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VOLUME Xffi BUSINESS CARDS. A. RUSH'S CONFECTIONERY Removed to Second Street, near Main. Jf- WJt MJB.no VSU CO.YFiC AW. tionery to the above named plue, and in addi ng iv in uiu ousmess nave also opened . . FIRST-CLASS BAKERY. And promise to my old uditw patron, that who ever nay Rive me an order for Cakes and Confeo. tioneries.l will fbrnlh them in such style a would be creditable at the " White House." , ... ... A. BUSH. febl9J6m Second Street, near Main. C. SCHHITT & STARK. Wholesale and Retail Dealer, in French; English & American APER HANGINGS, fhs.de and Fixtures, Curtain Goods, Gilt Cor aiees, curtain Pma and Parlor Mirrors. No. 8 and 8 First street, EvaxuviUe, Indiana. pr!9-ly ... Jamoo Otoole, (scocxsaoa to stsjsu a uusskl,) Id ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, Boards, Laths, Av., of every description constaut- 17 on band. - M acting-Boim of all Si ads made to r.fer. hawing of every kind dene an the shortest lot"- """If" - prl8-ly NATIONAL HOTEL, - Corner Ilain and Fourth Sts., Louisville, Ky. T. A. HARROW PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER PAY. nov8l.tr ... .... , - PHII.II DECKER, (SnooeMor to Decker A Kramer). iANVFACTURER OF LARJ OIL, oAr Ainu. - vAaiiuniSt. .. Also an extra article of ibjvmjy, mjwijvb, r cub oil. Dealer tn Bosin, Soda, Ashes, fe. Also PURE CATAWBA WINE. our own raising, in quantities to suit purchasers, S JBotm trtt btl. Hrtt T Som, rVANBVILTjE.THD." '- - Terms cash, or 40 days' paper n.zotiable In ak. jan20-ly JAMES T. WALKER, VST ICE 01 TH E PMA CI ARB GKXEKAL COLLECTING AGEN , EvantvUU, ndtana. Office on Third .treat, between Main 'int. Sy ere streets. BUNNELL'S (TORMERLT OF STEELE BUNNELL.) flooring Ta3IHXa, ' OORKKB or 'AL5535T STEEET ANDi THE CANAL, XVANariLLBfIND - ruin js-bu jB8TjBi.saBjnjBJrr is now in fall operation, with new and com- Me Machinery of the latest style, for Planing and . Ming Lnm oer, r tailing ana uroovwg r looting, uung akjots ana easn mouldings, wjnduw inds, and every other description of work done sack establishments. Ill work at these Mills warranted ta be well oe, and a til be offered at the lowest cash prices. Otv Joplar flooring and Weatberboarding oon otly oa hand, and will be sold for cash, brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. Slitting and all kinds of Sawing done to order, In the moat approved style. vS WM. HUNNELL. IF. 3331- MoGrlff, WHOLBSAL1 D1ALBB ia It OCERIES & LIQUORS, . H West Klret street, piS-ly EVANBVILLK.INP. REAT BARGAINS I M ry Goods, Boots & Shoes, . Hats, Gaps, &c. JOHN J. MERRITT, Suceettor to . t t.STaauess V C69 NTo. 3.0 IF'lrst ES"t-, r great iniutements to BETAIli Cash Cnstoin 1 in the selection front their Large, Sew, and egant Stock of Fashionable Dry Qeods, Boots, oee, Hats and Caps, AT WHOLESALE PRICES - NEN'S.. HOSIERY HITE GOODS, Bnd...........DdlIE3TICS feredat35 a csat fess than heretofore re iled at in the city. AH are invited to come and compare- nality ana ice wltn any otuer avuw iu uw 1.1... 1 u J 1 AtTVill J. B. JAQT7ES8 CO., No. 10 First street. apll-lyd-cl2t k7Ia"oa tsmm m aJM- 9 g dovn K pint Wercenterahiee Saoce; tV g BTICi.Jta Coil -Oil or Para 'W now Candles and 6 down Oval Call; Oil himney. not near so apt to break as the round les. Just received at - : " " M , . Hcl9 - a ol 'K1CB.Y -BPOa.. 88 Mint- 9 T TJvTi OVV " J M M Ml ". Eiiriy. CSL seed Potatoes. 7(HT bnshaia pora Neliosa.'a ota toes, at mhiSO if.: 1. CoOiC'J. nS6vJIA'0 .loa. aasjrtud Brooms, receiv- L ed at -mhai n. a. COOK'S. - TmWJiCMAiMAiJb V.V iHTrS. r1 fUt - lu kitts No. 1 Mackerel; . , 10 do No. 8.. do; 6 do leeeived at mess do. JT. A. CCOL'S. MWMMHlJYft.r-W oz extra scaled Herring; fJJK 8 bbls lo salt Herring. Uceived at ; ' mhgO B. A. COOICB rjfCMJS-i.FBj- Owap tow JL cents per bushel, at mh20 ..-.',- - v . ' fted Turnip at 20 11. A. COOK S. Fine Fur Gloves. wrrT MBCKtVKD, Jt tOB Jf W eortment of Tor Olovea, a suitable present to onr friends in tba army. Also a new lot 01 fea liaa' Bars. : Call aooa and make yoar selections. YAUT1KB MARCONNIEB, dacl8 ' Mo- 39 Main street TT9MCJB I MM CM 2 tierce. Prime Bice, for JLh, sale at H. A. COOK'S, Jan 8 ' . 73Maiir trat: 1 Vir.KF.RY BROTHERS." sr w.nra. loo o ta and i bbla at' astni (km Jf1 - floor, manufactured from white wheat, and warranted to five antivfacctm, ;yfar. a-at Victery Bro.,Jo. aJttaia ruir - IG03. Four doc a for 236, at Ykkery Bro., Si Maiastreetv :-' '- ' ". " "", '". ." TI3JT. TSo.i 8alinon,Hackrl',' and Codfish. atVickery Bros.-'," ; " ..;' BA0OS. Hies new Hams,, Side and Bhoifldera, at Yiokery Broa. ..... . . . - GABCKN BKED3. 19 boxes new8eedf from the bbaker Gardem-. Also, 10 bushel ef Onloa setts, for sals lew, at ' . . YICKEKY BROS. ; m ar31 ' . ' 8 1 Main Street. tw x-mmitM ertuJMi vav cmvJTTMr WM. Knit Socks on hand, -worth from 89 cents ta 60 cents, at ' 8CHAPKSB BCS81NGW, ao22 - . - " - Ka.49 Main BtreeJ. fqV JBiMJdMsT-rit. Uerchanu recelviug ja. oraert ioc Coal Oil Lush, can have them BUed at YIC&IBY BH0S., WMaiiiSt. . febl3 MM At a vary low price, at H. J. CHLAIPFEB'S New Drng Stcre.. July29 tMTC'JM.b barrelii best Navy, for sale by mhU' ;.: . S. Jt. CILBEBT at CQ.- JJVMt JS ft A. M 8 as- MM. j Dairy Cheese.200 bis, choice quality, for sale by 8. E. GILBEHT s CO., . -. ' . . No. 4 Sycamore street. ' nXBBIMO. 100 hxs test, for sal by S. X. Qil brt A Co. TOMATO CATSUP. 6 boxes, one doaon each, for sale by B. E. Gllbart Co. TAB CANDLES 700 boxes, for sale low. fey S. K. wllbert A 0.,Ko.yrajsore street, -m m ..... - A i-i. . . . . .- - - - ' MISCELLANEOUS. ? i i B CERIIA VE'S I HOLLAND BITTERS. mom Bvs-oeissla. Liver Complaint, Fever & Ague, &c Th saccessfal Introduction and use of this cele- JU"J nns oeen tne signal for a literal flood of compounds called " Bitters," offered in various ftin, from a qnart bottle to a five-gallon keg, on til this word "Bitters" is but another name for b Tiuauions wnisky mixtnre. J3nt the really great relief derived from the mln- " MMwpoonmi, ot our medicine, Bcerhave's Holland Bitters, itr'ntttab9ne of aler T"' has estab. hshed for it a repotation which the host of imita tion, and counterfeits have failed to undermine this .ogomuio preparation, with barely suffi cient pure .pints to preserve it. pricaODa.the,enniM H'lf Pint , me;icil of long tried efficacy for FwiW ing tie Blood, so essential for the foundation of good health and for correcting disorders of the stomach and bowels. Twwor tiiree doses will convince the afflicted of"ite salntary effects. The stomach will speedily regain Its strength, a healthy action of the liver, bowels, and kidneys will soon take place, and renewed health be the quick remit. Boarhave's Holland Bitters. Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. , .... Ar Try Bcorhaye's Holland Bittors. r WATMUUHSH, Try BccrhavG's Holland Bitters. far UMiJUJCHK, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. JL-vas VJf JtrrXTlTti. Try Boorhave's Holland Bitters. For comTrfRjvMcfia- -v-.. Boorhave's Holland Bitters. Jor M,JB8, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Ia ail Nervous. Bhenmatie. uil NanraLin A fT- tiona, it has in nnmerona Imtuina nrnvtui hiohlw beaeficial, and in others effected a decided caret i neao uarcrnlly s.j j The reuuine. hlchl vvinrntr.ta sr)i,n'n.r. iaua ciiiers is nut nam bair.nlnt hntf l.nn! anil ""m um iwiiar per Dottle. .. The great de-. wauu ir fcuiH irniv oaieoracea miiunA tifui 1 ml tin. ed many Imitations, which thspusUd should rnard against pure has toe. - ocwar oj impotuion t es that ow aavaa it on th taoi or ma m battlm vnt hn - l . 1 Jaain Page, hi, '& UTTSB DEUH, PAT' ' 1 i: n . AGENTS, JSvantviil InJ, T31-sr-1rrv PRU IT T K-EE S, i-- .-. VMJYJtjaKjYTM, tin mi it h Evergreens, Roses. &e.; tutiixvAxcu ajsu tor SALB ATTHaV r nuBiie. 1:.. BATEHAM, HAN FORD & CO J 2 COLUMBt'8, OHIO.' Orders received. Jbv C. Jf. BRuIJOHTon. J- Agent t - feb-dw4n. Soldier' duintsl BEN. STINSON AND JOHN TENNIS, Procure IXVALID PENSIONS. BOrrKtY f OW. KY. AB&KAB3 OF PAT. Land Warrants., and other Government promise;, for claimants - jastt entitled. No charges until claims are secured. Orrica: On Third Street, near slain, i Administrator's Katiee. . ' j-i. ffy10MVll is hereby given, that the under eV V signed has been appointed Admiuisfator at. juarrti kcza, tao'i im auu ai.uwti ,s roar24-ltd-3tw . Administrator's Notice t- mmoTlVMl 13 herstiy given, JUals the unaev-" ml W signed hxi been aipo.u'.d.A4minitrator pt th. estate of Phi ip H. slaidloW Said estate im supposed to be solvent. All persoas havng f lalnjs1 againit the estate will present their bills to..jne7 and all those indebted to the estate a ill Settle -with. me immediately. EDWAKD Mil)LUW.: mari-atw . . T GEO. A, BITTItOLFJF,:-n IS jrwf yjj Cf JUST . JTI jfelJt from the East, with a well selected stock of Watches, Cloaks, Jewelry, ana silverware, vuvrm his stock as low as the articles can. d Dougni iu large cities. Gold Watchoe, from 8160 .down tof jxj, Silver vvatcnes iruiu wwb w . ClockR, from 850 down to 91.75. -ettaor jewwiry. from 850 down to boc tsraceieisr, itom ,j.ouii tof2.50. ':; Fi.7r Rinirs. BreastDlns, -r-rines, irato mo dowa to 25c 8iWr Table and Tea-poona, boap. Ladles, Cream Spoonf, Butter ana. sruat nmv, Sugar Tong, Salt and MuBtard hroona, airsuta lower tcaa usual. w S--, ; : r u Silver, ttoel ana Herman auvt-r opecxacira, xjm die' fine Wire and bhell Portemonaiesmtver mo; Tortoise rhell Card Caw; Uentieiaen s rnrseaami V R Robinson's 1l (lexical Oliver ooaw ior. cleansing Silt er or Plated . Wane, 4th: lioattblag evernsoJ. J.-;' s.. riniri ii.mrii anil vest uiiains. ueia l ens, iih Ware. Cmtors. Ac. Lathe and silk Uaard aieef Chain G-.esles. Keever s and others, yhermom .- eters, tc , all of which ho 8rs - a" low pgttre-. v Call ana see oetore parcnasms; ciauwiiDw,.u' sattdty yourselves of the fact. . , i . 7 apr5 . f : IB4iA MI MS J JU V V m mrm orWKm: M'.m.- 'MS wheat Flour, Extra, t 'i,"J,"L i jan8. 11A. revived, and f"r sale a- ".' YICKIBY BBO.J 88.Main St. " CALDWELL'S."'" nJ BTJVK M CJ Mi it WJS X- L M. .ulling for cash, and as Kw as any Kw as any other house In tne city, pure Ulive and bo hnmbug. Oil, warranted purs ; 60 doxen 1 and 2 qnartcan Cove Oysters, just re ceived at Farmer Caldwell's, o. v nratsireei. i 18 dozen fresh Lolsters jut received at No. 9 first street. TBKSH SALMON. 10 down just received a No. 9 first street. i PIXK APPLES. 10 dozen in cm or jar ; 2 dozen can Blackberries: : 60 do Jand can sardines. Just received and for sale low by PABTNEB CALDWELL'S, j3 No. 9 First street. CHOICE POTATOES. Of fa MVmHMMtB CHOiCJi fTJ- M 3 3 TOES received on coDsignment and for salety SHAkPE A CO. pS3-dlw wllilinery ootls9 . WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, SCHAPKER& BUSSING'S, j i j NO. 49 MAIN STBEET. .-rwaji HJM VS JVOW J X, Jt M a JB ww- stock cf trimmsdand untrimmed Bonnets, Hats,' Flowers, Busbes, Bibboas, Nets, Ac, and constantly receiving. - Having a skillful trimmer engaged for the sea mill trim Bonnets and Hats et short no tice.' : BCHAPKKB BUSblNG, S.K. Leavitt (Notary Pubiie.) S. B. Hoahaoa LEAYITT & HORN BROOK, ItZornens atlstiw ETANSViLLE, IND. ' Collection and Beal Estate Agents. Will attend alio to collecting Soldiers' and Government claims of every description. OfQoeon Third a treat, bet, Haia and Sycamore. -mar28 H ; ' . - . v..' - "E7 SWj9 J&VTTjBM. 3 dozen niot -ilS fresh hesa 6 2i cents, and a nooods ohoica f Better for a wjartar.at ' ' I Im2fl j r for a Quarter. at VIGKEBT BB08L . EVANSVILLE, n Rates of -AdjertisiBj.-; IDay. .-:Mr 75 1 00 1 86f 1 60 ( 1 75 I Days. : 75 I 1 15 I - J6O I 1 tO I 26 8 80 BDoas. I 1 00 I 1 50 I 1 75 I SS5 76 3 25 t Dap: I 126 180) 8 60 S 15 75 4 15 5 Dapu 1 1 o ; a 10 a sa i 60 j,- 420 1 4 90 1 Wtk. I 1 60 ( 2 85 I 3 U0 I 8 76 I 4 60 6 io a na a oo a 75 1 5 00 a oo i 25 - 7 50 8 75 Worlu 3 00 , 4 0 ( f 50 ( V .U0 10 50 Ufo. . 4 00 f 00 - 00 19-00) UO) 1 8 Jfs's. . 6 00 I -8 75, U 60 75 16 00 1 18 7 Jlfo's. 1-7 50 J 11 SB 1 15 00 18 -7 88 60 2 a6 tJf.'s. t 50 ) 12 75 j 1 00 j 21 25 85 60 29 75 Ifo's. 10 CO 15.00 SO 00 )6 09f30 00 W Mo',. 13 00 18 60 ( 6 00182 60 ( Sit 00 46 60 2 Jlfo's 1 15 06 8 60 .80 00 87 60 1 45 0 1 53 60 Adwertfalnar lit tit .V.tli ltr Oae sqnare, 6njs.ipiertiQr4.,b.. 00 r; three;' . 2 00 For eaeh'eulbsequiisaj; iiuettion, and fot eacn. tn.ertun of eaciL additional ' Bquar4---'--js;-... ....: 0 50 .uverusementa paonsuea in i tta tur Daily and theWeWx'.JorwfAi.i will be charfred tt"fw fratltV.;with '6ne. halt tho Weekly rates i a4.ied.JiU. ..:-. : . i- Baaine88' ijotioea .pTlWhed In the' local eolamnsj'jvlrU W Pvi each insertion ten cents pea line, ;i . .; ; u .. .. Charges win be' mad" for Insertine the notices of the follojrihg Orders, Societies! aua Associations as .me raies cameo, to De paid in advance.; : .' :'. hi ; ; Military Companies, Order of Odd Fel lows, MasonlciOrdirs, Peoayolent Societies and Sinsine, Societies,-.... .. t For each notice not exceeding 8 lines 25 cents ror eacn insertion; over eight lines at tais ratei - f Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1 ; without notice, free. : JHarnage nouces 50 cents. Notices of Festival3, "Picnics and Excur sions, gotten up by individuals or associa tions, or by churches, at regular prices. 1' Advertisements leaded and placed nnder the head of Special Notices, if ten lines or over, will ybe , charged; doable the usual rates. ' ... . : t. ' '. '. Advertisements making less than three lines, inserted once in the Daily, will be charged fifty cents, t , 1 ,'r..--! Yearly advertisers to pay quarterly ' Announcing candidates of every descrip tion to be charged at tho rate of 21 50 for each name in.th0 Daily. an-i$2 in. the Daily and Weekly, the same -to- be, in all cases, paid In advance.' - r. . ; v : KVANSVILLB JOURNAL CO. INSURANCE. Insurance Agency. ALLEN cThALLOCK ' KTaitsvllla. CNOKBWBITKB AND QKHKBAL 1NSDBANC1 AQJCNTi . i .. Adjpbtss or Avibaobx, a Notasv Pcblio. ' He contla to iaaue Polkaea from several firm Glass and moat reliable . - , LNSrjRAKCB COMPANIES En the Oxmtry, on Inland and fir Bi$i. Be will also receive applications for , . . - : . of-sveryT. doecviptjua aimer puuttpa w u-mm agencies, ana attend w ioe seiiiearau. w iu ow,. ters connected with INSURANCE, for parties in teres ted. Ilia long' experience as aa Isst'sanon Agent, has made him familiar' with all eaojects connected with Insurance. . - . , . . .... Offloe on First Street,' opp. rosrymce. ECONOMY; AND SECURITY, The Eorillard FIRE IirSTJRANCE CO, : OF THK-Crt "- BW YORK, ' - : 1 Wo, 31 WALL St -r i- Cash Capital - - $500,000 PROFltSAWNUALUTPlVIDED I 75 PER CENT. TO THE DEALERS. This Company divides three-quarters of the n.t nrAfl ta to the oolkrv holders, la scrip, bearing interest without any liability to the insured. r- This Company Xunda IU snrplns, instead of dividing it to the-Stockholders; thersby-giving its policy heldeaa greater. Secarity,nd at the same time cheaper mmrnni trrnr t-t--"' ' CABLI8LK fJKYVtJlu, jrresiooai. -i flEOKGK D.OBABY, Boo'y. ' ' - WASHINGTON SMITH, Vica-Prss't. A. C. Hailloelt ckv 8oa, Agents, - -decia ' '. KVANSYIX1. : INCORPORATED 1847. iiitiiffiifY OF . HARTFORD. CONN. Capital, S250,dbb. 0. 0. WAITE. Secl C. B. BOWXBS, Pres't 4 8. H. PBICI, General Agent, ! Betiding it Chicago, Ills. CASH C PITAi7 h SUlfrUS;$3a7,540. ThisCbwnany tnitnrea against loss and damage bv Fire oniwelliugs and their. Contents, Stores, WunhomM. htocks of Merchandise, and all insur able property at aa reasonable rates of premium as any otner solvent ana. reunuw wmyauj , Apolications made to and Polsdes issued by i O VV , . - . '. f " A- O. H ALLOCS. SOS.. " First Street, opp. Post Office.; -h aog21-lyd . . . ; .., it KvaaiviijJ, lad D HE S S EAT S . ..V rr nriiu at vie. new ready. Is one of the band. somest ever seen, and ty a new arrangement, feat aa comfortable to the wearer as any soft hat. Every other oonoernible styt8-maJe to erdetv" ! TJ n io n-. Ha t s , Tha neatest dressing ,hata fbr a yynog man. Renfrew' iSr, "Magenta ;Hata : something J ancy. -, ,., . . Sof t ; Hat s ,. Of every oenoelvable shape and color. Latest styles ; .-. . ...... t-! :. CapsI f Caps! Cap s All the landing styles fur spring and summer just received. ;.- .ir ,r;i i i , t....i i ; -is I n f a n t Ha t a ;Ss C a p s a. spieaaia zaseonmens ok mnuy sws ana spring and sumnaer stjlea-i i .: ' B oys Sporting Hats uf every ik a ripaoa wad irice. Cas.Blmere.Ea t b - All sty let and prices. . Soft B eav cr.Ha t a for summer wr, i light aaa iiratfcr, at VAUTIEil&-MAIUA)NNIKK' Ha. 3v M tin etreft. IND. MON DAY HO RNING, APRIL 28,'J 862.7 PUBLISHED BT AUKS H. McNEKLT. ... : , : ' F. M. IHAXIB.. . . - .TSO. . McSIItl.' ' ' : PKD.B TI1 F1BB DT TBK - EYANSYILLE JOURNAL: COMPANY. Joareal Buildings, Locust StVj REGULATIONS F01M8S2. ItS All Advertisements amounting tO S3 Or leSS must invariably be paM fcu hccur) itbLUJLLllUU. : : J t ::o.: - All JOD Work mUSt DO Uaid for ' on delivr .1 TranavirtTit: ii r i . . . . - , . WOriSmuST Depre-paia. J ; -1 CALENDAR F048fi2 Th. Battle or Shlloh Official Itcport or 8. A. Horlbul, BrlK.dler-Oeuer-. ai Commanding 4th Divltian, t : ::;'cosoiitjpE0,3 . -It appears from bia report, which I desire may be taken as part of mine, that soon after arriving1 on the field of battle in the tnornig, the lioe of troops in front broke and fled through the liaes of the Fifteenth and Forty-fifth Illinois, without firing a 8 hot, and left the Fifteenth exposed to a terrible fire which they gallantly returned. Lieut Col. Ellis and Major Godda; were killed here early in action, and the r ineot fell back. The same misfortune 'rom yielding of the front line threw the - Oi'ty si.tth Illinois into confusion, and ah'.ongh the fire was returned ' by the Forty-sixth with great spirit, the opposing force drove back the unsupported regiment; Col. Davis in per3oa bringing off the colors, ia which gaiiant act he was. severely wounded. The Twenty-fifth Indiana and Fourteenth Illinois changed front and held their ground on the new alignment nntil ordered to form on the left of Gen. Mc'Clernand's commend. JT-ha Fifteenth and Forty-sixth were sep- wita lien. Mctaernana a ngac - The battle was sustained in this position, the left resting near my headquarters, until the left wing was driven in. The becond Brigade fell back toward tne river, ana was soon followed by the First and Third, and reunited at the heavy guns. This closes the history of Sunday 8 bat tle, so far as this Division was concerned. On Monday morning, about a ciock, my Division was formed in line, close to- the river bank, and I obtained' a few crackers for my men. About 9 a. m., I was ordered by Geri. Grant to move up to the support of Gen. McClernand, then engaged near his own camp. With the First Brigade and Mann's Battery I moved forward, nnder the. direc tion of Captain Rowley, Aid-de-Camp, and formed line on the left of General McCler nand, with whom the Brigade and, battery remained daring the entire ;da t . taking their full share ia the ; varied - tor raea -of that division, in the gallatrt-charges and the desperate resistances which checquered that field. I am nnder great oongations to tren. McClernand for the honorable mention he has personally given to my troops, and have no doubt that his official report snows toe same, and as they fought under hia imme diate eye, and he was tn cnier commana, i leave this to him. . . The Second and third Brigades went into action elsewhere, and again I an compelled to refer to the report of -their 'Immediate) commanders, only saying that" the Second Brigade led to the charge rderea Dy wen: Grant, until recalled by Major General Bnell. and that the third ungaae was aeep-. ly and fiercely engaged on the right of Gen; McClernand, euccesstaiiy stopping move ment to flank his right, and holding ' their ground until the firing ceased. - ; . . . . . I . .. flfnnilB. About one o cioca-oi i"""! Oen. McCook havme closed np witn -iren. McClernand. and the enemy aemonstraung in great force on the left, I went, by request of Gen. McClernand, to the rear of his line tn hrino- nn freah trooos. and was. engaged in pressing them forward until the steady advance of Gen. Buell, on the extreme left, the firmness of the center, and the closing in from the right of Gens.: Sherman and Wallace determined the success of the day. h.n f eailni mv exhausted brigades and left them to their camo. ; : : The erround was such on Sunday that I was unable to- use cavalry.- UoL iayiors Fifth Ohio cavalry was drawn top-In order of battle nntil near one o'clock, in the hope that some opening might oner tor tpe use of his arm. None offering' I ordered the command withdrawn from the reach, of shot. They were not in action again until the afternoon of Monday, when they were ordered to the front, but returned., to their camps. Their sabsequent conduct will to. doubt be reported by. the officers, who con ducted the special expedition of which they made part. ,On Sunday tne cary matt killed, six woanded,-an( eight horses, . In-fore ib'x'wfe Tsithdrawn-" j .7::; Th. rtrter nart of K'jss' battery. captured or the afteraooa 01 Suaday, in tijo ravine near my camp. :. . '' j For the ofEcers auii wen of my Division, ; I am at a loss for proper: words to express : my apDreci&uou oc tuctr cuutaiio ina " Whm all did their daty so well, v fear to do injustice by specially mt-ntiooing ; any. Tb learfal list t-i AiHcd and wouud- j ei lifTLcers ia tuv Divu-oDsbovrs theamouut of -exposure which they met vriuie tUe re- 1 LF5j 7 6 3 10 U '-Kb. 7 8 a ;o 11 13 5 118 13 U 16 16117 IS: ' SS'l " I 17'18 19 5 i9iao ii aa 2334 25 ; t 20 si '22 23 a ss ac . ?36;27 88 29 30;31 ... 1, 87 28 89,30131 . . -i t- i i - ! ...,'.:; : 12 2-8 4 6 6 7 8! .3 4 8 7 8:0 2 !10 11 12 13l4 I5r O 10 It 12 13 14 15 t S H8'17 18 19 20jai B 5;'17 18 19 20 21 22 28 ' - i 83124 41 'Jrt 7,26 ... , U lb 2ti ft 1 29 30 U - - - - I: i 31 ... .;. 2 - i 8 4 6 6 7 i jj . 1 2 3 4 6 6 (4 9i 10 11 12 13 141 15 iSf 7 8 9 10 11 1218' M 16 17 18 1 30 8l1' ; "tUllS Iri iT I8il9 20 X 23 2i 25 26 27 28 2y, i I 21 22 23 24 25 2e 27 , l 31 ... . i f '3829 30 ... . ... .. J'.i 1 2 S 4 6 ! - I 2 .3 1 J 6 7 8 9 10 11 12- j '. S 6 7 8 9 id II R 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 j g 12 13 14 15 16117 IS 2 21 22 23,21 28 26 : O 19! 2" 21 22 ii 24 25 -i 127 as 30 . ... - j 37 28 29 jo 31 ' 1 2 3 I . ... . . 1 4 6 6 7T8 8HO 813 4 5 6 7 8 4 11 12 IS 14 16 16117 j'8110 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 30 2122 23 '24 ! O :16;i? 18 19 20j 21 22 33 2& 36 27 28129 30 31 f J23f84 25 36 27 28 29 ... 1 -' 30 k ... . 1 2 8 F 6 6 1 1 2 3 4 5 S J H 8 9 10 ll! 12 13 14' 4J,t 7 8 9 10 11 13 13 g 15 16 17 18jl9 20 21 ; gl 14 15 16 17 18,19 20 ' 22 23 24 25126 27 28- j j!2t 22 23 24 26 26 2? . 2330 1 1 Iia8iai' 31 -J... .-.t- turns of loss among the crivates. who fell unnamed, but heroic, without the hope of ap.euiui mention showd distinctly that the rank and file were animated by as true de vmiua ana as nrm courage as their officers. J LCol. Willams, Third Jewa, command ing First Brigade, - was disabled early in the action of Sunday by a cannon shot, which killed his - horse and paralyzed a limb, tho Use 'of which he has not yet fully recovered. . -; : ., F-, : . -The command of the brigade devolved on Col. Pueu. of the Fortv-first Illinois, who led it steadily and well through tie entire battle. -., Coi. p0gh desires SDecial mention to be t mada l L5ent-.F. Sessionsof -the Third i tenant aessions to the favorable considera-. lI05 ?f lno department. - ione.l..A-. JohMto?. of the Twenty- i o una uuuer mv own eye "during both dayai I -bear hing testt- mny to aia pertect cooIneBS. and .thorough handling ofr his -regiment throughout the wuuie ume, ana. to the fact that his regi ment rallied as a rear guard J6n Sundav af ternoon, during the retreat, bv his DersonaT -ier, ana reportea to me for orders before bciosed into line.- -J ' ooi. riogafl. ti .:.ifca Thirtv-secona. : was severely wounded on ; Sunday- ,-Tbe Lieu-tenaut-Colonel of tne Forty-first' fell about the same time; both in discharge of duty. So, great were the. casUaliles among the fficera, that the Third Iowa regiment went -into action on Monday in. command of a first' Lieutenant. Clj, ; r . To Cof. Teatch, commanding the Second Brigade, my " thanks are due, for the ekill with which he handled-his Brigade oa de tached duty,- and I refer - to his report for the conduct and special notice of bis offi cers The government, aa I am informed, has recognized his former services by pro-' motion, if not, he has won it now.- - ' 1 Brigadier General " J. G. Laumani com manding the Third Brigade, took eommand early, irii, the day i. before the batUe. The Brigade and their commander know each other now. T saw him hold the right, of my line" on Sunday with' his small body of gallant men, only 1,717 strong, for three hours, and then, when changed over to the left, repel the attack of twice his force for a full hour of terrible fighting, closing by the most gallant and succe83ful charge, which gave him lime to draw off his force in order and comparative Dafety.His-re-port.renders fall justice to .his -officers. """s - whom ioionei iteea, ot the J?orty rouriD. Indiana, was esDeciallv diatinciiish- ed . .... ,.J - . w . r - .. My own thanks have been ' personally tendered on the. field of battle to 1st Lieu tenant E.. Brotzman, commanding Mann'a battery, and to his command.- , , r The battery fought through bc'h days under my personal inspection. It was al ways ready, effective in execution, chang jag position promptly when required, and officers, men and horses steady in actioa. !, - HaTihg lost one piece 6u Sunday, it was easy-to distinguish the fire of this battery throughout Monday, laposition first on Gen, McClernand's right, , then oa his cen ter, then on the left, they everywhere ful filled their duty. j: - I specialiy recommend this officer for promotjon.v:; ., - . . -nvelrtemhe"l3fb Ohio battery be mustered oat of service, and that the men and material remaining may be applied to filling up the ranks of some 'battery which has done honor to the. service. . My thanks are due to my personal staff. Capt. S. D. Atkins, A. A. A. Gen.,wbo rose from a sick bed and was . with me until I ordered him to the rear. He was absent three hours, : and returned and 'remained throughout the battle. ' ; Lieutenant J,; C. Long, Ninth regiment Infantry,', my aid, was peculiarly active and energetic and daring in conveying my or ders, under a heavy fire He was fortunate ia. receiving no 'wounds although one ball passed through his cap and one through his sleeve. .... ., j(, . . - : ; ..- ... Lieutenant Benner, M. A. A. Q. M., acted as aid with great coolness and courage, and bad bis horse killed nnder him. Lieutenant W., H, Dorchester joined me as-volunteer aid on Sunday, and rendered valuable aid during Monday. . - Tbs loss of the- division was heavy: Killed 308 Wounded ....1,417 Missing .... 175 Total ..J..;.".'.;. i...:.;l,085 Loss of Myers' and Ross's batteries : HoissSuMkM ,,. . ... .. . .......m ...... 12 Guns and caissons...-..., 4 The official list of killed and wounded has been already forwarded.' ; . I am, very respectfully-, ' .your obedient servant, . -. . ; "'; """ '" S. A., HURLBUT, .... : Brig. GenCom. Fourth Division. V GEO. FOSTER & CO.," PROVISION AND PRODUCE Mercliants, ; , Coi'ner Lecust street and Canal, - - . .. ' KVAN8VILLE, IND. . (TJBMf. ! , ' Tnoaabla us to devote oar attention exclusively to the Provlaion and-Pr duos business, we -have riti'miued to close out our entire stock of GR0 rrRIK.V' - . w.Mn tn rM tha attention of the trade to the fact that we will sell at lower rates, than goods o f similar quality can oa laia- oowk ta ini. uim ,ni, and we invite city, and country hay era to examine .-.-rw.ir htfAM tvnrrtikAslnir eldawhere. " The stock ts well selected for the wants of this nnntins nearlv everv thine kept by a wholesale establishmsnt. Bargains can do naa vj calling: ou . GGO. JOSTBii r vo.,' . . . ' i an22 : : -' ' - Corner Locust st. and Canal. Bj oa btls Linseed Oil, in perfect order, for sale by the bbl af loss than it can be bought in Cincln nati -' S. B. GILBERT A CO., feb3 ' " No- Sycamore st. - 7,i.aT . JUA Bushel, at . : oct24 ...... : IT 5tS VJBJVTtl A9 MM VICKERT BROS. So. 82 Main Street. TMfHMSM hard time when every dollar B tfc onle like to know whera they " ,k. twt haj-mans in (rrocBTias, and they all rT.T.TOTT'3. for he has the reputation of nhaerselUng everybody else. And now, that ha baaalarge etock on hand, we do. not hesitate in saying tnat ne win nu 1,tl l" . AT SCHAf RR k BUSSifiGS, : . SO. iK P1AIJS S1HEET.3 ; f! A bp. ,va U MUCH I t J '' 9w irg .'.st'ick of Bonnets, Bushes. Ameriosn i aad Trenou f lowers, Ribbons Chiidreaa' and i aiisses' Hala. Ac.- -- i Bavins such a tact for buying cheap, we wilt !ave noising undone to merit a contitiuaQce of ! the reputation "seiiin very cheap." ap'l TTJUCJR 1 SO bbls lest quality, for saia by JfSv Ivbld 8. K. GILBiRT it CO. NEW ADVF.RTISEMENTS. CZItl;;'' v ; '; ' :-' i:;.fLBm$. ;-.:-', j 03j '-:; ."j We have, inraddition to oar extensive Job Printing Office, a large and complete Book Bindery & Blank Book Xaanufactory, Connected with our. establishment, which enables ui to execute ': , . .. x Blank Books, Xlzgz zincs, Music Books, ' ; ' Bills of Ladiner. ateamooat jjooks, T J i: Bank Books, Apd, in fact, every description of Binding aijb pbinti1i"g '?'ie shortest notice and on the most rea- so AK;ft. terras for cash. binlcful fir the patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon us, we would re- sptofiiay ask continuance of the same. - . OF EXECUTRIX. Notice is hereW siven that the nnderstcrned has Deea a p poir tea execatrtK oi the late will or James WiiherarMn,::deceaaed,;Ilata of Vauderburgh ionniy, lnaiaaau , batd cot. ife is suppose) to be folvent. ' . MABIA WITHEBSPOON. April 15th. 1862. ' . ; , ap'63 w r-'i SCHLAEPFER'Sr" JUtTT OA MitVM MJVM, MOM BM.tt at ocniaepters ttw iiug fctoro, ('.. - , SODA Ash. and. Potash, tor sale at Schlaepfer's Peruvian Syrup, at Schlaipfer's New Drug StorW tnarai HAJUB Shoulders at low prices, at nec r.l J 1 - . VICKERT BBOU. jkjs-o TJZLoWtuajynLMts. 3 25 boxes, Hill A Co., extra tallow Caodlesj IS ' do Emery A Son., S's otnr Candles; 15 do . . do : . . 7's do do; -b do ' ' ' do ' !.' 4's A 6's do. At i Man8 - 11. Ai UOOH B. RAWS0N. TODD & CO.. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Louisville, Ky. 2,800 bags Rio CofTee, strictly good to prime, at low prices. Thirty oases u Conez Sancho " Licorice in store, and for aal by ths absve nrm. mar28-2w 800 EGGS, just received at .- . - - -VICKERT BBO'S, :.!! Ill :ui--- No. 82 Main street. a Slight Cold. er-: , xvhieh might be checked wilh- a simple remedy, ifrveo-leetedL often, terminates seriously- Few are aware cf the importance of a AJaiLOJL or lloi-m. .V iTt its first stage; that which. in the hegiraruirug , would yield, to a mild remedy, if not attended to, soo?i- mere first introduced, eieven years ugv. It. has beeri proved .that they are in best 1 article before" the public for lis. Avoids.. I&tcMJihxLLa., ' rr - f T-r.- JLstLmCL, PcttCLlLrn., ine jaw 9'v."-''fW.- JZsin&itrriJilLcLri- 'and numerous affections of, the fZFhj-CJzt, giving immediate relief . Public Speakers er Sttngers wiafirvd them, effectual' for clearing strenerthenincr the voice. ''.)3old by oll'Qruggists and Qealers in Jvfedicine, at 25 . cents per box. Sold In Eransville by fob '. - KELLER 8 AVHfTS. loMut, si.- m. arsKa,tNotary fefctio L AW & A NT H E S, ATTOKNETSATIiAW, SEVERAL COLLECTION AND Bbia.L ESTATE ' j ; i . AGENT3. ufllca No. 87 Main street, opposite the Cou r House. Rvansville. Indiana. - mayie-dAwlv GUSTAVUS HOP, , , Wholesa'e Dealer in GAP.' LETTER, MANILLA,. WRAPPING DlDCD!. Printers Cut Cards, Bonnet Boards, bkws a book FAPise. raiNTBas isk, ac. No H 8 Main Street, between 6tb and 7ih streets,. Cincinnati ohio. W5T Higheit price paid for rags. . - mh20-lt2ta'dAlamw jTSiei 5 frails, new crop and rsry line n.r rAived and f,ir sale bv dec2i 8. K. UiliDMll a CO. cos, w Vrr..-T.w y U-MMca, KB i ..ri b HI0 toa lust tacalved.aod fiisaieby.s, K. tiuberi k Co.. No. 4 sycan.or BtTt.LT 2f;0 bbla S.5U b-tb lre and smail ize, Jiisi recia, by S. E. Gil bert '.to. MlaTARH. li?, - i.-ru ec-h, Kentucty Hiiitrtrd. iut rrtcelvetl, end tur .ale l.v S. Ii. G1LISERT CO. prs Ho. 4 8uteiiiore u-eni. i;4'Ki.urt;:r;isJ. - "Ss. . - AW MISCELLANEOUS J. W. NEXSEII, ISIMII OFFICE: IN MARBLE HALL. KVAK8VILLE, 15D., y V If rMMM'JIMKMM TO VJiMM AW. BUks and issue Policies in several of the old-' est and most reliable Insurance Companies of the ' t nited States. STOBKS, STOCKS, DWKLLIKSWr- -MILLS AND MANUFACTORIES, invired aM mtfrab!e rates. ...MABINK.. AND IMM. , fcAVIGATION Kisks taken on FLAT-BO A1S, OKS, STKAMB0ATS and their CARGOES. . Also, applications received for , LlfB, I'Sl, BANCS. ' " Combined Capital Ilepresentv ' ed, over $5,000,000. g Office, Marble Hall Building, No. 9 Main st. I f ' J-iOsses Paid, Upward of The great public service. Dromntnaaa" an4 ral!. : bility of this well-tried and sterling Company, re oomntandtt to preference with those needing In. uranae. srnsurance solicited and Polioie. issued ty . f J. W. NEXEN, Asnt, feb6: Marble HaU Building, Ho. 9 Main at. PREPARE INTIME " AGAINST THE FIRES OF FALL PRIME A' NO. I INS CHANCE a TRB " , , OF HARTFORD, CON'K. Tho Fruits of the . Phrxnis Are manifest In the tollowfre stHtement of PACTS AND FIGURES ! Showing the amount eqnaliced to public benefit, in the shape ef losses paid in the West and- Soutli, during the past font years ; a line of valuable ser vice, hen arable as well as commendable, and woicl. : should togxest .... TH 1 - 7 ritX To ovary man who desires to bestow his lusoranos ' ' - patroaage upon a . WELL TRIED COBPORATIOK. 40,27T 5.. OHIO.-.. JM0.377 4S 27,628 94 ..INDIANA..... 27,052 4 69,174 M v.ILLINOI8.....;j 69,174 68 . , 82,679 08. MICHIGAN 32.670 1)8 ' ai20 13.n,,1tWISCONSlN. ... 84,230 13 9,Tt W ,..-u, nt$u Sfc" , 43,054 ......... 20,802 M J 27 6M8 83. --. 22,830 43 " .. : a,9l 98 555 66 84,064 86. KENTUCKY.-; .43,064 90 .. TENNESSEE-.. 20,832 68... MISSISHirri.... 27,608 83.. Mia80URI.. 82,839 . -.ARKANSAS..... 3,961 98........ IU. A At. m... bO A LADA OIA. .... Ia Ika euuiiubU odiuttmrut. ana prompt Cath rr- spoHM to loues, (AS PiKElt IX lands prominenilp mtlhm head of itt nrofetnon: tchil it itensive, prac . Heal, and Irtt-ela bminem system of local agmtcie, ts not excelled bf any nmuar corporation ta hi voriu.. . Insurancies solicited, ana policies lssuea suu re sewed in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by o J. W. N EXSK.-l, Kesiuont Agent, OrrsD: Marble Hall Building, Main street.' 'V S. E. GILBERT A CO., - - No. 4 Bycamare street. oei2 mWM A O OJU H I BMO'tJBBlh. seleot lot of MM "Union Village," tihaker and other Brooms from 16 to 0c. VICKERT BRO;. tiMMU AnTV.-60 boshels -lor sale in any K3 Quantity by 8. E. GILBERT A CO, : janll ZT9MJJV! HBAJVl 25 tons rich couutrtf MM ran, at H. A. uwns. . . : v Main street. 73n8 ARTILLERY & CAVALRY EQUIP- i rati, i a. - fI i ( setts (hardware and trees oomplete) nt J F for artillery narness; 'a ,UUk Ma fn, t l.O.lrV Ellllf DlDen tS . Snd increased to any amount at short uotlce ; 1,1100 yds. in. dble thread enameled duck; 1,000 de. 6-4 enameled drill; - . ' - 2,i KK) do. 6-4 enameled muslin; ' ; 100 hides enameled leather; ; 800 do. patent dash leather; , ail rins. hoir-akin seatias: " - Rjumtntinn and McLellan spurs, swordbelt trim mings and straps, together with a full aasortmen nf onriil, II HIV UDfl Ol imwiltino, 4", v.-o.. . low CHARLES BABCoCK, ' ; . - ... Water at. prices. novo - i- - At j JLJS-M CUBMOJV !.. 10 bbla ..lvnl ru-r ateiinier. Prairie Roue jina ueu anon, the clearest and ntceet et recensd, for low by bbl or gallon, at jau'ifl ' VICKERT BROS. MjjIM OB : Mir new Beef Tongues, at " - . ' " ' , . dec23 vicaa.tti nitua., Agency for Soldiers Claims. : W. .fie M KAMA AS jjtmw -v. Jf O WHITTLEST procure Invalid Pensions, Bounty Mousy. Arrers of Psy, and Lana " ar rants, nDder th4 several acts of Congress Fees moderate, and no part of their oharges col lected till ths claim is secured. Office on the north side of Third Street, between Main and Locust, Evan.ville, Indiana. feblo McBBIDK A WHITTLESET. MAW jnst received at 8CHAPKKR A BTJSSISG'S, No. 49 Main street. Mw"b7309t"S VlLBTA' ft. DOZMSjy Coal Oil Chlmnief, '' aj-joxtad OU iijes. ccBiprii.ing soma new kinds not yet offerad tufpublic in th-s place, jo reoeiv-d per stamr Lancaster, and for sa eat febll No. 82 Main Street. Butter, and lota ot other M nice things, can be had at j VICKERY'H. " dec7 mmwmmfuMm lmiwriw, -'J mmwmK. M dor and Oolong Teas, at from 45c . to $1 Co per VICKERT BROS., . No. 82 Main st. ' lb., at , nlj. BM.VCM A V&mYAMMJ) boxes, -a MSA gross eaoa, for sale by OC12 8. E. GILBERT A CO.ea Uo. 82 Main Street. vmriS jfiUMIjMtHJi.yrb' i hard times Young t J At S. R2-rdlftf of America runst r ie, an4 a Mini IL. A. LuOK is in receipt (,f a jail asjri rueut. tUe first received 10 the city '". 2 den Willow C.b without covers ; 3 do do do with ccver- it do do do on ipria-stb co'tsrs, 3 to assorted wood bo.i y t -s; ' Pittsburgh Coal. f 7k 1 ' -k. - V. v, : va r .. ..... ........ -. ... nr -.r' Jto28 " '' -' " No. 82 Main street. "