and the men stept quietly into
ranks, 'liiere is a grand solemnity in a "line
of battle,' especially so, when you expect ev
ery moment to hear the cannons thundering
the soldiers death-knell. About 9 A.
General Osterham advanced. His cavalry
dashed into an open field, on which the ene
mies right rested, and where the 4th Louis
iana were deployed as ekinni-hers, and here
commenced the deicrate game. Gen. Carr
held our right. SigiTs division was the, re
serve. General Davis now abandoned his
position, and advanced to the support of Os
terham. About 4 T. M. the engagement bey
came general. McCulloch hurled on his vet
eran troops with the energy of despair; but
they were met with firmness, and forced to re
tire under a galling fire of canister, shot and
shell, as ften as thej attempted to force our
Kition. Colonel Dodson, of the 15th Ar
kansas charged one of our batteries, and car
ried it with the hayonet. It was planted on
the extreme of Tattion 's Brigade, and that
brigade was the left of our "line." Tlie bat
tery was manned at once, and a murderous
enfilading fire was opened on us, which swept
the entire line from left to right, At the
same time Melnto-h iadvanccd with his In
dians. Mcintosh was an old regular a good
soldier and a maii of tho mo-t reckless cour
age. Hut tome with me and take a look at
Hark! how the earth trcmhlcs when man's deadly
Is miully and wantonly j-laying with life
The lightning's bright Hash as it leaps to the fky,
Tho thunder's dull crash echoes piercing on
Now slowly arises the Fulurom cloud
Through Nature's deep concave floats glory's
The ruthless avenger's rcmor.-ele-s war yell,
Hu-echoes the cra-h of the warrior's dcath-kncll.
Indiana returns with a "cheer" that "wnf crv,"
Mclnto-h s rangers mnt now "do or die.
The veteran meets his brave foe with a mile.
On come Ids wild ho.-t they hare met they
Hut a moment, his voice hnrls them on in the fight,
Where sihrv and bnyonct are flittering bright.
And the brave meet tluir fate with a smile or a
For glory is dearer than memory's tear!
Alout this time Col. Hendricks, of the 22d
Indiana, fell, and his regiment retired in dis
may from the field. Tattison "left wheeled"
the Eighteenth, which was all that was left of
his brigade. We came up to tlie fence at
"doubl e quick," with fixed bayonets, and arms
at a "trad." In 1 moment, one single sheet
of flame lit up the dark fringe of bushes, and
before the deafening crash had died, we were
over the fence, and, with a wild cheer, ad
vancing on the batten-. But Dodson could
not persuade his men to stand the music of
'colJ afcel." Thev got up and left in fast
time, leaving their gallant Colonel, mortally
wounded, on the field. The lottery was ours
again. A prisoner reported McCulloch and
Mcintosh killed in the List as-ault, when the
22d was forced from her jH)-ition. The fire
of the enemy, which had been increasing,
now died away ; occasionally a random shot
marked the position of their batteries. Tat-
tisons Brigade was now reformed, ami fell
backjnto the woods, in rear of the well fought
field. The distant roll of musketry, and the
scream of living shell, gave proof that the
battle still raged fiercely on the right. The
faint glimmer of the watch fires, ami the
gram of the dying, made this a scene never
to Ik? forgotten.
MIONIC.HT AT PEA RIDGE.
The -tin's parting ray, grids the mountain's dark
And nio;lit folds the world in her mantle of rc-t.
Nowdimlv the watch fire glimmers afar
Where blazed in full glory the bright flame of
The sun, when it roe, shone on hri-tling gn,
Hut now they are silent. The red Hold is win.
And strewn through the fore-t, the dying -till lie,
Like heroes thev fell, and like freemen thev die.
To-night we may rest, tut to-morrow the sun
Will make to the mu-ic of mortar and gun.
An I tlie tnim;et's shrill bl.vf, at tho dawning of
Will -ummou cava ho.-t to the field of Klk
Then rest, soldier, ret, now thy battles an o'er;
Da am of home aud thy friends, they will
greet thee no more.
For vour country you died, and Columbia's tear
Will water tlie totab cf the brave vohmtnr.
Ieite von the Chief of vour cnerav died;
II? advanced in the power of hi- glory and
The Iu-t that so often t ) victory he led.
Like heroes have died, or like cowards have
He gazod ou onr lanner that waived o'er the
And fain a the traitor ia spirit to yield.
He murmure!, a flowed tlie life stream from his
Wii l why did I e'er from thv shadow dejiart?
Benrath thee I won the tir-t laurel I wore;
lleneath thee I've smiled at the cannon's death
Hut now I'm a traitor, I've sealed my ow n doom
In he'd! tor my legion there's jdenty of room.
The shalow of evening dc-ccr.d o'er the jdain.
And o'er him mad whi-tles our rine-hall rain.
'Twa mu-ie ti him, but his pirit hath flown
To that land far aw ay, that injurious unlnoim.
The ddr will tili oYr hi grave drop a tear,
For his a -pint that dreamt n t of fear.
Iii hand i n the l ilt of his -abre tili re-ts;
Thu died Hen McCulloch, the pride et the
No more will ho follow that meteor star
Which to destiny oint.on the red field of wax.
To his. eountrr a traitor ! tmtrne to his God!
But no; he I sleeping beneath the gTecn od.
Weep Columbia, weep o'er each veteran's grave
From Missouri's dark brrat to Potomac's tine
Unfold thy broad Hag, let it wave o'er the world,
And treason down down to oblivion be hurled.
Sound the clarion note of the fearless and free,
From the mountain' grim peak to the ilrerr
"Columbia and Freedom!" forcTer our cry
With thee let m conquer, with thee let us die.
Freedom and courage must still be the
joet's theme. Though we live in a lackadais
ical age of "don't-care-a-d n-itive-ness, vet
he may never ignore that one grand principle.
But I must return.
The brave and chivalrous, but misguided
Ben, has felt the last pang of remorse, and
passed to his long home beyond the clouds,
where only the brave may ever hope to meet
At midnight a whisper passed along the
sleeping line. The men rose quietly, seized
their muskets, and stepped uip ranks. After
inarching nearly aa hour, we tiled to the right
and halted, our left resting on the road. Col.
Tattison passed along theine, and told us we
were within musket shot of the enemy, cau
tioned us to l quiet, as our owl lives depen
ded on itt and finally ordered the brigade to
lie down, where we will leave them till morn
' To be continued.
rx: is i v :v r.r
SELT, K K. A-PTTR. I r-'. lTT.
Thi- valuable an 1 popular Medicine lias universally re
ceived the nif fjvnrb!e revimnien.latioi:s of the 1
3llica r'fei.u ant the l"ntil;c a- the ru-t j
irilCIENT AND A'.Er.KAtlt
It may be u-ed with tli bc-t .Tect in j
Dilious ai.d Fetr;le I;-eaes, Cotivene , SUk Headache,
Nau-e. 1.-- of Appetite, Indigestion, Acidity of j
the Stomach, Torpidity of the Uver, Cout, i
Rueuniatic Affection., iJrav 1. P;le,
And c!l C'?:tp!.v'.t wbt re a perdle arid C'oo!i::g Aperient
r IVirpa'ive I- retired.
It i- parti.-ubir'.y a iapted to the want of Traveler- by
Sea aiil Is.d, Ee-iilents ia Hot Girnate, pt r-oi: of
dentary Habii.-. Iovabd and Convalescents; Captain- of
!- as.d P!a.,tT wiil tnd it a valuable ad-iitioii to
tLeir Medkiiie t.'l.t'.-t.
P. i- i:i the fci in of a Powjer, carefaKy put up in bot- !
tb - t.. k e; in any climate, and niTel.v rejuirea wa:tr '
I urid up -ti it to produce a delightful t-flerve-cent bever- j
Nünieru tetiInI!.l' fr'rrj pr.fe-ional arid otLer ;
CtiitI in n of the Li'Le.-t ftaudir throi:phout the c u-i- ,
try, and it steadily i:crea-iiu popularity for a er;e of
yrarMronsly uarautte i eCico. y and valuable iLar
acter, and cnx-end it to the favorable 1 otice f an in,d
Manufactured 4.nly by TA KK VNT k O ., N. iTs tir. -n-wich
str'-'t, corner 'f Warren street. New YorV; aiid f -r
tale ly Drup?i-ts pciicraRy. JT-dly
HAPPINESS OR MISERY ? i
THAT IS THE Q FEST I OX.
fITHF proprietor of the -PARISIAN C A PI NET OF ,
I WUNHEKS ANATOMT, and JIEPICINE," have
iet'Ttr.ir.ed, recardle-5 of ep,'i-e, to l-i-Tie, free, (f..r th
Fererit of mfTerins humanity) FOUR of the r mo-t in- '
frrcrS-.e and interesting; Ls-tnre on Marri.ur" and its
D-ou3iirat;on. N'rvuu I hili'y, Pr-niat':r Dec!.ne
of Mt.hot. DMie-'ion, Wiktve- or Iw pre-i n, L.,a
of Energy and Vital Power, the Oreat S4--i.1l Evil-, ai d
tho- MaladiJ. which reu!t from TOMthful f. Hie. F.x
ce e .f Maturity, or ItnTanc of phy-b.piry and Na
ture's Ilw. The-e inTalaable Lecture, l ave ln th ;
tneana of eüiLu-riiü atid aavln tLoU-at.d.-, ai.J 1-e
f.ir artel frer t.ii the receipt of f.-ur stamp-, by addrr--it.it
F.CRKT.VKY Paaisias C.isrr or Aat v ami ;
)!.r;ci-r, ÜS3 Froal ay, New Tori. Je23-ily ;
OF SCHOOL BOOKS, PAPER. &C..&C.
IN is MALL OR LAkC.E (JUANTTTIFS,
At ROW EN. KTKWAKT 1 CO'S
To Destroy llats. Roaches, &e.
To Ihstrvy Mice, Moles, and Ants.
To Ik stray Bod Bugs.
To Tnlroj Moths in Furs, Clothes, &e.
To Iks'rvy Mosquitoe? and Fleas.
To D?.troy Insects on Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy Insects on Animals, &c.
To Destroy Every form and species of
I . V " J .
.a laf aV
"ONLY INFALLIIBLE REMEDIEH KNOWN."
KVEUY FORM AND srECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike all others) are
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats do not die on the premises."
They come out of their holes to die."
''They are the only infallible remedicknown.
"12 years and more established in New York
r&dby- the City Po-t Othce.
L'teil by the City Prisons aud Station
lr(f ly the City Steamers, Ships, &e.
Csfil by the Citv Hospitals, Aims-Houses,
ly the City Hotels 'Astor,' 'St.
Uftd by the Boarding Houses, &e., &c.
l'el by more than 50,000 private families.
CiV See one or two Specimtns of irhut is
everywhere said by the People Editors
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with ver
min need bo so 110 longer, if they use "Cos
tar's "Ext rminator?. We have uhmI it to our
satisfaction, and if a box co-t $5 we would
have it. We had tried jisons, but they ef
fected nothing; but ''Co-TAitVaiticlc knocks
the breath out of Rats, Mice, Roaches and
IL'd-Bugs, quicker than we can write it. It
is in great demand all over the country.
Medin r). Ctzet'te.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are tle
st roved annually in Grant County by vennin
than would pay for tons ot this Rat and Insect
Killer. IstiicnsU r f T J Vs.") Herald.
HENRY R. COSTAR We are selling!
your preparations rapidly. Wherever they
have been used, Kats, Mice, Roaches and
Vermin disapjK?ar rapidly.
Eckei: & ST0rrKi.1t.
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
"CostarV Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator.
4,CostarV Bed-Bug Exterminator.
"Co-tarV Electric Powder, for Insects &c.
In 25c. 50c. and Si Boxes, Botti.es and
Flasks, $3 and $5 Sizes fok Planta
tions, Suits. Boats, Hotels, &c.
CAUTlOX! To prevent the public from
being inqtosed upon by Spurious and Highly
Peruioous Imitations a new label has lieen
prepared, bearing a far-simile of the Pro
prietor's signature. Examine, each lox, bot
tle or fi;ik carefullv before purchasing, and
take nothing but "CO. STAR'S."
ttr Sold fr ryrl,t rc by
All Wholesale 1)i:u(;oits in the
Some of the
WHOLESALE AGENTS IN N. Y. CITY.
JShicfl'elin Bros. S: Co.
B. A. Fahncstoc-k,
Hull & Co.
A. B. & I). Sands &
Wheeler & Hart.
Morgan : Allen.
Hall, Buckel it Co.
Thomas & Fuller
P. 1). Orvis.
Hurral,Risley & Kitch
en. Bush, dale & Robinson
M. Ward, Close & Co.
McKisson & Robbin.
I). S. Barnes & Co.
F. C. Wells & Co.
Lazelle, Marsh & Gard
ner. Hall, Dixon & Co.
T. W. Dvott , Co.
Roln-rt Shoemaker &
French. Richanls,& Co.
B. A. Fahnestock &
(ieo. C. (Ioohvin & Co
M. S. Burr 5; Co.
Wcekes & Potter.
Jno. Wilson, Jr.
Also, all Whoei ai.f: I)RU(;iiTs at
s r. i.nui, un.,
Ii: i ICOIT Midi.,
i.onsvii.1.1:. ii .
ll TTMH Itl.ll, i'a..
Itl I I AKtl, .. V.
pKcotiisTs, (ir.ocEr.s, Storekeeper--and
Retailers generally in all Country
Towns and Villages
IXDIAXIPOLIS. lMHAN ..
A N I) l Y
TOHMaSO. V COX,
x. if. iriii:us.
And by the Dr.rc.c, i-ts Storekeeper and
Retailers enc rally.
CorxTHY Pr.ALF.r.s can onler a above,
Oraddre-s orders direct orif Prices, Jcrms,
kc, is desired, send for 1SC2 Circular,
giving reduced Price1 to
1IEXRV It. COSTAR.
Principal Depot To. 512 Broadway
(Opjo-ite the St. Nicholas Hotel,)
nckSl -leadl wer - i
c xr a- o is r uJx.
LL TF.R50NS rCKCUASI5G TICKETS FOtt PT.
JOSF.l'll aoJ other pwiuta in Nortbrrn Miwrt. tba
M-aie of Karaa. mr lb Trrrl uri, Kbould Iwaiat u ar-
Uig ticket Uiat read ry the
)IITII T1ISMH HI ItAlI.llOAn,
The only rail route from St- Loui to St. 4ph. It 1 tha
bortet and quickest lie, by tbtrteen hour, to th re
mote! point reached by rail, and la alvara aa cheap aa
ai.jr other, hmy jour Ticket to Ktnai and all poiuUi
Northern lliMovri by the North i.-curi Ea Iroa i.
ISAAC H. 5TTK(iE0N.
Fre't and CenM Jtupt. North Mixwri R. R.
HENRT H. SIMMONS, General Traveling Atnt.
Two Trains Daily, Sundays Excepted
S:45 1. M
... &45 A. U
... S.50I'. .
VKOVK TRAINS STOP FOK THK ACCOMMODATION
of pawenirrr at Svuiport, Oreenwcx-i, lYauklio,
LJuiburch, C'lumlju, niflXin cnnectt.iii at Sermoar
ith train on the Ohio A Mi--iippl Roa I, ai at lni
ville with trains oti the Li.i-v:ile. rYankfort A LexiPtoa
and Lonihville atid Na-hvi'.le K.ad.
Frviht traüisleave da '.y. Freight promptly fena ardetl.
Office, Madison Depot. We-t aide.
A. S. C.VUOTHF.RS, Superintendent.
J. 0. Wnrrcowa, hn ltt Acei.t. apl't2-dljr
P. G. C. HUNT,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
NO. 32 CANT .TIAICKFr ST Hi: KT,
CIIFAl F.il AND r.FTTFR IN
STRCMKNTS than were 1 ver
pllered in this market. Mv ar-
ranfrennts with Ka-teni li.no 7
Biatii:fnctureri are M.rh that I can
rurnih fll order- 25 per cent.
cheaper than any dealer iu the WVs-t, atid I warrant then
intperior Instrument. ()iilv f.r ca-h.
Call and see at Messrs W IL Talbott A- Co'a Jewelry
Store, No. 24 Waohinston street.
PIANOS. MF.l.OIFGNS,Ol:r.AN, GUITAKS. VIOUNS,
ACCOKPKONS, Ac.,TLJKD AND KbPAIRF.D.
liivin Lad over twenty ye m' experience tbe public
can be jv-ure.J that they now have a Wtter opprtun:ty
than thev trenfrallr tnet-t with to bae thf ir In-trunirtit '
put in pe'rf.ct rdtT. U. SCHON'ACKKK.
To Officers of the Army.
JUST KF.CF.IVED A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
For field, portability and power they supersede
For sale bv
S EMMONS, Optician.
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, &C.,
Of the greatest transparent power, of new im
provement proerly adjusted to the cai c.
Orders from tlie country, with particulars,
promptly attended to.
Repairing neatlv done with dispatch.
oct2i So. 2.". South Illinois" street.
General Commission Merchant,
Ren ler Iti Finn r. (i rain, and nil kind
of ( uiintr)' I'roduce; Vine mid
liItiora.('iur, Tobacco Ac.
OFFICE AND WARFHorsF.,237 SOUTH SECOND ST.,
Aitvnnrr) made on ,on.l2rninnl.
200 Recruits Wanted
Thv EIc veil Ih Infantry,
MAJOR J. V. (iORDON
I.-authorized torai.-e In Indiana.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS BOUNTY.
J3AT FI.OM f 13 TO 22 PER MONTH, WITH RA
TIONS, quarter-, medical a'lend.mce, 4c . com
plele. All ho en'i-t will a once e e!"lhed, futsistd
and provided w ith eerj thin? e-ei,tial to their coiafort
by the Government.
Thettrm of enlistment isTIarec Year. Pay to
commence frm date of enlistment.
None hut al ie-loiied finale men, between the asjea of
IS and Si years, need apply.
lU cruitins Indezvou in Metrcer'a new buildinir. No.
5C F.aht Wa-hiuston btreet, atijoiinn Odd Febow' Hall.
D. R. COIT,F!r.t Lieater.art
F.leventh Infantry, Recruitir g Ofticer.
LFS M'-eraMe. l y Victor Hn?; ,
l"ve's IiIkt H on, by lr-. N;uth'rth;
Ravi-ii-L'e. I v Kiiiw-'.ev;
V Ly Paul Ferro'.'. K:ib -d hi- Wife;
Nine Motith i'i the o-urtemaier' Impart ment;
Par--n P.rnwnlnw 'a Y---k:
S:t4!en Ma-k, t y Wiikie Coll.n., author of W oman
. i.i White;
H wer f the Prairie;
.' Life'i sxrret;
Recreation -f a Country Par-on;
Lei-ure Hour- in Ti':.;
A k A-:t l-v.r-,
City of the Sairtt.;
noiriL sTi:utiiT v ro.w.
SCHIEFFELIN BROTHERS & CO.,
And Dealer In f ancy t;od Icr
AI-o, Arnt r.r the sale of Rented ivtroVoir, IUamna
ting Oil, operior to any C-.al OiL furnii-bed In any
quanuoe ai tae iri market r4a.
17 AND 172 WU.UAM STB .NEW '
i:liablitied in l?sO.
BAKER'S PREMIUM CHOCOLATE. PURE PRE
P.vr.ED C4-oa, Rr..ma. Freuch. Hom-opatUc and
Vanilla Cholate4r. warranted eqval In quality and Carer
to tbe Part Chocolate.; Lave tol tbe tent if oer three
quarter of a century, aud ar. pro-uneel by all who
bav ore ued thetn to 1 up.-riir t any othera.
Manufactured y W. Raker A Co., at their ;:!, In T.r
eheter. Km , and for a!e at their P.rarcb De;xl Jfo.
317 Fultou rtreet. New Tork City, a-.d by Grocer and
lea)er generally throughout the Union.
Adlrrsa II. L. riEI.CE,
jel0-d3ui 117 Tulton rtreet. New Tork.
3 V 'i?-7f
Tin jr1 .s j
iVll. k 11 '
Indianapolis anil .llnriitoxi
1SG2. JgJBzft 1S62.
THE PA55EN(,FR TRAIN WILL IXATK THK
Union n pot, Udlunapoli, at 12.30 P. it. da.ly, for
Madison, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Thii the horteiit railway line to Cincinnati and Lt ula
rille rmrierrit.g at Madi.'on Ith the United ?tate yl
Line teanler, arriMiia; at Cincinnati in tin to con
nect with the Kxpre-a Train on the Little Miami railroad
leavimr at 7 oYbw F A. M., fr the Ea-t, and by tie Ken
tucky Central Railroad f. rthe South, aud at Uul.iil
ab..ut 11 P. M.
lfcetumli.tr, lea .Cincinnati daily at 12 M., by the atoT
earners and alo by the Ma !i:i" parket. Fret (,'uefn
and I'rinre-, arriri-ig at Madin lit time t c..nnet with
the la--4 n'cT Train learjinr at A. M., aiel arrKlttir at
Indianapol. at lu.1,0 A. 11 making coLnecUona wRb
all traina leavinir for tbe Ea-t, West, and Nrtb.
Ft the accommodation ..f way pa-.eier a Car will
ntn in roiitiectiön with the Krelirtit 1 rain daily, leavtnir
IndiaTajHili.s ate :t0 A.M hieb traai rer.ain ometin'e at
each tation, arTor.Ltiir pa-j ft x an j portuvjty for the
transaction of businc-, arriving at North Ma Wo at 2M
lore to Cincinnati, or rinrlnnnll to
Indlanapoll, 3 K) ; To
LouIvilIe. S3 r0.
No charge for meals or .tate-rooma on the ataamera, or
for baircaite or 'Tnnil u at M-!i-on.
Taritl of Freight a bw a by atiy other route.
Shipper, and merchant West wia find it to their inter
eat to travt-l over and .tip bv tl.Ia Hue.
ar:r,-dtf. D. C. ER A Nil A 31, SuiHTlr.tcndent.
rpiIE UNITED STATES DTK-HOUSE, NO. S J-OCTU
JL lllinoia street, Irvl.anapoli, Indiana,
JOSEPH HARRIS, Prop.
At thi old a'it well-known etablidiment, the la-lie.
can have :lk a'et woo 1 e n ;oo.l 4lyei H perrnanent and
leauiful colors and penta' Rartnenta thoroughly rcnoTa
tedaril rrraip'd, aa ;ool a wbea hew, at lower pricee
N w and .-con.l -hand clothing boucht and nol.t, aUo,
a paiieular bmni h in the btiir.e-a detiominaw-d finedriw
itiK billiard tabic ibth. or tear in any garment can bo
ao wr..TiK'ht that It can not v4-.t.e to the nkel eye.
tlU ikntntry rder punctually attended to.
No toi.i. ctioii itb any other boo.- In thi city.
Rnieruber the plase, N. R-H houth Illinois treet.
feU JO-sEI'li HAbKiS.
Olli: TO U MI Itl I I. f.UAM I r.
Courhs atid Gold will po away,
S'Hiet in.e ju a single day.
If to the Itru Store )u will
Arid (ret eupplied with Tu-ilaic;
Vi can il Ireely a you pleae,
II .i-ver fail to (rive yoa eae.
Tnos l.rariiile. wjnd-rful are, I'm ure.
I or they pee.t;!y eflect a la-ti:. cure.
Xy 2i cetit pr lo, at all Iirusr More..
CT'RES SOltE TIMtttVT.
oin: to iiicamu:s timi.a(.o.
TV ON I EI.'H-L G II A NT EE.-..
Oh' where can I find tl'ni,
T' the J)ni .-lore jro 'jtikk,
I WliJ dp.-e.lily try tben-.;
1 ha e a I nd Conti,
Aa 1 I wi-h to be ,ure
To Lave il, bet reraIy
That will ry K.n cure.
JI 7 25 ce; per box, at ail the Irue .'tore..
B U A a I) K S T ITSS I LA (I ()
CUliF.S ASTHMA AND PP.ONGIirTlS .
ICtT" S'ld by all DruKi'-l. 5 lent, a to.
I IVa-art to the Ta-te lio.Jren cfy f. It.
B 11 A N I) K S T U S S I LAG O
cures iDonyr, cun.ii AMitKorr.
trif S"bl by ail iTni-!.. cen'a a
CURES COiGllS AND COUiS5.
s.id Ly all Dru,-:-t. 5 cent a ba.
ANOTHER JXVOICK OF
etttieir ntair . AnirtA
STEINWAY & SOB'S
Jat rec iTetl a 4 Fta
WII LARD A TOWEU-
N. R. Pitno, tor.e-J to . rirr avl LY THE YEAR
American Express Company.
UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY.
OIF1CE ON THE CORNER oF WASHINGTON AND
V rid ! a n itrr et s 1 teli ax polia.
Tbrr-e Ua.ty Kxprvi ra t New Tuf k ;
Two daily tipre to CiitnaU, and
T ) da '.y In rewi to Chi apo aJ St.Loai;
Tb aore Cotnpaaiea are the only rtrtlefediprea
tbe f.'llowtn road. ii:
L-VFAYETTE A CHICAGO;
INDIAN Ait )1-IS A P-KC:
TKKRK lt. VITT, k KICHMONTV.
Mjtey, paaare., aloablea and freight careied wttk
aafrly aixl ilepauh, a4 ta caarf of .pwciai aad tfflc Wat
" Notes P-iÖ and Drafl taiü I prompt! col lasted axx)
ready ret am auade J- -UTTERlitLX, Afeot.