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VOLUME XV.
BUSINESS CARDS.
-mm. '
J W. HICHABDSON. . . ,. T. r. BB1TTOB1
' RICHARDSON & BRITTON,
Livery & Sale Stable,
-,-- - . . Oi Third Street, 1
(Between Main aud Locu-it streets),
r EVANSVILLE, IND.
-mw Always ready to sccotiiniodAte.
Jault-lyd
C. ARMSTRONG,
. Successor to U. W. Armstrong,
Steam Furniture and Chair
MANCrAOTCfiEB,
' And wholesale and retail dealer in all kinds vf
. ftm anJ Fanei Furniture and Chair.
jr HJtVM TUM 1.4 it U HUT, JJVMt
M one of the best arranged and toaducted tract u-
fits went of Cincinnati, and cau noil as low as aay
Cincinnati House. ,
Any Pattern desired made to order on abort ua
sic. Turning of any kind promptly attended to.
assy-All work warranted to u made of seasoned
ateriaJ, and of auprkr workmanship. Ware
v Booms, No. 86 Maiu street. .
c.
SCHMITT & STARK,
" ' Wholesale and Betail Dealers Id
French, English & American
.. APER HANGINGS,
MUSLIN ANI PAPER '
Shades aud Fixtures, Curtain Uoods, Gilt Cor
nices, Curtain Pins and Parlor Mirrors.
Mo. 3 and 5 First street, Evanavllle, Indiana.
- apr!9-ly
James Steele,
(8UUCK880U TO STEELS 4 HUNNKI.,)
2d ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS,
UBK88JBU Z.UJKBKB,
Boards, Iths, fo.,of every description constant
ly on hand. Packing Boxen of all binds made to
irdor. Hawing of every kind done on tbe shortest
notice. aprl8-ly
shut r. mi LKB.
MILLER &
3. HBKBT NIEHAUS
NIEHAUS,
' 1 PKALEB8 IN-
XFL,-r GOOD
BOOlS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS. Ao.
Wff. 4,3 JOJIJV BTHMtHT,
- EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
NATIONAL HOTEL,
Corner Main and Fourth St.,
Louisville, Ky. .
T. A. HARROW, PROPRIETOR.
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY.
no2lTtf
. . . PHILIP DECKER,
(Successor to Docker A Kra-ner),
MAN UFA CTURER OF LAUD OIL,
SOAP AM) CAMIliES,
Alas an Mttra article of
mtajvijyret, jkjwjvk, r omb otL.
Dealer, In Boain, Soda, Ashes, o. A'so
PURE CATAWBA WINE,
Of our own raising, in quantities to suit pmchaaers,
45 mXlmtm street m bet. tt Besom,
KVANSVtLLE.lND.
MVTerma cash, or AO days' paper negotiable tu
kauk. jaoUi-ly
JAMES T. WALKER,
JUSTICE Of IB E P la A C I
AND -
GEkiEBAL COLLLITING AGKN ...
Ewnrailte, tuiiatm.
Office on Ttilrd street, between Main iu bra
Mare streets.
J. B. BOKL1KB. . H. T. BLOUNT. S. H 'St.l WMCM.
ROELEER, BLOUNT &Oo.
(Successors to Eoelker, Kluxoiaa 4 Co.!
HAMOrACTUSIlUS or - ' .
Stoves, Hotlevf.Wsrr, lloosa Fronts
Balconies, Keetig, Kl Hagi .
ALHO DKAI.BRS IN
Tinners' Stock of all Kinds.
bawpln and Sale Koom, No. 7t Main Slr ,
"BOEDER &. BECKER'S
tl3st:.bet. Main an Syeamsr.
t ... 't - ' i .
1h nnderslgned would rear e'f""? Inform their
onstomsrs, and tks poblic in general, that they
hare moved their store and shop to tb next 4oor
west of their old place, and that they now hare on
band targe assortment of Boots and Shoes, for
sentlemen, ladies, and children ; Gaiters of every
description, o., which they will sell at very .low
- "TTtr 1jJT a ,n.irtiir will l nromnttT at-
Wnded to. Only Brat-rats hands are amployed Is
'tZ&T' - - ROKDKU BBOKKB.
'TT'TT.TJ N ELL'S !
- . . i ,-fiORNBIf -or1 '
WALNUT 'STREET, AK H THB CANAL,
it- rniRl. "Jvjii aft KNTIU I-I8HM -VTT
- - M io ttoi In tnil oDeration. with new and com-
nietii Ujiiihin.-T of the latest style, for Planing aud
Dressing Lumber, Planing and Grooving
makinz uoors ana uuiui5.i -
Blinds, and very other doyription of wors rtoue
In such eataoashmenU. ' '
. ,v Alt work at these Mills warranted to be well
- - done, and will be ofiered at the lowest eah prices.
r ' ' Dry Poplar flooring and Weatberboaiding eon.
taDtly on hanfi, and will be sold for cash. i
Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattera. !
, . ellttlet? and all kinds of fcawtng done to order,
. a -J In the most approved st la. - ' '
,.. ,a , . . - WM. HTJNtfKLIi.
' , , : . . WEOLISAIil D1ALBB IS , -
GROCERIES & LIQUORS,
-- Ro. Wast l-'trst street, .
apSSS-ty ' EVANrt V 1LLK , I N P.
GREAT- BARGAINS 11 1
- - . - ' IN "
Dry' Goods, Boots & Shoes,
v. liais, uaps. ccc.
. 2 S JOHN J.; MERRITT,
Successor to
' ,rTZ ZTT,a .r. lik l AI Li Oesh Custom'
t .rTlX from their Large, New. and
1 ST? . , Vblonable Dry Geods, Boots,
n.ie$au. " w
tshoes. Hats and Caps,
- inimi rCHT TJRirKS I
1 fKirvj ..nUsiciH.1
r lain ......... ......... rnul'aTir?
' whitr OODS.and DOMKallCo
Offered at 5 per sees than heretofore re-
e ' All are invited to cams and compare quality ano
nrtos with any other house in tue city.
' ' J. 8. JAQTJfcSS CO.,
-. ann-lvd-12t"' ' r : ; No. 10 First street.
.4CCM8, cart
K3 6 dozen pint
CJTBUP8, e
WorceBtershiee sanee;
HIBAM nrLSON
.josxra r. m bbynclpb.
Anntio-n and Commission.
v AMI.KSA- et c., 8t';vAtmsB8
"MM. to Woolsey 4 Nelson, will eoutinae the
jootml salon busings, both at private sale aud at
.Minn, at tha old atani. corner Main and Third
- i - ..... niMlfMtltA tha Waahiucton llotol, where
- thT will pay particular atteatiou to ttie sale
J . .V . V, will a r tun il
veryTDing wkubk , j -...
snv auction slea anywhere in the city.
Particular attention given to the sale of Lands
aad Tewn Iia Ac. Ac fcbl7-l
; . : S. K. LEAVITT,
Attorney at Law & Notary Public.
- Offlcson Third etreet, between
' Main and Sycamore, up stairs, .
' srTin attend promptly to all kinds of Lawand
- UotivHal business. -j -J' Zl
zs-n-xs m a-r int. US Uoili Oil or Fara
ml W flna Candles and 6 dosen Oval Coil Oil
r Chimn.ysnot urar . pt to break a. the round
j
MISCELLANEOUS.
Scrofula, or King's EviL
is a const it uional disease, acorrnption of the blood
by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak and
poor. Being ia the circulation, 1t pervades the
whole body, and may burst out in -disease la that
part of it. Ko organ Ia free from its attack, nor
is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofu
Ions taint is caused by mercurial disease, low living
disordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth and
fllthv uabite, the depressing vices, and, above all.
by the venereal infection. Whatever be Its origin,
it is hereditary in the Constitution, descending
"from parents to children, unto the third and
fourth generation;" Indeed, it seems to be the rod
of Mini who says, " I will visit the iuiouitios of the
fat tittrs upon their children. "
lis etlocta commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the
litugs, liver, aud internal organs, is termed tuber
cle; in the glands, swellings; and, on the
surluce, eruptions or sores. This foul corrup
tion, which genders in the blood, depresses the en
ergies of lite, so that scrofulous constitution not
only suffer from scrofulous complaints, bnt they
have far less power to withstand the attacks of
other diseases ; consequently vast n umbers periah
by diseriiers which, although not scrofulous iu
their nature, are still rendered fatal by this taint
iU the System. Moat of tha rainanmntir.n hi I.
decimates the human family has iu origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many des
tructive diseases of the I lVnr. biririA.a hr. i it a rut
indeed, of all the organs, arise from or are aggrava
ted by the same cause.
One quarter of all onr vwmlA am u-tvifiilrmfi
their persona are invaded by this lurking infection,
and their health is undormined by it. To cleanse
it from the system we must renovate the blood by
sn alterative medicine, and invigorate it by healthy
food and exercise. Snch a medicine we supply
-A. yors's
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical skill
of our times can devise for this evervwhere nre-
vailmg and fatal malady. It is combined from the
moat active remadials that have keen discovered
ior ine expnrgauon or this foul disorder from the
blood, and the rescue of the system from its des
tructive consequences. Hence itabonld be employ
ed for the cur of not onlv Scrofula, but also those
other affections which arise from it, such as Esur
iivs and Skis Diseases. St. Anthony's Firk,
Bass, or Ebtsipelas, Pimples, Pustules, Blotch
kb, Blals, and Boilbs, Tjmors, Tettbb and Salt
Bbkvm, Scald Head, Binuwobk, Bhiuvatisk,
Stphilitio and Mekcueial Diseases, Dropst, D
bility and, indeed, all Complaints Anisma tbo
vitiated ob Impdbb Bi.ooa. The popular belief
In "impurity of the blood" is founded in truth, for
scrofula is a defeneration of the bloodT The par
ticular purpose and virtue of this Sarsaparilla is to
purify and regenerate this vital fluid, without
which sound health is impossible in contaminated
constitutions.
-tSa. "3T 3t 33 S3 9 O
42 IT 12 C ITIZ E ,
FOB TBB SPESDT CORK OF
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague, Re
mittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Pe
riodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, and
Bilious Fevers, indeed, for the whole class of
diseases originating in biliary derangement,
caused by the Malaria of Miasmatic Coun
tries. We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invalnable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. This
" C'vki " expels the miasmatic poison of Ftvrt
anb Aqds from the system, and prevents the de
velopments of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is noton
ly the best remedy t-ver yet discovered for this class
o( complaints, but also the cheapest. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within
tne reach of everybody; and in bilious districts,
where Vkvkb and Aovk prevails, everybody should
have it and use it freely, both far core and protec-
cofin"te,.:i7r.iD :
or Mineral, consequently It produces no quinism or
injurious effects whatever npoo the constitution.
'1 hose cured Dy It are leit as ueaimj as moj
never had the disease.
sever and Agne is not alona tne consequence 01
the miasmatic polsoa. ' A great variety of disor
ders arise froui its irritation 5 among which are
TootiMthe. Ewack, Itoton-a, AUhma. faipn.uioH,
Nautili AjTetu of th Hplteu, HpsMrics, Pais m IM
hvtiHiU, Cuius, famlff and IfriogeuuiU of the
i i.f whii:h. when oriKlnating in this
cause, put oa the intermittent type, er become peri-
OdlCSl. TU1S VUSB - SZIieu me iju.mj ..
blood, and consequently cures tnem aii auao.
ia invaluable protection to immigrants, or persons
travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious
districts. . If taken occasionally or daily while
exposed to the Infection, that will be excreted from
tne syBtesa, ana cauuoi.
quantity to ripen, into disease. Henos lt-ts svsn
more valuable for protection than cure, and few
will ever suffer from Interinittants if they avail
tbenwelvds of the protection this remedv affords.
Prepared by Dr. J CATER &C0.,
- Lowell, Mass. -
Sole Wholesale and Betail Agents la Kvansvllle:
KKLLKB W BITK; BIERBOVVKB A PIKBCE ;
U1CH A OABliSTADT;
and for sale by all dealers and wholesale agents.
Jane , 1861-ly. ,
-mr'
rjvZt7J-VVbiis . Wheat tvnd Buckwheat
s'lour in any size bags require at lowest
n.arset rates, at - '"""
janJ4 i .
No. -83 Mala St.
Mutujyrtit
ATw for sale by
-1,600 half and quarter bones
8. K. GILBKBT A UU.,
No. 4 Sycamore street.
decli7
-25 bair-i. all sies, for
.l.. I.o 8. E.UII1BSUI CWq
x.rB JJK-I TJ1.I. O W VJJVAf M. ts m.
. 25 boxes. Hill Jo., extra tauow uui .
16 do Emery a eon., i vu. ,
15 do- - -dol 7's -do do;
At. t.. IJansj "
...WM. BEILMAB
. iJITY FOUNDRY t
UANUA.0TTJBKB9ANDBTjrtD?-RS0rSTEito
, i '--v. ENiilKKS A Pi U DUlUS.lia,
u.. .nd Orist Mill Machinery, Tobacco Screws
Gumoiins Machines, i;ninese Hugar iuo
T brating nscnm.ii
EVANSV1LLK, ISD.
'I . . I.IUVN rn 111 1 1 1 1 III luril MI wuu .
public in general, that tney are- prepareu .0 uo aw
-rtl.iniraptertainiui to toe toumui,
. - - j " - .i- u-a.w .Will KM AN.
. t . .i id nower required. Saw Mill
mJ are b"'-"; w M ill
"JL"-'r r&Te of any size; listil.
macnuiery S., Srr.. liuui
'"L?nM Thrashing Machines. Malt Mills,
UorseDflwers. CoTn-shellers, Machinery of all kinils
made and repaired. Iron ana "as. V.-. -
.very description iron -"7 im:
nroviui ial terns; ooiiow 1,1-j, - -
li KIV " ft. 1 . . . , 7-' . .
Rnnulied with every description of Copper ana
ht Irou Work, Brewing Kettles. Botngerators,
DUDV .i u.1111 1- .w..i Ar iirniB in
in improved princlyle. Columns for Alcohol StiUa
Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons. Ac; Copper, lrfiut and
Iron Pipe; Copper, irass ana iron ruuxym J.
varietv. for beer, spirits, oil, A Brass Cocks and
V-4.1VP. MOaill Tl UIDM1
'''' a. a. noTtiLfv lit nit wnrb Mil do
rS t aid She, I.
Wo,c- itt A T.H BOUGHT.
111.1 hi .
. .. j ..llinj Allan's Imum,
0,T11,," Twronght Iron welded Pipes aud T
Steani Gauge, roii an.nt wi:hi
They are dealing "! "I""""?., i7i " ' a r
binit. Hiram book - ator.. German Bo
Stephen o- - ;. PM;kiUK. He.l
TTin 8Kb. IroTBlort 11
oi .uo ..f SnAitor. rire Brick
Pig iron, o--,r- r-tv,ab-, Ml.iue. y
of
Ia
They have ever, k eu,raited to
""r.'.rd vidnal aintion. ftll.ua -
doi.
promptly; warran-ing their work, and are sausueo
wtthreas..i.oiepr ... ,i mi itreel
Office anil Bate lioouis, - . - -
foundot v.
Boiler Yard an I tuacmu s-v - --
street, between . irss
lecona .irwet..,
ditcV
silie, Indiana.
BtJHJS J.JBJJ' VJIUIt 5 tierces prime
Lard at 8o per pound, at
H. A. COOK'S.
jan8
JR.'emAa'L
janB
MiCM ! i tierces Prime Bice
H. A. wun. i ,
Jf3 Main street
jttmtjaa
JUVA
m V Shoulders at low prices, at
EVANSVILLE, TNI). TUESDAY HORNING, JMUCfl 4, 1862.
EIISCELLANEOUS.
MILLER & NIEHAUS.'
A NICE ASSORTMENT
or
DRY GOODS, SHOES,
Mais anil Caps,
CONSTANTLY RECEIVED & FOR SAL,
AT
MILLER & NIEHAUS,
43 Main Street.
novl9
mtm FLAGS !,!
Two Large Bunting Flags for
sale. SULK Flags, Uotton
Flags, always on hand
or made to order at
short notice, by
JTIillev V JWicIiaus
LO HXctlzx Street.
novl9
jrmi8aox,UTioJV op co-pjht-
JLW SKBSHiP. The co-partnership heretofore
existing between John Ivinson and Edward Ivin
son, in tha Foundry and Machine business noder
the firm of J. Al . IVINSON, was dissolved by
mutual consent, on the 1st day of October, 1861.
The said John Ivinson assumes to pay and ad
Jost all the outstanding debts of said firm, and is
authorized to settlo all the business of said part
nership. JOHN IVINSON,
KDWAED IVINSON.
January 22, 1862.
John Ivinson,
H AKTJF ACTDBSK OF
rviNsoirs portable
Mi
The best and cheapest now iu use.
IVINSON'S IMPROVED
STITillBY EIIIS
Surpasses all others in simplicity
IVINSON'S PORTABLE
Cfflll SAW ILL.
References through the country where
it has sawed out 1,000 feet of Inch
Lumber in forty minutes.
IVINSON'S LATEST IMPROVED
STEAM BOILBRS.
Consumes only one-fourth the fuel
of ordinary Boilers.
1 1 also manufactura all kinds of Mn
' " v chinery such as appertains to
Railroads, Steamboats, Mining, DistilleriM
Flour, Corn, Sugar ana aiaii wiiisk
Tobacco, Wine, and Lard Presses,
- Sash, and Muley Saw Mills.
' i Also Sheet Iron and Cop
, per Work, House
Fronts, Win-
dow Caps , .,
and Sills, Ven
tillators, Grates, Irou
Railings, and every des
cription of Iron ' and Brass
Castings. Pealers in Steam and
Watir anaffes. Gam BelUncr and Pack-
inir. Gaa and Steam Wrought Irou Pipe and
Fittings, at oianuiacuuer a iini-r.
Old Metal Bought.
Jobbing and repairing of all kinds done
at ahnrt notice, and wortmen sens to au
parts to set np and do repairing on uacnin-
ery ana Boners.
-. . . . Tl T f ;n,n
send lor a uircuiar ana eon u.
April 3d, 1861.
j?P e. UVBTOsr er e ss.
Rirectfallv announce to tneir rneuas sua cm-
7. . 1 K..in.. and are tnanarni ior iw. -
nun . . - . 1 . .
.1 I. . .i.i. tw ,1 ril l b&uiuuvb an ..... ,
merits conunuauce m .ius- --- - - -which
we bow adopt from this date .which . strict
All orders accompanied with the cash
will be promptly attended to; hokb othxbb xebd
A, lilt. , , r onn ..in. nr(m
We have now on nana uu im ' -
Hav 600 bush old white Corn, selected expressly
Spread, 600 bush new Corn in Kar. 600 busk
Sts76lons Oil Meal, and a full supply of Bran
Hhioitulf. 4c. and everything usually found in a
W Store, all of which will be sold cheap lor cash,
and cash ouiy. ""rT!,1
B. 8. BUSTON & OO.
decT
AAamtnds Brazil Nnte. Filberts, Pecans. Eng
lish walnnts, figs, raisins, currants, rocs. cs.uuy,
ovsters, sardines, aium, epwoti '" , .
di:o, cream warwtr, bw, - .
gtr. of all kinds, ginger, race and ground.
i.. i..iir,.. and flasks, mustard, pep
per saiioe, 'matches, pickles, stone pipes, powder.
llft, .. nar of all kinds, starch, teas, vine
gar, camphor, letter, note, cap, and fancy paper,
-....... un.ulniua. aalt netre. gum drops,
woodon bowls, jujube paste, cinnamon, dried beet,
british luBtre, bonnet boards. Ink, oil,
muls. sash, elasa. SDiriU turpentine, allspice, soda.
pain killer, liquorice, ac ate, iiv.
A supply of the above kept constantly on band,
aud for sale low, by .8. E. OIL Bit HT A Co.
A-li No. tByramorj St.
JtJUitr mVVB8. A
splendid aasoi'tmeu
MA just received
u..i4 ml. eni
ed. rrices t
Prices to snit the times. Ca
---
vour seloctions.
w" t . . . . 1 1- .. .... DnnuuTrv
VAUll.. O. nx ix 'y L, 1 .ii,
Main between First and Second streets
S5nov. :
II EffilS
"jXiTAMBBH 8trBCJPS bbls Baltu
more Syrup, none """l"','"
for
the Excelsior, at
7? ltfain .tNMl
janS
-g t a 8
JLVF BBAN just
road and for sale at
janT
ffjp MAVJM t;tv-j Ji i"
now receiving from the Bail
V1CH.ICBT BBOS.,
No. 82 Main street.
Rales of Advertising.
I Day. 60 751001251601T5
Day. I 75 1 IS IS I 1 0 1 a 26
0
S 26
Dap. 1 00 1 60 1 75 2x3 I 7S
Pjy. I its 1 SO ( 3 60 3 15 76 4 15
S Itap. fl!Mitl028UI3&0l 4UO 4U0
1 Week. 1 6Q a '25 3 00 a 75 60 I 6 26
t Wfht 8 60 8 76 J 00 25 f 7 50 a 75
Week 3 IM) 1 60 U 7s0 00 10 60
1 Mo. 4 00 6 00 8 00 10 00 12 00 14 0
2 1 6 00 8 76 11 60 13 75 ltt 00 18 75
1 Uo't. 7 60 11 86 16 00 18 76 22 60 26 A6
Ato'e. 8 60 18 76 17 00 21 26 25 60 29 76
Mo": 10 00 16 00 lft 00 25 00 j 30 00 35 W
A itfo's. 13 00 19 60 t B& 00 33 60 39 00 46 60
8 Jtfo's 1C 00 22 60 30 00 S7 60 45 W 62 60
Advertising In tha Wtsklv.
Ona square, one inaertioq.. 1 00
" . , two - ; " 60
" three " .3 00
For acb, snbaequont insertion, and o
eacn insert ku of each additional -8quari.
0 60
Advertisements published : in both th
Daily and the Weekly Joubsai, will be
charged the lull Daily rates, with one half
the Weekly rates addsd.
Business notices published in the local
columns, will be charged tor each insertion
ten cents per line. . .
Charges will be made for Inserting the
notices of the following Orders. Societies
and Associations at the rates named, to be
paid in advance. . -
Military Companies, Order of Odd Fel
lows, Masonic Orders, Benevolent Societies
and Singing Societies
tor each notice not exceeding 8 lines 25
cents for each insertion; over eight lin3 at
una rate.
Announcing deaths with funeral notice
attached, $1 ; without notice, free.
Marriage notices 50 cents.
Notices of Festivals, Picnics and Excur
sions, gotten up by individuals or associa
tions, or by churches, at regular prices.
Advertisements- leaded and placed under
the head of Special Notices, if ten lines or
over, will be charged double the usual
rates.
Advertisements makinz less than three
lines, inserted once in the Daily, will be
charged fifty cents.
Yearly advertisers to pay quarterly.
Announcing candidates of every descrip
tion to be charged at the rate o'l $1 50 for
each name in the Daily, and $2 in the Daily
aud Weekly, the same to be, in all cases,
paid in advance.
EVANSVILLE JOURNAL CO.
INSURANCE.
Insurance Agency.
ALLEN cThALLOCK
kivsnivtli..
rjND&BWBlTKB AND GENKUAla INSDBANC1
AGKNT.
f n the Ootmtry, on Jnl.ad and Fira Bitk. He wl.l
also receive applications for
He will attend to the Adjustment of Losee
of every deeoriptioo under policies trom oinei
ajrencies, ana attena co iae eeinwnieu. v
Wis coaoectea wun. inauMnv.) wi i'1
terested. His Iouk experience as an Ihsobajicb
Aosirr, has made bim familiar wun an snojec
connected with Insurance.
OfQcaon First Street, opp. rostumce.
ECONOMY AND: SCUR1TY.
FIRE INSURANCE CO. !t
OV f H OIXT Of MKW TOBK,
... , . ..." , No. 31 WALL St.;
Cash Capital
---$500,000
PROFITS ANNUALLY
DIVIDED I
75 PER CENT. TO THE DEALERS.
This eomnaov divides three-qnartsrs of the
net profits to the policy holders, la scrip, bearing
t-.uiiiiiii anv liahilirv to the insurer..
This Company funds its surplus, instead of
dividing it to the Stock holders, tnereoy Riving i
policy holders greater security, and at the same
time cheaper Insurance than any otner system.
" '"nitnaiji l. ORABT. 8ec'.
1 : WASHINGTON SMITH, Vlce-Pres't.
A. C. ilalloclc AL los, Agsats,
ot2 ' : f ' "' " ' VAN8TILLB.
INCORPORATED 1847.
INSUUMCE COMP'Y
HARTFORD, CQ&nV
Capital, - - - ' $250,000.
i a WAITI, Sec'y. O. B. BOWEB8, Pres't
a ft pride. General Arent.
Besiding at Chicago, Ills.
' ' . i
CASH CAPITAL SURPLUS $327,540.
This Ooiacanv Insures airainet loss and daiaaga
rv Fire on Dwellings ana tneir uuhsui om.
Warehouses, Btoeks ot meronanaize, ana u maw
ahV ocner solvent ana renabla&ites-nf urentlum a
ApSous ..-"fl SocT?
First Street, opp. Post omce.
Kvansvillb, Ind
aug21-lyd
TIT? T!S S HATS, V
. .aul. i. one of the haad-
uur spriug --"-' m
somest ever seen, ana uy "w V.T.
M comfortable to the wearer as any soft hat. Every
other couoaivanie siy .w ixm. w
Union Hats, -
The neatest dressing hats for a young man.
Renfrew
& Magenta Hats.
Something iaocy.
Soft Hats
Of every conceivable shape and color. Latest sty lee
n m a
t
Cap
s! Caps
" .... . .,,1.. f.r .nrlnE and summer Just
All tne leauiua '
received. . -
" tTntR&Cans
Aspledid assortment of fancy hats BOrcsp
spring ana suminer .j .
-o Snartine Hatsl
B
v .x -UBisnt...n And irjcs. ' 4
VI WW j aw- - ,
f ooflimfire Hats.
. - All tyl nd prices-
Soft Beaver Hats
For summer wear, as light as a "
VAUTIER & MARCONNIERS,
rtTBttSHXD T
JAMES H. StcNKKLY.
V. M. T HATER.
JNO. H. MoNEKLT.
: " CVnSB TUB FIBM or THB
EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY.
Journal Buildings, Locust St.,
lf MHr-tS m Wmier.
REGULATIONS FOE 1862.
;; X1 All Advertisements
amounting to $3 or less must
im-ariably,be paid in advance
to secure attention. .
All Job Work must be paid
for on delivery. : Transient
Work must be pre-paid, ; .
CALENDAR.FOH4862.
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. ... 1 31 .
. I 8 4 6 6 1 T 8 . 1 2 3 4 6 6
M 9 10 11 12 13(14115 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
3 16 17 18 19 20 2l' 22 & 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
23 24 V 26 27 28 2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
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8 7 8 9 10 11 12. L. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
rt 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 g 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
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- 12 3 . . . 1
. 456789 10 I. 346678
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 f 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
2 18 19 30 21 22 23 24 g 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
a 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 K 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
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. 1234667 ... 123466
H 8 9 10 IL, 12 13 14 I o 7 8 t 10 11 12 13
15 16 17 W19 20 21 j 14 15 16 17 18119 U0
22 -23 24 25f 26 27 2o 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
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It s seldom in overhauling exchanges and kUoc
ing thrsngh the floating newspaper literature of
the dav, we find a poem breathing sentiments so
tender, beau tl in I and exalted; in language so ex
quisite and simple, as the following: .
TO JIT HUSBAND OF THE THIRD
. IOWA CAVALRY.
I am sitting where the moonlight, soft and silvery
as of yore ,
Fling its gentle dalliance round me, on my lonely
chamber door ; r
And within its witching meshes, I'ts retraced the
past again
Wandering through its changing bowers, bright
with pleasure, dim with pain.
There was one all rosy tinted, where the moon
light brightest fell
Where the perfume frm sweet flowers floated
with soft music's swell .
And I knew within that bower I had stood a
happy brida, ,
Breathed the vows that bound me ever to tby
strong and faithful side.
But 'tis gone the vision faded, and I'm weeping
here alone, .
Weeplngo'er my shattered Idol o'er my earthly
ia thine.
And I saw the look of dariag,
you crasped
your sabre s hilt,
Swearin? thus to guard and
hild her, though
your beart s 0100a snouia oe spin ;
This, aad more, I heard yon utter, in a
low and
tenner tone
Words of deep aad fond devotion, which belonged
to me alone.
And I marked her wondrous beantv, as she bent
h ar mffal head
To list the words of constancy her kneeling lever
said ; ! - '
But ah, the face was aad with grief, the starry
eyes with tears,
And like myself, all wistfully, she glanced at by
. gone year. ; ;.
Enough ; Bty selfish hurt is melted. 1 was tiuna
bnt now I .Ml ...
My country I oh, my country I I g"8 him up to
thM.
To thee, to thee, and should ha fall ere yet tby
. n a. ha ntl.
Vathnr. Father. Holy One I Thy will,, not mine
be done.
nn nnzKA nmv it r it u v mj
ZJlmh on l ams, from 46 cents to 82.60. Liberal
discount to wholesale trade.
SICH Country Bran 600 sacks very rich, heavy
Bran, just received.
BTB Floar. 25 bbls choice rye flonr.
PIITHIE Biee. 2 tcs prims rice, 10 lbs for II.
CHOICE Leaf Lard. 15 tcs extra leaf lard, put
no expressly for my trade.
CHOICE loose pickles. 8,000 extra loose pickles,
in vinegar, just reoe:ved.
CO AI. OIL. 25 bbls best coal oil, for sals cheap,
In quantities to suit. ;
PINK lye Potatoes 1.2C9 bushels extra table
Potatoes, for sale cnesp.
flTI bbls very choice saar kraut, for sale at
fehia ' Jt. A. COOK'R.
IBJIJY&B8 JiJS'Ji MjJSJnoJV8.
6 boxes orangei, '
r 6 boxes lemons, received per Nashville.
jrmJj-jBJeMKiJB8.
y bbls choice Cranberries, Just received., r: ,
a rr BOXH8 full weight Star Candles. : '
mm3 1$ boxes extra Tallow do.
-rnyirtTJB ' BXtJfJVS.lSO bo.hels prima
V f white beans just received.
,nB Tim BUST JrlVSTJBO AJT
JK the city, goto ffebl8 H. A. COOK'S.
M.noinrrjrt Jll 8 S K bbls. Sor
3 chum Molasses, far superior to the last. Just
received ana ior sate ai ,iv.i
. . ., . ,T I I.' L II W II I.. IU .
m do cfri ftrt Miisims.
,JB UJl VH JUST MVmsm s- -
'7Z r pi ..-haa M oalins. of the best
m.v. . . .. ... ' - n
a in.tw'calebrftted'' Dranas u. --
QnH.PirKR At BDS3INQ'S,
this country.
febS
CiO. wain mitoi
-.-.pjomy. - JVMT1CJB.
lf .r' "V" drawn fr.m the
iWiMto o.
ua7exTTolumwm nbe given out to
readers until further WATjKSB, ; !
y . W. sou .
Volksbote please cony
Jan21dw2w
m Mta srrfl .
ery 20 bbls liinseea wii, in r""""-' -,.";.
bv the bbl at was than it can be oongui .-v.'
1 nan. . -- . uvi.amnre at.
... a v. 1: iHK&e eu
fel3 -
a- mr m mm r- W M?. MM
jl&a .V. tJV TMjKB
BROOMS so
BmTW IOK Ol iutna mbw ' r.
.t 05 MnU each, at V lu si it x
No. 82 Main Street.
: oct24
l aV nOkegsSt. Louis White T-ead, to arriTe-
will be sold very cheap for cash, by
saay3
SAMUEL OBB.
onoioo
FRUIT T REE S, ;
O JWW.WEATJ It 8BBVBS,
Evergreens, Roses, &c, &c.
CULTIVATID AND FOB SALE AT THK j
.". : . columbus ,r . ;
TO"
TJ .0 353 'Jtl- 3C,;
' BT ' t -. :
BATEHAM, HAHFORD & C0.,io
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Orders received by C.
Agent. . r ;
TmoTTGHTON.
feb3-dw4m
OFFICIAL.
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Passed at the Stcond Session of the Thirty
Seventh Congress. i
Public No. 26. ',
AN ACT making an appropriation to illn-
;mriate the Public Buildings. - !
; Be it enacted by the Senate and. House of
Representative of the United StakA of
America in Congress - assembled, That thu i
sum of one thousand dollars, or so "much
thereof as may be necessary, be and the
same is hereby appropriated, payable out of
any money in tba Treasury not otherwise
appropriated, to enable the Commissioner of
Public Buildings to carry out the order of
uoDgress for the illumination of the rob-.
lie Buildings on the twenty-second of : Feb
ruary, eighteen hundred and sixty-two.
' Approved, February 20,. 1862.
' ; Public No. 24. J
AN ACT to prohibit the " coolie trade" by Amer.
icaa citizens in American vessels. ' .
Be it enacted bp As Senate and Houte of Representa
tives 0 the United tetatee of America in Cong r en as-'
eembled. That uo citizen or citizens of the United
States, or foreigner coming into or residing with,
in the same, shall, for himself or for any other
person whatsoever, either as master, factor, owner,
or otherwise, build, equip, load, or otherwise pre
pare, any ship or vessel, or any steamship or
steamveseel, registered, carolled, or licensed, is
the Untied fitatej, or any pert within tho same, for
tne purpose 01 procuring trom China, or from any
port or place therein, or from any other port or
place the inhabitants or subjects of China, known
as "coolies," to be transported to any foreign
country, port, or place whatever, to be dioposed of
or sold, or transferred, for any term of years or,
for any time whatever, as servants or apprentices,
or to be held to service or labor. Aod if any ship
or vessel, steam -ship, or steam vessel, belonging
iu whole or in part to citizens of the Unitsd Slates,
and registered, enrolled, or otherwise licensed as
aforesaid, shall be employed for the raid purposes,
or in lhe "coolie trade." bo ca led, or shall be
caused to procure or carry from China or else
where, as aforesaid, any subjects of the Govern
ment of China fur the purpose of transporting or
disposing of thtm as aforesaid, every such ship or
veisel, steamship or steam -vessel, ber tackle, ap
patel, furniture, and other appurtenances, shall
be forfeited to the United States, aod shall Le lia
ble to be soiled, prosecuted, and condom Led in any
of the circuit courts or district courts nf the United
States lor the distriot whore tbesaid ship or vessel,
steamship or steam-vessel, may be found, seized or
carried.
Sec.' 2. And be it further enaeted, That every
person who shall so build, bt out, equip, load, or
otherwise prepare, or who shall send to sea, or
navigate, as owner, master, fictor, agent, or other
wi, any Hliip or vej-wl, stoaiuaui'p or steam-vessel,
belonging in whole or in part to citizens of the
United btates, or registered, enrolled, or licence!
witlu.s tbe same, or at anv uort ilimmif. knowing
or intending that the same shill be employed in
that trade or business aforesaid, contrsiy to the
true iutent and meaning of this act, or in any
wise aiding or abottiiie therein, shall be neveraliv
liable to be indicted tuerefor, and, on conviction
thereof, shall be liable to a fine not excepdin? two
thousand dollars aud be imprisoned not exceeding
one year.
Sec. 3. And be it further marled. That if anv
citizen or citizens of the United Statts shall, con.
traiy to the true intent and meaning of this act,
take on board oi any vessel, or receive or transport
any such persons as are above described in tLis act,
for the purpose ol disposing of thorn aa aforesaid,
he or they shall be liable to be iDdirle i therelor,
and, on conviction thereof, shall be liable to a fine
not exceeding two thouisand dollars aud be impris
oned not exceeding one year.
fcoc. 4. And be it further enacted. That nothlnir
In this act hereinbefore contained .hall be Oeenied
or construed to apply to or affect any free and vol
untary emigration of aay Cbineue ub,ect, or to
ftfjjff-W.' fBCrijiti.r. awn nnrwin Al-Xtasieu
take
bnr deoarture
, contnioiuK the name oT s
iuie:Hr
person, and setting forth the fact of his voluntary
emigration from such port or place, which certifi-
cats shall be given to tbe master ci gncn vessel ,
but tne same snail no ue ptiv.ii u.i.
or consular agent shall be first personally satisfied
by evidence pronuoea ot sue irum wi mo
therein contained. . ,
Sec. 5. And be it further enact en, lnat ntt me
crovisions of the act of Congress utiproved Vrl
ruary twenty-second, eiphteen huudrod and forty,
seven, entitled An aat tu regulate the carriage of
nassvngors in merchant vo-sels," and all tile pro-
visions of the act of Congress approved Marco
lhird, eighteen hundred and iort -nine, euuueu
Au act to extend the provisions of ail laws now
in force relating to the cmiageof pangers in
- J .i. . .1... n 1 1 rut.l '
meicnant vessels sun mo n11"-1"" ,
shall ba extended and shall apply to all vessels
owned in whole or in part by citizens CI im uniiea
Htatis.and registered, enr-nled, or licensed within
the United States, propelled by wind or by .team.
and to all masters tbereoi, carrying paeseuKer.
or intending to cany passengets from any fure.gn
niui. wiihnnt tha United states to auy
other foreign port or place witnout lho United
States ; and that all penalties aua iorioiiures pro
vided for ia said act shall arply to vessels aud
m as toia last aforesaid.
Stc. . And be it further enacted. That the Presi
dent of ihe United eiates shall be and ho is heie
by authorized aud empowered, in such way aod at
such time as he .ball Judge proper to the end that
the provisions ot this act may oeeniorewi awi
ing to the true intent and meaning thereof, to
direct and order the vessels of tha United States,
and the masters and commanders themof, to exam
ine all vessels navigated or owuea in wooio or in
tart by citizens of the United Stales, and register
ed, enrolled, or licensed under tbe laws of tne
United States, wnerever iney may uo,
in the Judgment of such master or commanding
officer thereof, reasonable cause shall exist to be
lieve that each vossel nas on boara, in violation oi
the provisions of this act, any subjects of China
i known as "coolies," f jr thepurpuee of transporta
tion; and upon sufficient proof that sac n vessel is
emplojei iu viulation ot the provisions oi mis aci,
to cause such vessel to be carried, with her officers
. ni iit.n anv nort or district within the
United States, and deiiverea to me mar.uai u
such district, to be held and disposed I according
to tbe provisions of this act.
Sec. T. And be it farther enacted. That this act
shall take effect from and after six months trom
tfas day of iu passage. .''
Approved, eoruary i, wm.
MassjfJJVfl I.Jt t.JS TMS Greeu
WIT Te at from 80 to 8l,zd per lb ; Black 60 to
80c, and warranted to please, as
jan28
VICKEBT BRO'g.
' - . . iliutoL a suitable oreseut to
,onr friends in tha army. - Also a new to ot
3. . . .. -n.i m.l-. .onr aelections.
. inrviuDU. w - -' " ' . c i -
aies- rs. "".r"""rnT.r.nirit
dec!8 No. 3a Main street
ttiXTBJ BVPMBfMJVJS A AtUVH
MM WHEAT uu,
! feb6 - - -j Mio .treat.
City and county uraers
rmjrD T-tMKJV l.Y JPs7AX- 0 MA
M. DBT GOODS, at' wr.cTW1
: Rt. tl 1. em uviw 1
feb8
No. 4tf Main street.
"T PH TU .-3U0B. oe-l
sale by - "--" -
fcblO
GEO. FOSTER & CO.,
PROVISION AND PRODULL
Corner Locust street and Canal, ' "
S.VANSVILLB. IND.
1 . ; a., a i.nr tntloa exclnaiYeiy
Tn ATli-Cfie OS VJ tj7- . i
jrrzi of GBO-
determiueu i . -- -
t)KBIa.i. ; i.mttf tha trado to the
tliTil.r lower rates th.ngW
.Tmilar quality n be laid down in this market,
and fnit. city and country buyers to examine
" T .v. .f .,nr-ii jlnir elsewhere.
mtB."'"'r:"Vj .,. .nt. rtbt
The stock is wu wum -
action and contains nearly evory thing kept by a
Wholesale aetabUsbment. Barfrains eau be had by
1 iinz oa W. r mam
i.tlIA ' ' ' - Corner Locust st.
and Canal.
TUT SI KatlV J
KiCMlJY TWWJi 1,0. W
solo
MM best quality for sale low by
nov8
8. S. 6ILBEBT st CO.
NUMBER 133.
MISCELLANEOUS.
J. AY. NEXSEN,
C3r 33 33 X1L 31
ASEFJCY !
OFFICE: IN MAR3LE HA.l.
EVAHSVaLB, J.ISO.,
" . Jy' PMKA'JJtKU Tit YJKfl
Jfe. Bisks and issue Policies in several of the old
est and most reliable Insnrance Companies of tho
United States. STORFx. STOCKS, DWELLINGS,
MILLS AND MAKUf ACriiKIKS, insured tl .
most favorable rates. MA BIN K AND INM1
NAVIGATION Riska taken on FLAT-HOA1S,
BAKGKS, STEAMBOATS aud their CA RH.'KS.
Also, applications received for LIKK ISC
BAJfCB. Combined Capital Represent
ed, over $5,000,000.
Often, Marble Hall Bnilaiug, Ni. V Nia Bt.
.Mil;
r rZT
"9
CASH ASSETS, JANUARY 1ST.1862,
Sl, 90S, 583 H9.
Losses Paid, Upward of
$14,000,000.
The gret public service, promptings nnd n-lU-bllny
of this well-tried and t-rliu r Comnau r, re
commend it to prefurence with tifSje needing In
surance. . .
, Iuuruce solicited aud i'oiicisi issue by
J. W. HEXEN, Agint,
feb6 Marble Uall fiuildin, N. 9 Mnin Rt.
PREPAKiTlN rTl"ME
AGAISbT
THE FIRES OF FALL
U V-
PllIMB A'
ftO. 1 IN$l:KAKCE
THK
OF HAKTFOKD, CONN.
The 5'ruit3 of tho Phoenix
Are manifest in the lollowli'K statement of
TACTS AND FIGURES I
Mum HIS the amount eo,nallz.eil to public benefit, iu
the ehaie (if losses puid In tbe Ve.it and outli,
duriufr the past foui years; a line of valuable ser
vice, heuorablo as well as conimeuduide, i.nd whirili
should suggest
T U K
840,277 45....
27,623 94-..
69,174 6l....
32,ti70 08....
13
19,:iii 31.....
8.1553 li
I,lrt7 0i
.7i5 Wi....
84,044 3fi.....
4-i.ri64 ao.,.,
tn,:t2 65
Si7,ti!3 e3..
22.(139 4 5....
3,!il 98 ....
(K6 ....
onio
INDIANA
TTj'.INOlJS
MI0H1GAH
WIS JON&IN
,... I iWA
Ml NSESOTA
NEtSHASKA
, KANSAS
KKNTUOKY ,
........TiGMilCri-LK
Of ISSlSalT 1'i
, .MIt.-OL'fcI
ABK.AN.-AS
, I KX S
,,..,.U'
....810,377 45
.... 27,i22 04
.... t!),174 50
.... 3i;,ii7ii os
.... 34,220 11
l'j,:i-f .U
.... 8,1.53 10
.... I,lii7i'
9,7i.5 XI
.... 31,0'l 3 i
. 4j,0 f K"
ii,b'..te
.... 7 h i
.. Zi,Wi 43
.... 3.W.1 h
. the etfi-abia nd-'i ftmAft CImpS re-
tpone .'o iueoee, (a V A X f..J pr-i.i.eita
ottVis head of it projrv . ehue iu axuaiit, prac
tical, and Ami-dot .n.w .yt... ucal jencvt, u
not excelled by any mitu.ir cortvrt..m ... tlm wirld.
Inourancie. jlicnea, wi riiuiai "
newed in this le- -linn rl' -ration, at fair rales by
J. XV. XKXSKM, Beoidiit'Ai';nt,
Orrics: JUaible Hall tHiiluiui;, aiaiu .ireet.
ageact or THE
United States Life Insurance,
'o. 40 Wall stresrt, Kew York.
Job. B. Collihs, Pres't.
Jho. Kadik, Sec'y.
Total cash Assets
Cash Capital S100.000
. ts 1860, $600,000.
ANNUAL IKCBJCASK 0 VXB 00,0o0.
Dividends declared every three years. Fronts
accumulated at compound interest, on tlie principle
of a savings bauk, payable in addition to the sums
in.nrad in cash.
The business of tbe Company ia conducted upou
a cath basis excltuively.
Over eight thousana insurances uut uu.
ed by the Company sine, its ornsri iy.tion.
lTemiums on tl.WM for life, may be paid quar
terly, semi-annually, or annnauy.
BATTiXU, BEUM A AfiiTHKd, Ag'ts.
Office: .No. b7 Main ntreet,
. Evansville, Ind.
Da. H. t. Jonbs, Helical Kxaminer.
Oflioe: first St.. above Walniu tov21-lyd
jTIOTT&JV" AJITTJY-I " i-H'-i ...r ai
47; S. K. G1LBS.HI A CO..
f,,. ' ' '" ' No. 4 Sycaniare sire, t.
2
M Mt M tkjn M 1
! A. select lot oi
Union Village," naer an
janll
lich cuuuir.
B T" -t H. A. COOKS.
j, mm V Z J IOU
Main aueet.
i 73n8
ARTILLERY & "JfALKX uuir-
- . . . r n 1 1 i ii
IU tliu.
1,000
setts (Hardware ana trees coiupmrj
f,tr artillery niuur.,
, and
nnn ttji filo.l tor ..... . . 1
'.Ai i . .m amoant at short notice ,
1 lVdTSrin. dbls W I enameled ducki
' 1 1100 do 6-4 enameled Unl ,
LSS?-4 enamel mubn;
' 100 bides enameled ther,
10 do. patent dash leather;
' tniruspuVs. B-ordlH.lt trim
nJodrap. together with
of goods i. mj . V,W A rIs BAIiO. iClv.
prices- , . Water st.
DOTS
STUK JOUBNAL, A lit 1'KDICATi.li -
THB PUBLIC- ;
W'beu night obscures the light of day,
' A Coal Oil Lamp is ?ood you'll say ;
f;,. urHam .fHi have the leant to pay.
Aod off to VICKEBY'3 wend your way
Where Oil is Forty cents pr IIM1
Aod plenty to supply the million.
A Urge supply of Lamps you'll find,
-. There's no lit;ht cheaper to be found
Notvecandle. at U cents per pound .
- So at TlCKKSY BBOS. be sure to ca 1
To buy a Lamp aud got some Ou.
If Laid or Hold Lamp yo'e .
We can P B 't'yja will po-'.
SO .M,Ji;biTlid and danger;
And protest 'UI" ' ,1 .ve your dics.
So fch TOr2rtbV hard times.
And thus UK05., S Mam st
jan7
IlfflAIE
or
unu. j nsi raceiveu
VIC&XBX BPOS., 88 Mainst.!
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VICKKBT BBOS.
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