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I I A I I if iMtit 1 I i rL. a-sv U3ciw-j r umii'r.unMw i. Ä ... - mm tnmwffwnVTWT. II. I UOKIMY M0R2UN0, OCTOBER 30 n.iLr. or Tin: fttaTisr.t To pat at rest the carrerous report wtica I . r , . , .. , .. ' .... tn I regard to the tale of the Settictl, we will state that on Saturday last we disposed of the news paper part q! the Sentloel tsUbUahroext to Ueairt. IIall k HcTcniraojr, who Uke possts ioa on the ltdyef oreiober, from which liana nr ccnntci.cn with it ceajcs. We still rr. laia the soachUfiry, preasca, book and job type- Bj this srrangemett the publication of the Sactia! will be continued onder Democratic aipkef . aad remain ai It bit been fcr the lat twenty-fire year-, the central orgao of the Demo eratie narte of Icdiaca. The Sentinel will be . . . . . . u . I pabliahed in its present shape acd place ol busi- I sets, until the tew proprietors have the opportu tity to procure th tjpa and miteriiii ta enlarge and otherwise iicprove it, and remove lbs office to their own place of business The arrangement for tbe future editorial con duct of the pper bare not yet bee J accom plished, but the tew wopHetors hooe to have everything In a workinr order in a few diys. It la the intention to dace the establishment on a permanent focndalion, and nike it, in every respect, worthy the support of the Democracy of Indiana. We will adi that this tranfer of the Sentinel baa tbe approval of the leading De.Tio crate of this city. AJ-JOTIIKIC CIVIL. WAU I'ltOII A lll.lt. - It If known t) all our readers that the late Abolition Republican party by their continued iotermeddling with the institutions and domestic affairs of tbe Southern State-, and tbe denial to I them of thefr constitutional lights, irriuted them into the late terrible civil war, which it required the entire power of all the people in the 2forth onuea to suppre, auu .u. .BiaaMa w,.u . - i i .v- , - . u:v. I cost of me sacrtcce or, at leisi, a quaner oi a million of valuable live, and laid upon us a debt .which, if paiJ, must reduce to practical serfdom - most of the labor.es: mttiion of the Nation for ages to come. When this war broke out, the Republicans. terrified at th) calamity they hid brought upon the country, and de-irous t" remove from tbe public mind, as much as" poible, the rcmem braoce of their guilty action iu the premises, dropped tie name of Republican, and assumed that of Union party Dytbe united efforts of tbe people of the North, the rebellion has been - fuppre!ed. African slavery, in name, abolished, and the negroes transferred from their humble cabin? to the mag nificent Government boarding hoose, tnder the charge of the Fteedmen'a Rjreau, and here cn Jj the first act in tbedram. Tbe second now commences. Tte fraudulent party name of Union is dropped, and the Re publicans retppear, upon the atae, unier their old name, and ia their old character of inter meddlers in the affYirs of the Southern Stitc and disregardlc3 of their constitutional rights, in which course they will probably agiin pursue, as formerly, till they provoke acccocd civil war, perhaps core btoody and ii.T?'rou thsn the first. Indiridoila and S;t.ta are, an I justly, ntcej saxily, ever extremely jcalouj of their rights, and resent the seniles; intention! vi ohtion of them. Our own revolutionary war furnishes vivid il lustration of this truth it i. often sail our fathers weet iuto thit wir cd ea irt of iho ua- just interference of Eajrhud with the tightiof tbe Colonic to tLe eit'-i.t ot a penny a pound on tes. Coming cow to tbe ciss ia tnt.1, we have in the United States four rniliiouj of African be groes belooginic t a race, the lowest in intellect - uai and moral grade, by niture, a science bis de- - XQOnstrated, of ary of the hunun fpeies, Mad of such characteristics that they never can become homogeneous with the whi:e, the highest, by . xuttuxe, in intellectual and moral grade, of auy ot tbe human race. These negroes are mostly io the Southern State without fault or exclusive : Agency on the part of those States, but through i the agency of our Mother Country and Northern tradert. Rctwecn these two races of whites and blacks there is a natural nntagoni.in, and they can live together only by ciears ol tbe- fixed and settled subordination of the infeiior race, when made freedmen, to the superior; the former must be, to preserve peace and barmoay, unJer the general guardianship of the latter, which can only be maintained by securing to ths former their civil rights, such, in general, as minora en joy, and limiting political rigt t to the superior, the -shite race. This ia the theory which prevailed at the for nation of our Government, and baa since, in tbe main, been acted upon; it is tbe theory upon which the Southern States deaire tiill to act, acd it is adm ttel that it is V rijht of thote States, undtr the Constitution, to ttct upon this theory if thry stt Jit to do so. ow for the interceJdling by the Repub bwans with this right of the Southern States thus to act, which, if persevered iu, must, and justly would, excte a new civil war, or a peaceable separation of the States. In tbe Convention tl at framed our Constitution, and in those of the States that adopted it, it was, as will be seen by looking into the Madison Tapers and Elliott's Debates, a question of eome difficulty to determine the rule of apportioning Representatives in Ceo' gress among tbe Sutca so as to preserve to each its juit weight, power acd icduence for its own protection in the confederal of States then being formed; for it wis detrrmmed that a consolidated Empire should sot b? allowed to ex ist. Io arriving at tbe rule of apportionment, that Oi tne weaun ot me iever-1 Mates was alecnseed, aIo that of maktnz voters the bails of apportionment, bat it was finally settled that population fhould be the rule, as beet calculated '.o secure the just relative weight of each S:ate in tbe Congress of the States united, of determining how many members each State should have in Congress, eaving each State to determine bow and by bom berquota should be elected ia the States. Ia counting population, free persons, xaea, wo - xaea and children, black and white, were enume rated. This ia the rule of the Constitution; but unier i ia all the Elites sutwttntitHy. the whites are alone allowed to elect the quota of repre sentatives apportioned to a State. This is tbe ease In Indiana, and our people di not want to ebaoge that practice. N eg roe don't legl!r Tote in Indiana. Bat, as the great body of the negroes are in the South, and the Republicans desire to force the States there against their will and in violation of their consti tutional rights, to allow their negroes to vote, they propoas to change the Constitution to as to apport:cn repräsentative a mo-; the States upon voters, whereby, as the Suth has the vastly smaller proporiicn of whites, they snay tbaa deprive tbe States South of their just power, which our fatbeis gave thsm, Xr the r own protection, io tbe confelera-y, prostrate them as hewers of wood and drawers of water to tbe bocdocracy of tbe Eist, or force them, in order to eav a themselves from saoh derra-ied Vnmntatloii and ott than colon!. derttuJecc. I ,.v.,rHii Nop winihrll U - atopter AI tt ngi.oi acctann t woo soau - ...... ..- Toletl ,, ijoiuw w m oauoiiw 13 im S'atc tl proration to apportion tesreaao-I ti e proposition to apportion tepresao . -iilUi.t t I . ' ' I ... Ia.rfcn.atfa witl lTm.1:tl m " ' factory operatives, conititut;c2 a ratke her temilc very Urge por- lion or Ler toaalation. indeed, sbe win rcast all h?r womea and cliliren. acd begroas too, a tbey art to lew as u i manageable, voters; Iowa Till oike ber Indians, California bar Chices, ate; acd where. ask. will the South bo in the Congress of the United S:attJ, c&!eM she asccambs and earreLJcrs ber rxi'i to the p-meion of cegrcci, with all the Horror- tnat tue Kepnblicans. w,tn iefgT.ea sor- row, but ill concealed joy, admit muM alt?nd ... . . . a a the ve-t! We bate bo hesitation in saytn bat if the orojDailioa ta bise the tpsortioament ot ntx (V'""7 - " VJ rr-" bers ef Conijre imoc; tbe Stte opoa voters. shall be acted upon, this Republic wiil cot out liee the erent far tea years, nnleis. with that proposition this other should be aceepted, that Conerc-n should ttke from the tbtatee and veil in th General (ioverbuent the r'jbt of dictating ho aoirht vote in the States, and this would of enJ lke Rpuic of our f.theri. tiii; rniAi .novitTioT-sixiirr l'OMTKMI, AMCIA I lO.t. The Journal t! spainiDflid over . few re- mirks we uisii "oms dy a'j, in which we ic ititsted a comparison hi teird to the avoeei declarations of the Republican press ai to what constituted irciiiu a year to, and their ilence now ia an anaUgous case The ground t.kcn by ike "Government" then f, that the Sons ol Liberty was a secret military Organization, not recogn:i:i by the law. of the dtate or of the United States; hence it was "illegal and treon able." Ton position, if insisteJ upon, will cer tainly involve the Republic-ia secret political or- fran:zti3n k&owu a th L jyil Leajrue in tile j j lrtiS)nAb!e aUj W oa!. referreJ tO the matter, however, to show how easily the Re. publican puty ctn change ita vies as to what constitutes a crime agiint the Government. Tho Journal ini?ts that the S)ns of Liberty was a treasonable organisation, and intended to give aid and asiitacce to the enemy in time of war. Nothing of that kind has been proven, or can it be What is loyalty to the Government? There can be but one &nsert this 4ue.-:tion, and that is fidelity to theConMitution. Uis it yet been shown that the Sons of Liberty, as an or ganizatioo, we speak not of the acts of a fci men who acted upn their own responsibility entirely, violated any ol their c institution U cb ligations or proposed i 1 anything more than to sustain the'r constitutions.! rihb? Every member of the organization was arora to sun port the Constitution of the State of Indiana an i the Constitution of the United States, and it would bare hid no aupport upon any other basi. The Journal charges that tho Sons of Liberty organization "m pun-hasic arms to be used against the Government cf the United Stites, and plotting to create an iasjrrect:oa in favor of its armed enemies." Thee alIegitiou3 are un true. Inere is do foundation for then whatever Nothing of that kind was shown in the trial before the Military Commission in this city. In fact the most rigid investigations into tho ho!e affair could not develop any evidence, to fr gs this State was cou 'rntd, to dsf3oaritc i.n com pliciit upon tho part of the orginiai!io;i of the Sons of 'Liberty v.iih any plots and scheme! against the G r sr'iun m of the Uuited S'ate? All that could .ba iou a3 that a n rry fe if men, not over eht or ten persons, hod con cocteJ orae visionary a;heyio in which they re ceived no ail or encouragement whatever or had any power to cirrr out In f.ict, members of tbeorjinixition, when ther hotri su:h schemes had existence, were the Urt ta com forward to nip tLeai in tbe bi:J. The meaibers of tha Sons of Liberty, as a boJv, understood it to te a se cret political organizition intended to offset and counteract tba "Loyal League" and to aid tbe triumph of the Democratic party in the pending election1. No other purpose was entertain? 1 by the members generally, and certaiuly no treason able or insurrectionary ehernes were or would have been entertained by them. We have eaid thij much to vindicate the mem bers of the organization from tbe unjust cbargea which have been arrayed against them. They have it in their power to fully vindicate them selves from the foul aspersions which have been made against them, and we presume they have only waited nntil reson, tbe sober second thought, had resumed its 9way over the public mind. Tbe Journal rays we made a slanderous com parison betwen the Sons of Liberty and the Fenians. Not so. The Sentinel has given every evidence of its ympatby with the Fenians in their efforts to redeem their native land from English thraldom. The telegraph says that the Fenian Senate, at its late eeiou in New York, had devised tbe way and means of restoring Iritb nationality. If so, we bid them God speed in the glorious, work and in the effort tbey will have tbe earnest wishes of every friend of free gov ernment for its succesa. CSIt appears from the article below, which we copy from the Gaxette, that a movement is being made by the Cincinuati stockholders and creditor of the Cincinnati and Chicago Railroad to recover it from its p resent possessors. The subject is one ia which a very large cumber cf people in this State are interested, nd they should tavo their attention to it. It is a fact that thoe who fir.t subscribed tbe stock and built the railroad of Indiana, spent their money, not for their own benefit, but for that of the public, and a few stock jobbers and speculators who subsequently got possession of the road, aad, in many cases, ft is feared, by some species of judicial legerdemain. Where such was the ce, the wroDg ought to be righted, if it can be. Whether the road in question falla mithin this category, we cannot say. The ceurts must settle all jiucn q-jttions: Tt the Gajatta a b:w KAtLaoau LawsciT ciscxmxati amu cbi- CA60 lanaoiD. That pait ot this road from Richmond. Indi ana, to Logansport, a distance of about lUb mile, has lor several years pat in the posses sion ot a party of New York lessees and o.her Wall street railroad men, without paying rent or any ether consideration to the etocV.l.oIders for! its use, " Jby contract with the Corajuny, bv i;s Board of Director, they were bound to do. As the rebellion is now over, and renocscon vertLt with the facts acd history of this matter nave returned to their homes tn Ohio and Indi ana. the time has arrived for the shareholders of this road to take lej;al measese, without further delay, to d.?poses these men of it, as the stockholders have been plundered long enough. Two or tbree law suits of th s ame character, are nw ia propres in the LVtrd State; one of theai is by the shareholders aad creditors of the Kentucky Central Railroad, from Covington to Lexington, and a few miles fur ther, to recover possion of that road from the bondholders, which there is no douht they will succeed in. ae the equity ef the case is Immensely in favor cf the stockholders and creditors Tbe claim of the shareholders of the Cincin nati and Cnicago Kailroad Company to tbee ICS miles of tbe road, can be made a atronrer eae for the stockholders, either in law or equity. W.m ... I. . I. til t. . . f tumu in nuj ji oi iaV utl KICO 9Ttt PrOUgbt tB any curt io tb United Stats- as rrbci tbi la Indiana a qairur swtioo oflsod. or a I.Ani inj Iflt he! 1 ha ark wak a titla aa tbe I gw York le-and their luirr.biTi todwnd on. I I writer ot ir,i arucie is oir-uoiocr in i i road, and underiUoSa hat La is writing I about, acd fee's a atrocj tetereat In tbe sorces I of this proposed movement; an J now sounds tkis I burle call for tbe immeotate attention ot every cre - Jitor and shareholder of th;s company, 1 3 the sut'ject of this rommuuioaiioa. And, I also ay, that when tkt. in this mat ttr is decided on by the stockholders, co nan la.t had a hand to breakrng üua thus old com pany and swamp.ng it, either from want of bust cea cspacitT, or otberwue, aaut be entrusted with place or power, either as ttort-r or direc tor, in tti new movement. Krjrn $2,500.001) to $3.00.000 ol stock of thia railro'! ha been iseue-d, and the Urgent I tvirtion of it must be held he Wettern men and I womtn B(1 pajd for. and i ,Eain 0Q the holders of it to determine, both individually and sr - J ' I also n the ccoeral raeetiDC of shareholders (which will aoon be rlleJ.) that tni railroad rill shall be recovered tv n. if thre b hw and equity in the land. N. Wendell Phillips on Ilrecher lie De claree for tlie Impeachment of the rrcildcnt. Wendill faiLLin l made a speech in New York, iu wbcb be declare for tbe impeachment of the President, ai d attacks IIexit Wats Ilttcuia. lie says: "Lorr cHXESs roa a ra.rosat. ro turcacu tbe raisiDxxi. My charge agaict the President is. that he has deoauclied the moral ene of the Notth on this question. Load applause 1 My charge aeain.t tbe President ot tbt Uaited State is. that he has silenced the Republican party on this queation. If it wcie possiote and con?itent with the nature of our Government, now is the time contemplated by the lathers, when such d migirftrate febuld be impeached: tremendous chterm . hen the entering t-ubsi Jtd, two or three hiie were heard troco Iricbtttcei Repub licans, and liieee being euctinued, were drowned j three several times by great eheciing "VNhat does President Johnson represent! He rcprcscr.u his will, with niue Slates to bo re constructed behind him. lie represents the slave power that conquered in 1S3U. There are be tiiud hi iu tbe liiue Stateä lo be recoLttruct-tl; the democratic party is on his right hand; the Administration patty ia on bia leu band. The slave power, like tbe old legend ot Laccoon, has encircled and crushed the hie out of the Repub lican party, and out of Plymouth Church pulpit. Laughter and applause J Yea, I' reaped tue impulses of that gallant apostle ot liberty, ilenry Ward lietcher. But that epeech ot his is one ot tho most dismal r igna ot tbe times- It iciLt have been made any time twenty yenr ago. It has the very tono of Northern submission to the slave power of tbe white rco of the South. The very extent, the whole flavor of tbe ppecch, is worto than tbe argument. It is the same tone in which Webster talked when be got down low and ate d.rt betare Southern power.. It is the very tote ia vnich Itucbanan tlked when he gut lower than metr thought possible. It is that name tone of a polo giziog for Southern political sius on a d.flcreut basis from Northern political tins. The i're.i dent will, undoubtedly, a.iy in Lis message that be goes for suffrage, as he said in hia interview with Mr. Stearns as a private citizen. If he lived in Tennessee he would advocate it. I have no doubt be would; he has iojigbt er.uugh lor that. And Daniel Webster was an Abolitionist, except for the restriction oi the United tfiAtt Constitution. Millard Fillmore talked m good auti-alavcry doctriue as I could, only ihs.e was a certain pirchrnent betweeu him and r.ciing Even Franklin Pierce had anti slavery moments, hut co ai:ti slavery acts " Laughter A Seniutlon Story Alleged. Ursunlza. Hon of Veteran to i:eit tlar Itoura-tj- I ax. Tbe Pittsburgh Chronicle of tlo Q21 publishes the following letter, hut r.) it en tut vouch for its correctne-s: CicaancLD, Pa , O t. J, lb65 Editorh Chroxicljc: I nuw take the present oppoitunity of telling you tbe way things are carried on in this part of the country. For the last few weeks the old soldiers are organizing iuto compiiiies and refcinient for the purpose of resisting tho collectors when tbey are collecting thu bounty tax. They say tlut men that had arty of their boos in the army before the bounty tax cs me into existence, shall not pay a bounty tax to give a lot of cowards and copperheads fcr one year's ervite. Tkey are neaarly all old si l diera, and tbey get notbinz wluu they went to the army, nnd they sat thet their fathers shall not pay a big tax to give to cowards when their own boys were away fighting the battles of their country. It nothing tu tee fron Ptxtytoor.e hundred men drilling in tho w oods and tbey arc all armed with Spencer' and sixteen shooters, na vies and sabres. It is their intention to burn up all rnen'e buildings that bad anything to do with laying on the bounty tax. In Indiana county, on tho I26th of September, when Gov. Curtia was in Indiana, they had a meeting in the woods, between there tnd tbo Rural village, and there was over SOU men present. Tbey held their meeting :n the woods at night It ia time there was Foraething done, for there i no telling when they will commence their work of destruction. Tbey are going to tear up the Central Railroad, to keep troops from being sent up into this part of the country. I heard some of them say at a meeting, that there would be a rise from Delaware to the Rocky Mountains. I have beard thera say that they would make their bounties off some of the old fellows that bad their boys all at home when the war waa going on. A man that had anything to do with the laying on of the bountv tax bad better be lighting out for some other pait of the country. Tbe first thing they will do will be to capture Pittsburg to get artillery. Little did they think, when they were letting the soldiers take their arms home with them, tbe'use they were going to make of them. I know ot two powder mills io tbe woods in this county Tbev are going to carry the thing on a bis scale. One balf of tbe men in this part of the county belong to this band of cut throats. They have their passwords and by-laws, almost the pa me as the Kniehts of the Golden Circle. J. O. W. Dlstabletl Soldiere. Immediately after the close of the war public attention was directed to charitable projects for the benefit of tbe gallant men, who have fought to save the lifo ot tbe nation, and have come back from the contest maimed and disabled. Tb Government very promptly turned over the bojpiul building near Columbus, Oaic, to that Scale, at the request of tbe lato Gov. Rrouh In Indiana, tbe lrge influence of Gov. Mortou and his friend, were directed to tbe establishment of a "magnificent home" for distbled suloiera ani eearaen, by voluntary contributions Tbe rerult of the eflorts for Gor. Mortou'a pioject Imve not been very btilliant. Some three thousand dol lar b-.ve been raised, and a few disabled ol dier are being cared for at Indianapolis. The motive wts right, and the project was urged upon the atter tloa of the people by Chaplain Loiier, in proe and song, and by manyot the it.Sucn tial newspapers very zealously. The want of success in the mterpriee to pro vide for the comfort ot the disabled soldiers of Indians, cannot justly be attributed U any want of feeling for the veterans, for it is the general de sire :o hve thecn taken care of and made oooifor tahlf The objections to the Governor's project may be ummeJ up thus: Too much charity and not enough of the soldiers' right, and the otj.ijn tion ot the State to maintain them and a rei-dein-t? fium bone, subject tj many of the r?tric tior.s ot the camp. All the enterprise of thia kind have beeu bised upon the rule of rucnarcb ialStatci in the Old Country, where cafte sepa rates the pvHp!e, and where individual exertion and enti.-priro i? no: so remunerative as in tbe Uni'ed Stites. Kven the experience of hundreds of year in tbe Old Wt;rliwere ignored and the philantht opits of this country commenced where England did hundreds of years ago. They adj;tcd Great Britain's plan just is that country was about to abandon it. Piv.minent among the reforms of the day in Lugland, i the abohuon of the vener.b'e and fa mom institution of Greenwich Ucepital, the Government baring discovered that tbe pension ers who et'joyed the privilege of the hospital would greatly prefer to leave it, and that the treasury would be greatly benefitted by closing it up and aiding tbe claae whom it has sheltered in different wsys An arrangement has there fore boen made to pay the patients who desired to leave Greenwich a small stipend, and permit theai to live where and a they cboae. Tbe old veterans who have for years been chafing at tke separation from their families, the irksome rules acd regulations of the hotpital, tbe enforced as- oc'atloa. often ruct n Denn zeal 1, with cacb otber. hailed tha charge with Jy. Every ont aK1a t traa-.t at nnoa tAtV K t Hutnr rallv chooin tb village bereit vouth was tsflt ti tt c ice to nasi tho rtaintm ol h We O. r.a lew trumns a wtti jnn;w m cica jor sueviteriee, acd cladly accepted a an ample al lowanc?, aaounts in tba agreate to many tbauiaodi of pounds a year lei than the expeo- (es of minuinin;: tbe hospital, ted botb ten sioners atd tsx ptjers rejoice at the mutually ber.eScisl rtforta. Madisoa Cocrier, (Rep ) vr.fri: i The UocbeUr Standard i discontinued. Cauic insufficiency ol aupport. Cl?tCI5aT! AND FctT WaTXI P.4ll.I3iD. At a mett z oi tne itreexora oi ice roau on me m . 1 T. . -1 1 . I 18th icft . the cCLTiction was expressed that luf - fidfnt ooM b9 tcb.eribed t0 the roa(1 to mtke .. r0. fn ,vA . Th. fjf,-!-- tahA: ' were auopieu: Resolved, That .o eoou as $200,000 is sub scribed to said road from the city of Richmond to tbe crossing of tbe V abaah, that said road be at once put under contract Resolved, That whenever a snfhc:eat amount of stork ia subscribed to make the Cincinnati and Fott Wayne Railroad ready for the iion from BluSton to Fort Wajne, that par; of the roaH be put unier contract Resolved, That in the opinion cf thia Board the present line of the Cincinnati and Fort Wayne Railroad i tbe true line on which to construct aid road, and we hereby declare our intention of adhering to said line until it .approaches the St. Mary's river, and from Fort Wayne to be left to the action of a practical engineer to felcct the bet aitj mo'i r r'iiiMb's ro..'; for the interests a of the lui J. JtLiA.v Moutwn 'It vrr between Morton and Julian in the "Buri,t Duuict" cOLtinus in intensity. One week ago SiturJay Xiieht last, His Excellcncv. notwithBUndins his deiicate health. viited Centreville. reproduced his Rich-1 raoml t-peech, and pitched ii.to the Julian cran, tho True Refublimn, which he said fhould be called the "Tiue Copperhead," heavily . The Rcpublieau rttorts upon the Guvercor, and ex poses the incon.iptcacies of his speech with Re publican idea", and, in conclusion, the cures the war into Africa: We regret to hear that the Governor did not even attempt to explain another iuyterious mat ter, viz: the const. tutio:.al history and pics-ent itatut of Lis hue latra adjacent to Centreville. His "old friendj nd neighbors" would have been more interested in tht subject tb:u, they were in an) thing he did s.iy. Finally of the Governor at presc-Lt, we lern that he is alou' embarking far Europe to rccupe-1 rte hu health, which has suffered from the c vre- j of State and other exhaustive labors Csl W.j T. Dennis is cur authority, at second band, lor ' this statement; so it muttbe true. We presume , tbe Governor wiil enlighten Louis Napoleon, an 1 j tbe otber crowned beü!, ytiteamen and pbihc-1 pbera ol the Old World by rehearsing to ibem hid ; Richmond fnecb, while, during his Lours tit" re ' taxation, ho will bifk. iu the eiuiltsof t;is--At muni, urau.i, uiiui, ui.; "v.u. as was, his wont in tho-'e happier diyi, hcu wtj - I. Im Ka-it f t Ii irn.r. f h .M'nM li.r. l'-. f.... were young.' Don voyage, Govcrnoi! aud unri tr.M ritnm uith r.n..Hl .Prx'M I. li.U i.w ! domain of liuo.ieiucm, and to th uns of your dutllul subjects, or whom n e leekon oiir--e!f among the chief. bTaMri 0 ItECEIFTi. - I lit loliOWKi on e- potrdencq explains itself: : "LaraTETTE, Indiana, Oct. 13, leCö. i 'Comtaissior.tr Internal Rerenue. Washing-i ten: I "Sir: Will you be kind etiough to iva us in- ! formation upon the following point. J "Firtt, '1 he railroad compnny receives troni us j a lot of goods lor hipnaent Who should fu:cihj the stamps lor the receipt.' "Second, Who ehould furnish the atamp for a receipted railroad freight bill, am'juutin to over $2U? "Tbird, Wc receive fioin the railro id company various goods for which we give them a receipt. Who should furnWh the etamp? "Please answer these qucsliuus in particular, without betosgia,; us wiih generalities. "Tours, 4c, CouiTOCK, IIowaed i Co. "TrEASIET DaPAETMENT. ST. j I. lb65.S Okfice of IsTfctNAL Rktenu WitHISOTOX, Oct 19 Gemlemks I reply to your letter of the 13th inst., that the law is silent as to which party eball bo at the expense of luruiahicg ttimps on receipts that are Bubjcct to Biamp duty. J his cilice has, heretofore, felt that it was notoLlia tory upon it to attempt a solution of the muter, and baa uniformly left it to be settled between tho.-e immediately interested, by the custom pre vailing among business men in different locali im, and by the laws and tiibtimls of the evcral States respectively. "Very respectfully, "L. A. RuLLlXr, "Depnty Commissioner. .Merj. CoiisTOCi;, Howaed & Co., Ltfajette, Indiana." The above demouetr ites ou:e ol the beauties of the revenue law. When the public officials are not able to '.onstrue, who can decide? Patents to Inwaxiass. Among the list of patents issued for the week ending October 10, we notice the following: To E. M. Coomb?, oi Memphis, for box for packing tirgs. To E. J. Green, of Valparaiso, for improved broom and mop bead. To Henry Jeffrey, of Vincennes, for improved claw bar. To Daniel S. Kochlcr, of Eikbait, for improved frtraw cutter. To Robert Wood, of Indianapolis, for safety valve for steam geaeratcrs. Instantly Killid. Oa Sunday evening lat, a man by tbe name of William McAnuny. a sec tion ha d on the Toledo, Wabash and Western Rtilw.iT, was instantly killed on tho track, at the bridge over Charley creek, west of town. Having the chills he had been t) town to get medicine, and was returning on the track, when the freight going west struck him at tbe east end of the bridge, and carrying bim nearly across it, left bis body, terribly mangled, ianging across the rail, ecverei in two. with nothing but his clothing and a small liaojCDt of tbe akin of L's back to hold the parta together. A man fome distance off, seeing a hat fall from the bridce to tho ground, 'apposing that ?ome one on the train had lost it, and stooping down to pick it up. discovered blood. tHe looked up, and it waft a frbockiog fight indeed; a man cut literallv iu two.bangirg & above described acio-- tr;- riii, tne niooa streaming aown trom bis Lea: on one tide, acd bis ectraila reaching almost io the ground u;on the other side Mc AnuuT w.i quite deaf, asd we learn that t ho en gineer gave no warning wbite7erou approaching him, tor did he ' op cr slacken hi speed after k:limg him, but c(l on as tnoogb nothing bad happened. If th i ie so, tbs matter ought to be locked into. 1 H-rr is tof rcnch care le?r.e on the rait of son:c of the conductors in pacing through towns, an there a great deal on the part of citiaeus in r. :'king and remaining on the track when they kww the. train is approtchinj. It is a great wonder thit there are not more lives lost in this way than there are W:ba-ih Tribune rro a racn ol Wilson's Haid. A correspondent writing Irom Mobile, Ala., saj of the track ot Wilson raid: Taking the waeon road from Montornery tj Seimj, 1 followed the track of Wilson's raid fifty mite, and a mar., though a fool, could net have errrd therein. A tropical torcedo neaer hil iziic üirtinet trictL ol ita coarse through the juuj:!e thtn th: ame raid his through the heart of Alabama. Not a Celd ia in cultivation, not a bouse ha beeu rebuilt, and cot even Las the r,tas rowa ov.r fie cauifine grounds of the cavalry. Herd and there the ruins of a once ftately mansion rise up drearily t-etore tbe trav eler, and five dignity to the picture of de!a lion Tne royal mapnoli still .tar.d in the yards, but the only :gn of lite acd happicev s among them the music of the mocking birds. There is only one respektable boue lett long this road. Why i; was spared tbe owner did not know. tat Munutkcture of Shoe. Machinery baa made a complete revolution in tbe manufacture of abocs. Formerly a man took his leather, and with tbe help of his wile, who did the binding, turned out finished tboea, not al ways band?one, bat csnally strongly made. Now a shoe or a boot pskm through etgbt different bsnds before it Is finished, and tbe great balk of the work !j done by taachinerj. A woman for merij, Lea stuchlcg fine enamelled leather, could cot take over eerca stitches In a minute. tow, with a rosctiine, she cao take 17j. It ia estimated that tbe MfiD by sewing machines, to tbe manaitcturcrs in ilsckusetts. is more thin $7,WO,000 a JMr. Tte savin? by res- ging machte is also large, though tot near o muca as tn&t. MASONIC. fUEr.E WILL BE A SPECIAL JtKITlXG CFIXDI. 1 mipo'i CecBcll No. 3. tbli iXondaT) tnnr at 7 a'clock, far work. CEU.S. FISHIR. Eerder. SPECIAL NOTICE. Chevalier's Life for tho Hair Will restora Gray Hair t It. 0UGI5AL C0LCE; 8Tar!0TBc a&d raoMcrts tie growth of tbs vtmn naia; itcp it failles; est In three dnys; keeps the head clean, cool and Lralthj; can b aiwi freely; eoBtaina notL;i)jinjT!rSoa;TaE BEST n.alR DF.F9SXXQ EVER OninZD TO TBE rcr.LJC; It 1 recemnenied and ü t ly the Crt nerliral authority. Sold at ta Drue Stores, and at my oSc, No 1,123 Prsadwsy, Ktw York I aare alt persons the above preraratiftn w do all that Is claimed fr it. oci30Jia2m " SARAH A. CHEVALIER, XI. rj LOST. Ol SLNDAY, AT THE CORNER OF MERIDIAN and Man land streets, a IUick ardTaa Terrier Pod. Had tn a red leather roUar with ilrer plate en the top rcarke Frank. A HWal reward w.lll, paid for h'. retnra 13 Vet Maryland tUtit at rarcr.i, ilacastey k C t oct3U-d2t RAILROADS. 3KLLEF0NTAINS HAILWAY ceiascsr or tijii:. N AND AFTU2 M0NDAT, OCI03ER S.Vu. W train will Iar Urion Ipt ai foltowi i.m A. M.f itipress Mall. 4.00 P. f., Accomraodatiou, ;f .r Lr.in anlr.,. P. II., Night Express. raaixs aaaira vaon raa at 9.15 A. If. Accommodation. 10.00 A. M., Nijjbt Kxpresx. P. M., MaÜ. R. N. UP.OWN, General Superintend'Cl. cnUÜ-ütf NOTICE. rSHI', riKlf.OF SLID'NHKIMEK A- TRÖ5T, HAVING B a Id to V.'ol Trst tbrir entire fetcck of üoed aud r,,M... u V. Ill inl til .i-.,,.,. Inu.:. . .... .u.i. t - . j (3. par t IIT fc ip I f.lSü ITPU. j WILLIAM SKlDF.SIIKIVfSR. JACOB Tr.Oi". lu dUv.ip:. Oct. .'1. l.-.M. I r,1E bsCTlb.rf h.v, pUrcU.,i the mtire 6,ock cf (rdi ad flxtnres or the firm of SKlDENHEIilER A tEDiT, Nos. 13 and 141 South Illinois frtreet, in this ' ci!y, he will coctinaa the bus.nn at that tand, and in. i n.i the public patronaire. WOLF TKOif. IniianapoÜ. Oct. 5, 1SC5 0ft23-d2t WAR CLAIM AGENCY. Qi WAH CLAIM, AXD - 'it u a va ittt tuatora -Mrt, tNUIA'V VIMIIJ irsin. A" LL KtSH3 OF MiUrAUV HUSlNKS TKANS- ACl'KO. All claei cf War CUiius correctly prepared, appr.tfl tor, sud promptly collect!. totaler and OSEcers, who, troaa rtfct!ve rolla cr otber caute?, hare net cbta'rfd full Pay aud Bounty cao cbtaluthe ?rne fr-,n thoTna-ury fvpartrrent thiough thia agency. Taj, Bountv and Pe'i-ior.K t' rt.Al.er. OtBrers ft their Legil Heir?, if ecti'led. Pay for Hora loüt In 1 atile, tn picket, or lu the line cf duty, ender ortler. All daaias by Troop- r by Military Orders every class of claim founde-1 in law, Justice, r equity, s cert J. Unpaid County and Towu.LSp liiaatjr cullocted. Citizens of Imiisr.ix holding Military claiai, oldlsrs and Oßcer cf tbe Morgan raid, can obtain their pay. Badness before the State Military Andiiing Committee or lo or uia of property, ub-üsiiiis;, tran.-ponicg or recruiting men, will be attended to promptly. Officer.' Back Pay for Servants Wage obtained. (Of ficers will call or correspond, and find it to the:r interest to do so.) Commuiatlou cf Ration for rriaor.ere of War. or toen on furlough, speediJy obtained. Errors on rolls corrected for men wrongfully charged and tried for desertion, or abneccn without leave. Civil and ililliary Collections nude, in all Counties of th State by Traveling Agents. Officers' Settlements and Rrturrn roads ont on fair terms, and certificates obtained with dispatch froni the Departments. Mr. JOUN F. DURFIF-LD, fozmtity of tha Second Ind. ana Cavalry, is attached to this office, who has been for two years in th! bn?!nea of Officers' Re turns and Settlement?, and 1 thoroagbly potted in every question. All Veteran Officers of Cavalry, Artillery and Infantry, who are being mustered out can obtain their Final Affidavits and Pay Accounts, warranted cor rect, on which to draw their final pajr. Tha Clerks of thia office are all Veteran Soldiers. Blanks of all kinds on hand. j Fall instruction gien to retcrr.Irg Officer wittoct charge. Competent Clerks an-? notaries alwars In tbs offce. An eCIci-nt Agent at Washiagtou City. haolties In all parts or thia State or otbr Stairs transacted by mail. Offlce opposite Metropolitan Theatre acdMa'cr Dnnn's Ü. 8. Mas. erirg and D.bbnr.ina: Office, next to Masonic Hall, Sheet' Ha!H;ng, Xo. 78 WeM a.Mtgton street. J. W. BLAKE, Late Colonel 40tb Indiana Vols., Attorney ard Claim Agent. au23-dtf PRACTICAL HATTER. INTERESTING TO THE PUBLIC f JllIE snbtcriber, formerly Broadway Hatter, aad 1 for mora than twentj rar associated with tbe leader of Fashion, acd now Proprietor cf the Indian apo is list Manufactory, being Catterlncly anconrsired by tbe liberal patronage ot an pprecIititB pablio, bat, In tbe ppint aud pride of honcrab.e corcpetition agslnat Eastern productions in his art, resolved npoi a renewed aad more efficient effort to prod oca a ho jie-made fashion able bead dress wbich sfca.l be M-icHv in keeping with allthenewimprovemm S, acd fully Up tO tbe fplrit of the proseslT age w liveln. . . j TV. m m as. n . aa K at in pV taaai t ra s.i .T " t ? i- r t V, aa ll ar j and Youd? Gent' Fall S jles of FashionaMe IIa., ill "- - , - th ttandard ftjl of trade renown, a lollops: 1 GrDU Fatl tyle for IPCS "o. 2 T ncg Gents Fail S:j I for 165. Xo. 3-Cent' Erodway Standard, Bed tj!. 5. 4 New York Standard, Straight style. No. 6 Tbe Mediam Union, Standard style No. C-Tbe Pahs standard. Bell stile. No. 7 The Paris S'andard, D'Orsay tj!a. No 8 -Tbe Pari Standard, Yeoman btyle. No. 9 Tbe Friends Standard, Stra ghi style. No. 19 The Frlenda Standard, Bell style. No. II Ladies' Silk Hat, Fail style far ITA. Iiis standard styles are rare productions ot intellect and ski! , ingeniously blendlcgall the bice po nUoftbe seraral yle (iecbni:allv) in oritnsl itjlea, nslqse anl so taultle in combinatl n that by the mere witih and sbaplna; of tbe brim, with aaitahi carl, w.ll m.ke them suit th fancv of tbe most fatidious Fentiemsn, or the Jadiciocs ta'.te of the plain and neatly dr?s-ed bor.et . yeotran. Ibe a rove named etjlrs sre all bocja-roao. productions, and ansirpasd foe quality of material and eteance of Cn:h, hieb material i enbaaccd in talcs by tbe mcdvs oj-trnndi f manipnlst on, ia tbe hand of legitimate Hatter. e:entiSca;Iy skilled ia the practi cal execution of bis diCcult art. Wita tbee fac.lities at b'. command, be is now prepared ta r.rodcce a Lome msde Hat. at jasnufactarers price, of Bnrorpa.5ed e!e ance. eombialrg feniu with scienc, neatness with sty la, b aaty with qaaiitj. light r.ee with durability, elas ticity w.th sirE5tb, anl a periect model mould tt, oft a-jd a eeable to tbe bead of La wearer. Onts' S.lic Hats altered to tba F-!l style. (ient M!k Hats alteraS to Ladies' Fash'enabte Styles. TT. P. BR0W5, Prackal Hatter, Na. 34 Kentucky Arcsue, Indiana pol:, Ind. oc-19-:Jltf Cancer Can be Cured. DR. HEBERN, Cancer abd CcneaaEplion Cnamploa has located ta tha city f Q rory, Illinois, 108 Main ireer, ttlrd coor above tbs Qsi&cy Horn . over J. K. Darton'a Bock store. H. ancesa tl:y k-lla and rxtracta Ca cr, without pala or kute, la from faar to twenty four boars. llo cures alt klaia of aorta aad all caroak dlaaaiea and PJ- A enro always caaraataoa turn pay. eapl- AMUSEMENTS. SIBTROPOLITIN TDBATRB. yi-nnrr fir. . II. relief OIANV.F.OF TIME: sr.- -a r rrtn si s o riocx. ürtnon ftn m t' tsa t Monday Evening, Oct. 30th, 1865. E .11 Ji V W A Is Is'i: K ! 'IS TWO UEFAT CHARACTERS TRAnKPV 1SD COaJIoV. THE STRANGER! OTFRTt'RF. orxirrsTBA. Faicaa or .Farqetta a&d alt rerved aeataTSc. Dra Clrct iiip; Privat Boxe, for ! peraoca, f S 00; Orchestra Seat a, 75 cent; Gal'.try and Family Circle, rent.; Cs'.ldren la ann. f IS. PARTICULAR 5 OT ICS. Tbe Hor Car Uaa tr.a Tbeater erery enlca; at ta eloaa of ih rf.imtic. People livtoi at a distacc can relj on thi. MASONIC HALL POSITIVELY FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! Tuesday Evouinffi Oct '11. ALF. BURNETT, The Verasttlle lluruorist I And greatest livlntj FACIAL ARTIST, wawe perform ances last wicter drew crowded bouses la , aV JG H YORK CITY, Vaa aalYtt ähVS Statu Tlf I a snteal Vaar1 11 ar aa fa. '. W , 9 Am ful Rapid Changes, Luahab!e Dl.neat!ott ar.d Beaa.I- ful Poetic Gems, incltt4ing "MARY HAD A L TTE LAMB," and the "TREACHER FROM Hrl'!LiAM." Tickets. .o rent. JiTTIors open at t,', tjcoumence at 7 o'cltik. oct27-d3t BOOKS, STATIONERY. t5tc. TVJEaTVV WHOLESALE Illank Book. Srliool Book, Iaifr and STATIONERY HOUSE, PARSONS, MACÄTJLEY & CO., No. 13 Wo st Maryland Stroot, A.lT-aPOXaIS, aFFF-li TO THL TUiDht a Una eclioa of gootl. ' atiheiowevt price of Chicago, Cincinnati or lie w Tork. Ourlneof Statin.ry consist !n parte f Envelopes, Letter Paper, Note Paper, Lgal Cap, Record Cap, Diaries for 1866, Cap, Demy and Medium Blanks, Folio and Quarto, full bound and Bill Cap, Eng, Blot. Paper, half bound, Eng Blot. Pads, Memorandums, Arnold's Inks, Pass Books, French Cop. Inks, Bank Books, David's Blue Ink, Paper Fastener.?, David's Blacklnk, Paper Clips, Pure Carminelnk, Invoice Books, Faber Pencils, Letter v do Star Pencils, Union Pencils, Carpenter's do Rubber Goods, Steel Pens, Pen Holders, Scaling Wax, Ink Stands, Copying Presses, Pen Racks, P. 0- Boxes, Envelope Boies, Scrap do Skeleton do Portfolios, Rulers, Rubber, Rulers, Wood, Office Tape, Eyelet Sets and Eyelets, Spring Tapes, Sponge Cups, Check Cancelors, Erasers, Propelora, Dice, Slate Pencils, Rhodes' Mucilage, j Letter Openers, Chess Boards, Crayons, Slates, Rhodes'OilBoards,Etc, ets. ftchoo) Hook- or Every Kind AT THK lAXV.il t'iiCFS. Merchant, Icurance Office, County OScas, Railroad V-n. P.anü.r. and all ethers :n want cf irudil. linn will do well to csll snd Mf car nork bffor pr- . . a cna-icsT e:er.are Orders by xai IWA promptly. c-c4artnavl VENiSON. Kich, Rare ant! ICacy! .V.IESa VENISON tbe Crst of tbo sea.oi rece:al 1 and a.rvrd dp tn ererv tle. bv ties kiah. at tba i Ucrat,IUIJ.T' H. V.. HKi.KIAII. j octld-dtf FOR SÄLE. Priiithi O flice for ale. ITU A inducement wüi bo given tw any out want 14 itg to purchase. It I a Democratic Paper, none oiLer beed apply; Las all tba Coa..y Patronage. No oibr psper published in to county. Fr partlcuiars lnqnire at tbi. cice. o:il9 uIluolAw2w FOR SALE. VACANT IaOT, TKRY desirable far bas nea, oa South 7rannylvaaia V street. Also Im prove 1 Lots oa Motois etreet, Vir ginia areaue aad Mary.a&d street Apply to DAVID HiLVENiON, At tba Roms cf tb Chamber of Cmaetce, oopos'.te the Post-oZce. ectS6-dtf NOTICE. aCART fRMASTERS, LINK AND Fli.LDOFnCEH-H retiring trtn tbe eteran Sank, eltber by mas tor out or reaigaatio. caa hava all their paper a flttad ap wtta correctseaa ar.4 tUapatca at CoL Biaks s MfUtary CUras agency, eppoalie MatropO.Ua Taaatar. A Vaw tary rahale ts la tbo ofSea. ! dtf JOHN w. RLAXJ. HOTELS. MACY HOUSE. r rmr, llltnale sara4 51arket üireetec I . T. PALxirT. T. IINTFCOar, rrfntr. SITU: LT CARJ r-i t aad frem U at oar t-f taa "Mary" t tbe Caiou Ipn( aad aJI parts cf tka cite. P. . Prow tse TV1 cf OeteUr. taa arts af Dav B ard will 1 rt tvftfto 7v !itjr$ ir HJr oor21-dtn LIQUORS. T. V. STRlVliisAMV, MnoLrsat.x nr.tLP.R ix aT'ot'olifia aaiasl Ioitasa4tiav LIQUORS, ho U est VTnablngton Street, vtral of ftie Mate Ilona. WHEAT AND RYE WHISKIES, ALSO, PURE 0L0 KENTUCKY BOURBON. Irish and Scotch Whisky from Bond, AJTD Old Ilrowu Clicrrj, Tori, t ttars'S jturt t Iiampnlßu. auf-Htf I . M c IV 31 R A. , .l a e lUvau.oa. A VcNaiiaaa,) ftkCTirilK AI) TTgOLKJALt DKALKR 12 FOREIGN' JND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, tioxjruasitijt, htk asd Bovksox maLr tub: a ss .no n f rOT, MATT! RA, VC5CAT, MA LA OA WINES, AJSTID CIQARS, 28 Sonth Illinois Street, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. J17-tif THOMAS iu:i).iio.D. Vi l oVsale Dea'rr in FOREIGN at DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WISES, CIGARS, dr.. Monorgahela, Rye and Bourbon Whiskic. foET, warrtaa, miscat asv vialaoa wixr .Ye. 130 South lUitoi Strett, INDI ANATr LIS. INDIANA. ;-wti X A T 1 O 1 A la PETROLEUM MINING COMPANY. OF INDIANAPOLIS. IND. OK3AXIZKD tJJ5rKR TOS LAWS OF 1 5 DI Alt A. Cnptal, $aJiO,00(). In 6,400 sliarea, at f lflr Dollars Laib WORKING CAPITAL, $70,üüw 0ica S Talbott Kew'a Block, It.dlanapalU, fai. OFFICE R. VTtliia H.Tari.r, Pre.ideLt ani taprlttaaJen:. rloi Kuot, Vice P realdett. Kdwin A. Davis, Secretary. J, Oer; Stile, Traarer. ii'iatCTOki. Deloss Hoot, VV. A. tch8e'd, Wm. C.Tarasr, J. A. Gro.vei.or, ra. T. Ctrk. C C. Olm, J. C. Uert, La ciea Bili. Ooir retn,ari. Jprra McLae aad Ed via A, Da via. A limited ncmher i '.res ara now afferea ts tka pablle on trrui that 1. 'mp.oy feel confideaS rtU pay sabscrlljtr Ofer Two Hundred Per Cent. $10 per .hare caly required at licit of sabcriptiQ. For nana, circulars or information, apply la tka'aVc .tary of tba Company, at Indianapolis, apria dlw-dfriAiat BOOKS AND PAPER. HOOKS AT! EAIEIX AT W II O L E 8 A L E ! gQQ IaOZEN SPELLEP.S. sno DOZEN READ7.ES, &O0 DOZEN OCOORA.PHI ZOO LOZES GBJJfM ALS, 2,000 KFAMS WRITTNG PAPFR, 1,000 REAMS WBArPISÜ PAPIB. iOO EE AUS FLAT PAPER. 1,000,000 IXTT.LOPr.8, SIX) DOZEN BOTTLES IXK, M GROSS EONNKT BOARD-, 200 DOZES SUITES, M.OOO SLATK PENCILS, AIL AT Cincinnati or Chicago Wholesale Prirei, AY now t.y, NTcuAitT v toa, ISDIASAPOL1S. ISD. cctS-4tf OYSTERS, ttC. THE REGULAR BALTIMORE WHOLESALE OYSTER DEPOT. OYSTERS RKCIVKD DA I LT RT EXMUS, W cans, kslf-can and stell. Alto Freh and Salt Water Flab. Ordr promptly T.4. Small pretan4 quick ret an.. No. 11 North Illinois Street, Oppwie tte Eates Eoas, Indlaaapölls. aur-5rn C. C. WIIXlAMa. WINE. GOOD WINE MADE FROM SORSHUM. JCLT 13th. 1m;2, Kav. A. Myra. of prtnrSeld, Ohio, secured a patent to maks Sorgbasa Wine. Thia Wine is not intoxicating. 1 better tban the bett. Cheaper that lit cbapt. Is v-ry efficient tn cases of sickne. Can t made for cents per lallvn. Require no droits to make It. Canbomadt.'mnj tbesk.anaiiajn off ayrap snaktag. No troabl to matt it. If anybody wants o knew asytblcg about tbla WIls let th-m address Apple 4 Wmb, at. Paul, lad , wha ara aiirnees of a. atyers of bis patent, ard proprtor. of the patent invention for ''Improved 8orbtna vrjas," InaDd for tbe ftata of Indiaaa. and a bo ars now pre. pared to aell Cvanfy. Township, Manafactcr.r and Indi vidual Rights, with th. receipt to make tha Wine. Agent, wanted to sell Rlrbt In every County not sold. Tor particulars addraia AFFLE A WCSNES, afc3-aWei it Paul. tadiaaa. EXPRESS COMPANIES. American Express Company, aanvaa UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY. OmCI ON THE CORNER OP WAVBJXGTO ASC Meridian atreeta, ladUcapoUa. Tbrea daily Szpraea to Saw Tora; Two diT.y Kapreaaea to Oacttaati, and Two daily Kipraaaoe to Cblcago and SLLoata; Tba abovs Cmpaaiaa ars tba only prrvtlegvt Eapraaaoa tba following roads, via: INDIANA CENTRAL; LAFATETTX k CHICAGO; INDIANAPOLIS 4 PERU; TERRS HAUT 4 RJCHMOSD-, EXLLXTOSTim 4 IXDlASAfOLU. Mooey, package, valaabtoa aad frabxfet tiartaS est saiety and dispatch, aad 1c chars of special aad tGctsal sas sangerv Betsa, BlUs aaal DraAa will W priaity awUaxtod aad caady mares aaada J. X uTTaSTSLla, aVganst .