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JLL JJ id. JUA - VOLUME -XIV. BUSINESS CARDS. A. RUSH'S . CONFECTIONERY - Removed to Second Street, near Main. ... 7fBJ 'b UK.no van .ar cojvec- M tiouery to the above named place, and in addi tion to my old business have also opened a . . FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, And prumiae to raj old aud new patrons, that who ever may give me an order for Cakes and Oofec tioneries,! will furnish them in each a style as would be creditable at the " White House." .... ... - - - - -- - A. BUSH. . febl9dem Second Street, near Main. I MISCELLANEOUS. pVANSVILLE. JND. THURS DAY: tlORNIW, MAY 1. I86t. v D AIL Y - JOURNAL. ..' ."..' t - .-j ." 7 ; - C. SCHMITT & STARK, , Wholesale and Retail Sealers in . ; . --, . French, Englisli & American APE R HANGINGS, MlSUJi A AO PAPER. ' shades and Fixtures, Curtain Goods, ODt Cor nices, Curtain Pins and Parlor Mirrors. - No. ft and 6 Tint street, EvansviUe, Indiana, . eprl-ljr , . - BCEIiHAVE'S ;, HOLLAND BITTERS jVOU 2d ST:; BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, - EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, t . .j ' BBB8HBU JLUJflBBH, Boards, Laths, ate., of every description constant ly oo hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to jrder. Sawing of every kind done on the shortest notice. , aprl3-ly NATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Main and Fourth Sts, Louisville; Ky. T. A. HARROW PROPRIETOR. UK. JJULLAK rfcn DAY. nov91-tf - PHILIP DECKER, (Successor to Decker ft Kramer)! MANUFA CTVRER OF LARD OIL, Also an extra article of (A7AW, JBJVttlJVB, sT CAB OIL ueaiero tn Rosin, Soda, Ashes, o. Also PURE CATAWBA WINE. oar own raising, in quantities to salt purchasers, O Sweat mtrtbt. Hrt Jr Seeond, F,VAN8YILLX,1ND. "WTerms cash, or BO days paper negotiable in jani)-ly JAMES T. WALKER, tUSTICEOi TllEPEACl GENERAL COLLECTING AGEN , - - - JstomtnUe, tutvma. OBIce on Third street, between Main u,u ya- . ,'HUK NELL'S -trOBHHBLYOF STEELS HUMNKLL.) ::!Looxrlns Mills, - - OOBHIB Of- WAL5CT STREET AND THE CANAL, rmAMu wvj? - bmtjh i isii.nnjr - -JM. is now in full operation, with new and oora plete Machinery of the latest style, for Planing and Dressing Lumber, Planing and Grooving Flooring, making Doors and Sash MnniHinn Blinds, and .every -other description of work done - u. HMiMHIIIHHi' All work at theiie Mills warranted ta be well uono, ana w ill eeotered at the loweetoash prkes. VI m Lj I. : m . . . . " Kvyau flouring ana rf eaznerooaraing con stantly on hand, and will be sold for cash. Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. ' Slitting and all kinds of Sawing done to order, a 'J in the most approved style. y wa, hcnnklii. 2P. 'ZkEav 2SkioGS-xrEl WHOLBSALB- OIALSB IN GSOCERIES & LIQUORS, xmvma n in r irii iirt 61, apW-lv IVAS8TII,LK.IND. GREAT BARGAINS! 1 ! Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Gaps, &c. JOHN J. MERRITT, - . Succettor Jo $.jramzc8$ 5 Co., IJO'Oa. ILO IPlarjsl: St., Oaer great inducements to BKTAIli Cash Onetow era in the selection from their Large, New, and Elegant Stock of Fashionable Dry QwotU, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, T AT WHOLESALE PRICES I 1 LINENS HOSIERY WHITE GOODS, and.........MDOMESTICS. v Offered at 35 ptr ft 4sa than heretofore re tailed at in the city. AH are invited to oome and compare quality and price with any other house in the city; J. S. JAQUK63 CO.," pll-lyd-cl2t - Mo. 10 First street, AUCJKSf CATSUP a, e. : . . A3 doaen pint Werceetershiee Sauce; Liref Complaint, Fever & Ague, &c Tat saoceaefqj in trod ac dm, kud use of this iele fcrated Bemedv has been th..,ni .. .r.llTT-j cfconpounds'can-tVraredinrlorr IT,1"' nari ooitie to a flve-gallou keg, un to 1 tlua word " Bitters " Ja'bnt another name for or wme TljiainfWil WbiaW iut the really great relief derived from the min eto don, one teaspoonfol; of out medicine, . .. j Jicernave's Holland Bitters, -". ininio ajuir prottratum, has estab hshed for it a reputation which the host of imita tions and counterfoil have failed to undermine this pusiureiy vegeiauie preparation, with barely suffi cient pure spirits to preserve it. - . ' But one size of the genuine Half. Fiat Botftot: nrintftv, TlAifi. " ; It is a medicine of loug tried efficacy for Purifn tug Me Blood, so essential, for the foundation of e" tmi ana r- correctiag disorders of the stomach and bowela, ' - Two or tlirae doses will conviuoe the afflicted of ita salutary effects. vTbeatomacb will speedily regain Its strength, a healthv action r h. h... k.i- and kidneys will soon take place, and 'renewed ne&itn oe tue quick result. - Bcsrhave's Holland Bittera . 'or HX JUtTHVKSV, fry - Bcerliave's Holland Bitters. : Ar IfVOiry, Try Bcerhave's HoUand Bitters. lir bVUTKitsiiJifir. Bosrhave's Holland Bitters. Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Mr MS 0 a O aaW 1 aT P JC . Ttmm. Bosrhave's HoUand Bitters. Boerhave's Holland 'Bitters. -ror 1-liKS, Try Boer have's Holland nittAm. In 'A ?enrous- Rheumatic and Meuralgio Affec- " ia numerous instances proved highly Iu vtuof . eueciea a aectuea cure. Read m rmfn 1 1 f J JennIne highlyoncentrated Boerhave's Hol- r "8T,U Put "P la naif-Pint bottles only, and retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The great de- trmy celebrated medicine has indoo ed many imitations, which the public should guard against purchasing. 6 -eewartoj impotititml Bee thai our name it on tin 4a&e oj every bottle yon bug. Benjamin Page, Jr., & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS. PIXTSBUBGH, PA. - SELLER & WHITE. .: AQENTS, EvanniUe, Ind. f-AfVr.-t-r fie 1 11 85 1 15 00 1 18 75 I 22 60 I 26 25 Eate of. AdTertising NUMBER 183. I llfl SI fi ll 1 Day, j 60 1 . 75 1 00 1 125 1601 1T5 tDay. 76 t 115 1601 I 0 9 25 8 90 Jugs. 1 1 00 1 60 1 75 S26 75 j 3 25 tiW. j 1 25 1 90 50 3 IS i ?76 4 15 j tDapt. I 1 80J-8 10 8 801 8 60 1 4201 4 SO ,1 tre. 150 2 25 3 00 8 76 ) 4 50) 6 25 PVis 2 60 8 75 6 00 8 26 7 50 a 75 Week 8 00 60 6 00 7 60 9 00 g'6Q A 4 00 I 8 00 I 8 00 10 00 12 oo ) 4 O PUBLTBHai) IT JAKX3 H. McKEKLY. . - . -, , f. li. ihatxb. JNO. H. MoSKKLT, EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY, Journal ; Boildiiigs.'', Lp'cast't ' Bttwt JHrtt mm tfmttri REGULATIONS FOR ! 1 8r NEW ADVERTISEMEWTS. 3foJ. r-g 50 H 75 17 00 21 25 I 26 60 I 29 75 ys. i ooo i 8 76t ii 60 1 is 75 1 1 1 1 75 Eg :AU Advertisemehta amounting to $3 or less niTist invariably be paid in advance to- secure- attention."' 3 tu',ir..'.Z - All Job Work must h& paid for on deliverv. 'TranaTeVit' Work must be pre-paid.. rr 6Mo'$. 1 10 0016 00 20002600 30 00 ) 3a.H0 flfo's. 13 .00 19 60 ( 26 00 32 60 ( 39 00 4o 60 2 Jtto'. 1 16 00 23 60 j 80 00 S7 60 1 15 0i j 6i 60 : Advertliiar In tk.nVuki. ua square, one insertion.... l 00 . ; " two i 60 ', " three " no Jfpr eaca subsequent insertion, and fot ' J ' eacn:; insertion of eaca ftdditionAi: . sliare .......w ,.0,W Arrivals ::and Departure -.'of:-the jaaL'-ja. a; t adjusted to contract Tariatlou according CALENDAR FOR 1862," ' ' pnoioo FEU IT TREES, OMJVJJ&HJYTA Ji RMBWTttB vmuiiaiiu a.nu run B&.UMi AT TUB nm iiMQiie XJ EL-. 3E3 35. "S?" -BY . BATEHAM, HANFORD & CO.. . COLUMBUS, OHIO. uraers receivea tiv f : V TiHftnfiWTnw I S"U' r ...r. feb3-dw4m Advertisements published in "both thsi Daily 7and the Weeklr Jocmal' will ; be charged the full Daily rates, with one halt the Weekly rates added.; ... , .Easiness notices published in the local columns,; will be charged, tor each' insertion tea cents -per line. - ; .-i , j ; ,thargea will be made for insertin? the notices of the . following Orders.. Societies and Associations at the rates named, to be paid in advance. . . . Military Companies, Order ' of Odd Fel lows, Masonic Orders, Benevolent-Societies ana binding Societies - . - -r For each notice not exceeding 8 lines 25 cents for each insertion; over eight Unas at thisrate.:- : -. :j : Announcing deaths : with funeral notice attached, $1 ; without notice, free. Marriage notices 50 cents. -: Notices of Fe3tivsl3, Picnics and Excur sions, gotten up by individuals or associa tions, or fey 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. .: - .-.-...,) -t-. :. ...... Advertisements makinsr less than three lines,.-inserted once in the Daily, will be charged fifty cents. , a -i early advertisers to pay quarterly. ' Announcing candidates ofevervdescriD- tion to.be charged at the rate of 1 60 for eaca name in the Daily, and S2 in the Dailv end Weekly, the same to be, in all cases, paid in advance. - . - - . - ; ; KV ANSvILLE JOURNAL CO. fii 6, 6 12113 19 20 26 27 ... 2 3 i!0 !117 23j24 'ii's 9,10 ;s!i7 21 Si 71 8 14! 15 21122 '28 29 s t 5 X K6, 17 -2:-y24 30,31 :J.T 13J14 aw 21 27. 28 '1 9! in 18! IT 23 24 30 . 1 8 15 29 T 12 19 26 Hi 15 2M22 27 UVT- "a 31 is a, i tr !2ffl2l!22 28 29 The time here set down ia kauri. On the Biver there ia Ao circumstances.) . - . TIME F CLOSING. ' ' BaOrohd HiiU I for Vincennea, Terre Haute, IPrinaeton.-Wsahington, Petersburgh, . Sullivan, CarUale, Kockville, Indianapo- , lis. Cineinpatv JiOuisville, St. Louis, Cairo, Chicago, and other Northern, , Eastern, and Western points, and Railroad Way Offices. V eery day except Monday, at ... .. 8 a. . Lauisville Mail - (river) every Tueedar , ' - 3 ' "Thursdav. and Satnniav at . ei Gairtr -Mail (river) everv Mondav and . ...XhnrsdayAt. , ., . -1 . lr-. M. And every Tuesday and Paturday'.at 12 - u'. Orten Simer ifafl (for. Bowling Green and .v t "r points:)-fDiscoii tinned on account, of ', ... ..tlieRebelifcm.T. i;., i ij ui.u ; - &ft. Ftrnow Alaii (land) ever' fneadav. Thursday, and Saturdav At .... cv . Xei Harmonv Mail everv Mondav'. Wed- - aeedayauO-iriday at 7a.m. Bockport ATotf (land) everv Monday, Wed--- --'- ' nesdav. and Fiidav at . reTwwyt jaau i way) every Friday at T 8 (Petersburgh lettem, Ac. come ejid go . rby Ballroad (tail v. V - - - - a - OynUiiana Mail every r Wednesday: at WM.E. HALLO CK, DRUGGIST and IPOTHECiRY, Ko, 18 FIRST STREET, ' , - : Opposite the Pott Office, Has just received direct from tha East MISCELLANEOUS. WL-i.yr--stj -Tj-p-j " 7Zrr.-I.- J. V. NEXSEN, 3r 3T 3ZS ZEt. 2L I1IMC1 mm ! sortnient f Pure- full 4 5 u ia 18 19 26 26 7 P. M. 1 r. M 7.4. II 16 28 24 30131 ... 12 " 5' fi 71 8 1 9 U 12 IS It .15 IIS IS 19 20 2l,'22r2S 26 12-1 13 il9 20 !2 27 !10'11 17118 24 25 . 1 8 15H6 21(22 23 27 3 10 17 21 i" 16 22 29 12 19 26 3 10 17 24 29 30 i 6 6 12 13 19 20 26 27 2i2l3n31 3 9U' 16! 17 23124 30j31 "ill 13i U 20; 21 27 28 11 12 18,19 26 26 4 It H 25 1 8 15 22' 29 6 13 20 27- Thb Death of Albert Sidnkv ohnstok There- is evidently a misapprehension in the public mind, in reference to the circum stances connected with the death of Al bert Sidney Johnston. The writer of this paragraph was on the ; battle-field of Shi- ioh, on tsunday, the 13th inst.,; and was so - - t Leave at S i. M. Thursday morning J Hickory Branch Mail every gatarday at , . iiiiia. w VJSKlJi.-' - Btilroad Mail evry day except Sunday at Arrives the nht before, after office hours. iMitnlU Mail (river) everji .Tuesday, i nummy, ana Saturday by ...... - p. at. ""v Jnnu rwer; every xuesday and Fri oay oy - . ... . 9 a. M j " - j luuiauaj ai a. M Srern Hist Mail. Discontinued on account of the Beb llion. , . . ... : , Hi. : fferaent . Mail (iwid) every Monday, cuumuji huu nuay oy . 3 P. If iKtvjuniHiw axon, every luesday, Thurs day, aad Satarday by ......... 4P Bockport Mail (land) every Sunday at 8 a. m., anu vtetinesaay and Friday at 7 A. at. rirca me evening oeiore, alter office ... hours.) i , . ... . O J J . i . . . . c. j,.. every pnttay oy . 8VS A. M. CVi'ntana IJaii every Friday at -1--- ," 1a.m. i auiTo, evfuina Deiore, alter omce hours 4 7ti,.l- TJ.-.,..I. , r . . . ' J , , , aa,, inrj Ddcuraay ty . ; w row uace opens at 7 A. X. aDd closes at 7 p. h. on week days. Delivery closes from 8 to 9 V A. M W-ir. . ... - ... 1 - Uailroad mall. Office of en from 8 to 9 a. m. on the -..t... .. .'i.. . -j ...... r JAMESH.MnlJItlll.v b v I Evansville: lad.,. May. 1, 1861.- nly22-'y wo . bootOnd moes.: rwiHJB FIJVKBT LOT OV JLnWBSt -.M. Mesos', and ChiWrene' Gaiters, Beots, Bal moral Boo's, Slippers. Ac. of the latMt. at.U. fnf I ooti- Jost received, and for eale very low, Alo, .a superfine article of JTrench -Catf and wiuto nra, ior gents- Doota and gaiters, .mdo by Drags, Jledicines & Chemicals, ! : Perfumery, Brushes, Combs, Soaps, TOILET ATICLES,;J - j FLAVORING EXTRACTS. &c, &c., &c- 1 &c, . t . SKLKCTiD EXPRESSLY .For Family Use. " ' ALSO, THE Popular Patent Medicines. - In fact, everything that a retail Family Brne; rtore OUlfht ta kpen. rjtn hA (nnnrf .t v in vi... St4 oppoito the Post Offioe, Evansville, Indiana. rfjfttvt-VBhjljjH will be received at the An- a. aitor S Umos Until tha Slat Inat . fV.r All;.,., 11 n .nil nB:vlH . V. - I ... . .a ih Perry Township. Particulars wiU be furnished ny utr. iiavia acennens. a'rcntoin np PmTn... - - VtUTUK BISCH. - , County Audiur. T0WKSHIP LIBRARY NOTICE. will 09 Sect mnRf nnrlv n-.-n f-nm h;. for th nseof the Citizens of Hlrnn Tninliln the Township Trustee's efflce (wiih Ja. T. Walker) Third street, nuriv nntuuiiii lb. ii... ; Etansviile, Snndays and the usnal holidays only excepted. Oflico hours from 9 A. M. to 6 P.' M, . ay23-d3w Township-Trustee. Ohio Rve Coffee. E.l r-Ji H r SOUV GOB8 TO It US Sg -ION'S BflVto mtlnm, nf ill. ltia.lv Ml.. bratod Ohio Bye Coffee, which has init' Mt.j map I ...... ..t. V.. . ' - . Alo received per railroad, 63 bushels cf Indiana growth of Bye Coflfee. which awes off hba h,.t n.liu at extremely low prices for cash, and -h only, at feb Feed Store. Water arrest OFFICE: IN MARBLE HA&.4.. KVANSVIL,L,E, IX O., JS VOH' F&ti PJlBKli TO TJHH M. Eiflks and issue Policies in several of th nhi. est and most reliable Insurance Companies of the United States. STORES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, MILLS AND MAN0FACTOBTES, insured e, the most&vorable rates. MARINE AND IN'- Nl JIG ATI ON Kisks taken on yLAT-B0.X8 , BABGES, STEAMBOATS and their OA RGOI .S. ?? applications reoeived for LIFE IhSl BAi.CE. Combined Capital Eeprer nt ed, over $5,000,000. Offloe, Marble Hall Building, No. Main CASH ASSETS, JAKUArV 1ST,18G2, Losses Paid, Upward cf . 514,000,000- The great publio service, promptneis and relia bility of this Weli-tr;ed aoi gt',rlin.- o comntond it to preference with those ucoiin la. urance. "Iusuranca solicited and PoHda isa'ie-1 i. J. VV. NEXCN, Ag nr, febO Marble Hall Fui d nsr, No. 9 5faii; t. ?1ME PREPARE IN AGAINST THE FIRES OF FALL PITIBIE A' SO. 1 ISStaiNCE is TUB mmiii OF U AttTFURD, CO.NN. The Fruits of the Phcsnic Are mv'uest in Ian toilovFIra stitenieM of Ladies wishing something neat and durable for -pTL -t lonliaa ea K, Cotteo f jr one dolUr at I PACTS ' AND PTPJ TTT?!" I twelves wm- jj-ooi. ufdTgood brown suear for .no dollar: ' : IJK M well aseommcndaLla. nri !... TO w invite their attention to nnr wll uWiui SWCK OI vienery Bros. WANTED" TO EXCHANGE. A connter scais for a plattorm M;ale. 1,000 pounds dtaiuht preferred. VIOKEltT BBOS "P"0 No. HZ Main Hre. INSURANCE. Oif iers9 Claims Insurance Agency." HARDWARE , AND CUTLERY. JFEt ""Tt BEN. STINSON AND JOHN TENNIS, Kvansvillk, Ind., Procure INVALID PKNSiovs itnrvrv mami .f "I, Laud Warrants, and viuer uoverument Dromiaea. top rinnun in.ti. entitled, lio charcoa until rUima ........ Ovfic : On Third Street, near Main. feb5-3md Administrator's 'STntine. (T. JCM is Jiereby itiyrn. that the under - signed has been appointed Administrator o ' BMMe 01 jtawaru- alaidlow, deoraaed. Said ei tate is supposed to be solvent. marca laid, ISai. EDWAKD MAIDLOW. mar21-ltd-3tw Administrator's Notice. ltOTlCJS is hereby given, that the under- V siifned ha been aonoiai tod 4dmin&i tneesuiie oi rni.ip. U . JHaiJloW. . Said estate is supposed to be solvent. All person having claim against the estate will present their bills to me, and all those indebted to the estate Till settle with me immediately. - JCDWAbVD MAIDLOW. 1narzb-.1t w - A HT1CA.HH Ooii Oil or Para- V V nna Candles and 6 dozen Oval - Coil Oil Chimneys not near so apt to break as the round just i ones. deelS ; received at VI'IKERT BPOS.. 83 Matodt.' JMTTMM-TIOJV WJt BM.M HB.V.xy -at seed Potatoes, 700 bushels pare Neshanok; Potatoes, at mh20 if. A. COOK'S. WHiOJlti. ZD don. assorted Brooms, reeeiv mJm ad at mji20J B. A. COO IT 6. ' .JjaWACmMMBM. JUV K1TTS. 1 wXfJt 10 kitta No. 1 Mackerel; ' 10 do No. a do; 5 do meas do. Received at mh20J- g. A. CCOL'8. WmXMMIJVr. 50 has extra scaled HerrinK; ''MM - - - - - a bbte do salt Herrine. Bsceived at - y mh20j ; H. A. COOK'3 rWlVMjyjfa.--Cbe&p cow feed Turnip, at 20 ceuu per bushel, at II. A. COORTS. Pine Pur Gloves. WU8T Mjscjstmn, a aooo ms- QJr sortmeot of Fur Gloves, a suitable present to your friends in the army. Also a new lot of La dies' Fan. Call soon and make your selections. . TACTLEB MABCONNIEa, dec!8 No. 39 Main street ' MACMl2 tierces Prime Rioe, for H. A. COOK'S, 73 Main street. - J?a. jt? " " VICKERY BROfHERST'- - Tf. liOCM. lm) orgs and i6 bbis of extra fam- - MS ily flour, manufactured from white hiat, and warranted to give satisfaction, for sale at Viekery Bros., No. 8j Main atreot, - KGOS. Four doaen tor 25o, at T:ckery Bros.-, 82 Wain street. - . ....... .,---.---- ; FISH. m. i Salmon, Mackerel, and Codfish, at Viekery Broe. . BACON. Niee new Hasns, Eldes and Shoulders, at Viekery Bros. . ' , , ' 'GABDXN SKXD8- 10 boW new Seeds fram tha (shaker 6arden. AUo, 19 bushels cf Onion setts, for sale lew, at , v TICK KB r BBOS, - ; marSl - :.. , i: . t Maia Street - J-S f- tvm. jv coujyrruv , Knit oocka on hand, worth from 5 cents to 00 cent,, at 6CHAPKKB A BU891NG3, " m lLI'"'""' ' ' - : Ma- Mala Street rIJ&r -VtWMerchanta receiving M orders tor Coal Oil Lamps, can bare th flli!?,V K " riaTBqsrSsalnst: wMAtHIHr CJIUMH, "- ! At a very low price, at - -V ' - " .. H. J. CHLAFPFltB'g lulyitt . , .. New Drug Store. . . WJyMTVu!6 barrels beet ivy. for sale by -air: fmhlPI B. at aiiBKHT OO. fJMlMUMt AJVlt M .V U L Tli vairy unease. dxs. cnoice anal lev. f- S, E. OILBCBT A CO., - No. i Sycamore street. - HXXBINQ. 106 bxs best.-for sale by 8. B.Q11--. bsrt Co.- .-, TOMATO CATSUP. 85 boxes, one doeoa eaoh. . tor sale by 8. 1. Gilbert A Co. ' ' 8T AB OANDLHS. TOO boxes, for sale low, by fl. JL Mlbt o., lie. 4 Sycajnora street. apUI GEO. A BITTROLFF, MVIJt JUST It J? TUMjy K n from the East, with a well selected stock of v atcnes, blocks, Jewelry, and Silverware, offers nis stock as low as tbe articles can be bought in laree cities. Gold Watches, from 8150 do., 2f. Silver Watches from' I9d down to in ,iock, irom aowa to I.7o- tietts of Jewelry. uo uuwu w ova. sraceieis, irom Sou down toS2.50. . i Finger Bings, Breastpins, Ear-rings, from 815 uowu to zoo. Oliver xaote and Tea-poons, Soud ""Oi reaiu ofwui, zu l itir ana r ruit ivci-vei, Sugar Tongs Salt and Mustard Spoons, ail sold lower than usual. Silver, Steel and German. 8 Hvpt Spectacles, La dies' fine Wire and Sh-11 Pertemonaies, Silver and Tortoise ?hell Card Cases, Gentlemen's Purses and Portemonaies. jr. K. Kobinson's Irdexical Silver Soap, for cleansing Sitter or Plated Ware, the best thing Gold Guard acd Test Chains, Geld Pens, Plated : Ware, Castors, Ac. Lathe and silk Guard Steel Chains. Goggles, Beevt-r s aud others, Thermom tere, fe., all of which he offers at low figures. Call and eee before purchasing elsewhere, and satisfy yourselves of the fact. aprS- - :" - . .. ALLEN C; HALLOCK Evsnsvllla. CSDEBWBITEB AND GKNEBAL INSC-KANOl ' - t auui, .. . i - Adjust IB of Athkaoeiv as WotaAt Public. He centtnues to iasue Policies from asnnl lrl-a - Clans aad moet reliable : - LSSURANCE COMPANIES In the Omntrv, on Inland and Kn Eitlu. Ha wi.l also receive applications for LIFJC IN3ETBANCS. He. Will attend to the-Adlnstmant of T.naaa of every - description under policies from othei genciesaad attend to the settlement of all mat ters connec tied with INSBBANCK, for parties in txreatett. . His long experience as an Insubancb Aoewyj has made him familiar with all anbieeta eonnected with Insurance. -.-; . . sr. Office on First Street, opp; Poet Offlcti.' ' ECOKQMY AND SECUMXi7. fire insurance co. OF THE CITY OF NEW YOBK, ; -; : No. 31 WAhl, St.; Cash Capital - - - - $500,000 PROIFITS-AW WUALLYOiVIDED ! 75 PER CENT. TO THE DEALERS. nigniy iavorea as to lorm one of a party who were conducted over the battle field by Generals McCook and Crittenden oii that day. General McCook was rerj com municative on the occasion, and pointed out man j Interesting localities as the party rode over the gronnd. On the route Gene ral McCook halted ns at the. precise point at which Governor George W; Johnston, of Kentucky, was mortally wounded. Gen. McCook was the first Federal officer who met the rebel Provisional Governor .. after he had fallen He approached Mr. John ston, and taking- him up In his arms as he lay npoo tnegroirna, nsked bim ais name. Mr. Johnston told him that he was George XV Jnhntfno nf V Lin I l rr r n r. ,1 aolso.l F General McCook his name." He then asked STOVES, CASTINGS. AND I 1Z'"1??LX" " Fairbank, ' One of 80u to viae, honorable should suggest . well aseommcndaUe, nd T B E etraw and Hav Knives. Cradl. 9. t nA A forks, Scythe Stones, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Bkes Axes. Trace and Loo- Ckaina. . R,n,hM. r.....w Cembs, Nails, and a complete assortment of SIIELF HAilD WARE. , . . , - - - , -, e... , i' ' lor sale to CASH buyers at ' JACOB STRATJB & SOU", apU 74 Main St., below Washington Houw. Rotators . Ann :.ki. vr..1 j a-. . Tt Z . .. . V"vlVW ""U ! U,aiA.M AiSU LiIMB--50 bblainah h,.lrH1ln An.unl - T.n f L. it J , www uuin iiuau u 1 1- urne. - GEO. FOSTFR CO . mHr'28 - . . Comer Loonst and Canal. mm a a Jin a v ff.rr sour ai-o Lw the essence of . , WlnaVor. V- 8'u uu wrysuiuaea oar Donps, for sale at . . U. J.eCHLAXPFEB'S, Janl6 - Drog Store, ; . . OF "3 To every man who desires to bestow bis lnsuranoc patT'inase upon s WELL TiilKl COBPOBATIOH. mmvJM. tar MM A JL. VU. d sacks Buck MJ0 wheat Flcur, Extra, at This Company divides three-uuarters of tha set (profits to the policy holders, in scs-ip, bearing interest without any liability to the insured. .- " This Company funds ita surplus, instead of dividing it to the Stockholders, thereby giving its policy holders greater aecurity, and at the same tuut, sueajier insurance man any otner system. . .. jABi,ibLii6 xuttWOOD, President. . j GEOBGE D. CBABY, Beo'y. va.Dn.xu ru BUl'iU, Vlce-Pres't. Ar C II alloc 1c dk Son, Acrents, i decia , . XVANSVILt,!!. . INCORPORATED 1847. O t y JL7 x o llMCECOflP'Y General McCook if he ras a Mason, the General replying in the affirmative. .Mr." Johnston then asked to be permitted to have a private interview with the Gene ral, which was granted. . Subsequently an ambulance containing the body of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston was driven by, the vehiele having been abandoned : by the rebels, and Governor Johnston,after an in spection, informed Gen. McCook that the body was that of Albert Sidney Johnston. uen. jonnBton received but a single wound, which was from a musket ball, and near the right eye. r Gen. McCook did not state whether the body was buried upon the battle-field or restored to the rebel army un der a flag of truce. The above, however, ia a correct report of the-statement made by Gen. McCook in the , presence of seve ral gentlemen. - Gen. Johnston may have: been wounded early in the fight on Sunday; he may have died in Col. Preston's arms: and his body may have been sent south for interment; but bis remains were ia the hands of the Federal troops on Monday, the 7th inst., and it is the writer's opinion that tney were buried upon .the field of Shiloh by the Federal troops. Louisville Journal. GOOD CHANCE FOR BARGAINS. Thb undersigned have a large and comnleta a. sortmeot of the above articles of the latest sty lea and the moet durable quality, whioh they offer oa moot rewooaoie lerms. . ; The manufacture all kinds of - ; : ' ' ' . Grales, Uolluw YVaie, Castings, and the best of j.iBwara.: . ,o ...... , ..,, ; The times are hard, aud we design to eell cheap. IB proportion. Every article is lasured to be of ine eesc quauiy. : -. .:, ...... Brmember the place on Main street, opposite ' w, ufurt uo nna - - - ' ....... t Jan21 . , ... BBINKMEYEB CO. .r jsi-T.,QW lbs new Codfish Jusfe received WMtJtVBJS-OW.OJVUJLJSU .aT J. large supply of Pittsburgh Coal, which Iwill deliver at any part of tha city at 12U cents -ner bushel, cash. Orders left at my office at Lamaeoo- wuu;i or Ht urr, Jjaizen Uo.'s store OB Water "urn; win oe promptly atcenoed to. -mhSdlm' JA8. SWANS02T. tojv& jbuajv M?uojn wjtBJtaa aiver, lust received and for sale at- . mhl7 . VICKER TS. ': J&1XTMIA aUMJBMtfIJVJi MJVJ HUCM JCd WHEAT FLODK, Cheap, at , . 12 Ieb6 VICKXEY'S. - No. 8a Main' street. Jte. Hnnri. t irimminz mbbons. trench Vlnwara. Riaai. PlnmuB I? ....).. - .. ., 1 : 1 1 : . " .. ' - uubuw, u,u miinuerj uodqh vennrauy. T SCHAPKEB BUSSING, novSu 9 Main St ' . 3pxraa.g;. BtocfiT" JTIillinertj GtobH . . AT MRS. HASTINGS, Main Street, between' First and Second. .. W ttJiWR JlSTT RttVKlVEn .If 8 M. Bpriug Stock of Millinery Good. conaistmR ei Jionneta, Ktbbons. Fancv Goods. . oh;,-i, were oougnt at very low figures, and will be sold ior easnomy, at prices to salt tbe times.: xne attention, of the ladies is called tn it. biock, wnicn is tne largest and bust aeiected ever vrocgnc to iiui market. aprb-3md - MBS. J. HASTINGS.. PAY NOTICE. JmL ' intr tb ctOAA tliA rnm t. u hn.in... f U NPBBE A CO.. fNurre A alt those iudjbud to them to pay their acconcU and notes at once, in crdor to mh.a nna . rr aid by the first of May, they will be ifcft with a antics for collection. .) mwaw- NUBBBA BBCMMELHACS. . r ajtcHt.yra TtfM'js. 1,000 oest quality for sale iew by nov8 8. E. GILBERT A OO. JanS ., H. A. COOK'S. WMittJ ! Six tonsof that rich country bran, MM Just re-eived, and for sale at febl3 r . . YICKIBX BBOS., 82 Main St. " CALDWELL'S." AUT.VKU CAM. if WJB Ij tj 8 eei lias; tor cash, and as low as am nthor house ia the city, pure Olive Oil, warranted pure and no humbug. 60 dosen 1 and 2 qnartcan Cova Oystr jast re ceived at Partner v.-aldwelt's,' No. 9 first street. 10 dozen freth. Lol sters just received at'No. 9 First street. . ' - ' '. . '.;...? FBESH SALAiON. 10 douen just received a No. 9 Pint street. ; .. .. . ,- tPINB APPLES. 10 docea in can or jar ; ' .. ..." -.".-2 dozca can Blackberries: -r: v"-50 do yL and t can sardines, jnut received and f ir snip low by - ap2:t PABTNEB CALDWELL'S. No. 9 First street. ; . CHOICE POTATOES. OftOj BUBHJB16 CitOACB lOTA--"-'tF T0E3 received on consignment and for Blaj BHAkPE CO. ; ap23-dlw' . ' , : mMilinery Goods. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S, 1 .' KO. 49 MAIN STBEET. .FKiiiUPaV A-vB71 4 MjABOM -. WW .: stock of trimmed and smtrimmed Bonnets, Hats.-Flowers, Buybes. Bib boas Nets, Ac, and constantly receiving.- i t.;:-. Having a skillful trimmer engaged for the sea son, wa will trim Bonnets and Hats at short tioe. ; . SCHAPBEB BOSSING,. ap23 - . No. 49 Main street, auK. LauvtTT (Notarv Public.) S. B. HonSBBOOK . LEAV1TT & HORN BROOK, Ittorneps at&aw j, . BYANSVILLB, IND. .!- : Collection and Baal Estate Agents." WBI attend also t collecting Soldiers' and Government claims of vry deacription. ... Third btreet, bet. Main and Syaamor. nVTTJilt 3 dozen aloe Bi.rir gg for oeata. and a pounds ohedow !??.?J 1rtor, at VTCKKBY Bh, - i lfo.4 Malm street. Defeuaes of Sew Orleans. ' A correspondent of the Richmond Dis patch, writing from this city, says what follows: " ' ' " -' Nkw Oblbans, J862.-c The Mississippi 13 fortified so as to be im passable for any hostile fleet or flottiila.--Forta Jackson and St. Phillip are armed with ocs hundred and seventy guns (sixty three pounders, rifled by Darkly Britten, and received from England,) The naviga tion of the river is stopped by a dam about a quarter of a mile from the above porta. No flotilla on earth could eorce that dam in less than two hours, during which it would be within short and . cross range of one hundred and seventy guna of the teaviest calibre,1 many of which' Would be served with red' hot shot, numerous furnaces for: which have been erected ia every fort and battery. ; " : ,::; . In a day or two we shall have ready two iron-cased floating batttr:e3. ' 'The plates four and a half inches thick, of the best hammered iron, received from England and France.. .Each ironed-cased battery will mount 60-pounders, placed so as to skim the water, and strike the enemy's bull be tween" wind' and water. . We ; have an abundant snpplyof incendiary shells, capo la furnaces for molten iron, congreve rock ets and fireshipa, ..Between New Orleans and the forts there is' a constant succession of earthworks. At the Plain of Chalmette, near " Janin's prop erty, there are redoubts, armed with rifled cannon, wbfeh have been found to be effec tive at five miles range. A "diich, thirty feet wide and twenty deep, extends from the Mississippi to LaCIpriere. : In forts St. Phillip and Jackson there are 3,000 men, of whom a goodly portion are experienced artillerymen and gunners who have served in the navy. At New Orleans itself we have '32,000 infantry, and as many more quartered in the immediate neighborhood. In discipline and drill they are far superior to the Yank am. We have two verv able and active Soft B 6&TOI Eft t 8 J Gener'ei who possess our entire confidence, For Rummer wear, as light as a feather, at " 1 Generals Mansfield - Lovell and Brigadier VAUTIER & MARCONNIER'S General Ruggles. For Commodore we h .tI1 gtveet. BaTe ,a oaiuns, a neiaon in mi way. IgARTFORD, CONN. Qapital, - - $250,000. 6. C. WATTE, Bec-y. O. B. BOWKE3. Pres't ' 8, H. PBICX, General Agent, . ... . ' Besiding at Chicago, Ills. CASH CAPITAL & SURPLUS $327,540. ! This Cora nan v insures against lass by Fire on dwellings and their Contents, Stores, Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandise, and all insur able property at as reasonable rates of premium as any other eel vent and reliable Company, .... ... .aufiuroty uH;rif ana paying uiem promptly. .' Applications made to and Policies issued by ' A. O. HALLOCK A SON.," First Street, obd. Post Offlos. augZl-ljd.- .,,.'. KvANsviLia, Ind DRESS HATS. Our spring style, now ready, ia one of the hand. somest ever seen, and by a new arrangement, feet as comfortable to the wearer as any soft hat. Every other.ooooeivable style made to erdw. - . ?.Jt nion Hutfl- JTho neatest dressing bats for a young maa. Renfrew ' CET THE BESfi : .'';::, The Unriraled Western Tiller, '. Manufactured by " ; c N. G DAMSON; JrrBSONVILLE. IND. WXIBBT MBHJHt UJO. . BBCBMVBIt M at United States Fair,' at Louisville, in 1867, over seven compettiors on Actual trial. : ' Merchants and planters supplied at manufactur er prices. . DAN'L-MOBfiAN. Pl2 . . No. 8 First Btreet. : gTIOCOA JVUTSl caskvnew crop, just re ceived aud tor sale bv ' " : S. E. GILBEBT A CO., fec2T. i : No. 4 Sycamore strtet. , WpiJJ,Jt J WUJKU.IM kegs, for sale V by mhlO) 8. K. tlLBEKT A CO. (&TAB CAJYMlB8.&.0 boxes 6ef quality, J for sale low by S. K. GILBEBT 00. fob3 . .. , ;i : . ... ' 300 feb6 ' & Magenta Something Fancy. Hats. ; Sbf tr Ha t is Of every oenoelvable shape and color. LMeststytas Cap's!; Caps! Caps All the leading styles for spring and summer lust received. 7 . , I nfa ' A intend! spring and summer styles. n i a n t Ha t a & C anu . A splendid assortment of fiutcy hats andcana B pyr S p or t i n g Ha t s . . Of every deacription aad price. . . Cassimere Ha All styles and prices. t 8 yrskrmAjirTig a a pj.k WW . Pork, Lard, Tallow, Bacon, Wha"rCorn, Oats, Bye, Hay, Floor, Dried Apples. Dried Paaehes.-Feathenr Bag?, Gensang, Beeswax, Beaca, Pototoes, Dry or Green Hides, oranv other produce in exchange for Groceries. . . . i janag ..j ' ti j. GEO. FOSTBBTA CO. s ' WUCBmVUBAT JFZ.OUM1 MP , 25 sks Buckwheat Flour,. at II. A. Cook's. ' ZANTE CTJBBANTS: 3 casks Zante Currants, just received at Cook's. . - - n . ; ; - FOBTT bushels more Of those, cuoiae Sweet Po tatoes at Cook's. SALMON 1 tierce extra Salmon, just received f at Cook's.. .... . . ... j W.'B. and Hamburg Cheess--SO boxes cheese received this day at Cook's. - QBANGES 40 boxs Oranges, io floe order, at H. A. Cook'.- - - - LEMONS lOboxa Lemons, in fine order, Juki received at Cook's. 600 fresh Coeoanats, Just received at Cook's. 100 boxes Baisins, extra fresh L ayer. - . : " 2(1 half boxes 'do do do , Jurt received at H. A. Cook's. " OTSTEBS 30 dozen cans Cova Oysters. ' 20 dosen half e.ns do. . Warranted extra, and for sale cheap at mar27 i H. A. C00K3. - - ' SCHLAEPFER'S." BBT OJT BLUJi F.VsT, jVOB J at Schlaepbur'a New Diug Store. SODA Ash and Potash, for utla at Rrha.nfQ.. Now Drug Store. ... -CONBAB'S Sue Poison. Ths best or in- the world, for sale at H. J. Schlaepter's New vi oy oiure. . - JUST received. Another snnnlv of thtn rpnuinn Peruvian Syrup, at Schlaspfcr's New Drug Store. -marjt 140,277 45..... ..OH10 810.377 43 27,632 94... ..INDIANA 27.B-22 94 9,174 66....rt,..l LL1N0I3 ... 69.174 6 32,670 08. MICHIGAN Aa 7(1 ( 84.220 13 WISCONSIN.,.- 34.r20 13 19,323 S4.................IOWA 19.:123 34 8.6ft3 10 M I NNESOTA. 8,663 U 1,167 00.. NEBBA9KA 1.17 i 0,766 00 KANSAS a.jiam 84,064 8(1 .KENTUCKY 84.054 !V 43,064 1W.........TENNJ';SSEE. 43,115- .832 55 MISSISSHPI 20,83 27,69883 MISSOURI- -n i.un . .82,839 43 AKKANSAS.... 22.8J9 43 S,9l 8S..... TEXAS. 3,961 Vi 60066 ...ALABAMA 665 6 I the equitable oiiH,eiu. u,n uromnt Cmh ... spoiue to lo-ee, the PIICKSIJT stand pre-eminently atlhe head of itt preeuion; wh-.a lt exltrruiue, prac tical, and flrtUclaee bnsinea eyst'm of load agencie; U not excelled by any timilar corporation in the world. ' Insuraneiea solicited, aud policies isauod and re newed in this leading Corporation, at fair ratea by v. wv. aMujk.aMuat aesiusnt Agenr, Omci: filatble Hall Building, Mnin struor TTOJV BATTMJYa 100 lmlea for mil , ' S. . GILBEBT A CO., ' No. 4 Sycamare street. uoojaar aaouMaih. select lot of ''Union Villaee." Shaker and othr Rroomt from 15 to 20c. YICKEBY BitO. tBMilt MVB.60 bushels lor etle in any K9 quantity by S. U. G.ILBEBT & CO, Janll gTiO-m S by icia M9MAJVI UBAJTI'iS. tons rich couutrv MM Bran, at H. A. COOKS. 73nS Main street. ARTILLERY & CAVALRY fit MS. EQUIP- E dTlflf"! etts (frdware and trees complete) vr SJ jr f,ir artillery harness; 2,000 setu (do.) for Cavalry Equipments, and increased to any amount at short notice ; ' ' 1,000 yili. 5 in. dble thread enameled duck; l,i-.' dei. 6-4 enameled drill; . .. 2,"k do. 6-4 enameled muslin; 100 hides enameled leather; 200 do. patent dash leather; - 40 doi. bog-skin seating; Regulation and McLeltaa spurs, swordbnl: trim miugs aud straps, together with a full annum-Hen of good ia mv iine of bnuine, for cash tit low pricea. : CUA&LEVS BAbCoCK, nov - Waier nr. BAVOJ HwMJUB AJVB my V ebou'ders at low prices, at d'.2 . vicKJcar crtna. RAWSON. TODD & CO WHOLESALE GROUERS, Louisville,-Ky. 2.S0O bags Bio Coffee, strictly good to prime, at low vriees. - ' t . ThirtyTases w Gone Sancho " Licorice in ftore, and ior sel by the abeve nrm. mar28-2w jUosbbjv jyrjs w jvusan EGGS, just received - V1CKERT BETS, '-' No. 82 Main street. GEO. FOSTER & CO., PROVISION AND: PRODUCE Corner Lecuat street and Canal, , . ETANSYILLg, IND. " '"" ! CABB. To enable as ta devote eur attention exclusively to the Provision and Pradnca business, we have determined te close out our entire stock of GEO- A Z 1 1 T I T.- 't KMHB.w.BiU. r . We desire to call tha attention of the trade to the xrci ion we wui sen at lower rataa tnan goorlsor similar quality can be laid down in this market, and we invite city and country buyers to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. The stock Is well selected for the wants of this action and contains nearly every thing kept by a wholesale establishment. ' Bargains can be had by colling ou GOO. FOSTEB at CO., J ao22 ' Corner Looust st. and Canal, LAW M. tt. AKTBKS,(Notary fnb.lc & k N T H :E . ATTOii..Vli'.vs a T r'a-iir 3ENEBAL COLLrriON AND UK kit ESTATE -AUENTS. ffice No. 87 Miu street, vpposite the Coar House. Evansville. Indiana. niayl6-dwlr GUSTAVUS HOP, Wholesa'e Dealer in OA P,' LETTER, MANILLA, WBAPPUfQ ' PAPERS Printers Cut Cards, Bonnet Boards, KKWS ASD BOOK PA FSB,' PB.WTBHS 1MB. ac. Ko. its Main Street, -between 6ih and 7th strmis. Cincinnati. -u io. sKSV Highest price piid for rxrs. .. mh20-l2awd,lamw ClVmtfj aTTiJ fM an tH,j. ) 1,1.; ' received per steamers Prairie Hose Hn-i l.. t ai.or. tliA claaraat o-nd nicest jei reccriTod, tor bll low by bbl or gallon, at , jan-3 ; , YICKEBY SH03. PC -CM.YTm BACti jVOB J.'i'ifui. Vr3 new Beef Tongues, at UecVSS VICii KfiY BEOS., 82 Main st. Agency for Soldiers Claims. AT WW. .ncHtllit! AY& A. T. HjTm WHITTLKSY proenre lovulid Pensions, Bounty Money, Arrears of Py, aud Laud War rants, under the several act of Oongress Fees moderate, and no part of their charges col lected till the claim is a-carei. Office on tbe north side of Third Street, between Main aud Locust, Kvansriile, Indiins. febl5 ... McBBlDB A WUI rTLKSET. 12 Bt,ATB8& JJW ju.t received aoti for esle by dec26 frarSs. new crop aui eiy One K. GILBERT 4 CO. r GILBERT & CO.'S." -kaUPOJVTia RtMLB JPO U-IIBB, MP in metal kigs. 100 kegs Jujt received, and frsle by S. E. Gilbert A Co., No. .4 Sycamore street. 1 . SALT. 200 fcbls Kanawha Rail, both lare aud rmsll slee. Jast received, and for sale by S. E. Gil bert ft Co. mtsxABD. ?o bxe,2 dosen eaeh, Mustard, just received, and for sale by . a. E. GILBEBT A CO. - :". No. 4Sicamore8lreet. iV,'I',JLI?U ,-m,AUV.-ASroTBBB 'ot of those nioe SHAKER BROOMS o cheap at z5 casts each, at YICKEBY BBC)., ct "Ko. fti Main Street: 7;a A t'V U.-VClsH TSkI coau Just received at dic30 Ko. i'.t Main street. -af P. 300 Voxel German and Pa'm, tor eula 3 low by. 8. ii GILBERT & CO. mhlO .. rZ( JIOZBJV Coal Oil Cllimnie, a-fortl 0F siaas, cmprlf ing some i.a kinds not yet offered the public in th s pl.o?, Jujt rec.-ived ir steamer Lancaster, and for sa'e at VICKEBY BROS., ffbll No. 82 Main Street. fmMJuBBh-a, t-gga. Butter, aud lota ot mher At nice things, can te had at rioc7 VTflTFnV'. rM iunn , iuuu, u;ii, uu..tow- M der and Ooloug Teas, at fro n 45s. to tl t0 per io., at ZuKEBY BiiOS., No 82 Main St. BaaBiS'tJAt tea VttfA-AtttHu uoAea, Lld aroaa eaca. for sal bv ..3a Irlbtllhivi ia. u.w. oel2 sarxi No. 82 Main Street. Kentucky J ,XILtiUt:.Vb CAB A. lirgardieas oi H-J hard times Yono Am.rica mil t ri le, snd as usual H. A. OoOi ia io re vlpt . f a full assort ment, the first lecelved in the city this season. 2 doaen Willow Obs with ut cov.rs ; 2 do do d withcoer: 2 do do do on springs with covers; g do aiiorUd woci body cabs; 1 do young Araeriat ExcUior on springs. ImciOj a. vuya . Pittaburgli Coal. At