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TIE - t r jrvTn. - T t i if - - i w ar- i . i. -arv- . - ittt i,.-t-"tw't hjii j wobbs-sbb. t w , b. Hi 1 i I a E1 -flioibalo .!-! s;;l Id SJlliL 1 i J; Li od. Sjt.U ' V n j a ia ....... j i . i 1 i ji ' .-..4 ft; . H J,. J. I .A i4 f 1 ft i4l T 2 i?1 A. RUSH'S CONFECTIONERY. Hemoved to Second Street, near 2 fain, jrirj i'k Ki:.no van .nr cojvjsf- JL tionery to the aboTe earned pisci; ami in. addi tion to my old Lussnesi tiv also opeBalss! FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, And promise to my old and new (introB, !at Who ever may e;iv6 iue an order for Cakes alia iContjo. tionerlea.a wilt furnh thtm ia inch a. style aa v would bo cwlitaUe at UiOi4 VVWtsHoase.'f -.ii a. , , , . . , ... A. JiUBU. foMWCm ' Second ftret,e:WalnV"I j w. KicaitDus. . , . t. r. punoi RICHARDSON & 'ORITTOM,. , Livery & Sale Stable, On Th!rd Street, : (Between Main and tocost streeti)k EVASSVILLlcnn), r Always ready to accommoc.v. 1anl4-lyd ? C. Alt M STRONG, Suctressor to U. W. Armstronor. Steam Furniture and-' Chair MANUTACTCKEB, ? I And wholesale and retail dealer in all kind of Plam and :i'ancy furniture and ' Chair. fit A VH THK .JKSr, rf.VJ one of the bast arranged and cotiduot!- ies west of Cincinnati, and can sell aa low aft any Cincinnati House. f - Any Pattern desired made to order on short na. tice. Tnrninf of any kind promptly sttondsd to. V All work warranted to ba madof ettasoned aiaterial, and of superior workmanship. Yf Room", No. 85 Main street. , ; -aovs i ' t j': i ' ' C. SCHMITT & STARK, p. r , , : Wholesalo And Betail Dealers in I Pf ench, English & American 'APE R HANGINGS, shades and Kiztnres, Cnrtain Goods, GIH Cor- qIcms, Curtain Pins and Parlor Mirrors. - No. S and 6 First street, Evansvllle, Indiaaa. Trl9-ly j M ST. EET.XCHESTNUT & CHERRY, EVANS VII. LE, INDIANA, ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, - , r. OMKSKJBU J.VJflBKU, Boards, Lattis, c.,of erery dcription constant-' ly on hand. Packing Boxes of all kind- H ade to der. Sawing of evory kind done on tbs shortest i BntictC " ' t' it-, apt08-ly USUI r. MILLER.. MILLER & j. HEtiar Nisaaoa NIEHAUS, ; mi a i, aim iw J3 : 00033 O, B(M)1, SHOES, HATS, CAPS. Ap.f . . A. 43 .flJM 8THKKT, I " - EYANSVILLE, INDIANA NATIONAL HOTEL, -Comer Main and Fonrth Bts.. f m LonisvillelIyA i rt T. A. HAJ2BOW, PROPRI STO R." onp nnn in dtd nitv 3" Ull Ll VSA-Mmft 1 Li 11 not21-tf , f P It I L I P DGCKE it, 1 (Snccessor to Pecker A Kratttsrl, I -a MANUFACTURER OF LAKD I OIL, SUAP AND CANDLES, , , - - i ' Alas aa extra article of 1 Kjyt.yti, t:jvi ij-jh, k cjib ,. Dealers in Bosin, Boda, Ashes, So. Abo -PURE -CATAWBA WINEJ tirrr trwu raiaing, iu jmutti tie fi suit purohasers, 1 Terms cafl4,toj 53 daf iL Pe' ngtiWe In jan.iy JAMES T. WALKEll, JUSTICE Of THEPQACl eiNXBAIi COLLi-CTISS AGEN- , ; , EvatuvilU, ndiana. j, OltVceon, Third street, between tlai. swi Eya tmrnm etreeta. 1 j fiiilll ' I -i' TT TT TJ" TM1 TP. T. Ti S " - 21 (FOEMKELY OF STEELE A HUNK ELL.) Fioorl n s TVTi 1 is; CORNIB OP i i i WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAL, EVANSVILLE, IKD. ' npBIH JVM l MSTJl.tSUlftJT JL is now in full operation, with new and com plete Machinery of the latest style, for Planing and EressinR Lumber, Planing and Grooving Flooring, making Door a and . Cash Mouldings, Window. Blinds, and every other description o work done in snrh est j.ishments. All work at these Mills warranted to be well done, and ill be offered at the lowest cash prices. Dry Poplar Fiooring and Weatherboarding con stantly on hand, and will be sold for cash.- , Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. Slittiagand all kinds of Sawing done to order, an j in the most approyed style. ! 2 . ... . ... 'A WM. HTjKNELL. WHOLFSAts) PSALCR IH t GROCERIES & LIQUORS, . . No.J4 West First street, apgS-lT ' - EVAKSyiLLK.IVD. GREAT BARGAINS I I I IN ; Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Gaps, &c. i j TH!H.3Ma OABU. JOHN J. MERRITT,5 Suceettor to r , s ISTo. XO 3?lrst 3t-, Onr great indniementa to B&TA1 It Cash Com torn ers in the selection from their Large, klew, aud Elegant Stock of Fashionable Dry Qeods,.; Boots. Sboo, Hats and Caps, '-- C AT WHOLESALE PRICES t . LINENS .. -HOSIERY. WHITE GOODS, Rod --DOMESTICS Offered at 35 pr ef ess than heretofore re tailed at In the city. AH are invited to oome and compare Quality and mice with any other house In the city: i . - J, S. JAQUE8S4J0.;:j apll-lyd-12t . Mo. 10 First str.-Bt. L e dons 4 pin Wercestershlee Baaoet S. K. LEAVITT,. !" Attorney at Law & Notary, Pjiblic. Office on Third Street, bet ween Main and Sycamore, np stairs, ' 4 KVANSVILLE, IKD. VWill attend promptly to all kinds of Law and notarial business. .Jsytdy'' mmJS W J BTMCLX 8. Coi Ofl vt Tara s W flna Candles and 6 dosen Oval Coil Oil Chimneys not near so apt to break as the rouud ones Just received at - , VIOKERT BPOS., 88 Mainst. TTJEJTTIOJV t-JRMKIt liarly bushels pure MeehsatKk PtAatoes, at mh20 H. A. CWtrS. ' jrpt . 20 doz. assorted Brooms, reoeiv JCaedat mhaoj H. A. KOdtCS. js-mJiCitMimBMj mjv Mtrrs ! VrJt r 10 kilts No. 1 Mackerel; ' 10 do No. 2 ; . do; - i ' ' ' ' 6 ' do mras ' " " do. , " ! i ,-; Received at " " fmh20J a. A. CCOV8. " WSBMMiJ.60 bxs extra scaled Herring; Beoelved at mh20 B. A. COOK'S jnt7iI,J,. Cheap cow AM. cents per bushel, at feed Turnip at 'M mh2D " Pine Pur Gloves, it P sortment of Fur G laves, a suitable present to yoof friends in thsc army. Also a new lot of Jua- dies' t ar Call soon aud make your selertlons. t i' Tl k 'AUT11.B MAKCONNIKB, ,f acl H I " F' No.. 3-J Haln street r.HSCELLANLOUS. M l. j' T ' fr SUt fit, Cold, ,, . or ' ' grafe;, ;grhaa, which might ba checked tdith i " st'rtrpZa remedrJ. iftpjgglected, often terminates seriously. Fexo-'W 'auxcre qf 'the unporlaTiod- qf foLd. in its first stage I ' fhaii which itv--.theT beairvninsr vxuLd- yield to a wUd -rerriedy, :'tf ' ,nct attended to, scon attacks, -,th -lungs.1 t u - 1 were first ptfroduced eleven -years 'deo It has been'-praved that they ars'ths lest 'article; hefsre';,thJt ?&&io.?jor. sCjUjoAs., talcLs.p JfLnhitLk, ksthjrtcL, fgZc&tcff fiL, the T3jzclxrs& Gough iri , cJi&urnfitiari. ;and numenmsf . affections' of tht fiOJxt, giuirig, dnvmiediate relief., .! , i J ; JPttbliz Speaker Singers tuics jma-znerrV effectual for clearing and strengthening' the ' voce .. Sold by all druggists arid (Tkalsra in Jia&icine,, at 5, cents per box. Bold In ETanr7ille by - ' 1 J -: ; i . feb5 , - . KELLER 'WHITE. , Scrofula; or. King's Evil. is a consti taionsl disease, ecorropiion of the blood by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak and poor. Being ta the circulation. It pervade the whole body, and may burst out in disease in that percai ic xtoorgaais tree from Its attack, nor is there one which it may not destroy. , . The sorofn lorn taint is caused bv mercurial disease, low II vine disordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filtb and miny nanus, ine.aeressing vices, and. above all by the venereal infection. Whatever be Its origin, It Is hereditary in the Constitution,; descending " from Dareata to children, nnta the third and Jonrtb generation :" indeed, it seems ta be the rod ot Mltu who says, "I will visit the iniquities of the utiners upon tneir cmiaren. " . . 1 Its enacts commence bv denoaltlnn "Trom the blood of corrupt or alcerous matter, which, in the lungs, liver, and internal errans. ia termed tuber cles; in the glands, . swellings : and, on the surface, eruptions or sores. Tins foul corrup tion, which genders in the blood. deDresaes the en. ereies oi uie, so tnat scroiuious constitutions not only suffer from scrofolocs complaints, but they have for less power to withstand th attacks-of wcuur- uintHtaaa y ouiwequeniiy vast numoers perisn oy .aiseraera wntcn, altuouirb not scrofulous in their natare, are still rendered fatal by this taint In the system. Most of the consnmDtion. which uecun&ies tne numan iamuy nas Kevsrlgin directly in this scrofulous contamination i and maav des tructive diseases of the liver, kidnejs, brain, and moeea, or ail t ne oruans . arise from or are artrrava. ted by the same cause. - ' ' . ' i -' um -quarter or ail our people are sorofulous ; their Bureans are invaded by this lurking infeotioa. iiu bueir ueaitn la aiumiDM DY tt to cleanse it from the system we must renovate the blood by an alterative medioine, and Invigorate it by healthy food and exercise. Bach a medicine we suddIv ln . -. - - ....... , . ' . : jjac yors's i ...... Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, the most effectual remedy wbloh the medical skill of ear times can devise for this everywhere pre vailing and fatal malady. : It is combined front the most active ressedials tbas nave been discovered for the expurgation of this foul disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the system from its des tructive consequences. . Ilnoe it should- be emrjlov- ed for the cure of aot onlr Scrofula, but also those otber affections which ariae from it. sncb as Kbop- TtvB and Skim Diseases. 8t. Aktboni's Ftbe, Bosk, or Ebtsipilas, Pimples, Piwtulcs, Blotch bs, Blmns, and Bou.cs. TrjMOBs, Tettcb and Salt Rbbiibt, Bcald Head. Bimowobm. Bbkumavism. BrraitiTio mxi McacusiAL Disbaris, Dbopst, De bility and, indeed, all Cbiplaiht AaMTe raoH ViTiATxn ob Impubb Blood. The popnlar belief in " immtritw of tht blood " is founded in trn th. for scrofula ia a degeneration i of ins blood., The par-- ticniar purpose and virtue or this Sarsaparilla is to purify and regenerate this, vital fluid, .without -which sound health is Impossible Ln contaminated constitntions. t ' o ' -; ' - ' - ; ' vv -Et; 323 13 ' fob Tin BPNDT Orjs or i , . Intermittent Ftver, or ' Fever and Ague, Re mittent Fever, Chill Ftvtrt Dumb Ague, Pe riodical Headache, or Buiout Headache, and Muiau Ftver, indeed, J or the whole close qf dueaaee originating in biliary derangement, coined by the Malaria of Miasmatic Cotm- We are enabled here to offer" the. community a remedy which, while it cures the above complaints witn certainty, isstiu perfectly bnrmless in any quantity.'. Such a remedy Is invaluable in districts wbere tbese atuicting disorders prevail, i This Curb" expels the miasmatio DOieon of Fevkb akb Aoue from the system, and prevents the de. velopmonta of the iiscase. if taken en the first ao- proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not on ly tne oest remedy ever yet discovered lor tblsclas oi complaints, but also the cheapest. The large quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the reach of everybody : aud in bilious districts. where Feveb aud Ache prevails, everybody should bavs it and use it freely, both for cure and protec tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and certain eure of Intermittenta is that it contains no Quinine or Mineral, consequently it produces no quininm or Injnrioas etleets wnatever upon the constitution.- I hose cured by it are left as healthy as if thsy h ad never had the disease. - ; Fever aad Acue is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor. drees arise from its irritation; among which are , Nmralyta, Khnmiatum, trom, Headache, Iiiidnw, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh; Atthma, Palliation, PavrfU Afectia otlia BoUem, Hyterict, Pain in (As Bwiuls, , Ootoo, Pmratyna and bwanyamtml -of thm ScoTAfich, all of which, wheat originating ia this cause, put on- the intermittent type, or become peri odical. This " Ccaii " expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cures them all alike.) It is an invaluable protection to immigrants, or persons travelling or temporarily residing in the makirious diMtncte. . If taken occasiea&lly or daily while exposed to the Infection, th.tt will be excreted from the system, aud cannot accumulate insufficient quantity to Tipett into disease. Henee it is even mor e vaiaaele lor protecttea tttan cure, aod lew wib. ever winVr from IatariBittenLB if they - avail ' themselves of the Dretaotion this remedv afl iriia . Prepared by Dr. J C. AYER &C0.; . , , . i r ? xicnreUft vciais.' Sole Wholesnle and Ketait Agents' Tn Evansville-t KKLLKB A WHITE; BIEBBOWEBAPIEBCB ; LEICH A CABLSTADT ; . . and for sale by all-dealers and wholesale agents. Jane 9, 18rtl-ly. ... Olioioo - i P RUsIT? T R E E S V ; MUVJjaMJVTAM, SHRUBS, Evergreens,: Roses, &c, &o. , , CULTIVATED AKD FOR SALS AT THE 1 ; COLUMBUS , .-i . JQ& .TJ SBL-Oi DEI .... ..-.-; -itoBT BATEHAM,' HAHFORD & CO-i ; ' ' C0LCMBUS, OH UO. ' Orders received by u, BEOOGHTON, sole : -J " feb3-d4m Agent's H Tp rl t M. l.r W K T M At I SJMj TfM TaA.VlOOO i3tmat Saltpetre, beet quality, tortile by i I. Jt DHEIMAKK, ., Ko. 62 Mala street. ' dec38-ln ' jB lev JUOMB OA 2IHV8JB. JVAVAi BJ bams left, only cts. per poand. at i i,,., Bh7 . 7 - ELLIOT f '8 Family Grocery. - arm gCX MICAS li Heroes prime nice, ror JLaV i, a: k . . .; v- - . ML. A. UOUUVB, Una . i7 Male street. BHTJia- frails. new. crop and eery na e Ja rteeived and for sale by i - ideoSS a a 1 4 . 8.. JB. tu 7r,V. Cs?JLV. - Bushel at i ... - ' Ne. i Main Street. rjnBJBSJB hard ; timee when , every, dollar An. i counta tha neonla like to know wbers they oaa get the best bamins ln irrooeries. and they all go to , ELLIOTT'S, for he has lhe reputation of aadereelling everybody elee.. And new, that he has a large stoek on hand, we do not- hesitate tn sayuag tsa ae WUI seU at Uiaclanau prioes. EVANSMilHND; TH if 5". IDoy. 601 J 78 1 00 1 26 1 of K l! 76 75 f 1 15 f 150 1 1 0 2 26 f 90 SJDas, tiwri BD ) ' 1 75 ) ' 25 : 7f 4 ry.- j I i5f 5 4 60 8 15 ' 15 6 Da. f 1 60J i Xtt t 8 A-ab I 4 90 t W-)'l-t tf iiJS.'Mcl Ul'l I 5 2fi 1 Ml I ,8 76 ii'tU '-i-rO-IH 00 f 1 50-p 9 00 10 50 I Mo if iaaA i e oo i a oa 1 10 oo t ia 1 14 0 i ae . I 00 I 8 76 I H 60 ( IS 76 M 0 f 18 76 JJlfa'a, T 60 H 25 1 16 00 ) Is) 76 ( 23 tMo't, 8 60 H 16 17 00 21 26 26 60 j-J IS . I io oq ( 16 oo I au oo I 26 oo i ao o i ho 1 Mo': I 13 00 j 19 60 I 26 00 I S2 60 I 31 lid 45 60 2 ifo'i Vlo'oO j 22 60 30 00 S7 60 45. 'oi 6'J 60 , Advartlalnir in tke Weekl. One square, one insertion..... 1 00 1 two '' -.:......; ,1. 50 u,d three" t'.;.'..i.-;:Li.; 2 90. For acl) Bubseqaent insertion, and fpi , aU,, Insertion Of iuca 44itmnk equare. ..... . 0 50 AdTertlsements pablfshed in- both the Daily anfl thn .! Wwililr JnrmwAt, wil1 rm charred th fall Daily rates, with; one -'b'alf the Weekly rates added. .tr.-.ii Business notices published iu thef itKjal columns, will be charged for each insertion ten cents -per lirxer Charges-Will- be -taade for insertidi the notices or. the foilowine Ordera, iiqcieties and Associations at the rates named ' to be paid in advance. . . ' 1 ' Military Companieg, Order "ot OH .Fel lows, Masonic Orders, Benevolent Societies , and Sincinar Societies .. For each notice not exceeding 8 lines 2& cents for each insertion; over eight lines at uu rate. ...... v ' Announcing- deaths with funeral bdtice attached, $1 ; without notice, free. Marriage notices 50 cents. : Notices of Festivals, Picnics and Excur sions, gotten iip by individuals or associa tions, or by churches, at regular prices. Advertisements leaded and placed iundcf tn tieaii of epecial JSoticea, if ten lines' -or over:-wiltte-charged double , the! usual ratoe. mo. - .j ;...-... ) j Advertisements making less than three lines, i inserted once in the Daily, will be cnargea urty.cents. :- . . .u.-. i Yearly Advertisers to pay quarterlyi Announcing candidates of every descrip tion to be charged at the rate of .$1 60 for each name n the Daily, and $2 in the Daily and Weekly, the same to be, in all .cases, paid in advance. .. . I j -,v -.i , v. EVA5TSVILLE JOURNAL )0., INSURANCE; Insurance Agency.' : ALLEN C. HALLOCK i tV,i Evansvllle, - . I OHDKRwariEn andgenebal iNstmAJica Adjpstkb or 'AvraMKs, and Notabt Pcvlio. He continues to ias e Policies from several If in Class and most reliable INSURANCE COMPANIES In the Cbwaft, on TtAand and Fire Sitit. Be sri.l also receive applications for , Liire. 1INSUKAINC1. Ha - will attend to the Adlustmeut .'of Louse of every description under policies from othet agencies, and attend to tbe settlement of all mut ters connected with IKSTJBANCE, for partiee in terested. His long experience as an Insurance Asbn-f, baa made rm familiar with all subjects connected with Insurance.-,- S Office on First Street, opp. Post Omce. ECONOMY AND SECURITY; TMe Lorillard pire insurance cb. iif t rr v fi tv am vruiir i cr Ho. 31 WALL St. CasH. Capital-? $500,000 PROFITS AW NU ALLY DIVIDED I 75, PER CENT. TO . THE DEALERS. Thi (Company divides three-quarters of the net prof! ts to the policy holders, tn scrip, bearing Interest withoutany liability to the insured. 5 This Comnany funds its snrclns, inntead of dividing it to the Stockholders, thereby giving it policy Holders greater security, ana at the same time cheaper insurance than any other system. CAKLisiiK suawuuu, President.. : i j ... . OEOBOE D. CKABT, Sec'y. WASHINOTON SMITH, Vlce-Pres't. A. C. IlaJlocJa ek. Son,- Agcnti, decl2 EVANSVILLE. INCORPORATED 1847. " Oi t y F ir o IFvSUEANCE COMP'Y "BTPORD, CONN. Capital,' - - - $250,000. . C. WAITS, Sec'y. 0. B. BOWEBS, Pres't . . 8. H. PBICE, General Agent, .... . Residing at Chicago, Ills. CASH CAPITAL tc SURPLUS $327,540. This Oompany insures against loss and damage by Fire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores, W'arenouaes, Stockn of Merchandise, and all insur able preperty at as reasonable rates of premium as any other solvent and reliable Oompany, " ' Adinmng Mm for i'1 ' 1 Application mai'J to and Policies issued by A. O. HALLOOK A SON., , J . - First Street, opp. Post Offloe. aug21-lyd ' - ' Evaksvih., Ind 1 DRESS HATS. Our spring style, now ready, ia one of the hand somest ever seen, and by a new arrangement, feet as comfortable to tne wearer as any son bat, (Every other conceivable style made to order. . '- TJ n io n Ha t s '- " - The neatest dressing hats for a young man. . - Renfrew & magenta Hats. , Something Fancy, , . - , Sof t-Hat s Of BVsrycenceiToAlastiapearjiLcolor. Latent styles'' C a p s ! Caps! Cap b'., an tne leading styles ior spring eua summer jusi received., ,.ri-,..; . . . .;),.:.; , . j ' Infant Hats & Caps. . A splendid assortment of fancy hats aud caps spring and summer styles. ' '. 1 I ( ! ' . ( - ' B oys rS p or tin g Hat s ""' Of every description and price. j Cassiner e ! H a t s . 1 . ." . . , ,&U styles and prices. ;t h - Sof t B ea v e r Ha t s ' ' For summer wear, as light sea feather, at VAUTIER & ; MARCONNIER'S, ., Bfo. 3 Main street. MM II, . PtTBLBUlEB H , fe.,ll . I ' u JAME3 H.'ltcNEELY. l-.ii. Jut '.. i... . M. THAXEB. td c 1 i. 1 kJA T3 UaVVOT V EVANSVILLE JOURWAL COMPANY. Jodraal Bnildiags-locufi f$(i CALENDAR FOR 1862. Irrival and Departure of the - ' ' ' i i - j ,r ' (The time herVset down le adjusted to'eoatricf koum. On the Birer there ia variatiou accrdiue ocircumsrances. i !-' iTIJIE OF CJjOSIUQT.'f.!. .. 1. . C " J m.I 1 . ' ' . ..- . . . . . . n I . T - , way points). every Slonday ,aud Thurs. c day at i - " 3Vt p. H. 9ft. Feraoa Mail (land) every .Tuesday,1 Thursday, aud SaturJai at G A. a anr jiariiumf man every, mad Jay, weai 1 jieeday, aud Friday at , . .IbiL.u uocKport aiaii (mna) every aionuay, n ea- uetdav. and JTiklav at-- .'P .. t - -1 . . &1- ml Psertburca Mail (way) every Friday at 9M (ftilui si.urgB letters, oto. come and go bv Baitroaa dailv.l it 11 7' Cyutkidna Mail every Wednesday at ' , ( Leaves at 6 A. a. Thursday morning.) ! Military mail tor Calboun and Snottsville, 1 p. ' " - TIME OF DEL1VKK1MU. ' " tlsilroad Mail, every day except Sunday at, arrives the night before, after office hours, Aeaimtfe Afaii (river) every. Taeedajv Thursdwv, and Saturday by , Podacoii Mail, every day tn the week except 1 : Sunday and Thursday by i v.. t 10 . Green Rieer Mail, every Monday and Thurs- . oay oy "i . . t ' r , ... ;.; f Mt. Vernon Mail (land) every Monday, P.M Wednesday, and Friday by ifew Harmony Mail, every Tuesday, Thnrs- aay, ana eatnrday Dy . . i Boekport Mail (laud) every Suiidayatl P. at., P. . ana weunesaay and x rluay at t m ,-i (Arrives the evening before, after office . .hours. i !' -. 1-iutiJti feteriburgk Maileny) every Friday by 8J A. u Cynthiana Mail every Friday at ' v .'-.- 7? A4 st, I Arrives tne vninir Defore, alter oraeff nours. TPot urhoe opens at 7 A. m. an s eloecs at 7 p. a. on week days. Delivery closes from 8 to 9ii A. . on week -days .during tbe - closing ef the Railroad mail. Office open from 8 to 9i a. u. en the Sabbatu. i : JAMES H. McN KELT, PJ ST. Evansville, Ind., May 1, 1861. . 1uiy22-ywci I 3E0ELOJSlPJQ3O T? XJ . . OF THE , . , .j i .. EVANSVILLE JOURNAL. FOR 186, DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY.1 A TEAS OF GBEAT NTEBEST Ths EVANIVJU.B JoDBNAb ie now ia tbt '27th year of its existence. During all that period it ass songnt to be in every respect a faithful "chronl- ler el tne times, tbe people and tne country." Tbe circulation of the Journal is a eratifvmg evidence that our labors are appreciated..! Bever oetore wts a newspaper more necessary thsa at present. Ne man can fail to understand the im- poitance pf keeping up with .tbo atormy times in wbicn we live, lie who does not read now; aud keep informed on the current events of the day. win nave the iatiuie to do so tor a liie-tline regret. ' ODB ABUT CORRESPONDENCE. ! . Nearly every resident of Indiana has relatives friends, or ne ghbora in tbe- Grand Army of tbe Union. Indiana has tent her armed sons into the Held by thousands, and tbey are now itationed oa tne capes of North Carolina, aloag ; tbe Potomac,: among the mountains of Virginia, or bi arching southward through Kentucky and Missouri. A few months may nnd some of them on the Gulf of Mexico, encamped before Fort Sumter and Charleston, or occupying New Orleans. . In nearly every Division of tbe army, we have regular cor res pondents, whose letters will appear in the colamns ot tne joobnal. ' " MILITARY AND GENERAL MATTERS.' ! Besides Army News, ourcori espondent at home and abroad, will give attention to other matters that may be of interest to the public. In the local columns of tbo Daily Joubbai. will Becbrenicled military appointments, resignations and promo tions made for and among our State ' troops, and whatever ele ma . idaily transpire of general im portance. Tbe local columns of the Daily Jocas At will also ooutain from day to day items gleaued at home and from onr Indiana exchanges, or military STATE NEWS AND fiOMs, ' Not designing or desiring to be exclusively mili tary ia conducting the JouBMaW attention will be paid to whatever may be immediately important to our subscribers. ' State new and home interests will always (as they have in tbe past), receive espen cial attention. The Dully and Weekly Joubnai. will contain telegraphic summaries' Tf - the condi tion of ths Cincinnati, New York and foreign narJ kEt"' TERMS OF SUBSCBIPTlOir. : t t " Daily Journal, per year ..... ..."15 00 Daily Journal, per wek,...-...........v...-..10 cents, Trl-Weekly Journal, per year-.,.. 84 00 ,i- -l.T.. T.-in.n.l. . in -rift anbfaciintiohs. Tier . nmij - a - year .. .. a 60 Weekly J eurnal, to clubs of ten, yer year......' i subscriptions iaeortobfir tn advance. 1 00 The usual discount will be made to News Agent. Address, , , . , . ., t . ! EVANSVILLE JOURNAL CO. -vil ' " r: ' EVANSVILLE. IND. rwiOIItiiT J BTICIj&a.Jnat received at jf H. J. SCHLAEPFEB'S New Drug atorsv consisting Of Hair Oils, Fomstums, Cosmetics, Tonics, Ketorativei and Haif .PreserverB. i iAtoo, a large supply of Perfumery, Colognes, Boae, Lav-, ender. Orange and Florida Waters. - Arse, a large stock of Hair, Nail,. Tootb. Cloth, Flesh,, Crumb and Comb Brushes. ' ' ''" Bedding Toilet, Pocket and Fine Comb, large variety made of Horn, Ivory and Rubber. mh!8. - GUSTAV H. KRACH, DYER AND SCOURER, BBJIB BMJBOsVJilt HIB JfWBIJVB MM and Sootrring establishment from Locust St. to First St.. tetwaeaSvramoreand Vine, opposite Moiart H al, where he is prepared to xio all kindj of Dyeing and Scouring lu th i most approved manner. Ho asks tha continuance of old patron- sgs and new. . maiSl-lmd 'aKawUVT I'M TUB. 00 Iba best qnality, for 1 ,"" o ------- -il - - -U-N-i - ' I a. .1 :u 11 -3 4 b . 1 S 8t4 "5 f 6 6 7 8 B 10 Ujl 6 7 1 9 10 111 5 12ll3 14 15 16il7 is!f S 13 115 16 17 I8f - - v,l j... ill : i 2 8 6 8 7 Slli - .H S 4 W -1 f! 8 9 2 9 10 11 12 13:14 15(1 gi ll- 11 12 13 14 15 H - S W 17 18 19 20121 22! jl 517' 18 19 20 21 22 23 i. : ii iTii i h , . r; -v ; lint n i BS 9jl0 11 12 1.1 14115' 10 11 IB IS' 8 23 24 25 ibia- an. j T 121, i5j28 24 ii 26 27 ' 31 .X ... '" 28 29 "JO . ., s UO !. ... 12 3 ..A ... ...13 t 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 - 6 6 7 S i lO lL" 3 fl M 15 18 17 18 1 I S tS 13 14 15 le 17 18 20 21 22 23, 24 25 3H, i O 9 20 21 22 23 21 25' Z1 28 2d 30 ..; .:J t-- 13k 27 28 29 3d tl w:J i i - -,.,! 1 3j ..... L. i ... 1, . 4 6 6 1 1 9M , V 3 4 6 i .8 U IB 3 1 13 iB'17 9 10 11 12 13 ill 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 g 16 17 18 19 2021 22 B 25 26 27 28 29 3031 23 24 25 26 27 28 2:i .12 31 41 5 fi 7 11, . 1 2 3 4-6 0 . g I 6 9 10 111 12 13 14 ll o T 81 9 10 11 1 18 13 r 116 16 n!l8U9 20 21 II H 14 16116 17 18119 20 S 22 23 24T25-i26j 271261 1 fi 21 22123 24 25 86 87 i 1129 30 I .,.5..-;i I - tissue 3911 w'l . I UaUrood Mad (for Vinnnes, Terrs Haute 1 . J f " HUSV VA jBwf JST :TJBJl-Oreen rtfTi A tjrwn o nrTtiatnTiin ' " J 1 "' AOAt Ja Vrinoeton, Washington, Petereburgh j 9' I CT Ta at from 80 to J 1, 20 per, lb; Black 0 tp i Ja AJriVAjR OC iJ US SING 'E TtllT" 1 17113 PC Sullivan, Carlisle, Bockville, Indiana-. u-s I Boo, and war ranted to please, at ' (.1 7' t ai 0 4Q A , M CTDrcT J , 1 ilSl " iLXEdO lis. Cincinnati. LonlsvHIe. "St.' Louis', 1 !,, ,1 jaa28 r ..,Vi -r s , ; VICKIBT BB0.;t Tl , 1. ' J " " IT " " " ' J j . f 1 1 i f 1 BY Cairo. Chicago and other jVorthsrn, Enstcrn, I Mt- CTS par gallon, for beet article of coal I r it( ri;7 .f 1 PR1MEA AO. I ISSURASICE and Western points, and Bailroad Way Offices, oil, at r ' J , TICKEBT BBOtk f ' w wi large ertnlent of seasonable Dry Coodsj I , -; - ;. -:.1N B snrv win MaMtHiiaai.f st.. TA.-.J Aec7:.i ..1l li.i - - BQ M,iu t I to which we would respectfully oali Ills attention loHindle Mail triver) every a'n,da,, ,.; ' B-ww-w-At-w- ; ' ' 1 L-L f"'r customers and the public gecsrallyv I 1 1 1 1 f fl 1 I r '' 1 1 11 1 1 f I " I ' vTl.crsday.ands'kturdiyat;. ' N'- " r....-??01132-- '- W'O OaUo66a. - ' t 1 1 1 1 ! rumuaJi man iriyeiA entrvr a.y -in-ine" 1 r&HK iK.TI H K Off Tff WTJVMJWt A3 eaUby . - 8. trblO , i , GILBERT CO. ..;, :! ,t a. t j fev no Al" WEWaADVEKTlSEMNTS., uity and i j County S ) O r ders i t. .f Vfy llVTTITB- -9 T. 1. V . ..... ... . at i lli it'u't - BCHAPKEB iBTJBSISrS,3, N6. 49 laln street. E TUfi JfJitiT Ttheolryrgoto'tiebl81 -MUtlTJlMiP AJV i , ;-Jt. A.cootra, X?'-v'-P. ( AO0- kegs besti Mewbastte. - - , 1 ----- OCli B. E. OILBEBT A CO. -30O- boxes 6f qus'u' K. OILBEBT ACO.' ' f.-kr SlasLn Ynw K , a l1fgtMli0Jt JTO T A-CB: The Buard "ol County Commiwioners, at Its March Term; l2, desiaredthe Franklla .Street Bridge unsafe n-y imi.i.jii i vnniiwta MPBOVIStON AND PRODUCE 1 Cm-ner Leoist street and Canal, "3-j R fl ?T f: . f : ! ' f '- T EVAN8TTL"LE,t i:6. UHU f .. Cii.'l To enable us to devote eur attention exclusively to tha Provision, and Prtduoa bnainaaa. we -have detarmtned to close out our entire stock of 6BO- Ww- to call the attention .ofwrade' to the fact tPHtwe-wifreeirat tower rates than goods of uwjiy cau vn wxt ewn in nia irgarK-et, and we invite city and country bnyers to examine our atoekbemi purebasfag elsewhere.-i ' ' ' , i ne stocc is wen selected for the wants of tUIa seonenana contains neariv everv thine--kent bv a . wholesale effcvbjisbraepW : Bargains can be bad by ;cairlng-ou Glib. K0STEB t CO., j janSa. j oi ,vi i ObVAer Toou8t mi. and CariaY.''' VA'fMAJbiU .atrJit.WSrOTtiliU lot of thone nice SHAKER BBOOMS a 0heap at29eentaeaeh, at - " VICKKBV BBiOd'., oct21 . ! km tutdt Jo82 WaiJi Street. jaOTTOmBWAillT-I?0ie TJUA.H m. ubjc. ou Dusnels received and to arrive at nth20 -A tr. H. A. OOOITB. W9JHU0JV-8, AtOSAt0, 6i.c. JtsV We have Just opened a laree stock of Bonne t eno Trnnmiag xuDDons,- rreacb JTIowers; Boses, riumes,,itn8neB,ana millinery . Ueods genaTSIIy. ) nev30 -: -t.; .1 w . 49 Mais St WTViftjV 7.1 tierce or tresb Cod fUji, jnul fc . received at ,.f v. ,,-: aa'i . .- j, mti7 - ' IrT.T.TCiTT'a ir..(r yi ' i7 at. Fire -Com nan v. Ko 8. will hold an election lor tnree Trustees, oa tbe 7th day of April, 1862. By order of the President. mh26-td , jel ions, in cans aap floaeos, tor sale by. : i ' ' . .... ' . . i..-r. . ni m l 'a i, V'l ' . ' Ne. 4 6 yea more streeo.' 6 boxes orange l. . ! r.ifi ?lezes bnom, received per Nashville. AfiBJlJVjBAIMBAJSII. ' ... . .. w 2 bbls choice Cranberries, Just received. " Ofv' MSBXXB full weight Star Candles. awefjT 15 boxes extra Tallow do. i 1 , i . a- ar wane oasas just reeeivea. . Tr.jjeAAAMB JDMB-A pleadio assortuea -hT-at just received. Prices to suit the times. Ca Soon aad make yooraeiectiotis. ' -a- VADTIEB r MABC0NNIEB, . ,J QVi'Mafa batWRAtt First anrl RaJinU atroafa" I 26WOV.- .... :- t iU 1 & "" i .v-i B&'A TU OSVIZJi JiOJtJj JBJtJVVrJiVr- JL TUBE.-A very choice article of Sorghum ' lueutraes, jusi recwivea ana toreaie oy " .. .. . VICKEBT BB0S. tOi Ji.t-w..e i ' No. 82, Main Street. v DR. LELANLVS ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND, t 13 'THS OSIT KNOWS BEMEDr EOR" " Rheamatism, (rOct fe Nearald' ,.. ; , Ainj A ctJBB F0B- . -1 - ...i All Mercurial' DfaeARAs. t .i I t , , .... . t . i ' It is a conveniently arranged Band, containine . medicated compound, to be worn around the wais without injury tu the muse delicate persons.- ne coange ln habits or living is require1, and it entir ty. removes- tbe disease from the system, without producing the injurious effects arising from the ust of powerful internal medicines which weaken and destroy tbe constitution, and give temporary relist only. By this treatment, the medicinal eroDertvjs fcentained ia the Band, eom in contact with the blood and reaches ths disease, through the pores el toe Bain, enectlug in every instance a perfect cure, ana restores tne parts amjctoa ee a innUht coBditixn. TbisKanu is also a most powerful Anti Mercurial agent, and wilt entirely relieve the kvw- tem irom tne pernicious enects oi merenry . : AltxJ- erate cases are cured in a few days, and wearecoo stantly receiving testimonials of its efficacy in e' gravated cases of long standing. . Pkici $1.00, to be had of druircists generally, n. can be sent by mail or express, with full directions ror use, to. any partol turn eonatry, direct from tb Principal Office, ; - Bin. 4tOv Brosdway.ncw Y or. G. SMITH & Co., Sole Prop's j n.B. -iveacnpHva v-ircuiars sent tree. A gen ta wanted Everywhere." - " Tor sale ln ifivansville by Keller t White. : .. : i --s ! - 1 ii - ;; ; ' '- ' ' i ' Shbbwoop Douse, Kvansvillo, . " ' ' '' March 26th, lSGli 1 Mr. W. P. Mont . t . Deab Sib: Enclosed find 12.00. I find that your Anti-aihenmatic Band has removed my Bhen mat ism. I am, respectfully, yours, ! ' - L. A. BVBSI, . ap2-lvdAw . . With J. 8. J apneas A Oo. BLUEGRASS NURSERIES. GREAT BARGAINS, A. J.4BGJB J. BB O BTJnSJVT OP Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Apple Trees. $10 per hundred ; Dwarf and Standard Pears from 26 to 40 cents each ; Cherries from 25 to 60 cents each ; Pearhes, Phima, Chestnuts, Gooseberries, Currsnta, Ac, at low rate. Red Cedar fire to six feet, $20 per hundred; Chinese Arbor vitas, three TboVifM',! 4ffir8nPflfe,li UtitSbKme.. American Norway Spruce, Boole n ir aau juniper, an sx iow rates, by WM. CRISP, Ji mh3dlt4w nanaarsviue, Anniana. sJSAO - BisVlBUT A"1Tl TV AS 9. 70 0 buaheis pure seed sweet Potatoes in store and to arrive, at fmh20J JI. A. UOOlL t)., 100 JtOZAiJS JPBMCSH StUUB if" Store and for sale, by " lL'i , VlUh.Kt.lc ujtva.'r '.' No. 82 Main Street. eet4 ffl ITS JBjB4jyr0.-MO boahelB arime white Beans, at . B. A. UOOK B. fnh9l ti'i -'"'' """ LIBBAEY NOTICE. J -l.il , i: rmnjrn .csfJVTP, i mjb uJtuv oa Vanderburgh county, will be open n, and .,...,T,u..lii.. Maacb 25. 1869. -' - 1 ' ' . . vtrTnE msfn "' mh22dl2ww't Librarian . (Volhsbota copy.) l" : I f i i v-n laiJi satus.t bbis., hor- 3 It hum Molasses far superier to the last,, just rmivedaad tor sale ak K-YIOatERT BBOS.t dec7 ' , -. No. 83 Main St. gpiOTTOJV 100 bales for sale . ,t at lot .va,9IT!9 per pevud,riY Qtiautitres. mhlO S- E. GILBERT A CO. jVOTICB. x ' 'TnBOrOSJI, will be received at tbs An Mi di tor's Office until the Slst Inst,, for filling up and renairlng the Road across Wagnon's Crerk, in Persy Township. - Particulars Will be furnished by Mr. David Stephens, Trustee for Perry Town ship.' -' ' ' VICTOR BtSCH, i j i i ,-,'l' n:-!TiT County Auditor. 'BC1XTRJ till PRH&Ajyrli mtJ At AI Vt-'M. JUA WHEAT FL0UB, cheap, at febd VICKEBY'S, No. 82 Main street. - rtJ. 309 boxes German and Pal , for sale Jf tow by E. GILBERT A CO. , l) i.iiV -y . - i i TV . .. a.t. .. . '7 I CJ , mhlo fill i Lcsu t-i r.tr.l iAuov NEW A 0 V E TVs i-men t s . BURGEON DENTllsT, ' 1 BOOMd: ... i 4 Ko. 60 Itain street: next door id BittrotiPt Jewelru Store. : . . . .. , ! JfhB- JX.JEJi&AiSt TJtMJtB .fTMtIB . .method tu inform his friends and tbo Dublic that be has fitted up a new eoit ef rooms or the practice of dentlstrv. Hmln, nr. IH him.Alfnf all'tbe latest improvements in 'the profession, he Joels conudent that heean please all who may favor him with their patronage. All fernoiis wishing theservicas Ufa dentist would dowell tn trim him a call b-fore engaging elsewhere, as he doing worlt 25 ler-"06nt. lower thun'anV dn.ifiat Hn t.ha city. .1 Artificial teeth inserted trn gold, pla tinnmv rnbber and silver, and warranted satisfactory. ChlorofDrosi and eiectricitv - u&ed; rd -xtVActinir teeth. . fet27-6m . i , . FW , , W Mr , U i W . .... im m : . . A3., somethioir thatii eure and win -not avnlorln. only 60 cents a gallon, at Elliott's ,.v,9 1 , . 10,000 pounds sugar 'cured hams. , f ( ' S ( 14'.CN0 nonnd aiils. . - ' I f J 6,1X10 pounds niiualders, just from tne fiinoKe house, at Elliott's.1-'-1 - ' f B.OOa lbs prime toot Lard, iust onen. and tan be seen at tlllott s. , , . 61 bushels large sweet potatoes. r ' I i25.buhs!sKad street potatoes, at Elliott'!. 1,000 pounds of choice Jacobs A Co.'s eeloirated sugar cured dried beef, at Elliott's., , , i- i i-i . t . .- ' - ' I 1,000 pounds dried peaches. 1)000- -'do- do ' apples, Just received at J. P. Elliott's. ,1. ,;. , -; U) l.:. war28 1 irT-vi o jjjw 'JBUUlkSS.' ' f v at tha Book, Store, corner of Main and "irst tiroes? ....... - ; Lejsnne in Life. . .:i The Young Stepmother. , , Margaret Howth ; a Story Of To-Day. , Teach us to Pray (Cummipg). -Sutherlands. , .-..- , ,.,.;J...jniar25' NliiW 8rAvery nice lot, just received, v j v t 'I i : ;OUttAPJKJfiB 4 BOSSINO'B... no. ! plain atnper." BBtSH J0TJTOJ28. j . :u JL 600 bush prime Irish Potatoes. Just received r . fct.i6 i v J - FLLIOTT'S' Family Grocery."" I iTfJUH. tB J4tb Oil,. A splendid Uaort- -aLjr meat just received at. . .vr. r UITTJ mh7 ,,.,.. j .... .. Family Grocery. -r- mTiOJlt, OM,.Coa oil of the' beet qnality, for CV sule cheap at f "j ELLIOTT'S 1 I ) mb7 Family Grocery. -. T1 .J -R.ST. 1 .-- I . "rJAK V- fJi -JUST BAiVAti,WJfSIt Jt w w : t. large tot of Bl ettched Muslins, of ths best and Justly, 'f ijelebrated',' brands bw are sade, in, thlscountrx- SUIIAPKER fc HI SSING'S, .1 sbdhuu .i f i sr..,, ho. IU Main itrMt.'' i am.nnloading at the .Lamaseo Wbarf a supe rior arc ite oi . I Pittsburch CoaL- which I will deliver to any part of tbe city at 12 wi.jr i'isuoi. wane unioaain jr -oraers will De irwirea at r. tioruorooK s Btore or at the Boat. TKHNS CASH. - A, J. nUTCITESOK CO. jan31 . 1 1 k.-ii.,. - ;.! ; . GUSTAVUS HOP,' t 'i Wholesa'a Dealer in ' CAP, LETTER, MANILLA, WBAPPING PAPERS. Printers' Cut Cards, Bonnet Boards, HEWS -AND BOOK PAPEB, PB1NTEBS INK, AC., No. a S3 Main Street, between' 6th and 7th streets, ; CiNCINSATI, HIO. i ' IBST" Higbeit price paid for raes. " mb20-l)2tawdlamw aTiuvoa jum ciiocoi,jtTH ! vLv eo pounds Baker's Obocolate. t . . .. 60 pounds Freuch Obocolate. 60 pounds Baker's Cocoa. ' For sale at ELLIOTT'S. BM VJR. 13 bags, b8t fanned for sale by JSCs, deeia '-' 8. E. GILBEKT A CO, . job law, B. amthkk, (Notary Pnblf L A VV & A N T H E S , a rorrtfti ar t-v am r -ar 3ENEBAL COLLECTION ANDi REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Office No. 87 Main street. ODDosite the Cour House. Evansville. Indiana. tuayl6-d&wly DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. TSMtK BTJVH BXHIP HJKHKTO- M. FOBE exiiting between Henry . Miller and J. Henry Niehaus has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. ' Mr. Wm. J. Deublsr is aothorised to collect the debts due said firm. 1 ; I . . HENRY T. MILLER, J. HENBY NIEHAUS. February 15; 1862-20 ' ' 50 Jt ft XJiJV Coal Oil Chimnies, assorted offered the public in tb'S place. Just received per steamer Lancaster, and for sale at 1 . .... , VICKERX BR03..S febl.f ' ' No. 82 Main Street.' BMStfJBB IOOJLTBV! 600 pouuds, nice and fresn, for sale at futlS ELLIOTT'S Grocery.' B9HEV UJVmV HJMS t BMMBU g 'MA nrtal H satlAT ail" AUA Tth Tt4f tobI6 .y.iS 1-1 ELLIOTTS. TPAtMMt We, Eggs, Butter, and lots of otbe nice thincs,,can be had at.. ' .. dec7 t ' " ' - ' VICKERT'S.' rtWXBJB. Imperial, Young Byson, Guopow- JL der and Oolong Teas, at from 45c tosiw per lb., at VICKEBY BKOS.', , No, 82 Main st. aSMJWJi OA VOJSJrJiHM boxes,, X OOlS 8. B GILBERT A CO.es septt Ne. 2 Main Street. AfiaiJ,iBliJVa' ,CsT B Regrdles of ILy bard times Young America mn-t rl le, and as usual II. A. COOlt is in receipt rf a' fall ssiort meut, tbe first received In the oity tl.ls erasow. : 2 dor.'n .Willow Cbs, without oovers ; ;i j 1 '"2 ' "do "' 'do do with covert: , f f.ti i ' a do "do bn spriups With covers; 1, 2 ' -oo . assorted wood bodycaosy -n-'. ' : i,; , . 1 - do Xonng AmorjuaExesUioron spriniis. At" '"" mU20 ' iB. A. COVK'S. m m it HJivo W ' Shoulders at low pneer, nt r, n . J VH7KKKY JKrn. a IJCI.lt JPOWJtMie. LiW' kta'; Tor sale . CILPKR'f.A. CO.. mhl'l . E. Pittsburgh Coal.; I ttJtsVK J'0 W OJV Jl J A large supply of Pittsburgh Coal, which Iwill deliver at any part oi tne ca ty ai oenra? pr bnshel, ca-b. Orders lett at my office at Litmasco wbai f er at Orr, Dalztll ' A Co.'s ttoro On Water street, will be promptly attended to, - mhSdlm JAS. SWANSON. ' ANTJ afrt-tt TJLIsO leV VJUYIM I, Kit . -26 boxes, Hill A Co., extra tallow Candle; 15 do turnery t son., o s star Candlea; 15 do ! . i i do ' " 7's " do" ' - do;' 6 do do 4's A 6's do., At Dn8 H. A. COOK'S. .emu T ar-a--W-a ri SsVsasaaX-Vf-.--"?!'" .ImmSisb wW fc, g;.' TVUMBER 159. S MISCELLANEOUS. J. W.NEXSEN, C3ZsIO"3Z32??u-Xji mnrtn ktiim ... inmrnTr i x h m. i fib i r; .i i ; OFFICE: IN i VI A fj Q L E HALL. SjU i - k iJ VANS V1LLE, IflD., JTS ."VO tb-PR ft F.I UK It TO TJKS M. Kiakand Isniie Policies in sererjjlof the old est and most reliable losurnnce Companies of the United States. STORES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, MILLS AJiD MASUKA0TOB11CS, injure.! a" tha most favorable ratv. HARIMK A.N1) IN'-AKlJ KAVIQATION Risks takun on FLAT-BOATf, BABGES, STEAMBOATS and their CA RGuES. Also, spplioations rooeivftd for LIFE INST BAWC3.,,.r , Combined Caoital Recresent ' cd, over 15,000,000. umoe, mariiio nail mmuinjj;, Ho. main CAS( ASSETS, JANUARY 1ST.I862, 1 ; $1,99,583 89. ' ' Losses Paid, Upward of OX-dL.p OOyOO O - Tha great publle service, promptness and relia bility of this woll-tried and sterling Company, re commend it to preference with tUose needing In surance. . , ... , ' fcInsn ranee solicited and Policiei Issned by -hetVl t J. V. NEXSN, Agent. fabft -, . Marble Hall Building, No. 9 Main St. (PREPARE IN TIME OF FALL Tiio, Pruits of the Phoenix Are manifest ln the following statement of PACTS AND . FIGURES ! Showing tbe amount equalized to public benefit, in the t7"e,jtf losses paid in tbe West and Sontti, durio.' tbe pat foui years; a Hue of valuable eer- vice, hendrable as well as commendable, snd which Should suggest . . -T 11 To every man who desires to bestow his insurant patronage upon a WELL TKIEU COBPOKATIOIK. 840,277 45 27,622 94 69,174 6tf.... 32,070 08 84,220 13.. ly,323 34 8.66S 1U . 1,167 CM),...... 9,7fi6 ou;.... .. 84,0.' .S.i,MM. 43,ttW 91) , 2(,S32 55 , 27,698 83........ 22,839 43., 3,961 88...... 655 55 OHIO INDIANA ..ILLIN01S...., ......MICUIOAN ..WlSC0Nl5lN....... IOWA ....MINNESOTA JNEBRASKA , KANSAS , ..KENTUCKY ....TENNESSEE , ...MISSISSIPPI ....IlSSO0RI....... ARKANSAS TEXAS. .....ALABAMA. ,.840,377 45 .. 27,(152 94 .. 69,174 66 ,. 3,70 08 S4,X20 13 .. 19,3-3 3 . B.t.M 1 . l,lti7fO . 9,7155 00 . 34,054 Sd . 43,0,i4 9( . 20,h32 66 , 27 698 ffH . 22,839 43 , 3,1 98 555 66 In ike equitable adjnatwevt, and vromvt Cash re- rponee to towea, the lli(A"IX Hands pre-eminently at the) head of ite profession; while it extensive, prac tical, and first-lass bnsinest system of local agenciie, is not eaoelled by any similar corporation in the world. lBsurancles Solicited, aua policies lsnued aud re newed in this leadine Corporation, at tkir rnles by i . J. VV . i Jh. , Uesidant Agent, Ovvtrn: Marblf Hall Hnitding, Ma'n ir-t. M AJLTTAYthtlW, bal-Jd tor am L by 8. E. GILBERT A CO., ocl2 No. 4 Sycamare street. "Union Village," Shaker and other Brotima from 15 to 20c VIOKERYBftOJ. & eiliii M JA'. 60 bushels for nie in auy quautity by S. E. GILBERT A Oo, janll tAUMJVl i 4tMJUVl25 tons rich couutrv Bran, at H. A. COOKS. 73n8 i..-. . Main street. ARTILLERY & CAVALRY EQUIP- . 1VIEKTS. 1A f f setts (hardware and trees complete) ejmF bjv Jv for artillery harness; 2,WV KW IVr VKfttU A4UIJlMlDUb,,auu " increased to any amount at short notice ; . 1000 yds. 60 . n. dble thread enameled duck; 1,000 do. 6-4 enameled drill; 1 2,000 do. 6-4 enameled muslin; . 100 bides enameled leather; 200 do. patent dash leather; 40doK. hog-skin seating; BeKUlation and AlcLellau spurs, swordbelt trim mines and sti-Hp., together with a full asuortmen of stouda in uiy line of t-usiiieas, for caau at low prices. CHARLES BAIiOuCK, nova . . " mr si. 15 Vi,UiTTJKJ' AiXJ'BUmitijir v WW THE JOURNAL, AND DEDICATED THE PUBLIC When night obscurei the light of day, ' ' A Coal Oil Lamp is good you'll say ; ,-. Go where you have the least to pay, And off to VICKEBY'S wend your way . U'hars Oil id Forty cents per gallon, o- A large supply of Lamps you'll find, f styles and prices to suit the mind; 1 There's no light cheaper to be found Not even candles at 12 cents per pound ; So at YI0KERY BROS, be sure to call r To buy a Lamp and get some Oil. If Lard or Fluid Lamp you've g3t, , , We can pat on a Goal Oil top So cheap and nice that you will ponder, And protest 'gainst Flnid and danger; So fetch your Lamps and save your dimes, : ' And thus ecouomire these hard times, jaol .-; VICKEBY BROS., 82 Main st AtOJtIt JTVM CAUBO.V Oil,. 1) bbls received per steamers Prairie Boae and Leb anon, tbe oleareat and nicest yet received, lor sale low by bbl or gallon, at -Jan28' VICKERY BROS. 50 cnjvrrtt jbjc-ji aou x-jmge new B-jef Tongues, at dec28 VICKEKY BROS., 82 Main st. IV Ji bbls beat quality, for sale by ieblS -. S. E. GILBERT A CO. Agency for Soldiers Claims. 'at x" w. jncBBiuB jmjvjj jr. HJfm WHITTLKSY procure Invalid Peolot;i Bounty Money, Arrears of Psy, and Land War rants, under the several acts of Congress Fees moderate, and no part of their charges eoi Tected till the claim is secured. . , OlBceoB tbe north side of Third Street, between w. , . v . ..Ha I nil ina. mam ana ao. " V u-Hr rTr,Kfl!T. fe16 jsconti. a ; wmvcMSMUV etVjyrTnre a) noxc-n ifjjust received at BUSING'S . No. 4! Main arrest. , nec .1.000 lbs new Codnu Just received ' mb20J H. A. COOKS. at NT ;v V' i 'vv JUi vv- J y .:, mi'v- ' -: '' iwi il Ad . v. s ?-i ii g u s c y i aitit!. i V. Si U A.. -.Jf i.l 1- .