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Vtrltsbnri I Oaar !
There 1 hardly a doubt b'i' VicksVire l.ea
fallen. It i the oMai important and mtoreatiog
Ttol of the war, aad Ihe near of iU capture will
eieatrifv the ramma All Ml to .raittba
ftfUjrt tad lie urtny! It : a pldriotte
efVtorj. or e may better ciy it w..t achieve by
eTie of glor.oae t .clone, and the honor idue
to Wettern -.Miem and Wertem Generali
4 at at Vnrkaburg li creafcfoe. blow to thei re
bellioa It open the X.-imippi end diftdeiht
Rebel State. We rear a the fall of Vickaburg
aa ajore important to our arms than would h n r
been Um captere 4 nflftaman 1 witboot it.
W i hi ear all bope that thia victory rrny
be the tefiaaitif: of the end of the rebel 1
lion Every intereat of the nation ieni
a peedv termination of the war nl the anlr
hoj r pee now ia in the overthrow of the R.- -al
retie. Let He Km and KowBceaat. atii
H ml Mow tbe irtoma ei .mpl f Grast
and theo we ma hope that the aunSlit of
ij once more gladden the land.
The Arm fl tlie Petonm .
There are eariou ;u r-jr n retard to
the future eorori: r of tke Army of the Po
tornf The generally received opinion is that
H ein will be dleplar-ed . We hive heard that
(neral Roan awa to be transferred from hit
pvtaenf ommni, I to try hie ftrane. or skill, or
tip apu fitt Li; It is aho stated by
tho- who pro: to !e well iif'"rnjed. that Gen-
eral DtMit, E. Sicatin is to be the uc -ri.or of
Hook ax We have this rumor from a mili
tar gentleman of experience and
reatwm. i-n Sn lh has ethibted mili.
U- o a hi.-h or Irr, and perhape be may
be the eominr maa th N'ai'oi.kon- of the w ir
In the hutorr of war but lew Generals h ire
been found capable of mn.in and ühlutj:
larwe armies, yet Sirmrs may be them in for
the rri-is. It is evident th it the C-mmii-ler frr
the nvion ha not yet been developed, f i r
11 tbua (ax have failed, rml we have an abidint;
faith thiit the rrum wtio wili prove equal to the
t-mergen-j of the country will yet be found
. i .
Arbiträr arraate in Inslian.
We ouoW-'-ii d ri if (. trans Moafriji ha-
t. k. ii i ieiidcd position in nproeiun tommy fur
ther ir'e-'-i in Itidima hy the military uuthori- I
tie We rrvt incrlv hor th-it thin rep.ot!
mnv prove true There m no Heredity for llii.
liffi' of nibitr.irv power in thi S'nte. Indiana j
Is fniihfnl in all her obligations to the Federal
Government and tbe requirement of the Cunstl j
tutinn Ohadienre to law i not only a recop-
nie! rule of anion by our people, hut nil the
mnnditesof tat deil atmet ip be served it
out intevrtijition or opofiaitiori Indiana is not iaaa
nsurrectionary condition, heiice there is no pol j
o .-v for the exerriae of mtlitry rule in derogation
of the civil power It is right that Governor
Mokto- ahnuM rfit any en'rt:tiliments upon
the aoaeiitutional rights of the petple of Indi
ana, ami any derogation or assump
tion of the duties which devolve upon ;
him a the (.'hiH Mairintratc of the Stt He
Fhoidd B' t nermit his authority to he over
an.uiowro oy a military c . m nniiiit. tlfl M
Governor of Indiana, and an -':ch it i hfaj dutv
to see fhat all the eoattrttttl ' il riphts of the
people are ree-ted and observed, (tovernor
MoRTot will gain the confidence and resoect of
the people of the Suite, irrepeetive of pnrtv,
it he will in ainttni a firm position against any
chments nron the civil rights of the peo
pie or his official preroatires.
There is no neceeaity for keeping a laru'e mil
itarv ton e in t!ii- Stale. It would require but
very few oldiers, if any, to protect the Govern
ment property, or to aid the civil authorities in
the di-cbarge of their duties iv f u t, the people
theaaaelvae would suatain the latter in preserving
orler md peace Lvery wddier in the State tit
for duty ffhouM . promptly ent t the field to
aid in mining out aimed rebellion, nnd thu
rc-tore peace to the country 'v only hope
of i'r. jo i m tl "ioen u nt nn f the tt.-e . t : -1 i -
tu'ionn whit h the C'oii'titut ion h aft secured to ua
aa a nation, i m a paai i ba Mhanaaa al iha a r
The loncer it is pi ncrasrnnted the greater the
dancr to the literlies of the .oj!o Is war
is the only way of determining tl sectional con
troversy if the -word i the oin arbiter of the
nation's trouble- the quicker it is fought out,
the letter. 1 hi- couree ia dein m ied alike by
found idicy nud the dictates of humanity.
Hen o rain Vtrftlnu I sir 111 our.
The Petn -Tutu" M i-s Mee" : at Sevmour oil
Saturdv. wna numerously atteti led by the peo
pie of irk ti m l -u i Mi:nh:i .-..intie- The
annoutu eiuent that Col C. L lbinham. of the
vahaot Kitt et h. the hr n c hero ot M umf .irdsvil!
and Parker s QrOM K ladt. Mid one of lndi in i -Bj
i-t tnien'eil i'.ateinen and htillimt oi atrs.
would .d lre- the -eiinir. w is the ntgejal for i
genertl ou'po.inng of the people Irem ill sec
lion The meeting: eonvened in Cipt Stiield'
grove, adjacent to dwrraowr, at one o'clock, I.
M. At -pnrter pit one o'clock, Col . Puuham
a-.en.ci : ind.autl sfoke ibout two iMuirs.
Ills eeyh wis happily conceived und eloquently
deüvetel It ws replete with sound sentiment,
pure pit: itim, iml onv'uicmj; logic He -i :
it ws not hi purpose u in tk partivn speech.
His aole intant' io was to plead in behiit ot ! i
ctmntrv. now bleeding if ev r v re tnm the
rurh e- tt ick of tl)c S iUth-rn traitors n tj,e
fjery orUal thrMlgh which the nation is no
eaikhCa it is a wtntial tbat the winde North
sh bj be thoroughly unite-l in sun ort of the
Government He asimioistere! a pungent md
wi; iner te 1 -ebuke to detrved men in the Re
pubiicjn nrty who are continu illy aanlhaittll
iragerery Demoerat as a "copperheid." "butter
nut." or eee-iou av run ithizer ' Slid there
w is n ground for such genu al charges The
Dem cTi'ie par? was eminently f yl and luw
abidm.' devote! to the L'niiMi. nd would -'.and
b the G iveriiru" it b the isi . ajthsjajgh ail o'h
eis might reake it . als i aa -on ite.: uiow
unco nible meo in his owi pirtv. who cr
' ilndttionist" at all who JdTer aith them A
t 'be war po'icv ml the A la niairatiaa. it aowtd '
not be etpe -tel tint ail men would luHyapftrove
eifo me.- . :ci He himseit did not
re.-ard - ra t III mei.-ures ihe l-e-
bet th it C uM have been i.lor.ted. et he s pot
di-tol I" tike sides againt h:s Qoveri me; I
be-ui-e it ofl -ers htd not . oneeveiv hi: . o-
aarding to his n ition He mid his heirers ;h it
he rem uned a Democrat He believed that I
:irty was deioiaxily ittMcf ed to the Uuioi and
tlie Cuastitulioa. earnest m its simp irt of the !
liovernmetit. and w al i never ibandon the Stir,
an 1 9tri:e We regret ..r i. ib-Iiti to t ,:
extended report af Obi. Dui.h.m - ;eeili It
w is decidedly a speech for ilic unat. ud as.,
H in Jaaoa B. BMtn fll owed 0- 1 Dunham,
in an eUiuent. able ami effn-tive speech. It i
one ot.uiuit g cat Lam an atoat master. effcris,
and elteiteil freipent applause Macksvin Ti.; m .
at a BafCHra Wa -'! tteU-
lerue. uei ' o tar I k H-cber. of LaeWetfa,
in ties m Tiling' paper I n - i one of the
h , est wholewile grocery bouses in the St ite.
,t- l,r niiKr'i oiitrririse stid -trict alten
tian to basiaesa they hare iiKrwaaed ttie.r hsi
aeta territory in the ot rear to an extent that
my we4i nake uroe of the nri.s tc ftie Stir
C I open heir eies With ample menns. and
liadaala amb.uon u earn their trade nto a'l of
Central lodiaua. they offer auch inducements as
nni-t at'mct the attention ot uierchauc in all
t n haurg raiimad connection with Lf nette
M r- tlirl A Uitcher are true buaiueat men
an l kii-o ;t, a tneir oil-re-t to sui Iv ihr inter
as of their ewatotaers Again we dhecl at ten
li in to the imraense stock of staple and fancy
.r erie thev offer for sale
Tur Aimt or rwt fkmm Still Nictitc
Tat KitMT'a Kaile- u CiiuuaicaT4M lit 1
pian 1 hi Radwl Aaisiao Hot. j
Viotsnos or Li ; N a ap st w'n I
Special Cotreapaodrnce of 6e Chicago Thn
WAiiioToM, May 19
There haabeen wrUi.gs in tha portion of the 1
Armv of the Potomac snce my letter of May l.'l. i
n .r ia tbete anv indies 'kh. whatever that a m .ve
mem will tie tmwfe before the end of th; m.ii
Hundreds of officers, of all grades, have pied
tawowth Una eity on these wav Nwetn. oa briet
f'jrloughs. during ibe las' eck, and this fct
alone would he stfaetent to sh w tht no ttova
merit is at present contemplated. Indeeil. the
srmt is in no eoadition to aa-ume the offensive
The Admlnitration ru t!.e -ame -on.
who asserted aa p-i'ively . on the 9th and 1 1th
of Mav. that "'Hooker's ar ny has again croed
the river" an as,r,ion which waa prove! to be
a falnehooil on the 12tb these s.une :Hfiers now
say that the army is in tine -pints, nnd enger to
be led against tha e. emv a i Bat I nu war
ranted by the heat testi atony tbe testimony if
doiefis of fliears an 1 men from tad arm
corps in saving that this is not so ; that thte i
no heart left ia the army, as lonj as Hooker
commands it; tad. more th in that, th.it thelo
in the late battle, so tar from havinp been over
estimated, are mart) irrealer tfiui - 'ei,
will reach 20,0(H) men. Of Gen. Slocum's armv
corps alone, tfae 12th, there are now 1,700
wounIef lying in one hospital, beide those that
till remain in the enemy's hands The fearful
account of those who were left to linger in agony
for three days, ami then to die at last, h is not vet
been tendered. and pr sbablj never aill lie.
The loaa sustained hv the armv. too. m the re
turn home of thirty a :hf regiments of veternti
troop., is very greif. They are by far the bast
reg mentain the arrn. tully epial in every re
spectto rtgular Ifaona, tad then loss caafMl be
replaced. If tue Adminiatration had had any
fore-ight at all, it would have provided hna ago
far this env rteiicv Theie 'ire -evr-ral S: -
where the draft or Icred last year ha- never been
enforced, and in the-e Stitea the administration
could eisilv have ii.-ed ÜO.'M'd troops three
month' ago. and had them now in a tolerable
state of erli-' ency at letaf enough o to fill up
the ue:!eted earaS ol Hooker's army. The con
tanaanct af fatting to do this ail! be thai Hook
er's array w ill now he unable to do an y thing more
than to act on the e'en-ive until the consent
tion act ia en for ceil, anient it i- joined by Ifaopl
now employed el-ehere
The I cts that have cotne to light during the
I it week show that the wotk iiccompli-hed by
Gen Stonentaaä cavalry, in their recant expeali
tion Uw inl- Richmond, re iilv amounel to noth-
ing at all, -o far a mv real d linage to the ene
mv w i- eon emed. or any interruption to bis rail
road cointnuiitCMtiotis T Iii, however, wut no
fault ot (Je: i St owm m V l lie blame l!e With
eitlier Halle k or Hooker, for nor atading Stone
M oft on thi- ipedittnn on the '21th. that be
ruulil have noeaatpli'bed ih-t for whidi he wa
sent, and hnve retunie. to Hooker'- irmv intime
to h ive participated in the battles of the 'id. .'Id.
aaaiatk of May. All the damage that was done
to the southern railroads lius been rcptireil long
Joe Hooker is beiu ns badly abused now, by
nitnt of tha Abolition papers, as he was formerly
undulv j.raiisl The New York Fett, the New
York Tribut e, and even the Nortli Amet;caii and
the Press of Philadelphia, ire now snarling at and
aba-inc him for bis ridi ulou- nii-t.ikes and epie
gfiOM blrjf.ilers I hope von can lad room for
some of the-e "Disloyal Gems That in the
Pie-s is particular!) tieh
Wl.en our eftnohinad fleet and army were de
feited tit Charleston on the 7th of M irch, Mr
Lincoln hisiened to assure the world that it w
not even a rennNe, hat only a check, and that the
attack should be immediately resumed. Ten
weeks have now baapeed, and "iaiiadi Italy" has
not vet come When Hooker - - shaaaafully
detetted on the 1st and Jd inst .Mr Stanton has
tened to assure the world that no -criou- dis is'er
Ui the armv ""had taken pi ice. and th it tin- army
would seedilv flatUBM offensive oterations
Fifteen days have since e! ip-ed Hooker lies
till, and makes no sign of movinp; and it. i- ut
terly impossible that his armv can move for a
month. Queer men these Administration peo
ple. What do ihey mean hy "immediately" and
-peedilv ?" And die- Stanton mean tosiv that
the loss of 20. If Ml troops, put hnrt du combat, is
no "serious disaster?" It i a lo-s that so rip
ples the army that it annot move Is that no
-crious diaster?" That loss and the loss of
otifidence in Hooker havedem orabzed tiie atmy
Is that no "serious (iis i-ter?" Is it not time thai
the Administration should i-ea-e to deceive the
people by declarations so utterly at variance with
The work of enlisting negro .soldiers proceeds
very slowly. The negroes, as a general thing,
all over the country, ue averse to entering the
armv not so mach for fear of getting killed, aa
hanuae thev te:r falling into the hands of their
old misters, and beim; sohl again into slivery.
Ther are well - itisfie-1 of the inability of the Ad
ministration to prevent the iatter fate imaethev
ara cnnt0ad ; and thta, fo . notw ithst.uidinr the
assertion of Mr Stanton "That aagTO anidieil
shall stand BMNI rhe ss me footing, in all restiecfs
as white soldier-." The Americans of African
ikt-cent ire ni,er in their generation than the
A tner'cins of European descent; for. while the
latter have been prone to swallow :!l the Mtin
chauen aionen th il it has pleased ihe Adininis
tration to -end to them, the latter, with a cunniag
sagu ity which is oneof their traitü. h ive steadily
refu-ed to be duped, eitlici by Mr Lincoln's vis
ioiiaiy -ehernes of Qaatfal Americui coloniza
tiop."! ty the iilit'er ti and tnfiiiii .rle-a s;e:ier
alitesid'Mr Stanton's p;otniea. Still, by the
use of instrument a!; tie- !.v no means credit iblt to
the A liuim-ti it. on, im ludiin: the esneadiUMC of
in Hiev in l.iviah profusion, the War Hepart ment
ill al ite- on haviag under arms, by the end of
Aagatt, 5'i.lXlUof ibc-eliUck fellow, under Ahi
Iittoii white officers X.
r roiii tle viiHisipji Squadron.
M ii-sipvi Sgt ipaox, M iv lh.l.
BatTOf Static Sintinh.. Except the dnili
di f iirnie ot ironclads, tia ajade and Monitors
lor the upper d-et of Adm.r.ti Porter, I hive
aothiag to eotMaaaftatOa unless it be the rood
rows from General Grant and his armv All the
new- you hear from Grant, Porter r Banks, i
in the miin true, lor fighting men have no time
to et up sensations, nor hate they rime to tap
aeast the news. We will he in poaaajt on ot
V ckahdrg afon, bat whether we will b the
Kehel force thai are now there is another jue
tion, for thev h.ne one wav t et out bet
tghliag east. Of aninndetipg, utd a very good
V II. too. l. tv the y ii r; ei
The teleriph inlprflM us thai tbe chief of the
Arm VinIi.-I Department. Dt Bamatond, hat
liken from the medical supply table, calotte .mi
t irtar emetic. If th;- rebellion, over and aljoie
all eine, has denion-trated anything, ir is thev.'
number a a-es in our nation, and aaeacialtf tn
ineiK 'i.e Lh HojUQBd. otytf an ooqtidcred
above medioevity in hi- arotVstioa, and if thia di'
natch ba true. 1 aaoatd tlciik he was erv t ir be
l"W it. No intelligent i m. -ai e cry ruel ,
w oil 1 think of pi ng cal imel or tarr aatOtü m
the field, bu they can oe e ren with the oinf
i I te-ulta m the irmv hnsoiul as thev pan in
! art hol mew'- Hosnit. I. London, or IVnt-vl
vinia Ü spital, Philadelphia. 1 would like to
pj Pr H inn aad how ha wm. i treat : neu
ttoawa without the one or the otlie.-. md e-pe
c i Iv if memmgiris -h oild -urervitie; or how he
woui ! treat my mfltn m.iti. n of Se meint.rine
of the b-iin or of is substance, without cal mel
1 .tietn; t il would be ke atteiaf ?t
raptioa ot M unt Ye-ui u- with an homeopathic
astringent pill, or to manure a eeiöinem ith a
br.-e. oi fjaaaa, w E f.
lion. C. I ul land Igham
Tiiia gentleman a prieoacf of State left
ibout nou esterdiv on the gunboat Exchange,
f rtne South, nur-umt to orier- Ironi Wa-hinc
ton It will not be forgoCtaa that, for worls ad
dre-eevl to rfie peoTde it. ut their own affiir of
government, it a lare pahlic atoating, a- i phtat
hundre 1- of mile from a public enemy . Mr Vnl-
d"- im w-i- arreatel t.r military anthorirv.
tred bi a court martial, and onni.-teJ of sj-etk
in- eert in word with which he was charge! with
uttering, md aentenced to impri-onment, aud
then tautbhcnei t from bis mtii e S: ate We ue
mahfc e hittr so Lmeoln told r.mress it I
in the pnj;res of ir- formation we have wived
at the third ear of the reign ofihefi st Kc: uh!i
cat. Pre-idcnt The case of Mr Vallaaahham
it a portion of thi- iiepuoi :.-n history. What
will elaea im pages remains to be teeti C ncki
n if Knctuirer
iH'Tlt CincianaU Knipjirer says the aop!
tree- in bal cat) fiave -uflere! some Irom tbe ef
feet of cold nights of last week.
The Albany Argus ways Mr- L "eem to be
tat pofr at Waninjrv-t, rndar 'he aaaomne
of h-r fivor lies tba rotd to Brigadier üenaral-
s i. '! M 'j r Itenera li pa.
John Mitchethe Iridk Saotasionitt, aow
edidng Um Hichmvnd Laquirer, ia aaentiaaed
for Brigadier Generalship in the Confederate
General Howell Cobb is rainj a new reg
imen f.r m ema in M d lie FltaMa, where he it
lo have a command.
The Pen-ion Office at Washington has I.-.te-
ly recorded the nineteenth thousand th application
of wives made widows by lhi war between the
N ru and Sviuihe:i. S-atea.
A W.i-hington prragraph ays that General
Hooker ntased Thural it afternoon in riding
ahout Washinpton w th Mr- Lin-oln ( .
Thurnlav eveninp the President de ided to retain
and sustain him in comm md of Ue army.
Gen Ord is still tt Carlisle Barracks. whithr
he wat etiled, ss a pum-hrncnt for coroinc to
Wa-h :..oo!, w.thaut le.ne. while a member of
Üie Buell Commis-ion.
The fara iu" Colonel Gricrson is dcarribed
aaatall. -pare mm, with a determined cast of
countenance, "Ibjjhf "complecteal." aud eery
itRh a soldier.
The New York fndeendent sar: "(ienerals
do not thrite under the drip of the Capitol. At
thirtv six hours' distance from Wahtnpton ar
mies and Generals succeed. At twenty hour'
they just bold their own, hot within six hours'
thev are as dead as a field of wheat unuer the
sh ulow ol uphs trees."
Th. SgV York Isntpi npfvt on "SlUflaV
wall" Jacon The current number ol The
Independent, in a leader upon Thomas J Jack
son. the eminent Rebel General, who died a lew
davapo, from wounds rereived in the paafattoa
of the b it'le of Chancellorville, at the hands of
his own men, aOja:
Hen.-eforth we ktiow him no more after the
lath He is no loOgOT fbt. We think of him
now a- a nolde minded pentlernan. a r re and
eminent Christi m! For vears he h s been an ac
tive meiner of the Prath 'et i m Church, of
which he w is a ruling elder. He nevet , in all the
occupation-o!' the camp, or temptation of cuin
paiuns. lost the fervor of his piety, or remitted
his Chri-ti an d'.itie
We know thit befoie every important move
lie s; et much lime in pi t r He had 01 pal htj
aoul in the keepinp of hi- m ister th it he w is re
lieved from II thought of aatf, and had the whole
p wer of his life ready for his oik Oftoatl ol
Kreinont's armv. who pursued him in his laniou
ietreat Irom the Shenandoah Valley, fnaad him to
be greatlv be'oveil by the common people, among
whom, in former time, he had labored in pra i
meet.np-. in tempenmce meetiiiL's. and in evet v
Chri-iiith wold Öd work. No wonder he fbaghi
well aJasaa a regten vhata topography he had
m i pted down with praiers, exhort. iti n-. und
Let no mm -uppo-e tbal the North will tri
umph over a fal'en son with insulting gratu! a
tion-! Nowhere else ail! the name of Jackson
le more honored Not for acihe-ion to the oawee
of slavery, but for hi utitsraJohod njMoaaJ oaar
acter. for his devout piety, and for his militury
How Gkmfrai. fiRM Staktip on Btl Pkk
Camfaicn The Ohleaga Ttibune learns
Irotn a gentleman who participated in ihe recent
campaign of General Grant, up to the time the
en etat erase ad the Biir BI ich in the retreat to
waul- Vicksbtirg, that in itartioi on the move
uient t!ie fdaaOTal disencumbereil fiim-eif of ever y
thins, -ettinp an ex imnle to his ofaWort i nd men
He took neither it horse nor a servati' . overcoat,
bl inket, tent, eaatp chest, nor even a clean shirt.
His oalj baggage eonsieed nf a tooth be nth He
shared all the hardships of the private soldier,
sleepiup in the front and in the open air. and eat
in' hard tack and tall pork He wore im IWOrd,
had on a low crowned citizen'- hat; and the oall
thinp about him to in irk him a- a nnht irj mm,
w i- bk two stars on his undress military Coal
Hunan oa ot R Paaouta Pamoxtat
Eighty tmroled offi ' r- have rotehod txhington,
and their expeiienee li is a public as weil as pet
aoaal ititere-t We OOOtO it:
When thev had man hed five miles on the road
to Goedoneville, a courier informell their guard
thai Stotieman was in the vicinity, whereupon
thev marched back acain nnd took a fresh -rart
towards Richmond, but. were acain stopped hy
mother courier wiih the - mie iobilligaaca. The
thud t;me thev proceeded by a cirettitbOl route,
arriving at Spotter 1 vania Court houat oa Satur
Oat niht, wlicre Col, Miller the Hebe! commander
tried to procure food, but failed, theie being none
attainahle for his own men Mond.iv morning,
thev marched fifteen miles to QaJaaaf Station,
where tley were jmt into a field in a hard rain,
and kept all niplif Tue-day. a barrel of Hour
lit jfltattl to thaai tO bi baked and divided as
beat thev could, the brst Rand food thev had pit
taken of since t!,e r Cantata nearly three days.
Wedne-dav night, they were put in a railroad
car and taken to Richmond, receiving jeers and
insults in profusion, the women hohjg particularly
abusive. Arriving at Richmond, they wete put
'in a prison gaardad by citizens ith old mu-keis,
some of them not loaded.
On Sunday Governor Letcher, Bre- kinridce.
brother to Gen. J. fl BrlckinridgO, and other-,
visited the piison Letrher said that "Lincoln
could have etoaed this thine if he desireal
Ioiil' a;o." and that he called on Pre-ident
Lincoln himself before Virginia went out, but to
(ien H ive remarked. "Supposed Douglas had
been tleetad, what would h ive been done'.'"
Rreckinridga repliol lhat he ami the South had
been disunioni-'s tor fifty years, and thev were
bound to have disunion anvhow il! I bat thev
a-ked wmm to be let alone, not a ihiti to harm
us "This is the general lotting here." he
On their wav to City Point thev were no' al
1 'Med to ride in the cars to Peteeahotg. tlnuich
rl.ey were running emptv. and vere marched a
dint mcc of twenty two miles
Gen Hayes. Lirutenint E L Ford and Lieu
tenant I.ec sncceeileif itt hiring a cairiage for Ibe
tv dollars in preen acks to convey them some ten
Jim Harrison, the actor, told one of our ofll
cer that Stt;emm could eisilv have come in
to Richmond with thtee hundred men. dope
nu h daatage, and carried off many sjioils. fie
side Iiberatiti.' the prisoners
Fic.iRES no not Lik The Tribune says
Lee'- it my at the tune Hoker crossed io give
him bittle only counted &0.0U0 men The 1 itne
taf Hooker's army at the -ame time numbered
159,300 men It thus appears that, with more
than three time- Lee's armv. HooUCV w .- no ible
to whip him in the rirt Hchf, and unable to do it
aith twkf hA t nail hit itnioiitt of tan if'erhe
pot hi reinforcement Ar oritiii tu the täte
meats ol the Tlfbane and Time. Hooker! loss
in kille! and aootidod, in fhe evenl hattlot,
i mounted to onlj irom 17.600 to ItijOOO, winch.,
with rhe prtsaueis rtpfaiod by the enemy, rum
hering 5,0011 oi 6,000 njnra . voald makethetotsl
toes from Vt-'i.fMUl to '24 OtMl Lei-, i t-ti-o by
the sinie authorities, lo-t more than Hooker did.
or about 30,000 me. i eyrcedinp half his oripinal
lutea He could nor lu.ve been reinforced bv
more than from 10,000 to 15.IMN men. That
would leave hit whole force after hit losaes in
eluding the los of Gener d Jarkon. who wa a
host I mil from 3 .l M) to 40 ,fHH) mta He
fore this mall force H ker retrear-d with an
iimvwhii h, after all his oa-es, still numbered
S6.td0 men, or about bou to one of the enemy.
Sa mm h Tor the ireneralshin and rKh.mp quali
tie of the new Xspo'.eou fa. V. Herald
Thi OaVTCai or Col Streight General
Frre-i aaaoiead i ei -that lare fofCOt of Yan
kce cavalry wereinN .rth Aiafiami. andm trchel
mmediately to meet r! a-m He reacheii Court
land. Ahibam i. on Monday morning, the 2Tth
ult Gener.'. Dndgl Y u.kee in then in tbe
netphborhood f thr place, with a force of l'hOfHi
men Skirmi-hinp bewail that eveninp. and on
Thin-.Uv oiuening Oanaral Forrest, with no more
than I 5'si Dien, engaged the enemv. Ib.tam
-tion. lor aevet.t! iionr- Theene iement tiMik
; ctfat roe Creek, hotvwan Caatborland and
Fi irence. -nd acn - the ' reek, .is il a n-, much
swollen bv recent r un- ih;-. tt wis impossible for
ajthor parity taceoat The contest dosed at this
place wiihout ibe accomplishment ol i :reat deal
ot: either side From thi- place a Yankee bn
cadt of t Wo thousand w i r-eot tn the direction of
R ime. eataaiandad by Colon-! ?trei;ht. of Indi
an i OfMotoJ Forrest left a repiment at Court
Und. and with a smil! force went in p irsuit of
Stre-h'. mnhine from forty to fifty mi'es a
div and fihtinc m re or .esseery lay. and had
.sne Igtht at two o'clock t night
A hard Igaw Uml place M Samt Mountain on
Thurtaay, whan CmmM T-tr, a hnataae to the
General, w is wouuddi. and it is feirtvi mortally.
On Fridai the lought at I'doanurille. w iea t'ol
Hathawav. of In Vsna. wo hntiri the hrestt and
fell dead from ; h r-e We ir- n. -m -:
Mr .loeph G Blunt lhat when Co H uh iway
fell, several Yankee .ibcers went to him. feli ou
kit hnjd and we;t like children. Col. StfOight
asked Blount to nat the bode of Col H-'h-away
in a m rhn tnd it t ogh tbe
line-, but w i- .- tormed that such irofll could
not be procured Me then asked him to put him
in a pine coffin and bury him. hut Mr it replied
"I can't do that, for you h ive burned ill mv lum
ber " He then aked him to roll up the body in
an oil c.oth. and bury it. W.th this request Mr
B. complied, notwithstanding they buried hit
haaaa, corn, and ail his provisions, his corn crib,
stables, and other out bouses, ai d look all his
mule mid horwew Col Streicht apolortred tor
the act by ascuiring him tiiat what he (Streight.1
did was forced upon him by mi'itary neeeasity.
A fen F..rre-r wn in close pursuit of Cd
Stiaight ha did not heat fdtao to pntiiv the mi
lipnity of his Id ick hert to the fullest extent
He, however. bumel tbe Round Mountain Iron
Work, which be' '.red to the Government and
I ' J d.-e Samuel F. L Marshall.
On Fridny mlit. or Saturday, i defachment of
two hundred picked men was sent by Col Streicht
to Rome, with orders to do tl I r work and then
return to the command Thev came to Col.
Shotter'i spring, one mile and a quirter from
thia place, where they were informed by a nepro
"dwt R oiie i- ; lum full of soldier, an' den bip
guns is put up in cotton bigs, and is pintin' all
up de roads" They therefore returtsrd to their
onim md, without approaching any nearer than
In the me intime. Gen. Forrest overtook the
main bodv on Sunday morning, about ten o'clock,
in Alabama, two miles from the Georgia line
and twenty m V- from Rome He ent a flag of
truce to Col. Straight, with a demand to surren
der The -nrremier wa- so..!: agreed upon
Rome (On.': Sentinel, May 7
From the Botn Dally Times,
t ii in I.. . n i off Itepublican I'aprrv on
the ullandipliam t uae.
We have n the-e remark- tre ited the deciaion
to pro'-eed against Mr tTwlMndtgbaat ae (Jener tl
Buenaidfl own act There is reason to believe
that thia ana the rant, nad that the General acted
without the kaoaiedgaoff scert lined approval of
tbe authotitie- at Washington It is unfortunate
in our judgment thai he should have felt himself
called upon to fake a afepof each eon-erpieme
so unad visablv ; but hi retail ition for th t hone-t
zeal which the ctuintry i loinl of -eeinp m the
soldier, will not -ufTer. Arid, we mn add. the
errOr into which thi- zed h i- ad tiim affordl one
more IHnotlalMij af toe dUBcaltt under which
military men labor in daaJing with such matters; I
anil of the imjiolicv. to say no more, of tskii g
theea caeat oat of the civil jurisdiction to which
they belong, anleea under tha press are at some
visible and ovcrwhelmitur public necessity.
From th" Rost'iti Traveler.
T 1 -.M1.-J ... i mmm , i... ...Ii;,..... ...I :..;i I
I It f loill-ioil o?"i rw-ii , I iiiiiii.ii l .ill' l.lo
power-cannot he preveufeti from O'-currinp under
the present st ate of thing, and if it is not s-eisop-nb!v
te-i-teil, we shall, in a rew years, beconie
like M xico. a miüfarv repuhlie. where the m m
or tha clique will rule who can eonlrol lor the
time bains the lareott number d havoneta, A I
nre-jeni there can fe no verv serious trouble; the
ni itter all lie-; in ihe ;ertn, but it will grow 'lav
bv dav, month by month, and yearn? year. Vah
litndigham ha many friends and roliowers m
Ohio. Thacooraoof tho military authorities in
proceeding tgwtnal him is not ealcalated to de
crease their mimPets. At present he and his
friends are powerless They are unarmed. A
convention of them ij. however, to be bald on tho
I Irh of Jane, .and whether he is aent to the Tor
taget oe to ihe Southern lines thev tin v elect him j
and a Lei-lature thai will support him Then
Comas the collision, and who will answer for its i
ccmecqueace.il Let the opposition to the General j
Government find itself thoroughly teated in nowrai
in anv of the S'ate- au'iiiiist fhe tnditarv eft tt8 of
the General Government to sinn rest them, and if !
will not herkam to meet miiitirv power with
From the Spnncrlltal (Mass ) Ri'pub!ian.
If id tr.ni-h to ! o r"rettiil that fieri RnrnaSdft
- . ... U t. 1 1 . 'J V ' . H ' . - - . - - ..... - -
hnt nr been assigned to some command where
there is fi jtilinp to be done, nnd the country is
disannul nted not to see him marching at atniv to
the deliver nice of the lon'j oppressed Cnioni-'- of :
Bant Teiine--ee. in-tend of niixinp ii civil md j
inili'iirv afTi'is in the loyal BUtti of his depot
njaat, a a e His logic is vidoua theanah
out. and the p licv of bis course more so. The i
Government can not punth men for fresson he j
eaaaa 'heir talk tends to pive aid and POM fort to
the Onem? His subordinate. Gen Hascall, who
rules the sah dapwtmoat Of Indi ma. in his sup
pteatentarf orrler L;es a sten beyond Rurnside,
and fairly runs the thinp into the gioiind bv 1
threatening to puni-h all newsnanets and public
tpewflOM "who enden vor to brhag the war f.olicy
ol the Government info disrepute "
Fmm the ?f . Y. F.venir.p Pt.
Thev say that the povernment Inis fallen into
ti preat error, and committed a tliermt wrong,
in canins the arrest nnd trial of Vatmodtfham
bv a military force, snd in that, we suppose, two
thirds of the Republican nartv aill aeree We
can scarcelv oaahl, indeed, that tbe Government
will see pit propriety of rovioaing the course of
(Jen Burnside. wbo-e eirnest patrioti-m and tin-
compreabisinf oateatttion of troteop, whether in
the bud or in the flower, has induced n too ter
emptorv nnd eigoeeSM apnlicnlion af military law
NothiriL' is to be g-ined by the -upprc-ion of
saeh iadmcrOOl nd lieadsfrong talkers as Vallat
dighs m. whoae sperches reallv do ai'Mwi to the
cause 01 the Cnion fy the 1 ititude of his avowals
nnd cuafeaslone, while the principle assumel in
his :irret is untenable in itself, daaenmot in its
tendenre-. and in its effects ptoyocit ve of a
hostility to the Administration not worth the while
to encounter .0
In one sentiment generally expressed by the
: ikers. and particnlnrly bv Mr Godfrey Gen
ther. we cordially unite. It wa- that "the Union
cannot tie restored without fieednm of speech "
From the Albany X. Y.) Statesman.
A thousand friends of the Administration have
pa;d, and ri more of the atme clnss have done
things more injurious to the nntionnl caue than
aiivthing Valla Djdigbaji has said or done
Look . t e ii re war able injnry caused bv the
dismissal of Fremont, mttler, s leget, Lew. Wal
lace, and other mccoasful Generals, from the
pi.b' c service Looh at ihacommonicatioaa au
tho?:ed with loading Rebel- fv the Secretary of
St ite m rhe beainnina l tfto rebellion, and at
Tbwrhtw Weed's -imiiar eondad for months, if
not f'r reart, naeVr tho patronage of the Govern
mrt t; o that f iev wf re ptiffeil at ihe South, as
wall i in the worat oa the Ounptihaad aaeropa
Look i the racking and festering corruptions
of our enstotu house- and enmmiasariate, and.
eagfjiift w 't'n her i nti n lhat of the harmie-s
blow inj; nf Va'tnndighttfu is. Oe Beaides, the
(ioren Mienr misht betfer underetand, fi,-r as'
bud, thai :itiv interlprence aith the Khtrtf of j
sueech u 1 ol the pre--, can not t"iii t.. Pe offoa
ive t- the nablie sense d our people Tin v be 1
love 'hue is no danger of error Ml long M tho
truth is !lt free to rombat if If tt.orr ;- no
cane for eomplail f. the people will justify its
ti'terance Amc:;ctn freemen will abide bv the
Constitnrlon nndlnw-.nfd they will not fee them
violnted nnv more fir the Government than by
themselves The arbvtrarj an est nnd punish
aaeaM witbaat tri w, meaaar ted by Seward k
Son. and now pricticed by petty de-pots dressed
in a little brief .authority, cm nor be m-r uned.
Th ou journal in this St ite which aspires to
'"'he bid emitiencc" of applaudinp the nrre-t of
Vail mdighnm. is the New York Times the
same journal which pronounced "H'tamtio Bay
mour" a "traitor. " and eemed la lend sanction
t..fis.:.i. M Clay's Brooklyn spec 'a h he S '.
Ill: I KIMMIM I II ILL.
Th chrmiQt C tnm dir nr i d Df - ie.
miss jtjsrrriE hiqht.
MONDAY EVLMN; MAY 25. 163.
Tbe performance will commence with tbe Force of
To be folowej by tbe two act Comedy of
Irish Assurance & Yankee Modesty.
Toceaclade with tbe Protean Piece of
NEW ENGLAND FIRE & MAR NE
Nsl KKS DWELLINGS AND BUSINESS PtOPtKTT
ou m favorable lerni-. a -afety at.d ecurit will t-
We call at eutin to the followinr notics fr. ia Mrr
0-.f.ii. amttb k Co. and the Hartford I'res.
Thoe wibbitifc Ui-urancr will cail ou the Afrenl at I n-
J. Ba Duulop.
tKiTi'B SaNTisrL, Gkvr; Permit me. thr uch your
paper, tucail a tentioti to tbepr tnp' aiH fair aettleiuei,t
ot the loa to our Hub and Ueet Factory, b. J. !. I mal. p.
AKftit of tbe Coiupwny a In iauapoli. aitd ibe aramal
pd mi-tit. in fu! ', of rwei;t -fi e huii ireil d .llar, ly tue
New Itaataaa ai.d Marine ln-ura:n.e l .i j.any, of
Hartford, Conn. We mui ctitrlallj reeeataaaa tbe
Coir.pauy t- ti i patronage of ibt poolicfor their prwmpt
nata and rel ahility, and Mr. J. S. Duuiop, &a au Agent,
foi Lit lairnees and promptnv.v.
OSGOOD. SMITU -V CO
From the N. Y. Inuranr Monitor, Feb., I33.
Fnluitl Fire Insiininrf Com
puny nf llurlford, (nun.
This C'imi any hold the even tenor of it way. It doea
sife bui' fo atvl aprrttai aaconefhtj .md ae l Im i i
a nmetcM reeemawa 'ation topu eätMeaat laaatew i
tnaianO avoida apeclal tu;'...r and .iMien roiv, and j
lna it advaat tea ttwrem; nam it e.pene and the'
aamher af Its .-.n,- e are t!.u. llfltMa by a legitimate
jnd p. iv, i. if tantard I . e I . r re am.'iif; the ti.-t ;
baajneM earn of Hartford, capitalin tad ateraatatt, at- 1
lected with r-ft-n nre to taint aa4 maniota. Onoat I
their ataiefTia ua Ihe nfT.ir t tb- Conipany bave been
kept in j.eiff-ct i raVr. Every haw ba been iaid prompt
If. No pei on ha been rc.inpelled to wait otie hour lor
hkt money. Tfce Cnmaany iin all respects, worthy afl
c Dlideiice, an i will. Wm doubt not. be .-plndid y euccesa- !
ful under it" j.re-ent m.muenient.
From let Hart'or I Times. Marrh 14, Ma.
The New Km land ba uta.ne.l itelf w 11 throurb the
exce dmirly unlavorablr laws that -1 the
rtueitioii, -in! has paid ,t- Iomwi" t promptoei tha;
would refl. rl r-ilit upon any ci-mpaiiv . . ... . e past
i. moi.t.H i; l.ar. :.dil 1 to it t mitth -temlilv. aaat is now
doing a mfe aial iirefitaUt bumueas. mySS iAwlt
'OTIfK is RRRKBY Ulf KU THAT! WII.I. SKI... AT
pu1 1 do auction, on tb 0rt T.ievl iv 11: June. l.s3.
11 o'clock, A. M.. on tin premise, jolninu the Modrl
M'lls. iii ; 1..- ( "in of Indianapolis, the following real es-t.it'-.
Thjrtl si feet and .-ven in.-' 1 - off r tbe "et p.trt of
lot twenty-three, (23.) as h id il .n out-lot Xo. 148 of
the aoaanoa I 1 i-. a!jnil g the city ot Indianapolis,
Ind.. by James ; fc,- nnl Ja .e. M Kay. Sai I lo' will be
tl ! for in. leaa than Iww-'bll In of the apprai-e.l vh ut;
the pur. haer py'i p one fourth 1 f tin- paecbaM mot ey
d .wn, on -l. o a in i.. one-fourth m twelve and one
f' Urtb i:; eighteen month- fr t.i the day of sale, securinit
the d leri.-i! 1 11,1 i.t ! Harte, and iuotf(ave on the
premi-- , waivtog valaatioai and approvement laws.
Mr St-Ott ANN M. CARLISLE. Guardian.
U. S. 4'5-20" YEAR LOAN.
fOVUF-SK r.oxns BEAM SIX PRO CKKT. INTKKEST,
1 BaryaMa la aaMa tmil-tMnaally . We supply tbem
n .ill atneminarJea tt par.
1 at arivilegt of labacriMng to this leaa will ceaoe July
I , t.s.
Orders should, tLerpli pe, !e sent It without delay
A. V J. C. S. H AUKiSOS.
my25-dti!ljyl H.u.ki rs, Ii ilianapolis. j
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FOR S A. L'E !
FAY PONIES AND BUGGY
SIMH-K -led. r.r s ..dt' . Mar S. 1. at :be aaHM af
CaaawatWvttte, Va , JKROME. aon of Wm. I. and Mary
-. : u nanrg, ind.
He n, a member of Co. C. 4Tth Riment Indiana
v" ' - !! was a yoona roan of rare talent: tho irh
a the time ..f his death bot 17 year of v, and b.4 fair
to rival t! 'j-ands ' his companion
lie lefl hi bom In tbe flah af mom.
Tha untold hope tbat th-n were born.
Hi tonfue w-.ll never 18.
His memory, time can ne'er efface,
ThotxA-b enfy blood-dr-'-ps tr.ark the lace
n'here the -rave yooaR aalatact f-U.
Ceaae. cruel war, oa, ceaae tkia -trife.
And view tbe work that thou aatf dooe.
Taken an. '.her preevu life,
Aud ruSSed a mother of her aou.
l apt. Pat M Harr.
IWl?n TO E4SFO0I OF MY BAT PONIES AND
haftY. They are perfectly 'ate and gentle. and may
b, dnvwi by the n.ot timd female. S id for no tuft
but aaaaaat I bee n-. further fa th-m I may be
touttd at TnmliuaocS A Cox' Drtsa; mate,
mill dlt b ToMLIX.sON
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BRAND E'S TU SSI LA 60
THK W.ISHKMKUL OKA.XÜLKf .
Paaaaaelhaj aareOoi h and Co'd. tr j.. . et.
REAL ESTATE ACENCY.
) uiLKTin mm
Firt Door tist of Paltufr Hoiim .
UP T AIRS.)
UT'I have for .ale Hf.oaa twi B the Cifr
Indianapolis, and r'ann and Farmnjr Land
thi State, and wtB !! lower than can be pure
el ewbere. .
t The foiu.w cotaprW ome of the property we ar
' nH offerli.tf at low price f.r cab or on time, a me
Bitthe pu-ehaawe ft .!-cA'.
EARL öl fiATCHER, Wr '""" Purine,
Gonorrhoea, Gleets, Whites Strictures
(onri.uT ot ihi rüim or
t, r ootaa -a ly called Clap, ia a
. aod w tw wJl Auunti to rwaj
any tplanatloo; it to rot, aal n la dltVal to
w iw -.niir . iMt.
a 1 " . . . " r-
vadea all rlii of r ) 0 tn mate ara t-male. net
and poor, both married and aiaa;to A thmh wtraaa
aoaao ta rtaalf. .0 aaauaeatM and aaoaattavea foul, it it a
d.e&se tbe l.tiMat U whtCB. BO O0ralil
than the diaeaee ilelf T c.mr:.
.a i ..u f a., t-uictieaa. '
a course of sLarvatLKi livinc oa Broad and tea.
ater rmel. r ennelltl'' ' ; ,'. fat miMtbeti e .'ed.
cu titled or lt Ld , . -n itied w:th
ff - r.. t. and warwi
Even few dai. the medicine, are chawwl; ard
aaw moii'li '-.1'm.i 1 rn thi- W-
Varw1ih cr-a f-.'tftnde f. r fear of eiromre: he laam
r h arced, or diw harre hianelf. with aa irrttabl nretoc,
we!!edteacle.an enlartrmerst af the proatrate flanda
or adiaoaaeot the neck of tbe b Udder
Thi"prinV, which act like a cbana. rithtfew do
on fi(Hf dicaar, and qüite p',eaantt take, and hkh
h aa cured tbousaayta In New Tork. Pti-!adelnhia. OattT-m-re
and manv of tbe Southern citiew. at aerrtain and
" . " v t . . m . it. mm P 1 mm
wiuiounniiri iv . .-.r.u. or ava mar. w i
r. Tai remedy ia wb-I'H-orered
for th cure of tho
frm oar own Batata, aavd fa por
x c-taole t' contain aw Tnev
vj. -e yoaraolf tv all kind, of
at doacer frm the ae.icine
aaaaTat y paate. u
It. 0 that you are not
f - : a
fect'v af-. a
cury. mi tin
it you r. careraliBwri
will hae no u.te or aaell fi
deprived from t .np into company, or !-iar detected by
Tl.i i i j t. k me 'cii . buia reae'v lleo er-! and
ue -. ith nim - e ucceas t v a regular Bhf aidan and
eanSdeuilv rec.rotnet.n.' u- f nui.ate
C lThN Pant 1 rrnrr.oe wrtbout he lanattire of
the propeietoe. W. F Ia-il..n. around tbe boa All la-frlrik-em.
n( o!. rnti V wtil i.e j.r -ecu' 1 I. ihe
timut rtiror oftbe lau .
W l- liAVirOS.8leP',r.r .to.
Sold by Dm;? Mgeoorally. J(
RAG R1U ODFPEK,
av BAOS JA A COFVRB,
Kor ale by
n..r arjca v ixwtnct,
Karl A: ll.'iti'licr.
T E A .
.v- ha Li Cm si 1 ir.A,
For aale bv
Earl A ll.itfin r.
S 13 (j! A B
-400 H,i! N 1 ' lU"
"7 00 !I11 s kk;' 1 1 h ül' KK
For sale by
E r. ri A ll.'ittlier.
500 POXI v v ted'
-j CAtjOTB, aaaartai
In -tore and for .ale by
EAmtL V II A K Iii; R,
i II ä. V. T XUU.
Attorney at Law
Nt I I I I Nl'h K M-K HALL.
mchl ' ii. '.
MISS J. DOYLE
niA l. KWh 70 IMOKM 1 Ml" Umtti OF IN-
aa "lianao. !.- -1.1 - :co. lllal -tie ill km tlUW
Bäiama wer N. s Itotea Nvuar hiK.k, tt w-hmyton
naatW Vis lanjr iiiteaaa krfinK a Par Mdlii.ary
K. -npori r i. m) er .it al nine ma) I -e found iLe t.t aa
- r'm. ni Hvonri.. lihlu. 1 1- uch I 1- r. tlutuea,
Brida! M re aaaad all goid usually t be found m a
fir-t cla e-rabiishir. ni Mu buj le iiitraes maaiae In
liana- - I - 1 ' ino -it r. ' o at 1 ill al a. 1 1 ie.
ae. tit' l-e t .11.0 ino.-l tle-iral'le a-"".- to l-e found m
he maraet. 1 be nairona. af th puMtr i rejiett(UHy
oiiciiaV.. aaaS di
OTUK b JIMifl u.VF.S TH AT TIIF t iMVnM
I owl.cli W il inert, as oail of rqlltilMI .. ;.. ..n
lenity, inae leu kk tt 7 , t'cfaak f. mm le eaai he
i .l.-i J. I .. I ri - - and llalixe tbe ii- m.nt ot l.:i li.e
aaoaaaaaoni can be famaf at the taaaoaaVt nftice. at No.
II Nil Tl ' !. sk.on I'. i.ii-jlvatUB treet, nana
ot t" rt oft. .
tr CYKi s s. Bt rrviaii LD.
mil' -did I'tvllerW.
oti lo u r' nlcr ;itid fair
rgaria Boca, -.ws am ounavfxtai. ja
J rnrnar, oi ora;ia tr.t. brtwwoa Feiin'.vlvania
ati.: aVrl nan, i ptaam -d ' execute all l lndol 1 iirtji'i(f.
In tli- let manner, and at rea.ofiMc j.r.ie.
I k.-ep con-tan ly on band atair t.Hiitera and Newel
raebt-end tain tliem'o oi.ir. All work d.i p.omtly
and in .H-d order.
Ali kl d .1 cirviriT will he dor. ni li e .tue j.lnce hy
aorH-dlm Lrts MM N UM 1NM(.
IIX COMFORTABU BOOMS. OS THR SBO0KD
T5 Saor, allalili lor ..tLc- or sleeping r .im.
mjabd)tl Apply at No. 6;i. Soutb Uli!i..is Sfeet.
ist o roiii i:, Smctaamanai
fl'l'i:!" MlTLKl. M iWUN U b l. IMMN
J hivh. strayed from a drove lat Saturday. In tbr
vicinity of Indianapolis t - Thre Notch Itoad: one,
and perhap all f tb.-m, branded on the left jaw wnh th
ietter II. Any one finding any or all al taaat, and report
the atn a the Kxcbant1 ia- le, ft. Illirxda atrcel, rr the
Ulider-lptie.4. at the ha'e- ll'.u-e aw that I can petttieui,
will tw Iilw-rallj rewarded. Y I HoMxN
SIX BUILDING LOTS,
NcfmT flir 'iifr or flir ilt.
VMTILL BE SOLO TO THE HK2HK81 BIDDER, 01
ff k at.. May SU, lHti, nn-
le- pre; ulv ola at priviite -ale.
The ground s on ulu.. sire-t. near MiaaisMppi atreet,
beiti in Lot No Btvea (?), and tbe Miuth half of Jot
No. eiffht (H), in -tjUart No. tniriy-two (.2), in the City of
In lanapoiia, ubdivlded into ix ioie, for which ac-c poai
ers. Ih lot- are arb 3.' leet mrhej in front and rear, by
91 feet de -p. lo a 0 loot ajia) .
I be gnle will take plac ou tbe irround. If any or ail
of the ai.ovt 1 t an ut-l at the time ab..-, e iikiaed.
tbey will be oaVreS and sold to tha hiebest I id.ieron the
li km- oi.e half e.i-h in band; tie balance in ana and
tyeara, tn equal parts, with intereat, to be secured by
lu-'T' aig- im tt- peanaVaa,
tkmft eawad tliee lots at private sale ran be asceriain
ed bv aj -.licati'di at tbeolbie of
J- 'IIS I P NN,
Keai K-tate rent,
I W Corner WaalliBirtnt ai.d Mt-rdian nt.
Indianaj ol s, Hy M, 16J. m'i-dtd
IiAVlIi "DONALD. VLBKKT i POKTI R.
IclONlLl PORTER .
Attoniry. and Counsellors at Law,
vom s i: i M u .
Over Branch of the Bank of the State,
India. ut poli. ind.
l.ooo i wooii
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
On Monday, May 18. 1863. at 10
o'clock A M
i ll I. 11001 i:a STATE
FOI M)RV AM) 8T0TB WORks.
n&TISG ( OMTLFIlf) 0l l FOrSfiRT.WF. AKE
now pr"fi . d to t.-. f- ve .nd -a: .-f .ee rily ejceeut
ord-- for atawoa anl ct1nc rfternl j. The aemw
partr - ut J . returoi Brem the Eaati where be ha
pr rr.red tbe most de-iralle atnl prft ;atteni. f"r cook
atiI p.. - lo- -t ..-.- eer :.'-ortucel mtotb- marke. W e-pe-ciallv
u.vite ibe attention of whole-ale -to e lealer to
fm branch of our baa at Mia. with a reqtieat that th y aill
fiv u a cill. oar other w-rlt w.ii -m brace iron tronta
and column-, wbicl. e d. -ir- to mke a pr n.nent 'ea
ture .ti . ur manufacture.) railmjf and mill cat!f.p. aurar
m: 1 and kettle, It-taat work, och aa ventilator, win
dow cap-. iil- and ho.low ar. ;n fart evervihinr pro fuced
1 r iT"n InotKirr. "A re-pectfnlly liMt pa'ronajre
an i -nly ;von:ise ahat we can e and prompt!) per
form. iifhce nd Potaadrv. 10.1 - ath Iielaware 'reet, aJoin
im Indianapol; and Ctawmtatti and Indiana Centrai
Fr. itht iVpot. ItidiaLapoli. indmr.a.
v.:yVi- C X, LOR) PfCE.
IST E W FIRM
HA WES' OLD STAND.
rpHF lN-DFosMiXFI. HaVi5. PL'RCHaSFTi OF
j O. w. Baaria. dba antfea t ck of th. wei'-knowa
e-rao..bment. hae formed a boamtaa .-onnection uuder .
the Arm of
SAMUEL STARLING i CO., !
IT' poina- to aell fnr etmk. rJ-:'ir:v, and at nnunal
lowftarure- mjt invit. the pee-.al attention of purrha- I
chasers, t Et I, N -rth lliinoi- 'ret
S VMULI- Tshl.!NG. j
n f I V. .1 I i -'l Ti: nn- lit'. II FHT
T a atec, fi - o to
),Uit cord of a" M-d wo)l. which ha beet, cot front
one t.. flve month'. It ill h cld on tl.- pretnaw-a
wher- r .t. bree mlH" oniH of Ireli .iiapofu. on the
Madiaon i'.ki i id . tjar tb. farm of Mr. AU-.
LI .. k. t ..I -Hi . . m. A M l
I ll.li'i.ll, li. 1,1.. i o i u m mn . - . m iu.j
'. e a e.'.
T- rt..s ' a-- n ha d; but if p. .-chaser, of B0
over : - r niith-' Im on ooe hal' the an
will gi,- aatt.. factory -n urit. uia arr t johii caa ha
n i .. t. w' V kXelRLO,
O V n . ' e : . yr
For the purpoee of attend: i. a- to other huaneaa na;afre- '
menu requirinr my enure attention. I h-ve d:p. sd of
my aloe, of (ir.rria. at So. 3. North Illinois street, to !
the abose tiim! (Tantiemen, and takp easare in soltcit
Ibc the same nigral ah are of public patronaf, heretof.ro
,. ar! - - ..- y extei.deO t t; r
My busineaa place, for ibe future, ul be found at tho '
.Bice -f lliw.i a Co , 13 Did tSennnel RtilVdwaT ro-.m th '
i cc:pea mj me in ine pubushir g busie for
Jr '. Ha.
d. MAnt iac. . .-' ti i job j a vnstoot.
MAGUIRE, JONES & CO.,
: ssoKS TO
WRIGHT. BATES k MAGUIRE,
Nos. 7 & 8
B ITLS HOI SE Bi ILDING.
SE'E rXT tTTaOTafjfj Tt) orR LaROE aSD
f .. t - .rk ofurrxwrtee o haat, mmA new ar
rjtfne. We have tt. laryeat and Gromry Hotast ta
thoWat. an t arc auilinar aaow aa very low rat ta
addition to our stock, it. tore, sr are just reewfr-jw. direet
lEaS Sap I b' iceCoaae,
.I h ..Le a I ai. maaaa
SOO Tiarre!- ReHnryi 5nrar. al) rradea,
I 1 7 Haa mshast. PiweaVied ard Oranabnod lajpaSj
7ä Half be-uTea-Oree-n.
(t Half Cbet 1 Black.
IVO Barre la ff. O Xolaaa.-new cram.
io niTaai famaea aal
.l&O BarreU Lake fUlt.
I 0 H ilf Karras. White I iah.
The firs' f unb-r of the hblnner.' fin , .-
.rctal Direct-. ry of the Sonbweatara BTataw
deMv.red to aiibaailher &nd patroc. forth wftb.
I HAWEs a cu
Al-o, a larre stock af attaean and Rotaaartrara
Sraaww, Tohaocea. Soap, tändle, t satiate Coftea, baala,
MA'.I IRE JONKt tOO,
W bat a too Id 1 tabo fist Aatbaaat
Tbr mo latatod to roiaaf. meant