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WEDNESDAY .ALV.U3T V, UCl Tna Cincinnati Cvm-mrcll cju talus a Cuj t of ft rrl!tioa hieb U bcia cirenhted in that . aitjr, aiug Üt a'eeasieot to rtmwr lb pcee est Secretary ot War, and substitute Hon. JcMirii Holt. It i mU to be reeeisei with much faror by the city public. There i a strong currect of rx-jular frliu Kttlnj in ajaioat Mr. Caxtaos, which will doabileas end itt L'. re:aatioa or ia teat hepro Beut ia the roschiuerY of the Warofire. It OoTiixot R. M. Srswaar. of Mi tvjuri who has led a moat iajular and va riable pontics! life hithert . is mäkln; orue amends thrfr ia tie present efforts for the Union cause. He U one of the loyal meu of Missouri, and Ls hbwring most efficiently ta promote the cau.e. H has recently pub lished an arrest la the jevple of his State ilia paper ccuUufe a moat elaborate discus ion of the local fO"c.T 40 purtTl4 by Mi auri, and is full of etirring appeals to the pitriotIn of the Sute. The Governor c'o.4s his addre with the follow ing para jraph. Tr royae'f, bv lot is cast, and all that I hare and all that 1 cao do are thrown bto the scale of Government, Law and Order, as o?poe4 Revolution. Anarchy and iWood. For the peace and prosperity of my adoitod bte, I will aacrince property and life if nevrmrv. sni all my fighting mu.t be under t'ie old tla. It came to our naüoa with its b'rth, has borne its glories on every sea and land, ha le J the ran in every battle for our freedom and rights, ani when I fall. I ask f.r co greater glory than to be hrouded wp.h l:s stir apanIed folds." Discipline. The most apparent result of tle late re pu!a at Maiixatas, U exhibitlu; itself in th iucretfed and firm discipline which it has engendered. The army and the public have, at last, come to the conclusion that we must h ive discipline tcrn, riid, inflexible diaci dline in our volunteer army if it be expect e-i t succeed. The Lick of this one essen t'al, at Bull's Kun, on the gloomy Slat, may well account for the martifrui scenes to which we allude. It should extend to ofti rera ii we'd a men, and be as rigidly enfor ced in the staff a. in the squad or company. There ia no re ion or sense in penaittin of fi;er in charge of companies or regiments to be roaming away from thei; commands, en joying "high life" and pleasures, while the latter are neglened ia camp. There must be active, constant nd effec tive drill. The post of a staff or company o.er, well attended to, should be the most laborious pastime in a regiment. These offl ces should not be undertaken by persons who ft.e unwilling to work. They are no sine cures and ought not to be made such. The teachings of Manassas should not be lu-t upon the country. We trust they will not The r.ew regulation of McCLtLLas and FatMOXT, UaM aud Wool, all iudicate a vaat improTemeat it diacipliue. They hre beua U put their oiücers and men to work in good earueat, and in a manner that is pro ducing ubordiuation and effectiveneas, which cjuli scarcely hive beea conceived. Order la fast coming out of chao,and we begin to feel that the Federal army will meet with no mre disgraceful reverses. The voiceof the people crien out lor rigid discipline in the volunteer army, an I the day has arrived when it will doubtless be had. It is the one thing now requisite. Let ns prore it straight way! Ifussell Letters. The editor of the Chicago 7n5un asserts that he aecompani? 1 Mr. Kcti.t from Cen terville to Fairfax Court House, on the eve ning of the bull's Run battle, and. In ft long article, claims that the incidents described by the uoted correspondent never transpired. The miacriptioa. however, of Mr. RiaarLL. we opine. i pretty true to nature. It was a Aitly mn, as the IrNhmin, playing upon the nvjie of the bttle, described it, and eanr.ot be softened d wn mach. It wa un fjrtunvte thit Mr. RrMKii arrived only to ;e the disgraceful and mortifying cloje of atien. There is mine coloring to his inci dent, and a dih of nitional prejudice per haps, but they will appear rather natural to tjose who journeyed in his wake. H eco:ii letter of St:U ultimo has I ut reached thi side. It Ines not seem to be written in hi usual gcd temper. There is a good deal of prrjudice against the Federal nuM "cropping out all over it, but it con tains ali i much truth and many sensible de ductions. His description of the battle pro per which he give upn "heir say" alone Li not ctlcu! iud t u.le't upon the braverv cr niliury skill of either of the belligerent psrtie. The fallowing will hardly "pas nuster" as a r.-rre :t account of the engage ment, over the fJ!i;ivl reprU of the officers and the uniform testimony of eye-witneaaes: There was nt a bayonet chsrge mvfe by the Federaht iufantry duriug the day; there was not c chsrre of anv kind made 'hr thm Confe'ier.ite cavalry upon any regiment cf I thesr enemy ntjt.l the latter broke. There was nut a hand to html encounter between any re,rments. There was rot a single battert c'.iirged or taken bv the Fedenl ists. Yhere were j nitieJ Littrrut in plvy by the former. There wa no annihilation ot rebel hors by Zmxves, Fire or other A vollev fire-l by one battalion emptied three saddles araug a body of horse who ap peare-i at some distance, and the infaatrv which performevl ihe eteeution then retireJ. There were ro desperate stru ggles except by thoe wh- wanted to get awy. The whole snat:er in f lain Knghsh amwrts this- The Federal ita advance! alowly but steadilj. un der the fire of their artillery, driving theene ray. who rarely showed ov.i of cover, in line before them, a od irradaatlT forrei them back on the rvht an-1 centre f r a mile and a fcalf toward Manamas. As the enemv fe'.l back . gi desl of pnund-ps awy at long rarce. "f - M h ,hin irc 5 with h-ht Ce'd guns so.ne hesrier r.ied j ' Dr" he almost universal ordinsnce, tS lui on tth a? is bKn; rare ! s-lenee. Oar men are still hiH'.ng the Ta ly w.:hin fi.e hnlrei yarlsof eh other. ; on the Msaauiatip. firm as a rck. Capt 7.e 'iL atUgree th. thl Feder. 'n mn, i front of where I am writing. Ls1 a.:fsfref nevhly en the right and rtn- fe c'ai I nasi wait form ironpf. lr. r t tv t ty had drives back the On Me-.?im it is rainin j like "caU and d-gs." fe-Jer.tes w eJns.lerable lo for a m.le snl To of the three m'eVing mei have maa ahvlf when th pan c took place in the regi ' , , . . ? . eeuu on the f .J. of the rght. whh cere. ! " ni " sitate-l th ir.e I rt enfer for the re: re ; Oar m are comm-ia swearing after the i.t of the w .le (r e. an-! the advsnceof mst sp'rove-J camp stvle, the eiher' hav Lr7T I9 COf",U tlh Jatr !!;'" in'. eeing three of wh hd bnkeo could ral l, the . . ...... svemer.t. alwavs dangereu with such m J lhif 0n drt l()thf f ".Vile our tenala. under sach cirrumutxea wa ro aun- advanced guards occupy heir old qnarters at ttnio by the w.goo drivers acd bv ether ; x .i, BrrT t Bl3tl. regmeu, and the retreat became Cnailv the ' , .. . , r . . - shmeliil rout, wbich as coly not uue.le j ? k rm 'b ' 11. disastroue because of the ignorartee and in- ; MI right on our side. Rh ! "go away sesh activity or the weakness ef the eneeay. j 9r, you can't eome In." ü r Hrwut'i reraaras epoo the fo'dy ei Yes re. J. T. P. ike closing eM,e, n the singular fct hj it u uot fylhej up, if the cnemj wer üi fon Wut Mint. as represeuteU. are rti&mt attd :.;t!o. 11 : Itut, if the mieraMe rout an 1 ranio of this FcJeralte hate proilucej suvli tlerUorable results to their i-aue, they hive still muoh t be think ful fr. II J the Confederates beea wre of t!r;r euix-eu. anl to!luel uj their adtaaUgft erU Mudy morning, there was uo teason uo earth hy they houU t ut hive either got into Washintou or corn relleJ the hole of the FcJeralut trmr that kept together a od couU uul e'ap), as it w as a!l ou one roaJ. to surrender themselves trie- i.era with ail they roese J. If the state raeutiofthe I'ederaKst papen at to their strength be correct, the rebelt eouM hire easily spared 30,(XJ rueu fur that purpose, with rctcrte of 10,000 or 15.000 in their tear. The chain bridge, the ford above the Kalla, were open to them at least there could be tut Lttie or no opposition from the disorgan ized force. The column mating rouoJ from Kairfai t their left by Vienna wouU have beea ablo certainly to croaa at Metil Javille; other couU have jrot over at the Fall, and ati 11 there would have been en uh to pertait Beauregard to occupy Alauaasas, and to send on a heavy column to cover Al eiatxJna. and to abut op the KvJeralMte in the earthworks and tttt at pt, it not to wrest theta from troop deeply affected by the rout thee were witn emetine;. If the Confederate had the cavalry of which to much ha been uiJ. they were acaadaloualv haudlcd. A detour by a crvae road from Centerville to the Oermautown road would have placed the horse in the rear of the retreating utu in half an hour, and it iii not too much to y that mass would have thrown itself on the merer of the pur suer. IfUeaure.ird or Lees force w amall, aa they a-ty, and suffered aa much a the Federalists aver, the flight is the uioro incomprehensible. Hut still it i very strange that the victors should not hate beeu a are of their victory that is, of the utter rout which followed their repuUe. The attempt to form a lino ou the top cf Centerville. only parlully successful a it wfti. tniht have imposed on the enemy, and saved McDowell from the pursuit which he did hi best to avert Thejourna!, which at first boa&tcd ef the grand t'uioa army of 43.000 men. are uow anxious to show that only 2U.0OO were engaged. Why did the other 2S.00O run away! The Gorman Hei roent under Col. iileuckcr. and per ha pa me other corps, may have retired in Rood order. Hnt eventually lew withstood tho iucevar.t alarms. lue rain, which commenced ou Mor.diy mornlrg early, may haro had much to do with the undisturbed retreat of the Federal ists, as the enterprise and activity of the en emy would be much diminished in conse quence, and as for the beaten army, it has been alwavs observed that troops bold to gether ani march well In rain, fcut with all allowances and excuaes, it is still mysterious inactivity. Johnston, who-e junction with 4 'J ,000 men is eaid ti have taken place (if he had half the cumber it is more than I give him credit for) on the morn ng of the battle, tnuat have swelled the force under Lee and Beauregard to 70.000 men at th leat He is the best oSicer in the Confederate army. The length of the letter is such that it precludes our publishing it entirt. The tu i much that Is correct in it and also frequent statements that arise from lack of informa tion or misconception. As a whole the tone of it is damaging to the Nortb, and calcula ted to impress European reader with preju dice against the Federal cause. The ttth Indiana llejiment. CuiatMoust.u Pas, Va., Aug. 19. Editosji Exracvs Event are t'aickening and cro fdin and verin toward a consu matlon. the end of which we cannot as yet saüfactorallr determine The ball has opened, the "seihers" leading off in the dance by attacking our adranced pickets this morn ing. One of our companies are holding tho dead-wood five mile in advance of us, against tremendioui odi, while the I t'.h In iiini and 21th Ohio are forming and leaving for the sceae of action on a run. Thoe who are left in camp are handling their ni.uk et and sfandlng ready, should they be neeJei. Al together it is an exciting scene. After all it may be only as the few drop of rain before the bursting of the tornado, and nny end in a mere skirmish of out post. Here comes our pickets, driven back from the dead-wood with three of their number cut off, the rebels holding the position. I Wm. Anderson, the Orderly, is forming the Terre Haute Guards, Capt. Williamson i ready to leid them, although he Ins but re cently got up from a bed of sickness. 1st Lieutenant Taylor i on hini, ma.ket on shoulder, bayonet ani cartridge box al hi side. Lieut. William is officer of the dar and has to star in cam). a Five miie dletant we can see the road winding over the Mountain and held by a strong body of men, but whether friends or foes it is impossible to determine. I shall bare to wait for reults. In tho meantime we hare thrown large pine tree aero the road south east of Cheat River bridge, which reader it irnpmsible for the enemy's caralry or artilery to get within reach of our camp. Clouis of our skirmishers are hovering le tween our camp aud the enemy, ready t v take all advantage whirh may preterit thm!re Th 14th has become a skirsiLhing regiment, and noth'ng p!ee the b-iys better thtn a buh whackiug fight with the rebel couts A caralry ha jat been a-nt back to camp with ordert fromths Colonel to h ld all ojr men in revdine. and that he i adr .vising on the enemr. Th body of ruea holding the rovi a seen fire m'!" itlRv. drope-l over thecret of the Mountain ani dUtp-wured from sight. It is though: that they are a prt of the 1 l:h charging the dead wood and roau'ng the ene my frm their cortr at the point of the biyo net. You mty imagine the excitement of one brain while writing ojt the. details an J not knowing at what moment he my hear from. Jereethe enngM remain of hi frietid. rttvlerei dubly dear from hiring mingled together in scene of danger. Again 'be dis tant brow of the Mountain U crowded with men, and this time by the aid of a gl, we. krvw them a be of th 1 Ith A silence, aln-on as ofdrt 'i i reiliag upon our ctmp An cvra- i l enoairr ia a Capital in the Eastern cities remains cn emphued, at low rates of interest. The cur-rei.t-y Vet la purer thn It has l.en for uuuv vears verv few uncunent bsnk notes, ai.d no rail for coin. The circulation of Ohio aul Indiana is almost exclusively the ps per of the banks of tl.e Histes. The Ciiicinnatt Commercial relate the anomalous circumstance of an orh r from an Interior Ohio bsnk seeking te take up uch of the note of his bsnk ss le culd in Cincinnati, alleging that he had attained the maximum of l.ia circulation, and reeded mare currency. Joua UaiwuT lüid prjti,u xi, tltilfr day: Xow, reflect w Lai breaking the l.l.nk de inuna. It tueau a wr with the Hailed States, and I dju't thiuk myself that it would be cheap to break the blccka le, at the cit of a war with the Unitt?d State. I think that the Cot of war with the L'uited Stales, would give, probably, half vugea tat a v cry considerable time, t.i those perwotis in Lancahiro whki would bi out 61 work if there do cotton, to say uothinu at all of the inant.Vit injuitice and "wnng aj-aint all international law. that a legal and efiertive blockaJe khould be interfeied with by an o;her country. COLLEGIATE. INDIAN. ASBl-Rr. UMVKlLSm-.-Xrat Tarn coutuica, September IstU. Eaainioaiioa lur aJiruJiu lu (Uu aihlij Tue4aaj rr,v-.uiai. Pro.pect far SiuJmu goo.1. Iroiou Ur Grruiao ao4 Kreuch al low rat. A foura of Ucbrral Let turn frte. tipen can U atetljr revlaced, r.pevUUr r lhM borJiU thetue)vf. N tboUJCtkt uf UprlHUng. tjiw triu w.H cwujniD- November 34, ll. T1IOS. bOVV MAN, ftf't. J. Tikuitr, Sfc'y. liuu,mi, Auj. ST, lSCl-dw-if fwOTICE. T)ARTirV!.AK NOTICE 1 her.by hen, to !! . Wj,uj it inr c-iKcro. tbt all tfca n.tr n4 tvok accounu of the UteCrru -f l.V..ht 8t.;D Av Co., are Von In tLe Landt if tho uudortucJ fwr ettlemeot, nJ to whom payment nuit and tau w.ly b tnaJ. IniueIit atUMion l4caU4 to tltia lr,nliolio (all ta I avail tbouiarlv of the ; benefit i( tbt nuUet, mutt tarect to pay roata j Aui.JtT.dtw 'j. kit kICKN. NEW PUBLICATIONS. HAUPKK'S MAGAZIN H VOW Srptciuber. at W.U. BUCKINGHAM'S. Dickens' Xew Xovel ! riREAT EXPECTATIONS: Com- plete In eua volume, at EUCKINOIIAM'S rHK hTOUE. MAP OF TBB St AT OF" WAE. Inrlndm P.aiuru Vtrgiala. an4 part of HarjlaaS and fialawata. trta tas beat aatfcorlue, at W. 11. hrCHS3H Akl'S. saw srrrLT or tiaitrtx n uowt in- jlX. fTtT Tat;sr, ftvtt'a lafantry Taetica; A.nr Eecalatlons; Tolantaera' Manual. Va.'a 1 al Cl'CKJNfl II All'B ROOK 8I0US. Aac. lT.Jw-tf SINKING FUND NOTICE. To borrowers of Sinking Fund. OFFICE OP SINSINO TND,( LvriaNarous. Aug. 6,1391. ) rpnc rsuNQrENT ust ix)r lset, op bor. -L aowta from tb Slnkinii Fund, will be ready ior Fuolica'Jon about tbt 20th daj of September ntxt. aynaecta of intrat mutt be inad Debora that due to aare cot. Tt sal takes rlace en Saturday, th Uth day of December, 18C1. , E. M'ilOXT, rreldnt. Ang. 13, dw-tf TO FARMERS. RODINSON8 Thrashing Uachines and Engines. rpnET are ine eist n? rsc roR cleahxq 1 aod aarlns tb traia, fast thrashioc, and ura btnty. Tbetr Krparatora took the rnwr ruxifv at tha VVitd County FaJr lat Fall. Tbeir Horse Tow rs sr ths llihteit draft of any manufactured; and tb.tr Portable Engine are unnorpaaaed. For aal by . s. WOLF k CO., augSdAw Terre Haute, InJ. PERSONAL. NOTICE All persons indebud te tin u&4ecl2ne win plaase sefUt wirk Itatara X A Pier, as fxxia aa poatfbU. yi?iwiw tuomaJ n. nr.ucrs. KIRBY'S American Harvester! li TUt CHEAPEST ASD BEST Reaper and Mowor roa raaMxas. nUCI-ei3i Tr ComMoaUtra M .-btrva, er 10 büib ei Waaat, lat day of Sept. lrtl. ta Tu- LIGIITEST AN'D BK3T OF MOWERS. TTarraoted ia be eqaal u any otter. Price ft86. rnra.leby ft. WOLF A CO. K HAVE O T II E Fl Ucnpcr ami Xlovrcm l Tt rawV.l M!l VERT CHf AJ and S. WOLF & CO., No's 144 an 14 Mala Strt. TT AY HAKES. II HAND RAKES. Vovwlz A Tnaia Snont I'LO WS GRAIN CRADLES. SCYTHES & S.VATIIS F0RKÖ, AC. .AC, at n. uoLr Ac co, JalM-if jaa a4 24 MUn at, Terra-nava. GROCERIES & PROVISION9. A a c r Firm! AT N0.12MECUAK1C8ROWJ HAVINO purchnwJ th eniir stork of rroHaiocs and Ororea, vf Jamea lFla, as Ko. 11 MCCHAVICS BOT, as4 tiarln made rvh a4d:üor as were necearr we sre new pTparssi to funüah to the Husens cf Trre Hsnu a4 ',-! rvJty .rery articl of tha tbaiormt GROCERIES A XD FR0VISI0N3 ! The vaarhe afjris. All rooda Ul!reee4 eh are. y-r Ktpreaa, free of estra A uNecal sy.sra ef nuMte p tr onaga Is rerctf5Mf ellct4. ;st.w-tf x. w. myx a co. POrJY EXPRESS. T Stat rrancltco, Clfrvalsi. la Tea lstf t'rena 91. Jeeepa, ."lo. aaria. Lettars we'gh.'g hetf i-iaee er 00 tm erary a4Jtu-ial half ew or 9acttia of aaewe 83 OO fa sH eaart te t-e encl meJ ta CererstnoBt lUarel etsFlop, arvd av7 Jreea Mifw pt-jtLi. On a4 afW July sveat a r4wctla to ft 00 ft half ence wHl be made. Letters sad Telegraphs win be reeeieed by tha A. anerieaa K sprees Cerspay at chelr efSoe fa Terre Baete, and forwarded ta cetmec aHia the aber Ka pra. wita peocr.f taesa. Fdt farUet taTorsaatiosi apply a the offlce f the AJsertea Eipeeaw Casapaig-, cwrthesea eoroae of U aM Omie ear. PCy M. WA1CCW, Ars EGTRAY NOTICE. VTBATPDOB UToLRS ! On light reJ cow wltb vi Iiuc4 back; bar U:l bat be. a rut a aa t taka oSTlls truth si Its Sid. f h"rn sbsut uifdium ia - na ri bar mit a te-illrrted. fh ivfl elf utlhra. dare aid, wttrh li tnca tha b.;l,ef that 1 Lit lern drttra war. A ai'al-la tewtr J wa all f aiJ fnr bar rr oery. " J. T. MOJ PATT. Aa. So. da.t-wiw MILLINERY COODS. UWCKIVLDTUISDAY UT EXl'KEM l l.Oil N. T an l.ioU t( iliis Jt Cuiu-ktVe HATS, 1UDDONH.&0. AlMitba New SulahumiT.fr zilli:au i'.vrn'HaN hunxkti Tba Neplua (luaf Airy, Pbaate anJ r.l-at I MltS. WALTKU. 1U Mala uat, Ulwaen FifU aiJ Suu rt UNDERTAKER. 1. C. V. lIM UNDERTAKER 112 Man riraaar. Ii t. Kh-th axr Hibtm tay.lanr FURNITURE. I 3AKLOII ANI) CHAMIIEH & TJRNITU R U War unv roß ta su lllinuU Money 7'aXm at l5rr etnt. Iitceunt! j. c. walt km. Ulf MAIN KTUJtFT. LUMDER. m. Tom ye. . s. nru. xi. i.TorriiG v co., rxaLir.s 11 Pino and Poplar Lumber, Shingles, j Laths, &c, TT ATR m band alarica atock of aeatnttad luiuter. j 1 mlirU lis oJsrlng at trice tusulttta tlmea. Yard ati.l 0CW1 on j'arelia trL aortb f Canal, Terie-Iltui, lu.t " All irUi a ttnJ-l M PrornDtle. July M, U3m ALE AND PORTER. WEISS k CO. are prepared to rurnUh by tba barrel, or butlei f-nfan.lly ALE. rOKTEK. CIDER, ie., la loclch Ala. lir.don Potter, FbfladelpbtaPorVar. Iayta Ale, MaJ.K n AI, UttrUt Cider, Ac, Ac Ko. 7 Warran' IAoe a, Wabath street, majlm TKKRK-H ACTF. tKf RAILROADS. üfCce Tcrro IInuti A. Uiehmund lt. It. Traas-Ham. Jul 12, VrOTICE. On an.l af er Monday, lv tba 15;hlr.at., lb Train on this koad will leave tba T.KNT.IUL PASSKNGKK STATION s foU low Ma!) Train at Expreaa do. at And will arrive a. m. 45 r. m. Eiprca Train at.... ....10 tj a. a. . . .. R.H p. m. at ill Tram at. Tba N'ljht Eipreaa la wiibdrawn. aT PecKerr required to pnrchtre Uckfta oeioraenenuz ue cara. V.Agc.m in h checked mustb at tba station tea m'.nutea before tba tralu leea. E. J. PECK, Supt. Jyl3Jw2w Jocrai! rory. LEGAL. OHEHIFF'S SALI-:.-By virtue of k tares rcnajuoni exponas eaeenuues Issued from tl Vigo Common Pleas Court, to me directed and delivered, one In favor of Nathaniel Scboonover and agaloat Klcaxer li. Kctcbam and two in favor of ' tlaniel Schoonorer acd against parld Pralti, I am ordered to aell tba following de arrlbed real estate, situated In VI50 county, Indiana, to-wlt: Twenty (2o) acres off the east half f .S of the north half S 1 of the south-west qaarter (14), section thirty-four M), township eleven (11), raupe eight 8 wwt, and on SATCBDAT, SEPTEMBER 14, 161, tVItbln ti legal hours of said dar, at tha Ceart Uouaa door, In Terre-Haute, I will offer the rents and prouta of the aboTe described real estate, to i;tber with all tbs prlTHejrea and appurtenance to me same De.iongin, lor a term not exceeding seren years, to the big heat bidder for cash, and opon fail ure to realise a sum aufficient to satisfy sali execu tions and costs, I will Iben and there offer th fee simple ia and to said real estate, te tba highest bid der for rash, to satMy tb um. This 51t day of Aupust. 1h1. tu:iw3pf SAMUEL C0KXER, FLff. VJUEKIFF'S SALE By virtue of O an execution lsud from the"V!to Common nss Court, to me directed and dlirered, In farw of WHJianj Kockw,fll and ajfslnst Leander W arren. 1 teITld on tLe follow-in described real est ate, itnued lu Ylo con. tr, Indiana, to-wit: Lot n 101 In Tueil and Usher's a4JitloQ to tba town of Terre-liaute, and on SATcr.D.iT ErrrsinER u, isi, Within the legal Lours ef said dsy, at tbs Conrt louse door, It Tcr.M-Haatf , 1 will offer the rent and pro2t of tha a bora dearribad real etal, tor t her with all tbt privileges and appurtenances to the same belong ing, fur a term not exceeding serea years, to the hiebest bidder for cash, an-1 upon failure to realiie a sura suCcicntto saUafy said execution and coat a, 1 will then and there oJTcr tha fee-simple, la and In sal.1 rssl euate, to tb fclfhest Mddcr for ah. to ! satisfy tba earn. This imh dsj of Acfrnt, sniHw3pf3.S0 KAMUCL CONXRR, Rh8. G1IERIFPS SALE. Br rirlm of O two sxeCBtions Issued from the Vlgo Common rieaa Court, to me directed and delirered, one ta fa eorof John nurton snd scalnt William Rtchsrd I ana i.ajnn t or.orer. aai one tn fsror of William Rockwell and sslnst WlJIUrii Richsrds, I hsre lee. ie 00 tue Knowing described real eatste, aitnsted ia Vlro county, in.lisns, to wit; fn!nn!ng at tViilitm narrlngton's south line, s1 running south on the enunty rosd tblrty.aeran feet and six inches S7.ej, thence west to a line with OriS-Vs west line, thence to narrlnton's scath line thirtr-eren feet ix inchea (3T ; north, thence on ssia Hsrrlnjton's south line to the plac. of begin ning; the said land sloee described ialnlot 5o. f ftT fonr (.). in the euviir1vJon of sectjoa sixteen (1, towTi,h!p twelr 1, north of rsrgn nine (9) wnt' and on 1 5ATTr.I)AT, f IPTEMr.ER 14, w-1;hln tba leksl bmirs of siii dar.st tha Court nw. dvr. In Terre-Haute, I will o7f the rents ani profit cf the ab: described Real Estate, tcgether with all the prlTflegre ai.d appuner,arces to the same belog. Ing for a terra not exceeding seren yr, to the tifheet M idcr for cash, and enon failure to realite a sum mScier.t to ssüsfr sail ExccuUora aad cou 1 will, then and there, offer the fee-simple, in ao l'te said Real Estate, to the higbet MdJer for eah to satlsfe the same. "This ln dsr ef Ant.. 141. aw3'eTrf4.00 SAMt KLCCVXER, Sbei-ff CHEKIFF'S SALE. Bv rirtue of an elect ilea lesuea rrons the TSgw Cof-rjou nM Courts rs direc.e.1 and fifljeerei. In fsror cf Tatrick fhsnon anJai!nt Lewis Croaa. I hare ja-.ee 4m in. rno-ia; JaerlNed real e.tata, attaa- , tea na-ieeeeu'ity. Indiana, te-wu Lot V: frry. sit Is th loVd nrloti of e'rsty.two M seres, j and sixtr-Cve one hcaired'.hs Ä-loOl tt aa acre ef ! eorth en4 of tha eorthwet uerier, u ef ee. t;?a twesty-two, ZJi townsiip twelr, (Ul Borth of rargSLiee ia; tut, teretcTore mad by Chsnneey He.the plat, aa acknowledgement "hereof has o da!y recorded, stI en SATTRDAT, EEFTEVrT.R 14, 1M1, Tl!s the legal brzT ef aaid dsr, at the Ceart Httist doer. Ja Trrre Hnte, I mil rffer ths rtsu sod profits of tt ab. deacrlbed Real Estate, together with all ths privileges and appurteaaar te tb same be long rg. f? a tern not ea'eodisg aerea fears, te the highest bidder for cash, and apog faiiurs'te real ise a aana euScient t aatlfy said extitlon a od ewett, I w-:j tfcen arJ there ocer th fo-an)ple, la ae to said Reil E'.st, to th tlgbetM4.der oreaah, to aatlefe tha ssme. Thie l??h dsy of Aerts. 11. 9 AMI EL 057Tlt, rhenft. eajllwjw pr fiHi I,). rpOALLWnOM IT MT C05CTR5 Notice Is X hereby g!eu, thst at ih test Urra ef th Tic Cir.t Cewru te be holiea at the Ceart IlMse la the cf Terre-Haute, o th f rst Sfoedsr of Veptam ber next, the aaderfgned will then sal there ssaA ap plica Jan U Us J iga ef said Cevrt, that her saase b afcae e4 frwaa thai af Beeaar Wood te thst e Bee. twLywws. BXtTIl tTfvv 4- K iSa.w .4 te esc tT EDSALL, r.VDOUCAL Ct CO. ' NO ADVANCE! Oa' i COTTOIST GOODS, 1 TlillS, pota aa ta aerieaa tnrativr nienr. en1 w ! awat ttrienu' repeat TfrjboJr (ekelte i U vt j ta Biaka tnsmedut paycuaot. e.i7 y .1". j ry fat and arran;t fc.j.',i..e e at ; e itl?44.' Vf.hilr!e P.ir1i.-ul tr Actntly ta tr.a i (UWffee of am r4t. At tl Kitre t tna wa j bar 5 flare: in 4" W..fy tba? w. mVA maka 1 J.V AtfmU, and from tLU tlnse wi lot4 d. Wo are Lapjj to be able to anoounoe to I r , r.u (h it f our customers and the puMic Keaerallr thst we ate tili enable! to ofier all Unit ot Domestic Cotton Good AT THE OLD TRICES ! Antielpalibg niontha ao an a'auee in tLe raw material, we Aurhie.l im 100 llalee Urown Mualia; 50 Cases DlearLeJ Muslius; Bales Lining, Stripes and Checkj; 10 Bales Deoimiaod Ticking. axd auocr 100,000 Ynrda PRINTED CALICOES, AUof.hUh .,..0...,.. foU...: CALICOES. - tl3rentirerd; Extra Fsst CV.ori, at C Superior qualities taditylei at 8 Verr best manufactured, at 19 Broten illutlittt: Good 41 Brow a Mutlias at Cc. Superior Finn do., at 7. 8 and 9s. Extra 36 to 49 inch do., at 'J acd 10c. Bleached .Tlutliut. Good Bleaehed Muslins at 6c Extra Fine do . at 5c; Superior Shirting at lOe. We have aleo in store orer 10 dlffereat brands of the cost popular Bleached musJia. In Shirtiugs, Sheetings, Pillow Cases of the following names: Hill, Somper, Idem, Jarncs Mill, Boott Mills, Suuex, Wamsutta, "WilliamsTille, Mododnock. Conestoga, kc. Wo call especial attention to a lot of FANCY DRESS SILKS! Purchased at a peat acriflee to the Import er, which we are selling at 62tc per yard. I and fullj worth $1.00. Our stock of i BLACK SILK! Ha nerer been equalleAl ia nnj matket! i High Luatre Black P.-cm Silks at 75, 80, 90 j i and SI. We hare Jost opened a magnificent ; t line of , Early Fall Dress Goods!; Io beantiful style for fftre-t and Traeelliag ! ults. j Elegant Pepllcs od Poll de Cheeiee at tic. , Doable widLh Broch Cbeeie at 40c. ( Elefant Enr-rcMfctd Broche Illumlrse i We adflseeur frittda to not allow thetnselree j to be lfflrjoei epen by the cry of j f ADVANCE IK C0TT0X GOODS! ! As we are still anI will be la a poeUloa to i e!l at old pHcee, as buy all eur joofls for ch and sell exelotirely for rash I EDBALL. M'DOUGAL At CO.. Cswwet Vaa eawt feerta ftraeea, eww catx-aurra, nra. I L. RYCE U CON. isVÄir riioGit.i.iT.ur. roa nr WAR TIMES! .0 .TIOKK CREDIT ! Goodj IIat be Paid For on Delivery JK riAVn ALWAYS AIMKH TO DO ; i. Cxusli liusiness ! j Tt we baea maa 1 ffaal n.any ocrjr.t, t j tptiH4 tin cfettdit. ta ba pail wba aa-h a-r- ) counts wets preectd iud.n. ArwEFGATB ef rvji TT5 te SEVERAL THOWaMj f tbem 5or.f fanllnj. Te ! trcTs bow Ay 01 ! rC'LLAKS, wary t kept ett af lb! rery 1 the "OKniXa Within tllO Next Thirty Days , TT tct.7 $tllf ur present afal . TVw TUu $tni Dollar trorth, if uv ran rvtlt rricet thl trill induee frcplt fit buy, AXD WE T1IIK ir7 CAS! Ttracrhottlb Pall tr.mr, w. TT- TF.5f ITf LT HCrrUFD, e uoal. (X.w Arr1!a Daily) wiib LFSIRBI.P. LP.Am. GOfV, a1 r .wuw i-roKranimr. OWW SOLD 8TCICTLT fOR CAn, w:i orr j OIIPATEP. INDUCEMENTS ta CASH rrTT.r.S ts ' purehaaa at t.t P.ockeyo" tbsn they aware cf L. RYCK Sc SON. ; Wall Paper Sale ! ; iOe Wall Taper P.anlceed In Tree te Sic I l.C . r I 1 jnCoMr.,.,.. .,w mM ., 4 j ! Cr C"'eCt ,n nMi lht4e or.Teh!n6lr Low I'ncea. ta te C!f Oat this teek. Carpets, Canton Plattino j Curtain Drapery. j - AND- j &OU8C furnishing Goods SLAUGHTERED IV PPirrs " j During Jttly snd Aurcst. to fcsme a S?,rJy Salr! L. RYCE & SON. CLOTHING. Minshall & Paddock H ATT. 7irCElTED AN0THEP. LOT or tho icrts-rtyr .V Plun Vitra SHIRTS! ax a rm AonrMrrT of Summer rnrtcnrc.ir e iu rrrrHi, Tc.r?vm EXTRA LA.0E SUED MERINO Underohixts tS: Drawers, FOR LAÄrtJ! SLTEI) MLV I Alv, a fluj eiior Article of Lather FAced Drtvinj Gloves ! Weh? a! en haod. at all times, FULL 1SSORTM E N T ! PKEXCn BROAD CLOT II?. DOESKIN". AXD . ! GREXADnrZS, , 'fa ajrs a rm trm er PCMSIEIt CA5SIMERES, LIKENS. 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CANADA J X. har-rf f;i hi. .Idrliir ai.4 flair Dree,!r.t; i .'Sa:.xn.a'.ni: tie Trae lls.ve U'cse, teslesra ; to far..rm tLe C.t.r.s st.-t r-ni ;i? aer.erajr, r;at be Ii CK-- preart towat rwo raeton-ere ta : nvl . -lory mam.er. fir;a afteiirl' tjlven W , ..ha tip. v.r.:: z r-t Tt "tJ-itf tAri; ajl L1W! CHl'J tisir. ajwl..'tf ftlM. W. CA5ADA. OOOICS. 'PIsUMPaS: A NOVEL BY GKOi I X r. cvim.', r!Mii '.:y mt$trMe4 by HsyjÄ MACAUL AY'S IIISTORT OF EKGIJLITD 1 TIIE 'XITS A'D BEAUX OT C0CECTT rj u mrtmm et "ijutm ex U a .!re1 vrm.ve a;,Tt l:U a. J U7r, ' y7 1 CALlKJN PHiai-c of firusau .-r un try t.i ,..: c:m v.j , f UT. tK Ol -I..I1J1J. INI M .. if ITt (t . a ; cure 1 r is::.. h,.r..rs. Cafes, LrlL j wrer.,v, S;.r, .. tV,.v;.S ScrMcl.,-., t arrlraTSIl ; .. ' Try It. an I t.a wi- U cLr J 1 i Leint-tBt-er-SS r r.t. 5 a vrrr ::; 3 rcr-n.r. -.;r.lae..r.Lcr.e. half. -jSuTaVS. ; Z . .U- ' 10 Curr l r ''- few sr.?.. '? . . . hi,r .r:i ar.i fr armaie. Moan's Irv. 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