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m i 1 T" r i am tt -1 iini " ".'""' ' ' ) ' ':. ' VOLUME XLV.; BUSINESS CARDS. A. RUSH'S CONFECTIONERY Removed to Second Street, near Main. JfUJ vn m rj.no Vfi a m j com-bbc- -B. tionery to the above named place, ud in addi tion to at old business have al open a - - A FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, And promise to my old and new patrons, that who ever may give me an order for Cake and Con fa, tloneriea, I will furnish them in such a style aa . would be creditable at tbe White House." -' , - - - - A. RUSH. ' ' ftt)193em - - Second Street, near Main. C. SCHMITT & STARK, W hoi wale and Tietnil Dealer in - French, English & American APE R HANGINGS . - - - MCSL.1N AKB PAPKIl Shades and Fixtures, Certain Goods, Gilt Oor nicos, uortain Pins and Tarlor Mirrors. No. 3 and 6 First street, Evansville, Indiana. pr!9-ly ' JTcmciofst Otoolo, (aOCCatWOB TO 8TIKLC BUHNKL,) 2d ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, EVANS VI LLE. INDIANA. ASH,D0OKS, WINDOW BLINDS, MAIB88JSB JsFfTBItB, Boards, Xaths, rc., of eTory description constant ly on hand. Packing Boxes of ell kinds made to jrdur. Sawing of, every kind done on the shortest notice. , . - aprl8-ly NATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Main and Fourth Sts, Louisville, Ky. ? T. A. HARROW PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. nov21.tf PHILIP DECKER, (Successor to Decker A ErnmnrV MANUFACTURER OF LARD OIL, swr n r it liAnuiiKS, - - - Also an extra article of ujvijva, bjy&mvb, cjtn on. Dealer ia Bo1n, Soda, Ashes, Ate. Also PURE CATAWBA WINE. oor own raising, in quantities to suit purchasers, JBmim street t bet. JVrat X Seeontt, KVANSVILLE, IKD. sWTBrm cash, or 60 day' paper negotiable in . : ; . .. Jan20-ly JAMES T. WALKER, JUSTICE 01 TBEPLA CI GKKERAL OOLLECTISa ADEN . Evansville, ndiana. Omce on Third street, between Main inu Sya ere streets. -: H UN-NBL'L'S (FOBMKBLT OT STEELE HPNNKLL.) , CORK IB OF WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAL, ETAE8VTLLE, IltD. rpHM jrx i - m h tj it lis sr.n rrr . -M. is now in fall operation, with new and com plete Machinery of the latest style, for Planing and Dressing Lumber, Planing and Grooving Flooring, making Door a and- Sain- Monldinga, Window Blinds, and e very other description of work done la inch establishments. - Alt work at these Mills' warranted t be well dose, and ill be offered at the lowest cash pri es. Dry Poplar Flooring and Weatherboarding oon seaotly on hand, and will be sold for cash. Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. blittiair. tad U kinds of Sawing is 0 in the most approved style. .. . WM. done to order, BTTTNNTCLL. ...3E- 2J- 3Ss3Co3-2rlr, WHOLB8AL1 D1ALIB IX GROCERIES & LIQUORS, Jlo. 318 West First street, . p2S-Iy EYANSYILLE.IND. ... GREAT BARGAINS I N Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, 2 Hats, Gaps, &c. JOHN J.1IERRITT, Successor to . . $.Taqticss & o9 No. lO 37,x-JE3t; Ot., Offer great inducement to RETAIL Cash Custoin era in the selection from their Large, New, and Elegant Stock of Fashionable Dry Geoda, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Gaps, AT WHOLESALE PRICES I LINENS - HOSIERY WHITE GOODS, and DOMESTICS Offered at S 5 jsereesjf less than heretofore re tailed at In the city. AU are invited to come and compare atuility and price with any other bouse in the city. : - - ' J. 8. JAQUESS CO., ' epll-lyd-cRt '" Ko. 10 First street. CCS 87 Ca TS UF Te. 1 r K9 6 doun pint vVeroestenihiee Sance; UTiVi.XI Gull. Oil or Para eV if Una Candlea and 6 doaen Oval Coil Oil Chimneys not near so apt to break as the round ones. Jost received at rtc1 VI 'KgBY BPOa., W Mlnt. TTHJTIOJX' M M M M H M S. Karly jBL seed Potatoes, 700 bushels pure Neahauock PoUtoes, at .. mh20 K. A. CuOK'S. M edat -2! dos. assorted Broom, reeeiv mbauj H. A. COOK'S. mwaicMjBiim, mjv mmtth mfJSL 10 kltU No. 1 Mackerel: 10 do No. 2 do: 5 do Beeelved at do. mhSO XT.il. CCOZ'S.- WMUM HAJV V. 50 bxs extra scaled Herring; MM . S'bbla tdo salt Herring. Beeelved at " .'. ' mh20J . H. A. COOK' 8 ' 7lSW!HJVMA8. Cheap cow feed Turnips at 20 JL -cents per bushel, at - ' H. A. COOKS. '. ""Fino Fur Gloves, i : - "JCBT MJSCmVH Dt tttton JiH w0 sortmentof s"ur Gloves, a suitable present to yopr friends in the army. 1 Also a aw lot of La dles' far. Call soon and make year solecttetn. : ; VA.DTIXB MABOONSIEE, doclS . " ' " No. 38 Main strebt ; W9MCM MMCMlt tierces Prime Bice, for -sfeV sale at. - - ' H. A. OOOK'U, Jau8 ' ' -' ' '"" ' 73 Main treet. " VICKERY BROTHERS." W.WiOCMr 1O0 tvgs and Jb blls of extra fam M? y Hour,' manufactured from white whhat, sad warranted to givs eatiafaetien, for sale at Vlckory Eros., No. 8J Main street, EGG 3. Four doaen for 23c, at Vlokery Bros., 83 Main street. - - - FISH. So. 1 Salmon. Mackerel, and CodSib, at Yickery Bros. , . , BACON. Nice new Bams, Side and Shoulders, at Yioksry Bros. : - ' - : v OABDEN SEEDS. 1 boxes new 8eeds frees the Shaker Gardens. Also, 10 bushels ef Onion setts, for eat lew, at - VtfJKSBY BB0S, ' r31 81 Main Street. , Knit Socks on hand, worth from 45 cents to ("cents. as . - . . nuJaA.rtt.Jttt Bt'BSINQS, -augiS ' Ne.43 Main Street F3W lJfli'l't.JlrfwVTefMerchant receiving M. . erdere oc Coal Oil Lamps, can have them filled at , iiniJLBi anva., 82 Main St. feblS JL0 . At a very low price, at k - . - H. J. CHLAEPFEB'S . Juty '-." - - - " -New Drag store, tlTVR. barrels best Nvy, for sale by mhlC S. X. CILBEBT tK. Ji JY t JL A M if mm. : Dairv Cheese. 200 bxs, choice enalttv. for sale by 8. E. GILBERT A CO., ' No. 4 Sycamore street. " - HIBEINO. 100 bxs best, for sale by S. B. Gil bert Co. - - , , TOMATO CATSUP. 23 boxes, one doaon eaeh, tot sale by 8. E. Gilbert m Cou TAB CANDLES'. TOO boxes, for sale low, by 9, . Gilbert Vo Ka. 4 Sycamore street. MISCELLANEOUS. BCERHAVE'S dDBIWERS.- Liver Complaint, Fever & Ague. &c Thb nccessifiil IntrdJucUon and tise of this cele brated Itemedy has been the signal for a literal flood oi oompouna called "JJitters," offered in various .ii TT.' "IrS DO:. to iTe-gallon keg, nn til this word "Bitters" is but another name for pes." or some villainous whisky mixture. Cut the reaily great relief derived from the min ute dose, one tetupoonful, of our medicine, Bcerhave's Holland Bitters, f."1 -V-'"- of after protlraUon, has estab lished for it a reputation wluctj the host of imita tions and counterfeits have failed to undermine this positively vegetable orerirrloD. with hami. .n- cieut pure spirits to preserve it. But onesixeef the genuine (Half. Pint Bottles), price Ons Dollar. j.- -; ' It is a medicine of Ions tried eQcaoy for Purify tg the Blood, so. essentUi fhr the foundation of good health and for correcting disorders of the somach and bowels. Two or three doses win convince the afflicted of it aiuuu-y enecu. - XDe stomach win spoediiy regain i.uBi, . urauuj tuuo oi me uver, Doweie, and kidneys will soon take place, and renewed bmiis oe ine quicx rareit. BQ3rhave's Holland Bitters. Boerhave's Holland Bitters. For JVIiilTW Try- , Bcerhave'ts Holland Bitters. HrTt4UUMJil$H Try Boar have's Holland Bitters. J-or HMABJCBLM, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. AtVBS VJf frit TMTJBm Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. -or C08TMV&JVJZ8S, Try Boerhave's Holland Bitters. Aor Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. In all Nervous. Bherrmstio, and Nenralgio Affec- wuub, n iua in numerous instances proved highly wuoMvaou, uiu m umen enwetea a aeciaea cure. . ; . Read Carefully I The renuine. hi?hlv-ooncentnitAH nria,i ti m land Bitters iiDutnn in half.nint bnttlea nnl v. anil ouuieu mt yne foliar per Dottle. Tne great de- ed many Imitations, which the public should guard against purchasing. o swart of tmpotttum I Bt Oat onr name it on On label of evtrf botut yon bug. Benjamin Page, Jr., & Co, SOLE PROPRIETORS, PITTSB L'EGH, PA. irTTT.T.TilT? yr TJ17TTTT-C! - m.w WW . . JL. A. A QENTS, Evansville, Ind. Onoloo FRU IT T R EE S, OHjyrjjniiJYTAL. sumithm. Evergreens, Roses, &c, &c. CDLTIVATED AND FOB SALE AT TUB -COLUMBUS 1KT TT DEI. i 2D DEL . BATEHAM, HANFORD & CO., COLUMBUS, OlIIO. Orders received bv G. V.- BRotrowTnw. Agent ' feb3-dw4m Soldiers' Claims: BEN. STINSON AND JOHN TENNIS, Evajirvillb, Ind., Procure INVALID PENSIONS. BOUNTY MON EY, ABBEABS OF PAY, Land Warrant, and other Government promises, for claimants fnstlv entitled. Xo ohareee until claims are secured. Orr:c : On Third Street, near Main. feb6-3md Administrator's Notice. 10mAVA1 is hereby given, that the under w BT . signed has been appointed Administrator o' the estate of Edward Matdlow, deceased. Said . taU Is sapposed to be solren t. narcu tin, iBbZ. IllivAKD MAID LOW. mar24-ltd-3t Administrator 'a Nnti fie. I90TACM3 is heraoy given, that the nnder ' tinned has been auoo nied Admiucitrator of the estate of Philip U. Muidlow. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. Ail persons having claims agmast the estate will preeuut their bills to me, and all those indebted to the wlw v ill srttle with me iuimedialely.- EDWARD MAIDLOW. roarZ6-3tw - GEO. A. B1TTU0LFF, MM. from the East, with a well selected stock of Watches, Glosks, Jewelry, and Silverware, offers his stock as low as the articles can be bought in large cities. Gold Watches, from $153 down to ao. Silver Watches Irom J90 down to 810. Clocks, from 850 down to $1.76. Setts of Jewelry, from 850 down to 60c. Bracelets, from 83 down to 9$ 6J. Finger Kings, Breastplus, Fnr-rlmr". from 815 down to 25c. Silver Table and Teaxpoono, Koun Ladles, Cream Spoon., Batter and Fruit Kniven. Sugar Tongi, Salt and Mustard Spoons, all sold lower than usual. - - 8i:ver, gtl and German fcilvtr Soectacles. L- dio' flae Wire and Sh 11 Portemonaies, Oliver and Tortoise rheil Card Caws, Gentlemen's Purses and Portemonaiei. V. R. .Robinson a Inde.Ticul Silver Soao, for cleansing Silver or Plated Ware, the best thing ever oseJ. Gold Guard and Vest Chains. G!d Pens. Plated Ware, Castors, Ac. Lathe and silk Guard Steel Chain. Guggles, Reeve r e and others, Thermom eters, fo , all of which he cffr at low figures. Call and see before purchasing elsewhere, and satisfy yourselves of the tact. iro Buck- MJ wheat Fltur, Extra, at ' janS H. A. COOK'S. WBML Al i just re.-eived, and fr sale t loo J 3 VlCiiiUY BROS.. 82 Main St. " CALDWELL'S." WB-MBTjyrXR t7-7 A It WJl Ii I4 KB M. selling for cash, an4 as l"W as any- other houae ia the city, imre OI ive Oil, warranted pure auu no BumDcg. CO doaen 1 and 2 auiu-tcnn Cove Ovatrs. Just re ceived at Partner Caldwc-U's, No. 9 first eireet. 10 dozen freeh Lolsters jnt received at No. 9 First street. . - . FRESH SALMON. 1 dozen just received a No. 9 Fint etteet. - PINE APPLES. 10 doren in cn or jar ; : -' ! 2 dozen can BJickberrlea : 60 do and can sardines, just received and for sale low by PARTNER CALDWELL'S, 1'23 No. First street. CHOICE POTATOES. fr BP8HJSA.S CUOICH POM wlA'XW KW TOES recfciredou cansiennient and for aula by SUAirE A CO. ap23-dlw tJflilinery , Gootls, AT ' ' ' ' 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ' .1 AT . SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S, ' ; . ".NO. 40 MAIN STREET. -wny9H HVB J JE. J B O B WW tock of trimmed and nntrimmed Bonnet, Bats, Flower. Kmbes, Rib boas. Nets, c, and constantly receiving. Having a skillful trlminer engaged for the sea son, we will trim Bonnets and Hats at short no tice. . SCI1APKKB BCt-SING, ap23 ' " No, 49 Mais street. : d. K. Leavitt (Notary Public.) 8. R. Hobkb aeoK LEAVITT & H0RNBR00K, ; Z tomet8 at JLattv EVAN8Y1LLE, IND. Collection ani Beal Estate A genu. Will attend t collecting Soldiers' and Government claims of every description. -- ----- Offlceon Third Street, bet. Main and Sycamore -mar28 - . . . J?""-" nUTTMM-ti doeen nioe fresh Eggs for 26 canta. .Till 1 nmnAi nhn Bntter for a quarter, at VIOJCERY BROS. - No, 82 Main afreet. EYAKSYILLE, Rates of Advertising. tt- I M il IMI i I I .Pay. 60t r f. 00 I 85 I 75 Day. 76 1 16 160 I X 90 9 26 f SO I Day, ) 1 00 f 1 60 ) I T5 S36 t .76 f 3 4 Dave. 1 26 1 DO f 8 60 : It S 60 1 S75 4 15 6 Dap: 1 80 8 ia( 20-l 4 SO I Week.- 1 6Q ii 3 ( -8 08 '.8 75 4 to I 6 26 Worh 8 60 a 75 f, 00 f 25 7 50 8 76 . 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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-- - Military Companies, Order of Odd Fel lows, Masonic Orders, Benevolent Societies and binging Societies For each notice not exceeding: 8 linea 25 cents for each insertion; over eight lines at caw rate. - : Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1 ; without notice, free. Marriage notices 50 cents. i Notices of Festivals. Picnics and Excur sioos. gotten cp by individuals or associa tions, or by churches, at regular prices. 1 Advertisements leaded and placed under the head of Special Notices, if tea lines or over, will be charged doable the usual rates. -: !: . ; Advertisements making lees , thai three lines, inserted once in the Daily, will be eaargext nrty cents., . ; -y. ; " . Yearly adverusers to pay quarterly. Announcing candidates of every descrip tion to be charred at the rate of Si 50 for each name in. theJ ftily, and $2 in the Daily and Weekly, the same to be, in all cases, paid in advance. EVANSVILLE JOURNAL CO. INSURANCE. Ins ur a no o Ag e noy. alleE hlrm.nm-v 11 le. ONDER WRITER AND GENERAL JSSUBANC1 AGENT, - - ADjreTEB.or Aysntars, ajtb Notakv Public. He renUnnea to issne Policies from several Firs Class and most reliable ' INSUBAACE COMPANIES In the Oownirr, rm fnia-md and Firs Biskt. Be wM aluo receive applicatr.ns for LIFE INSCBANOS. " : He will attend to the Adjnatinsut of icsee Of- every description under policies from othet agencies, 'and attend to the settlement of all mat ters connected with IS81HH""1''-r....... 1-- te rested v Hi. lone- perienoe as an Imouscs aknt, baa mxie him familiar wrtn all snbjeots oonnected-witk-Insnranee; -Offleeen First-Street, opp. Post Office. ECOiNQilV' AN1. SECUBliy. Tlieylsoriilard FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, " .V.: .. ; 31 wall ,st. , Cash Capital $500,000 PROFITS ANNUALLY DIVIDED I 75 PER CENTi TO ; THE DEALERS. This Company divides three-quarters of the net prouts to the policy holders, in scrip, bearing interest without any liability to the insured. This Company funds its surplus, instead of dividing it to the Stockholders, thereby giving it policy holders greater security, and .at the same time cheaper insurance than any other system, -. CARLISLE NORWOOD. President. " SEOBGE .3BABY, SecV ' " 1 WASHINGTON SMITH, Vioe-Pres't. A. C. Ilallock: dk Son, Agents, . declS ''.'., KVANSVILLH. INCORPORATED 1847. KSUfliPOOSP Y HARTFORD, CONN. ;,; Capital, . -. - $250,000. 0. a WAITI, Sec-y." ' C. B. BOWERS, Pres't 3. H. PRICE, General Agent, Residing at Chicago, Ills. CASH CAPITAL tt SURPLUS $327,540. 1 This Company insorBs against loss arrd dtunage liy Fire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores, WarehotMes, Stocks of Merchandise, and all insur able property at as reasonable rates of premium as any other solvent and reliable Company, - Aajtatiny Lone fairly ami paying tkem promptly; ' - Application made ee- and Policies tesned by - -A. 0. HALLOCK Jt SON., - First Street, opp. Post Office. -ang21-lyd Svaxsviua, Ind DRESS HATS. Onr spring style, now ready. Is one of the hand somest ever seen, and by a new arrangement, feet as comfortable to the wearer as any soft bat. Every other- eoocetvable style made to order.- i - - - Union Hats, ' TTbe neatest dressiBg bats for yonng man.' . Reiifrew"" --Magenta Hats. ; r, Qometmng I aacy. , , : Soft Hat s Of every oencerfnbie shape and color. Latest styles Caps! Caps! Caps All tbd leading styles for spring and suns mar Juat received. - - I n f a n't H a t s & Caps. A splandid assortment of fancy hats ana caps spring and summer style. , - - B o y s ; S port i n g H a t s .. Of every description and price. C as b i mere H at :- All styles and prices. 8 TS oft B eave r'Hiaits , . For Puinmer wear, as light as a feather, at VAUTIEK & MARCONNIER'S, . No. 30 Main street. ip. WEDJfES DAY HORNING,; APRIL 30, 1862. ' PTBCTf HBD rt JAMKS H. McNEELY. . - F. M. THAYEB.- . . ... JNO. H MoNKELY. THS riBM Of THB EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY. Journal Buildings, : Locust St., Btttemem ftrtt am Wter. REGULATIONS FOR IS62; All Advertisements amounting to $3 or less must invariably be paid in advance to secure attention. wrJ -: sf -" All Job Work must be aid for on 'delivery. Transient Work must be pre-paid CALENDAR FOR 1862. . 1 5 12 i . W j , I 2 3 l 6 7 8 9 10 11,' IB 13 14 IS 1617 13 1: 211 21 i 1'4H ! 2827 28 t3 30 31 ... " a "o "7 3' 10 11 12 13 14 W J1SU7 18 19 20 21 22: 23!24 2"i 20 27 28 "Si's "i 5 'e 7 t 10 11 12 13 14) 15 16 17 18 19 20 21' 23 24 ii 26 27- 28 3a: il . ...! 1 2 3 4 fi 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 IB 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2ff 27 28 29 30 :.. . J 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 lO 11 12 13 14 IS 16 IT 18 19 90 21 22 23 24 25 36 27 28 29 30(31: "i " i "i " "e "7 8 9 10 1L12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25l 26 27 28 2!l 31 ; 1 8 15: 9 26 "i 9 it 23 30 6 13 21 22 28 .30! 3 4 s 'i 11 12 13 14 16 18 19 20 21 22 Si" is 4 11 18 2.V 51 20 27 29 2 3 i 6 1(1 II 13 16 17 IS 20 23 24 25 27 "i 10 30131 1 8 t'7 n;l4 15 1? 24 2021 27 J 28 ,"6 U 12. 18119 ! 23 29 1 8 15 22 6 13 20 2516 27 2SI-29 0o, FrtDcll Train', Speecli on (he Federal Army,-before the London Society ot Coffers. . The Society of Cogers is one of the moat ancient of the London Discussion Halls having been established in tbe reign of the third George. It oriaiaallv eonsisted of citizens -,f Loudon, who met to watch the course Of their : representa-' fives in London Freedom of the Press Freedom . of Discussion Obedience .to the Laws Loyalty to the Crown, and tbe Practice of Public and . Social Virtue are some of its tenets. Among its early mem bers were the Aldermen John Wilks fl756). Sir Richard Glynn (1793,) Sir James Shaw (1813),! Sir W. Paking (1819), and many of England's leaders. Here Brough am and Campbell measured. intellect and both Houses have among them men who have debated here in other days,. Air. I rain, on enterme lhe Debatino- Hall on the 22d nit. for the first time, wad at once recognised and loudly called for-r- tue events of the week beinz the thenio for discussion. The audience was so pleased with his Tattling digest of the late American victories. - former- aMe euuris, ttiat tbejr rose by aeclamaUoi, nrt there and then elected him an -honorary member Of the Ancient Society of Cogtre. Below, we give Mr. Train s remarks on the American Army on this occasion. We should judge by the opening portion of this speech that Mr. Train evidently thinks the advice of Sam Slick, that the judicious ap plication or a . little "soft sawder"' often helps things along mightily, to be. of Some account. - Mr. Chairman. I rise beacuse courtesy demands it I speak because it would be rudeness not to and because, when an English audience express their will, it is useless to combat it. The last speaker is a bold man to express such radical senti ments. One would suppose that, L eland was on fire with revolution when, Biace Major Q'Riley's selection, it seems as calm as a summer Jake. . .fc. was- penned to hear his comment on the Government, and ap parent coldness when alluding to England's sovereign. It would be singular wera aa American to prove himself more loyal in an English audience than the English: or Irish themselves but such is the fact in his case. - I never remember hearing the name of England's Queen mentioned, where Americans composed tbe Darty, that each and all did not rise, as if she were their queen as well as yours. rCheers.1 The American people are peculiar in their admiration for that estimable lady; and bow more than ever she Lai gained oar esteem, since it has become known to us that it : was her beneficent hand that removed the ' pen and ink away from Lord Palmerston jast as he was about to ". indite that . fatal declaration -; of war against a proud people who have, lived sod will live in remembrance of the hallowed associations of their haughty "ancestors. Cheers A tbonght occurs to tne as-yon cheer we are living in a whirling e; it is no longer the divine right -of kings in your case, bat the divine Tight of qaeeos applause and on our .side is :a. divine light , which we shall ever maintain pf Union now and Union forever . ' . ' r," The strange fancy that enters my brain is this . Should it ever: bo happen in the breaking np of Ministries, and the breaking down of Governments, that you should become tired of the noble lady that ' has done already more for England than Eng land can do for her Bhould It ever so hap pen in the strange -vicissitudes that are taking place during this age of events, that your Qaeen ehould ; become distasteful to you which God forbid, and-which' I be-' lieve impossible, then let me say.to you, in the name of the American people I here by promise that she shall be elected Presw dent of the United States. Laughter and cheering. And I am conbdent that the same spirit that sprung up in every bieast in that great United North to embrace and welcome her proud and lovely first born ehild cheers will stimulate our people to throw aside party on that occasion, and place-Tlctoria in the White House by ac clamation. - Cheers, laughter, and ap plause. -: The gentleman made a happy bit, by calling-this audience a republic of free men where free tbonght, and free debate, and free " opinion ruled supreme. I ac cept the Republican simile and should hope that among its citisens there are none who would commit so basely an act, under the garb of loyalty to the Queen, as to breed treason against the Government, and seek with bloodshed its overthrow, as some other bad citizens have done in that Great Republic over the way. Hear, and applause. - Mr. O'Brien does not believe in the honesty )f ; our President on the slavery question; I am - not surprised ior i navft been long enough in this country to know ; that there is a large" party in the land who would not believe any good of America or the Ameri cans, even -though the Angel Gabriel whispered i in their ears. Laughter. The- more-we try; to. please you, the less we appear to succeed. ' - But what can we expect when ,the Saturday . Review lands Burnside's' naval expedition in the moun tains of. Western Yirginia-Iaughter ana ine limes mages the Uontederate army march from. Richmond-to- Bunkers Hill rn oner night 1 XLauSn'et-J, Older than ourselves, we have taken your advice Dr. Russell gsve-yoathcr text to ridicule snd.Jaaghiatoacraw recruits (as Soth eron says in Lord; Dundreary) he; seems to .have been as mad on the American question as a Welafc rabbit. Laughter. Yoo took it up, and : told ns that to make soldier; lont-; of: farmers, - and: tradesmen, and -7 mechanics,-, scd fisberment- there must be hard drilling. . We accented your counsel,' Europe rpoured in "upon as .hun dreds 6f heV beat, artillery, cavalry and in fantry cJHcers,wbo bursting with the Jove of liberty were anxious to give Union bat tle. Look at "McClellan's staff., comnosed of brave' generals, bold princes and fature kings, who have already cried A BourbonI A Havblock I. and jet slip a handred regi ments, to sweep the madman from his throne. - Applause. ' By this time there is not even : one Richmond in ths field Drill, you said ; we have drilled.. ; Why do you wait so long, then? you asked. " We are drilling, we replied. And I now - point you to the million of drilled men that cover a battle line of two thousand mues. x our mou, . again you said, your mob never will give up Mason and Slidell. The mob did give up the traitors,' and fur thermore received the British officers at Boston, who were sent to wage War against us, with almost a royal welcome 1 .Ap plause. Yon said, you have no money and we will not lend you a Bhilling. ' Gentle men we never asked you or ft shilling. Hear, hear. . And as I observed on a previous occasion, the only' real cause we have yet given for breaking the blockade was the tak ing up the entire Federal loan in our own land; without even consulting Mr. Sampson of the Times, Baron Rothschild, or the London Stock Exchange. , ' ; You said it ' was impossible td blockade our pons." Gentlemen, there never was a blockade so effectual, because, there never was war so extensive, or people bo deter mined, or administration sostrong ! There is ro cathartic sufficiently powerful to re move the stones from the rained harbor of Charleston, until tbe Federal Power choos es to exercise its clemency again. The Times' Russell now admits the power of oar navy, which you have ridiculed, and thinks, where 2,000,000 or bales of cotton are locked up, which, if let loose, would command three prices, and where all the simple necessaries Of life are 150 per- cent above the market, tbe blockade must be ef fectual. Foster's scorching rebuke to Greg ory in the Commons, has made more ridic ulous than ever the Irish Champion of Treason. You said that the North and a little longer 1 You said, Republican In. stitntions had failed Already the pass port system is abolished, the political pris oners have been released, martial law su perseded by Civil Government, and the placid Ocean of Peace is gradually replacing the turbulent waves of War, so that when the sunlight of Union shines upon it, there will be reflected back from the glassy- mir ror myriads 'of" faces 'from ' S happy, con tented people. ' Applause ' " ' - You will never know the' herculean en ergies we have displayed. Let me paint be picture in my own , way. . We have nine armies, under nine Generals, compos ing a force equal to nine Waterloos, a doz en Au3terlitzes, two Mosows, and larger than all the forces of all . the nations that gave battle at Crimea. Ob. To give you the ides of its magnitude, 1 will change the battle ground. :- -. Old England shall represent New En gland ; and all Europe shall b the field of action. Time of preparation, six months ; resource?, all our own. With the sympa thies of England and tbe world against us, we have placed 20,000 men under General Butler, at Cronstadt; 20,000 under Genenl Sherman, at Hamburg ; 30,000 under Gen eral Burnside, at Amsterdam ; 20,000 under General Halleck, at Odessa; 20,000 under General Hunter, blockading Yienna on tbe Danube ; 40,000 under General Buell, at Trieste; 80,000 under General Grant, at Marseilles ; 60,000 under General Banks, on the Belgian coast; leaving some 300,000 under General McCleilan, on the French shore, after crossing the Potomac of tbe Channel. - Hear, hear. The distances .in my picture are not - so, unequal, although populations, fortresses and languages': are different.- . Remember that England, is the point from which I take my sketch. . Aus tralia is the California, with another Union army for the Pacific T- shore. ' Alf : those points protected, we have. England still to represent the great Union, party in . our Northern country, with .five millions more of armed men, ret.dy to plunge into battle in defense of the - nation's life. Loud cheers. - . Ia America,- as in 'England, there ' is an uncoiled spring ;: of magnetic : intelligence, that, when set in motion, could only be surpassed in grandeur by the artillery bat teries of Heaven t Applause. Tbe next mail will bring you startling intelligence. Let me foreshadow the plan of action the battles are already fought if reverse were possible in one point, victory triumphs in another. The Georgians lost their mail arrangements some time ago, and now they have bad their water-works cut off.- Loud laughter. Gentlemen, it is no laughing matter; were you citizens of Savannah, to. be ebut off from" all communication from your fellow men, renewed laughter, who have already began to contemplate tbe ter rible atrocities so vividly pictured by Ar rowsmitb, the reliable correspondent for the London Times, of " Railways and Revolv ers in Georgia." : Laughter and applause Savannah is down, Charleston is taken Mobile occupied by Unionists, New Orleans besieged, . and Memphis occupied I Two weeks after the fall of Fort Henry, Fort Donelson, the occupation of Clarksville and Nashville, the evacuation of Columbus and Mantua of the West, cheers and Korfold under tbe "Stars and Stripes I" Beauregard, the hero of fortifications, has Uoome the hero of -1 evacuations; (Pillow keeps up his Mexican -reputation by -cutting " his yinythrovgh. . ilie forest, at the first, smells of ablood, laugh ter while the battle of Floyd's l?tnlaugh ter shall be commemorated as the Leipsic of Confederate history. The Confederates are howling at England, calling tbe Minis ter all kinds of names, playing the Rogue's .march, singing .Ferfde Albion ia tbe dim twilight of iheir conspiraco, gnashiog their teeth: with hate sod .rage, in vain endeav ors, to cover np their ignominy and lheir shame. . . ';, '.'.-:.;.-.: v - -A; voice,;" Where ia. the Sumter?'' Cries o "Order 11 .. Pot him onti"-jr-. . : ,; .. The Sumterv air, which .comprises one half the Confederate navy laughter .-is corked. up at Gibraltar, with deserted crew watched by the Tuscarora, .and - out of . the reach of. again being ordered away by your foreign office. The -Samuter- can no more burn innocent": merchantmen- nd-rob peaceful people" tjeoLuf" ber officers' are already- on their wey to the American coast in. a Federal war ship to receive the just pdaiahmeut of an outraged power another part of the pirate navy. has just arrived at Wilmington, by express order of the Con federate Cabinet, who have their trunks all packed, and have stolen all tbe money they couia Jay their, hands on. preparatory to taking their chances of escaping in the Aa8hvilie from the doom that awaits them. rCheers I ' - The order to burn the cotton and tobacco U under the mistaken idea .that it would involve England in the. common ruin with themselves. . .Bear in mind, gentlemen, that iuia coLioa ana rooacco is solemnly pledged for the redemption of the Confederate paper auu me confederate loan, and now the Confederate Cabinet have got all the money iney can sponge out of their deceived sub jects, they solemnly order them to destroy me securities on which tbe loan was paid. rrr - . linear, near.j And all this to deceive Eng inuu,. ur.ramer irigateu liagldnd oy . a threat, the very last flung of all others so mswry states that would bring this re markable people to book. . You should know that the crops destroy ed and the cities burned are not by their owners, but by their miserable riff-raff, who nave notning to lose a riff-raff, as one 1 -I r . . , . . epcaaer ueauMiuiiy remarked, wbo repre sent ine dead level of humanity, standing oa cue lero ot civilization, or wallowing in me mire oi their own beastly sensuality, instead of float, Dg on the wings of a virtu ous imagination, or poised on the pinions oi patriotic intelligence. I Ubeers. General Banks' movement on Winches ter Is only a feint to allow McCleilan to push oa. to Fredericksburg, and the nature oi a eonuict ttiatamail or two will an nounce may be estimated by the Com mander-in-Chief having ordered fifteen thousand ambulances to bear away the wounded I Sensation ! Verily, it is a icinuio necessity : Dut tne sprint; has ar rived tbe month, and the hour that calls loudly ' for victory ; two thousand years nence tne ides or March will be associated with the history of the Potomac. The beautiful lines of Bayard Tayior are in my "Then down the long Pctomas's line. Snout like a storm on bills of pine. -Till ramrods ring and bsyonen shine I : Advance I the chieftain's call is mine, i J Haaoa!'' : Loud cheers aad appIauM.J . -Jtlillincrii Cfoofl : : - AT MES. HASTINGS, . Main Street, between First and Second. TS HJVB JUST RKCKtVUIi -JT 1 jbl opnog biock (X iujiiiuery uooos, coniltitinA of Bonnets, Bibbons, fancy GkkIs, A 3., which were bought at very low figures, and Kill be sold for cash only, at prices to sait the times. - The attention of ths ladles is called to this stock, which is ths largest and bst selected ever brought to thl uiurkut. . apr6-3ind J - MBS. 3. HA8T1EG3. PAY NOTICE. rsnfitt vjvjsBBSAtrjyrjiAf, wisu- -JL. in a to close the company business of B. KCBKIi A O0 (Nurre Brumuelhaus) requests all those indibfcd to tnem to poy their account, and notes at once, in -der to save costs. , If not pni by the ftist of May, they will be left with a justice tor collection. marZo-Sw . NUBKE & BKCMMILH AUS. MJO. beet Quality for sale low bv :; nov8 . r. 6. K. GILBERT ft OO. - dfyOCOJI JVVTtil cask r sew crop, just re tU' ceived and tor sale b v - g. tt. OIIiBKCT A CO., '. dec2t '' '. No. 4 Sycamore street. jrpAMtJUM A4WlHaH. 100 ken, for sale Jfcev by mhlO B. E. GILBKUT A CO. - . . MSCHLAEPFER'S." tBBT tJf MVVH IJyK, VOB MJLK at Bcnlaepf.r New dug store. SODA Ash and . Potash, for tle a( Schisenfer's New Drug Store. COSRAD'9 Bug Toison. Ths best boe destrov or in tne world, for sale at H. J. Pchlaepier's New Krnr etore. : .;, JlibT received, -Another supply of the genuine Peruvian Syrnp, at Bchla.'pK-r a Aav Drug Store. mar ' ', B l 13 -3 V a A" MJJBB w Shoulder at tow prices at -. de8 VICKIRT BROS. RAWSON. TODD & CO.. WHOLE SALE GRO J ERS. r ..." Louisville, Kj. ' 3,800 bags Kio Coffee, strict. good to prime, at loprioe. -'-. ;-' . : - ' . Thirty x:ar "Gonox Sancho" Licorice In ctorr, an J for il : by lha al-f e Arm. mar2a-2w fifV It r X Mi JV tf JtBMtiB 91M99 EGGS, just received t febfi- ' , YICKERY ERTS, No. 82 Main- street. ran" twt si. a. AJtTnr.s, (Notary t'!b;ic LA W - & A N THE S , ' ATTOUKETS AT LAW. ' 1 UN KltAL COLLECTION AND- KE1L ESTATE AGENTS. jChcs No. SI .JaLiiu street, opposite the Cou r Houpe. Kvatisville, Indiana. . . , Diyl6-dwly GUSTAVUS HOP, Wholeea'e Dealer in . C1P,' LETTER, MANILLA, WRAPPING - PAPERS, ; Printers Cut Cards, Bonnet Boards, "nrws aid book PArrs, raiNTsas ink, tvt. No tiHt Main Street, between 0th and 7th streets',' Cincinnati, tHio. CSS" Highest price pkl tor ran. lnhaMtwrfAlamw MfknlTBS 6 frails, new crop MM jn-t reoaived and f r sale by kvl very One dec2 K. GILBERT . CO. " GILBERT & C0.,S.,, BmCP0JVr8 .: MI.B POWOBB, MM iu metal ktgs. 100 kegs just received, aud f r sale by S. E. Gilbert A Co., Ko. 4 Sycamore street. ' ' SALT. 200 bbls Kanawha Suit, both targe and small size, just received, and for rile by S. E. Gil bert Co. MUSTARD. 0 bxs, 8 I'ozeu each, Kentucky Mustard, jast received, and for sale by 8. K. GILBERT A CO. apr8 No. 4 Sycamore Street. VPPLlBIt j UJtJS'.JVo TBBM lot of those nice SHAKER BROOMS so cheap at 25 cents each, at VICEERY BROS., cot24 No. S3 Mala Street. NUMBER 182. MISCELLAKEOUS J. W. NEXSEW, & TT tj m t. v. t . lulMCE illY! OFFICES IN MARBLE HAi-i.. KVA3ISV1LLK, INI)., J ft .Vi" 1'MH FJLHKU TO TJUii Kinks aud issne Policies in several of the old est ud most reliable Insurance Comiiioi of the United States. STORES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, MILLS AND MANUFACTOKIKS, insured v the mot favorable rates. MA RINK AND Iwt.jjt, KAVIOATION Risks Uken on FLAT-BOATrt , BAP.QK3, STEAMBOATS and their CARGOES. Also, application i received for LI FK INSl EAHOB. Combined Capital Represent ed, over 15,000.000s Office, Marble Uall BuiMitiK, No. 0 Main st. CASH ASSETS, JANUARY iST,18S2, Losses .Paid, Upward of 014,000,000: The great publio service, promptness and relii bilitycf this well-tried and strlina Company, re command it to preference with tnoje neoslins In surance. ?Iusurance soliciteJ and Pollcie Issao 1 r.v .5 f-. J. VV. NEXEN, Agent, fobg ' Warble Hall Building, No. 9 Maio st. PREPARE IN TIEXE . . . ' AQAIN8T THE FIRES OF FALL PRIME A'KO. I ISSl'KANCE ''. ' . . w THE pii(Eiix m. mm : .-. OF HARTFORD, CONN. Tho Fruits of tlio Phconis Are manifest in tbe following statement of PACTS AND FIGURES! Showisr, the amount equalized to publio beuedt, lu the shape ef losses paid in the Went and South. during the past foui years; aline of valuable ser vice, honorable as well as commendable, uu.i vrtiiot should suggest . THE To every man who desires to bestow his insurance - patronage upon a WELL TllIJKU COKPOKATION. f 4&,277 45..... .OHIO '. $ J0,8TT 45 87,623 94 .........INDIANA..... 27,622 94 69,174 H.,......ILLINOIS 68.174 6 82,670 08... MICHIGAN...., 32,670 03 84 .2) 13. .....WISCONSIN 34,220 IS 19123 34.........IOWA . .. 19,323 .V T.16T0O .N'KBKA7nr.A..r. - T.lft? v-t 9,766 0.............K ANSAS 9,7H 00 84,064 8o KENTU0KT. ....... .. 34,064 31 43,054 90 .......TENNESSEE ......... 4:1,054 8t 20,832 65 MISSISSirPI 20,832 ."4 27,698 83...... MISSOURI- 27 68 S-t 22,839 41... MABKANSAS..... ... 22,a)9 41 8,901 98........ T&XAS. ., 3.&C1 98 . boS 65 ALABAMA 655 65 In Ms eowAlablo adiMatmeta. prompt Cash rs- tporue to louee, the PHtXSKIX mtandt pre-eminently at the head of tie profession; while it extensive, prac tical, and ftrst-elan bnsinese tystms of local agencice, t not excelled by any similar corporation in the world. Insnrancie solicited, aud policies Issued and re aewed In thin leading Corps ration, at fitir rates by J. VV. AUX-SlfiJW, Resident Agent, Orrics: Marble Uall Bnildiug, Main el r ret. ATI' OTTOJV B4TTMJV& 100 bales for sul V by S. E. GILBERT A CO., No. 4 Sycanmre Rlrw'f . ociz ; "Union VUUga," Shaker and othor Brueme irom 15 to 20c VICKEItY BRO-. sKASBit AtVB. 60 bushel lor sle iu any K9 quantity by 8. K. U1LBERT A CO, janll gBAIJVl AtBJjyri'Zb tons rich cuuutrv MM Bran, at 11. A. COOKS. 7iln8 - Main street. ARTILLERY & CAVALRY EGLUIP- MEMS. Isfl fi i (Hardware and trees complete) ; U f tor artillery harness; 4tuw Kin Vuu 1 vnwmiy ciuijiuiaiiiB, biiu increased to any amount at short nolii ; 1,000 yds. 6o in. dble thread enameled duck; 1,000 do. 6t enameled drill; 2,000 do. 6-4 enameled muslin; 100 hides enameled leather; 200 do. patent dash leather; 40 dos. hog-skin seatiug; Regulation and McLellan spurs, swordbslt trim mings aad strups, together with a full assurtusen of goods ia my line of business, for cash at low prices. CHARLES BAB''CK, novo inir bi. ftVIA. ' received per steamers Prairie Kotie arid Leb. aeon, the clearest and nicest yet received, for sair low by bbl or gallon, at Jan2S viujiEiil UKU.1. 50 C'BJVTai AiJVU JOM . AsJUtfiB new Jeef Tongues, at dec28 VICKERY BR09., 82 Main st. Agency for Soldiers Claims. ATI W. McHMAtlta JI.Ylt J. T. W WHITTLESlf procure Invalid Pensions. Bonntr Money. Arrears of Pay, and Laud War rants, under the several acti of Oongrewi Fees moderate, and no part of their charges col lected till the claim Is secured. Office CTO IbO sonb l M Ail 1 . (l.i nl, tmilmmuM Main and Locust, Evansville, Indiana. febli SICBItlUSi St WDltxur.an.1. smJpi uot received at SCilAPKlvja A BUSJlSti'B, itt-c30 ". 4i Main street. sfetJAm -309 boxes Herman ana ram, ior sale 3 low by S. E GILBERT A CO. mhlO ; - ' . . S?f BOXBJyr ooal on unimniee, axsortoa 9$ 9 sises. tcmprlning some new kinds not yot offered the public in ths place, Just rsoeived per steamer Lancaster, and for sale at ... ... VKJH.Ji.liX liliOS., . . ... febll ' ' " No. 82 Main Street. ' rgitUKB JTtt, Egg', Butter, and lota ot other jet nice things, can be naa at dec7 VIOKEltT'H. 8. Imperii, Vonng Hyson, Uunpow. der and Oolong Teas, at from 46c. to SI CO per lb., at . YICKERY BK08-, No. 82 Main st. 'g88BJyrVAt UA VOAAtAtM boxes, Yt JtLj gross eaco, for sale by ocl2 8. X. GILBERT UO.ee sepS No. 62 Main btreei. J 1 M . m . . w v , fj i t...i v,. a m.Hn mu.t n le, and as usual H. A. COOK is in reoeipt ci a ment, the first received in tne cuy l"" . 2 uoxeu WUlow Vieos wuu. - 8 do do do wiih covers. I do do do onsprlngswithcovsrs; Art assorted wood body cabs; Pitt-burgn Coal.