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V0LUME3QV. SVANILLE; INI).: SATUE DAY HORNING MAY 3; 1862 NUMBER 185. ... ,:. ....... -V- ; . ' : - BUSINESS CARDS. A. RUSH'S CONFECTIONERY Removed to Secorui Street, near Main. Xbj vf MMi.no vjfij jn r coj-eec-tiouery to the above unri place, and In addi tion to mi old business have also opened a . f FIRST-CLASS - BAKERY, And promise to my old and new patrons, that who ever uay giv me an order for Cakes and Con fee. . ttaneries.I witl furnUh them la aaeh a tyle a would be creditable at the " White Biuw." - . . . A. BUSH. foblSdCm - "- '" Second Street, near Main. c. schmiit & stark, . Wholoeale aad SetaU Dealer In - French, English & American APER HANGINGS, . MIS LI I AXO PAPER - iha! and Fixtures, Curtain Goods, Gilt Oor sices. Curtain Pins and Parlor Mirrors. . No. 3 nd 5 First street, Kvansvllle, Indiana. prl-ly - ; . ; T XXDCLOS Btoolo, (SCOCSSSOB TO STCKLS a SDKSIKL,) 2d ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY - EVANSVILLEr INDIANA. ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, AtMBSSAfll JttTMBBM, Boards, Laths, ate., of every description constant ly on hand. Packing Bozos of all kinds made to rder: Sawing of every kind done on the shortest notice. ' - apris-ly NATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Main and Fourth Sts., Louisvillo, Ky. T. A. HARROW PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. aor21.tr - , PHILI1 DECKER, (Successor to Decker A Kramer). MANUFACTURER OF LARD OIL, Also an extra article of ibatijyu, BjyraiJYK, cjm oil. - Dealers in Rosin, Soda, Ashes, c Also PURE CATAWBA WINE. oar own raising, in quantities to suit purchasers. 46 JSmtm strut f hot. Etrot B 8tomd, VAN8VILLE,1ND. aWTenn cash, or 0 days' paper negotiable in n. jan20-ly JAMES T. WALKER, JUS TIC O f -THE PE A C I GENERAL COLLECTING AGES , txxmsvuie, nansna. OlBoe on Third street, between Main uiO S ra ster streets. HUNNELL'S (FORM KELT OF STEELE A BUNNELL.) Ploorlnsr IftSCllXs, oor am or WALSIBT. STREET AND THE CANAL, r SYA88VILIB, ISTD. rgViMlt JYE Ut USTJi LIBH.nRJYT Jt is now in fall operation, with new and com plete Machinery of the latest style, tor Planing d Dressing Lam her. Planing and Grooving Flooring, ' making Doors and Bash. Mooldtegs, Window Bund, and e very other description of work don In such esta j.ishmenta. All work at these. Mills -warranted to be well dooe. and mill be offered at the lowest cash prbea. Dry .Poplar Flooring and Weatherboaxding con stantly an band,-awd will be sold for oash. Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. bllttiBg and all kinds of Sawing done to order, i .. in the most approved style. WM. HUN NELL. f".:iki.ii!ioG-rir, OROCESlls'&xiQUOllS, &.H West Firat street, ap25-lv EVANS YILLE. IN D. GREAT BARGAINS ! ! I IN ' Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Gaps, &c. ' JOHN J. MERRITT, : Sueeeuor to B.&.tJaguess & Co.9 ISTo. lO JEsrmt E5t-, OSor great inducements to fiIAI b Cash Ciwloia rs in the selection from their Large, New, and. Klegant Stock of Fashionable Dry Gaoas, Boots, Shoes, Hat and Caps, -'AT WHOLESALE PRICES I LINENS.... HOvSIEKT" WHITE GOODS, and DOMESTICS Offered at jS pr emt let than heretofore re tailed at in the city. AU are invited to come and compare fiwlity and price with any other hoose in the city. J. 8. JAQDKSa CO., epH-lyd-cl2t - - - No. 10 First street. - i VCJBSL CJiFStfPWrtt r"r 3 6 down i pint Wercestershiee Ssnoe; MmjSW J HT1CM.KH Coll; Oil or far a- . V V Una Candles and 6 doxen Oval Coil Oil ' Chimneys not near so apt to break as the rouud son. . j nt received at decl VinKEBY BPOS.. S3 Malnnt. fWTTJSJyTTMmjV fJ BAMS Jl. Barly mJL seed Potatoes. 700 bushels pore Neshanock Potatoes, at mh30 H. A. CtJQS'9. M 0 0JI 8. 20 do, assorted alroom, roceiv edat mhaoj , , . B. A. COOK'S. ' TfWJtCMtmmMiM ijy mmtts.- Wf-M 10 kitu No. 1 Mackerel; 10 do No. a do; 5 do Beceived at mess mhaO do. JT. A. COOL'S. JTMMiMMMJY i 60 bxs extra scaled Herring: MM. X bbls da ult Hatrin. fhoeivei at imhaoi . H. A. COOK'S rjfWMJVAJP 8.-Cheap cow fred Tnraipi at M -ft cent per bushel, at - If. A. COOK'S mhJO - - - - - - - . - Fin . Fur Gloves. jor mm cm van, j aottn js- Jr sortment of Fur Gloves, a suitable present to Jour friends in the army. Also a new lot of La. tea' Far. Call soon and make your selections. VAUTLEH A M AKC0NNISB, deelt No. M Main strevt MM CM I 2 tierces Prime Bice, for H. A. C006VS, 73 Main street. " X sal at janS . " VICKERY BROTHERS," ' B.td0CM. 1U0 bags and i bbls of extra fnn JC ily floor, mannfaetored from while wheat, ' and warranted to give eatiifaction, for sal at - Vlckery Bros., No. i Main street, - EGOS Foar doeoa for 20a, at Tlckery Br., 82 Mainatraet. . '. FISH. Ko. 1 BalmoB, Mackerel, and Co4fibt at Ylckery Bros. BACON. NIe new Haau, Sidts and Stoulders, 4 Ttekery Bros. GABDES 8EED3. 18 boa nsw Baeds from the Bhaker Gardens. Also, 10 bushel ef Onion lutt, tor sal lew, at - VICKIE f BROS, aarftl ,i St Main; Street. : lM JMijj BT0CAO VOPJVTMV mJS. Knit Books on hand, worth from 25 cent to 60 cents, at SG3APKEB MISSINGS, xxtt Vo.ta Maia Street 14 ret. ltarchsnt. nwlvfurr order for Coal Oil T.m k. .u. mif?,V . VICKEBT BS0S., 82 Main 8t. feblS MA At a very low price, at ' ''.'j ' J" CHLlEPTEB'3 jaly89 . .. . fcew Drag 6 turn. W9MTVH.A MT mhlO barrels best Navy, for sale by 8. K. 6ILBEHT CO, MA 1 Dairy Cheese. 200 bxs, choic quality, for sal by l.SlbBIET CO., cmniore street. HEBBING. 100 bxs best, fur sale by 8.1. Gil 'bert Co. ... TOMATO CAT9TTP. tS boxea, on doaon caoh. for tale by B. E. GUbart AC. STA B CANDLES. 70S boxes, for tele low, by S. X, Gilbert A Go., No. 4 Sycamore street. - 47S. .. MISCELLANEOUS. a! Slight Cola, or -gfcjm. J3(h.aai whicfc might be checked uAih ' a, sitnple 'Temectv, ifneg-laoted, often terrriinates seriously. Few are'aware of the irhpfrtance cf stopping' a- cUfh. ; or 5 gfiigtxf fgcJUL in its jtrst stago ; that -xuhidh, in, Ihs beginning would', 'yield to a triad remedy, if not attended to. soon attadks the limsrs. ' mere first introduced eleven years ago. It has been proved that they are the bast article before the publio for. JL&tfirncL, fgchtcLf-th., the Hacking: Laugh, - m cjT&iU7LiLarL, end numerous affections of the JZfflfaat, giving immediate relief. ' : fiiblic Spcfshera V Singers will find them effectual for clearing and strengthening the voice. Sold by all (Druggists and (Dealers m Jedicvne, at 5 cents per box. Sold in XransvUle by KELLER A WHtTB. BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS; Liver Complaint, Fever & Ague, &c Tbb ucceasful introduction and use of this cele erased Homed y ha been the siraal far literal flnnrf or compounds called Bitters," offered in various forms, from a quart bottle to a five-gallon keg, un til this word " Bitters " 1 but another nam for T erK or some villainous waiskv mixtnra. Bnt the really s-reat relief derived from the mln. o aoee, one teasDOonrul. ofour medirtina. BoBrhave's Holland Bitters. m On tHtireabtenc of after prattraium, has eatab- usueu ror n a reputation wnicn tne beet of imita tions and counterfeits have failed to undermine thi positively vegetable preparation, with barelv snfll- cient pure spirits to preserve it uutonesisseor the genuina (Half-FInt Bottles), It is a medicine of lonor tried Affinal fnr Pvn-A.. tmg uta Siooa, so essential for the foundation of Rooa neaita ana tor correctiua' rliwirrior nf 11,. stomach and bowels. Two or tltree doses will convince the afflferiw! nf It. salutary 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 result. - Ar AJVJOMtmmTlOJV. IVa. Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. -" HMiJ HTHCMSV. 'fro , Ecerliave's Holland Bitters. - . ror JCMUMT1T. Try BoBrhave's Holland Bitters. r WMTKMUMJI8H, Try , BoBrhave's Holland Bitters. r HUjI DJI t!ttji, Tru Boernave's HoUand Bitters. w A. Obi OA 4AAtTlTK, Try Boernave's Holland Bitters. For CO NTM f A'-V-" 1,.. Bcsrhave's Holland Bitters. Aor J'tM.KS. Tni Dnxhoni. rr 11 J Pitt. in all Nervous, fiheumatic. and Nenralric AfTivU tions, it has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. Heatct sjarefnliy I The genuine, hiehlv-concenrratod lioprhave'a Ho). land Bitters is nut no in half i.int botrleaonlv. aiuf 1 retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The great da- j mand for this truly celebrated nimiiriiue ha indno-1 i el many imitations, which the pulllo should guard 1 against purchasing. . . . ., Booaroal tntpotoumf St that our sksmm iioaOt label oewerg hoffit you bug. ' ; .: . .-I BeiJamiu Pagf, ir,9 & Co., ; SOLE PROPRIETORS. flTTSBUKGH, PA. KELLER & WHITE, ' AGENTS. Evansville, 2nd. GEO. A. BITT110LFF, Jt WJ T"IJ JUST H H T V it .y JN It MM from the Eat, with swell selected stock of Watches, Clneks. Jewelry, and Silvrrwara. offers his stock as low as the articles can be bought in. large cities. Gohl Watcaee, from S150 dawn to M. Silver watchs lrom S90 down to CM. Clocks, from 150 down to $1.75. r'etti of ioaelry, from S30 down to 50c. Bracelets, from $30 down to $2 5;). Fineer Bina-s. Breastoins. Far-rinzs. fmm ais down to 26c Silver Table and Tea-Doona. Soud Ladles, Cream Spoon, Butter and Fruit Knives, Sugsr ToDg-i, Salt sad Mustard Siooas, all sold lower than usuaL Silver. Eterl and German Silver Snecta-laa. T... d-Oi' fioa Wire and Shell Portemonaiee, Si-vrr and Tortoise shell Card CaMS, Gentleman ' Ptu-sesand Portemonaie. , . F. B. Bobinson's Irdexical Silver Soan. far cleansing Silter or Plated Ware, the ben thing ever used. Gold Guard and Vest Chains. Ga'd Pens. Plated Ware, Cantors, Ac. Lithe and silk Guard Steel Chains. Gvgglc. Beevtr s and Others, Thermom eters, Ae , all of which ha offers- at low figure. : Call and ee before- purchasine elsewhere, and aatisfy yourselves of the lact. . . . . nprft ' . g VIM to MJJ r L. O UUr!M siA.j Buck JL9 wheat FtLUr, Extra, at Jn.ua H. A. COOK'S. TTMJiJS eii tonsof that rich conutry bran. ju4i re.iea, ana lor sale at - -feblS YICKKBT BBOS.. 8a Main St. "CALDWELL'S." JBTJritM VjiM.lt WB X I seliiiiK for ca&h. anl as low as anv other bonne in the eity, pure vl ve. Oil, warranted pura and no humbug. CO doxen 1 and 2 quart can Cova Oysters, just re ceived at Partner Caldwell's, No. 9 First street. lOdoeen fresh Lobster turf reot-ited at No. 9 First street. .. FRKSH SALMON. 10 dozen So. 9 First street. ' just received a PXNifi A Pp LK&. 10 doxeu iu can or jar ; C . - .j. : . i J: . 2 dozen cua Biackberrfes : .1 60 do and can sai dines, jnst received and for sale tew by- . PABTNKB CALDWELL'S, p2S -7 No. tt First strw-f. CHOICE POTATOES. . ! t 0 f BV8UBK.& CHOiCK JOTJ- "k 10 K3 received on coisi8-nm?9t and for sale by SHAaPH A CO. ap23-dlw Jfliliiiert Goods, ' ' ' ' : at wholesale and retail, . , . . . . . AT . SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S, , KO. 49 MAIN STBEET.'. - ' UJLVM STOW Jt XAflJB 77 - atoek of trimmed and untrimmed Eonue's, Hats, Flowers. Euilies, Bioboas, Nets, Ac, and constantly receiving. Having a skillful trimmer engaged for the sea son, we a 111 trim Bonnets and Hats at short no tice. SCHAPKEB BUSSING, ap23 - . .. - - 1 - ' - 'No. 49 Main street. rf. K. Laavirr (Notary Pubtfc-.) S. R. Horns set- LEAV1TT & H0RHBR00K, , Attorneys at JLatv EVASSVlLLK IND. . - - -Collection and Beal Estate Agent. - Will attchor also to collecting Soldiers' and Government olalm ol every description. Office on Third Street, bet. Main and Sjcamore. mar28 -, Va rfA-fl MUTT MM 3 dozen nice M-A fresh Kgg for S6 cents, and 2 pounds choice for ' .oti at VICKKfiY BBOS, - -JanM,.,,.. - No. 82 Main atreel. i Rates of ASTertisiM. 8 IDag. 60 j 76 11001S5160176 I Bays. - T51 1 16 J80 I 1N 2 15 9 90 BZto. 1 00 loO J 1 76 1 SS6 7S ) ! 1 IMyt. 1 25 , iM) r. 60 U t!6 15 tDaft., ) 1 SO 2 10 a 80 I S60I 4i0 t Wtk. 1 60 8 25 S 00 8 75 4 60 526 t WeU a 60 ) 3 75 6 00 6 25 7 50 75 Wkm 3 ue 4 60 e 00 j 7 ta a 0t I IP 50 1 Mo, 4M W tw I 10 00 I U W 14 t t . r B 00 t 75 ( U 60 1 13 76 ) ltt UU j 18 75 ta'a. J 7 60 IX 85 J 16 00 1 18 75 U 60 8b i& tMo't. J 60 ia 75 1 17 00 21 25 26 60 76 gAfo's. lOjOOJ 16 O0ia0O026Olf3OUO8 W0 i Afo's. 1 13 00 1 19 SO 26 00 3? 60 3 O0 46 60 8 fo 16 Otl i Sfil 60 I 30 00 1 87 I 46 0i I 6-3 50 ' Adwertlalain; tm tha Wtskly, Ona square, one insertion. .. 1 00 'V c-two " 1-tvo - , " ; : three " .....2 00 For each snbaequent insertion, and fot . , v each insertion of each additional : fjaare. ... ...;.....o 60 - Advertisements published - in both tb Daily , and the Weekly JonRHAi, will be charged the fall pailjr rates, with on4 halt the Weekly ratea, added. . i Buainesa-notioea published in the local column" will be charged for ejh insertion ten cents per line. ' . . :' '' . Charge will be made for insertinir the notices of the following Orders, Societies and Associations at the rates named, to be paid in advance. , Military Companies, Ordet of Odd Fel lows, Masonic Orders, Benevolent Societies and Singing Societies lor each notice not exceeding 8 lines 25 cents for each insertion; over eight lines at tAis rate. Announcing deaths with funeral notice attached, $1 ; without notice, free. , Marriage notices so cents. Notices of Festivals, Picnics and Excur sions, gotten up by individuate or associa tions, or by churches, at regular prices. Advertisements leaded and placed under the head of Special Notices, if ten lines or over, will be charged double the. usual rates'. ' ' ' - Advertisements makinir less than three lines, inserted once in the DaiJv. will be charged fifty cento. Yearly advertisers to pay quarterly. Announcing ; candidates of everv descriD- tion to be charged at the rate of $1 50 for each name in' the Da.il v. and 22 in tha riaiw and Weekly, the same to be, is all casae, paid in advance. . s EVANSVILLE JOURNAL CO. INSURANCE. Insurance Agency. ALLEN C7HALL0CK Kwstaavlll. . - 0NDKBWBITZB AM) GENXBAL IN6UBANC1 AGKNT, AaicsTia or AvxaaOKS. akb Kotabt Pubxic. MS iSRSt49im Pnlioias fenm " . LVSUIIANCB COMPANIES - In tha Cbanar, en Inland and Fir Biiio. Ha will also receive application iHbr Lis JC INSCBANCK. - He will attend" to the Adiustmsst of of every - description under . policies from othet ageneie, and attend to the nettlement of all mat. ieraOBBeted ssith INSCBANOS, for parties in. teres ted.-. His loag . experieno as-an lMusjiNca Aosht. ha-. made him familiar with ail anbieeta ooaueoted. with lasurauce.- - . ar- Offie-oBSirtStret, opnvPoatOfflce. - MOMFANI) SECUKITY. fire insurance co. OF THBCITT OF NEW YORK, SB. 31 WALL St. Cash Capital $500,000 PROFITS ANNUALLY DIVIDED I 5 PER CENT. TO THE DEALERS. This eompanv divides three-ouartera of ffae not profit to the policy holders. In scrip, bearing intorott without any liability to the insured. "Kflr Thi Company funds It surplus, instead of dividing it to the Stockholder, thereby riving it policy holders greater security, and at the same time cheaper inearance than any other system. ( . . . nifif.tar.s kiAonrAAn . i . - ' ! GEOBQE D. CBABT, Seo'y. ' ; 3 WASHINGTON SMITH, Vice-Pres't. A. C. Ilaltoeli 0, Sea, Ageats, decl2 IVANS VI LLE, INCORPORATED 1847. ';--.O i t y 37 a o 1 13 V 1U1 II UEi : . D U ill 1 1 7 HARTFORD, CONN. Capital, - - .$250,000. O. WAITE, Beo'y. O. B. BOWEB8, Pres't : ; S. S. PBICK, General A gent, Boeiding at Chicago, 111. CASH CAPITAL h SURPLUS $327,640. - ' This Company insure against los nd damage by Fir on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores, Warehouse, Stocks of Merchandise, and all insur able property at a reasonable rate of premium aa any other aelTentwad reliable Company, Adjmting Lometfairlo ond paying (asm prompOg. . - Applications m4 and Policies issued by A. O. HALLOCK A SUM- First Street, opp. Post Office. aag21-ljd Ktassvilxs, iBd DRESS HATS. - : Our spring style, bow ready, is on of the hand. omest ever seea, and by a new arrangement, feet a. eomfbrtable to tbe wearer as anyauit bat. Every other conceivable style made to arder. - c u eate nion Ha t s . Th neatest dressing hat fbr a young l SenfreTjr & Magenta Hats. Something Fancy. J vi ... W- Sdft7Hats Of every conceivable shape and color. Latest style . Caps! Caps!' Caps AH the leading' ttylaa fbr spring and summer just received, t"" .j ' .. I n f a n t Ha t s t& Caps. : A splendid assortment of fancy haU and caps spring and summer style. : 1 '- -i i. -. - - -.v.r "-'-- Boys Sporting: Hats - Of every description and price. -! J ,T , : . x - 1 1 ft T V , , r .- ' . C as s i m e r e 'H a t s . . , t .. i ; atyle and prices. ; . j Soft B caver Hats - For rummer wear, aa light as a feather, at VAUTIER & MARCONNIER'S, l fo.39 llalatutst. PlTSMSBKn BT i JAM3 H. McNEELT. . - K. M. THATTB. : ' - .. .,, , JNO. H. MoNXKLV, tjNDcn thi visit or THI EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COBIPANY. Journal Buildings. - Locust , St, j . . - Bttmttm MHrit mmA Wm-ttr. REGULATIONS F0U I8G2 : TS3 All Advertisements amounting to $3 or less must; invariably be paid in advance to secure attention; . 1 All Job "Work must be paid for on delivery. - Transient Work must be pre-paid : "' ' CALENDAR FOR 1862. fi!ff(i!iiN:fliffiii I...L ... i t a j8 l T'sj 4 6 6 t 7 8 -9 10 11 6 7 8 aHlO 11 t '12 13 14 15 16'I7 is, 2 '13 u 15 lfi 17:18 1 ii9jaf) m t 2ai as'? 0,20 21 22 asjat as 2 26' 27 28 29 3o;3i ... I - 27 28 29 30 31 1.. j-r- li l-l-t.- : 1 I 2 3 4 6 6 7 8i .. 3 4 6 6 Ti 8 9;10 11 12 is!l4 o O lc 11 1313 14 15 1 'ISH7 18 19 30 21 22! 2 (17 18 19 20 21 22 25 j2S;24 26 Sf 2728 : !.. 1i4 26 26 27 28:29 3 C 1. 1 . , .ai .- i I ... .... P 2i 3 4 6 8r 7 8 ... 1 2 S 4 6 ; 9ll0 U 12 13 14116. i !j 7 8 9 10 11:12 13 J 16jl7 18 19 20 21' 22 M 14j l5 16 17 18:19 2- 3 23 24 26 26 27 U8 29' ' t !21 122 23 2 25j2(S ZT 1 31 ... . 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', AN ACT to reorganize and increase the efficiency of the medical department of , thearmy - j.,. r- i 'V 'Be it enacted ly the Senate and House of liepresentatioes of the United States of Amer ica in Congress assembled, That - there sbal! be added to the present medical cojps of the army ten surgeons and tea assistant surgeons, to be promoted and appointed under existing laws; twenty medical Cadet3. and as many hospital - J Jj- consider necessary for tbe public service, and that their pay. and that of all hospital stewards, in the volun teer as well as the regular service shall be thirty dollars per month, to' be computed from the passage of this act.. And all medi cal cadets in the service shall, in addition to their pay receive one ration, per day either in kind or commutation.' ' " -' Sec. 2. And be ' it further enacted. That tbe Surgeon general to be appointed under this act shall have the rank, pay, and emo lumentaof abrigadiergeneral. There shall be one assistant surgeon general and one medi cal inspector general of hospitals, each with the rank, pay, and emoluments of a colonel of . cavalry, and tbe medical inspector general shall have, under tbe direction of the surgeon general, the supervision of all that relates to the sanitary condition of-tbe army, whether in transports, quarters, or camps, and of the hygiene, police, discipline, and efficiency of field and general hospitals, under such regulations as may hereafter be established. - ' ' ; Sec 3. And be it further enaneted, That there shall be eight medical inspectors,wiih tbe rank, pay, and emoluments each of a lieutenant colonel of cavalry, and Who shall be charged with the duty of inspect ing the sanitary condition of transports, quarteis, and camps, of field and general hospitals, and who shall report to the med ical inspsc tor genera', under such regula tions as may be hereafter, established, all circamstances relating to tbe sanitary con dition and wants of troops of hospitals, and to the skill, efficiency, and good conduct of theofficers and attendants connected with, the medical department. Sec. 4; And be it further enacted, That the Burgeon general, the assistant surgeon general, medical inspector gensral, and med ical inspectors,shall immediately alter the passage of this act be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and con sent of the Senate, by selection from the medical corps of the army, or from the sur geons in the volunteer service, without re gard to their rank when so selected, but with sole regard to qualifications. - Sec 5. And be it further enacted, That medical purveyors shall be charged, under the direction of the surgeon general, with the selection and purchase of all medical supplies, including new standard prepara tions, and of all books,, instruments, hos pital stores, furniture, and other articles required for the sick and wounded oflbe. army. In all cases - of emergency ; they may provide -each additional accommoda tions for. the aick and wounded of the army, and may transport such medical supplies as circumstances may render necessary, under, such regulations as may hereafter be estab lished, and shall make prompt and imme diate issues' upon all special requisitions made upon them under such circumstances by medical officers; and the special requi sitions shall consist simply of a list of the articles' required, the qualities 'required, dated, and signed by the medical officers requiring them. . Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That whenever the inspector general, or anv one of the medical inspectors, shall report an officer of tbe medical corps as disqualified, by age. or otherwise, for promotion to & higher grade, or unfitted for tbe perform ance of bit professional duties, he shall be reported by the surgeon general for exam nation to a medical board, as provided ' by the seventeenth section of the act approved -'August 3d, eighteen hundred and sixty-one.. Skc. 7. Ana te tt uriner enactea, iDitc the provisions, of this act shall continue and be in force during the existence of the present rebellion an ft no longer: Pro vided however, That, when this act shall ex-? MEW ADVERTISEMENTS plre, all officers wbo shall bay teea pro moted from the medical staff of the army uoder tha ct shall retain their respective rank in tl-ft army, with each- promotion ' as they would have been entitled to. ' - Appr6red, April 16, 1862.- ' ; ! ;: PtTBUC-No. 62. - AN ACT to authorize the Postmaster Gen- ...eral to establish branch post ofiSces in "'cities."J -'t " Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative of the United State of Amer ica in.. Congress .assembled,' '.That the' Poat-j master General be authorized and directed, when in fcia judgment the public interest or convenieoca may require it, to establish oae or more branch post offices, to facili- fate the operation of tha post omce in any city or place which, in the. opinion of the Postmaster General, may require- such ad ditional, accommodations for tbe ' conre- Bieoeeof the inhabitants; , and it '.shall - be the duty of the ' Postmaster General, to prescribe tbe rules .. and regolatioaa for -tha branch post office wlich inay .be establish ed by virtue br this act. "Ahd ;ther Poet master General is hereby ,. authorized: td charge one cent, in' additiorf to' the regular postage, for every letter deposited "in ; any branch pos office to be forwardtd by mail. trem the principal omce, and. Which ehalt be prepaid bi stamp, and one cent for ev ery letter delivered .at such branch office, to be pai4 on deTiery:",'2Voviiif,"That no let-' ter fi&all sent from' the 'principal, office to such breach office for delivery . contrary to the reelect of he party to whom the . ij same may be addresse-i: And provided, The exceed, the receipts on account thereof. .Sec. 2' And be it further enacted, That the tenth' section of an act entitled "An act to establish certain post-routes, "and for other purpose9,'? approved . Jlarch' third, eighteen hundred ' and forty-seven, be and hertby is repealed. . . . . " " ; t , Approved, April 16, 1862.' ' Public Resolution No. 27. ' ' 7 A RESOLUTION transferring the super vision of tbe Capitol extension , and the erection of the new dome tq the Depart ment of the Interior. .'. . , : Resolmed by the Senate and House of Rep. rexentntinei nf 1k United .Ktnt nf Ar;. in Congress assembled, That the supervision r t . i . . . . - .... .. oi tue wapitot extension ana tne erection or the new dome be and the same is hereby transferred from the War Department to the' Department of the Interior. And all unexpended money which' ills - been heretofore appropriated, end a.ii money wnicn may be tie rear ter -appropriated for either of the: improvements cejrero.'ore- mentioned, shall be expended un der tbe direction "and supervision of the Secretary of the Interior : Provided. That bo money heretofore appropriated shall be expended upon the Capitol until authorised by Congress, except so much as is necessary to protect the building from- Iniurrjbv lb a;r - - wnnung tnj dome. . Approved, April 16,18 S2. I BOOTS ASD SHOES.' ! : -. Keefl'raTiChildtnB- Gaiters, tteota, Bal moral oooig, tappers, sc., or the latest atyle, just out. Just received, and for rale very low. -- - - Also, a superfine .article .of Preach Calf and Ulove Kid, for gents' boots aud gaiters, mad by the fittest workmen. . : -. ;- Ioadiee wiEhing s-raeUiiBg neat and durable for tbemselvwand lamiltes, will save money riy call iugon , .. . JOHN BASCH, ' - " No. 8 Second Street. ' TO IVffEJEal'OTT' JfMTSMTIJVef E V'JJS 8 VILLK WE - W Invite their attentiou to oor well selected stock of . . . , . , HARDWARE AND CUTLERY Bloods C. S. Gras. Grain, and Briar Scvtbes. Strnw and Hav Kaivev Oradles, 2, 3 and 4 prong forks, Ecythe Stones, Shovels, Shades, Hoes, Kakes Azen, Trace and Log Chains? Brushes, Curry Combs, .Nail, and a complete assortment of S HELF HARD VV ARE, l ' : ;;;s lor sals to' CASH buyers at ' Closest F rices : ! JACOB STRAITB ' & S01T, ' - ; ! aplt T4 Main fet., below Washir gton Hon. Jt ha m JVOW OJV BJJS II M mrge supply of Pittsburgh Coal, which Iwill deliver at any part of tbe city at 12Jj cento' per-" bushel, c,h.- Orders left at my office at Lamasco wba:f eratOrr, Delzsll A Co-.'s store on Water street, will be promptly attended to.' ' i mhSdlsa - .. JAS. 8WANSON. -a to.v uujtjy pmojh wjmusu ts' Kiver, just received snd for sale at L mh!7 , : : - .VIOKEBTB. -MTTfrjl JETTED BUr.M JIJVI9 MB 8 8 WW Pork, Lard, Tallow, Bacon, Wbta', Corn,. Oats, 1 Bye, Hay, Floor, Dried ' Apples. : Dried Peache, Feather, Rag,- 2nnang, Beeswax, Beats, Potatoes, Dry or tireea Hides, or any other produce In exchange for Groceries, -jan-fi . ; GKO. POST KB A CO. ! Mats anil ' Caps : SPBING AND SUMMKB STTLE3. : ; SlLK AKD ASSDIERE HATJS. The moat approved style? always on band or made ... . to order. . . . FANCY DRESS HATS, . . For Summer, the lightest and moat comfortable lists to wear, all shades and quality. : .. . ... Ai. i GENTLEKE2iS'" CAPS. ; L "- ' ' : 1 Numerous and tasty styles. i ; botS :$3nf :AiiD : wool ; hats; , In endless variety, all oolers, shape and. price. InfanCirHats & Caps, .... j;A large and well assorted stock on hand. MISSESVFANCY HATS. ' - Trimmed and TJntrimmed. . ,i Boys' Plain and; Fancy Caps A very good assor tment. ' ' -Of any description made to order on abort notice. sS-fcrft-ir Groods, Of every description, Leghorn, Fanama, Straw', and Palm Leaf Hats for ftlen and Boys, all tbe new styles. - " , . . . , KverytbiDK sold at the lowest possible figures, FOR CASH EXCLUSIVELY. VAUTIER & MARCONNIER,t i: JLM O aplS J9JIJV 8TBBBT. 81ZB8 OE BOJVBV SOaA'.-Uo theeeseaoeof Enow, Brows, Wtndeor, Varie- f gated aud Cry.Ulised bar Soaos. for al at I s ti. J. CCHLAXPFEB'S. jacl6 Prng Store; SiZ.OMiJte,jn MOJUAi88BBr-Z bbls. Sor rW ghum Molasses, far Superior to the last, jnst received and for sale at VICKEBT BBOS., . est i Ke.8e Mala at. ; NEW AlilERTISEiKFRn. , WM. E. HAIiLOCK, DRUGGIST and APOTHECARY, Ko. 10 FIRST STREET, . - j Opposite the" Post Office, Ha lost received direct from tha East a fall . as- ! . is i. ! , r-aortaient tit Pure j . Drags, Medicines & Chemicals, - Perfumery,. Brushes, Combs; Soaps, . TOILET ARTICLES, e :;v ", ;PLAVOEING EXTRACTS, . SELECTII) AXPBESSLT r AFor 'Fani Hi Use ALSO, THK Popular Patent Medicines. In fact, evervthiua that a retail Tamilr Drue Hut ouicbt to keep, can be found at Ho. 10, First St.. orifixrite tbe Pest Office, Kvaujville, IndLana. ..aprlo . . . 'j.: . TOWBTSHI? LIBRARY NOTICE rWlHM , TO WJS'SHIP Z.JTB BJ T I" 'At wi'l be kept constantly- open from this date, for tint Be of tbe citizens Zf Pifeon Township t the XowBMbJp Trustee's office (wiibJaf. T. Walker; Third street., nearly opposite the Court House, Evansviile, Sundays and the usual holidays only excepta 1. - fjftios hoar from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. JOHN WAX MAN, . ay23-d.3w . Township Trustee. - -Ohio Rye Cotfee. TJC. VJBB V BO it It aOAtO TO BOB Mid TON'S now to get some of tint justly cele brated Ohio Kye CofTue, which has just arrived per steamer Lancaster No. 4. Also received per railroad, 53 basnet cf Indiana growth of Bye Coffee, which goet off like hot cake at extremety low prices for cub, ana rasn only, at KDSTON'd febf Feed Store, Water streat tpmtEJA CO FA? UK JJS'lt tSPOAXB wl 41. youods Ood Bio Coffee r on, iuliar at Victory Bros. ' 10 pounds good crawu sugar for one dollar.' 8 pounds " wbite , . ." . . "i At Trickery Bros, WANTED TO SXCHAKOE.--A " Fairbanks " cewuter son's for a platform eeale. One of BOO to l.coo pounds diaagbt prefarrea. aprlO Ko. 84 Main fctrwt. yfiaJUtf.-400 kegsuails, all sizes, at Gore WW.' Foster A Co.'s. -- 81CAMLKS3 BAGS. 4.06O warn lees begs, at leu-. Foster A Co.'. . POTATOKS. 3,000 bustels f Neshauoc and Pink Eye, at George Foster A Co 's. : CltaiJCNT AND blBK.-50 bbls fresh hydraollo emont y 09 tbl ireab Uite lime. GEO. FOSTER A CO.,' mar28 - - -; Ooiner Locnst and Canal. JOM LAW, m. a. AHTHs,(Motary Public LAV k AH THE S, ATTOllSKVS ATtAW, ' 3ENKUAL OOLLKOTIOH AND EKAL ESTATE . r - . . . -. AGKNT8,. ... . vttuc No. 87 Uaiu street, t-Dwite tbe Cour Houae, Erausville. Iudiaua. aiai 14-diwly . -UEbw Wu bsv jii.t opened a larse stoa ul Bonne t ami Trimmiotr ltibln8, French Flowers, Hoses, r.oe, Busht-s, and M iiiinery Oaod frenf-rallj. ... SCUAPKKlt a BUSSING, . , -3rixigr' Stools. mflilliiieru tooeis AT MRS. HASTINGS, ; ; i -JUain Street, beliceen First and Second. "' Tf Afji VJB ' JV8T BKCKiVBU Jtl 9 M Rpricg fctock .of Millinery Gjods, consisting of Bonnets, Bibbops, Fancy Grade, Ac, which were bought at very low figures, and will be sold for caeh only, at prices to suit the times. ' Tlie tleiitton of the ladies l -called to ibis tockv wliich is thela-gest and bt selected erc lirougltt to tbil market. apiC-Sind. . JIBS. J. HASTINGS. PAY: NOTICE. . tsjvitx MStciJVAiit, . wieir- x close the coninauv huslce of V rT'i ISMS NO'BRK A. CO., (Srre A Brummelhaus) requetts all thusa indebted to them to pxy their account and notes at once, in crJer to save costs. It not piiJ by the first of Hay, they will te left with a justice for . collection. , ,, . XtfASMr . HJCBtJ? TWtJS'B. 1,000 MM. best quality for sale low bv novS 8. E GILBKBT A CO. jTIOC'OJI "VT8l caak, aea croi. Just le coived and tor sale by -. .: .. S. E. CILBEBT A CO., . de27 - ' No. 4 Sycamore strtet. ' BBil?A.Ai eOWAtBM 100 kegs, for sale MS, Iry jBihlO S. E. GILBKBT A CO. . ' SCHLAEPFER'S." BBT or Mt,tf AS 1JYK, VOX 8JAX.K at Scblaepfrr's New D.t UtOfa. , - ; SODA Ash and Potash, Or tale at tfcLueiir' Kew Drug Store. ' " ' ' ' ' t . OONBAD'8 Bng Pnfoun. Th bft bng dsvoy or in the world, for tale at H. J. Schlaepler' 't Drns Store. -- ' JtiST-rrceiveJ. Arother supply of the genuine PWuvlaa Syrup, at Schl-pf. r's New Drugstore. - aiar3t m E W BJtCOJV MAM 8 f V Shoulder at low prices, at W28 V1CKIBY BBOS. s EAWSON. TODD & CO.. u " ' "WHOLE SALE GROCERS, - Louisville, Ky. ...... - -' 3,800 bags itio Coffee, strictly good to prime, ast low prices,- - . :. Thirty case Govern Sancho " Licorice in store, and for sal by the abve firm. niar28-2w 300 feb6 AtOmUJV JVM Ut AUE8H JCGG3,Jut received at VICKEBT fcBO'S. , : No. 82 Main street. FR U I T TREE S , M jyrjtJllEJYT.il Ei 8UBVB8, . Evergreens, . Roses, &c, &c. - CULTIVATED AND FOR SALE AT THK .'-! COLUMBUS jN xx zshl 3n .n.:e:-.e, BT BATEHAItI, HANF0RD& C03 COLUMBCS, on lO. Orders receired by O. F. BKOUGHTON, scj - feL3-dw4m - Agent . . - Soldiers' Claims : BEN. STINSON AND JOHN TENNIS, Kvansvii.l, Iks., Jh-ocur INVALID PENSIONS, BOUNTY MON KY, AKttiSAUS OF PAY, l ied Warrant, and other Government promise!, fbr claimants justly entitled. ' charge until claim are secured. Orricc : 0a Third Street, near Uaia. " ; tcb5-3md - . , . ; : .- i : '. ATE Si 6 frali. liuw crop aiti very line 1ut received and IV r sale by 4kc2C - S. E. OILBXRT A CO. " GILBERT & CO.'S." rrJtrjoJr 8 biz,b aouiibb. I AXJr in metal keg. 100 keg just received , and . j" - l. 41 :.' . i.ll r A. , v. K t A. MvMn-.neM , .1 J v. i . . w., . - j street. ' "- s .... .- - j SALIC 200 Ibis iTsnawba Salt, both lare and X " "" MUSTARD. ro bxs, 2 dozon each. Xentucltr Slustani.goat received, and for sale by ' o. is. uacmir a co. No. 4 Sjcamors Street. -I JAt IJr. JtJVOTH K B apr8 ; - ' K tTAAf AMBO K9 cheap tS5 cent eaeh, at Ct4 .; YICKERY BROS., . No. 82 Maiu Street. J. VV." Ii EXS EN, 3232T:Z23.Xl.jSLXji IICTMIB: 1IIY! OFFICE: IN MARBLE HA.t. KVASSVILLK, IND., W9 J'0 U- PBKPJlMBlt TO 3 J H H M. B'.ksaud issue Policies in several of the old est and meat reliable Insnrnnco Coiupsnics of the United btat". STOKES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, HILLS AND MANUFACTORIES, insured k tbe mt favorable ratee. M A RINK AND I5ND 5AVTOATTON Risks taken on FLAT-BOATS. BABGES, STEAMBOAT? ami thr-ir CA ItC-dFM. Also, epplicatiors rcoied for LIFE lfcSt BANCS. - ' - Combined' Capital Represent -ed; over $5,000,000. Office. Marble H!l BailditiK, No. tt Main rl. -i. 'IVf''1' .C' S V 1 ri Losses Paid,. ; Upward of 000,000 The great publfo aervico, promptnois ani rcj; bilityof this well-tried and st"rlin? Comp.iuy, re commibnd It to preference with tliose neoJinij In surance. - aWInsurance solicited and Pnlicio issne4 u . - . J. W. NEXEN, Agenl, " fch$ ' ' - Marble Hall Building, No. 9 Malu Ht. PliEPARfi IN TIME -r- AGAINST . . . THE FIRES0F FALL : prtiaiE a'ko. i lyscRAKCE : v-: , .. -.: , ut rue pihelvix iis. cosry V OF HARTFORD, CONN. The Fruits of the Pliajnix Are manifest in the followirjr stHtem-nt of PACTS AND FIGURES ! Shewinx the amount equalized to public be m-lit, in the shape of losses paid In the West and loutli, daring the past font years; aline of valunble sr r vioe henorable as well as ooiaoMj able, and whict .-i : .... 11 JC i To every man who desire t j bestow his Insuiauct pstronags upon a WELL TKIEDC0KP0IIAT105. 40,277 45 ....OH10.;...... 810,377 45 27,623 M...... ...INDIANA..... 27,632 9t 69,174 66..... -ILLINOIS .... 69,174 68 88,670 08 MICHIGAN.- 32,670 OS 84,230 13..;...TO.WlSCOIN.-..... 34,220 lit 19,323 S4......M.. IOWA 19,323 3T 8,843 10 .i.-.iM 1 NNESO'1'A....i 8,653 1 ,. 1,167 0O.....NKBliASKA........... 1,17 (H " 9,765 00 KANSAS...... 9,765 W 84,0548.. KENTUCKY . 34,064 3 43,054 0 -....TENNE3SKE 43,054 t. 20,832 65... MI83ISSIFPI.... 80,832 M 27,668 83.....MISSOUBI 27 6W8 M 22,839 43....... A B K A N S AS 22,839 43 - 3,61 8........T1CXAS. ... ; 3,961 655 56 ... ALABAMA 666 66 In tho oquitablo adjuMmrut, ami prompt Cash r. ape as to loam, (A l'iltKA'lX nUtndt pre-mtinmllg at thi head of U proetrion; wlnlt its txtetuivt, prac tical, and flrH-clam bntineu tyttem of local agencies, i not oxcolUU oy ejr mhuiiar corporation in the world. fnsurancies solicited, aud policies issued and ri no wed In tbi lending kir rtiou, at lair raitis b J. W. XEJtaiiA', Keid"i,t Agci,t, OmcT Marble Hall Bnilcing, Main str.-t. gOTTOJV BAXTTIJVeriO ba!o f.ir hy ; S. H. GIl-BaBT A Co., No. 4 Sy:Huinr- Htr.-et. oc)2 MOOM81 OMOOJItS! A i: lut oi Udlou TilUge," Sliaker and other Rr w.. trom 15 to 2Uc. VHJKttltY BKflv tEAiit iflVv'. 60 buahel-i lor sale iu a;i 3 quautity by - . t. GILBiSUT A CO, . janll ii ttjtjV tons rich cjuuin Bran, at . - H. A. COOK:. u8 Main eireet. ARTILLERY & CAVALRY EQUIP- MEMS. 1Tflfh setts (Hardware and trees oomplele) )PW for artillery barness; , 2,000 setts (do.) for Cavalry Kqu!puient, anil .'. . -Increased to any amount at byrt ui tice ; 1,000 yds. 60 in. dble thread enameled duok; - l,yx do. 5-4 enameled aril); ' iWJ do. 6-4 enameled muslin; loo uiiM enameled leather; -TO do. patent dash leather; 40 doz. hog-saia seating; . Regulation and Mc Lallan rpurs, sword 11 1 trim mlngs and straps, together wh& , full assortmen of good ia my line of bneineas, for cvnh at low prices.--.:. CHABLJSS BAlOCK, novS , Watr 4. jf tOUL, JJS'At CjIMBOJY Oii,.h) bbls IL received per steamer Praifie Boss and Leo- aton, the cleaiest and nicest yet receired, for salt low by bbl or gallon, at . Jaiilrf VICKERY BBOS. 50 C'EJVT'8 EJtCit ,VOM A,JMtlE ne iJeel Tongnes, at der-28 VICKKUY BB03., 82 Main St. Agency for Soldiers Claims, 4f"V t. Jttc MMAAtM JiJril Ji. T. Mm WH1TTLESY procure Invalid Peiiaioun, Bounty Money, Arrears of PL, and Land War rants, under the several act of Congress Fee moderate, and no part of their chargn col lected till the claim is secured. . .. Office on the north side of Third Street, betxaen Main aud Locust, Evansville, Indiana. -' feblo MoBBIDB A WHITTLKSKY. jntUCKSKA-jyr UAlUJrTAjBT82to dozen mM j iu t received at SCHAPKER A BUSSING'S. dec30 No. 4!l Main street. svOiSf P. "09 tola German and Palm, for s:ile 9 tow by . ' a).- E GILBEUT Jt CO. fai0 - fZf VOZEJV Coal Oil Chimnies, ansorted IW9 sisss. tcmprbiing some new kinds not yet o tie red the public in this place, just received ir steamer Lancaster, aud for sale at - VICKEBY BROS., frblt No. Hi Main Street. nflUBME V8. Eggs, Butter, and lots ol other At nice things, can be had at dec7 VICKKRY'S. rmiKU 8 Imperial, iouug Hywn, Uuupuw. At. der and Oolooz Teas, at from 46c to 11 CO rev lb., at VICKEBY BROS., No. 82 Main st. Tr8BAfJmCM OA VOEEAtMU boxes, , JtA gross eacn, for sale by oc!2 E. GILBERT A CO.es se.6 No. 82 Main Street. Af1UM,HUJiJVb' C.t B 8. Begardiees of H-J hard time Young America mut ri le, and as UHual H. A. COOK is in receipt of a full asiurt ment, the 6 rut received in the city this season. t dozen Willow -Cbs withaut covjrs ; i "2 do J do. do.; with covers: 2 do do .do on springs with covers; t do aworted wood body cabs; I do Tonus: Ameries Excel.ior on "prins. At Pittsburgh Coal. era -3 1, ,:. I.J. 3.