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a- YQLUMBiXlV. BUSINESS CARDS. a. rush's ; con Lectio n erV Removed io Seeond Street, near Main. MJBJB.O WHO AI r COJVfBC M. Uooery lo the above aamed p lac, and ia addi tion to t oW bnslntos hsjv also opened a ' . . FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, Aod promise to raj old and new patrons, that who r nay Hts m an orxier-for Cakes -aod Contra. ttoneries, J- wilr ferntsh-eheov-ra ancH- a atyl as wold be oredttableat the White Uotua." . - ....... . , -----a. BOTH. fcblSdgm . Baoosd Street, near Main. C. SCHMITT & STARK. Wholesale and Retail Daelers In French. Bnsrlish & American APaMNGINGS, hades and Fixtures, Curtain Good, Gilt Oor toes, Certain Pins and Parfsr Mirrors. -No. 3 and ririt street, K-rmnirrille, Indiana. ' prl9ly T ames Otoolo, (t DooaasoB t trsBLi a EtniKEL.) M ST., BET. CHESTHUT 4 CHERRY, EVAK3VII.LE, iftpiAHA. ASH, DOQKS, WINDOW BLINDS, nammmxa j.v.hbpim, Boards, Laths, stc, ef every description eonatast y en baad. Faokinc Bozaa of ail klnda made to irdor. Sawing o( everj kind dona on tha ahorteat notica. . . aprt8iy NATIONAL HOTEL, Corner. Main and Fourth Sts., Louisville. Ky. T. A. HARROW PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER DAT. , ofCi.tr PHILIP DBOKKfi, Bnooeaaor to Decker . Kramer). MANUFACTURER . OF LARD SOAP AND CASOLXS, OIL, Also an extra article of IHJVIJr, MJYiJYH, CAM mil,. x lVeelera In Boein, Soda. Aahee, aVx Alao PURE CATAWBA WINE, our ewo rawina-. In quantitixa to .nit purcbaeera, ft 6 jmmtm trttti. Hr$ W fit, ' ATVANSVILLK, IHD. arianni eaah, or !0 day.' paper negotiable in aank. JanlO-ly ' JAMES T. WALKER, J US TIC!! Of TM B Pit A Cf ARB 1 GUiXBAL COX.LECTIHQ AGIX , JSeantPilU, ndiana. tolfice oa Third treat, between Main antl Ira ere atre.ta. H UN NELL'S , Floorlns , HX1 1 1 Fa, ooHirxs o s' STSEET AND THE CANAL. SVAXSriLLB, IND. rwini jvjiu . JiaTjaLisMjtttiJr M la now in fall operation, with new and oom. Diet Machinery of the lateat style, for Planing nod Sraeelng Lam tier, Planing and wrooTlog Flooring making Door and Baah Hoaldlng, Window iltinda, aad very ether description f work dona in euoh Mtaanahmenu. - - - - Ail work at these Mill warranted ta be well dose, and -m iU be oftared at the lowest eaah prkca. Dry FopUr Tioorlng and Weatherooarding eon ataMly oa hand, and will be sold & cash. , Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. alHUag atwi ail kinds of Sawing dona to order, an - ta tha aaoat approTed style. . y wm. nTrsinctii. t ., - WBOIHALI DULII II , v GROCERIES & LIQUORS, . . Nstas Wattrirititreet, ap8-ly KTAMITILLE.IHD. t GREAT BARGAINS I 1 ! Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Gaps, &o. . JOHN J. MERRITT, Succeitor to . , . 'JSJTaguess&:C69 37o. IO JJ'iX'm-t Ot., eiler great indncententa to Jtk.XAiU Oash due torn era In tha ..lection from their 1 Large, Mew, and Elegant Stock o rashioDaUe- Dry (Uods, Boots, Shoea, Hatt and Cape,: -,!: ; ' , v . AT WHOLESALE PRICES I . LISEAa.... HOSIERY WHITE QOODS, and -DOMESTICS OCerad at pmr ctal f ew than heretofore re- sailed at in the city. ' - AU are tavitod to come and compare a&litr aad prio. with any other house in the .it jr. J. 8. JAQCE88 CO., apXl-Iyd-c!2t 1 ; No. IS Tint street. Jets aatc, ... . av n. aarVasNotary Pnblio L A W tSt N T H E S , ATTOll.VKrs ATX. AW, " ' 3KMXBAL COLLECTION AMD BEAL ESTATE - O . T; 5 AGENTS. : : ' 1 ufflob ' LSW. 8T Bfsin street -epporHe thr Con r ' HtKue. Evaaeellle. Indiana. -' mar4A-wlr W iBB A-, MttttKti, JPliUJUiSr eV. JL We have just opened a large stoeK of Bonne t and Trimming Bibbona, French flowers, Boses, PlamM,J&nshss,and Millinery. Good, generally. ii 1 U 1 SCHAPKEB M B0S8IKQ, nor) ' " 4 Main St &XJ?XX& Dtoolt mllilliiicrti Gool AT UBS. HASTINGS, t , . ' MoiA Strtt, bttwten Firtt and Second. . -jr tufji j car mvcjursu .hv M. Spring Stock of Mlllin.ry OMode, ooaiistiag' t-f Bonnets, Bibbona, Fancy . O Axis, A -, which wrs bought at very low figures, and. will, be sold tbr cash only, at prices to salt tha times. . i Tha attention of the ladles ia aalled to 'iCts4 Mock, which at tha largest and bat selected eji-r brought to Lhll Bvaxket. : -- apre-Smd M BS. X. HASTIS03,. ; . gmMMf BJICMMJV& T IVUS'Ii 1 .0OQ.1 .jata: bast QaUty tor sale law by ' - ' .r . nor - ' 8. B. OtLBZBT rOOUU ATIBCOJI JVPi ml oask, new crop, Inst re' -1 l.oel4. tod for sals by , : i . r-tA a mtnttf ri I - S. E. GILBERT & CO., dectT Ko. 4 Sycamore street.: ' It iflJt JOWJJJ3M.rl0t) kegs, far tale by nthM . m. uu. 'ISCHLAEPFER'S." W9Mmr ow MJLirir jjvm, om mjiva MM a Sohlaeplir'a ATew thng btore, ' SODA Ash aai Potash, for sals at 8chlcspfr' Kew Drag Store. " 4, OOXBAD'S Bag Poisoa. the best bag destroy ec ru the world, for sale at H. J. Oehlarpfcr's Mew Drag fttora. .- , - rft.HT reoetres. Another ennply of the genuine ' Perurtau Syrup, at Sehie-pfsr's jfr Drug Store. ' "aarl -i CJolToe. i "jmr a if v tiotsa 90 mbb. 10i'8 new to est sotne of thtt Instlv brated Ohio ByaOoffee, which hasjoet arrived per steeia er Lancaster Ko. 4. . Ahpa raaelreel per railroad, M bushels of Indiana growth of By OofTeo, whlefa goa of like he eakes ' aC extremely low pricee for oash, and eaah only, at , , .-, , . - ' - - BDuTOM'S ' ftbi Tead Store, Water street w. I. I.ltriTT (Notary Pubttr.) S. B.- Hormbboos; LEAY1TT & HORNBROOK,! ...... BTAWSVtLLB, IMO. Collection and Beal aetata Aswota. WUl atUnd alae so cc) letting Soldiers' and Oorernraenl claims of avery deserlpUon. OtSoe an, T4r4 BV1. h1- K aia and flreaaiera. .' asBrtS,-. ,...,.r,:..f. ' '. . :i f i fresh Xggs for V MBts. and peunda shots WT tor earler, at TKUII BaWS, MISCELLANEOUS. .2 Slight Cola, Which, might he bTudked with a' sirnpla '-remedy. ij ne gloated, often terminates seriously, t ew are aware of the importance of. stopping- a. rfZaJLUh. or sfLLh fold. in its first stage ; that which1 l. T " . . .... tn, uva oegmnmg vxnua yieia to a mild remedy, if not attended to, sconi attaorcs the luners. were first introduced eleven years ago. It has been proved that they are the bast article before the public for McuuafLa.. clxLa. SLtorLthilLs.. jliS-tTunxLj fgcttcuLth., the Hacking (Jough in AarLS-U-rrLfiiLarL, and numerous affections of the J&hfcjaii giving immediate relief. JPublic Speakers SC Singers : will find them effectual for clearing and strengthening the voice. Sold by all (Druggists and 0ealers m Jdedicme, at 25 cents per box. Sold in EransTiHe by feb KE LIVER t WHITE. BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, i -1 1 1 xiysoTb'tsio,. Liver Coaplaink Fever & Ague, &c Tbi successful introdoctlon and nse of this cele brated Bemad has been the stomal for a Utoral ftwul of oom pounds called, Bitters," offered in rarions forms, irom a quart bottle to a 11 re-gallon keg, un til thia word " Bitters " is but another name for I - greg," or some niialnons whisky mixture. - I. But the really Kreat relief derived from tha min ote dose, one teaspoonfal, of oar medicine. TJcerhave's 1 Holland ' Bitters. OSMi tht ewtirsataeaee of after vmtratio. has eatah. lisnea jor it a repntatioa which the host of tmita- tionaana eoantanetts cava tailed to nndermino this pesiureiy regstaoie preparation, with barely tuftl- wu. huiviw w uu..t we it. - - Butonesiceof the eeanine fHalf-Plns Bottle.. price Oh a Dollab. It is a medicine of long tried efficacy for Purify ing th Xlcod, so essential far the foundation of good "health and for correcting disorders of' the taaach and bowels. ; Two or three dwes will couTinee th ffl irfni of its salntsry effects.- The stomach will speedily -regain Its strength, a healthy action of thelirer, bowels, nd kjdneya til soon taka place, e4 reneired wise u. 4nce: -reenK.:' " " ; j- i Jor- J.JVU ltlUBTl OJV, Try . i Bcerhave's Holland Bittera Jtr MIUI KTMUUJV. t ry Bc&rhave's Holland Bitters. ..' . JiVlltlTjr, Try . ; j.. Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Bo3rhave,s Holland Bitters. r- a " IU VMJH, .Try : Boor have's Holland -Bitters. BoBrhave's Holland iBittors. rBriuttr tnrti on, Try ; - Boerhava's' Holland Bitters. . Jfor'J'MMJSS, Try Bcerhave's Holland JJitters. -a. all Merroos; Bhanmsticand MaraJglc Affeo ' tlons, it has in numerous ii.saucee Droved hinhlv beneOqial, and In ethers efl..i tel a dtioided ctrre. : i ;! i i' :' ' Head Careful ty t. i ":; : " 1 Be genuine, bighlyonueb t rated. BctTE are's Hol land Bitters is Dut nn in hlf nint bottlaa mil. and retailed a Oqo- Dollar pet btiila4 The great de mand for this-troly cetehrttetr-'medfeine-'has Induc ed many imitations, which thopuHio should Board against pnrehamag. !. ..- j. . , Vctcare tw.po.rtoa Ses lial our nanr4 lh r label o 9frjf botd pou buy. ; Bcajamiit Page; lJr.,& Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS ! i-lTT(iBUBGU. PA.. . - f i KELLER &WHITE, A GENTS, Evamville, 2nd. GUSTAVUS HOP, Wholesa'e Dealer in CAP,! LETTEB, MANILLA, WRAPPING PAPERS Printers Cut Cards, Bonnet Boards, ziswe aN0 sous, raraa, raiHTsas ink, au., i . Ko. M 8 Main Street, between 6th and 7th streets, Highest prioe paid for rags. mh20-ly2tawdlamw Olioloo FRUIT TREES, mMuvjjajBJYTJM, aumvnti. Evergreens. Roses, &c., &c. tULIKAItU AM) UH DALJC AT TUS COLUMBUS K-r tt n m jez. szr . BT BATEHAH, HANFORD & CO.. COLUMBUS, Oil 110. Orders received by C. BBOUGHTON, sole feb3-dw4m Agent SotMers9 Claims I BFN. STINS0N AND JOHN TENNIS, KTiMBVlLLK, I.NU., Procure INVALID PENSIONS, BOUNTY MOS EY, AKRKAKS OF PAT. l and Warrauts, and other Government promises, lor claimants justly entitled. Oo charges nutil rlai;esara aecured. , Orric; On Third Street, uuax Main. ".. j:WTTOT.T-SAT.TV AWTi TI-PTATt.: -'scli A PK E Ri Li nBlisSIN tl' S, J : JSO; wOrMAIR bTKKET. - ' T1'B nj jrj'o w Jk'ipji rob 'WW sleek f trimmedati4 nBtrimuted-Boanets, Bats, Flowers, Bu-taes, KiiJx)as,,'KpJ.,' Ac, and constantly receiving c------ ' Having a sKtllfol trimmer angsgector the sea son, wo a 111 trim Bonnets atd Hats at short no- tiae... . iw ... . JsCHAPB.EB BUSSING, -ap2 . . No. 49 Main st reet. 3. y 4 founds good. Jtio. CofToe fyr one. dolls r at ickerv Bros. 10 pounds good brown sugar for one dollar. '- 8 ponnds white ' At Tiekery Bros. WAXTED TO EXCHANGE. A Fairbanks " eonnter seale for a platform scale. One of SUM to 1,000 ponnds d i aught preferred. V10KERT BBOS.V. aprlO No. Ut Mai-j Stree. JJZ.AJ. 400 kegsnal.s, all eises, at George Foster A Co.'e. 6EAMLE93 BAGS. 4,030 stainless bsgs, at Geo. Foster Co.'s. POTATOES. 3,000 bushels (esliauoe and fink Eye), at George Foster A So 's. CEMENT AND LIME. 50 bbls fresh hydrsuiio em.nt ; 60 bbls fresh white lime. ; --; GEO. FOSTER CO.i marSS Comer Loons t and Canal. TOWNSHIP LIBRARY NOTICE rjrfiin to wjveaiP x maj t i M. will be kept constantly open from this oate, for the nee of the citizens of Pieooa Township at the Township Trustee's efflce (a-iih Ja..T. Walker) Third street, nearly opposite the Court House Eaansviila, Sundavs and tbe usual holidays only excepiei. (jfnee hours from 0 A. fix to o r. el. JOHN WAYMAN.U ay2SSw- r To wnebip Trustee. - . I' 9lClt ;-r6d .tbla be.t quality, for sale by- ---m W. V . s. K. GILBERT A CO?" ; w 'Molaeseawfrora Hta linnlh ln.i nnl.i d and tot aale by the hatrel. haU barrel, at retail, by u utrUm BE1LLT CO., 47 Main St, . ;EYANSYIIJ;mD.ATUR DAKlIORNING, MAY 10, 1 862.:: fi 'Kates of jAdfertisiBgei: St' loav I 60 - 7S 1O01 I 2 1 60) 1 T5 iDay. TS 115 J60 1 ltO aao890 I Day . 00 ( 1 60 f 1 T5 f - i!5 j 71 3 2S I Days'.' t 1 26 1 90 S 60 j 3 IS I 1 f7o J 4 15 Dan. t -1 90 1H a so i a 6oi 4'20 I 4 90 1 6o a 76 f 4 oo I 6 25 76 6 frd 7 50 f 8 75 We,ii 3 00 .4 60 I, 00i i7-d 00 J 10 60 I Mo. f 4 00 00 I 8 OO 10 00 ( 12 O0 ( 14 fif Sft : 00 8 76 60 U 76 lb 00 IS 76 SAfe's. T 60 11 85 1 16 00 IS 76 22 60 45 '. , 8 60 J 12 7 tH 00 t 21 U.(J 60 29 75 A Afo's. 10 00 ( It 00 40 OO 26 00 SO OQ 34 hO i Ao'a. 13 01) 19 60 ( 26 00 3g 60 8 00 45 68 2 Uo'i 1 16 00 22 60 SO 06 87 60 46 00 62 60 A6TerUllas4Bthe'Weehlv. Oao square, one iBberticm..;......'......! 00 f - t wj t ,, 1 50 . ;. h : ". toroe ' . 3 00 For eheh subsequent Insertion, and "fo - eaca . lnssruoa oi eaca additional AdtertisementT Trablished in both th Daily and .the Weekly Jocrsal will be charred the fall Daily rates, with one Jialf tae YVeesiy rates. added. ... . i . Basmesa notices published ia the local columns, will be charged for each insertion ten cents per line. : j .,. : CLargea wal rbe made, for Insertin?: the notices bCCiS: 'folio wing Orders, Societies and Associations at the rates named, to be pam in advance. -. .-; : .. - : Military -Companies, Order of Odd Fel lowar Masonic Orders, Benevolent Societies and binemer BocieUes roreacn notice not exceeding 8 lines 25 cents for each insertion; over eight lines at tais rate. ; , - Announcicr deaths with funeral notice attached, $1 ; without notice, free. - m Marriage notices 50 cents, v " " Notices of Festivals. Picnics and Excur sions, gotten up by. individuals 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 bsual rates. . ' "Advertisements making less than three lines, inserted, once in the Daily, will be charged ntty cents. - ------ Yearly advertisers to pay quarterly. Announcing candidates of every descrip tion to be charged at the rate of $1 50 for each name in the Daily, and $2 in the Daily and Weekly, the same to be, in all cases, paid in advance. r : JK v ANSVILIjjS JOURNAL. CO. LAMPS ! LAMPS I WW with tha celebrated Bosencrnnx Coal Oil Burners, requiring only a chimney from two to four inches long, and no danger of explosion. Also, a fine assortment of Chandeliers and various other hanging lamps, suitable for publio and private halls, churches, stores, Ac , Ac. Al.o, a good as sortment tf kitchen and parlor Lamp., all of which we propose to sell fully 25 per cent, lew.f thaa beretofore. ' - TO DEALERS. - we would say that we are prepared to duplicate lis of lamps boneht in Cincinnati or elsewhere. We get our founts, pairs, cases, burners. Ac. c. diret irom the manufacturers in Connecticut and elsewhere, and put them, up here; we are therefore enacted to warrant every lamp perloc', beside saving breakage, freight, Ac, Ac. m be altered to burn Coal Oil at a small expense and those who have broken lamps can have their burners put oo new ones or now louts put to old marble coaes, by leaving them at mhl7 V1CKEHY BBOS, Ko. 82 Main et. Wnen strangers see crowds passing to and fro, .r ' They ask what does all this hurrying mean ? Why they're going to that popular store ' Of Schapker A Bussing's for new goods to see. They are always tbe first of the season - To supply their eoatomem with goons strong and fine, . And to buy goods hi prices in reason, Go to the store, on Main street, number forty nine. . V ', ,' . If our enstomers will but notice this, We will give them a few items and a price list. Our Pruiiaat twelve and 'half cents cau't be beat The colors perfectly fast, and styles viy neat ; . Be Lainoa and Challies of every kind,': At all prices, to suit the most tasty mintle, Bleech'd and 'nnbleaeh'd Muslins at twelve asl 'hair, . :. : " (Yho'd grumble at that would grumble at being hang'd. ,' . . Alesnnder Kid Gloves for one deH' sell, But Bilk, Lisle Thread, and Uotton Glove. w keep - as well. Our stook of Hooatery is new complete, With shoes that make the feet look so very neat ; In short, te flod a Drv Goods stock complete. Go to SehapkarA Bussing's, foray.uipe Main street STOVilS, CASTINGS, AND V' TINWARE. ' tHtLji ll.JH l jy U MM TjtMM4 COOD CH ANCE FOR BARCAINS. ' Til undersigned have a large and complete at sortmeut of the -above articles of tha latest styles and the most durable quality, which they effer on the most reasonable terms. Thev manufacture all kinds of COCKING AND. HEATING STOVES, Grates, xiulluw Wars. CaelingK acd tha best of Tinware. lha times are hard, and ws design to sell cheap ia pro portion. .Every article is insured to be of the beet quality. : , . B member the place on Main street, opposite) the Court Ho nee. : jan21 : - ; , BBINKMETEB A CO. : ; S25 Xl.oXrErjaarcaL.- QttMVBBBHV TUMBtTMS . B JS -3 WABK The above reward wilt be paid for ucb Information as will lead to tbe deucuoD and conviction of the person or persons who have been guilty of sneaking into yards and garuena ia the night time, aad carrying off rose buehee and other shrobbery, W. BAKEK, Mayor. Maor's t fflce, Eracsrille, April 29th, 1862. apr30-2wd ; Notice of Application for license- mi v that we will apply to tha Beard of County Oommisssohers of Vanderburgh county, at their, next term, commencing on tbe first Monday "in June, 1862, fur license to sail Intoxicating liquors in a leas quantity thaa a quart, for the term of one year. -. .. :. ." ' ' ' ' Our place of business is on Water street, Lot No. 4, Old Plan of tbe City of Kvanaville. - ap6-d3w -- ' H. 8CHAFFEB dc CO. JTXTBJL bCtiJM CVMJgJf MJJatt. JBJJ 3,600 exara scgarcurel Hams, just received. BAQON.-5001bs Choice Lean Bie Vfaat Bacen, Jnst received. ,- . ; , .. ' BBIEI BEEF-4.090 lbs chotoe "canvassed dried Beef ; 1.600 lbe nnoanvaesed do, just revived. SUOLLDEKS, i hhdsextra sugar cured ShouU ders, lost reoaised.. ... CABBA K.200 choice heads Cabbage. : PABo pusheU choice Parsnips.' . L6C0 aaoks cboico fine table Salt. 500 boxes extra fine table Salt. ;100 reams assorted sixes wrapping paper. ,. BKAM.faO sacks rich country Bran. FAMILY JLOUB. S3 bbis choice family Vlonr. . .s ; . . . BOAST BTEAKD BABLET. 1,000 lbs prima roaae d Bye and Barley reatly for use. wB lOBta. w onis prrcaa unions, at mhS H.A. COOKS. w iUCAT FLODB in aay auantiaies So ant t tbe Uada, fresh and good, at . . . ViOhlSHY'S.. u Si 7T 10J kegs best KewoaMte. eclt S. K. QILBEBT A OO.' ' .4,HWUM tOL,UHMSH.- bbls. Sor A3 ghnm Molaass-i, far superior to the last, jnst received and tor sals at J. . i . i . . irrnrvnT nnAa VICKEttT BBOS.. SOT Ko. 83 Main st. i PUH.UBBS. ar :. JAMES H. MoNEELY. , t. M. THAT KB. " ; ;' ,. v .1 , ... . r.JSQ, a MaSEKLT. OMDEB, THE fUX Of IHB EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY. Journal Buildings, Locust St., 1 saaj Jir mm VTmttr. REGULATIONS" "FOil 1862. H-S All Advertisements amounting to $3 or less must invariably be paid in advance to secure attention. . ' All Job "Work must be paid for ; on delivery. Transient Work must be pre-paid. CALENDAR FOR 1862, 1 8 3 -41 , (. lino 6 6 7 8 10 111 -'0 7 8 9 10 11 1 3 12 13 14 15 16-17 IS S1 ia 14 15 16 17 18 1 lj) 21 tt IZiU 25, p 20 21;22 39124 26 26 ' 20 27 38 29 3031 :J J'27 28 89 30131 M . ... ... 1 ..A... 1 8 2 3 4 6 6 7 8) i1 1-4 8 t 5 9 10 11 12 IS 14 15h If 11 13 18 14 15 li U, l'l7 18 19 20r21 22: "Z 17 18 19 2 21 22 23 23 24 25 26 27; 28 I 34 26 26 27 28 2M 30 ... ... .... . l ,31 . : 2 3 4 6 6 7. 8 , . 1 2 3 4 5 6 pi 10 11 12 13 14115 7 8 9 10 11 '12 13 -q 16 17 18 19 20 21122 . M 1415 16 17 18 19 20 8 23 24 35 16 27 28j2w , " 2l22 2 24 25 26 27 HI 31 ... . ...'.' j 28;29 3(1 .;. ... .i . ' 1 1 3 4 5 j ... , 12 3 4 3 6 7 8 wf 10 ll 12- ! 1 6f 6 7 91011- g 1 14 15 1617 18jl9 g 12jl3 14 16 16 17 W S 120 21 22 23 24 25it& j O 19 20 21 22 23 24 i5 -J 27 28 29 30 ... 26 27 28 23 : 31 1 8 8 " . ... ; ... ... 1" ' 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 I . 2 8 4 7 t- 11 12 IS 14 15 16:17 i lo 1112 1SI14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 g if, iv igjio aoiZl 22 a 25 26 27 38j29 30J31. 55 , 23 24 25 26 27 2s 29 . "ii iit's-?" "i U .... T'i 'a s g 8 10 Iljl2 13 14 to 7 8 10 llt!2 13 15 16 17 1819 20 21 1 14 16 16 17 18;19 20 22 23 24 25426 27 2s, j 21 82 '83 24 26,26 27 V ...I. ..I ' ' m 29:l 31 ...I THE! IRISH. PICKET. Bit " BiBKBy." I'm shtanding in the mn'l Biddy, WUh not a spalpe'-i ne.r. - And silence, spalrhltss as the grave, ; ' Is all the aeund 1 hear. - Me goon Is at a showlder arms, I'm wetted to the bono, And when I'm aftber sbpakin out. I find meself alone. This Southern climate's quare, Biddy, A quare and bastely thing, . Wid winter absent all the year, And summer in the spring. Te mind the hot plaoe dawn below," And may ye alver fear I'd dtbraw comparisons hut then It's awinl warrtun here, ' .'. Tbe only moon. I see, Biddy; . . Is one small star, asthsrr, And that's forsoint the Tory cloud. It was behind before ; . . Thi watch fires gleam along the hill That's sweliia' to the South, ' ' And when tbe sentry passes them - I see hi oogly mouth. " It's dead for alape I am Biddy, Anddramein .wate I'd be, If them oald rebela ever there Would only lava me free ; : - But wben I lane against a stbump . .- And sthrive to get repose, A musket ball be'scomia sthraight - To hit my spacious nose. It's ys I'd like to see, Biddy, . . A shparkin here wid me, ".' ' " And then, aTournten, hear ye lay,' " . ''Acushla Pat machree!" . Ob, Biddy, darlint," then says I," Says yen, " get out of that ;" fa-. I, ' me arrum mites your wsitt," Says you, "be Saycent, PBt.."; ;. And how's the pigs aud ducks, Biddy ? It's them I think of, sure, That looktd so inuocenf aud shwate Upon the parlor flute ; I'm shure yer're aisy with the pig That's fat as he can be, And fade him wid tbe best, because I'm towld hi 1 ioks like me. .Whin looms homo again, Biddy, '" A saigent tiied and thrue, ' It's joost a daycent house I'll build Aod rint U chape to you. We'll have a parlor, bed oom, hall, A duck.pond nately done, . " ' With kitchen, pig pen, pretty -patch, And garret all in one. But, murther ! there's a baste, Biddy, Tbat's crpia round a tree. " And well 1 know the crature's there To have a shot at me. Sow, Mistber Bebel.say yere prsy're, And howld yer dirthy paw, Here goes 1 be juhbe-, Biddy dear, I've broke his oogly jaw 1 1 A TALK WITH BEATJREGARD. Interesting Personal Nsrratl re of t he uattie or button. ; : ... Lisut. T. H. Simmons, of the Illinois Foarteenth Regitaent, relates to us the fol lowing interesting incident which occurred pa the battle field" of Shiloh: About 11 o'clock oa Sunday, the 6th of April, Lieut S. was wounded, being shot through the left long. Ha waa sup posed to be ia a djiug condition, and was eft on the held by bis companions. A boat o clock in the afternoon of tbe ever- memorable day, our forces - having been driven back from their position, a Confeder ate officer of high rank, and his staff, came upon the ground where Lieut. Simmons lay. The rebel officer observing him lying there, not yet dead, and from his uniform taking im to be a federal officer, approached him, -when the following conversation ensued : The rebel officer asked Lieut. S. how far it was to tbe Tennessee river. . Lieut. S. being too weak from the loss of blood to speak loud, beckoned him to come closer, and in low. tone replied, " two miles, ana a halt." Tbe Confederate- officer shook hie head doubtiogty. : Lieut. S. observed it, and said ta him Yon seem to- doubt , my word. But "you see, he added, pointing to his wound, " that 1 am aying; ana upon tne word of a dying man, to. :.thf fbul of my judgment, it it two miles and a . half lo the river"- The rebel omcer turned, to convene. with his staff, and ordered bis surgeon to ire the Lieutenant some stimuiants. Tbe surgeon gave him some brandy:' And mor phine, which relieved nim tonsiaeraoiy. The conversation, with the staff, which the Lieutenant overheard, was about as fol lows: -Offi.cer -''-It is now after 3 o clock. It is two miles and a ball to the river. I ne distance if greater than I expected, but we ran drive Grant to so close quarters yet to- ight, that tbe capture or capitulation will be an easv thine in the morning." The officer turned again to the Lieutenant, and asked him about Bnell'B forces their num ber and position. I pon this subject, Lieut. S. waa entirely ignorant)' of course; 'The officer then remarked to him, uIt's no mat ter bow far it is to the river, we shall whip you anyhow, and-fbrce Gen. Grant to sur render to-night, or early to-morrow morn ing, and then, -capture Buelf, if he makes his appearance on the .field." Lieut S. re plied,. You have got -lard fighting' to do before you capture our forces yet, and the Northwestern, freemen are not the; craven doga to lie down after the first brush,., and allow themselves to be taken." "No mat ter," said the officer, "' we shall whip" you Your men won't 'JzghL". . 44 Upon. that;sub- ject," said the iieatenant, 44 you will prob ably be better .informed before you get through with to-morrow's fight. 'You-sur prised our men. this morning, and; they were thrown into some confusion :. but even this day's work, will show that'our men will 'fightr' "-WelV said the : officer, 44 1 admire y oo r courage, and - wish such me a as you were not fighting against tbe South. 1 You cannot conquer the South ;" and ain't yon sorry you engaged in the war?'-41 No, sir,"' said Lieutenant S."and I would do it again.". ;-,44 Do your -people all feel that way?", asked the officer. , Yet, iir re plied the Lieutenant. " - a. - ..' . J J C - - The officer said no mere; but with a sad look mounted his horse and rode.oflf. :. (Joe of the re bed officer's aids had dismounted to water his horse in a creek close by, 'and be-j fore remounting came- near where . the Lientenant layr'wha beckctned him to come to him. and asked him,' who that officer was ?" The aid said ." that is'GeriBe'aure- gard." The Lieutenant, however, had 're cognized him from his striking resemblance to, photographs f: the rebel General. This interesting incident, tbe personal experience at tbe battle of bhiloh of one of our intel ligent and patriotic neighbors of Illinois, and who is now in one of the hospitals, in a fair way,; we hope, of recovery, shows how anxious, tbe rebel General was on tbe even ing of'lhat memorable Sunday,' not with standing bis success, to know how" much more he would have to do that night. Ana hencer bis eager inquiries, 44 How far is it to tbe river ' " Where are Buelrs forces?" "How many men has Baell?" &c, &c Notwithstanding the exhibition of tbe brag gart as betrayed in-t he-boast, 44 We shall whip youy" u Ydurmen won't! fight," &j., any one can see that the rebel Ueneral was exceedingly solicitous- 'in regard to the probable out come of that desperately con tested fight,- - ' .' - s --,.. n . -. ! Lieut Simmons states that he lay upon the field forty-eight hours, and from eleven o'clock on Sunday,- the time he was wound ed, until four "o'clock, on Monday afternoon, tbe ground whereon he lay - was fought over twelve timet, and that he was not trampled to death seems almost a miracle. tie also states that the rebels,; othcers. and men, stopped and talked with htm several times, gave him water, and, with, one ex ception, treated him kindly. That excep tion was a Texas ranger, who came near ending his doubtful existence with a sound kick, saying, 44 let's kill the d d Lincoln son of a b h." This is but one. of per haps hundreds of personal ' incidents which transpired, on. that ' hard'fought field of slaughter, which, if collected and published, would form an interesting chapter, .of car- rent history. We learn that LieaC Sim mons will get well. . uertainiy it is me prayer of. every loyal heart that be should; for our country can illy afford". to lose such brave and noble defenders.. , . Just Compliments. '," j ft We are permitted to make the following extract from a letter io a gentleman ia this city, which, although not intended for the public eye, pays so high a compliment ; to several of the gallant officers of the 23th Regiment, that wtr cannot refrain from pub lishing it The writer is himself an officer of the most cool and determined braver, which he has demonstrated on several of the most hotly contested battle-fields on this continent,' and, consequently, has a sol- ier's eye for gallantry wherever it pre sents itself. Upon hearing the 7 firing on Sunday morning, near Pittsburg : Landing, the regiment prepared for battle. We give tbe writer's own words: . j ' '. 44 About tbis time the long roll began to beat in tbe distance, and our regiment was on the color line and formed in a twink ling, all keen to take a band ia the strife.' Now tbe booming of artillery commenced, and did not cease till night.: Our brigade marched to the sceue of action, commanded by Col. James C. Yeatcb, who was always to be seen where the battle raged the hardv est ; he bad one horse shot from underpins, and another hit three or four times, but you could not tell by tbe Colonel's bearing that there was anything the matter. His aids, Capta. Fox and Bruner, also carried his or ders with th- greatest- coolness and cour age. 7 -The first charge tbe enemy - made on our brigade was a severe one, and tbe brig ade staggered under . it, but balanced itself again, and returned it with effect. In tarn, we made their lines waver, but their places were supplied hy . new-- troops from their rear. Tnelr nnmbev engaged at that time against our brigade,. J , have no doubt, was six to our one, aad--would, have outflanked us had it not been for the watchfulness and generalship. bf.'.'.CaU7.!Yeatclu! -The Joss in killed and- wounded by--this charge ia our brigade musfexceed five .hundred; ,' over one-iburth . bflt&js.'.'.pumber; fell in thU charge. Of the- 25th Indiana, Lieut, Colonel Morgan "and Lieutenants- D.- .W.' Darling, Fellows, Borriag, Amorson, and Patterson, were wounded, and Lieut, Brickett killed. The command then' felt -on ' Major John W. Fatter, .who acted nobly, aod proved him self capable -to- the task.- He was noticed by all for his coolness, courage, and pru dence, during, the two days' action. Dr. John T; Walker could always be seen where the caroage -was severest, picking up the wounded, attending to their wants, and Bending them to 'the- rear; and was often seen between ua and the enemy, picking up - some -wounded soldier-whora- he had heard of, or bad seep whilst helping others off. His clothing was. pierced and torn in many places by the enemy's balls ; be was determined to risk as much to' save a wound ed soldier as the soldier had to risk to drive the, enemy, from his position." He "is the idof of the brigade, and beloved by all for his skill and bravery." ,",'.. t J Call for; a "Union State Convention. Over sixty thousand of the citizens of In diana having voluntarily taken up arms for the defense of the Government, and the preservation of tbe Constitution and the liberties of the people,: it is unbecoming those who remain at home to array them selves ia partisan warfare against each moth er, when the probable consequences must be tar prevent the 'resources of the .country from being applied-to the' support and main tenance, ot the army, to engender strife and discord, to withhold supplies for.lhe war worn soldiers and recruits for, t,be yanks thinned by battle; and 'ma7 .terminate.. in the demoralization ' of the army,'and . Ihe overthrow"'? consf.i,tutional liberty.':'. "-.' j, Thertfbre. most earnestly deprecating all efforts to keep 0n foot party influences, pre. judices and decipVioe, ali: pefs6ns,,.Elect-xs of Indiana, who are ia favor of the" vigor ous prosecution hf the war for thepreserva tion of tbe Union and the maintenance of the QonstitutioD,Jand opposed to the disloy al Conventiort of the; ath of January last are .without respeet to part - political- asso ciations, invited lo meet -ib' Mass Conven tion, at Indianapons. ohBe'18tli 'of "June next; for tbe purpose nbin-matiDg candidates for the offices ef State,' t& Xb& voted : for at the beit generat'elecGon1.' T-"1-i , : And. to the end that Indiana may continue to enjoy the highr position among the other States which ebi has in the - present war hitherto occupied,' and that all tbe energies of the Sate may be Onitedly put' forth for the effectual" suppression- of-' the' rebellion that tbe Constitution may be -respected, its authority acknowledged, and law and order once more established HIT over the land, it is earnestly hoped "that all ' good citizens will; for the timeout aside party, and unite for tbe country." - - vn.--' . - KEW ADVERTISEIIENTS. Arrival and Departure of liie The tarns here set down is loan. On the Bi ver there ia todreometancesii j - - - adjusted. Jo amtratd varianou accorumg i ' TIME OF CLOSISO.';:.!.' . oilread Had (ir Vincennee, Terre Haute, . Princeton, WaOiingtwa, Petershurgh, - Sullivan, Carlisio, Kockville.-Indinoapo- :lis. Cincinnati.. Louisville. .Jit. tLoois, J Cairo, Chicazo, and other Northern.. Kasteru. ,"and Western points, and Railroad Way Offlceer wy rjnj efxoepv ODOQBJ, at-.i. - S a. SU t-vmnnli . Afatf , (nver) every Tuesday," . Thursday, andaturday at,- . .fr F. , Cuira Mail , (river) every , Mondav and '- i TlmrsJ.yat .- ...r . f . ar, Ana every xneatiay and Eatnrday. at ..i lii a at. Grmen Jintr.JUuU for- Bowline; Ureen and : . -, , , , way points.) . Discontinned ou account of the Rtbeliion. - - ' - - ' ' JUL rsrnaai : Atatf Tftandl everv Tni.lav. - Thoreday, and Saturday at : ., . .; . ,,,. A's Harmon Mail every Kpnday,' Wed---needay, and Friday at - ' - 7ii. New HarraoBy,towBrtsvlH, Poseyvil'e, . . Cyothiana, and Owensrille lettsrs come : . and go daily. J Soekport Mail Oand) every Monday, Wed- ueauay, ana m iiaav BI i SM A.H. P etersOkryh Mail (way) every Friday at 'Fetersborgh letters, Ac- come aud go vy wuiruwi uaiiy. ) CytUhiana Hail every Wednesday at . ' . j T r. it. - (Leaves at A . tt. Thnradav morninir i Biclorg Branch Mail every Saturday at 1 r. at IlMt, Of DELIVKklNO. - Btilroad Mail, every day except Sunday at 6 P. M -wf-iiTvri everv xueeaav. rhursdiv.and Satnrdav bv Ir.n. Cairn Mail (rivei) every Tuesday and Frl- nay oy. ...- : ,.. . j A. aj. An J every Monriay and Thursday at Ii.i. (frera JBivr.Mail. Otacontinned on account,. , of the Ksb ltiou.l Ml. Farwesj- Mail, tlandl evenri Monday." - ... Vdueadav. and- fridav v , . - 3 p.m.' Kewj liamvH? Mail, every Tuesday, Thnrs- " day, aud Saturday by . : .... .' c J 4 P. . Bockport Mail (land) every Sunday at 2 P.- ana weanesoay and Friday at ' ' - J 7 a. B. (Arrives the evening before, after offlos ; . i , hours.) ' ' - i .-. Ptlertburak Mail (way) every Friday by 1 ftii a. SI. I'inMiiana Mail &rery Friday at 7A.ll. t Arrnree the evenfns; before, after offiee honrs.l . Hickory Branch Mail every Saturday by : 12 M oKav-i ost utnee opens at 7 A. M. and closes at lyl P. sr. on week days; Delivery closes from 8 to W m. andfmm te Y' At. on week; days dnring: the olosiiig and opening of the Eailro.d mail. Office open from 2 to 3 p. m. on tbe Sabbath. JAMES H. McK KELT, P.M. . Kvansville, Ind-j May 6. 18(2.-- vr i , . i 'Oil tz 'I r ,We have, in addition to our extensive Job Printing Offioe, a large and complete Boo&Bineiy- ABlaixk' Book - v.---;iManufactoxyf' I Connected with our establishment, which enables us to execute - i - - . ' . Blank Books, : Magazines, Music Books, Bills of Lading: Steamboat Books, i - i c a : Bank Books, And, in fact; every description of! 'i-liij c : ... I I ' " ' BINDING AND PRINTING On -the shortest notice and on the most rea- rsonable leraisor cash. J - -'- ! Thankful for tbe patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed opon U9, we would re spectfully ask a continuance of the same. JML X X-s JLm X JN" XtS XL "ST, AT SCHAPKER & BUSSINGS,rt 1 NO. 49 MAIM STREET. - WW-w-K JMJB JVO MJICJBi VUV B -M W W largi stock of Bonnets Bashes, A merman and Trench Flowera, Ribbons, Childrenh. and Misses' Hats, Ac. . . .. j Having snch a tact for baying cheap, wo wilt leave noiniDg undone to merit a oontinuaoca of the reputation "selling very cheap.". apS firffBrf '" ' CaD fV.-T ' ' .' sCS;';'; ' '"b -', ': l i ? yy ') tiZ". ' 1, 1 -i. CZaws) f ;; PQIII i fWnwSsllBT ' tsaCaw CSLmS ' NUMBEB 191. KISCELLAIIEGUli J. W. I.EXSEN, OFFICE: IN MARBLE HAlu EVASST1UB, IfVD., BTB Jtn JPMJBfMmjUi T -VJtMtt. M. Bisks and. -iesne Polieiea irr several of the old. and most reliable InMranoe Companies of the " United 6tat. 6TORK8,8TOCK8, DWELLINGS,. MILLS AND MANGFAOTORIsa, linrured a tfc moet favorable rates. M ARISE A ? 1- f -v ' f BAYIOATION Risks taken on FLAT-BOAT 4 BABOXS, BTKAM BOATS and their OAItOOe-". : Also, applications rooe'ved for LITE fSSl BAKCK. -- -- . ;.. A .. Combined Capital Eepresent cd, over 15,000,000. )rr Office. Marble Hall Bnildiiit;, So. a Main tu: CASH ASSETS,' JANOATiST, 1862, Lbi53esrr!PiidITO?d:'. of 014,000,000- The great publie servloe, promptness and relia bility of this well-tried and st-rlin Coatpany, ra. oomujend it to preference with tuo-ie needing Ia surance. swinsnranos sellrite-) and Poiicfe !s9 te4 or el. W. NEXSH. Ag-ne, i fbS if Marble HaU Bnl'diBB N i S Mali' at. PBEPARE IN TIME - " " AO A INST -. . . THE FIRES OF FALL ' PltlMTET A" AO, I TjrSUIlAlVCES- ';' ' TBtt . . .':'-' PHIJMX m. COFY OF HARTFORD, CONN. Tho Fruits of tho Phcenix Are manifest in the toiIowtt'E statemvot of PACTS AND FIGURES J Showing the amount eqaallaed to publie benefit, in tbe shape of looses paid in the West and South, doling the past foal years ; a tins of valuable ser vice, henorable as well as commendable, and wbiot should suggest -j.. ... r ;;r- .OF-7 To every man who desires to bestow his insurant patronage nnoa a WELL T Itlj IED CORPORATION. 140,277 45.. ...OHIO 840,877 44 INDIANA... 27.6J2 94 ILLINOIS B0.174M 27,623 S4 69,174 56.... 82670 08..... 34,220 13..... MICHIGAN 82,670 09 ...W1800N6INu , 84,220 13 , 19, 3 3 X , 8,663 10 , 1,167 00 9.766 00 84,064 .V 41,064 2(),832 5S 27 6M8 83 22,839 43 8,M1 6s 665 66 19.323 31 IOWA. 8,653 10..... MINNESOTA... 1,167 00 ....NEBRASKJl.,. 9,765 00 ....KANSAS 84,054 S.....KKNTTJClCy, ., H ,054 SO ...V ENNES8KE., 20,832 65...... MISSItiBirPI 27,et8 83.....-.MISSOUBI a2,8iJ9 ;i...., .. ARKANSAS., ,1 t8..i..u-.T!CXA8. . SO&65 ALABAMA. It lha "tauitabla adjuttmetu, ami prompt 'Oath re- spoMM lo Icim, tha PHfUHIX Hand pranimUlm at tha head of iU proftsrioAt while itt axtmuiva, praom tical, and flrttla b mines niiem of local agencie, te mot excelled by) n eimilar corporation in One world. insuranciee solicited, and policies loaned aud r. hewed In this leadins; Cor t ration, at fair rates by J. W. AlSXSKfl. Beeldut Agent, Omos: Matble Ball Building, Main street. O TTOJV JtJITTIJYO 100 bales for sal by S. K. QILBEBT A CO., OC12 No. 4 Sycamare strtt. gUOMM 1 UJSOOJatfla. seieot lot or mLM "Uoion Villaee," Shaker and oth-r Broom froml5to20e. ' YIOKEKY BKO-t. t-JJiH it MW'Jt.-oO bushels lor- sale la auy OP quantity by , r 8. JC U ILKA. ill A --(, Janll .Attachment Notice. BDMT ttjr JIT- WW TACIIMNT wai issned out of my offioe on the 12th day of April, 1862, in f.vor of Samuel ttilberf and William Baker, arMDSt Dnie4 Fowler, and it appearins; by afitdavit that said de fendant is a. non-resident of tbe Scate of Indlaua, and that -eorvice could ' not be had by summons, raid defendant is hereby notified that the hearisg of said cause will take place at my cilice in Pigeon Township, Vanderburg euantr, Indiana, on tbe I6tB day or Mav, 18b2, at nine o'clock in tne Tore noon. G. W. McBhlDE, Justice. SKAL.a -- ' t-: i... is.-,.. ; ;ap2S -aw Thomas K. Uabviw. - Jsnr.s Bsia. WAR CLAIM AGENCY, ttJtMVMJV AT B K IMP, Attorneys at Law & Ileal Estate Office on ThirfT Street, ' - JIVASSVlLLSi laulAKA. Have peculiar facilities in Waabincion, and will give prompt attention to tbe procuring of Pt-a-sions. Back Pay, and Bonrlties, and the proofs- lion of claims airainut the uevernmrar, ral'lz FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. rwvtn tsu use eta rom J3. sale a well assorted stock of fresn aud pure arden Seeds, all of which has been grown by himself. Also, about 600 roots of Mtai'. Victoria Rhubarb, such as he has been supply a is cui. mere i;h a' his stall iu market too last tea years. One :year old Catawba Grape Vinss, Aioorvnan from two to five feet blgb.O.bbage. -we et t otato r'laots, c, at faisstall in theup.wr Mark. Heam on- market morning, and at bis Garden on tha fe'ewburgh road. Orders left at 1,. Mi-nl's sto e oa Main street, adjoining Washington Hotel, wUl ta pt omptlv attendee to. " -mhl9d2 WM. 0. WKATEB. CUSTAV H. DYER AND KRACH, SCOURER, . BBMOVJBB HIM O VXIJYG aod Scouring estabUsbment front Loonst St. te First St., tetWMa Svramore and Vine, opposite Mezart Ha l, where he is prepared to do all kinds ot Dyeing and Scouring in th most approved manner. Hoaks tha continuance of old patron age and new. mv SI lmd Plows X l3lowo S CET THE BE3T. . , Tbe Unriraled Western Tiller, r , j . Manufacture J "by ' ' ? . N. Q. DAMSON, . .. ' ;- .... . JKKEKU3VILL INP. M at .United Staff Fair, at Ioniille, ia 157, over eeven eompettiors on actual , M.rol.. and piur. supplied ers priws. . . .. . , vint atreot. by the bbl at es ffpftjco, V. --". " ' - Ho. A Sycamore et. tabs i PIS" l a .. YTa f WAV I 0 1 i .1 ' 1 CI Si I:.'l , :i.J