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Indianapolis Daily Journal (Newspaper) - January 3, 1862, Indianapolis, Indiana R Ltd. Just keep Cool and if orc Ward so. The to Jug fun pm it re lib Ian. It in of Prev ident has a Xen but in charged tvs Quot for a cd Boldini it in a a Treacher exciting More in 18 strategy. Playable Quot hostility coupled with Conte fat quarters. The Formy of than if he had thundered menaces. A eau and All must be quiet. What i know and have seen and to Wett year and All Musi of in the South of Heloise and growth of despair. This rebellion has enabled me to know vement let of the Quot stuff Quot me to write any mor a the o a. A to Winter quarters top 8, Quot e. M. A h.-, been received that Thea Quot must Wear sky ble Leace the Only Waif exp is to subdue it utter Liu and we must rely wholly upon our own resources and not look abroad anywhere for help. Bather we must be or eff fat a a conflict with danger on every Side. We Are forced into an anomalous Feroli. 4peace another ski Misli in it in. The report of a Battle at Paducah which the Telegraph d str buted Over the nation Origina. Ted in the skirmish at Sacramento in which capt. Bacon was killed. We Cut the following a a count of it from the Louisville journal a a Lieut. Roberts gives us the following particulars of the a fait. Early on saturday morn. Ing two by add Quot ohs of Gol. Jackson s regiment of invert semm so Eolalio Otloe to Advertlse-ment8 taken for a Spetti de time and ordered out before the expiration of the time specified will be charged the Regur con sect with danger on every Quot Side. We Are forced into an anomalous Feroli. A peace a Quot mus Wear a i go nation and especially a Ewe Irving 6d. The enemy a Ltd a be Are Breed to by Wir it fee othe i i rates for the same no to the time they uder a Jpn to Murray. Left the Camp Noar Gal ordered ont. Houn of a dec Outing expedition across Orreen. Iid can t shoot them in 1 world appears to be pressing this alternative it a of that we must become either a Nailon a is of importance q of heroes and conquerors Oak nation slaves. Riew will be Imide of the have but to make our elect Oil it so be t of the breeches. It. It need not take Long to us a. .1. Quot Quot Wirnik prepare then to Well the nobler part. 8. Another Opp Oral a i Quot a. Ujj yet impolitic by some to. >3ing. The army a resent the worst Side to the people lest it ter quarters. From the j alarm them. We Are very much afraid of the dlr a. Ewill never people the president a afraid the people to Forth we will a apr a a it sustain him. Meanwhile All the River. Alien they Eri Rived at South Carrol Toui the squadrons separated and the first returned towards Calhoun by Way of Sacramento at which place they were surprised by seven Hun dred rebels under col. Forrester. Our troops j Are Street Indianapolis a valuable hound dog. Were fired upon by the rebels before they were Brown with yellow legs fore foot blemished left with aware of their presence and at first believed a a to on his neck. Escaped on the 26th of december last by cutting a rope with which he wan tied from no. 164 North Jel e. M. B. It Letcher. A december 29, 186i"t evening in company Colfax and prof. Miles a. N Hon. Alfred Ely. The by his friends to whom adventures. When a. Der. Ely grasped Wra Quot Are you the brother r brother is the most re i Ever knew. His cheer ing words have saved then turning to the e said Quot gentlemen i people wanted was the Perini Sion to tand Forth. The people Are right and True. And they want to know the worst that they May Rise up to the full measure of the emerge by a w a a i b. For the jo6ria�lv More abort slaves. Tho Public mind appears to me to be unduly excited on the subject of slavery. 1 plans Are proposed for the disposition of the contraband. First in regard to slaves i would ask what have the United states to do with them slavery existing according to the Constitution Only where recognized by local Laws the moment that kind of property belonging to rebels comes into the hands of Fletcher s adventures general govern nent i would like to be Ever saw. He has in j informed by what Law they Are slaves and if nut slaves As i opine every Well informed re than any of us. When r prison he was so weak i had to be carried now two or. Ely that his brother would it lot of prisoners that my. Or. Fletcher leaves this afternoon. We be successful in his Mission. Other matters but fear 1 the ground usually of correspondents. Indiana. For the daily journal. A the great conflict. Ing thus to Erica people turn at hiring steam fastness to that has risen to View am inclined to think a stoned War cannot be bad better Brace up to Len it does come. It is a Iii fluence Quot has had ing our if Iii a than we that it May have been a ing our present troubles however convenient this t looks to Rae As though Sibly other Quot potentates Quot mentality of Southern Quot subjugated the South Quot Laring to a make a de i. Many it is True re on abroad As Quot bluster Quot Dut then Many at first re in commotion As Mere ence with which the Mon rebellion relied upon a very apparent prob Abili favors the presumption or wonderful impatience it which a Friendly a needed to Settle amicably belligerent intent adds presumption. Can it be it affair is cause of War ind unless reparation is ire her War Fleet near our Defiance of the will and a her warlike array in menacing preparations Eye. A proud nation be would demand an ext satisfactory would de allowing the enemy time cents to our damage. It 1 3 Are not portentous or e May avoid the storm prepared against prob possibilities. But apart an actuality to grapple Lence. Quot Northern people Are not h the great idea which out in every hief thought would seem while the other party is 1 about abolitionists the that the Quot chief end of to the abolitionists and in Quot Southern Brethren Quot Dur main business first extinguish slavery and Monistic ideas which so or their respective sub measurably lost sight of. Ken from their rooted 3 Well and if a foreign this it would be a bless his is no time to be fret no with abolitionists we a half of the country and 3 who will fight for it no Interior object Quot May be. What is it to souls that questions of the Day by it will be crushed Bol the nether millstones get prevent nor its enemies so we have nothing else out the country and to Battles. Lathe whole country is Ery body is not engaged t our entire militia Are Ide going Mellicient Disci-.0 not bestow every leis science of War which is a becomes us that theand the Bugle Are not and Plain awaking the trios business before us. Cd it is True six Hundred a jul steers who without the head of affairs to elec incited Only by the Gen their own breasts have Ivilene of defending their a everything else that is Mtanous heroism might f Superior intelligences. Be feeble Zeal of men in say nothing of those who on the wounds of a bleed her hand the rebels have n in the held and mostly its which we have of lord Importunity to construct \ militia Are undergoing icon and if called to the w country Noen in arms Odds they must first go schooling in order to fit ice and without which t lip but an encumbrance. .00 arduous do we wish shirk the Issue which is we cannot have peace mind will answer what Are they ? free men of course. But if free men Are they freemen of that class that constitutes the freemen or citizens of the United states i think not nay i am certain that they Are not. What then they Are freemen but strangers thrown among us by the casualties of this unnatural War and entitled to our sympathies and assistance until they can dispose of themselves. This sympathy May Lead to their colonization or not As time May develop but is a matter that should not in the least interfere with the great Issue now on hand. Congress has expressed sympathy for the suffering of the Emerald Isle and they might do the like for those amongst us and give them some material Aid by employing them where there services would Avail and thus give or get a Judd pro quo. So much for the first. In regard to the second does not the disposal of the first part Settle that also i think Many will agree with me in thinking Congress should look upon this As something co lateral with the present War but by no an important question at this time Alth .>7ch it May become so hereafter . The grand army of the Union the great army of freemen now fighting for the integrity of the Union is contributed by the several states As follows the second column showing the per cent Geof soldiers to the population of the several states the third the number of inhabitants to each Soldier sent percentage. Prop n to pop. 1.23 or 1 to 82 i Hab. 3.11 or 1 to 31 Iii Bab. 2.i or 1 to 40 in Hab. A 3 Orl to 4.r 2orl to 3.04orl to 1.29 or 1 to �?�2.42orl to 1 to 2 45 or 1 to 3.00 Orl to 2.41 or 1 to 2.67 Orl to to 1.84 or 1 to 2.87 or 1 to f it 2.78 of 1 of slates. No. California4,r88 , i30 Delaware,2,775 illinois84, 41 Indiana.g2.018 iowa29,7 i8 maim-15,007 maryland7,000 Ma-ssachusetts30,1115 Michigan .29,3 n minnesota.4,1 10 missouri31,480 new hampsuire.10,379 new .tei-si-y12,420 a few york110.389 Rhode inland7,18l vermont8,780 virginia19 77u wisconsin14,945 kansas5,000 1.04 or 1 to 4.27 or 1 to 20 in Hab. 22 in Hab. 33 in Hab. 77 in Hab. 41 in Hab 105 inti in. 41 in Hab. 21 in Hab. 42 in Hab. 38 in Hab. 31 in Hab. 54 in Hab. 35 in Hab. ¿1 in a Iii. Ski in Hab. 61 in Hab. 23 in Hab. Oeland army of the rebels. The recent messages of the rebel governors and other official documents put Forth by the state authorities enable us to form a pretty Correct estimate of the strength of the rebels now in the Field. It is leaving of Quot Odd hundreds As follows slates. Aul homilies. Number. s message27,000 Louisiana governor s message25,000 South s message111,000 Vircinia governor s message83,000 Tennessee governor s proclamation.35,000 kentuckyestimated10,000 s proclamation ,000 alabama.estimated22,000 m Mississippi Vicksburg sun21.00 a floridaestimated10,000 texasestimated30 000 North Carolin governor s message35,000 of adjutant of state24,000 marylandestimated.3,000 total349,000 a Case for fort Lafayette the Lancaster a publishes the following letter written by an Indiana traitor to a Nephew in the army. It was shown to a correspondent of the express by the Man to whom it was written and thus appears in Public Theio to Trust it May attract the attention of or. Benedict s neighbors. Who or. Benedict is we have no idea but it is Manifest that be he whom he May to has no business in Indiana. We commend it to the Sentinel As a fit Case for its ready apologies for traitors Oxford Benton co., ind., dec. 10, 1861. Geo. W. Benedict esq., Alexandria sir last saturday evening i received your letter dated Camp Mcclellan nov. 29, 1861, and was very much surprised in consequence As i have no knowledge of any such person. You Call me Uncle however and inform me that you Are Quot a Soldier in Uncle Sam s i was in Hopes that i had no relations among Lincoln s hessians and should still doubt the fact but for one circumstance which your communication has called to my memory a Short histor Quot you the Ory of which May not be uninteresting to showing How Good a Prophet i am. In year 1840 i received a letter from my brother Benjamin filled up generally with political rant and nonsense of the then whig parly. And also stating that his wife had had a son a Short time before Quot a Good whig Quot and they called him Quot George in reply i stated that it would have been better if he had been born dead than to live to curse the country with such politics As taught by his father As such would eventually Lead to the disruption of the government. I now suppose you Are that boy. And As i predicted the government is broken up and you Are among the Cut throats who wish to kill and Rob the White people of the South because they won t buy any More wooden Nutmeg and leather slate pencils from the did abolition Yankees and to enslave the Whites in order to set the negroes free. And i repeat now i would rather hear you were dead than to hear of your being engaged in such a Damnable marauding expedition. I did think you had free negroes enough already around Pinch gut an old Lancaster generally. Instead of the Southern people destroying our once Beautiful country it is you in connection with the thieves loafers Cut throats broken political Hacks accursed political f Reacher whore House. Bullies and poor Ousey devils that Are forced to go for $13 per month to make something to eat who Are destroying and ravaging the country., you can rest assured therefore that 1 am not very proud to find my relations in such company. But after All Pera a dior two Bie is you Are not Awn what you Are fifth ,uso3b of others you were a the no a of the drum and the Tinse Cpl Gei , As Well As the $13 per to Atli a triad of patriotism in favor of the country Ell i Hope you May some Day be promoted . Of your Black by humiliation except by has organized them and furnished them with by. To Quail or falter ready to let them Loose upon the help i animate our destroyers less women and children of their former Mas Uon our forbearance in it ters that l Phoui it i think would he the &Quot.i, Snow none que slip your Patriot Aav especially if you ird Toso or weakness Are id had a Good Nigger Captain. A i i a it h a8their a Trent a. Evry i unanimity and Conci a i �8 the result of weak Iesu a i i am Torry but still i suppose i am your Uncle Jacob ber Redict. They were attacked by major Megowan of it Jol. Jackson s cavalry through mistake. The of amp cers though our ranks were broken rallied the troops As soon a they discovered the True state of a flairs and for half an hour our officers and men without exception displayed the most heroic Valpo and determination in a hand to hand engagement of the bloodiest character and Only retreated when their ammunition gave out. Our loss consisted of capt. Allen g. Bacon who had his horse shot from funder him and was killed in the Retreat and seven privates. Lieut. E. H. King of Frankfort was slightly wounded and seven or eight privates were wounded More or less severely. The rebels stated their loss to be thirty when they reached Greenville. Among the rebels killed was Lieut. Col. Merriwether of hop Kinsville. The rebels left capt. Bacon in the Woods in a dying condition having stripped him of his watch and rifled his pockets. The late expedition up the Edisto. United states Steamer Pawnee port Royal s. C., dec. 21. Sir in obedience to your order of the 14th instant i left this Quot Harbor on the night of the 16th, accompanied by the gunboat Seneca Lieut. Commanding Daniel Ammen and the coast Survey step Mer Vixen capt. 0. Bou Telle. But at the bar found that the heavy North easter which had been blowing had raised such a sea As to Render it out of the question to attempt entering the Rivers which 1 was directed to examine. I therefore returned to my Anchorage which i left a second time however on the following morning and reached the North Edisto at 2 o clock. Shortly after i crossed the bar with the Seneca piloted in by capt. Boutelle in the Vixen which vessel he however left when we were inside for the Pawnee his vessel remaining astern of of us. At the time we could plainly see fortifications ahead on Edisto Island Distant a mile and a half. As it was reported to me they were filled with men i commenced firing slowly from my Bow guns As did the Seneca but receiving no answer soon ceased and running by the batteries anchored in the North Edisto River. On Landing i found the fort which was entirely deserted to consist of two redoubts for five guns each connected by a Long curtain and protected in the rear by double Fence of thick planks with Earth Between and Loop holed. The guns As the negroes informed me had All been removed toward Charleston some weeks Back. While i was making this examination it. Commanding Ammen had proceeded up the River for about five Miles the effect of which was immediately apparent in the firing of Cotton houses and out buildings. As during the night some negroes came on Board and info tend us that at the Small town of Rock Ville which was in full sight there was a Large Encampment of soldiers at least 600, and Captain Boutelle offering to go up the Creek on which it was i determined to make them a visit in the Vixen and at Daylight of the 12th, went on Board of that vessel for the Pur Jose of taking with me the boats and marines of the Pawnee and Seneca under charge of acting master Snell. Owing to our running ashore we did not reach the town until near 8 o clock a Little above which was a Sloop Laden with Cotton and provisions which i took Possession of and towed alongside. There still being no signs of life on Shore 1 landed with fifty men to recon loiter and was soon satisfied that the troops had left As the first thing seen was the negroes pillaging a building in which was a Large Quantity of commissariat stores consisting of Rice in Quot Quot an 3imd Elj it Tsia. N Efee amp Vii a i i Iii Hwi Quot to the Camp deserted i went there but so car As could learn the troops had left at Day Light and it was then Only a Little after eight. The negroes whom i found As Busy As bees had removed the most valuable part of what had been left which was nearly everything except their Arras. The Encampment was a Large one had been occupied Many months and its late tenants had evidently been in the Possession of every i removed to the boat forty Sibley and four Ordinary tents besides a Quantity of articles of no particular value which were lying about and found at a neighbouring House which seemed to hive been used As Headquarters a Confederate Flag. Having pretty Well cleared the ground of what was a North removing and being desirous of examining above i left at 2 o clock and proceeded up the River with the Vixen not liking to Trust the Pawnee in so narrow a Channel. Came on the Seneca which had started at 9 o clock to explore fast on a mud Bank. We remained by her until 9 o clock but found it impossible to pull her off owing to the night tide not being As High As the morning one. While lying Here however i sent the boats and burned a Sloop which had been run ashore some distance beyond while attempting to escape from the Seneca and which could not be got afloat. The Vixen afterwards returned for the night to the neighbourhood of the Pawnee but went Back at Daylight the next morning with a part of men and boats from this vessel to lighten the Seneca which vessel was got of Quot at High tide. While the Vixen was coming up the River she came on a Small Sloop Laden with Cotton from which two White men were taken a Thoin i now have on Board As prisoners. As in the meantime nearly 150 negroes All in a state of great alarm had collected on Board the different vessels i determined to land them on the a Point and called in the u. S. Steamer Penguin which was cruising off the port and to leave Lieut. Bridd in charge of the River alter my departure until he could hear from me. Capt. Boutelle was kind enough to go out in the Vixen and Pilot the Penguin to her Anchorage Oft the fort where she now is. On the morning of the 19th i ran Down to the South Edisto and leaving the Pawnee and Seneca at the bar went in with the Vixen. I found the fortifications which Are on Edisto Island entirely deserted and partially destroyed. They consisted of two readouts which mounted so far As i could judge four guns each but the guns had been removed. The Dale being in sight across Otter sound in the ashes too i made signal and lieutenant commanding Truxton pulled Over with four boats. He reported that everything was quiet in the neighbourhood of his Anchorage and that the fort on Otter Island was rapidly being placed in a stale of defense. Up to the present time although they had been in sight of the South Edisto forts where we were lying they had not yet landed there. Having finished my examination of the South Edisto i returned to the Pawnee and stood North with the intention of lying of Stonto for the night but As the weather looked threatening and the Vixen was Alnio St out of Coal i went into the North Edisto again for the night in order to have an Opportunity of supplying her with some. Lieut. Commanding Budd reported everything As when i left but on the following morning negroes came in and stated that the troops who had left the Encampment Atrock Ville being largely reinforced showed a disposition to re occupy that place. As the weather was too threatening to permit of making a careful examination of the Stone As i intended i determined now to return at once to this place and report to of the state of affairs at the North Edisto. This i have done reaching my Anchorage Here at three o clock today. Very respectfully your obedient servant signed p. Drayton commanding. Flag officer s. F. Dupont commanding South Atlantic dollars will be paid if return etl or a Liberal Reward will to Given for any information that will Lead to his recovery. Hie former owner lived in Johnson county. Call at the county auditor s office Indianapolis. Milton Taylor. Jan3 d2t foujvb>5 Young dog half Breed Between Spaniel and Newfoundland Black White tipped and White pm x l k Lotz s ins charges breasted. On proving ownership and the owner can get him at Emil Jans 3t Quot new York a. Do vokits late of Indiana pension claim and land Agency once room no. 12, Corner of seventh and f streets opposite Post office Washington City. Having opened an office in this City i respectfully offer my services to the Public As an attorney and solicitor in to prosecution of claims before any of the departments of the government and especially before the court of claims. Special attention Given to Preemption and other land claims. Having several years experience in the prosecution of claims for pension will give prompt attention to this class of business. Fob indemnity ii oses lost died or killed whilst in the service and for the extra pay of one he shred dollars and aur Kahs or pay due to the soldiers in the army of the United states attended to promptly. Ii fees to lion. Henrt s. Lane of. Indiana Hon. Jqhn Law do Hon. James a. Cravens do Hon. Savji. S. , do Hon. Geo. A. Julian do Hon. Albeit g. Porter do Hon. Daniel a. Voorhees do Hon. s. White do Hon. Sci Urleb Colfax do Hon. William Mitchell do Hon. J. P. Simian its do jan3 Dow official. Laws of the United states passed at the second session of the thirty seventh Cost Are is. Puklich no. 3. An relative to courts martial in the army. Lie it enacted by the semite Nul House of of the United states of America a i com Rejis ass emeled Quot i hat in time of War the commander of a division 01 separate brigade May appoint general courts martial and cont Irin execute Pardon and mitigate their son tenets As allowed and restrained in the sixty fifth and eighty ninth articles of War to commanders of armies and departments provided that sentences of such courts extending to loss of life or Dis Mission of a commissioned officer shall require the confirmation of the general commanding the army in the Field to which tie division or brigade belongs and provided further that when the division or brigade commander shall by the Jeror prosecutor the court shall be appointed by the next higher commander. Approved december 24,1801. Poblick no. 4. An to provide for allotment certificates among the Volunteer forces. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of the United states of America in Congress assembled that the president of the United states shall appoint for each state having volunteers in the United states service not exceeding three persons who shall be authorized by the president s commission to visit the several departments of the army in which volunteers from their respective states May to and there procure from said volunteers from time to time their respective allotments of their pay to their families or friends duly certified in writing and by them or by some commissioned officer of such department attested in Pur new York to the order of such persons to whom said allotments were or May to made. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That the persons appointed As commissioners to carry into effect the preceding Section of this shall receive no pay or emoluments whatever from the Treasury of the United states. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted that the fifth Sec Tion of the of the twee Ali june eighteen Hundred and fifty eight giving butlers a Lien upon the Soldier s pay be and the same is hereby repealed and All regulations giving Setleis rights and privileges beyond the rules and articles of War be and the Samo Are hereby abrogated. Approved december 24, 1801. Public no. 5. An making an appropriation for gunboats on the Western Rivers. Jie it enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of the United states of a Merica in cot Gresa assembled that the sum of one million of dollars be and the name is hereby appropriated out of any Money in the trea re not otherwise appropriated Tor gunboats on the Western Rivers. Approved december 24,1861. Public no. 1. Joint Resolution expressive of the recognition by Congress of the Gallant and patriotic services of the late brigadier general Nathaniel Lyon and the officers and soldiers under his command at the Battle of Springfield Missouri. Resolved by tie Senate and House of of the United states of America in Congress assembled 1. That Congress deems it just and proper to enter upon its records a recognition of Trio eminent and patriotic services of the late brigadier general Nathaniel Lyon. The country to Elioso service to devoted his life will guard and preserve his Fame As a part of its own glory. 2. That the thanks of Congress Are hereby Given to the Bravo officers and soldiers who under the command of the late general Lyon sustained the Honor of the flog and achieved Victory against overwhelming numbers at the Battle of Spring Leld in Missouri and that in order to commemorate an event so honorable to the country and to themselves it is ordered that each regiment engaged shall to authorized to Bear upon its colors the word Quot Springfield Quot embroidered in letters of Gold. And the president of the United states is hereby ret tested to cause these resolutions to be read at the head of every regiment in the army of the United states. Approved december 24,1861.Indiana Asbury University. The second term of 1801-2. Commences thursday january 2, 1802, and continues thirteen weeks. The Best of advantages afforded for acquiring a thorough education. J. Tingley Secretary of the fac my. Greencastle dec. 31, 1861�?janl d2t i in Cameron s Quot grand army Quot Ever of your Black Brethren of the South when he Canada is a Large amount of Money in the West which has until Lasso quite currently. Now How to a probable rupture Between this government our people have Nada Money a Lafae. If War tween the two nations by Ibe Good but >4hie Money Tif,.we Hope i and Conlu should this Mone should Sun i a Calam a did not be a Irth any a new years Call. All persons indebted to to for medic ii services will Confer a favor by paying the amount due particularly those whose accounts Are of Long stand inc. In cases where it is impossible to make payment in full a part will prove very acceptable. Those having claims against me Are requested to present them for settlement. John m. Kitchen Jan d3t Indiana seed and agricultural store �0. 74 East Washington Street . Peori 8tji.z, successor to p. S. Birkenmayer amp co., has on hand and for Sale Clover seed Timothy seed clean Kentucky Blue grass seed Orchard grass seed hungarian and a Billet peed Iliad seed. All Vaj i ties of Garden stodd fresh and genuine. All kinds of improved farming implements and machines horticultural tools gum and leather belting packing amp a. Agent for the improved Quot Buckeye reaper and Jan d few3in our people will take As Wittfo to. Posh x Burma Koevary Effort to and allow it to remain ,�. New arrangement a at the a new York grocery store no 17 East Washington Street or. Buellis having purchased the above Tab Lish ment of Trio Mars. Bryant intends keeping constantly on hand a full Supply of every article in the line of family groceries and provisions and will warrant every article to to of the Best Quality and at the lowest . The highest Market Price in Cash paid for All kinds of produce. He respectfully Bill its the generally in the City and country to Call and his Stock and prices before pure Haking elsewhere. Articles promptly delivered fun All parts of the City. Doc a Diu c. U. . A a. 7nw���too8h� Hie. I it to ind for now inventions of every description Burma Koevary Effort to Horne a. A &Quot.&Quot"�?&Quot. ? no Patent no pay. Aid. Send for particulars nato Terma. Andreu Amos novels my i it at lit attorney Washington b. 0.fbpst Suji o or of Obilio pills these wonderful and efficacious pills Are Prev a red by the american proprietor from a formula originated a number of years since by the.profebsoar8of chemistry of the Boya College of pharmacy London. They Are compounded from purr medicines exclusively and being made upon Correct principles they have for a Long time held the first place in the estimation of the people of the British Empire. The remarkable Power they possess of restoring to Healthfulness the derangement of the biliary organs which Are so common in the Western world and which if neglected too Long induce the various fevers Peculiar to new settled countries has earned for these Superior pills a lasting popularity. This salutary remedy was first com pounded As before stated by the most eminent body of medical chemists on Earth and was thoroughly tested by them before they introduced it to the notice of the British Public. As soon however As the remedy attracted the notice of the people it at once attained an unprecedented popularity which it has Ever since retained. A few years ago these admirable pills were introduced in America and they Are fast arriving at the same extraordinary reputation As in old England. No one who has once used them will for a moment be without them for All Are Day by Day learning this truth Viz that a judicious use of these wonderful pills generally obviates the necessity of calling upon a physician to prescribe for some derangement of the system which one dose of this unequalled Medicine will totally remove and thus save much annoyance and expense. For Sale by All and country Mer chante in the United states. J. M. Frost general depot no. 5 North Meridian Street Indianapolis ind. Jan3 62 Damp Way Eastern Money taken at Par foe groceries provisions and confection eries a at the Quot cheap Corner grocery Corner of Washington and Illinois streets. We have arrangements with our Eastern friends whereby we can dispose of All Good Eastern funds at Par. Dwight Roberts. Jan d3t a amp Tel left. Am or a Quot metropol lady and gentleman i each additional lady. Friday Avenir the South by sea Ste w s. Neav i miss Mario or. Feli it 20 minutes jan3 4 m a Quot i a few storbrecrvit8 wanted Job a company that is now being formed in Indiana Polis Indiana under the command Ofca tie m. H. Ridd. Mammon wishes to kit f just , the 200 bags Coffee 50i 100 cheese per week 1 1000 Bxs. Cigars Nikont dried beef 200 Kos. Do. Starch 200 do. Gro k20 lbs. And 25 empty 6 Lake Salt As cheap As do., 100 Ohio River do tar Kosin and Overyal i will sell All t. It is not Worth while been in business so Lor All persons having f Indianapolis May find aug Dawis . Havea Large Benjamin Harrlis Zate of Wallace to har Hall Riso att Bivi office no. 621 Over Munson Indi the under sign together in the i All Legal in and Federal courts. December 11th, 18fi air Heyny m. F of dec Lii dam or. J. 1 the celeb of n i Quot Ould respect f Indianapolis i this City for the pure his new system of Medica and invites attend rheumatism Nezira weakness Torpi Dity debility and All Der. Merv his great Sii s having induced Man him. Or. Merrill beg of deafness to Wheeli Tice applicable is Ali partial paralysis of accompanied by ring secretions amp a. In Ganic injury of the Cess Ful. Examination of to or. Merrill is in others with his Impi exec fro ii and will impart applying electricity As or Merrill Nia would respect Nelly ii profess in to visit. Practice. Robims at Oriental reception hours for dec 2 i d2weod a Good horsemen wanted particularly. None but the Best men need apply. Each Man will receive a Bonus of one Hundred dollars in addition to other pay. The above company is already accepted and will go into the 1st division of the grand army of the West under the command of major w. W. Frybarger. Any in formation desired will to cheerfully Given on application at my Headquarters at Camp Morton Indianapolis Indiana or to major Frybarger at the Palmer House Indianapolis. M. H. Kidd Captain dec31 Dow _ c Ltd Reg. Ind. Votice. Secretary s office 1 Tekke haute ind., dec. 21,18g1. J the Board of directors of this company have this Day declared a dividend of five i per cent on the capital Stock for the six months ending november 30th, to the stockholders on the books at that Date. Western stockholders will receive their dividends at the Ofhie of the treasurer of the company in Terre haute on and after thursday january 2nd. Dec25d2w Chas. Wood ,, crib stars flutes at the Indiana music store no. 4e Bate House Willard amp Stowell. Dec25 do Johm t. Bye late of Maysville ky.,attorney and counsellor at Law. A Indiana oils ind. Office in Blackford s building Corner of Washington and Meridian streets. A dec24 d3wholiday gifts a at t h a a Quot the fancy for 3ie by smoking chairs Cigar cases Meerschaum pipes writing Deitke travelling cases knives purses ac., 4c. For Liah ibs work stand Arm chairs work boxes pocket companions portfolios writing desks Fine vases jewelry boxes satchels party fans toilet cases travelling cases ac., amp a. For a Iii it preen toys toys toys toys toys . H. Baloom. Dengo Rew Arctic Oil and commission Hoyse. Freese amp Koffman have opened a Branch of their Grey a wholesale and retail commission House in the stash formerly occur ii . Golf Lith. ,. Opposite Odd full own Hul Indiana Quot a Large took of dote Stipand fancy goods Bola Ai il.81iot>s, hats Caps Ilos Iory to hardware. Cutlery. Ac., constantly on hand. Lia a a Ift to sure and Call. Oct. D3tii John , watch Imi a and repairer in Vicki Gas drug Stoke no. I Odd fell Hall. Ail work emf rated. Feu big of so civil attention Patio to Railroad men s Tiido ii eco. Kutz re ii a a i la All a its a. Ttec6 dim i a. If Quot Quot a a a. A a Ito 3� term of Surv Ukso Hartico. A rations clothing an thirty of a Ort lie Rogis a int ire fruit aug . K0�8 Sast a a dec2u dim 1 a

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