A. RUSH'S CO N FECTIO N ER Y;1
. sizmovea to oeeona street, near Mam, ' - - i
, " J Vf MEMO YMD Jit V COJVfHt'.
-a, tiuuury to the above limed place, and in aiJUi
lion te mv old boa mesa have also open ad a
A FIRST-CLASS BAKERY,
And prbtuien to my old and naw patrons, that who.
ver "ay give me an order for Cake and Confec
tioneries, I will furnish them in auoh a atria aa
would be crediiable at the " White Bouse."
Ifcbl9dtm Second Street, near Main.
C. SCHMITT & STARK,
Wholesale and KetaU Dealers la
" French, English & American
APE R -HANGINGS
- -Mt'SLlN AND FAFKR
-tadea and Fixtures, Curtain Goods, OHt Oor.
iir.es, curtain nni and i'arler Mirrors.
No. 8 and S First street, EvansvUle, Indiana,
(SOCCESSOB TO STIKLI HUNNGL,)
d ST.r BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY
EVANS VILLE. INDIANA.
VSH, D8UKS, WINDOW BLINDS,
gut ti tiy k it t,t7.nanu,
itorda, Laths, rc.,ol every description constant
y hand. Packing Boxes of all binds made to
rder. Sewing of every kind dona on the shortest
uotioe. . aprlK.ly
Corner Main and Fonrth Sts.,
T. a: harrow proprietor.
ONE COLLAR PER DAY.
nov21-tf - .- .
(Snoceesor to Decker A Kramer),
UANUFA CTVRER OF LARD t OIL,
soar aaii j Ai xrx.&-,
Also an extra article of
tJijyri.y-fj, avav, can on..
Dealers in Rosin, Soda, Ashes, o. Also .
PURE CATAWBA WINE.
. enr own raising, in quantities toauit purchasers,
a JSaim ttrt ft, ftrtl tt StmX,
aWTerms cash, or 40 days' paper negotiable in
JAMES T. WALKER,
JUSTICE Of T U R P A C k
6EKEBAL COLLECTING AGEN ,
Office on Third street, between Main mil Sya-
(FOBUKBLT OF STEULS A UCNNKLL.)
' COBHKB Of
WALNUT STRBKT AND THE CANAL,
rWVBM JYK I Ji HTJl it L 1 8 ff.fl KjT
Jm. ra now in fnll operation, with new and com
piete Machinery of the latmt style, for Planing aud
Sreasing Lnniber, Planing; and Grooving Flooring,
making Doors and Sash Monldings, Window
Biinds, and eeery other doecriDtion of work done
ta stM-h estajaishmenta. -
All work at these Mills warranted to be well
done, and ill be offered at the lowest cash pri- ea.
Dry Poplar Flooring and Weatherboarding con
ksotly on hand, and will be sold for cash. . .
Urackets and Scrolls sawd to any pattern. "
blitting and all kinds of Sawing done to order,
sa '.Mn tUe most approved style.
Ji WM. HFNITKlti.
3P- 3Vo3s-xrn; ,
WBOLB8ALI DBALBB IH
GROCERIES & LIQUORS,
Mo. H West First street,
DiS-ty EYAMSYILLK.TSP. '
GREAT BARGAINS! I I
Dry Goods, Boots & Shoos,
Hats, Gaps, &c.
JOHN J. MERRITT, 1
$.jTaQuess V Co.,
Oder great Inducements to BKTA1 b Cash Cos to in
era in the selection from their Large, New, and
Elegant Stoek of Fashionable Dry 8-otis, Boots,
Bhoes, Bats and Caps,
AT WHOLESALE PRICES I
WHITE GOODS, and DOMESTICS
Offered at 35 per tl less than heretofore re-
tailed at in the city.
AH are invited to come and compare aaality and
. price with any other bonne in the city.
- J. S. JAQUESS A CO.,
spU-lyd-cl2t No. 10 First street.
L A VV &
a. a. ismsa, (Notary Fnb'ic
A NT H E S,
. . ATTOUXKVS AT LAW,
. JENKkAL COLLECTION AM) KtAb ESTATE
-ufflce lio.'- iT Main acreet, eppoaite the Con r
jaiUS.Vs, uuK8, r I. UH H n , ice.
JLm, We have just opened a large stoc ol Bonnet
and Trimming Kibbons, French Flowers, Hoses,
Flumes, ttuabea, and Millinery Ooods gennrally.
- bCUAPK.aH a B(Ji-lN(i,
novJO 49 Main St
" OtoxtIxdis Stocli
. or .
AT MRS. HASTINGS,
Main Street, between ' Fir$t and Second. v
UJVR JUST BtSCKIVEll .Jit
SprU g StncK of Milliuery Oixxls, constating
c( Bonnnia, Kibbons, Fancy O lods, which . s7
were bongut at very low figures, and will be aula f
tor cash only, at prices to suit the times. , T
The attention of the' ladies Is called to thiff
stock, which is the largest and but selected evtr -'
brought to ihii market.
aprG-3md MBS. J. nASTiyG3.
2? KfJ f CMMJYtt t iriJ'f.l,euo 4
MM. best quality for sale lew by -. i
novS - 8. S. GILBERT CO. -
jTIOCOJI JVVTSX cask, new crop, jist re
ceived and tor sale by
GILBERT 4 to.,
No. 4 Sycamore stnet.
lfL.fi f O UTJJJi m. 1 1 keg., for aale-
by - mhlO -s. t, BILUtKT s tu .
. -W9BST Of BM.VM MJYK, fOB gJLB
MJ at SchUepCr'e New Sing Store.
SODA Ash aad Potash, for sals at fckhlaoj,fer'a
Hew Drug Store.
CQNBAD'3 Bng Poison. The best bng destroy
or in the world, for sa'.e at H. J. Fchlaepter's New
JLST reoeivel. Another supp'y cf tbe genniue
t eruviaa Syrup, at Schla:pfcr's New Drug Store.
Ohio Rye Coffee.
trx m t- Route noun to bus-
JBLJ TON'S now to get some of tint justly tele
r a ted Ohio By Coffee, which has just arrived per
, t eemar Lancastar Now 4.
AUo received per railroad, 53 bushels cf Indiana
growth of By Ooffee, which goet oS like hot cakes
ateatremely low prioes for cash, and cash only, at
! fttbt . . Teed Store, Water strset
frk. LsiVirr (Notary Pub.i-,) 8. R. Uouiiwi
LEAVITT & HORN BROOK,
- Oalleerkin and Beal Setata-Agente. - Will attend
also uncollecting Soldiers' and Government claims
ol every deacription.
. . Office on Third Street, bet. Main and Sycamore;
mar? - - . i
BVTTB St. 3 dozsn nioe
frseh Eirgs lor 35 cents, and pounds ehoiee
hotter far a quarter, at VICKERY BROS.- -n3
No. Si Main street.
if Slight Cold,
or f gfa &7Aaa,
which, might hsf checked
urith '- a simple remadur
if neglected, often, terminates seriously.
Few are aware of the importance qf
stopping a rfZaugh. or &LLgJLt
fcld. in, its Jirst stage ; that which
in, the beginning would yield to ' a'
mild remedy, if net attended to, seen
attacks the lungs.
4ac.iuji'ei Qfiaiidtlalgf touches,
were first introduced eleven years a&6:
It has been proved that they are the
best article before the public for
jjflsn.rrux, cttah, the HacHng
Cough in'cJz&umLtlarz, and
numerous affections of the jSFhfaat,
giving immediate relief. " ''
JRuoiie Speakers ff Singers
Will fnd thsm effectual for clearing
and strengthening the voice.
Sold by all (2ruggisi3 and (Dealers
in Jfiedicine, at 25 cents per box.'-. ! '.' ;'
Sold in Eransrille by
KELLER 4 WHITE. I
Liver Complaint. Fever & Ague, &o
THS SQCCeSsfnl introdnrtlan anil Tt.. .f .hi. 1-
rated Kenwxiy has been the ahrnml for A
of oore pounds called Bitters." -offered in variona
ii-ruis, iron a quart Dottle to a live-gallon keg, un
til this word Bitters V 4 bat another, name tor
gig," or some villainous whisky mixture.
But the really (Croat relief derived from th mln,
nte dose, one teas soon fn I. of onr nudiHn..
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters,
and Of enrtre abssaee of after prottrolion, has estab
lished for it a reputation which the boat of imita
tions and counterfeits have failed to undermine this
positively vegetable Drerjaratina. with li.r.1. .nm
But one size of the genuine (Half. Pint Bottles),
It is a medicine of lona- triad nffinn fnr v,.,'a.:
htg th Blood, so essential for tho fnnnrl.tinn
good health and for correcting diordr. of th
stomach and bowels.
Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of its
salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain
its strength, a healthy action of the liver, bowels,
and kidneys will soon take place. anl renewed
nealta be the quick result. "
- for MJVitMVMBTMOJV, Try ; -
Bcsrhave's Holland Bitters.
Bcerhave Holland Bitters.
' - - - - Jar JVIUMTV, Try -
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
Bcernave's Holland Bitters.
- Jfr HBJiVHJtt Trm
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
fur JyOSS Of JffJiriTK. Try .
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
, for flitNTI V3tJVtna.
Bcsrhave's Holland Bitters.
- fr fJJ,Mtgm Trm'
Bcerhave's Hofland Bitters.
la all Nervous. Bheomatic, and Nsnralgio Affec
tloua, it baa in nnmerous it stunces nroveu hirhlv
beDttficial, and in others eflkoert a decided cure.
- . : Htitl Uarafuily I ;.
The genuine. hlKhlv-cunuentrsied Boerhave"s Hol
la ml Bitters is put up in hitlf piut bottles only, and
retailed at One Dollar pr bottle.' The great de.
maud for this truly cele'ruted medicine has induc
ed many imitations, which the public should guard
against purchasing, 's s- ? - - -- s
nevart of mpotUtu I ' Sre that our shim u on (As
iaixti of everj botlU you buy.-
Benjamin Page.L Jr.',: & Co.,
tl IT8BUKUU, PA.
AGENTS, Evantville, Ind.
Wholera'e Dealer in
CAP.l LETTER, MANILLA, WEAPPINa
Printers Cut Cards, Bonnet Boards,
nrwa aiuK r.raa, ra'nTEaa I, sc.,
No. AH'A Main Street, between 6th and 7th streets,
89 Higheit price paid for rags. f
FRUIT TREE S,
O MiVJJI tiJYTJ L 8HBVBS, - -
Evergreens, -Roses, &c, &c.
CULlTVAtEO ND KOK SALE AT THE
30 XJ X. m JE3 JEL
BATEHAM, HANFORD & CO.;
by C. r
BEN. STINSON AMD JOHN TENNIS,.
KvAShVILLK, I NO..
Procure INVALID PENSIONS, BOUNTY HON
KY, AIUIKAUS Of PAY, l and VVarranU,-and
j oilier Government promises, for claimants justly
enviiei. ko rnargea nnni claims are secoreu.
. Orr-va On Ttird Street, near Uaiu. ;
4- - fcb6.3md. .. j
lliliitery - Goods.
... . AT -i-
VVH0LESAIE AND RETAIL,
SCHAPKER : & USSI N G'S,
; ; r. : , -KO. 4 0 . ilA I K STH-EET;
Ww stock cf trimmed an 4 untrimmed Bonnets,
Bats, Tlowsrs.-Buvues, IUoIioms, Nets, Ac, and
Having a skillful trimmer 'engaged for the sea
son, we will trim Bonnets and Hats at short no
tice. - . SCUAPKER BOSINK,
ap23 - r . : ., - No. 43 Main street.
CIIKA M VOffBK -- SrtJJM
' 4 younds good Bio Coffee f one 4ollar at
10 pounds good brown sugar for one dollar.
S pound white " "
At Viskery Bros.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE. A "Fairbanks"
eonnter scale for a platlorm scale. One of 800 to
1,1-00 pounds diaugbt preferred.
aprlO No. 82 Main Srroet.
m 400 kegs nai.e, all sites, at George
V V Foster A Co.'s.
SEAMLESS BAGS. 4,050 stainless bags, at
r3i. IWnr fo 'i.
POTATOES. 3,000 bnsbels (Neehanoe aud Pink"
Eye), at George Fostrr ft Oo 's.
CEMENT AND LIME. 50 bbls fresh hydraulic
emeiit : CO bbll fre;h wh'te lime.
GEO. FOSTER CO.,
rur28 Ootner Locust and Oanal.
TOWNSHIP LIBRARY NOTICE
rWBK TO WJYBII1F I; K M BAT
Jt will be kept constantly open from this date,
for th use of the citizens of Pieeon Township at
th Townxhip Trustee's office (wiih Jm. T. Walser)
Third street, nearly opposite the Court Bouse,
Xansville, Sundays and the usual holidays only
exceptel. Ofilce hours from 9 A. M. to 5 P. ltt.
ay23-d3w Township Trustee.
: W9tcjl '50 bbls beat quality, for sale by
atB. feb!3 , 8. E. GILBERT A -CO. -
' ?VS-KS -BMJrMJ, OfJVJBIfVMOf'
Ji. of Molasses, from the Sootbri- recelv d and
fet aale ky the barrel, half barrel, at retail, by
BKIL LY ft CO., 4f Mala St.
Rates of ; AdveitisiM. :
' I - 60 1 00 1 25 1 5uf I 75
iPof. I -i, 76( JJS J60I ItOl f25 8 90
Da. 1 00 l;M 1 75 25 5 75 3 S6
Daps. 1S5 1 901 9 oO.S lr ; 575 IS
5 f -1 9 f -8 K:t 8 80 I S 60 iw I 4 UO
I Wh. t 1 60 8 B5 r 3 00 S 76 - 4 60 6 26
"' t 2 50 3 T61 6 00 y 26 7 50J 75
-k y A y (- t 60 S 00 7 0 j 00 lo 50
1 Ho. f. 4 IW a eo t GO ,10 00 18 OO 14
- .: !&t 8 75 I 11 50 13 76 Is 00 I 18 76
Ho t. T 60 ! 11 26 16 00 18 76 1 22 60 26
t Ma't. t 8 fOj 18 76 r IT O0 j 21 85 t 86 60 8 76
6 Mo'. 10 tK) f It 00 80 00 86 00 30 00 I 36 W
iJUo': 13 00 18 60 ) 86 OQf 33 60 t 39 00 f 46 68
8 Jfe's 1 16 00 88 60 SO 00 37 60 46 0 1 M iO.
.. AdvertlfUng In tbe Weakly.
One square, one iosertion ..l 60
. ,.,:.; two 1 50
' " three ......... .... J o)
For each subaeqaent insertion, and . tor
each Insertion nf pAr-h arlrlifiXn.l '. -7
, sqnn;yi... --....,., :0 ftO
. AQvertigementa published in both the
Dai'.T and Jhe .Weekly Joubal will be
Charred the fuU'paily rates, with one" half
vne rv eeitiy rateg aaaea." - -'
'r, Basihes? notices publJsfced In the -local
columns, wijl be charged for each insertion
tea cents per lice.
--Charges will be made for insertinp- the
notices or tna touowlnr Urders. societies
and Associations at the rates named, to be
paia in aavance. " ' i ? ;
. Military Companies, Order of Odd Fel
lows, Masonio Orders, Benevolent Societies
and Singing Societies
For each notice not exceeding 8 lines 25
cents for each. insertion; OTer eight lines a
tkis rate, s ;;;." : ? (
Announcing deaths with funeral notice
attached, $ 1 ; with oat notice, free. - ; '.' '
Marriage notices 50 cents.
Notices of Festivals, Picnics and Excur
sions, gotten up by - individuals or associa
tions, or by churches, at regnlar prices.
Advertisements leaded and placed under
the head of Special Notices, if ten lines or
over, will be charged double the usual
Advertisements making less than three J
lines, inserted once in the Daily, will Lc
charged fifty cents.
Yearly advertisers to pay quarterly.
Announcing candidates of every descrio-
Uon to be charged at the rate of $ I 50 for
each name in the Daily, and $2 in the Daily
and Weekly, the same to be, in all cases,
paid in advance.
KVANSVILLR JOURNAL CO.
lfJTW-K J! VO If SVffVMBU
w V with the ealebratad lunnnn, IWI nil
Burners, requiring only a chimney from two to
fonr inches long, and no damaer efexnlomiom. Alao.
a line assortment of Chandeliers ani varions other
banging lamps, suitable for pnblie aud nrivate
hall, churches, stores, to . ta. Abo. a ereod aa.
sorrmeut of kitchen and Darlor LamDs. all of
which we propose to sell fully 25 pr cat. low.r
Tf nm f roc
xv. J Y.."""""
at we are prepared to daoticnt-
bill, vt Imm i IfVUt U . IU VIUU
' llVVIbl IU VIBCIBnl Vt VHOVCefB.
Wegetonr founts, pegs, tases, burners, ate; ite.,
dirrt t lroot the mana(ao;irora in Connecticut and
almwbere, and put them np here; we are therefore
enabled to warrant every lamp period, beside
saving breakage) freight, Ac, 4c.
can be altered to burn Coal Oil at a nn'l expense
and those who nave broken lamps can have their
burners cut 'on -new ones or now font out to old
marblecasesVby leaving them at
i.i m V f i 1. ii k n iiau v . . i
uiilif iun.nl uuvro, cu o. uaia .w
Wnen strangers sea crowds passing to and fro,
Tttey ask wnat does ail tnis nurrying mean I :
Wliy they're going to that popular store
Of Schapker A Bussibg's for new goods to see.
Tbey are always the first of the season ,
To supply their customers with good-, streng and
11 ne, : -
And to buy goods at prices in reason.
.trotothe store; on Alain street, number forty -
uine.- - -
If our customers will but notice tb is,
We will give them a few items and a nrice list.
Our Prints at twelve and 'half cents can't be bear
The colors perfectly fast, and styles voiy neat ;
De Laines and Chillies of every kind,
At all prioes, to suit the most tasty minis,
BleacVd and unbleach'd Muslins at twelve end
- 'half, - - - -
IVbo'd grumble at that weald grumble at being
a.lexnder Kid Gloves fer one doll' sell.
Jut Silk, Lisle Thread, and Cotton Gloves ws keep
Our steck of Hoosiery U new complete.
witn anoes that make the Teet look so very neat ;
la short, to And a Drv Geods stock eomoleta.
Gq to Sehapker A Bnsaing's, forty-nine Main street
SHOVES, CASTINGS, AND
faOLjiMJLX JVO JtfTJMl4
COOP CHANCE FOR BARGAINS.
" Thi tmdersU;ued have a large and complete as.
sortmeut of the above articles of the latent styles
and the post durable quality, which they offer on
tae most reasonaDie terms.
' They manufacture ali kinds of
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES,
Grates, Hollow- are, tiastiugs, and the best ol
Tinware. -- j ' -
Ihe times are' hard, and we design to sell cheap
in proportion. . Every article is iasured to be of
tbe liett quality. -
Remember the place on Main street, opposite
the Court Ho use.
jauZl BBIBKHXTER CO.
023 2FLoxA7-ar ci-
MMVBBKMV : Tit MB VMitt it f -
WARE. The above reward will be ptid for
such information aa will lead to the detection and
conviction of tbe person or persons who hava been
guilty of aneakihg into yards and gardens in the
night time, and carrying off rose bnhee at:d ether
shrubbery. W. BAKER, Mayor.
Mayor's t ffice, Evansville, April i9;h, 1862.
Notice of Application for License-
mmoTICK IS HKUfBV UMVJBJY
sV V tbat we will apply to the - Beard of Count
Com m iaaso ners of Vanderburgh county, at their
next term, oommer-cing on the first Monday in
June, 1S62, for license to sell intoxicating liquors
in a less quantity than a qnart', for the term of ene
Oor place of business is on Water street. Lot No.
4, Old Plan of the City of Evansville.
ap?5-d3w H. SCHAFTKR t OO.
TEXTB4 mUaJtB CCBXM MJMH.
3,600 extra a agar curei Hams, just received.
BACON. 600 lbs Choice Lean Bte kfast Bacen,
BR1KD BEEF. 1,090 lbs choUe canvassed dried
Beef v 1.009 lbs nneaavasssd do, just received.
. SHOCLBEBS. 2 hhds extra sugar eared fchoul-dersT-Jxist
CABBAGE. 200 choice heads Cabbage.
PARSNIPS. 15 bushels choice Paranips.
i 1,600 sacks cboico fine table Salt.
. DO boxes extra fine table Salt. -
lOO reams assarted sixes wrapping paper.
. BRAN. 750 sacks rich country Bran.
FAMILY TLOTJB. 35 bbls choice family
Floor. . ,
BOAST BYE AND BARLEY. 1,000 lbs prime
roaatf d Rye and Barley seedy for avse.
, ONIONS. 20 bbls prime Onions, at
mh3 . S. A. COOKS.
MT WHEAT FL0CR in any quantities to sail
the trade, fresh and good
C. 60UU 100 kegs best Newcastle.
ocl2 8. E. GILBXBT ft OO.
mOMtittUM OX Jf 8 8 a S. l bbU. 8or
gbom i i ilaxa fin, far superior to tbe last, just
teewvad and for sale at - VICKSBY BBOS.,
. ecT - - o. f Main at.
J -EVMSVnJiEy jjyDcTUESPAY IQBNiyG;;;MAY im.
JAM 3 B. McNEELY. .
. F. M. THAT KB. - i '
;', r.r-i - 'MO- H.. MoNXILT,
VVDEB THI riKM op m
Jouraal Euildiags, Locust St.,
. . jsses first, m War. ' -
REGULATIONS FOR 1862.
13 fAU Advertisements
amounting to $3 or less must
invariably be paid in advance
to secure attention.' V J
All Job Work must be naid
for .ron ; delivervv Transient
Work must be nre-uaid. o
t 31 A t 5
;M 11 J 18
SUNDAY NIGHT'S REPORT.
HigUy interesting and im
portant Humphrey Mar
shall again in the field
Rebel estimate of Halleck's
Army Feat of a negro pi
lotOperations around sa
vannah Expedition on the
Pomunkey ElcClellan ad
Pensacola A grand ! and
bloody picket skirmish
near Corinth Latest from
the Gunboats Movements
of Gen. Curtis March-on
Little RocJc Within ; 300
yards of the Rebel Vorks
Great battle imminent.
SPECIAL TO TTB XIW YORK TR1B0SE.
' III AD QOABTEIW MOTJKTAIS DKPT,
Franklin, V., via Baltimore, Ma 17,
Unofficial dispatches but considered relia- ;
ble, announce tbat Princeton, the Capital of
Mercer county, where Gen. Vox's advance
was stationed, was attacked and captared
yesterday by tbe rebels under Oumphrev
Marshall. ' i . .
This morning; tbe place was recapjareij
aod the rebela defeated by Gen. Ooi,. ;No(
particulars. Scouts report that tbe rebels
bad been reinforced. ' T0 I
SPTXIAL TO THE TIMES.
Memphis papers of the 14th are looking
for a battle at Corinth with terrible inter
est. They estimate tbe Federal army at
60.000 and insist that it is greatly demor
alized. :" - i .
They say they don't allow themselves" to
think of beinf? defeated. Beauregard": fa:
undoubtedly at Corinth. . ; -.-.-rr
Nw York, Hay 18. By tbe Atlantic
from Port Royal we learn that a negro pi
lot, brought from Charleston, a fast rebel
tug with a number of guns destined; for
Fort Ripley. He surrendered her to. 'oar
squadron. He is a'areat acuisition, ' kdow-4
mg all tbe intricacies of navigation in tbat
Hunter's proclamation has been published
in Charleston. A negro insurrection
imminent. Vast preparations were .mak
ing to bombard Savannah. Our gunboats
are up tbe river and our pickets within four
miles of tbe city. Masai ve batteries--' of
Parrotl guns are erected around tbe . city.
We have a portion of the Charleston -aod
Savannah railroad in our possession. . t. ,
Whitb House, Virginia, 1
May I7th, 1862.
To Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War.:
A combined army and .naval: expedition
went some twenty-five miles np tbe Po
munkey river to-day, and forced the rebela
to destroy two steamers and some twenty
schooners. Tbe expedition was admirably
We have advanced considerably to-day,
Tbe roads ere improving;. -
Signed . GEO. B. MeCLELLAN.
Washington,' May 18. The ' Navy De-:
partment has received a communication
from Com. Dupont, dated Port Royal, May
13th, giving an account of the capture of
several rebel schooners. No other news of
The P. O. Department directs all mail
matter destined for Buroside's command to
be hereafter eent to Near York.
Before Corinth, Miss., May T8.
The Mobile Advertiser and Register con
tains the following special : -
Pk.vsacola, May 10. At 12 o'clock last
ttight Peusacola Navy Yard ami Forts were
set on fire and destroyed. n.
When the enemy discovered what was
going on, Fort Pickens opened a furious
bombardment, which was kept up duriog
tbe conflagration, but doing no harm to any
one at Pensacola. All public property ex
cept tbe Custom House, which is incapable
Of being burned, was being moved.. : But
all movable confederate property has. been
saved. Tbe Railroad track leading : out of
the city towards Montgomery, was torn up
this morning. A federal vessel with a flag
CALENDAR FOR 1862;' i J -
5 !l8 13 M 13 IS-IT Ifijl 13 14WJl 7la l
5 'l-;80j21 IS i.'VSt J5 b" 21 2ij23i24.26 26
: !26j87 28 2 !,3l ... 87 28 2.3W3lL -
; !...!. -J,... i! fi..; .... j i
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g 9 10 II 12 13; 14 1 51 g. 1(. 1 12 13 14 t5 T'
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Major Boell refused to comtlv with tbe
demand, budsaid that all tbe military forces
bad left, and be bad no power to oppose.
The Federal officer replied that they would
occupy the e'ity to-morrow, but the inhabit-
anu need not. be alarmed.
: Loci'ivrcL May-n i8.The: ; steam ram
Switzerland got aground, in the canal to
day, preventing the passage of. boats.
The steamer ,Glendale, with hospital
stores for 'Pittsburg Landing, was obliged
to Vetura to Cincinnati, as there is bat two
feet water on the falls. - :T' " .
The Franklin will carry forward her
Stores, .ij.: : k;J
fTitnn "" Mar', 1 B Tli." .Iu.. B.
from Pittsburg Landing has arrived. 'News
A -picket ekfrmish had taken place. Tast
ing neatly two . day g.t The' rebels . were
en back, tut not nntil they -succeeded
in burning abridge over a smalt stream Tour
miles - from! Cori nth. J Twelve! or- Our! men
are reported wounded. 'Deserters continue
'tOtrepoM'the'searcltyi of provisions in the
rebel camps.' Many :flf their cattle -are
starving for want of forage,' -3aerriiUu in
fest the country around Hickman.. INtw
Madrid and other, points, committing de
predations., , .. i f .
,New from bnr fleet, says several gun
boata,'' had 'cOme1 around Creighead Point;
yestefday to" feconnoiter." " The Benton
opened fire as soon as they came in 'range.
The rebels retreatecL. '" ' T ;
d The gunboat Mound CityT has been thor
oughly repaired and goes dotra to-night.' ,
Passengers by the Swan, give currency
to the rumor that Bragg is in command , at
Corinth, Beauregard having been called
into V irginia, to reorganize the rebel army
in tne vicinity. of Richmond.
Before Coristh, May; 17. Latest a
vices from Gen. Curtis are that his forces
are between Starcy and . Little Rock Ark.
rapidly marching on the Capital. ;
Uov. Kector bad called out tbe militia
and the people generally to "come out
Large numbers had applied to Curtis for
protection and desired to come under the
old flag. - ' l V
There has been a general adrance along
our lines to-day : towards Corinth, with
much Bkirmisbing and several Severe en
Gen. Sherman division lost forty-four
killed and a considerable number wounded
in attacking Russets boose which the
rebels have occupied for sometime -past,
worrying the pickets. We ,rucceeded in
driving tbe enemy from his 'position back
to his works. Our men' are under arms,
expecting an attack on- Sunday - morning.
Among the killed rebels left on the ground
was oue with a sword, supposed to be an
officer. Onr . forces under Major-General
Sherman still occupy Russet's house.
Skirmishers from the 8th Missouri' are
only about 300 yards from ' tbe enemy's
works. Several rifles have been captured
in tbe skirmish on the right, some perfectly
new, marked Bremen, much superior to tbe
riSes used by our sharp-shooters, having a
In all cases the rebels left on, the field tell
shot in the bead. The wounded are shot in
the neck and breast. The enemy's loss' are
on tbe field is about forty killed aud 100
wounded. :::..-. , . ' ' ' '
Deserters from Corinth all report tbe en
tire absence of Chloroform in the medical
stores, v There is probably none in the Con
federacy " "' " '
The weather is very warm, and the roads
quite lusty.": V r,': A , . ' 1
.Washington, May 18. 'No official report
of ibe gunboat affair on James river has
been-, received.- Messages received indicate
"the opportunity to" dQ""better"fn the future.
Lr&e riret.'-ist.lM)W'clcar of , obstructions to
within eigba miles, .of Richmond, At tbat
point there is"R"heavy battery on nigh
pfaiffl audbe rjryer.i8 jempoarily closed to
navigation . by " sunken - vessels, among
which are reported the York town and tbe
JanaeefdwB, piles of chains, &cv:; J -,
The Monitor could pot elevate her guns to
reach the bin ffr which rendered her useless.
The banks -of the river are filled with rifle
pits, from which anlncessant fire was pour
ed upon lhe fleet, a part tf which -was en
gaged 'within 600 to 1,000 yards of the
main battery. r
-After ao? actfon-" of "Jour tours, the fleet,
finding it impcacticable to silence the bat
tery on lh-3 jbljiff,' withdrew. Full particu
lars are expected to-morrow t Olil , ,
.1 '. ii . ' WhiteBoosb, VA., "'
T-,-.r-r; May 18th, 1862.
From the army-correspondent we have
the foilowing news :
1 Our advance forces on - the main road to
Richmond, via the Batton bridge, drove the
enemy across the Chickahomony river yes
Our troops, ot arriving at the bridge,
which is 15 miles from Richmond, found it
on fire, and were opened on by a rebel bat
tery. No one was injured. We expect
considerable difficulty in crossing here, as
the country is low and swampy. Our ad
vance from this point must be necessarily
slow, there being no river transportation,
and every available 'obstruction placed ia
the way by the rebels.- T -v.. i
The Richmoud Dispatch of the 12tb, ia
an article on the evacuation of Norfolk and.
Torktown, and the conduct of the men,
says : ; :- -
" By abandoning detached pointa impossi
ble to. defend, we concentrate powerful
forces on an essential point, and are enabled
to baffle the enemy in every attack of vital,
; This paper mentions a terrible panie ia
Richmond on Friday, on the approach of
our guuboats. . j
Baltimobb, May 18. The Old Point
boat brings no news. A rumor was currest
tbat Weldon, North Carolina, has been
abandoned by tbe rebels.
x wjjs a welt
V invito their attention
to our well selected ;
stock of . . t -. r. -.i --
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Bloods C. 8. Graai, Grain, and Briar Scythes,
Straw and Hay Knives, Cradles, 2, 3 and 4 psong
forks. Scythe Stenes, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Bake
Axes, Trace ana Mg cnaias, urasnss, uarrr 5
Combs, Nails, and a complete assortment of j
SHELF H ARD WABE,
, tor sale to CASH buyers at
Closest Prices Z?
JACOB STBATJB & S03,
. apU 74 Main ot., below Was Kington Uense.
. ' . ' f f ... . ' t ' i - , :
31 r.i L-i
N E VV A D V ERT1SE H E NTS.
AiTival aad l)epaitiire jof the
: 1 r
- (The tin bare set dawn- ia adjusted to contract
aears. On the River there; is variati u according
to circumstances. --' s-' j-,
i a i i .- Tiks ercLOsisa. !
SatlreM Mail (fur Vinoenaea, Terrs Haute,
Prinoeton," Washington,. Petersbur.tb ,
' Sullivatr, Carlisle, Kockvifle, Indiauapo. .,
lis. OxriciDnati.. LoOlsVillsv-fit. : Lonjs:
4 . Cairo, -Chicago and other Northern, Eaatsritr
and western points, and Bail road ay unices,
"very day except Sunday, at.....C; SA.M.
temitmiU . Mail (river) . evary ; Tnaaday ,
Thursday, and Saturday at . t r , . ; 6 r. .
Cutro Mail (river) every.' Monday'
Thursday at u .1 j 1 r. at.
i And every Toeedav and Ealnrdar at ) 12 at.
4 Oreenv i'mr MitU to Bowlinft Ureea and,
way points.) lUiscontinaed n aooount ot -
the Rebellion. J - - ; .-.' j
Jft Freo Aot (land) every :Tueday;
Thursday, and 8atnrday at , . . 1 X a. M.
ff Barmony , Mail every Monday, Wed-1 r. ,
esday, and ' ri.lay at " -": t a. u.
NewHarmeay, Stawartsvilla, PcsejvU'e, va :
Cynthiaaa.and Owensville letUrs too i : .-.
. and go daily. ..'-.'
Bockport It ail 1 iand) evary "Monday, 'Wed-
i nosday.and fiiday at . f-:'-Sa. a.
fsfarsswrys Jlfaa (way) every .Friday nt . fH a. a.
. vrijit-ini.nrgn lecurr ajc. come aai go ;
c br-Bailread-uaity.) ' - '---4 - ;
OynthiamA Mmil .vary WodnMtflay at-' ":" : T F. a.
.1 Leaves at o a. au ior1T morning.) -
ji irxary vranrit mail erery heUardy at 1 I p. ki
. . . TiMai -OF DEL1VKK1MO.
Btttrod Mail, evary day except Snaday at CVJ r. u
"""" nver; every luasaayw
., , Thursday, and Saturday by !
Vairo Mail (river) every Tuesday and Frii
1 flay by,-,. t 1 : vr-.t 1 9 A.M.
7 Ann every uunday aad Thursday at ,-? 1 7 a,
vrotn Kiwr Mail. I Discontinued on aecotuat
-of the Bebillion.l
J. FsrvMw.Jfa:iiand) every Monday, .
, weaineaay, and rriday by . . Sr. K
tieta Harmony Mail, every Tuesday, Than-
aay, ana Bacaraay by ' -- :' (r,a
mactpon tiau I land J every Sunday at 2 p. a.,
I and Wednesday and Friday at - 7 a.m.
. (Arrives tbe evening before, after office)
noars.t - 1 ;
Penlmr0h afaii (way) every Triday by : : Xa.i
Uynrkiana Mail every Friday at. . 7 A. 1
(Arrives the eveniiur before, after office hoars.)
atexory araneH Alauevery Bturdy -by- r 12 at
, Mtsr-foat Ouios eoecs a( 7 a. a. and otoaes at 7
r. a. on week dav.. - Deliver eleaaa from I In a
a. a. and from 6j to 6M P. M. on week days
during the dosing and opening of tbe Railroad
mail, uiuoe epea rrom iwip.a, tt-a eabbatn,
JAHIs tt.'MoNBELYi P. M
Kvaneville, Ind.. May 6, 18(2. , r
JUST RECEIVED. ;
ItlPE OP WASHINGTON,
1 FIVE VOLUMES IN OSV ' - .
Boyal Octavo Edition, in clear type, on fins paper
Handsomely Illustrated ! !
AND ELEGANTLY BOUND
In Cloth, Half Calf Antique, end in full Turkey
Corner Main and First Sts.
Urs. ELISE SPIEQELBEEO,
' . FASHI0VABL9 ".'
Cloak, Mantilla, and Dress Raking.
'.-'! ' . Pone to order, at ;
No. IS Fitt Street, bit. Main and Locust,
? IVANSVILLI, HID.
rmuo BToxf. ttovmn , ojr .nutwjv
Jm. . Dtreet, for sale or rent, cheap. -
enquire of . . CASPEB MABSHALL.
- npr8-lmd ' ' ' ' "
lor best article of coal
VICKERY BBOf .,
88 Malu at.
It VOMJVlu store and for sale by
BIJIJVKKTS -A fine lot of
MM heavy Ebirse Blanaets and
Covers just re--
&CUAPK.EK A BCHSiNO'S,
' No , Main atrre "'
TfAi JTEDBULK , JJYn MUSS
WW , Pork, Lard, Tallow, Bacon, Whea'.Cern,
Oats,- Bye, Hay,- Flour, Uried Apples. Dried
Peaches, reathers, : Rags,' 'Oeasang, - Beeswax,
Beans. Potatoee. Dry or Ureea Hides, or any other
produce in exchange for irrocwries.
GEO, FOSTER CO.
COOTS AND SHOES.
rmHH ftJVJBST JLOT OflMOrX8,f
JSL M isees', and Childrens Gaiters, Beets, Bal-
moral Boots, tappers, Ac:, of tbe latest : style, just
out. Just received, and for sale very low.
Also, a superfine article of French Calf and
Glove Kid, for grnts' boots and gaiters, made by
the finest workmen.
Ladies wieh'i.g something neat and dnrab e for
thmieSvet ami tamilses, will saw m on ay bycall-
lug uu .
. . ... juon bsbuh,
-' " '.'No. 8 Second Street.
IWI X X X I 0" 33 X-L H -
AT SCHAPKER & BuSSINGS, '
. r KO. 49 MAIS STREET.
11U J.BE JYO W
BMtCHtVIJS a Jt
WW larg, stock of Bonnets, Boahes.
aad French : Flowers, Bibbons, Childrens' and
Misses' Hats. Ac. -.:'' .
Ilavicg such a tact fjr buyinsc eheap, we will
leave notning nndone ti merit a cont.nnaace of
the repntation -'selling very cheap:' apS
JBJ B BRA fMtJHf CMJVCtJVJVJlTM
Corned Beef, just received at Partner Cald
well's No. 9 First street
PEACHES. A' doz. csns fresh Poachesjuat re
ceived at Nc. 9 First street.
LARD. 2'0 lbs strained Lard just received at
3 dot. Cot loo Rope jmf reclved at No.9 First
treat. . . .,
UOOSIER COFFEE! W 11 :Heosier Coffee,'
Ku. 1 article, roasted all ready for ne.
myS 1 . ;. No. 9 First street.
H. A. COOK'S."
1WMOBB ' BfX.OO busfaals prime selected
O'KsC Ohio Bye, at j. H. A. COOK'S.
ROAST Rye and Barley. ,
500 pounds roasted rye.
' 3O0 " barley, at H. A. Cook's.
SEED POTATOES: Prime Pink Eye aad Ne
shanock potatoes, at 20 cents per bushel, at H. A.
Cook's-. ' V "
SWEET POTATO PLANTS. 100.000,000 choice
sweet potato plants, on hand and to arrive, aud for
sale cheap in lots to soit at II. A. Cook's.
' ORANGES. 35 boxes, ehoiee, joet received at
H. A. Cock's.
LEMONS. 10 boxes, Just received, aiid for f ale
at H. A. Cook's.
CORN and OATS. 250 bushels ear ujtu. .
. . . ,. . . 75 bushels oats. -
F r sale at H. A.Cook's. . . i ,
SMOKED UALIBCT. 100 lbs selected suoksd
l:ibut. at H, A. Cook's.
CHOICK FAMILY FLODR.-
10O sacks ass .1 teJ brands eztrs flenr,
; I" 40 half sacks as wrted braada extra Soar,
For sale at H. A. Cook's.
'" !HEE5K. 40 bxs prime rioh old cheese,
10 ' ;. bow cheese, Just reoelv
elstU. A. Cook's.
COCOA NUTS. 1,000 ttesh ceeea note, received
taws day, at H. A. Cook's.
. T EABINE LARD 500 pounds prima leaf
at parin lard, at H. A. Ccos's. .
OOBN MEAL. 125 bushels fresh ground corn
owed, at H. A. COOK'S. .
ma5 t -
mmST BBCXMVMMt av chjlblkb
Of m. ABBE, at the St. Charles Saloon, on First
' -via' Oelebnted Dayton Ohio Ale, who has been ap
1 pointed tae sola agent tor tha a la of said llqnors.
) Sold cheap for cash. mayo-6md
n 1st E l laneous.'
- J. WIJSXSEH,
OFFICE: IN MARBLE HAll.
, ... , : (; KVAMSVILLE, IfgO.,
" BIS - V tf fUK F4BB1 ' TO TJi MH
M. Biaks and issue Policiea in several of tha r.1,1.
est and most reliable Insurance Companies of the
TTnited States.'' 8T0BES, STOCKS, DWELLINGM.
MLLL3 ASB"StANUFACT0RIE3, insured a tbe
most favorable rates. MARINE AND IN' A Mi
fyiOATI0;niBk taken on FLAT-BOATS.
BABGE3, STEAHIU0AT3 and their CABOOE3.
Alf". applications received for LIES I&Sl
B ANCE. '-.." ': , , ..
ed, ovex 15,000,000.
aWrOffloa, Marble Hall Bnl!d di, No.9 Main St.
tJV v tfV'
CASH ASSETS; JANUARY IST.1862 .
Losses -Paid, Upward of
Tha great pnblie aervioe, promptness and relia
bility of this well-triad aad at-rlin Vonu.,. r-
oomntend it - to preference with tuoie needing In
umnoa. - - i
KIT-Insarance soUcItel and Pnlicfe isstie4 ny
J. W. NEXSN. Agt,
febS . .Mafble Hall Bul'dmg. No 9 Halv St.
- AGAINST "
I TUP 171 D ETC At? CAT I
I 1 flU rillC J""U"""r AH
ITIIMK A" NO. I ISSCRASCK
... ta. rss
PiHEiMx m. mm
VF HARTFOKD, COSH.
The Pruits of the Phainix
- Are manifest in tbe followlr-e- itiimtii nf
PACTS AND FIGURES!
Showing the amonat equalized to public benefit. In
the shape: of losses said in tbe West and Ronti,.
during the past fooi years; a Una of valuable ser
vice, hsnorable aa well as commendable, and which
should suggest . ,
To every man who desires to bestow bis lusurauo,
patronage upon a
WELL TRIED CORPORATION.
, 8a,670 OS
, 84,220 13
, 19,323 &
, 6,663 ll
. 1,167 00
27 698 83
. mMn ,....,,,,
. 3ylWl 98.aa
.' In tk OanUohlo ottonmtmm, una prompt Cash re-
sbokm to loaaas, to PiKKXIX itandl nrm-oninmUn
at th head of itM profoaionf whil Urn ezeiwive, pro,
tical, mnd trat-eioas 6aaai syatsia of local agonvxt, it
not osmcelloa by amy Mmuar corporation in tut uoru.
tnsurancies soiicitao, ana policies issnea ana re
newed In this leading Oorpe ration, at fair rates by
J. VV. ACJtia, Resident Agent,
Ornoa: Afatble Hall Building, Main street.
sffO TTOJV BJt TTWVO ieo bales for
by 6. K. GILBERT A CO.,
- ocl2 - - 1 No. 4 eycamare street.
. B9BOOMSI BBOOJHsiS. select lot of
MM "Onion Village," ttbaker and other Broom
from 15 to 20c . 'VICKERY BRO
tdS ft M if 60 bushels lor sale iu auy
J quantity by 8. E. GILBERT A OO,
Janll- - : :.:.'..; : "
Attachment - Notice.
r9MWMJBMBJtO - BVtT Of mM T-
WW TACHMENT wai Issued out of my office
n the 12th day of April, 18iiJ, in fivor of Samuel
.Gilbert and William R. Bsker, against Dtniel
Fowler, and it appearing by affidavit that siid de
fendant is a non-resident of the Biate of Indiaiia,
and tbat service- could' not be had by summons,
said defendant Is hereby notified that tbe bearing
of said cause will take place at ray 1 ffice in Pigeon
Township, Vanderburg county, Indiana, on in
16th day of May, 1862, at nine o'clock in the fore
neon. G. W. UcBalUE.Juetlce.
asst.. . - . .. ..- - y j ap26-3w
THoHae E. UaaviN. j - Jaass Bern.
WAR CLAIM AGENCY,
, tJJM SA-.V ST Uttlll,
Attorneys at Law & ileal Estate
Office on TMrrTstreet, ,
. EVANSVILLE. INDIANA.
Gave peoullar facilities ia Waahinglon, and will
give prompt attention to the procuring of Pen.
sions. Back Pay, and Bounties, and the proseou
lion of claims against tbe Gownm-nt. m d 1 i
- FEESH GAEDEN SEEDS.
nruua huh sub, am off hub enu
JR. sale a well asrirtsd stock of fresh aud pure
tiardsn Seeds, all of which has bee a grown by
himself. Also, aboulbOO roots of Mjat'a Victoria
Khubatb, such as he batea supplying h Is custo.
mers with at his stall in market tas last two years.
One year old Catawba Grape Vines, Arborvliais
from two to Ave feet high.CaObage, i-w et Hotato
flanU, Ac, at his stall in tbs upiur Blarkei Hanae
on market mornings and at his Garden on tbe
Nswbnrgh road. Orders left at L. Meni's sto e on
Main street, adjoining Washington Hotel, will be
promptly attended to.
mhl9d2s WM. O. WEAVER.
CUSTAV H. KRACH,
DYER AND SCOURER,
jb ufjnmvitn mis n lrttijirti
and Seooring establishment from Iiooust St.
to First St., between Syramore and Vine, opposite
Mexart Hall, where he is prepared to do all kinds
ot Dyeing and Scouring in th. most approved
manner. He asks the continuance) of old patron
age and new. maiSl-lmd .
PlOWS Z JElitZ'XX7'& I
GET THE BEST. '
The UnriFaled Western Tiller,
. Manufactured by
JT at TJaitMl States Fair, at Louisville, In IS61.
over seven eompettlors on actual trial.
Merchant, and planters supplied at msnufactur.
ra nricea - 7 - -. .1 DAN'L MORiAK,
IpVi .' - No. 8 First street.
C aobbls Llnsd OiU Hi perfect order, for sale
tfciThhi t teas than it eao be bonrt in Oiucia
tV tne nm at m. .ir.nir u -p jm, rv
Ka. A Byearaoree
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