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Kmtor Kxrex: 1 sua candid le for
In 0;ce of Countv Treasurer.
Junl8.1?C. " S. K. ALLEN.
I am a candidate fr tle oc o( Treas
urer of Vigo county at the October election.
We ate aiitLorued to auvunce C.
Martx.ur a Caodalate for tbe odc of Col
lector and Treasurer of the county 01 t i-o.
I am aeandklat fur Countv Treasurer.
T A. MADISON" i a candidate for lie
oAceof Coucty Treasurer at the October
iT2f Ks;juire Alabulcr has removed his of-
f.c to the room adjoining the Town Hall,
her b i readv to Irtuirt buiar
ia hit line.
SriaiTi'au -Mias Mar j TImiu will
lecture at the t'nivcrsblia'. Church, on Sun
day, at. 11 o'clock A.M.. and rt f I. M.
All are invited to attend. Seat Ire
tVST The Telbprafh Oftice will b upen
to day from ein until eleven o'clock, in the
atoning, mud from sis until seven m the
ever.inr for the trarvartioo of buine
XiT of our merchant rop
closing ti.eir LuiUn ltouien on to day
io honor cf the day we celebrate. We are
glad that 'urh is to be the Cae. Krerv
baine hou in our city ahould be W-ed
Our people can all a fiord to take one dty's
respite from the net er-erdirif toil of life, to
-lebrate the day greater to u than any
3J We call the attention of our rttit
to the alertieement of the Ameiican Ki
pre CV oar colutone, thi morning. A
eh-,; tat been made ia the Agent, at the
office here, and Mr. Stewart, ho now hat
charge of the office, ia represented a a good
acd reiponVible buiuM tno. and a clever
gentleman, and we ire confident our j-eople
will find it agreeable to transact ruine4
l'OUHTII OF JI'I.Y ?FLLIiIlATlO.
Order of l'rocrolon.
At 10 o'cl.Kk A. M., the Court Houc
bell wilt ricfT, at which time the proceHjn
will be for me-1 around the 1'ublur Square, in
the following order -
1. Ilrau IUn l
.1. Martial Mui.
4. Colon KiHei.
5. Soldiers frorn Ho-LaN So. I andJon
foot inl la Carrue
7 M iconic Krateroiiv.
Hibernian nnerofetit Society
tier man Iteneeolent Society.
I". Jureoile Choir, under ekirge of l'rof.
S. VT, Stanage, la Carriage
II. Delegation from the Township and
U. Orator, Header. Chaplain aixl l'rei.
dent of the Day, in Open Carriage
11 Committee of Arrangement in Car
riage. The prorenioo wilt be forme! on Waba.h
treat, and march a folloa:
On Valah to Second; south on Serood
tij ()!Jo; eat on Ohio to Fourth; Dörth on
Fourth to Waba-ih; eaaton Wabah to Pi Ah;
torth ou Fifth to the grore.
otta or inacntx at rnt ataov a.
1. Muic by the Baol.
1. Hong: Star Spangled Haniker by the
"J. Frtjer by Her. Lyman Ahbott.
4. 5V0i; bf th-t;ie Club
i. Itealin lite Declaration rf lnlepen-
dewce. by J. T.Scott.
f. Mnaic by the Jtand
7. Oration by Hon. R. W. Thon p-r.n.
n. Maaic. ,
Toa.t ax,J liioK.
11. Miak', Sooge. Paociotf, etc
JAMES HOOK, Chief Mar.lul.
cravr Maiai Tkoa. K. Lawv, Alex.
Tb. J'dut D. Pell, Patrick Karenangh,
Hermann Switier, and I. M. Urowu.
F. S. lUAeU of pro? Uion can bedepoai-
teI on the gro-md with Lyman Miller, who
will take eHT of, ami check for, them tin-
td the ui ii i hour.
UiLLivitiK l.M.aa liaia. The Cour
iloue Saloon, ou the eat aide oft! Fublic
Sure, i recelting regularly, from the
brewery of S. Kytner, at Felleville. a flrat
la, geouine article of Lager Ueer, which
It lovere of the article rout pronounce upon
trial, equal. 1 bot aoperior to any heretofore
brought w the city. Let all who indulge,
19 Herr tnMet hit k Ce . a call, an l teat
thi iu4t;,r We are iitformed, by govl
judte. t!t4t there ! 00 muiake ii the mt
ter Hut to .tifv all. ro and tate.
d 1 10
u)aTsr Tti Faatfta an tlfm t
and adjoining the l.wit ?( the ritj of Tcrre
!(. who dire to eol their cL5!in
ward hi the puhbe 'hoot of 41 ntr ilur
ir lte evioiufr fall ard wii.ier. are betetty
notiriad tbat they mut take the proper triM
fer before the flnt of September r.eil
Mr L) man Miller ha 1 been appointed t
make the enumeration of achool f.r Hrrvn
lowiihpacd fif Üi city of Terr lUnie,
nd all tranafera are to be made with hue
M1 rwldren will hereafter be admitted to the
lre echoola of the city unlei a proper trana
ter U made In accordance with thta no-e
H crder of the Roarl of School Trutea
o( the city of Terr Haute.
JAS. IV KPMm PS. Ce-
Ten Haute, June 13. CJ-da'.e
Itf l'ar 00 Prow clow a Wonderful !U.k
The treauine edition tow ready, rtMtlaining
upwarlaof Ol page. I 'J wpnor mgrav.
big, aa etcelent Steel Fortrait. etc , be
I. fully pintel on fne white -r, aud hand
omelf U)unl in mln Sulonter can
let thir ltooka at the ft G(,oe New le
pot. I hue a fee more roa than I Late
ibecriSera for, call earlv ail get a py .
ulv'Vltw td'S AKNtll.II.
JT" lr. Mahan X 1!1 Lave uiwlrrtxaj
frC'Ui rwble auurce that a report ia in cir
r lat.n, that the r time w mHpof-tei 1
tbe Hoipil. tht they - . :-t aienl t. their
private practice. They ..ull y i Uvir
filetd, ther are er? thtk ful f..r pa't la
tor. td will be rJj l H Ixvur L atteud
thrm a a bertte
Thair engf rneut at the lioul 11
tot ' interfere ia the Ieat, uh their other
tiTTho fwllowin la statement of
raocey and oilier property Holen from tue
on the uigLt of the "tkh :
One small Mack leather trunk, bras
Loan J, with nii-ceU.uicou contents cotu-
prtdng Utter, deeds, taovtgege d4 note a
considerable prcportioa cf Uch tear raj
aigoaturw or addrcas.
Oat russet leather traveling trunk (recov
ered) cocUtnir g over nie hundred dollars
ia money, over $W of which was polJ. the
remainder ia United Suit treurj rawtes
aid bi!U of the BauV of the Suite, most It of
urge oenexioatms. Auoaiotoi ancient
silver coin of (iertu-vu. French, Spanish anJ
Aenrirtn af-iran m?nti in all from
I twenty-five to thirty dollar.
I Ol black leather uute book containing
I meraorsnJunn, cotei of hit!, and fiota fort?
to ixty lolla in bill ot iaceUancoua
bauka and of VAtiou. dcxomoiulioL. A
checken Suflolk Hauk of lMton for
and payable to the order of W. F. Suniern.
One opn face gold wahrh ith heavy
chiaed edge and gold dial. One gold veat
chain with F.agle head aol Itook purple et
tingt. oce lost.
One at atudd button with light alone
ac-lling. one et aleeve button with coral
eettingK, one et leere buttons with raiaed
Hetagou center, aud one wl with plain cen
ter arl chaaed lge One lady'i gold piu
rith fine toca center, aurrounjed with
ictl . Oi.o gent pin wilh eluMered eet
tiug, chain and guard pin. One geht
heavy Sfani! old ting with fine atone et
tiiigt. One tld pencil cae ttlften and
ir.ril nmr'efp. verv heitf with Colored
setteg A lot of i!re: pom and l.ra
io aett and mar kfd ith the following ini
tiate: K. A. P , E A. O . S.J.andH. P.
Alo many other article of value that I em
not ab'e to deaerib.
To any pereon who will return to tue the
abore property. I will pay the turn of $"JW
and a proportionate aruouut for an part of it.
Aa for the gentleman who don the steal
ing, if the authoriüe of Terre Ihule do not
consider theoie!re afScientl lotereted in
thi matter to offer an inducement for hi
apprehrnaUn, I ah ill not. and if he will do
me the k'uidne' omedark nihl to leave ou
tny premleea auch of the paper and article
a are of no ralue to him hut of great im
portaare to me, I will agreo to keep my
eyes c!oed and offer a prayer for hi itnme
diate refortnatiou aud preservation from the
wrath of the Fowersthit be.
Hopein that he will find my new pant
not to short, and tar patent leather boot
et ey on hij feet, and the dream of our
City Father continue sweet and refreshing,
I ubcribf ruclf
WM. A.. OUISWOLP.
Foa Sale A good dwelling houe, ailua
ed in a pletnt part of the city, with ill
tierery conveuieuce. For particular en
of W. L.Hodd, at thieoftlce. tf
JTPDr. Henrj P. Mnn coulluucj to at
tend to the practice of Medicine and Surgery
io thi city and aurroundiug country. Mes-
age left at hi office (ßarr'e Block, corner
of üih and Wabiah Street,) or at Hospital
No. 1, will be attended to promptly.
tTT Notice (Jueeniware, (las-iware Ac.,
added to our Lmjip and Oil buine.. We
call special attention to our Jelly (ilaie.
Fruit Jan, and to our Lubricating Oil, for
mtchinery, wigon and ctr axle o.e.
J. F. KKKLKK A CO.
KtMovaL. Samuel Mack has removed hi
stock of Clothing and (ient'a Furnishing
tiood, from lhaul Row, back to hi old
Und, North of the Court Hou, in the
Modesitt Building', immediately under tho
Wabash IJipre office, where he will be
pleaded to ae all ol hi old customer, and
at nun? new ones a tint favor him with a
call. July I.-lw
KT" All thoe who want a beautiful SUk
Hat, of the latest fashion, call at the New
York Hat Store and gel one of the Home
Manufacture, which I make myself; there
fore I can warrant all hat bought of me
I '.ue a fin- a.ortuient ef French Heaver,
Otter anJ Soft Cijtniwcre ht of the finest
quality, and of all color, whkh 1 am elliug
very low ; alo, a large aiortinent of Wool
Hat, ef all colors, ranging it. price a low
as ft ft e eenbi.
T. II. LOWF.RlCi:. Fracticsl Halter.
Surreaaur to J. C. A AT KS.
Bl - I II
Cor. Fifth, aud Main Sta.
HiLtivutK JI.Mita lUa at the Taaat
Hani Smwi 1 aat constantly receiving
a No. I quality of Helle ille I -a rer Heer,
which 1 will eerte t. l.ivera of the above
beverage, at my we'l known Saloon, wet of
the Terre Haute House (live me a rail and
te' '?t 4ii!!v f'ir v-orelvea
mMU ' N. KA!.h.VUA( H
F a tt Wan Captain Jaiii Smith, U
iiow here, airl hsa oprned a recruiting cfLce
for the lf.th regiment near the corner of
Fourth and Main Streets. The Captain wit
an otticer in the 11th Intl. regiment, and I
a fine ofücer, nd all who desittVo volunteer
in the er vice would do well to call upti
him Thrt may be the ll rhaace. therefore
do not delay or lu yu may he tow late
lUtaiiT WaTvn Nvriditi it. The
ICth regiment t being reorganised under the
aupiee of Col. J. T. Laras, late Lieut Col.
of the same regiment, and all persons wUh
ing to enlit under officer who have en
service, can hare a chance now, of aiticg
in crnvhing out the retielli, and once more
iu.eii..g the uj resoscy of thv Star arJ
Fay, ratio end clothing frna the time of
eniitiuent. A recruiting onVe will te open
every day, untd the drw number are en
rolled. Office, twr doors w-vuth of the C.
rr.f.li lU'ie,on Fourth street t 4le.
W. M. CONN F.U.
Kitft Ks at it Wavrrirv To f.ll up
C.i n. Mth regiment IrvlUr. tolacterr.
vow at Camp M orte a. gnanling priaooer, to J
i .a .a a a, a
ette tue moniu,ur. iest. wc er Uivhire-l.
Iay arr ! clothing a me a ia lite Cmtrd I
Utes .ni e The Ctapjti has the w
cxMvd po-tuf Uooor. t-etrig fJacevi oa the si
treme leit. Tbe uWigrtl e.U he in the
r.tT Kbtd M.4t.lav. JmU Zih
Lost Oq last Saturday , a nsemorandura
book containing about $19, supposed to have
Ufa loft on South Third street A liberal
reward will be paid to the finder if left at
this office. JOHN W. KOS& .
June 30, dl w
Abeatree nth Ikdlnuw Uttert.
Vou are hereby notified to report penon
all immtdLittlf to htte qoarteri. or by
Surgeon' certificate, if etil! too tick for duty;
or be reported aa JrterUrt and proceeded
C.KO. T. COCUKAN, 0aj4.
TuM-uiubia, Alabama, June
MILWAUKEE LAO ER HEER
For aale at
juueUkilm WEISS it COV
MKS. WALTER Is rrriioe by
Kiptmm. wkl, fruca Hew Im'., all iL nrw
aa4 dtairabU Imu1i Uat can be bad. Lirh b Ii
offrrlrif to the I.aJlci atth lwrtt piuta.
.tfatta Ktreel, bet. 411 A alb.
Opposite Hartlett'a BookQStore.
Ltryiny Tax fvr tkr year lwCj.
BE IT UUDAINED by the Com
mon Ovarii of tb city ef Trr Uaaie, tht
tb amoutit and rata uf tax to l Urkd 00 all nroper
tv lubluct to tau iv4 County tatatioa.
i tity of Tsrre Maata, for ihc ysar a. . la. shall
t-e. aivl tb a um it brt r Bactl at frtf-S va ce: ft
( tor gnral ,rt, urn vverv one huudra4 dollar
niuiKnw irai ajju rraouai propcriT, anu a Dv.l-
taa cf fifty rente oa every wtlte etlt inbatitaat
" and not a panper, af the axe af t wi ntj -one an4
im ovr fifty years.
Adopted Juo4 17, a. D.
VT. II. STf WART, Mavor.
Attest: J.r. Oiuca.CUik.
L. riYCE Cl son.
Received thin Dap!
tidies Ptsio Black and Figured Orenadtoa
Sumaer 6LaU f otbar laatsrial.
LADIES' USES HASDKKRCHIEFS
Orrat IihtacsnDt ffrred to parrta by the &01,
I -.11', Ml4rs and Cblldren's
Cotton Hose, -
la every sue and quslit.
Additional Indaraiueataairered to pordsse ty J4,,
SO0 Heed Xt4, Tary color, at 15 cents eacb.
laJie and I'hlhlreV Plf-Xk MltU-cholce pat-
L. II A' CK A SON.
( !J.ENTs5 A'our particular Attention
A I directed to
II) Jot. Gtnt't Wk U Umett IlanJierckWh !
Hy tie doien, much under paict .
ent'a CoUoa Half iloee, by tb loa. Superior
Out's Jfeck Tks, Collars io Linen and Paper;
"tioldea Hill Skirts" and Uentt 'urtlthlin Goods
GKVTs' M'MUKR CUlTIIS All colors, vtrjcbaap
L. RTCE k SON.
A Card to tljp Fannsrrs.
THE l.OSU, LOOKED FOR ,
HAINES ILLINOIS HARVESTER
LEASE CALL AND EXAM-
lne f r Jmr.e. They 111 cat aal aafslv
oecure, with ease,
TWENTY ACCfc OF VTIIKAT TER DAT,
At a saving of at Isast rwe twiana of tba riena
and labor of pattlof It Bp tn any olasr way.
Warranted In every partk-olar.
IRA GR0Vr.lt, Agent.
Harvootor for 1002.
Farmer St tent ion t
a 'iiALi.r:.c:t: ofh:ui;oi
lUU'd Olu'o Muwer and Hepr Im
Srcurtd iy SiiUtH Separate Vttnt$!
This mac Line, at tbe various trials and Falra.
b.s tak.a aa . Imnat aprered.Btad Busabar f pr.
nluP9. At tba greatcM practical Held trial tf
keapert and Miwert ever ;-.!d la tba Ublted Btates,
at 5yrace, N. tbla uactlae rslved Ua
a;raai.st smmber cf credit marks. aotiUiae It t tb
ciraiidOold Medal and IxpUira effrd by tbe t'ul-
Ud tatrs AfrlctUtarsl aiiy for the cKSi Mow.
Trial :r. ,va Bell Is all that ts repaired to Iva
tbls ms4biaa rrf-reora over all others and huw
take tkl ietb4 or efferlnc a banenar ftir trial of
tb. Ohio He par aud Mower as a Cowsivib Machine,
sirslnvt all etb.rs cnrd for sale in this markst,
r'arm.rs will do well to call and stamina IUI
machine tfr purcbaaliis; any otbsr.
rr saia at oar war.aoua.
TlK!tRR k iliKkf?.
Wi ate is A (tuts for Moore's Talent tuiirud
liraia Drill and the i.Uiit,,uf af Mill.
janlodwlsa TVRMKR McKF V X
CROCERIEO Ct PROVI0ION0.
jLtlJI( A choice
sisntly on tsr.1 t
MIOUNU rOFI'LE direct from
V.l lbs Muafst.iTf, Tsry Paper)! and np,
at i. a. roor"..
STONE FHtTIT JA IIS. well
.aaed. aavl iWtws: U all kia4 fur rt-
' ap rra?t. fan rerslvrdat i. A.tTXTTf "J.
ALL KINDS OF
rocerlr & E'roA iion,
Ft a CASU at CASH RATKS,
r Tin: stah tuonnv,
Cor r. atib aad fH.1 Sr-i.
WOOL ! WOOL!
1 4 W I 1 lOt 1 l-M. ts(L WtSH ii tr
lVH'AMXF efcK I wit pay U kfSMt
prVe la t'sh, st sv I.e(br Vre.
5. 1J Msia "Mret. Terre Its.i.. lad.
vsi?shf u a. rmjvriT.
or. j. wv. nonw'A,
a4 Ofe4trV . U Tier Ui(1 att vla4ir.
ta aU Its braatbe. ,
(rrww 5a. 1 1 kUw. ap ru!r
linrr-5 U Csts si, smrjh at asiaar.
orararcuaa st tbi vumi imo lux.
jNooii Dispatch cs.
Fobt Mux toe. Jul 1. A guboat Lajuit
arrived here from the ecece of action yester
day, ten mile above City Foist, that Divis
ion o! our army has been fighting four days
and hat retreated about 17 miles.
The C-ht of j cterday wa wot teriflic.
the enemy havirg tao to our One.
Tbe battle commenced with our land
forcee and after about 4 hours fighting our
guu boats got in raoge and poured üuo the
rebel, a hear and incessant tire. ThL
fire, the rebel stood about two hours and
Our troop hare captured notwithstanding
their disadvantage, a, large number of ar
tillery pieces aadii.OOO pcUunera atnaug
whom U the rebel Gen. Magruder.
The place where the Iat action took place
m near Turkey Creek.
The retreat of tho enemr, last eteniug,
was with great disorder, anJ their loa has
been very heary much greater, it is thought
than our. Still I hard nothing definite in
regard to loe ia the retreat forced upon
Oen. McClellan by the superior number of
the enemy. I learn that he had to enike hit
icge guns, and leare them ou the field, after
burning the carriage. The nature of tho
grmmd rendered it impo-uible to move them.
In the retreat many of our sick and wound
ed were necessarily left behind.
There are, of course, innumerable report
and rumor here, but I end only hat ap
pear to be authentic.
FROM NEW YORK.
Nan York, July 3 The Tribune's cor
rg-po'ence after statine: we were outnum
beted by l.,' rtl els. ir.dulgei la the follow
When loval New York regiments lifted
from their feet by the fire of rebel brigades
cry out of their woenda and death for help,
when the choicest of New Kngland and Mich
Igan and 1'enosvlranla troop outnumbered
in front and on both flanks by whole divi-
iou or the enemy bog for reinforcement, I
aay that the blackest crime that power can
commit, is to sulk upon the field of peril,
and say soldier I hare no faith in rour
commander. Let your martvrdem proceed
and so says this arm of the Potomac and it
register to bight vow of Tengeance a it
t a .a i i . . .
marcneu in tue uara; irora position which
their diminished number disabled them
from holding, but which U oonecratod to
tnem rorerer b their aufferlngi. Their
labor and their wrongs, the politicians and
statesmen who left us here to be outnumber
ed and eut olT from our r.rjppHen and the
possibility of retreat, are doomed men.
Ni-w A'oaK. Jnlr 3 The Tim. V,,- ,u
Uiled reports of the battles of Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, from which it appears'
that the right wing of armr, about
woo, wai attacked Friday b; a rchel force
of not )ea than &0.000 men, and after a gal
lant fight our troops crossed the Chicka
hoiain in order. On Siturdar night and
Sunday our whole left wing under lieintzle
m&n.Kevsami Sumner tell back along the
line of the railroad and tho Williamiburg
toad cd marched to the James riv er. The
rebel crossed the Chick aho min In fcrcat
force ou Sunday, reaching tho railroad, but
made no pursuit, remaining however in poa
sennion of ground previous! occupied Iv our
troops on both aide of the Chickahomiuy,
Including bridges acd earthwoiks we had
erected again their Approach.
All our store Ac, were withdrawn in
good order without much lo.
Of course there was treruodouj. fighting
during tbeae movements. And hear lots
on both sides.
Naw York, Jul 3. The Times corres
pondent aUtes that McClellan established
bis headquarters ou Monday ou Malvern
Hills 1 mile back of Turkey Island I!end.
At J o'clock Monday 1. M. firing was heard
for 2 hour in the direction of White Oak
Swamp, where Ayerr w.as holding the reb
el in check who were attempting to Croat.
An immense force of rebel artillery and
cavalry fresh from Richmond thru appeared
on our left, when Fortcr'j aud Keye com
niand weut to resist tho cueray. A most
tcrrifiic fight ensued and it became evident
tlut the overpowering force of rebel was
gaining, when the gunboats Galena and Ara
took opened with their S4 pounders upon
the traitors. Tbe fight continued till dark.
diminishing away into occatioual musket
A boat ten o'clock in the evening, Frince
De Joinville, Due De Chartre, and Count
De 1 'ant, left headquarters, embarkitur
abovrd the gunboat Jacob Hell, with official
dispatches from Oen. McClellan to tbe Gov
ernment Uen. McClellan accompanied
them to the boat, and bade them a final
When the Jacob Hell left, all was uuiet
along the river.
Several steamers and transports were
passed, goiug up James river.
WaainxoTov, July 2. The Correitx.n
dence rearlicg the raisiug of a negro bri
gade wa laul betöre the llouae to-Uav. It
is rather lengthy, portions of it caued con
siderable laughter. Geu Hunter aye to the
first question: I therefore reply that no regi
ment of fugitive alaves has been or la being
organized in this Department. There I
however a hue regiment of peraons whoe
late masters are tvgitive rebel, men who
everywhere fly before the appearance of the
stionil Big, leaving their aer rants behind
them to shift as let they can for themselves
So far indeed are the loyal perri com -toeing
thin reg'tnent. frm eeeklng to avod
tho preenco of their late owners that the
are now one 'anI all working with remark
able induMrv to place themselves io a posi
tion to joiri in f ill ami affective pursuit of
their fugacious and traitorous proprietors,
to the aecoiat qr.etlon, he aaya the instrue-
tiontgivfoto Hrigadicr General Khermin
by Secretary Ca nu tu and turned over to
rre br urcrf M-HI i r toy fiii'lanre to Uiaa
liiatly a'lthowo to riuplnvall loyal persons
orTsring l)ir srUeaiu defeooe of the
Cniou a ltd for the sdpreS4lna of thia rebel
lion In an manner I might see fit or that
the circumstance might cavil for.
The restriction as to the chsracler or color
of the persons to be employed or the nature
of the cmplovment. whether civil or military
in which their service thai I be used. 1 con
elude, therefore, that I have been authori
ixed tn en I Ut fugitive slaves as soldiers,
should any such be found In the Department.
No uch rbareter, however, hsve yet epper
svd within view of 0r most advanced pickets.
The loval lvave everywhere remaining on
their plaotatione to welcome, aid, and sup
ply ua with food, labor and information.
To the third Interrogatory, it It m pain
ful duty to re-ply that 1 hare not received
snv specific authority (or issuing clothing,
ur.ifotm, arm, e-juipments, Ac, to the
troop In j-,eti.n. My general lntmction
lrm Mr. Cameron to employ them In any
manner l light find r.ecvary, tnd the mil
itary etigenee) of the Department, and the
country leing my only, but in my judgment,
s ufhciednt ji!ticalieo.
- - - e - .
Coaiarn. July Kir, hi mt ten regiraewVa
of cavalry under Gen Chalmers attacked
Col. Sheridan's advance guard shout ten
miles south of Iloorvii.e, about 3 o clock
yesterday rnornicg, our rotnpr.!e4 made a
most brilliant charge on the enerrjs rear,
at the same time ,
Mior CHin's Secoivl Ioia Cavalry maJe
a dash Im frvnt su.nl ou the eteovv-e left,
alarming the etiemv so much. Col. Meridaa
wssenahted tu hold them in tle-k about
half paM 3, the etietoy rvmaaeoed rrtreat
ing but She tide u haiirg o.ilv ? I lora and
24 llsrhlgaa cavalry was enable to ptrU4.
No report of the loa given. The et. my
make demons-tratsoas s)y on Lf! rent part
of Mir loe.
. . FROM HUSTON.
Itoarrow, Jul 3. Tbe A'ermont Democrat
tic Sute Convention, at Rcllows FalU, yes
terday, nominated Henj. H. Smailey, of Swan
ton, for Governor; CILChaptn.of Holland,
for Lieot. Gorernor; and .Goo. Wahhunre,
of Srüigfield, for Treasurer.
The resolutions aaiert that the preserva
tion cf the Democratic organization is neces
sary to the safety of the country; that it is
the duty of the citiren to support the
Government; regret the eiitenre cf
slavery ; assert tbat the abolition
opi,k)ns of a portion of the North hare
tended greatly to produce the present w ar
and condemn the abolitionist Ik.U. in and
out of Congrefi.
Tl i'i ..till - . in mriF mi
The Contention was thinly atteuJed acd Wr a saving tf f Io pr acr. In tba way r ca.
t very harmonious. rtn wb.ai, r ttat ct an4 pui op by the mt
approved reapers. Ia fact 1 w..uld not let By ap
Cicixxati, July 3. There is Intense
e&ciiement throughout the city, business is
geoeraily neglected. No aale of anything
worthy of note.
FROM NKW YORK.
Naw A'ota, Jul 3 The World's corrcj
pondent has arrived here frorn the held of
battle beforee Richmond, i p. iu., Tuesday.
he says McClellan' advance was 3 miles
northwest of Hardin's Iandii, and within
io miles of iticiirnoDvJ. Ibe enemy was
terribly repulsed in the battle of Monday,
l " .1. : t t
wuku waa eeugmary in m tue ciiretue. w e
were attacked at four point, aud summa
rily rapulaedthe enemy at three, when they
pressed Heitzleman left very hard, but
-Sumner went to his relief, and thev were fi-
uauy rvpucu win. greai ..augnicr. uemia-
leman captured eight guns and a whole Uri-
1 - . I I . II .
gade of rebels, 1G0U strong, including their
Colonel Fendleton, La , and ex Congrt'Mi-
man Iamar, of Ga., and MKtowan, South
All ourseige guns had been aafely remov
ed to tbe river except one, which was dis
mounted. Our transportation was all safely
removed but 73 wagons, which were burned
. The enemy', atuck on Monday was fierce
iO the extreme.
Kearney, Hooker. Richardson and Mc-
Call narticioated. . The reserve, under Mc-
n I 1 i , r i n ii i
Call, auffered severely, and Oen. McCall and
neynoius were prooauiy taacn prisoners.
They were missing on Tuesday night.
Gen. Mead waa severelv wounded. Oeri.
Rum and Brook slightly.
. . -
Stonewall Jackson was undoubtedly Killol.
all the prisoner corroborating it. .
Gen. J. It. Anderson, of tbe Tredgar I ron
works, was mortally wounded u the action
al Savage's station.
During the action on Monday, the gun
boats Galen and Arottook shelled the river
road with pplendid effect. The enemy at
tempted to advance on this road, but retired
precipitately, as noon as the gunboats opened.
McClellan's forces though ther were
greatly exhausted from lack of rest and food
ere anil in excellent spirit and every dron
of blood will flow before any disaster shall
beiai our Arm.
On monday nicht entrenchment bezsn.
and were proeecutcd aa rapidly aa possible.
i no nrst boitwiih reinforcements arrived
as our correspondent left. Supplies were
also coming abundantly.
Our total logs in the wholo au dura rieht
to Monday night, ia about 12,11. 7,oOJ of
which w aa lo.t in the battle of Friday Oll
tne right. Uol. McUuaid. of N. v.. Col.
. .a. . . a . - I
Caae, of Minn., Maj. Fattemoo, of ls., aod
all the field officers of Duryeas Zouavei
heretofore reported killed and wounle! and
rainy other arc alive and well.
Ualtimoke. July 3 The steamer Daniel
Webster has arrived here with a large num
ber of soldiers, wounded in the recent great
battle before Richmond.
WaauiMoTov. .Tide 3. A seoutics nart?
from Catlett's station, proceeded toward
Warrenton, yesterday, and on reaching that
place, found it occupied bv about .VHi rebel
Information was obtained that wheu a
Union man appear in that neighborhood the
bell are rung, and he is taken prixocer ami
conveyed to a place of eecurity.
Loi-iavitxK, July 3, Gen. O. M. Mitchell
passed through here this evening enroute
for Washington .
Hebel guerilla cavalry enuad pervades
TTcbeter, Davis and Henderson counties.-
Gen. Boyle has aent forces after them wilh
order to put every oue to the sword
CoaiTTB, July 3. Guerillas tore up tho
track east of Grand Junction a day or two
since and captured from seventy to eighty
prisoners. Col. rrtde of (tracts ufl and
Capt. McMichael of Smiths süifT iwrowlv
escaped and have arrived here.
llo-rox, July 3. Hpvclsl deiiatch to the
Journal says. Col. Wyinan of the Itiih Mass
achusetts was killed at the Uichmonil battle.
aud Richard W. Hinks ol the 4'tth Ms-..
The reported loa of the -1 Ma . is M)
in killeil, wounded and initVng, and tint of
the Mass., 31st and 1 Ith alo suflcrrd revere
v ha vine onlv four live officers lelt. The
Vleral los is slated at K,!". Theloos oi
officers in the Mass., engaged is very freat.
FRb)M FORTRESS MONROE.
r'oaT Moaoa, July 1. The euemv ht in
killed and woutnled, vetenliy (Moudv) is
said to have been not le thn H.lMMl; but
we have nothing definite of the lo on either
Gen. Shield' army arrived here, thrs
morning, and has prorre-li up the Janet
river They came iu yeweU via Aiuitpoli.
Waauisoro. July 31 'J at. A dispatch
from Gen. McClellan b the War Department
from Berkley's Bar, July 1.-5:30 p. m .
state that he has succeeded io getting bia
army to that place on tbe banks of the
James river, and has lost but one gun whi h
had to be abandoned last evening. Tuely,
because It broke dowu. That an hour and a
half ago th rear of the wagvn train was
within a mile of the camp and only one wa
gen was abandoned, that we had a severe
battle yesterday, Tuesday, that we beat the
enemy badly. 'Themen fightinr even bet
ter than before.
The men are in rood spirits and that re
enforcements from Washington have arrived.
DYEING Ci SCOURING.
I'ssrv tiytlng und fteownnc i:tab
rnm cratk ad ctiiiyrnr. shawl..
S V Ik and WkUi tir.asa.; aU, (.HU'!
Qoibs Cleait4 asd Cotoewt r a .w cb.sbKal pro
cess, ta lw k l.kt vw.
W abash aea Wi.ms tba ratal aod eth nrw'i
saaaa store sewtis4 my the ts sb.t. aA.teaww
treessaaiv vsses as vara imis !,)
Coreer Usisklegtoti stntl rVclloaM.t
TJHt vleTt4r,fe4 l9f frtha4d the iMt,
Aaalfa ssaili It ewe of tie rt csufarUl-le
UUta im the W't, aal far aepvvW la every
rwaaa4 iaaey tw tbla ptare, ad fr the ao easwte
4au ef the trawtiaa pnUw. and et4rruroiatK of
rtuaaasa aahJra WaraUaav. t-d atetwaarted ekWta
Wseacwre the hlcwaet e-sefurt at caeoaarfisne csT
thatr twsass, as Veve Ml oen Wstt U the secc.s
s f &i r eiaa vera.
W a. B. rx-TTl 4 . U. YJTIT3, tVeaeVaaera.
eoaeaher C UO. Jwt
PA U M RS, LOO K TO Y'O U K I N TE R EST
' 1 J. J-
Haines Illinois Harvester.
'Pile At-nt of this celebrated ma-
JL rtlM has tbe pleasure ef o.Tcrlnt; t tbe fancier
cuoimuniry a peri- ct rasciiirv, wtub Is nodtiui im-
IJ tba lest lUrvenur.j; Sb!! iL. swrld.
OMTii-r. lLm nu ba one ff tbe
aconma Harvesters for tbe lut three rears
a A II a a ....
. " r' wniai It, taal I wotd not
e I eoaw n ocala aotbf r tf tte
jaaie kind, lt.il ly eiperi.m-e, tlat there Is at
yiuTru reapers, (a Tact I wocld nt Ut By rrala I -a
cat ia aay otbr wa, tf Ii rrs off.rrd to put in
St Mi: 1 1. mm i i.-.iv
AV.ir 7.rre lkit,tt,M laCJ.
A F.W. MU.U(.AX.
Uo l''r we tmrchasedoneofth. IiiitwJ. h...
veatera, and wovlduot difponsa wltb tb us e uf It
m, u, rn.su rta mosicureirally endorse alltLst
Mr. Kililfan Las said awT, about this bvkI. t-r se-
ninnit grsis. JUSri Hm K.
I DotuJj end4iH all tbat Mr. Million ssafu1
bia Illinois MirreUr, but will fnLrr a that I
would not tale fl.Coo for my uia l.iur if i , au'd i.t
procure one of tL sitae Liud.
ja uks Jackson.
W have ud otie of Haines UnnUs Hsrvrtra
duriof tbe last two snmhi will entire stifartiu
aad wwuld aay to eur brother fariitrs tbat we w vali
B.4 tabs Aioo fr tba usi ee have. If wr could skK
procure atiotb.r of iL sm. llnd. aod we rndor-e
all tbat Mr. MillxsnaiyiaWittbismod ofharvet-Usk-
THüS. T. fXKJij-u.
r TUTKR 1.T05S.
Oiur Cr-ek T nabip, Vlfe t, lod.
Mr. Cmiu-Sis: I bare ud one 4 HsitK.'ll
UnoU Harvesurs foe tbe lat two years, and have
ased various kiüda cf Iba tuosl aj4 ruvrd rrsprr. cf
I ""r' 1
otLer patlrn, and Cud L7 tloK calculation tbat I
ran save about two-th!r! of tie eipense l y uln
the Ulinou ijanrter. 1 mm nvt uk f l.mo
io. mi i save u i eouiu not procure another of tte
,. .... .
iiuia ui cm ni tiprunucmi p r i.trij
harvest mv wbeat tb pat t. years, taking lots
iwniarriuua in inoee ol soaing iM mlnr of lie
Ibe above riaacrd reutleruen ara all r.tid.ut. in
our mid.iall but two er within one hour's rld id
rarre uaate and would wtlliofly give at,? lof t
sualloo aa to U ase at tilitv of tbi II arrest. r,
tbat may be ak4.
wUJwvfatto4ato4wurk, aai hieb 1 ailUell
f lioa on twelve raomb time, or eicban for
ViaJ F4"".- .
Ia addition to the above namd Barvrtr I have a
I mat auu aw w AJCTBI IOT Ui lUS'JV cclrbr aiel Huca
gT. combined H-.pi rt and MWr.. s.id to L Til
j oet in use. iha tJiaovi,ltf
I Ar" t f.-r no and un-outidin; cuantiis.
,-rn" fn "J l u!a rl'i M esam-
I lllQ IUP Ii LI l.
N.J. Kat il PujH? fnnsre, Trrrr Haute.
KM UK AND INLAND POLICIES
JL Issued In tie .Etna Insurance t'orcpsnr "f
If .r j f .
Hrtf'r1, CoüiMcti ut.
FIRE AND INLAND FOLICIKS U-ued
In tbe Mru and Marine Company, Jprtrte.flrld, M sm.
C'ali Assets 1 300, 000.
FIRK FOLICIEslioJue.1 in the Fire In-
uranc Company of Hartford, Cv.nn-ticut.
Cash Asseu tTM.OOO.
ijrsCRAXCE Io tb aWa old and rt liatl.Cornpa
löfacao be procurnt at reaona4e rates, on arU
CSll.mfv ' r
llACEn A McKEF!. Arots.
Annlication for noliciea in rhtiMiii Mutual
Insurance Company of Hartford. Connecticut.
L a a . .
V:u.A"Vr f leo.oun.
J. II. HACKS. Agent.
Dr. Joe. A. Voop, Medical Liau.Wr.
KiUa Heavy aud Rich Stvlea at 7, 10, 12, f 15
la new lLpr-$l,M, 3, f , fyd, ,tid 10.
Laco Mantloo 6t Points.
From a bankrupt Impoftrr's salef3,S, 4, 5, S, to
Grensdine Shawlji, Spun Silk Shawls;
Barege Sha 1 and other choice aty les for
SEW LOT SMALL CHECK SILKS!
rtrowa and WLite. I'.!ut and Ul.li. rurj.l- A. V bile
Black and V bit, tirevti and Wb'.te. Iv the v ardor
Dres Pattern, at Zrfh. 7&c,iHK-and ft pr yard.
Black, White and Drab Crepe MarvU 1
Two anl w! t, for Mautles and F bawls.
WoriUd GrtnaJinti, Or$die$, Jarionrt,
And other styles thlnles fo1s j'..t rer.lvad.
Immense Stock Fin A Chefj'd (Jrcy Goods,
For Street and Trav.litin Suits, 7, , 10, 15 Ai 15c.
Sun Unbrellas, Faraso',
Carriage Shvle, "latest ft lea."
Ladies and Wise I.o.ig A Short Mitts,
lirge Asaortinenl 10c to 1, M p. r pair.
Indies' Lile Thread lIoe, Openwork Hose,
Sujr Knglish Hoe, Aletandres Kill.
Trimming Ribbons, Beltings, I. ace
Handkerchief. Fan, Gilt.
Steel and Silver Button,
etc., etc., etc.,
A mo ivy tkr ,Vric (ioo.lt llrrrtrril leiy at
i:isaIjIj, koot a
Oprvitr Barr' Drug Store.
Tirrr Htutr Richmond A'mroe. Cit.
SuTav's t r i r, t
Terre Haute, June '23, lr-GJ. (
THE HOAHD OF DIHEt.ToHS
have tils dsy dnlirrd a itiildend f C- (S) p-r
c-ut. an tb capital t- k (f th it mMit) rtMlitig
Mit 3l.i, to tlx to kbolJarsn flterd on tu. ru.k.s
of the Company st that dale. v rilern Mix kLidrts
will be psld tbetr di vMer.ds at lte cT,. r tbe Tres-
nr.r of tl iVmpAny lit T-tr. Ilsa.fn .alafirr
JB1V 1st. t'llAn WtMVJI,
J. irt.l Cpy
isllÄLirf ltOOT A7 V.O.
- -' Ora iVIe vi aina;.
AN ELEGANT LOT OF
s m io r s .f r q tr r. s ,
7. .TO, M), SlOaml 812.
II ERC HAI TS DESPATCH,
Owned aud Msnacd tv Am -t uaa Wipt s C,
I IttmiM.U YOIIK ItOMON,
Te tb West erd v)tb-Wrst(
Irs fperlnl fiara avsa Imlrranl laa
TIME BECF.IFTS GIVEN.
The i!-ov iWpst'h I- rward In--Is st a H
pMti'Jo. ral Ikaa ary i rsimint Wt,.ir.r4
lh rrT'r Ktprt st l'psy. t ovsr lwr IQI.S,
cererina! tbe ent.re r"!" trn .Ntw nk "d r-'
fasrai.tr); Um, wilt be trlveti
Mark all parkaa Mrat.U tWpsHb." ar
dallver at la lVp.-, fH of l.srtlsy rt., X. T. , ai.d
Wester t R. Ce., f-ato, M 4ai.:t .
N o W IP i I m .
a. c. er waa I rostas.
tX).MIll A ItllOTIILlt.
T T ATI51 raraatlf pariktaf-d lVl'ot Ian, f.w
I 1 wyprty hsMrwwas the-.-CHKr. MI: ar-
aal-Ure-eaarier M'hs west tlhe elf, ara v
frmyri ta ferwvwh the eitl sa ef Terre-Hanta aj4
TVtmrr, wlia a arW U tf wU-.-r.i4 eal,
f rare te salt Uae peiileas tte.
VearaaUe Areata fr the Hlhlaad, Brasil and
Tarar.Vwrc Cl Mtwa.
SJJ" OvaVrs taftat ta TlraCeaaty fkale er t
fe' lenre tf a'er
;er proprietor, air the Uh?a4
, w.3 he tiled ee aWt wop.
GO TO NICO LOY 3
Fino Vrt Gallorv
li-w jura era aT,
U kava your lectures takes la all tic virV str.
eaojvw ai w äJi am i j
Oil PECTORAL TROCHES.
tn.T7T.VAiEirrn) is teh aasnm.
Arne. At tbe hot seaton U tpproachirr, every
persoo should prepare tWlr sytu fa the ttai:.
and there is no rrmedy so apt-lirat-le a J.'cUai.'s
ftra,phen!r:gtdUi;an4 prlfler. It e .;;
purffy the Mood thoroughly, kod at tbe aama Uai.
atrenithm and Invlgvrate tbe tele orga&lrirJou.
The tmoynaa quantity U It that U sold daT.j, I
prof eaouÄa cf tu grst virtaes ia th. onrllj r
saevia alt tnpwre ioattr. frwa tbe Mood. TV. .sy
U all, try lu It U d.hdoos to taka.
HHJiHOLD' EXTRACT PICHU
hum, stmct wm"Atwl'",m
line i: v r tor-vvti.-
HKLMlsDUra r.lTRACT WTHU.
THK Cktar iiwcen.
UKIJibOU' KIT RA CT fcU'Ui:,
TUR tiKJCAT Dimrnr.
And a Pwitlve ard .HpeciBc Remedy nrrsr-eeef tt
Ü ravel, ipy.
And all Disease of tbe Urinary Or(L.
5r Advi-rtiarnebt la another roiuma. chji
aud sand for tbe Mediciae at ooce.
KKW.I&K Of COUNTKKFKITi.
Strumoua or Scrofvlovu aPr:tji.ta ar tbe
carse, tLe 1 i'lt, tie p.o rv t of nsat kind. Tbry
are vile aud Eltby aa writ aa falal. Tbey arise trvm
touts tuuiaUob s:k1 lajpurlty of Us bleed, aod are t.
be seea all areaod ua everywUre. Oue Quarter ct
a!l we -el er Ululad with thaaa, ad ua quartrr
of theae die of ther; die fooUably too, becease tbry
re curable. Araa' SaaaaeaatLLa cleanse out tbe
krofal aa ourrvpUwa front the Mowd, r.bdars It pate
and healthy, and effectaalty etpurratae lb. foul
caotau&lnaüuQ fron the system. No lotRcr rro
toJcryour SUufuhms 21aorders, aloce the lrrealtf
hie Ana has provided Us masterly corabltaUoo u
curative vtrtoea that he calls faaaaraaiUja. !
ocrat, Waterlcry, Ct.
r.RASDRF.TH'S IlU.S.-For tba restora'-o.,
health er thoae who hare be-e strkkeu by er p'- .
or paralysis they arstkeeuly rtlaVU tiedir.a.
all äff.--Ii vir: ,.f aa 1ubjs, cbasi jm! tbn
prompt ue ssve lif. atd quickly cures, rxeutts
b!a, pleurisy, cbalera, wind, spaama, vrwuis rboUra
raorbus, diarrhoea, dyaeaury, whether frtKa analar ,a
eaUng onrlpe fru'.ti or erber faalta in diet, yield t
their lnflaeare. Asthma, goat, rbeutuaticaa, lia
affect I ous, ruptures, lidlasnmaUvos of are of,i,
lerer, w better arue er other tpe-i8c frvers; b..Uv
disoacs,Jantid:e, SLTltus'adaure. au.allpua. rtira.-
lea, croup, erysJpi las, wblta swellluns, piles, ulcers.
of even th'rty je r ceuUn&aac and enclally
ulcers of tt llrer, bare all bcn curad Mnssstbtli
hj tb.se celetraU-d YcgcUlle TJulvrrtal nila. U
'fmaj cou:plaloU acd nervous iliaaaa tbe la
bean equailr eaceeaafwl. O'lde changa of IsV, t-vb
trst and second perloJi). Kfllepsy, drprrssiou of
spirits, frightful dera&i. all ol stmctiona astd rtlaa.
attona are ly thva cured, disperecd aid corrects!
rrio-JSrenti per 1-os.
old by 3. IL Cveieuaae. Tfrr.-Uaole, end by
reepeculJe dealara q medKiae. MaiiUelc
Pensions, Bounty Honey, County
Dfi. DANALUSON, Noury 1'ub-
lie. Collactor. CTalm Aeer.L Ae A.
Ms services to tie public, epclallv to those sbo
bae CMbeccta! Ith Ut. Military aeU of t'.
I'ulted S ia tea, and who may have any elaim aeain.i
the Oeoccal GoveruaituL IIa will arrai.. fussis'-d
aod aece.fullv' proeec" s'l va.id rl Mnt rw4l.
sbla ruarra. ax.1 r raviiy as tie LuoekS can I
'YuaU-beJ before lbs prcra r rXii' st V al,;r j'nn
Hsvirr. Tiw Year f i,.ri oca and ri .rti. . bcl,
aud tba a.! er au old vOicee of Iba Wcneeal üumn-me'-.t
nrvler rre.ideit I Uniwre's Adn.iPi..;;ttuU, I r
Cannot fail In t v n saxessful wilh II Irral rlana
eS. ,.r for I KNMON.S, fiüVM l Mti.VKV . r I.ANl)
II ALF-IVA T rr.SS10NH.-Tba Widow., .r ,f
Widows, lb. CblMrrnua-ler slile. u yrsrs of mg,t t4
oSvrs aad soldiers ef tba fweert r ar y ptei'-u.
war, who h.r. diedur lti killed wblU In tba aer
vtce, ara eaUtied to Half-Psy Piii.iis.
INVA1JI) I'KNMO.NS. All oS'.rere and ,,!,. t.
wbe ara diaabld by r.aaoe of wou: 1. retir vj
dias contracted while iu iV srU e end lu
line of doty as s soldier, at any pen . !, sr. :
to Invalid Tensions.
LAM) W ARK AX ti AM r, aerred 11 djj
any f th pstwrs cf the Unite I fMaiei, r t a d
la battle, are .ititlel to 190 are. of baud. It. ...
iyf dasth, tbe Wt.lv w arid M.n.irt aie er.tir
rb)LTT MQXKT.-Tbr brlr. cf all H,..tirTs -b..
hare vulanteied darloe lb. pi eee:t u sr f .-r tin '
yean or Jurliif th war, and bsva tiled or t-reti k'!'- 1
eblle lathe serrlre, are ertttled U. (us Uri.t i.
iKsujtaa Bounty fner, and euih arresrs af u
dier's pay a may bate aorrued to Iba date i f Li
Nor bafa uade wllbt a claim is ucc...li
iKredsaiil Mvtt:s(ev eieAtit'd, aud hlaaks or-
sT f 4 tern arreararaa ariarrd ai.i o.ieru1,
and avrksnta promptly rsstaltte4. 1
Or nCK a ae old cotuer stand.
I . INAI.l.dN
'tSd'.f Uary l uLIk , ii
1H. HIVE ban removed hin (iru
ery and I'rovlslen Stora ti ?fo 3, rt.ui is
R"W, Wabah K'.reet, wast door la W. R. M keen',
lui klnc Offlra.
Ills stuck is considerably li.fr s l by ttrwpur
raiaaes from tba be.t l'im Hitiali W bl.al. tlriu.
and blscuro:nsr will f n1 si bis New Slst.-t. 1.
tbe e.asl assurtnient af l'rvii'U. iil ui rrit.
tba follow in k article..
LI MBIT Kt) C1IKK.SK,
hcim: ixji.iv i:s.
KKKNCH CHOCtLATF..a It Vamlle,
KKKNCH MUäTAKD Ij tl.c li.e.
au r.rios, s , Sj.i.1 r. r. i i ii. ,a.
All tle llo-', r v.rr ttisii st ml, J .Iber plat ..
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DEPOT of AdAril Stiirel'elCVM)!.
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