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4 tfaSs&BttttaVssi J 1? ...t..MAKCa 3 T-r- Station of tli Indiana Troopa. , j The following are the station! -of tbe- Indiana --i. -troops in active service out skip of the State. We . shall eorreot it from time tu tiM as the several I . regiment move from ona posiu.-u to another. V it. IFNT.- '-- Hi 6th Keglment' Cok Crittenden M nufnrdri ville, , Kentucky, r f - ; .. . t r - - 7lb, Col. Gavin, SprinHiiM, Virmi. ,. 8th, Cel, Benton, t'tiervillo, Missouri. ' , . !tu. Col. Moody, Hiittonville, Virginia- , r lOili, 01. Manson, Somerset, Kv. - ' ... . lltb, Col. McUinuis, Paducab, Ky.-, 5 , liih. Col. Linck, SUarpabm g, Md. . ' l.itu, Col. Sullivan, Koranav, Va. . 14th, CoL. Kimball, Kommy,Va. ; i !. 15th, Col. Wagner, .tie w Haven, Ky. ltith. Col. Hacklouian, Frmiericktowu, Maryland . 17th, Ool. liaecall. Hew Liavou, a jr. j . 13th, Col. Patlison, Otterville, Missouri; 19th, Col. Meredith. Washington City. i : , 2uth, Col. Brown, Fortress Monroe, Virginia, j , 2ist, col. McMillan, Baltimore, aid. . . -. 2iiJ, Col. Hendricks, Holla, Missouri. - 23d, Col. Mumierson, Paducab Kentucky. 24l U, Col. Horny, uttet ville, Missouri. Uoth, Out. Veatco. Cairo, ltliuoaa. , , " 2btu, Col. Wbeatley, Otterville, Mwonri, , 27th, Col. Colgrove, Fradericktown, Aid. fcsnh, Col. Miller, JUuuturdsville, Ky. , -. alh, Colonel Bass, Notiaviltey Ky Slat, Ool. Craft, Calhoun, Ky, . xSrt. 1st Genoa,. Col. VVUilth, Muufordsville, Kentucky. - - t -f t ;t3d. Col. Coburn, Lexington, Ky. ' ' 34th, Col. Ryan, Kew Haven, Kentucky. , S5th 1st Iriah Cul. Walker, Bardstown, Ky. . acth. Col. Grose. New Haven, Kentucky. 37th, Col. Hazzard, Bacou Creek Statian, Ky. 381 h, Col. Scribner, Muufordsville, Ky. 39th, Col. Harrison, Hunfordsville, Ky. ' " 40th, Col. Wilson, Somerset, Ky. 4'2d, Col. Jones, South Carroltou, Ky. 43d, Ool. Oeorgo K. Steele, Calhoun, Ky. - ' 44tb, Oct. Reed, Calhoun, Ky. ' 46th, Col. Fitch, New Haven, Ky. ' ' 47th, Col. Slack, New HaveD, Ky. 49th, Col. Bay, Bardatown, Ky. ' , 60th. Col. Dunham, Kew Haven, same. 61m, Mechanic, CoL Straight. Wild Cat, same. . ,. 07tn, Col. Mcmuiion, aomcraet, same. . , 68th, Col. Oarr, tkmerset, same. OAVALbT. Capt. Bracken's Company, Weatem Tirgicia. post omce aoaress, Beveriy. Capt. Kirtley's Company, Western Virginia. Post (Jlnce address, point Pleassnt. Capt. Graham's Company, Nolinville, Kentucky Capt. Uaitdls s uompany, rtoiinvuie, same. Capt. Moreau's Company, New JMaven, same. Cant. Kleine's Compauy, Nolinvilie. same. E8ib Begimeut, Coli. Baker, 11 Cavalry; Iron- ton, M isaourL - - - 41st Begitnent, (2d Cavalry), Col.. B rid gland, Eardstowu. Kentucky. 45th Begiment, cavairp), Col. Carter, Mill atone .Landing, Maryland. ACTILLtBT. dpt. Xtahh's Battery, lieavensworth, Kansas. Capt. Cokefair's Battery, Otterville, Missouri, Capt. Rlaue's Battery, Tipton, Missouri. "Caut. Bash's Battery, Muufordsville, Ky. Capt. Simonson's Battery, Mnufordsville, same. LHtpt. itonr Battery, nainouo, same. Capt. Harris's Battery, iM onfordsv ills, same. '. R.elracnti Oreanalnc In Indiana, - The following are tue stations of the regiments now organising in Indiana, together witb their - ennoaiidui oraeers, as ttr as tne appointments MOJJDAT MOBNING. have been made. The list also em braces several regiments now ready to take the field, which we . , . will transfer to the list embracing, the stations of Indiana troops outside of the State as fast as the changes are made : 48th Uegiment Col. Eddy Goshen. ' 62d Begimeut Bail road- Col . James M. Smith .. ' Indianapolis. -i . . tid Kegimeot Cob Oreabam Indianapolis and ew Albany. - ?- ! - 4th. Kegimeut Uev. Col. John L. Smith-La- fttyette. - 65th Regiment 2nd German Colonel Mans Held Evansvllle. rlt 66th Regiment Consolidated with the 6 Id. .t ." 69th Begimeut Col. Alt zander Qoaport. ' both Bt-giment Col. Oweu Evuusville. uttlat Begiuieat 2nd Irish, Cul; Mullen, Madison. HAd Kegi mailt Bockport Uol. Jones. ' ' ' B3J Begimeut Colonel not yet appointed Cov lngton, T , J4th Begimeut -1st 'Artillery Colonel not yet appointed. Several Compauiea of this Begimeut are already in service. eStn Begimeut 2ud Artillery Ool. ABiiike Indianapolis. Arrival and Departure5 of the J. IXiS. The time here set down is adjusted to contract tours. On the Biver there is variatiou according so circumstances. TIME OF CLOSING. Ballroad Mail (for Viuceuoes, Terre Haute, Princeton, W'ashiogton, Petetebargn, Sullivan, Carlisle, Bockville, ludianapv ' lis. Cincinnati. Louisville, St. Louis, Cairo, Chicago, and other Northsrn, Kastern, and Western points, and Railroad Way Offices, every day ejicept Sunday, at . 8 a. a. Leum'iiAi Mmt (river) every Tuesday, 1'hursduy, auj hnturdy at " t p. Pathu-xh Mail (i i vt-i ) every day in the week except Sun. Say aud Thursday at 11 A. M. ?rn fftiw AluU (for Bowling Omen and .way points) every Monday aud Thurs day at - $r.u. tit. FsrMott Jlfait (laud) every Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday at 6 a. a. Hem Harmony Mail every Monday, Wed nesday, aud Friday at 7 a. a. Bockport Mail (land) every Monday, Wed l neaday, and Fiiday at - 6"-$ a. a. rturnmrfn Ji.au iway every s riuay at a, (Petersuurgb letters, Ac. corns and go by Kail road daily.) - ' . ; CyntfUoHa Mail every Wednesday at 7 ri Leaves at 6 a. a. Thursday mrniog.) ; 'c Military mail tor Calhoun and Mouttsvllle, 11 Pi a. ---- TIME OF DEL1VKKIMO. Baifrood Mail, every day except Sunday at 7 a. a Arrives the nlitht before, after otHre hours. CieaMSils Afuil (river) every Tuesday, ' ' Thuradny, and Saturday by Paduoak Mail, every day in the week except Sunday and Thursday by Orsea JSipsr Mail, every Muuday aud Thurs- day by - 'if. Ftmon Matt (land) every Monday, Wedueeilay, and Friday by - Net Harmony Mail, every Tuesday, Thurs- day, and Saturday by 6 p. a . a 2 p. ftp. a. p. a. '. Sociior Mail (land) every Sunday at 1 p. a.. and Wednesday and Friday at T A. M. " (Arrives the evening be lure, after office : i honrs.) P?erfuryfc Matt (way) every Friday by 8i a. a. CVnfatona Mail every Friday at Ji.s. (Arrives the evening before, after office honrs.) e)sy-Pot Office ODens at 7 A. m. and rloses at 7 r. a. on week days. Delivery cloees from 8 to 8 s. a. on week days during the closing of the Bailrd matt Office open from 6 to aj J a. v. on the Sabbath, . - t . . JAMES H. McSKKLT, P. M. Evansville, Ind., May 1, 1861. - ioty22-ywo i .. ..i !' . Special Kctiees. . M t paitibl that any Soldier qan La so focl- ah as to leave the city without a sujjply of Hollo rn. way's Ointment and Pills? WuoeFjr does so will J deeply regret it. These medicines ' are. the only ' certain cure lbs Bowel Complaints, Fevers, 8uies, : ud Scurvy. Only 25 cents per Box or Pot. r : ; 4 Thm JTpptttts. It is a very difbcnlt matter with the majority of persons to restrain their appe ' tites; hence, we see an abundance of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, and Disorders of the Stoma h ' and Digestive Organs. Hoofland's German Bitters 'will entirely ciKe these complaint?, and restore the sj stem to its original vigor and etrengtb. They ssre Ibc sale by druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 cants per bottle. ' " febl8 . j-IOTTejVnjTTMjyr&.lW bales for sals W-S at 50 CJBJVT0 per pound. fobs S. E. GILBERT CO. ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! , MM. of pure flint Ice, varying from six to nine laches thick, I have thought proper to make ar rangements for the supplying of that article to tte citizens of Kvansville the cf nucg season 'at prices I trust of which they will not complaiu ' L. O. HAGER. t t - )b8 , - - Bealer In loe, Terre Uante, Ind. " " JfO-tf BidJLjB. The uuderaigned o&ers tr sale at a great sacrince hia tbrve two story ( brick booses, situated on the Smith -east corner of - Second and Oak streets, on lot 65, npper Enlarge. t jaent. The improvement consists of one two story . irict store and dwelling, and two brick dwelling .bouses well finished. The three bouses rent now ? for six hundred and fifty dollars per annum. Application to be made to Biebard Raleigh C Of Wm. Hughes. f,,h3-lni CHABLI9 COLLINS. TJB8 5 fraiia. nw crv.p and Just received and for sale by very fine, decSo, - 8. K. GILBERT A COJ . V F. SHARPE & CO., Produce and : Commission. MERCHANTS,;, , ,o. 8 Socxh "Watsb 8ibt, - JaSi -. i STAKSYIIiIiK ISO. ADVERTISEMENTS.- t WHOLESALE i I ? t nARDWAKR FOR '1802 ! s .10? sr. z i g NEW GOODS 'DAILY. Purchased, for , i ' -3 I - Army . and ; 1 ' - QUARTERMASTERS - Hardware..?:; Axes (all qualities) handled. Shovels and Spades. Clay Picks (handle d.) Hatchets (in variety.) Knives and Forks and Butch er Enives. ' Army Plates and Spoons. t Handled Fry. Prixs. . , . ; Coffee Mills. , ; Also : '.'.".":.. ;' SUTLER'S HARDWARE. Country Merchant's Hard- . , :. - ware. - Grocers Hardware. Builders' Hardware. - Carpenters' Tools. Coopers' Tools. COLT'S" REVOLVERS, "Smith & Wesson's" Pistols 1 :, Cartridges,'.-"'" Gun Caps, Belts & Holsters. Gunsmiths' Hardware. -z- r Also: . Platform, Scales and - Scale Beams. " Gum BELTING & Packintr AT FACTORY PRICES. LL GOODS : ' , .J sold at ; LOW WATER MARK j V .. - For Cash. j Clli (tries J Wells 13 First Street, -Sign Golden Mill Saw. l;v..D8T..le; Jan. 14, ISfri. tint mar Thus. K. Uasvin. Jimbs Kr.io CARVIN A. REID. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Offll't OS THIRD STREET, - J9Vf.VV-Z.K. MJVI1 fJ.VJ. ; - Will pay particular aitoutiou U tlio PDKOHiS jmmBU- MJCOJV HjtMH At 8 cenU per pound, at feba VIOKKRY BRO'S. flOCOJl JrtlTM - cask, itw crop, just ro- cuived aud lor aala lv S. K. UlliBKliT l.,i doo27 ' " No. 4 8yraiuore strst. , MM I i L, VMiil tbe above' celubratud tilovca J u.t received at 8CUAPKKR A BUSSfNOVS, decSO - No. 4 Maiu street. Wl t H UTUKU T MLOUR 60 sacks Buck- MM whuat flour. Extra, at JauS . R. A. BOOK'S. Ohio Rye Coffee. : ' WPVJBHV JtOUY" K r BVS- JLJ TON'S now to Ret some of thr,t jnstl y cele brated Ohio Rye Coffee, which basjnst arrhed per steamer Lancaster No. 4. - - - ' - - , Also received per railroad, 83 bushels cf Indiaua, growth of Kva Outfes, which goei on like hot cakes at extremely low prices tor cash, aud cah only, at - ' ' KUUTON'S , lehl Feed Store, Water street. WW Fork, Lard, Tallow, Bacon, Wheat, :orn, Oats, Rye, Ha?, Flour. Iiried Apples. Dried. Peaches, rest hers. Rag, Oensang, Beeswax, Beana, Potatoes, Dry or Green Hides, ornnj otliar produce iu exchange for Groceries. janW ; GEO. FOSTER CO. Jmuasji jtijvMjiTa tK du lot of h-avy Horse Blanaets aud Covers jtxit re ceived at , bCHAPJiKa BQ&Ai JA(i'i '. ir. , decSo . . . No. 49 Alain street. ' JLO JMJH 6 dozen extra Coll Oil Bcraers just received for tbeparposeof al teriog Lard Oil and Fluid Lamps. Lamps can be r.banged fa Avar miuutes. . Also 10 dos Ooal Oil Chimneys ; 2 dur.eu Brushes to clean chimneys ; Wicktiis aud Shades, at , VICKSST BBOS. W9BEBOtJ"t erjtJBS, JLB At a very Irwv prtce, at ' J, CHLAKPFKR'S , Nw Pruir Store. ' Jnl29 & boxos, bust quaiilv, lor sale by . GILBEkT A OO . No. 4 Sycamore treet. DUM VIVIMUS VIVAMUS." ST. CIIAKLES RESTAURANT 5T1 has fust been renaitMl' bh mUhi anri now opened to the public. No expense has been spared to placo the St. Charles in first rate trim, and it will be kept as a first class house in all res pects. GAME, IS THU Cgpoy, And everything edible to be purcuased iu the mar kst will be served ap at the ST. CHARLES at aL hours, in a style which will suit the most fastidi ons cpicur". m ' Choice Brandies and Imported Wioee ; the besl brands of Old Bourbon ami Monougahela and A Mo. 1 Liquors of ail kinds will be found at the bac of the St. c'hai les; - . . . - Imported; Cigars, All the favorite Havana brands always on hand sasv The patronage of my numerous triends and the public generally is respectful! v solicited. OC4-OUI ' - - f HARLKV IIAUBK. Jf PH ! i.JLjneH . We have just re--acLst reived a large assortment of Ooai Oil Lamps, selected in person expressly for the Kvansville trad. We solicit an examination cf price aud quality, as we are confident a belter or cheaper lot cannot be found this side cf Cincinnati. Price from 50 cents to 81 75escli. " c decl VICKERV BROS., 82 Main st. gTtmjJVl BMJJVt 1Y.o continue to- re." La csive that rich country Bran, that weighs 30 lbs. to-the bushel. . Baj the kind that will keep der7 Uws V tUK Kilt U KU. No. 82 Main st. JUOJVJM'. 0 ft eboice J H. A. COOK'S.- 73 Slain street. Honev. at jan8 . t- b tahds choice N. O. Sugar, at at H. A. OOOK'8. j t oj citksrbt st-- re aud for sale by H. A. COOK. NEVS RY TELEGRAPH. - - Egciasl'rcly: for ike Journal. " ' ' ," " 1 arTSt.ifcl : -coiwmsssioiiAL. r XXXVII G0KGKS3S-SECQKD SESSION r- Washington, March 3d. Hobse. Mr.-Dawes, from the Commilte. on Elections, maae a report, on tne petition . o r T u -l - t , of S.-FerEBoa Beach. a3king to be aJmit- ? . . . .... tea a3 a sepreseniaiiTe rrom me vtn uon gressional District of Virginia. . The Com mittee . appended to the report a resolution that ha was not entitled to a seat. The subject was laid over. ; . ; J AFTER?! 0 Oil REPORT. Kews from General Bank's Divis ion Specials to the ; New York papers Lew. Wallace to be a Major General The- rebels all gone from Middle Tennes see Railroad open to , Naahville Official account of the landing of our troops at: Nashville. i Chaelesiows, VaJ March 2. The main body of (Jen. Bank's division rests in the vicinity ofCharlestown. No disaster or acci dent has occurred since the concentration at and departure from Sandy Hook to cause any anxiety to the friends at home. "... . Three inches of snow fell to-day. The hitherto rank secessionists now pay marked respect to the federal uniform. The citizens, who have been compelled, to succumb to rsbel force are elated with the prospects of the future. It is gratifying: to perceive that the country- through which the f.nemy marched bears marks of the usual agricultural industry. It is apparent that the future cereal crops of this prolific region have not been neglected as may be supposed. - Town and country are destitute of imported articles. There is no lack of bread, meat and coarse clothes.. Hundreds of contrabands are hourly seeking refuge within our , lines. They are allowed to roam at large without espionage and care, in fact bat little notice is taken of them ex cept to prevent their return beyond onr post. - - ; The general reports from Winchester are conflicting and but little reliance can be placed upon them, coming as tbey do from refagees and" contrabands.: The rmilitarv commanders are probably better informed man toe public and are conseciuentlv ore- pared for any emergency which amy arise. Considerable .flour accredited to the Sucesh army has been seized, but private property una ueeti uiriciiy respected. Martiosburg has been occupied by Uuion troops. - Toe above is approved bv Gaoeral Mc- Clellan.J - ' - A S) . . , tribune's, dispatch. : , Wabhinqtos, March 2. The House Ja- uiciary ivommittee will to-murrow report lavoraDly on the Senate bill ranking the naai awards ol the commissioners appointed to audit claims against the Uovernaient in curred in the Western Department. 1 be President will nominate its Maior Generals Brigadier Generals Smith, McCler- aana and Wallace, who commanded Divis ions at the battle of Fort Donelson. and as Brigadier Generals, the Colonels command ing brigades there. ouuorainate omcers will also receive proper promotions. The President, through the Secretary of war, win, in ms order or the day, ac companying , the announcements of those who deserve rewards for valor, strive to pay a just tribute to every man, either high or low lnjranlc, who contributed to the result. i lag oHicer Foote and his brave sailors will doubtless not be forgotten. Gen. Buell telegraphed to Gen. McCIelhin last night that the rebels have abandoned Murfreesboro, and are in full retreat toward Tennessee river. Crossing this river will free Middle Tennessee of every armed rebel Inasmuch as the enemy ' retreats aloso- the railroad, tearing up the rails as they pass, it will be diflicult to catch them. It is announced that the Cumberland ami Tenuesiee rivers will be opened this week to free and unmolested commerce, nnder the order of the Secretary of the Treasury. Louisville, JEarch 3. Railroad com- monicationB between here and Nashville except over a creek ten . miles from Nash ville damaged by the risiner water on Satur day i, will be resumed to-morrow night. The election on Saturday; at 'Nashville for municipal 'officers, passed ff quietly ine miring siayor issued a proclamation assuring the citizens ot protection by Feder al troops, lr tney quietly- pursue their ac customed avocations. " fcevetal rebel prisoners have been brought to Nashville, and 25 negroes, seized in the vicinity of Bowling Green,' have been re covered at Nashville and sent back , r ilaJ communication is established ' to Bowling Green, and for Military letters to Nashville. Col. J. J. Miller, Government Airent for Kentucky, is making energetic exertions to extend mail facilities to every part of Ken tucky.1 Foht Monro-, March 2. The steamer Express'left Old Point yesterday morning for James River, to receive the federal Dris- oners who were expected on Friday. They were not met,- However, according to au- pointment. She accordingly came back at 3 o'clock P. M. : . ..'", ; . Yesterday the rebel steamer Jamestown. which, with the Yorktown, is stationed off Hog Isla&d, steamed down to the. Express, with a flag of truce, to ascertain the cause of her appearance on the river on two suc cessive days. She stopped abreast of the Exprecs at a few rods distance, and lowered a boat with a Lieutenant on board to com municate. He was informed of the errand of the Express, that she was acting under information furnished by Gen. Huger, when he explained that his commander had no knowledge of any expected prisoners, and from seeing the Express two days in suc cession, came down to learn the occasion. tie expressed nimselt satisfied, and returned to the Jamestown, which went back to her Station. . She bas been armed with a cun at her bows and another at her stern, and bas a sharp iron cut-water projecting some three feet from her bows at tbe water line. She is supposed to be commanded by Capt. Barnard. Having been twice disappointed in relation to tbe expected prisoners, it is not known when they will be sent down the river. It is uncertain whether Col. Corco ran will be among the number. Another interview took place yesterday off Craney Island between General Wool tnX "al .Hovrell Cobb, ia refers, " . jjL fzenafai pt. a genaral xchanee of Drlsoners; : V - !" ' We hearria Nbrfoikl that the' itim 1-NashviIIe 'arrived at WHniinetoD. N. yesterday, haviDg run the blockade at that place. - quanfitf'of telefirraphic'-cable fa as ari rivea nere for the completion of the across the Bay. "'" ' " ' line lhere is satisfactory authority for stating TJIZ'Kl1 .u u"un'ne"' , J yester- i j wcmiiy, luni ura.-auu&er s ui visioa i,j ..,0 . , r. . . I nac' crossed the lower Potomac, is entirely I , ... v. cuwid,. Washisigtok, March 3.--The "Secretary of the Navy received a letter to-day, dated Cairo, February 27, from flag-officer Foot, -whcMav-s : - - ' - - ,w r. " I have the honor to forward a commu nication from Lieut. Comrnaudinff Bryant. the Substance of which I have" just tel& graphed. The Captain of the steamer says that six miles below Nashville there -was a battery of 15 guns, but several of them were thrown into the river before the Cairo ar rived. He also reports that a strong Union iceiing was manuesiea in ana near Nash ville, and other towns along the river. He.also states that the gunboats , were welcGmed by the people of Nashville and otnef points, and on hearing of my arrival, supposing that the gunboats would proeeed immediately to Nashville, the eDemy re- ireaieu, panic-stricken. Tne nnnsnally high water, enabling th boats to ascend tne river, is Providential." i The following is the incjosure in flag-ofil i;er root a letter: . , ' - NASHVILLE, 60. Z5.iV Flag. Officer Foot, $c : . Sir: Uncertain that my letter of the 23d reached you, I repeatthat I departed from Clarksville for this point, by request of Brigadier General Smith, commanding m.i ni.l III- J . - , .. . " . viniajnuo, suu arnvea nere tnis , morn ing, preceded by seven steamers conveying Clan KT ,.-, ..!.. n::: .mi.- . . . i v.wu. iiviiiuu o iiiioiuu. xue troopa lanuecx witnont opposition, t The banks of : the river are free from hostile forces. " The railroad and suspension bridge here are u destroyed. - Very respectfully, ' A. C. BRYANT ; Lieut. Commanding, IsAST NIGHT'S REPORT Columbus burned 'and evac uated by the Rebels A lot of Jeff. Thompson's Rebels uaptured The .Rebels at Centreville Preparing:- for to Fight The new Tas Bill rpi.. nr. i " 11 IIU I i SU 111 Tl ri 1 -WX W S-k , asaa Au.auuuaB xauucai t uu the Occupation of Nash ville and Jeff. Davis' Mes sage Death of General Lander General Shields ;j i . . m appumtcu tw i.ais.0 ms turn, mand. Chicago, March 3d. A special' to- the Tribune, from Cairo, says: ; A bright light, as of a large conflagra tion, in the direction of Bland vi lie, iwas seen from here, on Friday night, at Uine o'clock.' ;Oo Saturdav'A.ieht the sky was brilliantly illuminated by the reflection of a large conUagratton directly in a line with Columbus, apparently about as far distant. Chicago, .March 3d. A special to Tribune, dated Cairo, 2d, says : tbe A gentleman just arrived from Charles tony Mo., brings intelligence of the capture of forty men of Jeff. Thompson's band, and lour smaii cannon, near Kvkestown. mi. - - i . . . . . i ub guuuoai Islington bad an engage ment a day or two since, with a rebel bat tery at bavannab, Tenn. BANK 8TATBMKNT. . Kew i obk, March 3d. Decrease in loans $2,276,720 ; decrease in circulation, $125.. 552; decreace in deposits. $1,504,577 ? in! vicaao in specie. yDu.yoi., ! UiTRoiT, March 3d. An explosion took place to-day at the oil refining house of N. tlarman & Co., demolishing tbe building and) killing several persons. Four dead bodies have been recovered, among them i wo oi me proprietors. .. Others are posed to be buried in ,the ruins. sup- . SHECIAL TO TBI HO. DKatOCRAT. , , i Cairo, March 2. A great light was seen in the direction of Columbus last night. It is generally believed the rebels have burnt everything there of an inflammable nature. . ' .. "; The Memphis Appeal of the 23th olt, bas the following : ; ' ' -' , t " We have information from Nashville that Gen. Buell and Commodore Foote ar rived and occapied tbe city. .-The United States flag" has been raised on tha Capitol and floats there now. . But one Federal flar was exhibited, and that was from the shot) of a Yankee jeweler who has long been sus pected ot disloyaUy. the feeling m Nash ville is stroDR.r Southern.' Deep cloom seemed to cover the community: The citi zens avoid intercourse of any kind with tbe invaders." Two British flags have been raised by property holders this evening. They intend to claim the protection of that Uovernaient. The sick are beinir. moved from Colum bus. " - - . -v .S" X We are pleased to learn that Beauregard is making prompt and energetic prepara tions to oppose an attack .which now seems so imminent at Columbus. ; The reported capture of Busbrod John son is incorrect.- - He arrived at Nashville having escaped from the hands of the memy. - , u Jeff. Thompson left his old headquarters day before yesterday on a seacoast expedi tion. He will turn up somewhere. - . -' - Both Houses of the Legislature of Ten nessee met teo. z an. .and adjourned for want of a quorum," . , : Concerning the President s message, the Apnea! says : "He (Jeff. Davis) is free to confess the error of his past policy, and tha extent of the disasters which have follow ed from it. We think a vigorous war will soon be made on the advancing col umns of the enemy. That toe wilr "attack, pursue 'and destroy" instead of being at tacked, pursued aud destroyed.' I he -Spade will be dropped and the bayonet resumed, in other word3 the policy of Fabian Davis wilt yield to that of the Napoleonic Beau regard. In view of these facts, through dark clouds that at. present environ us, the sun will burst forth in less than 60 -days, in full, resplendent lustre." ? The rebels are said to be fortifying island No. 10, 'about ' 35 miles below Columbus, which place tbey will fall back on. High ground is found on tbe island, which is well adapted for batteries to command tbe river. Prominent officers believe Columbus was bnrned last night. ' . to . NEW.yoa?, h3d. The Lynchburg j ; gcarcelj. tave the Rebels .been Virginian tmblishes Jhe following:. - I , .- ., , . . , . ' " A priTiU .letter tecovrti- from Centre-J l?..8.!01.1 qf .Kentucky, before C. ville, last night, stated that our forces received orders to eand their sick to rear, and pnt themselves in marching order, By passengers who arrived on,last night's train, the above report is "'confirmed, they also state. that the women and and' chil dren were ordered to leave Centreville yes terday morning. We understand, from the same source, that the Yankees bare suc ceeded in cutting another road through the woods to Fairfax." , Chicago, March. 3dv The Nichols House,, at BIoomingtoH, was burned last night.Tr Loss $35,000 insured for $20,000. i WA3HiNGT0N,March3.' The following is an abstract of the tax bill reported to day : -: The bill provides for the appoi n tmen t by the President, -of a. Commissioner of internal ttevenue, nia salary $D,ouo ,per annum, his olhce to be in the Treasury De partment, with -sufficient clerks, &c. The country is to be "divided as the President may direct, into convenient districts, with au assessor and collector appointed by the r resident, who shall nave power to appoint each deputies as may be necessary. ; The bill provides for a duty on spirituous liquors of -lo cents per gallon. ; SPECIAL TO CINCINNATI GAZETTE. - Washington, March 2. f ... - DEATH OF GEN.' LANDER.' General Lander -died or congestion of tne Dram ana lungs, at Paw Paw, at four this afternoon, after an illness of only a tew nours. General Shields is ordered to take his command. 1 - The Honse District of Columbia Commit tee has agreed to Senator Morrill's abolition bill, slightly amended. He will adopt the amendments, and press their passage., it 13 the special order for wecinesaay. it is sure ot a majority in both Houses. Gen. Hunter bas arrived here.'' The publication in the New York capers. of the detaiis of Banks', movement across tha river, made Secretary - Stanton very wraimui. - -.- .a .t-.-v In answer to inquiry, the explanation was made that Gen. Banks authorized the dispatch, which is not true, as both Stanton. acd McClellan declare. The substance of the news is, that Banks crossed on LcLeod Murphy s pontoon bridee. near Harper's Ferry without opposition. A small hostile force, at 'first thought to be the rebel ad vance guard, seemed inclined to offer an at tack, and to indicate an intention to dispute their passage, but it retired as Banks moved He now occupies London nights juvcuwaiug uarpars overlooking Harper's Ferry,1 and the coun- I. . t aw.. i try in tne vicinity. Tne enemy : was mougDt to be in force, under Jackson and Kirby bmitb, at - Winchester and towards Strasburg. Yesterday,, a few shells were thrown at the train on the Baltimore and Ohio Road," near Berlin. " No harm: was done. i utfuerai lUcuieiidD, wue superinteuaed the movement, reached Washiurton at two this morning. w ashington, March 2. A dispatch was to-day. received from Commodore Foote, Baying Lieut. Phelps, sent with a flag - of truce to COInmbns, Las returned and re ports that Columbus is beinc evacuated. He saw the rebels burning: their winter : quarters and removing tbe heavy guns, on tne jtsiuus, bnt leaving. those in the water batteries. Tbe indications were that the town of Columbus, together witb the mili tary stores, bad been burned. CINCINNATI MARKET. Cincinnati, March 3. Floor dull and hardly any demand : super is offered at 4 25, and 160 barrels sold at 4 15, but this is thought below the market, as holders are not ctferinar below 4 25. - - - Whuat dull and lower: red 83c white 9295c. Corn firm at 30c. " Oats 20c , , v ... . . Bra 5253c. - t Barlit very dnll and nominal. Whisky advanced to 19ic and in active demand. 1, Two hundred thousand pounds bulk Shoulders sold at 3J loose, and 3J packed. tour nunared tierces country Lard Bold at 7c. - j, - - - Mes3 Pork freely offered at 1 1 503U 1 75. Five hundred and twenty-four barrels good country sold at the former rates.' There is not much demand for any article but holders are disposed to wait further de velopments, rather than meet buyers freely at tbe commissions they demand. : morris held more firmly nnder the news from New York, but there is no better de mand. " - Sugar and Molassss dull at previous prices. Weather very cold. Thermometer 20 SQy Robert Johnson, Esq.'. son of tha Hon. , Andrew. Johnson, of. Tennessee.' ar-- rivea in mis city on rnaay, evening, in good health, having started from East Ten aaLa. n.-a nessee on the 4th insL For two months previous to that date, he bad been an exile from the borne of. his father- at Greenville, ou nan returned twice at mgbt only to re. tire immediately to bis place of conceal meat In tbe mansion of a friend. ' On the 4th, he resolved to run the hazard of the die in an effort to reach Kentucky. ! Te ef fect this, he traveled in a north-easterly di rection towards and into Virginia. Until reaching Lee connty, of the latter State, be walked during the night, and stopped at tne nouses or mends or. acquaintances through the day. In tbe county above named, he distrusted all, and was traveling two nights through the mountains, carrying ms tood with him, and having no shelter or even a blanket or overcoat. After this, be made a detour around Cumberland Gap, which is strongly fortified, and guarded by tbe rebels. He . then readily gained the Federal lines. The Union spirit in East Tennessee is represented to be as strong es ever, bot battalions of troops are stationed along the railroad, and tbe bridges are par ticularly strongly guarded. There are other routes to East Tennessee than by Cumber land Gap, but as tbe Confederates have tha power to concentrate their forces rapidly by the railroad, none but a strong Federal col umn can pierce that position and hold it. The indomitable perseverance of this young man, in bis determination to escape- from Secessia, shows that he is a " chip of the old nines.. jmai. Muuueneer;- - Rations of LiQuoa. The following is a copy of an. order seized by , our troops at Mill Springs, Kentucky : -' ' ' , , c Hbacquabtbrs 16th Ala. Bso., 1 , Desember 24, 1861. ; 1. The Apothecary will famish each Cap tain two gallons whisky. - 2. The Captains will issue' to their men rations of whisky to celebrate the recogni tion by England and France of tbe Southern Confederacy. W. BuWOOO! Colonel 16th Alabama Regiment. had the.LeiLlslatura becins .to enact schemes the comproijQise.: We Bhould "thitk that that State has bad ehougS of such measures. The. tinkering of Kentucky politicians did much toward putting the' rebellion on its feet, and similar tinkering at this time only serve to aid the traitors. We tave enougtv of politicalAliteratnre. Steel muscle must be the argument now. - , tA gentleman just arrived from Nash tille eaj s that after the rebel army left that city and before our forces arrived, the Irish laborers carried off wagon, loads, of pro visions, homespun cloth, &c, from the rebel Quartermaster's Department. Their ihan- ties in the suburbs were filled with supplies. The Na3h ville. 42nd Regiment '-is now -in Ht The correspondent of a Virginia paper, writing from NasUviile -just previous to the fall of Donelsoni 6aid : 'v Large and "enthusiastic public meetings are being held every tiight, the militia is drilled every day, and if the city shall be doomed to tall in the hazards of war, it will only be abandoned after a heroic de fense by its people worthy of an ancestry whose laurels in the field and cabinet, are imperishable., , , . ' " ""' i That's the way the chivalry talk when out of danger. , The " heroic defense " of Nashville consisted' of a stampede forty- eight hours before the Union forces arrived. C From Lieut. Col. Love, who arrived here Sunday from Nashville, we learn that the Mayor of Nashville has issued a procla mation calling upon the citizens of tliat place, who fled on the approach of our ar my, to return and reeuaie their accustomed avocations. t&" Senator Chandler of Michigan, it is said, has loaned to the Government, since the ' July ' session Jof Congress, 41,000. Every dollar he has been able to spare from his boarding-house life bo has invested in the war bonds. ' t - S&" Some artists who hav-- been exam ining; the accounts of Captain Meisrs, find that he ha3 expended nearly $150,000 on the ornamentation and ."decorative " paint ing of tbe extension "of the capitol. A patriarcbaMoukibg Italian, with an assis tant, is yet at work in some of lue crjpts beneath the Senate-chamber, painting among other novelties medallion heads of the revolutionary her 8 from rcco l-t tioD, without even a guiding fkeicu. NEW ADYER.ThEfr.E'-TS. iSbs i-CH V ' .3 n r, ..Trf - tj i .- it a. -sT MO MOVED his office from Mo. 4 First street. to liis rssiilfnrs on ecoiirl etrtet, opposite the new Hronbi tei iau Cliurcli. will k6u. as httretofbrfl . a good assortment i Wheeler A- Wilson's, aud Kinti'r's Bewiutr Machines aud nedlea. silk thread and oil, and every thing that is connected with the uusinss. mnl F. M. SELLMAN. Ag't. WfOCSIi J.VM LOP JOH MM Containing six rooms with cistern and all necessary convenience, in Metropolis. Illinois, will be sold low lor cash or exchange for Kentucky liroperxy iiiie clear. Apply to mhldlw It. 8. HUBBV. Metroool s. Ills. Ji 60 sacks XXX white wheat floor, for sale at , iebli LLIOTT'd. X Kti- JmOTTaK.b(i bushels very aue aua laricw aeec I'utatot-s. at JHU II. A. COOK'S. Boots and Shoes. -as. or exchange for Tobacco, twelve c uses Boots and 8boes, coniprising Men's, Women's and Chil dren's. The above are direct fiom Massachusetta factories, aud suitable for country trade. HENKY KEMP, . Washiuirton Hotel, or to TU0MAS J. HDKT, Agent VOB THC " boot Jjvn saoB btobe, Ho. 22, First Street, corner Sycamore, febll Ktansillv, luniAwa. - f- 80OJm kegs best SwcHtt ocl2 ; S. K. OILBKBT , & CO. J1ZK HO JIM MJiJS'VI'JV M TUHiS. A very choice article of Sorghum Hlola-8es, just received aud for sale by ; .-.. - VICKEKTBKO. oct24 ; J - - No. 82, Main Streat. (R-Tjf J CJUViH.Ha S00 box lent quality, r im sale feb3 . by 8. IS. GIliBKl' CO." W9 i"Ji. 13 bags, best fanned Jm.m deel2 - 8. E. GI 1;r nniet bv tilLBKKT a CO. SpI(licr8J. Claims ! BEN. STIKSON AND JOEW TENNIS EvANtviLLS, Ind , : Trccure INVALID PENSIONS, BOl'XIY MOn'- ti, AKJif.ABS OC fAl, Laud Warranto, and other Government promises, for cla. mails justly entitled. Ko charges until claimsaie secured. urrics : un xnixabtreet, near Alain. fob5-3ind ' ' I -l Notice of Dissolution. - "L totore existing nnder tbe name cf Georg-. L. Kraue A Co., ia this day tfsaolvedr by th witb- arawat or imam Keasel. Tha account!, of tha m ii rm win oa settled by Uco. t,. krao-e, who is authorized to collect all elai m All fl riss v ssll ih sa UDUW VI SSJS.IH lirifj; - I t-f e. - .. GEO. ti. KRAtSE A CO. Evansville, Febrnary 20, 18G2. - ' The nndersignsd will continue the riiiinena f irie oia nrm, at tne o let stand, corner or becoud and Main streets, and will be hspnr to reueiv th nat. roiiage oi oia as wen as new it lends. IeL-0-lmd GEO. L. KKAI SK. 'usutFr'a ajjLii, oi, Bv virtue of an order cf sals issneJ ont of the rfflc of tha ; Clerk of the Conrt of- Common Pleas of Vanderburgh coin ty, Indlsca, in t ivorcf John Whitehead, jr.. and Kobert Orsy, and against Ambrose Lewln et. at., I will on , i THORSDAV, MARCH 20, 1S62, between the honrs "of 10 o'clock A. "IT. and 4 lock P. M. of said dav, st the door of the Court Honsa in the City of Evannuille, Indiana, offer for sals at public auction the rent', iwnaa and profits tor tbe term c f auvrn yesrs of the fol lowing described real estate, to.ait: The east half of the sooth wt-st quarter of the s ut-heast qoartor; also the enst balf of the north west qaarttr of tha south-east cuajrter i,f uii thirty five (35), In towuNUipfjm (4j, outh of rant;e ten (10) west, contl niiitr forty nrrm. fmr, ... less) situate la Vandorburgh coonty, Indiana. ' . And should said rents aud nmniui.nnit.aii r.,- . sum snfilcient to satisfy said writ and -cents, I will at tue same Urns and Dlaca nffor t--m ml h u. aunpie oi saia pteoiisea. w f iG&OBGl W0LFLIN, , Sheriff V. ft .Wheeler Izlebart, Plaintiffs Attorneys. , -feb27-65,25 ' " ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. of I O . e-t-O O O ; O -rs - .- 9 O t - O o cs t3 M . K-4 O i O -ty ts o t o o ct 1-1 a4 can had Pa o o CO- " w - aud - tn at - -- o tl o cn m o 3 ., te CO i r. o o si 1 a.. 0 Pi r- CO -t la e CS c-t- P3 1 O o o ca f o d. - m -o S3 US O o T3, Ti a P Ol I m tT o .0- & s H o o I a ' O o CO pi i'ii'- O vsi a Ol o o F. FENDRICH BROTHERS, i ' ' ' Evaiatville, Ind., J QUII" TBNhRlCH BFwOS., Colombia, Pa. ubliahi.-d in 1b5u. BRANCHES CF THE BALTIMORE HOUSE, i-oTAI.Ll-HEU 1 1S1B, JO rrnnniPM M tl i1 miuiiiii .sF. WentlricU Itux9 A , f. ' EYANSVILXIt, INDIANA, Eetablisbod tu 1350. MJjyrVFJCTUBMlUS Of TOBACCO AND CIGARS, W&mB OJPM--K1I JPUK t.1 1. K T V V laigest and test sot tm.-nt ot Toil nnd Cfgiirs in tbo Uet. Wecslltbe ntt.nti, tiutlers and 8turvbeoiars to rxuojlnu i ur ;. ct which they will nod extousive and cheap. wis iu vi; .-- jijux-jts lno.mio lo.coo 6,1100 10.1KK) lO.WKJ 15.CK-0 porels Joefih cigars, porels Charles do. forels John do. La L va. poreis Francis. ileury Clay. 21,000 La Napoleon. 18.0"0 C. Branson's. - ' i2,0(i0 Iles-a ia Uavana. -li5,X30 La aalaiinas. 15,00") La India, 100.000 Half Spanish. 10,000 "r-atent l'reeswi. 15,000 La Lelle Amariciis. 6) boxes lied i.tnv iips. 60 boxes Powhoiian l"ip'. 1,000 boxes Common Clay Pi,.e-. 30 dozen Briar T'oot t'ita 20 . dozea Merrs hnilru Aaor.-1 i, iu. 60 groat Dani.h Pipi-s. 25 boxetextra Virgin a Che'lriTohi.c--.. 60 boxes 4 oz. Lump Virsiuia .bevies a.. 60 caldies Planlars' Pri'le. 2J boxes Light Piered VirgiiiU. 30 boxes Five Lump Tobaox. 10 kKS Rough and P.etdv. 20 boxes Oold Hoot Virgii.U Tolmooo. 10 boxes Thomas Keen', lobacoo. 20 g ross 6un ny 8idt Tobacco. . 20 gross Soluce Tobacco. 20 . gross Sweet Owen. - 20 ' boxe 0. Bran -on' T- bac( o. 60 boxes Pure Sco tch hrm-V " f. ?10: tt s Mataboy SciitT. 10 . u-m rench utz. 6,000 patkugo Pride of ti.e WbiI Sw k T. - ' bocco. pack-itrt-s ltoehul d.. 5,000 6,00il 00 20 VU 3,000 mo packages 1a no is d . bbis Fine Cut Cbeinjjr To bacco. bhJs Fins C'nt Cbea :tir. Lble Fine Cut tjinoiiiii. pounds Hinkmnick a...o':iug Tubacco. los Orauij Turkish Tohacoo. lbs CarlotLa Siuol;iux Tobacco. 200 600,0;i0 Pipe Stems, av-.r,ed. 600 dozen German Pipes. SO dozen Freijcb. Pipes. - 12 dues Coctiscticut seed Leaf. We off ir tha above goods for sale at Baltimoro pr.oeo. - We have no competition In our line in n sidj 'A Ciacir.nati. Vie mvlte deaie s . exuiu.a oui irge stock, which tiioy will liud extotsivo aud cheai. Give us a aU. .- , i'KANCXS FESDICa, taOS., i - F' . : i .- it iir.t c. . i- ,-tl , i -o. m jvi i.iai.&i,ie, All !. Sign of Febl2 'Old Bob Ilidlsj,. ' reclvd per steamers Pralii.-. K jib and Li-b-e-.od, th t jarest aud nicest yet rooUi, 1 r sio low by bbi or -aliun, at Jaii 28 VICE EiiY E!l0-5. SO j i.- t: tiew B-ef Tongues, at dec2S --. t:- VICKICKV BROS -2 M -ii. trpMCJf t ti hois boat quu;n, i. , , e u Mm, lebl3 . 3. k. GILi'.Kiii (. Agency for Soldiers Claims. If UT. Jllcli HIJLI ti J.YJt w w nmillifcU Lrocuro I. vai.rl Bounty ilouey. Arrears ol Pav. a. J T.nil W'.r. ranis, oader the several acfcof"Ot,nc,reoa iees muderate, asd no part of their cnarrt col lected till tha claim is secured. Ottioeon the north ida of Third Stn-ot, Utwcoa Main and Locuit, KvaiiBVi.le, lndi-.ua. SCHAPKER & EUS2IIsTGrS . HO. 49 MAIN STREET. m if iarreaesw-t-miiriir eSL--utib a t -y v-o -a, to Vbkh W6 would rewp-crfnli: cjxti i: fcttt-u : :.:ii of our numerous ci.stoiu"rs aud the puh.ic i-utrr. ry. uSsT o w Caiicoos, ... Awry nie lot, juat rwe.vel, ;it - - ' SCHAPKl'R tk BDIX'J, febff" No. iJ Ma, -r. rt. mUIM JL 600 bush prime lr ,-h Potawes, just r cn:v- i at f 1 ' i ' ' ; i - ' ;- : feblS 1 i LLI0IX'a lami.y C.-ocsry.