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Editor Krat: -I am a candidate
It 05.ce of County Treasurer.
J une 1 3. 1 . S. K. A LLKN .
I an a candidal for the cilice of Treas
urer of Vijro coutty it tht October election.
M. S. IH'KHAM.
Wt art authorised la at.uour.ce C. W .
ktarbour a Candidate for the othee of Col
lector and Treasurer of the county of Vio.
I am cndi.late for Counte Treasurer.
T. A. MADISON u a candidate for the
b&rur Ctu: ij TtM-urfr at l!e October
tdT Tht 4ih of July proceeding "ill ap
pear to morrow .
Lf Oo tbt second pigt appears, a letter
from John W. Collim, an oCcer of the 17th
rein&t. and a re'sleat of this county.
BT" A. McOrejor 1 Co . are l!ug the
bet ipaalitv of New Orleans sugar direct
from tbe Snith. at tbeir fore bnv in ihi
1 - m -
Xf Me-r. Nofainger A, Hair. the verv
popular pro-rielor of tbt Uu&tin House,
furnished i tbrir friends on the 1th met
ma oi fkent dinner. Lonj; may tbey live.
Tbe to report wbkh appear this
morning. In regard to matters connected with
tbe Terrt Haute Female College, were u
laid, and consequently not published with the
other reports We jiitpare It them m
ClT Free lunc'j at Keru's Saloon, frvm
half paat Uo o'clock until cleea rub day.
Mr. Kern serve up lb in lunch fur hi friexd
iü tue bant Style; aud invite all hi frier la to
call and patronize biru.
Ijtmx oa Brotax. On the -tih int., 1 bJ
addltf and br'xllt taken v iuj borve, on the
ground here the celebration wab!J, by
ouj peran either mtliciou.dy or by m;
V Tbe kl!e U a gooJ one anl I ill
(ay a liberal reward to any periou who ill
return it Ut the Wabah Eipre Office
YntH Mr.AT fatiT 1 Ir.rite my fellow
eiligen to call at my meat hop on tht went
idt of Market Street, between Main and
Cherry Street, and purchaae of tne the
choice! qnality rf freh meat, which I al
way keep ookanK I alo will deliver
meat at any part of the city by leatlng or
der ao to do F STKVERONV
Julr 4 T3w
Taaac Hatrc Fiaii CoLttua.l
June 16. liG2.
Tbe committee appointed to examine
tptcimtoa ami award premium in the De
partment of Drawing and Painting in tbt
Ttrrt Haute Femalt College hart etamioed
with a great degree of interest and per3nl
eatieavriion the variou feciuiena of art
abminej to their judgment, a executed
uzider the pcplage of MLa Mattie King
bury, anddviire to report that in tbeir opin
ion tbe be.t Iqrt of pencil akctcbe were tboe
marked No. 1, and drajao by Mi. Carrie
Altbouh there wer bwter specimen
(tingle piece) bi each of the other lot
yreientcd than were found In No. 1, yet in
consideration of tl comparatively a mall
liumber of drte'uigt ac l abort time tbt pu
pil I.. d retn talujg levon. aa well a tht
rapt 1 in pro trr.ent evinced throughout the
4eri4, Jeterminatd Lbe eoramlUee tu award
the premium to Mi Smith.
Some fitly or aitt) oil paiutin, mostly
larnJrape). wert presented, reprvaenting a
great variety of cn;0'itloD and scene, in
which the ruMDittlee fouod ponl Jereeof
ficelltnce. ."jme üf tl.cra dcerTc tnl
KmU rrrirr epeciI mention a work of
art fl lout ;il!ed ben proluccd under
iauUr circuuUuce. While there w a not
a tingle ptcv dtecrcAlitablt to the painter,
wt waold apeciy aa worthy of apecial enco
raiurua. piece etecuttd by Mi.ea Kate
Ciaine. Clara MadUon. Fannie Morri, Miry
Jerauld. E1U Sextou, Clara Crawford arxl
tbrtt or four piece by Mim Mint Fat
rn k, aomt of which would ilo credit to ex
perienced art!t, and mibt receive bonora
tte (4cra iu the collection of any connoi
1 be Com.aittee regret that their tiait !
b;g very limited far tbk eiaraiuaüon, tbey
art compelled to tlost tbla bnrrie I report
iVeliitg thai they may not have Jone full
juatkt to all who might properly claim torn
amettdAtiou at their kaada.
Tbt wholt of tbet prodttctiotii a well aa
a superb I-ao-lncipe aictcl by tbt Ttrber
alis Kingtbury, are inconte-tiMt evnicucc
)t the instructor u no le caik?t of itu
;rtu tbofougb practU! koow)Ue of
ibt principle of art. tlutt uf rtUzimj t
MrrMM mf iewef f im art, by tbe ew
Ma of tboat pHncipltt in U producing l
a hiich or1cr of art u tic perfertKui.
H t therelort ou beart'ly roueud Utb
papda and Teacher
WM. T. roTWf.V.
S II. SMITH.
! rata-lUiTK FawALa CottK-t.)
Jcnt 17th. I?f!j.
The uswleraigraeU appointed m Coraeaitte
t etamfr.t the specimens of r.lic in t! t
DMttnt of renmacbp under the cbije
Ot M; üary H. Baldwin, unaninuoudy
ward the premium for tht bet penmanhip
to Mi Mtry U Turner, her U-A Uinr
weal aad free from Uot or tuark. aUhuwb
avaay other epeeinsens are worthy of specal
rtK&TuisUtioo. I a tbe specimen Icdicatirg
UaprevemtAi tht Conna)iie bate bad t
ItUtt i.l.'..iy i ic !. g t fr n t.k.; r.:ri. cf
arsnrnber, rtawrdthe preajium Mr
Fascie f4e! la j doing they r ar aot for
bear necüoau'g a worth, of ;-vil notne
the aperiajena of Mie Mell e rcg'ef.e,
Faanlt Morrt. Xall.t (idbert. Latte Ac
l-fa, Mary C. Kiagbary. Mat Ua Iu
can. Carrit Latly.and AU Eteleik Tbe
Oereimitue ciowl tut record ibe erTm cf
tttTtafcfraf Fecmanh.p. Mi HaUa.o.
esa0e2tlr fMreafl iu mtnifM jn
pfOTCment 0 tpj:4rnt In all tbe peciKer
.ttbmlued to our iof-ectvo
WM. E M-LLAN.
F. U. MKRLDITH.
J2T Vau to cbo&t New Orleans Sugar
receiving an J for aale by
A. M Uli HG OR ii CO.
JfT" Notice lueenswire, dataware Ac,
aided U onr Lamp and Oil busjieu. We
call special attention to o.t Jelly C.li-.e,
Kruit Jars, and to our Lubricating Oil, fur
machinery, wajon and car axle i.e.
J. F. KEELER A. OK
July I. dlwltw
Lost On last Saturday, a memorandum
book ctttiininj about $19, lupjoned to hare
beeo lost on South Third atreet. A I.Ural
reaard will U f-iU to tht frnltt If left at
thi office. JOHN W. Ituss.
Abrottr sih lodlnnn llrttferr.
Vou art hereby notified to report person
ally ivuiuJuttljf to ibee quarters, or by
Surgeon's certificate. If tili too rkk for duty;
or be reported as lf$rrttr$ and proceeded
OKO. T. COCkiKAN. Ca pi.
Tuurubia, Alabama, June '22,
M I LW AÜKEE LAOKIiITeKR
For ale at
June ltKj Im WElhrt A. Co.
linuuui Liota Urn. The Cour
Houe Salowu, on tbt eit aid of the l'ublic
Sjuare, i recvirmg regularly, from tht
breeery of S. Eytner, at Helle ille, a rirft
clw, jenuico art'wlt of Lavr Heer, hieb
all lorerj of the artivlc tuu.it prvnouncc upon
trial, cUal, if not upi-rior to any bereWfure
brought to the city. Let all bo iudule,
gWe Herr OrunefcKit 1 Co., a call, ami tct
tht matter. W re hifurnied, by goo-1
judges, that there ia uo mUtakt iu tbe mat
tor But to aatity all. io and taate.
CSriWsoa Drvwulowe Wunderful Hook
Tbt gtauiot edition now lei, cunUiniug
uj-waxdj cf PSCS ujrior engrav
ing, an txctlent Steel l'ortrait. etc., beau
tifully ptintevl on Hue white jjr, and band
ornely lond in rouilin. SuUicriherii can
gel their Hook at tbe Fust Ofbce New De
pot. I have a few more Hooks thau I bate
?u"cribera for, call early and get a cvpv.
j july'JMtw tiCS. A UN OLD.
I t .
UT Dr. Mahan & Hell hive understood
rom rwliablt ource that a report is üt cir
c :'it! U.CT time it o mouo;oliiod at
tht Hospital, that they cannot attend to tbeir
private practice They would y to their
friend, they are cry thankful for pat la
vor, and will bo reaJy at all houn to ettoud
them a heretofore.
Their engagement at tbe hospital will
jt interfere in the least, with their other
Foa Sua. A good duelling boue, situa
ed in a ple.tint pui of the city, with all
neceary convenience. For particular en
quire of W. L Hoddy, at thLoQtce. tt
Q!TDr. Henry D. Mann continue to at
tend to tht practice of Medicine and Surgery
iü lh' city and surrounding country. Me
-4gea left at hl ortice (Barr' Block, corner
of Sth and Wahdi Streets.) or at Hospital
No. 1, wi'd be attend! to promptly.
Removal. Simucl Mack ba removel hia
tock of Clothing and (Jent Kurnihlng
tloo-li, from Ibi-nti Row, back to hi old
laud. North of Ue Court Hou-r, in the
Molcitt HuilJing. immediately under tbe
Wabash Evpre- oflice. where be will be
plea-ed to et all ol hi old cutomer. and
as many new onca may favor him with a
call. July l.-lw
V& All thot who want a beautiful Silk
Hat, of tbe Iatct faahion, call at tbe New
York Hat Store and get one of the Home
Manufacture, which I make tuyelr; there
fort I can warrant all hat bought of me.
I have a fine assortment ef French Heaver,
Otter and Soft csaimert bata of the net
quAlity, and of all colon, which I am selling
very low ; al.o, a Urge aortment of Wool
Hat, of all colors, ranging iu price m low
a fifty feilt.
T. II. LOW ERR K. iWtical Hatter.
Succei.or to J. C. YATES.
bY.'T tf. 0r. Fifth, and Main Sia.
BtLLit ulk JLura Hcta ar nir Txtaa
Hart StooM. I am constantly receiving
a No. 1 ajuahty of Belleville Lager Beer,
which I ill terve to lovers of the above
beverage, at ruy well known Satoon, west of
the Tcrre Haute Houc. (live me a call and
test iu quality for yourselves.
nvVVltf. N. KATZEN HA CI I
Fo nit Waa C4am JatnrSuiTrt, ia
imiw here, and bi ointI a recruiting oflicc
for tht ICth regiment near the corner of
Fourth and Main Street. Tbe Captain wai
au otliccr ia the 1 Ith InJ regiment, and is
a 6ut orliotr, and all who deireJto vo!o:itecr
in tht service would do well to call upon
Mui. Tbi tuay l-e the last chiKt, therefore
do not delay or eUe you may 1 too lstc
.. . ..
H-uarir Wm lMMatiTatv. The
ICtb regiment is being reorganiied umler tVe
apce of Col. J. T. Lucas, late Lieut Col.
of tbt Msnt refiraer.l. and ail per --ons wih
Lg to enlUi uuJr o&ccrs '.- have seen
service, can bavt a chance now, of a itirg
in cruh:cg out tht rebclüti. and onct ru rt
wiUie.it tbe supremacy of the Stars and
Fay, rations aud eloüiing fr na the time of
enlistment. A recruit'og c2i-t will bt oj-eo
everyday, until theJeired namr-er are en
roilvvl. O.Tke, two dor aoulli of the Cm
rtitruii; Moa. m Kwttrib street east i.le.
W. M. CONNER,
l3.dtf Le tenant
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Fivtrti Krtanr Wa-4tir To ?M ?
t' j B. 54th regiment ladiana seia&teer.
tow at Ctmp Morton, gcarJlrg prU.nerp, to
Mrve thrt4mth.tta!e-er JeKarge-J
Fay atl cUthirg tarn a iu tht L'cltr 1
Siate eervi,-e The Coe-iiy ba the se
ct! pmt of bfir. beiß j4are! en tat ei
tremt lelt. Tbt undersigned will be U tbe
ety üBtil M?tiy, Jaly 7th.
C A. OOODWIN, C.ju.u
FOW SALK Ont two1ior waon
a -rij rMw;ew ttrktr eavw, wrerlf sew; awe
t ttoUar; eii e k!ck I wlCt eirtrar we -ra,
r-m sMtw-Mt. AUlCUUt.
i DtoraTcmi at tie wkstkix cjuos. use.
Wauisutox, July 4. -The Richmond Ex
imicer of July ÜJ gires the fullowio ac
count relating" to the battle of Morula r. It
stvi: ' ' ' i
On Sunday morning Gens. Hill and Long
street, with their divL-ions, crowed tht
Chickabomlny, aud late Monday afternoou
attack oI the enemy about fire milei north
es-t of lrlcytoti on the New Market road.
The conflict was terrible, and by H.30 r. m.,
the euemv had been driven back a utile and
a half. At 9' J, being heavily reinforced,
tbe enemy made another Und.
The lo hereon tht rebel aide wa terri
ble. The ailuat'oii being bopelei a 'n t such
overwhelming fön e. Gen. Hill lowlr retir
ed Atthi moment, seeing their a K uary
retire, the moil vociferous cheer ai o from
the whole Yankee line.
The fight euded there for tho nlh t.
Tbt Examiner iys it thiuk ti division
which went into tht fight of Kri-I.y, 14,(MH
trong, could only number GYKK) men for
duty on Tuesday ,'and that the loa of life
exceed that of any battle or aeries of bat
tle rret fought.
About H o'clock a.m. of Tuesday, tht Ex
aminer aays, Jackon and Hägers divisiou
attacked McClellan'a lelt titnk on tho weal
aidt of tht Chick a hominy, 1? miles from
Riebmond. Later in tht day McUrudcr fell
upon hi right flank.
Fighting wa going on until Tuesday
Heavy tiling from the guuboaU on Jamea
rtrer wa heard oa 1 uesday morning.
' A number of Federal trani torts art in tht
j river with reinforcement fror Hurtiside,
- but they have not yet landed.
Tbt abevt citracU are from tbt Kiatuiu
er relative to t'-e Tuesday 'a battle, in which
fien. McCleii-in dispatch of yesterday , said
tbe enemy were badly bcatc:.".
Advices received at the War Departmtut
show that there was no fighting oa the Fen-
insula, up to a:JU V. hi.
Accounts from Warrentou state that there
u no enemy there. Tht two hundred rebel
t iVitlry eeu on Wcducsday having, liwap
eared, oruo of the women threw diahca an-1
other articles from the wiudowi at onr forces.
The oldlcrn at Manassas and Catllet'-,
are celebrating Independence ly.
Account I rom Fredericksburg icpievnt
the greatest poiblt distrc-M among tht in
habitant thtre, the 13th Virginia rebel regi
ment, rawed iu that town, having been cut
Wamnotv'ü, July -Ith. Evimm. Latest
adt ice at the War Department from Gen.
McCIellau. are dated 1 o'clock this nioriiing,
up to which time there bad n t been any
fighting since Tuesday.
Gen. Dit reKrts the arrival, to -day, at
Fort Monroe, of five bund rod nud fi.'ty three
rebel pria)aem, being part of thoe taken iu
tho lite battles, among whom art several
Colonel and Major.
Gen. Dix has ordered all civilian away
from Ft. Monroo and uo person will be per
mitted to pass to that point of the army of
tha Fotomac. except those onnectet with
military or naval service.
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FROM NEW YORK.
Niw Yoti.July 5 Tht Fort Monroe
correspondent of tht Tribune, dated 3d, says
Gen VcClellan'a position cannot bt flanked
bT an)- force howerer grfftt. Supplier of all
kinds ia abundance hare arrived, and the
army ii in tha bept possible spirt..
Two gunboats went up the Appatomox
Rirer toward Petersburg: on Sunday night.
Tbe Island Belle got aground, was disman
tled and burnt.
City Point wa burnt this morning by tbe
gunboats, thu lest roving th shelter for
rebel sharp ahooters.
James river ia filled with transport vessels
and steamer, and orer, twenty gunboat aro
in the vicinity of Harris. Vs Landing.
Ql'sU I priori ert atato ti.eir loaa at 3(i,0,
ahile; rs will not exceed 10,0(0.
The ,tbel bad over ÜOU.fMKl troop en
Nw X.urid Mo., July ft. V ick bürg i
our, no pa liculan yet.
lUttHt AXTras Abmt or thk Fotomac,
Turkey Island, July
Tbt following I an account of the battler)
fought iu front of Richmond on Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday, being the bib ib and
7th days of the engagement.
On Sunday morning the corpn of General
Sumner and Otntral Krankliu were left in
the work at Fair Oak, with instruction to
evacuate and protect the baggage and siirplr
trains, on their way to Ja me river. They
had hardly left their poition and were fall
inn back on the 11. It. fc Willianiftburg turn
pike, when the rebel discovered the move
ment ai.d imuodiatel) Urtcd in ruisuit with
their whole force. i rapidly did the relel
approach that oar otbeert bad hardly time to
puce their men in position to receive them,
before they were upon ibei'i.
The e nciuy aJvanred to the attack about
'J o'clock which was promptly met by our
men. Tbt battle lasted until dark duriug
which the enemy suffered terribly; advancing
iu solid Dit'i to within a hott distance of
our artillery, tht effect of our gun upon
their ranks was fearful killing and oun l
ing by hundreds.
Atdark tht enemy was repuUcd, and
fort el to abandon their po-.it on.
Thin baUlt teok place about one aud a
half miles a1ove Savagt Station.
Whilst this battle was in progre-a, other
iruirtaiit events were transpiring.
The railroad bridge across the Chirka
hominy, wa burned, and a train of telte
cars, under a full head ol steam, run
All tht Commissary and tjuaitermister
stores unable te be moved wtie ooiuntilted
to the tUuae. together with a lrge amount
of ordnance --
The large ivu at tle tU mimI
joining grounds, ii'rh '.e tillci our suk
od wwuudel, wtfym it weir iruosible to
get awsv. wert left xibder cart of War Sur
gron with all tht ncces-trie at band for
tbeir comfvrt. Tbey tiumbere-d about 00
and art now ia the enemy's hands. Tht
tuop Lieh had foujlt Ü.t balt't of Su:t
day retr4te1 unJsr corer of the night o
White Oak Swatup Hrlgt. a ditance of
atKjtit I - ,.n!e, there to aw sit the approach
of tbt eneiuy .
Tbt -Vpovticu of troow on Moeday,
tht sixth day of battle was as fallows:
Gen- Smith's pivUioo, up-urted by Geo.
Naglay's Hrigadr, oc:pieJ tht right of tht
br),e, hi!e Gen. Sumner's and Gen. Frank
lin's corp occopiea tbt left. (en. Heinttle
roan's C3r; with Gen. McCall'i diviion
wssout ou the roal to meet the eaemv who
was approsrbiop from Richmond. Tl c r:
caiv came up lhlly etrly in tbt morning
ar-d bartne bee beavily reianVerwl by the
trxie who ba I fvukt "the battle of Friday
on the oppo.. k1 t( the Chkkahominy,
aU.'ut tbre e'trk It became evident that
one our lot iun.t give w T as lie rrtsi
wert rot it&'Jy throw ",n ft eS troop into
Ofir troops in lrnt of the h now fell
lark to withl-i tr rrt and a half ratle v i
Turkey Island, where the fij-ht wa abort!,
afterward; rrti---"J rvl fontjnoed with the
rrratet de'ern in it -u on side. Tlie
t Wms (i UouSj e as vet s beavy on both
; D-trirg b dy all the rattle iH V t pt tt
er jx rt.va of trie triportatKt h1 aft
croMf I 1 ufkey I'in-I brVlge. Hme of the
tear w-aona had to be abandooed arad fired
to tnakt rojra fjr the paaaage of artd'ery. '
Tbt Cgbt wts renew earty ow Tteday
raorturg by tbw rtSe!s, tbey e? k'catly in
tea-Jirg to ertiah cr array.
It lasted about three hours, resultiug In
consiJerabft loss to both siJei. The enemy
then retired, leaving the field to our troopn.
Tht rebels again adranced about three
o'clock F. II., in considerable numbers, but
retirc-l after beiag thelled by the gunboaU
and artillery for about two hours, without
coming ntar enough for muAetry to become
'I ht lo? of our army duriug thena M ven
engageoienU. is not known, but '-Pi.tKKJ U
considers! to bt ai near aa e&tia&te as can
at present, be given In killed, wounded and
miing. Many of those at present unac
counted for, r.iiy 'bare strangled away
.1 l -a-.. a - J
inrougn me country, ana may bercalter re
turn. The lo.sa of the enemy In killed mut have
been very bcary, far exceeding that of our
Wt have Uken about TOO prUontrs.amonr;
wrioua are uirea lieutenants and one Major.
Tbe reported capture of Gen. Magruiler U
Tht lose in ficIJ artillery is about thirty
i iccca uuriiig tut seven days.
Tt la. tfl r. k.l oaj nl 1,1
Suff wert Uken prisoners, as also Colonel
1 1 . e. asmesae"
Stockion cr Michigan.
Gen. Meade, of Pennsylvania, was severe
ly wounded. Gen. Burns was wounded in
Gen. Sumner and Gen. Heint! man wort
both slighlly wounded in the left arm. but
. a v . I a a
never ten mt neid.
(en. Metall was aecn to fall from hi
boro during tue battle and was Uken pris
oner. The ettcnt Of hia inhiri.-s r.rtt
Col. (iosliu cf tht Slth Pa.. Reriment.
waa anieo; Upu Uambiaa. or the Oth Kegu
lar Cavalry, waa killed; Col. Pratt, of tbe
oisi . a ., was wounded in the face.
Tbt army 1 now eucamned on hii-h -rallet-
0ivwmu vu ut uiuii wi eawta river, i
milea from Richmond. Tha lr.nimr(i im
already uuloadinir aurnliea at ih al.irr.
anu me commanding Ueneral feels conti-
I a a r II .
went ot auccesstuuy meeting any attack tht
cue my iuy make upon him iu his present
Tht reinforcement tho rebels received
from Beauregard and Jack U f t V aft t K aa na m
forco iloublt that of the army of tho Poto
mac, and many of tht prisoner taken during
tht battle beloog to Beauregard' army.
XXXVIITH CONGRESS-FiaT Staue.
Wajiixutox, July -I.
Sumner presented a petition asking that
tbe President bo K pested to call oa all loyal
person to return to their allegiance aud to
report themselves within tbt lines of the
, Grime offered a resolution that tbe Sec
retary of War be requested to trtnimit to
the Senate tht official report of Col. Canby
In regard to military operation in New
Mexico, especially that of the battle or
Rice objected to its prexent consideration.
Powell moved to take up the bill abolish
ing the franking privilege.
Rice oLjtjited to iu being taken up, No
queruui wa found.
Clark moved thit tho Sergcnt at Arm
request the nttendiwe ot absented.
On motion of King the Senate adjourned,
bating been In jrinn less than half an
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
Foar Mo.xaor, July 2d, 9 P. M.Ool. C.
Ross Smith, who ia connected with the re
serve cavalry, Inform me that their force
numoering over 1,000 have all arrived here
this evening. Tbl command with the fly
ing artillery and tbout 1.D00 Infantry were
placed under command of Gen. Stoneman to
attend to the removal of Government prop
erty at White Honae. He haw it all safely
removed aud the building destroyed, and on
Saturday erealng they left the White House
after shipping all tht good and the Infantry
I, MO and retrtated to Williamsburg, arriv
ing tbtrt early Sunday, from thcuce they
went to York town, whtrt they ahlpped their
artillery. Their men are in good health and
spirits and lost only two of their number who
wert taken while on picket duty. They rep
resent the expedition as odmirably managed
by Gen. Stoneman. '
The Cavalry, Infantry and artillery in all
numbered about 30,000 men, and many of
them baro been erroneously reported cap
tured. It was believed to be so In tht main
FoaT Moxaot, July 3. This morning the
Nellie Baker arrived at Fort Monre from
HarrUon'a Landing, hating left there at 5 J
o'clock. She bring 23 rebel prisoner and I
a few wounded.
The most terrible fighting took place on
Tuesday tart and with mot brilliant succesi.
The rebeli wero defeated In erery action
atd the rebel prisoner admit the loss of at
least 1U,(HX that day. Our artillery was
most lucccsfully haüdlcd nearly all day
while the rebel have done but very little
execution with theirs. Our lot was -very
small compared w ith that of the rebchj. Ai
fast as the rebel force were cut to pieces
oiher fresh troop were immediately marched
forward to fill their place. Tbty seemed
to disregard tht live of their meu and held
them under the hottest fire of our artillery.
The enemy have been driven back iu every
fight for the last three day. Our troops art
in fine spirits and utter so antiou to fight
TheMteamer Yanderbilt and Aaron Smith
have triived with 1,000.
WAin.t.Tox, July Ü Despatches have
been received from (eu. McClellau dated aa
late as one o'clock, a. m., 4th, the following
is their substance ouiiltiuj dtuils not prop
er far present publication:
There bad been no fighting since Tuts
dsy night when tbt enemy weit repulsed
with great alaugbter. Tht army moved to
the position now occupied because it afforded
superior advantage lor tbe cooperation of
the gunboats, of which 17 art now ia tht
river protcciin tho dank of our army.
Mateuieiila of tht casualties iu tho aevert
battles of tht eight days canaot yet bt fur
nished. Our forces weie not beaten iu any
riKitiVt nor or-old they be driven from the
field by tht uttermost efforts of tht tnemv.
No cutis have been lot since tbe 27tia
when McCall's DivUion at ih onset wa
otrrwhflmtd and 2j pittts fell it. to tbt
har-da nf the enemy .
Tht sick and wounde-1 art being sent to
At on o'clock yesterday the army was
drawn up a iu -haJUous . for tevteW, tht
bstds were pUjlic National aalutri being
fired and thirds looked bright.
FROM NEW VORK. .
N't Vor a. Julr o. Cai. 8 pear, of tien.
Reynolds ttarl, rejsjrt tint reinforcement
wert beu( lainJe-l on Thursday morain-j
and wm received with grett euthusiasm by
The battles of Tuesday lasted frwtu i a.
ra till 1 p m. Wt took J4 gun from tht
rebel b cune up altsys thrtt or four
line deep. Tbe canteen of tht rebels
were u"f I tb whisky ;M'pNwderk
- - -ea
.RLKJ.N -LWfe ,
Cili ii"" w The S. Hiber
nian frota iJterp-'?! JTth, v ". Londerry S'-th,
pae-t er Ü I norriar
It if awcrtcd Uit Napole-ru ba rolved
to tend suff'.iier.t troop to Mtlco to forct a
wsy to tht Capital, against all cbtsr!e.
Aviw.ii I ttsiif:-e will ir.tsaliaUlv take
uotMiuaod cf Urge roeceatraikxi of Preneh
war vrtacl in American wateti. which coo
eetiUatiM tbe i'atrie a ia j.ttäed by
w)ai may arise oat cf tht Arue;ia Varand
Tht Londoo Iltrall argues bttrrer.tSon in
Chicago, July 5. Tbe Alcobo! trorkf of
J. II. Lowt were.bnrucd yesterday. Lo
NXKJ. Injured. v
During th5 afbtrnoou Uiildings from VJU
North Clark street to 2X, alo buined.
Loss 7D.IKKJ. Partially iiifurcd.
About the tame lim Crw troke out ou
the corner f Ontario and Well streets, de
troving lba.t and adjoining buiM'uig. IoH
r.iMM. I a-n ret.
Fkj.v. July 5. Waldo Llaltiu. b'dy
Kcreant i Col. Wymaa, cf tht Ma lOih,
has arrived her and reporUtbat Col. J
man was shot through tbe breast and bis
right arm ahatlered badly in the action Mon
day afternoon. Cant. A, . Oodd, ot noa-
tou. was anot dead at me ueao oi vooi-
pany daring tho battle.
t ean r
Waiit(iT0)(, July o. The following are
amonrr Ut wouuded aod sick arrive! lr
vcsterlay by tht ateamahip Vandcrbilt and
lxuisiana from the array of the Potomac
a ta e t
1 Ite loliowmg art diicnigan regimenu:
Wrn I) Ilae, I Gib, ferer; asaloUat Surgcou
A J Ilabart, 1 at, chronic diarrhea; Capt Geo
0 Harrvrr. 1st, eidt aevert: Capt leo V
Gruramond. 1st. leg alight: Capt Wm A
Throop, 1st, foot; Ca pt Geo Kaken, Ith,
arm severe; Corporal Jaa Black, 1st, knee
slight: Ckas Wal i er, -Ith, breast slight; A
IngUaan, foot; 0 11 Eggleaton, 1st, bead;
Sergt J O Hursh, 2nd, shoulder; Jno Far-
relJ, Xh, bud; Chat W Decker, 4th, tliigh;
Sergeant Blu, 2d, chronic diarrhea.
Cixcis.taTi, July I.
1 There is no cLaoge in flour - or wheat.
Tbe demand for both U limited.
Corn ia less active. Distillers having tup
plied themeelves with nearly all they can
work ud before the first of AuguU. Market
closed heavy at .T7.
OaU quiet at 3o.
Rye in fair demand at 49(60.
W hUky advauced to 2G. and ia rood de
Mcs Pork, Bulk Pork and Bacon are not
enrjulrod for and prices rems'n nominal.
Lard firm; 400 kegs sold at 7'; prime in
tierce held firmly at be.
Sunday Night Dispatches.
FROM FT. MONROE.
FoaT Mo.Mjoa July 4, 1 wo steamers
ith lick and wounded from Harrison'
Land in e leave here far New t ork thU
morning, many art very alibtly wounded.
Parties on the steamer Commodore from
there report having beard cannonadiog from
9 a. m. until '2 p. tu. Others aay it continued
till G, at which time tho steamer left Harn-
MrCItllan sent 533 rebel prisoners to-day
to rortreM 3lonroe, many of them had
clothes on Uken from our soldiers. Amtng
prisoners are 53 officers, 2 Colonels, 3 Lieut.
Colonels aud 3 Majors. It i stated the reb
el were driven back and retreated 10 mile
Thursday July 3d, with great los of tueu
Ft. Moxkob, July C. Tht rebel cuuboüt
Teaser waa captured in James Rirer on the
4th. ery important paper w ere foetid on
srtciAL TO THK TaiBl NT.
Maonrnus, Julv S Richrooui
to July 1st and 21 still claim the rebels cap
tured o Generals, 12,000 prisoners, all Mc
Clelland aeige guns, and supplies, enough for
tho Nihal irmv far ttira mnntlu.
They represent the battle of Julr Ut tie
most desperate and fearful of the entire
Latest dispatches state there were con
flicting reports about tht battle, aod it was
mpossible to get official information.
The preclic situation of the Yankee army
s not known.
It U claimed that Hooker and Sumner
were wounded, and Sumner captured
Latest reports were le9 exultant.
Washington, July C. AJices from tho
army of tht l'otoraac up to last night, indi
cate all quiet, and all in pod pj.irii.
Hriff. (Jen. Sturtis i onleied to (teneral
lien. McCIcIIan h.ts issued an adJreni to
the army on tht achievement of the last ten
days, saying you bavo succeeded in chang
ing jour base of operations by a llank move
ment, always regarded aa the mul haurd
ous of military eaedienU. Vou have aav
ed all jour supplies, guns and colors, taVIcg
iu turn guns aud rolois from the enemy uu
der every disadvantage ef numbers, and ce-
cossarily of position. Vou hive iu every
conflict beaten back your for- with enormous
slaughter. We are jTepared to meet the
enemy who may at Lick yuü.
Iet them come, and we will convert their
repulse into final defeat Your Government
i strengthening you with the resources of
preat people, on thu, our Natioual birth day.
We declare to our foes, who arc rebel
against the beat interests of mankind, that
lUi army shall cuter tht Capital of tht re
called Confederacy; that our National Con
stitution shall prevail; and that the Union,
which can alone insure internal security and
peace to each titate, roust aud shall be pre
served, cost what it may in time, treasure
CoaiMiu, .July Ü
. L'. M Stmmttn:
Official report are just received of a brd
liant cavalry affair, near llocLVtlle, M at.
On tht 1st, Col. Sheridh. of the U l Miohi
gan cavalry, with two reciment, men.
wtrt attacked by parts of elht regiments of
rebels, nnmbeHog 4.7(W, which be defeated
and drove back, after several hours fightiog.
We lost forty one killed, wounded and
Lrrytao TtX f fie fttf C'2.
Bi: IT OUDAINKD by tbe Cora
moo CoaiM-tl of tb rite of Terrs HiuU, tbsl
tha amooDt and rata of tat to l-s liH on all proper
ty saM-xrt ta ttaw saxi Coaai- uiiUti, wtutlu ta
rlty ef Terr Haate, f"V tbe years, n. laers, ball
l-s, abd lbs sum Is lersbyflied st forty -Ere rer.ti
for (- ral parpoac, oo t r-rj oj tiiit.dre-4 dnllara
valaaUoa of real and personal property, aat a
tat of t fly renta vu etery abit atl inbtttiar.t
sane and tt a pauper, af tbs S sf Iwi rtf-.one ard
ot oer frty years.
AdHXe4 aa 17, a. a. 1J.
Attest: J. F- 'iiu s, Clett.
A Card to ths re,rc-sr. "
THE LOSU LOOKED FOR
UAinE3 ILLIII0I3 HARVESTER
j li;asi; c:all and i:xam-
1 In f-r jorels. Tbey will rut sa4 isfetj
a rrs, witb sasa,
IWICNrT ACRUPr Vf I1EAT I FR DAI ,
At a ssy af U at laast tr.aia of tha i)l
ar4 tabus i4 panie- It Sp in aay otber way
Warrati4 ta ersry prtt.-alar.
IKA iiROYFR, Ar-ftt
NOTICE to Ueti KitiK DeuVra.
I aae-a DweUt-MT sad tww- Jtsr-aaa b?Var Vy
atew-ae. eacaieet places u eH fwaa, a lira 1 wtfl
trade foe fperty ta et aar Tt II a ata, 4 pay a
CZttzx ta taU. Ayte
Caal EUt-Ue Afaai.
rÄlSTKRSTOOK TO YOUR INTEREbf
Hainca Illinois Harvester.
rPhe Ajefit of this ; celebrated mi
X chine tatUpler f o.Tt rlnf-totbr Ur-r'ai
rtamailtj-a jx-rf ct insrLiif, LUhU biHlwt.Üfl
1 UN't Harrttin- Mat -fclsir In wrW.
' . . a .S.V ' I Lit Ix-ell tiiu oar -f lb
irc bue4 ilarvraur Ir tue li Ur var.
sjUI am sow ell tleJ l.h It, that I woull nU
laks s-wo l L. IX 1 c.Hi5l uuX oltaia another cf lie
iime k I :-. inut tf ex-M-ri-io), that tUr-ist
Uur a aaviitxU f l.Jinr r- la 'La way cf vu
riuf wt-cal.trtlAtcot au! put cp ly the cxt
tptKuvvJ ft-4pr. In f-tct 1 Kl au Wft tmr- ,t.
rrap-r. Ia f-vct 1 woul4 kut let j rjaia l-s
cut id ar.y o(her way. If H r cf!rrd t lc pl in
lb bt free vf i--.
:r ltr,i Jlutf, M tg S-fA, 1.
I enJtfTf IU at-i-r.
F. W. MlLUtJAN.
Out year 0 rurchatcJ one tf ;L hliuols Har
vesters, aoj wual ttot dipea with the ue of it
tor ao prto. V tau-, Cta-crfuil- uJutm a;ltt
Ur. altUifaa ha saiJ a)vs, aWkt ttU mode .f
cartafgram. JOS JU' CK.
JOUN KAN KIN.
I not om j endorse an tLat Mr. ? liian ; l-mt
k'.s Illiow llarvastcr, but wiU friar Ut I
ws-alJ ix4i.ii ll.OCv fwr nay tuacLlbv If I uij n.-i
procure ot lbs sarae . t.
Ws have tte ! na of Ililne' It'ti.wia !arrters
durlDA' IK last two -aikca with eitfre stifacti.m,
and woul 1 i to vur LrvUtr far&.rs that t wcuiJ
oottak $iOO fur I La oo ae Lavs, If ao CvrH r-t
procure aaotliercf tha aam LlnJ. and wa ti4.rv
all Uat AJr. 3fi-l(aasajsaboBt tt! not tfhanst-
In. Titos, t. coornk.
OtUr 0k Ti-wtaLip, Vljo Cg, Ind.
Mr. tiaevaa 5ia: I Lara sd ot cf Iialbs' Il
linois It arresters iT tb laat twe years, l.J bars
4 var loa binia ef tk moat appro-xl rr.jx-r, of
otLar pattrras, and find ty cl" calculate u tLal 1
can aae about two-ttlr!s of tbe cirbs- fcy uii.r
ULa Illinois Harvester. I wo 11 not iak ll.Ux) f
tLe os I Lav If I coulJ not rro.-nrt another of the
It fit bot coat ru Kurs than U ttn it aer t
harvest rar hat Iba nail two years, tailn- lau
C'tfialdfraUuB IU moJe cf sowtt g an-1 rU,g tf ths
--rata. JACOB HKOWN.
The abov uao d jetuieiusn ar all rriaata ia
our avldt all lut u ar wiihia ov Lsar'a rid of
Terr Kant-ao4 wcid wlliir.! flva any iufor
soaUoa aa to tha asa simI tiU) 4 Utls liar vaster,
that may be asked.
Ia a-lL Uon te tha abovs aarrwa Bsrvsur t bar a
rood Ce-sbine-a Itaaoer a ad Mowr Ikaed't) that I
will wsrrasttoao guod work, aad wbkh I will sell
ft 9100 oa twelr uvulu tirus. ar eatLabca for
Grain or good koraas.
I amauo sub-Agent for ! llr eUtrat4 Bu k
Ky Combine! lUapers and afuwers, said to V the
beatlnuss. I It A iltOVKIt.
Acer.t for 'Ir arid sarruundtn coouttes.
ftrrieakf coll aod ol-Uin a parrrhUt and rum-
In lis Machine,
.J, Kat Sil rutlic Fquire, Terr Haut.
IIUi: AN' I) INLAND POLICIES
Issued ia the .tltna Inurauce ton)pany of
FIRE ANU INLAND POLICIES tautd
ta tb Fir and Marius Corn pany, SprlrjcRrld. Vs-t.
FIRE POLICIES IssuM ia the Fire In
nranre Company cf Hartford, C.jti -n -jt.
Laab A sets. .f 0,000.
INSURANCE In tbesbvTst-ll sud u'l-i UCM.
nleg rsn b prorured at reasonable ratet, on st sli
est Ion te
HÄHER k VcKKKX, Arr.!i
Iii fr I n ii ii r mice.
Applications for policie in lbo?nix Mutual
loauranca Cuiapaay of Hartfurd, Con-ct icut.
a- . a. a . .
a- eääA f e star a
i. II. H AC r. 2, Asett
Dr. Jaea A.Woop, Medical Eian.lr er.
SEEjIZ S.J CO VES
Kstralita. auü i;Jtrs at V, tb, tl2. fl5
la new bape-f ,M. f .V M. 7.M. J aud 10.
Laco Mantloo tt Pointe,
From a bankrupt Impori-r's sale f2,3, 4, I, , to
Grenadine Sh;tN, Spun Silk shal.
Rai eg t SIuhN and other choice stt Ic fur
MEW LOT SMALL CHECK SILKS!
Hrowa and Wtite, Blue and H LIU, TurpW At. Withe
black and VShiti", (ireen snd White. 1. iL ardor
Vrt I'atteru, at -fV, 7, IKK- and i ir ytrd.
Rlack, White and Drab Crepe Maretz I
Tu J jrd - id.-, f..r Uatitlet and Maala.
W'orsttd (htnliti, ()rftntlu$, Jfltt$l
And other tyli k tU'u ! r- t;-1 Jut re-re!--d.
ImTueu"e Stock Plu A Chc-jM (Jrey (ivud(
Tot Street aud TrTe!o- Sun. 7. S, 1ft. U , At lx.
Sim Uubrcllas, P.irti..o1,
Carria' Shadc.-s, 'latest sUlc."'
Ladies and Mi.-es I.on bvit I tt,
1-arff Ann.? iinri.t ;or t J,M j- r pair.
Indies' Ll.-lo Thread !Iu-e, Ojnaoik Hu,
Hurler Knglih Hoe, A 'ex andre Kid.
trimniriig Ribbons. Helling. I-are
Ilandkerrbicf, Katü, (jilt.
i?teel anJ Siltcr Ibittons
etc., etc., etc ,
.rt.eay fAr A'rir (!oot!$ Htfnrf-l 'eiy i
Opposite Rarr's 1 rtix Stoic.
7Vrre wre V A'icAmoai A'airpad (I.
StcatTAtv ' Orru a,
Terrt Haute, June '23, l!fJ.
rPHE HOARD OF DIRECTORS
-L have tkts day d-xlared a JlxldeDd of fire er
at eu tbe eapttU urk far tb vli rtvtk ei.d;ne
Vay 31st, te tha at- khol.ler rr entered en tha H x ka
of thaC-wnpany at tkatdata. V etlern St-rkh. !d rt
will be atd tketr dirtdeud at lb .ff..- f tt Tre.
arsr of tt.s Ci'trpny (a Terr Hatu-. ei snd after
July l.t. CIIA. latum,
(Jv.urual C-jy J
MiSikTis," root ailTii
OpB lit rr.rLi.f,
AN KI.KtJANT U)T OK
s i Ij k s f v i r ; .v ,
$7.;t0, 1), !$IO.iii(l sirj.
Owood sad managed ty tka Amerlraa EspevaaOi.,
riitiHjsir.-iv vuk Arn uoai osi,
v T tfc Wt ird kttk tl t,
las Rseelal f'araen Ussslcr-ant I'ac
TIMK KECKIPTS (ilVKN.
TW Ww r-aU.a tuewar Gouda at a saors i
pediUtrtia rst tLsn :.y tiae niunifiK Wet,sir
U rrra'ar Kipreaa Lw-oaary. Fard!ag lu'.la,
rvrt Ika oattra rifroa Mw Trk at4 krt
garaot-ig Ursa, will ) gift)
Mark all paks--s JleTttaru' lpsf. h," avl
deliver at lä- lpc-t. fj4 U Karc'.ty U, . f., and
Western It. O. Ca K-ta, M a mi a.
atamaiada-w Ti k5r R A f Krrx.
a. ti. cow i.e-tvar,
COJIIW k lUlOTIILK.
HAVI!(.1rai.U,-xaaa tWOui lUa. for
aet!y know as Ut"pA?RF.K MIXKÄ." ...
and tkrr?arte cJWs west t4 tka rtty. are bw
S-pae-4 t fW-..a ta eJ'ista 4 Tarra-U acta aod
suiy, wti a rood articia r e(i.wrTrMd 4Mj .
tearaa te salt tka peri loa Urua. '
. waaeaalae Aetalo-f U,a MiJad. aWaail aad
ACT Or- len at tka Tbjo Ceawty Srakw re si Ue
ara4 Upot, wti U 1U4 m x mttMt
Sätv-a a trial ---..
00 TO NICOLOT-S
ino JSjrt Gallcr
199 U TT ET.
Ts lav yoir rictare Ule In all the ario .t-'.
kit am u lbs ai t "
On PECT0I1AL TfiOCHES.
an,nr.'AmsTO o ra cgpns
AteTK-a. Aa tae Lot aaoa U apprwacbina:. v-i
per -vil iboClJ prepare thrr J stem fv-r the tta:.j
aud tLrr U votrteeJj o apjdxall- as "iltlt:',
SUectLetilrg CrrCil nd htx4 rarlSer. It wui
purl iL tlwoJ t!.w.röSLly, ar.i at tbe rtt.e tu.
treckt- n and I-v-rata tba wbtle orratJta:..
11 txra-as cnacrMy vf tt that I t'AA J-ilj, t
provf euocb cf fts rrft vL-ir la il. rca.U re
auovuif a!I Irrpur natu rs from lb- IL.kx1. w sy
to all, try IL It U if 1 riotii to t.Ve.
HKUUSOLD KXHiACT Bt CAlU,
llltLKIlüUi'S LITlLVtT 1.1C111',
IHK UtwKAT ucnr.TU.
UkUU-UUrs Kir.tACT VLCair,
HkiJirOIü' klTKACT Wl-fllf,
IHK UkE KT I irp.rrH .
Ai! aTvlUve auJ !;e-'tcV.emej forlKeatf n a
A.&J all Dtaeaaes of tka friuarj Uri;u.a.
5-a Adrrruarmet.t la atwtler evlnco. Ct
aod sand for lh kl edlrto st or.re.
EKtf aiie er cuLTrrrrvrnn.
ST 5uamoss or -rcealoc armiem ar tu
curse, the bllt, tka potat rH of nsat.klnd. Ti y
are rile and f ltay aa wsll aa .'-al. TVy an, f k?
cocu-uloatloh a&d taptir'ty of tl :!, at,1 an-1-ka
s-sa all arnud aa everywhere. Oo quarter l
all wa hievt are taloud witk Ifeetn, and cue ctisru r
cf these fit of Uieai; file fovl!L! too, b-x ss t3
cara-ia. Aisa'a Asaaaraauxa cUauaes or; i'.
arroroloa eorrcpUoa rVoaa tkt lood, readra it prrr
aud ksaliLy, a&d aSectaall aptirpataa Ü.e !.!
eontatttaaUon froa tka sTsuca. UUrMtiu.
ander jeer fWroruloaa d'.aordars, sli.rw tnetrrae'-ti
bis Atta baa provided lis nasterl rorcM nation .4
cursUTe Tirt ass that ka calls Daaaaraaua. ITVui.
liÄASDÜkTirs IlLL8.-rer tk realoraU xi
k( silk ef ihose wlo bar ben strhksn hy aix-t.l4
or paraly.Is they are tb only reliable b edible-,
all aff.-etioiii vtllt lours, ckesl ard Wae'.s tii
froa.pt baa sarea Lfa a ad qalckly cuie. Pcet.u.
&la, pleartey, caeWe, wtrtd, spaama, woriua ckl. .
raorbui, dJarrLoea, dysretsry, wk. tier frm roalstia
aaUoganrlj-a frulu or olaor (aalu tad!. jlelJ
tb--lr IrJJoewe. Aslktua, goi.!, iLearaaUstue, II
affections, ruptures, tufiamuiatlona vt siy o'j
laws, afcetter aver other specific feerre; biU,,
disrasea, Jaundie, It. Vltas'a daw e, waalJpoi, m ti
lt, erotj-, aryilprlaa, white swelllnf-, l, tb.t4
vfevea thirty years eauUaaaare arid aeia:
tlcrnof Iks hrer, kav all bru tuieJ ia.ansi.lt,
bjtkaaecelrbrsV I Vi;t tatde Uidwrssl TUU. U
femala complaints and berroas diass tLey La.
Ifn e-qniL'y souaafwt. (Vl-a are-LI . U-a
firataad sreoud -r)wd). Ksllr LT. AT ist ae
p'rtts, frightful der sins, all id-etrvctt.M.j .r d relaa
aUoua ar t tira tureJ, d;jrwd aad cr t-d
mc 2& CvtiU per bS.
IWfi by J. R. Ciirtauaat, Terre Haute, a&J ty
raswacUUle daalora la tai.cla. (J-uddala
Pcaiiom, Bounty Honey. Bounty
DS. DAKALDSON, Noury Pul-
Lc. Culle-rter,na!aa Aeent, kc., , -..
its services te Ik pubUc, -iaily to thoe L
hare bn coauected wttk tha Hilary serkt( lUr
L' ul tad tatea, aod who may bare any claim ey.kii.-t
Ua (ln-vl OoTerniaetil. Ma wUl arrati--, Tort tri
'",1 saoeaafully prownt- til v-jjd clainss, at reatw,
able t barra, aad aa rapidly aa the I o!i-s esn lo
lipatchd bofora tes proper efficea at Washlngti
Uauig T Tcaaa sipor.enra aad prat tl f Lerelr.,
aud tha aid of aaald vCcer of tua SVneral Uuwtu
niej.t under I'raaldsnt lil !"- Adu.ii.ltrat..ti.
cOii. .t rU in luii . hx-m'uI wt l K all l,(a ,Uim
aLetbtrfr'J-.N.M05 WL'XTV MONKV er l.iXu
IIAU-'-rAT r-KSSION -Tka Wida., ur it
W Idows, the Children under Slate & yars or ssr, .
ofl!ra ai.d a.ddiera of tLa preaer.t ,r ary prtl!u.
ar, a ho hav diador l-u kill- while in tLe e i
rife. ar enUtled to Half-par I'mai.H.a.
UJrAUD rSXMO.Xs.-All officers aiiJS.Idl.t,
ho are dWatlrd ty
rraxir uuida rm Ir. d w
ill In iL aarvire atiJ in iL
lua of duty as a soldier, at any period, are
to Invalid t'eiialoua.
LM WAUKAXTS -All who aerrdUds)a
any of tka nuIhi f tLa L imed Mu-, ur was ,i.r
In tattle, are etililhd to laO rri cf iid. la ta.
of death, tka Id. w and klitjur i-e et.Hl.-d
HOL.MV aiONkY. TtabHr. i ,,,)ir Lc
bars votuuWred darlug tt prewt.t wsr f r U.i.
years or dartnf the war, sbd Lava duue r Uh k'l.el
wU.lj In Uie ot rvtt. r aiil.tled hl)itLrin
--aaa kuaut att-urr, eu-d au.L irrnr, m xitr "-.
Jrri ps; s insy baie rjJ to tie Oile if Li
.'ockarr- mai wlitiaola 4a.ta ia aoevr-r,,.) .
Uediaal MorlfarsaeutJ, aj.d MaLks tir
ui' ! .
ta-m i'rMrtpi arrac.-frd od coi:-lrJ
and ru hacre pr"nj 11 refcltle-J.
tlKlCK at the J1 corner a.atif.
'bS-' ry Publ.., i..
RIVE bad remove-d Iiih flro-
. t-ry t Trovlsioe f-t.jrs t,, Tt9. a, lLorrov
flow. Wal h trot. t.stt dour to rT. K. llik
UissUMk Is cannier .ly u-rea-d by rw w
chaaes from Ik t'tet Cinrinuatl VL ,Ws! li--,-t
aa. 1 lit customs-s will Cud st t..a Ne a.i. l.r.'. l. .
lha aaaat aaaurtnrt at trovtain i I biwinn
tie folb -vl-.g artkl ':
SAL DIN P.S.
HUILE D OLIVl,
KKI'M I H .ATI' r. I. V..,
KUHN CH Ml'STAKI) by the p.l.'i,
Alaa Farias, ftgo, fV't Teas, !', a.l Hartry, A
t'l thaas (ioodt cheaper tbsn tt ai.y r p!a. .
m1a dallverd at hr fy Kipr. .cn
DEPOT of Adam Stiffep CtleLta
td Tore Cider Vinegar, wioUulr and ra'a'l,
I li. bi v r
karr a IZAlu
OH. RIVE'S CaUwbii Wine u tht
1 ptirejauain Jrakw uf tkatiiaa-a, aad ta ft. I
aad healttM-at kevarse tr all.
rVr sal ij the keg, gs'.Iao or U-Ule, at
LL kindi of Liquors, Koreihfn nJ
1 V IucaeatK, Tvrur, Ala, d.e., at
COOTS AND SHOES.
It A DDI cV CHIO.
Vo. II, aUfiui Street,
I saater tsse satleaal ttlck,
TERRE HAUTE, ISO
HA VE ) CHT RECK I V ED FROM
tk K.t larc aad apt t,d.l as.Htaar
t . - v
) thetr ew mao((air, to wtLh they a. .t rt-'.;"-'r
nMm ttv si' 1"" ff ( --. W
aist prepare! - -.!lwi! U.-avi. ttiKjrr.H t---ever
t-for-. C.-me .a, ea alt, aud eiamli. f
Perwas w 'thing to ttystWtoIaW a . 11 lrd It t5
Heir atraMags to ca.lot ai, as wt alll Mil l a
lwat T atr& TriC.
ai tt. wain u-, lad
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A- Card rvUaila a eow aaafdy 'set fares v-ad at