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Indianapolis Daily Journal (Newspaper) - October 3, 1863, Indianapolis, Indiana Daily journal Satoei a mob nine oots balt 8, 1863. Well done we Are informed that the second Ward company capt Cramer a of the City begin ment by a unanimous tote resolved at their Jast meeting to give their share of the Council s appropriation to assist in purchasing uniforms to the Wido Ioa and orphans of soldiers. This is a Good deed done at the right it proves that the members of the regiment themselves do not Wank their uniforms purchased at the expense of the poor families of soldiers and that they Are determined to rectify the unwise action of the Council by a Tise use of the appropriation. The City regiment is amply Able to buy its own uniforms and if they were not and it was necessary to have them three dollars to each Man would go but a Little Way towards purchasing them. The appropriation gives too much for the Good of needy families and not enough for the Good of the City troops. Off Loial Esporti of Gatt tallies in Indiana beg-1 ments at in Bathe of Chi Kamanga at last we Are beginning to receive official and full reports of the losses in our Indiana regiments in the late Battles in Georgia and publish this morning those in the 29th, 31st, 44th and 87th regiments. We now begin to get a definite idea of our losses and we fear they Are not Likely to fall below the highest estimates we have heard. The Veteran 29i,h, reduced As it has been reports 170 killed wounded and missing fully one half the effective strength of the regiment if not More. The 87th suffered frightfully. Out of 850 men it lost 40 killed 142 wounded and 8 prisoners 190 men considerably of one half. The 3ist lost 70 in All Compain it ively a Light list but heavy enough in the depleted condition of the regiment to show that it was placed where fighting was no child s the 44ih escaped its usual wholesale Slaughter this time but suffered badly nevertheless losing 62 men out of 215. At Shiloh it lost Over 200, and at Murfreesboro nearly As Many More. It is one of the hardest fighting and most thoroughly Cut up regiments in the service. The letter of the Gallant col. Dunn of the 29fch shows us what the army thinks of the fight and gives us cheering assurances that though we hear nothing now we need have no fears that silence Means the statement that we had captured More of the enemy s guns than we had los of our own in the first allusion we have seen in any form to the artillery feature of the result usually one of the most prominent and first mentioned. We fear however that the colonel gives Only a Camp Rumor for if we had beaten the enemy in artillery captures Rosecrans would surely have mentioned it and Tho government have allowed it to be published. Of the spirit of Tho Man and the Impre inability of their Pobi Tiou he doubtless says no More than he knows and he is confirmed by All we hear from Tho soldiers who have returned from Chattanooga. As the colonel s letter was not intended for publication it cannot be suspected even if his own Frank character could admit Buch a suspicion of being written for Efi oct. Major Hammond a brother of sex governor Hammond and one of our bravest officers gives us a glimpse of the part taken by the 87th on saturday and sunday. On the first Day it assisted in recapturing 8 pieces of artillery which we had lost and on the next it held its position till ordered to change it and then held the new one till the Battle was Over a fact that Don t look much As if there had been a defeat in its neighbourhood. Burgeon Mckinney of Tho Slat says the men Are not a bit dispirited and Are As eager for a fight As Ever. We May Esy that the general effect of All that is said in these letters Ard bi7 All who were in the fight is far More encouraging than the bulk of the reports brought away from the Field by newspaper writers. To knit kith be Gimp it. Chattanooga september 23, 18 53. Cd journal we Are firmly fortified and can lipid our position age most All Rab Eldom combined. All we ask is for them to attack us in our position. Our regiment Lead the charge on the first Day and drove with the assistance of Johnson s division the Robelo Back about two Miles. Our division held the position without any assistance withstanding a heavy night attack. Do not believe that to have been whipped. Tho enemy have suffered Moro than we have and our army never was in better spirits. To have lost none of our army stores. All our transports have been saved. We captured and hold More Cannon of the enemy than they took from us. We held the enemy at Bay on their own chosen Battle Field and with a largely Superior Force and now fortified As we Are we can destroy them if they will Only attack us. All our men marked Quot missing Quot Are sup posed to be either killed wounded or prisoners and they were lest in the night attack. Please note. I write in a hurry As the enemy Are making demonstrations As if about to attack us. Your Friend d. Dunk Lieut. Col. 29th ind. Infantry. List of killed wounded and missing in the several companies of the 29th regiment indie a Volunteer infantry in the engagement on the i9th and 20th of september 1863�?missing, supposed to be killed or pria of Ere As they were lost in the night attack of the 20khinbt. a p Collins missing. Is it and and it g a cof Ibn missing. Both Tho above were Field and staff officers. 2a it irenus Mcgowan co a missing. 1st Borg Mue tub Mcgowan a missing. Bergt d b Allen a wounded and missing. Berg a h Steward a missing. Sergt e a Parker a missing. Corp h w Woodward a missing. Corp Andrew Sommerlott a missing. Corp Jee m Phenicie a missing. Moses b Hershey a missing. John j West a missing. Barney commings a missing. We priest a missing. Fred Cluck a killed. John Boyer a slightly wounded in right forearm. Nithaniel Henna a severely wounded in right Brea get. Lewis Phenicie a wounded in forehead slight. Jeo ii Voket a wounded in forehead slight. Quot we h of Ottison a in forehead slight. Pater King a missing. Y Summerlott a. Missing. We Phenicie a missing. Elias f Conrad a in Finger. We h Keyes a in forehead slight. Loss in company a killed 1 wounded 8 missing j4. Total 23. Capt Henry g Davis cob wounded in the lower jaw slight. 2d it Elijah a macumber a left shoulder severe. Sort Jacob Miller a in left Side of head slight. Corp Chas Groesbeck a left leg severe. Castill f Mccreary a left wrist and Side slight. John Lorentz a hip severe. Jas j Ream a leg broken by grape shot. Ira Stetler a Quot Quot Quot we Chasey a missing lat Sarge Lafayette stauffer a missing. Jas m Gilmore a left Arm slight. Philip Puihwa a right thigh. Loss in company by wounded 10 missing 2. Total 12 1st Sergt Patrick Hayes a Lefi thigh severe. Bergt Daniol Shoemaker a left hand slight. We Buck Tousic foot severe. Philander c Birch a leg Sotere. Columbus Gates a hip Revore. Orlin r Peck a right Arm slight. Michael Phillips a right Arm slight. John h Phillips a right Arm slight. Richard m Timmons a Back. Henry q Graves a jaw sever. 8rf t Immo k Brown a miming. Bergt John Shafer a missing. Corp Wallace Rockwell a missing. Theodore b romans a miming. Henry j Jordan 0, missis. James Phillips 0, sinming. Bargan h Brown 0, Mill of. John Carver 0,missing. Loss in co. , 10 mis inf 8. Total 18. Let Sergt Isom b new a it in the Bra it Severo. Bergt Law Toane a it loft to Kaldor Moro. Byron w word a loft lid of had a Light. Sergt jul Short a in Groin Plicht. Corp Oliver j Carpenter a misting. John Barton a wrist slight. Jas Abbott a missing. _ George h Burch a left shoulder Evoro Oakley Askridge a missing. We h h coffin a right hand Light. Barsilla Akridge missing. We h h Dougherty a killed. Edward cased missing. We Herrill a in spine severe. Jas s Collins a missing. David Hay a in hand sever. H p Collins a missing. Kathaniel Rebstock a right leg Sotero. David w Rhodes a missing. Abraham Shafer a left hand a a i. Jos Johnson a missing. Jeremiah Smith a left Arm a Ever. John Smith a missing. E a Smith a missing. E j Smith a missing. We Zook a right hand sever. Capt Mccaslin moored missing. Loss in do killed 1, wounded is missing 13, total 27. Capt n Palmer Dunne killed. -1st Lieut w h h Mcdonald a wounded in right hip severe. Corp John Humes a thigh slight. Corp James Ward a Abdomen slight. Corp Job v Pownell a leg slight. Corp Alex Sedam a left thigh severe. Edward Campbelle right hand slight. Joseph Calkins a right foot slight. John Foutz a right leg severe. Phillip c Hinckel a Side severe. We j Kline a left hand slight. John Louderback a right hand slight. Gideon Martin a thigh severe. Henry c Oliver a hand slight. Cyrus a Goodwin a right Side slight. John v Reed a leg slight. Edward s Smith a thigh severe. Henry c Sellers a left thigh severe. Benjamin Grahame right foot slight. Samuel Clarke missing. Albert c Myers a missing. Loss in co do killed 1, wounded 18, missing 2,total 21. Bergt John Glass of foot slight. Sergt John Poff of Finger slight. Corp Abraham Shultz of killed. A. Corp Joseph paddle of missing. Edmond Burkhart of missing. Chas r Ballf missing. Edward Chase of slight. Solomon w Christy of missing. Asa Earles of thigh severe. James Gillen of missing. Peter Mangas of missing. Chas Moritz of shoulder slight. Henry a types of missing. We i att of missing. George w Rizor of thigh sever. Fred Steamer of missing. Chri Meyance j Schenck of both Knees severe. Henry p Shedrick farm slight. Henry j Williams of missing. Loss of company of a killed 1 wounded 8 missing 10. Total 19. 2d Lieut. Chris l Davis a in the wrist slightly. It Sergt Henry Adle a in the stomach slightly. John h Bennett a missing. John Lehman a Quot James Wood a Quot David m love a Quot Bergt 8 h Gilmore a Quot lobs in company go wounded s missing a. Total 7. 2d Lieut Thos h Reese a missing lat Sergt Hiram , wounded in right knee slight. Andrew Adams a killed. Martin v Kemp a missing. Isaac Lenegar a wounded in both legs Severo. Elias Miller a killed. We a zeroing wounded in the right hand slightly. John s Ridor wounded in leg and hand. James Shults wounded in left leg Sev re. Harvey j Walker wounded in the left leg slight. Elias Welch wounded in left leg slight. Loas in company he killed 2 wounded 7 my being 2. Total 11. It Sergt John d Armstrong i wounded in left shoulder severe. Bergt Chas f Tucker i right ankle slight. Anson Badgley i wounded in right Arm severe. John Tennis i wounded in right hip severe. Franklin Moores i wounded in left Side Savere. William Hawkins i wounded in left Arm slight. Patrick Malony wounded in head slight. John Killen i killed. John Erb i Quot John w Buntin i missing. Fred Kasher i Quot Lavi f Dawson i Quot John whited i Quot Warren Babbitt i Quot corp j a Basom i Quot lobs of company in killed 2 wound a 7f missing 6. Total 16. Lit Lieut John Cutler a killed. Christian Hardag a Quot Adam l Vinnedge a Quot Henry hard Sag a wounded in right thigh Severo. Eijah Hildebrand a wounded in left thigh severe. Jacob frees a wounded in right shoulder Severo. James Donahoe a in knee slight. Nelson King a in right hand slight. Sergt Peter d Shaup a left hand slight. Sort Charles Ream a right foot slight. Bergt Chaa Swazay a left leg severe. Christian Dietrich a missing. Benj. Ritter a Quot John Hildebrand a Quot Fred Wagely a Quot loss in company a a killed 8 wounded 8 missing 4, total 16. Lobs in regiment killed Luj wounded 91j missing 68. Total 170. Thirty lest by Quint. Nod Maarten Slit ind Lsna \ Chat Taaloga tenn., 8�pt 93. 1868. J de. Journal i Send you a list of the killed and wounded of our regiment in this two Day s action on the Chickamauga River sap temp 19th and 20th company a. Killed color Sergt John West. Wounded mar amp ton Gibbons left breast severe Warren Brockway left hand sever James Laferty left hand slight Monroe Elmore head slight Robt Watterman neck slight Silas Clitton hand slight. Company Wounded lieutenant Haveland right hip slight Ord Sergt Robt 1 Mckel Frankl severe in hands of enemy Sergt l d Gard right Arm severe Sergt John a is right wrist slight l g Lybarger left shoulder slight a j Pool right ankle slight. Company a wounded corp Thos Green left by severe corp John g Mallory left thigh severe Andrew j Newton Abdomen and Chest mortal Isaac 0 Lowe leg broken sever we h h Gray left Elbow severe j f Joslin head slight James Ferguson concussion of Shell slight corp John Arterburn left shoulder slight. Company a wounded we l Knotts in slight w j Bilen shoulder mortal w Cowd no and and hip Bergere we a Bland Elbow slight. Company a killed a b Lyons. Wounded we b Cochran right wrist a a vere t Moore hand severe01ivriioekman, hand severe. Company f. Killed Captain William j Lead Rob it Clayton. Wounded David Stacey left breast mortal John Guthery left ankle a or Thomas Garrett right shoulders a re Al Zand a Gibson Mouth slight John 8 Moor left Arm slight James Sanders breast a Light corp we b 8 Maddoz hand slight in Simian m e Harrison Mouth severe we. Welch right Arm slight. Company of wounded orderly David in nth a lid of head slight Sergt a Waugh thigh slight Levi Phorer Side slight Are Harper Bead slight Geo Elking band severe Hesiekiah atom shoulder slight Alonzo Clark hand severe Joseph Woolery shoulder and Arm slight Aires Elsberry head alight. Company Jet. Wounded a Corporal Hiram Lackey left thigh severe Jas m Lancaster right shoulder blight Mason Beaty right hand Light James Wilson right hand slight. Company i wounded second Lieut j b conl7, lid of head severe Bergt k w Cummings thigh severe Corporal 8 g e a Banks trek slight m t Kelley Mouths to Jam Adams thigh slight we Adsms Ehk severe John Jackson left breast slight Eli Bratton right Arm Savere o q by Wrd of alight Sidney a Seymour leg slight Bila Park hand slight Thos sly hip slight. Company it wounded pleasant Watts had slight John Day left wrist set Rwm a and Rook right leg blight. Field and staff. Wound do i Cut Nant colonel f l a for in left blow slight adjutant 0o if a blk left Brast slight. Total less kill a 4, wonn Dod �0, total 70. The a Gim it Ofui in the fight both Days and i must Sny our lost i�.mmftrkabl7 sum sons adoring the utter Fajr of the it wkly a afis9s9bnsbbab9b9hmbbbbb th�7 wer in a Zoe Adina Thoa of doa Albinj Shiloh or Stone River. Our men Are not demoralised and do not consider they were whipped and Are anxious to Quot go in Quot again. Yours truly a. W. Mckinnis assistant surgeon Slot Indiana. Rostet Roosth bios Toht. Tho following is a list of the killed and wonn Dod of the 44th Indiana in the Battles of so Stembr 19th and 20th, 1863. Killed. Capt John guns Homer co f. Henry Pryor f. Corp Geo f. Wilson k. Wounded. Chas Miller of a thigh flesh severe. Nicholas Arnold a mortally and missing. Christopher Oberst a Quot Quot we Ollery a Abdomen slight. Jonathan hand thigh flesh severe. We Widner a dangerously and missing. Sam l Firestone a wounded and missing. Capt Phillip Grund a thigh fish severe it Sedgwick Livingston a foot contusion. Sergt s Sweet a foot flesh. Jos harsh a thigh slight. John Crawford a ankle fracture. We Logan a Chin fish. Owen Shaw a nose slight. Sergt Sam l Reed a neck flesh severe. Ira Werden a wounded and miss ice. Ezra Werden a Quot Quot Quot we Routson a Quot in leg Quot capt we Hildebrand a knee contusion. Sergt we Rhodes earm Fratturo. Sergt John Spurgeon a leg flesh severe. Amos Rhodarmer a shoulder flesh slight. Alex Goff a thigh flesh alight. It g n Thomas of thigh severe. Corp Sam l Jaques of knee contusion. Company f. Geo w Palmer in thigh severe. Harvey Nickols in thigh severe. Isaac Brubaker in Arm flesh wound. John h Smith Chest contusion. Calvin caseber leg flesh wound severe. Company q. Henry aum Slough hip flesh wound severe. Harrison Sayre thigh flesh wound severe. John Wolfinger thigh fish wound severe. Daniel s Johnson face and Arm slight. Emor Swem hand slight. Company e. Capt Hiram f King thigh contusion. Corp b k Freeman leg flesh wound slight. John t Fisher neck flesh wound Severo. John Zyggy thigh flesh wound severe. John Newman face fracture severe. Sam l Babb Chest flesh wound severe. Joseph Croghan thigh flesh wound severe. John Nelson shoulder slight. Company i. Sergt Jefferson Bender forehead flesh wound. Robt Wilmore Chest and leg flesh wound severe. Corp l John Coder thumb fracture.,. L t Nolan hand flesh wound. Jas r Diltz shoulder flesh wound severe. Sergt Alex Devor Chest mortal wound missing. C w Smith leg flesh wound slight. Company k. Capt John h Wilson Arm flesh wound. Blight. Lieut Eugene Aldrich neck twice slight. Martin he Flissinger Finger amputated. Benj Cornell thigh flesh wound. John Chilcoat wounded mortal and missing. Field and staf. Adj t Joseph Hodges cheat contusion. Wounded sept 22d, near Chattanooga capt Jas f Curtiss co i hand slight corp l Frank w Willis co karm flesh wound blight. Kill id commissioned 1 non commis de and private j. Total 3. To undid commissioned 9 non commissioned and private 60. Missing about 20. Total in killed wounded and missing 82. Whole number engaged 216. John h. Rebick asst. Surg. 44th ind. Bight ski both be Gimont. 87th ind. Vols3d bbio., 3d div., 14th army corps Dep t. Of the Cumberland Chattanooga sept. 26, 1863. De. Job Bali i Send you herewith a list of casualties in the 87th ind. Vols., commanded by col. N. Gleason in the engagements near this City on the 19th and 20th inst. This brigade opened the fight on the morning of the 19th. During that Day it received and repulsed three charges of the enemy and the 9th Ohio and this regiment at the Point of the Bayonet charged the enemy driving him from the Field and recapturing eight pieces of artillery lost by a brigade of regulars on our right. We were in the hottest of the fight the next Day engaged with a Force of three times our numbers. At 3 p. U. We retired in perfect order to a More advantageous position which we held against repeated and desperate attacks until after dark when the engagement ceased. The number engaged in our regiment was 350, out of which our loss in killed wounded and missing was 191. Of the Twenty two non commissioned officers engaged eight were killed and four wounded. 1 ours truly e. P. Hammond major 87th ind. Vols. Big hot Jbv both bbl Imbt. List of killed and wounded in the 87th regiment Indiana volunteers in Tho engagement of the 19th and 20i,h of september 1863, near Chattanooga killed adjutant Fredus wounded Sergt major Isaac n Mccasky in thigh severely. Company a. Killed Sergt Elijah w Israel Matthew p Hopkins. Wounded Sergt Charles Piatt slightly in wrist Corporal Henry Parker severely in Groin Thos a Crocket severely in leg we h Gwin slightly in Arm John e Caudle severely in thigh g w Buchanan slightly foot Hiram w jacks burned by turpentine Shell severe Franklin f King severely in leg John Obenchain slightly in foot Wilber p Fatman slightly in Arm John d Timmons slightly in leg. 2, wounded 11. Company Killed capt Geo w Baker Jacob Evans Maluff Williamson Alexander c Waters Lewis h Griffiths. Wounded sergeant s Nichols severely in leg John May severely corp David Bach ten Kircher slightly in head James r Holmes slightly in shoulder Robert w Budd severely in Abdomen John Cappis slightly by limb of tree Henry m Cory severely we Copeland severely in legs Horatio Dye severely in leg Aaron Holman slightly in Arm Geo w High severely in breast Cornelius Hurley slightly in hip Edward Kirkham severely in shoulder Jas widget slightly in Arm Isaac Rector slightly by splinter of rail John w Stevens slightly in thigh Hugh Smiths Virely in Side and leg Thos t Shaffner slightly in shoulder we w Tibbets slightly in Arm Leonard Wilson slightly in Back. Total killed 6 wounded 20, missing 2, vis Jerry g h ankle John Hodges. Company c. Killed second Lieut Elisha Brown Sylvester Edwardr William Haskall Milos c potty. Wounded capt Milo d Ellis slightly Side Berg Benj f Bower we h rus Burn slightly in leg corps Chas Wallick slightly in hand and John Stoney Beverly in lege Henry Conrad slightly in shoulder David w Detamore severely in Arm Jas g Foss slightly in legs Benjamin f Berry slight la in hand Geo w. Berry severely in Arm Irvin Hutchinson slightly in leg Isaiah Newby slightly in ankle Jacob Wissinger severely in neck we Wickler severely in Side we Demuth slightly in hand Dan 0 c Marine slightly in hand. Missing we h Hawver. Total loss killed 4 wounded 1� missing 1. Company d. Killed Cut Lewis Hughes Serg Jas Osborn corp we ewer Frank m Smith. Wounded Serg David c Shelton so Ray in neck corp we h Moon Bev Ray in leg Kline b Wilson slightly in Arm we cols a rely in jaws Jos a Collins slightly in la Hervey h Moore slightly in thigh David Moore slightly in Arm we 01ivr, do Betsij f Porter slightly in legs Chris Rice legs Levi m therow slightly in 0>mpang f. Killed John House.wounded�?2d Lieut Jos h Beeber severely in legs be rfcs Albert g Pugh slightly by tree top and Clement h Clay severely in thigh corps John Roth severely in neck Jas l Mcmahan severely in Eye and Isaiah d Webb severely in Heel Jas j Babcock slightly in leg we Farry slightly in thigh Simeon j Frear severely in ankle Alfred l Goodrich slightly in thigh Peter Huffman severely in hip Jonathan Robbins severely in neck Harrison Stotler severely in Arm Joseph b Taylor severely in leg Harper Rodgers slightly in Arm Jonathan Clay severely in Testicles. Total loss killed 1 wounded 16. Company g. Killed�?1st it s d Martin lat Sergt Salmon e Harding privates Henry Baker John Garner Michael Gil Foyal a Laipert p Mccarty Amos Prince m Pointer John Rody Philip Barberton. Wounded Sergt Geo to Urquhart slightly in Side Chas Smitzer severely in Knees corp John Carmell slightly in head privates l Allen slightly in Side w Billman slightly in Arm a Cosgriff slightly in hip a Colo severely in lungs e Lightfoot severely in legs m lock Good slightly in Arm Martin Young severely in lunge John Dowd slightly in Side. Missing corp Joseph Cherry privates m Roach j Siddles. Total killed 11 oui Doi 11 missing h. Killed Eugene Pratt John a Turner. Wounded corp Jas Kavanaugh slightly in head privates John b Armentrout slightly in hand Alonzo Pilcher severely in breast Samuel l Steele severely in Arm Hugh h Steele severely in Arm Pope c Weed slightly in Arm William a Brown slightly in knee Elias Westheffer slightly in leg David fires slightly in Arm John st Ledger slightly in Arm John w Bowman slightly in Arm we. Muic Ber slightly in Side. Total killed 2 wounded 12. Company i. Killed�?21 Lieut Abraham 0 Andrews privates a Coder Cyrus Hicox. Wounded lat Lieut we b Biddle Serg t Elihu m Billings slightly in leg d c Mccollum slightly in neck o m Sabin slightly in hand a j she wit severely in thigh Geo Protsman slightly Arm j mat Sulf Side slightly s Carr slightly head l m Lowe slightly leg Geo f Heald slightly hand j h Hathaway severely Side. Missing a p Smith. Total killed 3 wounded 11 missing 1. Company k. Killed capt Jamea m Holiday Sergt l Simpson privates Peter Balder Peter Hen Inger. Wounded�?2d Lieut Lyman b Crosby severely Arm sort we h Deacon severely Arm corp John Winstine severely face and breast Edwin Maloy severely shoulder w Currin severely neck Lawous Leslie Arm slightly privates John w Aldrich slightly hand Henry j Ashley severely leg we h Bulla severely Abdomen Peter Fleming severely leg Adam Hecathorn severely leg John Jones severely hip Jacob h Keifer severely John g Mauchmar severely leg and hand Nathan f f Russ severely Arm Benjamin Smith severely leg Geo e Long slightly hand Barloa w Long slightly hip Bradford Variper a sorely legs. Total killed 4 wounded 19. A capitulation. Killed40 woundeil.142 missing.8 total loss.190 Graves of Indiana soldiers Philadelphia penn., sept. 14, 1863. Hon. 0. P. Morton governor of Indiana bib i enclose your excellency a list of the Indiana soldiers who fell at Gettysburg a whose Graves Aro designated by bomb Mark the location of which May be found by application to or. Frey of Gettysburg. It is proposed to remove these bodies to the National cemetery Whon the grounds Are finished if not Provo ugly removed by their friends. I visited the lot of ground which has Beon purchased by the Stato of Pennsylvania a few Days since and found it beautifully situated in the rear of the present cemetery commanding a splendid View of Tho Valley the town and Tho Battle Field. A Moro fitting location could not have been selected As a meeting place for the Remaina of those Brave men who fell in that great Battle. In the plan submitted to the executives of the different states i notice thai it a proposed to place the number Only on the gravestones of those Whoso names Are ascertained keeping a Register of the names corresponding with the number on Tho Stone. I would Rosec fully suggest that each Stone have the Soldier s name in full with Tho company and regiment to which he belonged to that the Many thousands who will hereafter visit this place May be Able to designate Tho Graves without reference to the Register. The additional Cost of this will be but trifling and surely no one will begrudge the Money thus spent As a slight Tributa to the memory of those Brave defenders of our country. I have the Honor to remain your of t Eert Rob t r. Cuckson Indiana state military agent. List of names of Indiana soldiers whose Graves Are marked on the Battle Field of Gettysburg David Diffenbaugh 8lh regiment c Shou Alton company a 27th e Holt company a 27th j Williams company a 20th we Tillotson company i 14th corp s h a company 1,14t,h h e Ponne company i 14th Chas big Ely company a 19th we hover company a 19th r Clark company a 19ch Alex Rourke company a 19th Berg t Ferguson company a 19th j t Jones company a 19ih Hiram Conklin company a 19ih Serg t Dougherty company a 19th Lieut c y East company a 19th Barg t Winet company a Isth Thaddeus Hunt company a 27th Geo Bales company a 27th Jesse Ells company a 27th m r Lewis company a 27ih j d Lynn company a 27th, James Chapman company a 27th we h Wilson company a 27t.h e m Knight company of 27th d f David company a 27th j p Fletcher company g. 27th Serg t g w Batchelor company a 27th Thos j Lett company a 27tb, John d Noble company a 27th j Robinson company a 27th or 7th we h Dunn company a 14th Eli stalled company a 27th Peter Nimphie company a 27th Levi c Antrim company a 27tb Bergt e Turnoy company a 27th Daniel e Colvin company a 27th c r Reddick company of 20th Serg t Lamb company a 20th \ Philip Bussard company a Soth y Berg t j a company a 74th Daniel g Wright company a 20lh Silas Upham company a 19th Chas e Washer company a 27th Jas Richmond company a 20th Welsey Smith company a 20th Amos d Ashe company a 20th John Salger company a 20th corp Walker company of 82d a Sulgrove company a 19lh Jesse Smith company a 3d we y Ryland company a 7th in Nice company a 20th. Stare in foot Bly Streng a a a re in in had John Wright. Slightly in la David 0 01itr, ser rely in thigh and Arm. Total loss kill a 4 wounded 14. Company e. Killd-3d Lient Franklin a a in to Simon fall Aaron fall Robt Tribett. Wound Odd Berg Jonah ozarks to rear in Arm and breast John n Gart re a rely in hip John w for is or by in had Leo h Bip Linfor slightly in had blowhard b Linning 8vrely in thigh John w Bush Ster by in Side Rob it Smith slightly in Arm alias b Starr slightly in car Jas h Thomas John f a Al Sll Thuy in foot Waltor f Boap is to to in Froin. Mib bang orlon Smith. Tot Ollom Xiu add would my 11 1. Bib Thomas la Pooh aged 72, yen Torday morning. Or. A uproar Wai a native of Yorkshire Sig and came to the United 8tat�a in 1822, and settled in incl Anapolle s8 years ago. By Konefat Industry he Aco emulated a Hind Somo for tue and retired some years past front Active Bonsi Ness. He was noted a an upright citizen ready to Ais it the worthy who needed meant and had a beat Ever open to the wants of the poor. Hii funeral will take place from the residence of Hub on in Law Jacob 8. Walker eaq., North of the City on Illinois Street at 2 o clock p. H., sunday next. Wanted a Young Man with Somo expo Rio co in a dry goods store who writes a coed hand andean come Well recommended. One who understands Book keeping would to preferred. Address i. O. Bex no. 11, Danville ind. Oct2 d2t Jour. Winners. R o of the bid Job. Tinnbb8 will find steady work at Good wage by immediate Appu Cai Ion to Al Kinson it Abl and oot Ludlw la Ayette Ini. Strayed or stolen rom the 8�Tb80bibib, on Rork ill Bois on if odday bight fore x strut Indiana Olla ind., o few tember 31st, uses a Bay horse Lane a both Are feet shod All round Whit on the fact Aad nose of a Whit blah Loet % Lull scar on the left Side. I will five ton Mian for Hii Appiah Yoslon or Dellvera. Otom Lobai a Mealii ii . Auction Sale. A bibs i Shiing to in Schasa a Good hone it buggy harness or a Spring Wagon at a bargain will Bear in mind that. W. Bubb0w8 will Aell several to 11 o clock at auction. Bale Poal tire without Reserve. Ca 3b Xgo Bowen Stewart amp co., have Joat received a new Stock of Quot Gold pxn8.&Quot they will by receiving new Lota every few Days. Photo graph albums the largest and finest Stock in the City a at b0w1�on, 8tbwabt a co 8, no. 18 West washing ton Street. School books and paper. Merchants baying at wholesale Grill find the largest and cheapest Stock in the City at Bowel Stewart amp co b., cct.3 to. 18, West Washington Street. Proposals Foi Board and lodgings. , Indiana oct. 3,1863. Sealed pb0p0sal8, to be opened at 12 o clock m., on thursday the 6th Day of october 1e63 Are invited for for Niehing for three months on and after the 7th of october 1863, for Board and Lod Ringa to United states recruiting party and recruits stationed in this City. A written contract will be made and an Focient Security required for its faithful performance. The amount for Board and lodging will to stated separately. The present number of men to be subsisted is four. This number May to diminished or added to from time to time. Bids Are to be endorsed on the envelope Quot proposal a for Board and Login gtd Quot a. All bids Are to be addressed to Lieut. B. Zomba 7th a 8. Inf., oct st Boc Ruiting officer Indianapolis ind. Sealed proposals. s u. 8. A., 1 Indianapolis Indiana october 2, 1863. J sealed proposals will be received at this office until 10 o clock a. M., on saturday the 10th Day of october 1863, for ten Thott Sand 10,000 bushels bar Corn. Ten thousand 10,000 bushels Oats to be delivered at the government forage House in Indianapolis Indiana. None but Woll filled clean Oats and sound Merchantable Corn will be received. One third of each to to delivered in thirty 30 Days. One third % in sixty 60 Days and balance in ninety 90 Days irom Date of contract. No bid will be received for less than five Hundred 500 bushels Corn and five Hundred 500 bushels Oats. Payment made on completion of contract. Jambs a. Ikin oct2 did a. Q. M., u. S. Army. By wkly amp Martin Beai estate brokers and auctioneers peremptory Sale of fifty City lots it Litot Loxy on monday october list it i at two o clock p. Oil the prob risks. These lots Are situated Aii squares Northwest of Tho governor s Circle North and West of Black Ford s addition fronting on North Douglass Blako. Ellon and Centre streets in out lot no. 159, and in a Section of the City that is rapidly improving. The loss ire High Aad dry and Over looking the City and Are very do sizable Fob private beside nobs and the terms upon which they Are to be sold Are within the reach of amp vory cup. Plato of the premises and ill particulars can to had at our office. Term of sale�?25 Cash at the time of Sale and 610 a month with interest unt i paid. Wiley amp Martin ocl2 Damp Wtipil ocl2 Beal estate brokers. Robert Clarke amp co. Ii Toi Israr Auti o., have in pbe8s 3bx of Isle Teri six s Indiana practice. The Phac Tich of supreme and circuit courts of the state of Indiana in civil. Casks. By George a. Bicknell a. Lit., judge of the second judicial District and professor of Law in the state University. 1 vol. 8vo Aften ten years use aided by the rules of court by the Discua Eions of counsel by the learning of the supreme court and by legislative emendation the code of practice introduced by the Bevl sed statutes of 1862 Bai attained snob client certainty and consistency to be a fit subject for systematic consideration. In this Book iof practice the author take a View of the jurisdiction of the Courta in Lvii causes and of the Jody e8, clerks sheriffs and attorneys so far As their duties in civil causes Are concerned he after Ward states the proceedings in the management of civil causes in general from by ginning to end including the practice in causes appealed to the supreme court and in causes appealed to the circuit court for. All inferior tribunals and finally the practice in particular cases and in special and summary proceed Ings s stated and it Haa been the design of the author throughout to How net Only what the Law a and what ought to be done but also How to do it and when to do it. Robert Clarke co., Law publishers oct2 Damp wow Cincinnati Ohio. To contractors. Sealed proposals will be received by the common Council on monday october 12th. 3863, for cleaning nil Boul dered streets and alloys la Tho City. All that portion of the City lying East of the East line of Pennsylvania Street embracing the Eastern District and All that portion lying West of the Oast line of Pennsylvania Street em1 a bldg Tho Western District. Bid to be Given for cleaning at to much per Square for each District so often Ai the common Council May deem proper Between the months of october 1863, and april 18g4 All Earth and filth on streets and alleys to become Tho property of the contractor after such work Haa Beon awarded and contract approved by Tho com Mon Council. John m Kemper Street commissioner. Indians polio october 2, 1863. Oct2d<s w d m Adalmer by amp Schb the world a bin owner i planet Reader and physician can be Conan Ted by letter the same As if called upon personally. The Madame gives full and Correct information of the past present and Futino absent friends or Belat Ivea and health sickness or death. Those having Orienda in the army can know their Fate whether it be Honor promotion and a Safe return Home and their present condition ibo. All persons having any chronic Dia Evans would do Well to address the Madame. Address Fla Dame Blanche Muncie Delaware co., ind., enclosing one Dollar and a Correct Date of birth. To get news of friends in Tho army Date of enlistment required. All letters of inquiry must contain 10 cents to Iuenure an answer. Oct dlw.w2w ?. 1 e 2.91 18 8.75 acres. 14.23 18 8.75 acres. 14.23 a a 11. A.8e area. 13 78 s 10 8.01 acres. 11.15 a is 9 3,70 area. 1228 g 8 7.61 Acra. S0.33 s is 7 4,c0 area 16.22 s 6 3.02 Acrea 9 50 6 2,&i area 3�0 s 4 t.i>8 area. 7.39 s 5� s Lri area. 7.09 o i 2 2.01 area. 7.84 e.s7 area 5 61 goods Colfo Bation Libe. To Btu ble flour mus. In Jim. St Mats Giro i a girl Isoif Priori said full Deeverl Poloa of Miil in Bmat a Chi stub fran Roii burrs Oord 9iix<lis, Boi Tibio Ohio that Addrena 1. A. Nod Tel oct 1 Daw till Leo at by ohm and. Ind. Embroidery by Wmk Jvn of on Tbs gb0yibbakbb8bwina seem allot on both a idea or doable lock stitch it 81 weat Wahington Street incl Anapha. Aep29d6t mib8 Ola a Britt but Votice of administration. Yetk the nude rained heating been appointed to cd Iii water upon the a Arete of Larmel my Taggs to Doe aged Call upon Ell Persona having Calina Aga iut the estate or knowing theme Lam to be indebted the mid state to it i prasent their claim for it element mini Ray to Tapir to B. Bitont. It no. weat . 8dd Satim la wid to be Wlms. 0.b,bi0�ot, hat Meta Goat. . A the plat of the above Lota do not give the exact Shapo of them. A Creek Runa along the East aide their whole length. Sea engl Naer a plat at he Kerman a Pierce a office. W e will sell at auction on the a bpm. Uses at 2 o clock october 5th, forty three acres of excellent Bottom land for cow pm tire in parcels of from to 6 area each to Salt purchasers lying at the Northwest Cornar of the City limits bounded on the East by tall Creek and on Ihu but West by Quot Indiana Avenue. This ground being Bottem land will produce More grass on one acre than can be produced on two area of up Laud. It is a so Well applied with Stock water each it extending Back to fall Creek thereby Mak log it peculiarly Val Unble for the purpose to those living in that Pait of the City Tab mss one third c3i>h, and the Bahai be in sixty Days with inter so on de erred payment oct Tillo cts Mckernan amp Fis Bce agent. J. W. Toliu Ltd. 7. R. Holi pairs. , wholesale grocers a Andt 110.72 East Wajs Hington Street Indianapolis ind. A a Watt in store a Large eat Well a elected Toek of Al Oro Meriea to Whilt Tho a Stoa Job of Olty us country dealer is invited. Oct s d6m Watriss . Of watches clocks or jewelry in the most App Ovid ittle and on Moat Liberal terms and ail work warranted. Go to no. 18 East Market Street North of the Post office. T. Dihab proprietor Octley Indianapolis ind. Pm Geon ii Ole table for 8ale. A new Pigeon Hole table for Aale cheap for Saab by j03. Deshler a 00., actor Saloon North Penc Sylvania Street. Sepso d4t Bate House Loab stand adjoining the office Haa a Holce v apply of the Best Cigar Branda of imported cigars Alao fancy Wooda. Aap29 dl6t wanted a mob to drive government Teama. Pay $30 m v w or month and rational. Any one getting 30 men will get Wagon Numar a place. Cali on me at the California Hotine near Union depot. 8ept29 d6t jambs x. Hillsb. Iff m 0 a Hulti my. The Harp of or Dah a collection of sacred and Seniar Nalo for Thoira jux Schoola in Apical convention a Bocie Tiea and Home Circle by l. Of a Merton author of the Quot Golden Wreath Quot Quot Sabbath Harmony Quot a a Book embracing every variety of Choice manic adapted to the Capaci Tiea of All Grad i of Al Gera though published but a few Sontha Lance it Haa a a ready been used by twelve musical convention a and nearly All the leading convention in the United state Are electing arrangements to do a the of Blanc Aea Aon. Thoira and the Techera Are rapidly adopting i because Thev a an and no Book canal to it la every requirement desirable in Inch a work. By Zeimen Pace 20 Tinea will be sent Ivee to any one on Apple lob. Price of the it it habr or Judah Quot Al per Ebay f9 per dozen. Olive a Ditson a co., fab Lahera m Washington Street boat on Apao Fis duly wholesale boots and shoes. It in Tomb Stout building opposite Union depot North aide a now filled in every part boots a Isar it shoes a Large part of which were made to order Fez Pratali for on Trade. No bettor Stock or greater Tarley or More reasonable or Lea can be toned in the weat us a a to Butra Siml we claim to be ahead. We Iitto the special attention of those who lab to Bay Good took at fair Perloca to our work now in at Ere. U. 0. Mathew co., opposite Union depot. A a my lad. Mjg. Ruji Seu trim a and Pera beatly a Urac d of Torch and la Sil thar Brau. All die area of the the not and Langa and All Dimemm vol of anally Aoma Pany or Are a lab the ter Laal in Oon adaption. By Perneace Ahoi that Nealjr ill who to of con. Hanpt Len might be Mimi by proper . Or. V. Ten rarely motor a Alia to eare a hit Hollad Belaef had Medle ated tap Ora Are m Karai pm a Tea or Are prompt and allame a Thair Aetola. Thom blah bag a a Latona of to Nee am Ara nope old itally Rafer Rad to to ii Atlanta la Tua of him a Spaak for Therna Alvea. Oon ablution Mboag Boot a. A Balsa Boa a. ,. Am Dow a Takt lib. Mise Stock it Riffi. At Baldwin s wholesale and retail Gre it far Loti of Ivo. 6 East Wash Dirton 8t. Ladies amp. Misses hosiery ribbed Plain and Balmoral. Men s and boys hosiery vary size and Quality. Head dresses and nets now and elegant styles. Hoop skirts and corsets Best goods in the City. Rich dress trimmings All the new styles. Elegant embroideries in Cambric and Swiss. Rich real laces Point Valencie sea Guipre. Balmoral skirts for ladies and misses. Bonnet ribbons All Tho Tiew shades. Zephyr enit hoods ladle misses and Infanta. Erbby vab1k�t of Fini knitted goods. Such As ims Kiin. A has Woolm Yaris of Quaker manufacture. Woolen tarns Fin Cashmere and Eastern. Undershirts and drawers men s and boys a All Price. Under vests and drawers ladies and mib sea a Story Quality. Negligee travelling shirts fifty different Hau. 8ta�� w. Milit. Saturday evening october 3, 1863, will be presented the Fine play of the corsican Brollier. Danoux Ibish 7. Mob Boxil. To Oon Conde with the Glorina comedy of t o o a it x Neo Soalt of pb10x3. Dream Circle and parqnette.,50 cents. Lady and ,.76 Quot Bach additional lady,25 Quot oallery.25 Quot All be erred seata.60 Quot private boxes 4,co ave door open at 7 o clock. Sartain will la at 1% Precia by. Box office open from 10 o clock a. Tiu la o Elock h. Monday night Flat appearance of the charming artiste. Mia so Lyle Sto air. And the Etc Spiric come Dian or. Chaa. Barraa. Oct3 masonic Hall. For six ivioht8 Only. The exoelsiorpm0ram1�oft1war will be exhibit cd at the elclxx9 comm Nina monday september a8tli, Oon Tinnina till saturday october 3rd. This Immy Nib Panorama covering Over 6,000 feet of Oan Raa showing the Prog Reaa of this the greatest of Wabs from the bombardment of fort Sumter under the Gallant major Anderson to the capture of by the army of the Union under the famous major general v. 8. Grant Thia wonderful piece of Abt re Plato with tronti Ful and life like picture a and abounding in the Moat startling mechanical effects gives the beholder an exact representation of All the great b a. T a 2l. E s3 and moving incident by Ltd flood and Field Quot of Thia the Moat wicked of Wara Wagon to overthrow Tho Best of governments it is the joint production of the two Moat eminent anti Sis i Tho West Sawa Wtulick and t. S. A pronounced by critics to be the roaster production of their magic pencils and Haa received the highest in co Miama of the Presa during the Progress of Ita painting. Neither Haber Arter expense Haa Beon spared by the proprietor during the twelve months of its paint ing to insure Ita an priority Over All other of this War. The above combined with Good Mcsloy and a Cote per tent lecture will give Tho audience a idea almost approaching reality of the Battles aits bombardments la which every Indiana family has a representative my Home and see How your fathers Brothers and Aona make Way for Liberty. A matinee will be Given this afternoon at % a clock for the accommodation of children and schools. Of Hildren is Metis. Liberal arrangements made with schools see the agent at the Hall. Admission26 cent doors open at 7 o clock. Commence at to 8. Sep28 it Browning amp Sloan dr�o6gists, no. 22 West Washington Street h Indianapolis ind., ave in Stock and of fib Fob Sale. At lowest Cash figures 1000 ounces quinine 200 ounces sol. Cinchona 60 a a morphine 100 bus. Chloroform 200 lbs. Iodide Fota Eha with a fall Stock of Fine Ohe Micala fluid extracts and All the new preparations of the Day. In Druga a offer 10 bbl. Castor Oil 8 cases ext. Liquorice 2 casks Olive Oil 2 cases gum camphor 100 Kega sep. Carb soda 10 bbl. Epsom salts 600 lbs. Cream Tarter 10 bbl. Sulphur with a full Stock of fresh foreign and Doma Atic Donga mad Cinea and chemicals. A of a kegs pm Abb Wal Ltd Lead. 0 bbl. Linseed Oil 10 bbl. Tarnia Hea 10 bbl. Benckle 10 Zaaka Tollow ochre a Zaaka venetian bed with a Large Stock of paint varnishes onto leg of Ali kind Glennd in Oil and dry for Sale at lowest Algurea bib Bbown Ino 4 Sloan s. Gloves gloves gloves gloves gloves of love of Loveit varieties. Soo varieties. For Fob for ladies misses Gentul boys Zephyr worsted. 1,000 if. Of my two Buffis. 2000 in Oise Benoal and made As 1�. 6 casks ombre madder 10 bbl. Alum 60 bbl. Chip logwood 10 bbl. Copperas Logon its so. Logwood 6 casks oud ear 26 bbl. Want Wood 3 casks Bloh. Potty 86 bbl of Natl 3 casks lao Dye 300 lbs. Cochineal Honduras with a full Stock of All kinds of Dye woo arts stuffs to which the attention of dealers comm Era and a called a we of prepared to a All a Low As the same i Waikiu of article can a shia Niit in by Market Coal Oil aril lumps. N Boi with a Largo assortment Ofa of l i Noys. Shades Wick and Coal Oil Flat urea of All kinds at lowest figures at Browning a Sloan s. Rubber goods of every description. Fine cutlery. Trav. Baskets. Child s chairs. Baby wagons. Baby 04b8 Fine pipe. A travelling bags. Fine pur8ks. Elegant fans. To i m this Aid in tar Navy at to fancy Baz Aba a a. A Lut j. Basis Trilli a a a a brushes brushes Oak paint and vanish bus has m w �11 brushes Saab tools to Rob shoe Horae hat cloth and hair Brash a a of All kinds at lowest Flag area at Bbown Ino Sloan Glass. Raa b0xb9 window Glass of All Aliean v w Arm 8x10 to 38x60 at lowest figures at Bbown Ino a Sloan 8. spices. Cinnamon Mack Gin gab Dlo Tbs all8pi0b, hut boy pop pub. A plea of All Klada in re ground and a at Bbown Ino a Sloan s. Pomade per timely and toilet articles. Alabab a8 8 0btm1nt-Ba�in a Libla a Olenn a and Wright s perfume Lea hair Oila Ermadea Fri Bax it a com Erica. Toilet Artl Clea in great Rar lety with a line aaa orment of fancy article at Browning a Sloam s. Borasio Hedi Oines. Of exotic bpm dibs with All the concept rated preparation a a full Toek Teah and a nth at _ Bbown Ino a loan 8 drag st a 60 casks Ltd Zaaka Sal Sada i Zaaka soda aah. Vor Aale by Bbown Ino Sloan. Poke vim m bum Varain s pub bit whisky a a Para Catawba Wlada a pm a Tarli Fem to waited. A ooh to till mis want by tax Rrapi i Quot Quot

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