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7Th LooUrrb J$rl saya: "When Beriah 3J joSn.Gov er or of theState of Ken tacky, thill endeavor, by proclamation or otherwise, to jet tip au armed rebellion ajjatrai the enforcement of the United States Ten litt in the Ti tled :te porta of Kentucky, we trmt bv will oot be long in meeting the juit ilwca of a trait r. a?J"Tee fine new Mock of bulkta's, for er of Wabaah td Cherry Street U rap idly approaching completion. The block ta one of the ha&iaomest in lie city, od add much to the appearance f that haeality. ZT Mijar Siemtaer. of Fort Picket fiat, Ui been appointed Inspector Oeneral fr the Department of the Okioin Virginia. Th appointmat ivatly improves General Koucnfli' Ulf. tT Charlaa M. Smith ha been elected Captain, ar.d James U. Hamilton Kint I.'eu tenant of the Terre Haute Kaogrra. The ther officer will be choen on nest Monday. Thia company ia rapidly filling up, w ith good material and will be well officered. . We have nej:!evtel from day to day to call alteration to the new arrangement made at the Huckeye Store. They haTe es tablished a new order of thing, aud are de tertnlned to oTer stronger inducement thtn eswr to tltelr frteixl to rail in. Dun. In this city, yeaterdsy morning. Frank infant fcin of W. I), and M A. 0y aett. Funeral fro a the residence of MrsIIaker. oa South Seventh atrett. at 10 o'clock Lhs (Tburvlay) morning, which the frienda of the family will pleae attend without turlher notice. Hatuabiaa Üatiaat. AMDtaaou ' Starr The following officers hare been ordered to duty a the atafTof (.Jen. Robt. Anderson. They are to report at Cincinnati on the 3'th int.: Capuiu Green, A. A. O.; Capt. Hin cock, A. Q. M.; Capt. 3ymond, Curntni.t ry of Subaiitance; Capt. Prince, Corp of Engineer; Kirt Lieut., Miehlen To; graphical Engineer; Surgeon Cuyler. of the Medial Staff. War Itrm. Diraart be ue tiu 'Jjth Col. VetUh' gimen:. the 5ih, left Camp Vanderburgh at Eraniville. oaTuedAV,for St. LouU. The regiment ha been thoroughly euippe I and provided with ail the nerarie fur the campA:jn. dpt. Rabb, having received order to fill up hi company from a four to a ii gun battery, i now rapidly recruiting at hi camp ceir Camp Sallivau, at Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Journal of yesterday ! trniahet UJ the following; A company for tle regiment of Sharp hooters hi beea or-in'.ael at Kokom. and will arrive ia thi city to -.lay. It i oßirered m follows: T.J. Htrrifon, Captain; Thorn ia Hfrriag. lat Lieutentnt; W. R. Philip. 1 Lieutenant . Capt. Harri n wa with the 6th regiment in the three nnuthi Weuern Virginia ciin paign. Ort HoT Mas. -Tha gun boat Coneatoga la at Evaatville enlarging htr craw for the river service. Lieut. IMielpa, of the United Sutei Na?y, U the recruiting officer for the Coneatoga. The waga paid are from $H to $26 per month, iih nary rationi and the $11)0 bounty and land grant at the end of the war. Aaaivat an Dtrtarcaa or CaLar. Capt. Kaylor'a caralry company, of Ltfay ette, arriveil yeatenlay evening and departed aaortlj afierwinli for Philadelphia, on the I idiana Central ant Sleubenrille railroad line. The comp.tay number over one bun dred membeia. The men and librae are to oe eju:ppe in Philadelphia, and form part of the mounted regiment to be commanded by Benatnr Hker of Oregon. ConraMtsa AaaiTixa For aeral laya pt erery few hours it witne d the arrival f military companiea over the road cm tiring at the city. The numhera of men go. 1 1 info camp here a greater at thia time t tan it baa been aince the organiaation of the Ii fint regimeau of three mmthi mea TeatenUy the Teru U I mit a poll railroa'i tok out aa ad litionil number of rrs i! e ro:-luctor exporting U brin to the citj to dae eereral hundred recmita for the comp nie now erjean'in. Th northern an.1 Wab.iacuntiea aredoinjf nobly. Cot. Hotw i ' KttitMtiT On Monday the Jeferaoarille Rulroad took from thi city a I trite numher o( cm for thepvj,e yf t.mptrtin Col. Ruieaua regtairut from JifferaonvIIle U Seymaur, where the tr',j would take car on the thk JL Mi. j R)x to Sl L)a:v Th r:ra;t ht hen oaJer m rrhin orJr for St. LouU f.r aotse aal on Monday tTenJnj were actutUy in the car preparatory to reavin camp, w'iea countenatndin order came. The UaUn men of Kentucky rpreated to the War Department at Wah."njrt.a the ceceitr O? reUminf Roueta'a regiment f r their protection, atnl on thia representation the order l march t- Sl Lou! wa couMcrmtn ded. Col. Rouleau i a terror to the ece;onii of Kentucky, and nothing woul J anit them bitter thü to hate h'm ordere 1 to awmt di. tmtpoiai. Hi presence in the Ticmitv of Leuiavilie inure order aift traouil-w in pUcea where outrage and open reber(kn Would in all probability tnnifet theraele. The cara iuten 11 to be ced for Col. Rou 5a'a regiment inita contemplate I departure fcon Canp lo. Holt wert brought hack here yeatenlay. AaritLtat ra tut Nittä. Col. Milroy haa receTcd authority from the Secretary of War. through the Hon. ihu?ler Col fat, to tttach an Artillery com;ny to lia reir.ent ad wa! receive the 5rt eflSoer.t a mr.r offered. Lfrtt HmlJ, ' ThrtAam fir. o jeterla, ajy: Jutaaoto pre-, w tArm u com pas y raial by Litti. RL,iea D,j Cooper haaUea accepts! by the Adjut.t General and ordered to Vaaap Vjg9 on Frt day. Thia com;ny complete the remer.t for thia dlatrict. Each olunteer 5 to be on band la CreeacaaUe on Friday am! bri.-. with him a blanket. Hurra, wa awy, f. the SeTecti Conrreional iKatricU V fctj rratilad tt tt anccwae of raiir. a reaaeet a rrt3iCy. XX7 Several of or lesdin merchant are receiving the 6mt instalment of their fall ctock of good. IXf" A public meetinj will te held at Thoaupona achnol houe, in Clark county. Iilinoia. near the aoulh ernl of Sugar Creek townvhip, ia thia county, ten tnile1 from Terre Haute, on Saturday neat, at one o'clock V. M., to meet IV. NorrU ami J. L. Brown, bo are organit'n? a iniliUry in.'fn pany for aerrW-e. A triotic "feajit of tea eon and flow of a.ur la epc!ed. J. P. Baird. W.K. Edwarda. Charlea Crutt, P. B. O'Reilly, M. MaaterbiU ajfl other have been bvited to attend. Muaic ba ben enga;ei for the occasion. Klkti CutrtMt i Caxr Ki'Li.v ro Ol Gta Another cooi;any ofvolun teer from Oreene county, making the third from that coucty, and eleven now in Carup Vigo, arrived laat evening. The people of thi State are jut beinniui to wake up The two companies whi.-li irrivM on Tu. day and lat evenin. aie commanded by Captain Bate anl (Jiinoj. Tut (caw4x Hioimlt Cat Philip H. Monuinger returned to the city !at night, and will re rat in till Saturday morning. Any one h. deire to join the (Jermin com jxuiy from thi citr, ahould reprt himself immediately, at Capi Monninger'a hone. No. 9 North Market Street. jAnjr. T 3t ZiT Tu a aa h.a mn ?toti.hinj: eVct upon the picture butinet. Likeae? are nude in all kind of ca.e. by the hundred, for one halt the uuil prUe. at the chsap (allery. No. 115 Main treet. Ambrot pe fnm ten cent to ten dollvra. d'ii - Lartt tr A levture on the Pat, Prea ent and Future of our Country," will lx giv en in the Court Houe ou nott TburMay night, at 7 o'clock, by Hev. II. Gilmore of Oreencaatle Ind. All are invitel .. atttixt. t tffMr. M. L. Fowler will commence her u.-hool Thurlay. September 5th. in the room formerlv occurlel 'v Mr. Moore, corner of Cherrv and Fifth treet4. Term from $5 to pr quarter. au2llw. .. - MillTaav (oTa. Measra. Mimh.-tll i Paddock, have just receivet a fine aiort ment of military good, and Cne fancy caa aicnei. all of hich they ftre prepared to Uik up to crder. on ahort notice and at reMonabl. price. Oire them a call. Aug. 2G. dtf - - Fovsd. A deed for one hundred and twenty acrca of laad in Laporte coviuty, Ind., from W. P. Dunh? ar.d wife, to Almxo Norton. The owner can obtain the same by calling at thia office and paying for thi ad vertisement, dtf Tna Fiasr in Maaarr. -Mer. Hartaock, Allen & Co., Lave received, by Kxpre, the first of their Fall purchase, consiting of au perb cawiiMttn and Tiennoa. As tho-e are the first in market, and extraordinarily nice, they will aooti be gone ; therefore call jooii. A full aupply of Military cloth on hand. dli Notick to Tracnita. Notice U hereby piven that the Board of Trustees will receive written application for aituation as teacher in the Public School, to commence on the fint of October, any time between thi date and the firct Monday In September. All ap plication must be accompanied with the cer tificate of the School Examiner. The application ire to be addreed to or filed with Mr. John Rainhard. at his atore, comer of 4th and Ohio atreett. By order of the Board, JAS. B. EDMUNDS, Sec. ra Urn. dlw RECRUITING. rANTKD IHR TflE rXlTSD ARMT- AM-wllel itita. Wtwn ice of tlabtetn ao4 thlrt-fl Tara. Par, th aine a to volno tttra, frviu 113,00 to fy.W par vonta, with raU'Mit mttd arler. to rmimM ( oiva. Two bUUra w1tl bI4 to may rlUten wao ball prot ur aixi pr"rt t l&a Rwaitlag O.T.frr an " rPt6l reeraiL t nJr preaeut rf bIiii'hi, any onMlor ha an ep ptutiiiy of beoofatoa (in lo4 eflVer. Fx further tnformauon, a ily at taa randeavou at Tarra-Haata, tb nl iJa r4 tba ;!iar. TTHW ar t.HLMT.niT, Throo Yoara. AiJ Hf.l) IM HOIfGIf, Cpt. lfth Ifsfar.try l. 5. A., Krcrs'.Ün 0?-r. 3f n. iX i oinmnc fund notice. To Borrowers cf Sinking: Fund liivveira. Ac. , 141. ) 'shk iiKUsyvKVt t.tr nn tsi. or i4u- a. tuaiMfriMiIh Sn.k1ii rttrxt, rra.lT U-t ruMitJrn aUat tL 5mh dy of ptrtrSr tit. raymenta rf interest at )- bUi rxSra tSl lato io aavo coat. The aalo tk ft ei Saloraav, tbo k. ri'MONT. Prtv i'i t. A 11. tlw-tf TO FARMERS. HODINBON'H Thrtuhing' Hachinr and Engines. rpilKT ART THE T.K'T t'K CU M!"Ct t.l?T. Tttotr jWporat-K a t k tU nr rvraira at tho VfiiTM WORty TkX r Fali. lft-r Hf Tew rr ar tte Uittet trs t aay nianafar'red, aid ihtr rortaMa Crar'ne are onirja rM)efcy .OIJ01, aatMlw Trrrt Hsate, Ind. MILLIfJGRY GOODS. UKCriTtDTHUDJtT BT KXr&KSS FTiOH 5. T an ibtok tf M.r k Csitraws s HATS. RIBBONS.iC. alao V ?Ce f t la $mirr ZILLKAU 1 iTill.N DoNNCTI TU. Naria Vitra? K'rj, CUaosa a4 r.!catt MUs. WALT kill, U1 Maia aveei, Wta r.fa atel lUfJa. UNDCRTAICER. J. C WALTER, ÜNDEKTAK EH 112 Man Braarr. Brr. Firm aw Srtra aaya.twar pcncorjAL, VOTICE All rerynt iadehted i. a Vo aaW74 arm 4a aa4i w!a ttaii ataaai a li or, o-oa mmVm. XftTtwTw TCÖUi a MIO . , TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. lUaraUHt Bf TUX WUT tit IX10H tIK üSToon Dispatches. lauwwrlaaare f the Ar real mt Ander- aa-Ueaa. 'aal and laaalala 11 - alera lua llriatel .a lirtllala Vea- el rirlnw aa "ereaaion Flag. Naw- Yoa k . Auguit 23. According to the confession of Anderson, arretted here yester day, he hu for month contributed editor'-al facilities to the Newa, D.iy Book and Journal of Commerce. An intercepted letter from Wahtusrton d vieel him to go South via. Kentucky, aa a paport could not be obtaifiel from the gov mmeut. He state that Beit. Wood and Iaaiah Hyn dera have communicated with the South aa eitervirelr aa he ha done. Andersons corre)jKndence re a great deal of important jolttu-al in:-i i atiou be aides implicating jartie eil L.ion in thi State. A dip4U h aaya the ship S'm id., a Britiah veael ownel in St. John, N f Brunswick, ha been lyint; in the port of (Quebec aoine three weeks tiring a aecevion flag. Ttte Itrlliali Mind made np-Aii lhr l'rl alrr irnl loWea. taiai st' uiarati u. WauiuTo, Augit 2". Mr. Adaut Miniater to England, write that in the Brit ish mind the independenro of the rebel is fully admitted, as a military and political ne ceiy; that their acknow ledgemeut by Kurland i but a juetion of lime, and pru dent courtesy; that while Britain is impatient to get cotton from the South in exchinge f r unnufacture! goMl. he i anxiotis not to t loo the Northern in irket. and is una it I'm to ptrt w ith her hope of brrakin d wn the Morrill tariff by the rime mean with whivb ahe rh iiuevt ihe North w ith the Walk er tariff, and that two or three more suc cesses like that of Bulla Run would entitle the slaveholder to immediate recognition. The steamer JamcstowD, by rebel bap tism the Patrick Henrr, ia said to hare run the blockade at Fort Monroe, anil goae out to aea on the night of the 1Mb. She is fast and nut prove dangert)Us. The Hebel Concentrating; nenr llc C'laialn IlriUarc The Haiti, more Pnpcra-Hflecta I the Tu rirr. W.tMUNuTo, August Mli. The enemy 'a force are concentrated in Urge number a short diitmce from the Cham Bridge, on the Virginia side of the Potonuc, between the Chain Bridge and lyeesburg The Baltimore Sun of ih'u morning, states th.it no journal in Baltimore ha been re ijueMed to withheld the publication of army news. The recent alterations in the tariff prevent the further exportation of the Belgian cloth known as Shoddr. Mill Looking After Secession Paper. Newt Yoaa, August 28. The Herald suya notwithstanding the apparent qKietnesa on the part ol the United States authorities in this city in relation to the uppresion of the se ceMon newspapers, it i not true that they are not doing anv thing in the matter. This morning every m ail and express train which leaves this city carries with it a detective of ficer whoe duty it is to search all packages aad suspected baggage, with a v iew to ascer tain if there are any secession papers in the train, aad if ao to seize them, and if any auch journal should be found in the possession of an person to bring him b ick to this city to be properly cared for, also a uon as the dis trict attorney, Mr. Delafield Smit, returns to the city, it is said incisures will be takvn to suppress the publication of pers which administer aid and confortto the rebels. Te British War Steamer Rcynaldo, is below. tili Another flag of Truce from or folk -lie be I llspeci an At tack. Ft. Moxaot, Aug. 27. A lisp of truce came from Norfolk to day, to inquire alter that which came yesterdrr. aud was detain ed till 4 P. M. to-day. This flag of truce brought Capt. Hussey and crew of the ship O. B. Thompson, of Brunswick, Me., cap tured Mar 19th, ofT Savannah liar, and ta ken into Beaufort, N. C, by the privateer Lady Da vi. Two ladies frera Norfolk tiy the Confed erates have lately a.emb!el in large force near Sewall Point, anticipating an attack from Old Point. Itrmnln of Cm. I.) on. St. Ioi is, Aug.2-. The remains of Gen. Lvon will he escorted with projer ceremo u;es at one o'clock from Gen. Fremont'a Heohjuarters to the Ohl and Miiippi Railroad Depot, where they will be delivered to the Adam Express Co., tobe conveyed e"t by the three o'clck train. Theecort accompanying; the body f-t, t-onitof Mjor H. A. Conant. of Gen. Lr yon stan, Capt. Plummer a:d E1gar V. S. A., fi'cpt. Clark, and eight private of Col. McNeii Regiment 17. S. Reserve c.-rr. Uoftrdril hj lrivntecro. Niw Yoan, Aug 2". The big (race U'orthington, Capt. Trethy. from Ba!ie, H-n-!ura, Aug. Stfi, report" tbt on hr pas- Me Mjt. she wi bomiel by a I VI rifled bri'. rillinj; lierelf a privateer, sod belong ing to the Southern Confederacy. After ex am.ning her jn;ers the (Jftre 'Wnrthingt'sn waaalloe-l to prKee-l. Neva rrom the South via l.ouiavilie. lAVfTittr, Aug.4. The railroad travel to ar. frm the South i immene. The Tenneeee autborit a too't the con tents of the Adams F.apres Company's safe to dy. The Menvf-liia Avalanche of the "7th .iys that den. Polk's fi.t announce thnt io more impre merit wi'.l e made f r trans- The confe!erate Con,: res. rued a reolu tion approving the course of plsnter io keep ins: the;r option in the irj!ror and tlie deter minstion of inurance CNjmpanies not to in jure a crop when not ret viced on the plants tion. Col. Thornas H. Taylor, of Fraukf rt. ha been appintevl Clcael of Dancsn'a Ken tacky regiment at Mannas. The Norfolk. Virginia, Herald ha tempo ranlr u;r.ded f.r want of paper. The Chvrleston Mercury correspondent say w ar without the sympathy or friend ship of any nation on earth Tbeorlyargu ment by wrmh we cn influence them i their tteceitie ar. I fear. Thi correxrvlent aay the cenfederate more in ai led ami wounded than the federel. anl eom4ir,a that advantage waa not Uktn of the felersl fl'-ght fnm Ms tas. Mentis. Tia Päd rah. A httt'e i re ported at Cape Girardeau sterlay. The coefrderate iktriou. errat rg -re t c .tn motn at C'nv Sktrmiking on the r.)tomar Rr to j im the Camp. Huar jw, Acg.'ikh. Informati n ha reacbei bvre t!.at there baa lea rnach fir irg across t.e river, by the rV., at car rock els, between Conra.laul Harj-er' Ferrv. It ireprteJ that an atta-k threstertM, on Satarlay. at IVu;t of Ilcvl The rebel encaapcaent at Ieesbnrg, ha baen rsov el back n d.ure from the river. The boaltb of ovr tror, jyt imrovtd. Inciting Ilnaaor of a Flf ht on tbe I'o tomnc MftBOUVering of the Hebels (irn. McClellaa over the 1'otomac Uuaaell Acrompaale Him Af fairs ou the i'otomac. WasHOGTos, Aug. 2rih. The city was ttfe. Iat night and thia marninf, widt the re poet of a fight on the other aide of the Poto mac. Even in unniually well inform! quar ters, there i coudtctinx information on tho uhjVt. It is certain, hoeer, that (leu. Mi-L'lellau returned from theuce at half past eletea o'clock, laat night, and nothing of an imjsirUiit or aeriou tharactel was elicited. It probable, however, that a disunion force of Riree companies of cavalry, and about the aame number of infantry, ith two field piece have been hovering in the vicinity of Ball' Croa road, and maneuvering with a view to draw detachmeaia ef our troops into an am- buacaJe. The steamer Philadelphia, just arrive 1 from Fortress Monroe, reports &11 juiel ou the Po tomac, and the navigation uuimpeded. Sig nal rocket from the Maryland shore evident ly ouveved the intelligence of her presence to tb Virginians. She waited till moridng, but the batteries of ike enemy, at Msthia Point and Acquia Creek, did not open fire. iu alu'b coRBLsroxnoci:. Oen. McClelian went over the Potomac river to day, to v isit the camp and inspect the troop. Mr. Ruell, of the London Time, was invited to attend him. Nu other correspondent waa favored with a pass. The KrpuUf ia avealern Virxiuia t.nllttnt t ouduct of ths IVdernls. OaLLaroLia. Ohle, Aiwm-t The battlo at C.-ov Lanes, near Sumioert iue, on tl.o '-bih in.t, protl to be a bloody affair. The following are all the particulars we have lerned: The 7th Ohio regiment, Col. Tyler, was surrounded while at breakfast and attacked on both tltnksanJin front aimultaneously . Our iQt'ii immediately formed for battle and fought bravely, while thev aaw but little chance of ueces, the enemy being too pow erful. Col. Tvler sent forward to the baeira're train which was coming up, threj miles dis tant, and had it turned back toward Uauley, which Mint it reach in safety. Companies II, (.', and I, suflered mot se verely. They particularly were in the hot test ot the hzht and too4 uo to it brave! r id fought their way, through fearful odds, miking dreadful slaughter in the enemy' ranks. The rebel force con;i.ted of three thous an I infantry, fonr hundred cavalr? and ten gun. The Federal force scattered after they had cut their w ay through, but soon formed asain and fired, but received no renlv or pur suit of the enemv. Our loss cannot be definitely ascertained, though not over two hundred are misiiij out of niue hundred engied. The rebels lo ia fearful. Lieut. Col. Cre'chton capture 1 the enemv colors and two prisoners. The follow ing is a lst of the officer known to be killed: Cspt. Dyer. IVinstille; Ca. ShirtlitT. Co.. C, Oberlin; ('apt. Sterling not James, co. I; Adj.'t L. Deforest. Cleveland; Lieut. Chas. Warrent and Sergeant Mai. King, Warren, Ohio. The other field officers are ail aafe. Otequic of fieri. Lyon (.'rand Dis play A Patriotic Hank. Sr. lxris, Aug. 2S -The fuueral ceremo nies und military display in honor ofOen. Lvon, to-dar. were of the most imposing character. The procession which escorted the remains to the Railroad Depot, consisted of (Jen. Fremont's body guard, uuder Col. Seagongi, Capt. 1 ilhnan a Comptny of Car airy, a section of dipt. Carlin'a Battery, the r.rt itegiment jJussoun volunteers, Col. Blair; (cn. Fremont and staff, a number of aimy and volunteer cfllcera, City ofiiciala. prominent citizen and the third Regiment of U. S. Reserve Corps' Col. McNeil all under the command of Brigadier Oeneral Sigel. The streets through which the rrocessiou passed were thronged with spectator, and the flags throughout tho city were draped in mourning. (en. rremout having signified to the b:tnks on yestenlay a desire for a loan of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars, the Ex change Bank took the whole amount to-dar. Seizure of 71 ore Seceaalon Papers. Albaxt, Aug. 23th. Deputy United S. Marshal Burt, this evening, seized a package containing 1,100 copies of the New York Daily News, which he was notified waa in the American Kipress office, in this city. They were brought here by Shear's News paper Expre, and transferred to the Express Company. 1 he site of the p:ckre and the destination, A. Ouuter, Louisville excited suspicion ; when an examination showed the contents to be as stated. Col. R. L. Johnson the agent of the Express Company, there fore, detained the "package, and notified Mr. Hurt, the Denutr Marshal, who now hoMs them suhject to instruction from Marshal Murnv, of New York. The Sew Loan. Nw Yoaa August 2. The Pott sav Subscription, to the 7 30 1U0 Trcasurr notes- are reraing. to individual, over $l00.nl0 per day. Mr. Ciox i.vuct daily about one hundred certificate!. We hear of a negotiation atloat fjr !t700. 000, which will pro'o.u)!y be conduced tD- Jar. It i understood tili amount i wiuitel in Hirtfonl. Conn . principtlly for the won- led iiftitulion of that citv. Mr. Cha-e h finallv decided to d.te all tha fifty million. 7 'M) 10 Treanrv notes, ....... . . ' Vucust 19th. lrt.l. Ie:n,2 the ilav the first payment of the 10 per cent. ly banker of this citv was made. A Mnaanrhurtta Light Kield HAtfrrt. Itoirrox, August 2. Tb lt MiAtachu sftla l;fhl battery, late Cook's, hn been fully recruited and will be soon ready to en ter "the aerrice. Capt. McDourall, of the British h;p For ward, now stte that he wa In error in re porting tbe privateer Sutriter off Cipe Anto nio. The vessel seen was the United States hip Crusader. Senator Wilson Halving a Itegiment. ItosTO-v, Augut 2. Senator Wilsum has been commissionel to organixe a regiment of infantry with a battery of artillery, and a company of Shvrp SJiooters attached. Sen ator Wilson, in hi en!!, aski tha loyal young men of M iMachueit. who fully comprehend tbe magnitude of this rontct for the unity and existence of the Republic, art! the pres ervation of demxratic institutions in Amer ica, to insorite their names upon the rolls of his regimeu. and to leave their home and their lovel one, and follow our fUg to the field. V4 reaeral Trp t&lllett and Wt nu de 1-Tli r.xpeatltloaa froava rr tre .laaroe. WaaRtrrof. Auat 2 It i now belier eJ taat several of our foldlcr were killed td wocilcJ in the kirm';h on the Virginia eide yestenlay. Tbe maia oMect of the fleet which lately left Fort Monroe i more effectaa'ly to blockade the Southern port. No invasion is ccntemj-ltted. Gran4 I'ntoa iteetiag. Taoy, N. Y., Au .th. A Tnio, meel ir.n waa held at IStili water, to day. wfcieh was addreed by (en. Hallaril and other Tbe delegates U the Republican Sute CUm vention, were inatrocte-I to plare uptQ the ticket patriotic J)emcrat of th rtaanD of I lH:kina-n ftnd Sea-tor Calvin. The Ileaiajaed Officer of the Frtcato Congreas. Bostos, Augnat 23. The resigned offleer of the frigate Congresa Lave been aent un der g;uard to Fort Lafayette. topalaaf aaaa .I'nsaealihr Circula tion. Sr. Lot is, August 2S. The circulation of the newspaper recently presented by the Grand Jury of New York, has Leen inter dicted in St. Lout city and county, by order of the IVovoat Marshal. .V.. Stopping the Telegraph South. Naw Yoaa, August 23. The Secretary of War has ordered the stoppage of all ule grankie dispatches for point south of Ken tucky. Deatrnrtire Fire. Cutcaoo, Angu.t A fire at Freeport, Illinois, to day. destroyerl Waddle's lumber yard and 0. H. Hyde's warehouse. I) $(s.0(M). FURNITURE. pAHLOU AND CHAMHKH FURNITURE VkUT WYf tVK CASH. IUinei Money Tmirn f llprrttnt. Dmnt' J. C. WALTER. 11 MAIN STUKalT. SOAP. I )ROFE8SOU OAIUINK 13 OUT OK TOWN I Hit there ar few raor cake of Li kfcily eel. brateJ 5oap, left at riartlett's. which ar warraatao4 o b an avcelleut arWrle for akaviet; and tha todrt, lro cure for ettapa on Us a face or aanda an4 fnr tte teeth, it i unurpaiet. It 1 warrantee alao, to re. mo paint ana rraeae from woollen, silk, lluea. rnua lln, (-ltk faat iAor;) and wtlto opota tr oca mil kttnda of fnrnltar. aT CU n Bartfett, wto Is aol gwlMa&4 (Mvwre ek lfor It fa ail (apvlt.ulnt DOOICS. anuMPK: a novel by ana -A. VT. CUKTU, plaodid! IHwaWated by Ho-ppiat MAQAULaY'8 niSTORY OF ENGLAND Vol. tin. THE WITS Alvp BEAUX OP BOGIETT arin-twaf t w. h. arcxnaHAint DISSOLUTION. 'PHK Ann f Craaatll k Kaye hat bem this Äar J diMotved by nataaleonaant. Th butlneas will bo continued at tba aam ptaoo a uawal by H. Kaya, who will also nett! all claim against tbe Arm, and to whoai all claims ef siid firm ar to b paid. FI. KKTCM. J. V. CKA!v7ELL. Aog. IS, 1M1-1w HK fiirm of Grover V Fairchild, -A- ha bee dlmolvad by aaalwal cooaaat. All etvtemaata tuatt bo rnada with Joaeph ororar. all mai ii an io avi crm t to ba paid to bim, and all muriHoanw 01 id nrm is in l paid by aim. ..I.Li. J. . . . . . - ... josKrii (1 UROrjtIL rial i ii are was taw rr, iffi-4tf TONSORIAL. Medicated Hair Wash! IJHOF. GKOHGi: W. (JANADA -L harln rrtTlted his fsLarlng aud flair Driag Saloon, aoinlnr th Terr Hanta Haa, beg lr to thorai the clUtans aud potlio ftencraliy, that bm la now prepared to wait upon eutotar ta hfe utnal üifactf.ry manner. Airlet attar.Uen giron a Shapipoonlrg and Cnttrna; Ladle and littl (itra Mlr- OKO. W. CAKADA. pSOdt MEDICAL. "They go right to the Spot !' iKSTaNT aaLiar I sror mm rvrati I rtairv voi-a aaxaru! TatttTHiK loi-B voica! 8PALDINO'8 Thront o ii Te c t io ii ! fur Clerg)inw (rooI for Levi it ret. Ooci for Public 3prikr, xxl IVr Hinget, tii for C era pel Tea ! CanniMt caut SPALDIX0 S THROAT CONrBOTIOXB l ank aa rmwaran vrm KPALDINO'fl THROAT COXFKcTIONS rattx'aaw cay roa SrALDIXO'R THROAT COJf rBCTlOSS They relieve a Oongh haeaaatly. They clear the Throat Tkey gdv tretigth and volowe t the rolea They Impart a dellc4oas aroma a th hrth. They are made of simple herb aaal eanne harm any oce. fair vary on wh haa a Cg m a Rackf Tete r IUI frawth.er ay dlCrler of th7ar to fat a packac of kj Throat Ceofeetteno, ikrj w1 raJver yew tnataatly, aad yew wtfl agre wirh b that "they go U th rpC- Ta will find then rry aaefat and plant whlU traeallln V ne4ing faVli atlrg ISr ttl'llrg jw Coagh er aHayitx foar th!r. If y tm try one park a r I am a U aay. tag that fm wiB Ter arWwar! eooai1rr Vbei dWpew-'Ua. Y win fad tkna at a Drag gt a Thaler ta Meetne. mCETFFTT-rTni CZTT. My '.gaatrr9 w rfc Ipcrkagw. all hr r enesterfelt. A fackag 0 b at by wait, preya.a, e rn ef Thirty Cetst. AaUr, HEX KT C ft? ALDIKO, No. 41 04 r ui, yw Twk. CIIARLEO ALCCIIULGR. Foruard Llovement! GHIILIAN OTOriE ! The ODtinAK OTOHB, Cwtaee If aha aal Third tue. To the vleraer ef Kala sad fifth ttrsst, (J. H. Rarr's Kew Baildlaf) one !oer wt ef H. Hulmaa' Uroewr Kiere, ahevi U 17! rut of Ooptcraber. la eenaetiwee af thbtflreat Mere, I do now ffiae aty LAiion OTOcn FnncY fe Domen tio DRY" GOODS! ILotscr than Uvor T a3 CUDAI AR THPa .cntxrEÄT! 1 dwm K a eary t aaontiea partleaiS lar atlw Rrryik n q arfil he old m t;Xaw at the GERMAN 8T0RE. Cczntry Merchant and Pedlars W wa wVa ta rtfltextb tkUr sleek at tl ZCZQin MAM GTOtlC, a:ii Aftt.r.k jaiewfjtrr lbii. tT'OfasyaofUsrBl ha T0 SPECIAL TJOTICES. CO TO NICOLOVS raavn'M Iino A't Gallorv ! 10 MAIX To har year Picture taken in a.!l tbe rarloca te hsowa to the att 1 HELM J Hil'S FIT CT Ftrirr. Ti'.Kt.rauT liiman UKUf fOUrs KXTRACT PI CHI", tiik ;r::at iiu:ni: Ur.LWKir KXTRACT Pi -eiir. TKK RE AT PtlT.KTU'. UKUrCOIJCS EXTRACT TVCUV, TtiK unr.AT MURrno And a ruiue acJ Spe-iflc Kemejy t-r Iim-c th IUaJier, Hi-Licyt, Urar.t. Xtropay, Orfaulc VraV?j-f., And all lkaae of the L'nuary (rrn. Sea Advensaerrent la anothfr c4n .in. Out u t i and abd fur the VeU;cir.e at once. zswjnz orcorsTzzrrjrs. aaaaJarSa Dfaprpoia with PiN. It i a great error in un th Tnca a eal diaaaaa; O'.nimenta er 1 Jtuuiet t arc !, to wartlaarraa. Pttat vtaa Sn e rruove the taute, l promotin dixeetloa and prerentirit cIj tu-., therelf cdsrtrhinc th Uiy thioujcti iL I !t- Pesic . Sep1., a, 1 C-i. For mor thas U.iy ar, hare I "r-l Kie;:.v from l75rpaia and IMc. l!ac tii"t vatiou ui-'o-bfiM wiUtoa) bceftt. In Ji.U4ij, llft3 ilii'. Pmavvia JsratT, aid by iL f thne Ml pertkJy cured of ls-'.h Iyiii!a a:i ri. ".' general Lrtitb Is new ail 1 ran 2ia:re it. blaylSdwiw JkULTON liAr.r.KTT. ajr Nuflerera from bcrofulfu arr.ttiot:, rm .p Why wear ywr Piirj lra, l'4tuhe, ITcers S.it ? -Why hat th life twtrtrd out of t.y lHr- p.ia khrauiaUaia and ttutitt Why uHt ;j-l.ii:..c ..I Mercurial dirac to rtt the lot: !n vur U!r. t the f.f.h off your Nitvat Why r jvur k'.ipt.Mi bloTH! Urag and acattrr it ttioLmper t'.K fuoch j.mr eiia! Avta'a Cowr. Ka'f of aip-.;;a cv;et tlxaa rotnplalDU. and rirariM-a ihoi mt vf t'.i .. tem. t'ae tt faithfully and you 1 riry t -tj a healiLler, cleaüirr, and far i re t'vrpuVlo h.ti ler. 'IVpwtii, Paltiuw. Ml. 'uu-'il!- MiT Wt wouIJ call the pr!icUr atttvunn tt ev ery readr to the adrrrt lament .f Mr! ' 8trepjtheuia Corral and Vclianw t"hl Ui.iUK ni ( They are Uk well known in Im cJiin:uriity t ir- quir fcorarsrndationa. Put there are ii-.anjt f ..ri reader h4 are u.Trrinjj tn !.rirKinrM t f tli igraUr organa, Ilhorn ütt t-'iLt i In ..f rb rral caiue, flrg rve t ; i-ipt-wa uch a dpn. dery, jterreaa cnplraaiit froii lintcikLoti. 1 V of uergy. tnaking e&Utrae Lum2v. To ail i !.. may beaSlcted. try täi CttUJ; it w.ll ji ve tm .it diate relirf. To all w bo may be afKu wd Uli S.rt or Taina of any kttiJ, try the I Jmi-.i. i:t. Mi Lr a.l- vrrtitnueiit la another rolatuti. (Ufr?l-!w lw Drnndrrth'M Pill Are gr owiir mor In fvor w.th the p;Mie. It, bow vuiireiled thry are 1U 1-et.t purirative y.a an put forth from the world ti ni(Ijit!e. Tl ti-ne will eurely arrive when tLejr ill jfce!e t!l ..tlf pnreativea whatever. The Ingred.ent tt wl.'rii they art ompvaed ran ararcely be t'i.iat;, 1 ! y Ir ti t g'ata or the makrra ef othrr p:'.i. Dr. I;.-tr.!rn has thetn grew a and prt pan d waifut r arI i i ih apenae. And thi rare t Diake a jopuir pur p tire Is cpprei iated, v tt' 1 wA ruf- oil r purgative ar dragplrg a tu krrf: aUt n-c. Ai. I yet they may har ne rrn-rit. Hut nran'.r.-th' PSl'iare safe aid sure eaf-, lcaunc t!iry ; . ite Je!y co juipure huainr. N valuaM Cui i touched; ci1y xft t or wrn-o.:f, n.atrrial, w!.irh, whitt takeu cut cf 'n btJy, l-vr it tr n?r. -They at pJaauX i atr-Jy t f t-cure tr-J.U iue ran I . To aay that they Ü1 not a44i,.-i,jiira plv e pain w.;U1 be true, but the pain they ve ot.Iy t.au-e thy rem'vs iLoe tic!" ?.n '. laJ huiuors f-cTi ihr i.I.ll which r.re t2;e t'rasiit f dwvr. Tly . j .-. . Iure' svr'iurn, tui i tii rar-nt a ay 1 p'.. a autlj. SUi ty J. R. CrxnRAM. Torte-llautc, at;,l by at rapetaM dealers In medicine. a;':tltni A Hr.waao is Orrxaanl For the '.rteniou , f j person conntorMUiiK, lmltatnijr, or the verier i f at.y sa'b cotiiiterfrit or lrc('ti.n t f ptrrhave's lt..'!ii l Bitter. The -nLiiH, highly lO LiritfMi H. !ivil Bitters i put up in lislf-pu.t t;5r .!,v, bs1iiK the name of the proprietor. Pare, Jr , H-n in U.en, and his r!?iiature ari-urd Iii" I tf raih an lr-i tj botHJ TbU VliKhtful A TOUid ha t4f l rtelrl br A TU t -Iran, f ith that frr whitli tmlv e,t.Usl to real'r -ie'jßr preparafioti. W 1. n .ii. r Iii tu n r k -4 miccck atteudlt.a; It s-!r,iuiira:lin. il.e v, :ul l-.n. f f I'cvrr aid A ;:. Wesküt ai diJ, lj j--pi, IlrartUurii, ..f the Stt-niarla, M. k and Xrviu U'a'.at Lr. Jnli uii, C.tiv. - l.r ar.t PJra, ti OiT W lib te f-niplrt r..i Ii. I il extrciae. titer ail N'r"'U, P.i. unial C, sn t Neuial ICtc Aff tiui.a, we em.iii't ur ilr st i' j ' j ular'tv. Wrll mar the IntalUt s'e tl.ta r-:nedy. Iii. 21 dwl To t'ontuiiti v ! Th aJrrrti-ier, La 11.4 ! 11 retorel tv l ealÜ! ti few werka by a very ajiupie rrrr.ry i.ui l.ati..- nuj. fered aereral ytar wuh a severe Imii sff.ftlcn, ail that dread iheaet Cons.mptic: ! f. . xi-mj u n..k kltowu to hi feJluw-auffertfa the I..4MI t.f tute. To tfcoae who wih t try It, he wl ari.d a ,. u lhi ptiipU'n ued (fee f harre) wiLu th.- J.-. -linn for prrpa".ii ait.1 tiusj the aame, wl.kU t!.. r ill find aur ettr fr Ctiunipt;on, Aihtia, r.rn Chilia, Ac. Tba only oljet .f the d-rlirr k '. aeririf the pretrrtption t. i i., t t tLe at!., tl atnl eprad Infaiuiati-n wt4-! h e :- Ke t-1 i.e inoli... ble, and he h-e. err, y ;!T. ? . r ai.i trr 1 ' rr.. ') , aa It coals them i.iL.i.r, arnl ma pfee a llra.ir.. ParUea r1btrK Ue prrw rlptt-n w1M pjr J.)rr. IU. KDVYAkl) A. WH.M.lN, VkH.anihurfC, eplSil Kit. .'lT.-, . T. The Great English Remcdj jr J.vMr.srLUiKr.s cKLi;nKATKi i'hmali; riu.s i Prepared from a rtfr'ij'iin ni Sf J. i-Jtikr -ti..,AytVjii HxtractrJtnir y tot fir (tuitw Thi itjr.lullo xrlrii.e I ur.f-.litie i-i ti rtr . all thw painful ajid Janpro'j iiiari to tiitb Um femalctiiitut.n I u'j ."l. It iti'-5 rate rii tl. rew n rf not. all '.. .:r'i i..ti, 't a rfS'-l eure may be reüed on. tu MAiujr.:) i.adik.s t a perlicwlarly autted. It wilt, in abort time brti a on tba mot.thly prlel with refuIarHy.. Karh r-"tü, price one .,!!r, !-erv the (i.ffii tent Stamp of ftreat IVltlaln, to prrref.t rtii."r fetta. CAfTjON. T' .'' A.n'. t4 !-r UlJttm f w fem,iU t'u ,nj U Flh'M TUfiKC ,Vf.Vrv r't !'rJ-,,r:; (Aey Ire trv ( bHtJ en Mi- ii ti-tjt t,i.t if y taUer lime tXry ar mtt'r. fa all cjat of "rv'"i arvt fptf.al tffertfon, I: ,1 In the iUck a il LimK Katifje .n '.'.ht ett il.'e raipi'a'Joa of the Heart, HflerU- arxl White, these Vtü wi!l ajeet a ctre when all other me ar. bar feed; nd allhrmfcb powerful retnety, Ao ixH cortlaia iron, calomel, anUm'-ry or airjtblcg hartful to theo,,tu'iMi. Pull A.tKUotiM to the pamphlet ar onnd rwta aik tre, whih rbna.'.d be refu'.!y preerre.l. ' Soht Arnt kr the 1'rv.led Matra a-i-1 Ca'.aJ, JOB HO, (Ut l.C. PaMwIn A Co., Knrbeeler, X. V. !f. B. f 1.09 a4 i jtr .tamp ik l.- l It any aathortsed airent, wltl !our a Jwnt'e, rot.t lintnt; id Ptlls, by return snail, f-o'i by J. R. CsiMr.jrini and P. M. Ije,n'l!y, Terr-lf ae, anl s!l pioi I)rtaiU- myiadwtf LEGAL. sHKHIlT-S SALK Hy virtue of k an ci!:fn -1 f-"w iS V 'c- f"mntoti t'.dirt. t tie "r"4.l ait ' ,t v"-t i- of V. .:iim Jf-lw'! 1-, ai;tt Jy . .1. r triiii. I ." ., !.-.; 1 ..',',. .'.t n.-e.l real eata'e. t.ttt-"! In gi C'intr, IrMistiS. to-eit; I-t Nn ten 10; in Tel JhI t ber" a t:i1 to tb- vTi .f Ter re. Ilaute, and n JUTTRf'AT KEITEMMIK 14. HI, Within th lejal hotir. of aaid lar, at the Cwirt llr-nM-door. In Terre-IIsutr, I w ! o.T.-r the rer.'.und p: r.t e tb a'.e decrit-ed real e.tJt , !.'.-! !,rr ;'h '' tbe prlr.tece a re I appnrtenatirra t the a-ie h 1. r fif Irr Nit Itrrr'H1 -veri year, t" 'ie ; hirhest Mdder f T Cab, aM t!p--n fjilre to realire a i urn suCHent to aatit'y aaid fiiti"ii etnlt'-Is I I will then a ltd there rfTer the fee.mj'le, ): atKl in I said real eUte, to the l.igLr.i l.ld ler f.r ta-h. j sti.fy the acme. ' Thi letU day 4 Anrui. 1 seil . aafllwVW.W hAktl KL OIVFR. SIS.