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3aggBi nw,''T"'1 :TmiTMataM- . EAN&W!:. DAIJLF J OU IEJ AIL, IL JljLsDa VOLUME XIV. r EVMSVIHiE, END. SATURDAY HORNING, APRIL 26. 1862. NUMBER 179. BUSINESS CARDS. ATi. A. RUSH'S CONFECTIONERY Removed to Second Street, near Main. fiura un.no v-jsd -wi cojs-vec. M. tionery to the above named place, and in addi tion to mt old business have also opened a . x FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, ' 1 And promise to mv old and Daw patrons, that who- arer nay give ma an order for Cakes and. Confec tioneries, I wilt f urn (eh them in such a style ae would bo creditable at the White Houw." A. BUSH. ' febl916m Second Street, near VJnin. C. SCHMITT & STARK, Wholesale and Retail dealer in French. English & American APE R HANGINGS, MUSLIN ANU PAPEE - ihadea and Fixtures, Curtain Goods., Gilt Oor tioes, Certain Pins and Parlor Mirrors. No. S and 6 Tint street, XviosviUe, Indiana. aprl9-ly - Jamos Steele, (DOCBOaXO CTBBU SUSIKEL.) . . ' 2d ST., BET. CHESTNUr&CHERRY, EVANSVIL1.E. IKDIANA. ; ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, ItBBSBBD f.VMBBB, Boards, Laths, c.,of ovary description ootwtant y on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds' made to rder. Sawing of every kind dona on the shortest otice. - - - - aprl8-ly NATIONAL HOTEL, lorner Slain and Fourth Sts., Louisville, Ky. - T. A. HARROW - PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. - nov2l-tf ' - PHILIP DJfiCKEB, (Sucoessor to Pecker A Kramer), MANUFACTURER OF LARD SOAP AND CANDLES, OIL, Also an extra article or IBJYIJVf. KJYVHJYM, sT CJB OIL. Dealers in Rosin, Soda, Ashes, o. aim PURE CATAWBA WINE, nr own raising, in quantities to suit purchasers, 8 Jtlaim elree$f bet. ftnt M Sesomd, EVAN8VILLE, VST). MTTwmi cash, or AO days' paper negotiable in ick. . JanaO-ly JAMES T. WALKER, 7" USTICEOI THE P A C I inn GENERAL OOLLECTIN3 AGES , , Evantville, ndiana. Office on Third street, between Alain wu Sya- re streets. - - . r - HUNNEIrL'S (FORMERLY OF STEELE A HUNNELL.) Ploorlns TClilo, oo&Nia or ; rALNOT STREET AND THE CANAL, EVAKSriLLB.IND. ' " rBIB JVJBU B8T4BLI8ttJHBJsT is now in foil operation, with new and com eta Machinery of the latent stylo, for Planing and resting Lumber, Planing and Grooving flooring, aking Doors and Sash Mouldings, Window lads, and very other description of work done sock establishments. ------ - ; , . Ail work at these MiHs warranted to be well and ill he offered at the lowest cash prices. Dry Poplar Flooring and Weatherboarding eon totly on hand, and will be sold for cash. Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern, slitting and all kinds of Sawing done to order, -.1 In the moat approved style. i - r -; WM. HTnSTELT.. WBOLBBUI DIAIiIa IN - rROCERIES & LIQUORS, No. H West First street, ap85-ly . EVAKSYILLK.IKD. iREAT BARGAINS I ! I IN )ry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c. JOHN J. MERRITT, . ,. ... Sueeettor to fer great Inducements to BKTA.1L Cash Ouetom i in the selection from their Large, New, and egant Stock of Fashionable Dry Seoda, Boots, oes, Hats and Caps, ' ' . AT WHOLESALE PRICES I - tNENS... ...... , ..HOSIERY HITE GOODS, and........ DOMESTICS Tered at 95 per eeml It, em than heretofore re lied at in the city. : : -AH are invited to come and compare quality and ice with any other bouse in the eity. .J. 8. JAQTJKS9 CO., aptl-lyd-clS " . . o. 10 Flrststreet. 9 6 dona pins Wercestershiee Sauce; 9mJU JUTlCtM. Coil. OU or Para W nna Cfvniilea and 6 dozen Oval Cail Oil ilmneys not near so apt to break aa the roaud es. i usi recivea ai ieclfl TI'KEBV BPOS., 82 BTairt. (W TTJiJyrTMOJV T MM H M Karly Z seed Potatoes, 700 huehele pure Neehanock tatoes, at mh20 if. a. cooir$. 3 BOOM 9. 20 dos. aurtjd Brooius, receiv ed at Imh'JUJ ' H.A.COOK'S. -mmjCBlBBKIi MJV MITTH 'fM 10 kitta. No. 1 Mackerel:. 10 do No. 2 do; 6 da mess weivedat . - mh20 do. n. a. ccol's. IMtMMiJVti. 50 bxs extra scaled Berrinir: a DDia uo sail uerrma;. mh20 H. A. COOK'S' "Ceived at W1 VBrMJP . Che p cow fred Turnip, at 20 BL cents per busnel, at . a. A. COOK a. mh20 Fine Fur Gloves. , . mvBT uiivn tvti n, . seo j. 9 sortment of Fur Gloves, a suitable presen t to or friends in the army. Also a Bear lot of La- es' Fsrs. Call soon and make year selections. TACTIEB A MAROON NIKS, declS ; No; Main etreet- niCJBl MICH I i tierces Prime Rice, for ieV.aale at , ;-H. A. COOK'S,- Jang - ' '- 73 Main ftreet. VICKERY BROTHERS."" W.JLOFB. loO bgs and tf bbla of extra fam. U ily flour, manufactured from, white wheat, id warranted to give satisfaction, . for sale at ickery Bros., No. Hi Main street, . EGGS. Four doaen for 25c, at Vickcry Brca., 82 aln street. . . - ; . FISH. No. I Salmon, Mackerel, and Codfish. Vickery Broi. BACON. Nice new Bams, Sides and Shoulders, Vickery Bros. . GABDEN SEEDS. 19 boxes new Seeds from e Shaker Garden. Also, It bushels of Onion tta, for sale lew, at . . TIOEEEf B&0S, .. a arai -; 8 1 Main Street. g JAmnH uracil r wvjvtuv jS. Knit Socks on hand, worth from 25 cents to -cents, at . S02LAPE.EB A BTJSSINGS. anr2J Ne.4!Mala Street fist JtiXutHJVrra Merchaata reeeiviag orders lor Coal Oil Lamps, can have them led a VICKEBT BUOS., 82 Mala St. (eblS At a very low price, at H.. J. CHLAEPFER'S uly29 Ksw Drug Store. "T9ITCU. 5 bej-rels best Navy, for sale by tffJjaBCBtt JJmU Ji t Ay J Jf IM Dairy Cheese. 200 bxs, choice quality, for la by . S. E. GILBEBT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore street.. HERRI KG. 100 bxs best, for sale by 8. B. Gil- art A Co. i TOMATO CATSUP. 25 boxes, one doaou eacli. Tsale by 8. E. GilbertCa.- - STAB CANDLES. 700 boxsa, for sale tow, by S, L Gilbert A Co., No. 4 Sycamore street. - - - apriia - MISCELLANEOUS. BCERHAVE'S IIOLLANDBITTERS, Liver Complaint, Fever & Ague, &c Tsri suooessfnl Introduction and nee of this cele brated Remedy has been the signal for a literal flood of compounds called " Bitters," offered in various forms, from a quart bottle to a five-gallon keg, un til this word " Bitters is but another name for " grog," or some villainous whisky mixture. But the really great relief derived from the coin, nta dove, one teaspoon ful, of our medicine, Bcerhave's Holland Bitters, and Of ftirtabtmet of aflsr prmtratUm, has estab lished fur it a reputation which the host of imita tions and counterfoils have failed to undermine thia positively vegetable preparation, with barely suffi cient pure spirits to preserve it. But one size of the genuine (Half-Pint Bottles), price Ons Doll. It is a medicine of lon tried efficacy for Pvrfp fn? Ike Blood, so essential fur the foundation of good Health and lor correcting disorders of the stomach and bowels. Two or tli roe doees will convince the afflicted of ita salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain its strength, a healthy action of the Uvor, bowels, and kidneya will soon take place, and renewed health be the quick result. ftr MjyriiMUHBTMOJV, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. for MiJSJ H TH UH 'fry Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Mfor JC-rOMTW, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Jor UTJTJK BUMJbff, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. 'or MEJUJCHU, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. for AO 8 8 OJf JtPPXTITE, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. JFor C'OSTI VJKJYJX g,. Try s-m Bcerhave's Holland JBitters. for jrilsAti, Try Bcerhave's Holland rBitters. In all Nervous. Eheumatio, and Neuralgic Afleo- Done, it nas in numerous instance proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. Read Carefully t . ' The genuine, higbiy-ooncentrated Bcerhave's Hol land Bitters is put up in half-pint bottles only, and retailed at One Dollar per bottle. - The great de mand for thia truly celebrated medicine has induc ed many imitations, which the public should gunrd against purchasing. : - Brwart of imponilion See that our name it th4 label of every hottlefouhiijf. -' , ; Benjamin Page, Jr., & Co., ; KELLER & WHITE; : : --"A QEAFTS, EvatumUe;Ind. Oiioloo ; i t FRUIT T R EES, r . o ujyrjtjnujvTjt i, sub van, Evergreens, Roses, &c., 8tc. O0LTIVATED AND FOR 6 ALB AT THIS ' COLUMBUS BATEHAM, HANF0RD?& C0.'J 1 OOLUMBU8, OHIO. ; Orders received by C. F. BR0UGHT0N, sola Agent ; fb3-dw4m Soldiers9 - Claim BEN. STINSON AND JOHN TENNIS, JtVANSVILLS, lND., Procure INVALID PENSIONS. BOUNTY ' IION1- EY, ABKEABti OF PAT,-1 and Warraata, ni other Government promises for claimants justly entitled. No charges until eiaimaare secured. . Orrtcc : On Third Street, near Main. . . . Administrator's Notiee, a fBjQO- AUH is hereby given, that-the under V w signed has been appointed Administrator of. the estate of Edward Maidiow. deueaeeeV Said e&- tate is supposed to be solvent. . f : . - v march -Aid, IStiA. AOWAKD MA1UL0W.. mar24-ltd-3tw . Administrator's Notice. - y"JLKTCJB is hereby given; that the nnder: OJ V signed ha. been appointed Adminsitrato of the estate of Phi ip II. MaidloW. Said srat4 i supposed to be solvent. All persons having claims against the .state will present their bills to me, and all those indebted to the estate-willsrtt'.a vviib. me immediately. liDWA KD MAID LOW. - marxb-iitw ... -3 -- . 2 GEO. ! B1TTR0LFF, WWJIVMJSe JV8T B K T UBjrx JlM. from the Eat, with a well selected stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, aud BUverwrrtv offers his stock as low as the articles can: be" bon(rtt in large cities. Gold Watches, from $150- dawn" ta $20. Silver Watches irom $90 jlown '.to 10 Clocks, from (50 down to $1.75. 'freits Df Jeweliy, from $50 down to 60c. Bracelets," from $UJ dawn to $2.50. ' b 'sux "f t Finger Rings, Breaitpius, Far-ringSk from SIX down to 25c. Silver Table and Teaipeens, Eoup-. LadUt, Cream Spoon, Butter and; Fruit Knive, Sugar Tongs Salt and Mustard Spoans, all sold -lower tb an usual. - t-- . . . s,- Silver, Stwl and German ' Silver Spectacles, Xa-' die' fine Wire and Shell Porremonaiw, tsiiver aeff' Tortoise rhell Card Caws, Gentlemen's' Porseraml Portemonaiea. , . '." ", ' . K. fiobinson's Ii.dezical',: Silver Soap, for. 'cleansing Silter cr Plated Ware, the-best thiug ever used. f- .. , " . - : ' " Gold Guard and Vest Chains, Gald Peiis, Plated -Ware, Caetore, Ac. Lathe and silk Guard" Steel Chains. Goggles, Beevtr s- and others,.Therm0m eters, rc , all of which he offer at' low figures. . Call and see before purchasing.' elsewhere, and satisfy yourselves of the lact. ,- r nr 21, "; IS (Cat s MKJt r fUUU B. on sack. Buck wheat Flour. Extra, at . Jang H. A. COOK'S. W9-BJJ ! Six tonaof that rich country bran, mJm Ju.t re.-eived, and for .ale at , febl3 VICKEBY BROS., 82 Main St, "CALDWELL'S." TFBAJBTJK-KB CJI g. Mt fJ Mj ft IB JL selliog for cash, and as law as any other house iu the city, pure Olive Oil, warranted pure and no humbug. - 60 dosen I and 2 quart can Cove Oyster, just re ceive,! at Partner Caldwell's, No. 9 Kirn street. 10 doren fresh Lot stars Jiut received at No. 9 First sti eet. ' FBEH SALMON. 10 Oowrn just received a no. is m iri( street. PINE APPLES. 10 dozen in can or jar ; 2 dozen can Blackberries: 60 do hi. and hi can sardines. just received and for sale low by PABTNEB CALDWELL'S, ap23 No. First street. CHOICE POTATOES. Cf)r BU8HMM.8 CHOMVJS JOT41- 9P XW Hjf TOES received on consienment and for sale by bHAUPE A CO. apS3-dlw ojflilinertj Goods '." : at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S, NO. 49 MAIN 6TBEET. -a-myJB hjivb jvou ji jjuem - wy stock of trimmed and untrrmmed Bonnets, Data, Flowers, Bushes, Bibboas , Nets, Ac, and constantly receiving. Having a skillful trimwaer engaged for the sea eon, we will trim Bonnets and Hats at short no tice. 8CHAPKEB A BCJfcSING, ap23 No. 49 Main street. li- Lsavitt (Notary Public.) S. K. Hoaaa aoox ' LEAYITT & H0RHBR00K, t AtttpnienSiOt Matv EVANSVTf.t.-! IMIi -.1 ? " Collection and Real Estate AfrenU. .Will attend? aiso w collecting Soldier.' and Government claims af every description. Officeon Third Street, bet. Main and Sveamore. . mar28 J 7f7J -V" MUTTMB.S doaen nice' jSLA fresh Eggs for 25 eeats. aad 2 nonnria nhnin. Batter for a quarter, at V10KKBY BRUM. No. 82 Main street. Rates i of t AdTertistog.; f-l-f I 4 vy 1 Day. ) , 60 78 1 00 i 85 t lo 1 7 1 Day. I 78 I I 1 1WI 1 tO 1 1 26 8 90 tDaye, 1 00) I 60 1 78 J 526 , 75- j 3 5 4 Day. 1 26 ( 1 90 ) 2 60 S 15 j S75 4 15 8 Daft, f I 80 j; 210 80 I. 6 i. 420 t 4 80 1 Week. 1 80 I 2 28 8 00 j A- Tjj j, 4 4p ' 6 25 2 Ireeto -2 80 78 t Wj $9 3 6" 8 70 Wfh 3 00 f 4 tOf 00 7 Mf 8 00, 10 0 1 Ho. 4 W t 0OH8 08 10 00 12-00 1 14 tt 81fe's. 6 OU I 8 T I il 60 13 78J 18 U) 18 78 Mo': 7 60 11 2o 15 00 J 18 75 22 6a J 28 'A iMo'e. 8 60 12-76 17 00 2L 25 1 26 80 29 76 6 Mo'e. l(00jl6O02O002803OOU8W i Mo't. 1 13 00 1 60 26 00 ( 82 60 SO 00 45 60 2 Mo'e IS 00 22 AO SO 00 1 37 60 1 46 0 I 62 60 AdYerttalag In tba Vrtskly. One square, oae insertion 1 00 . .,two ."WU-....! 50 " ".'. three '') " ......... 3 00 For each subseqaent inaertioo, and fox . , each insertion .of . each additional " : ' Bqriare.. ................. J..",'........ 60 AdTertUementa putlished' '1q ' both thv Dailj and the Weekly JovslhaL ' will bo charged tbe fall Daily rates, .with . one half the Weekly rates added. . '.' . Business notices published1 in the looal columns, will be charged for each insertion ten cents per Jine. . ; Charges will, be made for inserting the notices of the following Orders, Societies and Associations at the rates - named, to be paid in advance. ? ' r- 'J. . " Military Companies, Order of Odd Fel lows, Masonic Orders, Benevolent Societies and Singing Societies For each .notice not exceeding 8 lines 25 cents for each insertion; oyer eight lines at this rate.- ' '- ; Announcing deaths with funeral notiee attached, $1 ; without notice, free. , ; Marriage notices 50 cents. ; ; Notices of Festivals, Picnics and Excur sions, gotten up by individuals or associa tions, or by churches, at regular prices. : Advertisements leaded and placed under the head of Special Notices, if ten lines or over, will be charged double 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 in the Daily, and $2 in the Daily and Weekly, the same to be, in all cases, paid in advance. - ' EYAN3VILLE JOURNAL CO. INSURANCE. Ins lira no e ;::A ge ncy. ALLE OALLOCK 1 - E-ransvilla - rjNDEBWBITIB AND GENKBAL INSUBANC1 AGENT, AMttni or Atiuom, aaa IToraar Public. He coatinnes to issue. Policies from several Firs Glasa and moet reliable : INSURANCE COMPANIES; . - -la the Cbwniry, on InUnd and Sr Sitlu. He wl 1 also reeeive appHcatioas for - -' .-- - - LIFE 1NSUBANCE- - ; -:' Ha will attend - to -the , Adjnstia-Mit of Loasa frt every ' description under policies' trom othet agencies, and attend to tbe settlement of all mat ter, connected with INSURANCE, Jor parties in terested. . His .long .experience as an,. Isscaasca AaiT, has made him familiar . with all subjects connected with Insuranee. : : i " - ' ' Office es FirstStreet, epp. Post Office. ECQiNoiiY. and sEotuuiy: TheliorUIard fire Insurance co.' OF THZ CITY OF NEW TORS, " -Mo. 31 WALL gt. Cash Capital $500,000 PROFITS" AWWUALCyOIVIDED I 75 PER CENT. TO. THE DEALERS. m)3f This Company divides three-ibartars of the net profits to the policy holders. In scrip, bearing Interest without any liability to th Insured. " ThiaCompaay fund., ita aurplua, instead of dividing it to the Stock holders, thereby giving! policy holders greater security, and -at the same time cheaper insurance than any-othersyatem. -CARLISLE NOEWOOD, President. GE0BGE D. CBABT, Sec'y. WASHINGTON SMITH, Vice-Pree't. A. C. Ilalloclc ex. Son. Asrents, declS KVAN3VILLE. ' INCORIO RATED 1 847. HARTFORD, CONN. Capitaipyr-T " $256,000 0. O. WAITS, Sec'y. :. O. B. B0WEB8, Pree't .'. S. H. PRICE, General Agent, : : , Beaiding at Chicago, Ilbj. CASH CAPITAL h SURPLUS $327,540. This Company insures against loss and damage by Fire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores, W arehotueat titoclrrof Merchandiise, and all insur able property at as reasonable rate of premium as any other aelvent and reliable Company, Adjtuting Loteeefiirlff and paying them promptly. Applications mad to ana roncies lssoea y A. 0. HALLOOK A SC First Street, opp. Post Office. aug21-lyd . Xvanrvuxa, Ind . DRESS HATS; Our spring style, now ready, is ona of the hand, somest ever seen, and by a new arrangement, feet as comfortable to the wearer as any soft hat. Every other conoeivable style made to order. '! .Union HatisV - The neatest dressing hats for a young man. Renfrew ' & Magenta Hats. Something iancy. . ; Soft Ha'ts ' Of every benceivableghapaud.color.: Latest styles Caps ! : TC a pa ! ' Ca p s All the leading styles for spring and summer Just received.- v ;.':.- Infant Hats & Caps, A splendid assortment, of fancy hats andeapa spring and simmer styles, v; -1 i. - . . TJ oys S p or t i n g Hat 8 'i:-j Of every description and prioe. : a s s i m e r e H a t s . - All style, and prices. Soft. Beaver Hats For summer wear, as light as a feather, at VAUTJERiT.&r MARCON NIER'S, BTo. S Slala ataraaC. i- v : - . . . " PtlBMSHIB BT JAMES H. MoNEELY. F. M.THATIR. - .j z JNO. BL.MoNEELT. . " tJWDIB THB FIBM OV TUB - ' EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COISPAHY. Joar&al Buildings. Loccst St. - . Be$toeem AHret Water. : .REGULATIONS F0II I862. Tw3 All . Advertisements amounting to $3 or less must invariably be paid in advance to secure attention. All Job Work must be paid for on deliverv. Transient "Work must be pre-paid. CALENDAR FOB IS62. .'01 H. . 1 2: 3 9 i ... 1 2 3 4 8 Si 6 7 8 9,10 nil -! B 7 8 :i0 11 12 3 1218 U 16 1!17 U!j 31 13 14 15 lsll7 18 19 -, I8i20 I 22 WH ioiti p- 20 21 '22 33 '21 23 26 2627 28 M )'31 ... 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I .... Tbe Battle of Shiloti Official Report of 8. A. Hnrlbnt, BrladirrGuer- aiuommsndlog tth 1J1 vision. BlADQUABTERa DIVISION ARMY OF Wbsters Iensessee SEE, 2- J April 12, 1862 CapU J. A.' Rawlins, A. A. General: '." bib: I bare the honor' to report 1a brief the part taken by my Division in tbe battle of the 6th and 7ih April. - On Sunday morning, April 6th. about half-past seven o'clock, I received a mes sage from Brig. Gen. Sherman that he waa attacked in force and heavily npon his left wing, ; I immediately ordered UoU J. C. Veatcb, commanding Second Brigade, to proceed to the left of Gen. Sherman. This Brigade consisted of the Twenty. fifth Indiana, Fourteenth. Fifteenth and Forty-sixth Illinois; was -on march in ten minutes,, arrived in Gen. Sherman's line rapidly and went into action. . I must refer to Col. veatch s report fer tbe particulars of that day. Receiving in a few moments a preesiDg request for aid from Brig. Gen. Prentiss, I took command in person of First and Third Brigades; respectively commanded by Col. N. -G. Williams, of the Third Iowa, and Brig. Gen. J. G. Lauman. The first Brigade consisted of the Third Iowa, f Forty-first Illinois, Twenty-eighth Illinois, and Thirty-second Illinois. - The Third Brigade, or the Thirty-first Indiana, Forty-fonrih Indiana, Seventeenth Kentucky and Twenty-fifty Kentucky. In addition, I took with me the First and SecoDd Battalions of the Fifth Cavalry, Mann's Light Batter j, four pieces, com manded by First Lieut. , Ross' Bat tery Second Michigan, and Mayer's Battery Thirteenth Ohio. .' As we drew near the rear and left of Gen. Prentiss' line, his regiments, in bro ken masses drifted through my advance, that gallant officer making every effort : to rally them. . : ; I formed my line, of battle, the First Brigade thrown to the point on tbe south erly side of a large open field, tbe Third Brigade continuing the line with an obtuse angle around tbe other side of the field, and extending some distance into the brush and timber. Mann's battery was placed in the angle of the lines, Ross' Battery some distance to the left, and the Thirteenth Ohio Battery on the right and(somewbat advanced in tbe corner of the timber, so as to concentrate tbe fire upon the open ground in front, and waited for tbe attack. ' A single shot from the enemy's battery struck in Mayer's Thirteenth Ohio Battery, when officers and men, with a common im pulse of disgraceful cowardice, abandoned the entire battery, horses, caissons, and guns, and fled ; and ' I saw them no mote : until Tuesday. - I called for volunteers from the artillery; the call was answered, and ten gallant men from Mann's and-Ross' batteries brought in the horses, which, were wild, and spiked tbe pieces. , i - Tbe attack commenced on' the' Third Brigade, through the thick timber, and was met and repulsed by a steady and continu ous fire, which rolled tbe enemy : back iu confusion, after some half hour's struggle, leaving many dead and wounded. . The glimmer of bayonets on the left and front of the First Brigade showed a large force gathering, and an attack was soon made on the Forty-first Illinois and Twenty-eighth Illinois on the left of the Brigade, and tbe Thirty-second Illinois and Third Iowa on the right ; at tbe same time a Strong force of very steady and gallant troops formed in column, doubled on tbe centre, and advanced over tbe open field in front. Tbey were allowed to approach within four hundred yards, when fire was opened from Mann's and Ross' batteries, and from the two regiments of the First Brigade, and the Seventeenth and Twenty-fifth Ken tucky, which were thrown forward slightly o as to flank the column. ; Under this withering fire they vainly at tempted to deploy, but soon broke and fell back, under cover, leaving not less, than one hundred and fifty dead and wounded, as evidence how our troops maintained their position. . The attack on the left was also repulsed, but as the ground was covered with brush, the loss could not be ascertained. Gen. Prentiss having succeeded in rally ing a considerable portion of his command, I permitted him to pass to the point of the right of my third brigade, where they re deemed their honor by maintaining that line for some, time.: A. aeries of. attacks upon the right and left of my lino were readily repelled, until I waa compelled to order Ross' battery to the rear on account ot its loss of men and horses. . ; : . . During all: this time Mann's battery maintained ita flro steadily, effectively, with great rapidity, under the excellent handling of Lieut. - ... ,. For five hours these brigades maintained their position under repeated heavy attack?, and endeavored with their thia ranks to bold the. space between Steawart and Mc- dernand, aad did check every: attnmpt to penetrate the line ; when about 3 o'clock Col. Stewart, -on my left, sent me' word that be was driven in, and that I would be flanked on the left in a few moments. " i.It. was . necrEsary for me to decide at once to abandon either the right or left. I considered that Prentiss Could, with the left of Gen. McClernand's troops, probably hold the right, .find sent him notice to reach out towards tbe right and drop back steadi ly parallel with "my first brigade, while I rapidly moved Gen. Luman from the 'right to the left,' and called' up two1 20 pound pieces tf Major Cavander's battallion to check the ad vac ce of the enemy .npon the first brigade. The pieces were . taken into action by Dr. Cornyn, the surgeon of the battallion, and Lieut. Edwards, and effect ually checked the enemy for. half an hour. giving me time to draw off my crippled ar tillery and form a new front with tbe third brigade. , J ' ' ". '. . 1 In a few: minutes two Texas regiments crossed the ridge separating my line from Stewart's forme? : one, while other troops also advanced.' Willard's battery was thrown into . posi tion nnder command of Lieut. Wood, and opened with greit effect upon the lone star flags, until their line of fire was obstructed by tbe charge of the third brigade: which, after delivering its fire with great steadi ness, charged full up the bill, and drove the enemy three or four hundred yards. Perceiving that a heavy force waa clos ing on tbe left between, my line and the river, while heavy firing continued on the right and front, I ordered the lines to fall back. . . , . Tbe retreat was made quietly, steadily, and in good order. I bad .hoped to make a stand on the line of my camp, but masses of the enemy were pressing rapidly on each flank, while their light artillery was closing rapidly. In. the rear. . - . On reaching the 24 pound siege guns, in battery near the river, I 'again succeeded in forming a line of battle in the rear of the guns, and -; by direction of Major .' General liraot, assumed command or all troops that came np. JJroken regiments and disorder ed battalions came gradually into line upon my division. ' : . - Major Ca vender posted six of his 20- pound pieees on my right, and I ' sent my aid to establish the light artillery, all that could be Connd, on my left," . 1 "" Many officers and many men nnknown to me, and whom I never desire to know, fled in confusion through the line. Many gal lant soldiers at-.d brave officers rallied stead ily on the new line. . - : I passed to the right, and found myself in communication with Gen. Sherman, and re ceived bis instructions. In a short time the enemy ' appeared on the crest of the ridge, led by the Eighteenth Louisiana, but were cut to nieces br the steady and murderous fire of the artillery. ' JJr.,Cornyn again tooK""cnatge' "or one of the heavy twenty-fours, and the line of fire of that gun; was the one ' upon ; which : the other pieces' concentrated. 1 '- ;'- Gen. Sherman a artillery also was rapidly engaged, ' and- after -an artillery con test of some duration, the enemy fell back. t-aptara Gwin, u. a. N., had called upon me by one of his officers, to mark the place tbe gunboats might take to open their fire, I advised him to take position on ' the- left of my camp ground, and opei fire as soon as our fire was within that line. ' He did so, and from my own observation and -the the statement of prisoners, the fire was most effectual in stopping the advance of tbe enemy on Sunday afternoon and night. About dark the firing ceased. I ad vanced my division one hundred - yards to tbe froniy threw out pickets, and officers and men bivouacked in a heavy storm of rain. About 12 p. k., Gen. Nelson'8 leading colums passed through my line, and went to tbe front, and I called in my advance guard.; f . . .-;' . '-' ;..:.-. '-.: The remnant of my division waa reunit ed. Col. Veatcb with the Second : Brigade having joined me about balf-past 4 p. u. : CONCnCDXD TO-MOEKOW.J - ' GEO. FOSTER & CO., PROVISION AN D : PRODUCE Meroliants, J Corner Lee tint street and Canal, - KVA8v1XT,i:, IND. CMBU. To enable as to devote enr attention exclusively to the Provision and Produce business, we have determined to close oat our entire stock . of GBtX CKUIK&. - 1 ; . " : ' ." ,' - Wedesire to call the attention of the trad to the fact that we will sell at lower rates than good o f similar quality can be laid down iu this market, and we invite eity and country buyers to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. The stock is well selected - for . the wants of thia section and contains nearly every thing kept by a wholesale establishment. Bargains can be had by calling ou , --.aGO. FOSTER CO. : j an22 . Uorner Locust St. and Uanal. jf jyrtwB cijwijvjyti p backs. HJ 20 bbla Iiiuaeed Oil, in perfect order, far sals by the bbl at leg. than it can he bought in Cincin nati. . - 8. E. GILBERT A CO., feb3 ; ' - No. 4 Sycamore St. inja vobjv.jt cBjyrrs ibm Mid Bushel, at . YICKKK? BROS., oct24 -. No. 82 Main Street. rttMIBSH hard time. when every dollar JSL counts the people like to know where they can get the best bargains in groceries, and they all goto ELLIOTT'S, for. he lias the. reputation of underselling everybody else. Aad now, that he has a large etock oa hand, we do not hesitate in Buying that he will Bell at Cincinnati prices. mr26 ....... X Hi Zj X HM" 313 HL "ST. : AT SCHAPKER & BUSSIRGS, ,7 SO. 49 MAIN STREET.? war; jbjb jyrotv Bucfsivuva a. W w largi stock of Bonnets, Bushes, American and French Flowers, Bibbans, Childrens' aad Misses' Hats, Ac. " ' Having such a tact for buying cheap, we will leave noming undone to merit a continuance of the reputation "aelling very cheap." apS ICB 1 60 bbis best quality, for sale by ieDI3 a. JC. UILBKKT A CO. Jf A?J"T. l,0u0 It., new Codfish juot rec-ived JLd at mh20 if. A. COOK'H. Jf VjB STOwV OJV JtJJ At Jt JL ' large supply of Pittsburgh Goal, which Iwill deliver at any part of the city at 12 cents per bushel, ca-h. Orders left at my office at Ijamasco wharf or at Orr, Jjals-ril A Co.'s store on Water street, will be promptly attended to. . mh8dlm .: 4 JA8. SWANBON. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.- Qr;;;'; : ' laaBBaaSI 03. ; Qai' We have, in addition to our extensive Job Printing Office, a large and complete Book Bindery & Blank Book Manufactory, Connected with our establishment, which enables ui to execute ' Blank Books, Magazines, Music Books, Bills or Lading, Steamboat Books, Bank Books, . And, in fact, every description of BINDING AND PRINTING .. -.- j; .... On the shortest, notice and on tbe most rea sonable terms for cash. . . Thankful for the patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon us, we would re spectfully ask a continuance of the same. m otivjs of jt ffuijvTMHjyr W - . OF EXKOUTK1X. -Notice is hereby given tht the nndersigned has been appotrted executrix r the late will of James Wit herapoon, deceased, .' late of Vanderburgh County, India ja. . Said estate is suppose! to be sol ven t. " ilABIA WITHKBSPOON. : April 15th, 1862. : ; - api63rw "SCHLAEPFER'S." B8T Of BA.UJU UVK, fOM BALMS at tscblaepfer s New ttng store. SODA Ash and Potash, for tale at Sohlaepfer'a Nw Drug Store.' - , COKBAD'3 Bo; Poison. The best bus destroy or in the world, for sale at H. . tchlaepfer'a New vrug store. JIjST received. Another supply of tbe genuine Peruvian Syrup, at Schlap&r'a New- Drug Store. "mar31 mm m w b j c ojyr ujjaa ujrit W t boulders at low prices, at - -de-28 ; VICKKRT BROS. &.TJtU -V TAJJjAtO W CJKJYD LBS. 25 boxes, Bill A Co., extra tallow Candies; i. 16 do Ktnery A Sou., C's Star Candles; ;.. - 15 do do T's do do; " ; ' , 4 do . ; do I . 4's A 6's ' do. At'- I Jan8T H. A. COOK'S. ' EAWSON. TODD & CO WHOLESALE GROCERS, "Louisville, Ky. ' a,800 bags Bio Coffee, stricti good to prime, at low prices. : Thirty cases " Oones Saneho " Lioorice in store, and for sal by th j abave firm. mar28-2w 300 feb6 MtOXBJV JVJtt W fUBBJU KGQ3, Just received at '.. . . VIOKEBY BBO'S, -- ' No. 82 Main street. i mugM coia, - or,, ; &;ae. JCfltf-ooz, which misht he checked : with a. simple remedy, if neglected, often terminates seriously. Few are aware of the importance cf stopping a auti. or flLAf j3cltL in its first stage ; that which in, the beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if root 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 cxuih.8., rfZaLds., J.aruihLtLa., jlziiiTuTLCL, rfckta-tfili., the Hadking Cough in $cjiUJJrifiilcLn., and numerous affections of the JlhacLi, giving immediate relief. - . Public Speakers X Singers will find them effectual for clearing and strengthening the voice. Sold by aTZ (T)ruggists and (Dealers in Jtledioine, at 25 cents per box. . : Sold in Evanavllle by KELLKR A WHITE. Joan uv, M. a. aNTHBs, (notary fuoiic LAW & ATCTHES ATTOltJiEi'S AT t,AW, 3XNKRAL COLLECTION A,D KK4L K3TATK AGENT3. Uffl'W No. 87 Main street, apposite tbe Cou r Hinn. Kvanftille. Indiana. -. - mv1ft-iAwlv GUSTAVUS HOP, : Wholeea'e Dealer in O.VP, LETTER, MANILLA, WBAPPINO papers Printers Cut Cards, Bonnet Boards, rw and book PAPta, paiHTxas ink, ac., No. 8 Main Street, between 6th and 7th streets, Cincinnati. bhio. j- - fi" Highest price paid for ras. oih20-lIfwdlamw jfmTfHo rraila, new crop and very hue MJr joit received and fur sale by dec26 - . ii. uiLDiisi a cu. GILBERT & COs'S." ffmtr0,VT8 'BULB POWlffU, MJF in metal kg. 100 kfg. jatt received, and fjr.ale by S. K. Gilbert A Co., No. 4 Sycamore street. SALT. 200 bbls Kanawha 8alt, both lare aud small size, Just received, and fur sale by 8. K. Gil bert A Co. MUSTARD. 0 bxs, 2 dozen each, Kentucky Mussaid. Just received, and for sale by 8. B. GILBERT A CO. apr8 - , , No. 4 Bjcaruor. Street. MISCELLANEOUS. J. W. : NEXSEN, Q- TH TVT Tl W T-s ISl4mY! OFFICE: IN MARBLE HAU.-'-" - EVANSVILLE, ISO., , W!f VOM PBHfJHKlt TO TAHJfc. M- Bisks and issue Policies in several of the old-, est and most reliable Insurance Companies of the United States. STORES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, MILLS- AND HAN CI' ACTOR IKS, insured a. tk .' most favorable rates. MABINK AND INLAND KAVIGATION Risks taken on 1'LAT-BOATS , BARGES, STEAMBOATS and their CARGOES. Also, applications received for INSl - BANCS. . i: . Combined Capital Represent ed, over 15,000,000. Office, Marble Hall Building, Mo. 9 Main ot. CASH ASSETS, JANUARY 1ST, 1832, I $1,904,589 89. . Losses Paid, -i Upward, of 014,000,000- The great public service, promptness and relia bility of this well-tried and sterling Company, re comuend It to preference with thcae neeJiog In surance. : a7Insuraiice Boliclted and Policies issue! ty J. W. NEXEN, Agent, feb6 Marble Hall Building, No. 9 Malu Kt. PREPARE IN TIME AGAINST THE FIRES OF FALL : by- - . PRIME A NO. I INSURANCE: , , .. , . IK TBI mmx Mwwi : (JF HARTFORD, CONN. . "". The Fruits of the Phoenix Are manifest in the following statement of PACTS AND FIGURES ! Showing tbe amount eqaalire-1 to pnblio benefit, iu the shape ef losses paid in the West and South, during the past four years; a line of valuable ser vice, honorable aa well as commendable, aud wbicb sbonld suggest THB To every man who desires to bestow bis Insurance patronage upon a WELL TRIED CORPORATION. J 40,277 45 27,822 94 69,174 56 . 32,670 08... 84,220 13...... 19,323 34....... 8,653 10...... 1,167 00 ,. 9,765 00..... 84,054 86 43,064 90 ... .........OHIO. .... INDIANA..... .ILLINOIS.. ...... MICHIGAN .WISCONSIN... IOWA . ....MINNESOTA-. .....NEBRASKA... , KANSAS........ ...KENTUCKY. .. TENNESSEE.... ...MIS8IS8IFPI..., ...8,S77 45 ... 27,652 94 ... 69,174 bH ... 82,670 08 ... 84,220 13 ... 19,323 34 ... 8,653 lw ,.. 1,167 .. 9,766 00 .. 84,054 36 .. 43,054 90 .. 20,832 65 .. 27 698 83 .. 22,839 43 3,961 98 665 65 20,832 65.. 27,698 83 22,839 4:1... .MISSOURI ARKANSAS..... 3,961 8.... 656 65... e X hi A A 8 .' ....ALABAMA In Ote equitable adjvMmmt, ana prompt Cash re sponge to lows, the P UQN IX. ttandt pre-eminently . at the hestd of He profession; while tit extensive, prac tical, emd flrtt-clau bneitese system of local agencice, ie not excelled by any eiiuiiar corporation its the world. Inauranciee solicited, aud policies issued and re newed in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by J. W. NEXSEN, Resident Agent, Omca: Marble Hall Building, Main street. rfTOTTejV JiJiTTIjyU HX) bales lor tal fLV by . , . S. E. GILBERT A CO., ool2 . ' ' No. 4 Sycamare street. B9BOOM8 1 HBOOMHtK select it of MA "Union Village," Shaker and other Brooais fromlSto'Alo. VICKERY BliOi. QUBJett M"B.60 biuhols lor sale in any K9 quaatity by 8. JC. GILBERT A CO, Janll : - WBBAJV! BMJJVi2b tons rich couulrv MM Bran, at 11. A. COOKS. 73o8 Main street. ARTILLERY & CAVALRY EQU1P MEMS. 1 f f setts (tierdware and trees complete) UUU for artillery harness; 2,000 sett (do.) for Cavalry Equipments, and increased to any amount at short notice ; 1,000 yds. 50 in. dble thread enameled duok; 1,000 do. 6-4 enameled drill; . 2,000 do. 6-4 enameled muslin;. 100 hides enameled leather; .. 200 do. patent dash leather; 40 do. hog-skin seating; Regulation and McLellan spurs, swordbelt trim mings and straps, together with a full axsortifleu of good, ia my line of burinem, for raslj nt low prices. CHARLES BAfcOoCK, novS Water t. CiOJtL UJVAt CABBO.V Oil,. 10 bbls ' received per steamers Prairie Boae mid Leb anon, tbe clearest and nicest yet receirud, fur sal low by bbl or gallon, at Jan '4a viuivr.tti ctiua. e v ferret fjiCH fou LJBiin O" new Beef Tongues, at -dec28 . VICKERY BROS., 82 Main st. Agency for Soldiers Claims. Ape W. MeUBMAtAt AJT1A J. T. JTm WHITTLESY procure Invalid Pensions, Bounty Money, Arrears of Pay, and Land War rants, under the several act. of Congress Fees moderate, and no pari oi ineir cnarges oo,. Iected till the claim, is secured. Office on the north side of Third Street, between Main and Locunt, Evansviile, Indiana. feb!5 McBRIDB A WHITTLESEY. p-p tC'M tiii .V sVUJYTAjMTBM dozen StA lust received at SCHAPKER A BUSSING 3, dec 30 No. 49 Main street. O.OJI. 309 boxes German and Palm, for sals 5 tow by S. E GILBERT A CO. mhlO , - ItOZfJV Coal Oil Chlmnies, assorted t)Ur siaes, comprising some new kinds not yet offered the pnblio in this place, Just received per steamer Lancaster, and for sa'e at VICKERY BROS., feblt ' No. 82 Main Street. ranVMKBVS, Eggs, Butter, and lota ot other M- nice things, can be had at dee7 VICKERY'S. tfMiJi M. Impenaf, lonng Hyson, Gunpow JUL der and Ooloug Teas, at from 45c. to SI 00 per lb., at VICKERY BROS., No. 82 Main st. O ajKJYSJtf t ejuffMBM koxea, gross eacn. for sale by ' ocl2 S. E. GILBERT A W.es ip No. 82 Main Street. rlBILItBBJYS' CA B B. Regardless J .irmm Vnnnir A mariM mU.t ride, of nsnal H. A. COOK Is In reoeipt of a full aaaort. meat, the Unit received in the city this season. 2 doxen Willow Osbs without covers ; 2 do do do with covers: . 2 do do do on springs with covers; 4 oo assorted wood body cabs; . i ' do Yvonsc America Exoel.ior on springs At , mh20j H.A.C001TH. Pittsburgh Coal.