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INDIANA, P A , J U x \ E l l 18G2 PAPSON BuowNLOvr'q BOOK --This much looked for book has made its appearance -It fully answers expectation in matter and typography A W Kelly will let you have a copy for $1,25--cheap as dirt fi^-Persons having Tin Ban to dispose df would do well to notice the advertisement of \ K Bicder, in ano'bcr column Notice also tlie advertisement of loung blood , Smith and that of E SiNgrver EELTGIOLS --Rev George M Elhanev will preach at Diamondville on the 4th Sabbath of June, and on the oth Sabbath of Indiana Rev Mr Hence will preach in the Lot! or ian church m this borough, on Sunday, a m , June 29th D I F D ^ C V M P -- W e nre pained to learn thatSergt R M Mitchell of Company L , llth P R C i» dead lie duel of sickness in Hospital Some of hia contributions ha^e heretofore appearelm the MES«IAGLII and other papers DEMJSTFT--Dr A J Jncl =on, Burgeon Dentist, may be f ounu at h 3 rooms in the Indiana House, from the 10th to the 20th c f each month The Doctor is prepared to put up teeth in wholf or partial c tt«, to «uit cases, m } ulcamte or anj other stjle dc=ireJ F r i M \ r i Eire TIO --The Pepub ican Pri mnry Election vrill be heUat the se\eral elcc tion phces on S \ T L R D U , the l l t h day of JI\F, between the hour^ of _ and 7 o c ock p m , in tne townships, and i and T p m , in Ihe boroughs in the county The re urn Judges will IT eet at the Court House in In diana, on l u c ^ d a j the 17ti of June TIFF ATI \wi MOMTIII --Tl is excePent monthly has 1 cui awaiting a notice Jui t u o we«ks The Tanuarj number contunc firti c l e s b y j G f l u t t e r , J I Lo^el P r j f Agassi?, \iice Cam, II irmt T i e s c o t t T 1 Aldnch a n l others It is i f i s t r t e r u n "ber Ct it nd sec for joursth i TJIF II v r r i - s n iir IFI EC \ r ir --Tl is is -one of the ^ e l J best d nh papers m the ^tate The roornn 0 edition \\liicli read es here -U noon contains as I r t e news a the E f'burg «Ycning papers of the same d u Its tele graphic ne^= ia i t r j full In f i c t i t full} u j to tlie time Hei y II 11 ib Ji^tnt fjr I n J i ana Ir ce ·= \ cents pei ^ e e k HOJ f 1 ^ ( -- M r I n " - t i e H r=e Tnraer is in oui nuJ=t He r m r o s tame the most uii'-u!,) h o i = c nn 1 ci t e I cm in a few m i n u t e s of n} b\l 1 il Is Vc witne^ed one of hii feats the other d 13 in front of the ( o u r t Ilou^e ml nn t « 3 1 e succctde 1 complete I \ I I e h r e 1 elo i c 1 n J tines M N e i in 1 lu ul 1 not stai 1 w h k t e ing m o u n t d Mr T i ee c ni[ l e t \\ ma t i t ! i n d e n t e d him He t i n t v him d v.n ] i m p ed on him put 1 H h t o\ci his eu ^" ] i ^ ILIS vrlnp, i n d u c t tlie h M e \v is d cile a 1 * i pet l a m b Mi 1 il c ( r r c j (s to t ue Ii i g t o n e \\u ] ill II ne I 1 1 ^ ^ "*· c l i e c a ^ s tl it "N U 1\ i m c u i t ] n spfnni --n r i o t ei m n n 1 AV! p \ e i pretu Os i i i ml «_, l i e i M e l CH d u n u ( ( u i t u 1 i\ 11 v c m j t ni rue tioi s in 1 is V i t f r f ^ e Io i s LlTT} 1 1 f T U v I - \ L, 1 L i p fore us letters froi J M I i i c i 1 ii t \ A d t i r , of Co Jv ' Kt r inn it f th i fi lends UK \ u c t ( t l v ev u 1 t j ei n ·al mutters ind ! -.t f t iMel n 1 u 11 L 1 Mr Bruce n enti r s ? n n tne i _, nc k u t which nell t\h 1 it 1 - t e u i i t u \ » n il Ea^s, I i \ n s \ c n i ) e i l e n 11 e n pi i t e but! t u i n e I tl t, · 11. an 11 i* t u ot !i i-the rel els--wiUi n *u\ rod of tl c ubel re^i ments I was a s t c J l v a . 1^0 n le 1 m a n AVe took their amis from t h e m nul m irelie I them to can p M r \ h r s m g ' ^ e a r - n e l o n t h e f I I about j o clock at:d were engine I }\ e u e i e in fallen limber a n l 1m J a p e r e l incc f il ·vm,' his twin brotl er ' h a J fire 1 Hit a feu rounds before a ball enter 1 ] U b t a j o \ c tin left eje, coming out n e a r ] is i gl t d tr 3112 Stand making a bid n o i n l ] ' · t u l u i t h i s o m e t j r r * wlleh w e w e i ^ (' en 1 ick was stil breathing b a t c i ^ t h i hn «pint las fled to the other v o i l d *· I made my e cape and bro iglit J o h n M Ca \» ey to camp who was woun IL I in t] IL arin We would 1 ke to gi\e more PI. j act , but space will not allow LIST o r l M i i F i M) M o i M r D -- T h e fol lowing is the official list of 1 illed w o u n l e l and missing m Comoany V,t 1st lleg 1* "\ ,as furnished l \ \djutant Miller Company A Captain Ciepps from In liana county went into the engagement with rank andfile, 72 pnvatea A ilU /--George U c a v er, corporal, A B McQuown Benj Neal C \V Cessna, John Short \\ m Donaghue, E Fairbanks, 0 Ellis TFounded- 1 t lieutenant Jno Tollock, 21 Lieut G W LraJy Sergeant A T Lrewer Corporal Lew Brady Pmatca Vi 1 Pierce John G Allison « I=anc Dn ly II Lradj J TV Brewer J L Crawford M M DIMS D A Lukebardt J M ^loorc L Richards J Boger, J D Spencer M m Schiffer J II Xtork, A "Roller F Donaghuc, G B Mott Thoa \nderson Hissing - - L P Rol and, Serg t, Kmter, private lOoTII TtFSIMIM COLO'NFL i[ K M G H T *ff« have not received an official report We publish the lut so far ns learncl, of those killed and wounded in Co F, Captain Kirk, and Co K, Capt Thompson Those who have friends in any regiment will proba bly hear from them by letter sooner than through the paper Killed - Co K, C S Adair Ruot Pattison, J T Silvis Wounded Co E, Capt Thompson John MGaughey, Thos Hud path John Pothel, John IVIiller, George Snyder, B M Clwa no John Boden, Isaac Aliller, Jonn £ wither, Jos Anderson, Samuel Lj dick Co F Capi Sirk, 1st Lieut Geggie, 2nd Lieut Baird, James O'Bnan, B C Spence r, Geo \\ Hoo ver,* George Hall, John C Bnen We shall publish a fuller list as soon as a reliable one can be obtained The l(bth suffered severely \mong the killed of the officers, were Capt Bowling, Lieut Cummis key, and Serg'ts Craig, Mitchell, Graj, Me Lean Many officer' were wounded *Died of their wounds Tribute or Respect. V meeting of the Lnited Piesbjtenan Con gicgation of Indiana was held in tne church in Indiana on M o n l a j , the Oth inst , at j 0 clock P M for taking suitab e action to e^pre s the high regaid and esteem of their bretnren in the church and community for tbe memory of Corporals Cilvm S A J a i r a n d Robert T Pattison membeis of thiscongre gallon who fell while gloriously maintaining the honor of their beloved country in tbe late s ingumar} battle near Richmond on Satiir day the jlst ultimo The meeting was organized by the appoint mcnt of John B Allison, Esq , President and U miel Lowr} Secretary After Prajer by the President of the meeting the following persons were appoint ed a committee on resolutions, -viz R C la}lor, Marlm Iv er, Geo V Simpson, John s Thompson an 1 John C Moorheid The committee reported the fol owing res Glutton^, which were u n a n i m c u s l j adopted PCS ltd, f h - t in 11 e dealh of Corporals C a h i n - i Ida r ml Robert 1 Pattison this coiif,re D it on in common with t i e whole con UILI it} mourn the loss of 11 o of our wor tl 3 aad promising j o u n g m c n i t then rel i tioi s to the Church and to «oc et3 n general to the um} of rhich th"y were shin n g o r n i meat bra\e, resolute, self feicrficmg e \ e n f o the death whj"e memorj w i l l 1 e cherish e l b} all who h u e been acquamte 1 with the high (| inhties tl Udi'-tingui'.lieJ them wheth er m the chuicli or in their public or pnvate life /' "·' 7 rimt w e ten ler to the Parents i n e n Is an I rel tioi s of the'-e T oung men so sudJei ij t il en f orn all t h a t is ce ir on enrtli oui re p c e t f u l a n d h e i r t l e i t S}mpaMnes lor t icn n p r ib e lo s an 1 tint w h i l t ming m^ c m st. n o w s w i t h t I L I I « we sh i 1 cheush the men 13 of tho^e w h r i \\\ e t h e r as mem bers ol t h e ( liurch, as tl ends is citizens or as solj ers were so e m i n e n t l y * o r t h j of af i i c l K i i ! r their pin ite \ n tuc= o r e i a t i t u a c foi their emi ici t ] ubhc services and patriot ism / hrl That a cop} of tl esc resolutions be '-e it t » he f mil e 1 - of t ic lecc ise 1 and to eacn ( f the so 1 hers }et in tbe imy of the L me l Matc-j t om tins c u 0 i gallon Purm 0 the absence of the committee Capt lien } \ l t m a n under w h o m Messr" Adan o n l l tttiscm enh-itel being piescnt an 1 be i! g requestel to ad Ires-i the meeting coin pheJ spcriK ng in h gb teims of t i e o:a\e and mini} deportment of the deceased, and p irt cu! u h oi llieir high moial °nd religious 1 e ring II e meetm 0 w s further enter t m c l u Hi mn il s n m Mr All] on ch ir man ol tl e m e e t ng Mi V T M o o i l e a l a n J o hei all ecm n 0 i n i p e el v i i l h a leep set ^e of the lo s su ime 1 in the d c i t ' i of tli c nil e i lo%cd in 1 ] i jn i nig Touu e men n l r e e i ^ tl i allh i e h i c n i o t e f i o m the '-cene ol s 11 t ic 11011 oi · oi u ir ^ e i e bcin D I i u u 0 l i t M.r3 neai to i!l of us and t h i t t i c p ^ ers of 0 d s people s h j u l d be moie fre 1 lei t in 1 fenci t tli u lie wou d direct and eoi t i u l tbe hetrts an 1 minds of men, that il s um lu il confl ct ma3 be 'peedily l i o u b h t t o i close V i c'-olution was adopted ill it the e pioccelings and icsolutionb be [ ul i 1 e I i i the p a p e r s of tli s c o u n t y ana m tl e luitil Pr i /t n of Pillsburgh \, Secretu) CANDIDATES -We last week inadvert ently did injustice to Mr T jlor by o muting Ins n a m e from the hat of Rcpub bean candidates published we therefore repubhsh the entire hat, corrected Hon JOHN COVODE STITE SENATE JAMES ALEXANDER, A WILSON TAYLOR, Maj H VERY WHITE LEGISIATURF J W HUSTON JAMES M COLEMAN PiEorsiEa A N D RECORDER WM McCL\R\ M , THOS R flIMER CoMMIbblONLR ROBERT J HOPKINS, JOILN'G THOMPSON, J V M L S SWAN, D VMEL ROBBINS. Co SlE"\E10R WM EVVISS, E PAIGE There are othei cindidatcs, doubtless, but these aic the only ones we are au thonzcd to a n n o u n c e YOHK, June 9 --Tne following dispatch hjs been received from City Point, Va 1 I have seen a copy of the Petersburg Express of the 4tl i n s t , which states t h a t a dispatch from Mobile informs them that the Union fleet had attacked Fort Morgan, having pa=sed tha-kmer bat tenes LATEST -- JCM-, llth,- General Fremont came up with Jackson a rear at Harnsonbuig, and defeated him Col Ashbj and many oth- ei rebels, and capturing great quantities of arms blankets .c COL JIcIvMMiT--This officer was at first reported killed and then as wounded We aic happy to state that he i" uninjured A ball struck his sword belt, and glazed the ckin, ]U«t enough to leaden it, but inflicting no nound A narrow e c c pe Tlic Markets. Correct d Meetly from tJe most re'iabte sourrw I \ D I A N A , J u n e 11, 1862 rtoiJR.rroni Stoic, at S5,00 to 86,50, per barrel WHEAT, Buyers are offering fiom 90 to 95c per bnsh CORN, 40c per bushel la paid for old , new ISc per bushel ears Rir Is selling a t 4 0 c OATS Is bought at 22(h)25c per bu Suite*, Fresh lolls are bought at our stoics at S c a n d sold at 8 Eijrj'i, aie bought ind sold at 7c per dozen nlt, is selling from stores at §1,75 and §2,00 per biirel Suy tr, is «o!J fiom stores, at 10 and 11 cents per pound Pine lloatdt: are bought at S5c iud sold at 9^ Si/iup Molaiics, 40, CO, 65, 70 and 72 cents per gilloi IT oo?, 40c cish TT7 ANTED 300 or JCO cords of Tan Bark, t V for which the highest price will be paid in cash by A S SII DEK June 11, 18o2 -3t RICHMOKD CAPTURED ' T HE undersigned respectfully announces to tbe citizens of Indiana and TI -*emit) that he lias lene^ed bis stock, and is now prepared to maue to order KooK and SbOCs of the best imternl that can be had m the city wnd as low if not a little lower than can be had elsewhere His shop is four doois we'-t of the Linking House, m )\att s building up -tairs a n d i m mediate opposite the Public Oirces All work promptly attended nid neitly finished S itibf ictioii rmdeied in all cases Comeone, come all II b VLISC J u n e 11, 1803-Cm BEAD THIS! TOUJCrBLOOD £· SHITE, BOOT A\D SHOE M4KEPS, ·repnred to give people ' n t s ' in the boot and shoe line, it f i r prn.es "Live and let Live:" This is their motto All woii warranted to gnc sitisfiction Their "hop may be found i few doors aboie Hildebrands Ding Stole June 11 18b2 ly A M p: J!T. boot LiriT POT i OCK --1 his brave young officer was seTeiely wounded at the battle of F u r Oils He is = a i l to hive displaced di tin guished braM-U m a hand to hnnd encoun ter with a rebel captain Ihe struggle was despeiate an I fol a time m even hilance hung hut fmdll} the gallant Lieut prc\ail ed, and nearly cut his adversary m two with his swoid fom^nTi S \ n s -- I h e pioperties adver. tired were disposed of o n F n d i y last, the Gth inst as follows Ihe farm of Vies meler Tnjlor in flhite tp , sold io A M Stewart foi ^1 j(jf) l i e lot storehouse Ve , of said Tayloi, = i t u i t e m luduna borough and occup ed by M Ounde kmter L Lo , ^Md to C C o m p e l s foi ill \\\ I e right title an 1 c aim of TV an Bo ce, to a tl act of 1 ind in L Mdhou ng tp , sold to M i r t h " II In an foi ^ ill VII the iigl t, title and claim of Blasius \ \ e i h l e to a house and lot in the boiough of ludiana, sold to C C M Clam for "581 0 Vll the other sales advertised for the above diy were eilhci paid off stayed or adjourned until luesday of t h e f i i S b week of Court DIED. On the 27th n i t , at McCartney's mills, in Aimstroug co Lizzie Ireshwater, aged 1 yeai and sis months At the same phce, June "id Miriam, wife of John F-cshwatci aged about 22 j ears In this boiough on the Gth m«t , Miss Sa rah 1 h?abeth daughter oi Dr Jas M and M U i l d i Stew irt agfd "j yrs 8 m s b dnyg The deceased had been afflicted with epilep sy for 2^ yeala iNear Cherry ree May 10th, Mrs Luemda P Vrmstrorg aged 20 years and 1 month T 'O LLILD1 ES -Pioposalsfol the election of two School Houses, in Riy le township namely school House ^ 2 near Bell s and N o T ncai bud in ne s --will be received andcontracta awaided o n f e i t u r d a v , June 21st at one o c'oek p m at t h e house of Isaac Ivmter By or'ei of the Board ROB I IHOMPbON Pi est, r GLOSSTII, Secrctaiy j4 3t T? \LCLTOR S M 1 T 1 C E -- f e t t e i s Testa -LJ mcnt n v on the I state of T O O N NOTL1 \ late of Montgomeiy township, deed having been gi anted to the undcrs,i_iicd notice is hereby given to all persons indel ted to said estate t o m a k e i m m t nate pay muit andtLose hav ng clnn s i(ri ust the aiiuc to present them to the undersigned properly authenti cated for settlement May 7 Iiw2 JOHN F ^OILEI, Ex r ' GET TEE BEST-' Y I Pi! M I N T f v S I T O ' N A B i r IT \ TTJ F for m n r y on the cor of \\ ood in 1 ^i\th streeta P i t t s h u i g Ilia r e m o d e l to tlie sp cnns l i n n ] fiont Lull ling iso 1 ) \ r o d sc wlncli has | beer fitte 1 u j in "p end d '-tjle 1 his House | has ihv i^s h id i 1 i n li rep ut it ion foi the beau j U a 11 e x c e l l e n c e ot the Hits nr 1 C ips kept bj it and w i t h tncieased I utilities it 1 npcs to i t t i n its old customeia and to I u gel v in c e se if t r i l p One of the l i r g i s t nnd best stocks of Hats 5^ Caps w i l l aluii^s be found at tl is estibhshmcnt and a t l o i \ e i pri ces than at an} other h o u ^ e in the city M a j 2 l l j A\ M P L P M I N G Pric t Hatter 'l .34.1 L 8 Ji-i I " t w t e 1 \ e put s le 1 \_n \tt entitle 1 i ir k m nt tu 11 \et to uith nze the M u t i ol ll t I ' u i n i l ben 1 urg T u r j il e 1 C t l i lu ( i t i l l pin ost a n d sta H i l t s ve i i i f i me I the M in gcrs t i l l f u t e d H i m i i l l j colkcting t h e 1 t t c \ l l a i t e' ( n th s eel fa / j/^i r, 1) me j u] i tlu ! i 1^01 s ^ ^ ^ it 1 he I i r U r t tl c c l i p 13 i ct a l i v e ml t h a t c \ t d t l i t i { \sel to c I k c t l o l l f t l t l e i o a l i 1 u l ! i i t t n 1 )i I D u n t i l the debt con Ira t e l l y tbe c m[ auy fui lep irs doue on Hie l o a 1 a i e } aiil In l e tbs nee of d rect e v i lence on the q i lion we 'v II m rely say that our t a t e m e it 1 st wcel vv is in accordance with n n r c e n t a l i o n s m ide to u s l v highly lespec n!k pai ties who thoi on(,li!y n n d c r s t i n l the f ict in tl e c se an t we b e h a v e it to be Mib t i u t i lly con t \\z be! eve tint what e v e r the p u t c n s c m i v be, the same toll has been t l e u b uce t h e repeal as h e f o i e i t -1 1 a l o u t l e p a u s done on the load -\n}l Iv v 1 o h is ti ivclle 1 it woul 1 Hugh at tl e 11 \\ 1 v it is m worse con lit on thin inv of our township roajs To collec toll on c n h a i oa 1 13 ar inpot t on an 1 an o it r i g 0 on t i e people-- i n k b tier than h i g h W T l o l o e i y H i s a t c i s t t i r ' j i ' robbery. ^\ e belie e that peo] I ought n o t t o s u l m i t to the c x i c t 01 There are legal '·emedies to be appl e I in s ieh ca e" in 1 they ought to he resorted to at once «o as to abate tho nm S" ce -The latter clause of Indiana s aiticle in w h i c h reference is nn le to ' he sclute ques tion is true W e were as much m error in one ca e us the other and not at all in either \\ e are not to blai ic for the correspondent s lack of brims a n l shall not take time at ] r c ent t o t r v to enlighten his daikened un derstand ng Our po« tion on the 'chute ques tion was and is rij't a n l nobody but an ig n o n n t p u p p v I k e I n h a n a would a t this late day in tl c fic» of proof and precedent be s 0 fool n i r l v ns to deny it Vie hare a few extracts on tin sul ect fi om the Browns v i l l e Chfirr and oil cr p i p e r s t l a t w e intend to print at some future tim" but now we can not nfford space It would require no ' 1 an tec to guess who ' I n d i a n a is Be sure he is somebody wnoae daddy or ' something ' is a Manager up the lactorj. Gen Poitcr has well followed up the bnlli mt uctoiy ol H a n o v e r Oourt House . l y d c t i o j i n g the r j i h o a d c o i n u i u n t c a i l u i s o r t h o I L U C ] S I t t u e e n liiUmioud, Cr r J o n s v i l l c JiiJ 1 rudi i idobur^ V t n r t - p o n i U n t , w u t i 14 cm the j O i l i , sajs In ToU i d i n c e filth '.iui IkCkl'an s or deis, (jdi Porter w i t h the necesairy foioc, proceeded to de t n ) t i c budges of t h e two railroad', aoi )s s the feouth Ann i l i v e r , near Ilano-er Oouit House, meet nu the forces cf the rebels, who VVLR, tng gcd on J u e » d i \ , ]ust r e t u r n i n g from Ir i r d o n s v i l t c and 1 r c d e n c k s h u i p The icbcls h i d I c l t the cari to march on foot to K i c l i m o n d , is tlie r a i l r i a d h i d been Ic t r o v c d below \ c a t c i d i y m o r n i n g G e n e r 1 A m j r ^ , w i t h a portion of hia cavilry furce wont to Ash! ind, cncoun tcring no scnous opposition, ind t h e n c e i m u c h c d to the bridge icios- the South I A n n a r i f e r , covered it w i t h t u r p e n t i n e ind 6(t it on h i e 'Ihe b r i d g e w is ncii t h, three h u n d r e d f u t long, very high, | ind an e \ t c n - n e stmcture I t w a s c o m ' p l c t i l ) destnjcd Ai. the same t i m f another fore" u n d e r I c o m m i n d of Colonel Hush, and led by Ins rtvmicnt ot l i n c c i s dc trowed the other bridge which vas live b u n d l e d and i ten feet in length and sevcntj five in hue! t Other budges on the railroad and h i c h w i j were alsj destroyed and, as was rcpoitcd upon i e t u r D i D _ to G e n e i a l M c C l c i i i n , "ev er} t h i n g w is iccouiphili ed t h ^ t vrai onlercd, and more Ihe woik is complete ' As I return to Hanover, I am surprise J to find the number of pn«onors still more increased to ncarl) 800 The number of rch"ls killed is il~o i n c r e a s f d as bodies are brought m from the wooda to the nniibcr of more t h a n 200 I m p r o b i b l e a o it may seem, the lo-i to the enemy in killed, w o u n d e d a n d prisoners, cannot be less than fifteen h u n d r e d in round numbers Congicss. Hon TOIIN CW ODE, will be supported for Congie^ it the I epublican Primary J lec- tiun Mi Covode s ible, i n d u ^ t n o u s anl f u t iful 1 ibora in Conqic^s m p i = t times, foi the benefit of h s c o n c t i t u t n t s and t h e n i t on entitle him to the support ot e v e i j pood Ik puhhtan llujpiescnt of fat ite our co intr^ nn 1 tltL publ c interests k m a n d the sen ces of men of e\pci ence, mtegrit\ an I fitness , and we lathe e th it Mr Covodc 1= n cien re sped / / c i an fir [he tniei for tl e people and foi uctory JI\M K I P L I I I I VM Jnue 1, 18t2 61atc Senate. "\trsM!s Ti irons --1 leise announce that J V M L S \ I E \ \ \ U l l l ot BlairsMlle w II be a candidate for the ofhce of Stiue Senator c i b)ect to tl e decision of the Primary Lice tion Mr Ykt aider d u r i n g the two terms he represented our county in tlie LowerHou^e pro\td liiinstlf to be an honest upright and i n l t i b t n o u s membei ind we desire to «ee him elevated to the olhte of State l^cnator ilay 21 feouni M v n o M \ r A flIISON IVIL011 will be supported as a candi 1 ite for S u i i t o i , a t the l i i n i a i } election Ihe public inteiests d e m m d the services of meu oi und -putcd integrity and htnebS M \ \ v 111 I L B U O V , S "\IMSI- FOITOR -- Pie ise announce that M.IJ l l V R i a U l l H l w i l l o e a cmd date f )r the olhce of St lie Sen ite sul ]cct to t!ie de cifaion of the Republican Plim try Election M i y - b ^ o i \ r State Lc MFSSHS \ \ i i i \ K ,JL SMITH -- Plense on nounce the name of T \\ H L ^ l O N a s a c m d i l i t e foi the State Legisliture subject to the deci ion of the Primary Llection May 11 M ^ \ \ o r m s J VMPS "\[ COLI M ^ V N mil he supported at the approaching Pi mary Llection for nom mation fot membei of Lcgisl iture Way 21 IS 1--- £©" \. correspondent m Connemaugh sends u» the following On luesday the 3d i n s t , a* M a t t h e w Elliott, Esq , who resides near Cotme inaugh C h u r c h j W a s OQ hia road to Claris burg to meet his intended, the hordes be camo frightened, near Win Coleman s, upset the carrnge, and threw Mr Elliott out, bruising hia face in such a horrible m a n n e r that he deemed it p r u d e n t to re turn home and put the wedding day off until Thursday the Oth On that day he had better success, as he wag at Clarks burg and got his better half and was wen ding his way towards Livermore te get the matrimonial knot tied by Rev Dickey, when I last saw taetn Now, I suppose, Mather and his Sarah dear Are joined m wedlock 3 bands May happiness attend them here It El lott s fill tie land ImpoiSaiit rjowi Charleston. Spiel ils to t h o Pi W of the 8th, iron) B i l t i m o r e , c o n t u n t h e fulhwing dis patches fiom l i t i ^ t lebcl pjp"r' On \ K T E b T O N , J u n e i i d -- I h e enemy's gunboats ue m o v i n g up as if to engjge our batteries Ihe g t e i t e s t excitement prevails in the citv as the gncboats are in M ^ h t at times Every confidence 13 expreo^cd in Gen G i s t s ability t o d r n e the i n v o d e i s o f f Second Dispnrli --Jure 4, a m -The enemy lus landed two thousand "trong, at James W a n d , oppo Ue the ci'y A battle took place in which the enemy were repulsed with a Io-9 of 20 men taken prisoners by the forces of Gen Gi-t I h e j will bo sent to Ttlrna i l l , immediate!} There is still h e a v j firing in that cl rection and it is rumored that a hundred more of thelankecs h a v e been cut off and captured Third Di^patih, p m --Gen Gist's last dispatch says The prisoners taken this morning report that the enemy has landed seventeen h u n d r e d strong on Bat tery Island, and m considerable force on John's Island He is now in front of me in foiee, a n d u n d t r cover of his gun boats An advance is immiment Rc^isici . Kccoidcr. WM M I L V I U N of I n d i u a Borough will be a c mdid iti for Register S. Rccoidir sulject to the decision of the Picpubhcan Pri mary Election Way 7,1802 Mrssrs FniTons --Please announce that TIlOb P. U I M L R o f b o u t h M ihomng wil be a candidate for the office of Eepistei and Recorder at the approaching Republican Pi imary 1 lection Ma; JS MINT Count] CoimmsMoiici. I hereby announce mvself as a candidate for the ofhce of County Commissioner at the Itenubhcan Pr marv Elect on If I should he n o m i n i t e d and dec cd I will endeavor to perform the dutiee of the office with fidelity ROBHIT J HOPJU\« South Mahonmg M LJ 2 8 ^ GOODS ' NEW GOODS' JOHN WEAHEE, Jr., 27, FIFTH STREET. P I T T S B T T R Q . Awarded_the xirst Premium at the UNITED STATES FAIRS KJtt THE T t T V U S 1858, 1859 and 1860 UjreartSs of 80,000 llacliines Sold in the United States ' MORE THIN 20,000 SOLD THE PAT1LAR ' W E oflcr to the public WBiCPlC! Wilson's lHi]!iOt*ii Sevs- lllir 1I:al Slijio it ic.d iced pi ices, \ v i i h i n ere iscd coiiddtncL in Us merits is tl p bcsl and most l e l i i b l e 1 unily S.vvin£ Mich nc now in u«e It se\ s cqu illy v v t l l in t t t l id est and thmcst fibncb mikes the lock slilch impossibh to u n r a v e l , w lh the essuit il id v a u t i g e of being alike on both aides foi mm" no ridge or chain on the undei bide is of Simple Construction, SPELDT IX MO 1 L MENj More DURABLE than any otter KACHIKE ^ e give full i n s f r u c l i u n s to ena ik t 1 e pur chaer to sew or Unary s o i m s stitcl 1 em r ell q u i t jr ither bind and luck ill on the same m a c h i n e i n d w i r r n t i t f o r t h i t e -vcnis Circul 113 cont un ng tf-tirnoni iN fi om 1 a- dics of t ic h i g h e s t st in lin^ L ist in l \\ c^t , gn ng prices e c w 1! be furnished gratis. on a p p l i c i t i o n in person or K y lct*er fl^T 1 Dewing M ichine \eo cs 'Mlk Twist, Cotton and Oil constant^ ou hin 1 ·\\M s t M \ r n ^ ro Teb 20 ISf T O 1111 I P v i U L -Having purchased my stock at lowest cash pr ces 1 am en iblc 1 to offer great m luccmentb to wholes i l e p u r c h is ers I r e s p e c t f u l l y i n v i t e then i t u n t i n to my =tock w h i c h is by lar the largest and most complete m the county w P iirri'ruM'xD Sign of the 1 ig Morter Ifcssrs Edilo s -- l o u will please an nounce that JOHN G rHOMP'^ of the Boiough of I n d i m a will be ft candi late for the olhce of County Commi sionei subject to the action of the Prmiuy Election Way, 7, l£(j-' CoMiiiLOn M O U R N I N G G O O D S Bombains,Delaines, 31acK Slianlft, Bonnets. 1'jints, VniK, CIoi cs, Ribbons For sale hy BUTTON Si WILSOZT camp of instruction for 50 000 men,cavalry, artillery and infantry in due proportion, will be immediately formed near Annapolis 31 d Major General Wool will comra?nd the camp, in addi tion to his duties as department commander -iffairs at Richmond are uncnanged Messrs Fililors --lou will please announce that I V M b S fc\V 4A of Washington tp , will be a candidate for the office of C o u n t y Com missioner subject 1.0 the decision of the Pri mary Election Vi VSHISGTON Maj, 7, 1812 MESSRS WFSTI VKE ^ SMITH --Please in- nounce t h a t D a N I C L R O B B I N S of Centre tp, will be a candidate for the office of County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Primary Election R V I N E May 21 1302 Count) Sunrjoi, MFSSKS FDITORS -- P U a s e a inouncc that 1\ILLIAM L^ \NS will be l can 'l late for the Office of County Survevor subject to the decision of the Piimary tleciion .May 14,'62---· CUEHRYIIII.I, MESSES WESILAKE ^ SMITH --Please announce that E PAIGE wul be a. candidate for County Surveyor, suoject to the decision of the Primary Election M^T EooK aaid Sialioncjy. F \ M I I 1 anl Pocket Bibles Prajcr Pooks II}mn Po ks Dav I s I s n l r a s ^diool Books V i n t ng Lettn an I N o t e l ipei ^ ifs Ll ink Books 1U .G .C lust r t c t i v r i a n l for sale at II1LULLIMND S rpo BLILDERS --Ihe Board of School Di X rectors oi \\ lute tp , will meet at or n"ar Geo Row s in said townsh p on the th rd Siturdav, the 21st, of June, at 10 o clock a m to receive proposals for the bull ling of one SCHOOL HOISF of Brick or Pl-nk f r a m e U 0 by 24 feet aud 12 feet high, to be finished by the 1st of October By order of the Board May 28 P, W \LLISON, Sec TTILBEBRAND S Genuine Horse and Cat XJL tie Powder is manufactmed and ''orsale hy the Gross, Dozen Package or Poun 1 on ly by fl B H I L D E B K Y N D , May 2S or his authorize! agent Acu; Goods Hisju^t rece veu a li»"ge ^nd complete 2ew Goods tfew Goofh dicu Goods Kew Goods j\«y Goods A tic Good Wiw Goodt, 31 ic Good* 2 cu Good A ii Good ~\ew Goodi, A u. Goo f j\e», Gooas J\ ic Goo(7s A'tit- Good* as'-ortmeut of Spring aad Summer r jv p ncc s Loic Prices to wliten tie ntte tion of tbe pubho i tel His stock consists in pait of DPI GOODS GRO C L R 1 3 S , U U DU V M - , II \.Tfc C V P s , ION 1SI 1^ L V Cl ^ EM B101UI R ILs ]) i^S III I VS J VLMO raN, Hose G liters e c , Tea an 1 Coffee Su gir an 1 MoUs SLS of diliLr ent quil ities and at various puces 1 ice together iMtu otl ei art c k s t o o n u J\ t Goo h 'merouo to mention Lo it, Prices Low Pric s f o u Prices T on Prucs TOP- Prices LoiPn ts f o c P r s I OIL I nc s Lam Pric t Iou Paces Lou Prtcis Ton rnct* f o i P all of Trhich u ill be ^ol 1 it pr ccs to sin*- the times Hie public ire icqucsted to call and examine uur stock in 1 ]ud^o loi thcm=chcs JOIj^ M l AMLll, Jk Indiana April 2 l^t 2 L IST OF C R I S I S «ct donn fir tunl a June lei n commencing on "Vlundaj tbe l U h d i y of June 1M _ rntbT i\i rr Com t for u c e vs 11 irt I ajlor ^ s b t i iird ^lcllolaon ";s 1 linston " ^ tr C rb tu^li % o M i n t hey I hir u il -ss I u d K^nc for ube is "M11 us S uiie ~\s S ne Lewis %s J jeiluiiJv Tcft r \3 Mo^le rYhn %s A i i u n t ? ctal Gi lif et fil TS ( i ndui 1 1 cdfoid f^r use ^ cpn c s Adm i CusTvcll s ii] pbdl s F ^ t r Mitchells \drnr %s lh 11 01 h C ib c on T.S llioni[ f-on et al D EL \INES, PEHTS, MtSLINC, DSILLS Wnolesnle and retail nt I r iv 13 ^ i l i t h I I d_'clson 1 hemp on et al S line Thompson et al I 01 renter PI ilier Kelly s me same Sowers ct al Bianthnger ·\« M J? is bi i th ·\s 1 L 1 lu ni 1 ot al v= Sii psou et itl TS \le( ( } ^s "NIcl unc ^ y lhoni[ TI et al ·v° loin =-( u it al ·\s I eitmillci -is "Mullcr ·*s Mel eetcrs vs Milki et al ^s Miller et al ·\s Lr mtliii^er D B GOODS CESEtP TOR C4SII, JAS M BURfliriLLDh *\o 72, E Cm 1th v\ M u i r l i t t s l u i J i "a 1 .iglish Grcnadecns, Pmbioidcied do Orgiudie Lawns Lavrns, T iv ilia", Ll ick M 1 , do do foi 1) ct? Tvollh 2 i , . " 1 " 2 ) " " I ' 12 ' ' 1 i ' b " ' 1 for '-"c worth SI 12 f r t,l ' ) worth M ill Sicqncs in 1 Mintill \i ch ip Mourning D e i u n t f a Cilico^ G i n ^ l i i m 1 ) t ipcs ] nib) ?ines MHV]« U I si rll n n ] 1 cbeJ mu" hrH cliPip I t i ^ I i I inen^ j u i e f i\ J l n s ! llu most itlr elKe^l c k n i t l o c i t ^ j ist l i n i n g o p e i e l i b [ l e i ) i i o r t n e n t ni 1 oloMLi,; nut witb c u u i e eick M i ) -1, ]S - STEWART CO., Vrc now rcceiv ng a laige and well selecte 1 stocl of G-roccrics, Iron, ZSTails , "Plcnv L E V H I L I t , at their ware room first loor from the kail Road whiui they sell for Keadj I'aj Onl3, at prices to suit the times Come and Seo. Vpr 12" 1° 2 «TE« \11T v CO Ts'ato of BHISON HEKEEESON" Becearoa T T ^ I I I I l V letters of Mm n trit on \ \ 1 tv ng been printt 1 to t " un k i s i g r ol, o n t i e b t i t c o f l r i b o n J l ( 1 n k i ' - n 1 tc ot B u r s v i l l e deed, all per^ i b n d n l t e l to su estat 0 are 1 erel y r( ] ic te 1 to m ike i m m e l i ite p i mcnt n n l t| .e h i v i n g c l n m s i g inst s u J estate will present them to the unlcrsigned propeily lutl cnticatcd ior settlement lOTPim 6MI1II \ ] n r tndi im May-Sth 1^12 From Gea. HcliecL's Army. Connttt Evacuated GLOSIOHS NEWS. Robert M. St. Clair, (CPrOSITE THE COtRT HOUSE) TTTOljLD be happy to have eveiy man, V man and child call and examine his stock, whe» ler they wish to purchase or not. lie keeps coistantly on hanu a variety of the fo'lowing articles Witches PI 1 Clock' Je-velrv of all styles and price" 10 cents per sett aiu upwards, Spoons f t-cm tinea iron to silver pore as com Buttei Knives fork' Themonrcteis, spectacles Goorgles, Port Mouics Pistol', ^ks Poei et Pooks Gold Pens and Pen ci t u lie Vicl s C u r l Cases Ca^ors, I o n * " Pocket Lie 1 bide Puff ind Hound C o r l s Cun c ) s IVwdei fla«k« ilur v 112 Dusting s. n shoe anl Tooth Brushes, 1 t ' c i n d l c i 1 i us "lid Folks sewing 1 n 1» I u u i e i , tmbroideniig l llton 1 Ic ^c snr Dr'l Doll Heads, lunves T i l l We- \ i t c i Cualdb and 1 i ° B o\-, ! e i l s T s If irps, Harmonicas, \ i l m s S t r u g s ] vv l i l i u d 1 o n Ic d a i l s ,t c pencils blltes, P us \eeel e= fcteclkni ngNccd^^ Crotchet Needles Uotl es and I I u i 1 n« Lills ble= I i c t l 11 g l m « P tt'cs \\uistle« P mis M itch s ife- 1m IVicelainandChiu» l o v - C i j.ct 1 t e n s bpj t,la es L aj i,_ l e r t u i c i v II i r Oil loilet Sh v m g b c a p w i t h maL} other lu-nuous to mention t,O(in^; I'cnilK c t n cn incschangs r o-c:ool llso 0' i s i vei anl Jewelry at si 1 ) t s] 2 l pci o me K ] ii ing of ill 1 ndb pre-nptly attended to ai 1 ill v-(-' i aircnte 1 I a n a' f i cut u the « ile 01 Ismci «.2Sc!te. K M bt L L M i y Ji I 1 - - Ciicaper T^ 1 (_ I I V\ I t i inn ni c 0 t h e Citi?cn3 Sj et 111 i l l l Hi 1 t e l 1U that tliey ou 1 in 1 l -. o I i oltl Kilt o^ II sot, atit3 sjjoci, wliieh 13 P^ aic picpircel to tell at the \ery lowest ritt 6 for L V ^ f l l n i \ lin\c il o on baiiJb nnd arc factu v ing lo order V ^ Y l t n i \ 01 L \DIES con l n^ o r Gentlemen s me! Ircnch Moroc LO i I Kiel Mi · t » i t e i « Vc I h e j i p i e ] l e l n l i h ill or lus ir b n n i t n o l c e n l i e i mbleterms { L n t ! iget I|IL ph"c if \ u u wiiit r l \ j n i n n ^ ii i I nl n 1 it the olel u i l j u e I l l l i i l s Diujr, Store, ll i i 1 M M s 1 \ L L v f e f O i M i \ i s -- m I i, V , MS, V, V N T 1 I I 1 I I II A. 13 ^ IM S , ( V "Sc« 1 n^ldinJ) ^ \ \ T 3 Y C I b l U N u T^J"J i\il!gi\e a CQmmi«=ion of onehui Jrcd » V ] ei cent on ill goods "old by our i^cn(«, or wi l pi) wi^c-j it N I) to ^100 per month a n l j ^ ill iitti'-'=ir expenses iorpartio u Lib iJ h r s Ritli « t i m p ( I \^ 1 U U I ^ Gen \tf I r tl c, V I n b M t n u f i t t ir njr M \ j 1 Lktiuit, iMitlngau rJ IE JLOOD "\"^"1III Cfl l , t di o i l 1C 1 rr vituteil \ \ h 1 j u i m - t I Pick 11 rver imv 1 in t o u in 1 nip! 01 ^ f i c s i n P act ve lis" ise, oi it may n crely 30 i l l les 'eric 1 I an 1 goo 1 for nothing 1 al vou c i i m u t h i r e good h e bbod 11 u ipui c \y ci s bai s ipanll i cut l i c h e n purit es in I timu "tcs ci s f t I fc uit j vi"oi ins iction restoring In ilth ni 1 e \ i c l l u i g di^-cisc Hence rapidly ci 1 1 s a v u lit; ol complaints which c i u ^ e 1 ly i m p u r i t v ot tl e bloo hinju/llii kill ;\J ill, 'JlJPr, , f (. ri 1 -, / S x t s , J ll] tt ll~-,l j tmpl ,Bh(iJtrs, B I , ,S( Ant'un/ L ic, RJV, L i/ j ' i , I ll i ii hilt Rli mn, 6,1 ul I ', J, i / n H L ni fi n ( '(?(? no ! i , I n I JJ n s uch is K- II i ,\ t h I!/ 1 ll J i i r l l e I II \\ cl it cli u i j l l u i -5 r u n T C I i l k n ;\ll t e l I r t e c m v ( ,,/,, ( I A I il I ^ i I 1 , i I I nr nil ' J i C jt If 11 , and H ail i l M i R T L M -ml 1111 n n^ -ictmt^ with. t h e 1 o i and cures the \ 1 nOTMT, is so un i TI i · u c i j uthci J ,, II n »"S5, I , j I I t , ! i t ( , vimp- i i 1 1 r t i !iel\ i ( n ti i i tue I L h i t i h i e 1 ^ i r ^ of t'ic liveacc lhafc t n ss 1 i c M i i nt tli ( \ deuce of i 3 M 1 ^ l i i I 1 i \s tl i n \ I \ ^ ( 1 i I i l l 1 II L s ' o In i , 1), i i i In !i lotion, DI ' : /, / ' V ' ' k, fiunlirr, 11 i 11 Ii , 1' I HI "i n, Urrj' h II , n , a n l in h i t r - all t'io purpo f I i p i i r ^ a t i c 11 j i c i n c ll r ir a 1 j II T i l l It e- r ' !·«- di M ··« i n i - . l l j \ 1) J h l J D V t 1 (\ 1 i e" " 1 I / O Q C t c \ c r } \ i lipc n t l i e c u ty K T!V P I V N O S -- I\ow rcce v i n g a new supply of P ano I ortog from Chickenng Soi ° J o c ton H i zlcton Brr tl ers \ e v v l o i l I' l l c t D i v i s V ( ·} i ost n f eoigc bteck ^cv\ i ni K, an 1 Hi Lies Lr thers ^ e w ' ^ o r k ' of rliich vvil be sold at Lastern I i r t r r y r r i r e s J O H N H M L H O T , 81 Uord 6bicct be v\een Diamond alley and I out 1 street, Pittsburgh, Pi Ap ' 1 Q I - J ,^ I P Vi ' P ') ^ m i 1 ittcr on M y i i i n ^ r il J itter on an I ] i | ill r= v U i n 1 it^cr n w i 'i . i c to larri s i i s- u c-rc t ran* Ir I I c uit i f f nnoi 1 1 "se of Ii li°na ( o , ll l a IK 7" ^a c h teim l t ( 2 \ n l n o o v\ t Mi} 1 h t i c couit Appoint Jolm I ovvry I s j v , j ] [ O r j t 0 li^tu'jutc the mon- cv ir sing from t ic sile of the defendants re il c^t ite to and i nongst those legally enti- l c 1 t! crefo Ml p-rsor' ir'e-c='c 1 w 11 i-k" not cc I will ut n i t the I t ^ of m, a ( ipoirtpient, i at inj c ice m tl " 1 r ush f Iiuum, on 1 l u d i , tie i t i if ' nc next. 10 I N L O M R V , luiitor 33ruslic. P U\T Bru a lies, fecruVbing E r i s h Sish do Uusung ('o "\ arnish do Shoe do Tloth Jo Tooth do Nail do Fie h do Just received and for sale at low pr CPS hy May 21 fl E IIILDI L R ^ /~U1LFKY Foreign and Domestic, Pazors, W Pocket and Pen K n i v ( s t very c npm r qua it} now opening anl f r E n l e dt ivi prices at No 19 bign Big Moi tar IJO : 1J5IS WVY. Buyeis look to yoar Interests. C J l a t U o l S S.ga cf the E gKortar, TT^II Pf t c i n l r i ^ i e i i i 11 vi"g \ V frrm t!ic I astern ai 1 ^*r c tern c t e3 the largest a n l l e t dcrtc stock of in his lir cvf 1 i it t i s m a i r r t s i s i i t ^ of D-U" 3( ll i^s ( IK nucal Punt", v a r n i s h lly ^tu* f ar'jon Oil an 1 Oil l a m p ' I s Pe furacrics, Necklaces, Beal a T o m b s u r i ^ h e s bpect"^^ 0 Itirore, Pocket and Pen Knives, v i h a large stock of l a n k e e Notions gcntia iy, ill of vhicb. will be °o!l a wLole n i c r rctai 1 cheLper t h i n e v o r a t H I L D l L R ' , _1 ^rug i ' Loo ^ btore F Eri have L If you desire to purch s pure ire hemps at city pr ces nf itly put u j a u l a c c a r a t e ' v l i b 1 ^ n I i~ r 1 r^ tf have fi c I t ic i at t 1 e i ii" Tci-n ( i U n -1 PI i " ( rn 1 L i r K c l j " ( or ng persons icat ons for License i t ' I ekctit. Uicn»utl /·SP4PFR1

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