Letter front Lebanon, Xy.
JOHN M. HAW
O)KK'3 RBQilENT FULL OrU- -
.uthern Papers. General Baell.
The Washington correspondent of the
Notice to Owners of Property.
qradi.no and pavin'J or bide-walk-
A. B. SEMPLE & SONS,
t from thr Coa6t. The New New York Times gives the following inter-estin- g
The owners of lota and parts of lots de
GENKRALJ.T.BOYL AT LKBAMstf.
.ns Crescent of the 7th has the follow- particulars in reference to General
signated below are hereby informed that an (Corner Main and Mth Streets.)
Lib.ahcn, Ia. 15 ' ing:
There was intelligence received yesterday Buell. the new commander of this depart
ordinance hai beea passed by the General
Council, approved and published, requiring
Street, east side, between are at Lcbano
Editort Democrat $
n 0' "
mi of twenty-fou- r hail of Hessian vessels
being in Ship Island harbor on Tuesday.
ment, who reached our city yesterday :
But I shall not attempt to Eketch here the
the grading and paving of the k
front of their respective lotp; and if they
ARMY GOODS! ARMY GOODS!
Offlco-- 79 Third .
to nave the same properly done within Handled Axes; Handled Picks; Shovels and Cpades; TVryin? Pans;
Market and Jefferson, inland y6fi - This number was counted through a good military career of Gen. Buell. That will laii
lM m08t flouri9hiDg be found in the history of the army. I will thirty days from the date hereof, tbe work utiui;i umvcsj vuit? bomoi;
Breast. Stay, ani Coil ihams; I'tatlorm iiita,Counter
teleecop from the look-o- ut at Mississippi , Trace creicner,
November i. hajj tea- - Kentockv. The weather City. Flats and scows appeared to be merely add that he belongs to the Adju ant- - will be done under a contract at the expense
t A 1 CRPAY MORMNO- - and
- delightful. Camp life is a new engaged in transporting materials from the General's Department, and his entire expe of lot owners, ns provided for in the 3d Scales; B'acftsmtths' and CaipcateTs Tocis;
ig to us, but thus far pleasant enough. veescls to the shore near the light house on rience in the army has been got neor the section of the 7th article of ths City Char rarricrs' Knives. Hammers, Tiacers and
Colonel John M. Harlan's regiment is full
the island. This is supposed to be the persons of the best Generals of the country, ter. All drains from lots or houses to be Buttresses.
DKl'ABTUUbM)F TII advaooe of the great fleet intended for the whose confidence and respect ne never conveyed under the side.walks in iron pipes
- in S. organized. Col. Anderson's company has Gulf. It is reasonable to puppose that
something like a simultaneous attack is
failed to win by his ability and untiring
devotion to the servioe. As the Adjutant
in accordance with the ordinance regulating
the same. Regulation Swords, Bdts, S?shes; Colt's Pistols; G.
wulo,uj..- g AND CHI- - jolnei Ilarlan'e, which makes ten full com
intended at three or more points. This can of Gen. Persifcr F. Smith, in the years of Sail work, when executed, to be received uaps; tiiwia Knives, sc., Sic., &c.
D. and Colt's
OAD. panies. The companies will bo fully unu
Ci sr,d efbrr Moudsv. At'' .ant IX, passenger ttalns w
Albany r K 1 easily be carried out, when it is taken into the latter's debility and final bickneps, Gen. by the City Eagineer, and if not done in
leave New formed and armed touday or to morrow. Buell labored uider all Ilia responsibilities every respect in accordance with specifica- Ta CC2
consideration that there are between two 'SJT--
hundred and soventy.fi ve and three huadred of one of the first officers of the army, and tions regulating side walk paving, to be
ChlraW Ex- - MU ALBAN I. The tfficers are John M. Harlan, Colonel;
..ess (dally except Sundays).
Ft. lA"' Night Express (duty)
8:10 A. M,
Wm. II. Hays, Lieut. Colonel ; G. C. Whar-ton- , vessels, including vessels of war, steamers was found equal to every duty that devolved repaired at the expense of the property owners.
To recurb and repave the unfinished por
uiLLnj nixnuw AtiL, in UttLAl VAHILi l!
7.4$ P. and transports, composing the supposed upon him.
Major; W.J. Liele, Adjutant; James
St. IO IS D
ARRIVB AT NEW A LB ANT.
r'"" . ,, . 4:30 A. M.
ft li A. M.
M. Davenport, Sergeant Major; Dr. Will
great armada. Leaving forty-tw- o
at Tort Royal, they can come to New Or-
vessels For coolness in danger and readiness in
emergencies. General Buell, perhaps, never
tion of the side walk on the south side of
Green, street, from the east line of W. P
Hahn's lot, west to Floyd street:
iETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
leans, Mobile, and Pensacola with two hun- bad a superior. 1 will relate an instance of
7M P. M. D. Atkisson, Surgeon ; Dr. Thomas Knott,
7 Ju r. m.
Assistant Surgeon ; Samuel Matlaok, Quar dred and fifty. In the meantime our theexhibition of these tiaits that came within James C. Johnston, Sr OP HARTFORD. CONN.
termaster ; Geo. W. Moore, Commissary authorities are preparing, and we can only my own knowledge. Some years ago a steam Mary (CHARTERED IN 1319.)
FKOM JEFPERS-O- V1LLJC. Sergeant ; Bigelow, Quartermaster say to the Hessians, come on. paoket,the Kate Kearney, exploded nerboiler J Amos C JohInsunTy;:::::::::::: 133
just as she was leaving the levee at the city William Johnston Paid ! 42 Year a. r
Cincinnati and Extern Exp" 1:30 P. Sergeant; F. Schad, Sutler. Tub Blockade and its Efficiency. The W. P. Hahn
Lan.es3 I'aiU la L.sBi.illr. KM s SI'tMiKPtltt O.I
Connection Tratu (at Heyui.ur with O. and M. Captains Henry G. Davidson, John T. Crescent also makes the following state-men-
u ofS'. L:uts. General Udell was on board, as 32 feet.
t npilal aad fearala.
Kallroad) Kast and West f 20 P. well as a large number of other passengers, J. M. Dblph, Mayor.
Milburn, Edward Hiipp, Geore W. Riley, Mayer's Office, Nov. 5, 18G1. JANDAKY 1, 1SCI.
LOUISVILLE ANdTeXINQTON R. R Seth P. Deerili, Franklin S. Hill, Wm. It The heretofore magio word, cotton, is many of them prominent citizens of Sr. nO dlO
Paswtcer Train No. I ,,, - SUA.
pcaroely lisped now a days on the flags.
' Louis. The boat was tern to atoms, the B Stones In New Yo--
Hunter. Buford R. Tendleton. Richard fsgr Remember the drunkard, that child UartfWM Bo. tor.. St. hnr Is, PhlU.Mph's. sn I other p?
ice.. St.nrj.rs vi
I'sissenier Train No. J ......... ...............
Accommodation Train ...
2 00 P.
4:10 P. Citash and Wm Twcdile. Some parties would be operators hope
upper deck, crowded with people, thrown Initio S"ta res Stock ajdtati
Stocks; N. Yort. ohl. Keum-ky.Tci.-
(tTTSTurS: Msrtiur.t, KrH hesler. BrooalTtt. Jett vUly. .New y,.rk . MimmmiiL Mi. hi ;.u. I11.IU114... ,..;.
high in air, and desoandiog upon the hull a of sorrow and degradation; he is Bick, and I J. In : '.
that the blockade may be broken or raised,
The material is exoelleat and the men are iiAii.Kiu ptwii; tiAriioni ac.i uvei, B aui Won ester. I uuu. k . u
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. R confused mass of fchirered timbers and dead deserves your pity; his nervous system is MiiKNtna BoNDa- -
Ieb4Tion Train (Pundava excepted). 7:00 A. being drilled constantly. They are enthu- but hoping will not effect it. It is manifest KL Ktts,
l ulncuiuhere.U IU
Bard-tow- and KliiabethUiwn (Sundays ex-
siasts all devoting their lives to the coun- that Great Britain will adhere to the position and wounded people. General Buell was diseased, and his mtud is not strorg enough nilteeiiaiieoua Item-- . W.'l S7
one of the number thrown up, being dis- Ci-i- on baud aiitl deposit! uu rail, aud In Ageuts' ban U
the assumed months ago a strict neutrality.
cepted). 4:00 P.M.
try, and are eager to go forward at once. to overcome it. Remember the drunkard's
that There has been much talk and a great many tinctly recognized in the ascent and descent;
Closing and Arrival of the Mails at rebels were at has reached us on Tuesday Information (Xt
Tompkinsville comments on what has been termed running but although engulfed in the wreck of the family, his amiable wife, his interesting
the Louisville Postoffice. Reports and they will shattered boat, ne quickly emerged, and children; soon will their father squander
Fasiern, Western, and Jorthern closes at
night, supposed to be on their way to Col-
a, and umbia, in Adair county.
prove to be simple reports say that 51 G stunned, bruised and bleeding as he was, his property, if he has any, and leave them
Claims, anadjusttU anil not du.. r;
arrive at Gen. Hamilton Pope, of your city, was vessels have run the blockade since the ICth seized a fire bucket aud addressed himself
So.uhni Kentucky, via L. tK.lt.lt. (small offices to the extinguishment of the flames that in beggery; Boon he must die and leave As Acent Af the above well known. Ion t stablWie.l, and rHtMr..mitnv. I tve s'tenti n
done at 9:tn r. tne pre ious evening), closes at HM a. the mustering officer at Lebaaon.
of Msy last. This is a very wild estimate, Loiii.vllleaiid vtcli.l.y to theatre sUte.ne. totMs eU
rtl..l o. o.t.er 1 .s it'.t....s
M . and srrlves at 5:J P.M. had begun to break out from the wreck, as them orphans, unless he is reclaimed. Then
Milb.at l tiiicii.uatl, Ohio, closes at 9:00a. M, and Co'. Curran rope s forces are elill at Hew even if it is supported by returns er state-
arrives at 6.0U AM. Haven. He has seven full companies and ments in the departments at Richmond. The calmly as if he had not been a victim of the save him if you cm. Try the effect cf TOrMCIi-N- o. 4l North side of Mala droit, second story of Wholesale Drr, Store of Wi'son A Co
K.IL closes at li no at night and 1:00 P. M, and catastrophe. By Lis own exertions in the
arrives at a. .and 6 3u P. some skeleton companies forming. blockade was enforced off the mouths of Us ban's Inebbiatb Hc pk It has reclaim. WIVI. rrvATnCA, A?ent.
Mi. Iby vllle dores at 12 OU at night, and arrives at6:ttO CoL G rider a regiment is full and organ the Mississippi river on the 25'.h of My, midst of the appallirg nceue, and by his
coolness in organizing tho efforts of others, ed many iuebriates, and saved many fami
Lei.anon E. B.closes at 12.00 at night, and arrives at ized and ready for service.
tbudstow-- R. R. closes at 3O0 P. M , and arrives at 9:31
nl'bt, and arrives at 600 p.m.
closes at at
Bn?. Gen Jerry T. Boyle is here, assist
ing in the formation of his brigade. He is
full of energy and enthusiasm and is a tower
at which time there were forty sail of ves-
sels in this port outward bound, which were
permitted to go to sea. The blockade
commenced off Mobile and Pensacola
he succeeded in saving the wreck from fire,
and many of hid fellow sufferers from a
lies from want. You will find it at Ray
mond & Tyler's, 74 Fourth street. Trice
$1 50 per package, It will be eent by mail,
Henderson and Kiver leaves Monday, of strength to the Union cause in nentuoay.
Wednesday, and Friday, at l.ou p. m., and arrives at :0n The health of our soldiers is good ana
about the same time. Vessels were allowed
to leave these ports till the 8th of June.
But with the courage and endurance that
so distinguish him, Gen. Buell combines all postage free. nlG deod&weow OF
'Tylorsvine closes at a. M., and Arrives at they are well cared for by Col. Harlan, who So far as New Orleans is to be considered, the milder virtues that give charm and
geniality to character. He is as modest One of the most desirable business
and wel- the last arrivals via the Balize were on
"n routes when; the principal t malls close at 12:00 is ever watchful of &c . comfort
43t P M. their
t iita'ht, the close at :ou . M. fare. Yours. Rspobtsr. the 29:h of May last. There have been and geutle as he is brave and capable. houses in the city, on Main street, between
some arrivals and departures of schooners He is every inch a soldier, and iu every Seventh and Eighth, can be had at an al
Cottoh Mill Machinery. There is a from the bayous on the Gulf. There impulse a gentleman. He is stern and
Coit'b Pistols. Good Union men, who most nominal rent from W. A. Warner, on
the foot of Third street, into have been some coasting vessels on the inflexible in his justice, but able and gen
may be in need of Colt's pistols, can learn barge lying at
where they can be had at Tery
by making application at this office.
low prices, which workmen are busily engaged putting
dtf box after box of mill machinery for epini
coast of Carolina evading the blockade; but
all these will not count up 61G. 'On the
other hand, the Hessian steamer South
erous to a proverb. Being respectful and
faithful to his superior officers, and kind and
forbearing to his subordinates, he has never
Third, near Green street.
peculiarities of tho female constitution, and
AT COST FOR CASH.
S WE INTEND MAKING A CaAJ.UK IN OUR BUSINESS. WB WILL, FROM THIS DAT If, OFFER OCR
tho various trials to which the sex Is subj. cte.1, d.ruand
ning and weaving cotton. There will be a Carolina has captured seventeen schooners failed to win the confidence of the one aa occasional recourse to stimulant.-'- . It U Important, iV. entire stock ol Furniture at
A 'Word to Newspaper Readers. sufficiency of machinery to fill two barges in attempting to run the gaunlet between class and the devotion of the other. Gen.
The Daily Morning Democrat and Even- fully 100 tons which Capt. Pink Varble, New Orleans and Texas ports. . There have Buell was on duty in California when Gen.
however, that these shall leof a tunnUs nature, and
at the same time accomplish the desired end. Hostel
PRIME COST FOR CASH!
been only three or four vessels from McCUellan was transferred to the command ter's Celebrated Stomach Bitters Is the very article. Its Or in Exchange for Dry Qoods, Soots and Shoes, CTrocejies, or
ing News supply all the dispatches, local wilh his towboat Pink Varble, will tow Europe one the Bermuda that have suc- of the Army of the Potomac, one of whose effects In all cases of debility are almost ma.loaL It re-
at J general news. Those who wish to keep down the Ohio river to the mouth of the cessfully run the blockade. Some few first acts was to procure the recall of Gen. stores the tone of the digestive organs, luf.ise fiesh vi
Prodnce, in. Quantities to suit Purchasers.
West India traders have met with success Buell, and when returned he was placed at This U one of the Unrest end test assorted stocks o Furnltn-- e in teWE-T- ;
ar.d having an e
posted with the stirring events of the Cumberland, and then up that stream into tal' ty Into the whole system, and gives that cheerfulness years in manuiaeiuri. won is a uarante4as to lh
on the Carolina coast. It is misleading the heal of 12,000 men. He has labored to the temperament which Is the most valuable of femi- Call It"
r rei uia ton tor i
ou want a lire.lock to lct fr..ni, at .he ld sloud. ti Uirs and
l tor sae
times, should be supplied wilh both editions. the State of Tennessee to the point where on this corps with indefatigable leal from The proprietors foel (littered from Thlre. and J ttf Ihixd street, betweeu Main aad Mariet.
l tfon-- an 1
foreign Governments to make assertions of nine attractions.
The morning edition costs twenty-fiv- e (25) the machinery is to bg set up. This ma-
cenrs for every two weekB, and the evening chinery consists of some eighty cotton looms
this character, that the blockade is easily
avoided, when not a vessel has entered the
early dawn till late at night, and yesterday
his first review was had. It was declared
tie fact that many of th rr.ost prominent medical gen-
tlemen In the Cnlon have bestowed encumiums upon
the CUters, the virtues of which they have frequently
JOHuST M. STOKES & SOaST.
a splendid success for only thirty days of
edition fifteen (15) cents for two weeks. for the manufacture of common domestic.
This places a paper within the reach of all. It was manufactured in Patterson, It. J.,
port of New Orleans via the river for over
five months, and only one via the lakes
from a foreiirn rort. Great Britain and
training. The assiduous devotion of Gen
Buell to his work miy be judged by the
tested and acknowledged. There are numerous couotei-fel-
ottered for sale, all of wbkh are destitute of merit,
JOHET M. STOKES & SOH.
and positively Injurious to the system.
and has been in this city some three months
Tiis 8 ps day Democrat. We beg leave to
again remind advertisers of the superior
or more waiting a permit to ship. The
France rejogniz the closing of our ports,
whether it is effectual or ineffectual. It is,
fact, though his encampment is not over
four miles from his home, he has not slept
one night under his roof since he assumed
. Sold by DruRslsU and Dealers gf nerattv every
nulHd6 HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT
has arrived at last, and the ma- however, thought the steamer Nashville has
facilities of this issue of our paper. It is permit
chinery, valued at $50,000, will go forward
got out of the port of Charleston, and gone
somewhere. It is also evident that the
the command. We know that it is only by
such earnestness and labor that soldiers
Or the Nlcholasvllle (Jessamine county. Ky.) Demo-
read by all classes throughout the city and
country. Let those who would avail them,
selves of its columns hand in their favors
as eirly as convenient to-d-
about Monday or Tuesday. It is for the
"MeMinnville Manufacturing Company,"
at MeMinnville, Tenn., on the Cumberland
steamer Theodore, or Gordon, made a sue
cessfui trip from that port to Cuba and
The Ricler ( Miss. ) Advertiser, of
can be extemporized from newly enlisted
Now, a word or two of personal descrip
tion and domeslio narrative. Gen. Buell
crat, In his Issue of June 27, says:
"Dr. R. W. Boback's Krmcdles have bten freelv used
by many In our niUUt,whn unli:s1tutluitly coNueii'l
them as worthy of all conHitence in those dtsea.j lor
which they are reconimeiiiied by the skillful Itoctor.
who deserves praise ot the ailllcted for the freat bles-nir- s
river, about 105 miles east of Nashville. was born in the State of Ohio, and reared he has conferred npon Koclely in the discovery of
the 6th, gives it as a rumor that the Gover
XFor letter list eee fourth page. Capt. Pink will have a good job of going. nor of Mississippi is preparing the ground
work for a draft. The late call on Missis-
in the State of Indiana. He is forty-tw-
years of age, about fire feet eight inches
his valuable comiMiuii'ts. These Keniedie-- . are for s.ile
at Citot. T. W. UM's drug store, ku1 the atrl'cied la tills
locality are directed to his establishment for such sup.
pile as they may need."
ALL KLXVS OF GAMP GOODS,
Polick Proceedings A'ov. 15, 1SCI. To of County Union Clubs.
the Officers sippi for ten thousand troops is being high, of compact frame, and very deep chest.
indicating great vital power. He possesses
- Kor sale In Lonlsvllle by RAYMOND TYLER No. 229 IYZAIN ST., DDT. SECOND AND gnir.D,
Frederick Sick?, drunk and disorderly con-
duct; 5100 for six months; gave bail.
The Executive Committee of the Central
Union Club desire to open correspondence
responded to slowly. There are only five
companies rendezvoused at Grenada, and almost Herculean strength in his arms, and
can lift a weight at arm's length that would
A Co. bee advertleoi.ui
Two young men were out on a spree, and with the officers of the several county clubs they are not full LEA & PERKINS'
made a little too much noise; they waved an throughout the State of Kentucky, with a Southern Planters' Cosvention. The
Hon. Thomas J. Hudson, of Mississippi,
seem too mucti for one of twice his weight
and muscle. His hair is light and very thin CELEBRATED 01llccs, lYCess Chests and Elattresses,
examination, and gave bail in the sum of view to a more thorough organization, and President of the Southern Planters' Con-
on top, approaching baldness; his beard, of
the same hue, worn full and unshaven, is
AYOItCESTERSIIIUE SAUCE. Army Cots Four of the Best Patterns
5200 for f ix months.
Eliii lUnnon caoie in from her country
respectfully request that they be advised,
as $oon at practicable, of the names of the
vention, authorizes us to announce that he
has decided to call this body to convene at
beginning to be sprinkled with gray. His
eyes aie blue, aud firm yet gentle in their
PRONOUXCED BY 3
of a Letter from a
Gum and Woolen Army Blankets,
seat, and p,ve bail in $200 to be of good President and Secretary of each county Memphis on the ICth day of December.
Memphis Appeal, '.Uh.
expression, but terribly steady and un- CONNOISSEURS M DlCAl GKSTLKMi India Rubber Coats, Pants and Iieggins
behavior for six months. club. A prompt compliance with this re
quest will facilitate the action cf the
Memphis Market. The sales recorded
moved in the midst of excitement or danger,
His weight is perhaps one hundred and TO EE TUB
TO HIS BROTHEA
Camp Desks and Stools,
liU gir a foil f.inr or five
xiAeoutiTo Cuuiujliicc, anl enable them to
on the books were 380 bushels prime red
wheat at $11 10 ; 80 barrels country extra
sixty-uv- o pounds; his carriage erect, his
step measured, his air quiet and easy, and At Worcester. 4D A GREAT VAIIICTY OF OTHER 3III.IT1RV (.ODDS.
years of age strayed away from her home
accomplish the object sought at an early flour at $11 25 per barrel ; COO sacks salt at not calculated to provoke attention. In
"CHIT GOOD SAUCE)" a at iV
Mjv ISM. tttjplete thlujr PARTICULAR ATTENTION
INVlTK TO OUR OFFirER3
f.r the purpose yet iuvente.1.
SH'S CIIKT. RKIV) T Jfc M 'T Of--
It Ls very string an I com put, ait co r.t U os.
yesterday morning, and had not been found $1)50, and 500 packs oa private terms; 14 1852 Gen. Buell married Mrs. Mason, the Tell LKK A .i
Tin a id Hardware, and Table Cutlery aeceasary to set a table lor lour persons. 1 lea-- c .1 to I evmi
diy. Address all commuuications "Post- - tierces hams at 25i ; 1 1 barrels molasses at widow of Gen. Mason, of the United States
and applicaWe to that their s.! .
.s t.ls;lily e.--t' emet In
JOHN ."!. ?ioivi:s sol.
late laet evening. Her first name we do not
office box No. 107!, Louisville, Ky." 2:lo The Charleston railroad brought in Army, so well known tor his services in ii'ii.. aO'l is, i i uiy
n lmt the
know, but her mother's name is Hpgan, and EVERY VARIETY pinion, the
she lives on Main street, between Brook
nlG d3w 1,366 barrels flour. Memphis Appeal, 'dth. California at the time of tbe couuest of ii..iwi.-V..t..utm-
Fine Kentucky Jeans ! POT Heat, aaaj
that country from Mexico. He has no chil T.ir.nr mL!iIweii.in;.-.t- difkekks
and Fleyd. Any one knowing the child's tt&" Good news of great importance to Interesting from Japan A Revolution dren; but Mrs. Masou had two, the daugh
OK II1I. Sls'ihal U uiie HAVINfi RECONSTRUCTED par's oi the . ill r, ai low r- nls. l..r:e sb..p
our citizens, especially the mechanical and Apprehended. -- A Kanaeawa correspondent
ters of her former husband, and Gen. Buell
The above SAUCE !s not only the
aud most pnpu my Mill, and alded new macnia- -
ery for maxlng nne Ja
ou stre-- t. Apply on
er.- on J. er i. vt-.- i .
street, al . X;
whereabouts will comfort the afflicted known, but the most Economicd. as a few IBSVIUrfc!';'--
workiDg classes. Another of the N. Y. Tribune writes: "All the refine- lost apposite liie Kail'oa l 1
mother by letting; her know. has given to these children the adoption of dropsln Soup, GVary, or with fish, h jt and cold Joints KENTUCKY JEANS vlo l;t AI.FX l iTO.
received of ready-mad- fashionable cloth- e
ments of Japanese torture have failed toelioit his heart, and in their loveliness and affeo fierf Meal; Game, dr.. Impart an exquisite wli'.th
jfThere was a rumor in Cincinnati day ing, suitable to this season, gent's under-
from the cipture J parties, who attempted ti tion for him, has not been allowed to feel unjiriitciple.d fame lu&uiilucturers have In valu en- I
IWUHUISnUW beln worn so eA
tenslv ely In tbe .Uh ani ),
Fresh TJachwkc&t riour.
assassinate the household of the British min- himself childless. deavored to imi'al. a. -- i.t-v ? 1 ant low prepared to furnliii o
1SK- FREII P.l kWHF.A P
before yeaterdy, tiixt a rebel force of about wear, bats and caps, boots aud shoes, also ister, any coofei-hio- A paper, however, has tin the Btvak.tiit, Lvwhron, Pinntr or ffiirp-- r Tillf WJ lk r, st received and e r .. e
acrnet contniulinc "l.KE A 1'KitliINS' WOuCkS relit 1 will warrant It. J'Eht.U?'N .t PON.
2,000, from Eistern Kentucky, had reached gold and silver watcher, will be bold at been submitted to the examination of the From the New York Tribune. Mil ILK S AliCK" is in.lispei!S:ihle
British minister, said to have been found on New Mexico Major Lvnde's Surren To ai.i.r.ciate the fjwUnnt attiiti'S of this A ticioui Irt-- e from Crcasf? and made or Fare
the O'aio river near Gnyandotte, Va , and public auction this evenirg, at 7 o'clock, at the person of one of the fclain, the purport
prep:iMti u it Is only necessary to pur. ha-- a sma:l
Xalhrt wool. TO SnOOlVZ TVIAGSaS.
were on the way to take and burn the towns Edward I. Graumen & Co.V, 222 Fourth
der Great Suffering. buttle of the pen Mine, t' a respectable Kroner or dealer.
as man- - llnlrl and Ktstaurnnt proprietors seldom place A Rood supply of Nes;ro f i i C WFLf-SK-
J.wis aiid l.lnsey oa OlJyVJUXJ 1.JO Nl .. l IS
vOl 11 tLEH
of whioh was thU the writer could "no We are indebted to a friend for permis- - Urn fur petor! their quests, hut Mib.iitute a hDd. lapljdlrt'lpl 1 WICMAKt'WO s Usl i.ty r.r.in t.T i I;
longer bear to pee the empire polluted by the IO ! SeVllli .lie;
cf Gallipolis and Marietta, Ohio. Another street, between Main and Market. siou to print tho following interesting pri genuine IHtlt till, d with a u mixture. A do .i.. ..;'
Dissolntion ot Copartnership.
foreigner," and that though be was ''an hum- 'oa S.Ut bv Umcers and VmtriM every where. T VI . O l' at .1 M ti e;
report was that they had taken Ceredo, a It will be the interest of everybody who vato letter from a soldier who has been from our
Samuel tbe TompkinsJuly withdraw bntne--s since buu lies Cu; Tacks
ble person, yet possessing a bold heart," he fifteen years in the United States tervic, JOHN DUNCAN & SONS, d.
lirst day oi Tne Fr.r salo by
illage a few miles below Gnyandotte. desires to purchase any kind of goods to might "bestow benefit upon his country by Union Square and Fourteenth St , Sew York. that date has beeucoUiluoed by thereniainiix partners. ORKJN RAWSON. W'.o.lenwar sn t Br ..pi
aud who was serving under Major Lynde s. 17'ltf JtMU um L'i. o. It MS Main t.. ki Tlvri ani K.oirtli.
attend this sale, as the goods will be sold causing the foreijmer to retire;" concluding, when he surrendered to Col. Baylor, in com Sole Wholesale Apen'3 for the United States.
tSjj-T- hs liJics of the Third ward take on t'aii purpose I have ect out regir-iles- a'vrsvs In Store. Also orders received for noTicn.
great pleasure in returaicg thanks to some
positively without regard to aay prico.
of life." Here follows the oigaature of the
mand of the Texan forces in New Mexico.
dire. I shlpuien's troui Midland Administrator's Notice.
ADMINISTRATOR W Ii C lf."..S. t.- TTlK ;'TKrET,
writer and eleven others.
We make the following extraot from the
mure iff Cuuuttrj- - its and Imitations. JtH 'PIIK UNl'KKMiiNK".
A etat of rresley
l.ni-"ul.- -. Kv.ivt. il. -' i I
deceased, ren.ue.ts sd
RAiLit'tvlS AM ?:AMiMkT
of the loyal ladies of Shelby county for a Ministers and Consuls. It is a curious letter alluded to above : its. iis.t having cld jiv ccrtiil 'd,t'non elie..i ihe
lmsK iint s J laptiins wil p.ee s.t P.
tti.-'- e e.-- - I
Tbe Government is fully exonerated to pres-t- them, or be.ore of
box containing the following handsome fact that several of our newly appointed from any complicity in this affair; on the
"1 must tell you how sews of our meD WANTED. November. Isiil. Tho-- indebted will pie call aud airy reiuiefit, rbv ciinptnt- -. or parts oi
donation: 13 blankets, 30 pairs woolen Ministers and CoohuIs are either fanatics or suffered the 27ihof August. Thirst burned make settlement oi the same. bom any oi my .eerno i ill
uiei.l of tbe u in In r ! to ii,
i a'. ..r
ci.t-- h i r tne
-- r on n.
contrary, ii manifests its desire to give all AX IMPROVED fAKM.oN A tiis l Tl W. B. OLD '1 AM,
cockri, 2 pairs woolen drawers and 2 cottcn boobies, or both. The idea in sending these needed protection. The legations at Yeddo
them so that some cut their oheeks or hands
and drank their owu blood. O h. ra killed
mtailiiiiK about 201 ai.re.-i-, in Jetlerjun
oi mlJoiiiiui couuilei.
nol tilll jj. A nolnistrstor amount ol rh ir,'e . nh en on pre-- ., bvalloii al mv Hei- -
duartrrs, a il be promptly p.. d.
6'airlB, for the uss of the Kentucky soldierr. men away may be to lid the country of are protected by double stockades, and each the euff, ring dogs, and vainly sought to nolrtd3
WM A WARNEit,
Rfal Estate A.ent. I 7'i Third treet
CONfKNT 1HK t IBM OF W1IJN
oslidtf CI. nei f .i'i C. I. v..
is patroied and guarded by several hundred slake their burning thirst with the hot rlYMTTUAL :... W.S 1st Julv.
their pestilent presence and influence. If HECllilirS WANTED!
Mas. Ccrraii Pope, Moderator.
so, the result my be good, but it may also
men. The consulates at Kanagawa are
similarly protected by stockades, and fifty
of the animal:; and a great muy resorted IYXUXjBS 200
WISH M TO
to their own urine to quench the i birat that rrUIE (fCBSCRIRKIl (on UovermeuiI CRt llASE H 00 .taut uu.br tUv styl) of VAlL.-s.l-
M Carter retiring ftoru tne bi lne--
Thos. i. Uil on
and Arthnr Pe'er will contlii'ie the b.Mue-- s at the old
A pkTEK. They
Yesterday as the train on the Ohio guards to each. A. well I roke MULES con r.ici). Ills: .:,(I-I!I,- i:TTSUV
be productive of eviL Not Cassius M. Clay, was burning lhir toogites. Some became ban is hint), iu eood or ler, for wl.l. h he will pay tbe alone wilt a' teud to tbe settlement ot tne w ILStX. Tll K r. v 'rrSi-- n,,w in 'he it .'.i"ii Nev u
and Mississippi roil was coming thisway, The whole Japanese mind is troubled by deranged, and did not arrive in camp till b uliestmaiket price,rHl ferns rnvlnu tin uerat tue Uwll
casii lit sa e, can the tate Unu. Watt's lev . iii.i- -. Ti.meit t
Carl Schurz, nor ' Impending Crisis" Helper AHTIIUK fhTKrt. --
the fear (f imminent revolution in the the night of the 28'h. Yet there were House, or at Link's Stable, onlhiuts .street.
mid a hr iiiu' cat r
JNm M. C.Kl KR.
somewhere eait of Seymour, ttparks from jtid n ,S OA.
i- le.l. ..UltS w ttie . ...l;.a,i.
can do much harm m Europe and South Stite. A dynasty twice usurped in lets LoltMif . P. BKtRD InUvtlle. Oct. tt. have re. nrr Iti . e ot IU
the locomotive alighted in the Adams Ex- enough in the camp to have satisfied the competency, and reern.t-- . re wanted lo all the r i.'.k.
America. They might do a good deal if than three centuries has its powerful ene- Texans in the shooting business if they had COAL! COA1!! COAL!!! NEW EMBROIDERIES! Come sa.oii. to S.piire Stephen-.- ' ..nice. Th rd reel, I .
press car, and before discovered succeeded mies. Rumors have been life for weeks past tween Jetlersou and .
allowed to stay in the United States.
in kindling quite a fire, burning ssme goods
and damtgi&g others What amount of First Kentucky German .Regiment.
that the young Tycoon has solved the Gor-di-
knot of his troubles by committing
been permitted. Now, don't you oandidly TVTM. L. MURPHY KKI PS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
think that an officer of thirty-fou- r y eats' f V a lama supply ot tbe he.it Pittsburg and
Coal. Aiso, the "Hartford
service was criminal to reduce his command batter for steam or cootln purposes; used by many
City Coal," none
JUST RECEIVED AT TI1K
K- . ru.t.ii j h..--
euioida. Though this report, resting on
injury was done we di l not learn. This is the name of the regiment being popular rumor, cannot receive implicit
the city, who pronouuee It
to that 'extremity, and when he found they tamtlles Inaud superior to any other now pearly eqnaJ to
eould still fall in at the tap of the bass and fatally ..uriMMen. All 1 ak Is a fair trUl ot It, and I
in Dae rr ntea'ii CHEAP LACE STORE,
CoMTLiMrsT See in the Council pro.
raised at Camp Webster, near Newport, credence, yet there are causes quite suff-
icient to justify the royal mind in following
drum, to surrender 'to prevent the unneoei-sar- y retail at ttielowefteve natisfw-tlbn-
warrant it will
froU wboieAle and 300 FOURTH STKKET.
T TAYIMJ JUST KIClURNED FROM NkW YOUK
under CoL Artzman; and an agreement has effusion of blood!' What are we sol- 459omce, east kle Third su. Bear Main. II
wita a beautnul stoik of Ivnitr.d lenes and La.es.
ceeding?, on our first page this morning,
the compliment pai l by the Common Coun-
been made with the German organization at
Louisville, under Major Uailmin, to con-
a time honored precedent. Ascending the
throne at the age of fifteen, the young
monarch finds himself at the head of a
diers for? Bah!" !i y lS.lt f
Tiis Importance orrni East Tenkessee rpAX PAYEK3 TO HEREBY KcTIVlD 1HAT TAX
I ctler tberu at uuuual lo pii- s br cask. Llies are
invited to call soon and t;et
0UA3. X. KAUCUtrusa Cbao Lace ?tore,
3iat Fourth street.
, x "
i O 'V
cil cf which he was lately a very efficient ARK
tOR SALE VERY Iai.V" BY C DUFFIKLD CO.
solidate with it, which will make seven troubled Empire, which threatens any day Railroad as Appreciated by the South- A. the Collectors will, on tbe 1st el I ceiuth-- r (in Miue K. TAYLOR CRt.NK.
member to Lieut. Col W. P. Campbell, of to break out in a violent, explosion. ern Papers. Tho Richmond Examiner, a casrs sooner),. wblch, to hen soil, raliln tsell fEHSO.N AL
beslu levy npou and
S. L. LEE. GO10.Ui! Jiih str."et. bet. M till ai.d w iter.
companies and three in process of forma-
the 7ih Kentucky regiment. He deserves
tion. The'regiment already contains some Mrs. Eaton. Of this lady, who broke up
few days sg, urged in the strongest terms, and that we are now preparing Msts of real etato tr
tho reinforcement of Zollicoffer. The
sale. Tne trtni;ency of tbe law coir. pels us t? tl -
course. aiid tt om- - who wl-- h to rave llulr prvpeity had flMIE r.L'SINE.'SS en HERETO FORK CONfUCTtD BY
i!nni...d T-- i .. v..t;....i.
of tbe most experienced soldiers, and, when Gen. Jackson's cabinet, and set all Washing, said : bcl ler call Immediately and settle. L auiiie L. Lee. the eoath side ol Maiu, between tiuili. I idM ...'111
Office Corer !i.xth ait I Jeilersnn streets, np suits. l.Uhth and Ninth streets, is bereailer to be uu.ler the 'PUE UAH HI'INKI) A
t&m We Lave procure! the eervides of completed, will be one of the best in the ton diplomacy of those days by the ears, the The breaking tip of thjt line of railroad com Ctttc hours from ti to ui'j o'c oek a. m. ualue and stv le ol Lee. A Ci ane. A STOrvKalNo. t K.mrttt street, . n ti e
Washington correspondent of the Chicago munication to the West and South is not to le K P. '1 II I V TON, City Col W. D. 1 Ell A CRANK. aud JertVrn streets, here be m ... toemri.
Mr. A. Sheffield on the route between State. T.T SlMlMK'ta.Oity'lo'. V. IV buiitesa htt Ihe rale oi ll Mf. 10jT!'KK.
Journal says : permitted or hazarded for an instant. Per una who icrward be ..s.tirej
Second and Preston streets and the river V. McPIlKtusoN, M R. Ool. W. D. lUvinz this day sol I one half of the entire st rk of quick sales aiv.1 prompt nreturns Mnniii.viiHi ui
Coal for Sale We call the attention The Richmond Dispatch says: B16J3 U. T. MAY. K.K.Col. K. l. fro. Us, c iu the above bu.siaess to a. layt r oan,
oat. If any of our patrons fail to receive of our citizens to the cat d of William L. That laly is now residing in the city, The Government cannot afford to permit the J. U. KM MIT... lorin rlr salesman of Brown. Rio. A Co.. bis Tne -
and are of le.sl bran. Is of oV.- AtKKS l are receive I 'v.a
having recently married an Italian dancing ..W. T. LkWIS my old patrons are solicited to call and examine ottr trrah: .
A lot whi.h. wit'i I MiKTAhl .oi a I aia.-.-
No rl!LS Bi TlKi:. .11
the Democrat regularly on this route, word Murphy. He occupies the old stand of master, of the mtture age of twenty-si- greafjine oj railroad runr,nig through the coun- slock before pur. haiii e sea here. AH Indebted to uie dUposedot up il
left at the office or with him will receive Isaac L. Hyatt, on Third street, near Main, The acquaintance sprang up through his
try thus threatened, to le one moment imperiled J. R. EMMIT & CO. are reuue-de- to call and eelie lumeuiateiy.
ML. LRE. customers when onlTe I.
twders lor Otaiers from the country e s
ait-- a. It m$
teaching her grandchildren. The newly It cannot afford to lose the support of the Novniber 12th. IVd-- nl.l d5
brave and liberal people of Southwestern lril.L side Kourtu stre. I,
REOPKN AT TUEIR OLD STAND, NO. 307 tv." Ueodlua Hit K Mit'KS
attention. and keeps at all times a full stock of the tV east Martei and
married pair are represented on canvas, in
USTThc condition o f .Shelby street, be" b st coal in market. Mr. M. is a very clever their parlor, her head reclining on his
bosom in a very loving attitude, aad as the
Virginia, where, as yet, not a single traitor
has been found. It cannot afford to admit NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS
sturda inoruln?. May 1th. lr01. iNEEDLES-NEEULE- S.
DISTRICT C0U3T UNITED STATES
tween Jefferson and Green, calls for imme gentle ni in, andwill promptly deliver to pur- artist has given her "form and features," an army of the enemy into close proximity
At LOWER PRICES lhau have ever t fore been offered AT I OCIYII.l.r:. KY.
diate repairs. Where the water pipe has chasers in the city whichever vaiiafy thty one would not suppose her to be over thirty with East Tennessee, where Browdlow and iu Ibisiitv, FOR CAdU uNLYt SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES. pTUlan I 11 lard. Imt AND oUDK tn t FCnlie-- I M.r
APPOINTMENT THE U.
Andy Johnson have made eo many Union- Our goods ha m been pu chased since the war panic,
been extended the dirt is thrown in so laose prefer. years of age. She is in affluent circum- ash, aud as our terms are
ists among a community the most prolific of at a rest sa litlce f T we caa sua will seU LJ.PKLC'-DENTti-
A WtJu'se ol
t, a special l r n uf said C un
stances, is very fond of company, has fine CASH, A??ORTMKNT OF Alt KINDS FOR tor Krniacky
that horses sink down and wagons stall For mi Soldiers We have now in store, good soldiers on the Continent. BAKUAl.NS. VLAKOK sale and n tall. Please at tbe Fe.te.al C itrt Hall. In L ensvll e. .t t
or rail cc be hell Mouday
conversational powers, and dispenses hos- niyll J. R KMMIT A CO. T. J 'UNSTON. second l't rbex'.on.l Vien
along the street. and to arrive, a pure article of white navy pitality with a ltheral hand. The Memphis Appeal says : noil 031 Main st , Jd ibMir sleeve Tbi l, . tinned Iron day to day al the ple-- ureot tri - Court: a
If this, their only line of direct inter- SUNDHIA8. ibat Ibellerk slve uoilce ihereoi hv a.lertl.eiiieut
beans, all kinds of bacon, onions, krout, new dried Peaches;
Hay Tiiere will be a Union mcelicg this butter, lake fish, in quantities to suit, from
evening, at seven o'clock, at B. F. Avery's one barrel or cask up. We will sell very
Heavy Bank Robbery ih Connecticut
$50,000 Taken The Winsted Bank, at
course with Richmond, Va., can be inter-
rupted, an important result will be effected,
10 bbis Navy Beans;
10 bb s Cranberries
ro sacks Buckwheat.
at least tbr-- e weeks so
listed Id Lou sv tile, which Is hert'V 'teti.
In One newsaivr V
JNO. A. M iNK'iK. Orl.
Ky CH. J. CLARK K, A. imc
West Winsted, Conn., was robbed between the most benefioial to the Lincoln Govern- Jnt received and for sale by FOR CASII OXIaY!
Plow Factory, corner of Main and Fifteenth low for cash, to close consignment. We are
streets. Business of importance will be al30 agents for an extra refined coal oil and
brought before the meeting. All Union
men are respectfully invited.
the Meade oil. Clifford & Co ,
Saturday evening, Nov. 9, and Monday
morninpr. Nov. 11, of some $50,000, cf
which $8,000 was in specie, and the balanoe
mostly in bills of their own bank, with
ment of any slrategetio move made by it
since the inception of the war.
Cannot Pass thr Lines. The Secretary
tyrz hBLariNBCRUsiiKD sugar and courts
el Sugars, Just rec ived and for sale by
CRAU CIDKR.-- I0 nl6j
TITB3ITT A SON.
UIBHITT k 80N.
BBL3. CRAB CIDER. FOR AL
1 ) K3PECTFULLY INARMS THI PUBUC THAT
Mrs. J. A. BEATTIE
4 LAK.la AND WRIX 51.CS.tn
WIRE AND SHEE1
226 Main Btreet. HIBBITT A BON. she U now opening freah stock of seasonable
three Treasury notes one of $100, and of State has issued the following order; :V bb- - tor ll.bs Mounvii't. bnrkles.
two of $50 each. The building was prob- tlar MUtaiy s 11. k,V. s.aILht.s. Ja . i;tprices bv si
o for e st tvsI.k
Corkkctioi. la the publication of the "Benjamin Stark, Eq., has beea
report of the City Auditor, cf the 12th inst., appointed United States Senator from ably entered by stairs on the outside, com-
"Circumstances which have recently oc-
curred render it necessary to repeat a pre-
CTAOQ HAMf.-l- VO
prices, for sale by
8TAUU lUMd, AT BEDCCED
HIBBITT A SIN.
TVolt iltf Next door to national Hot
municating with a lawyer's office directly Embracing ail articles In tola Une, which sae wUI sell a
the expense for guarding ammunition for Oregon. He is a native of ConnecticuL
the month of October was $180, instead of His politics are "peace" Democrat.
over the bank vault. The floor was taken
up, and the vault, which was of heavy
vious regulation, that no person, whether a COrKKE-1- 21
citizen or foreigner; will be allowed to pass RIO store aud for sale ImKW KUOMNAN A OX
B4Q3 PRIME RIO COFFAK. wholesale
by of retail, at v.i y low rates tor cash only.
Orders promptly and faithfully BUed. Heduccd to Imcw "5Tork FricesJ
the lines of the United States Army, in nolS 8nd
and Waehtnatnn sta
$6 ISO, as erroneously stated. masonry, covered with a massive stone any direetion, without a passport signed or
AND HALF BARRELS sell dtf
Mrs. J. A. B ATTIC
HO FOURTH 8T LttCfSVILLR, KT.
RkCKIVKD ON CONS :tM EST.
fttThe 50th Indiana regiment is now slab, entered by pplitting the stone and re- countersigned by the Secretary of State, MACKKREL-3S- 0
la store and tor ml e by
TCBDER M ATrRVH STUFFED WITH C K
moving it. After the money was taken AND'W BUCHANAN A CO,
CUNDKU.H. AV Mexican Pou. ,
a v. rv lerabie
(ta We are indebted to the Adams Ex encamped at Bedford, Indiana-Cour- t and if any person shall attempt so to pasa, no!6 Corner Hecond and Washinctmt sta.
3,5.11 lbs choice Seese Feathers; (feve-saa- tKlante-s- ; Litetns; Caps; Co.l-Kn-
press Company for St. Louis Democrat of the pieoes of slab wero replaoed, and the he will be liable to arrest and detention by
amji s imm ked Butter, la Arklna; !
lUalike.. on Mvot,Cantna M .nael. and D lil.Ta. .
of Appeals. flooring screwed down, leaving scarcely a military authority. PYRUP. 25 KK08 EXTRA UOLDEN
GOLDENIn store and for sa1. by
Is prlaie Oalst
Call and see
; Cutt Most;
br yourseiyee that
t hi: our prc.j .re
'Jl v 4
yesterday. We can't imagine what has trace upon the outside of tho work accom- Wm. H. Seward."
j.l do Blneirraw See.1; i
low. . . ..t t mm n.,
"Signed ANDREW BUCHANAN A CO. vtJ do do aid diked ftaciies; u. w. y ii.tvts.s, ja.
come over the mails from St. Louis. They DAY OF TERM. FORTY-NINT- plished by the burglars. It has been further ascertained, on ap- no!7 Corner irf Seronrt awl WaHTilnstnn sia. lul do do aew crop uo; BOM dtf Next door to N.ttb.nal ll"t
SO bales prime nop. k and new crop;
failed last night and the night before Frankfort, Nov. 15lh, ISM,
Look out for Counterfeit Money. We plication at the State Department, that such IN DRUMS AND BOXES. MACK--
and Kits; Mnokrd Stat bb's N.chano. fctUoe; "
UOSIBAY. bite Cot'oa Ho.
erei In barrels, half ba 60 boxes choice Reserve Cheese; H
received the following note from the oashier passes will only be granted to persons up- iMckletl Henlng; Salmon Iu barrels and kits. In Ano es. Oi.lons. Brooms aud Cedar Chaste 17 d.ia. Mixea o do.
rjBk.Cil. Thomas D. SeJjewiok, of the Hartlsan va Klnpt et al, Caldwell; affirmed :,'
of the Branoh Bank at this place this morn- on business for the Government of the store and lor sale ty . CO In store and tor sale by 175 do a. blask do doe
Juniugti vs Ji nuin'H et al. Ballard;, ntllrmed. nolS GARDNER Rec4sred and tor aaae cheap bv
21 Kentucky regiment, is expected to return Cijmlile vs Miller ei al. Ballard; reversal.
laaiybiiU vs Junes at al, Caldwell; revefted. ing: United States.
AND KIBBKD SIDES. 81UAR
BACON. CLE 4R Haws, Break last Bacon slid Hhou id-
TAir. RON A CO,
Ko t Main strecL aa T. m k. fi.ttt m
from Virginia on a ehort furlouzh. He has ORDERS. Editors Ledger: Caution your readers Personal. Miss Emm) Mason, step, em, a of the best brands, for sale low to close
and Plain Vl THIS DA V. Beaaa;
UECKl Ml prime Navy V1K ARKMANUFACrCRINO OUT tlK
TemmoDS ts Watson, awnt of 8t. Joseph' ColWe, to beware of counterfeit fives on the People's y consign-ui.i.t'.b- IV MAfkHIAL. a l'KM3 UAt which we are
many warm friends in the city. daughter of General Buell, was married Ta.IT. N CO. ' M do , do Uom'.uy; la sac's:
do do so Hag at FOL K l l I..A K.w,
Louisville. Chancery; response to peliUun; rehwrhj
dnlivere J and liutudale suspended till Urst day of iie.xt
Bank, New York city, not mentioned in any this evening to Colonel Wheaton, Seeond nlo No iM Main idroet. M do rttAlUt.il S11TM.
term. of the Detectors, and whioh are being VHJKTKR AND ALIL-- MAVK JUeT KECKIVkO M s Aaukrvto wo7 between Foorta aiel Fin
Hon. G. N. Fitch, ex. Senator, is Rhode Island Regiment. General McClellan L a irapply of Guinness' Dublin ftout and Younjcer't
J 'leree J Ham s; 1 unr-cnr-
Uobson et al vs Thomas, Pendleton; appeal dismissed; extensively circulated in the neighborhood S casks clear (tides; TTCMINY.-A- Ll. THK FAVttRITa B AN DS, M t
making speeches in behalf of the Union failure to tile record.
vs Caldwell, BillarJ, continued, of Orleans, Ind , and perhaps other places.
and staff, General Heintzelman sniothrr Ale. .r aale IT . .
prominent officers were present New Yorlc
T 1.ANUAM A CO, ,
For sa'e low to ckwa. .
. A A awie at lowest ataiiuiaclurer a rates, rv
TAir. a CO.
through Indiana lfctvid-o- vs lloweil. Fulton; continued. The counterfeits are badly executed, and Tnbune. mryi 1mtwlr o' 1v" c. TkW 4 .' ' u COO I AbXFK a K. 10 No. 3o4 Main
Cli- moweth vs KcmI.s A I'ovretl,
MaVkx vs Mender on, Fulton;
cannot deceive any one accustomed to ex- ILOUH. bbU Ixra Family Flonr; DlSdlw lj
Fourth atn et.
I IPK9 OF VARIOUS 8TY1
Airivid. General D. C. Buell and staff
Turner vs Fulton, Killard; amining bank notes. W. Mann, Cashier. UtO Uand , aks Family Flour, of different "tLKAR felDkS AID COUNTRY HAMS. A' GOOD la store and t r v
arrived in our city yesterc" morning, Crittenden et al vs Danee, Ballard were submitted on
I nefs. iv. A.. Ledger, low,
ttarju Spurgeon is called the Barnum cf
the Gospel by the London Spectator. brands. In store aud sale by d .,,,,,, . ., J supply lor sale by
not , BXBAITTASON.
OKJtlN RAW I"-"- . No t Main Mrset
betweeaTbard aad Four