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u. VOLUME ,XIY. . r.i e-j;li 'J -.' - tl J . NUMBER 18S. J! r BUSINESS CARDS. Ar RUSH'S. CONFECTIONERY Xmotid to Second Street, near Main. wifjrjs MB.ne vkb -w i to.vfjgc- , J3L. tiener to the ktiuH eaiaed place, and in adil bun to rav old business have also opened a FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, r -And premiss to my old and new patrons, that who-, ever oay ciTg me an order for Cakes and Confeo - Ocnortss, I -wilt fsrslrti them In anon a stylo as ' would be creditable at ths " W hit Boom." A. BUSH. . feblSdCm- - e Beoosd Street, near Main, - C. SCimiTT & STARK, - -; Wholesale and BtaH Dealers in French, English & American A P E H ANG I N G S, MUSLIM AND PAPKll ; &ads .and Fixture. Curtain Good. -Gilt Cor- Curtain Pint arid Parlor Mirror. o. s and 6 First street, Xvaaiville, Indiana. iprliMy ,. . , if.X3CLOJ3 StOOlO, (ocs(H to mill a iinmu,) id ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, : Boards, Laths, o.. of every deeeriptioB constant. t$ en hand. Pecking Boxes of all-kinds made to rtlor. Sawing of eTery kind deno n the shortest aotioe. prl8-ly NATIONAL HOTEL, Corner llain and Fourth Sis., Louisville, Ky. - ' T.A.HARROW PROPRIETOR. - -ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. aovZl.tf PHILIP DECKER, (Successor to Decker A Kramer). MANUFACTURER OF LARD SUAP ADD CANDLES, OIL, Also an extra article of -. . t J?ViW", MJWIJVM, tt GSM OIL. . Peeler In Boein, Soda, Aihea, o. Also ... PURE CATAWBA WINE, var own raising, in quantities to suit porcbssers, Mmtm u$rt !. Xnl tt s. XVANSVIIXK.IND. ' lermt cash, or tfl days' paper negotiable In . JaniO-ly jaies walker, JUSTICE Of TBEPEACl ABB ' GXSXBAL COLLECTIBQ AOXN , EvoHtville, ndutna. OIBue on Tbird street, beiweea Main inu 9ra ere streets. . . - - - H U N N ELL'S (FOKMKBLT Ot 8TIILS A UUNMELL.) Ploorlno; TVE1 lira, WAL5CT STREET AND THE CANAL. Zt SrAXSVILLB, IND. npMl JVJSU MHTJiBLIBHMMiJSTF , . M. is now in fall operation with new and com- plets Machinery of the latest stylo, for Planing and ' Dressing Lumber, Planing and Grooving Flooring, making Doors and S?h Mouldings, Window Blinds, and very oiher description of work dons In such esta iahmeu ts. Ali work at. thee Mills warranted to bo well -done, and will be offered at the lowest cash prkes. Dry Poplar Flooring Sad Weatherboarding eon stastly on hand, and will be sold for cash. Brackats and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. - flitting and aU kinds of Sawing dons to order, :! h the most approved style. ' -ft' WH. HDNKILTj. JMLm MoO-rllT, GROCERIES & LIQUORS, Mo. aw West Klrst street, ' p2S-Ty EYANSTILLK, tXP. GREAT BARGAINS I I I Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, - Hats, Gaps, &c; f t. I JOHN J. MERRITT, '"- . - ' Suceeuor to M. jfaqtiess & Co., Ofler great inducements to BKTAI U 4Jaafa Custom .arsis the selection from their Large, New, and Klegant Stock of Fashionable Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, AT WHOLESALE PRICES f- : . LINENS n HOSIERY WHITE GOODS, and ..-..DOMESTICS Offered at 99 coatf loss than heretofore re tailed at in the city. All are inTited to corns and compare ouality and price with any other house in the city. J. S. JAQTJKSS A CO., aplWydm Ko.18 First street. 6 dosen pint Wercestershiee Sauoe; .ejJK Is-" SiTAcVsvjyAWCoil. Oil or fara eV V Ana Candles and 6 dosen Oval Coil Oil Chimneys not near so apt to break as the round ones. Jost received at decl9 VI'IKSBT BPOS., 83 Kala.t. cm TTHjyrriojyr bji hjhm ms. Kariy wM. seed Potatoes, 700 bushels pure Neshanock Potetoes, at " mh20 U. A. COOK'S. - UttOJU -20 doa. aaeortod strooms, receiv ed at , ; mh20j M. A. COOK'S. s5-71'' IJV' MITTS.--, : wrM, 10 kitta No. 1 Mackerel; 7 , 10 do Ho. 2 do; 6 do mess - do. K seal red at mh20 IT.A. CC0VS. '.' TfMBMmlJYa. 60 bxs extra scaled Herri nr; MM... . ,-- S bbla do saltUerrins. .. Ueceived at (mb.20 -:- H. A. COOK'S - ' rtnvMJtrfjr 1. Chs ap oow fe.i Turaipamt 20 At. cents per bushel, at mh20 - it. A. COOK'S. Fine Fur Gloves. fPr MMcmtvaDt o js- eortmeat of Fur Oloves, a suitable present to your friends la ths armj.. Also a aew lot of La dles' fare. Call soon and ttaks your selections. TACTIXA A MA A CON N I Kit, derf 8" Ho, 89 Main street ' KSIA'JV MA CM Jt tierces Prime Bice, for Mir sale at . H. A. COOK'S, JanS V, r 73 Main street. w"VICKERY BROTHERS." W. 1,9PM. IM bvgs and -6 libls of extra tkm At Hy flour, manufactured from whits wheat, aud warranted to give satisfaction, for sale at Vlckery Bros., Ho. Si Main street, - ' BG39. Toardoasn for 25e, at Vk-kevj Bros,, it lain street. nsn. No. 1 Ba'.moD, Mackrel, and Codfish, at Vickery Bros. ' - ; BA00N. Niee new Hams, Sides aad 8uonIdars, at Yieksry Bros. GABDXK BIEDS. IS boxes asw Beeds from the Shaker Gardens. Also, IS bushels f Oakm setts, fer sals lew, at TICK KB t BROS. m arU SJ Main Street. in jummtm mrttcm t mvjyrrttir WM. Knit Soaks on hand, worth from 25 cents to 60eeate,at BOaAPKSB A BUS6IMG3, J - aug2S Ko.49 Main Atree AJgXXega-kerchaaU rlvfog At orders ler Oeal Oil Lamps, can have them sa-r m. m very tow price, at : H. J. CaLAKPFBB'8 . Kew Drug Store. - 'nly Wmatcm' barrsU best JJavy. for sale b mhlO ' o. s,. uxi,esiltTA CO.. vmjjmmvtKU jusru AfWV tt A, M M jr MM J oairy vneeee. a oxe, enoioe ooalitv. for No. 4 Sycamore street. . HXiRISQ. 100 bxs best, for sals by S. 1. Gil bert A Co. TOMATO CATSUP. 86 boxes, one deaoa each. : tor s&W by 8. B. Gilbert A Co. . . - STAB 0A5DLBS-.TO9 boxes, lor sale low, by 8. M. tHrbert A Co., To. 4 Byreajtoro street. I. jsjartl . : s. v - . "; -.:.- 1 : ':' MISCELLANEOUS, Slight Cold, or. t gfcjiit', Sfhj-Cjal. whiah' might , be checked, A zuiih' a -simpli. remedy?- V Tveg-tecrea, ojten terminates seriqu&yj JPew Ucr aware of thi. impdarianav-r qf. stopping a , diifLi"tJr, &Luih fi?aLd. in iis Jzrst stage that -vshidhx in, the teginnz7i- xtxiid . yield to -' a mild remedy,, if:ris4. attended i?, s6on attacks the lungs. :r 'u l'1' I i"5.V-f, -J,5 ivere first introduced eleven years ago. It has been vroved that their are the best . article "before '. . the ' public j(r'- jk&lJwia., pdtajHt-fi, the Haokztug. Cough - in : an.sAniJihxjit'a numerous affections vf the JE7 lit" exit, giving immediate. relief.'. t 1 JPttbtie Sjpealeera X, Singer mill find them effectual Jbr clearing and strengthening the iKioe.-: - I... . Sold by aU0ruggists and Qealers. in J&edieine, at cents per box. ' Sold in XransTille by EELLSK ft WHITK. BCERHAVB'S , r HOLLAND BITTERS; r ; I3yctpei3sla;, " ' Liver Complaint, Fever & Ague, &c Ths snaoussrnt fntrodaetion and use of this cele brated Remedy has been the signal for a literal flood of compounds called " Bitters," offered in various forms, from a quart bottle to a fire-gallon keg, un til this word " Bitters " is but another name for -grog,- or some villainous whisky mixture, i ' Bat the really great relief derived from ths mtn nte doee, one teaspoonful, of our medicine. Bcerhave's -Holland Bitters. axut (As ntireabtcne of after proUratiou, has estab lished for it reputation which the host of imits tions and counterfeits have failed to undermine thie positively vegetable preparation, with barely s affl uent pure spinw to preserve it. -, i. - at one size ot the genuine (Hair. Pint Bottles), price 0h Doixab. . - . " It is a medicine of lone tried efficaov for Purifti- img BUod, so essential for the foundation of sued. Health and for correcting disorders of the sonrach and bowels. - Two or three doees will convince the afflicted of its salutary eSects. -The stomach will sneedilv retrain lu streugthv a healthy action of the liver, bowels, and kidneys will soon take place, and renewed nutu be tne quick result. .:- JPor MJVMMUKSTM0JV. Tra ' ": Boertiave's Holland Bitters- ' JKJHTMUitS. Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Boarhave's Holland Bitters. Bosrhave's Holland Bitters. - - far MJblA it A C'MJi, Try BoBrhave's Holland Bitters. lei- JjOSS HM fjfJiTMTi. Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. for PtVUS. Tru Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. In all Nervous. Bheumatio. and Neuralgic Affec tions, it has in numerous instances Droved hiehlv benodciaL and in others effected a decided cure. ttcad Carefully I The rennlne, hinhlv-conceiitrated Bcerhave's Hol land Bitters is nut ud in half nint bottles onlv. and ' retailed at One Dollar twr bvttte. The great de mand for this truly celebrated mrtliuine hut Indoe " ed many imitations, which the public should guard against "purchasinir. - : ' ' Sewan of impot ition CSe that our M ii on tlte t - J ,late( o every boltlt yon Imp. : ' " Benjamin Page, Jr., & Co,, SOLE PROPRIETORS. fITTSIUiBUU, PA. KELLER & WHITE, .- . AGENTS; EvantvilU, 2nd. GEO. A. BITTIiOLFF, WMM VMM O- JVST It K T V M Jr M J9 MM. from the ait, with a well selected stock of Watches, Oloeks, Jewelry, and Silverware, offers bis stock as low as the articles can- f bought in large cities.. Gold Watebe, from $150 down to $20, . Silver Watches from 890 down to Sid. Clocks, from $50 down to $1.75. Setts Of Jewelry, from $50 down to EOc. Bracelets, from $33 dawn to $2.60. Finger Fings, Breastpins, Far-riogs, from $15 down to 25c Silver Table and Teaspoons, Soup Ladks, Cream Spoons, Butter and Fruit Knives, Sugar Tongt, Salt and Mustard Sfome, all sold lower than usual. s Silver, Steel and German Silver Spectacles, Li d'ei' fine Wire and Shell Portemooaies, 8i,ver and Tortoise chell Card Caws, Gentlemen's Purses and Portemonaies. : ".. . . f. It. Kobinsan's It dexical Silver Soap, for cleansing SUier or Plated Ware, the best .thing ever used. ; . Gold Guard and Vest Chains, G.'d Pens, Phited Ware, Cantors, Ac, Lathe and silk Guard Steel Chains. Goggles. Keevr and others, Thermom eters, 4c , all of which he offers at low figures. : Call and see before poichaaing' elsewhere, and satisfy yourselves uf the tact. - apr& ' : ; ; : gjt l CM ttr HIM r V U. 50 sacks Buck- MM wheat Flcur, Extra, at jati8 B. A. COOK'S. . Y9ttMJ bis toasof that rich country bran. jut re.eive!, and for eaie nt feblS V1CKKBY BB03., 82 Main St. "CALDWELL'S." M. sellicK for cash, aud as low as any other honse in the city, pure Ul;ve Oil, warranted pure aud no humbug. 69 doceuf 1 and qur.rt can Cove Oysters just re ' eived at Partner Caldwell's, No. 9 First street. '. 10 dozen fresh Lotaters ju,t receiyed at So. 9 ITirrt sti eet. ' :ZV ITEKS1I 8ALSUN.-10 ilozen iuet rt-ceived si : "o. U r'irat sttSBt. - PINB APPLtS. 10 dozen In can or jar; IS dozen can Blackberries: 1 .: - 60 do XCL and X can aaidinaa. Just raceirtd Sbd fr sale low by .l-AUi.MB MLDWILL'S, ep23 ' Ko. 9 First street CHOICE POTATOES. 9JfMW TOES received on cansiebiuent aud for sale by ap23-dl fcHAttfK A CO. ' ; at .. . WHOLESALE AST) RETAIL, .!, Joii i - ' i AT - -- SCHAPKER-. & IBUSSING'S, KO49 MAIN 8TBEKT. . TifjB Of pa jyrow j tjteje , WW etoek ef trimmed an4 untrimmed Bonnets, Data, Flowers,1 Jiasues, itivnom, U6U, e AAnitjitlv raoeivlne. - -'- 1 '" Havleg a skillful trimmer engaged for the tea eon, we a ill trim Bonnets aed Hats at short no- IJIoe.-' ; a SCHAf JtAxt jtueaiAU, .- i,-0. 49 Main street. 4. K. Lbavitt (Notary Public.) S. K. Hom BOOK ' ' LEA VITT & H0RNBR00K. Ittorrieus artJLaw .., a. VAwav iijle, isv. Collection and Beal Xstate Axents. Will attead alee to collecting Soldiers', and Government olaius 01 every description. - ; : - Office on Third Street, fcet. Main and Syoamors. ita JVIJ BUTT St. 3 dozen nice -a- fresh Bgga for 25 cents, and 2 pounds choioe tZ lur quarter, at V1CB.KBI BSOS, -4nm r Ho. ga JUaia stre i street. ; "i . es o ' I I Dopy- 60 76 1 00 1 26 1 6o t 1 Ta iaavf fir 76 f 116 1601 1 0 8 86 tQ Co4t in .mi 7 a a IBajo. 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" . .. three) . , For each subsequent Insertion, and fan - tsuvu t. io0enua 01 eaca aaaiuonai qAr..w.....ii, ...... ...... .-.......9 6f AdrertisemeBts publlffhetf , ia both! th' DaiIj',aM the Weekly Joobmav will ib charged tbo fall Daily rates, trith . one: Mlf the viciy-rate3- Bdaed.-: . : , ; .:! ,rfj rasjiassg notices . poblisbd In the locsj dolntnns, Jtrill be charged for tech iqsertioa :. '-Qhsugpi jfiU .be mad for inserting ; the notice tie . followinp: - Orders, Societies And Assdciationa at the rates .nametL.ta b paid in ftdTAnce.; . , v; .1 tja : ...MiiiUry . Uompanies, Order' of Odd .Fel lows, Masonic Orders, Benerolent Societies and Si?K'S Societies i l . .' For each notice not exceeding 8 liues 25 cents for each insertion; over eight Unas at this rate.-, . .-. . Announcing deaths - with funeral notice attached, f 1 ;-withont notice, free. ; Marriage notices SO cents. . . " .., - Notices of FeBtirala, Picnics and Excur sions, gotten up by- individuals or asaocia tions, or bjr churches, at regular prices- . '. AAvertiaements leaded and placed under the hd of Special Notices, if . ten lines or over, VwH,7; be ;, charged... double, the usual ratea....'...-."..ti;vi" ,. AdTertisements making less than three tfBe&V" inserted , orr;e in the .Daily, will be charged-fifty cents. :: Tearly adrertisers to pay quarterly, . '" Anhovncing candidates of every deacrip tion to; be charged at thje. rate of $1 50 for each nanse Ln the Daily, and $2 in the Daily and Weekly, the same . tq be, in all cases, paid in; advance. I ' J' ' .. iisZKTJLXSVXLLB "JOURNAL Op.;-, 1HSURAHCE; -ni l Insurance Age ncy. ' LEN C7HALL0CK , K-v-slus v I lie. -, CNDSB.'rtBIIEB.ASDGKNKBAI, INSUBANCl . v, - - AGKNT. . AWCBTia Atbbaom, abb Notast Pitslio. ' He continues to issue Policies from several Vlrs eiaiS and Piont reliable . In the Country, on lnlmmd and Fir BUM., He vrl I also receive applications for , ' 11 f INSCBAKOI. Ho will attend to the Adjustment of Loess of every -description under policies from othei agencies ana attend to too settlement ot all mat ters onuoeted with INSURANCE, for parties la. terested . His. long' experience as an tMsrsAJura Aosht,. Has f made him lam w las vrlto ail suhjecM connected w4th Inavance. . : v : ., j', pntceon Sirst Street, opp. Post O race. ECONDMrT AND SEC UR1TY jpire i iirsURidsr ce co vi xna uii s ui na,w iukk, r - '' t- - - Mo. 31 WALL St.:. CashL "Capital - - - - $500,000 profiTsTawhually6ivided ! 75 PERCENT. TO THE: DEALERS. This 0ompany divides three-quarters of the net profits to ths policy holders, in scrip, bearing interest without any liability to toe insured. -, Ksy This Company funds its surplus, instead of dividing 4t.to-the Stockholders, thereby giving its pcMicj i! oiirs greater security, ana at tae saaao UBLISLB HOBvTOOD, President, , . c o ;:: f, i 1 QK0BGB5 D. CBABT. See'v. : r. .i. ' .!t-- WASHINGTOM SMITH, Vioe-Pres't. A.LCi Hal lock. sV Son, Affeaits, . '. decl2i,1'ivj UZll ;-KVAMSVILLB. ' INCOBPO RATED 1847. HARTFORD, CONN. Capital, - . $250,000. 0. O. WAITB, 8ec-y. C. B. BOWXBS, Prea't ! . r. . 8. H. PBICK, General Agent, I'. :.i Keeiding at Chicago, Ills. CASH CAPITA It SURPLUS $337,540. This Company insures asaiust loss and damaee by t ire on Swellings and their Contents, Stores, W areheuses. Stocks of Merchandise, and all insur able property at as reasonable rates of premium as any otner eetveat ana cenaoie voupany, - - . jLOjummg tionmjawim uma paying rsete pretspuy. i Applications mads to ana Policies issued by A. O. HAL LOCK A SON., - a. 4. . Ttnt Street, opp; Post Office. " augSl-ly ' . XTAMlvuxa, Ind '- ADR ESS H ATS. Our sprint style, now ready, is ons of ths ha ad-. somest ever seen, and by a new arrangement, feet as-oomrertable to tne wearer as any son bat. Bvery other conceivable style mads to order. TJn ion-Ha t s , The neatest dressing hats for a young man.' Renfrew,, Hagreiita Hats. ' r, , - Something JTancy. .'j-So-ft.'.Hiit's Of every ooucelvable shape and color. Latest styles Gaps! Caps! Caps -All -the leading styles for spring and summer Jast reeoivsd., s-wi -. . j 'aJ,.. -t. i ' Infan t Hats & Caps. . A splendid assortment of Caney hats and caps spriug and summer styles. - j. ' , ; B oy s 'S p orti ng H a t s Of every description and price. ; ' C as s I mor e"Ha t s . i ... j i : All styles and prices. Soft Boaver Hats ror summsr wear, as light as a feather, at VAUTIEK : , & MARCONNIER'S, :r;; oj; 10 :j c- BTo. 99 Main street. - ruiiUHii 11 . . - JAMBS H. McNKELT. ' . " : . 1 . : r.i.iHAiJCB. JNOH. McMKXLT. "' '' iiBit'nii Fixsi or th .- EVAKSVILLE JOURNAL COHPANY. Jourual Buildings, Locust Sti, Mttwm First ssa WtittT. - REGULATIONS FOR 1862.:: - TSSsSr All Advertisements amounting to $3 or less must invariaSly be paid in advance to secure attention. Kii AU'sTo be jald for on delivery., Transient omust bepre-pai(L'j,: t CALENDAR FOR 1862. ; v. 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It was in this house that Lord Cornwalhs signed the articles of capitulation' to the American forces in 1781. The approaching bombardment will proba bly demolish the honse entirely. . ; ; - " - - A BEL1C : :- Waterloo mementoes pro inexhaustible. Not so with the first siege at Yorktown. In openinr new ground in the timber a day or two ago, a caucon ball was found several feet. below, the surface, wbicb was undoubt edly fired by the British at the American, forces during that siege, ; It.-waa much rest eaten, literally honey-combed ; and though originally a twelre-pound round, shot, now weighs less than eleven. It is in the pos session of Lieut. Col. F. T. Morris. " " ; ' ' SUOOTIiiO A OABIHa rox. ' 3 ' A little incident happened to-day worth relating. Ever eince our pickets have been within six hundred, yards of the enemy's works, a rebel seven-footer has shown him self tauntingly at a eafe distance from our guns, -evidently--bTaT!ng-the'fire of our sharpshooters.- All the pieces had been repeatedly levelled upon him, but without effect. To-day be came outside as usual, waving his hat, -when two balls came whiz zing toward him, but fell short. , The rebel continued his observations. Meanwhile a messenger was despatched for a certain tel escope target rine known' to be in tbe hands of a sharpshooter, and Col. Bsrdaa and one of his officers, accompaoied-by two of his men, walked out to see the result as one would go to a bear hunt.. Arrived at the point designated, the Seven-footer was still there, . when tbe owner of tbe rifle drew up at arm's length, and- the moment tbe muzzle fell so as to cover his heart the hair trigger was touched, and the taunting foe fell without a struggle. A skirmish ensued, our sharpshooters tryingto prevent the rebels from recovering the body, and it was finally left outside until nightfall. HOW-THK. .KEOK9- RIFLEMAN WAS BROUGHT v i - a- 90WN. The best work of the morning was re ducing to a state of perfect inutility in this mundane sphere a negro rifleman, who. through his skill as a marksman, has done more injury to our men than a dozen of bis white Compeers, in the labor of leducing the complement of our sharpshooters. Oar men bave- known him a long time, have kept an eye on him, bave lain in wait for him. . His habit has been to perch himself in a big tree, and, keeping himself bid be hind tbe body, annoy our men by firing upon them..: Be climbed the tree thi3 morn ing in advance of the others coming out, smuggled himself .in- his position, and was anticipating, his usual day., of quietude. Our men might bave killed him as he came out, - bat - avoided shooting, so as not to alarm the others. His tree was about twenty rods from one-of our pits. . When our men fired on tbe advancing rebel pick ets, be, of course, saw .tbe fix be was in that he was decidedly tip a tree.. " I say, big nigger," called out one of our men, you better com down Irom thereto 1 .'ItSOJ , " What for ?" returned the nigger. .1 " I want you as a prisoner."-. : v" Not as this chile knows of," replied the concealed E'hiop. . "Just as you say," replied our sharp shooter. ! . In about on hour the darkey poked his head out. Our man was on the lookout for bim; be bad bis rifle on the bead line ready pulled the trigger whiz-went the bullet, down came tbe negro.' 'He was shot through the head:- -n ; 't - - :i-.'--j-.i' 0BIB ISDIAMAB. ' I have een. many forms of human suffer ing, (only this afternoon I visited tbe hospi tal of Gen. Porter's division, ia an upper room, ia which mea were wounded with shot, shell and rifle-bullets one through the body, just above the heart,) but I bave been seldom more affected than by what I beheld this morning, not. six yards from bere I write. -A private of. the One Hundred and Fifth Fehn3vrvania his name I oweifser, rroni , .Indiana was brougrlt puiseiess, dying. :He hadT. been i very- tm prudent, bathing in the stream adjacent; to nis camp only yesterday, on;s dull, cola morning, thinking, with 'his youth and health; he might venture" anything, '"It's hard1Captain,H, he said, ai". he 'lay oh - his Tough- bed of lay, to the kind ofBcer who, with tears in his eyes,"knelt beside him, ''to htfve lb die lilt a t hid ' Whin' An.' rUghrT&f one s couatry.".. And then,' again, "it" moiner i aiea jbeiore ; xorktowtt. - Should. like to have m v bod v sent to :ber i wish, if Tf could be done, you'd promise me that'" I conlda't beir'to sea the end of it. Reader f iiappily away", frbni such scenes, think of whaia ,Jife 'a, soldier's is, and -let the name move your pity and. jespect, "jour. ujvtyuooor, ana grautaae..ji-,j j f,ijr3-j SiT- wnen uen. ijatier- tooS possession of' Baltimore, short! r "afterv the breaking but q the war,, the . New,"Orieans--journals maae merry at jus expense, and Declared be was "An . eld, colored , batbefa known as Picayune. Butlerj'.who.ormerfy'kep't a s'hbb under "the $Lr Charles Hotelih the crescent uuy. , as uaeral Butler nss in aO probftbiUty,''come toytowrtrby this time, ne. will bave A chance to crea the ears of ffbraeJoC hit revilers.-TAW; fcri World. , Hits Xotf John: WEprBey, vfrtting jrom .tvasaington jo ,ina reuaaiphia rress, makes the following; pertinent inquiries: Have you;ver-beard- a secessionist talk Hfc3jwhdid nptjsj&inLlo be a Democrat ? tiave youever beard a sympathizer with secession, talk politics who did not boast of bis Democracy f " Forney declares that the men who always tried to break down the Democratic party in its days of honor and loyalty, are now taking shelter under the name of Democracy, in order he more suc cessfully to assist the rebels in arms against tha constitution and the laws. - ; j ,.- ,. - B&ln Delaware,:partie's are dividing pn the emancipation message of the President. Judge Fisher, thepTeaent able ' representa tive of that State in Congrers, ' will proba bly be the caddidate of the emancipation party for jGoverpor, .-; : i e favorite paper with' the seces sionists of St. Louis, is the Cincinnati En quirer; iiA:iarge number of that journal is sold at our. news depots and by the news boys, and almost exclusively to r-eonle of secesh persuasion.!! : A gentleman from abroad, a day or two since, asked a newsboyifur a secession paper. " Ere' Bill, said the youneer to one of his fellows, "'Ere's a gentleman wants tbe Cin cinnati Enquirer." tried others, in eve ry instance with the same result, the bovs declaring the Enquirer the only secesh paper.' ' : ,- , . The Newsboys are sharp. They know what they sell and generally euess shrewd ly at their customers. Missouri DcmecrvU Report or Osl.Ilovey of tht tl In. diana Kcgimcnt, Battle Field. Pittsbueo Lakding. Camp First Brigade, Third Piyision, - uept. of the Mississippi April s, 1862. " Sia.--0n Sunday, the Stir inst. my reg iment," in connection with the First Brigade Of tbe TtiinlriMviBion; WaS Ordered to march from Crump's Landing, Tenn., to . tbe field of action at this place. We arrived a little after sundown, while' the musketry was still raging and the cannon- roaring, with my regiment on tbe extreme right - and in iront. Before arriving we bad been inform ed that the enemy oocupied the right of the road in force. Under direction of Colonel kSmltb, commanding tbe Brigade, skirmish ers, were thrown out, and my regiment rap- idly marched forward and formed In -line of battle before some tents supposed to be occupied by tbe enemy.' Oa being chal lenged, however, they proved to be Berge s Sharpshooters, and we were received with cheers instead of bullets. - Here tbe whole Brigade bivouacked for tbe night,' sleeping on their arm3, under one of the most severe rains of the season. ; -.J About 5i O'clock on Monday morning, the 7th inst., tha battle opened on onr left, by forces supposed to be -under the com mand of Gen. BuelL . Out Brigade was im mediately formed in line of battle, my regi ment upon the extreme left, and marched rapidly upon what I supposed to be the centre of the enemy.: J : - ; : ; ' About 6 o clock a. m., we threw out skirmishers in advance, and received the first freof the enemy.' . - From th ia point we passed through a small wooded ravine into an open field, and at donble-quick rushed rapidly forward to a slight depression, where our men were baited .- to support one of our batteries, which was playing with deadly effect upon one of the. rebel .batteries. At this point we again threw out skirmishers, who fired with terrible effect mpou the - officers and men who were manning the rebel batteries. The enemy being again driven back, our brigade was thrown in adrance of our artil lery into' a narrow Skirt of woods between two fields.' . Here - we were - baited for short time, and the shot and shell of our battery and tbe battery of tbe enemy rain ed thick and fast around and above us. Again- tbe enemy slowly retired in order, and we were, pressed rapidly through an other field, halted, threw out skirmishers, and a stubborn conflict ensued. .. About 11 o'clock a. M , three gallant offi cers of my regiment, Lieut. Col, Gerber, Capt. McGoffia and Lieut. Soulhwick, fell. ' Capt. Spicely, Capt. Bolton, .Lieut, omun, Lieut. Butler, and several non-commissioned officers And privates were wounded. ' :! Our skirmishers and battery again torced the rebel forces back, our brigade followed up rapidly into' the ' woods, ahd a terrible conflict of musketry ensued, which, con tinued several hours, the enemy contesting every inch, but retiring before us. : -'- During tbe day every company ia my regiment was deployed as skirmishers, anj did good service. They were generally under the superintendence of Capt. Spicely, who acted as Major until the fall of Lieut. Col. Gerber. From that time Capt Spicely acted as Lieut. Colonel and Adjutant Barter as Major of tbe regiment. I cannot speak too highly of their : effective services ou that occasion ; they were cool, brave and de termined, and had the full confidence of the men. Capt. Spicely, though wounded and stunned by a ball on tbe temple, continued on tbe field the whole day, and performed the full duties of a true soldier. I say with a pride I cannot conceal, that tbe 24th never faltered or gave ' back an inch from tbe first charge in the morning until the enemy gave away in the evening. In an exposed condition, in tbe open field, over hill, valley, and : woodland, for more than three miles, assailed . by every missile known to modern warfare, their march was onward, wttlr loud cheers "and full conn dence in victory p jasi ,'?'-' Ther conduct of my officers ahd men meets with my unqualified approbation. " I herewith transmit a list of the killed and wounded of toy regiment; v Permit tne through yoo, to tender to Col. Morgan L. Smith my thanks for . the cool, brave, determined, nd effective manner in which be managed bur brigade daring that glorious arid try ing day.' -,-;(.- ; I am, biv, most reipectfully, I Vvc .obedient uervant, , ; ; V ALJIH 1 HOVIT, Colonel commanding 24th Reg. I. V. '. 13 f LIent. D. C. Comma A.-'Aj, Gen. 1st Brigade, 3d division'. 5l -f : f6?A few weeks after a late marriage, the doting husband , had , some peculiar thonsrhts - when putline eri bii last clean shirt, as he saw no appeaiahee of "a wash ing." : He thereupon rose eaflier than usual one morning, and kindled a hre.- wnen banking on the kettle! be made aJioise on purpose to arouse hia easy wife. She peep ed over the blankets and "exclaimed" My dear , what are you doing? He de- liberately responded, " I've put on my lasl cleaasbu-yaud amgoing to wash one now for myself.'. i" Very well," said Mrs. Easy, yQu -hed better, wash one for me, too ! :' JVeiv Drug Mtore ! M. HALLOCK, ; , ...... . JA DRUGGIST and APOTHECARY, .. -.1 - .:.r :! ! . . "No. 10 FIRST sTKEET, Opposite .thi'-Pott. 0fp.ee' -. Has just received direct irom the Kut full as- . - .- , sortmeut oi.jfura.iS; i Drags, Medicines & Chemicals, Feffumery, Brushee,. Combs, Soaps, "' TOILET ARTICLES,' I '3 , FLAVORING EXTEACTS, SELECTED XXPKESSLY , .- ' ALSO, TAB " . , Popular Patent Medicines. ' In fact, everything that a retail Family Drug (tore ought t j keen, cau be found at Ko. 10, first 8t oppoite ths Post Ofilce, EransviUe, Indiana.. TOWNSHIP LIBRARY HOTICjiJ. As. will be kept constantly open from this date, for th. use of the citixens of liiron Township at ths Township Tiuste'e offlce (wlih Ja. T. Walker) Third street, nearly opposite the Oonrt Uu use, E.aDtviilu, Sundavs and the usual holidays ouly exuepte 1. Cflice hours from A. M. to 0 P. M. " . .,.-: t.j j, JOHN WAYstAM, fey'l-d3w' '. "'.".. . Township Trnsies. Oliio Ryo Cofleo. WVUHV Jit I V GOtSU TO sve. J3L-J TON'ii now to get seme. of Uit jaatly cele lrat 1 Ohio Rye Coffee, which'has juit arrived per s tee mar Lancaite Mos. 4' ' : Also received per railroad, 3 bushel tf Indiana growth of Bye Colfae, whiuh coe off like hot cakes et extremely low prices for cash, aud cash only, at : .A .... RTJSTON'S ;-.V fcbf , Feed Store, Water street 4 fllEJJP CO MR II JJVIt BUtfJlM. S t rounds good Bio Coffee tir ooe dollar at yickery Bros. . - lO pounds good brown sugar for one dollar. . .; pounds white .-.. . At Viskery Bros. ; . . . .WANTED TO EXCHANGE. A Fairhsuks " connter sca'e for a platform ,calr. One of WOO to 100 ponods diaUfrKt prrfarred. , . - ,:. VIOKEBY BBOS. . aprlO ... No. 82 Main rf-itl,& 400 kt-gs nai , all sizes, at Ueor6e w w losttr X tM.B. SKAHLKS3 BAGS. 4,050 si am lees Geo, Foster Co. 's. - bags at POTATUfct. 3,000 bnshols (Neshanoe and Pink lye)', at George Fostr A Co 's. CKHBST AND LIMK 50 bbls fresh hydraulio ement ; CO bbls fresh white lime. GEO. FOSTER CO., mar 28 Comer Locust and Canal. joes taw, . m. a. AHTnaa,tl4otary f abiic LAW & A NTH E S, ,: .ATTOllNEVS AT 1AW, ' .h,XKUAL C0LLK0TION AND KkiiL ESTATE ', "', ' AGENTS.. 7ri'-e No. ST- Main street, opposite the Cou r Hosw, Kvaasville. Indiana. uaylS-dAwly , :KeV We have ust opened a large stocK of Bonne t and Trimming Bibbons, French Flowers, Bosss, Plumss, Buehea, and Millinery Goods generally. SCHAPKEK A BUSSING, not30 ! '.' ' - - . 49 Main 8t mflitiitterf rOO(I$ .7: : - V AT MRS. HASTINGS, e " Main Street, between First and Second. .At Kpriug Stock of Millinery . Goods, consisting, c-f Bonnets, Bibbons, Fancy Goods, Ac, which wejfe bought at very low figures, and will he sold for cash only, at prices to suit the times. The attention of the ladies is called to this stock, which is ths largest and bvt selected ever brunch t to ihi market. api-3ind.: MBS. J. HASTINGS. PAY NOTICE. rwMtK VJriKHSttJvito, vrisn- Jl . ittc to close the company business of B. NUKKK A CO.. (Nurre A Brummelhaas) requests all those ind -bted to them to py their accounts and notrs at once, ia irdi r to save Cost, -if not pu t by the first of Uay, they will be left with a iustie. for ooll-ction. . mar8-tiW!- NUBBB A BEUMMELHACS.i 11 best quality for sale low by not8 .... -i : 8. B. GILBFJKT A CO. CtOCttUi JVVT01 cask, new crop, just re ' ceived audiorealeby H. E. GILBKBT A CO., dec27 No. 4 Sycamore strret. SWlft. It t urtm M.W kegs, for sale MM, by mhlOj H. E. GILBERT A CO. "SCHLAEPFEH'S." JTB118T BLUM IJVB, fO It SLK MJm. at Hchlsep&r'e New D.ug etore. - SOD A Ash and Potash, for .ale at Bchleepfer's New Drug Store.' COSBAli'S Bug Poison. The lett bug destroy or in the world, for ea'.e at II. J. fchlarptcr's New lrug Store. JUST received. Acother snpp'y cf tbe geauiue Peruvian Syrup, at Schia-pfcr's New Imig dtcre. mar31 . i ts ji c o v uj.ns shoulders at low prices, at de.2S V1CKKKY FBOH. RAWSON. TODD & CO.. WHOLESALE GROuERS, - Louisville Ky. a,800 bags itioCofleu, strictly good to prime, at low prices. . Thirty casiS Gones Bancho" Licorice in ftote, and for eal by th ab.re firm. , . lux.ris-'iHr ItOXtJV JVM w' fUKMU f . KGGS.jutt received nt teb6 VICKEBY IIB-J'S, No. 82 Main Mrwl. f I' ia o trails, nw crop ani ver v sua jott received and tor sale bv .. dec2o . b. E. GILBERT A CO. . f.ISCELLANEOGb J. W. HEXSEr., rST yn ym t . - OFFICE: IN MARBLE HA. EVAKSVILLE, ISO., WH .VO W fHSfJiUKl TV TJtt fl At Bisks and- isaae Potlcirs; to several of the old er! and most reliable Insurance Cominnias of tie United State. 8T0RE3, STOCKS, DWELLINGS. MILLS AN1 MAM0FAOTOBIK3. Insured a" tit most favorable rates., MAB1SX AND IJJT.etiD IS ATTOATION Riakt taken on FLAT-BOAIiJ, BABQE3, STEAMBOATS sad their CARK)F3. " Also, appUcatioas,, received . for LIFE IH31 BANCS. : , t .. , , Combined Capital Eepresent. ed, over $5,000,000. sWOffloe. Marble Hall Buildtns. No. W Main mi. K T'.rr.T-' -c? CA21E' ASSErSAN UA Y 1ST, 18S2, i fit (una bos un ' Losses : Paid,1 1 Upward of ;14?ooo,ooo. ' Ths great publla seryloe, promptness anl rella bility of this well-tried and stnrlins; Company, r oomuend It topreferenco with those needing In surance. -,; 1 , AjjUuiuraace scUdted and Poticim Issue I f. J. W. NEXEN, Agant, fal6: - ' Marbls Hall Building, No. 9 Main . PREPARE IN TIME AfJaHJST ' NST THEFIRES OF FALL PRIME A MO. I IKSURA.NCK -" ' - ' IN TBK rnffiNix is. cony " - - : .OF' HARTFORD, CONN. TJae , Fruits "of the Phoonix . Are manifest in the tollowipg statement of PACTS AND FIGURES! Showing the amount eqaalixed to public benefit, in the slmpe.of losses paid -in the West and Sooth, during ths pant foui years a line of valuable ser vice, honorable a weir as commendable, and whicr should suggest - :, .-.THE--" To every man who desires to bestow his insarauo- patronage upon a WELL TRIED CORPORATION. $40,277 45., 27,622 4 s 89,174 M, 82,870 08. 84,220 13...... 19,323 34. 8.6S3 10.. ...,....01110........ ..;..INDIANA.... ..ILLIN0IS.., .. M I CH 1 G A N .. , WlSCONalN IOWA .....illNNEhsOTA.. 840,377 4S 27,622 Ui ..... 68,174 58 .... 32,870 08 84,220 13 ..... 19,323 St 8,663 I .... 1,167 00 .... 9,765 00 84,064 Si .... 4.1,054 . .... 20,832 W .... 27 698 83 ,'I,1T 0O 9,7600 . 84,064 36.. 43.0M 90 ao,832 65.. 27,t8 83.. 22,838 43.. 8,W,1B8.. , 656 66... ...NEBRASKA ........ KAN8A8.... ......kentucky .. tennessee-...., mississitpi ..,missoubi AKiANSAS..M... TJCXA8 .....ALABAMA j . 8,l 8...ww TJCXA8 .. 3,961 S8 665 65 Ih Ui oqwilablm orfj m i, mw prompt Cath re. U Josess, th PI OS 'IX taudt pre-tninmllt at th hd of if prof, CUf mHU Hi txtttuive, prao. Heal, and Irtt-elat 6n.c tytttm of local agencxe, is not aeotUod by any mimilar corporation in the world. Insurancies solicited, aud policies ignned aud re oewed in this leading Corp ration, at fair rates bj J. W. aKXSEiN, Eesident Agent, Orrtcs: Marble Hall Buildiug, slain street. tTIO TTOJV BJ TTIJYG10O bales for eal by S. E. GILBKBT A CO., No. 4 Sycamare street. ocl'i M U OJIl H I BUOOMStK select lot of "Union Yillage," Shaker and other Broeoii from IS to 20o. VICKERY BUUi. tbSHJHlt BIT At 60 bushels lor sale 8. K. GILBEUT in auy A CO, quantity by Janll m M-tJYl BBJJ"IUS ton rich couutrv MM Jhran, at H. A. COOKd. 73n8 Main street. ARTILLERY & CAVALRY EQUIP- MEATS. IA f f setts (nardware and trees complete) jM9J for artillery harness; 2,000 setts (do.) for Cavalry kqufpaients, and - increased to any amount at short notice ; 1,000 yds. 6" in. dble thread enameled duck; 1,000 do. 6-4 enameled orill; 8,000 do. 6-4 enameled muslin; ; 100 hides enameled leather; 200 do. patent dash leather; . 40 doa. hog-akin seating; Regulation and McLellan spurs, swordhelt trim mings and straps, together with a full aesortmen of goods la my line of business, for cash st low prices. " CHABLS3 BAB(H)CK, " nov8 . ' r Water st. jgvoAL, ujvj vuttBOJr ttti. 10 bbu l received per steamers Prairie Rose and Leb anon, the clearest and nicest yet received, for sa1 low by bbl or gallon, at JauiM YICKSBY BROS. 50 CEJSri MJIVH fUAt AjJAHOM new Beef Tongues, at dec28 VICAK11Y BROS., 82 Main st. Agency for Soldier8 Claims. tpt ' w. .ncHUlutt Jtytt ji. t. WJvr WHITTLES V procure Invalid Pensions, bounty Money, Arrears of Pay, and Land War rants, under tho several acts of Congress , Fees moderate, and no part of their obsrges ool Uoted till the claim is secured. Office on the north side of Third Street, between Main and Lociut, Evnnsville, Indiana. feblft McBIttDB A WHITTLK8E -wrmUCMSKIJV taUJyrTIJBT8 20 dosen i ust recei ved at - SCHAFKZB A BUeSIKG'S, AorSH . ' . , f- r No. 40 Main street. :t f . 80S boxes uerman ana r-aim, tor sale vow by- - - ' - B. a uiusi.ui t lu. mhlO . . ;. ' ' r" I JOZUJ' Coal Oil Chimnies, assorted 3 vf sices, ccmprinng some new kinds not yet offered the public in this plaoe, just reoeived per steamer LaacusUr, aud for sals at ' . , 1. YICKIBTBB08., febU - No. 82 Main Street. rmitMMBtS. JCkics, Butter, and lota ot other M. nice things, can be had at dec7 VICKKRY'ti. fWtEe. Imperial, Young Hyson, Gunpow JL der and Oolong Teas,' at from 45c. to tl 00 per lU.at , . VICE. KEY BROS., No. 82 Main St. Of I'OffMBXU Soxes, JCA gross eaca, for sale by ccU. 8. S. GILBERT ACO.es No. 82 Main Street. sept) OUMIjBBBM-B m . Besardleee of 1 v Am.riea must rl ie, and as (l.l U W 111. .wuuq . ,, went, the first received in too ey UIUHI A,. A. .WM. .. ., 1 1, 4 rvintr , - in rHe 111 (11 assort. ii'dosen Willow Cabs without covers ; I Z do do nriupMrithcoversi " -1.raron.urtB. do la?llZ B.A.000XS. At Fittsbur&li Coal.