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VOLUME XIV.
EVANSVILLE, fND. ERI DAY HORNING, APRIL 4, 1862.
NUMBER 160.
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BUSINESS CARDS.
A. RUSH'S CONFECTIONERY
Removed to Second Street near Main.
TS HJ.VE MEMOVSO M- COJ)TfJBC-
AM. tionery to the above named place, and In addi
tion to my old business bare also opened a ' .
FIRST-CLASS BAKERY,
And promise to my old and new patron that who
ever may give me an order for Cakes and Confeo.
tioueries, I will furnish them in such , a style as
wonld be creditable at the "White How."
A.rilTfH.
feb!9Jm ' Second Street, near Main
J W. BICHA3OS0N. T.r. BBlTTOB
RICHARDSON & BJ?lTTOH,
Livery & Sale Stable,
On Third Street, I
(Between Main and Locust streets), '
EVANSVILLE, IKD.
3G"" Always ready to accommodate.
Isnlt-lyd
C. ARMSTRONG,; s
Successorto V. W. Armstrong,
Steam Furniture and Chair
MANCFAOTCBEB,
And wholesale and retail dealer in all kinds of
Plain and Fancy furniture and Chain,
ff UJ Y-K TUB M.J It U EST, JJY1I
ML one of the best arranged aud ooaduottd Facte-,
nes west of Cincinnati, and can' Bell as tow as any
Cincinnati House. t
Any Pattern desired made to order on short no
tice. Turning of any kind promptly attended to.
s3"AU work warranted to be made of seasoned
materia), and of superior workmanship. Ware
Uooros, No. 85 Main street,
nov3
, . C. SCHMXTT & STARK,
Wholesale and Betsll Dealers in
French, English & American
m
PER HANGINGS,
Ml sUS AN1 PAPER
ilitiKs ail Fixtures, Curtain Goods, Gilt Gor-oir-
r, uj ;.tin Pins and Parlor Mirrors.
do i . id 5 First street, Evansville, Indiana.
mtla-lT
3XE3LOO gltoelo,
(SUCCESSOB. TO SYBELB HUMNEI.,)
W ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY,
EVAfiSVILLE, INDIANA.
ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS,
DP, US Ell M.VJtBKkVt !
Boards, Laths, fre., of every description constant
ly on haul. Packing Bonos of all kinds made to
jrder. : t?wing of every kii.d dune on the shortest
notice. a.rlt-ly
SHBT V. HUM. J. HSV X1EHAV
MILLER & HIEKAUS,
. ' 1I AI Eif IS
X Xli 3T C34- O O JO SS,
BOOXS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, o.
EVANSVILLE. IMDIAHA.
NATIONAL HOTEL,
Corner Main and Fourth Sts,
Louisville, Ky. r ,
T. A. HARROW, PROPRIETOR.
'V ONE DOLLAR PER: DAY. .
PHILIP DECKKB,
S accessor to Pecker h Kramer!,
MANUFACTURER OF LARD OIL,
SOAP AND CASDLES, .
Also an extra article of - !
( .v.v, KJvaiJrji, cam oh.
Dealers in Rosin, Soda, Ashes, fro. Also
., PURE CATAWBA WIMEi
our own raising, in quantities to suit purchasers,
46 JBrnim ttrttf btt. rl JT Somd,
EVANSVIiiS.IND.
' ' V"Term cash, or 60 days' paper negotiable In
sak. - jan20-ly
; JAMES T.i WALKER,
JUSTICE 01 TI1EPEAC1,
ADD j
GENEEAL COLLECTINO AGEH f,
EvantvtU. ndtana.
Office on Third street, between Mais- ted 8ya
Cre streets. ,
- BUNNELL'S:
' (FORMKRLY OF 8TCXLE A HUNNK tL.
WALNUT STREET AND THE CA.NAL,
F.VASSYILLE, IND.
rjKi .Yje tinTAULiBir.nrijyrr
is now is lull operation, with new and com
pli Slacliitsrv of tt latest style, for tlaning aud
I.--V.nf Ltvxilir, PUnint; and Grooving Flooring,
makiin; 1'oors and Saek Motildiat?, . Window
Elinds, ai. J every 1 1! o r ce-tcripttoc ol nork done
In ani-h estatishmaiits.
- All-work at tlwa Mills warranred to be well
done, and will he o;Irtd at the lowest aah prices.
Dry Poplar Flooring and Wefctherboftfding con
tanl ty on taad, anil will be sold for cosi.
BrwkMs and Scrolls sawed to any pastern.
alining and all kinds of Sawing done to order,
aa i iu the most approved style.
WHOLESALE D8ALE& IN
GROCERIES & LIQUORS,
No. WcitFirst tret,
ap2S-ly F.VASfVIIilE.IND.
GREAT BARGAINS ! ! 1
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
Hats, Gaps, &c.
XrE3ElL3SgO OASH.
JOHN J. MERRI1?I?,...--
Successor to
No. lO DLT'lrssi-t St.,
Oftor great inducements to KKTAIU (Iwli CtMtoin
ers in the selection from their Large, New, and
Elegant Stock of Fashionable Dry Geoits, Coots,
(shoes, Hats and Caps, , ;
, AT WHOLESALE PRICES I
LINENS .......... ............ .HOSIERY
W H ITK GOODS, and DOMESTICS
O tiered at 35 ptr emt iess than heretofore re
tiiled at in the city." 'i . I
AH are invited tooome and compare quality and
price with any other house in the city;
. J. S. JAQUK8S A CO.,
aDll-lyd-cl2t 5 No. 10 First street.
6 doxea yi pint werceetersniee cance;
S. K: LEAVIT2, i
Attorney at Law & Notary 'Public.
a ' Office on Third Street, -between
Main and Sycamore, up stairs, - f
. i KVAN8VII LS, IND.
sWWill attend promptly to all kindiof Law and
nowni ousmess. juijj-xj ,
U UtUTICLES Coill Oil or Par
Una Candles and 6 doxen Ovsi Coil Oil
Chimneys not near so apt to break fcs the round
ones. Just reeeived at :
decl9 VIOKF.HT BPOS.. 82 Mainst.
JJ - seea roiaioes, (uo trusbels pure Veshnnock
twrow, at imoajj if. A . COOK'S.
-20 dox. assorted Brooms, receiv-
IfM 10 kitts No.l Mackerel: .
10
6
Received at
do
No. a
do;
do
mess
: mhau
do.
H. A. C00VB.
W Wtl MM IJY bxs extra Bcle.! HerriSg"
Beceived at mh20j II. -A. COOK'S
rglWI MiTTM M-H. Cheap cow fred Turnips at 20
JL cents per bushel, at
if. A. COOK'S.
mhzo
Fine Pur Gloves.
JgPST MKCmVMtU, tiOOIt JH-
kv sortment of Fur Olovas, a suitable present to
vonr friends in the army. Also a nw lot of La
ities' Fsrs. Call soon and make your selections.
.- TACTIEB A MABCONN1KB,
declS ' ' Ho. 39 Main street
r.lISCELLANEOUS.
slight coia,
cuu&fi,acLsn.es.&.
or ' gfcfki .Jh.ta,
i.hU:h might : he ehedked
with , a simple jrerrie&g,
if neg-lected, often, ierprubuzies ssriousLy-
Fein arm aware cf the iinpart&nce cf
stopping-' a AZcuah. "Qri:gfuaAz
paid. dn its first stage ; that which
in ' the beginning would yield to a,
mild, remedy, if not attended to, soon
attacks the lungs. .;
were first introduced eleven years ago.
It has been proved that they are the
best article " before the public for
jlis.thm.a., chtcLf-th., the Hacking
t t yy I. " i r
Kxugn. in. cjL&LLrn l iLuirL , , cwiu.
numerous affections of the J3fh.?aat
giving immediate relief. .
Tublic Speakers St Singers
will find them, effectual for clearing
and strengthening' the voice.
Sold by all (X)ru,ggists and (Dealers
in Jdsdicine, at 25 cents per box.-
Bold in Evansville by -
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KILLEB i WHITE.
Scrofula, or Kine's Evil.
is a con:il uu disease, s corruption of the blood
cy whicn thin Dma becomes vitiated, weak and
poor. Being ia ttta circulation, it pervades the
whole body, n j may burst oat in disease in that
part of it. Mo org aa ia free from its attack, nor
is there ono which it may not destroy. The scrofu
Ions taint is caasoj by mercurial disease, low living
disordered or nnlteaiihy food, impure air, filth and
filthy habite, the depressing vices, and, above all.
by the venerea! I?i:iion. Whatever be its oriffin,
it is hereditary isi the Constitution, descending
" from purest- to children, onto the third and
fourth generation indeed, it seems to ha the rod
of Him who says, "I will visit the iniquities of the
fathers upon their children.
Its effects commence bv deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the
I'm 3s, livnr, and internal organs, is termed tuber
cles ; in the glands, swellings ; and, on the
surface, eruptions or sores. This foul corrup
tion, which genders in the blood, depresses the en
ssrgies of life, so that scrofulous constitutions not
ocly gaffer from scrofulous complaints, bat they
have far lees power to withstand the attacks of
other diseases; consequently vast numbers perish
by disorders which, although not scrofulous in
their nature, are still rendered fatal bv this taint
in the system. Most of the consumption which
decimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many des
tructive diseases of the liver, kidnejs, brain, and,
indeed, of all the org,, js, arise from or are aggrava
ted by the same cause.
One quarter of all our oeoole are scrofulous :
their persona are invaded by this lurking infection,
and their health ia undermined bv it. To cleanse
it from the system we must renovate the blood by
an alterative medicine, and invigorate it by healthy
food and exercise. Such a medicine we supply
In
Ayers's i
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical skill
of ear times can devise for this everywhere pre
vailing and fatal malady. It ia combined from the
most active remedials that have been discovered
for the expurgation of this foul disorder from the
blood, and the rescue of the system from its des
tructive consequences. Hence it should beeinploy-
d for the cure of not onlv Scrofula, but also those
other affections which arise front it, such as Erup
tive and 8m Diseases, St. Anthony's Ftre,
Eosk, or EaT8ipr,i,A, Pimples, Pustules, Blotch
es, Blalks, and Boiles. Tenons. Tettkb and Salt
Khebm, Scald Head, Binswobm, Khxuhatisv,
Sifhilitic and Mxkcubiai, Diseases, Daopsr, De
bility and, indeed, all Complaints arisinu ran
Vitiated ob Impure Blood. The popular belief
in " impuritu of the blood " is fonuded in truth, for
scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The par
ticular purpose and virtue of this 8arsaparilla is to
purify and regenerate this vital fluid, without
which sound health is impossible in contaminated
constitutions.
1ST 3FL 3ZS 9 '
2 1 till CU1Z J ,
FOB IBS 8PKBDT CUB OF
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague, Re
mittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Pe
riodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, and
Milious Fevers, indeed, for the whole class of
diseases originating tn biliary derangement.
caused by the Malaria of Miasmatic ; Coun
tries. ' " ' ' - '
We are enablsd here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
oantiry. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
vrbs-re tbcaa afflicting disorders prevail. This
" Cue e expels the miasmatic poison of Fetes
and A'jet; irom the system, and prevents the de
velopments of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not on-
y the best remedy ever yet discovered for this das
ol computings, but aiso toe cheapest. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within
the reach of everybody ; and in bilious districts,
where Fevek and Ai-"i prevails, everybody should
have 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
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or Mineral, co&aequentiy it produces no quinism or
injurious eflects wouver upon the constitution.
Those cured by it ar iaft as hoalthy as if they bad
never had the disease.. j
Fever and Afcue is not alone the consequence of
the niiasmatic poison. A great variety of diaor
reas arise from its irritation : among which are
.V'Wa.'yd, , v- n-uutfn, 43mt, Headache, Blindnees,
Toot-hwirts, Aai'iicAe, vatarrn, AMnma, 7iqpuatum.
amful A 'r.-ftv of the fipleen. Hysteric, Pain in the
Bawth, Volie, Iaralgsu and JJeraemot of the
tkomaeh, all of whieh. when originating : in this
CHiise, put on the intermittent type, er become peri
odical. This Cube" expels the poison from the
blood, and consequently cures them ail alike. It is
an invaluable protection to immigrants, or persons
travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious
districts.. . If trtkon oconaiooaUy or daily whiln
exposed to the infection, that will be excreted From
the system, aud cannot accumulate insufficient
quantity to ripen into disease. Heuce it ; is even
more valuable for protection thau cure, and few
will ever suffer from lutermittents if they avail
themselves of the protection this remed r affile.
Prepared by Dr. J C. AYER &C0.,
Pole Wholesale and Hetail Asrenta in Evansville:
KkLLkK A WHITE; BIEEBOWKK A PIEHtJK ;
LKICH A CABLSTADT;
and for sale by all dealers and wholesale agents.
Jane 9, 1861-1?. ,
Olaoico
PRU IT-TREES,
H.YJSn HJVTJ Z 8UBVBS,
Evergreens, Roses, &e., &c.
liuuiii iiiu ai tuit saug ax iuis
COLUMRUS
TJ H. S 3E3 3EL ."32" ,
BT - : i
--BATEHAM. HANFORD& CO:, i
- COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Orders raoeivea bf v.: r. uttocGHTON, sole
Agent'
feb3-dw4m
St
JL Tl H Tit MS I HJA.TSMJiTlti!M
be of Saltpetre, best quality, for sale by
X. k v. jaaiiaa.iHr4,
dec38-lm Ko. 6i Main street.
-war-a JTJtS f -vai VM- M mm. mw c ft
Ml hanifl left, oa!y 6 ct. per poood, t
. . m mm m U B sU MlxlilUIil r SJ SU
g Hi Aiiliiuii a swwj m wps j .
nSCJ t . MICM tierce Prime Bie. for
IC mSU - U. A. COOK'S,
iino 73 Main street.
frails, new crop and very hue
MJr just received and for sale by
by -
8. K- GILBERT A CO.
its CJBjyrrs mjbm
VICKBHY BB03.,
No. 82 Main Street.
Ia Bushel, at -
oot34 - , :
rwHAmMi hard times when every
dollar
AC
counts the Deonle like to know whers they
can eet the best bargains in srocetios. and they all
CO to ELLIOTT'S, for be has the reputation of
anderselling everybody else. And bow, that lie
has a large stook oa hand, we do not hesitate in
saying that be will sell at Cincinnati prices.
- marZCi . --
Rates of Advertising.
I Day. I
60
75fl00 1 25 160P175
i Day. 76 1 15 160 I 1 90 I 8 ib 2 90
J Dap. - 1 00 1 50 1 75 i i 25 75 ( 3 25
Da$. .1 25 I t 9t ; . 8 60 f. a l." . t j 4 15
S thiH. I 1 90 j 2 Id I 2 80 I a 6.1 ..4WI490
I Wk. t 1 ft" 2 a5j,8 00 8 7 5 uO j 5 26
2 We-la 2 50 3 75 I 5 00 26 7 5t 8 76
Wfke 3 00 4 60 6 00 760 9 (0 10 60
I Mo. 4 00 G 00 8 00 10 06 12 IX' 14 0
S Ifa't. ( 00 8 75 11 50 13 75 IS 00 18 76
Afo's. 7 6 U 26 15 00 18 76 22 oO 2t iio
1 Ma',. I 8 60 12 75 1 17 00 J 21 25 25 60 29 75
6 Mo': 10 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 30 OO 35 0
i Mo': 13 00 19 60 26 00 32 60 39 up 46 50
2 Mo'l 15 00 1 22 60 30 00 87 60 45 AM 52 50
Advertising In the Weeklr,
One square, one insertion 1 00
" two " ...;. l 50
" - three " ....2 CO
For each subsequent insertion, and fat
each insertion of each additional
' square..... X. 0 bO
Advertisements published in . both th.
Daily and the Weekly Joubnal vrill be
charged the full Daily rates, with one half
the Weekly rate added. . " " i
Business notices published in the local
columns, will be charged for each insertion
ten cents per line.
Charges will be made for inserting the
notices of the following Orders, Societies
and Associations at the rates named, to be
paid in advance. '
Military Companies, Order of Odd Fel
lows, Masonic Orders, Benevolent Societies
and Singing Societies I
For each notice not exceeding 8 Iiops 25
centa for each insertion; over eight lines at
this rate. . . .. .
Announcing deaths with funeral notice
attached, $1 ; without notice, free. ;
Marriage notices 50 cents.
Notices of Festivals, Picnics and Excur
sions, gotten np by individuals or associa
tions, or by churches, at reg-nlar prices.
Advertisements leaded and placed under
the head of Special Notices, f ten lines or
over, will be charged doable the. usual
rates.
Advertisements making less than' three
lines, inserted once in the Daily, will be
charged fifty cents. .
Yearly advertisers to pay quarterly.
Announcing candidates of every descrip
tion to be charged at the rate of $1 50 for
each name ia the Daily, and $2 in the Daily
and Weekly, the same to be, in all cases,
paid in advance. 1
EVANSVILLE JOURNAL CO.
INSURANCE.
Insurance Agency.
ALLEN cThALLOCK!
tCvans ville.
ONDXBWBITEB AMD GENEiiAL INSUBANOa
. : AGKNT,
Abjt.'btub ox- Avebaoes, and Nota.'T PttcLin.
He continues to issue Policies from several Firs
Class &nd most reliable
INSURANCE COMPANIES
In the Cbamfrv, on Inland and Fire Bitli. He wt I
also receive applications for
L1FJC IJSSUBANCa.
Ha will attend to the Adjustment of Losbs
of every description under policies from othei
agencies, and attend to the settlement of all mat
ters connected with INSCBAWCK, for parties in
terested. His long experienoe aa an Insckancb
Age st, has made him familiar with ail subjects
connected with Insurance.
SKay- Office on First Street, opp. Post Office.
ECONOMY AND SECURITY.
The Lorillard
fire insurance co.
. . OF THIS CITY OF NEW YORK,
- No, 31 WALL $t.
Cash Capital-
$500,000
PROFITS ANNUALLY DIVIDED !
75 PER CENT. TO THE DEALERS.
This Company divides three-quarters of the
net profits to the policy holders, in scrip, bearing
interest without any liability to the insured.
OSS' This Company funds its surplus, instead of
dividing it to the Stockholders, thereby giving its
policy holders greater security, and at the same
time cheaper insurance than any other system.
jAKXiijjSi r uiv w uuu, rresiaent.
GEORGK D. CBABY, Pec'y.
"l ' : ; WASHINGTON SMITH, Vics-Pres't.
A. C. Ilallocli Son, Agents,
dsc!2 KVANSVILLE.
INCORPORATED 1847.
iRlKcOilP'Y
HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital,
- - $250,000.
O. 0. WAITS, Sec'y. O. B. BOWEBS, Pres't
a. tx Fill UK, weneral Agent,
: Besiding at Chicago, Ills.
CASH CAPITAL & SURPLUS $327,540.
This Company insures against loss and damage
by Fire on Dwellings and their Coutoats, Stores,
Warehoused, tocks of Merchandize, and all insur
able property at as reasonable rates of premium as
any other solvent and reliable Company, :
, A Jointing Louet fairly and paying them prompliy.
Applications made to and Policies issued ty
A. C. HALLOCK A SON.,
First Street, opp. Poet Office.
. BUgZI-lyd . . . : - IVAMBVILLE, Ind
DRESS HATS.
Our spring style, now ready, is one of the hand
somest ever seen, and by s now arrangement, feet
as comfortable to the wearer as any soft hat. Erery
other conceivable style made to order.
i-iTJ nion'Hats,!
The neatest dressing hats for a young man.
Renfrew '"-&V Magenta Hats.
' Somatbing ttucy.
f fcerti 4.--. i- : . - . .,
$ oft Ha is
Of every conceivable shape and color. Latest styles
Cans! Caps! : Caps
All the leading styles for spring aud summer Just
received.. -- r ;
Infant' Hats & Caps.
A splendid assortment of fancy hats ana caps
spring and summer styles. ,
Boys Sportiu gr H a t s
ui wverjf utnenpnun ana price.
Cassi me ro Hats.
All styles and prices.
Soft Beaver Hats
' For summer wear, as light as a feather, at
VAUTIER & MARCONNIER'S,
Ho. 30 Plain street.
. ' - i T .- PUBLISHED BT . v.'f
JAMES H, KcNKELY. , , '
F. M. THAYER. J
t ; ; j itiO. H. At oS KELT.
UNDEB THE rr&M Or THB
EYANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY.
Journal Buildings, Locust SI.,
JBsfwssa first mm Water.
CALENDAR FOR 1862.
... IT ... 1 2! 3 l! I... 1 2 3 4 5
s e 7 8 9:10 U; I e 7 10 11 12
5 12 13 14 10 16 17 13! S 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
3 19. 90 21 22 23 21 25;' &f!S0 21:22 23 21 25 26
' j 26127 28 29 301 ... I ;;27 28 29 30 81 ... ...
...I I- i !;. ; l a
M-S! 3 4 B 6! 7 8' .1 3 4 6 7 8
S 9;10 11 12 1314 15 gi'ld 11 12 LI 14.15 14
(Z 16!l7 18 19 20!21 22i j Si 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
231x4 25 26 S7j28 ... ; i 24 25 26 27 28129 30
...1 ... 1 I 31 .
it 3 4 l Ih- 1 2 8 4 6
CS 9M II 12 lalij 15 pa.U 7 8 9 10 11112 13
! 16 j 17 18 18 20 ill 22 : a, 14 IS 16 17 18 19 30
S f 23 24 05 26 17 29 2!- ' " ! 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
" -tO 31 ..." .;. ... 28 29 30 .'
: . .. ... 1 SM 8 4 6 . ... ... 1 2 3 4
,4 6 7 8 9 10 U 12 ' 5 6 7 8 9 TO 11
g 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 f g 12113 14 15 16 17 18
20 21 22 23 24 25 2fc i Oj 19120 21 22 23 24 25
- 27 28 29 30 i 26127 28 29 3d 31
... 12 3 t i !... ... . ... 1
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 I zi 3 6 6 7 8
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 B-i S 10! 11 12 131 14 15
1 18 19 20 21 1 22 23 24 j Ih 17;18 19 20 21 22
a 25 2'5 27 28 29 30(31 I ?5j 23124'25- 26 27128 29
. "i "i 3 4 6 6 7 i j ... 1 ' 2 "3 "i "o 6
H 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ! o' 7 8 9 10 H!12 13
g 15 16 17 18" 19 20 21 L W ! 14 15 16 17 18' 19 20
22 2it 24I25-26 2T 28 t a I 21 j 22 23 24 25j26 27
29 30 .I...L.J... i I 28129:30 31 J. ...
rrival and Departure of the
J.VSL .a. X JL-Ji S . . ?
t
! The time here set down is adjusted to eontract
kourt. On tho Biver there is variation according
o circumstances. - r '
TIME OF CLOSING. 1 . . .
Bailroad Mail (for Vinsezines, Terre Haute,
Frinceton, WaKhinuton, retersburgh,
Sullivan, Carlisle, Kockville, Indianapo
lis. Cincinnati, LonisviV.e. St. Louis,
Cairo, Chicago, and other Northsrn, Kastern,
and Western points, and Bailroad Way Offices,
every day except Sunday, at 8 a. it.
Louisville Mail (river) every Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday at 6V P. M
Paducah Mail (river) every dy in the
week except Sunday aud Thursday at HJ-4 . .
Green Biver Mail (for Bowling Grwen aud
way xjinta) every Monday and xhurs
day at 314 r.
Mt. Vernon Mail (land) every Tuesday, ;
Thursday, aud Saturilas 'it 6 A.M.
ea Harmuny Mail every Monday, Wed
nesday, ana Friday at V . H.
Kockport Mail (laud) every Monday, Wed- 1 , '
uesoay, ana naay at iwi.n.
Pelertewyh Mail (way) every Friday at 9-J A. M.
(retersburgh letters, c come ana go i
by Bailroad daily.)
Oynthiana Mail every Wednesday at 1
(Leaves at o a. m. Thnrsday morning.) ...
Military mail lor Calhoun and Spottsville, II r. H.
TIM JC OF DKL1YK1UNG.
lUilroad Mail, every day except Sunday at 7 A . M
Arrives the night before, after offloe houia, . , ;
jHHimtile Mail (river) every - Tuesday, j
Thunid iv. and Saturdav bv I 6 p. M
Paducah Mail, every day in the week except j '
Sunday and Thursday by i a A. si
Green Biver Mail, every Monday and Thurs- :
day by " ''JM
mt. Vernon Mail (land) every Monday, :
Weduesdar. and Fridav bv 1 3 P. it.
Sew Harmony Mail, every Tuesday, Thurs-
(My. ana Saturday by 1 r. .
Bockport Mail (laud) every Sunday at I P. M.,
and Wednesday and snday at 1 a. m.
(Arrives the evening before, afor office
hours.) ' '
Pelenburgh Mail (way) every Friday by : S A. M.
Cynlhiana Mail evsry Friday at 7 a. m.
(Arrives the evening belore. after omce hoars.
SCts-PoMt OfHce opens at 7 A. M. and closes at 7
M. on week days. Delivery closes from 8 to 9
A. si. on weex days during the closing ol the
Railroad mail. Office open from 8 to 914 a. m. on the
Sabbath. . - . - '
JAMES H. McNEELY, P. M.
Evansville, 1 11 d . , May 1, 1861. iuly22-ywo
OF THB
EVANSVILEE JOURNAL.
FOR 186.
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY.
A YEAR OF GREAT INTEREST. :
TtlE Kvansville JouasAb is now in the 27th
year cf its existence. During all that period it
hsi. sought to be in every respect a faithful chroni
cler of the times, the people and the country."
The circulation of tb Jones At. is a gratifying
evidence that our labors are appreciated.' Never
before wt a newspaper more necessary than at
present! No man can fail to understand the Im-
poitance of Keeping up with the stormy times
in which we live. He who does not read new, and
keep informed on the current events of vie day.
will have the failuio to do so for a lite-time
regret. - - -1
OUB &K3II UUIiBKSruatJlCUSi.
Nearly every resident of Iodiana has ' relatives
friends, or lie gb bora in the Grand Army of the
union, lndinnabas tent her armed sous into tne
field by thousauds, and they are now stationed on
the capes of North Carolina, along tba Potomac,
among the mountains of Virginia, or marching
southward through Kentucky aud Missouri.--A
few months may hnd some of tbem on the Golf
of Mexico, encamped before Fort Sumter and
Charleston, or occupying xew Orleans, if nearly
every Division of the army, we have regular eorres.
pond en ts, whose letters will appear ia the Columns
of the Journal. t ,
MILITABlf AMU ENEKAL MATTERS.
. Besides Army Ne ws, our eon ospondents at home
and abroad, will give attention to other matters
that may be of in terest to the pi blic. In the local
columns of the Daily Journal will be chronicled
military appointments, resignations and : promo
tions made fur aud among our State troo, and
whatever else may daily transpire of general im
portance The local columns of the Daily Joubhal
will also contain from day to day items gleaned at
home and from our Indiana exchanges, or military
news in all parts of the State.
STATE- NKWS AND H0HK INTKRESTS.
Not designing or desiring to be exclusively mili
tary io conducting the Jouuhal, attention will be
paid to whatever may be immediately important
to our subscribers. State news and home interests
will always (as they have in the past), receive espe
cial atteution. The Daily and Weekly Joubnal
will contaia telegraphic summitries of the condi
tion of the Cincinnati,. New York and foreign mar
kets. ;
- TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. :
Daily journal, per year... .....85 00
Daily Journal, per welc, . ..10 oents.
Tri-Weekly Journal, per year f 4 00
Weekly Journal, single subscriptions, per
year - . . 1 60
Weekly J enrnal, to clubs of ten, yer year.. '
subscriptions invariably in advance. . 1 00
The usual discount will be made to News Agents.
Address, ' -' ' ' ' ' r
EVANSVILLE JOURNAL CO.;
' . . . KVANSVILLE, IND.
rsno 1 LJi T
J It TICIi K H. J list received at
JL H. J. SCHLAEPFEB'S
New Drug store.
consisting of Hair Oils,. Fomstoma, Cosmetic.
Tonics, Restoratives and Hair Preservers. Also,
a large supply of Perfumery, Colognes, Boss, Lav
ender, Orange aud Florida Waters. Alsoj a large
stock of Hair, Nail, Tooth, Cloth, Flesh.; Crumb
and Comb Brnshes. - '
Bedding Toilet, Pocket and Fine Combs, a large
variety made of Horn, Ivory and Bubber. mh!8
GUST AY H. KRACH,
DYER AND SCOURER,
ermJB MJRJBO VJilt HIS It lTBIJVG
MM. and Scouring establishment from Locust 8
to- First St., letween Sycamore and Vine, opposite
Mozart Hall, where he is prepared to do all kinds
of Dyeing -and Scouring in tn most approvea
manner. He asks the continuance of old patron
Bgj aud new. inaigl-lmd
Or sale by
feblO
S. E. GILBERT A CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
City and County Orders
VJL DBY GOODS, at . v .
- . , 6CHAPKER A BUSSING'.
feb8 -'" . ' No. 49 Main street. '
J'UU THK MUST
theciiy, go to teblS
O O HTJ Kit i.-Y
. , H. A. COOK'S,
C UttUJt 100 kegs best Newcastle,
oc!2 s. E. GILBERT A CO.
U CAJVItLEB 300 boxe? beM quality
irraie low oy - - a. ju. unjBH.141 dtvO.
feb3 .. ,.. ... .. .
H 9 Mil ltjM JVOriVBmXha - Board
MJ0 County Commissioners, at its March Terra
ioai, aeeiarea tne X ran tu 11
fer travel.
Street : Bridge-unsafe
mhia-BtrtftW
v GEO. FOSTER & CO. ,
PROVISION AND PRODUCE
Corner Lecust street and Canal, -
; "EVANSTILLE, IND.
To enable us to devote our attention excluatvely
to the Provision and Pr.doce business, we have
determined to.ckwe out our entiw stock . of GRO
CERl. ' ' . ( ........ i .
Wedeeirc to call tha attention of the trade-to the
fact that we will sell at lower rates than goods o
similar quality can be laid down in this market,
and we invite city and country buyers to examine
onr sxocb; neiore purchasing elsewhere. . :
The stock is welt selected for the wants of this
section and contains nearly every thing kept by a
wholesale establishment. Bargains can be li&d bv
11.- i.. -.ij 'ii 1.-1 . ... '
J an'22 Corner Locust et. and ChnaL
, IT PJtltilt fc .V. l -VO TH At n
cheap at 25 cents each, at
VICKERY BROS.,
et24" - , - . -
No. 82 Main Street.
nrpHTJtTOBiatVJBJBTWOM T.A H A,A
ML USE.
60 bushels received and to arrive at
mh20
! - . 1 H. A. COOK'S.
Jim We have just opened a large stock of Bonne t
and Trimming Jiibbons, rreueh f lowers, KoseSf
flumes, Kuahes, and Millinery Goods generally.
V eOUAfK-BB A UUSStiiU,
nov30 . : , 49 Main St
IO MHO VVU.-r tierce of fresh Cod fish, juat
JL received at
E;mh7 ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
ATI HHHjy JJVU H l it TMiJt Green
OT Tea at from 80 to 81,20 per lb : Black 00 to
80c, and warranted to please, at ' .
jan28 - VICKERY B&O'S.
f g CTS. per gallon for best article of coal
WUoil,at VICKERY BRO?.,
dec7 - - 82 Malu t.
UK MEJUBEMtS Of TUB PJSXOJV
. B. Fir
rs Company, No 2, will hold an election
for three Trustees, on the 7th day of April, 1862.
By order of the President. nib25-td
M. loss, in cans aad dozens, for sale by
feblO , S. K. GILBERT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore streec.
OHjvsyttes jjs'it jujBMojrs.
. 6 boxes orange 1, ;t
" 5 boxes lemons, received per Nashville.
jriltJJVBBMHABgl.
VLV 2 bbls choice Cranberries, Just received.
OC BGX-ES full weight Star Candles.
mmM 15 boxes extra Tallow do. - .
" WWHtTJS BJJY8.o0 boshela prima
war white beans just received. r .
r -MMSh' JTUM8.1L splendid
assortmen
JbLA' just received. Prices to suit the times.
Ca
soon and make vonr selections.
' VAUTIER r MABOONN I EB,
: Main between First and Second streets.
5nov. -
JtTHtrJYIXK BOMB MJtJVWJiC
TUBE. Avery choice article of Soruhum
Molasses, just received and (Or sale by -
VICKKBYBBOS.
oct24 No. 82, Main Street.
t
-Krl-BA-T- C8
DR. ICELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BANI,
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY EOS
Rheumalisiii, Gout & Neural sif
" AND A CCRE FOB
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing
medicated compound, to be worn around the wais :
without injury to tha most delicate persons, nt
change in habits of living is required, and it entirs
iy removes the disease trom tne system, wiltiou
producing? the injurious effects arising from tho ns
of powerful internal medicines which weaken and
destroy the constitution, and give temporary relict
only. By this treatment, the medicinal propertiB
contained, in the Band, some in contact with the
blood and reaches the disease, through the pores of
the skin, effect im? in every instance a: perfect
cure, and restores the parts afflicted to a Leal thy
condition. This Band is alsoa most powerful Anti-
Mercurial agent, and will entirely relieve the sy li
tem from the pernicious effects of mercury. Mod
erate cases are cured in a few days, and we are con
stantly receiving testimonials 01 its efficacy iu ag
gravated cases of long standing.- . . .t
PbicbSI.00, to be had of druggists generally,
eau be sent by mat or express, with full direction
for use, to any part of the country, direct from tb'
.Principal Omce, - . i
Ao, 4UV uroadwsy, ew 101.
G. SMITH & Co., Sole Prop's
N. r. Uescrtpuve Circulars sent Jree.
Est" Agents wanted Everywhere. "
For sale in Evansville by Keller A White. '-' '
, . . . . ... mmmmm t -" j
Shebwood riotrfcE, Fvansville, I
r:Ti ' .. , , . .March 26th, 1861.
Mr. W. P. Morse.' ... . . . ; 1
Deab Sre : Enclosed, find 2.00. I find that
your Ant!-Rheumatic Band has removed my Rheu
coatism. ; I am, respectfully, yours, j -
' ; L. A. Bvs&E,
ap2-lvdiw V With J. S. Jaqness A Co.
B LU E GRASS NURSERIES.
G R E A T BAR GAINS
CJB M.-IBtlK Jt 8S OB TJttBJX'T Of
S jit . ! rule aud OrnauentfU Tm Api.Io Troo..
Sin per hundred ; Dwarf aud Standard Pears from
25 to 40 cents each ; Cherries from 23 to 60 cents
each ; Pearhea, Plums, Chestnuts, Gooseberries,
Currants, Ac, at low ratei. Bed Cedar five to six
feet, 20 per hundred; Ciinese Arborvttae, three
feet, at $20 r hundred; Pitch, Pine, American
Arborvitss, - White Pine, Hemlock, Balsam Fir,
Norway Uurace, Scotch Fir and Juniper, all at low
rates, by . t . . WM. CRISP, :
iiih3dltx4w' Sandersville, Indiana.
&.EAB
8WJEET
fOTJTOBS.-
K9 buehels pure seed sweet Potatoes in store aud
to arrive, at
mb.20
H. A. COOK'S.
100
MiOZBJS fBBSH JitWa AJV
Store and for sale by
VIUfiKriX onus.
No. 82 Main Street.
Oct 24
F, fsHfTK AtEJJS8..lo0 bushels prime
IF white Beans, at It. A. COOK'S.
mh'20 ....)-, ?. -t v - i i
LIBEAHY NOTICE. !
rWWIE COUJYT- XiBSJJir Of
JL Vanderburgh conuty, will be open, on and
after Tuesday, March 25, 1862. -
VICTOR BISCH,
mh22dlw2ww Librarian,
j t , . i . Volksbote copy.l ; in
9 ghum Molasses, far superior to the last, jnst
received and for sale at VICKERY BROS.,
dee7 - , No. 82 Main st.
CIOTTOJV BJ TTMJYii. 100 bale for sale
at 13 CEST3 per ponnd, in quantities.
TOhlO 8. E. GILBERT A CO.
IJOTIOI3.
WJtltOfUfiJSJbS -will hs received at th An
M. ditor's Office until the 31st inst., for filling
up and repairing the Boad across Wagnon's Creek ,
in Perry Township. Particulars will be furnished
by Mr. David Stephens, Trustee for Perry Town
ship. VICTOR BISCH,
County Auditor.
TIITM aUJPBMfAJVE JlJS At BVCB
JUA WHEAT FLOCB. cheap, at
feb6
VICKERY'S,
No. 82 Main street.
SOJ f. 309 box es German snd Palm, for sale
tow by
mhlO
NEW AUVFRTISFMENTS,
D R. 37 FLE AGE &7 T
SURGEON DENTIST,
K00MS:
No. .50 Main Rtre-t, wrl door to Btttroljf'i Juirelry
-fc- - (Hore.
fr.fJISlfK T.3 K Mi a TMia
method ti inform his friends aud theoobUc
that be has fitted up a new suit of rooms for the
prsoticw. of dentistry. Uavinir availed himself of
ail the latest improvements iu Hie profession, lif
feels continent that he can please a!l who my fivor
hjm with their patronage. All persons wishing
Ihe service of a dentist woud do well to give him
a call before engaging elsewhere, as bo is doing
work 25 per cjut. lower th-in anvdejtist in tho
city. Artificial teeth im-erteJ on gold, platinum,
rubber and silver, and warranted tatUtactory.
Chloroform and electricity cted in extracting
teeth. - -' . foh27-m
WM lti ifJifA'iM Of tJelTiiri.',
At somethiu that ii pure and will not explode,
only 50 cetitsa gallon, at Elliott's.
: 10,0ft0 pounds sugar cured liarus. 1 . v
. li,0"0 pounds sides. . , . . s",
5,00ij pounds shoulders, jnst frcm the 'smcke
house, at Elliott's. , x
6,000 lbs prim.j leaf lard, jmt open, and caa la
seen at Elliott's. - .
5fV bushels larire swet potatoes.
25 bushels seed sweet potatoes, at Elliott's.
1,000 pounds of choica Jacobs A Co.'s celebrated
sngur cured dried beef, at Elliotl's.
l,fW pounds dried peaches.
liOoO da do aonles. inst
r.'Ci-iv. c at J. P.
Elliott's.
mar26
; NEW BOOKS.
9 VST BBCBgVJBn - T!KJT..
at the liook More, corner of ill ain and f'i.t
streets:
lesions in Li.'.',
j The Young Stepmotlier.
; Margaret ilowth ; a Story f To-D.iy.
Teach ns to Prsiy (CuaimiDg).
Leisure Hours ia Town.
1 Sutherland!. marJS
SCHAPKER & BUSSING'!?
" NO. 49 NIA1H STREET.
J!1f,9Mi MiJP'JS JUST HBVMilWfU -3
If V . larqrn atsortmentof seasunnh!e Drv Goods.
to wniru we would respectfUliv call the attention
of our numerous customers and the public generally.
-Lm" o 77- Calicooa(
A very nioe lot, just received, at j
" SCHAPKER BDSSING'S,
fol8 : No. 49 Alain street.
JgUllilt M'OTJITOMSa.
600 bush prime Ir'sh Potstoes, Just recoivd
fel 15 KLLIOTT'd Family Grocery.
-A splendil ussort-
KLLIOTT'S
Family Grocery.
JmA ineiit just received at
mh7
atiojiMj
sale cl
Oil. Coal oil of th" beet quality, for
cheap at ' ELLIOTT'S "t, . t .
E.1,7
Family Graoerv.
1 . ..
Bleached MuslmsJ :
E,'9H lt-1 Vft JUST HKVMiMVMilt Jl
v Urge lot of Bi cached MuhIiu. of tha best
and jnstly " celebrated' brands that Hie made ill
thiscouutry. s iaAI'KEK Bl.SSING'S.
IeDS
No. 49 Main s.reet
COAL!
COAL!
V a-r- -
jLi;- ti'i:- rtiS-r -Axut. i3t&st& tSJ--
Q MAVJi JUST BECBlVMtU JtJVIt
BL am unloading at the Lamaaco Whiarf a supe
rior art "Je cf
Pittsburgh Coal,
liich I will deliver to any part of the city at 12
ents per bushel. While nnloainjr orders will be
recie.l at P. Horubrook'a Kinre or nt the liont.
TERMS CASH. A, J. HUi'OHKSOK CO.
jan'-tl 1.
GUSTAVUS HOFi
Wboleta'e Dealer in '
CAP, LETTER, MANILLA, WRAPPING
PAPERS,
rinters Cut Cards, Bonnet Boards,
NEW3 AND COOS PAPER, PBINTF. K8 IMR, AO.,
No. 282 Main Street, between 6ih and 7tlt streets,
Cincinnati, chio. ,
RS" Highest price paid for raes.'
- mh20-l2sawd lliimir
C10COJI VHO COMMIT El
' t,0 pounds Baker's Chocolate.
- 5'J pounds French C hocolate.
60 pounds Bali er's Cocoa.
Fer sale at
ELLIOTT'S.
11'
UP IS bM:S. best fanatd for sale by
Jeel2 8. E. tilLBKKT A CO.
tUIDi LAW,
L A W" &
M, . .!( ..,( Notary 1'nbii
.1 1 1 i"i 1 1 r- r
ji 11 i n & d 1
. ATTfMI.N V; S AT LAW,
3KNK.EAL COLLECTION AN D REAL ESTATE
AGKK'l.i.
tffl( No. Siani ?:re45t, opjwite the Coa
Honsn. Kvanaviitn.. Indiana. mnylH-dAwlv
DISSOLUHOK OF PARTNERSHIP.
BfWB f.1ll T.VttnsHIP HERETO-
JtL FORE exiitlne between Hanry F. Miller
and J. Henry Niehaus has this day been dissolved
by mutvial consent,
Mr. Wm. J. Deublor is authorized to collect the
debts due said firm.
. ; , ..... HESHY F. MILLER,
J. HENRY NIEHAUS.
Fetuary 15, 1862-25" -
50
sizes, tcmpriaiug some new kinds cot
yet
per
offered fie public in th.s placa, juet ruc.-trea
steamer Lancaster, and for sale at
VICKERY BROS., .
fL.Ll 1 No. tte I-Jtt atrt.
1J
KH8tAigi fOVAjTHX! i
600 pounds, nice and fresn, for sale at
feblS- . - - ELLIOTT'S Grocery.
Tl EE MY JtmYit UJl.rlM
MJt 500 pounds sngur cured Beef,
2,000 lbs
hams for milo at
ELLIOTT'S.
feb!5
fffllUM H Egg, Butter, and lota ot ether
j nice things, can be had at
, dec7 . . . . i - . VICKERY'S.
tmE-S.a. Imperial, loung Hyson, Gunpow
jBl der aud Oolong Teas, at from 45c. to gl CO per
lb., at VICKERY BROS.,
No. 82 Main st.
88EJU;B VOVEEH to boxes,
e riv
S B. GILBERT ACO.es
No. 82 Main Street. .
ocl2
sep6
CytttZMtREJVS' -C It a. Regardless of
hard times Young America luuit ri ie, und as
usual H. A. COOK is iu rex-ipt i f a full esort
meut, t!ie first received in the city this season.
2 dzn Willow Cabs without covers ; . ,-.
' 2" do do do with cover: ,
; i J do do - "do- on sfrrhips with t over?; "
. j a .do assorted w d body cabs; "
1 do Young America Exceliior 01 springs.
At " ' mfiJli ' If. A. COOKS.
re. m e a it - ti .v rtJi.'ns
JlJVJlt
W -t-honlders at low prf.-eff, at f
d.-28 . : . , VICKERY KO.
BlfLE
fO WtlEKilW
kef, tor sale
km. bv fmhlol .S..K.
GILBEiiT A CO.
- Pittsburgh Cpal.;-
1
it .s i 1: j'ot- o.v 11 .1 is
larirf! snrply of Plttaburprh Coal, which iwill
deliver at any purt ot the euy at 9-nts par
bnebel, ca-h. Orders left at my tflii-e at Lamaauo
wha: f er at Orr, Dalzrll & Co.'s nt re Ou Water
street, will ba promptly attended to.
mhgdlm JAS. SWANSON".'
",taiu juris TJMiowy7j7jl;ti,E.
0P 26 boxes, Hill A Co., extra taliow (indle?; .
15 do Emery & tfou., 0"s ftlar Cauiiles;
15 do do 7's do no;
6 do d 4's A 5's : do.
At JjanSJ A- COOK'S. .
MISCELLANEOUS.
J. VI. IIEXSEN,
3- HI KT 323 IFL -A. Xj
OFFICE: IA UARELE HAL-.
KVA.VSVlhLE, 1XVO.,
f .VO J" l. S'.i HElt Try TJKf)
ks aud isfim p.iiici'! ia several of the old-
"t an I r.- ; roln.l 1
I i 1. r!". !
Mlil 6 AJSO MAX I "
mum. favorable rate. 1
jinnce Comimnies of the
-. - K DWELLINGS,
Iv, insured h th
: AMD INLAND
- ' - 'tl N 1;
( l. j fa FLAT-IMJA1S,
BA!.j:..i,i!TKi,
, eir CA RGOK-i.
far LIKE I&SC-
Aifo, aT)i( 4r;.Txoi'3
KA 1
Ccmlinoi C.iIt al Represent-
over LO.UuOjUUUs
-yU :,'-.:-, Marble Ifail Buii
ling, No. if JVJuin St.
"! NC 'J
CASH ASSETS. J4rUAHYiST,18S2,
iil,j4, j i e9.
Losses Paid, L'-ard of
S14,0 OO , O O O.
The treat publ c "rvi ,;. 1 .a aril reHa
tiility of this wfU-tr tl nnj - . Company, re
comntbnd it to prefereaca mih tuoe neediag Ia
suntnee. ""lasnrance solicited ami P
st issued by
j. . r: zazh, -Ag-nt,
fobO Marble It IllMi' . . No. 9 Main st
PREPARI2 II.
i n A 1 V"i:!,P
TIME
OF FALL
1 I 1 A Hi a1w
.a y
ITiiailS A AO. 1 INSURANCE
UF HARTFORD, CONN.
Tho Fruits of tho Phoenix
Are manifest fn the following statement of
FACTS AND FIGURES !
Suowiug the amount equalized to public benefit, in
the shape of losses paid in the Went aud South.,
during the past foui years; aline of valuable ser
vice, henorable as well as commend able, sod wliioti
should suggest
T U E
To every man who desires to bestow Lis insurance
patronage ujion a
WELL TUIEU COlll'OTlATIOS.
540,277 45.
OHIO
INDIANA.
. ILLINOIS
...840,377 45
.... 27.M2 94
.... 09,174 66
... S2.U70 08
.... 84,220 H
.... 19,323 at
.... 8,053 1
... 1,307(0
... 9,7t;5 OO
... 34,054 3f
... 43,0f4 i
... 20,r"32 55
... 27 0H8 83
... 22,833 43
3,yl 68
665 55
27,622 94.
a,174 6U.,
32,670 (18
ai,2JJ 13
19, rfti3 34
8,053 10 ..
l,lo7 0O
9,705 On
3,04 Sii.....
43.054 9o
20, b32 65 ,.
27,098 83
22,i3S) 4J
MICHIGAN
....W I SCO ;-ii:i
IOWA
...MINNESOTA .
....NEBRASKA
KANSAS
.KENTUCKY
..TENNESSEE
..MISSLSftiri'I
...MISSOURI
...ABKANSAS
3,61 68....
TEXAS.
656 55 ALABAMA.
In the equUahXe adin$tmeitt. ami prompt Cash rs
eponse foe, the JlxCKAilX stands pre-eminently
ailhe hxid of He profession; tchile Us extensive, prac
tical, ard first-class bnsinetss system of local agtnuies, is
not excelled by any similar cm poralion ia the world.
Iusurancies solicited, and policies idnued aud re
newed in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by
J. W. ftEASKA, Kesidut Agent,
Officr: Marble Hall Hnildinsr. Main "fret.
V r.V' MSJtrTltViit l'X.i bales lor sal
by S. E. GILBERT A CO.,
OC12 JSO. eycamare sireei.
'ff 9 BOOJu. l .' UlMOJrtti! A Miect lot of
Ali "Union VilUgfl," aaatt.-r and other Brooms
from 15 to Hoc. VI'JKEKY BBOJ.
Sjr.iJttJSil it :,ii ti;-i."ls lor sale in any
quantity by S. E. GILBEBT A CO,
janll "
mm -" m lu.ws
Mji iuk, at .. H.
7.ids
t i.i rich countrv
A. t'OOKS.
Main strwt.
ARTILLERY & CAVALRY
EQUIP-
MEuTS.
-a jfs rg f setts hardware "aud troes complete)
jkmlt'3'ti0 for ai tujery harness;
' 2,000 setts (do.) for Cavalry Equipments, and
incretwa to any amount at short notice ;
1,000 yds. 6" iu. dbie thread enameled dutk;
l,iiO0 do. 6-4 enameled drill;
iOOO do. 5-4 enameled muslin;
100 hi'ioa eaanieled leather;
290 do. Hcterit dash leather;
40 dos. hog-skin seating;
BeguUtion and McLelian spurs, swordbelt trim
ming and ' m 1. together witii a fuil assortmen
of goods ia my lice of business, for cash at low
prices.
nov8
tUAUUIL3 XJAlSU'll. JV,
Water st.
Rf .ihiriTTi'J.V
Mi KfJlJi aad. w J-"
9 9 THK JOUBNAL, AND DEDICATED
TDK PUBLIC
Wbeu night otcures the light of day,
A Coal Oil Lamp is good you'll say ;
Uo where you have the least to pay,
And oflT to VICKEEY'S wend yo.ir way
Where Oil is Forty cents per pal Ion,
And plenty to supply the million.
A larite supply of Lamps you'll Cnd,
Of styles and prlrs to suit the mind;
There's no light cheaper to bo fouuJ,--Not
even candios at 14 cents per pound ;
So at VICK.EBY BROS, be sure to call
To buy a Lamp and get some O.i,
If Lard or Fluid Lamp you've got.
Wo can put oa a Coal Oil top
So cheap and nice that you will ponder.
And protest 'gainst t laid and danger;
So fetch your Lamps aud save your dimes.
And thus economise these hard times.
, jau7 VICKKBY BROS., hi Main st
CttVA tJ'tl lAliUO.V OtZ.l) bbls
' -received per steamera Prairie Boe and Leb
anon, the clearest and uice't yet roteiTod, for sale
low by bbl or gallon, at ,
jan8 . . , TICKERY BB03.
50
CEJvrm mjvu.
new Beef Tongues, at
J OU JjJ.lt HE
riec28
VICEEliY BROS., f2 Mnin st.
t ate At l 50 bbts beat quality, f
r saie by
S. E.
GILBEBTA CO.
Agency for Soldiers Claims.
y w. .ncituiiiii JiJs'it r. . -
WJfm WHITTLES Y procure Invalid PeDB!nn,
Bounty Money, Arrears of Pay, and Laud war
rants, under the several acts 01 Coujrres.
Fees mwlerau-, aad 110 part of their charges eoi
lected till the claim is secured. i,,,
Otliceou the north sida of Third Street, between
Main and Locust, Evansville, Indiana.
.Tints n 1 1 ' c o. " ' . . ...
ei t J err t
-iXl uozen
A BUKSING S,
Io. 4'J Wain street.
dec!
.l.utsi IM new Codiiti just received
mb.20 if. A. COOK.
at
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