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DRKW- ,..........KniTO .ASSOCIATE Kditob TUESDAY MORNING... ....... FICBRCARY 11 1r umr.t- "Tbe Star Spaniel Banner In Triumph yet waves O'er the land of the Krse and tbe home of the Brave." TAKE NOTICE, EVERYBODY ! If yon want anything. If you have anything to sell, J If yon want to bay anything, , . ., . If you want to rent a House, If you want Boarders, If yoa have loot anything. If you have found anything, TELL TIN THOUSAND PEOPLE BT ADVER TISING IN TBE EVANS VILLE JOURNAL. All wants eurrtteti by advertising in 4b JOCBJiAL. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE TOK DAILY: Delivered In the City, per week.. ................. .90 10 By mail or in tbe City, per year (tu advance) 6 00 FOB WEEKLY : By Ball per year, single subscriber... 91 SO " club of five (to one address) 6 00 ADVERTISING. -Tor Terms nee first page, tabular form. AGENTS: The tbl lowing gentlemen are our authorized A genu lit tbe places named : -Dr. Balaton, Boonvilln, Warrick Co. John M. Lock wood, Mt. Vernon, Posey Co. John B. Dangherty, Kockport, Spencer Co. James L. Thornton, Princeton, Gibson Oe. John B. Bandy, Newburg, Warrick Co. Dr. Murphy, New Harmony, Poeey Co, A. B. Wilkinson, Cynthiana. Preston Talbott, Poaeyville, Posey Co. B. H. Custen, Petersburg, Pike Co. Mark Great, Canal P.O., Warrick Oo. ' 6. P. Cavanah, Owentivilte, Gibson Co. EC?" The little batch of news we publish this morning, per steamer America, in dicates more unmistakably than ever, the necessity for a most energetic prosecution of the war. France is becoming exceed ingly restive under the blockade, and mani fests a disposition to take the initiative in forming a European, combination to pat a stop to its operation. - Richmond, Nash ville and Memphis, with soma of the most prominent cities on the Southern Coast mast be in our possession by the first of May or our troubles will only beve com menced. . ; , But our faith is strong that we are ap proaching the end. Our brave volunteers, fired with an enthusiastic patriotism that will overcome all obstacles, are on their march southward, and all the combined powers and resources of tbe Southern States cannot stop them. Tbe incompetency of some Union officers in high places may do it nothing else can. Regimental Band3. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Press protests vigorously against the dismissal of the regimental bands. He says: A regimental band is one of the finest institutions of a regiment. Remember there is great monotony in ramp lifr.aud at times every soldier's heart beats to thoughts of his happy hresiue. We have cloudy hours, and at such times, what is more soul-stir ring thau good music ? A band ia tbe life of a regiment. It facilitates our march. J t cheers our gloomy hours. It makes us feel cheerful. We all love music. . And why Bbould our Government deny us this pleasure ? They say the expenses of the army are too great. Cannot these dignita ries commence at the bead? Cannot those immense sums of maney that are annually paid to tbe beads of our Government be curtailed? Cannot some of the salaries re ceived by different gentlemen in Washing ton be reduced I . - - There is a fitness in some of these ques tions that will strike more minds than that of the poor volunteer deprived vt his chief eojoyment. Congress, so far from voting themselves lower salaries, have voted them selves an extra mileage, contrary tu law and and inconsistent with justice. . ' " " ' . : ? ...a. i I., 3 Informntlan U'auitd. The editor of the Caouelton, Reporter, who supports the ticket nominated by th late Democratic Caovention, inquires of th Indiana Sentinel what became of a certain resolution pledging "tbe lives, fortunes and sacred honor" of the Democracy to sustain the war at all hazarJs. Mavnard wants to know why the resolution did not ajpear in the published proceedings of the conven tion. Tbe best reason for the omission is the fact that no such resoluti.m passed the Convention. The editor knows as well as any one that such a resolution would have been hooted down by the so-called Detno- c rm L , c Convention." - fiSr The Indianapolis Journal says the 52d, or Railroad regiment, which' kit that city on Friday moruingv for Cairo, is proba bly the best equipped that has Jet ".left the State. "Tl is armed, throughout, with En field rifles, and each sergeant, and musician is provided with side-arms. . . Each man's knapsack has painted upon if the letter, o' the company and the words ' 32d Indiana Railroad Regiment." - The regimental flag is beautifully decor ated with an American' Eagle, '- bearing a scroll with the motto: M Clear the track." The men composing the 52d are stout, able bodied men, and when wll drilled and dis cipled will make their mark, '. ' ' 8T Among the latest '-goaks" of the season is a statement in the Cnunelton Re porter, that "Mr. Lincoln removed Cameron from the Cabinet owing r the outspoken declarations of the Democratic Convention held at Indianapolis." ' gfcg" We are pleased to learn , that Gov. Morton, now in Washington, is recovering from bis late illness. - Another atlamtioCablk Projkcted. It is stated that Messrs. Glass, E'liot & Co., have tendered to the English Government to lay a cable from Mi ford liavtn to Hali fax by Jcrty, 1862, for JC 700,000, guarantee ing its efficiency for one year. r. m. O. K. Tke Proposed RetreclmMt In Con gress. - , Mr. Sherman, of Ohio, ha3 introduced a bill in the tl. S, Senate to cut down the pay of officers and employes to a fair com pensation. .The pruning knife is also to be applied to salaries of Government military employes. - -'.-.w4ew.-'-- The Cincinnati Press says : Tbe mere hiring of persons .to wait upon the Senate and House, and keep record of the .proceedings, has been costing the Gov ernmept.f 150,000 annually. The cost of furniture, fuel, lights, stationery, and so forth, is equally startling, and needs re trenching. The Globe gives the present compensa tion of the officers of Congress, and the proposed expenditure under Mr. Sherman s bill. The present sum is $ 149,587 ;' the proposed, $89,580 a saving of $C0,406. The subject of mileage is aldo regulated and made more in accordance with the ne cessary economy of war times by Mr. Sher man's bill. It provides that at every regu lar aunual or called session of Congress af ter June 30, 1862, members tki be allowed and paid as mileage, at the commencement and end of every such session and meeting, ten cents per mile, to be ('(imputed by the most direct route of travel from his resi dence to the seat of Congress. The total mileage now paid members at one session is $243,027. Estimated mileage now to be paid under Mr. Sherman's bill, f 43,352. A reduction of 5194,302. It remains to be seen w hether members of Congress will by their vtte3 practice the economy and self denial they so earnestly urge upon the country in their speeches. The country is anxious tu know why the members of Congies3 do not reduce their own pay, and reduce still further the mile- Age; 1 The Press S6ys further on this point: Tbe plain truth is, there - are loo many one horse lawyers and cross-roads grocery keepers and demogogues in Congress men who can not at home make oue fourth tbe amount they receive from the Treasury. If they do not reduce their emoluments this session they may prepare to be left out in the cold at the next election. The people are indeed earnest on this subject. The Expulsion of Je3se D. Bright. Oaly two papers in the State, so- far as we have seen, the Indianapolis Sentinel and Terra Haute Journal, exhibit any opposition to the verdict of the Senate in the Bright case. lue Mew Albany Ledger, while it believes that the provocation was insufficient to warrant his expulsion, seems to doubt his loyalty to the government. It says : His letter introducing Texas Lincoln with improved fire arms to .Jeff. Davia was tbe nominal cause to. this, but we presume not the real one. . It was the fact that his associations and sympathies were under stood to lie all with the traitors, that has caused this punishment. We could have wished that 'hi 'it and most terrible blow to SeuaU, tm-cuiild J are teea averted. Once the pntlu ( a-jjOWv.iul and triumph ant party, tin wnl now go -into retirement with a low 6 Bttupalhize with him in bis misfortunes. We admit that the . provoca tion was great, but we must repeat that we do not believe ' this action will redound to the benefit of the national cause. The evi dence of Mr. Uright's complicity with the traitors since the overt' act was committed, was not, as we believe, sufiieient to warrant his conviction of treason or his expulsion from tbe Senate. But that is passed. Mr. Blight is politically ruined. We can drop a sincere tear for the sad late of a man who was oue of the idols ' of our youth, . and whose follies have produced an almost com plete alienation of his earliest and best friends. - .... ; How Mr. Cox Would Conduct the War. , . In his speech iu reply to Mr. Gurley, Hon. S. S.Cox said: , , . , . ! I would prefer tlit tbe war should he carried on and ended by bloodless tactics than by bloody courage, if it were possible. I would leave as little bate as possible as a legacy of this conflict. If it were possible to close this war by the melting away or the capitulation of the Confederate army, the country would prefer it. Gen. McClel lan is not making this a war of vengeance, but a war for the restoration of the Union. It is just such Democrat as Cisx that the fearless Senator Jobrisou referred to, when iu a late speech ha thrilled the Senate Chamber with tbese words:' - He spoke tor ttie sake of constitutional liberty, and for, the sake of his own wi?;i 1 .!,:!! 1 1 . I i' 1 f it J- . sua luuuieu. tuu ituiuitt or me uo; ernment to enforce tbe laws, his wife an- children were turned into tie street and his house made a barracks, and oue of his sons-in-law ait-ut to prison ft o.l tbe other to tbe mountains, to evade tho tyranny and the bell-born and hell-bound spirit of Disunion; and when cries come up that the law may be enforced, you say:' " No, I ' am agftinst tbe entire coercive policy of the Govern ment t" i. , . x ? -. . , . ; ?"AKeutucky, ioriespondent of . the New York Times, predicts that Geo. Thorn as will occupy SCoos ville by the 15th inst. The pxeJicl.au is not likely to be verified. The roads Biza, such lniiblo condition that it will be impossible lor the men to make any ftdvsnceroent. It is true, thou sands of them are diligently at work mak ing roar'.s, but operations of this kind are exceedingly low4 The brave men under Manson and McCook will' accomplish any thing but impossibilities ; but a movement now may be regarded as among the imposi bilities. ; r i- : t Akothkk Reekl. Pcff fob Vallandino h am. The rebels appieciate the services of Vallaud'iDghara, though he is too cowardly to take the sword ia defence of the cause be love's.1' A late number of that precious Secession periodical, be Bow s Review, in an article on the Hngiieoots, saj' : : Mr.r Vallaudinghaiu, member of Congress from Ohio,. Js also of, Uuguenot descent. His family first settled in lower Northern Neck of Virginia, wUTe some of them stiH reside. ! No tneuiber of the last. Congress was mora distinguished for lemming and ability; He retains his attachment to Vir ginia, and is true as steel to the South. fiS?" Capt. Sterling's battery leA the Capi tal, on Friday afternoon, for Louisville, with guos, horse; and fill artillery - equipments. The battery is composed of Dahlgren and James' rifled cannon. . --. - i tSgfThf public are warned against tak ing the bills of the W msled Bank, Coonec tictit The instilntion. bavin? recently been robbed, has decided aol to redeem any I of its billsnow in t imitation, dated prior to i tbe 22d ult. The safest course will be to j iefuse to take any of them. The Story or a. Returned Prisoner. Mr. Taylor, of Cincinnati, who was re cently confined in Richmond, furnishes the Cincinnati Press with the following items : f REBEL VIEW OP M'CLELLAS. Mr. Taylor says that whatever may be the estimato of the policy of General Mc- Clellan in the loyal States, he i3 regarded oy tbe rebels as pursuing a policy most de structive to all their hopes and expectations. His " masterly inactivity" for so long a time, which he has used to strengthen, or ganize and equip his armies, they regard as a stroke of policy that indicates fearful re- sultsto themselves. They admit that time has weakened them while it has streneth- ened him, and they look with fearful fore bodings to the fact that the term of enlist ment of fully one half the troops they have in tbe field expires before tbe 25lh of Febru ary. ' They regard his resistance of the de mand for a " forward movement," and tbe silent energy he has evinced, as marks of generalship of the highest order, and of a determiaation. to work out his plan of oper ations despite tbe complaints of those who do not comprehend his purposes. J"TB8 REBELS DISPIEITED. . ' Since the defeat and death of Zollicoffer in Kentucky, the entrance of Burnside into Pamlico Sound, and the news of the threat ened position of Savannah, Mr. Tayler as sures me mat tnere has been a marked and undisguised feeling of despondency among the rebels at Richmond. Their greatest fear rests on the probability that railroad com munication will be interrupted by General Burnside in North Carolina and by General Buel in Tennessee, which they admit will render them helpless, and break tbe back of tbe rebellion. Up to within the past ten days there has been an abundance of excellent beef fur nished to the prisoners at Richmond, and good bread, but latterly the beef has been of the most inferior quality, and very Bcarce. The reason given for this is that the roads were too bad to drive cattle, and the railroads are occupied with the trans portation of troops. Mr. Taylor was assur ed that their troops were faring badly, and that great dissatisfaction prevailed on this account. SUFFERINGS OF I.OYAL VIRGINIANS. While the Federal prisoners have been badly accommodated, and have undoubtedly suffered very much, Mr. Taylor assures me that their sufferings have been nothing to compare to those of one hundred and sixty loyal Virginians, who are still confined at Richmond. Tbey have been thrown into jail without a hearing, and compelled to prove their innocence of the charges against them. The charge of disloyalty against tnem nas snut them out from all aid from their friends, as any evidence of sympathy with them brings suspicion to those who may evince it. jackson's expedition to romset. I lie expedition of General Jackson to Romney is said to have been without tbe Sanction of bis superior officers, and has resulted in great suffering and loss of lite to his command. They were caught in the mountains in a Heavy snow-storm ; many were frozen to death, others ftost bitteu. and all are reported to be in a deplorable condition. A greater portion of his force had returned to Winchester, broken down with the exposure, fatigue and hardships they had been called upon to endure.; The withdrawal of the Federal - forces from Romney on Jackson's approach, is regarded in military circles in Richmond as having been another evidence of Gen. McClellan's military superiority. Otitis antt funds. We are informed that over $18,000 were sent home to their families by the 23d In diana regiment, the savings of the men out oftbeir hard-earned wages. This speaks highly tor the gallant boys of the 23d. . An agent of the Government at Cincin nati on Monday purchased tbe steamers Judge Torreuce and Great Western, the for mer for $18,000 and the latter for $19,000. They are designed for service in tbe vicin ity of Cairo, Fortress Monroe is to be strengthened by heavy ColumbiaJs and Dahlgrens, to be prepared lor all emergencies - The new order of the Secretary of tbe JNavy in regard to to contractors has caused a great fluttering. It is reported that there are over three millions of dollars of con. tracts now held by parties in Pennsylvania wno will not be able to conform to tbe new rules. A -letter - from Somerset, : Ky., "Eavs the rebels have a story that Uen;'Schoepff had been all over their camps in the disguise of n Anwln m.-AUn .. , 1 1 i .. 1 1 . , - n"c? 'uoiuuui, auu usu actually pKU- ; died apples to them, from a basket on hia The Spoils. The value of the munitions of war captured from Zollicofier's rebel ar my at Mm opnng and uumberiand river may be estimated as follows : Horses and mules . 4100,000 "Bgons eo.ooo Ordnance 35,000 Muskets... ..,....., 25,000 '20,000 fctore. I0,0(i0 ., , , Total , 250,000 Did Not Receive Their Pat. The funds of the Paymaster at Cairo fell short of the amount needed for tbe troops at that point Several regiments were left unpaid, much to the disgust of the sailers and soldiers. Tbe 13th and 31st Illinois regiments were among iue uuiuc&y ones. Secretary Seward and the Presidency, becretary Seward has written a letter positively prohibiting the use of his name a a candidate for the Presidency in 1864, He is understood to have emphatically dis claimed all ambition to fill any position more exalted than that which he now occu pies, and to express a desire to continue in public life as long only as the couutry may be engaged in the struggle for the existence of the Government. mT. H. & R. R. R. We have just received a t opy of the Thirteenth Annual Report of the President and Directors to the Stock holders of the Terre Haute & Richmond Railroad, from which we gather the folio w iag statistics : The uet earnings of the road wua$2lC,18J S5, being ouly $1,197 CO less than in 1SC0. The number of passengers, including troops, carried over the road dur ing the year was one hundred and twenty four thousand four hundred and thirteen, and all these without a single accident to passengers or trains. This speaks well for both the officers and employees of the road. 1 tie gross receipts ot lue road for the year j have been $377,092 37 ; operating expen- : ses, l3,i i 0i. ibis, with the addition ; al expenses, taxe3, kc, leave a net balance of $170,409 ,76.- ZW IhtvW Express. firaSf'Tlie railroads to the East continue to le crowded with freight. The Fort rtT, u..,.Urn u:..k;.., ,V . . K P"lral have given notice to connecting 'i06' not to receive any freight for tbese roads. t IIOJIK ISTtaitsTS. - t Dobell has received this week's Harper, and all the late Dailies. . M. L.Johnson & Co. have received all the late pictorial papers, including Har per's Weekly for Feb. 15th a capital num ber. . .- The steamer G ilium came in yester day with her chimneys down, having en countered a tree in Green River, during her downward passage. . j '-. '.. . jy It will be seen by our dispatches that are forces our concentrating at Fort Henry, and active preparations are' being made for a forward movement. - ' XtThe Grey Eagle is the regular mail packet lor Louisville to-day. ' - . The Eugene, Cap t. Say res, is also duj this morning and will return to Louisville at noon. Pby. D. Viet a is the agent of tbe Eugene, who will attend to all the business of the Eugene, offering.. ' The clipper packet Courier will go to Cairo at noon to-day. She is swift, safe and comfortable. St. Valentine's Day. We are reminded by the appearance of the windows of the bookstores on Main street, that tbe anni versary of St. Valentine is near at band The stock of Valentines is large and varied enough to suit the tastes of all, and we an ticipate a lively time at the Post office, next Friday. Disabled soldiers applying for Pen sions, and the widow or heirs of eoldieis who have been killed, or died in service, should call at the Pension Agency of Stin- son & Tennis. They are fully prepared with all the required Forma of Instructions, aad the Acts of Congress in relation to soldiers claims; and prepare papers with that care aud precision which insures suc cess in tbe Department at Washington. Troops Moving. The steamers, B. J. Adams, K. H. Fir child, Tbos. E. Tutt and Baltic, with the 31st and 41th Indiana, and 17th and 'J5tb Kentucky regiments, passed down theiiver, last evening. The steamers went up Green river, Saturday, and embarked most of the troops at Spottsville. The arrival of the boats was expected here all day yesterday, and the whistle of the Fairchild brought to the levee large crowds. Many anxious wives, sisters and sweethearts were inquiring for the 42d, and w'era sadly disappointed on hearing that Col. Jones' Brigade ia doomed to inactivity at Calhoun. The troops were commanded by Col. Cruft, of the 31st, acting Brigadier Geuer&I. They were in excellent spirits and delighted with the prospect of forming part of the column abont to move South ward. - 1 ' The following is a list of the officers : BRIGADE STAFF. Col. Chas. Criil't, Commanding:. Mj. Juo. G. Keenon, Brigade Surgeon. Capt. W. H. l iirbanks, Acting Ast. Adj. General. Lieut. Chas. Case, Acting Brigade Com missary. Lieut. Levi Wood, Acting Brigade Quar termaster. " Lieut. Ion Noll, 1 . . , . Lieut. F. H. Bristow, j A'-de-Camp. . C. E. Terry, Sec. to Colonel commanding. , REGIMENTS. ;i 31s Indiana Vol., Col. Chas. Cruft. l.i -25th Kntucky Vol., Col. J. M. Shackel ford. . , ... ;. 44th Indiana Vol., Col. H. B. Reed. 17th Kentucky Vol., C.d. John. FI. McT Henry. , ; ... . , We understand that steps are being taken to" consolidate the' 62nd, 53rd and 55th regiments the latter Col. Mansfield's now at Camp Vanderburg. ' This will give the State another regiment for the field at once. This Is what should have been done several weeks since. When the number of recruits falls below six or eight a day it is high time to consolidate, and relieve the government of the burden of paying and supporting men in idleness. ' Sutlers, Attention. We do all kinds of Sutler's Blanks, in a superior manner and at the lowest prices for casb. I- ' MaiTABtr Blanks of all kinds executed in the beat style, and at very low prices for cash. . We invite the attention of the public to our superior facilities for executing all kinds of Job printing. We do work in first-rate style, and at low rates, aad no mistake. - -f; . . -j Advertise! When times are hard' let the people know you sell cheap. ' The peo ple will buy if you keep it befoae them that you are selling bargain. Advertise? fi Subscribe for the Evansville Journal. which gives all the late telegraphic news one day in advance of any other paper in the southwest. Daily only $5.00 per year Subscribe now. - WeB The Weekly Journal is a first class family newspaper. It gives all the latest news to the hour of going to press. Price per year, single Copies, $1.50. To clubs of ten, $1.00 per copy. ; Agency for Printijjo Paper. We are agents for Printing paper of a superior quality, which we are selling very low for cash. We invite the attention of newspaper publishers to our stock, which is complete To Travelers and Boarders. The American House (formerly the Pa vilion) corner of Water and Sycamore streets, Evansville, Iud. has, since its open ing, had an un parallelled run of patronage The proprietors are W. H. Boicourt form erly of the City Hotel, and J. J. Pillsbury, formerly captain of the steamer Masonic Gem. . The bouse is newly furnished and fitted and i3 well arranged to accommodate the public. Prices in accordance with tbe times. " - This establishment is located convenient ly to business, and is in every respect Ja htjmt for the wayfarer. Nov. 28-dtf. " Drop Letters." Letters are frequently dropped into the Post Office for delivery here, unpaid. The law requires that they jbe invariably pre-paid by tiamps. The pub lic will please bear thiamin mind, especially as the Valentine season has come. Unpaid drop letters cannot be delivered. " i Feb. 11 5 td. Postmaster. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 BV vlfrna Of an Order" of sale issued but of the office of the Clerk of tho Vanderburgh Circuit tourf , ta t rvoroi l nomas ui flora and James H. Hi. Q. Moifjau, for the use of Thoman Gin'ord, and n;iu8t tieoi-ge I. Taylor, Hattie Taylor, .Zacb B. Taylor aud James LaughUn, Jr., I will expose ti,3ale at public auction at the door of the Court U., use, in the City of Kvansville, on L i . ; V MONDAY; MABCH 3d,lS62, " ' tetueeu thf honrs cf 10 o'clock A. M. aud 4 '.k P. M. of eiid dav, the rents, isene. and ofits for the tatia if seven years of the following ecri Led real eatatet tizi; A tract of Itod lying In the county of Vander burgh and State ef Indiana, being a part of the North-east quarter of section nineteen (19) in tomthip Six South of range tea (10) West, aud being lot No. two (2), in Wickham, according to the plot thereof as laid out by Thomas Gifford and James K. . O. Morgan, which plot Is recorded in the Record cf Deeds in the Recorder's Offlre of Vanderburgh county, in Book "U," on page 232, and also on the plot Eeoord in said office in Boek " A" on purelflJ. - And should said rents and profits not sell for a mm sufhcieni to eatitf aaid writ ant) costs, I will at the same t ima ar.d place offer lor sale the fes simple of .JJ premises. -GK0BQK WOLFLIN, " ' ... . Sheriff V. C. Wheeler Ig'ehart, Palintiff"s Attorneys. fcbll-fe5;25 jrVlt 8Ii,fi. The frame OFFICE on Main JE street, next to Mr. Keller's Gun Store. A goo:l g'aad f r a small business. Price $120 cash. Ground rer.t atont 810 yearly. Apply to GAliVIN SKIP, feLlldSt , " Attorneys at Law. -r Boots and Shoes, Jt or exchange tor Tobacco, twelve cases Boots and Shoes, comprising Men's, Women's and Chil dren s J he above are direct from Massachusetts factories, and suitable for country trade. HENBY HEMP, , ' Washington Hotel, or to TliuvAS J. HUNT, Agent .. . ' roa the moot sHots mroMB, Ko. 22, First -it. eel, corner Sycamore, febll Evinsvtlic, Indian. r.T JKVtti . 300 IT.g bet quality, for A si sale by S. E. GILBEKT A CO. fbl(l f STWV K f A .A" I .-? I KITS - 60 gal as - iohs, in cans and dozens, tor sate by fet.10 f. E. GILBERT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore streec, A VALUABLE MAP OF KENTUCKY, 1 .Ual to Lloyd's Great Map of irgicia, From actual Surveys just led, re the War com mence 3. &W There Itu iifirn- fcesii a Map of Ktntvclij tinted before of atty uceunU. . Lloyd's 1 Topographical Map, STATE OP KENTUCKY. Ptice 5 Cents, in ghetto, colored nicely in Couu " l : t ties. Publisoed by order of the Executive from actual surveys luad of each County. This Map itl td.e of IiIi.viI'h j-uuttiei u'SlaU Map and Lloyd's Topogr ..Un a) Map of Virginia, 4 feet square. Ou (bis Alup cf Keutucky ia shown every Moun tain, every ftriJe, every Wagon and Stage K.w, every Canal, every Natural Curiosity, every Creek and Kivt-r aud tbe names of them, every County Seat, every Town, every Village aud J every Pout To n, every Mountain Pass aud - every oro. Every rfciiictuw. ui wt jttiv ou I lie Kailroails, and the distances I root station to Station, are luiil down from official authority. MV The Slap is engraved on steel, aud shoKS Tenuesxeo as Inr South as Nashville, Auyoue ordeiieg this Map aud not (satisfied with it can have their money retundeu PaicK n:tf row 9U Cents, in shehts, colobed Nicr.LY, ok 4 copies roe Jl Mutinied edition ou rollers, varnished nicely, $2; rodent edition lor Army omcers and J ravetiuis, witn unn OACfcs, price vz. ? Hunt b) luail to auy part Of the couutry AGENTS WANTED in every County and also iu the Army -of Keutucky. r.?ery officer aud soldier will need this Map it lathe only good Map ever maue 01 KeutucRv. and la wortn 3j. nice 60 cents, or 4ropie fur fl. peut by mail safaly or no pay. AUiirtu j. I . luuu, 'I American Map Pith iber, feblO ltH Broadway, Kew York. : t : Court Notice. jautes ijensiej, i William Wool. ) Foreclosure. -Hon tile in th orhce of the Clerk of the Couit aloie-iatd llnl il,e object of the action Is tor the foiprlosure of a mortgage, that the detendaut is a Deceesiry party to luis action, and icat be is a con rwi.jont of tbe State ef Inaiaua. Notice cf the iiilt-Dcy of tie above entitled actioa is there fore given to said William Wood, and (hit the tauia will stand lor trial at the next term of said Court to be betrnn and held at the iJonrt House in the City of Kvanitville, in the County and State aforesaid, on the tirst Monday iu April, A. 1. W itoesi the Cierk of said Court this 8h day of f ebruary, I8tif. L.OC1S ItlCHTKB, Clerk V. C. C Wheoler A Jglehart, Plain tiff's Attorneys. . tbl0-3w ' ' s AT - - " SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S NO. MAIN STREET. Z5WK X'Ji JUST MB CBM VMD w W large assortment of seasonable Dry Goods, to which we would respectfully call the attention of our uunicrous custoiuers and the public generally. 3S3 o xtw, Oalicooa, A very nice lot, just received, at SCHAPKER A BCSSING'8, Ko. 49 Main street. fotS Bleached Muslins. fft M1fK JIfT BJRC'KIV K Ii A WW larval,,! otPlaoptiul Sn.li.. . f and jnstlv " celebrnted" brands that are made in this country. ?()HAPKIR f BCS3IN& S, febS " - No. 49 Main street. City and County Orders .1 JS'O TKBJV MS" JPU&t "iVO M lrt, at . SCH4PKEK 4: BTTSSINtVd. ti ' No. 49 Main street. febS ; ICE! ICEI! ICEIH j WW ' .V O.V HJtJS'O 140O TOJS'8 -WJf of pure tiiut fee, varying from six to nine iuidiea thick, I have thought proper to make ar rftuvenierita f,r tl.M aunril winor m" thiLt KrTllM t.-. -tba citteeos of F.vaneville the comine season at pricxs 1 trust of which they will not complain. Ii. O. HAGER, febS Dealer in Tee, Terre Haute, Ind. 1 MiJif i O I M ti A. O b n Bye, and Coffee Aleo, HtlinniHl'a EaHeitiMof f!te,e in tin r.n. v.. I. jlat . VlCtvERl-rt. fcbfi ' No. 2 Main street.' llflii " -Vif U VHB8H Mtf KlUS.jtwt leteived at - ---- ... fel.l . VICKERY BRf'd, ' L " No. Main street. U WHKAT VI.,, I w t. feb6 . , '.VICKBRr'S, i . . . No. 82 Main street. Soliliers? Victims! BEN. STINSON AND JOHN TENNIS, KvlNSVILLS, IND., ' Pircure INVALID PENSIONS, BOUNTY MON EY, AbUKAbsuK PAY, Iod Warrants, and other Government promises, for claimants justly entitled. No charges until claims are secured. OPricr. : On Thud btreet, near Uaio. fet5-3md - - ' grlHKtiJS- HiiCM TBJt Green - - j ,w , Miai yj to eoc, and warranted to please, at Ju i lt.at,liX f B9 8, CD 08 i .t!0 Tit ffii t Hini ii inB CO T-i fclftSj fcl'l I'i'SllJI S3 a; tttWHlHl' ill m 1 g SSsii' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS JTHI'SH IJIJYm xn ft TIM .V Madisokville, Mercer C., Mo., May 21, 18AS. Da. C. M. Jackion: Draa tia ; About two years ago I bad congstive chills, which so com - iJioiiy proeiraii my whole nystem, tba' b.r ujuuiue j. uocpaireu ot recoverv. As a uatnial consequence -A the datirerons eonirestion ol l.lood loineinoracic vimxra (or internal oipaii!-), I Mas now afiected vith rhtonic Icfl nuniatiou of the liv. er, atouoach, and epleeo, accompanied with uaipi- ; ..t i ... . . ... ' u. un uiHu v, aim a !nik train of nit;!nos nervous fyotpioua. 1 tried all ihe usual feuBJi-s in vain. At Wiigth 1 was induced by my brother to use " Dr. liu iUn.1 Gt rmiB Kit tt-M ' ' - Via said thy bad almost cnied iiim of DyapeM:a. iucj n mo injuieuini.- r"iiet ; aua in oue week aft r 1 began uaiug tht-.ti, I was able to uur- sue my ordinary avocation. 1 am desirous ol becomiug your acut here, for 1 m coutldeut that I cau a large amount ot the genuine article. " 1 am j-utlin up a Urti h.jio at this place, and should const Jer my slock of medi cines incomplete without vnur Invaluable prepara tion. GEO.'W. STEWART, M. 1. Tbese Bittors are inisnded for Diver Complaint, Iyspepsia, Nervous Det-itity, and diseases ariBinji Irom a disordel stomach. Tbey will perform what it is said they will. For sale by drmrgists and store-kerpira ia every to-n and villain iu tho United StaUa, Cauads, Weet Indies, and South America, at 75 cents per boltio. tioe that yon g.t Hoofland's Gornau Bitters. jan 24 Aw2w rWBM8. Imperia', Young JJysou, Gut.pow JL der and Oolong Teas, at from 4Sc. to SI 10 per lb.,at, VlcKEhV BROS , - No. 82 Main t TT1 StWSS'i IK UJH VOffKfiW bolus. "A -MJ grout e.ico, lor sale by ocl2 S E. GltiDERT CO.es sep6 No. 82 Main Street. jft Knit tkicks oo hand, worth from 25 cents to SO cents, at SCaAI'KEUA Bl'SSINGS, aiifr22 No.4!i Main Stre,t In 13) and 2lt cnniKters 5 caws iint receiv ednnd for sale by S. K. GILBERT & CO., t'. ftOHJ 100 kejts b(-6t Nf.v,tte. oclJ E. GILBKKT & CO J3- TCBE. A rry choirs article of S-t'rbhO!n MoIa SiMi, jiwt received aud for sale bv ViCKEKT BRO. "ctil No. S2. Main Streol. k y Store and for s-ile L-y VtOKE.'-Y BHOd. No. bZ .lain Street. o,;ti:t i t Jr iK ti W tJ Jrf W Tl! H M 9 lot nf r,i-i SHAEVK ltR iniH... otieap at 115 cents each, at VICKERY BROd., cttr So. Hi Ms D Street. ft;.' ketrs Bt Louis White Lead, tc arrive will be sold very cheap for c.-tsti, 1-v may3 - MAM VEIL OEM. huh v.n m i.Zin a b ,u. r- v hum IVloiaesei, far surior to tbe taut, j.it received aiid lur sule at Vlt'lvKflT BKom., dec7 No. tSZ Main st. raurNHKtHt Eett. Butter, and lots ol other St i, ice things, can be had at dec7 VICKERY'S piHH MOA , J'Xf .W '.", csr. Jim? We have just openad a lare stoc K of Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons, French Flower, h'o. s, 1'iurnes, Rushes, and Millinery Goorfu tirenHraiiy. hCHAl'KKR A KU.-tlNil, n.-.vK 49 Main bt try jit. t'uemV. rf t a vkjtti phh JTj Bushel, at YICKERV BKOa., tn-t'H Ko 8i Mam Stivoi. a MX U 'K t Kill.!'.- PW 6 bbls Curraau; 200 lbs Citron ; 1 cask Praties; 1 bll Clierriet. Tot' site declS 11. A. COOK'S. g juOVJY-O Si- .--IJdvliiK lai(.ou., k Jt of pure icrouud spices ou baud we are Mi:! eelliuK at tbe old priiei, uota Itbstautlitig the lata advance tor pure ttplcee. Bo sure to call at. jauUd Vlt'KEUY'd, No. o Malt, eltcut. a ! 1. 1-m r w n mi.k o - h r.je i v EiTATE for the pymiit ol' lli-j and e t untie-i ufsidti-walk irnprovetut-uts. lotice i ber-by aivu, tbut by viitti of a pie cpt irtiut d by the Mayir of tbe City of Kvatmvtt!,, and to me diixctt-il, I will sell at public auction, at the floor of the 'out t Huinie, in said city, on SAT URDAY", FEB. is, laA at S o'clock r. the lil lowiii bile or parcel of leal er-tatc, or so itiui-li thereof us my be mrnwary lo pay the amount charHil and aem-e-J a;titidl said lots lejpnctively, for the louts sud eXconn) f making niilt-wtiu iuiproveutetits fr said lotrf, tnetht'r watt the :o9ti i f sale : L. S. Bailev, lt 3, Islock I.aniinr j 37 S Acain Oyiit.iiiian. Lot 4, lllirk in), La- IlidSCO U. O. Babcock, Lot I, Block 1 l.Slitirp'a Eng. 81 HI Ki B7J I. II. 4, 6. , 7, 8, 9, 10, 87V ' 7i 87 3 87 '.-i 5812 City Collector. " 11. It, jatSUS' C. HEDDERlCIf gJI.'fTJK. Two good Cooks wanted at sv tbe American House. Apply immediately. Good wanes will be given. jan2bduw BOICOURT 4 PILLSBURY. JS. having in tht ir poaenaton Books bcloesrinir, to l!ie Tigeon Township Library, and tkeu out prior toCctoter lut, 18G1, are lerjuctd to return the same immeliately. jap- .Aitw s. K. LEAV1TT, Lit.ratim. Pensions, B biintyTLand an,d Military Claims Procured. 1 am prap.Td with Hll the mrcosmary forms for procuring Peusinnn, Land Warrant, Bonnty of 100 extra, sod .rrtar of pav, tor ftn-idiors, Widows and Iloin, who are entitled to tho inrnn nnrtor tba acts of ContrrM. . M. R. ANTH E.-i, . Attorney at Law. wiEoe over Crercent City Bink, Evansvi!l(. 0,',t29-jtmr!t:w fTsharpe & ccT, Produce and Commission MERCHANTS, No. 3 Socth WittK frTttfrr, jan25 KVAKSVfLLE. ISC. GEO. FOSTER & CO., PROVISION AND PRODUCE Corner Locust street and Canal, FVANaVTLLE, INi. -To enable ns to dsvote our attention eifl.uirsly to the Provision and Produce bitsmsas, bsr determined to close out our entire dock tf GRO CKRIES. We desire to rail the attention oflbslrade to tbe fact that we will sell at lower rates than gootle of similar quality can be laid djwn iu this market, and we invfta city and country biiyr If sxaiuicj our stock before purchasing elewLere. Tbe stork is well select-a for the wants of tt' section and contains nearly every thing kept by a wholesale establishment. Bnrjrains cau be Lad by calling ou GtiO. EOSTER dt Co.. jan-za Corner Locnst ut. "d t m l ork. Lard, 1-ailow, Haron, nw, Cisti, flats. Rye, llav. Flour, ITl-d Apples. J'rieit Pnorhn. fnatbe'V, KK. Cr.n.ari, bo,)6m, Beans, Potatous, Dry or Ureu lii.lfn, or any othar uro-Juce in exchaugo lor Cro-sric-?. GEO. FOSTE R A CO. STOVES, CASTINGS, AND TINWARE. cooo chITforarcains. Thb uudnrnik. ued baveabntre mid c.,mi,l.-t.. m. srtiueut uf the above artii:lo of ttie latest stylo aud the moat durable quality, Vkhii h tlmy otlor ou mo m out. leaeouao.e lei-ui. They mauuliicture all kinds of COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. Grates, Hollow Wate, Castiuits, and the l.-i.l i t lioware. 1 he times ate hard, aud wa il-non to sell rbeao in proportion. Every art a le is iu.ure.1 to be oi the beat quality. Remember tbe t, la- a on Main street. oi b.-t;s the Court Uj dm. jauZI BRINE MEYER A CO. ,Tvw tt A is te t rate a..v-,v W tl and lavine out of Public Alleys. Auree- ably to the Charter aud Ordiuauces i f the City , notice is hereby given, that ou the 18th dy ot January, 1802, an order i pasaed by the CVimnou Conncii of the City cf Evausvillu, reqiiiriiitt an allev to be laid out and opened in Elock, number eighty-one (So. 81) iu the Town of Latuasco City, now t'liy -'t cvausville, aud tnat a plot stiovv iu; the poni'.vi., widtb. aud Uueth of said aliev wad aopsndHd to said order, and is dow on file iu th! omce. P. HLKKE, Clerk. Clerk's Oflioe. January SO. 18-6w TWitRtti HLjI.VH H TS -A fine lot of MM. heavy Horse Blanaets and Covers Jut re ceived st &CHAPKER A BUSSING S, doc30 Bo. 49 Uain street.