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i iWrtiifiJassM She "5 ailg 30attiHL TCESDAT MOBNINO., .. FEBRTTAHY 25 Stations f the Indian Troops. ' The following are the station of the Iudi&i .. troop in active service outside of tbs State. We ball correct it from tme to time aa the several regiment move from one position to another. IHFANTar. 6th Regiment Col. Crittenden Msnfordsville, Kentacky. 7th, Ool. Gavin, Sprin field, Virginia. ' 8th, Cel. Benton, Otterville, Missouri. tb. Col. Moody, HnttonTille, Virginia.' ' 10th, Ool. Man son, Somerset, Kt. 11th, Col. UcUinoii, Paducah, Ky. 12th, Col. Li nek, Sharpsburg, Md. Ltta, Co!. Sullivan, Bomney, V. " " 14th, Col. Kimball, Bomney, Va. 15th. Col. Wet'oar. Hew Haven. Kt. - 18th, Col. Hackleman, Fredoricktown, Maryland 17tb, Col. Hascall, New Haven, Ky. 18th, Ool. Pattison, Otterville, Mis-tonri; -' lth. Col. Meredith, Washington City. ' 20th, Ool. Brown, Fortress Monroe, Virginia. 1 21st, Col. McMillan, Baltimore, Md. S2d. Col. Hendricks. Bolla. Missouri. iiHd, Ool. Sanderson, Paducah, Kentyky. ' S4th, Col. Hovey, Otterville, Missouri. ' 2Mb, Col. Veatch, Cairo, Illinois. 26th, Col. Wbeatley, Otterville, Missouri. 27th, Col. Oolgrove, Fredericktown, Md. -KHh, Col. Miller, Munfordsville, Ky. " ' 3th, Colonel Bass, Nolinville, Ky. 31st, Ool. Crnft. Calhonn, Ky. ' ' '"' 22d. 1st German, Col. WlUich, HunfordaViHe, sksoiittty. 3ad, Col. Coburn, Lexington, Ky. 34th, Col. Ryan, New Haven, Kentucky. SSth 1st Irish-a-Col. Walker, Bardstown, Ky. 3th, Col. Grose, Mew Haven, Kentacky. S7th, Col. Haxsard, Baeon Creek Statian, Ky. 38th, Col. fieri oner, Munfordsville, Ky. 88tn. Col. Harrison, Hunfordsvilie, Ky. . ' -: Otb, Ool. Wilson, Somerset, Ky. zd. Col. Jones, South Carrolton, Ky. 4Jd, O l. George K. Steele, Calhonn, Ky. 4th, CoL Reed, Calhonn, Ky. 4dth, Col. Fitch, New Haven, Ky. : 47th, CoL Slack, New Haven. Ky. Sth, Ool. Bay, Bardstown, Ky. ' ovtb, Col. Dunham, New Haven, same." " Olat, Mechanics, Col. Straight. Wild Cat, same. 67tb, Col. McMollen, Somerset, lame. 68th, Ool. Oarr, Somerset, earns. .. CAVALRY. Capt. Bracken's Company, Western Virginia. Post Office address, Beverly. Capt. Xirt lev's Company, Western Virginia. Post Office address. Point Pleasant. Capt. Graham's Company, Nolinville, Kentucky. Capt. Gaddis's Company, No linville, same. Capt. Moreau'i Company, New Maven, same, t. Kleine' Company, Nolinville, same. 2dih Begtmeor, Col. Baker, lot Cavalry; Iron ton, Missouri. 41st Regiment. (2d Cavalry), Col. Brldgland, Bardstown, Kentacky. 45th Regiment, (3d cavalrp), Col. Carter, Mill Stuns Landing, Maryland. . . . AmLLF.KV. . . , Capt. Sabb' Battery, Loavenswortb, Kansas. Capt. Ookefair'a Battery, Otterville, M lisouri. ('apt. Klana's Battery, Tipton, Missunri, Capt. Bush's Battery, Munfordsville, y. ' - " Capt. Btuiousou's Battery, Mnnfordsville, same. Capt. Behr'a Battery, Calhoun, same. - Capt. Harris's Battery, UuulorUav ilia, same. Regiments Urganliing la Indiana. The following are tbe statious of the regiments now organizing iu Indiana, together with their commanding officers, as Ctr as tbe appointments have been made. Tbe list also embraces several regiments now ready to take the field, which w will transfer to the list embracing." tbs station of Indiana troop outside of the a tats as fast as the changes are made : 48ts Regiment Col. Eddy Goshen. S2d Regiment Railroad Col. James M. Smith Indianapolis. 63d Regiment Col. Greshara Indianapolis and New Albauy. 64th Regiment Rev. CoL. John L. Smith La fayette. - 66th Regiment 2nd German Oolooal Mant fleld Kvansvilie. ...... 50th Regiment Consolidated with the 5 2d. - 69th Regiment Col. A k zander Uoaport. 00th Regiment Col. Owen Kvansvilie. elst Regiment 3nd Irish, Col. Mullen, Madison. tUd Regiment Rock port Col. Jones. oad Regiment Colonel not yet appointed Cov iugton. -. - - .... i-:. Mth Regiment 1st Artillery Colonel not yet appointed. Several Companies of this Regiment are already in service. both Begimsnt 2nd Artillery Col. Annexe Indianapolis. lnival and Departure of the M Alii O - The time here set down is adjusted to contract four. On the River there is variation according to circumstanced. T1MK OF CLOSING. Bailroad Mail (for Vincennes, Terre Haute, Princeton, Washington, Petern burgh, Sullivan, Carlisle, Rockville, Indianapo lis. Cincinnati, Louisville. St. Louis, Cairo, Chicago, and other Northsrn, Faslern, and Western points, and Railroad Way OfJces, every day except Sunday, at.... ........ 8 a.m. Ltmietrille Mail (river) every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 6 v. M tamneoh Mail (river)- every ' day in the week except Snaday and Thursday at 11 A. at. Om Hner Mail (for Bowling Green and way points) every Monday and Thurs day at . , 3 K, Aft. Vsraot Mail (land) every Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday at A. k. Item Harmony Mail every Monday. Wed- nesday, and Friday at 1 a. m. Bockoort Mail (landl every Monday, vea- neadav. and Fiiday at A. at. 6V A.l 2 I Pcisrasarek Mail (wav) every Friday at 9 (reters our? a tetters, o. come ana go by Railroad daily.) HfpttkUum Mail every Wednesday at : 7 r. f Laves at o a. m. xnnrsaav mornioK.j Military mail tor Calhonn and BootteviUe, 11 p. at. TIME OF DSLlVKklNG. Stllroad Mail, every day except Sunday at 7 A. M swrtves the nieht before, after office hours. sveiunaU Mail (river) every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday by . Fadmeak Mail, every day in the week except Saaday and Thursday by - Oresai Jtwsr Mail, every Biuuday and Thurs day by Mt. Vernon Mail Hand) every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by tiem Harmony Mail, every Tuesday , Thurs 6 P. M 9a. it. 2 r. at 3 F. U. day, and Saturday by 4 T.U. Bockport Mail (land) every "Sunday at 1 P. si.. and Wednesday and Friday at 7 A. si. (Arrive th evening before, after office .hoars.) eelerebm gh Mail (way) every Friday by Oinlhuina Mail every Friday at a.m. (Arrives the evening: before, after office hours.) arPost Office opens at 7 A. at. and closis at 7 T. a. on wseJTdays. Delivery closog from 8 to 9 A. m. on week days daring the closing of the Railroad mail. Office open from 8 to 9 A. M . on the Sabbath. , JAMES H. McN KELT, P. M. IvansvUle, Ind., May 1, 1861.- tnl?22-ywo I .ii - Special Rotlccs Mm it poetibl that any Soldier can be so fool ish as to leave the city without a supply of Hollo way's Ointment and Pills ? Whoever doe so will deeply regret it. These medicines are the only .certain cure for Bowel Complaints, Fevers, Sores, and Scurvy. Only 25 cents per Box or Pot. febl8-dlw TH Jppelitei.'-lt is a very difficult matter with the majority of persons to restrain their appe tite; hence, we ace an abundance of Iy.pepaia, Liver Complaints, and Disorders of the Stoiuarh and Digestive Organs. Hopfiand' German Bitters will eutirely care these compl&iuts, and re lore the system to its original vigor and strength. They ars for sale by druggists and dealer in medicine everywhere, at 75 cent per bottle. febl8 ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! ! ww-MVMJr ujjrn 1400 Tn.s MM. of pure flint Ice, varyiug from six to nine laches thick, I have thought proper t make ar rangements for the supplying of that article to tbe citizen or Jtvansville tne coming season firicd I trust of which they will not complain. at . o. UAUk.lt, fobo Sealer in Ice, Terre jjatite, Ind. K'' "-sT The nudersigned; oners tor Ml sale at a great sacrifice bis three two story brick houses, situated on the South-east corner of Second and Oak streets, ou lot 65, npper Enlarge ment. The improvement oouaiata of one two story brick store and dwelling, and two brick dwelling house well finished. The three bouses rent bow for six hundred and fifty dollars per auunm. yA r-plication to be made to Richard Raleigh or Wss. Hughes. feb-1-lm CHARLES COLLINS. - llW balej for sale V at tu C.VT0 per pound. 8. K. GILBERT A CO. fct3 and very fine, MJr Just received and for sale by decSo M. K. GILBERT A CO. . F. SHARPE &C0., . Produce and Commission r MERCHANTS, No. BotFi Watsb STrr, Jau25 ITAN3TI11K IND. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WHOLESALE. HARDWARE FOR 1862 ! 0. S.WELLS. NEW GOODS DAILY. Purchased for CASH. Army and QUARTERMASTERS' , Hardware Axes (all qualities) handled. Shovels and Spades. Clay Picks (handled.) Hatchets (in variety.) Knives and Porks and Butch er Knives. Army Plates and Spoons. Handled Fry Pans. Cofleo Mills. " Also -SUTLER'S HARDWARE. Country Merchant's Hard ware. Grocers Hardware. Builders' Hardware. Carpenters' Tools. , Coopers' Tools- COLT'S" REVOLVERS "Smith & Wesson's" , ti avy Pistols Cartridges, Gun Caps, Belts & Holsters. Gunsmiths' Hardware. Also: - Platform Scales and Scale Beams. Gum BELTING & Packing i AT FACTORY PRICES. ALL GOODS "' sold at : LOW WATER MARK For Cash. j Cliarles hm 1Wcli$9 ' 13 First Street, Sign Golden Mill Saw. Kvansvilie, Jan. 14, 1862. tlstmar Thus. 1C. Gakvibt. - - . Jaxcs Rfid -- CARVII1 & REID. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Omct-M THIBD STREET, Mi JJVS VILMJK, MJVttI JJ. Will nav particnlar artentioa to the PUKCHAS1 and BALK of HEAL, KSTATK. - jan2Sti.ulvr B BW MML'tt.V V W pound, at IU.7its At 8 cants ir , VICKEBT DUO'S. feb6 MtOVOJl JVVT cask, new crop, just re- ceivsd and tor sals by S. . GILBERT A CO.. dac27 .No. 4 Sycamore street. Cg M.MSX.JiJ"UMtH' KM It J I- Vfi W ML An assortment of tba abnvo celebrated Gloves jnst received at ' suiiAriiitri ec pusisu 3, dec30 ' ' - . No. 49 Slain street. gp CCU IVMMJBJI T M-'JL OVH.bi) sacks Buck- wheat Flour, Extra, at jin8 H. A. COOK'S. Ohio Rye Coffee. -gpvMiHir Boor not to rvh- JLm aOS'3 now to Ket some of tb.it justly cele brated Ohio Bye Coffee, whicri bun jnst arrived per steamer Lancaster No. 4. Also received ter railroad. 53 bushels of Indlina growth of Bye Coffee, which gooi off 1) fee hot cakes at extremely low prices for cash, aod ca.h only, at , KUSTOfi'S febt Feed Store, Mater strest. w pt - -'vr.B nn vj.k as ss WW Tork. Lard, Tallow. Bacou. Whea Corn - Oats, Kye, llay. Floor, Dried Apples. Pried Poaches, feathers, liagj, Gtmaang, Beeswax, BeanB, Potatoes, Cry or Green Bidos. or any other produce in exchange for Groceries. janisz " UJfiU. iOSTEIl ft CO. WWOHSX JSJUMJVMMiTa A fine lot of JUL hsavy Horse Blannets and Covers fast re ceived at 8CUAPK.KB & BOSSIKCi'S, dec30 - ' No . 9 Main street fThliU Myi.tlf& 5 dozen extra Coll Oil Lf Burners jost received for TheprjrpoHe of al turing Lard Oil and Fluid Lumps. Lamps can be cbanged in flvs sninntcs. Also 10 dor. Coal Oil Chimneys ; 9. dozen Bruihos to clean chimneys ; Wickintt and Shades, at . VICKk BY BH(I8. jrm BUMSli IJ-U CJGJRS, Jkj ,. At a Tery low price, at U. J. CHLAEPFEK'S Jnly29 New Drujr Store. i.TJHVtt bit boxes, best quality, lor ssle by 8. K. GILBERT it CO., oel2 No. 4 Sycamore i truet. DUNI VlWMUS VIVAMUS." ST. CHARLES RESTAURAN T "CHAELEY" HABBE, Prop'r. rWUMti tmOfJB .VJ.flffl H0I,'8 JL bus just been repaiied aud re&Ued, aud is now opened to the public. No expense has been spared to place ths BU Charles In lirat rale trim, aud it will be kept as a first clam housa iu all res pects. vr GAME, IN THE SKASON, And everything edible tu be pnrcii.ed in the mar ket will be served up at the ST. OU A1LKS at at hours, in a style which will suit tbe oat fastiai oos epicure. .-- Choice Brandies and Imported Wines ; the best brauds of Old Bourbon and Monongulmla aud A No. I Liquors of all kinds will be found at the bai of I lie St. Charles. Imported . Cigars, 4 AH the favorite Uavana brauds always on hand . ssT Tbe patronage of my numerous friends aud the public geuerally is respectfully solicited. oc4-6m CHAltLKV 11ABBK. 3JT J.niS .' Xt.ltl'S .' Wo bavejunt 10 JLM ceived a large assortment of Coal Oil Lamps, selected iu person exprejsly for ths Kvansvilie trade. We solicit an examination of price and quality, as we are oonlideut a better or cheaper lot cannot be found this side of Cincinnati. Price from 60 cehts to 75each. declfl VICKEKy BROS., 82 Main at. m m a."r: MtUJJVI We continue to re. to mum Ceive that rich ronntrv ltri.ii. thut waiirlis 30 lbs. to the bushel. Buy tbe kind tlmt will keep your cows lat, at VICKKHV HUuj., Aer7 ' " " No- 854 M'" s TMMJVXMM s3P Honey, at It tJX 1 ". 3(M) Ibn cbeice II. A. COOK'S. 73 Main street. jana -r o nnus vooiceN. o Sugar, at JaoS ti. A. COOK'8. 1 ctJWiu stors anl for sale by n. a. i COOK. ni iTTiEiniii NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BI IE M. a w. vox. Exclusively for the Journal. SUNDAY IJ1GHT REPORT. Arrival of the NiagaraTwo day's later from Europe- British Parliament in Ses sionLord Russell's reply to the Rebel Commission ers, &c. Locisvillb, Feb. 22. The city to-nizht m several localities is quite brilliant with rockets and bonfires. The principal feature in tbe demonstration is the exterior decora tion of the Gait House with multitudes of national flags. Washington, Feb. 22. A reconnoisance was made this morning from Smith's Di vision towards Centerrille, capturing eleven mounted picket. No information was ob tained. Cincinnati, Feb. 23. The Commerciala's Indianapolis Dispatch says fire thousand Donelaoo prisoners had arrived there in the last twenty-four hours. They are the hardest looking men- erer collected toe-eth er, uniformed in rags of all colors. They report secession "gone up," and that thev are better treated and fed here than they have been for the past six months. Most of tne men are anxious to take the oath of allegiance. Their surgeons have been pa roled to attend to their sick, who are be coming quite numerous. Officers are not uniformed and do not look much superior . l. : . m i . iu iue privates, me prisoners are com nos ed of the 4th and 13th Missisainni ftth Kentucky, 4th Alabama, 26th. 45th and djci lennessee. -s V HALirAx, February 22. The Niairar& irom Liverpool on tbe 8th and Ouetnstown on tbe 9th, arrived this evening, bringing two days later news. tix sets of Parliamentary papers on the i i vu war in America nave Deen laid betsre the British Parliament, and about 40 offi cial commuications about the Tuscarora and Kashville. Among the official corres- ponaence lata before the Parliament was Karl Russell's declaration to the Southern commissioners that England could not re cognise the Southern States until tbe war or further negotiations further determined their position. Mr. Gregory in the House of Com denounced the blockade as a mere paper one. ' - The Sumter was detained at Gibralter. She bad difficulty in obtaining coal. Cotton was buoyant and firm. Bread- stuffs with a downward tendency. Consols yj'jj ior money. it appears that in January. 18G2. Earl Russell instructed Lord Lyons it Lincoln's Cabinet wished for advice, to reply that England declined unless both parlies ap nea for counsel. Rnssell reporta the subject of a conversa tion with Yancey, Yost and Mann, who urged tbe recognition of the Southern Con federacy. His answer was that England would observe strict neutrality. Thai Her Majesty could not acknovsjedge the inde pendence of the nine States until the for tune of war or peaceful negotiation shall more fully determine tbe respective posi tions of tbe two belligerents. In December when war appeared to be probaF2ir bet ween England and America, Lord Lyons wa directed to speak with Seward about letters of marque, and say iu ease of war Great Britain is willing to abolish privateering, if tbe President will make a similar engagement. The indications in the British Parliament so tar, are that the session would be a quiet one. Ia tbe House of Lords, Lord Caronson inquired as to the truth of tbe arrest and imprisonment of a Canadian subject named Sheppard by order of Secretary Seward. He commented severely oa tbe conduct of tbe United States, if the facta were correctly reported, especially the demand that Shep pard should take the oath of allegiance. Earl Russell wa3 understood to say that tbe main facts were correctly reported, but Seward stated to Lord Lyons that the oath waa tendered simply under the belief that he was an American citizen. Earl Camonoon laid he should certainly move for the papers. He hoped tbe Gov ernment would not be content with remon strances but would also demand compensa tion. - . , ' . Advices from Gibralter say that parties in tbe coaling business there resolved not to supply tbe Sumter with coal except for cash. The paper offered was deemed ineli gible. Nautical men say the ship has no fight in ber Tbe London Times says tbe American people in tbe last six months have con trived to spend more money in a shorter time and to less purpose , than any . other people on the face of tbe globe: and that ia literally all that haa been done, and urges that tbe subjugation of the South and fu ture re-union haa become impossible. Tbe Official Gazette publishes an order of the Privy Council removing the prohibition against tbe export of saltpetre, arms, and ammunition. Gloomy accounts are published of the British Columbia gold fields. The Bank of France haa reduced tbe rate J per cent. The Bourse is firm. Spain. The Cortez was discussing the treaty with Mexico. . Louisville, Feb. 23. General Buell left here several days ago, and proceeded in the direction of Nashville. His staff leave here to-morrow for the place of his destination. It is reported that many of the negroes taken some time since from the Swan River country, by the rebeis, to aid in fortifying Nashville, took advantage of the panic cre ated there by tbe taking of Fort Henry and DonelsoD, and are making their way back to their old homes. They say it is too late to fortify Nashville. It is understood that the rebels proposed destroying tho bridges and roads near Nashville, on their retreat backward, but citizens along the road re monstrated and prevented it. Rumors, which cannot be traced to any reliable aource, prevailed all day of tbe evacuation of Nashville by the rebels. St. Louis, Feb. 23i.The gunboat Ea3ex arrived from Cuiro to-day. She will imme diately be put on the ways, and fifty feet added to her length, her machinery lowered into the bold, and repaired throughout in the most thorough manner. Capt. Porter, who came on tbe Essex, is quite rap idly improving. His face and hands are pretty severely scalded, but be inhaled no steam, and will be ready for duty again Boon. Cincinnati, Feb. 24. The river haa risen 10 feet 8 inches since Friday night. Still rising at the rate of one inch per hour. 42 feet in channel. AFTERNOON REPORT. A new order from General Halle ck The gunboat Es sex at St. Louis Commo dore Foote'a Proclamation Gov. "Wright Senator in place of Bright A rebel plan to defend Nashville. Headquarters Dept. Missodbi, St. Louis, Feb. 22, 1862. Sr. Louis, February 23. The Major Gen eral commanding this Department desires to impress upon all officers the importance of preserving good order and discipline among their troops as the army of the west advances into Tennessee and other Southern States, and thus show to our fellow citizens of these States that we come merely to crash out the rebellion, and restore to them peace and thlnbenefits of tbe Constitution and the Union, of which they have been deprived by selfish and unprincipled lead ers. They have been told that we come to oppress and plunder. By our acts we will undeceive them. We will prove to them we come to restore, not to violate the Con stitution and Laws. In restoring to them the glorious flag of the Union, we will as sure them that they shall enjoy under its folds the same protection of life and prop erty as in former days. soldiers, let no excesses on your part tar- nisn me giorv ot our arms. ine orders Heretofore issued in this De- partment in regard to pillaginer, marauding and destruction of property, eand stealing ana concealment ot slaves, must be strictly eniorcea. it does not belong to tbe mill tary to decide upon the relation of master and slave. Such questions must be settled by civil Courts. No fugitive slave will therefore be 'admitted within our lines or camps exGept when specially ordered by ine uenerai commanding: ; - women and cnildren, merchants, farmers. mecnanics, and all persons not in arms, are regarded as non-combatant, and are not to be molested either in their persons or prop erly, it, However, tney aid and assist the enemy, they become belligerents, and will be treated as such. It tbey violate the laws of war, they will be made to su' v the pen alties oi sucn violation. The military stores and fpublie property of tbe enemy must be surrendered, and any attempt to conceal such property by fraudu lent transfers, or other wise, will be pun ished. But no private property . will , be touched, uuless by oider9 of tbe General commanding. Whenever it becomes necessary to levy forced contributions for tbe supply and sub sistence of our troops, such levies will be made as light as possible, aod be so distrib uted as to produce no distress among the people. AJ1 property so taken must be re ceipted and duly accounted for, as hereto fore directed. These orders will be read at the head of every regiment, and all officers are commanded to strictly enforce them. Isy command of Major General Halleck. . ... A. II. McLEAN, Asa't Adj't General. Caibo, Feb. 22. Everything is quiet at Fort Donelson. Tbe rebels before evacua ting Clarksviile fired tbe railroad bridge crossing tbe Cumberland at that point. Commodore Foote issued the following pro clamation ; To the Inhabitants of Clarksviile : At the suggestion of tbe Hon. Cave Johnson, Judge Trisdom, and the Mayor of the city, who called upon me yesterday, after our hoisting the Union Sag on the boats, to ascertain my views and intentions towards citizens and private property, I hereby announce to all peaceably disposed persons that neither in their persons nor property shall they suffer molestation by me or by the navttl force under my com mand, and they may safely resume their business avocations with the assurance of my protection. At tbe same time I require all military stores and ar.ny equipments shall be surrendered, no part of them btiag withheld or destroyed ; and further that no secession flags cr mauifestions of secession feeling shall be exhibited, and for the faith ful observance, of these conditions I shall hold the authorities of the city responsible. ANDREW H. FOOTE. Some of the Nashville papers advise the undermining of some of the bluffs on tbe Cumberland - and blowing them into the river on the approach of our gun boats, either to destroy them or obstruct the channel. Indianapolis, Feb. 24. Gov. Morton has appointed Ex-Gov. Joseph A. Wright United States Senator from Indiana, to fill the place of Jesse D. Bright. LAST NIGHT'S REPORT A White Flag from Columbus Wiufield Scott appointed Minister to Mexico Re turn of our prisoners Fort Monroe to be connected 'with Baltimore by tele graph GEN. BUELL IN NASHVILLE Gov. Harris calling in Tennessee troops Tennessee redeemed ! St. Louis, Mo., February 24. A special from Cairo to the Democrat sajs that tbe latest intelligence from tbe Cumberland River is that Buell's forces now occupy Nashville and that Gov. Harris has called in all tbe Tennessee ttoops, and that a strong reaction has takes place. Washington, February 23. Washing ton's birthday was chosen for the nomina tion to the Senate of Winfield Sott as Min ister Extraordinary to Mexico, witb, it is said, functions, such as he exercised in the Pacific. Accompanying this nomination, the project of a treaty went into the Sen ate, whose principal feature was the as sumption of tbe Mexican debt, and the in terest that is now due, to the amount of $3,000,000 per year. The treaty guaran tees our payment of it in hve years. ' There is no law for the appointment of an Assistant Minister to Mexico or any other country. It is thought Gen. Scott's nomi nation would be confirmed by tbe Senate, particularly as his functions would be lim ited to the armed quarrel conspired against Mexico, at a moment when we could not defend the Monroe doctrine and go to her help, but it is very doubtful whether tbe Senate will favor the scheme of buying off England, France and Spain for five years, or for life. Senator Fessenden faithfully tried, on Friday and Saturday, to get together the Committee of Conference on the , Treasury Note bill, without success. It is believed here that tbe . rebels will I make a great fight at Nashville. I Col. Corcoran will be made a Brigadier from the General as coon as he returns South. L Unles3 the people in this city are very much mistaken, something important is about to transpire of military movements. Two weeks certainly will not pass without something being done.. It ia believed by many that our army ia already in motion. I may here state that, had Gen. McClellan determined to advance, the condition of the roads would not have been an impediment. , Caiko, February 24. 8PSCIAL TO THE TIMES. The Cairo expedition, composed of four iron-clad gunboats; two mortar boats, 27th Illinois, and a battalion of the 8th Wiscon sin made a reconnoisance down the river this morning. It was ascertained that the rebels had seized all flatboats and skiffs as far np as they dare come. Also that there bad been a movement of troops at Columbus. Whether re-enforcements had arrived was not learned. , ' ' The gun and mortar -boats were getting into position on the Missouri side, when a rebel steamer with a white flag made its ap pearance. Rebel officers came on board the Ciacinnati. A consultation took place, last ing over two hours, with what result, has not been made known, but the expedition returned. - - - c Baltimore, Feb. 24. Tbe Old Point boat has arrived here, having left Fortress Mon roe yesterday. She brings 14 released offl cers, including CoL Wood, of tbe 14th (Brooklyn) regiment, who was wounded and captured at Bull Sua ; Col. Lee, of the 20th Massachusetts Regiment, captured at Ball's Bluff; Col. Coggswell, of the Tam many regiment, and Capt. Keeper of Ba ker's California regiment. " Col. Wood was paroled, and had tbe lib erty ot moving about the city of Richmond previous to his leaving. Ha was present at tne inauguration of Jeff. Davis, and states no enthusiasm was manifested on the - oc casion, hardiy a cheer being raised. Col. Lee, of the Mass. 20th, says that just peiore leaving tticnmond, on Saturday even ing, be was taken aside by a distinguished officer of the - rebel government, who pri vately assured mm tbat an official dispatch iiaa just been received of the fall of Nash ville. Fort Monro,, Feb. 23. The Adelaide brought down tbe balance of the 6th Wis consin Regiment, and conveyed them to Newport news tnis morning. Gen. John E. Wool, Col. Cannon, and major Jones, ot nis stair, went this morniner under a flag of truce, to meet, by appoint ment, uen. Howell Cobb, of Craney Island, ior tue purpose or opening negotiations for the exchange of prisoners. The Adelaide was met by the Wm. Selden, and General Wool having stepped on board the latter, consultations or about an hour in length took place between tbe two Generals. The result of the interview is not known. The Hoboken. with the submarine cable to be laid across the bay, did Dot leave un til It o clock this evening. A connection baving been made between between the ca ble and land wire at its terminus at Beech- grow, above the Fort, communication wag kept up between Hoboken and Gen. Wool's headquarters. Everything is proeressine satisfactorily up to 4 o'clock this evening, and Mr. Heiss telegraphed that he had pro ceeded five miles out. There is no doubt about tbe line being successfully laid, and if the weather is favorable, the line trill bn ODen to-mnrrn w- The Geo. Washington left at 9.30 this dyu released prisoners. She has now, at 5 o ciock returned. . Toe prisoners go to Bal timore to-niguc. Among them Is the crew of the Osceola, captured in the Gulf of Mexico on the 1st of November. Most of the prisoners belong to tue xammany ana Uautornia regiments, ana were i&Ken at uau s mull. inere are now no Union' prisoners at Kicnmona. i - CINCINNATI MARKET. Cincinnati, Feb, 24. Floub firm but the demand is moderate only: super 4,50(3.4,55 ; extra 4,60f2l4.65. Wheat rather dull but prices unchanged. uea asi,oo; wnite l,05l,00. Oats dull at 2828Jc. , . . .. Corn firm at 30 centa. " , ' - " Rtk in fair demand at 5253c. Bablet dull, the brewera having com bined to refuse paying tbe current rates, J(aj75c for prime fall. Whisky 18c and in fair demand. raovisiONs closed dun. mere was a large amount of country packed offered on change' and holders anxious to sell. Mess Pobk is offered at $11.7512.00. Bulk pork 35c. : La ed 1. 900 bbls Mess Pork sold at $11.50, delivered at' points in tbe interior. There were sales of 200,000 . bbls bulk pork at 6c for sides, 3,45 for shoulders j ZOO bnds bacon sides at 5Jc. Bacon shoul ders are offered at 4c- , . : . - U . . , No cbaDee in erocaries. Coffee is held firmly under advices from New York, but Sugar and Molasses are dull- and prices drooping Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.! Caibo, Feb. 22. There has been no arrival from the Cum; berland to-day.. It is reported that if the evacuation of Nashville, by the Confederates, becomes ne cessary, tbey will fire the city, but that the citizens will extinguish the names. - . , i . , Tbe citizens of Nashville consider the re bellion played out, and are anxious to re turn to the Union. ; ' S2C0ND DISPATCH. It is reported that the rebel Gen. Johnson, after baving given his parole of honor to Grant, passed through the Federal lines and escaped. - Tbe loss of the 17th Illinois is in killed, 16; wounded, 64. , A messenger from Fort Donelson who ar rived last evening, reports that General Grant and a portion of his staff, accompan ied by Col. Wallace, of the 11th Illinois, proceeded under a flag of truce up the Cum berland beyond Clarksviile, in the direction of Nashville, and met Governor Harris, wbo, after a lengthy interview, asked for an arm istice and a cessation of hostilities for three days, when he promised that the Federal nag should float over every fortified point in Tennessee. Tbe Colonels of the regiments located here are ordered to report concerning the efficiency of their commands immediately to headquarters. The indications are that a forward movement will soon be made. ' . It is currently reported and believed that General Bcell occupied Nashville to-day Generals Cnllom and Paine accompanied the expedition, the former with Commodore Foote. Com. Foote arrived from the Cumberland yesterday on tbe Conestoga, and left to day down the river on tbe Coaestoga. : The Conestoga, a day or two since, picked up some torpedoes floating. They were about three feet long, with a rod ending in a trident attached to tbe side. A boat striking the trident would force it upon a cap, causing an explosion. The report that Capt. R. R. Hopkins, Co. H, Eighteenth Illinois, proved himself a coward at Donelson, is entirely false. He was sick, as is shown by a certificate from tne burgeon of his division. The story was spread aoour. oy a -member of bis com' pany. Un Saturday night 1,100 cavalry left Paducah to attempt the capture of the no torious Clay King and his band of ruffians, wno are committing depredations upon Union men ia -that vicinity. There are 10,000 troops at Paducah this morniner. ineiossol tbe iorty-nrst Illinois at the battle of Donelson is, in killed 100, and wounded and missing 300. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Gb?MM.MM!D UJI l,V.AJViTHMi lot Of tllOSS Dies HHAKKR KRIIOMD mr. oneap at cents each, at oct2 ' VICKEEY BBOB. No. 82 Main Street. fWHMTMi JLMlJMMMm sr sr e 60 keirs 8t. Lonis Whit T.a.1. tn rvia will be sold very cheap for cash, by bamtjeii obb. Clioioo FRUIT TREES, OMJyjJtlBJYTJIj BHMtVBB, Evergreens, Roses, &c, &c. CULTIVATED AND FOB SALE AT THE COLUMBUS INT XT 3rL JSJ 3ZS H. .TT . BY BATEHAM, HANF0RD & CO., COLUMBUS, OHIO. Orders received by C. F. BBOCGHTON, sola Agent.. Ieb3-dw4m JOTMVM OMf SJiM,JB. Notice is hereby V v given that I will sell at Public Auction, at my shop, in the Citv of Xvansvilln. Vsniirhnrrh county, Indiana, on WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of ii.iauiui, looz, Between me no ars or v o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said dav. dim 1 horu bngKVt the property of Joseph Neal of Wolf IsIaoJ, Mississippi county, etate or juissoorl, to eatiely a mechanics lien which hold on uirl nrrtnArtv for 832,00, storage, advertisiss;, and costs forselllng same.- CHB1STI AN DEOKEB. Third at. adjoining Oonrt Hoaee. feb3-dtdw3w F. FENDRICH BROTHERS, v Kvansvilie, tlnJ., JOHN FENDRICH BROS.. Colombia, Pa. Established In 1850. BRANCHES OF THE BALTIMORE HOUSE, ESTABLISHED IS 1818, JOS. FEflDIilCil BROS. JP WC S I iXi" ICll 12 i Off. EVANS VIXLE, INDIANA, Established in 1550. TOBACCO AND- CIGARS, WWB OFFMiU M'OJt SJM,tl TliJi. 9 W largest aod best assortment of Tobacco and Cigars ia the Wert. We call tbe attention cf Sutlers and Storekeepers to examine our stock, micu mey wm una exceusive ana cneap. W'Ml M1JI VI! OJV 100,000 porels Joseph cigars. 10,000 . porels Charles du. o,f00 porels John do. ; 10,000 I,h Cva. 10,000 porels Francis. 15,000 ' Henry Clay. 20,000 La Napoleon. 16,000 C. Branson's. " 12,000 Begalia Havana. 16,000 La8aladinas. 15,000 ta India. 100.000 Half epsnish. 111,000 Patent Pressed. 15,000 Ia Belle Amsrlcus. 50 boxes Bed Clay Pipes. .., 60 boxes Powhattan Pipe. 1,000 boxes Common Clay Pipes. 30 dozen Briar Boot Pipsj, 20 dozes Me. rcb;am Assorted lipvs. 60 gross Paniiih Pipes. 25 60 60 20 90 10 20 10 20 20 20 20 60 10 boxes extra Virginia Cheering Tobacco. boxes 4 oz. Lump Virginia Chewing do. caddies Planters' Pride. boxes Light Presred Virginia. boxes Five Lump Tobacco. kees Bough and Ready. boxes Gold Boot Virginia Tobacco. boxes Thomas Koto's Tobacco. gross Sunny Side Tobacco. ... gross Solace Tobacco gross Sweet Owen. boxes O. Branson's Tobacco. boxes Pure Scotch Snuff. bbls Macaboy Snuff... . . bbls French enuff. packages Pride of tbe West Smoking To bacco. 6,000 6,000 packages itoscbnd do. 5,000 packHges Magnolia do. 00 bbls i ine Cut Chewing Tobacco. ; 20 bbls Fine Cnt Chewing. 100 hble Fine Cut Smoking. S,o00 pounds Kinkinnick Smoking Tobacco. 200 IDs Grand Turkish Tobacco. 200 lbs Carlotta Smokiog Tobacco. 600,000 Pipe Stems, assorted. 600 dozen Herman Pipes. SO dozen French Pipes. 12 cases Connecticut Seed Leaf. We offer the above goods for sale at Baltimore prices. We have no competition in our line this side of Cincinnati. We invite dealers To examine our large stock, which tbey will find extensive and cheap. Give ns a call. FBANCI3 FENDRICH, BEOS., No 2T Main Street, Kvansvilie, Ind. Sign of Old Bob Ridley." Febl2 3 SMXMtH UM JHU.S-Jt A" tlVJJP tin the esseuce of Snow, Browu, Wiudeor, Varie gated and Crystalized bar Soaps, for sale at ii. J. BCHLAKPFER'S. janl ' Drug Btore, MgrmfiMM W;LV TWMJVK.-l.iW MM. best quality for sale low br uov8 8. K. CJILBEKT A CO. JS. ItUHltiJV HVfiHS. New Orleans and M Cuba Sogars Jnst received aod for sale at a small advance on cost, at VIUKBRY BBO'S. janU No. 82 Main street. tUVMUMMJV 4UJYTM.MST2U dozen Just received at - . , SCHAPKEB A BUSSISU'8, dec 30 ' No. i'J Alain street. 50 CMSJSTU Mi A C M new Beef Tonanee. at decl'8 VICKKKT BBOS. 82 Main st. WPMCMt 160 bbls best quality, for sale by JeV febI3 8. K. GILBERT ;C0. Agency for Soldiers Claims. MTV W. JlcHHMUMi JWm WHITTLK8Y Urocnre Invalid PenBiona. Bounty Money, Arrears of Pav, and Land War rants, under the several acU of' Congress Jr'ses moderate, aad no Dart of tlieir r.h lected till the claim is secured. Office on tbe north side of Third Street, between Main and Locnst, Kvansvilie, India a. leoio UcBBIDJE W HITTLE5IT. J .; - V NEW ADVERTISEMENTS O r-t-O -S so O O o T3 o o -i O o CO P3 o o CO to O 0 2SJ -J I J r-v O - O S- P E3 - ia s a i o o o -l , 1 U3 S3 n p o CO m rt at 5 vT3 O k V r? O M CD P t U. W i p o p? B. fcr La SB o o act GO Pi r cr o 0! o o la a o TJ Ti CO r-t w o C3 -t S3 trt- n o CD P t r t c 3 5 CO E fc or r-r- o 3 w n UiLJ O ss sr o p M IS JfgrEBMM'fS f&Jll.K .V. 49. Notice is hereby givan that bv vinnt. of un cntion issned out of the office of the I rk !, Conrt of Common Plen. of Vandi-rhn h t . '. Indiana, in favor ot H. Q W1 ee er, V the Canal Dank, end n,-sn t l r . a Wm. H. P. Sioddard, sort John W. Hi-sr es levied upon, and wilr, oa 8ATOBDAT, MARCn 8, 12, betweon the honrs of 10 o'clock, a m hi ., clock, p. M., of said dv, at the Uoor of th. Uonse, in the city ef Kvansvilie. Indiana. ,,ff i sale at public auction the rents, ibu.(i and . r--:u for a terra not exceeding seven years, ot til., lo lowing described real estate, to-wit : Lots No. three (3), four (4), He ("), x (fi) e ku (7), eiaht (8), and nine (9) i;i block No oi 1 aad lot No eight (8), in block No. th (3,ii said lots boiiig iu Bray's Eniariteine 1. 1 u , of Evansville. Ind ana. And should said rents and nronts uu i.., sum suilicient to pay said writ and cos the same time and place, ctlar lor sale tl of said pi-emises UEOItGE WOL'-LIN Whec-lnr Igleheart, Pl'ffa A j s. Ieblo-1. QIIM!MMMM"M SJMiMs wVO. 1'y virtue of an order o; sale laout-1 'it oflice of the Clerk of the ceure ot Coin i of Vaoekrburich count v. Indian . -. 1 t tl f'ieat or 1 Uuelur lock, aud against Thomas Uifliird uuJ tb- ers, x wui, on 8ATCRDAT, MARCH 8th, Ui,Z, between the hours of 10 o'olock, a. lu , and 1 o' clock, P. M., of said day at the door of th Aurt House in the city of Kvansvilie, Iudini oll.rfjr sale at public auction the rni,u:l protits for th, term seven years of the folio . tiig d-.ril cd estate, viz : Lot No. seven (7) aod the uUjoi:;n oik-I ,: . f lot No. six (0), iu hi ck No. -4a e . .-.) i t well's Enlargement of ihe Ci y of i a v. . .. dar burgh County, Indiana. And should said reuuj una pruht.1 u n for a Sum sufficient to sutioly writ an i cu i I will. At the same time aud m&c. oihr ior u.e and seil the fee simple of ul pruam.-n. GEOBGB WjU'LiN, S. V. C. Wheeler Irlehart, Plaintiff's AiUrue. feb!51ts?5.25 Court Notice. STATE OF INDIANA, 1 In the Vanderburgh Vanderburgh County. Circuit Court. April Term, 1:02. lio. 6J. William Xhoma, Aaron Burrow, Beujanin Forccluro. .tritie.Uht isuan Kiatie, , William Heilmau.and Jila- 7 h. Cunninghsiu. imT M'M'MStMt.va u irtr M. on flie iu the oiho of ih- leik tfumaM li nt Aaroa Burrow, one of the dt-.'emidut's Ij tne aliuvc entitled action, the ohjjc of bich id to ior -.. a mortgage, is a nou -re nuont .f the Sla v of lw ana, and that he is a ntoessary iart iu mi d ac tion. Notice of the pendency of t-och action U ihi-ii-fore given to tald Aaron Burrow, and thai lie same will stand for trial at the i.-c term .fie Court aforesaid, to be beuun end nt-ld at th Com t House, ia the City of Lvantv.ile. in t..e cuuiy and bta.u aforesaid, ou the arst Atoaday in Airn. 1663. Witness the ceal of the Clerk of said Court, tliia lith day of February, 1862 LOCIS EICHTER, C. V. C. O. Wheeler 4 Iglehart, Pltf's Any'o. fei.lo.3w jMMMSMMMTM" Si BJtMjiS .ti. OCT. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an execution issued out of the orhce of he Cleik of the Court of Common I'luaB oi Van icrhurh County, Indiana, in favor of Joph Gerard, and against Philip Bausch and Chriatiau Lit i.io.icb, I have levied upon, and will, on 6ATCBDAY, MAECII 8, lio2, between tbe houri! of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock T. M. of said day, at the door of the Court IJouoo in the city of vansviHe, Vanderburgh c ufy, Indiana, offer for sale at public auction the rcn, issues and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of tbe follow) ot described real en late, to wit:J Tbe DHilfvided oae-fourth of the uort i.hhs i ar. ter of the sonih-e-vt ijuir er oi ihe outu . . ; qnar:er of section No thlit-eu (Hi, ' i j fco. six (G), south of range No. am-:. ( - ) -.- '-j Vanderburgh County, Inaian ; -ni i . h vlded one-fourth of lots No th e- ai. : ? in block No. one hund'el u I n ir.y .i.. ( B i. ooraing to the recoi -eu plat of La .bctj C t , u w within tLe Uity ot r.vausvi a, ao-i atie ate e-iia. The eaid described real es 'ate t.ikerj tut ihe pro, e tv of Pbilio Itauach, aud a tnheri.el hy iiLn -a one of tbe heirs at law of Philip U'iu,ch, d c-a.,e t. And should said rents aed u.oDk not -. I: tor a snm sufficient to satisiy said writ a I o-iv I vi ii at tbe same time and place, offer fur bal l i.u -ei the fee simple of said pri-minea UtUU'-lC WOLt Ll. V. G. W Hardin, Pla nulTs At one.. febl5-3twJ3.75 UJBHMr,la SJ L.M:, . 5 I By virtue of an ext-ci tl iu i-n o . i ofDce of the Clerk of the Co rt ef Ioujuuii ; t it of Vanderburgh county, Indiana, iu !v i iionort r. Nigbtinga e, and again t It i.a.-j V k and tisorge Binkel, I will, oj 8ATCBDAY, MAKCU8, lfetiA bel"veen the hours of 10 o'clock, A M and 4 o clock, P. M; of said day, at tue door of the c mi House, in tbe City 'f Evansviile, Iudlaiii. x pose to sale at public auction the real . tu and promts for ths term f eou ye-tr, ,i following 1ecribed real estate, 10 wit: The north half of tbe wst half of tbe o west quarter of section No. thirti f.i r ( 4 , tewnahip No. five (5), sooth of lan.o N . e -(11) west, in Vanderburgh Countv, luiia . a, I . od ai the property of John Geo g- lliuke!. And should ssid rents and prints not oell I-.. sum somcient to satisfy said writ and corns, 1 w at tne same timo and place, offer fur sale the t simple of said premises. CEOKOB WOIFLIS, 6. T T. A. T. Whittlesey, Plaintiff's Atttruev. ie.t16-3tS5.25 Court Notice. STATE OF ISDIANA,rVa"d"h,!re cli" 1 Vanderburgh County' J ' Isaac Joseph and 1 Abraham Gimbel ( . . . . .uiauou. i Attachment. . I L" vi L. Lavcock. J r J M 1' Hi II B Jl.ySJ I'tl M. this day filed in the offl e of tne Ci-i k Court aforesaid, that the claia in toe ah ' tied action is for goeds sol i and iun.iiie i j -instance and request ot the defe idaui, an-i ' t defendant is a non-rrshieut of ih M-.'e f " Notice of the pendency of thi- ae-t i given to said t.evl L. laycooit i ' will stand for trial at toe i.ex te in . aforesaid, to be begun and I el 1 - ti- . . in thecltyof Bvausvilfe, iu t.eoui.t tu aforesaid, on tbe first Monday in April, l-..a. Witness the Clerk of Said Court the J'jth day ot January, 1362. " L0CI3 BICHTEB.C. V. C. C. Wheeler Islehart, Pl'rT Att js.