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MuXhAY MO UN 1 N i . MAY & Address of the Democratic Membeis Or TUE OKXEBAL AaftF.MBl.T TO THE PEOPLE OF INDIVNA. "'I frilt the Hlttery of the Ute aaatwn, and tt- Iteaseaa mr hy Mrfh4 not krrn nrrnm plietied during IMlW iltiitionni Terms. This document make a pampl let of If pr. o4 will Re furul.hd in any quantity PUKT t' Sopr.Rirsj. AU order hoaM direct the .perhe. to be ent t.j t x. ems, as tRe postage i. our cent f.r "acb ropy, ad mut he prepaid Addre.. ELDER, HARKXKSS KI50HAV, Indianapolis. The Conscription Art. APKECH Or Hon. D. W. Voorhees. 05 Tnv: cxDisrscRrPTioisr K?rre-.-f, February 23, 1 la one of the flnet wech of Mr. Voortaee. on a mow tfecapyi&tf a .ar- efp'ib'.ir afffeti'n, every voter in Indiasa buM nave a copy. Demo crat hoa'id rale club to diirtbut- tht largely In vry School ln.trtct in Um täte. It make a pamphlet of ruht IS. I Frit r Hi OO p-r IOO. All orders Rould direct the ipssrRos I be aent by es ia, a the postage 1 one rent f.. each coj'j , and must prepaid. Address KLDr,R, HAKKSK A BI.TUli AJB. India ti apii' TRR MBKltTY Of Tift: CITIZEN, THE SPEECH OF Hon. D. W. Voorhees. In the Hone of ReT.rentat! .e. Fenrnary on the "Act to indemnify the president a ltd other per 0111 for supenliuu the wi it of haita rrpu, and ac'a done In purauanre thereof," I bow printed in pamphlet form, arid can te id.ta:tid at thl office . This U ' to great effort of Mr Vorher t nrotect tbe lil-r v f the citizen fr.nt t! a drpoUtti. and hould Inntlr hand of every roter 1a Indiana. It m.ikr 1 pamphlet of It paea. Prlre . 1 M prr Ion. All order should direct the .peerbe. t-i be aetit by ex preaa.aa the pontage will be ona c nt a --py,aiid KBUM ) prepaM. Addrea. rUtKU. II RKXI vs .'. HIXGHAM Indianapolis. loh Priming. We are now rea.lv t io til kirxi or plain ami fancy Job Printing. 111 the heat - if. M Am t no lice, and at cheap an an 1 olhrr oir We luve competent f. I I - twee1 press-, . f.; i-..,rt rnent of papei ami tmrdf.ano1 neeando Know aad cheap work. All kind- f books, briefs. MteJngnas, eke., printed in the beet tyte ft 1 1 1 M fhofl notice. We ask the fafRmRoge of aMmoernte, sad I! ftli erf that want printinir done. tf. The follow nz i of tbe k a-ni w., 'd Miere, diffetent nj u,rp m- :-.tt .nsfrnd. frtn the U'MfMtaU at L.uturille. Ketitu k. at.J r:eive.t at the Sold ier'a H me 111 tbia citr, flwtertiar cvtnitif ; Je-e L.ne 601 h rer-men , Cbarlee R Doenf, comrw-iT K 73d re-.Mment; Joaerh R'met.n, ?th; John Wall. 24 h r.attere; Jaeo Hr"n. T. .W, C' r-tian hmidt. H. 33tl, Perr- Oil Urd. B. r9ih; John A McMw huel. K. IBe ekle. 0, 9lt; WS Duncan. A. rch; J-hn ft. Patrick. 0. PI'. Wm Orndvke. D, Mrb; T 0 Hieher. G. 79th: J Sttr. H 4a h: fieor-e Ln l-ev. A. bh: H O S Prehle. H, 57th. hmhlt Wef.H.19ih; Wm H Mttc'i ell. G. Mat; Charte Eliaa. 2Nt r.tltrv; J .hn H. Chn-t. B. H?th. Henry Cont'd. H 6'h. Philip Culver. B. HNth; J me V V sh, H.rnh; C H Knetrto, B,7H; John J McNew. D. rtTth; Thoa. H Be. E. 5ib; Dirid Inm, . Hti; Edfftr M. Shepherl.K.3lt; Th B G .-k.m.. I). :iTth; John Stofpoaca H. 4.'b: H T H .nw. I h. Jame MrKev, P. o-th; W P. Smith, F. 75th; John J Haytev B. 4'h; Fran Barr it. G, rWtt.h. .Ithn Joiosoti. t y-h; .i.hn Cr-e, A. 58th; J. M Kattoo. Ü. f5th; J C Biker. H. 79th; And Brtwj . C.7'Jth; Dan Poole. G. 79th; .1 W. Palroer. E. 49th. Charleell II r;.. ..-!-. F. A. Shoernler. C. 29th; Wm Gierend. F. 7M. N icho'aa Adait. K. 4lt. 2d catalry; William D ijitojllj, O H I1I1 5th -Talr; John l John MO), F. 90th, 5;h catr .lry; C V Pordr. D. Ifth; Levi P ken!.D, 1 Ttli : joaeph Sou t herd. D, 5tli, JfllM F. Smitt. M. I2ih Kv civlr; John S. Patrick. G. -lit; EUaa SkelUM, F. 4Ü1; Aibett Hiley. E, 77tl. 4th cat.lrT, Georpe 0 Jone-, i.it. wttere: Joehua D i'.rker. iith B-tterr, Charlea Suder G. 33d; Wallace Courtney. K. 0.1 vi fa t TT a 1 . M'i;.jonn nranera, n, join; s.unuei n irr- , B. 9th. 5th earalrt; John Maxwell, K.--'h. Kolter H"dge. E, 79th; A C Ronhart. B.74h; Jeremiah Simpon. 2"th b t'ery; Kathlel Porta, ' C, 8lat; Streu! Reeil E. BSftfj Chri-ioph Mr Btide. E. cvth; B F Hamilton. F. 5h; Cl4a. F Mm.th. K. B7th; D-niel Sullivan. K. Mh;T hin At derwwi. A, 74th: S:tmnel L QrMjarT. D. wltt. 2d cavalry; Thorn n Nolen. A . I6;u. L B 1 ; Jime Aahworth. (i. .'I6'.h ; Georpe BwSMta,0, :19th; William ( ttn-m. D 421; Jacob Miller. C. 74'h; A. Miller, G. 36h; .1 S Patrick. H. d; Ch.i D Reee. K. :i5th: D W R .wc. A. Sfth; Francis M TMfr, 0, :i''h, Albert B Wood, C. 5th; Peter Bake. K. BOth; Thomaa Steele. B, ;t"th; Georce Bree-c K. "M; h , J .1 me" Lanevc.K, rJOth; William F. Dinmore. A. Bwth; Henrv Crtmcr, B. rJd; John W Mter-. F. h5th; Wm. B McOhMrlf. B. 77th. th c.valrv ; Lab Wil Hlf . W. ftttl. JofMthap po. I, Mkh; Dmiel Oreenwalt F. 44th; WUliaaa Holcoaab. K. hlot; W l Crawford. T. 51-'; Nathan Titus. K. l.irn. ii j-t ' 'l' : Jeremi 'h V Sturgeon. A . 33d : Sil a D Jone-, H. 4'J.l; Jame Alvev, 0, 81ft; W (i ; WilkWiMtt. I. 79th; William Mffnienbatl, A. 89th; Parker Smith, C. 37th: Flet. l.er Cuitt-, A, Wth; AlfJUfiif Peru. H. Blft; Mark Sullivan, D, 80lh; Coiir.nl Miller. H..'l2d; Willi m Wool dri.lyc. H. 15th; J L Benight, r . H5th; John Joetyn.I, 5th. (hospital); Richard Puely, D, -. t 1, (liO'pital ) SPECIAL NOTICES Lyon's Katharicn. h t el tli t 'j ar clefor prrTtrr ar4 beaottfyfr f e human hair if again out up by ike original proprietor, 4 U now made with the aaaae eare. kill aad attention, which flrt created lt lumn and anprece -et;t '. a ef ov r o: million batle anoaally. It la Uli told at Ueaot. to lavff bUa Te mtlltos bottle can ejr be aold in a year when it 1 again known that tb Ka thronUat only the au deUxhttal hair dfeeatnato the world, but that it clean Uta eca'p of wcurf and dandruff, fteeatha k!r a U'y. rVh laxarlatt rowü, and prtrinu it freen terntng ray The- are c nder attena worth knowttf. The Kithalon ht been rete4 IN over twelve yeara. and la warranted a ievrlbed. TELECRAPMIC. aeoarai- tirwei roa tb nan t utaTa OOIl RffMrtfa. from New fork New Y'tE. My 23.-The World' Waahinr ton J:patrh tepeat the aaaertiuo that Broker ia falling ffck on Waahinpton The New Orlerna Correaponder' of the World, dated the l2tn fom; Fori Hudson i!l be atfarkol thin week D'l r cir the lte attack if men had been landed the place m tht hare been taken There ia no doubt hu' the 'ace i or will be er act, ited It is ex pec f e-1 thi' bv to morrow TtinV Any lady who value, a beauöful head -f hair will ae the re o h ftvoii Sra frorn Alexandria via Red river. Katharton. ItUlnelr perfumed, cheap and valuable, ileu Da llev ? readv to mrch from Raton It la told b alt re.pectahle dualer throughout the wesM. D. t. RAKNKa A CO.. New York. JanlT-aAwltawam HISTORY. 5,000 Copies Ordered Before Publication BOLO, INDEPENDENT. CAUSTIC. Southern History of the War. "THE FIRST YEAR OF THE WAR " Bv E. A. POLLAKU. Fdiu' klchmotHl Kxanuher. AMi R If. ! WITT. Aoclate KdRur Jiichntond Enquirer. 1 Vol 8 Vw., Cloth, f'i Furtralts on Mtl of DAVIS. LEE. BAEUREGARD, AND JACKSON. Tbi i an excellent r. jrivf of the Ku tMH BfaffaV. The mun interesting and iniKrtant work yet iued on the war. A tA i Jimy thtnt d'irtmrt of the campaign up t the pn-viit ume. Se what they ay of u. Agents Wanted in every Town and City. 0. r. 11 1 11 utnso. NHNwffj '.i 1 A a4M Brot il w i , Ma Y Copies oent by mail, p-'t paid, up'i p-cript of price. nivll-2 To Local AtviTiaKns Rate? of ;'.dvertisin; In the local coi 11 tun will hereafter be an (bltowi Kor ten line or leea. 00 Over ten lines, lea cents a line No notice will be inserted until paid for CITY AND STATE ITEMS. rT"A atiperb arock of fashionable hut and cape can be found at Biker A Mclver'ti. Sir IIkm'VHK If von fitf affected, po to Senour's Dm:- Store, Bitte tlouae Block, and buy a box of Cephalic Pill. ?yOeiitlenien de-irou to lav aide their win ter hat and provide -oinetlnt 2 tighj( nni elegant, have .'ill v to call at Baker k Mclrer's, opixttiite Glenn's Block, to get just what will uit them m aaa Irr' I e! Tck. Geore W Pitta ha on hand plenty of pure, clear Ice. to aupply h'n customers, without ahippir.p from Tolealoor any oth-i noint Anv person wantim: Ice, can U supplied by ad dressing George W Pitta. Box H3. ndlanaoolii F. O apHO 2m tT"Dr Heitern, the American Cancer Chun pion. ia locate! at the Bramble House. LftJeVftte The I)M-tr i" the onl !hva an now living who can kill and cure 1 e inCWT in frOSl five to twenty four honra, without iutrumetus or pain No cure no pay. ma19 tf. Fink Dtti.üs Shirts t Two Dollaks All alxee on hand. Io not fail to -ee them AUo tjoveltiee in jrenta' ?cirfs S Ik and ribbon tief j uat received, and ' ttirni-hine goodf getter allv at Parker'. No 30 ffM Washington -treet. 15 3 Militari Pfec Ni .On wkMnrflny, the itrej 1 comp in:-H ol the Indi ma Legion in this count v h id a parade and a pic nie at S tuthport. There if s'x companies preaent, und n lirpe con course ol the people ot the neifjhborhotd issrtn hled to do hontr to the brave defenders of the Oil of Indiimn. A PejwwwfW of cavalry from i'ie camps near the i it were rreenf lo partici pate in the ceremonies. Oen. Lve, Owl. Coburn anil other military gentlemen went down to wit ne the parade After the military evolution, which, we were told, were creditably performed, were over, the tpiops were addressed by Col OebwTII. BofjRTw a rapid review of the war and dwelt upon its maunilii'le now a tntured with whit it seemed 10 lie at its outbreak He with others h td th'.neht that 75.IMMI men niipht stilnlne the rebellinu After ten times that number had hern etile! out, it seemed likely to take more men. If must be put down, cost what it would. War must be carried on in e truest. If there was a tender spot in the eneniv's countrv it must Iiesfruck. He defended the policy of the Administration, and fife the military orders of Cenetals Burnside and H iscull. He thought tan ye trs ago that laws should have been pased to punish just what these military orders foroid He spoke of the people of the South as determin ed and resolute, but as deficient in mu h:hat waa needed to successful iy contend against our armies lor any great length of time. It waa in the cards, however, and such a thing nik'ht happen. 1 - a successful raid upon States that had heie'o fore escaped the ravages of war. In that event 1 the whole military strength of the nation should be prepaied to resist invasion The pic nie was a very pleasant affair, and military men tell us that the Home (itiarhs, for j the drill they hare received, m'ide a verv credita 1 ble exhibition. Kklkvak ok L)a Dofwn lr Poeney wae ee lease! from arret on Thursday last, and his bonds returned He was informed there eas no rihalje Bjalnal l:im This i- all the s.tti-f t tion, we t resume, he will ever -.'et Hi has suffere d imprisonment ard ahiis. he has been made the target at which the shalta of malice could he aimed wilh impunitv, and all to cratity the in lemnerate eeiol some hotapef who mte! to iflwtiete his devotion to the "Government' by sacrificing an ituxtcent man There ate nletotv Thk Tiikate I're attraction at the Metro of (mwMkJng aotndrdfl in this community juat politan thia week i the beautiful, graceful and, now. who would trump up eJMrjtfjf avinst the accomplished Jennie Hight. who is a general Saviour ot Man if he was m earth. 10 get info favorite wherever she has appeared The hill for) notice with the "iJovet nment." and u. h thitiL' tonight ia a ltvelv and entert, ibxlas one, and will lie until those who preside over the detinie comprises three of the best little plays in the , of the nation leen to diatrtwt apie end infoftneri language UTA retitlem m named Burrows was arretted and tinesf. 011 Stuni.iT tor tirinif his pi-to af a dost, whilst riiini: u- W ishinston -treei It irking p. p. dogs, running and elpinp nt horses, are a great nuisance; but it would not le aafe to Buffer horwe men to ahoot at them in a crowded thoroughfare Lowt On Saturday rooming, a. ntte for $W; It'd the -2-.M d of Mtv. and drtnn tv Oetrje W Bawaa. pavahle thirty dava iltor data to the onler of H H Do Id A Co Themtewis endoraetl The pvment has been stopped The finder would confer a favor hy learing this note at the office of H H Dtvld C JlfMr Rockwell, the sutler of the Ufh regi ment. re'nrned from Oen tirmt's urmv on Stt uMtr He left after the battle of Magnolii. it w .a tat' a . a m . 11 's repftrre i un.i (eupvcitn it iovern r Mr ton was instrumental in lining Dr. D'Mev re turnel ttt the S: tie a Oer he was kidnapped If it is tru-. liovern 1 Morion deserve. :tnd will re ceive the Pnankf 1 f eterv po i niid true nnri in Indiana, and they will rally roupd him to onhold nnf maintain the Sonor and dignity of the Stute, : ! Mipport Inn fuily ami tirmiy in the exercise of his legitioi tie authority TnK BonMntfl HoMt The Soldier's Home in this city is kept rupulously cle.-n and most j ! commendable ta e is exhihirexl in 'urninj: every ' corner 01 ine gmun! ui aovaur ige r lower bei-. and gra p: tt. with ne it little wilk run tiintr through them, are iiraDgft) le:ween the ) buildings and ctrefully preserv el Between the range uppropri itel as quarters for the offi eis are linv ratterre, la'd nui with exqu'site taste In one nolM-ed a lou.il.iin. fed by a hogstiead of bf-.-inip.l.lo tollow tne regiment ivn-er , h , . J . 1 f tii ' . L. TL .11. n. .iK..a- 1 n.i men i. il . . . ... xi,. ; and fall npm a IitNe iiioa.iv.teievl bil:i at thellh oe bearing , ,,.,. Capi W Icox, the rommandant. and PriKi o tn rt lit e e tu i'Cn nio 'u,.m. . , . xt. du.m ...I. . L..I..I a -rt.,d-.i eJ : nho fjfift lum n t. r n, a.agi menl ol l he Home, Jir am trii ur.uas uir muni uv w.....-.-. v. the 1 1 ib will nunttter sixtv. (en McCinnia is are deserving of grent crelit for the manner in whic h they ha ve dec rate! and adorned Ihe rest ing ploCfj lor the weatt soldier. The 5 20 1" S Loax. -The honda loan, which bear ail per cent internet, mi nnnuallv in cold. Can be h id at H Th. Nrws The e!egraphic despatches of I Siturday night, in ralition to the investment of V ,cknurg. tue tnkinf f it. outer works and the ; probable fall of that great Rebel stron-hold. was ' known on the street on Sunday morning and produced quite a seisation The semi officii! j chraccr of the diatotch gave the authorttief ciHitidence io its aut I tatic t v and nitiooalss-J lute was tired hy thearillery. With the remple 1 iheie wi douttt Tie cruel disappointment M reg ird to the S ind tv tews two weeks ago. whrn Ri. hmoul retwirM taken, had the effect ol tem;eritig the rejoiciig on this oeenaintn, and there wen no noiv den vpsrr.it ions made Sun winning golden opinions down there. tJTThe aewer ordere! to be hnfll along Penc- ' trlvanhi -treet. from Washington -Pogue's Run. is already commercevl It i.s a I i improvement, much weeded, and will re lieve Washington street and also Illinois street. , Pogue's Run i the natural outlet of .ill the , a'reets runstng north and south This improve ment will coat the city a large sum of money, and we recollect at ot e time the city authorities re fu-ed to 'et the Tuted State make it Our city fathers are growing 'n wisdom -nd our tax p.tv arelooung un the chol I' for th a ; pat able rrisons' d iv t leram -re decie1iv at a discount, but t P-W ri th 1st of J uir. when the privilege of the cat tare of 1. a-l.uL - - -, tnbea ribing ceasee Parties deirvM. ol inveetinf , rinefkely hope it wil be. they w"ll rief ra nub cam tend their order to Messrs A I C 8 HcfitTefnff Hamon with the umot contidenca that their in:ereeu will be atteuded to They are amplv Excreato to Lornvi.Lr The ex-urion to1 responfib'e. and correct and prompt buiue ( Loni-rille. to c-me off tn Wednesday, nil! un men. dnuhterily e the plea ire trip of the eason. Onra frw tf reserve! f. ladiea, und gentlemen who .reerpany them, an) there will be a rera.u on ea'-h ce to preserve oiler, ar.d every exertion tail! be nt'-V to render the fatweioo what it affonli be The car will leave the Cniop Dnpol at 7 A M nd arrive it Louisville at 12 M ; re turning, rtc train will leave Louisvi'le at r1 P M. and one P P M 1 h -e wi-w to r n1 1 1: 4 m . . . 1 over mgi. can return on me irain wexioay. On Saturdae a large sign fel' from the top of Ray a bun ling to the sidewalk below, tr. king within a few inches of Msior McClure, who happened to be passing at the time. It bounded and fell against the Maj r. knocking hiiu down and severely injuring hia right leg II was atippoael the hmb was bioken, but we are bannt to learn thai euib w 0. t.oi the case, and t:iat be e .ia ab. 10 oe out yiraa. 1 ne gn The frer me inp 19 o. 1 icae.s to oe nan weighei several hundred pounds, and falling from auch a bight, had it fir fh a paaaer by , bavf reaulfed tr va it. at all thabook stores Union Dfot. tad ai the . e ai the REWARD. ONE DOLLAR REWARD. Ö in wa kkom thk srnsritiiiKK. i.ivim; in Pike township, oil M.iy 4'h. Mary O'LkabT, IT y'.ir .'i, a notnl fiirl. I uereny forbiit any per -ii or persons fr.im tortoriag or t'Sattef her n iu accouDl;a i till BSM pav any bills f herciiitracMnir. Haa IUn,lMn. mm aUCHKH. ntylJ-.lJt ATTORNEY- JOSEPH J. LEWIS, AfTOMUl AT Law, JTIC1 ON UDOOXD PLflOI R1 KHHt's iuxm k. I'o'iier Waliiiutoti aim Mrr.uiai. Sirei.-, entranot frctn M ri'tiaii Mreet.) lawianano la, ind. IP will fa th fully at 1 prompt ly atti'ml to a I Icm! t.-i - iv. i entru.tel to L . 111. Kspe. aal itttention Kiven to rollaeltana, He refer.- to t'ie tu-ine iiicii of lixluiisipo : gvtierally. ni'9-dru ALBUMS. B Bli 0 T4P v It .1 I'll .ff g, m 47 JnYl it end in cl -th, n'h ficf. with elaan, toMkag H prtraite $1 0) liuiiuu m ci'th, eilt edge with cUp. tonPng M ianralu 1 Bouifl in ino otcu. with lack lor aaattM u-e. hold kjk 1- l'ortroit 1 uo Boiiwil ni morocco, gilt. nc claep, ho tingM Por trait 1 75 Duiiil in morocco, g It, one claaTA L" lö-ng M) por trait 9 ä Boiii.ii in morocco, gilt, two clasps, hol um 4o por trait 3 jU Bunt in evtra morocco, gilt, two clasps, hoi liug 3t ponralts 4 On Bound in extra Bvtruccu, antique, twoclap, hold ing M portrait 5 Ca) Bound ui extra ni"rcee, ar.t.que, two clasps, vr naineiitnl shie d on side 6 .V Bcuud in extra luorocco. .fjiie, two clasp, ivory ornament 7 00 tlo'iiid In extra tnr-Tco. pilt, two cla-p-. p arl or- Mnwntai fennel ark 0 00 Banna1 in extra maeaccay k Ii, two clasp, holding Iff portraits 10 00 Bound jn extra äffte . irlt, tWf clap. holding H portraits aO 0o Any f ih- hh. .-in t.y mail. post. me paid, on reciyt of pru t A hta-ral discount to the trade. lUiWr.N. bTKWaKT i OOC nnll-l2w Indianapolis. Ind. K -n.-e. and Ftrracut'a and Porter a deet are ihovf ind below Port Hudson A Wafhinton pecial to the Herald haa the follow mg: Up to a late hour to night nothing additional ha been receive! from Grant News of Grmt movements 'nee the capture of Jeeknon, although from Rehe! sources, ia re garded hy the President and War Department aa verv favorable ami indicative of a apeedr tri um oh The Rebel pspers are filled with gloomv and destMiudeiit articles on the position of affairs at Viekahurg. and evidently anticipate the wont from th it qu irter. The Richmond Whig I verr severe unon the authorities for placing Oen. Peruberton in com mnd. A correspondent fruro the Army of the Poto mac s iys: The Rebels are in excellent cond tion. A movement is on fitot either to efeof the river and give u btttle near that point, or ele cross at Kelly V Ford anl the Rapp.th mnork Station, dHve in our forces in tint direction and thus compel our army to ch mge it hase Thev state that Lee 'eel- aide to cru-li our at my in its pres eiit oondiUotl and eon easily drive us into the de fei.-e- aioi.i d Washington, or destroy or capture it. He will probably find himself very much mit ken The rnhVond to Richmond is bj complete run ninir order. Lirj,'e numhet of officers are leaving on fur louolt. The Tribune's Washington tlispatch has the foUowin g: liiformatioti Was received late this evening that brut t s vict.e- on r niav ati'J ryatuidav were, e 0 complete at every point The Richmond papers of the 21st contain de tails of the defeat ol Pemherton and the falling back of the entire Rebel fotces northward. John ston was endeavoring to bring the Reber forces together to ni ike a stand, but (raiit presse! him 0 hotly that lie waa unable to and was complete Iy outgeneraled. Tbf liUM Rebel dispatch states that Grant was on the point of attacking Johnston. Gen. B mks in I private letter expresses the expectation 'hat Louisiana will soon be ready to enter the Union again, and this time us a tree 3f ue. Itr port DRY COODS. HOSIE RY 500 BffSftnj --ro lit .it a small ndvunrc SM II ., To HK i 1 year price. tfV feefftH and ItoyO Half llnvr, the hest assnritnetit and the lw. t price in this city. ?t) Ii, nt fj lioeule at 3i spring, at Tic per Skirt of M prmg. Retail 3.tOO Linen froT lftl I IM s. Yard Taoeaaa ft. ll A Co.'a celebrated ff s ffa. laal y er' price. HI UY V Of. Nil llt l SJ. 3(H) Doxrn sit iris, warranted to Id and tnadr ofthriest materia! bouwht be I ore the irreat ri-e and ofTered nt a price the ntr.t-rial ecadf net te bought for now. F.CK Til. is the jrreote? care prices lower than auy- Selecte i with where else MMM Dl ItN. A larpe asortmeni, .iino'i(r which i the celebrated K SUeTU MUCK. MiiK r (Job lot f'Ptrt New ferl 5 to ffi per doten. t ICON I N. Auctions. All Linen froB LMKU AüDIRAÜ DatAWSatS. A C 'tnplete .-ortn-.ect. I ll KNHIIt I N. fci'V. Merino. Lam,',! Wool and Cotton. tMil I Mil ION. Our tov-k is the most extensive in this city, and beina, determined to make lata an impDrtant braiah in ourbu-i-nes, we will r gr,M 1 1 id aceanantS to deMli-r, proruiing t charge less thati th- market jihcefor any article. t 11 o .:: cv laut, t i T W. Watliinston Nireet, Retxxeen llllnuikimd Irnnvskeetti,, mcbl--'v3-dly BOOKS. I N P1B, AM) WILL Ft PIBUUKD IMMEDlATFLY. A I complete record of the proceedings ti the arrest aud tr.a., by Court-martial, ot the Hon. Clement L. Vallandigham, Together wth General Order Xo. S8; the appl.catir-n for a nt of Uaheaa orpu; the arfntnents thereon of Hon lieorge I H igh. Hoc. Aaron K. Perre.aad Hon. Flamen , b.:, Ifetrtft ttTfrntji and the decirisa by the Hon H. 1 H Laavut. United Sate Ltr ct Ja4e, refusing to grant j the writ, w-.th the finding and sentence of the Curi-mr-ual. Tb aNtre publ fnttei will be trade by special sr- ' ranicemrnt with the Counsel officiating in the case, and i Glorious Dinpatchr. News. f rrsm tear lark .Xtw lonn. Maj 24 A Port Roval letter raw ports the capture f the tloop Secewh and Ron Undoan laden with cotton, off Charleston, on the n gktof the letb. Another sckoonrr and ateansee eaeeped oat ward at the time of the capture of the loops. Rumor fay! tint Gent Arnold ot the 47th Ken Tork. who waa recently ruptured by the Rebels. has been hung by them for alleged desertion It U charged that he was in a fiivannah militia ' company at the outbreak of the rebellion, and deserted It n understood that Gin Hunter wi; I esecute certain prisoner in hia bands, if the re port proves true It if stated io the Herald that a ma'rh for a prise light is agreed upon between Tom Hverand PROBABLE CAPTORE OF THE Joe Onhnrn for finjion te nnent fafrlii j - t month f I .laai forfrt mot e- der-.. ted Nonoi. INTERNAL REVENUE. VKKSBIRC C1PTÜRED ! The Victory Complete. WHOLE REBEL FORCE. .atteat from Vlckaburgr. Washinuton. Mav 24 At 11 A. M . the President received the following telegram an nouncing th it Vicksbun? i oars: CikviLAxn. May 24 A diapatch from Mr Fuller, the manager of the telegraph at Mem plus, dated late in the night, aaya the stars and atripes float over Vickaburg. and that it ia a com plete victory. I have held th:s measace hoping to cct the confirmation, but the line ha been interrupted and I now aetid it to you Washington. May 24 The following df tills of the tight of Black River Bridge have been received: 1 rear of Ttowntm.1 May 20.6 A M , E M St.tnton. Secretary of War: Gen Grant won a treat and momentnns visto rv over the Rebels, under Pemberton. on the from Washington. W teniKOTOX. M iv 2.'l The present condition of the Andrew Hull fugitive slave case, alluded 1 to yesterday, finds the fugitive in the custody of I the military authorities, who refused this morn : Inf to deliver him to theeia il authorities 011 a new warrant issued bv the Commissioner tinder the i fugitive slave act, the latter having been nppoint eii to that ollice to day by the Supreme C"iirt of the District of C dumbia Thus the case re j in tins undecided, the civil and military auihori J t m being in dirtct conflict. f rom färant'N Army- Washimitom, Mav 2d The following ht been received it tlie War Dep.irtmeur : MiMi'Hi.s. May 23. I forward tlie following just receive! from Ohl. .lohn A. IIa lings, A. A. 9., dated in the rear ofVick-hur. Mav 2th The army of Tenner-ee lande! at Brulincrs burg on toe 30th of April, and on the 1st of Mav we lOOghl the battle of Port Gibson and defeated the Hebel under (ten. IV men, whose loss in kille!, wounded and prisoners was at least l,.r)0U, and a loss of five pieces of artillery. On the 12fli of My, at the battle of Ray tnond.the Heitels were defeated a ith a loss of K00 On the 1 1th of M ay we defeated Gen. Joseph s. Johnston, with los to ti,e , v of 4t)(), besides imtnetise stres and manufactories and seven pieces of frtulerj On the Itiih of May we fought the bloolv and decisive battle at Baker's Creek, in which the entire force of Vickshurg under (Vn Pemberton w is ueieaieo, with nie toss or twenty nine pieces td artillery mid 4 .000 men Un the 17th of m IT we defeated the BnaM force at tlie Bis Black R;ver Bridce. with the loss of w,wQ6 fiien and seventeen piece of artillery. On the ImIi of May we invested Vick-burg closely To day Gen Steele carried the rifle pits on the i north ol the city. The riühf of the army rests . . t 1 Mi- Missis sippi above Vickbnrg John A H.vi im.s. A A 0 P S. I learn further that there are 15.(100 In 20.000 men in Vicks'mrj and that Pember ton has lost nearly all his field artillery, and that tlie cannonading at Vickshurg closed about .3 P II, on tue lUthot May Gen. Grunt has captured nearly all WaMIVwTftX, M iv 13 The Nation:,! Repub lican aWSSesSSSOaw )v permi-siin "f the President the following dispatch II was received bv the latter at halt p ist twelve: Mutriui. M tv "21 Ofticit infr.rm-ttion from below to Wedneidiv Mfl lien Cirsnt Ims cap- iurei H lino's Bluff and tlie outer works of 1 Vicksl urj. with large number of prisoners and fitrv seven pieces ol nttillerv Tlie battle i tili nsfjinc witn everv proapect of capturing the entire Rebel force in Vick burg. We Indd JwehaoOj Black River Bridge and Hfhu'i Bluff. A report is being made up fr Wafrhinc'on. W (. FtLLEE. Asist(int Mtnnperoi T'ieraph. Cairo. Mar 23 Reports from Grant 'a army re highly importunt and believed to be reliable It seems that after iiccomnlishmg all that was de sired at .Tackaon the army marched toward B'ack River Bridge, burning all behind it, dnuhtles with the ltiteution ol preventing an attack in the rear A' the bridge a heavy battle has been fought, and it is reported we captured twenty even gun, a large number of prisoners, an 1 th it the Rebels are being diiven hick toward Viksburg. If; they don't escape up Yazoo river most of them will be captured. Tlex Irtan e -, .. Baa FksnCffOC May SS -The teamer Golden. Ag brings -ivioes from the City of Mexico to the 2d ot M iv and from Puebla to the 30th ot April Gen. Orte; dio-atehes to Oen. Comonfort state that on the 2 Ph. of April the French ex ploded a mine in the block called Stinimo. oc- j cupied ov Mexican troops. A number of Mexi- j cms weie buried in theruins. but the balance re- 1 sifted the Freneli all night, fighting desperatelv. t.)n tlie oaoruing or tue goth Lxith parties were re inforce! ffsa continued the tight with the greatest ' determination and ferocity The Mexicans at' the close held their original position. DurjiiL' the contest the French exploded another mine in the Santa Jesu and another fight ensued here, lasting seven hours, the Mexicans remain ing masters of the field and capturing ISO prison ers fr im the first regiment of French Zouaves i The French left 400 dead on the field. I nee thee tights the French have kept up the b.mbsrdmect of the city, though lesa vigorously than before. On the 1st of May President Juarez left the ' City of Mexico for C omonforl s camp near Pue- TEe 11 'rv ja. if. iii Wil earelnll rwi f h. . tt.the jrrss, eiv.na-fa'l refer-we to the antborl- 1 bla, for the purpose of urgiiig iinmedia'e offensive ties,-ite1. The iniirui!ce of the iuetin invobed. to- oneratious seainst the r rench Imcrasce Mattir-s Ht a .od LasT F, tost Fm It afford uf grfat pleasure to cull atten tion to the card of Osgood, Smith X Co -ee sdvertianfAcut of New btfiend in anoiher ! Iiun Tbia is one ot the mosl lioaor;ble and nrwfRpt companies represented iu our city Let every man nave his property insured, in these ; troublesome titne. aud we say without liesiutiou there ia n. man repreaeotiug stronger or better 1 ftoffpautes than those represvi.ted by J. 8 Oun , lop. lnaurance Agent at 7 North Meculian , alter- w nit: EVIL 1 T1IF III I). mytudiet pst Ret with the aafs aianuer in wbtcn it has been banilel, must g ve the record great 'merest and value to all per son Uesiroua of ling well mfomed ia the htotory of the i.tac sxd pir.t of our Oovenuneoi Ki fa;- A C.fHROf,.. Pl'BUfHKKS AM) Kva)KEL:.F.E. Opera Hout. CtDcinnan, 0. Iiof AFUJtTKI' int VNV IKIVATR HIS l af'Oc-h as Syphilis chancroidal, prlrrun , ec- eaUarv rniary. or any pbae,j (jboti rrhea, i.Ieet Strwt-rtar riaaah, HUo. le I rinarr iHseaaea. Sper matorli. -.el Wt atanta, v ' .r:.a". Knai r. at. '. efectelf abuse. th uM AT ONCR vidt Dr. Clarke' PmivAH)r' ' tad er red Consultation Riem. N ils t-t Whlt't t Street. : ! r cured The few's -fieen years' fxrEBis.au tu Xew Tors city rle Limte treat you teiitif.. a!i : c Rear, rreafsA V- tu s p BoslTaM nrf die COW AND CAL1 STRAYED I K' 'M THK SfBstCRIBEh. No 13 NC'HTH NFW Jrrj Mreet. on the 1st of May. a WRitaCow. with a little t my 0.1 DOtB Ue o! tae neca ail Bead, aud the Wt bora very hört, having- been bruBea. The calf is w Lite with a few red r i-,t two weeks old. Iwillaattafe to rswii thai will return tae row and calf or will give information laal will lea to tReir recovery. awtd.Mwl: WILLI Ah" HRFNKVB From Philadelphia. PHiLAPELeHiA. May 23 The General A seem- Mj of the New Scliool Preshyteriant has unan- j mouslv adopted resolution for a stated union and ' Iriendlv interchange by Commissioners with the Old School Assembly, appointing Rev. Robert W Patterson aad H'n H Brown to represent the Ne School in the General Assembly of the Old School now in session at Peoria. Illinois. From Cincinnati. OaWCUBaSs, May l General Burnaide is i known to have said that be baa not asked for in ! structiun i;ce his arrival here, and that be has 1 - 1 ,L. . receiveu none, auu tnat me arret and nal of Vallandigbam waa done a poo his own responsi bilftw. Af er the artest Präsident Lincoln tele graphed mat be would sustain biiu in hia efforts toauppv t" '-e (tovemment and the balance will be put up on Monday The North Sur from Aspiuwall on the 16th srrtved at 5 o'clock P M . with $360.0UU in treasure 1 he steamer Constitution from San Francisco arrived at Panama on the 16tb, bringing Puebla dates of April 30 The French had been driven from Puebla at the point of the bayonet The French lost 6.000 men Thev had nntbablv retired to the seaboard. I as the rainv season had set in. .Ttcxlrata fews. Nkw Voaa. Mav 24 The Ronnoke, from Havana, brings news that the French have been obliged to raise the seine of Puebla. The French accounts sav : On account of the im.-sibility of taking the place wiiticu- remforcementa The accounts from the English and Mexican source report the def eat of the French and their retreat toward and probably to Orizaba The barricades were eichteen feel thick, of t earth and stone, and the Mexicans had filled the house of the first line of panirtets with earth Jsckson and Vick'biirg railroad. at Biker's Creek, I The Mexicans again occupy tort Sati Xavier, on the iGfh inst Pemberton hud a most formid i which they are repairing able position on t!e crasl of a wooded hill and one which tl e road paase! over lonitud n illy He had about 25.00b men The bittle he-.'in about 11 o'clock and was gained by 4 P M The brunt of I 1 it'le was borne by Hovev 's division of McC'ei hmd'n corps, and Ltg:tu's and Cmcken 's dirts - McPhereon's cor Hovey RfawetRad the hill and held the creater pari of it till tiro o'clock P. M , when attTRM lost l.olHImen, he was aannntded bv BfRfaMff and Holaef toisiades of Crocker's division, by which the conflict w is cndetl in that part ot the field Boomer lost ."tiu rnen Logan operated on the right, and cnt off the mesny's direct retreats,) tliat he was compelled to escape by the right dank through the VfjfRdf Lagan lost 4"0 in killec and wounded. We took about 'J.IMIII prisoners. On the 17th. idTRncifig to the Big Blnck. we fongbt Pemberton ag iii: at the bridge, and cap tured 3,0M more prisoners He fought in rifle pits, protected bv a difficult bavou, full of abattia. Lawless' bri'i'le of McCIernand's corps charged the rille pits maunificentl v and took more prisoners than their own uumlters. Pf her tOU burned the bridge and retired to 1 v iekshnrg with only tnee cannon out of sixty that he had taken out Building four bridges over the Big Black, Gen. Grant arrive! before the town on the even ing of the Hth and holds it closely invested He had opened a line of supplies via Chicka saw B von. having cut the town off from H lines' Bluff, which is abandoned by the enetnv. and which Gen Omni will occupy There was sharp fighting throughout the dav yesterdiv Steele now holds the BRfJaV bluffs, am! the neat s nnaff water batteiies.. and gtts H.itet from the Mtssissipni, Tlie gnnboatl kept tlie enemv ou the alert !ur iog the Bight, and prohahlf carried them. There are from l.'i.OOO to MjNO fjan of Pemberton's army in them Sherman s corps vesterdav lot 500 in killed aad wounded. McPt etsoti, who holds the center, lost little, as did McClernard who held tlie left Niw Your. Mav 24 The Herald's special Washington dispatch nays-. Advices from (ion Grant, received by the Präsident to night, detail his proceedings up to the 20th. He had fosjghl five battles, captured sixtv four gun and tukcu 11.400 prisoners. The Montgomery Advertiser of the lMh says, in relation to the fiht at .i ickson: Our troops were com in inde J by Johnston. We were finally driven back to Jackson, gad foucht them there fill overwhelmeil by urerior num bers, whe:i we were compelled to evacuate the citv. The enemv s forces amount to about 20,000 or 30,000, and our own to only 9,000. Gen. John ton then retreated to CsntOO. Theenemy fesralrt w is yesterday at Bran don. on the Southern road, twenty odd miles this side of .1 ackson, near which point we had a force to protect the road. Tlie British frigate Imortalite brought news th it the French had been defeated and were1 obliged to retire eighteen miles towards Onzlba. to which place Gen For rev and staff had gone. It is understood tint they go into quarters at Oriziba, and await reinforcements and heavier guns from France. Oier atious canuot be resumed before the first of October. Report says a convoy of one million dollars from Vera Cruz, had been captured by Mexican guerrillas Vera Cruz advice to the llth inst have been rareJved thfwagh. French war steamer. She! re-iorts that no news had been received from the at my since aprl 9, The siee t Paehla hid Iteen suspended until j the arrival of reinforcements and heavier gun It Iii Iteen fonnd im:issihle to penetrate dhscitf with the artillery they bad. From Fat'f Mast loii ro FoHTkiivs Monros. May 2-1 The Richmond Dispatch of M iv 2.id contains the following, da t id Mobile. May 21 : Iu Saturdiy's fiL-ht we htst thirty pieces of ar tiilery, w inch wer spikei! and sbsmnnand On Sunday the Fevlerals advanced to Big Bl i k Btide, fiut acre rnnalse!. They crossed higher up und slfnohed us in the rear, when the bridge was hutned and the work- ab u doned. Our loss i heavy . Vickshurg is eloselv ftesrige!. tbe enemy clos ing in ou all sides. Fortres- Momioi. Mav 24 The raid into fTaehington and 01 1 tor eonnties, nfdatan1 by Gen. Keys, under Col. Kiipatuck aud Capt. Gil I08. has returned It was entirely uccess'ul, and brought back a large number of horse?, nulet. kc. It w.i a combine land and water movement. From Cincinnati. Cinv rsmaTt, Mej 21 Wm. t. Crhspea, for 19 years connected with ihe Cincinnati IViily Times, and widely known RRIavkrihie Orfan.M died lent night. Vsdhmttigham arrive! in Louisville on yester day morning. The boat arrived too late for the Nashville trait., and it anchored in the stream for the day. From sit I.outa. St. Loi is, May 24 Gen. Curtis relinrpuish ed and Geo. Schofield assumed command of this department t dav. Ona. Schofield was serenaded at the Planters' House hist nigh' COMMERCIAL. 1 rtienBAPM. itinrinnaii M.-irkei. Cincinnati. May 2-1. Flour Remain dull and ordinary; superfine was offered at $4 50. and low grides of extra at $4 60; choice entra, $4 T.' Grain Wheit. $1 OHfsgl M 'or red- d in fair demand, choice Kentucky white, $1 o.'n 1 40. Corn in the ear decline! to 43c; shelled. in demand at ,S7ni5c Oat-, declined to6l62c. Tbe Rieb mood Enquirer of the 90th, ha the' Rye lull at 75c liiskv '., higher, and in good demand ft 40i,c. Meat Nothing of impirt nice doing; 200 brls old citv Mess fork sold a 10c Groceries Unchanged and quiet Not much doing Money Gold. 47c prem. KiXchauge, same as last quoted following in relatim to Vieknbnrg; If some happy combination he not made he tween too forces ander Pemberton and Johnston the heroic city my possibly fall. The Times' army correspondent of the 23d says: News has been receive! from the enemy's lines that Petnbetton has been defeated between Jack son and Vif habarg, with a heavy loss in killed and wounded and 3,0011 prisoners, as well as a whole division of his forces cut off and retreating iu southerly direction. Joliiiton attacked the Federal forces in Jsck foa, which retreated on the main b'tdy Pem berton also ttt k-1 Grant, but was whipped and retreated upon Vickshurg. This is id to he the contents of a dispatch from Pemberton to Lee. The Richmond Sentinel of the 10th contains an article rguiiig nahmt the receipt of men sent south bv President Lincoln. It sa- "We must require of all who are received, that thev join their efforts with ours against the corn- lew etrk larkel. Nw Yobb, Mav 23 Flour Large receipt, moderate demand, snd ' 5.C lower; S BüfAfl Off fr ex'-. Hl IW, $6 'A0,'d I 6 lö for Ohio, $ti r' 1 'r ti 75 for trade brands; market fJofbig dull, and no buyers at the out-ide fipnre. Whisky Steady, and fair demand at 43j(i 44c Or tin Wheat heavy and 1 !t2 2c lower; receipt moderate, and shipper hold tig back for lower I price-.- fl 22rtrl 39 forCh;cr,;:o Sprinp. tl 32 ; fl 12 tor Milwaukee Club. $1 15 ol 1 50 for monetiemr Ther muft fMane our Rllepnaoe I w,n,Pr rH ftern. torn clOMd about inr and its duties " lower, witn fair nusineaa at t r. neeime; aut. H The Richmond Dispatch of the 22d says: "Gov Shorter ol AJghnae lias deraandei. un dr the order of the President, nil the officers taken in nlntwms and found by Gen. Forrest to be serving with urmed slaves. Tho hwaraaaah Republican of the 18th, ex presses appreheiis'utu of RLOiher inration of Georgia. It says our dispatch announces the marching of 7,000 or j,000 Yarkt c-'ipon Rome, in this State No partienlars are given of their where- ahout, onlv an etOTRnce thnl preparations are being made to meet and epel them. A Charleston telegram of the 21t says: The steamer Norseman, with 150 bales cotton, for N isviu, struck tt snag, supposed to be the wreck of the Georgian in going out last night. She was run ashore on Long flnod Beach, and is believed to lie a total wreck. Cairo. M iy 21 hi reported that Shermsn took H lines Bluff and Chickasaw Bluff, with 6,000 prisoners, lb" guns, and ammunition and) coran. EfaRfj tore-. The prisoners were paroled j and sent across the Yazoo. Anoiher report m, tint those points were evacuated, and Sherman took quiet possession. Grant attacked the upper batteries of Vicks hurg on Sunday, while the gunltoats attacked the water batteries. On Tuesdiy the upp" batteries were cap ture! and the guns then turned on the water bat teries. Paroled prisoners who were brought across from Vickshurg say our forces have possession of the entire iin of cuter fortifications, scd Reb ei officers told tbeir tueu that since the capture cf Ha ne's Bluff there was no chsuce of their es cane. The Rebel force is estimated at from 20,000 to 30.000 The wildest contus:on existed among them Their officers were unable to keep them in line of battle The steimer Empress, tbe last boat up, says that when she left on Wednesday evening the firing had ceased. There ia no doubt but the Rebels had surrendered Gen Blair reached Chickasaw Bluff on Tue dav and font down for rations Tbe Federal loss is reported heavy From Y aabtaf ton. WeJMixOTOjf, May24 Judge Tabor. of Iowa, has been sppointed Fo-irth Auditor of the Trees tfrv. it- the place of Berrian, resigned From the f.cta already received, no doubt ia entertained in any quarter of the fall of Vicks burg The official confirmation, however, is awaited with anxiety Washiüto-, May 20. L"p to ten o'clock to night tbe President had received no further intel ligence. excepting a telegram from Memphis, .i-.l A 'llltki. .Ilviiru.ii nAlki I yet than the rooming report of the capture of I Vickabure I ri a- I W , . a it)'.,'' mr oifi mxeo western, ooTise tor new; 79c lor oi-h Innd extra choice nhj mixed Western Groceries gtBg irs quiet. Molasees in moder ate dem md. Coffee dull. Mftt p,,rk hearv and lower; more doing at the der-bne; ill QO for obi ir.es, $in .SO for new. $10 75u?ll 75 for old oni new prime. $14 S0g If 00 for prime mess. Beef quiet and unehanped Lord A shRtie easier t tfJlOC for com mon to strictly prime Money Active at 6rif 7 per cent Gold, with out m verifl chsnge; opening at 48 Vj. advancing to 4H . clotng weak at 4H54d4" -remir.m. Sterling dull and nominal; 16.1 Mf34 for first bills LIVERY STABLE. LIVERY TAB Is K ALF A BQCAM fOVTI )r WaHW.T05 rT.. betweeu Merl-ban and Penneylvar.ia. in rear of Glenn's Blk , Indiataiprih.. Thm Stahle 1 supplied with the hee of vt ek. boarded hy tfc wrek, dav or meal. niutrjffos a m uivax. nvt-iam fropnetor FOR SALE. A VACANT LOT ON WASHINGTON ST., FOR RALE. M.v. wU: be r X prfeiSed aacR ga'Ba, a Ta m 1 1 i r ladtacBBsOs. A sett JTta f I ORDtl totacfltteae the saaanl i an wh B w t; Be mwde ttt tae aotk el RUr. 1MR. eaw t tae aaaae with as mart at nieaai a p-aiLrf, We nroarr to ssk the ctttxens af the fak f sjrusBxssi I tnct of la liana t prvr and Ree r-aJjr m.i, . r meinora u:t.. a.iK.i - tiirr will net Re ffUlned, therebj mag s Raoeym w a tTyr rtmmM Tae aae-wasenn artn Re asae aaaas tRe U Uew tag: tat (ta alJ earr.avr. waeji ,r BBRer tav. ,. tta hodj of whwk ret upon aartt fa, wkea the ahm tWrasa km tRe .aas ef wbsj fe doll an. laciwBum like Hi be ssseeeef ts raa frsm tRe let r-f lt of Mav. la- 4. Ah waeaasred Uai newed and raarged for tae frartiwnal ran f tae year, eoeasn ncsag rrviaa tRe rr4ratiaa efine oM ant fading ia af baatneaa at er hefore tbe axi tRe aatoun- efthsnewU aprlcatis ta the l ollectwr of ia lastnrt Rd Mauufactarer. Bairaer-, and eshare, wfB their month It reports a aaaal, RM wnR a Rum pranBaneea. SIR Au ow, riSgwiU als Be sesssisd wpea tRe aanaal gains, peeata or lac asm for tae rear lRft, ef all perc reMdii f wttJün the IRatrwg, wRetRer deny4 frotn a ;. kll of p-pertr. renU. latereata. etridewaa valane. .if r-an say r tr.-ni sn eurce whttever. In eaümA ir, urh gains, avehts ar Rsrsaae. all '-r .her oorv.f n. m. .hail we Or! awaWi dJmUxJ fanvdm.niB rf rtteO. xfBBweRy tRe Berry ae as- 1' ahereitwaseinn1rtti thesaAarneefaawa Brent or meotne. hat in no cae wilt the nn -niTa ef Ittrtfiff ednerl TW ferner win he rewaired ta make retam of the eahae ef tRe peodwre ef ft farm, wttf -out dedurf ei f. r tbe Ish. r or ereVe. of khneelt and bis faeairy. er for any poetten of orR ptwewee caeteuawf Re himself and fasaiRy. or foe tRe eeet of any sew ctrwe tnre. wrR aachanag. - t tne with tVnee. Inf for itaprovexBent to RclleJng. Rnt all am. ont acrBafty rnWd for bireel laor. rent of farm (If aay.) aad nee repair np-ti ht hoiM-nes or farm. inHa1tjg the enSelat eace ef tie fa red lah.rerv will he dict Farm prednee. which the nredoeer bad b Rami an tR Ha day of DecemRsr, hM. matt be aff raiai d at Ha a ket value on that dar. Kerb person will be re.pi red to retam bisnaaJ tnrwm. so fsr ape ifvina; 'be ircee from wbicb h la derive, ae toenahle tbe Aamfatawt Aaaeasor to decide wa dedwe tiieis sbsl! mad therefrom. The following persans Rave Rasa anpotnrea Aataat Ash. r fm Marion corKTT: Jon H STTttH -IavRaen Kb. I At adRce. and square Xo. 57 . city ef IndMnspolM. L M lairr. DlriMoB Xo. Verth half of Ceatre Isa aehfn WiLUaai faaema UvtaanXe SeatRRatf ofCentfe tow nab in J Mcoai.-Iv.i.;4,B Xo. 4.-Lawreacs aad Warsaw towi.ahiaf Twowas TaxiBLaa. -IReisiaa Xo. i. Fraahtui and FWrrt OW PRmama Raeirw Wvitioa He. C Decatarand Weene town.hlp. Ir.v HoiuetB.m lavlMon 5o 7 - Hke and Wab- iBgt-.li t. WT ll WIL1.MM A HRADSHSW. ap'.T-,U"w3w. AsaeasorttR iNstrkt of Indiana. MILLS. C. HM-KMAN J H M AC ARTIM k. Late of th- Ca( tUl Mill "BATES CITY MILLS " NOTICE. STREET IMPROVEMENT NOTICE. N OTICr IS HF.REBY lifVFX Or' THY. PKNTENCT nf tba foliowiag Ordinaoee for treet improye- mt: "Ab Ordinaace te pronde foe tbe grading aad gravel ing ot Tanna ess street and MdcwaiR. between RsiotClsir street and the Ccrporan- Lme North " Atteet: CTRXR f. RÜTTE RPTE LD, STRAYED. , OTRAYFD FROM THF. SCBSCrMBTR. 0 THI 34 i . 4 May. tu Hnderaon's addition, ta tndiaatepoha. a trray Hot-, IS band, high, years eld, wind aroaen. itv sRR? hair scratched off. I hooght him at fmrrows' Stahls ( l. It "iSth Kjf inrll I will lOvrallr rewara any 3r- . - r - - rj I ivaa. PATRICK BRA X IN son that return Rim r gives information that wil to ai recovery. BBJW-UJl w different nans of tRe Citv. for ale cheap fcr or to fm ptrnTt t-M.x.ii rLtsw-r, hly.dAwarr, Resl mate ageet THF I XI'KKSir.NF.pH IM. IF ASH. TUl Ark'R MilU for a term of ).ar for the purpose of soeea- facturtna; a Biand of Flour eipr-salv for tbe eft) trade, uld reapectfvJIy invite tbr ciuxena eRBsRsmapi 'ti aad vtcirity to give our Flour a trial, for. wnR our experience In the tradr, we r c mpetent of givlug entire äatista tion. We al-. keep .-on.Uiifly Rye Flour. Corn Meal. Cora, Oat and all lads of Kill Feed, mhk-R we ariU sell aa low as any house in tbe City. All orders left at the Mill or at our More, XoRRf, Bast Waebingti.il rtre t, will be proniply fi'Ud aid delivered te ajy part of the Ofja Term CaeR. mi-Ul4t HFCKMAN K sf A( ARTHUR BOOTS AND SHOES. DONT PASH THIS 1 THE HR A M II NTOKE -OF If. Hi HRISCH. NEW YORK. SELLS CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, AT NEW TORK PRICES. FI1HF FAfT THAT THIS TBF l i'( iN'nFCTRI) I with Ney York, aaaaree caatuiuer that the) will alwayii find prior s, a wrii a .tylr. to correepead wHh ib metrupoli nmRSTsher th plarr. SFI M I I. IP n riak:. mvle-ilj On III nni Mrwt.setr I clan Hepa. CLOAKS. tC. fLOiK INDMlMlliHSTORH! RE KIVlXG DAtLT BY tum: ri tus t .rofti-TfEa CLOTH. ÄII.K. MCE. Barege Mantillas! MOO I RT8 , IVE t Bihj CLOAB A XT) MASTTLLA 5T0BB. OLD P08T0FFICB BUILDING. myte-dly BoWtR Menoia INDI AN AFOM.s DRY COOM. Lare Arrival of Spring and Summer AT- Lynch & Keane s, BT Lot '.s wile and deep, and will be mid lew for! cash VrKFRN'AX PIERCE. bfri-dA-ww Real E.tate A jet. . tow pnce.roKna'el with bet of tbe lat tr var PKIVTt at twelve and a half per yard; I A at hT teeu per yard. BLEACHED ShI&TiVG at fliteea per pard, DRESS GOODS tram eight cents aad ap. CloaR, Shawl.. Delaines, Grenadlsea, Baregea, TVk tags. Gtngbams.- Ltaec, Poplts. Drae Coeds, austere Gloves, Xouona, he.. BO Per Cast. law r ter Tri eeel 5 000 Hoop Skirtf Whnleaalc st Retail tf I Kj-i w.r.t t. .. call and diamine our atasR and prices Refers baying. Term.. rash-One price, tad no trenses te UXIMUIt 11 WUT WAhMiXöTOX SHUT. Xea? Dry Geed fr-e PaltccT Bob I YU1 At KEARK myie- HOTELS. AVELINE HOUSE B. H. AVELINE. Prop's-. ( oruerl almauufiBifi Berry Stn, Opposite tRe Const Roast, ROMS U At XL, IXAA.