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AddreM ELDER, UARKNKS? BINGHAM,
WEDNESDAJ MORNINO. MARCH D.
2PAnother beautiful diy wa yesterday.
fSTThe U. S. D.atrict Court convened yes
terday. 2TGo to tie Metropolitan to-night. A plen
did till ii posted.
GTThe Mayor hid drunk and l.tdie lor
keeping bagnios before him yesterday. He per
formed his function.
C3T Lieut. H. F. Hubbard, of the 3d Wiacon
iu battery, passed through vesteiday with re
cruit lor Iii regiment.
C? Every bod and the rest of tninkind see
and red R. M. Spicer k Cj.'s new advcrtUe
meiit in this day 'a paper.
r?7Tbe 2JtU Indiana. Lieut. Col. Meikel,
arrived yesterday. To day the boys will h;tve a
reception. All will turn out to honor them.
C27It is a! Duo tan impossibility to procure a
pure article of Uourbou Whisky. Senour, on
Wa.hirton street, keep- the genuine for sale
tS7"The Examiner, Mr. Cyru. S.iiilh. will
examiue applicant for teachers' license on S it
tirday text, at Bryant's Commercial College,
coianieucing at 9 o'clock A. M.
t3TCol. Down of the X. V. k Oen. W.
Nichols of the N. Y. Central, and Charlie At
more of the L M.a&d connections, are among
the distinguished arrival at the Rates.
Attestio:!, Sir Kxiuuts. There will be a
pecia I meeting of IIa per Commaodery, No. 1,
this (Wednesday) evening at 7 o'clock, for work.
E. CoLbSTICK, E. C.
City Maw. A few of Sullivan's Maps of the
Citj of Indianapolis, the only Map now in print,
re on band and for s.ile at tht oflice. Price $1 .
For Sale -Land suitable for for gardening, 2
miles fouth of town; 21 acre; will sell 10 acres.
Walker A McKkbkax,
Real Estate and U. S Claim Agenta,
ml3 tf Xo. 8 Wtst Washington street.
Fsiit Raislra and Gardesim In another
column you will find full particular of the fruit,
timber and improvement on the fourteen lot of
land, half a mile weft of th city, to be sold br
Spann k Smith at auction on Tuesday next.
Kai lt Closing. Anxious to give our young
men time for improvement, we will continue to
close at 6 o'clock I. M. duriug the scas-on.
W. k II. (Uknn.
febl2d6ra Proprietor New Yirk Store.
IXTEREST IN THE CoMMlRCI AL HoTEL The
undersigned offers for sale hi undivided one half
interest iu the furniture, business and property of
the Commercial Hotel, in convenience of pick
rtes. The hotel ha enjoyed a liberal patronage,
and this will be a good opportunity for any one
that wishes to engage m the hotel bu?mc?.
mar6-d3 F. A. RriTZ.
Pomtitelt the last Day. Prof. Dc Munn,
the celebrated hair restorer, will positively leave
this city thi evening for Chicago. This will be
the lat opportunity our re.ulcrs will have to con
sult with him. They should by all mean avail
the chance now afforded. Hi
levee will be
A. M.. to 0 P.
held at the Rate House from 8
M. Consultation free. Remeni-
bcr thi ia the last chauce.
To the Laim la. We take the liberty of call
in.! ycur aitention in this manner to our new
enterprise in the retail shoe buine in thi citv,
No. Eit Washington street. No. 21 i re
fitted in fine style, and a fine shoe ptoreis opened
for the sale ol ladies, misset and children's work
exclusively something heretofore unknown in
this city, bat long requ'red. Our .tock has been
purchased in Roston, New York City and Phila
delphia, for cash, and we h ive adopted the motto
of quick sales and small profits. We ask you to
give u a call.
muS-lf Chasi: & Cafy.
t?7 Desaar Rro. i Co., the new wholesale
clothing and piece goods estiblishnient in
Schnull' Block, beg lev to inform the mer
chant generally that they now have and will
keep on barn! a good stock of military clothing
and furnishing god; and, for the especial ac
commodation of merchant tailors in the city aud
country, they have and will always keep on hand
a fine, tasty and well selectfd stock of black aud
blue cloths, fancy cassitneres, silk, Marseille and
C-thimre v eatings.
D 6 Ih sAR Rro. i Co.
A Rkmkpt for Pile. It i ablessing to the
suffering to know that we have an cffectuul cure
for thi truly troublesome disease. Mr. J. P.
Haiarde, of 16d Second street, Cincinnati, Ol io,
take great pleasure in
all who are
Buffeting with piles that he used a small quautitv
of Dr. Strickland' Pile Remedy, and it effected
a permanent cure This seems to be the case
with all who make use of thi p'enJ:d prepara
tion. It Is manufectured at No. 6 Eit Fourth
treet. Cincinnati, Ohio, and sold by ali dru-gUts.
roar 9 tf
t?fAt the livery a Labia of Wro. Hinesly. wed
Terl street, next to Illinois, will b lound the
finet ctrriige ercrrnn npon the street! ot our
city. It is aubstantiil. rich ia finih. convenient
and runs as smooth a possible The outfit, car-
riifi horses and harness. Is complete through
out, coating full $2.000. Mr. liinesly has sold bia
old carriage and now accommodate his custo-
men exclusively with hi new establishment. In
thia connection w will add that Mr. II. haa one
of the be livery stable iQ the west, and bis
turn-outa cannot be surpassed. We know of no
one more accommodating and attentive in bi
line of business, or more worthy of public pat
ronage. Grsat Bargais One of the Cr.est country
reatdencea in thia county, with eighteen acre of
land, brick house with 11 rooms, kitchen, god
cellar, well, cistern, wood house.barn, A.c. It is
one mile from the city limits, on the
National Road, west of White River. It has a
clioice lot of fine fruit tret of all variety.
Grkat Bargain. -A farm of 160 acre within
five miles of the city; will divide it so ai to sell
60 acres, all timber, or sell altogether, to suit
. purchasers. -
For particulars apply to Wo. Lore, office ia
Talbott L N'ew'a Block. 7-d3t
A ):.'. ! t 'i ur. it re-i-l f.r.
Tb bivU out in lli ft May i r ;
r(ly it re-t, a'! mi dr7n-i- f Ka
T' j Iy w;t a- ia I'a;a.i.!
Anl tLe jari g'.i-'.a ty.
A real Jen fand by tha roe-bah fa,
TL dtwy t'.oior.ii perfum the a'r;
prre lr band to her throMnn hreaat,
yf Kti ! ' firt wondrfnl rapture biet
Ai.d tie year gild by.
A mother kneela by tl.e rae-t u-b. fair,
S' fl ch t!.e leava la the er Jnf air ;
rrw vf t.'.'vjgr.u cf the pal ri.
A .d tr f ar.r-i-'h 1ia br i e
And l;" jea K"dc ly.,
TTaVf r. 1 J.r.e fa .1 lb r,-e-T f,
I.ir'l are !h l-avv i.n th- a;.t ira'i ;
Y itLred rd dei 1 U ey fall t tb jrrud,
Ai.d leti'Jy C'jVf r a i -u-idt mour. !
Merchant Tailorixü Spring ia approach
ing, ana for new and beautiful atylcs of goods
for pentlemen's wear, made in the mot artistic
fashion, call on (. II. Heitkam, No. 17 North
Illinois street, lliüury wotk is executed prompt
ly, and in a manner nnurpas.ed, at Ucitkam'a.
TtbtuT Kvimxü, March 8
Council met in special session pursuant lo ad
journment. The Committee on Account reported as to
Pe.t House claims. Allowed.
The Committee on Fire Department reported
in tavor of erecting shed iu various localities.
Sundry ga9 post estimates were read and
The Fire Engineer reported with reference to
the aale of the old engines "Friendship" and
"Conqueror." Respectfullv submitted. Adopt
ed. Mr. Rrown submittel the following report on
the subject of bounties, which was concurred in:
Indianapolis, March 8, led.
Mr. President The special committee to
whom wa referred the subject of appropriating
money to pay bounties to such of the re enlisted
soldiers of the 17th Regiment Indiana Volun
teers a have been credited to Indianapolis upon
their muäter-in rolls, and to levy a special tax to
raire revenue to meet such appropriation, beg
leave to mike the following report :
The Legislature of ItGI passed an act author
izing incorporated cities to appropriate out of
their treasuriea such sums as they may deem
proper lor the protection and maintenance of the
families of volunteers, and "to levy tach yrnr a I
special tax upon all tne taxable properly ari'J polls j
within their respective jurisdiction, lor the pur
pose of paying the said appropriations or the inter
est thereon." This ower does not, in the opin
ion of your committee, authorize a special levy
to be made at any other time than that fise l by
law for making th general levy, which is within
one month alter the selection of the Assessor.
The act referred to does not authorize the issuing
of bom! upon which to borrow money to meet
cxpen.se incurred in protecting ana maintaining
the families1 of volunteers. '
The act of It" ."7, governing incorporated citio,
protiJcs that "loans may be made by a vote of
two thirds of the Common Council in anticipa
tion of the revenue of the current and following
year, and payable within that period; but the
ajrsrecate amount of euch loan phall not exceed
the levy and tax authorized by this act for mu
nicipal cxpencs for the same )eir." It is also
provided that "no incorporated city, under thi
act, shall have power to borrow money except in
the execution of the powers herein expressly
granted, unices three fourths of the resident tax
payers hhall petition the Common Council to
contract such a debt or loan;" and that a levy
may be made sufficient to pay the interest on
such loan, with an addition ol not less than five
ceuts on the hundred dollars to create a sinking
fund to liquidate the principal The powers ex
presaly granted in lcii7 do not embrace the addi
tional power granted in IMil, to appropriate
money for the benefit of the families of volun
teers, and to levy special taxes to meet such ap
propriations. Therefore it follows that such in
debtedness must be met by special taxation, and
that such revenue, so created, cannot be nntiei
pa teil by loans upou bond.
Again, the amount of any such loan, if it
could be legally made, cannot exceed the levy
and tax authorized for municipal expenses for the
same year, and must only be in anticipation of
the revenue of the current and following year.
The current year is the fiscal year from May,
1?CI, to May, lbGl, and the following year thtt
from May, to May, 18CÖ. It is known that
the resource for the current year are not only
exhausted, but the amount of outstanding in
debtedness, added to n reasonable expenditure
for the year following, for needed municipal pir
poes, will greatly exceed the revenue to be col
lected between now and May, ltbo. without tak
ing into account our bonded debt of $20,000.
Therefore a loan cannot be legitimately made in
anticipation of revenues already anticipated.
Your cemmittee, in view of the limited pow
ers granted the Council, cannot recommend that
money be borrowed or bond be issued to pay the
The committee do not consider that faith has
been violated by a refusal to make the appropria
tion a?ked. Nor do we concur in the belief that
but lor the ro enlistment and credit to this city of
the veterans of the 17th regiment, our city
would not have filled i's quota. The first call
was filled by home enlistments, and the second
call has been nearly filled by the same diss of
recruits enlisted since the 5th of January, with
out counting the veterans. It Is certain, too,
that over 150 veterans have been cre'dited to this
county in regiments and bittet ies without count
ing those of the 1 7th regiment. And all of thee
1 Tf are re-ideni of this county.
Your committee would sugjtc.H that experi
ence ha taught us that the local bounty system
is at bet not the surest way to encourage culist
metit.s, ami, we recommend that in luture. we
hu.-batid our resources and devote what can be
spared to liberal appropriations for the benefit of
the hundred of families ol soliiers in our mdt.
Indianapolis haj, so far, done well in this regarj
and should continue iu well doing If the gov
ernment bounties are not sufficiently ltrge, let
them fie increased and let the tax levies be ma le
bv United States official in :-utTicieut amounts to
meet all expenditures necessary to recruit the
armies of the Union to what is required.
"Your committee would add tha: a conference
was bad witntne county t-ommi?! oners and that
they declined to mike any further appropri itions
to pay bounties.
Aistin H. Brown.
P. H. Jamison.
S A. Flltciier.
S. Mr X abb.
After transaction of further business Cjunoil
Dr. A. I. AM-,
RAFFERS HIS SERVICES TO TUE CITIZENS OF
ß imtiaaapoli and Tiiiuity. Öftre, Viririii;a Avenue
N. Ti. Ketidetic North N w Jerey treet. No 37.
ort 14'ft.i-dt v
Jl 9 lrr t:
aiiU hold at
N WITCHES. l)tN')NI)S, JEWELRY. PI .ATE.
:.ts in.l o:bt ?roiil property. r r.uuti
NOKTIi ILLINOIS STKKF.T, NORWOOD'S
I LT STAIRS.) oct-Jly
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Ff Vtshinffton stred Wropcrty.
CEVERAb lU on Val.iinrtou Mrctt w!l be l.ed f..r
JJ a term cf j'.rt. or ol-J ,n rj-y f m-nt!. Ia tb
rear cf tbee lot l a trr anioai t f cruutiJ front:;. c on
Maryland Mrrrt, aimiraMy :iuated for aanufacturicg
purpose, wbt.-h wdl r-e cid :th er without Its ih
iatoa treet front.
OF I'.rSlSESS GROUXG. rear ad;i. .tcn street,
wV.J b oi-1 ery low, anJ ha mit.e.
DKL7.KLL, Jk JON KS,
mcba-t-il Keat Estate Afeuw.
BLACKSMITH IN C-
BLACKSMITH k HORSESIIOER
No. 6 East Maryland Street,
i .a eoarao asraMi.1 rcarax Dial iiara uniiti.
lor .norninx ttepert ee I Irat fnjfe.j
Death of Col. Dahlgren .Confirmed.
GENERAL GRANT IN WASHINGTON.
Tmi II ERG ENTHUSIASTICALLY wriXTOVED.
fmfti. Ptclc Jltsifsnd at .Vfirff ri.
The New Hampshire Election.
GEN. SHERMAN AT VICKSBUEG.
tVc, Ac, Ac , Ac, Ac.
W ashisgtox, March 8. The Republican of
this evening has the following:
In oar first edition yc?tenJaj we doubted the
statement that Colonel Dahlgren reached our
lines in safety. We did so because we kuew at
the time that the Richmond Sentinel of Saturday
morning, a copy of which reached Gen. Meade's
head'jutrtcrs, announced that Colonel Dahlgren
was killed in the skirmish at Queen's and King'
C. H. This fact waa telegraphed to the Presi
dent late on Sunday night, eight or nine hours af
ter General Butler's dispatch of Sunday was re
ceived, announcing the safety of Col. Dahlgreu.
The new of the death of the Colonel was not
made known to his father, Admiral Dahlgren,
until this morning, because there was a lingering
hope that there might be some mistake about it
iu the Sentintrl.
La'e list night General Butler telegraphed
that he had received information confirming the
announcement in the Sentinel that Col. Dahlgren
was killed at King's and Qceen's C. II.
The President being satisfied that there was
no longer nny good reason to doubt his death,
deemed it his duty this morning to communicate
the tact to Admiral Dihlgren, which was ac
The President having signed the whisky bill,
it is a law.
The Senate has confirmed over a hundred
nominations of Assistant Adjutant Generals, to
rank as MijoM and Captains.
Gen Sickles has not preferrad charges against
Gen. Meade before the Committee on the Con
duct of the War.
Gen. Grant, accompanied by his son, General
Rawling and Col. Comstock, of his staff,, ar
rived here this evening.
While quietly taking his dinner nt his hotel, a
gentleman lose ai:d announced to the 400 or 500
gurstrt who were nt the t.tbles that they had
ani'ing them the hero af Vickburg, whereupon
the diners roe to their feet nnd enthusiastically
welcomed the hero with shouts and waving of
' From ev York.
Nfcw York, March 8. A Norfo'k letter of
the ölh re;orts Gen. Pickett' whole rebel divis
ion at Suffolk, supposed to be on a grand forag
ing expedition and to enforce conscription.
lirunsotns command, which intested the line of
the Albemarle ami Chesapeake Canal, has dis
appeared from there.
The Po?t's Washington special says the find
ing of the Court of Inquiry iu the case of (Jen.
Buell will soou be published. The Court does
not attach any blamoto Buell.
A ppecial to the Commercial say3 some fears
are entertained that a conflict of jurisdiction will
tAe place between Mr. Allen, agent of the
Treasury, and Ge: Thomas of the War Depart
ment. Admiral Dupont is in Washington to appear
beiore the Committee of Investigation of the at
tack on ChnrIetoii.
The Commercial's Fort Monroe letter of the
5lh says (Jen. Peck u besieged at Newburn
and nearly every post in North Carolina.
Kilpatrick'ü veteran horsemen are a (Jod send
to this department and may accomtJisli more
than twice or thrice their numbers of infantry.
I feel certain Gen. Butler will retain them.
Gold ha advanced to G3e on the new3 of
the defeat of Stcbbins gold bill.
Supervisor Booth, of Brooklyn, jut returned
fiom Washington, has officially informed the
Board of Sunerviors that a call for 200,000 more
men would soou be made, and that the draft
would be enforced
Private advices from Bombay expres fear that
the American .h?ps Naples and Southern Bights
from that port, have been captured by the Ala
The election in this city t- Jiv paste l off qui
etly. The total vote was 23.23. of which 16,
401 were in favor of the amendment of the Con
stitution allowing soldiers to vote.
rteic Ilnmpslilre l'lectlon.
Co-corn. March 8th. 10:TM M Seventy
seven towns give Gilmotc 17,530, Harrington
13.071). scattering 51. Gilmoie is elected by 4,
All rive of the Commissioners, probably nine
out of the 12 Senators, and a majority of the
llerTCrennitives aie Republican.
There have been heavy Union gains in every
town heard from
Philadelphia, March 8 A soecial to the
Bulletin from Cincinnati, to diy, ay:
An officer arrived at Cairo yesterday direct
from Vicksburg, who corroborate the Confeder
ate s torie regarding the return of Sherman's ex
pedition to Jackson.
Rebel rumors say that Col. Forrest was killed
in an engagement with Sherman's expedition.
From San I rnncluo,
San I-ranosco, M in n t. The funeral of the
late T. "t-rr King yoterday wan very imposing.
The .semblage of people wa greater than on
any similar occasion for many ears All the
Christian denomination, the Maoi;ic Order and
the military pir'icipated. The Governor and
princip il Federal and State officers were present.
Minute yun were fired during the service.
Baltimouk, Maren f Tliere are exciting ru
mor in the streets of an extenive rebel ra;d into
Maryland It may be confidently stated that the
only foundation for these rumors s the fact that
a small rebel force has been seen in Loudon Co ,
Cairo. M trch r Pas-eriteis by the steamer
Luni nary, from ick-btirr -ii the 3d. sav that I
Sherman aid hi army are there.
The election :t Memphis paed off quietly,;
resuliii g in a choice nnjr;ty for conservative '
can ii laic
VKKYRODTW i n? cured of thi diatreaicj d-j
raC t v lUe li.v I
DR. STRICKLAND'S PILE RErY.EDY.
Rei.t whit a afferer says
Mr. J. I. Hilar le, 164 Sri.1 rett Cincirnatl. O.,
cajs be ha t eer, a t.eaJfui 'rtr w;:h p.'.e fcr a Kl
time, and lis tried tfarly ermthitir, and could t-btain
r.o relief. He ut about n-r.urtb or a t of Dr.
Mnc.:cJ' IMe Omtaieot. anl a inde a complete cura.
He aties every one uürrir to try it.
S'!d by'dDrussits at 50rerv r-r j.t. Manufactured
at No, tat Fourth etret. Cincinnati. O. Aak for 3
Slricktasnrs Pile Remedy.
For aa!a by XT. I. Haskit A Ct., Rmwninr A SJoa?,
Stewart A Morraa, J. F. Senour, TomMnvm A Cox and
Fpi.er Wocber. niar7-dlyetUwly
CHAM. S. ' WARE, .11. !.,
Physician and Surgeon.
OlFICK SOUTHWEST COKNRK OK MKRIDtAN AND
wah.uton treet, JLo S. Spann'a eld cEee.
Eie2ca Xo. S7 yorth rctijlBla a:. Jaj d3n
Waxbixoto, March, 8.
Mr. Kson presented a resolution of the Iowa
Legislature in favor of soldiers discharged in
comequence of wöunda cr disability being" em
p'oyed in situation which they are competent to
til unJcr Government, ! 1 heartily indorsing the
poiicy of paying soldiers and sailor of African
descei.t tl.e earns as in givea to white eol diets
an 1 sailor far similar services. Referred to the
The House resumed the consideration of the
bill author1. ing the Secretary ol the Tre-Hury to
feli from time to titue, at bis discretion, anv gold
in ti.e Treasury over fcr.d above the amount
which in his opinion may be required by the gov
crnmtnt for the paTna?ui of inter est on the pub
lic debt, and other purpo?es.
Mr. Boutwell's ameudmeut, heretofore offered,
In lieu ot this, and as a substitute for the orig
inal bill to authorize the Secretary o' the Treas
ury to anticipate the payment of the interest on
the public debt Irom time to time, with cr
without a rebate of interest, the coupons as to
him may st em expedient.
The bill in this ameuded form was passed, 90
The Deficiency bill was taken up..
The House concurred in the larger number of
the Senate's amendments, but disagreed to others.
The bill will be returned to the Senate.
Mr. Schenck, from the Military Committee,
recommended dropping unemployed Major and
Brigadier Generals. Postponed until Tuesday
The Senate bill establishing a uniform ambu
lance avstem wa? passed.
The bill makiog the Provost Marshal General
a Brigadier was passed.
A bill was reported securiug homesteads to
solJierx and sailors oa confiscated rebel lands.
Ordered to be printed.
The petitition of Eli Thayer and others, pre
tented on Monday, was incorrectly stated to be
in favor of the passage of a law confiscating the
lands of the rebels and distributing them among
Ireedmen. The petition in reality asks Congress
to confiscate utterly and without reserve, the
lands of rebels, and to give ot the same, without
other formality than occupation, ICO acres to
each private in the nava 1 service, and to each
man in the rank and file of the Union army.
Mr. Powell called up the joint resolution re
questing the Secretary of War to transmit the
report and evidence of the Military Commission,
of which Gen. McDowell was President.
Mr. Wilson opposed the call for thee papers,
a they were necessary to be withheld that they
might be used in the prosecution of officers w ho
Mr. Sherman said the evidence in possession of
the President vindicaes Gen. Curtis from the
charge of speculating in cotton.
Mr. Powell said the Senator from Kansas had
stated that if he was the President or Secretary
of War he would want no higher ulogy than his
(Powell's) censure. If he thought the Secretary
of War was doing his duty, he would not censure
Mr. Lar.e of Kansas said that in three years
he had never heard one word from the Senator
(Howell) in denunciation of the rebel leaders,
while day by day he had heard him denounce the
ofhVers of the (juvernmeot.
Mr. Johnson hoped the Senator from Massa
chusetts would withdraw his objection to the
passage of the resolution as amenued.
Mr. Wilson would not resist the passage of
the resolution with the amendment of the Sena
tor from Io'va.
Mr. (irimes said the whole proceeding of the
missions vre grossly in violation of the articles
of war, which proved that no such commission
should be created except by the President, and
he was wholly ignorant of the formation of such
a commission. Mr. Grimes con-idered it noth
ing but a commission to fish up testimony de
rogatory to officers in high standing in the army.
He nfertcd to the case of Gen. Curtis who was
airaigned on the testimony without his pres
ence. So satisf actory was the evidence that the Prcsi-
neut announced at once that Gen. Curtis was
free from all blame.
If this resolution passes it ihouid be accompa
nied by a request for any testimony which sihould
properly accompany it.
After tonie rem it ks bv Mr. Powell, the resolu
tion was informally paed over.
On moti .n of Mr. L ine, of Kansas, a resolu
tion was adopted directing the Committee on the
Pacific Railroad to inquire into th expediency of
constiucting a railroad fiom Fort Leavenworth
Mr. Carlisle, from the Committee on Public
Lands, teported back a bill to confirm certain
land claims iu California. Referred to the Post
Mr. Wilsou introduced a bill to provide for
the better organization of the Quartermasters'
Department, which was referred to the Commit
tee on Military Affairs.
This bill oiganizes divisions, charged with du
ties a follows:
1st Purchase and disposition of horses for the
2d Purchase and issue of clothing, knap
sacks, camp and garrison equipage, and accou
trement TM Charter of ve-sels for transportation.
4lh Western transportation and telegraph.
5th Purchase of forage
fih Erection of hospitals, barracks store,
house, stables and bridge
7th The purchase and distribution of wagons,
ambulances and forges.
tih Inspection and report.
9th Correspondence, return and records.
Except in case of emergency, or in purchase
at the seat of war, advertising for proposals is
The bill alo provides for the more economical
distribution of supplies and for the punishment
of frauds in purchases.
The special order was taken up, being the
amendment of Mr. Urown to the hill to promote
cnli.-tment. lie concluded his remarks in ta
vr of a general emancipation policy.
United States Marshal's Notice.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, D1STKICT OF IN
IUANA, SS: .
WutkKAä, A libel of information has been filed in the
Harriet O-urt of the United States within and for the
Seventh Circuit and District of Indiana, on tbe C9th day
tf Febniary, ls64, by John Hanna. Ksq., Attorney
ot tne L n:;M Mates, tor tucl'Mnctnf Indiana, azsinsr.
tlie fjüuwinjr de?ribe-t the per rent. State Stock of tlie
State of Indiana, and Samut-1 Mi ter; ami twelve thousand
d&l.ars unpaid iiitret accrued ti.erei n, to-wit:
TIS 4 v
16C4 V H
V 16. ('00
413 3 .C0
Seiz'i 't a violation of the folioa injr act of Cungre-
to-w,-.; ".in act '.n cnncaie pr-'per'y ud f r insurrec
tionary p'lrpo.-es" Kptif' te.! i 6. l-l; d"An
et tu suppr- in.nrr cuon. to pai.i.b trraM-o nd r
i I.'on, to Kiie iGit cunl-c Jte tlie pro 'erty c.f ret.elt.
aid f r eiler pu-po-ej approv.d July ITtb, 12, : J
prijiu? proce aain-t l crt:tcte of fcks and
raot;-y, n1 ttut n se uiay te condemcel a for
fi:eU to tUe United State.
Now, therefore, in purslane of the Monkicn tnder the
seal of sai l Court to me directed and delivered. I da
terby ;v public notice to .1 peron claiming
said cer itcates of stock and mf.ney, or any
prt thfriof, cr In try r.atir.er ir.te-eted therein,
that tier be aod appear before the aa-d. the Lrt-
tnct Cou-t of the L'uiied ita:e to be beM at the citv of
Indianapolis, in and for tt D.:r.ct of lnliata, on the
16th day of March, at 10 o'clock of the forenoon of that
day. tben and thera to interpose tiit-lr claims aod make
the.r aeaüou in tbat txiiair.
D. 0. ROSE, C. S. MarLal.
Watt J Snrrv, Clerk. marrb3-dHt
r. A. &EITZ.
(P0RMEKLT FARMERS' HOTEL,)
One Square North of Union Depot,
East- Side. of Illinois Street
films HOTEL HAS BEEN RECKNTLY REFITTED
4. aad rrfurnubed. I he travc.mg public will be
shown every aitcntioa to oak tb.tm.rtf I At home.
Indluuapoli Chamber of Commerce.
President T. B. Elliott.
Vice President W. A. Badshaw, Johx M.
Lod and S. B. V. Noil.
Director Jon Caklislk, L. W. Ha8Lma5,
J. V. MctrrtT, E. M. Alvorp, L. Hili, Jonx
Fismback. Fain. P. IUsv:i. I. M.ti r, A. P.
Wood and J. I). Pattison.
Secretary J. HaBrntn. "
bt rritfliAM '
Ci5cixati, March 8.
Flour heM Srm tut jaiet; prices urchaDged at
iü 75 for uperßne. S5.cX(f? G.l0 fur extra, and
$.G.l5e 50 for familv.
Wheat tjuitt at 1.30u?l 40 for white and red.
OaU. TSGT'Jc. Corn, böOOc. Rye, $1.30.
Clovereed dull and .prices irreguUr; forced
Bale making at $7.25, but in the f mall wav,
$7 75 is obtained. Timothy declined to $1.15.
Whisky dull at Gc.
Provisions quiet and unchanged; very little
doing; prices omioallv the same heretofore quo
ted. Lineed oil sold at $1 50I 51.
Gold at 62363', and silver at 53Q55c. Ex
Money market easy at G(8 per cent, for good
New York, narkei.
New Yokk, March
Flour, 5c better: price a.re at $6 75(36.90
for extra Stte, $7.20Q7.30 for Hound hoop
Ohio; $7.350 S.W for trade brands; but closed
dull, buyers refusing to pay the advance.
Whisky unsettled in Trices; quotations are
c 8c for State, and lK)(g92c for Western.
Wheat in fair exportdemand at $1X1 1.63 for
Chxago Spring. $1.M1.C4 for Milwaukie Club,
and $1.70(31.72 for Winter Red Weatern. Corn
unsettled at $34(3136 for mixed western ia
store, and $1.301.31 for southern yellow.
Coffee and sugar firm."
Pork firmer with a good demand at $22(g
22 50 for old mess; a choice lot in?pected brought
Lard in good demand at 13tl4c.
Money in fair request and supply abundant;
market easv at 5(3; Gc percent. S'erling firm but
quiet at 177 12'. Gold i excited and firmer; it
opens at 62, advarced to b'4'2. declined to
633. advanced to 64 g, and closed firm at 64)
(3 64 -c pre m.
rJ? II K
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ait. KI5P or
Itooh and Job Printing-
Ex'cuied with natneM and diepatch.
By S2P-32T c2 SMITH
T lit O'CLOCK P. .,OX TnllAV, THE
13th day of March, n04, we will sell at
On the premise, one-half m lewest of the City, on the
L.ara ette Koai,
FOlJUTE. UAUI)E.' LOTS,
Varj ing from 3 to f j Aces each,
Being the south part of the nortb-west quarter. Section
3, Town !. tuuge J, an l norta part of Qn-lAt I, west
of WLite Hiver. and known as the "D. B. Fatout Grden
an l Fruit Farm. Se plat
Every foot of thw land u either in cultivation or tim
ber the si! is the ricbext in the country. There are
cci i-l building pot. a:id more or budding and valu-
l ie fruit aui timber, cn nearlv all the lot. There is cu
the preuii.M.5 a gojd
r s to n i viiiJiiE no use,
Of nine rooms, with good collar, porch, well. 80 barrel
c.steru, pamps, w.d Loiiv, bam 50 by.r0fcet, goo-1
stalle, Ac, ituated on a fine bu. Wing spot :u a grove of
about 5U fine fore-t tree. b-ile aout 250 choice apple
tree, nearlv ail lear-n '2 pear, 3ti cherry and Its
plum trees; i,0'0 ctsrrA&t ai.l roo brry bssbe.; 10t
arap u. 11 bearing. Most ol tue ijimi m in clvrr.
Uv-r 8 arrs of öue tiajbrr. luleg'oJ.
Tikjis Oe-fwunb each ia hand; ba'ance in eqail an
nual tsyraent,'witb interest and iu atgd.e st-curitj, wi'h
the iirijlrctr 't pre-payiuent.
I'eroiis wi-Ling to a't-nd th- sale are requested to ex-
ani -v." ice premise bef.re tLat tm
Fo' further particular apply to D. B. Fa'out, on tie
pretrues, or to toe uuoertenic tteir cc.
SPANN A MITH.
Keal Ksrate Brvkcr.
, . r f
Indianapolis ChamDer of Commerce.
TW H K 'CHAMBER Or COM 'EKCE WlIX BE
JL epcoed daily for bn, on and after Monday,
Fet.raary 15tn, it64. t?uniays excepted; at 2 o'clock
Chanire hours froml o'clock to A o'clock P.M.
feblT dim J. BAUN Ahl. Secretary.
CLEANING AND DYEifJG ESTABLISHMENT
fflHR UNITED STATES DTK-HOUSK, NO. 3 SOCTB
I Illinois street. Indla&apolls, Indiana.
At this old and well-known eitalllsbmect, the ladiei
can have silks and woolen goods dyed la permanent and
txsauuiui color; and genta' jranaetu tAorougbJy reaova
ted and repaired.
Newand econd-haiid cl'nhing botght and sold, also,
a patknlar Tsrch in the bu.inesa denominated &ne draw
ing billia liable cloth, or tear in any garment caa b
so wTwught Aat It can not be risible to the naked eyt.
yJtnen:ber th place, No. J Socth nilttia strttt.
fa&l J04EFH HAHKlf, Prrritcr.
Trm tba arwiy hospital tha bloody batt'.e-eeld the
raanolon of the rich and humb'e abe1e of the poor
frin th off.ee ar.d tb nrred d'k from the n;ounta!n
top, di.-tar.t va'ley a I fr-eT ;'.arid of the oco
from every r.o k ait corcer cf tLe civilixed wor! t !
pourlri la the evidence of tbe atoa!hIn r!T.-ct of
DRAKE'S FLA STATION FITTF.RS. Thousand vpon
thua'oJs cl leitet haa the fvUoairg xay te teen at
KrcprT, Ww., Sept,l, 1.
bave Uen the arrjy hop;tal fir
fourteen tuoTiths nph, and nearly lead. it Attcn.
Ilt tby gare rat a boVle of p'.ir.tatk.a l'.itu r.
Tfciet boitie retared my peech and cured ire.
C. A. FLAUTE."
Sott Wiuiw, 0., JtJy 25, lß.
" 0n yoanjf man, who had been ick and
not oat of the bouee for two year with Scrofula aod
Kryipela, after paylnj tha doctors over 15 without
benefit, has been cured by ten bottle of your bitter.
The followinf U from the Mancger of th Union Roma
School for tha Children of Volunteer?:
Ilivtatrti Ma5iojt, Fim-Sivrm SritrrT.i
Nw Yoaa, AnpastS, lf3. t
'Da. Daaxa: Tour wonderful Plantation Bitters have
been given to some of tur l'ttle children aalTrinj from
weaknea and weak lung, with moit happy eJTeet. Ona
little girt, in paricular, with pain, in her head. Ion of
appetite, and dai.v waftir-jr eonaamption, oa whoa all
medical kill bad been exhiiktel, hat been entirely re
stored. We commenced with but a teaspoocful of Bit
ters a day. Her appetite and strength rapidly lacread,
and ah Is now well.
Respectfully, MRS. 0. M DEVOK."
I owe much to yon, for I verily believe lis
Plantation Bitters have saved my life.
REV. W. H. WAGGONER,
Thou wilt aend ma two bottles more of thy
Plantation Bitter. My wife bat been greatly beoeSfeU
by their use. Thy f : lend,
ASA CCRR'N, Philadelphia, Ta."
" 1 have been a great sufferer from Dyspep
sia, and had to abandon preaching. -jhe
Plantation P.itter hive cured me.
RF.V. J. S CATH0R5,
Köchelter, N. Y."
" SenJ u twenty-friar doien mor of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity tf which are daily
Increasing with the guest of our houe.
SYKES, CHADWICK & CO..
Proprietor of Wiliard'a Hotel, Washington, D. C.
" Have given th Plantation fritter to hun
dred of our disabled tuUlicrs with tbe most astonishing
effect. G. W. D. ANDKKWS,
Superintendent Soldier' Iloine, Cincinnati, 0.
" Tha Plantation Bitters hart cured me of
liver complaint, of which I wa laid up prostrate aud had
toahandon my buaine;-.
II. B. KINtiSLKY, Cleveland, O."
" The Plantation Bitter have cured tae of a
derangement of the kidneys and nrir.ary organs that hss
distressed me for year.. It acs l.k a chsnn.
C. C. MOOKE, '4 Broadwsy, N. T."
The Plantation Bitter make the weak Mrong, the lan
guid brilliant, and are e xltat-d natnre'a great restorer.
They are composed of a celebrate! Calisaya Bark, Win
terreen. Sassafras, Rots, Uerbs, Ac, all preserved ia
perfectly rure St. Croix Kum.
Persons of i!dentsry habit troubled with weakness.
lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack of sppctite, dis
tress af.er eating, torpid liver, constipation, A., deserve
to suffer if they do not try tbem.
They are recommended by tha lrgbest medical author
ities, and are warranted to produce an immediate bene
ficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly
pure and harmless.
None Any person pretending to sell Plantation
Bitter iu bulk or by the gallon 1. a swindler and Impos
tor. It is put up only ia our patent log cabin bottle
Bwre f bottles refilled wUh imitation dtleterou stuff
for which several persons are already ia prUon. Sea
that every bottle ha our private United State Stamp
over tha cork unmntilatei, and signature n steel plate
Sold by rerpectaL'e dealers throughout the habitable
P. II. DRAKE V CO.,
202 Broadway, N. Y.
It 1 a Dye.
In the year 1845 Mr. Mathews firt prepared the TENK-
TIAN II MR DYE; since tha' time it has been used bv
tlnuand., and in no iDtaTrt -h i failed to giva entire
The VENETIAN DYK is the cheapest in the world.
Its price is only Fifty Cent-, nd each bottle cot talus I
tft1lhA Ik. All.nllll. f Aim. I Mtf.tallM .nl I In ... m
The VENETIAN DYE i warranted not to injure the
hsir or tl.e K-a'p In the (.lightest d-j:r e.
The VENETIAN DYE works with raj idity and cer
tainty, the hair requiring no pre psration whatever.
The VENETIAN DYE pro-luces any shade, that may
ba desired on- that will not fad, crock or wash out
or. that is as permanent a the hair itself. For sale by
all druggists, rr.ee CU cents.
A. I. MATHEWS,
Gen. rai Aget.t, 12 Gold utreet, N. T.
AIo, Mnufcmrer of Mathews Arnica Hair Gloss,
the bt bair dressing in use. Price 2s cents.
S2TNERVOUS DEBILITY. SEMINAL
Weakness, etc., f'in. he curX by oeo who has really
cured nlnvelf and hundreds of others, and will tell you
nothing but tb trth. Address with Msmp.
EDWARD II. TkAVER,
feb'29-dAw ly Ixk Bx, B ton, Mas.
ZZT IMPORTANT TO LADIES. DU.
Hautet' Fkmii.k Pili have uever yet failed in r
moving diSTicn'tifs ari.n5 from obstruction, or stoppage
of nature, or In restoring tL ytm to perfect health
when suffering from Spinal affection, Prolap-m, Cterf,
th White, or other wekne of the Uterine Organs.
The Pill are perfectly harmbv-s on the constitution, and
may ie taken by the mot delicate femsle without caus
ing distress the same tlin they act like a charm by
trergtherdng. Invigorating restoring the system to a
healthy condition, and by brtpjring on the monthly pe
riod with regularity, no matter from what causes th
obstruction may arise. They should, however, NOT ba
taken during the flrt three or four months of pregnancy,
though safe at any other time, as mitrarriage would ba
Each box contains 6'J p'lls. Price tl.
Dr. HARVEY'S TREATISE on Diseases of Females,
Pregnancy. Miscarriege, Barrenuess, Sterility, Reproduc
tion and Abue of Nature, and emphatically the Ladies
Private Medical Adviser, a patr.pblct of 61 pages, sent
free to any ad Ire. Six cnts required to par postage
The Fill and book w 11 be sent by mail when desired.
securely sealed and prepaid, by
J. BRYAN, M.D , General Agent,
Nx 76 Odir street. New York.
Jy.'old by all the principal drr.ggiirts.
TOMLI.V50N A COX, Drcgx.'ia, Agents,
za-s r; w ni.ic o v e k y for the
peedy anl ;-rnai.erit ture of Seminal Wakne. Cre-
ttral and V?rr.al Wicbara. illeet, Srqcal Lrivaaea,
Enis:-Ti, Imptrncf, Cer.ital I-t.'.:tj ml diseise et
tfc Illaddr an-i Kiiuey.
Bki.i. a Sercrric 1'iu are warranted m all caes
asid ca:t b Ttlei ia. No chii of d'i-t required. They
do not iiaii4te.owr interf-r wi'.h business purmit. Up
ward of 200 ca- bsve bn cured tho past moLh.
y.re Vinn urn h unlre-l pjkiaru vs tXem in Vuir
j-rinil prctirt nnd- all jnic rtil of tkir rcaeg.
They are entirely harmless on the system, aud can be re
lied on in all cases arising from youthful indiseretio or
l ji-aur, wdkb blies racapadv
etf-abui-e, whicb often incapacitate the. sufferer from
A TREATISE of 4 pC containing nean of care.
sect free to all. Two stamp required for postage.
The Fill! will bt sent by mall, seccrely sealed, on re
ceipt of Oat Dollar, by J. BBYAN.M.
Fo.T Cedar trreet, 3T, T.
Sold by all the principal druggist.
TOMLTNSON A CO I, Agent.
ThcCourcioiis mid Experience
of an Invalid
Published for the benefit and a aCACTtOXTO TCCNG
U KS aod otber. who suffer from Nervoua lability, Pre- I
mature D-tay of Manhood, Ac, supplying at tht aamt
time the tneana of self -cure. Bf one who bu cured him
self after awteraoti a? ecesiderat te ouackery.
By IikIubIuk a puat paid addreM4 envelope, atnglt 1
Copies may bt ha l of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq.,
fbs-d3a Sdfocd, King Co.. N. J.
-IT SOLDIER S-WE TUIK DR.
Saick'.and i qaita rigit b adviiij- yoa !a l.i advrtis
oeirt in our column cf t -dayfa ppr, to Uka a bottls)
of IU highly revtcmeTjded Actl-Cfcolera Mixture ia ytmr
knapaacks. It may sav tha l;ves cf maty ct our best
soldier. Mother, e that yocr ooa do t uegtect tt
Tsn ran get It at the Prcg t sre at 5 eet? pf r bftfTf .
I: ii te Nr t rerre ty t.r IharrL-ra af;d Dyetery
HAGAN-S MAGNOLIA BAIM.
This is the raot delightful aad f xtrtArd'nsry artKl
ever discovered. It change tha sun barct far ad
baids to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beaety, ta
parting the mat Me purity of youth, ar.d the ;',. a
apparaoe w invitia la th city bJl ef rblsw. U
removes tan, freckles, p; or.pl and roughnass of at
skin, leaving the complexion fresh, tran.parert r.d
smooth. It contaJas no material Irjurious ta th skia.
Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. It I whit
evry lady should have.
Prt pared by W. K. II AG AN. Troy, N. T.
Addre. all order to
DKM AS 5. BARN ES 4 iU, New lark.
A Voice From Viekburfj.
Vtcsat ao. Mi., AU. , 1S6J.
Da. Joax IkxL -Dear Sir: I am happy t statt to yo
that I have nsed your valuable Cedron Bitter with great
benefit to myelf In general db:Uty and prostration of
my sy.tem, produced by tie nuhealthy and mismttic
Ir.Coences of the MiSisippl K'ver attd arund Vtcks
burg, having been with Oan. Grant's army throtgboot
it whole Southern campaign. I cocfidently recommend
Iu nt to all persons who are exposed in uriLa!tfcy cli
mate. H. TT. FOGIJi.
Agent C S. Sanitary Commiion.
LocisviLU, Kt Sept. 1, lM.
Ot the 22J of Ja'y last I submitted, through an agrat
cf mice, to tLt Medical Director of the Department of tht
Cumberland, a sample of my Cedron Bitters for Lis in
spection, and requeued. If alter analysis Le found it
meritorious, to sanction and approve Its ue aiavLg our
The follow ing U the Me-tical Director reply, and als
Gen. Ke Tan's permission to ship 500 doien at once to
havt It sold to Sutlers'. J01INECLL.
"I am satUSed that Otron bitters w'.U do do b.rra tt
any one, if taken proer!y ai.d in moderation. I see Do
objection to Dr. Bull bing permitted to dispose of it tt
Sutüer. A. UK NUT THURSTON.
Surgeon and Mdial Director, D. C."
Hr.aiMr arass lH.e'v or ta Ccasrai bp.
Nasnviixc, Tt , Jul 5.
Dr. John Bull's Agent, Mr. , Las perro!al"B te
ship to Nashville, Tenn., twenty-five rroa (or dozen)
of Bull's Cedron Bittsr, for sale to Sutlers In tht army
The regulations of the Treasury Iw-psrtmect are to bt
complied wrth strictly.
By coma ai.d of ilajor tJeneral Roserrar.
VTM. M. WILF.S,
Mator and Provost MaraLal General.
Said Wholesale and Betall Vy
J. F. SF.N0CR. Druggist,
West VThlrgtou Street, Indian tpolla.
Nothing Succeeds Like Success!
Sayi a great writer, and h the hltory of
For the last half century nothing has
LEAPED USTTO FAVOR
With the public, so cotnpl tely, so universally, aa
CIClSTADOItO'S IIAIIl DYE,
No other is recorded In tht world of fashion by either
aex. Its swift ojrstions, the eaie with which it It ap
plied, the remarkable naturalness of tha browns aod
blacks it imparts, its exemption from all anpleasaut odor
or caustic ingredients, and Its geceral effect uu iL hair
and skin, are the good and sutf.cieut cur of ls uuprt
Manntactured by 1. CH'STAIKIRO, X 6 A.tuw Ilouar,
New York. Sold by all Druggists Applied by all
Hair Dressers. fbC-dl&eodwlmeow. .
BROWN'S BROXCIIIAL TROCHES.
"I II AYE -NEVER CUAXGED MY MIND
respecting tbcm from the first, esceptinf to (Link yet
better oftb.it which I btgan thickinjr well of."
Hev. Henry Ward Brecher.
? "The Trc. hes art a staff of life to me,."
Prof. Ed a ard North,
Pres. Hamilton College, Clinton, N. T.'
"For Throat Troubles they are a specific"
N. P. Willi.
"Too favorably known to Deed commendation."
Hon. Chsrl A. Telps,
Contain no Opium or anything irjarious."
Dr. A. A. Uaye, Chrniit, Bostor.
"An elegant combination fi f Coughs."
Dr. G. F. Kt low , ronton.
"I recommend their use to Public Speakers."
Kev. E. ii. tiiapin.
"Most salutary relief In Bronchi'!."
Kev. S. Seigffied, Morri.ttwu, Obi.
"Very bnjflclal when sufering from CoIds.,f
Iv. S. J. P. Anderson, St. Louis.
"Almost instant relief in the distressing labor of
breathing pecub.ar to Atl ma."
Iv. A. C. Efgleftcn, New Tik.
'Hit have suited r.:y rase exactly, rel.evicg my
throat so that I can sing with ."
Cbori-ter Frtnch Parish Church, Mon'real.
A there are imitations be sure to obtain the ge tuioc.
Sold by all Druggist! and Dealers in Medicines In Ike
United States and most foreign countrie at 25 cet.t per
box. mch5-dA wnt
NEW IROW STORE.
PO.HUKOY, FRY &, CO.,
No. 24 South Meridian Street,
Have euostantly on band
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, A5TIL, BELLOWS, VICES,
AXLES, SPRINGS, B3LTS. MALLEABLE CASTINGS,
SUTa, vTASHERS, HORSE SHOES, U0USF. SHOE
NAILS, WHEELS. HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES,
SHAFTS, BCGGY AND WAGON BO VTS,
CHAIXS, TLOW HINDS, AC , AC.
The Ohio River Salt Compsry.
Tb Madison Pearl Starch Coiapar.y.
7r7Tlfy will eil ail articles la their Im at tht lowest
POHER0T. KhY 4 CO.
Selling Off at 5 Per Cent.BpkwCo;,
af'Ot SIX WEEKS,
XTOT FÖk AN FITENSIVE ALfEKAtlo.V Of
i'ur Spring Sock before tht prtat demand in tht Lanfn
Karktti for Spring Goodi,
Wa dffy cotwpetiUon In prtee. ptraa call aad a
tn.ii our stoclt.
BURE0WS & EDWARDS,
WHOLESAUb AND RETAIL
No. 22 South Illinois Street,
ncAPcno and rjiovvcno.
The Improved KacKcjc Hen per
TO WHICH WAS AWARDED TWO rREMTTJMS BT BT
DIANA STATU FATS.
-V1I7IU. BE ON SAIJE AT W IBB A II ILL'S rNDII
1 V Masonic H!l. Indian spoa.
It is now oa exhibition. Call acd set It.
ck a3 d.m. DO&SET as AKDEXSON, Agwsta. '