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THE DAILY EXPRESS.
rJH. HE-H AUTU
MONDAY ...DKCKMDKR 9. Ml
Tut work ofrtrfeciiDSthe organization of
the via army now iu . the field i go'in; for
ward with the greatest expedition. Within a
c.rt .t. nf tiniff we will Lave i the
held an armv of evcu haired ihouaand mf un'au ofiiceruettiu ntuk. tootle
una an artnv hT fur the couMrv. Mjor (ieueral Mctlelleu
mm, the tivj l perfect m dunpliuea.Me. i., 41 prorea Linelf e.iul to every litiution
iner t of any army .vcr orj-tmi- " ,,riJ
the re uh of the 1 rs irefratwtt btvotne j
1 ... ..I, hit t.ii o im-
ife I. the roor.tr .! 1 '" j
Ditieut at the d.lar.1Iic.niei.ii " " I
.,!..,., l..-t The taortJ i.ev er a ?uoh an
irair create 1 aud ,', H n ,n lit,r :
- - ,
' -t- - - i
Uopurt f the Secretary of W. !
Wae i)mwT. Doc. 1. j
! Lath tbe Louor tu ubtnil th mn- .
Sir
. .t . , ..T i,ii T)-rirttil4.'!il.
The Lccom;un?in4 rf ;rt of the ih-f oj
Hie se erai iuir. t -
I lie 5ecra t . - . r
the .u rorriatis require.! for theaert.ee of
1 Jtmrnt dariiu the üiljCar ndS
JnneW.I. he ppropruei j .
. t. irr ta rcrer tie ileficiericir in the r
itfteAiTtucc rer t., ,
t.mat for ....... j ..
I f .llowinir autemeitt ureses U the en
lur t-tiun'.ed itreith of the arm;. ih rob
uMffrr aitd reul tri:
Vol uuteer.
For the
war. Ak''e-
ri.41H II.G3G
J,m) 2.775
H),n KJ 4.9I1
J7.33-J CJ.018 !
I'J..Hl ,n,7G- !
li.UtH) 15.UM) S
IG.'JU lG.tM)7
",oth) 7, Oo i
'JÖ.7G) 3).iyi
J.o5i)
4,1 oi) 4, ICO
y.cfx) i.:i79
12.410
lüÜlK) 11U,1-S
fi:i: di.hi
J 4.700 113,959
5,eJS 7,183
H. OOO H,7
I'J.OOO l'J.779
U,l.Vl U.'Jia
: IK)0 5,tHH)
4 ,00 1 ,'HX)
2,:i 'J.roo
I. IKH) 4.000
4 (XI !,000
4',ikk 3n
Three
month.
77.'
4,9 II
d.fC
Cihfyrn'i
t'oriaet. ul
liehiwarc
Ui.no;
Iu!:n 4
Iowa
K" :it :cLy
Maine
Manl.md
Maiich'tetn. . .
Michigan
Mini; -"t-1
Mirsouri
'ew II iuip.h'.ie
Sew Jerser
rt.ni
7-1
j
3.0G8
OUU 1UJ23C
1'eunaTlvani. . - .
Khylaiiltsid.... I,
Vermont
Viririn'u
W I-M'oti.'tn -
Kins -
Colorado. . ....
Nebraska
Xetad
Xew Metico. ... -
Pi t. of Cohunbi.t li.SU
i:-funacd trer.lh
of the regular ar
my intlndinj ti e
ew enhs'vmcr.ts
uoder act of Con
reii of Jt.lv 'h
l,
Ji,334
C4VOJ71
Total
The several arm of the service are etima
le i ft fd'.ovr-:
Volunteer. Iteultrs. Ags e
luUi.try 5.7.VJ0- 4 4.175 :.tWK)
Caralry 54, ."'U
Artillery........ W -6
Hirten i S. :.oot'r rTJ5
Kn-'ineers 1 lUi
t;iO,Cl7 00,33 4 CV).'74
The aj pioprutions linked for the er ice cf
the next U'cal veir are computed for it force
of live hundred tluHHin 1 men. They hve
been rue4 t the lowo-t poible am-mnt
f on 'Ucat with tho public Interests, and are
l.t e 1 t;t-n tricuy econoaical ndtulniiir -lion
of the various 'branches of tills Depart
ment.: . ' ...
Tbe apprupmtiom to cover deficiencies
are rendered noceary bt the excess of the
f.rve in the c! 1 over thit upu which the
Intimates were foun-led, and by ettraonhtn
r eipenditurcs connee. with the employ
went and dU htre of the Three .Months'
Continireut.
An item of very heu r eipene is the lar-e
mounted force which hat beeu organipl,
quipped and made available .-.'nco the called
action of Conre.sK, and which was not com
puted for in the estimate. While pi increase
of cavalry was undoubtodly cccesstry, it his
revched a immerical trength more thm ad
-.piate t the wants of the service. As it
can only be tinintt'ned at a jrreat co-t, mea
urtM wiUbe Ukea for iU gradual reduction.
In ori'tilrn' our reit army, I w a effect -ielr
Ri b I by the local (lerernors of the
different :'t ttc, nnd c'iferfully acknoleJp;e
lheroi,jt pvtriotUm with which they to--ponded
to the call of this Department.
Coii. tcvttliiriii iu ettr sessin, author
!ed the araiy to be increaed by the accept
ance of volunteer force of live hundred
th iiHand men. and made an appropriation of
five hundred millions of dollars for its sup
port. A call for tho troops was hnmcdiate
It mi !; but numerous were the ttTers,
that it w uf und diilinill ti iliscrimiiute in
ihe choice, where the patriotism oflhepeo
pie demanded that there hould be no re-trie
b.-n u.n enli ..tmer.ts. I'.yery p..rtion of the
loyal S?vtes desired U io!l the army, and
ererr community was naious tht it hould
I. reireinted ia a cau.-e tiiat appealed to
the noblest impuhs of our people.
S. thoroughly arouse! wa? the national
heart, that 4 have no doubl this force would
have been swollen tJ a million, had not the
Department fe't ornpodled to restrict It, in
the absence of authority from the represent
atives of t!te i ron!, to " increa.se the limited
nuxnt-er.
It willl e for l on?re io uecuie
w hetiior the ai ru v ah ill to further augment
ml, with mw to more spee ly tcrnmia
' ... ..f , .. ... - . '.i Vill !,m rnjitm.
. ! t the strength alrei ly fited bv law. In
ti e latter ct.. with ihe object of rclucin
the volunteer forco V five huudred thouaeo,
l . r.,wik i)tt .-.ine.!.! of l 'on -re-it. Ii
i-ii,-.lv!e v. 1 uf the r?tmenut a mvy
t'nita lln,c to li.ue fall Udo w tho re-.i'.ition
'.tsn larvl. The adoption of thU tuevnre
will ilcvreve thrt.nr.inher of otTu era. a,,.! j.n
portionate'.r dimin'odi ti e eioet of the
armv.
The Sirtuo att.ih-ate. thed.ttMer al
lloU . Hun to tha jteuivure advance of our
,inuv,rrm.!..cl bnhoimtif nee of the
o....trj. at 1 the Wu aval .f our moetnci.u
to the cnemr I-trv:tora in our mVUt.
He rev.i--thectohtic n of t!i Country ia
re vrd t the t u; U and mvnufvctnre of
rnv and Vw tVtt whde in April U-t.
ritieid Arnvur conU uuutveture but
1 ' . . ,
tiftinr ent Sei ar. ! Lake (va!; v.tt the
' , , '
!",cr of incre4fc-the number of c-v.. elt to
. i
the i.trao.t raiKir.tvi f the !..itary Ac. 'eiar.
' . , .
He rema-.endt that pnnoolfona ainMi tI
. ,
-i teee !. the m a in the regular ervice,
, , , , f i
.vr. d toil the .Ivto of .-or.ini..iion .b.il.4 f ive
.jii h thr nt! v v, o.oteer or rrvlir er-
. 11 r -i -.:t. ..! 1. ' . l'llt A i!,mr b llil '
I. tbe i;.b,-emei,tt iu r..l,,l i-v tie reC.ar
i;.liceroetit tu rtili.tt irv tbe reu r
AiJtUt tie ..oviheroflVU an lt..
-Ir ,- be li n tel. He fully etphhu the
. et' nMhelcuMUaiiia Ka.In.id.. I
ihe eicbulm o f ether. iu the lrau;rtativn
it Tr, l- d l.-.r u.t -f 1 r hrd
oa penrs.
lz rfcui n t!.t rf w.ii23 cf tr-a. - it
l.t hundred CUP KT m-.th. it will U ei
Med by thadd lioualimj rovetumtt. .,w i reÄiw1Ct-.letirin- him ami hit men U. tike
' .. - p, . I... r . 1 the p!ce of Co. A. wlcch ha been dct . heU
ronsr.lctel Jurmj Ue next iear to uia.oila. ,
. .i t -vo j r! e the rt .mei.t hat Wen Ul f.e'.l for
t.sreorcr Hutten thtArnl pr month. . ,
. . i r., , r artillery etryiceihe re-;irr cm bvnnr had a
N r4-vtnQtei.dt tJ tVnrrCi the LdMll ol 6 -
rer.xun. e w v r . M,.on 0f 4hUerr aith ihew all thron-h
reorv;.;-.TV-lheMu.:iof thel n.te!Stvtet, i . . ... v..:;. T?
ii:-ii a ii. -! -
and the promotion of Central McCdelleu. Le
iuht of the we-ut month, IJeuten
aut General Wlnfield Scott voluntarily re
linuuUhed hi high command a C.eneral m
Chief of the American army . Ho Lad faith
fully and gilUutlviervedhLi country for up
eJ of half a century. ai.d the clor of hi
achieveruenU hxi given aJJitioi.il luitte to
the br';hte-t pae of our national annalt.
The aaectious of a greatful ptrordc followed
him ifitohii retirement. The 1'feiident im-
nieditlr coafered the command ol ear-
t,va t,; great talents bad been Uetaitea
into excrvUe. HI LrilliiLt achicvmeiit iu
extern v irgiuia. lue uiiunu vuvrgy uu
bftbilltv he hi delated W the
1 consummate ability he lias Ubiuy eu
! organisation and dUrij.line of an entirt
i.ru.r.hav iiullr wou for him the
.....Uoion and dUrir.line of an entirely new
.have) iuÜT won for him the ronfi-
Uen" a,,tl a!TUuie 01 tae lnI au,i ol '
j After .jieakujg of the extraorduiary UWr
lulled uputbe War Perttnent. He reo
omaienJt a reconstruction of the bouiirit
of IVlaware. jurjiiM na fclu...
to gire to MtrrUnd 1! that portion of r
giuulTin; r.Mtortheisiueuwge.io irgmi
the two Western counties of ManlauJ. and
to Delaware all the Territory held by Mary
Und and Virginia Yt of the CheaatAe.
recorcmenJi tbe re construction ot
.......
uf Columbia with U aucieut
. .. . ......
limit. The SecreUry winds up his report
. oas jiserUt-l0n on the slavery que
..ul tK. .lUruttiünn nf t-ontrabiikU"
and the slaves of Hebels.
This portion of the report w ith the tmdiü
cation of it, made Wr the Treident we w ill
Ke entire in to morrows bue.
Militär) .
The Lafayette Journal says: "Col Wil
ou obtained at Indianapolis, on Monday last,
four hundred additional over-coats for the
4fHh regiment; also several hundred more
gun. The guns obtained for this regiment
are all, we believe, of Hiiro;!" nnnnfu turo
and superior in fini-lt.
Another writing from Misouri .av of the
eth and 4?th regiments: "The llh regi
ment came out to th'n State with 1,007 inen,
rank aue file. Now it cannot nniter more
than f50, and this is about the average of
the other regiments. The !th came on dress
para le the other dvy, and I am certain it
did net master more than three full comjea
ies."
Kegiaients fiom I'eims) Uania, Ohio and
oilier States continue to crow J into Kentucky.
Oencral Ituelt must hue nearly or tpiito one
hundred thousand tuen ia hburominmd. AH
Indiana and Illinois Kegimcnts, now organ
ising, will be dispatched thither as soon as
pos3ble.
From the Kvansville Journal of Thursday
we clip tho following paragtap:
We leara by a gentleman from Henderson,
who arrived here yesterday morning, that a
messenger had arrircd at the former place
the evening before with news of a setcre
.Liriu!.-di between a jortiouof td. Jack son '
cavalry and a body of rebels. The latter
were routed with a los of some to killed and
wounded. Col, Jackson's los amounted to
even or eight killed. The affair is Faid to
ha v e occurred in Muhh nburg county. Col.
Jackson will become as celebrated as "Light
horse Harry Lee," of tho Revolution.
The ltoweu, from I'uducah, ieoitsall
(piiet at Kord s Ferry. Ca-ey ville and vicini
ty. Capt. Uchr's Morton Artillery left for
(ireen river yetcnl iy on the steamer (.tillum.
They tMk with the tu for pieces of artillery,
hor?es, Ac. The (illum was loaded with
supplies, and towed a barge loaded with hay,
corn, A.c., for the army of (ireen river.
lAKHuis's Michigan b tilery and Howe'.
Itegtilar lottery have tjoue kom Cheat
Mountain to Itomney. It is only forty miles
from llomney t Wim heter, and over a
goad turnpike road. Look out for something
exciting from Winchester and the valley ol'
Virginia before N'cw Ver Dav.
The Indi ma; olis Journal if Stturday,
S ys:
Cajt. S. Coulsoii, of Sullivan, "the right
man ia the right place." is uulhoiied to
r.ii-e a company of men for a lattery of
mounted artillery, now in wailin- at the ar
enal, to serve during the war All those
h tv ing the welfare of their eountry at hetrt
and desiring to ene in the mo t de-.irable
branch of the -rv ic, can now have .m p
portunity.
We undertond through Mr. Tracy King
min, of this city, who it ailing ia the for
nution of the company, that all officers are
to be chosea from the ranks. When fully
equipped and prepared for ervice thi., will
be the crack battery of Indiana. Two Cof
fee Mill guns are exacted to be attached to
it.
The India iujd'. Journal ?.vtsi: Captain J.
jj ;rerr, known every wher a the "Ke
( 'Ur. ha, recruited a cumny
for Col. Walker'" Kepmeut, the !t.th, and
wj-nt into Camp Morton with hit men tn
I . . . .
I J .. ." .
I'eari-rn ruuniy. ami is met. u. lomjny
th.vt that cc.iiuty h eilt wito the fiel 1 .i
fft t,)l( p,, tr.blUr.lf lt Gf ther-U
rtotim oT the Jot:thetern ruer of the
Sl- l li '" ' '"J
os of native Wn citirena üi the
reaicnl-the other companies being
entirely , or ncatlr -o, of natives of
j Ireland. The 1st !rih ia a .-leadid re.-i
! went, and Caj t. Ureen's couijany l.a.a ad !eI
'",'ely t U ti-cle arwt qn.aht.e at a IkIj
vf re-ulut htinj: wen. I'reiiou to yty,u,z
i--jw. Orn w orTere.1 by. tie,,.
j mini, Mllly S 111! Uil COI.ijU wl Millie lllll
.' .-.t i. . ....i ...... i..,r .
; ueuUrT ts V a:, ii aiid ttt toen, a?l ah
! ' . .. , ...
m what ap;re. tation they art l.l l bv an cf
; ' . . , ,
tcer wIk) ino them a iiei;hlorj and ac-
'
liitaiMtaace The Company dechne-I th of
j
I Ur bet:. c well t4eat1 wuh t d Walker and
f U.eir uvMtion in to repfnerib Ihejev;xt
M ' , ...
' to fo to KtntuckT ia a fw dart, a;it in the
( . ...
t.e.d ol JOliTe rnne oru i"ini w m
j uc.rtü.y of thoroughly te hn, iL. ,
1 -M VH' -c . c
j f tl R,tn l hM tt,nH
- mer.tl bhly at t. r,cet thero to i.n
. : n t Id aU tried rtglfctnt. We hav. m.
j dobt bnt that Ca4. Creen ar-d rot cvuipaf.r.
! I. ,-ether will !l their -Itc In lh Li h ,
j leriaieut, .II prove tLea-Jelv w orthy cf J
ti e grf it c-rf.1jr.re reptti tlca '
. .. ,, vacir vi.ui iij-M in "i-;riii l irrmn. l j.e
An'old friend In the ictcrior of the Sute
tayi the Louurille Journal, rilci tü auie
us thu motto U: "(21 ärt, my country
tjet.' The noUe words of our frieud recafl
the elcMuent esrreiou Bishop Simpson ha
giveu to the.ame thouaht. "Wewilluke,"
u the lauguage of the Hitop, "our cloriau
fla' the tli of our country and tail it
ju-t below the Cro-M. There let it waveaa
it waved of old. Around it let gather. -Kir-t
l'hrit, then our conntrv."
(Jor. 15ucLiulaui doiitel a upj.lv of
turkeys for Thatikgirinjr U all the yoldier
ia camp in Connecticut three regiments and
a battalion of cavalry ail light artillery.
,S, niueli for liuckiixh4in'
DRUGS.
II
AV1NU a !arre Htock on hand
and i..tnif to reduce it aa diu.U ai toiihlf
W(ur Uring la jr Spring kuppli, 1 til fur tL
uxl lUitx j Ur ll any r 11 ot my fmU at a rry
niuail ailvan. uocoii.
TFUMS CASH AM NO CUE I 'IT.
WUutfle tujer i'.l ti..t tbi a rar rtaon far
kd4i. THUM S H. M IIK, IrugiU
PERSONAL.
N O T ICE.
I.M'Kt'UIIY TO THOSE IXTKRKSTFU
rpiU: HOOKS AND XOTKS. OF
.4L tb abv.nbr will tili retaaia in th. hand ot
A.C. A. W.S !'.. in far collation, until th lit of
Juurr, whea all that hare not paid will find t&'ir
Not an.l AccomiU iti viher hnl for prompt pay
raeuu t K. VVUIPI'IX.
lvcfiuVr , 'CI d1w42w
vroTic k i:xtu AO itD i x a nr.
1 All rr..n V...ir. t T.ntl Vr In.lfKt.! I ii
1 tua. ritht-r by itot or LuwL account, ar earnestly
, called upon to runt up auJ aetllr bjr th lt of Jaua
' ry, 1hC3. 1 VU ST and VVlt.L haye what U 0u me.
!
ariJ thiM iloii to MuveOoSr win take bted to tin
call.
U-ceuiW ?, 'C4 Jlw
THOMAS H. BARR.
TM DO UTA NT NOTKM:. All per-
.A. aona lnJbtel to Jtuif W. Si-wart ar reifnted
to rail at once at tbe Mwart llou- and rttl their
accwunt, ritherby canh or nt, aa alt his err-nnt
havr been left in my ban.ts far Rf ttleintit, aud If not
attrul4 to jukmi tUcy wtü b placed In tlx" han.1 of
IIa prvl:f f oSit'efa for Collti tivitl.
J. XV. Mi KKY.
DevoiUr 3. tlawjtr
IVO!
AT THE.
GERMAN STORE.
pKSlDKS TIIK MANY AHTI
I cl cf Pry I'.oikIs for al y t at ihadrrinan
Store, the following artich-a are odered Vf ry lw:
tine lar Fretich plate Mirror, one Iron Saff, one
Iek, ona Show fase, three t'onnter Table, one
lar?e Wood Stve, U MooU, two Cloak IV rim, one
Latlyiiew A wninjr, and one Patent Uas l!rWlor fr
aSlw Wla low, wü as uej in New Tort Sly; two
Scalen, one letter l're, elc., etc.
4)eo,mf r 7, dA.3w
CLOAKS.
CLOAKS, CLOAKS,
HV F.XPHF.SK THIS DAY
VT-
THi: LMAhKltS OF l-'ASHIOX.
I7I.VtiANT W.ACK TFAVKH AM I RKNt II
Is rioih Cloaks I'll i:Al"e
FlSAI.t MtDOl'tiAI. A. CO.
SKIRTS.
Balmoral Skirts,
A NT.W sriTLY
KF.CKIVF.D THIS DAY,
at various rmcix
ICdw.'ill, lIcIont;al A. Co.
WANTED.
V SM A LI a lMPKoVKI) FAHM.
Addres wiib full particulars a to price, Wm,
location and Imprt venifiitv. P.O. lVo No, 41, ftrand
view, llllnui.
IH etuber 4th, 'ul. d wSw h!
500
misii, wiiiTK iu:ans.
nob'.
C. S. TUTHJ'.
b:
OAItDKUS NVANTKl). A few
cxd Iniarder. cjtv l accoinmdated by the day
or week if application ii made n, at corner uf Sud
arul Mulbt-ry Mre-ti.
1IF.NRT ASbKHSON.
Nov. Sth.'Cl, a:.
(( ItUSHKLS of Shell Hark
fJV-'V Hickory Nuts.
t,.,v7 dif O. S. TUTTLK A Ct)
STOLEN OR STRAYED.
rpVOHOHSKS were either stolen
.aL or cut .we nnd strayed away, from tha Church
twomile Snth of Pralrirlwn, on Saturday bight lat.
Dim i. LI kborü years ob last Spring, wiib a
in ill .t.r in hi forehead. IS h ndv LiRh, not h!,
had on a aaddU nJ bridle. Th- other 1 a h.ny
b.re .mail .tar in lb forelie.vt, tsil ealen off by a
calf; 4 y-ar old I't Spring, ba.1 on a bridle only; no
h'e.
A liberal reward will be frlven for any information
tint will levl to tiielr recorery.
T1I08. M. WIUJ1.
Priiri' ton Tuwthip, Iec. 'CldAwlw
MUSICAL.
TOUT'H
UNION QUADUILLi: HAND!
WII.L ATI I N D rKOStrTI.T TO AM. CAU.t
in tbe mn-Kl line. Mii"ic furnl'hed for bill
and TarUes at reawnabU rates.
Jy20.tly.
CLOAKS.
l'lrant, rac Till !
.-mil Hccoii.iik!
rn i
Jt ST KKCKIVr.D
AT HEADQUARTERS!
I.tNall, Hcnoi4al V Co.,
I KADHHS or rASHlON. VOM
lj I. tDir.S I.O.lKS-fovlea and Tat;
fr b titqce-! y leading Nw Yoik and TarU
Mle.
Km(,f'.l Iwi' k H'srrr C!..ak;
I lre.r.t I nglia CP th Cb ak. from to f:0
I'vtra Iv-ubla bret-ch la'r Clocks, fmu
:o to til;
P1tea acooirpinylff e. b tyle, eiLiOe Ii tbe
r.llLLINERY C00DS.
i . -
.ir. wiin i:i.i:ii.iT .iTVi.r.s
M I L L 1 N ERY!
Kl t etiiednt. Oct. nth, IHt.
I havi: .usT i:i:ti;hnki
1 trxm It. Ti l w'.ikalsrt ao.1 vrW.1 t.k
wU acei-t
M 1 L LI NEK Yl!
T -'wtf h I laia the at-ou cf
I
( AMI liriT.UH (LY !
MHS. WALTE.
Iii üiä it, Yxt'z TS tzi ?ixU.
IJATO Ct CAPO.
HAT AND CAP
STORK!
lual prued iu Mr
Hleiaia MaaUaiM
S'j. 114. Srlkwnl Cr. Mala A l' -S''J
TKKRU 11 AUT U, I N I I A N A
I
PliOPMCTOK or Mills j
X -MaUl.bmnt wonl.l repwlful,y " ' j
ibertliarM 4 l.rrf-Wan au im
cumtry (tat he Mthim WW
largest stock (
-or-
Cl.VTS .t.VM 4iiS
Kv.r vrrr-4 f. .l rVV0'
fry Mini ffMeu 14 t,,u liU
WTIULKSALK ANT KliTAIL.
AT TMr
LOWEST WAR PRICEÜ !
lOlt GASH 4
We would le-'P' I fully call the alUntUu "f
Couutry Uerchant ami Dealer
To our larf od Wf II saorle4 atoik- Our facihtle
for purchasing are i.irh that w cau Hord to eil as
low as any houae we-t of tha inouaUlna. We Veej
cou.tst.il7 on band a .r .i.k o, ,
rnr and uooi nut
Whlihhive tafUi l. tfd cisllr frthclr tr K', j
and whkh III e seid l r the !
t
LCiWKST 4'ASlf rilKJIls ! I
Wo woul 1 a No ill ali-i.lioii t j mir
SII.lv HATS!
Which ht. I'-cil nii Itrd
Directly from Now Yoik !
And w hb h will t-hall'Mifte all ..theis f,.r
CHKAFNCSS, STVLi: AND FINISH!
ISEN 1IUBBS, Jr., Agt.
No. Ii4 MAIN STREIT.
CLOTHING.
r no
Union Ololliuic Mor.
HECF.IVKD THIS DAY
OVHROOATB !
ULAl'K HKAVEH,
ISLAi'K V DHONYN MOHA1U.
HLACK SEALSKIN.
ItLK A HUN HlliUr.I) SATIN LiT
!OiJLcjlJLa.oae Govt.
' SILK MlXl'D I'ASSIMKHK.
UNDUKSSKD OASTIMKl.T..
IJLACK rASSlMKIll'. i
. i
i
FANCY ( ASSIMt:ii:. i
n i e v b: o o mp s :
rem rirair. i rut r t
CHINCHILLA IIKAVKR.
.lOH AN NT. S HKA VKH,
DIJOWN A HLACK THU'O !o
CXI S1M.SS SI'IT.S !
i;N(ilJSH MI.LTONS,
FANCY nir.NCH A ENGLISH
CASSlMLItr.S:
UNACK ANh HHOWN CLOTHS,
IM KSK INS. A( 'f
i
III ITtartt Hurrsmieil lo J4vtc Sh.
ilaeew. aar 5ley HrlmnlrJ.
IIAHTUCI: 4 SiA3IaTi.
DRY COODG.
BEST CHANGE!!
4T INK-
GEHMAM STORK!
Tili: HF.M AIN'DF.H F Tills
-ot
DRY (i OODS!
wil t, iitvr to p.r. -ian trr
Bctwcon now and Chrifltmas !
And what od- tti-r are on baud now will l.e vld
UcnrdlrMM ol :o !
AT i'Rl.T S TO SLIT r.VFFTBOtiV 1
(Tir,
Hosiery and Embroideries !
A VAhlKTT OP
ritECIf .1IKUIIVOK !
PLF.ACIir.D
TAIiLL CLOTHS i NAPKINS!
I u ir - AM" OLNI
Liurii IlandliCrclicilV !
A UW IISI
BliOCIIE SIIA Wl.S!
irtKAt MM.
SETS ov whs:
j. Lot oi Mui.as,
1 o sp i r k v i r v m v i or i r s
a toon AS-kintyrNT or
Olillclron'B 17tixo
A Mi I A-aoIll JIM Ol
FANCY HEAD NETS!
oR OIIMll
11 AIHD1NS, HIHDONS, lir.LTS,
Abd a ooJ many othr nice litl'.e arthles tiv te
iti. lo mention all of wbicb sre n..w offered at
prices Iu
ist on I h i ' v i h o tl i .
j A plendid ss.mtment of plain and barrel
i Jtuoneti, Brillianti, Plain aud Dot
; . ted Swim, &c.
. PI it f 0 cut f.i tbe Ik Ur
I
LA-DIISS
Wishing topanhe4 a nice a.n good
X "mild do w ell to call at tie
, At tbee c ck1v are ru-w
LOI.DFAH LFLOW THFin IUCI'LaH
rnici:
A Cue I t ..f
u( Fine ShirlH !
vtfsrrir.ted will nit aid to Ll well, at
II ALF THF. CSCAL THICK.
MF.ltCH ANTS AND I'TDLA RS, in fact
tery bolj will do eil U call as wily at
rit le. at tht
GEHMAM STORi:.
TOILET ARTICLES.
JOSEPH BURNETT & CO S
Standard Frcporationa !
I r IU. Hair;
KalliHton,
loo Iii V:ihIi,
for the T--U;
riciriiiirl,
Kcr tU- Hi1rT tif;
AM tlir VI KV M I I lloK
Unvot ing ilxiiuictfij
Are I'.f ih In Trrre-Hau'e I y
j I. M. DONNKI.I.Y A. .!. It. CUM Mill AM
-livaw-wStul Ai4 II Iraf4nl.
REMOVAL.
U. If. IM ( Iil4.ll n
- IIA
r o !; MP
mih hfvK k r
Books mid Stationery
To t lit Ur auJ roiuiHiliMi-4 itoiu in t!i
NT.W IU'1LI)1N(.
NtAH THE I..KJO K O MAIS AM HUH f-TRI FP,
(INK SgUAKK I ASTOK HIStU.1 TAM,
h-r-Le will be Lapj.y to Me.bi" f.rn rr friend,
at cOfU'Ujrr.
Terie Ilane, Nov. Dlb. 1C1. dlwlm
SHAWLS.
ii ra it d IJ.t'i kbit ion
L0F IOIMJ".
BKOCIIE SHAWLS!
500 -
l.oNU HUOClIi: SHAWLS
The i tiUre t'-k f a ftrolen K.n
Wholesale Hu In N. T.
dovbu: liHocm: shawls
At the fjllowinn price;
Fine Silk and Hih.I I.u Shavilt at !T.U
SHer do di do h.Ml
Fair a Superior do dj 10,M, IS, 50
Chain balue U-m Miaal. all wool, at 10.00
I lira qualities do., do., at 11.00, 1? f0 14,00
AIX
:mk nkw srvi.F.s
Stella Rord-r-d Shawls,
India and Cashmere SLal-,
Tyvean Shawl,
Double and Single, l'-lark Tl. ',!. t Ühawb,
klie a:id CliilJreu'a 1aiik A h,r. Wool do.
Stch, French and Atneriran 1oiin do.
Shepherd' Maid ln Shwl.
lK.u't buy your Shawl until jou tisve feu
the rusKTilficeiit ftu k at
KDSAI.L, McDOUOAL A CO S,
4lC.lw Cor. Main and Fouth Streets.
L. RYCE & SON.
Jack Frost Outdone !
1 FNTS, LA DIMS,
J CHILDHF.N, MISSLV
I'Jeeced Cotton 1I0SK, lu blea.hd, l'-n wii and
Mtl;
VViiol and Cahmere UOSK, Main and Pabbed;
rtOtldoTen SroCKINi.H f.r Winter wear, of every
variety.
C.IjOYKS f. Lads, Cent, Children aiel Mie.
WtMtt, UOOIt-H, Nubia. Children kuitSaf4ue a.!
Coat.
Indies, (tints, lloit,Misstt anJ VhiLlrtn't
Under Wrappers.
lu S.Ik, C-iyi.e rc, ! riii, Arctic, 4c, sll Mrf s aJ
Prior, to e:t the time.
3,mt YAKD1
DIIISS GOODS !
HFCKIVF.D THIS DAY!
r Iltens Ms o ii m: p: :
Dctailt ('iveti at the Stoie !
IllacL and Tanry silLw
Almost Civ en Away !
TIIK OF.NPRAI. STIX K OF
DRY GOODS!
IS VF.KY LA HC K !
Yor Particular., s- Ini.le tb-
PtncLcuc Cash Store.
10,000 Yds CARPETS
Kereived fror Manufacturer; and Forcr-il
Sale I
THUKF.-FLY. llUUSSFLS. WOOL IX
OUA1N. IIF.MF AND LnW IMMCF.
CAKTF.TS,
Retailed at Wholesale Prices !
..i n.irfa iMicrr than trtr. oirtuu lu
a ..... -
tray in trAiVa frjr vtrt f,urrkir,l
oil, CLOTHS.
WALL PAPKU.
WINDOW SHADES
litntsv Pnrnishing Gootln
VI Prices to Suit Ibe Times !
IHK HUtT. MUST SKLL Till! f.OODS !
Ii. RYCE Cc ÖON,
GREAT SALE
or
Fancy Dress Silks !
TWr.NTY FF.K CFNT
CIclou Oriiu:il Cost.
E.DSALL. McDOCGAL A- CO.
Are derminej bcl.i i-ut tl eij entire t xk 4
PsucySilkv bef..re the Tirvt of J o.H.ry, and invito
tie attettlon of tha Ita lic P. the
fiRKATCST BAKUAISS !
Evr knewn on the whaU.
Black Dress Silks.
IM) YAKDS J UST OI'FKD AT
EDSALL, McDOUGAL A ctrs.
HAVIKfl ptsrchaed tb entir tork a broken
d-wii wTork Wholesale we are pre.
pared to offer the greatest Pirfun. ever kne-wn In
lb W eat. to-wil:
Superb Higb I.-tr Tt'k tre. Silk st id '.I j
Kvua Super!. d d do 0 .
Suleudid on.lity dj do d. I.o.) ,
t:LrALU M H l 'JO.4 CO. !
DOAnDINC.
rIMlO.SE in search ol a private
L PoarJoijr H.xie caa f a.rco.3. 'tel tt lb
C rcor A I "rtb ar.tr acl Mrt, .7.
CtlilJ.
OOOTS AND SHOES.
a i: AV 11 O STO .
(AMI
HOOT & SHOE
STORE,
. Iu? .u ui.rf 1.1 llv.
WA1IASH STHKKT, IIKT. 4tn Jk in..
rr.nnn u.t t rr., iso.
A
'imii: ri:oritn:Tous or this
1 r.-t l!.aifiit ,.11 nvc-t rcjecfa!!y an
lKH.tr. e ?o I lirt r fli" Id and th-public teller. It.V lLat
Hi.y ar now rx--ttr.g ailli.vi- mi bin I
Tin: LARGEST STOCK
Boot eft? OllOüö,
Fr-r i.S- r d f.-t s.l- In UI tin r k. M , .-iiilaciutr tj
ariy vf
MKN :S, OVF.N'S AND CHILDUF.N s
WF.AU.
Suii .1-1 fr tbe Tail VVmit tra t-, VA M b w will
U, h.-l I ale or rcfj.l at th
lsirr$t War i'umic Vrictt For Co.
e-peU"y call tLe attei.tion 4" CVitdry Mer
rhanti aul iKaler td rur lirte and well iU. t '.
U a vf Boot. A SLur, ir frtlilie. fr tinli
eual-lr. u to eil, at b!-le, a luw vr .t-r
tLiM ary tuarl t wrt k4 New Vrk.
Our u k ba twn rsiefjüy 1.-10 at tbe iuj i
irli-Me Kantern ilar.nf.ct. r, wiib apc:al iw
tu -i.p, ly ari-fctoj.:r t!ie wanrs of Cimntry 1I
' iur rraiirt'.. ti'. are such a to enable n i.
lrp wur avKt:ui-nt conttartly rotrplrte, n1
tVuLtry MeriLa:it will f i.d no difficult) iu f,c
n aoNwrtuieut.
LNKyVAI.I I) IN gi Al.tn t)R I'KKT,
t y any hHJe this ide f New Yotk. We Lave aba
on Land a l.rpe avvriniet.t .ioir n mauufknunrtji
tut! In vor khep j tbe t.t workmen aiKt t tbe
brt material wLirb we will warrant In vre r
Jrt.
We are alo prepared lo tnaka to order -ery kind
o( wi tk iLit may l-e raited f r in our luieoa bortrt
nutic. ni.f tbe mt fahoi;ab1e atjle.
te:.J,: (l.inf lti the l-et tle and tu h M
tM.lice.
CVuulry Merchsniv and all other de-vOli. Boii
and Khoe. will ttid it to th.tr interests to fit u a
rail and etau.lue our Mo W and prtre, we are de
lerMiined to sell Kx1. a. luw a. any I tnie tu lie
city, or even lower.
Dt)NOTIX)lU'.r.T THE TIMT
Cutiimerci.l Rw, No. lo7 VV abab St. bet r n t,
andCth, Irrre lUute, Indiana.
i. i. vr.vu x o.
JACOB i:.N'.bKS, loa Uta.
N. It. C.'H-t! lly (4i Land a nijiir aituie t
VVATKR PHOOK 11L lUat'KINo. mritntrj w
water proof and lv make tbe le.ourr atd pit. Li.
IM. 1.
FIRE INSURANCE.
BrciaiMk in Timr!
The FIRES'OF FALL
T
ritiMi: no. i i vi it Nt l i
ii Twr
PhtBnix Insurance Co.
OF II AKTFOUD, CONN.
The Fruits of the Phoenix
Are uiaT.ift la the f.dh.wiur, statement of
mi:t.k ami nnciM
SUuw iii( the an oant e(uslire.l ta pibüc bauef.1. i.i
tbe nb of I. line paid in the V et and 5nilb, In
mi tl.e pt f 'ur jest; alineot rslus' le aervlce.
h'H.'W side at u r! f mi ?aen.l it le. sio1 inch h ir I
kiit ceO
THE PHGiNlX !
OF HAHTFOHI,
Tevery i.iu h" deire to beJi w hi- n. i.i.ii'f
patronap. u hu a
Well 'I rictl C orporal ion.
$lrt,377 40 OHIO f4t).7 4..
hl ,G'1 I INDIANA 27 fifi A I
C.I74 ILLINOIS C'J.474 .ti
:..r.'MMH MiciiiiiAN 3-,?tMi-
niAr.M 4i Wisconsin.... :n.w 1:1
liwiai iowa r.i..Tj3:u
H,fH..'l lt. . . MINN F.SOTA .... 6V4 I"
I .IGT INI.... NKHKASICA l.lbT t
:,7f:. 00 KANSAS '.77:. ii
3 1 .fir. 1 Mi KKNTCCKY :U.UÖ4 '
4:i,uoi . . .ti:.nf.ssi:f. . . . ruM .
jti.K :.:. . . .Mississippi . . . ktsi! y,,
i!7,ßW V3 M1SSOIIK4 J7.Ü.5 M
vr,KT. 43 AKKANSAS W.3: 4 1
3.MCI .r TLX AS 3
:.:: :: a la ham a f.::. :.r.
lu tbe e,ui(at. a-'JuUniit. arid pr.Hni.' Ca-b r.
p.iie to In.- , the 111(1. ! I itardv pre-r.;.,
nently at the l.ea I t-f ji pridchloti, w biie lUr.i.:,
Ire, practical and tirl-cja. buii - y f tr j:i i-f li
rsl arrM ie, ia nM ecrli.-d r at.y s.m'l.r corp.-is
tiou ie th" rld.
lu.uraiM"'S aoiu it'-d, a:.d ir. i.,irj aiid te-
l,r.l iu tbiii l .:.!' Crp-' atl.i, at f.r rate'., I i
Mi LKAN A CKANK.
iiwvldln. IU .-id-i.l Afcnt-
AMERICAN HOUSE.
iidiHiin HA Aim oiaaoi MtK'tr,)
( oilier nkinctoii und Sartioii M.,
Mbl.IVAN, IMdAN A.
fl'Mil uii.lrngiied haiiir purtbad tbea'-e,
-LdcaiRn making it one ,f the mot r Uif .tt M
liot- l in the Vst, and far euperW in every
rejMt to any in this place, and for th awsom-.
dsüonof the trsvr ling put die, aiel n:tetanti.
rtlisma wublujr War Jilt, pledge uuweari-d efT '. '
to secure tbe hiebest urt and ronveii.eti'
tb!r f-H'ot, and bave fill cn filet ice in tbe nn-c.
of tb-ir endeavor..
ti n. VP KNtin S I S. M. WUITK,rt.f ri'-r-N..trru.i.r
C. lfij, d4 if
COAL! COAL!
3ST o w Fix ixx .
A. Ai'Viht.j INSVII...!
A. r. toMlJs v rot
n AMN(.re"t.llyirhs-d tl-Coai. Ip. f
TTH-rly knowna lb- 'W.'H I K MINKS." .
atxl-tbrre-jii.il.r iii'b. wetoflb rty, are u ex
prepared to tonib tb c.uinn tT Terre-Haute a
Kii.Oy, with a .1 arti wrll-at-Ti-ebed o.l,
f (nre. lo salt tb-e rlous linwa.
ey tr.W-r. left wiib C. A. Ooodi:, aebl, tt tu
if o County S ales, or at C. E-jttruat.'t Stuft, b.i'j
of tl.e Canal, wi'.l t.iia l u h'-rt noti. tine n
trial. INw. 1, Um..
furs.
03,00. ONLY 03,00
FOR A SPLFNDID.
SET "OF FURS !
AT
i:dsall, IrUoupal V Cu
304 SKTra dCST ULVFIVFD,
VICTOR I NFS,
H ALF CAFFS.
FULL CAFFS,
CVVrA AND MITI".
P.llf ll.j 111 pTN!rrt.V
Three o Thirty Hollar
Pad. i are Uut-.1 to exarutne ihr- Tr "t
pjii. tbir mri.ey fr lraU.
I DULI, H.IaH'fSAI.l fr
MEAT MA MC ET.
BEEF
Rorp.
EEFl KEEE. Our frwuJ .oa
La opnd a mt .h -p In t'htT'
u. ww bttlWoiK 4 Mr. J II. Irr, on fc. '"77
whrra halsprearM at ail boui to uply ad d
rrauds I r tee, fren, 1st beef, poi k, lan.b. r al w
BUttc-o, at rea3St.tie rit-a Oie kia fVe
call. i0rt.ss.dt

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