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THURSDAY MORNING..-. .MABCH Jff Special Notices 1h Co f mmm Bxptrttm)) f mm sneafA. Published for the benefit ul M a warning and a caution to young men wbo suffer from Nervosa Debility, Prematura Decay. . Ac; applying at the same time the mems of Self-Core By one wbo baa cored binvstf after being pot to great expense through medical tmpoeitiOB aad quackery. By enclosing a po. t paid addressed en selope, uiou oofiss may be had of the author, NATHANIEL MAYFAIB, Kq Bedford, King, Co., N.Y. mh-15-dAwly jnml mrm resfa- FTsisMB- teera by hundred, the hospitals are crowded with them. Soldier be warned in time. HOLLO WAT'S FILLS are positively lafaUibla ia the oar of thle disease, occasional dose of them will preserve the health even under the greatest exposure ' Only 26 cet per Box. . . BhU Th Jipptttltm.lt is a Tery difficult matter with the majority of person to reatraia their appe tite; hence, w ace aa abaadeaoe of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, and Disorders of the Stoma a and Digestive Organ. , Hoofland' German Bitters will entirely cor there complaint, and restore the ajstem to it original Vigor' and" strength. They axe tor eel by druggist and dealers in medicine everywhere, at 75 cents per bottle. - feblS ftmir Dtf t II air II yt I JTmfr J' I WX. A. BATCQELOB'S HA IB DTK. Tne only harmless and reliable Dye known I All others are mere Imitations, and should be avoiled if yon wish to escspa ridicule, 4 j , . . , OBEY. RED OB BUSTY HAIB dyed Instantly to a beautiful and natural Brown or black, with ont the least injury to Hair or Skin. . . FIFTEEN MEDALS, AND DIPLOMAS havs been awarded to fa. A- Batchelor sine 1833, and onr 200.C00 applications have been mad? to tb hair of the patron of hit famous Dye. t W. A. BATCHELOB'S HAIB DTI produces a color not t be distinguished from nature and Is vmmmted not to injurs in the least, however loss; it may be continue!, and the ill effects of had Dyes remedied. The hair is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is properly applied at He. 16 Bond Street, New York. " Sold in all the cities and towns of the United States, by Druggists and Taney Goods Dealers. The Genuine has the mum William A. Batch elor," and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the tour sides of each box. - - ' '. . Wholesmm Tactoss, 81 Babclat St., mhll --. Late 233 Broadway, New York, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Thomas' K. Gaxti.i. ,. J "I ' ' " Jxs Bud. WAR CLAIM AGENCY; .' tajta vj!jv r mm in, . . , Attorneys at Law & Real Estate " Asonts.,'-: ' . Office on Third Street; 1 ' ---- i XVANSVILLK, INDIANA. Have peculiar facilities in Washington, and wilt give prompt attention to the procuring of Pen a ions. Back Pay, asd Bounties, and to prostra tion of claims against the Government. mhl'2 FEE SII GARDEN SEEDS.' rWIWK 8CB8CBIBXB OFBBB8 FOB M sale a well assorted stock of fresh and pure Garden Seeds, all of which has been grown by himself.- Also, about BOO roots of M vat's Victoria Bhnbarb, such as he hss been supplying his ens to mers with at hi stall in market tba last two year. One year old Catawba Grape Tines, Arborvitas from two to five fcet hlgfc.Cabbage, Hwwet Potato Plants, Ac, at his stall in the upper Market Ueose on market mornings and as his Chu-dea on the New burgh road. Ordsre let at . Meni's store on Main street, adjoining Washington Hotel, will be promptly attended to. - mhl9d2 WM.C. WEAVES. ?T. On the Mt. Vernon road within four miles of vanavH!). a double-case Sllvsr "Watch, cylinder CHpeosi-rit, with the erys tal out. The fiader will be liberally rewarded by leaving he same at thisoffloe, or by giving it to tbe owner. mhl8 d3t A IOrOB E. KINO. W9DiV BJ iJ2. Ot a nice two MJm seated Bcggy for sale eh ap, raariy new. snqtiire t mhls if. A. uvuJtra, No. 73 Main street. biiHbels extra Onion B. A. COOK'S. sets, for stUe cheap st mh!8 9W 6.) half sacks do 20bbU da extra, at B. 4. COOK'S. mhl8 LALIPS ! LAMPS! "irwt k jibb -v w mvmwno V V with ths celebrated Bosencrana Coal til Burners, requiring only a chimney from two to fonr inchee long, and o danger 0 ersiosioa. Also, a fine assortment of Chandelier and various other hanging lamps, suitable for publio asd private baits, churches, stores, Ac , Ac. Alto, geod ts sortment of kitohen and parlor Lamps, all of which we propose to sell fully 25 pes cent, lower than heretofore. 1 S i H , U j , i , j r r . TO DEALERS. " v'; Ws would ssy that we are prepared to duplicate bills of lamps bought la Cincinnati or elsewhere. We get our foustt, pegs, cases, burners, Ac, Ac, direct from tbe manufacturers in Connecticut and elsewhere, and put them up here; we are therefore enabled to warrant eveiy lamp peri'eot, beside saving breakage, freight, Ac, Ac. OLD LAMPS . 4 can be altered to born Coal Oil at a email experts and thooa who have broken lamp can have their burner put 00 new one or now font put to old marble casea, by leavinjr tbena at mh!7 V10KKBY BB08, No. 82 Main St. A PHOPOSITIOlT " WW DENCK in the safety of the Coal Oil which we sell that we propose to eive a new lamp for very one that explodes in burning the oil that w ell at 50 cents per gallon or upward. mhlT YICKERY BBOS. I r?fl MHTiJH mjy J.V Jh J ft M 9 V ML CUALiUllh rrom actual experiments made In the last two months we we find U cott ut cnlv half as much to liBUt our eUu with oil tnefc is did with gas, and one year's metor rvnt will pay for lamp. Just think of it ! 100 per cent saved by buying oil ana lamp at - - tnhir VICKEHT BS03., No. 82 Main St. . Hirer, just received and for sale at mbl7 ' VICS.EBT'S. :o;r 3 Is. x -t m ri v -, VS. -. BALEIOEALS.;:- S itJS-CB TMJB JFJSHIOJV Mm JPT K9 to taken turn it is trying the Ingenuity of the "pretty ladies" which to adopt. To avoid ouch an anxiety we advise all to go to SCHAPSIB tt BUdSING'3 and buy both, as they have received lrge supply of a new rtyle. mblT When strangers see crowds passing to and fro, -They ask what does all this hurrying mean t Why they're going to that popular store - - - Of Schapker Bnaaing's for new goods to sec Tbey are always the first of the season To supply their customer with good strong and nne. And to bay goods at prices in reason, Q3 to the tor, on Main street, number forty sine.. .J;. j j " ' ' - If oar esjetonsers will but notice this, - . We will cive them a tow items and a price list. Oar Print at twelve and 'half cents can't be beat, The colors penectiy mst, ana styles Tory neat ; Ds L nines and ChaUIes of every kind, ' At all prices, to suit the meet tasty minds. Bleach ii and unbleach'd U na Una at .twelve and half, ., -" Who'd grumble at that would grnmbl t being Alexsnder Kid Gloves for one don sell. But Silk, Lisle Thread, and Cotton Gloves ws keep aa well. . , v . : , .,, w, , ., - Our stack of Hoosiery is bow complete . 1 With shoes that make the feat look so very neat ; In short, to And a Drr Goods stock complete, Go soSchapker A Boseing'a, forry-uino Msia street T.VAr-K -H fTJT0Ba 60O bash- JbL els of tbe geottice Pink-ys Potatoes. Also. SUO bashels oornmoj, sach as grocers generally teep, for sale at reduced pricpa at tabT J- P. ELLIOTT'S Fatuity Grocery. -A C Containins six rooms with cistera . and all rsssnTv- eon vsnlenos, is Metropolis. Illinois, will oi m low for eash or exchaoe for Kectoeky sPerty Arply to - - aialdlw k ; jk. KCJiBT, Metropolis, CJa, ' ZYAiaSTlXXV WHOliEiAIsSs-WAK li.Jb.x rutrwiti.- ,, ,. -i i. . t 1 1 - ' i cotaEC? Aii.r t r. sh-sjsts co- .. XVAXSVLLLS, 1D.( Jlarch 2VJ862. TLOUB, Supsr. do. ; JCxtra. OOBN WBKAT. Bed. -.76Q77o WHEAT, Whit--. .--..25(gi27e OATS BYE . uxooc BABLSY 60(SC ,.1,18;1.40 BEAHS... CLOVir. SEED TIMOTHY 6EB. TLAX 6EED f,u,otf 8L2S1.S0 SOfSflO POTATOES. ONIONS BIDES, Green.. o(sao -...4a4io HIDE8, Dry.. DRIED APPLES.-.-..- GKEEN APPLES, bbl. DRIED PEACHES . ,..75f8.i ....$13(31.75 ,-14 6081S ..6a;(S4o 19Q200 9Ko .......No sale HAT EGGS... WHISK. Y.. CHEESE... EXCHANGE ON N.Y.. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .WHOLESALE. HAIIDWARE FOS 18452 ! NEW GOODS DAILT. . r lit chased for CASHi Armv and QUARTEnr.1 ASTERS Hardware. - Axes (all qualities) handled. Shovels and Spades. ' Clay Picks (handled.) Hatchets (in variety.) Knives and Forks and Butch- : . K;er Knives; : ' ;, " 41 Army Plates and Spoons. i 1 1 Handled Pry Pans. 5 r-Cofeo.Mills.:, : ,' :; l AlSO: : -J , .. ! SUTLEH'5 HABDWAKE. Country Merchant's Hard ware. '-i " Grocers Hardware. Builders' Hardware. J t Carpenters' Tools. Coopers' Tools- - COLT'S" lilies: "Smith cSsV7esson's" Mbtst -Pistols Cartridges, 1 1 Gun Caps, Belts & Holsters. Gunsmiths' Hardware. ; ; , , .. Also: ' Platform Scales and Scale w . i .Beams. -. - : Gum EELTHtG & Packing AT FACTORY PEICES. ALL GOODS sold at" LOW WATEB. MAEK For Cash, r - Charles A,' Xllls9 : i !; ; 13 First Street, uA Z Sign Golden Mill Saw Kvausville, Jan. It, 1862. tlstmar Thos. . Gabvih. ., , ' f . J Mas Bsio CARvIN A RE1D, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OrriCI OH TBIBD STBBXT, B VJJT8 WMM.M.By MJfniJJ'. Will eav particular attention to the PDBOHA8 and SALS of BSAIi ESTATE.- JanxSdStXw 'I J8 W BJCOJV JB4JB8A.t 8 esots per Doond. at , .. .. . ,. fcbS VICKUBT BBO'S. gittCmji JVVlP8 cask, M crop, just re-X- oaived and tor aala by - - . i t. s .8. K. GILBERT C0. , . decSt . No. 4 Svcaasor street. ml ijucjjriBB8 Jitu isra- ansortmsnt of th abovs oelebratod Glove )ost rsoeivsd at - OUtlAriLEn Biijsiflu s, deo30 - Mo. 4 Mats street. W.9 VCM. WMBJ T JFJL U. 60 sacks Back- ELM w vbcat Tlour, Sxtra, at JaoS H. A. COOK'S. " Ohio Rye Coffee. M2d TON'S now to get soms of thtt Justly cele brated Ohio Bvs Oiffoe, which has just arrived per steamer Lancaster No. 4. - - Alo reevtve per railroad, 63 bushels of Ztatliaim growth of By Coffee, which goes tl Ilk hot cakes atextaenely low prices for eaeh, asd cash only, at ' BUSTON'i febt " . . Teed Store. Water street. TYTt-Jv-rAfx t7ijr Mjvn jmjass V V fork, Lard, Tallow, Bacoa, Wheat, Corn, Uats, Bye, Uav, floor. Dried Apple. Dried Peaches, feather. Bam. GnnaanK. Beeswax. Beans, Potatoes, Dry or Green Hides, or any other produce ia excuanxe lorvrocartes. - -janHS - GEO. FOSTIB A CO. WrMSB Mn8J"MBTS A flao lot of MM heavy Horse BIsosmi and Covers lost re- ceiled at SCBAPiLKB A BCASINO'8, Mo. 49 Maia street drc30 IrJJHLFH 5 dosen extra Coil OU V Baraers just received for the purpose of al- terina; Ijard Oil and Fluid Lamps. Lamps can be chanoed in fivs minutes. Also 10 dot Coal OU Cbimaeya ; doses Brashes to clean chimneys ; Wicking and Hhsdee, at vnijiim bkud, BBBBIJrtl CJ BBS, . , . At a very tow price, at : yelyge . . i . 4 Mew Drsur Store. TMCU W boxes, best quality, for sale by 3 8. I. GILBEBT A CO., oclS - Nai 4 Sycamore! treet. V JMjmfS! XI.tr J" We have just l JLt oeivad a lanra assortment of Coal Oil Lamps, selected in person ax Dress ly for ths Evansvilie trade. Ws solicit an examination of prtcs and nality. as we are confident a better or cheaper lt cannot be found this sids of Omcionti. Price from 60 cents to l 76 eaeh. deel . . VICKSBT BBOS., 82 Main St. -Ui-UVifWe- oootinoe to i M.J celve that rich oonntr- t rirlk mnntrv Rr,n. tht wmifha 30 lbs. to tbe bnsheL Boy the kind that wi U keep vows lai, at VlCKalBlC UKUJ, - 1 . So. 82 Main St. MMJVJi ". 300 Vba choice Af Hoaeyrsa . 5 fl. A. OOOK'S. jaoo 79 atn street. r-IAU s hods c-osoe M. O. near, at jan H. A. COOK'S ' T ' ' " i tmx.i 1 -i : -: iv-r cwjMr i store ana tor sale by . vH. A. C003K. HEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Exclnsirel f far tlie Jonrnal COIIGSESSIOAL. XXXVII CONGRESS SECOND SESSION WAsaiKaTOJf, March 20. Sisati. A communication from' she Secretary of tfco Natt was received in answer to the reiolution aekinp- wbT the Nar&l Academv had been removed from AnnapoliB. -. Mr. Sumner presented a petition from citizens of New York, asking for the pas sage of a law asking for the protection and improrement or tne Indians. The joint resolution in .relation to the claim of Marshall O. Roberts ior the loss of tbe steamer . Siax-of-the-West, was taken up and passed v . i On motion of Mr. Trumbull, tbe bill for the relief of District ' Attorneys was taken op. The bill authorizes the Attorney General and the Secretary of the Interior to fix the salaries of the District Attorneys which in no case shall exceed 96,000, . After some discussion the bill was laid over. Mr. Trumbull, from the Judiciary Com mittee, reported back the joint resolution for co-operation with States in accordance with the President's recommendation, ask ing thut it pass. ,.. - ' . i, ,.i On motion of Mr. Grimes tbe bill for tbe re-organization of the Nary Department was taken up. After some amendments the billpassed.- ' -' ' 17 Tbe Senate than proceeded to discu33 the bill abolishing slavery in the District of Colombia. -' ' - - " ' ' . Mr. Wylie spoke against i t 5 ' " ' : " ' 1 : Pending the consideration of the bill the Senate' went into executive session and j subsequently adjourned. I Hove. Mr. Wilson made a report in re lation to the censorship of the Press. Tbe consideration of this was postponed till tbe first Monday in ApriLv . Mr. Hickman, from the Judiciary Com mittee, reported back the several bills and resolutions referred to them on tbe snbject cf confiscation of rebel property, including slaves, with a recommendation averse to either their passage or adoption. Mr. Hick man desired to submit a minority report on the same subject. The reports made by Mr. Hickman were received but not acted upon. The consideration of tbe subject was then postponed. The House then took up the Tax bill. A long discussion ensued, relative to dis tillers, spirits, &c feThs most important amendment made was, that all distilled spirits now ma nufac tured or which may be manufactured 'from this date in the United States, shall pay the same amount per gallon when sold, as pro vided by this act, upon those manufactured from and after May" 2 1st, 1862. : Mr. Steel of New York, wanted the tax. on lager reduced to 25c per bbl., but hie amendment was rejected. Yeas 24; nays not counted. - v..: i House adjourned. ' , '' MORNING REPORT. Latest from Virginia- Geru Shields hot after the rebels Kothirigr new from Island , No. 10 General Pope has ! a fight with the rebel gun j boats Ha sinks one and repulses the others" Con-; traband " stories rebels in full force . ,t Fredericks; burg. Winchbstbr, March 19. Tha raUroad bridge at Harper s Ferry was completed last night. Tne rauroaa was also comple ted from Cumberland to Martinsbnrg, but it will take several days to finish tbe road from Martiosburg to tbe Ferry in conse quence of tbe amount of rails taken up by the enemy. Passengers from Straeburg report that the rear guard - or Jackson disputed uenerai 8hields's approach, toot by'foot, with in fantry and caralry. It ia reported that our cavalry occupied the town. ' One of our soldiers was severely wounded. - '; The agent of Adams Express is now here to re-establish an office. ' 11 The oGScial report says Oen. Shields en countered the rear guard of Jackson's force, jast beyond Middletown, with four field pieces and small bodies of infantry and cavalry. Tbey disputed Gan. Shields' progress, stopping at all tbe strongest poiots and then retiring. ' They crossed Cedar Creek and destroyed the bridge. Gen. Shields this morning . built a temporary bridge, and after a skirmish; entered the town and threw out his pickets two miles beyond. Tbe loss of the enemy is ' not stated. ; s . . Naw Yobk, March 20tb. John G. Giles was yesterday arrested for swindling the Government. . -i - - Dispatches from tbe rebel batteries at Shipping Point, Wednesday, says a contra band bas just arrived, and reports that Jeff. Davis bad issued a proclamation on tbe 16tn, calling upon all male inhabitants, between tbe ages of 16 and 60 years, to form them selves into companies, and report immedi ately to headquarters, a Virginia, he says. demands every sacrifice to maintain tbe in tegrity of her soil. Many are fleeing from their homes, anxious to reach our aid ; Kverythicjr is now at a stand still, from the Potomac to Bichmond. Trade is total ly suspended. A deserter was brought in yesterday, to Liverpool Point. Ee left borne becacse the proclamation was issued on the 16tb for all tbe militia to turn out. He was ia Freder icksburg day before yesterday. Troops were arriving at Fredericksburg from tbe banks .of tba Potomac .From 20,000 to 30,000 bave passed through. He beard that they were defending a line formed by Acqnia Creek,' Beaver Dam, and tba Rap pahannock, and a gap in the mountains. Washington,;, March 19, p. at. A dis patch received from Cairo, dated 9 o'clock, says that nothing bad been beard from Is land. No. 10 to-day. , General Pope repulsed the rebel gunboat neet at JNew Madrid, sinking one ad dam aging others. Ex-Governor Morehead of Kentucky was to-day released by order of the Secretary of War upon the condition ot a parole, which he was requested to take at the time be was discharged from Fort warren. , . I , . Caibo, March 1911 P. JI. A gentleman jast arrived from- New Madrid, by way cf Sykeston, reports that in the bombardment of Island No. 10 by the gunboat fleet, a rebel : transport, armed with heavy cannon was sans. " : : Tbe Columbus packet baa arrived at the levee. Nothing from tbe Island. ; Tbe re ports or mortars have seen neara continu ally during tbe day, causing the rattling of windows at Columbns. Tbe roar is said at times to be most texrifllc. Ta'fsTeTlatw . WASfitsatos, March 19th.--A dispatch from Flag Officer Dupont, Match- "1 5tb,oif St. Augustine, Florida, contains tbe fallow ing: Fartbec iaf.irmatioa -from St- John's river is satisfactory. The' burning of the mills and lumber, with the" fine .bote!' at Jacksonville and the housa of ilr.. Kobia son, a Union man, was by order of tbe rebel General,' T rapiery who, After inglorioualy flyine with his forces from the town with very considerable means of defense at hand, seut a large detachment back for this, in cendiary purpose, on .discovering-' that our eunboats bad not been able on their nrst arrival to cross the barv -- tbibunb's SPECIAL. .i WASHiKOTOsr,- March 19th. Last night there returned to Camp Curtis a scouting party of the New Jersey cavalry, which had penetrated three miles southward-beyond Occoquan. They confirm tidings of. the complete abandonment of that section of count by ; the rebels.' .They brought , a prisoner one Lynn, Ex-Daputy Sheriff. of the city of Uccoqaan. . . .... The Government has information from several sources that tbe four steam rams ow building by the rebels, two at Mobile and two at New Orleans, are similar in con strnctioo, though' undoubtedly more for midable than tbe Hollies turtle ; tbey will, however,' it ts believed, bear no comparison witn tne Mernmac. , ,. . , : , . AFTHEKOON REPOET. ..it , i : . 1 1 i !! A rl-llJS Yancey a Prisoner of Warr- St. Mary's,' iHorida, cap tured Fight at Island Ho. 10 going on day and night Stronger position" than Co lumbus Mortars doing fine execution. .' FobtbssJ Mosboe, March lOib -A' flag of .trace was sent out to-day? No. news from the South was received. Tbe steamer . Rhode Island arrived from Key West yesterday . evening . with mails, and sails immediately for New York. Yancey was captured a day or two since on board a schooner which was ' trying to run tbe blockade. He was dressea in sail or's clothing, but was recognized by one of the newspaper correspondents. 4 s St. Mary a Florida, bas been occupied by our forces. , ..... It bas been discovered that tbe telegraph cable was cot about ten miles from tbe eastern shore. A 'man has been , arrested wbo is supposed to be the culprit'1 An "ex ample will be made of him. v- r-y WAflHiKSTow, March 20. An official dis patch from Commodore Foote; received at twelve o clock last night at Cairo and tele graphed hither, says : " Island No 10 is harder to conquer than Columbus, as the Island shores are lined with forts, each fort commanding the one above it I am grad ually approaching tbe Island, but still do not hope for much until the occurrence of certain events, which promise success." ; Commodore Foote adds : "we are nnag day and night oa tbe rebels, and we gain on them. We are having some of tbe most beautiful rifle practice ever witnessed. Tot mortar shells have done fine execu tion. One shell was landed on tbeir floating bat tery, and cleared tbe concern in short metre. LAST NIGHT3 REPORT Latest from the "West Im portant order from General Halleck Acquia Creek evacuated by the Rebels Deatr active Fire at vLa crosse News from Tennes see Official report of our loss at Pea Ilidga Confir mation , of appointments Latest: from Kentucky Fight at Pound Gap - . -1 .... w f ittil Jill', Washwgtob, March 20th. Tbe Senate to-day. in executive sessioni confirmed tbe following nominations:' t i Albert Uutbrie, of Chicago, Superintend ent and Steamboat Inspector, in place ot Isaac Lewis, removed ; John Lillyett, Post, master at Nashville, Tenn., in place of Mc- Nish, removed ;' John P. L'aber, of Indiana, Assistant Secretary of tbe Interior ; Cbas. Eaton, Marshal for Minnesota. - , Tbe following , omcial orders have been issued from tbe office of the Adjutant Gen eral. ' ' " Brigadier Gee. Benham, U. 8. Volun teers, is relieved from tbe operations of the instructions of March 17, 1862, to report to tbe Chief of the Lmgineer. lorps, and will report without delay to Major General Hun ter, U. S. Volunteers. , , , . " ' e St. Loots, March 20. Gee. Halleck has issued tbe following general order f V 5 So much of tbe recent. Department of Ohio as is included in the present Depart ment of tbe Mississippi will be designated as tbe District of Ohio, and will continue to be commanded by Major General Baell. The depots of prisoners of war at Colum bus, Indianapolis, and snch others as may hereafter be established, will be excepted from this arrangement, and-commanding officers at these depots will report directly to tbeBe headquarters. All other officers, of whatever rank or corps, will ' report to Gen. Baell, as heretofore. . ' Brig. Gen. Denfer will be assigned to tbe command of the Department of Kansas, to include what was known as the Department of Kansas, except the Kansas troops now in the field nnder Col. Deitzler, near south western frontier of Missouri. - These troops will report for duty to Major General Cur tis, in Arkansas. &u omcers ot tne Dis trict of Kansas will report by letter to Brig. Gen. Denver, at Fort Leavenworth. '. St. Loots, March 20. The following Is a copy of a telegram sent by . Gen. Halleck to the Secretary of War : ........ .t Tbe enemy's flotilla is hemmed in between Commodore Foote and Gen. Pope. Tbey made another attempt to escape down tbe river. ' The gunboats cannonaded 'Pope's batteries on tha 18th for an hour and a half, but were driven back with some , loss, with one gunboat sank and several badly damaged. Tbey are completely hemmed in, and can escape only . by fighting their way out. a -i . i - ' ! WASHiseTJH," March 20th. Three desert--era. bronzht up by tbe steamer' Leslie this morning, confirm tbe evacuation of Acquia Creek. Thev say the rebel forces there have been 2,000. Before the rebels left, they tore np a large part of tbe railroad, and set fire to tbe station and wharves and burnt a large schooner. - ,i s :i - v WASHixaroii .March 20.-Cltizens of Galatin, Tenn a town which "ba-I been de cidedly ;disloyalr met q town meeting re cently, and were addreMed by Bailey Pey ton, foyal maa, and QteS to'fcetition 'for m postoflice there, and expressed their will ingness to return to their allegiance, a post office wiU be established there in a few days, according to their petition. ,r-, 1 John Lellyet has been appointed Post master at Nashville, fie wrote some of the best articles , against, secession during tbe agitation of that subject in Tennessee. tie was one of the refugees from that State, ana now returns in an official capacity. " A special agent of the Post OSice, actic on the Tennessee and Kentucky borders, reports as ioiiows: I It is gratifying wherever llave been, to find there is a strong desire for the re-estab-i lisbment of the mails, and a willingness among the people to return to their allegi ance. COBJutfiPOSDBSCB CIK01HHATI 0MMSBCIAI, ! CAniTSBOBOBi, Kt., March 19th. A boat has just arrived from Pike to n, bringing the particulars or vien. uarheld expedition to Pound Gap, forty miles beyond Pike ton. There were 600 rebels Intrenched on the summit of the v Cumberland Mountain at Ponnd Gap. The , General ascended the mountain with his; Infantry ; by an" un frequented path three miles' below the Gap, and while his cavalry,' by advancing' along tbe mam road and making' a Vigorous at tack in front, drew the rebels a , short dis tance down from the summit, the infantry, advanced along tbe- ridge and completely routed them after a fight of less than twenty minutes. They abandoned eyerjthing... . - Alter cnaeing the Qytng fugitives six miles into Virginia and quartering his men over night in their captured camps, the General burned, their barracks, cop sis ting of CO log buts, together with a largt quan tity of stores. The rebels lost seven killed and wounded Nobody hurt on our side. rrom ths Memphis Appeal, of the 12th,., v RiCBMOND, March 11, 1862.' Eds. Appxal : President Davis is . com ing West soon I Rally, everybody, to his standardl v D. M. CURRIN,' ' . . - . J. D. 0. ATKINS. : Fobt Smith, March 9, 1862. Oar troorta.; nnder General Van Dnrn Price, and McCnlloch, engaged the enemy for " three days, the 6tb, 6th,' and 7th, at Perry's Ridge, in Benton county, this State, Bear tne Missouri line. , .u fj;.;,fiaj. The-fighting was the most desperate -on record. Our loss was immense : that of tbe enemy nnknown. Generals McCallocb and Mcintosh were both killed en the 7th tost. General Slack was mortally wounded. Gen. Price was slightly wounded in the arm. -,- c i Col. McCrea reported killed. Col. Sims Slightly wounded in the arm. ' Our forces are now in the rear of the enemy, and driving them Southward. They are whip ped beyond a doubt ere this. ." We ate ex pecting later intelligence every mnme.afc. .... J Uen. McUulloch tell wbile leading his command to a charge. The bodies of Gen erals Mcintosh and McCuJlocb will 'arrive this evening. ' ' OSCEOLA." latbb fbox wove smith. Fobt Smith, March, 9. Vp to the pres ent moment nothing further has-been lieard from the fight, ; which- is-etill raging. It seems as though our army bas gotten to tbe rear of the enemy, and it Is currently reported, were ariving mem soutawara. Tbe following, from the Quartermaster at this place, bas been published :. , . . -t GKBBBAL obdeb. - ' Fobt Smith; Jlarch 9,'l8Gl The brave Gen. McCulloch ia no longer on earth. He fell whilst bravely fighting at the bead of bis division, In ' a hardiy Contested battle with the enemy -near Cross Hollows; on the 7th Inst. His remains will be interred, with military . honors, on Monday at : twelve o'clock. Ths officers and " troops of the command Will bold themselves . in readiness to perform this melancholy doty. Officers of this command wilL report .in person at the Adjutant's office, at sine o'clock. So journing officers of the army are invited to participate, fjmcers , and soldiers of tbe battle of Oak Hills are invited to nartici pate, also the command of Geo. Pearce: The Invitation is likewise extended to all Citizens to unite m the procession. . All Colon and flags will be at half .mast and draped in mourning. , Officers 'will wear the usual badge of mourning. ; GEO. W. CLARE, . , J -ITAi!3 Major Commanding Post. 1 . 1 i , m . NEW YORK1 MARKET. Ui-lut'?:$" Tobb, March 20': ! 'Flodb opened about Bo better, ' closing quiet at about yesterday's quotations. kti Heavy u bu(vB3. " v i Raju.it scarce: and . very firm at 85(v 1 00 ; barley malt. 1.-06. . ! Cobk market ia a ahade firmer, with - a moderate demand for export and borne con sumption";--w w " f Oats dull at 3J2.. ? f, I f;l I i ' Sogab raw is moderately active at steady prices at 67J;; 77j for Porto Rico; 7 J for , Havana j .reSned fteady: and nnchanged. M'olassxs in fair demand at 25c for. Cuba Muscovado; 3738 for Porto Rico. . j Pobk dull ; prices still tend to favor buy ers at 13 2613 SO for mess; 12 50 13 60 for western and city prime ; 10 0010 87J for prime ; beef qniet and firm , cut meals in good demand and firm ; bacon sides in fair demand at 6. u , ; ; BuTria finaat 913 for Ohio; J.622 fbr State.; : Chxesk. in fair demand and quite firm at 68C." . .,;,(! Mossr Market continued at 67 ner cent. Sterling exchange dnll at 1 12 or bankers' bills. American gold a little low er, with a moderate business at l.lfc premium ; California gold bars nominal at llc prem. Government stocks a little firmer ; TJ. S. aixes of 1881 - 9494; 7 3-10 treasury notes steady, at par.. Stocks dull and lower. CINCINNATI MARKET.- :V ' ' 's Circinhati. March 20. . Fboca in bnt moderate demand,' and tbe day was bad for outside - business ; snper 4 254 30, and fancy 4 50. m i- - ' Wbsat nnchanged at 9095 for red, and 98(SH 03 for white. :j : Whiskt firm at 19c ' : Cobn in good demand at 2526. " ' ; Oats 2727c. - " , ' j Rt6556c. ,'"7' r ': - Bablit ia good, demand, at 6570c for prime. , tw.M . 1 3f ; Hess Pobk. dnll and not mncb enquiry ; coantry sold at 10 60; a good demand for bulk meats ; sales 900,000 pounds at 3y 3 for shoulders and 4 604 65 for aides, holders asking a shade higber, otherwise a large business conld be done. . Balk bams selling at 4c A limited demand for bacon at 65J, sides 66 for clear, - 33 for bontdera and fi6 for common hams. . .. ( Laid firm at 7c for prime. - 1 G boo aims qniet and nnchanged. " , zcbahi i preminm. ' , - ' : Nbw Yobx, March 20. A letter from fort Pickens states that Maj. Newby of the 'Wilson Zouaves attempted to assassinate Billy Wilson, but was unsuccessful. " ' : St. topis, March , 20. The official list of the federal loss at Pea Ridge- is JT fol lower - .. ; ,JMI;J:V1 : ' Killed-rl wo hundred privates. T a Wounded Nine hundred and twenty- 31ltingOn hundred and sevesty-four,. : MiLWAUKKK, March 20th. A destructive fire at Lacrosse last night burned the Au gusta House and thirty other buildings on Fourth and Pearl streets. Total Ioes $125, 000. Very little insurance." A -s-'- ! .Thb Mabkktb. rOur markets are . being revolutionized, and ilia scarcely possible to find out what ' anything is- really worth". Not more than' a ' week f ago seventy-five cents could readily be obtained for a ponnd of butter, yesterday hundreds of pounds were sold at twenty-five cents. , Lard, hams, shoulders, bacon, potatoes, - Ae.i Jtc, bava been reduced ja priceat. ai jsimiiar ratio. J This bas been brought ; about by large shipments from 1 Missouri, Kentucky, and Ohio Coal, also, is failing, aad will Soon be at a price that will Warrant us in retir ing ra a cold igh by the flight : of a cheerful fire a luxury which 'many have lately been compelled to dispense wfth, as is evident by tbe number of citizens afflicted witii '1 coIdL1!'--NathoUU Maimer, . ' v. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.- Rosea ! I Hoses ! i Koses V. G NEVETT r,r' at prices to salt tha times, Sae collection r-Kosss, il on tbeir own rootr.-1 Fina variad Finks, Monthly Carnations, Pahllas, perennial Phlox, and a splendid variety of Verbenas, . Eallu. tropes, Oersnituna, FochnLts' and Pelargoniums,, nd eTarything sai table for ths Garden or Green Bonne. Also JEvenrreens and choice frail trees. Apples, "Pesrs, standard and dwarf Cherries, Goose berry and Currant, Gram Vines, Ac., Aa n . Booanets cnt tor hand or table, all for sale 'at tha Ten-are Gardens, on Ann street between Seventh and Eighth. Plants carefully packed to send any distance. No charge for packing. Gardens open srery day except Sundays. , " mhlSdSw, rsnOMJLJHT Jl M VI VJb fi M. i out received at M n. J. BGHLAEPrtK'8 New Drna stors. consisting of Hair Oils, - Pomstnms, Crsmetics, Tonics, Bestorativaw and Hair . Preservers. Also, a large supply of Perfumery, Colosnes. Boss. Lar. snder, Oraofre and Florida Waters. - Alee, a larR stock of Hair, KsJI Tooth, Cloth, Flesh, Crutch Bedding Toilet, Pocket ani Tine Combs, a large Variety made of IXurn, Ivory ana Bnbber. mhlS t 25 boxes, Hill A Oo., extra tallow Candles; f 15 ' do mery Bon., C's Star Candles; 13do do '.'T'f lo " - do; . M'do 'da' .'I'isJ'i do.' " fjanS H. A. COOK'S. City and County Orders rtlJVlP TJH rt.V MJV !jL DUX aOODS. at- i- - wtff BCHAPKIB a BUSSING'S. .-? M8 I r l i No. 49 Main street. JO THJB .MJB8T JSC . the city, goto feblg MV8TABB MJt . if. jt. OOOICH. (7. mOUJi 100 kegs best Newcastte. ocl2 8. K. GILBJCBT A CO. StyTJM VAjyWLBS. 800 boxes bent quality. rw tor sale law ty K. GILBIKT A OO. feb3 i y YJB. 13 bags, best fanned for sale by . Mm. deel2 8. E. GILBKUT A CO. QUUUHUM. JHOI.JSSB8.2 bbls. Bor 9 eh am Molasssi, far snperler to the last, lost received and for sale at - VI0EKRT BB08., dec7 " No. 82 Main St. - tfHtTTUJV JtMJTTMJVa.VM bales for sals V at 15 CKNXa par poond. in quantities. mhlO. . , 8. . GILBEBT A CO. MTCB(.-d barrels best Nary, for sals by - mhlOJ - - S. . GItBKKT A CO. 'NOTIOI3. ( f BWUHJU, will be received at the Aa di tor's Omos nntil ths 91st Inst., for filling np and npairing the Boad across Wagnon'a Creek, In Perry Township. ' Particulars will be furnished by Mr. David Stephens, Trustee for Perry Town. sbiiu VICTOB BISCIt. f!innty Anditor. iUTATE Of INDIANA, 1 Vanderburgh county. S3. tt A H Th Stat of Indiana to (ht Ehtrijf of Yadtrburg I county; i U , i i. . J i H; J, (JT X. II Mm MMCBTJBB, C,JBBM Of Mm the Var,derburs;h Circoit Court, do hereby certify to the bherlff of said connty what ofllcers are to be slscttd in and for ths different townships in said county, at ths usual places of holding elec tions on ths first Monday In April, A. P. 1862, to- Wlt I . . . - f . ; . . : m fi I For Pigfcon Township Fosr Constablas.. , ,. ! For Scott Township One Justice of the Peace and two Constables. For Knight icwnshlp 1 wg', Justices' of the Peace and two Constables. , For Perry Township One Julice of the Peace and two ConatabU. , . . ; For German Township One Joe tics of ths Peace and two Constables. - . For Centre TownahlD Two Constables. 1. 1. For Armstrong Township Two Constables. f f 14. J For Union Township Two Constables. And tbe Sheriff of said connty Is hereby directed to give legal notice of such election, in conformity with ths Htatntes in sach case made and prorided. - Witness my hand and ths seal of said Ceurt this Srd day of Hatch, A. O. 1862 .. , , . IACI3 BICHTKB, 0. V. C. C. . i T, Gbobqb Wolflix, Sherltt of Vanderburgh county, certify that the above and foregoing is a true and complete copy of the original, now on file Intnyofflce. . .' GE0BG W0LFLIN, , mhl3 , Sheriff V. C. Bleached Muslms. " , , u- vJi just m.eaM.vaBi WW targe lot of Bleached Moslins, of ths best and Justly "celebrated" brands that ere made in this country, i SOHAPKiiB BUSHING'S, ; febS . it . ... r , . No. d Main street. BLU GRASS NURSERI ES. GREAT BARGAINS ' . : 1 ' re JMBGB B 8 Jf T.WJBJVT 4P wM. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Apple Trees, 810 per hondred; fwrf and Standard Psars from 26 to 40 cut. each ; Chun i from 26 t 6J een is each ; Pearbev Plums, Cbeetnnts, Gooseberries, Cumin U. Ac, at low rates. Bed Cedar Ave to tlx feet, So per hundred ; Oalneae Arborvitae, three fet, at(20 fer bondred; Pitch , Pine, Aiaeriesn Arborritis. White. Pine, Hemlock, Balaam- Fir, Norway bprnce, Scotch Fir and Jnniper, all at low rates.by . .. - WM. CRlerV mh3dlt.t4w - Bandersvlile, Indiana. l 50 pounds Baker's Chocolate, k'j 1 &) pounds French Chocolate. .4 , . ,...,; . i "60 pounds Baker's Cocoa. ! For sale at KI.IiIOTT'S. Rf.T JPBTBM.3W tbs beet ooalitv. for K9 eal frblO eels by, . i, ' S. E. GILBEBT A CQ.i GEO. FOSTER & CO., PROVISION AND PRODUCE ' Corner Lee oat street and Canal, j FVAMUVILLF., IBD. I ! C'MjU. -J- ' - ! Ta enable fis to devoteenrtteBtion xclnsivsly to the Provision and- Pr.daos business, we have detnrmioed to cloas out our entire stock of GBO GKBIKs. ... .... . , .. , We desire to call tha attention of the trade to tbe fact that we will sell at lower ratee than goods of similar quality can be laid down in - this market, and we invite city and country bnyers to aaasine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. The stock is well selected tor the want of this section and contains nearly every thing kept by a wholesale establishment. Banrains can bs had by calling ou GGOF09TB t CO., jan22 - Corner Locnst St. and Canal. A lot of those nice UUAKEB BROOM A so cbeapt2ooeatsacn,at ViCKBUY II BUS., -oct - , . Ho. 8i Main Street, JUOX. JB&&8, eoOdon ret;i just re ceived at KLU.OTTS ' ' Family Grocery. . aib7 TO J AT C'OI. I tiers oi fresh Cod flih. Just jbl . receives at mh7 KLLIOTT'3 Family Grocery. If" JMfS CVJJu Olid. A splendid assort- JL4 meat lust received at ELLIOTT'S Family Gtoeery.- mhl JTfOMt, OMMt. Coal oil of the best quality, fbr s rue cfle& at . JCLLIUI I s mh7 Family Grocery. KEV, ADVERTISEMENTS. g - 1 I - ff--- -L TT J'.;.rp 8 . f-'j rn S'54 tS,t Ei.LO. raw. sT far O "- . .....R Z W 1 V. ra J -if-ns" S Qji "f S ; !- Cm ! Bv -.-rf t fi,. . , i-.f- -Eg E. i GT - ' I -; . fr. i I .... . " F.nirrDiiicii BKQTnrits, j i ..a. ,. i ' ..... .... j Eransrllle, 2nd., . sTOHH" rEiiDiiicn BEOS., J Colombia, Pa. . Es tab Usbed In 1S50. tiUtJL tgftf ""-L li . 1: j BRANCHES OF THE BAWIMOREHOUS . ESTABLISH KD IV 1813. JOS. FEEIDRICir i . JFm Fendrieli Mros9 . XTAKSVILLC, INDIANA, I Ji-. vIstablishsd in ISaa. .. t - i 1'. or . "j r, ; jaAjrrrjcTVBJiaa TOBACCO Aim CIGARS, JB OJFJPJBB ' JOB BULB THS larcest and best asaortment of Tobaooc and Of purs in ths Wsst. W call tbs attention t Sutlers and Storekeepers to examine our stock, which they will find extensive, and ec ep. , wa bj vb ojv BAjrom 100,000 - 10,000 5,000 lo.ooo , 10,000 U 3fi,00O. 80,000 lS.W.O It, 000 "19,000 1S.0OO 100,000 10,0)0 . 60 .. 60 1,000 pore Is Joseph cigars, porels Cbsrlss do. ' ' pore Is John do. . porels r raocu. . , - Hsnrr CUt. i -i ' La Kapoieon,' ti" C. Branson's. --- Bsgaiia Havana. "V -. jf -"i La baladlnas. . T. , La India. " ' Half Spanish. . ' Patent Pressed. .- ' -ii La Belle Americns. - . boxes Bed Clay P-pes. boxes Powhattan Pipes. boxes Common CUy Pipes. dozen Briar Kcr.t. Pirua. ' so - so dosea Meerschanm asserted Flis. 60 gross Danish Pipes. 3 boxes extra Vlrgin'a ChswingTobaooe 60 boxes 4 o. Lump Virginia CliewMg d . 60 caddies Planters' Pride. .. ., . , -20 boxes Light Pressed Virginia. 30 boxes Five Lump Tobacco. ... . 10 kegs Bough and Beady. . - , 0 boxes Gold Boot Virginia Tobacco; ' H boxes Thomas Keen's Tobaooo. 1 - 20 ' gross Sunny Sids Tobacco. 20 gross ooiaoe 1 ooacoo. 20 gross Sweet Owe. ' ' 'JO boxes O. Branson's Tobacco. . 60 boxes Purs (iooUJh fiuuU. - - - 10 bbls Maoaboy SnnIL, . . , "i 10 bbls French Snuff. -1 ' " . . ; ' ........ e.OuO packages Pride of.tos Wsst Smoking To- . ., r- bacco. - t 6,000- packages Bogebnd do. - ; 6,000 packagss Matnt-lla do. " " " . :00 bbls Fine Cat Chewing Tobacco. 20 bbls FIds Oat Chewing. IOO bble Fine Ont Smoking. 3,000 pounds KInkinnick Bmollcg Tobaoco. : ei)0 los Grand Tnrkish Tobaoco. 1 00 lbs Carlotta Smoking Tobacco. . SOO.onO Pips Stems, assorted. f , bOO dozen German Pipes. ' . SO doans French. Pipes, j 11 esses Oonaectieat deed Leaf. i Ws offer the above goods for sals st Baltimore prices. We bave no m petition in our line this side of ClndunatL Ws inviie dealers to examine our large stock, which they will find extsn.tve and cheap. G ve us a ealL' - . ! : ."TT FBA21CIS FlSDSICIT, BEOS, ' , . Bo 27 Alain Street, aiiDVilla, lui. of "Old Bob Ridley." Sign rebr Cy received per steamers Prairie Bos and Lub anon, the clearest and nicest vet rscsired, ior saje lowbblor gailoh.t viCKEBT EECS. r cBJVTm' each om V new Beef Tongues, at dec2S VICKKBT BBOS., 82 stain st. -frmMVM i60 bbls best qualitr, for seie uy JkeV febl3 S. Si. G) LBEBT CO. Agency for Soldiers Claims. ; t. T. WJTm WHITTLKST procure InvmUd Pensions, Bounty Money, Arrears of Fay, and Land -War rants, under the several acts of Congress Fees moderate, aad no part of their charges col lected till the olaim is secured. Office cn tha north side of Third Street, betweea Main and Locust, Evanvill, Indiana. febl6 . . . UcBBIBS A WHIXTLESET. 3x1 jut nr;c3rcy o x o SCU APIIER & BUSSING'? MO. 49 MAIN 8YrtXET. W3B BJtVM JVBT -f V11HU WV Will I II . r. ... - -. of our numerons cnstooiers and tbe pnblic generaly. JKT o w Oaliooos, s Asry Bice lot, Jnst received, at BCEAPB-iB t ELMiJiii , febS Ko. 13 Main smet. B 600 bosh Prime Irish Pcrtetces, J lit rwrrS ; leblA - iLUOTI s Family Urocrj. BBOS. 4.1 .,',!