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IfllJ liJal UDLlvAll, PLYMOUTH, IXD., Thursday, March 17. 1864 Green Township. The Luion men of Green township art teqoested to meet at the Old School House, noi. Va?linno' nn Tnr.Uw .uvrlno vwi . v v av uüv a vu a ui -j- t m j -v x, . . . . . next, aurcn -U, ur tne p.rp.ae oi j. anJ w u organizing for the campaign, and nomina- 1oMe u Jn gooJ COOllilionf and not bnrn. ting a township ticket for llw April elec- CJ a8 hai been reported. In the night tioa; Many Vortua. some- soldiers bnrned down a number of - ' - honses. The next morning the pontoon Center Township. bridge was thrown across Pearl rivor, and The Union men of Center township are the armv marched to Brandon, where they reone-tcd tc meet at Wcterveit Hall, in ! -Urmiabtd with rebel cavalry, and drove rl.mniK ... i m i r ioaj them out. On reaching Morton they en- llymonth.on fea4nrday.March2b.lb04.,conntpreil ft j;vision f Lorings and tor the vrpoae of effecting a more perfect jYeneh's. They had been throwing np de- organfcation and nominating a ticket to be fensos, and ovidentlv intended to fii?bt, but fiimnnrtp.1 at tho pikm fi il.pt A general attendance ia requested. Many Votes. i- l.i .i t the enuin" dav. having dostroved the town thirty men in the attempt. c understand la. ComrxtisMoners of 6, hiPeott'onnty'on the way. ' The orders published in the Richmond thia county did not. at their Mttloa last u Meii(lian we encountered sotre rebel papers as having been found in Col. Dahl- week, take any action in regard to offering PaValry and drove them out after some gVs pockets, directing the assassination bounties to volunteers. Tliev probably skirmishing, and then took possession X)f of x'19 nd the bnrnrn of Rich- concluded that because the draft bad been the ton n and held it four days. At that JOJtd. are said to be rebel forgeries, inten- ctr,rtni . rtfn ,ura - rtf time expeditions x.ere sent out which des- ded as excuses for therr crrrel tieatmcntof postponed so often there was no danger of , V onc mlcg q( oq lhc captnrcJ mcmbers of the expedition of one, but they may slip up on this. A tj,e 0bile and Ohio Railroad and on the Kilpatruk. considerable uumbcr of onr young men railroad k a ling to Selma. This includes ' Snbscriptions for new long bonds will have volunteered during the past month, over 30,000 feet of bridging, and a large probably not be opened for three or lour , n , , . . , amount of rollin" stock was also destroy- weeks. The Secretary of the treasury s probably nearly enough to (ill the county s rnouiu oi ronin0 biock rj uisuhim ur ..... . 3 ' v k ' , . b , , ed. We fonnd that tho rebels themselves present intention is to negotiate the loan qnota. but they have generally been cred-, acstroveil mneh rnlllng stocU to pre. through those national banks which have ited to other counties,--some have even vent it from falling into our hands. ' been designated depositoiies. gone toother States to enlist, -and when While this was being done the town of The question whether tocompel Nation the draft does come, as come ft will, it Enterprise and the village and railroad jl Banks to redeem at a small discount in JtiU make a big haul in Marshall county. ; ion at Chunkey were destroyel togeth- Now Tort or nt par at var.ons points, is b m with a larce amount ol rebel stores. ' still nnder tliscnssion. pome ot the dis- ..." . . i i i . . r' , i m. 20 ni Ini. Ri:.ptEST. Such of the members of Co. C, U' Uh lud. regiment, as have re -enlisted, and whose homes are ' ,n this county, arrived at this place on Fri- day and Satnrday mornings last, except those lu re-enlisted some time ao and . ' ittvo been at Home tor tltree or lour weeks i past. They all look hearty as. bucks, and in their new nxs very caDtivatinz. as the . yiinnir Ja.lics express it. . w-. I i ... i ! . e tt c uiw m unaoie 10 oota.u a n.s oi , t lose who re-enlisted last belonging to Co. ; . - - -,. From a commnnication in the La the Tombigbee river, in adJition to the the men at home, who by language nt j to aronse tho peop!e generally, then ! Torte Cnion of last week, dated "Camp serious damage inflicted by other troops, conduct are always inciting to these ontra- inH.,nilQm ft to be brought hick, and his re- '0th Tnd Hegiment February 0 " we Lmi iW "ttvntv nf Lmn,nv C b.'l r. learu Uat twent) of company C. had re- cuiiMci, ana una oeen accretittca to . . ..... i one county, lor the reason that this conn- ty, in which the company was first organ ise 1, had 10 fused to give any bounty. La i'o'.t- eotinly, the I'nion says, has not of fered bounties to volunteers, but that the Concinisioners have made liberal provis ions for soldiers' families, and that large amounts have been to be paid as boun townships. Tin: 17 ni 1.:. im est. The Indianapo- lis Journal of Monday, says ... , n gathering for mrl days.- "Wil lei 's regiment has been ' , i 4 .1 r a. t l-s tciuiii iu iu. troni lur weri umjfs. raised by individuals General Butler has visited the pretended , ""rcu to m vu nu., woku b..u.. , Conveiltion BUch fts h advocated by ........ . - ' . lirnvo tha pnttnv from thir works. liar- ' . ... . til.. ;n snmA rf tbo non-com battaiits ol Bt-ingand jueen "ourt i , - . ti,0 l incinnati lotiuirer, in vvhicu tue war lies, in some OI tne . . . . v nenn inro im tftL-en with lt-s rpsisfftnee i . J It has bv.cn remarkably 6nccesfl in re- Conrt Honse, an 1 burned mills, store crniting. having filled its rauks fall. It houses and a large amount of grain. .Ii cr. is- . i;,,u . M ,i ,.,.,-. The Colorado Territorial Convention mil go bac.v a lit Lie over one thousand , .. . n , .. . . was held at Denver on rnday. Delega.es strong. The reputation of its officers, tins were electe(1 to attend the jfa(ionai Con. dashing character of the service in which vention at Baltimore, Tes-o'ations were pas it has been engaged, and the arms it use, ed endorsing and pledging support to the tha Sncnror rinV havn Iiaa Mia in.lnH. ' a a.anwn m .".vj v w w w s a u an vx v. , c ., . .t , ments of this rnsh to its ranks. rr.. Tie. s The Journal of the next day, which we xve received si dcc the abovtf waa put in type, says the lTtb regiment, on yesterday receive 1 oermission from I Um Wilson fbiofof theCaval.y Bureau, to purchase J I w w their own horses at (jiovernment rates 10 each. The men will to-day be furloughe l home for ten dnv:, to find horses, All recruits and enlisted men will be re quired to report to their rendezvous at In dianapolis rady to go the field by tbe lirct of April at the farthest. The members of the gallant 4Mb. Ueg. who live in this county, left here on Mon day evening last for Indianapolis, from which point they will in a few days, doubt- less, start for the front. We understand bout ftirty new recrniu accompanied the ' . t .11 . w t. veterans irom tuis piace. ' apt. ce left at the same time. A CALL POE 200,000 MORE. The Draft to take place in April. PROCLAMATION. Exbcutive Mansion, ) "WAsmsGTOx. March 14, 1864 f Geskral Orders No. 100. 1 In order to supply the force required to lte at night, demanding his foe to surren he drafted for the navy, and to provide an der, when a volley was poured upon him, adequate reserve force for all contingen- ad he fell, pierced with five balls. His cies, in addition to the Five Hundred command dispersed in tho darkness, but Thousand men called for February 1st, moat of them were captured in the morn 1?64. the call is hereby made, and a draft i 'ng. The officers captured had been con- ordared, for Two Hundred Thousand men, for the military service of the Army. Navy and Manne corps of the United States. Tho proportional qnotas for the different nli, towoi. townsliip., prerincH, elec- tion district, or ..ic will U known through the Prorott Marshal Gen- cral's Burean and aceonnta will be taken nf ilif früt and def? r.enci-s of former Of the credits and aencienci.9 Ol lormer --i., quotas. The 15tb day of April, 1804, is dasig- nated ai the time nn to which tlie numbers renn rt from each ward of a citv town, renaireii irom eacn waru ti a my. '"""i Af.. max- I raisp, hv vnlnnter enlist- ments; and drafts may be made in each The exchange of prisoners has been re ward of a titr. town; ke. which shall not fumed, and the rebels claim that it is un have filled the quota assigned to it within der the old cartel, and that the questions the time designated for tha nnniber rcouir- of negro soldiers and Butler's recognition ed to fill sid quota. arc still in abeyance. Nevertheless. Bot Th draft will he rrnnmmM.1 an onAn Icr seems to be conductiog the exchange, .aer tbe 15th of April a. practicable.- The Government bounties as now paid continue until April 1st, 1864. at which time tbe additional bounties cease. On litional bonnties cease. On date, one hundred dollars -M i! -i t .. . . nrill he datd as provided by ied JjU 22, IW. jantl after that bounty only w lU.M.r.,rA...I J ill- nv fsä.1 m , ui. vm v J . - - - - 'Signed AjSsH4.4 irr) IUI bwi Thefmt Mthnui. stcos-t of tberaov.. ; mcu ..a exploit, nr 61..'. -,rj,- t ion is given by a cerresnootlaet of tt fU.c-troTnbwne. oe of the two corm- 0 - ... ... pondents who accompanied the expedition, ' .' rrorn this account it appears that the ex pedition left Vicksbntg on the 30th of Jan uary. The next day it crossed the Dig Clack river, as before 6ta?ed, with Wirt Adam's cavalry drawn np in line of battle. j Col. TottV brigade advanced ami were strongly resisted by the enemy, who began to retreat after a fight of an bow and a j,if onr mon, .-nsh.-.i n in Una. f' battle, following thorn five mire, and by nitfht had driven them bevond Jat kion. f . tlrnro . Crin.,1 n( r..M r.r.lr. nn nH as our orces came ud s ow v. tliev retreat- ed without firing a gnn. On the 14tli x .a r .1 lit (ien. Hnrlburt's corps entered Meridian, the remainder of the expedition following ' 1 nere naa bcen no lnlcnuon 01 S0,nS w Seiraa, and the main body of the army never went Wond Meridian. Hie expe- dition took with them only twenty days'! rations, ano" all was accomplished that had been intended. Our entire loss in killed, wounded and missing, is put down by respendents who accompanied the expedi-, paniea tne ex pea s hundred. Nearl W - f , TaiLj v.il S;T thonsandeeroes of all aires and sexes ' followed the army on its return to Vicks It - 1 Vk. r1 ' - 1 ourg. escoueu ujr vw. i uin ungsm.-. CUIkw ... Ir., n-a to Uva li.insil tliom 1 miin S cava rv ins 10 iism- uiuen im-in . , v. .. . . , a - .. nL. ..ii i in I. have bcen nsea t0 llo imp0rtant service on Hb .'IL I iu I ii. at ifc nu uuiiv bv i "uun. 11,6 expedition was at no timo in danger from the enemy's resistance, and so foimi- Jab)e terror WM canscil b their ttlvance, and the conntrr was pener - - - . v ally belt less before them. Confidence was - , J . ... . . i lelt that witn necessary provisions me ex- pedition could have marched successfully . m. I , 1 , , 'Ji"e. vywi a. my nuuom.- bwuvdi entirelv on ihe enemy's country, and at no time was it abort of provisions. It left Canton on the 4f h and returned to Vicka- a- r i ,i . ii line at rv it mi L ... o ,i r c f burg on the Gth and 7th inst ;rii i - ii in uii i . lie , i. i atnek s cavalry , ,i . : c and r pears, nl out a portion of Kilpa under Colonels Onderdonk who broke up and di;TeTsed a camp of the n?ar pr;sor8 and ,l90 took possession of the prisoners, and also took pos Administration, and nr! -t-irirr i 'nnnrsa. In ? -d - - 6 - l ass an a:t ena H f. . unng t-.oioraao to come in- 10 lI,e U u,un' , ... r tr . i i sent a remonstrance to the President against the enrollment and enlistment of slaves, and notiQed him that he shall exe- cute the laws of Kentucky against all who . - al t jf si a-iempiea ia ibkc staves irom ineir own- t-; s ui 'mi men iu iscui. no uii." tiiisi ... KmiI t lmi . r . II. nsnn !-. Kentucky has furnished more than 50,0U0 men for the war, and is ready to furnish still more, that she has proved her loyalty .a. a a a l a . IIVU.-i , a. i,w. u. i 'HIM u., U.I..UV.VU VUU 1 1 fTal " 1 I HO IIIV.V1.1 I'll, 1 J t'llUI .Uli Ull'l I U I . t I II 11 rx.ut :.k a l nd bnrned. Ihe Hineman was consider- ... . ., .:..: i 'lAiKH it' in anmncnoii anci niiir.'ardi I ni c t a ..Mni., . nr..tnint.An . r. . aud her laws must be respected. iD fact, they propose to rise or fall at the Gen. Sherman arrived at New Orleans Mt ditch, and that ditch is the organisa on the 31 int. , tion in armed hostility to the Federal Oov- Michael Hahn, the newly electe 1 i o v- c: nor of Louisiana, was inauguaated on the xth. Rebel pnpers to the Sth have be.n M ceived which ffive a full account of the Kilpatrick raid. The details given in these rebel account, are full of interest. They ;?'v?.tbe fir8t, jnformatton aa to how C,ol. i I .a 1. 1 rr run an.l ).. n.rlr. ra . n f ntilti tK.it. "'i'K'vu i. .sis hu l'siii inet nun men t n t f- n-Pi;rn. in er ni lars concerning tha whole raid. They d - ., ... . . , i 1 . f " mil toai 11 was OI a most flaring cnaracter, and confess that much damage was done. from the Terre Haute district, c led to see tor jThey claim victory, however, because tho f eraor Seymour on this business, and was exceed- m. aa ... m. as I inirl X Jl ftlt m . 1 KCs.-il.sIl. fist .ll.l I I I k t .filial tllA (iilt nr. force did not enter the city, and assert that . , . , 4 ... ., . . only the local batallions for city defense, Z i e j Ii i .t composed of department clerks and eiti - z-nsf repulsed our forces. D.hlgren and his party, it seems, were ambu.hed, ahd he was standi nnr-oneenUl in the road. O - ' fine 1 ia dungeons, with a private negro soldier with each one as a companion. In addition to this, Uen. Uutler telegraphs that these prisoners are all confined in irom. Tb ppm clairacl to lin bwo foond o. Col. tHhlgron". perSOT jr. programme to be acted upon rn entering 'the ?ity which included tha release of the prisoners, tlie horning of the city, and the f . i;'i;n nt .J7 ,- a canture or a ii.usf ot iavis and ins crew, asanj-ui v -vi ii. HaJ j made the snbjeo ol terrible threats by ' th Richmond journals, ?nd Davis is org- a a !al a a .." 1 f .. 1. :.. ea to execute, wuiioni m ot uy inu, Jr,lk,nm H the prisoners taken from our columns j Sherman, tbey .ay. haa dona great damage in luiseisMppi- General Grant left Washington fat the W eet on t rwtay evening, it m expected Weet on Friday evening. It is expected that he will reofganize tbe armbi Cut --a wa- na est. A Washington special says, bjr order of .. , - , reit tho following military ar- nopmems hxt beea mdi: Lieutenant ;.er.l irut Im bem .ftn! to com- II'1 m. ''h "T" r"1 Ooel Hallotk is relieved from duty as General-in-Chief, and assigned as Chief ol 3.i-e. -ä . ai j oi me army. .unjor ueuerai nnermau If I ... 1 S . 1 . . asvgned tu the command of the DiviaioB "Wbilc the politipd leidere arc Uius iaiclligent of the Mississippi, lately commandetl by I r ;irrjnns tavirplatferuu, tuen a, we fearO. Ivaa . . . i become more diHiuv:il tins ve;ir than ever. General O. ant. and comprising the de- yearagaiM inUie partmenis of the Ohio, the Cumberland, great Northwe-tno signs oi peace with u. but the Tenneesee and Arkansas. General Me- I ol' ilijintegrntio t and dislocation ut l um-: morions I'berson is assigned to the command of tbe Department of Tennessee. Major General Lew Wallace has been assigned to the command of the Middl leprtment, with his headquarters at Bal Itimore. rrl i P r T l a 1 llieWlfoof Gen. bentirecai d died at , New Orleans on the 2d, and the funeral ceremonies took place on the 4th instant, Ocneral Banks tendered to the family the us of mmer to convey the remaiasa lew miles up toe river for interment. A Norfolk letter of the 11th, says that ! "r forc occupy Suffolk, No further demonstration has been made by the enemy at Newborn, There is nothing important from Cbat- 'i-nooga. It is supposed that .Johnston is ' heing largely reinlorced by troop, from ""wi um u On the 28th nit., a detachment of negro troops from Haine's Bluff captured a.oo City, after a sharp fight. They lost about w ywpixi wv- locn s recommenaauon oi the former course, ami irom oincr quuriers voices are raised against adding to the already great financial importance of cw York, J Three hundred and thirteen national lSSjiäJS ftbUt ow.vw.wu, ue vwn orgauiie,,. V.llandio-bam baa writton a loiter of condolence to the proprietors of tho Day- ton Empire, whose office was gutted re-; aaaaffwi Ui cses tViorA ia nnw hut nno v...v. - - remedv for tho i nt. and preventive of fu- i tnr. ;n;nriPfi. ftnii that is instant, aummarv J 1 p J . j nd ample reprisals upon the property of ;gw. ifiniiaiiun i uro umy uu Mg - W rcmetly in times like these. Reprisa s i in gQch cases are now the only means left 1 for retnrn to law and order. I rvM . - ! 1 me cxpeauion np ine uncnua against T-: -. l j : i v... v,,. i,..,i '" J "b "a from. Th fleet constated of the Ouchita, ,l. . ' , - - . . a . . . . . I . . n . ;-:ii-i . a i i'm iuh ." i hi hi. iii.ik.iiiiu . s t 9 Wf ' nd Crockett. Trinity was strongly for tifieJ. The Oage was allowed to pass, 1 but the 1 lineman. Hag-ship, was fired into 1 ... 1 . J.-..l.l.l .!,. .1... ..-., . . ' - . . - , . ii .i l-ni ably disabled, and lost two men killed . . . .. . nd eight wonn lcd. The Uuchita was but I i i s r .,ry,,.,re .A ... TT Ihe Mi l.tarj Committee of the IT have rf P.ort 'n fr f ,nC' onse reas- ing the pay of soldiers to 81 per mouth, and sergeants to 830. A RISING STORM. COPPERHEAD PREPARATION FOR A FIRE IN THE REAR, I Gracions Bnds of Promise to Bioom mA.ftm lntft nnnev Fruit and Blossom into Bloody Fruit of Revolution. r From the Chict.So Post, (war Dom) 10th iHi. We have reneatedly pointed out the evil infamon moiturPi resorted to hv tha few ; anprincipled mea who hare wiaed the di- . . nana . . a rection ot the democratic party and MT0 1 1 . T 1 i - . 1 riinnm lr irnm nno r am v n nnoriipr These Democratic leaders, having pushed their dent)erate fortunes to the worsl ex- - tremitv. now nroDOss the last measure t8 emmont. We invite a careful pero-ial of i the following extracts . The Cincinnati Commercial says, edito- rial! v: G ov emir Sermon r will not follow the eonmels of he ultms ol his party, ml seek an onportnuitv K'JVj'i 23 eelt TZ n Z I . I aa A f 1 Tx a f "a ai d r'' drift ,nto a war with the national authorities Dep. L 1 1 a ..I ,i S nli r .. SJ. . W,' a .- . risit - ui ui -u 'prrneiius n me nnmnii cd Governor Seymour, at AlbanT, and brought n T a .a aa .t Ta ; Preur' ."P w c ieaui ormem insurrection. It is proper to sav, that Mr. Daniel w. Vooriiees, of Indiana, member of Congress s ;. r " nor npc for rebellion, i , . , . - The Washington correspondent of tbe 1 . flv z . XXT , g m8 15 WJ , 18 T!. Tof V j inton' under dftte of Mtr3 3d sa: VrJ b"J hrJ. of organization , knt.t htd of ih .n !en I ire ni nf I ü L hut thov IklllgHSaJ W s aaxtf v viu u - ww-tr wa-sm w deceive themselves who think it is not still in ex- istene, or that it will not put forth efforts more vig orous than ever during the approaching summer aod fall to accomplish its mission, which is directly tlt disaffection of the Northwest on the subject of the war and the restitution of the Union, and indi rectlr the establishment of the Southern Cetifeder- f acy, and the annexation tc .it ol the 'States of In I grnai District of Illinois, stated this fact to a j friend yesterday. Mr. Morrison waa for twn ycr Colo.. I in in. mim mt ihosh "w i pwe lm!JSS Wlth .he ic,ders and principal members of the traitorous cabal, and known whereof he ffirms j when he says they will try to get control of the elections in the Nortl. western States next tall, . , . , f A large number ot Copperhead members Irom iuna and Illinoia have gone home wiAin the past two weeks, and for no other purpose than to optTtntts tha Aa K iiifrlit Arnunir thrMP ho have , " aoue s W in. J. Allen, Rcpceaentativc froi iei.tativcfromooeof is the successor of the southern uistrtcu of 11 1 1 no i Gen. Logan. This gentlemnn. it is wall known, wanted to organise the men of Southern Illinois and put th.-m iu the rebel army. He tendered the command of them to Logan so , Logan charges him, at any rate aod it is not a secret that in his diatriet he did raise several companies, which he sent south, via r.tdueah, und which were mustered ;Si0f ,Vl, unt.A. n... ti. .t h .-.a tmm Snnthom in; nois,ail that he belonged to a company raised by , air. Allen Mr. AHeo. , Senator Hendrick Uiouyli,rraps,notaine- 1 her of the oraapiitiw, u pledged to the estab - üshwent of a Not th western Confederacy, and tUe ;,,mc Bst be said of nrrr Indian i Copperhead iu . 4 ri Con. U the lediuij member, of tli.it A C J a- iL. l 11. 1- I I. " .v. v vs.. sa.-.a "VH,"iV" w I"? ' ln . -Jds. I- .tie.. Jene U. Bright, '". "J?" 'M. 'ln.V propilate to quete the feilown H110".1 Richmond t propnate to quote the following Irom an Examiner, of Ilia nk 1 the 26th ult . which with the approach ot this ruii rrroiueuom." Col. Mormon ia well known in Illinois, and if he has stated what this letter repre sents, he ha? not spoken without knowl edge. He is not awar Democrat," though he fought bravely an 1 gallantly in the war, and at Donelson -eceived the wound that compelled him to leave the service. He a f has been supposed to have "peace pro- clivities, and his votes in Congress have i ad that tendency. Uut we quote his let- j ter from tho Commercial because its stato-' ments are for the most part confirmed by nrleotn töffrtr n (our ,lxE rr A 1 .o ihe editor of this paper, fiom a Democrat ic member of the House of Repreacntatives, in which he says: " I am intormrd bj those n ho know.tTuit, on the irust., the 'dark laiiicru' win of our pur tjr, which ia now, tliev claim, the mnrt of it, meet at to consider ntattwa of politic d concern. I would be glad to know what liiosc fe!kws do, for if they want to go to h 1,1 would like to have reasonable notier. Li i int know what id done. I mean whut is done ot a political nature; what tin y ao towatdi instruction in the 'manl v art of fell del. n-t ." and all that swrt o( stuff, Unit 1 am told they talk about a their meeting is no matter, and , aud the whole iriln?, will run at tbe Rnt fire. B"t, il'tbc concern has the strength claimcil for it, why k mny do dam ipe, by leading mow into crime, folly, murder and ruin. The extracts we have taken from the R"publican papers we give for what ttiey are worth; but this lei ter is from a person in whose word we hive the most unboun ded ronfidenee. We have suppressed the late and place of meeting, and the names . r l'l of parties mentioneif, tor reasons which may be given hereafter. Suffice it to say that the convention of certain leaders of , i n .1. i.r.-ttd .t, uit- . M-m.i .uut isnj si ill iew the destruction of tho country is a fixed fact. They have several scheme all tend ing to the same end. They desire, firit, the defeat of onr forces in the field. Tliev desire the overturning ot the finances of the CO'jntrV in Order tO hasten the Dllblic mind to an acquiescense in a general break . . . . . ing up. rhey propose to fotce the Demo cratic party at the Chicago Contention; into measures that will produce these re sults, and part of their scheme is to edu cale tke Democratic nartv to resist, hv -r.l.- f . r- lorce, every act 01 mc uovernment oincers I tUm. -mi - r m.'io.r - v. j 111 l HC I A" l Ulll.I VI lll.lllHI. 'll.l III . Ill v...i c If no collision .lUllllvlll Uiaiie. oi tnis r . 1 i kilul can be pr0Jnccd, or if brodnetd. fail s arrest to Of ranted fcy force, and if neccs- gn , ,jhi00( d revolution. The com - j of tho Nationa, Convention that I meets here on the 4th of July will deter ; mjIie tjie orer 0f proceedings. If that l. . . . . -onvent ion promises to be a war conven- tion of tbc uorftti0 evmon: kind, theo an .... . a - . n . . . . ... . . i . . aiienipi Will U Ilia Ii'. OV JiriTVIOlIS vlUIOIIfl! ftmj coision with the FeJeral ofli.-ers, to j forcc Convention into an attitude of jeiared resistance to the Government. If In I I nn von inn nrnmina tn .o JBv a .iisi. -w 's'--tasv-aa i wsiiiuvn aw av W sum min uc i-iiuwni u iiui.uii-.iii.iii.ia-.iiai , . , .. and not dcsei ving or requiring the sup- I ' .. 1 . b . . F port, aid or countenance of any citizen. and which will declare a purpose to nc- complish an immediate pcac with all the inevitable consequences, then in all proba bility a resort to violence will be po.st- tioned until the convention hall declare such to be tho duty of all Democrats. But the general purpose, plan and end of the whole faction is to "fire tho Demo- cratic heart" to open rebellion against the Federal Government beore the 1'rei.iden- t .. 1 .!. A,..;.t I, . .tJ,..! .J . I numona prostitution ol the Uem locratic organization it is the duty of every Dem ocrat and of everv citizen In rrotst. and it ia his doty to denounce and repudiate : .:. .1 .1 ' 1 i:-..i every maD. Dowever remotely conoecteu a w,th snch a trea wiiii sacn a ireaKonaoie anu uiauoi u-.t i :.l t . ii l j;i.-i:-.i i plol-n plot .which if even partially sue . Ov altsl tfl N 1 a I 11 fwA t hn Mint t- tril Ii Kl r , 1 1 V "iufta ... v U..v. j will convert our streets into avenues for i for nai,y 8trfe. ml verturn ail rcpect i fur ,aw aU(i security for life and prop- The 118th Indiana returned from their visit borne on Tuesday and Wcdavesday, since which they have been mustered out of service, mostly paid off, and some of them gone heme. this regiment has bad no formal reception by tbe authorities though they particpated in the dinner given by tbe ladies with tlie 21st and 47th It i wtLa no1 rece,ve" wl1" '"ern because o I coldness of the day, wliicb preventei w8 not rece,vetl w,lh V becU8e 0 the cow ocas ot the day, which prevented an j out door reception, and the Hall was too . small to accommodate the tin ee reeiments It was intended aad arranged to give them a reception next day, Friday, and let them go homo on Satnrday, but the men being in haste to get to their families and homes, tbe reception was postponed till their re tnrn to tbe eity this week. This plan was again defeated by the manner in which the regiment returned, a part having been paid off and ready to go home two or three days before the others. Of course it was not considered right to keep men in the city on expense who wanted to leave, and so the reception of the regiment as a whole cannot take place. Wo will assure the men of the 118th, however, that it was the desire of Gor Morton, Gen. Stone and tbe Mayor to givo them an expression of heartfelt welcome, and they bincerely re gret that circumstances have preventad it. We may say, also, that the orderly con duct ot the regiment while in this city has been remarked with admiration and praise by tho authorities nnd citizens. Their be havior attests the excellence of their di cipline and tha efficiency of their officers, whom they learned to love, honor and obey, throughout six months of the hard est and most trying campaigning. Col. Jackson in an old soldier, havinr seen naoro thai, a doxen years of service, and to u: i , ' i ui buuuq juagmeni as an oincer, ana uis kindness of heart as a man, the regiment owes its preservation from demoralization and greater depletion. All honor to the gallant Colonel and the bravo boys of the 1 18ib. Indmnapolit Journal, 4A. ANNOUNCEMENT. ( UbN. WI . pOrte, is a Court of C . Hon. WILLIAM ANDREVTS of La- candidato for Judge of the oniiuon Pleas, subject to the i fl I"' ' dccisonof the Luion JJistrtct Convention N KW A I)YlRTlSlMli-STS. , ; EMIGRANTS TO IDAHO. Pan.. Knitaratitie to M:ili or Duiitcr. caa recj' in fcsialit as f ihf uiuxt dir.-.-t und cfcapel roiif, Mid rt MittilliiiK route, by adi'msing (without pnrloving .rauiy,) v. L ST. .'"II n Box 5TH1, t1ti.ip. "WEEKLY UOT OF LETTERS, It. m lining ii th- p.wt nfflc at rijnioutn, lud.. Man h It. lSo4, whlra If not Ink out within flie tkt will ! aunt lo tue I .! I, tirr i tili, . at Waakiuctuu City. IV-txx on tbr Mm I cent tn. li: I. V Dl l ' LIST. ArTiaugh MaHlia Ellamilton Marion O'Bletiuin Elin Uro ii ronrah Hit-hr Alice r.-anuju L H Hr ok Harsh JmieKiwr Sinnt Riley nry J Uraenk-r JvruMy Ulinnrl A ngplineSraith Marie 'mw .Wary l..t..i. IVniua A Siiytler Sarah I r .-nen Mary Murpli v I t :ie TbuuiibMM ;r... r JaHatta M uh-kt Ii E Thompson Elixa'th Ooald Lloaaa Mtl. - i: in- Wriicht I' 8 Uilliartliaau Mr ArlenerkaWt-bto K A. ouiLoUNSiini Lisr. AVln IT aihwl Marlin G ll tker Sidney lliiti'hin-i.ti OeonreStanly John A Ii miter A O Staytou Ptiilip Kiiohlu'k rrcWrieSieder Emlrrick il l.ni J4m Lake A W Lewi 1 1 Mi TT l.umiti lrflr1-h MUrr John a Miiryhy Vatriek MrKmiP AiMln-w 91 i Her rimrlcM Mi (.t iff Kh-lianl Mil t Saml. Ü Otak Tli' .man It?lc jMMtW SW.iUi-- lAwrcnr Smfth J.iM'h Shafer It It Tnyl..r II T Thomas Jacob a Vi:4twodH F J Wolf Jhn C ils. .i. John B Wallh C Tockaj John Yoiiak Fhilo i"n Jme. m , anr twgBii ''i,h',; Kran. iu 1 ' ,,r G.iru John W (it itner Y J Hern Ge.rcr W Hillen Bcujaaiin FMiotlvr llarriaou ftU Pi-n . rallhi f r letters in the alKve lint will a-v AUVKltTlaK. O. II . P. BAILEY, P. M. OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. No- ii- h.-rabv civ.ti that that - pmpoaaJa f'r h'lililnix a Hi-eiint: llniw, or of siK'h Hir part towant Use i uiistriKtiou of in h Iu.ujk- a hetvi natter set forth, will he Wullrf l.y Sanoie' 1. Tl au.l Kirliard t"..rbaley un til the ninth rf:.y .f April nrt, at VI bfctoHl ni; at which time tbe .--oral will he opueri by the laiihlin (.-onuuittee atul t 'n i out ra t awanlel to tile lowest tespoina hlr I i 1 . 1 r , ni tl.e r i I n - e of l!i hur l t'orlmh-r. Tlie eomniitt.-o !. 'oall the omtrart of cotitmrtin.; nai.l Ii .ii'. nlK.ve tli- t nLitin, which will inelmle all UV i iri-uti i wurknnd ftwnUhitiK the aiateriaU neet-Mary to ! iura therein, e.-.'t, that the wnta :ire nut to be uiaiie in thi. eon tract, the lu.ii. to le ainteU. The plan an.l pe.-inratiwn f r ml house may he seen at Rirh.iril Crlialev't MMetirs ftom and after th JJnd .kiv afHatcftv SAMt KI. I. TAHKU. .March 1;, lS'Vt. 1-1 (.'h:Uriuan of ( oiuinitteo. E XECUTOR'S SALE.- By virtue of oilhority confiTrl on me bv letter Tetaurnt..rv. I will, on the lot). ,.iv of April nest, at the late resilience of John U Woodwar-I, Sen., two mih-s north of Plymouth, nMn f tt sale at pnl.lk' an.tion, l.twi-n the hour of 1 .'. I'x-lt. p. w., an.l 4 o'clock, r. w., the K-al Kirtate of the - t . ii- i i .i - .: . I-. Xi .. i. . . .. .in..!, ii. .i ...iwnni, son., tie, r ;... , n .... . I .. ,'i.u .uitii C amty aiki Stai f IwMawa, aw kawwrn aarf isacriM aa S'SwaÄ.t'aWii nine (a) town thirty-four :u.) raaf two (iy, also the south tatrt of the north we-t onnrter, w. m. r., in aecti.on I dev.,,. ,11: aU. the north part ofthe north half of the w''" i'"". w- r., in -.-tion -ievn (ii), nm- ...ni". . i I, . i -1 .. .... ..i," .mi. ... i . Saiil Iati.1 lie. in on- laxly, an. I will lie sohl altop-iher. MM preniii-i are kuoMii ,i, I he home form of John L. W...iwar.l, Sen.. hN-aael. TF.KXIS. tht.- third cash in hand and the residue in ' IÄ-H;:' ,,ue 'eive .nd eighteen mouth-after i Tho alove peemi-s wen- appraise.1 at Thirteen Hundred ..a ri,e iw.it .r. inii i i iioi.u t itn Jr K c ifor of John b. Wo xlw.irJ, 'n.,lec'd. March 17, laoi-t4 ' T) j f i 1 1 a , l)0onnfi 1 1 1 1 C (l K C S t 0 1 a 1 1 IVO FOR THE HAIR, j'lSTOllES GUVY AD F-VEKD ' tj ifD ) RfcAltD TO ITS NATUBAL COLOR. AND HA MOST LUXURIANT DRESSING FOR THE HAIR AND HEAD. I CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Restores tlie Color. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE. . i . .OL..c vnTnn CLARK b REaTOR. Eradicates Dandruff. TIVE, Promotes its Growth. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Prevent it falling off- clark's restorative. CLARK'S RESTORATI E. I cood fcr Children CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Ia good for Ladies. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Is .rood for OKI People. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, j U perfectly h.-rm!ess. ;tLAKKS UW1UKA I Ut, Contains no on CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Reautifies the Ilr.ir. CLARK'S RESTORATI E, I CLARK.S p ESTOR ATI VE, I splendid for Whiskers. KeofH the Hair in its Place. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE. Cine- Nervous Headache. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Prevents Eruptions. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Stop Itching and Burning. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Kecr the Head Cool. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, I delightfully perfumed. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Contains no Sediment. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Contains no Gum. CLARK'S RE-TORATIVE, PoUslicn our Hair. CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Prepares you for Parties. , CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, Prepares you for Bai-a 1 ö KtalüKA I IT b I an - ... . . . - awa . ... . , f AU Ladies need it. ARK'S RESTORATIVE, Nn Lr.lv wilt do without it. CLARK'S RESrORATIVK, Costs but $1. CLAK'S RESTORATIVE, I Sold bv Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Price, $1 per bottle. 8 bottles for s5. C. G. CLAKK & CO.. ParraiKTOBt. LORD SMITH, Chicago, Ut, General Agents. March 17 yl TTAC11MENT NOTICE. 8tatb or Im'Um. Mabshill (waPVtsj 8s: 11 I t.- Wasliinxton Tuttlr, Jaatirp of 1 1..- IVacc in an.) for CbwAN T..wnli. Xriiehiah Sui.ua a. , c,,,, tHk Note ,nA IW- T"- f Ines In Atta, hnu-iit. J.Mi.x OrrosjiAJt. j Whirras . thi plaliitiff. In the- a -- mtitlrl nuia, has filed whh mltist-.nipliUnt, t.pli. rallh hi- stti.U. it and Send ii ..-sarT to r-ntitl him to an srilrr of attsrhnMnt, and the siiminoii haling Ikh-ii ivtarnssl endorsfd ".trfc-ii. nut n.t t.-uiid," an.l tin- wr.k-- id attar-liinrnt ruturiM-! Ith p raj tarty HttarlXHl, th. ..n-rtut Is tl.'-n-Cnr.- hsratiy ii..fl.-(T t.f tin--nli-nrr ir saM suit, and that tin- sann will U- tried Iwfi.rc nn- s.t n-y (1.0. i Plvmonth, on tW ".th ilay of jtfarek, ISSttj at H... lrk, a. in . and that un less hr appear and anawer, or .Umnr thereto, the s.inie will In-heard osvt dU-rniuI iu kis aUswtu. WÄSHIMITOX TI TTLE, J. P. seal. march-V-tW ll-S . ADMINISTBATOIl'S SALE.Tbe nn-Wslirned. A iritnitratnr of thr rotxrs of Sannri i'til, iWi-t-ase.1. a ill oSer at pnldlo sale, at tha lata rrxl Sanea of tha decedent in West tnwnship, Marshall Oonntjr, Imliana, lialf a mile ninth of the Laporte rund, and Ave miles fp.n l'tvai .iith. on FRIDAY, MARCH 2&th, 1864, tlie Cdlowing peixonsl property, belonging tt said estate, to-wtT: Two ilorscf , One Wagon, Two setts of Harness One pair Bob sleds, One Cultivator, Two Plows. One Fannin Mill and other Farming Imple ment. One Sorghum Mill, One Saddle, Corn, Potatoes, Hay, Seven Acrca of Wheat, 6lc., Stc. TERMS Of SALE. NU. Boatai credit will be flsen ou all Mtair ter thrrv SuTUrs, Uj pnnkaerrs sivtag nrdes with sppfbrsil security, pairing Taluartna rnt appniiai--tnmt laws. Hfa interest from date; on all sauna W three thUrs and nint. r. cash in haad. Male to ouauaaenoe at IU oo., a. m.. o snj.1 day. 8 rr.L W. MILLKH, Admiri ..mt -r narcbai.lsvt nlSta Putnam Clothes-Wringer, The Only Reliable Self-Adjusting Wringer, The frame bring n. Iron, thnrotighly patvatrirtd, all dan ger from nut u remorej. and the liability to shrink, well, split. A.-., m, nmnntiHttblr in wooden machine! is prevented. Xo tkmh.iw nr emtn;il iratrri fn0rmnft to fr oat or -et ont of order; it can be filtern d firmly to ttie tttt) In a irttmd. UAltUAMKO with or wlthoat COG-W0EELS. It to the- FtafT Pbcvii'm at Fifty-Seven State and rauty Fairs in 1Ho3, and is, mUkotU an rrgtiim. On br Wringer ever niawl. Instead of l.eUTinc the- statements of parties biterext-d in the sale of other Wringers, TRY IT, AND JITDGE FTR YOURSELF. Test it TllnltH lillLY with A S V and Atf. otbrts. .in. I it not entirely -..w isfactory, return it. It wdll wtiaw anything front a tkrrad to a Kednilt with out attention. Patented in the I'tiitcl State. Kiidaml, Canada, and Australia. Atf-nt. wanted in every town. tifjuKnerfteric m-n can nmke from ?:! to $10 per day. Vtooni .tf iHxf.vtarimi CnnMiw. GtxtlkmkN: I kmitr from practical rrjovirmcr that irnrn rll ir iai;e inth zimc icill mit nsuUze or rtts oar nnrt'r I can safely iy. after vt.iI years exp. rienci- in the man-ufi-tnr of elm i im for ehain-pamrn and wrater-drawer. in which I have tcxted the affinity of iron and sine, that If the pro.-e.ss he ciiilncte! properly, it is a perfect weld of tiie two. Nearly one rear ajr my fimily commenced ning one of your Wrinpers. It now perlorms all it functions as well as it did the first time it was used, and has I .coo me an m dispcnsahlc article with us. 1 have chwely oWrved sev eral other kinds of cl.nlie-wrinc"r, the modus oix-ranil teinp; fllTent, trying to pDalan- thv --a oh- results as the Putnam " nnp r, Mit tu inv judgment they have Enhil. Thr Vu 'n im Wringt r it near perret at ptmible, and J rvtn earrrjMtti rrr,mmrna tt tn the arm in are. Ile.jw. t fnllv Tours. JOHS W. WIIKKI.KR. Heaveland. Ohio Many Tears experieDce in Hie exlranizing hut-ine, eaa- lde nie in .ii...r. the nliTataaaaeaw in II irirniir. JMJ. ;. LEF1T&BTS, No luo Beckiuau Street New York, Jsnturr, V-A. No 2, $5.50; No. 1, fC.OO; No. A, $,n taivnfa. tnred and aold. wholei:.!.- and tetail, hv the PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO., No 1 ; Piatt street, Kcw York, andCleveUnd. Ohio. 8. f. SORTUKOF, A.j.Hi. ma r. l i3,laM nit W s U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. Annual Taxe Tor 1861. Thf attention or tas-pavr i licr.-lir rallfd to the pro rMons ut tin- 1'iiitcl States Kx ise Law rrlativc to tin iisassni'-tit of MHnaal taxi's. Bv th.- sixth v ti..n of tlio art of Jnlv 1. 1S.Ri, it is mail. thp liilv of all rwr-.'iis, iartii.'il.ia, lirniai, a-Mciati.Mis r txri.iratioiis. inn. I. Iia!ii- to any tu.ii.tl .liitv, li--ns or tax, OS arrouK Tiir. iirst Monday or May in Ban Year, to make a list or r.-tnrn to th Assistant Assessor . the Iilrirt w h.-n- lomtcl of t)i amount of annu.-il im oni. tlto artii-ls or ohjorts i-hargiil aitli a via I tax, anil the bilailliet. or ix ti .. lion I is. Lie to aT any lirense. Kv.-rv js-rson ho shall fail to make siii-h return hy tin laY KIi-ifiel will !. l.i. Lie M la- ass.-sscl hv the Assess. aeeor.Ii nj; to the I -t iiiforuiati.-n xl.itlilie ran ulitain:aii in it-li rail the Aas. fa.or is reiijr- to arid fifty t reii turn to th. amount t.lllie it.-uis of sm h list. Kv. rv ir.oii rlio shall l !lver to an Assessor anv falsi or fraixlulcnt iist sti.teiu.-nt, with intent to evaile the valuation or enumeration mniin-ri l.y law, is snhjii-t I n fine of five hiiiT.lre.1 ilollais; anil in sm h rase the lit will ! marie ni Lv the AfMWOT T Assistant Assessor, and froni lh- valuation ami euumrrati..i h. marie th. n- .-nn la na .-i.wal. I'.iymeiit of tin- an. rial tax s. except tlnsK' for lio lit-e-. will not I 1. in U..1.-.I in lil the ihirtioth ilay of June. The a.pr..r .! I. l ink-.ti ni. ii h to make return, an.) all iiee.-sirv t ii f. .r t i..n . w ill Le InrnlasWal l.y f. WHIT Mt'KK, Assistant A.-. -..i f..r th.-i th iii-i..n, t.. whom ih rvlarti- an NaW br in tlx a) I ... or I. (.re the first Mon 'l.iv ni Hay, at hi- fit. ... in l"h mouth. PAX IP TI'UNKk, 1.8. Assizor, Mir h lM-i .l il i - .1 '.Uli Histrirt. Family Groceries! ts. 5fITSAtJM A: CO., DE.vi.Ens iy FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, I TU., rU TIUUsS, JDUltCl , Jift&ö. UllCGÖf ' r.-i T" j n:.. . J. u i. I i rny, vytl'S, iWoodeii and Willow Ware. m,tn H.-irin- tiiep nt.ii.- ps'n-na-r we .-ui.i .-iy that , onr StiK-k ..f (Jroreries is complete ami mill COMPARE FAVORABLY j with anv estal.ll.hnient in Xorttierii Indiana. Merehant snprili.-d irith Omci-rie nn as lavnrable trrass, all things consliVn-d, as in Fort Warn.? or Chicago. .411 Orders tilled with Dispatch in Vinds of i Ol STBY I'RODI'CE taken at the IIIGHESTMARKETPRICE IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS. lie nope i.t a eiose aiieimon le ine wains oi ine piioin in the (;reery line to m.-rlt a libera! sluire of it atr.ii ; i;e. We also pledge oiirselies to GIVE AS GOOD B.Rti.llS GROCERIES aa can I ol.taino.1 at any hoiiee in Kortltern Indiana. Give us ae.iU, an.l e will convince yon Unit we will not ! awaVfaoM. L. NÜSSßAUM de CO. m rcliVlaM nHs:f United Stales JtfaiL rosr Orrtrr. Pki-astmsxt, Jsnwtry 14, 1V. Troposals will Iw r.i-cived at the roatraet OSIee of tliii. reprtnient until : eVle k, P. M. of March 31, lau4, to be V -Med by April i. is ,4, for ninrerinx " mslls of the Halted State from July 1, tSt4, tn'june :, IMttt. on the Mlowins; ront in the State of ludlann, and by the rh.-.liil -s ..f .1.-, irtur.- and arrival herein speciae.1, vis: 1-H Frii HreuifB, l',v ll.-jit -.n, Millwood, ml North Oattannana, to Lss-sburi;, uiilua aud baek, once a week. Iiive nreiii-n Sut unlay at T a in; Arrive at I..-. Lin i by il p m; Leave I. ai'-l-ur 1 1 i.l. v at 10 a in; Arrive at Bremen by S us. 1 JJ'. a'runi Remssi-W r , U thtk cr-.ve, to Benanxgto, 18 uilosand itu k. stx tiun-sa week. Leave Ri-useUer daily ;evrpt Sunday, at 7.30 a r ; Arateeat I! i..iut..n by lt.SOa ni: Leav BentliaCtuW uily, eaeept Sunday, at G.löpm; Arrire at lt.-nsa. laer by ln.15 p m. Proposal, f.r si-rriee three times a wes-k iltvltml. UJ... From Knox tu Iliimlt-t. T miles and Uu k, unoe a treek. Leave Knox Friiliy si 7 a mi Arrive at llnuilei l.y 10 a m; Easier Ilaml.-t Friday at IX tu, Afrite at Knox bj 3 in. PprnsMaU fur nion- fr-uent service tip if r.l VIZJO Fr..tu ltri-t..l, by Union, Mi b. , and O J.ru -8 Tof. ners, to Browusvil'r, 17 miles und back, oaoe a week. Leave Briw'ol Frl.lay at 6 a m; Arrive at nrownsvffle by 12 in; Leave Brow iisvillt- Friday at 1 p m; Arrive nt Bristol bv 7 p m. IÜ91 Fruits Wilmot, hv irnllau Vlllnjre and Cromwrll. to I.tgraiier, 12 miles and baek, once a week. ErfMtvr Kilmot k'ri.lay at a m, ArriVs-at l.ip-ui- r l.y 12 m: Leave I.ir'i. iii r Friday at I i nt; Arrive at Wilmot by ."i p in. 12204 From Deeatnr, by Monmouth, Root, and ln, to Fort Wayne, 22 miles and bark, twice a week. Leave Ik . ..tnr V e!i. - l..y and Satur4sy at t in; ArtrtVe at Fort Wayne by 12 m; l. Furt Wayne Wednesday and Saturday at lpm: Arrive at Iteratur tsy Jflu. 12203 Frsm LiniiCmve, hy Vera Onr nnd Htnffton, to Mnrray II uiih-s atid back, Iwiix- a week. Lenne Linn tiiore TWsday and Kriday at 7 a m; Arrive at Mnrray by 12 in; Leave Hijrray Tuesday and Friday t 1 p m; Arrive at Linn Grpve by C pi. 12294 From Eudimord, I-y BsmMm, to Boerhy Mire, t miles sud hark, twice a wek. Leave Richmond Tuesday and Fri. lay at 12 rn; Arrti ut Boechy M Ire l.y 3 pm: Leave B-echy Mire Tisslay and Friday at 7 s a; Arrive at Richmond by in a m. 11 ays mis to extend to Fair Haven, Ohio, intited. 12295 FrjSS BrtMikville, hy Waa Creek, 8t. Peter's, and llerinau. to SuaaMa, 15 alles aad Um.,, oik b week. Ieave Breokville Satnrday at 1 pn; Arrive at Hsnami hy p m; Leave SunmaB Sslurdaw at 7 $ 0; Arrive at Br.M.kvflle by 12 ni. Pn,uls fur more freqaent service Invited. Ft Laws Mat inf. to eontucti f .r t"ha ronvi V mee d Ö1SrßVl 'fWf I" profaxsil, tan ran ty, jtndsx-rtiJlc.it e; for inatni.-ll.rtw to Lid.l.-rs ami now masters, n-e tK- pampkirt 'A.iv. rt-Kssnesnent of J unwary 14, Uni'" at th principal post oflkc. M. BLAIR, Postmaster (k-oera . ilta rjta,M - nl7-w 00 AND CHA1KS. WHEELS AND REELS For Spinning FLJtX and WOOJL ALSO, HICKORY BARK AND FLAG SEAT CHAIRS, All of OM Style, and Wan anted not to Cut in the Ejre. flavin; the assistant of thre mnineteiit workm -n. I will try tu meet .1. man. Is Sr work iu my line. Bmiiiug- loiio ou snort iioti..-; al.-.., SIGN PAINTING. Call at the -iti of the Ward, north of th. Kriwanla House, when- y.ai ill fin, I the Uhl I'ilgi m ami .,niro t'rini- busy as (savers. JAMES ELLIOTT. fihy r.nsr,i-i,i7-tf NOTIC E O F A D M I X I ST Notice is hereby jfiven th: t tlu- STUATION. 1111.I r-i--. . ha taken out Letters rf Administration on the estate of Samuel tm In f Marshall -.ni.ti. ind.. de'4. AH persons ind.-l.t.-.l t-- aatd .-stale are re.joet.trd to rail anil make immediate pi vmeat, ami t h Uai lug claims against the same will pivsrut tl-m Beosajrljr salW Ihasaa' fc r .cttk-ment. The estate is .o.iwd to' 1 s..vei.t. PAMrSL W. MILLKR, AUiuinistraf r. marc!i.1.lM4 nl8t:i Q-reat Improvements in SEWING MACHINES ! Empire Shuttle Machine! PATENTED FEBRUARY 14. I860. Salesroom, 4.51 Broadway, N. V. This Machine is cnn.tru. ted on an entirely new princi ple of m.-.-i:iiism, -. ing msnv ran- and valiiat.lr im provements, h u ni.- i. .11 . x.it iin. .1 l.y the ni'wt .rof..iind xperts. ami pronounced to U- SIMTLIfllV and 1 Kit KK.t'TloN 'i i.M Bl M Kit. Tli- foil. .wine areth- princi1 ..bj.-ctioas nr.-.l against .---w iriE 91:11-11111. s: 1st Excess ve labor to the lsof tinie in repairing. 4th I nraBmefrj l..aewerry d.-H-riptioii ..f material, 'th It i sagreea b le miss while in owration. oerf or. "id Liability to get out of order. Td Exieiise, tronble and The Empire Sewing Machine is Exempt from all these ofyections. It h:is a straight iteedh". perpend iml.-tr action. m.ik- tl.e UH K or mtUTTLK STITCH, wUrk will NKITIIKK KIT nor It AVK I,, and is alike on Uth m.I... performs BsffJtanl sening on every ilerri.t ion of material. IV. m U-.itu-r to th.- ftm-st Manaask Mnslin, with m.tton. 1 n or -ilk thr.-ad. fiom the c.sirx-! t lb.- fun-.t tnimlwr. htavtax neither CAM m r 000 WnTBEL, and tta least FossBdr friction, it inns as smooth as glass, and is KJIPIIATK4I.LY a xoiskless vk him:: It mpiin-s FIFTY PER t'ENT hxs power ! drive jt thau anv other Machine is market. A girl of twelve xears of nin- can w.-rk i st.-a.ily, wilh.aul titicur or injur, to liealtk. lis STRENGTH and WONDERFUL SIMPLICITY f eaavatraSctfaa nnd.-r it Iiihhi haassisslMs as pet nan f orik-r. and Is ;i Alt WTKKP hj Ihr r nsfl la she . ( . tir' BatlsBnrtlna. W- m.-.-tfully in it.. all tbo- lo mav .b-ire to n.,y h nui-lvi-s with a anpi Hsg sttids, to ...II ami exaaiin Tili l iirivnlr.l H.icliinc. B it in a m.n- SspMM ni.inn- r is SaafcH the atr--a age of Merchant Tailors, D rest Ät'tl'erß, Citn. h, Mulers, Corset Makers, fft,op Skirt Manufacturers, Gaiter fitters. Shirt and Bosom Malen. Shoe Hinder 9, Vtst and Panlafoan Maters, "j K.'liirloii. U.11.I I'liArit.'.Mc I ... tit ...... uiit t. tii slly d.-Hlt witli.'aSI Price of Machines, Complete. So. I, Family Miirhiae, wilh H -mmeretMnpl.-te. f". .1 No. 1, Siunil Msnufniiiirin, with 1'it artsB Ta' le, ft ort No. :t. L-irgr M inuf.u turin, w itli Exieuaiou TataV, 7j t No. 3, I.j r.i .f. r Leather, aith r.-llinc tn, a,-., r;, .0 CABINETS IN EVERY VARIETY. We want Asr-nts f..r .-ill loan, in th- t'oit.-I Slutc. Can adsi, CMfsa, .M..i.... Oratral ami S.utlt America, where agen.-ie. ,-ir Mat :ilr.-.y Bntabi.)y-., I,. M.ni a lilt ml disconnt will Is- given, hut we make no i-oii.irnmvnt J. T. M U I IM Ii A Ol.. fc-I.IS lH.4-nir.wlv X... M Rr..:.day. Nex York. Great Improvement. TIGHT STITCH Sewing Machines. Wert's Celebrate.. Pale.t Never fail to satisfy tlmse who give th.-m a thorough trial, and wlwrevcr inlrwdiiced are rapidly anM-r.rdt.g all others. Tli -y poswas tlie merit of impli. ity and esse of manage. 111-nt. so tlutt flfii.-u mluntes iustru.-li.-n will esalde any one to use tlu-m sitccessfnlly. The (dlon ing are sum. . f their points of exivlh-uce: 1 They have a Strnilit Xerdleand Shuttle, which is acknowledged to Ik- ihe wnly true priiM-ipk- lor a pcr fi tt .S wing Mi., bine. inry mnke the Lork or J-hiittl. Stitrh alike en n" li'th si.l.s, and for Economy in Tlinnd, Strength, gn DttTsl.illtv. Elasticity nnd B.-aiitr of Finish, is -a- m m rn.r 10 nuy ..tht-r rlit.-li .1. T" Tliey are simple In c ii.trnrti. -ti.t-asiU nii.ctsts .1, readily adjiiste.1 and kept iu onhnr it I. out tskhig npart or moving a screw. gTlie Tension s sup. rtor to any otlsfr In use. IB. . venni s ..r knot, tn the llitt-ad do D"t tt$m it ! a. Vrate with irr. g.inrit y. . j Tb- Fw-il Is s rUl, nisi a operatkin. sn warraiile.1 I., run ti -. xithot t:.-.uirig to t taken unt, .1 ,. y.i J ' Tbey c s.Upi. J K l tndM . J k tvtrit. aat art l steonMand ilw-.- in all tln-ir part a fhi i tm iSri tant. Agr cv-m ttckt work will mam rists s frail ma cbine to ..) m.- tili uncertainty, and vrtaktr Ih qnent and ia(usis n-fwin. The H vedailllj, lif.-f im. iiu. k . l In order. r They jiiit.h. (L-m, Braid, Fell, Cvrd. Bind aad .GaiW-F withaU Ustiug. c - tt - Tksy 4 not Wreak ks- thread, skip stitches, nor. form a .'fca m tidge on Ike underside td the cloth. They will sew over gather sud seams without break ing the thnau1, or requiring a change ot tension . Tin. ism silk, tsdtoa sad lia thn-silcjaalli a ell. They an- the enly machine uslns Warn". Pavi t TnBcan CoKvaoi.i.r.a. Ttiere is a, other apparatus lor th ooatn4 uf tbe "SUri. I i.r ...I ' r.,i...l t.. It. Every Machine is Warranted. Jramiles and Vannnictnrers II! iad the ,Wrr, the no-st Profitable 51 a l.it.- for use. owing te their W always ke .ing In l-palr and n.-rking order, and their great spvt-tl sud i se of niami(siiM.nt. W , Fol ty p-.T cent more work eon he done in a year', time ou i lie ' 'W kt:n' than .-n :.uy other Ms. Inn. . WE NTDUCLY CHALLEKGB MACHINES 0 ANY AND A 11. OTIIKB MA VUFACTCRK, TO sy DO AI LABOE A BAX0E OF WORK At C AN KAM I V BE DONE OK THESE MACHINES. v All orders or romtnnniist ions from rsmflies, 10 Tailors , Seam. tresses, riothlrrs, Jlarnrsa Hakers w tc., in tbe country, will receive prompt attention. A Pearrlptive Clrenlarsnd (samples of Work will hencnt on recxipt of lettsr stamp, t'ol lections made on delivery of Ma-111 new, if .lesired. 4. Ilint the purcliaes MID Ntrt rT rOB T It KM t'MTIL THCT ABK sr.. r.IVEn. Jeffersen Farfr, General Ageifa Office ! Wash t acton Stn?rt, P. 6. Drawer, CHICAGO, ILL. Agents Wanted Tlironghont Michigan, Indiana, mi Minniaiots, Iowa, Mfssuri, Knaaaaaad frbT 1 1' 1ÄM a 1 KfwAat rtlinols Wisconsin, Netrada Of all kind nearly kept onhtnd at tbe Rtrt-PMCAS OfFlCB.