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CRUSHED KTXET aXORSISQ, AT Tfill Any SBXTlNßL OPPICD, 25,27 nnd20 Couth r.lorlcllan. (coim or rxAMi. mm.) ELDER, RARKI2SS BiKSBAU, rropjriflors. . cnoccniEO.. ! - ,4. . SWT Ü ILjo INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1865. VOLUME XIY. NUMBER 4,68r. -. j rp - mi X ( Y ttoe - -ji"it-"" 0 copy, ill etil 4M ti. copy, thra asoaiha .... ISA Uaeeopy, eaveaaawta tO Delivered by the carrier, within the dty, 19 eeatipar , eayabla te the earrtr. lltsu will b applied t 13 centa a week. ICTMom may be er.t it e?r risk ty Iipre.s. pre- paid, er In &iatr4 Lttara by mail; .tharwl. w wlU at b rewpwaaible fee tnj lea that may ocrer. Citj lulvriUri will it bU reponx.b!for papers left wish lkra dwtl ta grvwti at tbe .1- Coptet of th Dailt SciT.nicaa 1 bi attl oSc tea morning, Ad tb Wttttr liirm eck Men Say aratng, a.atlj Talopad. r BtUiai. ic at; or a u v i; ii t i l u i s l IS... J... L-. It. n . i.. 14, lei Im I .. 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AcooRdoK drt ritt furl otJe altaf hd,l; ; tlhaat tir fr MarrUc Nolle 5o cut. j .ffttlct of Ft!T,l, ricBlr uJ rcorin, gtUn p ty j d!TUo.l or ltlot , ur ly ckarclie. l Iba regular lr Im a. AlTmBJnt IUJ auJ pIJ tt..ttrth UJ of lclal 3otlc, If Uuluwtt .vr,!U afrrt liakU tk saal ratra. Taarly advartfxra iopT aartarly . AooaclBf cn4JaiM for oScetof ry .(crtpiiwu t b cbtnrtd t tb rat of II 50 for tnh um !b tie . I-Il5, and III th DJly and Weekly, tte amf t b,ln II c'aae, ptd In Blanc. WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, rUBIJSaiCÜ tTIKY AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. T:idtaf Ua and 0Trat 2 00 b year, tr! in Mira Crpy tn tL fetter up of tbe Clul. raiaaLB ittabublt ib bbtabcb. a. v v fl Bi v ii . r cb taare, 6rt lnertia ' ra.li ubaioent inrtlon, for f acb aquare A rtator.abla dadactlor inad tayearly adtertlner. BdTBrttnenta tl SO pr wair for tba ßrl urtlon. and I per aqaara for ach anbaequent Inr liun. AmlTlts will bmdt without aJditlontlrbarte, if Iba aJrtl-er fiirnltb tb at amp required by Oo? era - lUCtlt. j lHal adftril.emauta Inserted attbcipo of tba at I .wrueya ar da rlna;, and Dot dalayabU for tha laal procaad- j tog, bot eollactabla at enr otnal tlma. PubtUbera nut 1 aicutntalU for tb accuracy Of leal ltertlemeutba- 1 ai W aCbtcbartrd far tbelr publlotion. Kt.CKR, HARK5ESS B1NÜUAM, Froprlatora Indiana tata Autinl. F raaldab t ladiaaapolla Journal Cotnpauy . iflDIAIIAPOLIS RAILROAD TIMETABLE. lOI.CatBU. AM I5DIA!CArOLl CK.XTUAL BAIL WAT. TraiaaL.. Traisa Arrive. :r,0 A. If Day Kxpres 10:15 A.M. J.45 P.M Mali 105 P. M 1.49 p. m aigbt xxpr iocs p. y. BKM.FFONTA1NK RAILROAD. TralaaLaar. TralDS Arrlr. 00 A. Bf 10:00 A.M. 4HI0 P.M 13.00 If OOB. s jo p.m vail. rnop.n. MADISOS RAILROAD. Traisa Leave. Trains Arrive. A. M .. bl ail . 11.15A.M. 3 00 P.M S l&P. M. JKrKSRSOVILl K RAILROAD. Train Laar. Trains Arrirs. M.rolDa: Kapraaa.B SO A.M. iht Xxpre... 3 V. A.M. Chkaga Ripreaa, 5t0O P. M. Cbtca; KxpTe'S, I.' ?5 M. Nigbt IxpreM, 10:15 P. M. Irening Expre 8.H)p. M 1TRU RAILROAD. Tratualave. Traisa Arrive I'MO Noon Cblcsro KxpreM '. "0 A. M. i 3 p. M......CakAg KxprekJ.-..-. .. 4 li-'t 1. M. LrATP.TTK RAILROAD. TralasLeate. TratuiArnv 1J.4U 5otn 4 SO A. M 7 l P. M 9 50 A.M. lülipM 130P.M. TKRRK II AL'TK AM) RICHMOND KA1LLUAD. riaUaLaava Tratn. Arrive. ;.n 4..M AccumnioJatiuii T.M P.M. Uli P.M Cincinnati Fiprea ':& V.U. :iw P. at Mailand Kxpres 10.3'i A.M. lü.'.M P. M Sight F.xpresM 3 T A. M. t'ISC15NTI RAILROAD T'ataaLaav. Train Arrive lW A. M Mall "30 P. M 4 So A. M Chicago aud 9t. l.ouM !2.?0 P. M 7 4 1 P. M Kxpreaa. IW5 P. M. 4 00 p. U (ireaa'burg AccomdatloQ,....9-:0 A. M. l OriSVILI R. Mff ALBAÜT A!D CH1CA00 RAIL ROAD. SipresaUreancaatla Jauctlon going nrtu 8.00 PM ttoln aeotb H.4? PM DOOK AND JOB PRUiTINC. AND AT THE SENTINKIj OFFICE; DON K IN TUkl- BEST STYLE, KOOtS. rAyillLKl S CARDS. BILI-S. HILLS LADING, CHECKS. CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS. BLANKS, AC, AC. UtlSüliVl-: M K A I Uf all ataJ. can , b.t t.t atcw.aUi.l har thaa I auf blEtetft tie tM j Urdar f rum aa afllHre ;vtll aascwi 4 lib prompt anal caraini eat len ds) u ELDPB EaifiOESSdc BLN0EA1I INSURANCE. 72THA BUILDING, INDIANAPOLIS. Erccled 1859-Owned by (ho Co. IS Ttf CHEAPEST! lNÜRK WITn TUR OLD llIIV 151 OF HARTFORD, CONN. C A s II ASH IS rr iS , Iii oiupnny I'aUovrr 1 17,0)(),tMK) l,tar dliritikT 41 Year. - r .rJ?; uj v ' H "3 TS T! P f;'. t tv a ii a 3 j. i - fifc.-t in fuch ccutrt-i ad Cincibuati aud Chicago, LOSSeS LqUltably AdjUStetl aud anl the caot ftartling iiuIUi fioiu the iciqui- P.mtlrr VA t0U3 'J system liandei down to us br tbe rrOmpiiy raia. arch-fanatic Chio a:c fullr sbon in iheiuau- PLcie. i-ued by thl. favorably kuevva Conipaty, j aittk'f i;? 10 pipcra puWirheJ in those cit witbout delay, at rate of premium av lvw a cotlteut sc.". In Cmcinbaii nioLey waa being borrowed with tbe haiatd taken. Tbe Induceaoeuts ta Ita patron. J at leu ter teut., aud ;ice fit that, while the Ii secarlty, promptitude and liberality, are BwurpasseÄ . ! cf .fcJ r,rrv.,ilfd :n ni.i... r . .m - it .tu. t .... J m J - A. ABROMET, AGK5T. Je2S.d3u WATCHES. American Watches lV AI lV V a. S Bl'Y A t.r.NLIS.. A ALTHAM WAICH ifji- . a dttrMe an 1 rti itl time keeper BUT A GCM'IXC W ALTHAM WATCH -it ct and is wiTlb double tl pt i. .t th. - wo'tl.lr. Knl .' J ia watibai. CENl'IXE WALTHAM WATCH T., u.a L- vj.rr.i', CINI IXK WAI.TIHM WATCH .-.n.Nda exi ted' f.T fivhlUr$ -L.iy hütiliur-iM, au. urat liiu-lvr We get hr W'uf.lu flirrt fi..m H. 111111101. h 7, 1 . sivii.; watch ti sr.N r tj h mküsitkIh- ii i? -f a time-Vee-T, t I. v j I Ua U .le u jli.d at (4 lor y yi n. . rt.d I -r a ' ular. Wt !.i )iae a lrj v.ii!' t..n . I k. Watibt-a. Kloe Jewrliy ai.d .ltr W. P. BINGHAM CO.. 50 Eait Washington Street, Near iM-i K.lUaa' IlaU. FOUNDRIES. EIOOSIEK STATi: FOUNDRY AM) STOVE WORKS. :o. i.oiti & i'i::i4. ilautt!ctarer and YTkolerila Dealers in t I , VLL OUK STOTES ARE QT THE LATEST ATD suost Improved pattema. Our other work will embrace Iron Frott, C jlnmas, ; aUilway, At.U and Bobm CafUnara, Ac., Ac. i Ordera by Bail or otherwise oticUeJ, and prarurtat- 1 tct.tlon given. Oar prices will be found aa low a any. otüce, iialea-room aad Foundry l Vi ttuih Ua S.wara itreet. two sqaarea directly eaat of the UbUb Depot. ocC3 MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK INDIANAPOIJS. No. 23 North Meridian Street. perlt! lernt tor tlie Mile 7 310 Loan. er 1 lie fllUla BANK li NOW OffcN JOR THK TRANS- I acliaa af ba.it; will do a Geoeral Bat.klcg BaI- J OoTerLtueut Securities of all kinds kept c Etant!y on lai d and for sal at tha moat reasonable rate. HENRY SCUNULL, lrM.it.t. V. T. Maiorr.Cai:fr. e; dtf I NOTICE. TO SPORTSMEN ! I VTAXT Of A THOEOUGII CROKR iETTKR OR Paiater lx. Uaa MorrUoe, ef latttvaa, Mttrt Co., Ltraots. has a fw a featd fwr sale W?a.p. aBdwarran taJ. actr-lm DAILY SENTINEL Artificial Incubation. M. ÜAtrj. French Comal t Ilin Keoo, in China, has jost putü.'hed an ict reallog papr ia the 13 jllc'.ia de S?cie:e d' Aclimatitioa od the process cmDloyeJ by tbe Chinese in hatching e;ca artiicially. 'l ha place wbtn thii uade is prt::icd are cillcj I'io jis; eich consist! of i mod bat, three yard- in height, excluair of the roof made of tiles; tho inside of the but mea- lurej eight bj lour, tnd iu cutncci ii situited due weat; tbe northeast wind L prorided agaioat by a lajer of straw tp;!ieJ to tbe wall, tbe door ii mide ot p!nk, anJ rueaiarea one yard by two. Ijight ia iimittJ through four Bpertnrea ia tbe roof. Within there ire eighteen brick tove, two feet and a half hijb, along the wall at.d close to each other. Kacb of these stores support a large earthenware dish, sunk into the brickwork and just abovt the fireplace; and in side of this dih there is a basket of nearly the same shape, resting oo a layer of aahes abont two inches and a half deep It is to this basket th epgs to be batched, l.iiOO in cumber, are ar ranged in three layer?, and tbe whole corcred with a Cine lid about half an inch thick. Nine of tbe M'jTei are lighted at a time, but only eiht hare egg, the uinth bting intended t regulate the temperature of the room, which mu?t be maintained the same throughout. The combugtible employed is charcoal, and the temperature in the basket nerer exceeds 3 ; Centigrade. The efga are shifted fire timed in 1 e, course of twenty four hours tiz: four times rin the day and once during tbe niht, the i upper layer going to ibe bottom, and the bottom becoming the middle one. On the fifth day a small hole is pierced through the door, and br the pencil of lifht penetrating through it, each egg is examined, in order to ascertain which of them are in course of incubation. On tbe twelth day tbe fgg are taken out of the baskets and ! arranged on shelres aboTC the stores, proride l ' with layers of straw two inches thick, and mats our them. Upon il.e&e the eggs are laid, with j a cotton juilt nearly three icchea thick between . eaah Ityer, atii another uilt ju-t aborr, tbe 1 whole beiii well secured by means of thick straw rope to pierect tbe air I ruin gettiug to the egg, which are tegulaily shifted, as before, five i timed a day. As ?oon as the eggs are tikenout frjrn the bankets, the fire.) are put out in tbe etüTf! which have been used; tho Lice other stores axe lighted, and the process recommences with a new bntch of egg. On the twenty-first the former lot is Latched, yielding about TOO chkker.t fur every 1 ,00'J tz. ICerr ep if paid .-ix smiek, aud every clii;ke:i ofctiined ! is sold for fouiteen; tho ap-k being the l.'iOth j rr t of a fiar.c. I Irredvetitab! IMper. 'l i e tl te of finjticitl ai.u t umrueicial ai'i'iir.. , iu the Vot i, of ouuryf, uow prominently man- our readers Lot imagine that a reported "scar city" ol money means that there is not plenty in j the city. It only meanv that i is scarce at ten : per cent.; it.d why h thia? It i- because SG.0Ü0,- . o r . w. ..v. i UOU of produce is warehoused iu Chicago, and ! ! lüie wnwc waiting tor speculator prices, while ; its owners, to carry it, are willing to borrow at ! almost any rate oi interest or discount, ceitiin j of the rie if they cn contiol the market. And it may be aked why tbia can be done where money is rtpoi ted tcirce? We reply, it is be j cause the National Bauka are manufactunng I what tbey call money at tbe rate of three rail- lion? a week, and tht. in the batk statement for ! the past week in that city, we see, with a dc , crease of deposits of nearly $5,UU0,00U, tha binks had increased their loan? and discount i l.SoO,Oon. It is no wonder that flour is hih with a mil I lion of bushels of wheat held fcr speculation in ( Chicago by men who can borrow the mouey ; from National Banks to carry them through. No j wonder coal ii up to $23 per ton. The more money printed, the dealer of course will all thing uo. 1 be (peculators are thereby better able to borrow this priüted paper, which is irredeemable, but which we are compelled to receive as money, and any amount of which can be manufac tured to loan to these speculators on their pro duce. Well docs the New York Express ex- claim: "If Satan himelf haJ ascended from below and deTiectl mocey eclumtfl, he coald rjot hire quite equaled the legacy of mischief Mr. Chase left us, in his 'legal tender,' and his thirteen or fourteen per cent, profit for National Iiaok irre - ; deemable paper. Detroit Free Press. CLOAKS. &c, FOKKKTGK V la E N T , m iL r a( TUR a a a 0 CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS . t Cloth. Silk i'loil mid Drm 'J'r'unnrinff, ' tt Wualiiuston Mrrel, ISl-lAYAl't'I ! IM., i. Ii-ii3m (Opposite Palmer Houa. PARTNERSHIP. ( )par(ncrliip !oiirc. WK luve tbi dar a.fiated with us Iii bu-ine-t Mr. JOHN ii. CALDWKI.U fonuerly of K. B. ' Alvotd A Co. i Tba bnine will be cuDtlcued uudr tbe old tirui bame, I and itb our large capital aod increased facilities we I know we cau give ei.t re aatNfactian to tbe traJe. CKOSLAM, MACUIhK St CO. I luaianapo'.i, Oct. 2, 1SCÖ. octH-dAwtf Notice of Copartnership. f 1HI trerfifrnedhive this day formed acoparaer J ship under tbe name of Dunn A Karsey, to carry ou tbe busine. of (Ja Fitting, Steam FitCrg and Piuiab- in buinfs. All work cone tyviwilt be ?iarr,tea and dont 1 i We ak tbe pnVl r to !te p a trial and u!icit their psvon je. J. C. DCS. JOHN KAKNF.T. GAS & STEAM FITTERS & PLUMBERS, 3 and SO Krittiirky Avenue. ALL SO UTS Ol HITCIIKS OS HAND AT ALL time an I rurp'-h" at tbe ,iai.k rate, wys-dif OPaVKTaCK8UIIs. I 1 HAVE j and r from this 1 HAVE aocia'ed with niyelf in t'ae Livery, Sale boarding Maoie buvutM jotn A. Drew, wfc is day bav became a partner in aaid busiaeM. Tbe fcttslnesa of tbe new rrn wl be condncted at the old aland. No. ID Iat Pearl tre-t. In tbe rear of the Sentinel Building. Tbankicg the public 'or pat parriLage, 1 hape they aiav ee flt to cotiaue tbe ante. JOHN B. ÜUJVAX. of SUUJVAN A I'KhYY. liidiaLpvl., Alay . 15c& Diy3-dtf WANTED. KlaWI.M .11 CHIN ES. VGI.NT WANTED e'ery Tovb aad Couüty ta U the Improved Parker wiDf Machine. Price irwa lifty to t'ae HnDdrsl Dollar. Kntryttlc ajetti can clrar from oce banired to two hundred dollars per mon:h. rt J rr . with vtamp. r RANK KiCBARlM)Nt cctll-dAw'Jw Lock Box 13, Indianapolis. Ib4. "livkiii nrAiiL,!:. MXNRT AJ Saa. 11 c's lle.k KNRT AXUCJf.Naw T.rk Llvary and Bate Su ea 11 BB1 1 S.a. I farl.lr.al.la the rear er .rv. SPECIAL NOTICE. The Ilrldal Ch a tuber, an Taiay of Warn Irg and InrtTBCtion for Tmng Ven. Atao, Dew and re liable trfntaect for Dlf of the Urinary and 8xcal Sf tit mit aeotfree.lo ealed enrelop. AddrsaDr. J. FK1LL15 nOUGHTO. Howard Aioc;atiat rhUade! pbla.Pa. apr4-dlwly A Card InralldB. A Clerpjtnan, wtlle rekkling la Sonth America, as a nlonary, dircrrTed "fe and rtopla rexaady for tba fere vf Jrrous We ittseu, r.irly Deciy, Diases of ts Crtaary and Bemlnal Orjaa, and tba wbola train of dis orders brotigbt on by bateful and Tlcloas hatlu. Great namlri bar bea already cured by tbia noil remedy. Tronipted by a deira ta benefit tbe aXicted and ua.fai to tale , 1 will send the redpe for prepsrtrg and cIag this medicine, in a sealed eavelope, to aay one wbe needs it, Frt of Chary. Pa iBclaie a pot-!4 eareUpe aidresaed to yonr elf. AdJres JOSEPH T. I5V1A5, epO-dlr "tatiaa D, P.iMe Hote,yew TorkCity. "(;rent Oiaka Irons l.ltlle Aroma Tle rrorit hirasej known t tie bare an race fpring from cau.e o aiall a to aliaot defy detection. Tba volmoe ul tcientific lore tbat fill tbe table and tbelvea f tbe medical fraterr.itr rnljpota prove and elaborate these fact. Thtn aurd yourelree wbile jau stay. Tha kiuallett pimple en tbe hkin ia a tett-tale ad indicator ef Ifea-e. It mty fa!e and die away frcra tie surface of tbe body, but it will reach tbe vital, parbaps, at lat, aud daatb be tbe result and fiuat elote. Magiel' Cllioua Dyapeptk, and I iarrbo?a Pills cure wbere all others fall. Wbile fer I'.arr-, Scab', Cbilblaina, CuU, and ail abrawiounuf tbe akin, Mi;giei' Salve i infallible. Sold by J. Maggiel, 43 Ful:.n f reet. New Trk, and alt DT0git, at 2S centv per ho. aug22-dd'wly A CKOWN OF UMHtY. PVr.RY MAM, WOMAN and CHILD wbo ban sitJ STKHLINtl'S AMBROSIA. Is willing te recommend It. Tbref years of rapidly In creasiL taen have n a la tbe Anr,jrosia fainoov all ever U.e world. It is Warrnuted to riciitr. It cares Itchin? cf tbe Head. It makes Kewliatr grow on Bald llead. It prevent tbe Hair from Falling Oat. It reudera tbe llair Soft aud Glos.oy. Cleaiiaca tbe Scalp; Cool tbe Ilea ted Brow; Remove baud ruff; Cures Nrvou Headache; Cures Baldne?; Iu sure Luxuriant Locks; Inclines Hair to Carl; Supersedes WitfS Kill Hair Eaters. Good effect apparent atonc. TO THE LADIES WE SAY, Tbe Arubio.-ia will euit ytataT. Elegantly put up. Ifc'lkaidy I erfumcd. PatrenLed by Opera Singers and ActretlVs. fold la splendid bei or cartons, coataia injC two lare hett'.e Xo. '2 for Ttornlnp, Xo. 1 for evoning. Thei s no Jlistitke about it. MT.RLIXG'S AMBROSIA ia tba beat, mo.t agreeable and elective toilet in tbe world. Te prove tbio, try a carton. Suhl by Druggist!-. Sterling's Ambrosia Manufacturing Company, 213 Iii It oaa Ktre-ctt Mew Terk sp-25-dlwIy THE GBEAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. PROTECTED a LETTERS BY ROYAL PATENT! Frtpnred from a precrijUon cf Sir J. tTuri, it. I rhyiciin Extraordinary in tht Quem. Tbi inralaable medicine Is unfailing in the care of all those painful ud dangeroaa dleeaaaa te which the fa- malecwiistitutioHis subject. It moderate I obtnctloc, and a pedj care May he raited aw. TO MAUUIED LADIES 11 Bwc-lUrlj ..iteal. It will I. a ah.rtti.a bri.a; oa th nontbly P1100 wltb regularity. Kch bott' Price 0nft D"r. b" Government unap ofOreat BrttaiB, to prevent counterfaita. ! CAUTION. ,. ... .,..,.,. , , . t - - m FIRST TÜRKS MONIES f rrrjnanty at tty art iure to bringen Ifitra-rriagi, hut many otJ.4r tinn tfy art . In all raes -A Nervous aud Spinal Affectloua, Paiua la tbe Back and Limb, fatigue on slight exertion. Palpita tion of tke Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will effect a care when all other means have failed; and, al- I Xhough a powerful remedy, do not cob tain Iron, calomel, I aatimeny, er anything hurt fa 1 to the constitution. Full directions in tbe pamphlet aronud each package. Llcb ehoaid be carefully preserved. SOLD YALL DRUGGISTS iola Agent for tbe United Statea aud Canada, JOB MOSES, 27, Cortlant St., Sew York. Ji. B. $1 00 and postage ataapr enclosed te any aa ! hrlsd Afert will 1nara a battle, contaialag SO rill, I by return BsaM. dec5-deedwly tS"LKT THOSE WHO HAVE DOUBTED the virtues of Bill's Cktaov Bin is, if any suck there l-e, read the following certificate from gentlemen well known In this community, and dilt no more. Its general introduction into tbe arwiy will t. tba f tbonanl ef oi;r snldiers. LecisriLLE,Jab 3d, 1? J. We. tbe adcnlgned, have een the good effects of Dr. Juhx Bnx's Cxtbok Bmus In case ef general debility and prostration of the system, and believe Its general use would preveat disease and relieve much eafferleg. AmoBgour soldiers particularly wocIJ this be th cae, especially tboae wbe are eapo.Ned te tba tala.iaatir tn- ! Cuencea in tbe Southern disrate, i MAJ. PHILIP 5PEEL. Caüector IrU Rav. 3J Die. Ky t CDA8. B. COTTON, Collector of the Pvrt of Ia rd .a, 5; COL. H. DKNT. Provost Mar.Ual ueterat of Kentucky. kRY. D. P. HKJfDERSOS, Vice Preaident of Saui'a'y CBim4.inn HARNKT.HTQIIPS A CO., Pnbli'hers Demyrrat . GF.O. P. DOKRN. ; Proprietor LouieT.lie Anse'ger. ' HU;HE A PARKHIL1, ' WholealeDryOo.tleaters, Maiattreet. tatiis- I ville, Ky. UAU.", imi-.i (.vi, rYholeale Shoe Dealrrt, Main lreet, Loui-vllla HART A MAPOIIltR, Lithographen, corner Var'set are1 TbirJsrreeu Louisville, Ky. r. 1 1 r . ,'i)iipV 1 rf ' Jl'LlUH WI5TES. I Clotbit g Merchant, corner Third aad Maraet sts., t LouisTilie, Ky. CAPT. S 1. HILD RIETH, Of tbe steamer Major AnJara&. MAJ. L. T. THUKSTON. Paymaster U. R. Anw. C. 51. M ETC ALF, National Hotel, Loaisvill., Ky COL. HSSZ KATLES, 4th Kentucky Cavalry. UKOKGX D. PRKNT1CK. I.n'vile JoirtaL ilOl.D WBüLUAlI KT DAILY, UUClKlt A II LS II, T.I South IXerllfan it., ludiahapcLa. l.cö'S-dlyAwiataa GROCERIES. i.r rtirciia. e. i.batibci. ri.iri c iiuit a: DAViixa: cirs'rirVL. ghocehy, J tALER3 IN ÄTAPLE AND PINE 310CER1ES ß yarai aad leeie Wlaea aad Otgars.Qa-ae, WnUt'.H, Vnuta. vTeedew aud Willow Ware. -Na. 44 üarth PeoaaylvaBia ttrat,veaUathe Peat 02w,loJanpwt'.i auridtf RAILROADS. Atl.in.ic und (irf at Western RAIWAY, BROAD (WAGE TO NKW YORK. Two Through Ti.iiii Iail A IA TJKISA.IVA. CINCINNATI and NEW YORK And the Oil Regions of Penn, rilQE A. A Ü. W. RAILWAT COMPANY ARE DE X termined te do everything la tbelr power tp Quk the Broad Guape the quickest, safest aud mot comfortable railway in tbe country. Tbe engine's cars and other equipments are entirely new, and of tbe roost modern and improved patterns, unequalled by any other liue on this continent, lite iron on tb entire line M new and heavy, and the bridges are ail new and safe. The scenery is not aurpawd by any otherliue. Tbecars are wide, roomy and well ventilated. Passengers leaving Indianapolis at 5.30 A. If., by tbe Columbus A Indianapolia Central, make close connection at Urbana with the 9-.40 A. At. Express out of Cincinnati, tbe 7:40 P. M Mgbt Express, Columbus A Indianapolis Central; alo makes close and certain connection at Ur bana with tbe Night Kxprets on tbe A. ft G. W. Re.il way, which leaves Cincinnati at 10:50 P. X. Through Tickets for sale at tbe Union Depot, Indian apolls, and a, alt the principal ticket ofttcet ia tbe Fat and Went. Baggage checked through. Kate ef fare ax low as by any other route. In asking for your tickets be sure they read via Atlan tic 1 Great Western Railway. For particulars In regard to tha route, Ac, ee mall bills and maps. K. K. rCLLLR, i. McLAKKS, Cen'l Tickst AteuL Cen'I Sun't J. BURGESS BROWN. Pakenser Agent A. A G. TT. AUilway, .KtlO-dtnovl INDIANAPOLIS, INK BELLEFONTAINE RAILWAY SQQt33 vnxTiur, or ti.tit. o N AND AFTEH MONDAY, AUGUST 7tb, TRAINS : will leave Union Depot a folluwv 4.00 A. M , Express Mail. 4.00 p. M., Accommodation, '.for Union only.) P. y., Xight Express. TBSINa IkBITB FROM TBE CAST. 10.00 A. V. Accommodation. ia.00 Noon, Night Express. .50 P. M., Mail. R. BROVT.t, auS-dtf General Superinteadeat. PETROLEUM. W ABASil PETRÖI.KÜH ) AND COAL MINING CO., -AT COVINQTOISI, Capital Stork, ga.'J.IOtOOO, Divided into 65,000 Shares at $60 Each, INCORPORATED UNDER THK LAWS OK THK STATE OF INJDIA5A. WILLIAM DAI.R, erifew Tork, President, JOSEPH IST15K,C0Tir.gton, Vice Presfdeat. VT. D. KRRR, Secretary, JAMES XT. KING, Treasurer. X3 iootOxss. Boa. JOSEPH E. AfcDOSALD, Indiaoapolis, lodisaa " J0I15 R. C0FF0rU, Huntington. Indiana. WM. DALE, ICew Tork City. " JOSEPH W. NETTLLN, Attica, Iudiaua. " JOS. RL8TINE, CoTlngton, Indiana. , E.AI. BtcDONALD, Covington, IndUna. DAVID WEBB, Covington, Indiana. Orr ice Svutn tide Public Square, Coving ton, Indiana f HUE Company holds by les-e, and in fee, about X twenty thousand acres of the most select coal laiids in Western Indiana, bordering both aides of tbe Wabash river. Maps of these lands may b seen at the office of the Company, In Covlnijton, Ind., at tbe office of Wm. Dale, No. 25 Park Place, N. T.City, at the office ef Hon. J. R. Coffroth, Huntington, Indiana, and at the office of Roach A Ale Donald, Indianapolis. A reference to the report of the Hon. David Dale Owen, late State Geologist, will show that tbeae lands are situate in the midst of the finest coal fields of the State, abounding also in salt, iron atid other valuable mineral substances. Near tbe mouth of Coal Creek, where the Company La large quantities of lan is salt water has been discovered equal in quality te tbe Kanawha. Tbls water was pro cured some Zi years ago by boring, soon after, tbe On ondaga salt findiug its way down tbe Wabash and Erie Canal, Mr. Thomas, the proprietor, finding himself un able to cooele with it, abandoned the mauufactnre. Ia his bering he encountered that which recently dis closed facts prove to have been coal oil. Those lands all lie in close proximity to the Waba.b and Erie Canal, some of them upon its banks. Mr. John McManomy, the business agent of the com pany, Las returned from a tour ot observation of tbe oil regions of Pennsylvania, convinced that th lands leased by tbe company, in Fountain and Parke counties, has, so far as tbe general formation of tbe country and tbe surface indications present themselves, a stong analogy la the oil and mineral substancee aa found oa French Creek, Pennsylvania, where the greatest quantity and tk most valuable oil i found. Mr. UcMaaomy has pur chaaed fur the company tbe moat approved machinery, w ith aril the fixtures necessary for cpeiatlon, and is pre paricg with experience 4 workmen the speedy develop ment of tbe hidden treasure of the lands of the company. All the iodicea ef coal oil, found in localities where It has been procured, are strongly marked In Tariooe lo calities of tbe lands of the Company, affording every rational proepect of auccesa. The company ILlnka it aa necessary te make any other reference to the character oft lands other thaa the report and nip referred to. SlO0,GOO of the stock, being 3,000 ebaree, la prepoaed by Ibe Company to he oflered in the market at ene-half its psr Ttlue.be in per share, for tba purpose of aiding the Company in a speedy development of tbe j4Dda. apr25-dwtf THE nn)IANAPOLIS Is now pemssaently ergsniied and ready te ittea Fire Polkriea. Capital, $200,000. The Stockholders of this Ceajpany taari same af ear aioH repoaible citizen. Din r:TOK?: t. A. FlBTCBBB,.B.. W. H.TaLBorr. A. L. Roacai. I. J. Paca. Aera-LS Joaaa, OurvaTersiT, A.I. VtsTO. TaoaasA. Vobbib, W.iia" lioasaaoB. 0 See at preeeat ia tk Sickicg Faud Baillicc, rraer Af Pean'vlvania itreet aad Virginia avenue. TTTTb pat-tnaca of th. public Is aoltclted. 1 Alix.C. Jaai0!i, iecretary. eaayl-dly SOLICITOR OF PATEfiTS. SOLICITOR OF PATEIITS, Wnstilngton City, D. Si S. FAH3T STOCK, late Examiaer TJ. f. Patent I 0. for reference sea ClTcnUra.-Oea.TbeB. . atorrta, Oea. Jse.Lcve asJ Can. J. J. RayaolJs yia-di& PROFESSIONAL JAhtF.1 BluBIV J. vT. DE5TXR. CHX. F.PFCK, Ofltdiina. OfCalJora!. Of Illii.cU. HUfilli:, DHNVCK a l'E( Ii, ATTORMEYS b COUfaSELORS AT LAW, WASHINGTON'. D. C. WlLLpracttreia tke fapreme Courier the Talted Statea , tb Conrt ef Llaici, axJ the Courts cf the Di-.trlct f Col am bi a. CiaJaaa and Dprtnot Bwai naw1ll reclT prompt attatloa. IO0f. o.:i5 Ptret, letwen r'unfLth icd Fifleentk atreeti. teplJ-dSm MAanx at. B4T. joiTi w. araooji. RAY aV GORDON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Offce, Nua. 10 and II New A Talbott'a Building, South of IWofrke. apl3-a ly T. A.aisnaicti, a. a.rtaaii a. B.arsa. HENDRICKS, PERKINS & HORO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Iiiciis iinpollH, Indtnnn, OFFICE TN A BUILDINO. Jy1-dAw3aa DONNALLY & SWALLOW, uro Office .los. 7 and ft i:dcit's rtlotk I nit Market st.9 near ttae I. c. IXDIAXAPOIJ, INI. TKF.TH EXTRACTED WITHOUT TAIN. VLL operstions appertainin? to tbe Profession per formed In tbe anot scientific manner. Satisfaction guaranteed In all caeea. KpH-d6m WM. A. Irvt 1. W. M VOKft. LOWE & M'CORD, ATTORNEYS A.T I-A.'W, tlooin Xa. 5, Illarkford'a Illorkt e-1.1m lND!A2fAP0LIS, IND. KOBKRT F. ÜEXCK, .M. I)., PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON, JrkFFICE, 2X0. ü, KCOND STORT, VINTON'A 9 Block, Oppoaite the Post Office. ITF RESIDENCE 3forh East Corner of Ohio and Delaware streets. auglt-dtf DR. A. . SEIiltlAN, PHYSICIAN AXI) SURGEON FF1CE NO. 10 VIE3INIA AT15UE KESIDE5CX. il I KOSTE A LA RA MA ST. aa IS LIVERY STAPLE, &c. XEAV LIVERY ASP SALE STABLES! W. V. OO!. J. P. STCfcfc.TT. VOOD & STERRETT, COURT STREET) IN REAR OF POSTOFFCE, HATE JUST COMPLETED A LARGE AND WELL arranged Livery and Sale Stable, and faraihed it with therery best of stock. They ar also prepared t HOARD IIORSICS, And Lavint experienced Hostlers will lnmre the best rf attention. The patroaage of the public la aolicited. Tha stable is centrally and conveniently located In tke Rear ofTalbott aod Kewi' Block and tbe Tost Oflke. I.NDiaxaroua, Asrust 21. 1S65. aoi?l-dtf LAW SCHOOL. LAW SCHOOL. T UK NEXT SESSION OF THE LAW SCHOOL OK the yorthwestarn Christian University, at Ind ananolis, will commence the frit Monday of December. and contiona four montha. The Professors of this Institution are Hon. David Ale Donald, L.L. D .U. S. District Jadge for this State; Hon. Charles A. Kay, one of tbe Judgea ef the Supreme Court of Indiana, and Hon. Albert O. Porter, late Reporter of the Supreme Court of Indiana Theebarader of these gentlemen as lawyers give sufficient asscraace tbst th. .School will be conducted ably and efficiently. The Course of Instruction will embrace two annual tetslona of four mcntba earh. Tbe object ia to give to every Staden! smrh a training la tbe varioas branches of the Common Law and Equity, in tk Code of Practice aod Pleading, In Constitutional Law, and in the Joris prudetice of tbe United States, as te enable blni te enter en tbe practice snoceasfnllyi Infraction will )e given by day lectaree and recitation In the Text Book a and a weekly Moot Court. The tn!t1oa I "i per eion, payable ia ad vame. Thia emhraeaa all feea, except the diple-ma fee, wbkh is For further particulars, sJdress Hen. David MrDonsM, al Indianapolia. ELIJAH GOODWIN. aepK-dSm Prea. Board Directors, H. W. C. U. PROCLAMATION. MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. WUSEEAX, the Common Council nf tbe City r In dlauapoliln Mtsion AagJt -Rth, lCi, a.loj.'t d the loftowiug resolution: Whereas, In the opinion of the Council danger exit from dogs running at large of tba extn-nn of Hydro phobia; tberefore.be it Resolved, That the Mayor be aod be is hereby directed to issue his proclamation agaiat dog rnnning at large, for sixty days, according to tie provisions of the ordi nance en that subject. Therefore.the nadrsigned, Msyor f s:d city, in pnr aaaace of such direction, iaoes this proclamation, or dering aud requiring all persons owning and harboring any animal of the dog kind, to confine tbe Käme for ality days, frwa aad after the firet day of September, 14", by good aud inCclent anfan,to hit or ber loose, oat-bouie, atore r yard, te prevent the aame from biting or balog btttea by other animals, or to casts tha aaaae ta be ae carely aad carefully cnzzM. All persona failing to comply with tke foregoing re ajairraaeata are Labia te be fined twenty dollar., aad it ia lawful fer aty person to kill, and it I tk du'y of tbe policemen to kill, all dogs found running at large withoat wearisg a savrzle as above mantioned. Wimeoa any Signatare, and the esl of .ail City, this 30tn day ( Aajfnet, 1H3. aaJl-dtf i. CAVEN.Mayav. REAL ESTATE. 6C. FOR SVTK. 15 Very Desirable Lots, ON BRADSHAW ST., Within 200 Feet of the Yirginia Avenue Line of Oars. rpnuKsa: lots will bk bold at a tirt low X pric oa Uaf credit, tk prnrchasM required t bniUf n each Let withia a gfvea time. For partKntara appty at th. Kc af th. Cltix.a' treat Railway CewpaT.y. tL. a.ciTHr.Rwoa. Iadiaaaavaha, Aeril 24. IPCS apr-4(r rJcKernan & Fierce, RRAL CSTATB AGDXCV Firyt Door East of Palnf r üonsf (üf STAIRS.) JITZ BATE FOR IALS HOUSES AUD LOTS 19 r ur the uty r zaajaaapoua, aa ihbi m ransj Ing Lands tn this Slate, aad will all tewar thaa eaa t parckatJUwhre fsbTl-dAwly SUGAR. Illicit. I'. H. Sitsnr. 23 do Cuba do., 500 1UK. Vrllow do, 20O tin rusiirl. Io lcrcl aa4 J ran it la If d do. TOR 5ALK BT IIA 11 1. ert !15t HAXCllCIA. r.AFiirm, hp C O P FER. COO UngH 11 1 o Co fl ee, 100 do Lngtiyru do 100 Pocket Javn do 50 Tints TInnilln do i.S Jlng;, Jamaica do JCT KICEITED A!0) FOR I ALE P.T r.ilCI.A HATCIICll, .rp'.- dlit L1F ATETTF, UD. T Fi A S . iOO Half ClirMs Tea, norlrd, i'VO norv do do FOU SALE ET IIAKI.A II TCIirit, .ej.-.tl-i I.AFATFTTE, 15D. WK HAVE THE I.ARC.FST STOCK OF GROCERIES! VTe bae eer Tred tie trade, cwuaiaLug of SYKbTS. CANDLES. SOAPS. SPICES. rowDF.i:. SHOT. LEAD. rERCUSlllN CAPS, FI UK CRACKKKS. EN(1LIU SJDA. SALEKATUS, PErPER, PIMENTO. OINOER, CLOVES. MUSTARD. NUTMEG!. CASSIA, TAR. AXLE UREASE. PITCH, ROSIN, RICE, RAISINS, CHEESE, CRACKERS. CANDIES, STARCH. PAPER. ENVELOPES. BASKETS, MATCHES, HOMINY. OYS TENS. PIPES. t'lCAUS, FLASKS, ULASS, TUMBLKKS. CHOCOLATE. (SRAIN BAGS. CHEWING GUM, TOUACCOES. CORD A OK, 11LACKIN0, DRUSUES. 1IROOMS, TWIN ES, WICKINU. BATTING, CATSUP, PEPPER SAUCE, LICORICE, BORAX. CON. LYE, CUDBEAR. INDIGO. COPPERAS, EX. LOGWOOD. CHALK. MADDER, ALUM. EP. SALTS. BRIMSTONE. SULPHUR. SALTPETER, BLUE VITROL. BAKING POWDER. WHITING, FLAW EXTRACTS, CAMPHOR, CREAM TARTAR. MACKEREL, COD FISH, PICKEREL, WUITE FISH. HERRINO. DAIRY SALT, INK. VINEGAR. SARDINES, ENGLISH SAUCE. i:aki .v iiat:iiek, AV IlolcMU l w 1 ! 4 . LAFAYETTE. !ND. aep'2M-dl5t felATIONAL DANK. TUB FIRST NATIONAL ' DM OF INDIANAPOLItt 11 TBE oSclal depository and financial agaateftke I United States, and wUl famish, n tbe most favora ble terms. All kinds of United States Bonds and Reyenne Stamps, And wt!i bny and sellOold, S.lver. Exchange, Gavtra. meat Vouchera, Orttera oa Washington, Slate Sleeks aad Public Securities of every description. Collections wiil be promptly made, and every kind of bainess attended to tbat belongs to legitimate baaaJng. Regular cuatemera are only charged per ceat. spea Loana obtained at tbia Bank, and tee meat ample pre visiona ar mad for tbeeafe-keepltg ef Deposits aad fer tbe accommodation of Depositors. la addition to the retponaib lity f tbe Untied SiaUe for the liabilities of tbe Bank, the Stockholders are ladi xldoally responsible to tbe extent of their stock. La addi tion to tke amount invested In auch sharea.taa afferdlaf tbe moat ample aecniity te the public. The following are the present Bleckhelders of tk In atltaticn Wm. H. Engli.h, VT. RJotslnger, l-e wis Jordos, Deloes Root, Jer. Mclyene, J. F. D. Laniei , of It . T ., ftov.O. P. M ort ot) Hen. John J.MotTi.oD, Gea. Lax. oble, Hon.Ovrar B.Bord, Ron.T. A. Hendrkks. Hon. Da rid KÜgare, Hon. James A. Cravei... UoB.JohnC. 5ew, Hon. T.M. Sullivan, Rev. VTaa. A. Holliday. Pmf.C5.lodd. J. Geirrt ßulz, tJeorge W. R gg Robert Browning, W.J. Holliday, W. IU U el Iowa v J. M. Maxwell Wm. H. Fry, A.J. Hay. K. R. Parker, J. I Hoiten, TfiRlcw, Lan'ar A Co , J. A. Roaa. Wtn. Breden, KerJ. r.Tutlle, John W. Murphy, Judge F.M. Finch. Wm. wniard, A. Baldwin, D. W.Seble, IT. O. Rockwoei, Daniel Henneatey, James Powers, J. L. SlaeghUr. Iucian liiUa, W. 8.T. Mortui., Barnabas CofEu, John C. Berel Dr. J. M. Oaaloa, H. B. Fitch. Dr. J. LI. WoodlBi Joe. C. Wright, Jeba Hendricks, k.J. Danibrth. JametUreene, A.D. B.;::rgi!y. W. W. Leathera, Jaar.ee Wlaalw. Jaly" VINES. LIQUORS. CtC. WIHE HOUSES ! IOI.TIS IVJVG, air South llcricli.in treel, (SENTINEL BUILDING.) T M PORTER OF XH15E AXDCHAMPA051 WIRJ; I Otard aad Cogniac Brandies; Holland Gin; Jaasaioa turn aad Cordials. Alo deader ia CeUwbe Wtaea, Still and parkLng, of the meat approved hraxtda; Ravxheei WklAy; Peach Erandy; Catawba Brandy; Steck Ab; Porter and Br, aad E.tlera of varioas kinda. Thaa or ticlea are all otTarvd for aal by tha batil. or targee OjUaLetlf i. O'u'y Rkin4 Wine for tale ea drauU. IMPORTED CIGARS and TORACCO. af the cheaaeel brand, wUl b kept conalaatlj ea Bao4. JT7Baving ttud up a neat establUkmea', and Cor lag tar laic ody par articlea anal f tk beat aaitty. the aabcribr h.pa la rcir. a S. aaUciia, a UBara k are of the patronage "f the pat 1 r aarlT dtf LOUIS U53. n. TI. SPICEU & CO., REAL BSTATB AGIINTSa AND NOTARIES PUDLIC. No. .20 1-2 North Illinoii Street Indluuupollo, lud.