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"The Star Spangled Banner in Triumph yet wares O'er the land of the Fre and the horn of ths Brav.." . M. THAYKR.. ..Bnrroa J. N. SILVERTUOEN AasoouTa - SI'BSfiRI PTTON PRTnie rno mn.T - Delivered in the City, per week SO 10 By mail or in the City, per year (la ad ranee) 00 for WKXKLT : By mefl per year, single subscriber 51 60 M M u m elnb of va (to one address) 5 00 ADVERTISING. r For Tens see ftnt page, tabular torra. " - AGEHT8: The following gentlemen are our authorized Agents in tbe place named : S. ht Peteengill Co So. 37 Park Bow, Hew York, and No. State street, Boston, are oar Agents for the Journal in those cities, and are an- tnoriced to take Advertisements and Subscriptions for as atour uwtn aarsa. Dr. Balston, Boonviile, Warrtok Co. t John H. Lockwood, Mt. Ternon, Tomej Oo. John B. Duigherty, Bock port, Spencer Oo. James L. Thorn tnn, Princeton, Oibeon Oo. Jo bn B. Handy, fcewbnrg, Warrick Oo. '" " Dr. Murphy, New Harmoar, Poser Co. A. B. WUimon, Cynthiaaa. .. - Preston Talbott, PoaeyriUe, Posey Oo. ' John QrutdOanal P. 0., Warrtok Oo. RobL A Tkroop, Francisco, Gibson Co. , : vr. a. wiiaon, uwensvute. WATiri irTJETrVlrfiTiV A Aaneil llvlivli il iilllUVI I Tf you want anything. If you hare anything to anil. If yon want to buy anything, If yon want to rent a Honse, If you want Boarders, If yon hare lost anything. If yon hare found anything, TELL TEN THOUSAND PK0PLK BT ADVER TISING IS THK -. EVANSVILLE JOURNAL. All wants supplied by advertising hi the Correspondence of tbe Jsnrnal. Pittsbubq LaNDiNa, May 7, 1862. Eds. Journal: la a brief note from Pa- ducah, on tbe 5th, I gar a 70a tbe only itecog of interest which, occurred on board the ' Capitola, ' during her passage to that city We reached Pad a rah early in the morning and found there the City of Lancaster No 4, which was bound oo an errand similar to our own, with this addition, that she carried seme six or seven Paymasters for the army with some 53,000,000 in "green backs" and specie. While lying here the Tycoon arrived with tbe Sanitary Com mittee from Cleveland, Ohio, on board. We found Paducah full of soldiers and much stir and bustle at the landing, which, by the way, was confined to one street run ning perpendicular to the river, front street being entirely under water. 'Away 'from the river the city was dull and lifeless. There was a single exception, to-wit : the to excess, and onr old triencr, itdj flrrvmht late of Vincences, overwhelmed with busi ness. fi ere we took on board a portion of the Lafayette delegation, who had started ont a day earlier, with a large lot of sanitary stores. Oar party then consisted of tbe following physicians and Nurses : SCBGE0N3. Dr. J. M. Morgan, Terre Haute; Dr. Chas. Westenmyer, do; Dr. H. A. Davis, do; Dr. Thos. Chestnut, Lafayette; David Jen nings, do J. P. Wallace, do; C. Angel, Pittsburg, Ind., N. W. Edmonds, Warren Co.; A. C. Preston, Creencastle; S. F. Kee ner, Williamsport; S. E. Hallaeman, New York City; Wm. Allen, Williamsport; W. H. Byers, Frankfort; W. W. Butterworth, ot. josepa uo; J. u. aicllatln, Urawtorda vei W. Mayrdo: U. S. TolL Mishawka. Ind.; J. T. Dufiield, Evansville; J. W. Posey, reversuurg, ma. . MUBSE3. , J W.H. Bennett, Indianapolis; W. W. Til latson, Evansville; B. F. Norton, do; J. W. Bedford, do; J.K. Frick, do; Bev. McCarrer, do; R. J. Barns, Vigo Co.; Thos. Johnson, Davis Co.; J. B. Falley, Lafayette; Chas. Collier, do;"W.- P.. Elli?, do; J. Robinson, ao; w. Lne, ao; iuayorxnos. a. Ward, do; jona uoaman, ao; wu. ruer, do; W. Fra- ier, do; Joseph Callow, do; Jasper Dresser, ao; i ranK ivieritpairicK, ao; ib. K. Horn brook, Evansville; P. W. Allen, Williams- port. The work of coaling occupied tbe fore noon, and while this was going forward I availed myse If of the opportunity of visit ing the late residence of tbe rebel Qeneral Tighlman, which is now being used as a hospital for our sick and wounded. The . bouse is a fine gothic cottage, with hand some grounds slopiog down to the river 4 brink. The building ia admirably adapted to the natriotic and hpnavntsnt nnrnstu tr.m wnicu lt uwa, ud. Tl,. ,oomg are spacious and well ventilated, and everything is perfectly neat and clean. I was greatly indebted to Dr. P. A. Wellman, the surgeon in charge,' for .courtesies extended to me and the party with whom I visited tbe place. Under his judicious management the natients are ratiidlv rwnrinir r .m not certain that the careful nursing of a few handsome women, wives of wounded and sick officers, has not mueh to do with the fine sanitary condition of tbe hospital. About I o'clock P. Mn we gotoflf and steam ed up tbe Tennessee river.- The party aboard was a gay 'od lively one. and tbe trio no was a varv nlauum .one. There was, however, one scene to mar. for the moment, the hilarity of tbe company. 4- There was on board a small swivel which was loaded, and one of the party touched it off with a riuar and hnlrf. ' iag his face over the vent had it thoroughly peppered with powder, producing conse quences which will no donbt be manifest Tor many dayi. . T . i. i . r0JV D0 V P wo niet"the R. and J. 'Zl JeTIhBU'EJwari Wtab Fort Kf Gledilf "d, W. W. Crawford, Wa SA 1 AA ma m. A J nyer some nnfortanate individual whose r friends are, doBhUess, anxiously enquiring -after, but whose tate they will-probably never learn., "it-x - . wn lescuea iot Henry at half past 11 o'clock on Monday night and most of the yax,j .uvv aaiiuisiiguiiK BPOl, VUQ t)Ut little satisfaction, as the darkness concealed . maoy 01. the lntarasuog features. Some of ; tne guns nave own removea ana the most of tbe troops are gone. Here we were told that an attack waa expected at Paris Land ing, four miles above, and that troops had been sent from the Fort to assist in repuls ing the rebels. This produced much ex- TGXSDAT M0BN1SQ fg - : pitMsent oa board ear coat and a Urn enacts tamed pal with touraes,' It u tomevrhat amusing, though, to observe what a rusn 01 prudence, not blood, there waa to the bead. One distinguished gentleman valorously declared his readiness to attack the whole confederacy were it not that be bad a wife aad children who needed his services. As we lay here the Continental I with the 1 7th Iowa regiment aboard, came up. and than there was an nrgeht appeal made for arms and a company to be put on board the Capitola. This CoL Rankin de clined to do, and the courage of these braves increased, w ' The Continental, however, agreed to tro slow and convoy ns past the point of ex pected danger. CoL Collingsworth, In or der to insure the safety of his command, deployed himself as skirmishers on board tbe Continental, and proceeded in advance t) make, a " reconnoissance in force " to wards the rebel lines. . Tbis rather increas ed than lessened the courage of some of those wno naa sucn a strong appreciation of their marital and paternal obligations. The Capitola followed the Continental " at a distance " and reached Paris Landing in Safety, where we again called in our skir mishers. Whonj CoLHolling3worth came on board, a peremptory demand was made that he should call a town - meeting and make a written report of the "situation." Tbis gregarious proceeding the CoL politely aeciined, bat ajsared the leader of the in vincible- that our ability to escape while the rebels were engaged with the large force at the laDdicg one surgeon and six sick soldiers was placed beyond , a peredven- tnre. "With tbis assaranee on onr part " the excited gentlemen expressed themselves willing to- proceed." When it became evident there would be no opportunity to charge upon toe cow ardly seceah the reaction on certain parties waa- terrible to behold. - The distinguished gentleman who had put himself at the head of the forlorn hope was compelled to .take, to bis bed, and when by our safe arrival at Pitts burg Landing, it became thoroughly mam feat that be would have do opportunity to lead his chosen followers to storm tbe deadly breach, his prostration became so great that he found it necessary to return on the first armed vessel that returned to the Ohio. We hope some faithful historian will snatch tbe record of his future achieve ments from oblivion and hand it down to future fame. We stopped at Savannah And visited tbe hospitals, where we found many sick, and reached Pittsburg Landing about midnight. Whether this will reach yon before the return of the Capitola I have not now the remotest idea. If it will, in yonr iudg ment, interest yonr readers you can lay it before them. We are now lying nnder the protection of the guns of tbe gunboat Lex ington. "I shall keep you posted as toon future operations. Until then au revior. S. To Steamboat Pilots and Engineers. )Fe are r quested to announce that Reuben Dawson, W! n rpeclor at Louisville, will be ia our city liie latter part of this week for the purpodo of issuing licenses to those who may wish them. Mr. Dawson will re main in onr city only so long as his servi ces may be required. He leaves Louisville on the Grey Eagle on iredne3day next. Sakitort Boat Steahsr Capitola, " JiDa:SaV56TJMilJ.MaT,lllbJ1862. morning having on board one hundred and twenty-one sick soldiers, all Indianiaas. The sick, in almost every case, have exhibi' ted a marked improvement since we re ceived them on board, and a majority wilL with due care; be soon ale to return to the service or their country. A majority of the Surgeons who went up with ns remained with tbe army, as it was expected that their services wonld soon be needed there. To all those who remained on board great credit is due. To the skill of the Physicians aad the untiring energy of the nurses ia ar. tributed the marked improvement of the sick on board. Every man showed a disposi Hon to do his duty cbeerfullT. I would mention, especially, Rev. Mr. McCarrer Messrs. Tileson, Norton & Bradford, of Bv- aasville, and Messrs. Falley, Collier it Dress er, of Lafayette, who from their experience as nurses rendered invaluable service and were untiring in their efforts to assist the Physicians." Col. W. E. Hollingsworth, Commanding, conducted the . expedition with great credit to himself and the State he represents. -i 3. T.-Dcffiaxd, -. Surgeon in charge Steamer Capitola. . j. Communicated. Gbmkral Hoer-iTAL, No, 1, May 10, '63. , Editors. Joubhal: I have not had time uuni uuw, 10 answer an article in your Journal of Thursday, reflecting on the hos pitals of this city. . Allusion was made in the article Jto a party of soldiers coming from Mount Ternon. ' The facts in the premises were these. Seven soldiers applied to me Wednesday evenioe fhavine with them a note that could not be deciphered,) stating nai tney wished to stay In the Hospital till mornjng when they would leave for their respective homes. I admitted them had supper for Ihem after. o'clock furnished them with lodgings and fcave them their breakfast. . I presume they went awav sat isfied, as they got all th.a they wanted. i would further state that no soldier has ever been turned off from this hospital, but that they have -nl hn tit.. - - J VWM AVU JU, Oil whatever hour they come, day or'niehu id warm meals served up for them. - More anon, ' Joseph Pharbs, Steward. - Joseph Phares Stewart of Hospital No.' l; acknowledges" the receipts of the following articles, for the week endine the 10th: ' .- " t: -- - " Mr. Jewell, front difforent SanitarvComi mittees, a large supply through the week of dried fruit, canned do, 20 lbs Dutter, sheets, shirts, drawers, pillows, jellies and country molasses. ' , From J. Crist and L. Pah-child. Billows. milk, corn bread," books, magazines and 3 lbs butter. H " ; , .. . Mrb. J. Sonntairl 10 iarscoataminiT hlrk. berry jam and currant jelly. - : , ., , . atrs. Ol instead, sweet and, sour m t.K, vsucu Jruit, c. Mr.JD3bell, 75 illostrated papers s.ni-f7l4 I Cincinnati Commercial's, ui or a,vansvilie Journal, 15 copies or their valnable paper (daily) for distribu Uon in Hospital, for all of which thanks are returned. Thi Last op tee MiasivAC. The fol lowing interesting dispatch we failed to re ceive on Sunday night In consvesence of some derangement in the telegraph lines : ; . Fortress Mohbob, Msy II.- 27b. 3. 'P. Walton, ' Asdtt. Sec y of Warr The Merrimac was blown up by the rebels at two minutes before 5 o'clock this morn ing. She was set fire to at about 3 o'clock. The explosion took place at tbe time stated, and it is said to have been a grand sight by those who saw it. The Monitor, Stevens, and the gunboats have gone up towards Norfolk. (Signed) E. 8. SAHroa, Military Supervisor. Fatal Duel is irBHTtrcsT. Our readers ill , remember the very bold and able Union speech by Col. Leonidas Metcalfe, at Carlisle, Nicholas county, Ky., on the 14th of April, which was published in the Ga zette shortly after its delivery. We learn that on the 8 th inst., a duel was fought be tween the Colonel and W. T. Casto, a no torious secession lawyer of Maysville, who was recently liberated from Fort Lafayette. The origin of the difficulty was the Colon el's instrumentality in procuring the im prisonment of Casto. The encounter took place one mile below Dover, Ey. . The eapon a were sharp's nnes, the distance, twenty-five yards. Casto had the first fire. The Colonel returned by shooting his ad versary through the heart. dn. Gaz.. Iilss or Stek Soldiers on noard th Steamer Capitola from PlttstonrK EjaxMtlBsr, Slay 10, 18fl. 9TH IKDIAHAx BKGIMIST. Philander Hopkins band, C L Smith co A, Ural Franklin co A, Isaac Lane co A, J McCormick co B, S S Disbro co B, Irwin Fox co C, Joseph Earle co C, J F Burch co D, D W Bradstine co -D, John Stower co D, M Nicoloy co Fr T F Maxwell co G, H Davison co G, D Philips co E, W W Whit ney co G, GW Huntington co H, Irwin Caster co H, A C Vine co H, J Sherman co I, John Worie co I, W Caldwell coK.S T Kirkman co K, Com Sergt J D Barbour. "... 23d isdiaka. Albert Shaw co E. 24th indiasa. - Sergeant Downey co E. -IOTH INDIANA. J W Anderson co A, W F Stephenson co D, Peter Madden co J, JBenj Barker co F, H W Porter co H, T J Patterson co H, D T James co I, Cyrus htdmuns co K. - 53d ikdiaha. J W Wlngfield co A, Oliver Carson co A, Smith Koss co A, S Stowden co ALevl Yaratz co A McDaniel co A, Michael Ettin ger co B, C M Miller co B, RT Little co B, John Windle co B, Sam Cunningham co B, D Furner co C, G W Bnrkbardt co C, W B Samuels co C, W J Ellers co D, Peter Samb co D, W W Taylor co E, F R Seal E, Jonathan Minton co E, C G Bullett co F, S Mclatire co F, Jasper Jennings co F, John K James co G, D G Wilbur co G, A Shoulders co G, W H Dowdall co G, J A Garrison co H, John Barnett co I, Henry Lang, W H Carible, D J Martin, Elias Mortin, John Keedy co K. S Toliver co K, Anderson Riggs co K, John H Wrjght co K, W Lafferty co K, Geo Gillara co. " I - 40th indiaha. , A B Ames co G, II C Shinkenberger co K. : - 31ST ISDIAMA. Burnett coDJas ohrCSti: Sohapi son co is,, unas uaiaweiico a, Thomas Har rington co E, Chas Jordon co F, David Ir win co F, Nat Fisber co H, W J Noeil co H, A Miller co H, A Faulkner co H, Robt Fumes co I, C S Ruble, J H Kirkpatrick. ' 36TH INDIANA. L Tbornburg co B, IJ Blansett co F, Jas Bradbury co K. 11th INDIANA. , A- Grigg'co'C, J Day co C, J Sorgent co G, A Simpson co H, Lieut Kellogg co I, Noah Brum co I, D T. Bill co I. ; 58TH INDIANA. Capt Carr co K. 2D IKDIAHA ABT1LLEKT. J P Chandler co 14th battery, S S Tim mons, Geo Mathwa, Dan Day, L M Neal, C M Lucas, M Kaisler, S K Barker, David Yopst, Philip Hontz, 10th battery, John Remfeltz Morton's battery, W Harwoods co D McCalister's battery. , 2D INDIANA CAVALRY. Buyler H ,B Jones, H P Sampson co 52D INDIANA. . . J J McNutt ccS-F, Thomas White co Elijah Corbea co F, Henry Lanning co Wm Quails co F ? Xioeal News. SThe sick soldiers who were brought to this city on board the Capitola have been distributed among the hospitals in this city.- Those able to travel by rail, as moat them are, will be sent home on short fur loughs. Their names, regiments &o will be found in another column. 67 Crowds of soldiers who have been horns on sick leave, . are daily passing through the city, t route to join their regiments. Pictobials. Mr. Dobell, corner of Main and First streetf, and Mr. Rowland, at Post Office lobby, have received Harper's Week ly for tbe current week. This number is unusually interesting, and will command a large sale. ' " : - - JF Jonathan Minton, of Company E, 53d Indiana, died very suddenly and unex pected,, on board the Capitola jnst before reaching this city on Saturday night.. He had been so little sick that the physician in charge deemed it unnecessary to . give him any medicine. He suddenly took a convul- on and ditd in a few minutes. He lived in the Northern part of the State and leaves a wife and seven children. His body were taken home by his Brother-in-law. ' River News. The weather continues hot and clear, and the decline in the river continues at a steady rate. If it does not rain for a week to come, Io w. water boats" wUl be in requi sition, quite a number of that species of water craft baring already .'made their ap- pear anc Tb atjlIa and departure. of boats 'ire' Among the new arrivals we noticed yes terday tbe Lake City from below, with a small load. The Thomas Scott aad the Atatsnta wsrs at ftttef 09 faSilay night. The TToodforoTcame" up from Cairo yes terday morning. - Ebe is a ery handsome boat and wiU rdr reeTilarin betweear Loa - . ' )i .,fui 13 A AAV WA xyat,a,a The Sunny Side passed up with a very fine cargo yesterday noon. The bully Little Grey Eagle went up to Louisville with lots of passengers yester day afternoon. 1 ' - 1 The Citizen, with Gov. Morton, Adjutant Gen. Noble, physicians and nurses, left at 11 o'clock yesterday for PitUburg Landing. The Bowen, - with a good trip, left for Cairo yesterday afternoon. The En gene and Harry McDpugall will present themselves at the. wharf early to day, vying with each other in their hand some personal appearance. ; - ; The Big Grey Eagle,:with the n3nal at tractions on tbe hurricane and in the office, is the regular mail boat for . Louisville to day. ' ' "-r- , ? The never-failing Courier is the regular packet for Cairo to-day. . . .. , The magnificent steamer B. J. Adams,' It will be seen, will be here to-day for Pitts burg Landing. - A more clever gentleman or competent commander never walked the deck of a steamer than ia Capt. Richey Ed. Ford does the honors of tbe office with incomparable a2kbility,- - : - : The steamer Diana, from Cumberland river with a cargo of tobacco and pig metal en route to Louisville, passed op last night. IIOHIE IHTKHESTB. . tSJ-A cold bath at the Marble Hall Barber Shop, will be found not only con ducive to health and longevity, but also! ceedingly pleasant these sultry days. tSSjr The magnificent passenger packet B. J. Adams, will be here this morning at 10 o'clock, for Pittsburg Landing. Capt. Ricbey will be - found in command. Ed. Ford in the office. Captain Jao. B. Hall, No. 6 Water St. agent dlt Z'tSST Everybody go to J. J. Cohn's auc tion this day at 9 J o'clock, corner Main and Third streets, where will be sold a fine lot of Carpet containing about 400 yards ; also ready-made Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes &e. Now is the time" for cheap goods. Came one, come all. J. J. Couk, Auctioneer. Wakted. A good durable Flag Staff at the foot of Main street. . Any one who will take the contract to put np a good Cypress pole, fully 100 feet long will please call on me at once, at the Telegraph office. - Myl3-2td. ' L. G. Knox. Horsk Raci roa $1,000. A race will take place on Saturday, the 17th inst., at 1 o'clock r. w, ever Stevens' Race track near Gritter, of Boon ville, ana wiwe-ocn mare Mayflower, of Taylorsville, for $500 a side. An interesting time may be ex pected, as other races will take place dur ing the afternoon. Admission 25c. myl3-d5t , The fine Louisville and New Orleans packet E. H. Fairchild will be at our wharf on Wednesday morning, en route for Pitts burg Landing. for freight and passage enquire of Cox & Humphrey. mar. 13-2td. . . " JiPicuBES Attkhd." The St. Charles Saloon, on 1st street, ia just ic receipt of the first Spring Chickens, Frog Legs, ete, and will be served up Inline best style to the patrons of said saloon. , ,' May 9-3td. Chabxet Habbb, Prop'r. W The Savings Bank, No. 4 First street, buys and sells gold, exchange on New York, Illinois, Missouri, and all other un current money, Bells sight drafts oa Eng land, Ireland and Scotland in sums to suit, d3m. ; "" ' ; Medical Kotlce. Da. T. C. Gale, a graduate of the Ohio Medical College, respectfully tenders bis profesional services to the citizens of Ev ansville and adjacent country. -. In introducing himself to a strange com munity, he begs leave to state that after en joying: great advantages as a student, ha graduated twenty years ago, and ; has been ever since engaged in ' the active duties of bie profession, principally in Vevay of this State. - - : ! . d Evidences of his graduation and stand ing, as a pbysicianj, .would , be cheerfully I placed before any gentleman desirous of Jtx- J amining tbe same. I Jci .,- v Office oa First street, on second floor, in iue jroei ujjice jjuuamg. noom flo. 6. Residence in the new bricks on -the corner of. Third. and Gum 8 1 reels. He can be found at his office during the day and at his residence at night. " 1 " , "May;12-.i,nid, '", It rarely' happens that in our edito rial capacity our readers ' find ns premedi tatediy and with malice aforethought en gaged in puffing any patent medicine, but during our recent trip to the melan choly : scenes of Pittsburg ; Landing there was one medicine which w found in tbe hands of nearly every soldier, giving relief wherever . applied, whether internally or externally. We refer to Perry Davia Vet etable Pain Killer. All.', spoke lond in its praise, and the kind hearted Surgeon ot one of our Indiana regiments informed ns that he believed it was the only thing that saved at least half of bis' regiment from dying of dysentery during a recent long march, and we cannot help suggesting to our friends among the army sutlers that it is one of the articles they shonld never be out of. ' It is packed in sa w'dust, two dozen in each box, and can b4 forwarded over tbe roughest road without denser of breaking. Is eold in Evansville by Keller & White" Preston Bro's, P. Veirling, Leich it Carl stedt, and S. E. Gilbert & Co. J. N. HARRIS k CO, ap!8-d3m Proprietors, Cincinnati. Post Orrscs Horns. Tha mail train on the E. & C: R. R., having changed, tbo fol lowing will be Post Office boors until far ther notice, commencing to-day. - The office will ecen at T A. M. and elaaa 1 M-a week days. Opeafeoa 2 to tr. At. on Sundays. Tha-Railroad. mall win dosa DssIttrelT at 8 a. v, cMte time, the train starting at 9.05. The Mall train arrives at the Depot at 5.10 j. u. The deliveries will close from 8 to 9 i. v and from 5 to 6 p. during the closing and opening of tbe Rail, road mail. Stamps and envelopes to be had at the Periodical stand ia the lobby. When tbe Louisville mail boats arrive early, they will return at 6 P. v., and their mail will close at 4J p. it - mj6-5td<w . , " POSTHASTBB. RAILROAD RBCJCIPTS. MAT 13. S3 Mis paper, Journal Ce 60 bxs ware, I D !eimao; 2 bxs paper, B J Dobell; 4 bxs bau, Tan tier A M; 1 cask, 1 bbl, 2 bxs bdw, Thos ScantUn; 3 bxs drags, 1 bbl P oil, &eich Oarlstedt; 8 bxs clocks, 2 bxs weights. P L Oeialer; 10 kers her rings, Louis Eaiw; 7 bil drurs Peter Tierlier; 1 bx fancy goods, BJ; S16 bushels wheat, H U Umble; 25 seeks bran, Peter Batz; 1 bbl whiakr. Srata Eeilmas; 1 bx hdw, HolUngt worth h Bro; 1 bx dry goods, 3 bales mdte, Ke n A Prestos, 6 bf bble fish, Oor I bale sheeting-, S bra boete. J J Merrttt; 1 bx hdw, O a Wells; 1 bx (0110 H m E; S barrel eggv P D This; 4 bxs bcots 1 H Msghe A Co; 4 bxs dry rood. 4 bortal easts. Oraae, Brown Co; 20 bbia. 20 hf bbU 20 qr bbla asn. ueiaent it viel: 4 cases saoea, u esses aai JH W W Morgan; 3 bxs axes, 1 bale twin. S bxs hdw, tfeo 8 bona tag. A. X. SHBABKB, Agent. KVAHSTILLB WHOLBSALE I1AR . . . "ax KKPOHT. COBBECTED DAtlT BT F. tBABPa A CO. : XvanvrLU, Ivo., May S, 1842. WIAJVU. 8ocsr. - do. Extra - .OUf(t.10 16vt,25 COBN ,ti.a?6e WHEAT. Red. .T5.S.770 WHEAT, White.. OAT3 . .25(;30o RY8 .... BABLKY BSAKS CLOVER ttKCD.. .U(ifcie ...45a50e ..S & TIMOTHT 8KKD.... PL AX ex ED fit UIOl. POTATOKS .Z5(3U0 ONIONS RIDES, Green. HIDES, Dry.... ,.60(355o Afatlia DBIED APPLES. . 65(70o 3RKEN APPLE, t bbL.. DBIED PKACHKS W H ISKTtHHttMltMIWHHMtMH CHEESE ..$1,151.25 ftOSlS .87.00(348.00 t4e-steee iUO EXCHANGE ON N T., buying at par. seliiag IJ40 NEW ADVERTISEJaiiSTS. ICE I ICE! ICE!! MM. and the peeple generally will take notice that there is plenty of the eel ebrated Terre Haute Ioe constantly oa band at the Df pot Corner." OrJers accompanied tj thscaia promptly attended to. - nyl3 EDWARD INGLa. f, H. J. SchlaepferV JUjMEWB CmBJOLBTIC JLOTimJV, for removing Pimples, Sunbarn, Tetters, Bingworm, Ac ,. Jat reorived and f r sale at H. 1. Poiilaepfer's Xew Drugstore. , HUM B0Lr8'8 extra Bnchea.iast received at Sehlrepfer's Mew Drug Store. " DBTJG-Just received a large and varied stock ot pure Drags aad Medicines, consisting of all tbs new preparations, just arriving in the market, ail of which are eold vary low, at : m13 SOATjAEPPXB'B, . . New Dreg Store . X. O WT M B- AeV ville. d Cairo pMk- trzn . The AUgnifleent Faswn Faswnrer V T Steamer, Hsf st as m w K . Ct.a. . mmmr.n. leaves a.vanaviiie for 13 M. - Cairo every 7BIDAY at Leaves Eransvilla for LonisvilTe every MOW da x at a a. m . The Woodford baa entered the above trade mm regular packet and wlil leave pontnally as adver- iimto, arrjuj paasengere aa treignt at the regn - 1 micm. J mJ. s. ULAliU, Ag t, m10 . No. 6 Water street Niwbusuh, Ind., May 9, 1S62. W 9BT At srscajf OJV a MJ about the 9th day e f May, 1862, one note for w, aaiea apru , iez, in ravor or JCiiubeth E. Spitx and agaiost Uuien BeiheL I forewarn aii pers-ins irom tracing tor said note. apl2J3tltw BiUZAEETH B. SPITZ Walnut Street House Be-opened. JT MB M.MJt VM Ts fJVJfOMJB THM M. pnblio that I have refitted and re-opened the asove namea popular House, and that I ready to accommodate permanent and tr am now transient soaraers. No pains will be spared to make my goesta com fbrtable. M. P. JONES. CORONER'S ITTQTTEST. MLM the 23d day of AoriL. 1862. the tinrfAraiirnjul "iu 01 ine reao, tn and ror Union Towiuh ip, Vanderburgh Countv. Indiand. held a Imiw with the assistance ol twelve qualified electors of my township, over tbe dead body ot an Infant fe male cnim. ioundden In tbe well at the naldnnt of John W. Catlett, in the Towash Ip, Cennty, and etate aforesaid, then and there returned to me the louowtng verdict: "We do find that the deeeaied earns ta Ira dtt. by having its head maihed bv the hands of one &nn JOicueieD, who ia the mother of said eblld." J. S. CATLETT, Justice and Coroner for the time being of Vaa - .der burgh County. , . najZ 3ww . JB. OJtHltljy BU&4B8. New Orleans and -ML Cuba SuKars just receiired and f - 1- . small advance on cost, at YIGEEBT BBO'8. JanM ... . :, Ko. 6i Main street. jHBBMrFB BJM.B, 6. Bv virtue of an order of sale issnsi out of the office of tbe Clerk of tbe Court of Common Fleas of Yanderbnnrh coantv. Indiana. In Wnrr citep ben Harrison and against A If re 1 H. Harri- duo, a win oa -1 8ATTJBDAT, MAT Slav, 1862, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. AI. of said dav, at the deor of the Court Bouse 1b the Citv of Kranarilla. Tnri tn expoee to sale at publio auction the rants. and profit, lor the term of seven years of the fol lowing c escribed real estate, to-wit : ... The eat half of the aoith-eeat Quarter, and tl.. south we.t .quarter of the north-east quarter of "" - eigua ioj in townsnip no. eigbt (Si -.nth rf -...... ilTa t mt A , . v ' .5. aim. won. 1 j. 1 wwa, oonutiaing one hundred aad twenty aoree more or leea, situate ia too coanij 01 vanderborgh and State of Ia diana. And should said rents and nroSts net sail tnr . snm sufficient to satisfy said writ aad costs, I will . tuo hui tuas ana piece oner tor sale the fee iwpie o saia pienues. J''-. GKosaa WOLFLIS, ' Sheriff T. O. A Joseph P. Sdson, PleintlflT's Attorn ere. 4 mj S5,23 - - . - - ' . Court Notice. BTATB Ol" INDIANA, V la the Vandarburs - ---j i ""ram court. October Term. 1862. ; William H. Walker, , uwirj u.ami, . 1 Petition to opes ' I juogmenc. The Qnlanebanarh Bank. " t wt r-pjtMijyrt b jupjfiikm vi t M- on nie in tbe oBice of the Clerk of the Court aforesaid, that the defendant is a eorporatloB, ex 1st iag and located In the fitate of Connecticut. and is a non-resident of Indiana, and t hat its President, Secretary, and other officers are noo resident of tbs State of Indiana. - Notice of tbe pendency of this action (the obtest of which is to open and set aside a judgment in favor of eaid defendant) ia therefore given to said nou-realdent defendants, ana ill at tns same will stand for trial at the next term of the Court aforesaid, to be beiraa and held at the Court House in. tbe City of fvansville, in ths County and State aioresaid. on the firs Mondar ia Octo ber. A. D. 1863. - -...! j--Witness the Clerk ot said Cotort, thi 39 A as of Abril. 1862. . ' ; - - . w ' tOPIS BICHTIB,T. fXCv ' '--Chandler A Bynes, Plain tiff's Attorneys. april30-3tw rwWitr'JBJyrTzjs-tsatrtmiTB.- so ni. JL Ions, In cans aad dosens, for sale by fcblO fl. S. GILBXBT CO., No. 4 jcaaor rtrotc. I ";-ta 1 ) W" M wet w eeeaee M LI. LYONS' ADVEBTlSiliEUT. 5 ;i Maying adopt ed the exclusive Cash, eysteiii and so increased my stock as to be equal to the rap idly increasing demand for well made, tasteful, and durable fine Clothing, I am now prepared to furnish ' all binds of Fine Clothing and Furnishing (Koods, at Whole sale and ISetail, fully as cheap as the same class of i Goods can- be bought in New Ifork. I will, on the 15th of this month (May.) receive a larco stock of good Linen and light Woolen Goods for the Whole sale Trade. Merchants visit- lni? XVaHSVllla XO TJUrChaSR Goods, -will please call and n m ... - -tr . T examine my sstock, which will be larsre. and comnriao very desirable and saleable Goods. I will receive fresh . . . , . SnppiieS trl-WeeiSly bV Z nrnea 4V. T).:i rp "j ... wt UiO M6UIU AlOUCt Ciry Mar,hal. Clerk's OSes, April 83, &si. 1 non noTcjcm ci 0 jibs, .wjj Jsavs'aajf no oiulitf ta eholu IT j-m r . 1 salarery low. Purchaeers wlil flad it to tht-w , teres to limine or stock befor balntr. 8. E. GI LB RT i CO. MACSEEIL. 75pckgeii, Ues. J. 3, n whole and half bbls and kitts. var let eu Jaet received, and for sa'e L0 W, by S. E. G m Co., ao. 4 Sycamore street. . PICKLED HKBEIKC 10 h.r hhU. uP oeived by D. UlLhKKT A U" may 7 No. 4 Sjoamore NJEW ALBANY TT, 3r . 75 W -m So. 15 Stale, Si., bet Main and the onr michinery to mtnafiutura V Q oJs of varion ries riptlons, b g leare t no- ce that we will mana acti e wool ntc at short notice, and gnarantee s tlsfict 01 who will favor ns with t sir atroasge ; ht work act be, when da iTered, a orjt will ma-e other ia p.'ae thereof, a til tb. areu contraote for. Buti.w e h va a -lor manafactariog th virions ( i ,1. made by oa. subject. hw ver, to rta od . tbeartio'es Ufc. In DiHnufctnrl g ihnni v.V dg and cottfn blng very in at e re t probabi ity .s .bat th- pr. I.jo a 1 tl" reduce the t rire ol men to s wln-n ih a vmi um uu'r new aof 01 t h a e-i invoH, lotbttyi'B 10 , nt a done br us w.U b earafci r TEBMS JTjB MAM : ACT J ;INf We tnva-isbiy find th - , . . . . rlo pioKing of the wool, tk'mi rs n. h tvli g " the wool and bring it as it come, mm ti e dar ning and s- Inning ny .lie ram, an f color..... ,t Carding and eitiunin u.y eifi'VuiLltllil' u, i.cmb4 jern, iwo or thre ply II Jraas. wearlDK h-u the wo leu yrn 1. . brought :r-Jj Bpun atd colored, wd finding black chaio Jeaus, weaving when she tw 'uru l'i f brought already Pna snd colore.!, we finding bine chsin Jeai s, any color except bint-, wh-ii ii'ita wool is breuhr, washed as it 1, ,n ee fiomtheaheop ; Jeai.s, blue or bxts niixol (iiYuVgoj!"w7th black chain; a8n ,r yd ; bli.e chain.... Jtaa, blue ot blue mixed (logooal. wilh black chain Jeaoe, when wool ia brought coiored.'we doiDg the spinning sconriug, wianiig aud fluding black chain ; Jt-ans, when wool is brought colurKl"'we doiDii the apinnicg, icourmp, weaving and hading blue ch;n ... Ki rseys, indigo b no, alt wool... ."" Kerseys, any other color than luilig blue flannel, in grease, oue yard w'ile,"'al white Flannel, soonred, one yaru widel'al whita Flannel, any color except blue and re plain, one yard wida. Flannel, barred with any color Blankets, plain white, tea quarters lor t (other sizes, prices accorjlrglv) S Fancy coverlets, any pattern, when t white wool is broi ght f The naavs of persona will be wove 01 the coverlet for Sati oett, when wool ia colored he brought to the factory Satir.ett, any coior except blue Batinett, blue or niixe.',(indlgo) - We will also have on band all the a which we will sell low for ch, or e wool at the highest market price. Always on hand a god soppl i Men's Socks and Ladief Hercha ts will do well to giro na ' buying any of tbe above gooua Uewb J" Persons wi-ihing to travel as rg j It to their interest to engnge In the gKMS, as th will furni u tuo.te wifihlil in tbs buf inees at such prioe. a. will ,'; to wiiolesle or retail as fiw ageuis i supplied. . - f TEEMS INVAHIAELY, On c'eliver, or Wo I, Enron, and Pt in txchuugn. The Jligheit Price PaiJ in Cat. , . ; . lor Wool, - " ' J. T. CB In ord ir to accommodate per at a di.tancs from the F&otory, we ba the followli g persons, at their var I bosinesi, to receive Wool of fur me wbich tber may wish matiuracturcd li above kinds ct Goods, tbrrebf savli driving a lotg road to g t to tbe il when done wi I be returned to tbe for delivery to the proper owners : Ono. K. Aydklottk, Aydelott'i La ooanty, By. . Anaa Ackibmabn, Borne Indiana. O. D. AtdiLott, New Arart- rdatn, Haaaaa at Hon, Gorgtown, Ind. Job H. Prcirria. Milltown, lid." Ci.dwslv 4 Hmn, Leevon worth, fa" Gsoaoa Zimmishak, iy miles nor town. JOHN T. CfiEE tnayS-dlw lot of those nice BHAKfCR cheap at 25 cents each, at VICKIE octx Ko. 8- TO V invite their attention to on stock of HARDWARE AND CI Bloods O. 8. Grits . Grain, mrl v Straw and Hav Knie. Cradlx. 2 forks, Scythe Stones, bhoveli, 84 ad-1 ! Am, Trace and Log ;baini, Bi Combe, Naiis, xnd a complete a som SHELF II 1 R D tor j .to CASH buye Closest JACOB STEATTB & apl 74 Man nt., ix-u, Wahi BOOTS ASD MIC HB JPMJVBHT JLOT tV Muwi'. and Shildrsa.' Gj.tfi moral Boots, Mippera, Ac, of tLs lai out. Juat received, and f r sa! ve'j Also, a tupernue article ot lr Glove Kid, fur g-nts' boots and gal tbe n neet workmen. LftdlM wlsiimtr BimAthlitr nrat A, I tbme-vee aud iamllioa, wi;l .sn ling on - :. Jl-Ht Ko. 8 8. Ca new Beef Tobitiips, at dec28 i--''- VICHEBT BROS., Agency for Soldiers cr fc"MI"" i wtuilbBS i - procure lov I Bounty Money, Arrears of Fay, am I ranta. under the eewny actio! Vont I Fees moderate; aad no prt of thel lected till the claim is ecorel Office on the north aide of Third Hi jiain ana .bocust, Kvaowilla, Indlm VTfi: ust received at eCHAPEKB 4 BT No. 4'J tow bv 8. Ml G1LI hlO,-iT ISO DOZBjyr'CoHl Oil Chlm sizes. trmortainj some new offered the pnblio in th place, Jusl steamer Lianoaster, and for sale at vitati fcblS Ko. 8if rmVMUBit-B, K. Butter, an Jit. aioe things, can be had at dee7 - r fMm. imperltur Xoung tl r j er aad Ooleog Teas, at from i ib., at o M2d gross eaca, for aale by oclS & X. OiLI sep Sa. 82 hard time. Toung Amerloa mu mraal H. A. COOS is in raoiptf ment, tbe Brat teceived ia tbe city t. 2 dosen willow toe na ut co X do do da wnh covei 2 do do do en spriugs 9 Oo aborted wood body cabi 1 de Yonng A merles KxoeU: At mb3l.'3 JST g pS-MJVl JtJUt'f2S ton. AJt Bran, at II. A. X fnu Mail ISti s Clerk.