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.SATURDAY MORN I Ml. JUNE 4.
C I T Y IT EMS.
t?TAll kio.lsol Book an! JoS Prir.tin ccatlj
arid rxomptlj don at tbit cGiee. tt living rate.
CTTr1 mot flrpact Patent Leather Root
to the cit? at
4-1 JOMKA, VlüülIMil & Co.
f5THolJr of Indiana Arsenal climarere
rjueste!. in an advertisement in to-day" paper.
to rfcr,t item at the (loTfrnor'i office for juj-
RillGion Nonet In rorrqucticc ol to
meeting of the Central Aociion of tbe L'ni
erMli-t at OikUrxJ, there will be no frrricrH in
the Utiivfrlit church to-morrow.
Kaklt Clommo Anxious to pive our jounq
men time fur Imrrotmei.c. H continue to
close at 6 o'clock I. M. durinp the Mfn.
W. A. H. Ounn,
febliJCu. Proprietor New York Store
LtAM mi Sale. We hive Ion; Ice ol a
tore on Washington street, between IVtin-j Ira
ni and Delaware street, for sale at a verv fair
4-2t SrAx A, Smith.
IW The lth Indiana, re enlisted veterans,
arrived at Ciiro day before jestenlay. and nrvy
be expected here at any hour. (Site the LraTf
hoyaauch a reception as they deserve. Colonel
Washburne is the pall.int cufi;tiiaiidcr of thin
Dliikaple Citt I'aortitTY", improved :u.l mi
improrcd, situated iu all part of the city, ami
Yarjing in price to euit demand. For vlc by
WiLtT k Martin,
23 3w Re.il Kstate llrokcrv
tTboe of cur readers who tiny want a
seasonable hat. or who may be anxiou to procure
a joou, auuriaiiti,!, anu itinionlie articie, at .
fair price, cannot fail to be united at Hiker k
Mclrer'a. The reputation of this tiira h.m hun
fairly earned by fair dealing.
12T The iWl MtMacliu-ett. Col. Cogswell,
passed through this city yestertj.iy on thir way
Lome, their time having eapiie-1. They nil pav
high euloium upon the UTilt Itdunn. TheSfÜ
VI a?Mchu-etta fought aide by hide with ti.e ','7ih
Indiana, under Sherman, and they declare that
do braver troops ever lived.
FirTT-Nijis Citt Lots at Avctiox. The
Iota advertized to heboid on Monday the 13th, by
Wiley Si Martin, are all fine building lots All
of tbtm are high above fcrade, and most of thrtn
hare fine forest trees upon thm. Yirpinii Av
enue ia now being well improved, nud these lot
will rapidly advance in value. See advertise
Stuhlt Railroad.- We see lh.it tie and
triner for the street railroad are ma kin j; their
appearance alon Illinois street. e understand
.t .4 .1 -It a i a .
mat trie traei. n.ia ncen determined on irom the
Union Depot up Illinois street to Washington,
and then easl aa far as Pennsylvania. Mr. II.
II. Caller wood ii here superintending rnittera.
The President, R. U. Gather ood i expected in a
DiMOCEATio Convention. As noma misappre
hension exist aa to the time and place of meet
ing of the Democratic County .Convention to
day, I will state that the Central Committee se
lected Military Hall aa the place, and 11) A. M.
as the time.
N. IIatden, Chairman.
June 4. IfcG-l.
&$m A pamphlet on Foreign Emigration,
show int tha resource and ad vnntie ol Indiana,
by (Jorernor Morton, will shortly be issued. It
la designed to ercourace emigration into our
Htate It will be printed in several language,
and all will cordially endorse U object. It will
be valuable, we understand, in statistics connected
with the progress of our State, and interesting
to home and foreign readers.
Messrs. Sawyer k Starrest, No. I.'), South Me
ridian street, new Sentinel building, have among
the heaviest stocks of wholesale groceries in the
city. They have everything that a retail dealer
in the city, or a merchant in the country needs.
Tbey sell at the lowest prices. They are liberal
and enterprising gentlemen, and we commend
them to the patronage of our friends throughout
Mtsa IIxlkn WtsTiUN The lovers of the dra
ma will be pleaded to learn that this enchanting
actress Las extended ber engagement one week
longer at the Metropolitan. She is a lady of
rare genius, versatility of taleut, an la thorough
adept in the mysteries of the art histrionic. Kn
dowed with the gift of song, a voice of bewitch
ing sweetness, and the charms of rare personal
beauty, we cauuot wonder at her immense popu
larity. She appears to night in the "Greek Cor
aair," and the "Pet of the Petticoats." Go and
be convinced that she is all we have lepreented
Ntw Tobacco Manufactory J ay cox & Kitz
hugh. North East corner of Meridian and Louisi
ana streets, hive in active operation one of the
most complete and extensive T-beco Manufac
tories in the Western country. All their machi
nery is new, and they employ a lumber of the
tuont cip.it! wurktueu. They cijryon the buv-nes.-i
in all it.s department. Tbttrands turned
out by them which we have seen :ite unque.-tiona-ably
superior. We commend tht hou.-e of
Jaycoi & Fitzhugh to dealer- at home and
$1,00'J to Worth or R oTs ami Snots
at One and Two Years ago C vst We have
made a special counter for the a?ove amount of
goods. Ltdies' Shoes, neveral styles; Gents'
Roots and Shoes, half dozen stles; Misses',
Boys'. Youth's and Children's Shoes, a large
The cost of thee goods mill nstonisb rus
tomer, Jones, Vinni.ihje & Co.,
3l-'Jw No 17 West Washington street.
A RiMt iy for Pius. It is a blessing to the
suffering to know that we have an cflectuul cure
for thi truly troublesome di.-eise. Mr. J. P.
Hazirde, of 161 Second stitet, Cincinn ti, Ohio.
takes gre.it pleasure in informing all who are
sutTViing with piles that he ued a small quanitv
. of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy, and it effected
a permanent cure This seems to be the cae
with all ho make Use ol this splendid prepara
tion. It is maDulectured at No. 6 East Fourth
street. Cincinnati, Ohio, and sold bv all druggists
i ' aa-awawaw
5TThe fire that occurred night before last
wis ceruinly the work of an incendiary, and a
verv daring one, as it was set on fire about the
lime people were returning from church. Mr.
Chritisu Reck was oae of the losers, having his
stable, containing part of Lis tools for making
guns, gun stock timber, tences and trees de
stroyed. Dr. Athon lost a Urge and convenient
at tide, grain, hay. fences and trees. This is the
second table of Dr. Athon that has been burned
within a year, and both set on fire.
Af.rt st ami Committal or a Mail Ron
ber. John Tucker. Mail Messenger at Vm
ceunes. eru closed in conveying mails to and
from the r.iilro'ij depots and the postolMe, was
brought tiefere United States Commissioner
Davis eterd.iy on a charge of robbing the mail.
He had an ex imination, the bond for appear
ance was xeJ t $3.(Ho, in default of which, he
was conim tted toj ul.
When arrested, twelve empty Kicked mail
bag were found hidden in his room, all of which
are supposed to have been rifled. Envelopes,
letters, ambrotypes, photographs, ocks. jewelry,
1-e teeth, and sundry other articles stolen from
the mtüs were found in his possession; and in
his trunk, a whole ack of mail made up at St
I.OUM for Evansville with a broken lock. He
served as stage-driver several years ago, and
has been almo-t continuously employed in band
ling mail for the last sixteen jtars. Tucker
hid in posesion, when caucht, a brass mail itey
that went out of ue about nine years ago, leav
ing the inference prettv dear that he ha been
steilii g f .r a, long time. He stole whole bag
of mad. as he never had cces to them so as to
steal uialier quantities. He is the boldest and
most extensive mail robber caught in the State
since the arrest of the notorious thief at Michi
gan city iu lSo", by the name of Tnomas
Annunl Convention ol Hi irplacopnl
( hnrrh of tte Indiana
Add re of ItiwXtop Ipfold upon tUr
duty of tlir Clersi-
The Anr.nai Convention ol the Protectant
Episcoptl Church of thii diocese, (Indiana) ad
journed on Thun! ay evening last, the 2d ir.st.,
after a harraouious session, a uual, in which
tothii:g fxtraßfOis to it legitimate busir.r.
which is to deliUnte and legislate on ila own
ecc!eiistlcal arTa.rs, wa introlucel or even al
luded to. The Rihop, in Iii itmtil addrc, in
which he repoite-I his ornc:I act during thep.-arrof Arnerioau ladies that thi etravacßt luxury
year, represented the d;ocec to be in an encour-
ijingit.'l rurnMnjj robditinn, incrci'in? grud-
uallv in zel t well a i;umericl treneth. In
coticluding his addre, the Hihop adverted to
the true course for the Clergy to iurue in the
d;-chrce of the functioti.t of their acrei oMire,
at the rreei;t time, and parlicuhrly in relation
to the appropriate theme of their preaching, as
"We live in troublum times, rnjuirinp of in
great circumspection and care in our responsible
calling It is the Ixiat of many that this is an
ajjeof free thought and f.ee ii;fju:ry; and fume
are disposed to rn.ke the m'.st of thi a-sumed
liberty of npird n and doctrine, and run it into
d ii .gcrous licentiousness. It !econ;ea ns, there
fore, my brethren of the Clergy, to set our f u-s
a a Mint against this disorganizing spirit, which
is working such mischief to the eaue of Christ
atx his Church; and resist .ill t ruptatioi.s to the
bol l theological ?eci;htioiis, such ns hate le-
ctntly become rife across the Atlantic, iu the in
dulgence of pretentious intellectual pride, dispos
ing them to be "wie above what is written,"
and to depart. aJ lihitum, from tho recognized
taiidards of the faith, our creeds and articles of
rtiigi. ii, which nie all founded on the onlv intal
lifde rule of fj'uh. the inspired wonl ol ii jd.
lie it ourcaie in ail our teachings t i avoid all
such Vain, rationalistic pluh.soph'zi; g and set ti-
mental fancies, and fetch alone, and with all
fidelity and integrity, "the truth as itUin Jesus."
Let Jesus Christ and Hin crucihe l, in all His
gracious offices, be the constant theme of our
teaching; the beginning, the middle, and the end
of our preaching. Christ the utoiiiu sacrifice
for human gnilt and sin; Chti-t the one only
mediator between (to i and mm, our Advocate
and the Father; Christ our puto and perfect ex
ample; Christ our spiritual hedth, and strength,
atid life, through the sanctifying intlurce of the
Holy (ih st, whom He ti Is in the plenfitude ol
His marvelous grace; Chii-t "the Heid over all
thing- to the Church, which is His body" visible
on the ciith, and in its ministry, worship and sa
craments. Hi divinely appointed instrument ilitv
for evangelizing the world, and His equally di
vinely instituted channel of communication of
Hisneedel and manifold spiritual gilts. He is
the one great and glorious object of our faith and
hope; and He must be made prominent in all our
pre uhing, as "the way, the truth, and the lite."
without whom no one can approach Infinite Ho
lities.s with any acceptance, und any promise arid
assn ranee of salvation.
If we throw into shade "the Author and Fur
nisher of our faith." as is sometimes done; if we
confine our preaching to fanciful abstractions; to
a display of captious criticism on the inspired
word of dod; or to any other ostentatious and
pretentious intellectual display, to the neglect of
the practical truths of redeetnihg grace and Jove;
if w allow ourselves to deal in cold and chilling
morality, and omit the obedience of faith , the
true morality of Christianity; or worse .ban all,
if we preach politia and the various popular
"wmi" of the day, instead of the everlasting (ios
pel, which we are ordained to preach alone and
exclusively, we seriously mist ike and pervert our
sacred calling. Oh! in such preaching what an
abuse of your ministry; what u mockery of hu
mm guilt and wretchedness! What a cruel
wrong done to the souls committed to our charge
and culture! What a waste of precious time and
opportunity! Let us see to it that we never so
prostitute our ollice and forswear our solemn or
dination vows at.d promises. Let us remember
that we are standard bearers of the Cross, and not
of any b inner of human device and imagination:
that we serve a Master who hath declared "Mr
kingdom Is not of this world, "and act in accord
ance with that Divine declaration. Let "the
potsherd strive with the potsherds of I he earth "
We have a higher and holier duty.
He it our endeavor to be faithful unto the Lord
Jesus Christ, and the trust committed unto us by
Him as His "ministers and the stewards of
the mysteries of Ood; always mindful of our re
sponsibilitr to Him; and so preach His word and
proclaim His marvelous grace, that we may lead
guilty, perishing sinners to Him, their only" hope
in time and through eternity." Thus, beloved
brethren, let ns strive to "make full proof of our
miuistry," and "rightly divide" and faithfully
apply "the word of truth" to the glory of Cod.
the edifying of His church, and the promotion of
His cause in the world. Re it our constant and
earnest endeavor s i to work for Christ that we
may stand approved to our owu consciences tiow,
and to Him wdjo will be our Judge in that dread
Day, when we shall be called to give an account
of our stewardship: that we may receive the
promised recompense of reward, and shine as stars
of brightest lntie in that galaxy of faithful men,
who have been instrumental in turning many to
righteousnes..; for whom crowns of glory are pre
pared, and joy unspeakable reserved in the eternal
Kingdom of our (od.
t'. certain -et has ti ul y ssid: "The man
who hath no music in his soul is only t l r
treason. Stratege ms and spoils." We were fotci
bly reminded of this quotation last evening while
passing the Journal office, on heating strains of
vocal harmony resounding from the sidewalk in
front of that institution, undoubtedly intended
for our fiier.d of the "pen and shears," wh is
evidently destitute of tho first mentioned com
modity, and is now ultent conniving at and in
pursuit of the last.
Inmanapol:, June 3d, 1-61.
Editor Sentinel :
Ry this card I desire to deny the authorship of
the article iu vour issue of this date, under the
caption, of "Miscegenatiou."
Repudiating the entire sentiments it contained,
I desire, under no like circumstances, the ap;ear
anee of my name in your columns.
Yours trulv, W. II. Oris
J'Men's Siioe.s areui demand, particularly
mething soft and easy the Buck-kin Shoes,
JoNtS, VlNNH'tit Co V.
Dr. A. I. A5.L,
Or KU IIIS SKKVHTKS TO T1IK CITIZKXS Or
ImtUnapt'lis and vicinity. OWce, Virginia Avenue
IN'o. 22. KesideiHT Hirth N w ersy strn t. No A".
OMNIDU S JL I NE.
f ' A m j
CRO AV IS
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VN OMMLTS LINK WILL COM J! KNt'K LTNNINC.
this, Mcji.ljy raorcinp. May r.oth. frvtn tht- I'd-i
v.: xv, ruinier Hue and lUtcs llousr, to
CROWN HILL CEMETERY,
ti e way .f i'an;p Carrlr.iton, m'R.;r.g fur rov.r.d
ta'.'y, aicTi'.r.,i; to the fuiU'Wing t:t:;e table:
" on a. M.
V.?u A. 51.
1.3o 1 M.
3 .On V. Jt.
$ GO A. M.
11 SO A. M.
3 ts i M.
are .V Cent, r .' i cri.; fr tie rnui; .1 trip, to either
the lr..r;iry or tl.e C itiij.. ui:iO-dlw
$10 A D A IT !
WILL r.E PAID Ti) ATiKNIS TO SKIJ.
NEW WAR PUBLICATIONS.
C-il a: y tlay tri ?:; 10 to ;2 "r fr-ra 2 to 4.
Ii. H. I ÜAM1 EI.LlX.Oen. AceLt,
No. 22 West WashiEfton :rt-et. i.p p..., rn 0. 9
VlMUbLK MUCK CoTTA(iK HOLsK. . ND. lT
Ve.-t South tr-t. one a:it a talf t.r:e h:.-L,
tbree rKm anJ a kitcLen. ceir.vLtevl c-llar un'i-r eact,
w ;tU citern ami porch. lVsses,n civen inm-.e.in:y.
Till K'xmH. tor pjri.calar call at b. L fcan' Urwrrj.
niylu-daw 11. UHi.VN.
J. T. JACKSOX.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
OKHCK N. W. CoUNKÜ if K LI 1)1 AN ANI W'ASH
INwTCX .treeU, (Telrgraj h l'-i i ila.) Liviiar.a-p-.;,
e;exUl attentioa fnfB to the iVTl -ction v Accounts
at tt' M-curiLit cf livVrn.iifnt Claims.
Satjf.rtirj ref.rriice pi en wt.ru requires!.
Tili Ann-Luxury Tlot f mrnl - An
fr n ihr Lti!or T.rv. Vj Ml
American exp-enditure was alwayt reckless,
auJ American Udies had a reputation, even be
fore the war, for it;du!g:rg and patr-ptring crcry
pn-ion of tate. touch, fiht. smell, or hetring;
but in ce the war th"y Lave ?pe:il at a pace which
hutiken awiy the hre:h cf even native Irn
Amerirai., and l!rodwny ha tood in amaze
ment at ite!f Hut it his suddenly, as it seea.s,
bfn brought home to the mind and con.-cicccc
is not only unbecoming, but that it is an obvious
J June of the c itracrdinuy ane ru:t.oui deaiir.d
for polJ Of coure their resolution ha- at once
been taken, l 1 it has even surpasfl the abr.e
gation which eouhl hate been einerlei of them.
They hire r;ot otily leterrnJneü t diminish their
in:pjrtel luxuries, but to abandon them alto
gether. Their patriotism ha shot up into ooe
irresistible bJa.c, which consumes every shred of
foreign luxury nr. ! self indulgence. Wc mut
leave the New York World it-elf to.lesrribe this
ruh of feminine patriotism in the follow ing sen
"ttion heidirgs, which do no mue thsn justice
to the enthu-i tio lmi;use of tlie la.lie: " N'o
more Foreign Goods ForBUtioil of a LilifS,'
Covenant Ph.ra MeFümsey tobe put in LVn
ventry. Hon Mr. S!.ik1Jt in i,ew Uress. No
Imported J welry , D amends, S,lk, Opera Cloiks.
Laces, or Roves -f Rönnet. What i akel of
the Men. The La lies demand that thev shnll
give up Importf 1 Wine,, Liquors, and Cigar.
1 he Social Revolution. Ladies to drink Catnip
Tei. and the Men Jersey Lightning. French
Roots and Paiis Lipdog. V, be kicked o'.t to
gether." Addison gives ;i humorous account of a Tory
Hjuire whom he met by chance in a country ride,
iiu who mainiaineo over a oow I of nnnch. to
j which he was evidently addicted, that England
Would do verv well if it would' content itself will
its own productions and not depend upon for
eigners. Add. .-on reminded him to his great Ji-i-comfitnre
that of the favorite drink he was en
jojing the writer was the only constituent part of
English production, ami that the brandy, the
lemon, the spice, und the siiir were all fortigt -eis.
The Aruttiein 1 dies, and still more the
Annrican lginl!-nji n, will, we imagine, be in
very much the same (Tcdicament hs the squire.
We shall wait with some anxiety to see the se
quel of this heroic resolution, or whether it Ins
any at all. As fir as the men are concerned, we
are quite certain that mtrclunts nnv continue to
import cigars, liquors, and wines " without the
slightest alteration. An American without his
cigar is about as possible a meta morphosis as an
Ethiopian with a white skin; and the probability
of im abindonment of importe l wines tnav be
judged of from the fact that in his l.it ii'elcat
(ieir P.auk "lost his biggage and champagne."
When the generali in a difficult march oyer a
hostile country find champagne a necessary id
dition to their baggage, the chance of n'TIcw
i ork merchant nbtndoning imported wines must
be infinitesimal. It is to be feared that the habita
of the ladies will in the same way prove too
btrong for them. American taste will be to that
of Paris a.s "Jersev lightning" to Cognac, and
will stand the Mme chance again t it. If it were
po sible, though, one would be glad to see the
experiment well tried for the sake of ita very ab
surdity. There is something like a burlesque in
the notion of the principal ladies of the smartest
nation under the sun earning out iu broad day
light the muddle-headed fancy of.i country squire
of George V time. If it were possible to forget
the terrible sacrifice of human life that is in
volved in the struggle, and thegreit issues to
bntory which hang upon its result, one would be
disposed to treat the whole scene us one grand
pantomime, where the only object i to outface
absurdity with absurdity, and we should await
with the easy excitement of spectators the an
ticipated andintended crash.
The l ist grand certificate in favor of General
MeC'ellan'a military ijlicy is now being given
the nation bv that master of the science of war,
(Jen IT. S Grant
Let the men who have been so ferociously
abusing McCle'.lan for Iiis opposition to the over
land route, answer, where is Gen (rant now?
The lesson has cost, in different campaigns,
about loO.OOd lives, and at least .'lOO.OUU.OOO of
money, but we m.iv profit by it.
What does Greeley say? Cleveland Plain
a w, eoHTK i ictPKii-gLY rr te nan y ptitb skhtiscl.
For Horning- IXrport See Firat Inife?.
Tilt: JKKYE 1 ' 1 VKSTUKY.
Cliasp's Instructions to his Agent
in New York.
THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC STILL
Another Hattle in Progress!
(aii:it Rciiiforrctl hy IYtkg;ro
front U usliiiigton.
Washington. Juno 3. A dispatch from the
Army of the Potomac, dated 5 o'clock Thurs
Gin. Hirney's division a Ivar.ced against a
breastwork commanded by Preckenridge's corps
on the south side of Tutapahany creek, situated
on a high hlil a new and ttong position, and
one which rn'ght have been easily heid againd
a vastly supetior foicc. The enemy firing a
round or two and seeing a determination to take
the place retreated t j the woods.
Our loss is about twenty five. We took about
fiJty piiioneis.J n o.-tly of Preikii. ridge's, com
The attack in.oK- to turn our left hst night
and cut u off fro in the White House, our new
base of supplies, wa-' defeated with considerable
loss on both side
Ti e steamer Key Pert arrived oeie this even
ing, having left White Hcue at noon yesterday.
I'arties who came up on her state that fccavv
cannonading was heard when they left, indicat
ing that an engagement was in progre-s.
A cavalryman who came in from the front to j
bite Hou-e, report- that the bin corps was eu-
; gaced, having brought u on by a rapid and sud-
den movement from right to left.
ivver.il regiments id negro troops, doubtless a ;
portion of Butler V forces, were being landed at 1
White House when the Key Port left. !
A despatch from ti e Aimy of the Potomac, !
dated 1 utsiay night, sits:
i he diy be!ore the 5th corps advanced fron ,
Haine's tore they drove the enemy about two I
At sunset, wide out men were engaged in!
digsiög ririe pits. Rhodes' it.d Early's divisious I
mde an attack on Warren' right fiank, causing i
him to fall btck from his first line. J
The enemy theu iJ vanned and charged
Kitchen's brigide A heavy artillery fire ;
opened on both flank of the enemy, which tie-
molL-bed their column of attack. They fell back !
in terrible disorder leavit irg their dead and
Tue National Pank bill hns been igned by the
Delegates to the 13 .'.timbre Convention are ar- !
riving in cocsiderable numbers !
It is known ty tlie Navy Department that the '
rtbels have iron clad, torpedo rafti and other ;
infern il mschiiies which they intend to send j
down the James ri it against our gunboat., but
our naval o&ccis are well prewired lor then, and
there is no fear of the rtsi.lt
t rom ev Vork,
Ntw Vi'UK. June H. The Commercial's
money article sav s :
This morning oth'ial instructions from the
Secretary of the Tieasuty to Mr. Cisco, author- )
izirg him to ndv;ire the interest in the tempora
ry loan to six per cent., and also to piy at once
the July coin interest on coupons
The dispatch also state that proposals fur a
long loin of sixes of 1 1 w;d be i?sucl to mor
row or Mondav next The amount is not state j.
The following assurances contained in the in
strLCtioi.s to Mr C;C", w;!I t e received with gen
You may contradict most em:h iticl!y all as
sertions tint the Scretary is mcrei.-ing any legul
tender issues, on the contrary, he is graJuilIy te
All new note L-sued sire in lieu of old notes
in larger amounts withJrawu.
The Corn me riar fecial, dated Washington,
June 3d, saya :
It n understood that Secretary Cha.-c h not
yet finally determined In what shape be will place
the bonds of the new loan.
Senator Footc, of Vermont, is spoken of as
presiding officer of the Convection at Raltimore.
Maryland is fumishin? a large proportion of
colored o!dier in her ouota, norae drafted and
Miinton Dlapatch to nix.
WASHI5ÜTOM. June 3, IUI. M. $
To Major General Du:
A dispatch dated ye-terdy at 7;3U I. M., has
Ue.i received from (Jen. Sherman. It reports
that on Wednesday McPheron moved up from
Dallas to a point in front of the enemy at New
ssohofieJJ and Hooker, having been hifted to
the extteme left, pushed forward toward Marietta
at the same lime.
Sionemn'a cavalry was t-ent to Altoona,
wbieh they reached and hold.
These movements the dispatch st hisse
cured a pass which was consi lered h formidable
Movements are reported by the di-patch as in
in progress, which are not proper lor publica
tion. Nothing ha betn heard fi oUl (Jroiit ailice his
dispatch dale I yesterday at 7 o'clock
Sccietarv of War.
i rom San t- raticlc.
San Fii.Mvo, June 2 There was a fair de
mand fur money to-day upon satisfactory piper.
Hrolers are discounting first class names at
P.; per cent per month.
Money ace J audited moderately and the mar
ket e isier.
The dtpos.N of bullion in the braikh mint
during the la-t ten da) amounts to near a mil
lion dollars, and considerable accession- to cur
rency are coming from that quattcr.
Mining stocks greatly amount to favor, and
holders who want money en them tio l greit difi.
culty in negotiation.
Soli J and curry is held nt Ji.'JDO to VJ,'J7." pr
Washington, Juno .'I
Mr. Dawes, from the committee on election,
reported a resolution allowing mileage and salary
to Mr. Henry, of Kentucky, and Mr. Heaeh, of
Missouri, who unsuccessfully contested the seats
ol Mes-it. Yeaman und King up to the time tho
House decidrd the question.
On motion of Mr. Washburne, the resolution
was tabled f'.G to .rJ.
Mr. Wash nrne made a report from the com
mittee on co'iference, on the bill relating to ad
ditional inspector of steamboats at Memphis.
The House then went into a committee on the
The following amendment was; made:
Molasses from sugiir cane W cents, instead of
PJ cents per gallon.
All narts of the bill to take effect on the l?t
of duly instead of Irom and alter that date.
One of the provisions of the liquor section was
amended to tead as follows :
That all imit ations of brandy or of wines jm
poited by any name whatever, shall be subject to
the highvst rate of duty provided for a genuine
article respectfully intended to be represented,
and iu no case shall the duty be less than $ ptr
James C Allen moved to reduce the duty on
wool screens, and spoke of a bonus which was
thus to lie given to a manopaly.
Mr. Monill explained that no higher duty than
at present paid is designed, and said patent is
near its expiration.
The Htnemdment was rejected.
Tho amendments to the revenue bill were dis
cussed. Alter consideration of the bankrupt bill, the
House took a rc-e-s till 3 P. M.
The bill to pay Wisconsin 5 per cent, on the
sales of her reserved lands was discussed without
The revenue bill was then taken up. and vari
ous verbal amendments by Mr. Howe were
Various amendments were made to the inter
nal revenue bill tegtrding cigars, tobacco, kc.
lev TiLrnH ir.
ev Vork market.
Xnr York, June 3.
Cotton quiet, without decided change.
Flour tatc and Western l()c better with
more doing; 7 5037 Go for extra State, $3 25(l
U 00 lor extra Round Hoop O , and $? i!0y 00
for trade brands.
Whisky without decided change; $1 31(21 IV2
State, $1 X)Ql 31 Western.
Wheat lc better; $1 Cl(,il CS for Chogo
Srri::g. SI for Mil. Club, $1 73W1 cU
Wir.. Red West.
Corn dull and scarcely so firm; $1 03 fur new
Oats more active and firmer; c3(iyi lor West
ern. Rye firm; $1 .r0I.rö
Potk moderately active and higher; $30 .VliVe
HI mess. 32 Zilftlt 75 old do , $21 ÜV(2ö 50
new do., 23023 ."' old and l ew prime.
Pccf more active and higher; $1G 50(ald 5Ü
Prime mes b?et firm
Cut meats firmer; 1 1 2(t$l ljßc.
Lard more firm; prime citv cannot be lottglit
Pulfer dull an-1 a shade ca-ier; 25c.
Ci due heavy. Rio 12i
Sugars dull; Cuba and Muscovado in boxes
Money easy at ti p.er cent.
Sterling firmer at 207'JIH in currency.
Gold firmer, opening at 91; closing at 90j8'.
Cincinnati, June 3.
Flour unchanged nd in moderate demand;
uferfino .G C5(.( 75, and common to good ex
Wheat goovl demand and prices firmer, sales of
00 busbcl Red at SI "'
Corn rather firmer; SI I '3 1 1-for ear, SI 1"
1 1 for shelled.
Ou.s dull: S2.j i:. bulk.
Rve SI 7()f 1 75
Whisky steady at $1 ?H.
There is a o ldeminn for mess pork, with
sales at $10
Cut sides in good demand at $1 20.
Uulk siJea sole at l'2c.
Liri held at 1 1:., buyers oiler l.P4c
Co flee Ic lower.
Gold We. Silver 75(77.
Exchange lüedis. and par.
Chicago, June 3.
Kh t.r dull.
WLeit steidy; sa'es $12 M)(gl2 ?0ij Xo l.i
$12 00(12 WW4 .No. 2.
Corn quiet, ai d declined 1.;2j; SI 10(311
for No. 2.
Ilih Wir.es dull, and declinel lc; sales at
$1 22(31 22.
Me.-s Pork S-(.f3 forpiime
Receipts. 10,0 5 bbls flour. Ji.im bu-hels
wheit, 129.000 bushels corn. l'-.OoO bu,h. oits.
Shipments, 10.000 barrles flur. 15.000 bushels
wheat, 141), buh. corn, e.000 bush, oats
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
f IHF. IRON nAHVEsTKIi IS ON KXUIBIT10X AT
l tte LVart H.-u-e Yard. Slf K-vker, Hand Kaiver and
Olio C'.;;ps-r. Kariner call and exaiuine tLem.
m16-sllm L. A IKES, AeLt.
fpAKKNUP KY THE SI R5CRIF.F.R, ON THE Sfm
X ef May, a Dark lUy Mare, from 5 to 6 years oil,
aroat 14 l, hinds hiib. four black fet, 1 rbt black rrane
aLd ta;l, shod all round, and t;fosd to be w ith colt.
Tb, owner can s'et h-r by pro-.r. propertv and paviaj
chirstes. JAM KS CR.WENS,
jel-d3t Suta I-laware street.
CiREENBaCKS AHE GOOD, BUT
Ten thousand buttle. ik1J tn
Bf month, lit most populir
Moroack bitter in qm.
Gxl tor all itrimtu nt of
tLe Momacb, Hiliwusnes, IJver
Complaint and rttif rl it b.hty.
They posne wonderful tonic
proprti-, l--iti ton t lh
pps-tlte digestive organ.
iWbil.tated Laie.and seden
tary porson will find In tlem
aa excellrnt tonic.
ft A win (flsful before each
s'meil wi:i retnovr Indikation
Thy are better than all Pills, tVwJt-r and other
riiw.u, c!isBTf-able conjound..
Tbey can be takn without regard to diet. A au
I'ltrr tliey hae no equal.
ThfT are prrjiared ty an old and okillf ul j'hjs-ciati
fruiu w ell-kuo n vegetable rcinctlies.
uoH.vtii's nn rnis.
'lierever known th y bave become a tanlard family
stri'i pttieiiii.? remedy.
fry one bottle, and you willalwaya ue tbtm and re
coninu ti.l them b others.
icoi: k's isrri i:ics.
C v. Ut)i;t li ...solo lroprlctorf
And compounder of Stomach Titters, r,!ood Purifier and
Hlooil l ills. and biMi'.Ier and niAiiufaeturer of Catawba
ai.d .SwfilLh r.randies, und all kind f tbe f :iest donieH
tic liquors, which are sold wholesale or in any desired
quantity, at No-s.M, .V, GU and tJ! Ka-t Third Ireet, l'in
For sale by Iinmtrils und Dealer.- in Medicine every
where, and by Hrowiiln; A ad, J. H. Vkkers and . I.
Ila-kit t Co., Indianapolis. may2 wlj Adtaw
L "O" ZL 1
IS A COMl-OSITION OF ASTKlNltKNTS, ABSOKIt
eiit. stimuleuts and carmiuatives, which every phy
Riciau ucun'iwleJges Is the only preparation that will ef
fect a permanent eure of Diarrhea and Iyeiitery. Tbia
Anti-Cholera Mixture is now in use in several of our army
hospital where it civen the ftre atest natisfjction. It has
saved the lives of thousands of our soldiers and citizens,
audwew ill Kiurant-e it to be the best remedy in the
worlJ for IHarrhea atnl Dysentery.
Mr. Woods, of CotliiKtoii, Ky., will be niost happv to
atiMy any on- of the virtue of Strickland's Anti-Cholera
Mixture: in fact we have a great number of testimonials
from patients who have been cured after N-iti pro
nounced incurable by their physicians. Home after takinc
only one Wattle of Strickland's Ami-Cholera Mixture. If
youMifler w iih the Diarrhea or Dysentery try one bottle.
You out; lit not to bo without such a valnable medicine.
The Cincinnati National Union, cf April 5.4th, saya
that thousands of our soldiers have been saved by the
use of Strickland's Anti-Cholera Mixture.
Sold by Druijirists and prepared only by Dr. A. Strick
land, 6 Käst Fourth Mreet, Cincinnati, ().
For sa'e by W. 1. HuskitA Co., Hrownin A. Sloan,
Stewart k Morgan, J. F. Senour, TomIinon Cox, Kotier
Trice 50 centa jer bottle. tiiaylT-dlyecnUwly
BY WILEY & MARTIN,
Ileal r.ttatc llrokcrs nnd Aiirtionrrr
i ft y-is riiN riis
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS,
Monday, June 13, 1864, at 2 o'clock
P. M,, on the Premises.
milhSF. LOTS AKK SITUATED IN THE SOUTH
I eat part of the city, and on the west side cf Vir
ginia Avenue, immediately opposite Fletcher's Addition
the most thriving ai d rapidly improving locality in the
city, ant known as lirnd-haw it Holmes' Sub-Divisiou of
Out It No. IIS).
The I)ts all lie his?h and dry and ae covered with a
flm urowth of hhade trees are ail of convenient sire for
building purposes, with oxi frontage on
A' i ii in Avenue,
With wide alleys convenient to n l.
one of the proposed routes , the
These Its are upon
Socn to be built, and are iu fact the ni't de-irable Io;u
yet offered in the market.
Tkkxs or Sai r. O.-.e-fifth cash. one-tif;h :u six months,
r.ne-fifih ;n twelve nioriths, one-tifth in eighteen months,
and on -fiftli in twenty-four month-, with interest.
jrrFor plats and further particulars ini"ire r
WILKY & MAKTIN,
jel-dti Keal Estate brokers.
! At'NTKD I! K AKTS, ly the a.-.t!i.r of the Lnui
E1CKNF.IAVS INDIANA 1 RACTICK.
STCMnLIN BLCCKS. by Gail Hamilton.
REDTAPK ANDPKItO.T HOLE GF.NF.KAI.S.
MAINE WOODS, by Thorean.
CAATONIANA, Ksraya by I'.nhver.
KNICKEKIWCKF.lt for June.
JlST KECEIVED AT
B0WEN, STEWART & C0fS,
18 West Washington Street.
(FROM THK KAST,)
HAVK OPENED THFI2 OFFICF IN lNDIANAIt)
LIS, Ind.. at No. 70, Fast Washington etreet, 2d
f.oor, between I't nnsylvania ad Ttlawarf treets, fr the
cure of everj- s jiecies of PriTte Ihsaes, Spermatorrh-ta.
Seminal Kmision, Ac. w itbout :be u-e of Mercury r
hindrance from bu;tifi.. Havir? practice f,r fifteen
years, durir ? which time over twenty-four thou-an-i pa
t;ents were accessfuliy treate! t y them, they deem it
unnecessary to y aythir. more atxmt their capabili
ties. , Addreis F3X 151-.
je.l-64-dly THOMPSON 4 SNKLL-
A NEU THING I NDER TfJE SUN!
In it e?ect inktactar.eoc.
la iu cvlorinj power mate hl.
In it. inTed;euts vegetable.
la its operation natural.
In it beautifying results endurinjr.
la it tervleucy preservatie.
Ia its pepa anty nnequalleti.
( Kisivnouos nine dye
I pronounced by tbe World of Scieuct ar.4 tb Wrld of
Fashion, the fiiiest preparation eer ir.vcLteJ by art to
rectify the bort comiegr of naiura.
Mauufactcred by J. CKISTADORO,
No. 8 Astor House, New fork,
SvU by all Dti-5git. Applied by all Hair Ire-rA.
a prS - Jeol 1 W eoW
Kathairon U front tb Greek word "Kathr.' or
"Katbalro," aiarnifytna; to clean, rejavinate and re-
torf. Thl article Jbt Iti tuae illfei. Forpr
wrviuR. revtonua: iei be.ntifylr.a; lk bo man balr It la
tb. ruo.t remarkable preparation in the world. It it
aci.n owned anj pat tp hj the or!;inal proprietor, and
ia nw made wiln lh. .am care, .kill a4 atlvntioB
wLIcb irave It a le of mrr or.e Biit'.Un Inttlrirtfr
It la a most irlihtrul Balr I res in (j.
It rrauirates wurf tti dindnij?.
It kep. th. bead ch 1 and cle&n.
It make the balr rich x ft and h aj.
It prevents tie balr from faülnjr. c !T and turning gray
It rektore balr upon bald bead.
Anj lady r Kcctlemaa lo Talun a tfaatirul teal tf
hair should use Lyon'a Kathairon. tt I known and ned
throughout tbe clri'iied world.
jJo',,1 by all rrpfctib!e dealer.
in:! a it a toi: A CON. v.
IIOYT'S HIAWATHA HAIR RKSTORATITE,
IIOYT'S HIAWATHA HAIR RESTORATIVE,
HOYT'S lllAWATHl IIAIH KF.STORATIVE.
In Inr-llow. Toem Hiawatha wa tjudrel to ba.
conferred tbe greatest boon on tin tribe beean Le
br"U(rbt to lta notice corn. Every one will admit that
our preparation i. w orthy of tbe Came, for lb teneflt.
it confer w beti it i known.
WHAT THK HIAWATHA lajKS.
It ri'storrn faded arxl pray balr and whisker to their
niTnal color. U brings up the natural nhadin of ere
h.ur with aiiotlier, thu.s pivli ' the hair a jx-rfect life, ap-pearatK-e,
o that th most critical observer cannot le
tect it use. It make hrh hair oft and ilky, top
its tall.iK out, clran.se it and the rca'p from all impuri
tie, i at readily applied and wiped, from the kin a any
ha:r dreswinp, tut entirely overcomea the bad eflect of
previouus of preparatio'is containing nulphur, ugar
f lead, Ac.
The propsirtors of th niawatba published tbe follow
Ini; cl.all-nif- to teet, in th New York dailies three
WAS NEVF.K ACCK1TKD.
Itnoiue weil known and disint-reted erMiis ap
poiüt out to the propricter of each preparation for the
hair to br.ng tp the color. Eerv proprietor to us
nothing bat his cwn pn paration, and the peron nothing
el .e during Ibe test. A certiricate of the result to be
widely ruhlihid al the exprti-e .f the unsr.rcc'fu!
Sold everjwhrr. JOSFPH IlOYT A CO.,
marlO .11 v No. 10 t'i iersity Dace, N Y.
it i: v o I, i: t i o .
III til If,hs,s-iiiiy; loom!
Iy the almost unauir iotis acu'oti of the part.' e it.tereitrl.
ClUSTAnOHO's IIA HC' YK
ha replaced the old worn-out invention for coloring the
hair, which the better e;crie!ic of jears has prr-d to
be in. flectire and dlrterioio. Fnlik" the rotnpounds
j-k m.. mm.
upi-u th health cf tie hair atxl i!ry up arnl coti.suaio the
Juices which kUstain It, this mild, genial and perfect dye
is found to be a vitalizing as well a a coloring aient.
rrituInroK Hair rre-er titi i
a valuable adjunct to the Dye, in lrüing and protnotitig
the growth and perfect health of the hair, and of Itaelf,
when used alone, a safeguard that protects the fibre
from decay under all circumstance and under all eliinen.
Manufactured by J. CKISTADOKO,
No. 6 Ator House, New Tork.
Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dreer..
apr'-9 . deod A w eow
Ol .IIS A.I ( OLDS.
The ouddeii changes of mir limate are source of Pul
monary, F.ronchlal and An'hmatic Affections. Experi
ence having proved that simple remedies often act speed
ily when taken irj the early state. r tbe disease, re
coue hould at or.ee le bad to
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
or Io7enges, let tbe C-1J, C'ouRh or Irritation of th
Throat W ever .o iight, as by this precaution a more
a-rioua attack may be effectually warded off.
I'ublic Speakersand Singers will find them effectual for
clearing and trengthening the voice.
Soldier- thouM have them, as they can be carried in
the pocket and taken w hen occa-Ioti requires.
Sold by all Druggist and Dealers in Medicine in the
United States and most foreign countrie at 25 cent per
c" soldi Fit s-we" think dh
Strick laud U quite right iu advising you in bis advrtis
raeat in our columns of to-day's paper, to take a bottle
of bis highly recommended Anti-Cholera Mixture in your
knapsacks, it may have the lives of many of our bes
soldiers. Mothers, see that your cons do not negWt it
Tou can get it at the Drug Store at 50 cents per bottle.
It Is the best remedy for IHarrha a and Dyeente ry.
CäTD I S K A S E S OF THE NERVOUS
Seminal, Urinary and Sexual Systems new and reliable
treatment in Reports of the HOWARD ASSOCIATION.
Set.t by mail in sealed letter envelopes, fre of charge.
Address I). J. SKILL'S HOCfiHTON, Howard Associa
tion, No. 3 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia Pa.
STNEKVOUS DKUILITY, SEMINAL
Weakne-, etc., can cur ft by one who has really
cured uim-eif arid hundreds of others, and will t'll you
riothit.g but truth. Address with -tnp.
KDWAIiD XI. TRATKR,
feb".l-div ly Ick Iiox, Boston, ila s.
tiTLADIKS! LA DI ErilT A DI ES1DON T
fail to real the advertisement 1 this paper, headee"
IMI0KTA5T TO FEMALES. It. rbeesman, of New
York, has devoted the last tb'rty years of his practice to
Female Cousplaints. His act like charm. Thej
are reliable and safe. nov(-lCra
Oyster and Game Depot
HAVK CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT WHOLE
SALE and reti.il
C-aine, Ojh(er, Va-tiison, UticK,
QiKiils Tisfons, Prniric
'li.clieii', V Ac.
ANo a choice and well selected otoc k of
family (iroctrics V Provision.
R member I am ole Agent for
Mahoney Celebrated Oysters,
The bbt Oy-ters in th market. Tbey are large, free
from .bell, of rich and delicions flavor, and alway war
ranted fresh and tbe cans well f.lled.
S-nd orders, accompanied by cnsbt to
C. C. WILLIAMS.
r Jv6-dly No. 3 North Illinois street. Indianapolis.
P. G. C. HUNT.
'hYflftf) TD E IST T I S T .
ks j i
IIFF7CK AND RESIDENCE,
EAST 7IAIIKCT STItllkf
JOIXX 11. SULLIVAN.
LIVERY, SALE AND BOARDING STABLE,
INo. io Fiul fearl Ktreet In rear of
ON WATCHES, DUXONDS, JF.WELRT, PLATF.,
Dry Go-jd and otbt xrr'ocal property, orboajLt
aiKi old at
3STO. 18 i
NORTH ILLINOIS STREET. NORWOOD'S BLOCK
(UP STAIRS.) cm-dly
U7E WILL FCK51SH STOTK WOOD IX A5T
part of tb cily ii It cf o& cord or more at 6
cents per f-ot. ari less arronasts at 7 cent per foot. Or
der left at the oCx of McKEHSAN 4 FIERCE will be
protcptly tilled. Or d4iirel at tbe wood yard, on ot
lot No. IZSK iu. the auib-wet part of th city, at5'4"
cent per foot. aprl 1
JOXATIIAX V. GOKDO!,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
HAVING OPFNET A L.W OFFICE IMMEDIATELY
rer UCNTKR'S SHOE STURE, No. I Eat
Wasbircton a'j-eet, ladlanapc-li, Indiata, tender bis
professional ervice to tb pnblic. mart-tlly
CL0SIIIG OUT SALBQ
20 &, 28
WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
HUME, LORD & CO.
7I.sIII.Ntl TO KKTIRE FIXM rr.lNEÜS NOW
oner tnetr larg and plendui ,twk of !,
At New York wh:cale prices, and xuatiy ro4Mla uucb
r. Feeling under obligation to tb publw Ur tb r ry
large patronage we have received, we have concluded t
adopt thi metbod of closing out our preent tock, tbe re
by giving them the advantage of buying their good. a
low as the same can le bought at Let wbolea!e prkes in
F astern rit k-, Tl.is no tictliout cry, aud w will con
tinue the sales uctil the wU!e tw k is cl edoot. We
ha.e now in More tb laret and tt selected Mock
ever brought to this city, coi.2ting of
S E 3L ES S ,
(Vmprifiric rvcrjr m'., from the rt;ost ch ar.I
To the cheapest
PLAIN SILKS AND SATINS,
Which will be old regardless of the recer.t great ad
vances. FANCY DRESS GOODS,
la preat variety. Our buyer b?iii at the bead of tbe
market during the sprinr. baa made extra e Aorta to pro
enr the HiieM and niot l--htoiial!e In tb market, com
prising all the late
DUNNE LLS PRIN I S,
Cloths and Oassimeres,
For lien and Boy, from tlie cbea;t to the best the
market aSVird. We are also
On tbe haiae terms, our splendid stock of
LACK MLK IU UI.AHS,
ASQL'IIS Ac, Ac,
Comprisinjr all the recent
I'AHIS AND LONDON SHAPES.
Kickly trimraed with
KFAL GUU'UKC LACE,
1C1CII DEAD CSLTirs.
HUME, LOUD & CO.
Ingrain ami Super,
Cottage, Rag and Ilenp Carpets
Cotnrn'inR every rrade, all of hieb will be sold at
Now York whwieaale price. toetber with a fu.t tine of
O-l Satin and Wool Datnaik,
G-4 Embroidered Heps,
Lace aud Ta labour Curlaiii.
IIOI SVFVILYISUI.YU GOODS
In Errat variety.
Of every description.
JpTb4 la want f tb ab good will flod It aaar
to their advataee to call at an early etat and lay ta sup
plies for rummer and fall.
HULIE, LORD k CO.