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.APSIX, . SpeciafHoticts. ' fM (ter(i(ai m Mrpttrfmtt f sue jssf. ruDlianel for tha beueut ana wtruoi and a caution tj young men who mxBat. from Nervtans Debility, Premature Decay, As. applying at th same time tbe uwui ol gotf-Oara By on who tu cared hlinwlf after Mag pat to groat expense through medical impoaltioa and quackery. By enclosing po.t paid addressed valope, aiLC opiu mar b bad of th author,. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, si Bedford, Kings, Co., N.Y, mhlSawlr Utttmtiou BoUUtra Prulost yoar health. - kio sensible man will laavj tba city without a tap. t ! of Hallowav1 PilU aad Ointment.' ' Tor Wound. Bruisee, Korea, Fevere and Dysentery. these medicine ara tha beet Iu'tha wotld Every Kaglieh and French SoiJier usee 111 Dk -. , Only 15 cent per box or pot. 5 aaarto TMs JiBwtit;lt is a very difficult lutttr ... with tha majority of person to restrain their appe " titea; hence, wa tu a an abaadaoea of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, and Disorder of tha Stomach and Digestive Organs. Hooflsnd's German Bitter 111 entirely oore tbeea complaints, and reatore tha sj stern to it original vigor and atrengtb. They ara for sole by droggiata and dealers in medicine - 'everywhere, at 75 cent per bottle. fcbl8 Mir It if t UuirAtyi Mmtf ly WEDS E3DAT MOKB IMS. WM. A. BATCIIX LOB'S BAIB DrK. The only fearsaleas aad reliable Dye known 1 All others ara mare imitations, and should be avoided if yoo wish " to eaoape ridicala. - " GSXT, BID OB BTJ3TT HAIB dytd instantly , to a beautiful and natural Brown or black, with- out tha least injury to Hair or Skin. ' . . FIFTKEH MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awarded to Win. A. Ritchelor alnoa 1839, and over 2O0.GOO applications hare bean mad to tha hair of tha patron of his fiunoni Dye. .War. A. BATCIIELOB'8 HAIB DTX produce a color not te be distinguished from nature and U . eMrroNwi not to injure In the least, however long - it may be continual, and ths ill affect of bad Dye remedied. Tba hair is invigorated for lift by thla splendid Dye, which ia property applied at Ha. 16 Bond Street, New Tork. Sold in all the cities and towna of the United States, by Droggist and Fancy Goods Dealer. The Genuine ha the name William A. Batoh e lor," aDd address upon a steel plate engraving, cn ' tha four side of each box. WHOLE&1LB FiCToaV, 81 BlBOLAT St., nihil Late 233 Broadway, New Tork. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Thomas K. Gabvik. WAR CLAIM Jams Biro. AGENCY, vjimrtjv m main. Attorneys at Law & Real Estate Office on Tliird Street, . . , . - EYANS TILLS, INDIANA. Have peculiar Cneiliries In Washington, and will give prompt attention to the procuring of Pen ionar Back fay, and Bounties, and the prosece tioa of claims against the Government. nihil : FEESH GAEDEN SEEDS. - nrmjs bb-bscmibjbm offmmm fbb . jSL sale a wail aanrted stock of lresh and para 6arden Seeds, all of which has been grown by himself. Also, about 600 roots of Myal' a Victoria avbnbarb, such as he baa been supplying his ensto- l Biers with at his stall in market the last two years, fta year old Catawba Grape Tines, Arborvitaw from two to ova bet higb.Cabbaga, Hweret Potato Plants, Ac, at his stall ia the upper Market Heuse en murket mornisga and at his Garden on the Kewburgh read. Orders left at L. Meat's store oa Main street, adjoining Washington Hotel, will be prompt It attends! to. mhl12 . J - i- WST. a WIAVBB. T On the Mt. Vernon road within four miles of Branevine, a double-case Silver Watch, cylinder escapement, with tha or TV tal out Ths finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving tha same at this office, or by giving it to the ownsr. mhls d3t -- VIC f OH B. KING. tPettW OM AkfXJ. Oua nice two asatsi Bosnr for Bale besn. aearlv new. Bnquiraat,, , - B. A. COOK'S, tualg . No. 73 Mala street. JTJV'fW gJHrs.60 buweia extra Onion sets, for chaao at tnhU H- J. COOK'S. fl 8- CMS jV&OCM, - SJf m half sack do 20 bbki . do extra, et I Bihld H. A. COOK'S. XAIIP3! LAMPS! .. with tba celebrated Bosenorana Goal Oil Burners, reo airing only a chimney from two to soar i aches long, and no doayer q txpUmom. Also, ' - a fine aaaortmant of Chandelier and rax iocs other hanging lamps, suitable for publio and private " halls, cbarches, stores, Ac, to. Abo, a geod as sortment of kitchen and parlor Lampe, all af t which wa propose to sail fully 35 pe cent, lower .'. than heretofore. TO DEALERS. We would ny that wa are prepared to duplicate , bill of lamps bought in Cincinnati or elsewhere. W get our founts, pegs, cases, burners, Ac, Ac, direct from the manufacturer In Connecticut and , alaswhere.aad put them no here; we are therefore enabled to warrant every lamp - perfeot, beside , . earing breakage, freight, Ac, Ac -, OLD LAMPS ? ! a be altered to bum Coal Oil at a small expanse and those who have broken lamps can have their burners put on new ones or now fonts pat to old marble cases, by leaving them at mhlT VIOKEKY BaoS, No. 8t Main at. A PROPOSITION. h ' MB HJi MUCH VaJTVI- DEN CE in the safety of the Coal Oil wnioa wa sell that we propose to give a new lamp for every one that explodes in burning t e oil that wa all at 50 cents per gallon or upward. , L , mhlT . VlCKERT BRQ8. , irjnwiarrjnojvw jtjv mjs vb 9 JH. COAL OIL. Froaa aotoal asperimeots made in tha last two months wa wa flud it eoat aw eaiy Ikalf m sum to light onr store with oil tfcat it etd with gav, and one year' aaete? rent wi U pay for lamp. Just think of Hi 100 per cent saved by busing oil and lamp at - - mhl7 VICKEB T BK08., Ifo. 81 Jfarn ft. t ,W us Hirer, Just received and for sale at , mhl7 riCKKST'BJ BAL 110 il A I S r ! miMJrcK ruja fJisuivjyr gm jbo vt K3 to taks a torn it ia trying tha ingenuity of the "pretty lad kea M which to adopt. To avoid each au anafety w advise all to go to S0HAPBEB A BCSS1NU'4 and buy both, as tbsy have received a Urge supply of a new style. " ' mht7 - Vftm seranger eee crowds passing to aad fra, ' They ask what does all thie hurrying mean t Why they're going to that popular store i Of Sohapker A Bussing for new goods to see. Tbry ara always the first of ths season - 1 i " To supply their customers with goods strong and flae, . Aj' bur Broods at Price in reason J 1 ' Gj to the store, oa Main street, number forty -liiae. ... If oar coatomers will but notice this, We will give them a few items and a price list. Our Priaia at twelve and 'half cents can't be beat, 1 he colors perfectly tut, and styles vey neat; Be Laines and Challie of every kind, -" ' At all prices, to suit ths most tasty minds, I , Illaach'd and nnblaach'd. Musliu. at twelsa and i 'half,... A iA-iJiAVi.i-x iLi ; , . Who'd grumble at that would gramUe.at betng banK'ti. . . , v Alexander Kid Olovee for one doll' eell. .-1 . . Ju SUk, Lisle Thread, and Cotton Moves we keep . ,i aa weu. .-,.,.( J Oar stack of Hoosiery is now complete, ' With shoe that make the feet look so very neat In short, to find a Drv Gjods stock oomplela,' ' 'e to Sohapker A Baasinar'e, forry-uia Mala street WmiJYK-HVB AsMTai 6W bona " M els of the genuine Pluk-ye Potatoes. A loo, 00 bushels oomaaoa, sucn as grocers (enecallv . keep, tor sale at red acaprioee si . . BhT J. P. ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. mmvtjHf JVl A.VT ,JOM haTA.AV. HMM. Coataiaiog aiX' rooms with elater and all iieosesary oonvenianoa, in Metropolis Illinois, will -tM sold low fcr cash r exchange for Kentucky proMrty title clear. Apply to ' . - w . , saiUdlw - . 8. B0BBT, Metropolis, III. kVAKSVILlTS.WIIOI.KSAX.K M Atl- - . ,,r UUMV ttBAHJl''. 1 i.r MV. ' w.'L.lrf.-- vn " March 3L 1882. XTAfcsvifiLi FLOUB, Sncar.. Aff..f 4-20 4.25 do. CORN . WHEAT, Bed WHEAT. White ,.7a(.uo ,.8S(4.85a .30&33O OATu . BABLBT. BEARS............ CLOVEB 6XfeD.k T1MOTHT SEKD....-.- FLAX SEED-.- .1 Pt)TATOSd...... -. .8ia0(ajl.40 .82.26QaS0 UiO(3t.3U ON ION UIDKd, Oreen . 50(3800 .m M(gll& .-....75(9S5o til una, Dry DKIED APPLES. GBEKN APPLK-S, ibbL DBIXD f BACHES HAY ...,.18(J1.T5 U 50i916 58$& i:as.... WH18KT. CHKESB.. 9o ,. No sals KXCHAMGB ON K,T NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. i t, J WHOLESALE. iiF? I HARDWARE FOR 1862 ! caifiii irnw goods dail'T. . Purchased for " , Aray and QUARTERMASTERS' ilardware. - i Axes Call qualities) handled. Shovels! and Spades. Clay Picks (handled.) Hatchets (in variety.) Knives and Forks and Butch er Knives. ; Army Plates and Spoons. : Handled Fry Fans. Coflee Hills. ' Also : i . , SUTLER'S HARDWARE. ' Country Merchant's Hard- .' n . -' " ' ware. ; v Grocers Hardware. Duildera Hardware. Carpenters' Tools. Coopers' Tools. COLT'S" REVOLVERS. "Smith & "Wesson's" BTavF Pistols Cartridges, ' Gun Caps, Belts & Holsters. Gunsmiths' Hardware. . i ' Also: - "' Platform Scales and Scale :, Beams.;; -n. ; Gum BELTING & Packing .ciAT FACTORY PRICES. ' ALL GOODS ' if i w "i,. iV.'L sold at 'i v-.i t - : LOW WATER II ARE j - ForpCash."; " j diaries: 'JWeils, 13 First Street; 5 ! " . Sign Golden Hill Saw. . Evansvillo, Jan. 14. 1862. tlstmar l'HO. M. Oiins. , rr -r. , Jamb Bbid. CARVIN Sl RE1D, ATTORNEYS AT L A W , "If:" ' rrifl-i fill milH, -. Wilt pay particular attention to the PDEUrl A8 and SALE of B.SAU EdTATK, Jana8d3tlw W BJ sTaWVT &4JBAt 8 cants per ifcbd VCOJ JVVTSX cask, new crop, just re. ceived and tor aare by E. GILBERT CO.,! dec27 Ko. 4 Sycamore- street. (W I.BX.JLJVOH AYB i sVJt An aMortmnt of MtU - run ths hbova celebrated ... BCHAPKEB h BCHSIKG'5$. dec30 . ' " Ho. 49 Main street. TCP WML WMKJt T JFA. VAUfA lu ieck- JLA arsjeat fiuar. Extra, at jaa8 H. A j COOK'S. Ohio Rye ColTeo. , ; u WBBW BmOW 9BB X BV TOM'S now to cet some of thit lastly cele brated UMo By Coffee whch has j as tarried per eaaser Laaeaeter M- 4w AUo reerived aer railroad. 53 bnshele of Indiana growth of By Guffee, which gees off Ilka hot cake atcatretaely low price for cash, and cash only, at - .--.. BC8TON '8 fcB : u. j Peod Store, Water street. ' YM1-AJTBIBCLMC JJVit W Pork. Lard. Tallow. Bacon. Whea'. Cora. OaU, Kye, Hay, Hoar. Irid Apples. Dried Peaches, leathers. Bags Gensang, Beeswax, Beene, Potatoes, Pry or Green Hides, or any other produce in exchange for Groceries. Ja UKU. FOoTEB A CO. t TWO MSB BJLJijyrKB TS -A flue lot of Covers luet r MM. heavy BTorae Blsnaets aad celled a. sCilAPklB A BDSSING'U. decSO Mo . 49 Main street OLt M.Ji-nlm ttb Sotea extra Coll Oil Bvrnera last recerved for she purpose of al tering- Lard Oil and Fluid Lampe. Lampe can be changed in IvA minute Aleo 10 doa Ooal Oil Chimneys ; z doxen .Brushes to clean chimneys ; wicktng aan enaaes, as vxa.aux nitms. mrmmKBtiMJVtt cjwawb, MLB At e erv losr nrice, as J. CBLAEPFEB'a ! . . Maw Drag Store. July aft-, ar TABCH-f oozes, beet quality, for sale by A3 - 8.-B. GlLBEBT A CO., . oclt" r ,'. Ho. 4 Kycamorei treet. . 1 MAJtiTSl We baejast re- eeived a Ism assortment of Ooal Oil Lamps, selected ia person expreMly for the Evaaavitle trade. We solicit an examination of price and qaality, as wa are confident a better or cheaper let cannot be fonad thie side of Giactnaati Price frors 60 CSBU to 81 75 each. eel9 TIGKEBT BROS., 82 Main at. MJUVl MMJiSiri We continue to re. eeive that rich eonntn Bras, thai weiirha 30 lbs. to the boshel. Bay the kind that will keep -' - No. M Main st. .. jTBJAJVJUM K9 Honey, mt MVmVJt V. j0 Rs cheioe . H. A. COOK'S. ' ,1,-.- -78 Wain street. act eholosM. 0 Soger, at Jang . . ..!. M. A. COOK'S. swra and tor sale by H. A. VOOK. .M0V"'l'"" REWS BY TELEGRAPH. ar a vumn. m , Ezclnsively. for the Journal COiraRESSIOlTaMl j XXSVII O0NQBESS-SECOND SESSION . i .. ' Washinqtom,1 April 1 KNiTE.-Looiuue presentea a commu nication from the Secretary of the Interior, relative to the Indians of Northera Missis; einnL ' Ordered to be Drinted. Mr. Sumner offered a resolution that the Committee on the Conduct of the War be instructed to collect evidence in regard to the barbarous treatment by tbe rebels at Mapassas of tha officers and soldiers of the U. S. killed in battle there, tie said, we bare baea disgusted and shock e.l by tbe re ported treatment of the remain of the soU diera by tbe rebels. Tbe scull of a brave Massachusetts officer has been made into a drinking enp for a Georgia rebel. It is evident we are in conflict with a people lower in, the scale of civilization than our selves, and be wanted m record made for hiatnrr. Howard moved to enlarge the resolution so as to include an inquiry wnetner tne rebels enlisted Indians who committed on beard of atrocities, and bow . this javage warfare was conducted. If be was a com raandinr General he would make no pris oners of men who were serving side bj side with Iadiana. " The resoluUon thus amended was adopted Mr. Hale offered a resolution that the Secretary of War be instructed to transmit to tbe Senate tbe Correspondence of uen. Wool with the War Department relative to the movements, or parts thereof, since be has been in command of Fortress Monroe. Hodsk. Mr. Washburn of Illinois, pre sented a memorial from the Illinois Cen stitutional Convention in favor of the earl j enlargement of the Illinois and Michigan canal, and gave notice that be should ask for an early consideration of the bill to that end, it being a matter of great national and military importance. Tbe memorial was referred to tbe committee on military a Hairs. The consideration of the Pacific Railroad bill was further postponed until Tuesday next. Washington, ; April I. Mr. Hudson asked leave to introduce the following : Whsrias, Brigadier General Booker. commanding the army of the United States of the Lower Potomac, on the 26th day of March,: 1862, Issued an order of which tbe following, Is a copy: Hkadquabtibs or ths Division, Camp Baker. Lowib Potomac, Y':"!'!1 March 26th,-1862 Mi. o the Briyadxr and Regimtntal i Command- er of tins Uvuion : j Messrs. Nally, Gray, Dunnington, Dent, Adams, Speak, Price, Posey, and Cad, cit izens or Maryland, owning negroes, sup posed , to be wita some , of tne resritueatal camps, tbe Brigadier General Commanding irects that they be permuted to visit . all the camps of this command in search of their property, and if found that tbey be allowed to take possession of them without any interference whatever. Should any obstacle be thrown in tbe way by any offi cer or soldier in tbe Division, tbey will at once be reported to these Headquarters. By command of Brig. Gen. HOOKER. Joseph Dickbbsom, A. A. Gen. , Therefore Resolved, That the joint select committee on the Conduct of tbe War be requested to inquire whether said order of Geu. Hooker is not a violation of tbe recent article of war passed by Congress and ap proved by tbe President concerning tbe ac tion of the army on tbe subject of iho re turn of fugitive slaves, and to report such remedy as in tha judgment of the commit tee will prevent the issue of similar orders, which," while" tbey outrage the feelings of loyal men;,' necessarily. tends to demoralize the army. . .. j , . . .7 Mr. Wickliffa, before the reading was completed, objected. ; ,V , j.. . , ' Tbe House then 'Went into committee of the whole on the tax. bill. , ' . . ; , .- An 'amendment, was adopted exempting from taxation, under the railroad, omolbns, till SM3BLUVIKU BBVtlWU t wrtigu imigrBDt traveling at a reduced tare into tbe interior of the country a' distance of over one hun dred miles from the sea coast. -'- Several amendments were made to the above section,: including a tax of one half per cent - 00 , tba gross receipts of bridge corporations. " "' , ' A new section was added, providiog that on and after May next there shall be paid for every' insurance policy which may be made, renewed, continued or endorsed, a duty of iOc for every $100, insured for on year, &6V - ! ' -; - ,i -f Mr, (JoUax moved to strike out the sec tion levying a duty on advertisements. Mr. .Wright thought tbe Press ought to come up to the work. ; . Air. Couax was of tbe same -opinion, but by this bill, Without taxing advertisements, publications 'were, taxed more than they ought to be. TLey pay more than their pro portion on the articles nsed; for paper, tele graphic messages, gas light, Ac. You might as well impose a tax on boaiders at a hotel, or oa lawyers for every criminal or civi( suit. - 1 Mr. Wright said that persons engaged in every branch of boainesa, merchant aa well as mechanics, were taxed less than - news papers. 'Each ought to bear their just pro portion.. . . , : Mr. etevens , replied, tbat in England a large income was derived from a tax on ad vertisements, as well as from the taxes on paper stamps.' ; The Committee, be thought, had already, made large concessions., bj re ducing the tas rn printing paper, and strik ing out that OB' ink.- -H Mr. Colfax Said that experience had shown tbat the English tax on newspapers and ' books was a tax on knowledge, and that 'the people demanded and secured a re form in this particular. . . .. . The Committee disagreed to tb motion of Mr. Colfax to strike out tbe advertisn- ment section.. ,-,.i ' Tbe section was finally amended as ( fol lows,, and then, retained, in the bill : '. . -The tax tu advertisements shall be as- sefsed on tbe amounts received for tbe same and not on, the, amounts charged, and is re duced from five to three per cent. - News papers with less than 2,000 circulation, er whose receipts are less than $1,000 per an num tor advertisements, are exempt from any advertisement tax. . House adjourned. NKW.yoax, AprU UU The Herald's special states tbat resolutions are soon to be introduced into the Senate, asking tbe Sec retary of State for a report upon tbe recipe rocity and fishing treaties with Great Britain ;: and also asking for statistical in-, formation), respecting imports and exports in detail since tha treaty went into operation and tbe amount of trade between, this poop . try and tbe . Colonies, that Congreea my have the information necessary to take proper action on the tax bill as well ai to determine" ton the proposed action regarding the treaty'.' 3. , " .. CoU D. TJtayry, of the Garibaldi Guards was put nndcr arrt-st b.tirder of General Sumner lust Satardav, chrttfJ with neiHrtrt I of doty iii ermiitiB" Jm rfgiment toiua 4ep UjiftiJtJnctid;iii tbalieiiiitlur his , A t..-r-V - ' - ' ' 1 MORNING REPOB'Tj New York specials-Secretary - ' - - inr inn psrnnn ot inn unnn. . . vnie-Tiie"' rebel Ilason in 1 British ParUament Singu lar boiler explosion in Bal- v timore-Parsoit Bronlow's " new book. -It It is ascertained on examination, that Assistant Secretarx -of the. Navy, Fox, as soon as it was Known tne Wasbvule bad run in at Beaufort,- N. telegraphed to every gun boat of the Navy to proceed tortbwitn to that port to prevent ber escape. All urgency was expressed in his dispatches but by a run of ill luck not one reached ber destination ia time to do any good. r A prospect is excellent for the passaee of tne Din ior ina completion of tbe Stevens battery. The amendment of tbe Senate refer ring tbe matter to the judgment of the Sec retary of tbe . Navy, . was merely meant as respect to the Department, it not belog contemplated that the Secretary would veto a Din aeemea so important. ,,, , , j 1 ne secretary oners not to nave tbe ; re sponsibility, placed on him as implied ! by the language of the bill, and it is probable tnat be will request tbe amendment refer ring to him to be stricken out. . ; Washington. March 31. The following Is an extract from a private letter from L.onaon to a gentleman in Washington, de scribing the debate ioParliament cq the American Question : " l Mr. Mason, who was on tbe Tory side of mo uuubc. uiu uoi at. mi 1 1KB me way 11 went. The members who were near him say be cheered when Mr. Lindsay, in the course of bis speech, attacked Secretary Seward. This puts him in an awkward fix. When I remember bis tyrannical, insolent bearing in the U. S. Senate, t it waa sweet revenge to see him solitary and alone dur ing the debate. . Only one 6r two men went near him. Baltihobi. March 31. A most remark able steam boiler exptosion occurred this evening at tbe Ualiimore House of , Refuge. A boiler attached to the bake-bouse.' 250 feet from tbe main building, was blown ud zuv teet in tbe air, then taking aa easterly direction, exploded again, after which it passed in a straight line 250, fuel to the north, and fell directly on the roof of the school building, carrying with it a slate roof, rafters, beams, and plaster, crushing into tbe school room, where- there wre about seventy boys. But two were ; killed and seven wounded. uihoiknati, April ist, f arson , Brpwn- low has accepted the liberal offer- of 'Mr. Child3, tbe eminent Philadelphia publisher ana, at the 1 'arson s request, a copy of tbe book will be given to the editor of every paper in the couBtry: so they can sea what it is. ti ditors will applv to Geo. W Childs, r.q , rnuaacipnia. AFTERNOON REPORT. All quiet at Fortress Monroe Rebels captured ' bn James river Latest from A A .aA a aira&Durg uperations on the Rappahannock; j roBT Monbob, March 31st. All qaiet nere to-day. (Japt. beaver, of tbe -i-ronan- tic Department, makes a balloon recoonoia sance this afierooon. ' This is tbe first made here since last summer. l i'iJil 'i ; A boat containing five weli known seces- lonists. was captured on Jamea river above Newport Keweyesteeday, transporting pow- i 1 pjutBBuuu. aiarcu Jisu aoooi, a.uuu rebel soldiers made their'' appearance two miles beyond our pickets-to-day Pur near est regiments drew up in line of battle awaiting; tbeir attack, but T declining. to ;go beyond our lines. The rebels made no at tack upon us yesterday, but threw several shells into tha camp-i of the Massachusetts 22d regiment " The rebels were subsequent-.' ly driven away' by the, appearance of Our advance. .. ; jr, f:' 1 Wabhinctos, March 1. A ger.tleman just reiuruea from , tne Kappabannocit, re- Va 'W ' : tft.!i.i i J Iuiui juaj. , au ptoiuuauseu mtm vapt. Camp, while out on service . were surprised and taken prisoners by the ixmisiansv TI- fters. ; Lieut. CoJ. Vlay, J ish, and .Captain Keener, .in -encountering. sebel. scoutintr forcav killed -two tjf tbe 'enemy's -officers, whose ' horses were brought into our camp. CapL Nw8tadder waa taken prisoner by tne enemy, snots are frequently exchanged between pickets "and scouting parties. , A reconnoissance was made yesterday and thirty wagon loads of forage were secured. last manT8 .report Expedition to. Union Cityf- Clay King .Ilouted Largo amount of spoila captured Dperatioiuj atfl. Island ITo. 'Chicago,' April 1st. A speciaf to the. Journal from Cairo aayaj-r. .1 ui a '. Co'. Buford. yesterday,1 accompanied by the 2Cth and 24th, Ipinoia, and a part of the 15th. Wisconsin trom near Island No.. 10, with a detachment of cavalry and artillery from Hickman, undef.CoL Bog, made a de scent upon Union City,, after a forced march of thirty miles. He fell -opon tb rebel encampment at 7 o'clock in the' morning;, and dispersed tba entire force stationed there under Clar KiDC consistinz of 'cavalry 'and f :.r.... Tl,,. ftaA in...r. .1 Ireotinn' 1 Several of the enemy were killed and 'many taken prisoners. A large antount-of spoils were captured, Commissary add , Quarter master stores, and .1 $0 horses. . Our loss is one man killed from an explosioa in a born-' ing tent" The rebel force numbered. v 700 infantry and between 700 and 800 cavalry , i '-. - - - t r-. . ..SPECIAL TO TH TIMES.' ' ' v ' Ovr Islakd No. 10, March 30tB.-UiTer falling several inches per day.' The rebels have erected a large intrenched camp in tbe bead of the river, directly in front oL onr gunboats. : An embankmunt half aw mile Ions; has been thrown upon tie. shoreQ be. bind which guns are mounted. 1 Large trum .... ' 1 Wellr lamp apOlOgy fOOceptanoaional Bhotatthe transDorta. tors are masked aa yet, and there is no uitsaa of ascertaining what -artillery they have posted at this doict. Several batteries are plainly .visible. Tbe intrenchments extend a-tboeAse of the bend -ta An upper point of-taa-Island. - They are constantly busy) tMh with steamboats and men. "The mortars fired yesterday and to-day every fifteen minutes, with what effect is not known. The shells are all thrown on the Island; Tha rebels made no reply ex- j a iatx isiHiiiB. 1 1 sat pannia vnana nr1 rmr 1 r . .... uuU m weiurKuuu I of evy Madrid, ennaed . hv ..nHmmMiti , - J . WUWH-VH W between batteries placed on bnoosite sides of the river below that place. We get no news trom mere. CINCINNATI MARKET. f i - -i T -AUlHCIHHATt, April 1. JTlodb dull and tbe demand quite light; fnperf Z0Q4 25. ?'. jvo change in Grain. Whiskt declined to 17c and dull. Mass Pork dull -'sales 600 bbls at $10fc vBctx Mbats in good demand ; sales of 600,000 lbs at 34f and 4 for shoulders, sides and hams. ' .? f (.-. ; V i s : . Lard ia good demand : 600 tea of prime sold at 74 't. and held a higher. - notmng aone in Bacon. - Liniibd Oil, 8788. Holders ask 90. Gbocsbixs' unchanged, and 'firm at lull prices. , ';;t,j 'Z. 1. t.'i. ueiiHi firm at 4 premium. ; C JjTJS W . TORK JfA RKET. iU 4 ;'vU New Yobk, April I t FLOX7B closed rather more steady at. yes- teraays prices. 1 r - Whisxt heavy and lower. , with sales at Whs at dull and nominally unchanged TCtX at A vaA) aVuMir la r Jm . rata tm lavv t HUVUb A We obk cull and heavy, and prices without material change ; sales at 12 2B13 00 for mess, and v oufcio do for prime. . . u Important Circular from tne Treat. rr Dcpsrlniint. 1 1 . ' Tbxasobt Dkpabtxbnt, March 2962. ciB t or tne purpose or removing' as lar as may properly be done tbe restrictions upon commercial intercourse between the toyal Sutes end those portions of the Uni ted States heretofore declared by proclama tion of tbe President to be under insurrec tionary control, wnicu now are or may faereefter come into ; tbe possession of the forces of the" United States, the 'rules and regulations governing such internal com merce prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, bearing date March 4th, 1862, are modihed, so tar as to authorize the respec tive surveyors of tbe Customs at tbe ports of Wheeling, Cincinnati, Madison, Louis ville, Mew Albany, Evansville, Paducab, Cairo and St, Louis to issue permits for .the transportation of 'merchandise, and ex change of the same for money or products of tbe soil, upon application being made to them respectively, if satisfied of the loyalty and good faith of the applicants, and upon tne niing or an aiiiJavit properly executed that tbe permit so applied for shall not, if granted, be nsed so-as to give in any way any am, comtori, or. encouragement or, a- formation to persons in arms against the Government of the United States or under Insurrectionary control or direction,, nor in any wise inconsistent with the terms and spirit of the aforesaid Rules and Regula tions... ' ' " '" ' f! Yon will hereafter cease 'collecting any per cent age or fees for permitting tbe tran sit and exchange of merchandise between the loval and insurrection sections of the tbe country, other than the usual charge of j twenty cents tor each permit so granted. - it is iurtnermore directed ' tnat no per mits be granted tor any : articles forbidden by tbe military authorities to be transport ed into tbe territory by the forces of the United States.'. i. l-j i Parties, therefore, desiring privileges for commercial intercourse provided j in tbe Rules and Regulations as herein modified, will hereafter make their application direct to the proper Surveyor, and not to tbe Sec retary of tbe Treasury. ' , . j I am, respectfully, ; your obedient servant, ' j S. P. CHASE, ; ' " .Secretary of the Treasury. ' Enoch T. Causoh, Eaq . Surveyor of Cuss toms, Cincinnati," O. MEW VADYEliTISSEEMTS. f. s : ci ' j . t r r uUdiAV,ll. ivttAwn. DYEB-- AND r SCOURER.' 12" tMB BMJKB VJBO ' BM9 Mm VBTJVtf and Sconrina establiahnMnt from Locnst St. to Tlrst St., tetween Syramore and Vine, opposite 1 Jnesart a a'.I. where he is prepared, to. do all kinds of Dyeliur and" 8couricg ja thi most approved manner, lie asks the continuance er aid -patron. gssMia new: v . .. . maci-inia -7 f MM - IS thousand It tide : 11 thousand B Shoulders : 1 , . J . ,1S thousand lb Hams;. W lUUUMliU UJS MfM I ' ... 10 barrels Mess Pork, for sal by -mhwasar- - r . ;t JOHN gavisk. Corner of Main and Fourth. St. I-.-. .9- I' Cm WHBM T JPL OtJBt s k Buckwheat Jflour, at H. A. Cook. XANTBCUBBANTS. 3 casks Zante- Current. just received at Cook's. -1 F0BTY bnsbel more of those choice Sweet Po, tatoes, at Cook's. SALMON 1 tierce extra Salmon. Just received at Cook's. . - W. B. and Hambnrr Chess SO bores cheese. received this day at Cook'. - ' 0BAKGK8 40 box Onutzas. In fin order. 4 H.. A. Cook's. ,. . ....... .1....!..; , 4 LEMONS 10 box Lessens. In fine order, jnat received at Cook's. ...., . 1 I j BOO fresh Coeoaanta. Just received at Cook's. ; 1UO boxes Baisins, extra fresh Lsyer. - Jtii l..if hn.M Ma . Af ... Jdt received at H. A. Cook'. . ; -OTBTIIBS 30don eami Oov Oysters. j audosen balf otns do. " " Warranted extra, and for sal cheap at 1 s marS7 ' H. A. COOKS .. .V 'i SCHLAEPFER'S." - ' WBBBr mjP Ml. WTH MJVK, FOB BJAiB MM n Sohiaepf'a Mew Drag More. SODA ABh and1 Potash, f,r sale at Schlaepfcr'e New Drua Store. . .3-1 , , COS BAD'S Bug Poison. Tha best bos; destroy or la tha world, for sale a H. i. r'chla.'pmr's Mew Dm(lJtor 1 JCST received. Another soply of the genuin Peruvian Sjrrop, at SchUvpfer's Mew Drug Store. mar 31 - " ! . Administrator's , Notice, I "SI IBB TACM im liereby friTen, that tbe undo - siened ba been appointed Administrator o' the estate of Edward MaiJ low, deceased. Said ea tatshi soDnosed to be solvent. ,Ji " Mrch vuitea. - sdwabd M a id LOW 1 mar2.ltd-3w i '' . Administrator's Notice. 'JMMBTSCM'U hereby given,' tbat tbe under aVW .signed has been appointed Admineitrator of the estate of Philip Hfj, Maidlow. Said estate 1 supposed to be soWent. Ail person having claims against the estate will present tbeir bUis to me, aud all those indebted to the eetate will eettle itb me inimedialely. . s r SDWABD MAIDLOW. ' mar26-3tw .. . . f E, lfvm (Motary PnbUo.) b. Ja. UoaasaoGS. ;T-I.EAY1TT & H0RHBR00K,- ZZomet?s atJL&iv tl . , t , ITAMSVILI.I, JND. ' , i : Coi'leottea and Baal KstaU Agent. Will attend auto to col looting Soldiers' and Government claims of e.ery description-' . L.Of&oeon XUUd Street, bet. Mala and flysamor. nuu28 ' - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. a. j3t., scSSIioes I JEteatt $ Eiuivrcit ce9 ARE NO W OFFERING the Largest stock v. Moots aiid hit oes To be found in the State. HIVING BOUGHT FOR CASH, CAN and WILL SELL Cheaper than any otlter Housed t - 1 i. WE DEFY all COMPETITION. CZciUL. zjzlc3L see uo. READ & LAWRENCE. ' Mauch 24tb, 1862. J3at9:It 9- Mats:: I If you want a good assortment of SOFT FITE; nSt - - 0 W I'-'- ' ' -,.; ? . .PANAMA,'" v I ' ; 1 LEQH0EHV ana t - PALM LEAF HATS, fA( dead low figurt$,you will findthemat . vj pin o t a D r"KT r v-'C AlE. A U CI Lt ft. Vll ilHil L Ci t)f JSIo. QO 'I. i -i i V ' . .. w Street. March 24th, 1862. ' F. FENDMCH BEOTHEKS, . " Kransvillft. 'Ind.. " ' . ! JOHN-FENDRICH BBOS.." 1 1' Colombia, Pa. , Istablishsd jn 1850. I BRANCHES OF THE BALTIMORE. HOUSEi FBTABHHfiO 1M 188, ' JOS. FEE1DRICII BROS. r IF. 2?cnlric7i J3iog9 1 IVARSVILLi:, INDIANA, - Established in 1856. ' ! JtlJJVUJRACTUBUMS OF " TOBACCO AND CIGARS, mym B - BJPJTJBB JPOB BMJCMt TUB tr lara-est and best assortment of Tobacco nnd Cigars in the West. We call the attention of Hotitm aad Storekeepers to examine our, stock, ahich they will find extensive and cheap. 1 . r urjt MMva ojv ujjvob tJ0O,ts3O-'' 1 purels Joseph icfgars.""' " i i lU,0O0 - porels ( hsrlws So.' ' , ' ' bfm- porolsJohn do. 1 "J "' ' 10,000 LsVts. - : I til 10,Ot i jtorela rraocis. 1 t f 0 46,008 w Hann I ,' ..... enry Clay. ao.ooo v8. 12,000 16.00O' 15,009" 100,000 10,000 lo,0O0' so La Napoleon. . O. Branson's. ' ' Begalia Havana. T La tialadinas. . La India. j i tl Half Hpanisb. .'. Patent Pressed. ' " -La Belle Americne. ' bozee Red Clay Pipes. ' lMIXM Poshftttan I'll ' 60 1 0 5'000 v i. box" Cumrooa OJay Piej I t uuien urutr noui ripee, ; docea Meerschanm Annorte'1 ripes. 60J- rvues Danish Pipes, 'boxeeestra Virginia Chewing Tobacco ' j boxes 4 o. Lump Virginia Chewing dJl eaJdiee Planters' Pride.' - ' ' boxes Light Pteeied Virginia. ' boxes five Lnnip Tobacco. : kKS Kougb and- Kedy. " ' ' boxes Oold Hoot Virginia Tot.acco." j boxes Tbomn Keen's Tobacco. ' ' i gross Sunny fide Tobacco. ' ' gross Solace Tobacco. 1 25' 6 60 SO so lo 20 1 10 ' 20 ' r 20 , . 2( gross Sweet Owen. i a j ' tmxes C Branson's Tobacco. u. . boxtm Pure hootch Hnuff. ... ItWa Macaboy BnuH ' -. bbls French Snuif. " 1 :' ' 6 10 6,000- 'package Pride ot the West Sinoking T- bacco.. ... nnv..H'rj ,, . 6,000 package Kosebud do. ., ;m i : ' 6iOO"- paeksgss MasDoiia do. ..-( -1-OovW.ls fine Cut Chewing Tobacco. j 20 Mi Fine Cat Chewing, I ji, i li0. ;bble Fine Cut Smoking -.4 -, S,KMr""pounds Kinkinnick Suioking lobacceV ' ' 200 l Grand Torkinh Tobacco. . . ; u i 200. 'lbs Carlolta Smoking Tobacco. ( ' . it , 600,01i6 Pipe Btams, asfcortsd.' . , 4 , .. m ; 600 d. seu German Pip-S. . iU u . SO dozen French Pipes, .. 'j ,' 12 cs.es Conoectiout Soed Leaf. We offer tha abuve goods for sale at Baltimore prices. We have no ompetiiiou in onr lina this side of Cincinnati. We in vile dealei to examine onr large stock, which thsy will find extenalv and cheap. Oive ca a call. mi- flu 1.1 main Direct, iraonviiie, iuu. : T M ft.-.- , ... . . Sign of to 1 - (M4 T)aV. TJitlev VXVA JJUU MXVUDJ t , FeblS 1 5ft . v.V Eobt ' ; ...... , " ' , - m j ewe. NEW ADVERTISEflENTS. " - C ; V- I lT,,,,,. I ..... . g"'1' B 733 : . " m $ & g & gs " rj -' B' a ' . . . ' -Hi " K o & B A Hm r-, SIS gi s & ?5m 2- S S WHEAT JTLOCB in anv mniititi ...w the trails, freeh and good, at VICKKBY'S. WmBJlir- MCBMJYt MB. best qnality for sale low. tjv s lo 8. nov8 .U,BERTACO. w.jvnjBB cijyrcijvjnsrx jpbmcjus. t 20 bbls liinseed It, in perfeot order, for sale by tbebbl at less than it can be boneht in Giucln na. ' - B. K. GIE.BKKT A CO., ' febS '.i No. 4 Sycamore st. Mfanmri vjf jee QG3,Just received at VICKERY BEO'S, Ko. 82 Main streef. fob6 . . WPBJtJVJISix tons of tbat rich country brau, -Jt-B Jot received, and for sale at feb!3 VICKKBY BBOS., 82 Main St. JT 50 sacks XXX white wheat feblft. floor, for sale at KLLIOTT'fl. Afh nJJS'Jt COJYVTjtJVTL V. A lare assortment of Saddles, Bridles, and names, ef every description, on band at mr Maonlactury, on Main Street, over my Ororery tetore. febl7J J. P. ELLIOTT Hoses 1 Roses ! Roses JjEk u ;.,yf g:nevett WS-Mm ojvjujjyrn jjvm fob sale MM. at prices to suit tba times, a tine collection ot Koaes, all on tbeir own 1 roots. Fine varied Pinks Monthly, Carnations, Dahlias, pereoulitl Phlox, and a splendid variety of Verbenas, Hulio trcpes, Gerantums, Fnchsias and Pelargoniums and everything suitable for the Garden or Green Ileuse. Also Sverffreens and choice fruit trees, Apples, Pears, standard and dwarf Cherries, Goose berry ana vmrrant, wraps vines, etc., Ac. Boaquxta cut for hand or tablo, all for sale at the Terrace Gardens, on Ann street between Seventh and XJighth. Plants carefully packed to send any distance. No charge for packing. GaTdens open every day except Sundays. tnhl9d2w in EAWS0N, TODD & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, . . .,. , Louisville, Kj. ,SOO bag Bio Coflee, strictly good to prime, at low prices. 1 -Thirty cases " Gonez Sancbo " Lloorics in etoro, and loraal by the abave firm.- mar28-2w Eegular Evansville and Nashville Weekly Packet, ' aa a rnuie rv-mm i f ' MASONIC GEM," .v- PiETE FLEMING, Captain. Will pty regularly between the above pdnU, leaving vansrille every Wednesday at 12 o'clock M- Keturning, leaves Muhvill every Baturday. She has I a per ior passenger aooommooat Ions. For freight or passage, apply on board or to JMO. B. BALL, Agent, mar28-tf Mo 2 Water at. MifJUf JXS. 400 kegs nails, all sices, at Gsorge VW Foster Co.'.. SEAMLESS BA03. Geo. Foster Co.'. . -4,060 atamles bags, at " POTATOES. 3.000 bushels (Neehanoc and Piuk Zye), at Qeorg Foster A Co.'. CEMENT AND LIME. 60 bbls fresh hydraulic cement ; 60 bbls fresh white lime. ' GEO. FOSTER CO., inar28 . v -Corner Locust and Caual. ELLIOTT'S." TgfBBBn tlJBDEJV BltEOB, a? 25 bxa fresh garden teeds. - ' " 5 bushels silver skin onion setti, for sale at F.UIstt'1. TLOUK. T5 sacks XX white wheat flour, or the best quality, at Klliott's. . . ...... SEED POTATOES. 200 bush pure pink eyes. : t , ; 600 bnsh suow bail potatoes. ' ' -i '. ' 100 seeij sweet potatoes. Just received at Elliott's Grocery. CHEAP. 500 shoulders, at 4c per pound. MM) doz eggs, at 7c er doa, just re ceived at Elliott's. SEVENTY boshel large sweet potatoes, for tabls use, at Elliott's. ; B A KINO Powder of all kindi. Spice, both ground and ongronnd, at Elliott's. . P0WDEB. 100 kegs rifle powder. ISO kegs blasting powder. ' Just received at Elliott' Family Grocery. mrch28 .... OLD AUCTION HOUSE, AND A NEW .AUCTIONEER! Wi coujv, 'HJiviWa BBJrjiiit BM B tbe old Auction Boom on the earner of Main and Third streets, Xransville, for a term or years, will continue tbe Auction and Commission business, and attend to selling all kinds of goods, furniture, wagons, buggies, carriages, hones, cat tie, all kinds of manufactured articles, Ac. Lib erl advancements made on consignments. Prompt attention will be given to all good en trusted to my care... J. J. OOHN. .,' roar2j PAY NOTICE. JW. lug tofrgfo the .company business of If KUBBK A ClT, (Nurre A Brommelhaus) requests all hose indebted to them to pay their account and no tee at once, In order to save costs. If not paid by the first of May, they will be left with a Justice for collection. .nar28-w NUBBE A BRUMMELH AUS. CAUTION. "fill JBBBOJVa MBB JPOBSIMO KSLrtreeapaselng on the tract of laud Dearths city known as ' Blackford's Tract." I shall pros ecute to the extant of tbe law all person who disregard this notice. I will pey a liberal .1 . REWARD fcr nrnnf sufficient tn convict those who bare been cutting greea trees on tbe same tord ,?luring the past wiuter. a. it. jv.-o"... March 2, 18H2. mh27-lw A pent. MT 3.000 sugsx oared and canvassed bams. 3,000 enwica plain hams. 1 8,SO shoulders. 2,uiJ ribbed sides. - . l.ttWcletr sides. 600 ba rsls mes pork. 100 barrel rump pork. : - " 3o0 kegs cheioe family lard. Ths above are all of our own curing, aed fully warranted. " UKO. F0SiS A CO. ffiartS -