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" f U ES D i Y M 6 UN 1 N o7i US E Si "
tlPTTie State Home grnunJa are beautiful
t7T Col. Streicht, we understand, i now in
t37The new picket fence around the Court
Houat jtrd ipj roaches, completion.
rTAll kinds ol Hock and Job Printing ncatlj
and promptly dune at thin office, at living rat
tIclchcr' wed tnd ppl booti, with
genu laAtlog and buckskin shoe, at Jon. Ven
nedc & Coa. 21 lw
fJTProf. Gresh'abtril tnide the most tnaj.
nificrnt mutic at the Democratic meeting in
Uendrick'i county on Siturdaj night hat.
t-jj "If yoa want a handsome straw hit, aome
thinc decidedly Dew nd teat, jou can pet it of
Baker Mclver. "3
tZT The State Dental Association meet to
day at 10, A, M., in the basement of Koberta'
tlTAfter the previous sbower, jeterdij was
cool and pleaint. More rain, however, needed,
and pioua folk ought to pray that the window
of beaten may be "pedily bhored up ajaln.
. yshoe customers can find anythiag in the
way of a boot or shoe at Jone, Vinnedse k
Notice The Cath Syttm. Alter the rtof
July,lwCl. we propose closing all liook-account.
'-2-1 W JONE, VlSNtlXiE & Co.
Maaosic NoTlca. There will be a apevial
meeting of Marion LoJijc No. Oj th'n Tue-
day evening at 1) o'clock, fur work.
Kiujcia Kino, Scc'y.
Iff" Jone, Vinnedße k Uo. i the pUe for
Lad in to buy their gaiter aliprcra and kid boot
at in thin city. 21 lw
?f"0n of the pleasantent place of public re
port in the cite la tiie "La Helle," Kmtucky Av
enue, adjoining Hlake'a Block. All the wines,
liquors, ale, elytra and tob icco nt the '"L t
Belle" are of the most eicellent (quality.
OT" A fine horse ix yeara old, and u jrood
bupgy and harne for aale at a bargain. Call
at the office of Jon F. Johmtom,
S-Cit 11 Went Maryhnd street
b4B Cs- a - -
Z.fT' The annual plc-nic of the l?iiiversnlit
Church and Sabbath School will be held at
Waldron, Indi int. on Wediielny , June 2'J. See
tfTVou can get pump ole boot, neatly made
of patent leather, Morocco or calf kin, at
23 7 3D Vet Washington street.
tilTTlie Indien1 Sewing Aoctation med
thla afternoon at Military Hall. Kat Washington
treet, opr)ite (llenn'a Block. A punctual nt
tendance la requested.
Hurrta pATTitaa A Urge lot of ladie and
genta rheniel. velvet, and cloth Upper pattern,
beautifully mbroldered, for eale, wholesale or
retail, nt A. I.inU'a show store.
VIT Kurj:Ur fiitcml the incmine of Mr.
Henry Sirup, on Mitftitt'liuntt4 oveiiur, Sunday
night", and carried off money and valuable
amouiitinj: to Our citizen r.iiiimt he to
vigilant with regard to maruler.
KaaLT Clomino. Amioua to give our young
men time for improvement, we will continue to
clo-e at G o'clock I1. M. during the acnuon.
W. JL 11. (Ilk.
febl2d6ia Proprietor New York Store
t?r T. W. Davey, Y.t., formerly of thla
city, but now of New Orlcan.4, arrived yesterday,
htvinc come North an n dclcitfl to the Chicago
Democratic Convention. Mr. Davy, who i an
accomplished writer ind a well pouted politiciau,
will correnpond with the New Orlenna Time
during hia pojourn In tue North.
fSTDuprci k Clreen'a New Orleitna Mintttrela
will appear at Masonic Hall, for five evenings
only, commencing Wednendny evenin?. Juno
21), and will give one grand matinee on Monday
afternoon, Independence Day, July 4th. See
CTOIivcr Terry Morton waa born in Wayne
Cwuuty, August 4th, 1K23. During his boyhood
he waa put to the hatting trade. French' Life
of Morton, page 11.
It occurs to uathat this Matcment of a faith
ful biographer goes very fur to explain Ilia Ex
cellency'a exceeding fondues' now fur wlm he
liked when he waa young. Hat.
For Sau A neat frame cottago of five.
Urge rooma, hall, kitchen, good cellar, pump,
cistern, woodhed, &c, complete. Situatel m
the most durable p.ut of the city, being upon
St. Joseph, ttwcen lVtui I vani and Delaware
ftreet. The Street Railroad will make it but a
hört distance from the ceuter of bu.Mce.4. For
particular, adJre: C. A. Pavip,k.
t3 5t rostutlice, Hoi i"2.
The 10-40 Bop The subscription to the
II) ID bond i fctill before the public, and over
neventy million! hare been alreidy taken. At
the present rate of premi im on gold, they pay
ne.uly ten per cent, interest iu currency, which
in Europe would be regarded a a capital Invest
ment. 5TWe have to correct tome typographical
crrora in our notice yesterday of the arrival ol
company K of the lt Indinia cavalry. Lieut.
Carr is in command, and Lieut. Filler, than
whom a braver othVcr never drew a sword, re
turns with them. Capt. MajtheuU remain with
the Army of the Potomac, ut command of those
who-e term ut service ha not yet expired.
lUi i itio.m o the 13ril I.miaxa Yesterday
afteniiton this gillant regiment, after dimng at
the S.ililier' Home, and parading the principal
atreet. was welcomed by his Excellency, (tor
etuor Morton, home agam. The 13th left three
year ago numbering over one thousand It re
turn numbering lea than one hundred and fifty.
Thus it ha approved in valor and it devotion to
the caue iu which it enthtrked. It has cecn
aervice iu Virginia, in the Army ot the Potomac,
under McCleltan, on Folly Island before Charle
ton and again iu the Artuy ot the 1'otomac un
der Grant. Itisju.t from the front at l'eter
bur. Ailtabrave Colonel. Cyrus J. Pobbs, in hi
repoo.e yesterday rem irkel, forty day ago it
numbered twice as many a had returned to re
ciethe welcome and applause of their fellow
That other half of tie brave men alive forty
day ago, now lepl the sleep that know no wak
ing. Th-y had fallen on the battle-field. They
died as fceroe. a their comrades before them had
died, pouring out their Mood without atint tor
the honor and glory of the tltg of their country.
Elk Water, (reen Brier. Winchester, Charles
ton, the Wildernen. an 1 IVterturg the?e im
mortal names were (i right iiücrilel upon the
btttle toru banner with which the remnant of
what wa once a nolle cor; now returned,
(ieu. Ames and Cicu W . S Smith had publicly
borne the highest testimwny to the vaior ot the
J3th, and (lovernor Morton, reading the letter
of thee reai general, eularged u;on the enco
miuaispas-ed upon the commander. Col. DoM',
an i the dücers and men under him.
Iii Excellency, Governor Morton. aked if all
thi b!od fpilled by this regiment, and all the
blml spilled by other regiment that hdd gone
forth from Indiana was to be in vain? "Must
men ho cry peace at home defeat theelTorU of
patriot? If thi i to be so if we are t-J be
conquered at home, we might jut a well be
coLijuered in the field The people, the whole
people must austaiii the army. Litten, therefore,
to n- ery of peace. This war we must fi;ht out
e will fi-htout We have the poer and we
will u-e it.
(ieu. Carrington and Cl. Blake followed in
brief a !drtae. M-my txiauti'ul ladic were pre
ent, anJ the tcCajiou wa enlivened by the mag
tiificTüt ruuiic of Uihu'a band
The son if of All Son?.
Tlt: "7A Ca4ii vU kit WUkTt."
K you'ri all wa'kr-1 throujb tb town, cn a flu um
tnrdy, TTtn njjct I've fot yoa btn M-n, I larjMy.
fjHn Uxxw arid rhnff. warTer you ro,
Toq'U tb p' ny bilaU tkkii, up in a rcw.
Tta ttt to rl Jr" rny atarxl for awLll,
And f art so i14 they will canv yoq t m!h.
I nx1 tbm down aa I rad thm alti;.
Ad4 put tbm URetUf r to maaa up toj on.
Tber w "Alrahara'a Dauj;hUrM "C,nz out on a
Witb "Uli feci Pn.w,""!:) theCtUj;e ty the 5ea."
Mlf yonr fx.t is pretty. how It" "At Lar.niKin' IUJI."
And ' Why did h lrr him" "On th Hate rig Cnl?'
Tbn wt -Rnri1 Ami1,M with " A lcfcf bat and
"I don't tbibk tnnch fym,"uVfe f rm boy t and flrU
"Dotfcfy tbirk of me it hw?" Til be fre and ea-y
"Give t,r.k oar .!d Comntaudcr, with nie Sword of
"Whfii thU cruel war I over," "No Irish nM apply."
"Vitt rythir-K U lovely, anJ the ir'-"e hanjt hih."
Tbe Younir from ew Jerej." "O, wilt tbu be my
And "Oft in tLe tilly nicht." "We'll all tke a rid."
"Let me kl btra U-t bin Mothrr," -lie's a gay youn g
"I'm eroinir. to flU mit X'gel." r-'l "I bully later--r."
"Hur.key Poy U Yankee lwdle," 'Vhcn the cannons
"We are coining. Father Abraham, U hundred thousand
"In the day when I waa bard up," with "My Mary
"My Johnny was a Shuemnker, '0r any other Man!"
"The Captain with LU Whiskers," and "Annie of the
Alohf with "Old Kob Kidley," "A riditi on a Kail !"
"Kock me to eep, M' tlier," "Coin.; round the Horn;"
"I'm not myself at all, "I'm a lUrLHor forlorn."
Mother 1 the Battle over:" "What are tbe men aut?"
"How are you, lb-rare retyl" "lh your Mother
know you're oat!"
"We won't k- b'-me till nmrninx" with "The !' ;!J I'rl
vateer;" "Ar.nU LUle" and "Zouave Johnny" "Hiding in a Kail
W are coinii tf, SUter Mary; with "The Tolk that put
"We are marching ab ng" with Tb our-i-l thirty
"On tbe tthr of Jordan," "Im't tly your kite too
"Jenny, coming n'tr the Greeri," "Iloot, lb. or Die, f"
'Oor Lnl-n'a Marry ltanner," "Th VUn t Wa-hing-ton,"
Shall float victoria o'er the land, from Maine to Oregon
ItikNMT ok W. J. Cogwill Thi gentle
mau, one of the inot uccomplihl and popular
young nctor. take a bctiefit to night at the Met
ropolitaii. The play i "Uncle 1'otn' Cabin."
and Mr. Kilev. little Clara Hodge, ai.d the
Company generally, have volunteered.. The
performance will conclude with grand Shakes
pearian Tableaux. Mr. Cogswell w.i a member
of the firt dramatic company that opened ut the
Metropolitan. He played throughout an entire
McaNou with increased popularity nightly. In
certain part in geuttel comedy a well a in
tragic character having vcrnitility a well a
cultivation, ho already rank with any one of hi
yeata and experience in hi profcioii. A a
man he i renected : a an ai-tr the public re
gard him u tnot promising. H gf'C hent-e to j
fill an cngngemcnt at Holliday Mreet theater,
Iialtimorc. Let him be ncnt on hi way rejoicing,
and let u
wvlcomo him if ho ever rluu!d rc
A Sitkrior Rt.Mi.nr. Wo can concientiouly
recommend to those uflcriig frorn a d'ntrrir.g
cough, Dr. Strickland' Meililluou Cough Hal
sum It give relief almost iustantaneon, nnd
i withal hot ditagreeal'le to the ta.to. There i
no doubt but tlio Meililluou Cough Halfam i
one of the best preparation in 'ne.niid i all lint
ita proprietora claim for it. We have tried it
during the past week, ud found relief from a
most distressing cough It I prepared by Dr.
Strickland, No. (1 lvtst fourth street, Cint inn ttl,
Ohio. f CiiK'intiati Natintml Union. tf
W'e und'rt.nd from somo of our (Jer
maii radical Itiemla that den. Fremont contem-
IilitMnvWt Wrt, und U oipciled to njmU
il.ty or two in I iidiaiiii;oli (Jen. Kicinmit will
he received w'th great demontration by his
friend. We uro told lh.it ho will he hotc proba
bly within a month.
hi a it: i i i.iis.
Kost tKO CofNTV DkM'H R ATlC CoMVLS
TiN. The l)cmocraey nf Kociuko aenib!eil
in convention in Warsaw on the 13th of June.
Hay the, Union: ''The meeting was one of the
largest and most enthufiaotic ever held iu the
county. The Court Houso was full and many
could nt bo nccommodated. There wa perfect
harmony and unity of feeling." The following
candidate were nominated by acclamation:
For Representative, M. U. Hirer; Treasurer,
1). I. Nichols; Commissioner, J. Ü. Long; and
Surveyot, Albert Scole.
Tho Committee on Utsolutiona reported the
following which were unanimously adopted:
We, the Democrats and conservative citizens
of Koaciusko county, iu convention assembled,
believing the Government a ordained by Wash
ington.aud administered by Jefferson and Jack
son n perfect fortres for the protection of life,
liberty, religion und property, and believing it to
be endangered alike from the open effort of
rebel in arm and the insidious, but not less
dangerous, usurpation of ower and encroach
ment of ptr.-'oinl lihertT by the Kxecutir de
partment thereof, do declare
1. Our unalterable determination to maintain
ami continue the Union of the Slates, bound to
gether aa they are by heroic deeds, the exalted
pclf-sacrificing patriotim of a common ance
J. That government are instituted among
men deriving their just power from the consent
of the governed to eeure protection for life, lib
erty and property, nnd to promote the pursuit of
luppiiicr, and wc believe the departure by the
chief executive from these fundamental princi
ple calculated to subvert the libertieaot the peo
ple and a a precedent for tho establishment ol a
3. That w e return our thank to the brave sol
dier of Indiana, who have demonstrated by their
heroic valor, on the bloody field of thi war,
their ability and retdines to maintain the honor
and dignity of the State, and the supremacy of
the Federal (Jouernraent under the Constitution.
4 In the langu tgj of Jaekon, the Constitu
tion cannot be maintained nor the Union pre
served in opposition to public feeling, by the mere
exertion of the coercive power, conti led to the
General Government. The foundation tnut be
laid in the affection of the people, in the security
which it give to life, ldertT n 1 property in
every quarter of the country: and iu the fratcr
n il attachment which the citizen of the several
State bear to one another a members of one
litical family, mutually contributing to pro
mote the happiness of each other.
And that it i the duty of the adminUtrattou,
of the people, of each citizen to wurk for the or
ganizition of auch a policy a will restore the ru
eienl go.l feeling and respect of the 'people of
the several State for each other, n. the unreal
means for the preservation of the Union.
5. That we altuJe with pride to the fact that
the government wa administered from 17?D to
l!Hl, a period of seventy-two year, un ler
Washington, JcflVuoi), and other Chtutian
statesmen, with an expense to the people of les
thau one-third of thit entailed upon them by
four year of sectional rule under Abraham Lin
coin, a minority President.
G. That the expenditures of public money,
amounting as stated in Congres. by Tlxddeu
Steven. Kerubüean member from Pe nns Ivania,
to $.'1,000,000 per day, one th uand and ninety
millions a year, one hundred and twenty five
thousand dollar an hour, to thoutn j dollar a
minute, thirty live dollar at every tick of the
clock, I an extravag tnce and reckle regard for
the public intere-t net er tefore know n. an 1 w hieh
will impoveiih aud burden the people for gener
ation to come, and in tiew ofthce fact and the
eviJet.ee on every hand of public plunder, in the
Unguage of the aeventh Resolution of the Chi
cago Platform. "The people jutly view with
alarm the reckless extravagance which j?rv.ade
every department of the Federal Government,
that a return to a rigid economy and account
bility i iodipervahlo to arrest the ytrnatiij
plui der f the public treasury by favored parti -xii
s; while the recent tartling developments of
fraud and corruption at the Federal Metropoli
an! that an entire charge of administration is de
7. That the old, time-h. nred Democratic
doctrine, th t the m j irity shall rule, wa repu
diate! and trample! ur-on by the llepublicati
member of the lat Lrgielature of InJiaua, se
celicg in boly, tluttbv following the example
ut Jedcrsou Dvi. their co associate in the work
of dissolving the Union, and repudiated by Abra
ham Lincoln him-elf, a minority President, in
his recent proclamation, one teeth of the people
of certain Statea in ruling over the remaining
8. That we Tiew with alarm the interference
by the military in the States of Maryland and
Kentucky with the election?, and hereby declare
our purpose to maintain, peacevbly, if we can,
forcibly, if we mut, the right at all lime, and in
all proper place, to freely and fully criticise all
acts of thi Administration, civil or military; to
pr eerve the freedom of areech and of tbe pre.
and the right of personal liberty, and against all
arbitrary and military arre?t in the State whose
inhabitant are not in rebellion. Thee right
and liberties mut and will be maintained at ev
V. That we hetrtily endorse the patriotic course
of our able Keprc-cntative in Corgre, Hon. J.
The Convention wi then adJre.;?ed by Dr.
Marhil. of Pierceton, and Robert Lowry, of
(ohen, iu very able ard patriotic "peechea.
Iti: or County Honi The Board of
County Commissioner met in pecial cjioÄ on
Saturday lat, and authorized the iue of coun
ty bond to on amount tot exceeding aix thou
sand dollars The bond to he of tbe denomina
tion $50t and 41.000. The Treasurer waa au
thorized to fell the ame at the best possible
rate Thi action i rendered nece-ary by the
building of the new jail, to meet the expense of
which the bond are ivued The whole amount
required in it construction U $7,CU0. Of thi
sum $1.000 ha already been borrowed. Oreen
CKKKNBACK8 ARK GXD, BUT
IlOtltCiiS AUK II ET TEH,
STOMACH 15 ITT KUS.
Tn thousand bottle ol l in
Ott month. Tbamoat popular
toniacb bitter In u.
KOHACK'A MITTE KS.
O'mmI for all tleranrrrmnt of
th Ptomach, Killtniir, Lit-rr
Complali.taiiil general debility.
They posufss wonderful tonic
properties, alvlnir tone tw the
appetite anl ilixthtlve organs
A UOBACK'S ItlTTKRS.
Debilitated Indien ai.d seden
tary persons will find In tliem
an excellent tonic.
A wine itlasnful before each
mi will remove ltillKet loj
and all liver Urase.
Tliry are better than all fills, Powders and other
nUfeM, o'UAtrri'eatile compouiuls.
icoitu u's iu 1 1 i:us.
Tliey ritn be takni wtihout reganl to llet. As an
appetlxer tliey have tiorqual.
Thej re preprel by an old and skillful physician
from wi ll-km.wii vegetable remedies.
Wherever known they have tecorne a standard family
ItOlt W K'S KITTi:itS.
Try one bottle, ami you wlllalwoys use them and re
Coinmi nd them to olhert.
C, u . IIOIIAt.'li sole I'roprletor,
Ah l roinpouriiler of Sioinarh Bitter, HIki Purifier and
1oh IUI, ixt I ' t 1 1 ler ant manufai'tiirer of Catawba
and Swtlish Brandies, and all kln ls of the finest ilonn-s.
On liiior, which ar dd wlmlmah r In any denlred
(inmilliy, at Nos.fcU, 6 ami Hi rat Tr-t eireet, t'in
for snle by pniCKlst and Iealer lit Medli lue every
whsre, and ky Hrow iilii &, Khau, J. It. YU kers and V. I.
Ilaklt A Co., lrllatiMll. may'i IvAillaw
J.n. AI.VOKD. J. M. ('AU)WKI.b H. n. AbVOlU).
Mtl), CAI.IIW I.I.I, A AI.VOIC1,
Are tn DAILT rrcaiptof frrk good
0 "n.tantl y on hand and for aale attk lowea
prtee, lirKFinJ nortril toek or
Collee, iifH r
ICIie, Tea, Natt
filu, u ontlenavure
UaUln, Clears, Tabiirco,
Jlackerel UUiteFlali, C ordage
r Ine ('otlon Yariiw nrestuffa
Nulla Hfi Dillea .lellica Itratidy.
in int. U'luea, WhlRky
Notion of all kind find
riantatlou and lloker' itinera.
Particular attention pi Ten to tLe tale ot
rnonrvE nr u.e iii.rns.
68 East Washington Street.
.1. .i. !in,u:.
PHYSICIAN AND SURUEOX,
Dftu r-firniniisluni llulldlns, Corner
.tlerldian and .Muryltind Ma.,
INDIAN ATOMS. IND..
MEND I NC AND SCOURING.
MKS I) KU ASÜ SOrRKK. has remoteJ to T.Iack
ford's l'.o.ldin, Fourth Story, No. 24, cort.rr cf
S -ii.:itn ik! Meridian treet.
All ffannftiu entrust el to Lini will i proraji'ly and
neatly rtnorated and repaficd.
All kiii.l f tailoring ainl cutting for t oy and men. In
tbe tt tyl, on hurt notice a:.l at low ratea.
DRS. DÜZAN & PARR.
9 .Ä JwL
at roan d ixminivrra via BatLTiriri itmiiL
for .Tlornlnr IKeprt ?e f irat !.
LATEST WAR NEWS.
CHAPIN'S DLUFF CAPTURED.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT IN NEW YORK.
Vii . ii n r.ss I O 1' A L, N EWS,
F O It E I G N NE W S .
Ar., Ac, Ac , Ac. At.
Wabhijioton, June 27. Sealed offer are to
be receive! at the Treasury Department, under
an act of March 3J, lfG3, until noon of W edr.es
lay. fth of July neat, for bonds of the United
States to the amount of $33,000,000, beinc the
amount of unaccepted offers under the notice of
proposal for bond.-', dated the ttu lost.
The bonds will be tr annual interest of six per
cent, payable aemt annually in coin, on the 1st
days of July and January ot each yenr, and are
redeemable after the 3d of June 16S1. Xo.c&ers
will be considered at les rate of premium than 4
Thebteamcr Highland arrived here from City
Toint, vhich place the left yesterday morning.
She bring an Ohio regiment whose term of ser
vice lua expired. The regiment number? 200
olbctrg and men.
There ha been no heayy righting for the last
I rani Mew York.
XtwToRK, June Ü7. Hy the Tacific mail we
have information that the teamer Golden Age
prung her port hall just oul of Acapulo and
wa proceeding under one wheel. The Golden
Citv would take her in tow If necrsary.
The New York weekly batik statement re
ports tho loau increase $1.303,119, specie Increase
$'J15,:rj:i, circulation decreue SlSlJMl, de-
pos.it ilccrease $ I ,6 2, . r;.
The Comtnctciar army Utter of the 25th
Foster' force ntiatked Chapin'a Itl ufT and,
perhapa captured it.
Thh would permit the erection of rdron,
worka to opir:itv aguinst rort D.trlmg.
Heavy lines of entrenchment are conceutra
tinjr ft aweepi .ig fire on Drury'a Hlulf.
The movement of (Srant, for the pist few
d iys haa not been to bring on a general engage
ment. The iiuin object ha been toadieve Ocu.
Hunter and obtain entire, ifoc-ision of the !
teishurg and Wehlon railro;td, which cut Hie
rebel Confederacy in twain.
A anecial to the Tost, from Wahinctoti,
d ited 'J5th :tya :
' It is rxptt ted that the bill before the House
repealing tlie dralt commutaUon cliuse will
It I doubtful if the Senate will consent to
ii'ljoiiin ll'tlie House rejects this bill.
No prospect of the tepcal of tho gold bill,
Mr Clutse nil not changed hi view on that ul
N:w Vohk, June lil The Commercial nay
wo iilideisbind that un accident occurred at an
erly hour this mort ioR on the Krie Ititilrond,
ciuscd by ilip giving way of one of the rail,
throwing the entire train olY tho track and cuun
iuu tlir l-i(li o ft number of permm .im well aa
injuring m.iny other
Owiti; to the distance fr.nn New York nt
which the accident occurred no direct particular
luve been received.
From Cliurlcatnwit Via.
Ciiarlistown, June 27. It is reported by
Hcout and refugee that the rebel Ocneral
McCausUnd, whom Hunter outfl inked and de
le.! ted a few day aincc, I now at Lewiaburj
with eevrn thousand troopa.
It la likewise reported that Homo two thousand
of Morgan' command have reached the vicinity
of Logan Court Hou.se on their retreat from
The ateamthip Havana, from Liverpool was
boarded ohT Cape Itace to-day. Her ndvice.s are
two day later.
Tho Time iy it i rumored that the Danish
question may break up the Cabinet.
Washington, June 27.
The House took up tbe rewolution offered by
Mr. Ingersoll, decluring as there opinion that
all permit heretofore issued by the Navy De
partment allowing persons to trade within the
line of any Stite heretofore or now in rebel
lion fchould at once be revoked and no more
Mr. Washbunic, of Illinois-, moved to rotdponc
its ronsiilerution for ten day. Agreed to.
Thi i equivalent to postponing ihe subject
beyond the present session.
Mr. Steven, from the Committee of War
and Mean, made a report on the Senate amend
ment to thetanll bill.
fllHIÄ GIN IS MSTILI.KD FROM TURK RYK MALT
I Spirit and Itnprtd Juniper IVrrios. Fr medicin
al .jnalitie It 1 equal In every respect to any Imported
(lin. Owlnjf to It cheapness compared with the prica
ot iins p:riK throvirli the Custom Uoiwe, It become
tbe iuterevt of l.uyer to examtue Ut quality aul relative
For le by
A. V II. SCIIiMJLI,
1iiiii11k IV' Dlook,
Corner Meridian and Maryland Sts.,
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
171011 SALE, six acre of found well situated ot.
luile from the center of it ctty. On the irround
there Is a Frick Yard all ctmplete an J In werkln order,
with a kiln of brick lrealy tun ed, three goui Lou,
barn. stsWes, c. Improvements ire Roing on o rapid
ly ;irouitl this prvtrty that there 1 no uf.in.n a to
it t"imr one rf the best payinjj tnref ments evrr offi-red
In this city. In bo part of tbe city w:U property ri o
rap.diy in value and become valuable aj this. If de.
iir!, time 11 h givn on to-thirUof th purchae
Fr par.k-ulars write to J. I). Lock, bot 27 Pt Offk,
CIIAS. 1. PEAUSON,
1MIYSICIAN AM) SUKGE0N,
OFUCK NO. 30 EAST MARKET STREET.
Re.Weoce No. 93 North Tenne treet.
tfJre hours ? to 9 A . M., 1 to t and 7 to V P. M.
Special at!enti.n (ftven to tht trtatmetit of CLrot.ic
IWars. Je 10-d3tn
"m"m RANTED, at the faper Mill, on the Canal e
W f end of Market street, UKi.OoO pound of KUi Tow.
Jeli dlw tiAY k Ili:iDK5.
I -Y (CaUUMBbXN) T
sew York IQarkei.
New Yots, Jo De 27.
Cotton dull, without change; $1 45 for mid-
Flour State and Wettern excited, and 10(3
15c higher; Large lJuäinea Slate 0 15Ih25;
extra round hoop Ohio; 43 30(310 for trade
brands, market closing, aod no sellers at outside
Whiskey ineeular at il 75(31 bO Western
Wheat eacited audSQIOc hi-br; $1 90201
for Chicago prin?; $1 ft 06 for Miliu
kee club; $2 0(5 2 13 for winter red western
Corn heary, $ 54(Äfl 55 for mixed Western
Oat actif e aiOSQyScfor Western, audclos
ior at outride quotations.
Wool advancing and in cooJ demand, 3.;
(39c for westeru; 41Q IloC new western; 33,
0r35cold and new Drime; 3 Jc prime western.
Beef firm; 15fäl6-j rees; 'Jfälüc rrirae:
21(325 repacked mesa; cxUt mess;
pnuic men ceei quiet.
Beef bams dull and prices nominal.
Cut meal quiet but firm.
Ifacon siJca dull and prices nominal.
Lard opciied quiet and lower; market closed
liutter firm but" less active.
Money active and firm at 7 jcr cent.; reported"
as Inch as S ncr cent aterline irregular and un
ettled, and decidedly higher; opening at $2 40
ana closing at $ü 532 55.
Gold excited and firmer, opening at $2 lö(
2 20 and&dranciog to $2 33Q2 37; closing at
$2 312 30; 7 30 bonds are $1 OSJjoneyaer
Cicix.nati, June 27.
Flour opened dull and nominal, but after news
from New York, superfine was held at 10(3 15c
higher. It sold before the news arrived at
I'rime Ked Wheat opened in the morning at
$1 liJ without buyers. After the newa all tobe
b.td at f 1 CO waa taken.
Cotn and oats dull and un.se tiled.
Whiskey advanced to $1 75 and good de
Mess poik dull. 400 bbla. old at $39.
Nothing done in bulk meat. I'ricca nomi
Hams in cood demand; lb(2c for second
quality and21(Vc for first quahtj sugar cured.
Close 'at 15ftl5!,;c.
lold unsettled; ratea Irregular. It la useless to
give quotation. Lxchungc closed at discount
Kathairon la from the tlreek word "Kathro," or
Kathahu," aidfyliig to cleanse, rejuvltiate and re
store. Thla article la what its name l((tiifles. Eorpra
senlug, restorlbj and beautifying the hutnan hair It U
tie moat remarkable preparation In tbe world. It W
airaln owne-1 ami put up by the original proprietor, and
la how made wlta the am rare, skill and attention
wldcb Rave It a Rale of over one tulM'.n bottle per
It Is a most delightful Hair Dresrdng.
It eradicate scurf and dandruff.
It keep the besd cool and clean.
It m ike tbfl l"ilr rich oft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gray
It rentoras hair upouh.M heails.
Any U ly ur uniilciasti who value a beautiful head of
hair kUoultl u I.yon'a Kaihalrn. Il Is known and used
throughout the clvllled world.
Sold by all revpfi'tsble dealers.
Ii:i. N. IIAItM:S JL Cll,,N.Y.
HEADS THAT REBEL
Atratimt tbf rulr ortmite ml tirauty, In their color or In
the Iom of All tliflr tolor, maj lc cli inM n few mo
ments to any
ty a single application f
ruisTADoKo iiAiu nvi::
Th lapldity of Its operation, perfect safety, perrna-
B 'l.t lu nlihfal r fTiTt, and the cxceedlnj depth and rich
ness of th hues It Imj arts, dintinKuUh this preparation
from all othei I lyes In n In this countryjor In Kiirope.
ri istiuloroN lliilr l'rrvutlvc.
a valuable adjmu't to ih Dye, In dressing and promoting
the growth Bnd perfid health of the hair, and of Itaelf,
when used alone, a safeguard that protect tbe fibre
from decay under all circumstance and under all dime.
Manufactured .y J. CRISTA DORO,
No. 6 AtorlIoue,lS'ewTcrk.
Hold by all Druggist. Applied by all Hair Dreioter.
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALK
This Is the mot delightful aud extraordinary article
ever discovered. It change tha nun burnt face and
hands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty, Im
parting tbe mat Me purity of youth, and the tlltingu
apM-arance so Inviting in the city belle of fashion. It
remove tan, freckle, pimpbs and roughnes of the
skin, leaving tbe complexion fresh, transparent and
mootb. It contain no material Injurious to tbe skin
Patronized by Actres.se and Opfra Singer. Itliw
every lady should hare.
Prepared by W. E. HAfJAN, Troy, Y.
Address all orders to
DE MAS S. BAUXES 4 CO., Nw York.
CARPETS, WALL-PAPER, &c.
NE vre ;rpbt7wt uptper
If o. 81 Kast Washington Street, opposite tbe Court House.
J. & C. KRAUSS,
IMPoKTCaS, ASD WBOUCIALB AUD RETAIL DKAUcas IX
many article pertaining to the House Furtiishlag tine.
Ji" -rm Tr x m
of a new and superior make
THE CLOCK STORE !
IMOIO.Vr, Ell EN & CO.,
Wiaoieatale nnd Ketull Dealer In
Of vvery Uecrlption, lze and price.
No. 80 East Washington Street,
!! VThe Urjreft CLOCK STOKE lo tbe State of In
SUMMKB (iARDEX WILL OPEXF.U OX THK
Comer of Alabama & Washington Sts.
(in the i:trnlncof JlnyitU.
Fine shade tree and Lice khruhU-rr. Ttt very tet
of r frehnient a!wy on band.
my7-5tf JOIL1 HUCELE.
Dr. A. H. SCLIWAX.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGE ON,
f WIENliERA hi prfe.lonal kenice to the citixen of
J Indianapoli a od rtclmty.
vS.c !fo. lu Virgin! .7tnue, Indianapoll, Ind.
INIMITABLE nilR RESTORiTIVE,
XOT A DYE,
Bat rr ktere gray hair to IU ori final color, ty lapplylnu
the capillary tab with natural aaatenaoce. Impaired ey
aaa or dira. All li.imlaHOM4 fyaara coropoaed of
lufbir e,lvtL ietroylr. te tltality anI beanty ef tb
balr, aod afford of ibem.elr no dreacrnp:. Ileirastreet'a
nlmiuble Coloring not only rtrttrrs h!r to Itl B itura
color by an eay process, but e the hair a
promote it growth, prerent Iu fallln; ofT, eradicate
dandruff, and Impart health and pleaantnew to tha
bead. It haa Hood tbe test of time, being the orladnal
Hair Celorinr, and i eonMantly lncrealBic in faror.
Csed by both gentlemen and ladle. It ia aold by all re
pectal le dealers, or can be procured by them of tbt
commercial agent. D. S. BARNES 1 CO., 202 Froadw.y,
Sew Tork. Two lies, 5t cent and f 1.
UOTT'S HIAWATHA HAIR EKSTORAT1TI,
IIOH'S H1AWATIIA HAIR KKST0EATIVK,
norrs HI AW ATI! a HAIR rkstoratite.
In LoBjfellow'a Toetn Hiawatha wa adjudged to havt
conferred the greatet boon on hi tribe becanse. be
brought to it notice corn. Kery one wjll admit that
ocr preparation la worthy of tho name, for tho booe-Cta
It confer when it I known.
WHAT THK HIAWATHA DOTS.
It restore faded and irray hair and whUker to their
original color. Itbrlnga up the natural ahadir.g ef one
hair with another, thua giving the hair a perfect life ap
pearance, no that the naot critical buerye r cannot de
tect itl ne. It make bnh hair oft and allky, top
It falling out, cleanaea It and the acatp from all impuri
tie. I a readily applied and wiped from tbe ikin a any
halrdreMing, and entirely orercotne the bad effect of
prarioQQe of preparation eontalalng ulphur, agar
of I 'ad, Ac.
The propsietor of the lliawatha published Iho follow,
lug challenge to text, in the New Tork dailies three
WAS SEVER ACCEPTED.
Let soma well known and disinterested prona ap
point ona to tbe proprtetcr of each preparation for tho
hair to brie up tho color. Every proprietor to as
nothing but hi twn preparation, and the peron nothing
else during the test. A certificate ef tha result to be
widely published at the eipense of th uiuaccesful
old everywhere. JOKKni HOTT k CO., .
marirdlr No. 10 Unl?erlty Mac, T.
liste occurred In thi country during tbe lt three or
four year, but none more wonderful than the
ltovolut tonn in Color,
produced among the Head of tbe I'eople, by
lltlSTADOKO'K IIAIU DYE.
Tlie hUtory of the .ucc of grat dlcoverie afford
no parallel to.tho triumph ovsr competltioti and ptrju
dice, accomplUhed by thi powerful yet harntle. veira
labia agent, which lntantly'cbauge any obnoileua color
orthe hair Into a black or brown a magnificent a anr
that heaven ever bestowed upon the head of man or wo.
Manufuctnred by J, CRISTADORO,
I?o. 6 Atrr Houne, New Tork.
Hold by all DruggUt. Applied by all Hair Dreaer.
"A SLKJII T tTOLD' ( )I iIIS,
Few art awaro or th Importance of Choking a Cough
or "Slight Cold" In Its flr.t log'; that which in Iho be.
ginning would yl.ld to a mild remedy, If neglected, worn
attack the lung.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
jive uro and a!m.t ImniMlat tf lf. Militär; Ofllcrri
and Soldier hould have them, a they ean be carried In
the pocket and taAen a occasion require.
MJ b; ill Drojfk'lMimilDiilffilnKrdlcIofilDlki
United Ml. I., aiid io I foreign cnntrle. at aa cent, per
ZW SOLDI K It 8-WB THINK I)R
Sirk kliud U quite right In advlilng you In hl advartl
taeiit In onr eelumna of to-day'a paper, to tak a bottl
or hi highly recommended Anti-Cholera Mixture In your
knapascka, It may avo the live of many of our be
oilier. Mother, see that your anna do not neglect It
Tou ran get Hat the Drug Stores at SO cent per bottle.
It Ii tha bent remedy for Diarrhea and iJyaentery.
C?TaDIkSKA8ES OP THK NERVOUS
8emlnal, Urinary and Sexual ylem new and reliable
treatmcnt-ln Report of tho HOWARD ASSOCIATION.
Sent by mail in nealed letter envelo., rre of charg.
Address I). J. 8KILL1N 1I0U0IIT0N, Howard AmotI.
tlon, No. 3 South Ninth Sln-H, Philadelphia I'a.
OTNERVOUS DKHILITV. HEMINAL
Weakueea, etc., nw l4 curl by one who has really
cured nlrntelf and hundred of other, and will tell yoa
nothing but the trut A. Addre with tmp.
EDWARD H. TRATER,
feb'.H-dAwly Lock Boi, IWton, Ma.
rarLADi?:s! ladies: ladiesi dont
fail to read the advertlaement I thi paper. bade'
IMPORTANT TO FE MA LKS. In-, rhee.man. of Xew
Tork, baa dtvotrd thi la1 tb'rtj yean f hl practica to
Peiual Complaint. Hi Till act like a charu. They
are reliable and safe. oov9-d6u
Earl & Hatcher
IN ADDITION TO OUR LA Ki E AND WELL AS
SORTED utock i f Grocerle, we offr for sale, in
qtantitles to suit purchaeer.
1.000 ts. nvss Tork,
.500 Ilrl. I'rime llvss 1'ork,
300 UrlH. LnrIf
5,000 lbs. BnroiiNIdr,
15,000 Ha co u Shoulders,
5,000 lbs. Dried llvcf,
1,008 rls. Sail,
CAHL & IIATCUKIl,
JelJ LAFATCTT1C, IND.
IV O T I O E .
TO INDIANA MILITARY OFFICERS.
ExiCLTITX OzrAKTMaXT Of IXDIAXA,
IU'tCAU Of Fl!AJtCI.
iMDiAüArona, Juoe 24,
INDIANA OfTlCT.k, who hsve been or are serviDg In
the army, are Informed that their Ordnaar- , Return
w ill be made op and presented to tbe proper Department
and certificate, of acuittanc btaiDd, frt of ckaryr,
by applying to Mr.C. F. Roker. Chief Ork State Ord
nanc Department, office 00 stair over Taje. hard
ware tore, No. 31 Wel Washington treet. IudianapoIU.
Br making return, a above directed, officers will not
only save all fee., but they wilt be able to aettl with tbe
Government and draw their pay from one to three
month earlier than If tho b tines U entnuied to Claim
By order of Governor Moercn.
W. II. IL TERRILL,
JeS-dtf flnandal Secretary.
n. .TI. SPICEtt & CO.,
REIL ESTATE AGÖNTS.
AND NOTARIES PUDLIC,
No. 201-2 North Illinois Street,
CL03IIIG OUT 0ALE3
2G &, 28
WEST 7ASHU7GT0II CT.,
HUME, LORD & CO.
imSQ TO RETIRE FROM BCS15E5S JfOW
oner their largo and plcndid atock of good.
At New Tork whole! price., and many good mock
lee. Keeling under obligation to the pbU f.r th very
large patronage we have received, we have concluded to
adopt thla method of cloning out oor present atock, tbere.
by giving them the advantage f buying their good a
low a the ame can be boopht at net wbole.ale prW. Is
Ka.teni citiea. Tbl I no rtctltoQ. cry, ai we wtfl er
tlnae the sale until tit whole trk a clo-edot. Wo
have new In tore tbe largest and tet (elected stock
over brought to thi city, collating of
S H Hi 3S Sf.
Comnrulng every grsde, from tho mod ctly and
To tb cbfspt
PLAIN SILKS AND SATINS,
Which Will bo sold regardless of the recent greet ad.
FANCY DRESS HOODS,
la treat variety. Oor buyer being alab. bead ft tb
market during the eprlng, baa luade eitra eflorts to pro
fin Oil Unfit ind ni(i.'.tf.!,ioMl!f u (hi k 4fltt,tMn-
prl.lng all th lata
Cloths and Cassimeres,
For Men and Boy, from tho cheapest to tbo best the
market afford. Wo am also -
Od the same terms, our spleudid clock of ,
IlLACIt KILK CIllCflLACXff.
HASQl I, Ac, Ac-
CotnprUIng all tbe recent
PARIS AND LONDON SHAPES,
Richly trimmed with
ui:al. c;liii!iii: i.aci
k1cii bead 217118,
HUME, LORD & CO.
Ingrain and Supers,
Cottage, Rug and Dcnp Carpet,
Com mi in g every grade, all of which will b aold at
5ow Tork bolesale prices, tcgttfcer with a fu'.ir.&o of
C-t Satin nnd Vi'ool Dntnas!iv
C-4 Embroidered llept.
Lace and Tambour Cartains.
IMOV8E rviuvi&uura goods
In great variety.
-yZS il m ad OGindcn,
Of ovory deacriptiob.
TTTThoao la want of tho abort goo! will find It mcxh
to their advanuge to call at aa early date a&4 lay 1b ssp
plies fur summer and fall.
nUIJE, LORD Cl C0,v ;.