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t J EVANSVILLE, IND. MONDAY .NOVEMBER 16. 1 JOIRXAL BINDERY The publishers of the ErantviU journal hive "tt?nu EuLii.hment, a first class bin dry and Maxt or or BxBoois. mgmcm 1 11C ft I IV. IS ' 1 1 OV11IV vi a " biui u las I lie West, they are prepared to .went- orders at cin- cii.nati and Louisville prices. Every description of Blank Books, such as Railroad, County. Banking, Mercantile, and For- irardiu;; Books, manufactured to order and from t mm--. --.I .-t., .... exocu-ed in a superior manner. All kinds of Printed Work, such as Magazines, Li.v and Medical Works. Pamphlets and old books re bound in every variety of style from half-bound to Antique and Full Gilt Work. CITY NEWS. ! tggFor Commercial and River News see fourth page. GB.A.WD j EMONSTRATi'ON- The Farmers of Old Vanderburg Aroused. Comfort frr the Soldiers' Families. An Immense Procession. A Sumptuous Repast. Genuine Patriotic Joy. Marie and Banners. Saturday was a proud day for Vauder bnrg comity. The patriotism of the peo ple of the whole people never burned more brightly, or shone forth more re splenJently. !t was the spontaneous up-rising of the sovereigns of the land to demonstrate to the rebels in arms, to our brave soldiers in the field, to their families at home, and to the world abroad, that the war should be prosecuted to a successful issue, and that all would give of thi ir means, of their money, time and influence, to accomplish this end but, most o' all, to demonstrate to those who are at the front, meeting the .shock oT battle, that their wives and little ones at home should be preserved from hun-g--r, cold and nakedness. The weather was not the most propi" tious. and many misgivings were felt and expressed that the affair would prove a failure, and that, instead of a scarcity o provisions with which to refresh the farmers, there would be a scarcity of farmers to consume the provisions. But t'tese held at too low an estimate the deep-burning patriotism and large-herat" ed benevolence of the sturdy yeomanry of glorious old Vanderburg. No fierce blasts of November winds could chil' their warm hearts no threatening clouds could dampen the ardor of their patriot ism. As early as 8 o'clock a few scattering loads began to arrive, and every half hour the coming increased, until, by 11 o'clock Main and Third streets were crowded until almost impassible. One-horse teams, two-horse teams, and ox teams, and even drays, continued to BifHt; ut.vx 1 - - p . At half-past 11 o'clock the celebrated Crescent City Band made their appear ance on the corner of Main and Third streets, where they enlivened the scene with their unequaled music. In the meantime, as the teams arrived; the spirit of the people was stirred up, and banners were flung to the breeze, and a magnificent flag wa3 stretched across the street from Decker's to Scant lin's stores. The sidewalks were also crowded with men, women and children, and every eye was sparkling with glad ness. At a quarter to 12 a procession whs formed, under direction of Mr. John Greek, Township Trustee, and City Mar shal Nel-ion. Deploying on Third street, and led by the Crescent City Band, dis coursing the most soul-stirring music, the procession proceeded up Third street to Chestnut, down Chestnut to Vter, down Water to Main, up Main to Third, down Third to Division, down Division to First, up First to Main, up Main to Third, and again down Third to Vine where the wood from over 100 wagons were nnloaded and piled upon a vacant lot on the corner. As the procession passed down Third street the second time, the spectacle was most magnificent. The head of the procession entered Third street as the rear was crossing Vine, thus extending over eight squ ares in length, Near thirty teams afterwards came in which were too late to join iu the proces sion, otherwise the granj display would have extended more than ten squares. The loads Were almost without exception of good size,some of them measuring near a cord, and one or two exceeding that amount, and the wood was of an excel lent quality showing that the farmers didVnot give grudgingly, but with a liber, ality and munificence worthy the cause, and most creditable to the givers. As we gazd from the balcony of the j with him. Washington House, at the long line of j The war in which we are now engaged wagons so liberally piled with wood, we I 18 carried on by Union men, from prin- thought" what a shout of gladness and f. a conflict between ., . ,,. freedom on the one hand, and despotism joy would go np from the brave soldiers j on the other. We of the North were in the camps in the field and in the hos- j slow to go into it We appealed to the pitals. could they see this grand demon- ' tea consanguinity, and to all the en stration in behalf of their wives and lit- j dearinS associations that bound us to- ,r,. , , . , " , . I gether as a people in the past They tie one. They would at least feel sat- j lnswered these appeals by the hostile lsfied tuere would be no suffering while cannon. But the hot blood of the North there remains wood in Vanderburgh ! is UP now. Never since the war bewail county, and larse hearted and natrintie farmers and citizens to bring it and lay it as a freewill offering on the altar of their country. It was a triumphal pro cession, more gorgeous, intrinsically than that of any conquering monarch. mi i , . . . . c - i ine waguns crowaea into tne lot ana around i. and the pile rose fast and high a magnificent monument to the generous and liberal-hearted farmers and j i r u 111' r-!fi7Pn: nnrl a. Iipacon ot horn nil irlml. ness to the soldiers' wives, who stood apart gazing in silent joy. While this proud pageant was being exhibited on the street, another scene no less creditable to those concerned was being enacted elsewhere. Large sup. plies of provisions of the most substau tiarand palatable character were depos ited at the Court House; and, under the superintendence of four of the noble bearted and patriotic ladies of the city, Mrs. Dr. Walker, Mrs. Ma or Baker, Mr, Robert Early and Miss Vu . C'chI v, sisted by the strong and willing bands ot several gentlen, four large tables were soon groaning under this roval feast pro- vided for the soldiers' friends Roast turkies, roast chickens, ro.tst beef, boiled hams, dried beef, bread, butter, ch-ese, . ' ' ' .' p.ckles w.th good, hot, genuine coffee Lf.VJvaUCU UT 11113 t ? lO 1 1 I . 1 rUHJ Oilt I - wood Houses, together with piesand , cakes for desert constituted the bill cf fare; and when the wood was principal- j unloaded, the farmers filed into the (-OUrt LtOU.5 H and arrayed themselves around the sumptuous table and ate with a pusto and an air of cheerfulness and satisfacioh that would have broken the heart of an illiberal and sortlid dispeptic with envy. The provisions were abundant, all ate. were suffi.-ed, and several baskets full ; were left. Every countenance bore the impress of glad ness and satisfaction, and not a distorted face marred the assenbly an assembly of sovereigns, who had just achieved, each, a splendid "victory, the accomplishment of a noble, generous deed When dinner was ended, .Judge Parrett was called out, and made a short, appropriate and patriotic speech, of which the following is the substance: Farmers of Vanderburgh: Cheering indeed are the circumstances under which we meet to-day. The mission up- i on which yon have engaged is a truly a ! noble one. Yourlactionsare not only emi- nently praiseworthy, as exhibiting them selves upon the right side of your coun try and government in its present perils and embarrassments, but even more nohle. as they extend themselves in the substantial benefit to those less fortnnate of your own blood and race. You have shown your faith by your works acting the part of the good Sa maritan. It is conduct on your part which above and beyond all words fixes upon yon the character of trustworthy and benevolent men, in every sense equal to the times in which yon live, and of sood, loyal citizens. It is said of an old Athenian, Diogenes, that upon one occasion he lighted a lamp in broad day light, and went through the streets of the city of Athens, peering in to the faces of every one he met, and that upon being asked the reason for his strange conduct, he replied: ul am searching through Greece to find a man." This was indeed a severe satire on the times, but if he were here to-day be need only raise his lamp and look into your faces, and for a moment contemplate the nohle deed which you have this day per formed, and then truly exclaim that he not only saw one man, but many of the noble images of the Great Deity. One word further as to the object of this display of plain good intention and genuine sympathy upon your part. It is for the wives, widows and orphans of those who, acting upon their noble impulses of patriotism, at the call of their Government went out to fight its battles. For months and years many of them have survived upon the tented field, standing by and upholding the old flag of our Union. Cheering and wel come to such must always be the news that their loved ones at home are cared for, fed, warmed and clothed. Others in battle, and by the incidents of warfare, have fallen, nobly contending for the right. Sad bereavements of this kind have been felt by most of us. And when you snail teei tnai uie uiu anu uei a ow and orphan of the dead, have, by your acts, to-dav, felt a gleam of the v . sunsnine oi nie oreaKinp; into tneir hearts aud homes, you will I know, in the generous feelings of your natures, be more than compensated for all you have doue. And now to all, permit me to say, we should not be discouraged, although fearful indeed'has been the gory tread, tread of the war-horse, yet, those who first started him upon the track are be ginning to cower and quai . at the ruins and devastations which he is spreading upon their own soil, and it will not be ioM until they will cry to have him chained up. 1 am earnestly sure that we will in ev ery proper and rightful manner at all times, stand ready to strengthen the hatiiU oi our Government, looking lor ward to the time, when through an hon orable peace, the unity and prosperity of our whole country, snail tuily compen sate for all our losses and exertions in putting down a wicked aud causeless re bellion. After the conclusion of Judge Parrett's remarks, Capt. Wm. Reavis being called upon, addressed the crowd substantially as follows: Fellow-Citizens: I am glad to have witnessed the grand procession by which the outpouring of a generous and patri otic people has been made manifest. Such a scene as this will touch the heart of every lover of his country in this com munity. Nor will the influence of this noble example stop here It will go to the front to Chattanooga, to the Poto mac, to Vicksburg, Charleston and New Orleans. And by this act of liberality here, on the part of the good citizens of Vanderburgh county, our brothers in arms who stand like a wall between us and our foes, will know there will be no suffering among the dear ones at home. I have been in front amid the roar of battle, and claim to know something i about the wants of the soldier. He does n.01 cnre "5. 1113 own sunenng. what, though a Minnie ball may crush his arm or leg, or the fragment of a shell mav tear his body until his life blood is pour ed out on the gory field. Just let him know that a generous and patriotic peo ple at home are taking good care of his wife and li:tle ones, and all will hp well i have we seen such unanimity in our cause. Uur Government has waked up ' like a sleeping lion, and is nerving for i the final struggle. And just so sure as j 1 I believe in the providence of God, and that the Great Iluler of the universe sits ; enthroned on high, just so certaiu will : we triumph at Iat. T " 1 I . n conc) Iimon, let me say to the farm uaTrbursh countv, on behalf of i ers of Van the soldiers and their families, you have our "?frUe t,,ank8 AtKf M we re?arJ your liberality as a free-will offering we i ! . . 7 . hope that He who loves the cheerful giver will shower down on you his richest vi - w"gs. And as we have be gun, let eontinue in tn.s good work Let no wkhert fam- f T7J -, '"r Lie in i.eiuiuiauic. liCi II1L Ull'll Ul all 10 m,ca 01 an derburgb county who ar anil thtM who want to v vu.u..i.ni.g, olunteer, know that it t hoy go their families w.ll be well i.i-ovi.led for - u r,r absence And ... thu good work lei ua Imvc a long pull, a strong pull, and a pu.l all together. The occasion was inspiring, and both gentlemen spoke eloquently and with much feeling, and both were frequently interrupted with warm and hearty ap- plause. Gen. Blvthe and Col. Denby were ex- I pected to speak, but were not present ! After Capt. Reavis had closed, Judge j Parrelt proposed three cheers for the! . - , r. , L n.on, three cneers for the farmers of , I QllUCtUUlU LUMUt,. .. . 1 A tUl LUCLl 3' for the ladies who had superintended the , , . dinner, all of which were given with a will and a vigor that made the walls o the Court House tremble. coiuriDutors on tnis occasion. Dome lew may have been omitted, as the throng was great, and many teams arrived while the procession was moving. Due credit will be given, as soou as the names can be 0 tlinea if an7 are omitted: C'KNTEK T0W.NSH1P. H. Stevens, 1 load of wood. Kobt Stevens, 1 load. Robert Smith, 1 load. Thomas Hayden, 1 load. Patrick Fitzwilliamt", J load. John Alcorn, 1 load. J. J. Weaver, 1 load. Edmund Hosmer, 1 load. Wm. Wright, 1 load. Conrad Smith, 1 load. John Longbine, 1 load. Charles Hornby, 1 load. Conrad Smith, sen., 1 load. J. S. Merz, 1 load. Jas. Moffatt, 1 load. Chas. McJohnston, 1 load. Fred. Steinmetz, 1 load. S. B McCutchen, 1 load. Peter Heubner. 1 load. Kinlat McJohnson, 1 load. Polar Gbuchman, 1 load. France Renmer, 1 load. Levi Hooker, 1 load. Detrich Heubner, 1 load. Wm. Linxwiler, 1 load. Gen. W. Kennedy, 1 load. J. B. Rocker, 1 load. Thomas Reed, 1 load. Arthur Inwood, 1 load. Benj. Young, 1 load. John Erskins, 1 load. Wm. Moffatt, 1 load. Henry Becker, 1 load. Fred. Vogt, 1 load. Albert Roler, 1 load. Garrett Roler, 1 load. Andrew McLain, 1 load. T. C. Fitzwillianis, I load. J. S. Hoffan, 1 load. Charles A. Paul, 1 load. Isaac Fairchild, 1 load. Charles Smith, 1 load. W Wood, 1 load Wm McCutchen, 1 load, dames Erskines, 1 load. Job Stafford, 1 load. Jacob Kunz, 1 load. A. Jones, 1 bushel of wheat John Whitehead, 1 bag of flour. KNIGHT TOWNSHIP. Johnathar Phar, 1 load. Robt. Nichols'l load. W. R Matheny, 2 loads. John Hall, 1 load. A. Knight, 1 load. W. R. Vanu, 1 load. Win. Howard, 1 load. Augustus Allen, 1 load. W. M. Knight, 1 load. Henry O. Miller, 1 load. J. S. Goodge, 1 load. Adam Wancehymer, 1 load. J. M. Terry, 1 load. W. D. Knapp, 1 load. Humphrev Barnett, 1 load. Ed. Collens, 1 load. Wilson Collins, 1 load. O. P. Aiken, 1 load. . Uil u-u4:i4. i lj E. Stumpf, 1 load. Franuis Prunt, 1 load. Frank Stroud, 1 load. Noble Rich, 1 load. Jas. Wood, 1 load. John Harper. 1 load. Win. Harper, 1 load. Jas. Harper, 1 load. J. S. Goodge. 1 sack flour. PEBBT TOWNSHIP. Michael Mutz, 1 load. Henry Kotha, 1 load. Henry Reckaforse, 1 load. Henry Wyner, 1 load. C. Shenaman, 1 load. Michael Hahn, 1 load. Sym. Watterman, 1 load. John Ruiz, 1 load. Henry Henrich, 1 load. Jacob Watz, 1 load. James Grant, 1 load. Henry Upperman, 1 load. Frederick Keck, 1 load. J. C. Long, 1 load. Jacob Hart, 1 load. Wm. Burgmeyer, 1 load. Nicholas Huck, 1 load. Wm. Kloeke, 1 load. Wendel Shure, 1 load. Fred. Knnce, 1 load. John Styiier, 1 load. John Gwann, cabbage, turnips and ap ples. newts township. A. G. Sullivan, 3 loads. W. Jacobs, I load. Thomas Smith, 2 cords. Clark Cody, 1 load. W. Scranton, 1 load. W. H. H Hopkins, 1 load. E. J. Dobell, 1 load. August Ellis, 1 load. W. A. Clark, 1 load. John Hudson, 1 load. Luke Wood, 1 load. E. S. Cody, 1 load. Jacob Lowenthal, 1 load. George Shanklin, 1 load. Early, Davis and Hall, 1 cord. J. P. Elliott, 2 hams. S. L. Almstead, 1 load. GERMAN TOWNSHIP. Thomas Crofts' 1 load wood. & S. Clark. 1 load. A. Smith, 1 load. Adam Stuppe, 1 load. George Barchett, 1 load. William Riggs, 2 loads. William Johnson, apples, flour, &c John Jervis, meat, potatoes, flour, ap ples and butter. SCOTT TOWNSHIP. J. G. Potts, 1 load. .1. W. Knowles, 1 load. John Rustou, 1 load. Jas. Maidlow, 1 load. Chas. Whitehead, 1 load. Arad McCutihen, 1 load. W. Launthaff, 1 load. Wm. Burton, 1 load. provisions reckiveo. Center Township. A. Jones, 1 bushol wheat; John Erskine, 1 bushel potatoes; Ira A. Fairchild, 1 bushel apples. German Township John Grossman, 2 bushels turnips, 1 bushel apples, 1 peck beans. i dozen cabbage; Wm. Johnson, 1 baLr tlonr, 1J bushel apples; John Jer vis, J bushel apples, 1 bag flour, 120 lbs pork, ,J lbs butter, 1 bushel potatoes, 1 peck dried peaches. hllHjht Township W m. O. Weaver, 2 bbls cabbage, 1 bid beets, 1 bbl Irish ; 1 ,,K, ; ,ushfcls 'sweet potatoes; Wm. Vann, 3 , (,ilhbage, I broom; Adam Weinsheim, 12 cabbage; J S. Goodge, I sack flour; - Wm. Harper, 1 bushel apples. Pigcon Township Kzrff & Koster, 1 khl tltn,a i kki va, i meat. John H 2 bufheja ut0 ; M. A. Lawrence, 1 bbl flour; Geo. Stack' housej ham; j p miau, 2 hams, Quartermaster t Department-Z bbls flour, 2 bags do., 3 sides bacon, 1 shoul- der bacon, 3 hams bacen, 1 pkg cheese, about 4 lbs. Thus closed one of the proudest days w nave witnessed in Evansville a day that wiu lonS e bright in the memories ot ner people. M T 8TIL" l Noy' 14' Mr. Jons Greek : We will prepare and furn uitously, any physician's pre- . , . a s:riptions for the families of volunteers who reside in this city, and who need this relief, during the winter. Broughton & Wood, Crescent City Drug Store. A Gouger. On Saturday, a man named Casper Shimmer, as we learn it, brought to town a large load of poplar wood, about one cord, which he was so licited to donate to the soldiers' families, but he refused. He was then requested to donate half the load. This he also refused, when Robert Early, Chester O. Davis and Charley Hall, clerk at the American House, made up $5 and paid him for the load and sent him into the procession. May the Lord have mercy on his stin gy, unpatriotic soul. Provisions. There were several bas kets of bread and butter, and meat and other articles of provisions left from the dinner on Saturday, which are in the hands of Mr. John Greek, the Township Trustee, which will be donated to such families a3 may make application to him to-day. Cavalry. Cap. Milner's Company of Cavalry, from Posey county, arrived yesterday, and went into Camp at the Fair Grounds. They number over 90 men and officers, and are a fine looking set of men. The Missouri Ejection. The St. Lonis Democrat of Saturday last pub lishes later and corrected election re turns, which an increase in the ma jority for the radical ticket. It foots up the entire vote at 29,379 for the ra li cal, and 28,865 for the conservative ticket. It is supposed the vote of the Missouri regiments at Little Rock will increase the radical majority by over 3,000 votes. WsS The Senatorial election in Mis souri resulted in the choice of John B. Henderson for the long, and B. Gratz Brown for the short, term. This result was brought about by a colition between the radicals and a few claybanks of a darker hue than a majority f that or. ganization. The President is highly pleased with the result. Monet Donations. In addition to the donations of wood and articles of provi sions mentioned elsewhere in this morn ing's issue, the following donations in cash have been made to John Greek, Township Trustee: W. 8. Griffith, $5 00 Charles t Battell, 2 00 A. W. Chute, , 2 00 A. Robinson 5 00 Dr. Pennington and others, 3 00 Cash . 1 00 vSff We have been asked why the German band never turns out on patri. otic occasions, such as that of Saturday We know nothing of the German Band, not even of its existence. There was over one foot of snow in the vicinity of Cleveland last Tues day. We call attention to the change in the time table of the E. & C. R. R., as published by the Postmaster this morn ing. The train leaves at the same, time, but arrives nearly an hour later. A new foot bridge has been built over the canal on Walnut street, which will prove a great convenience to persons living on that street beyond the Rhine. The Keoto, Capt. Com stock, leaves this evening at 4 o'clock for Nashville. She will take freights through at low rates. John B. Hall, at the new wharf boat, is her Agent. BST'We are authorized to state that the Steamboat Inspector, from Louisville, Ruben Dawson, will be at Evansville on or about 'the 13th inst. Those having business with him, will find him at the Washington Hou3. DIED. On Sunday afternoon, November 15th, 1803, at 3 o'clock, GEORGE ADDIE, infant son of George W. and Emily Warren, aged 6 months and IS days. The remains will lie taken to New Harmony for burial this (Monday) morning at 10 o'clock. HOME INTEI; ..... 'OS. 93L.J. T. & S. A. Coolidgo, No.'s 14 andl6 south First Street, near the Post Office, have just re ceived, by Adam A Co.'s Express, a large tock of Cloaks, of every description at reduced prices ; Dress Silks, the largest stock in the west ; Dress Goods, the choicest styles just imported ; Balmoral Skirts, that are beautiful and cheap ; Bleached Shirtings, at September prices. Prints, good and fast colors at 20c. Other goods proportionately low. novlG Iw ua.S. D. A H. W. SMITH, sole manufacturers ..f the NEW AMERICAN ORGANS with tremole attachment, finished in fifteen different styles ; elegantly polished in Rosewood for Parlor use Also, in Black Walnut and Oak for Churches, Schools, Lodges, Ac. Also, Smith's unrivalled Melodeons, warranted for five years. For sale by WARREN & CONYNGTON, oct24-fim No. 1 Main Street. Gold, Silver, Demand Notes and U. S.5-20's, Cou pons due 1st November, bought at the highest mar ket price at Copeland'rf Sav ings Bank, No. 4, First Street. The American House Still Lives ! 'Sew Improvements. Having leased the above named heuse for a term , of years, I have soared no pains or expense in j putting svary department of this popular hotel in I most perfect repair. I have also fitted np a nice j oar aajaoent to tne otnee, wnere at an times tne j choicest of wines and liquors will be kept, and a polite ana attentive man to wait upon my pattons and friends. A strict watch will at all times be kept during the night; and particular attention will be paid to guests arriving and departing on boats, both day and night. My table shall at all times be amply supplied with the best the market affords, and by strict attention to business and the wants of the public, I ho)e to obtain a large share of the public patr age, of wulcn 1 snail enaeavor to render my - if worthy. ( , ARLH Hall, Clerk . j j p,T,aBv aug6-dtf rc. fliaseb still continues to be the only ' city for the Artificial Rubber jSLVfcnfci nearly a hundred sets in the put five years, he has no hesitation in recom- j mending them as the best and cheapest material in use, being worn in the most difficult months, with comfort and efficiency. Persons Kulfering with bad fitting mettle plates are especially re quested to call at the Rooms next BittrolfT, MaiH 8treet. U. S. Pension Agency. Established by Government authority, for pro curing PENSIONS for Invalid Oflieers and Soldiers, deceased Officers' and Soldiers' Widows or Orphan Children, De pendent Mothers or Orphan.Sisters. BOUNTY AND ARREARS for Deceased Soldiers' Widows, Children, F:itli,-rs, Mothers, or Brothers and Sisters. Also for dis- j charged Soldiers, who have served two years, or oeen discharged by reason of wounds. BOUNTY LAND AND BACK PAY for Widows r other legal claimants of Soldiers of 1812, Mexicau, and other past wars. This Agency adjusts claims for parties and sol diers of Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky, in accord ance with the only forms and instructions upon which their claims are granted at Washington, and is the only Agency thus located, and solely and exclusively employed Persons writing their case plainly, and enclo sing stamp, always answered. OrFirr. Third street, near Main, Kvansvillo Iud. JOHN TENNIS, octlo Pension Agent. WILLIAM REAVIS, Attorney at Law and V. S. Claim Agent, Is authorized by the Government to procure Pen sions, liuunty Money, Back Pay, Bounty Land Claims Tor Houses and other Pboi-ebtt destroyed while in the service of the Government, and all claims, of whatever kind or nature against the United States. Bounty for Discharged Soldiers! By an amendment to the Buiinty Law, passed at the last session of Congress, "All soldiers or other persons who haee been nr stall hereafter be discharged within two jean from the date of their enlistment, by reason of wounds received in battle, shall receive the same Bounty as though they served two years.'' Offloe G5 Main Street, over Keller's Gun Store, opposite the Court House, Evansville,-Indiana. Correspondents must enclose stamps. B3Good references given If required. mh23 To Physicians. If you wish to purchase pure Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals at a Bmall ad vance on Eastern prices, go and examine K ixtr.it A White's stock, where you will find every arti cle that is nei lied by the professor, and as prices wilich cannot fail to give satisfaetion. Their ore is at Ho. m Main stivet. mav4dAwtf SPE; IAL NOTICES. Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Disease!!! I A C 4 B D. TO COSIis 'HPTIVES. Th undersigned haviug been restored to health in a frw woeks, by a very simple remsdy, after haviug suffered several years with a severe lung affection, and that dreal disease, Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he n ill send a copy of the prescription used (free ..f charge), with the direc tions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure cure for Co xsrMPTios, Asthma Booctutik, Coughs, Colds, Ac. The only object the advertise! has in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which he conceives to be invaluable; and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a Messing. Parties wish lag the prescription will please address Bsr. KDWA&9 A. WILSON, If iHlaimlnii ajs. Kings County, New York. sep.'10-:lru THK CoNl KSMjS . AND EXPERIENCE OF I Published for the benefit, and as a warning and CAUTION TO YOCNG MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Prematu.c Decay of Manhood, etc., supplying at the same time, THE MEANS OF SELF CURE. By one who has cured himself ift.-r b: ing put to great expense and injury through Bsssueal biimbii-r and ijuackary. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope siagle copies may be had of the author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esn., Bedford, Kings Couuty, N. Y. PROF. 0. i WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. This nritonishing preparation will, by Nature's own Process, Re st ore Gray ilair t o I lie Original Color. IVill m.'ike it grow on llald Heads. Will retore the Natural Secretions. AVI11 remove at once all Itching. Will resaussj aU Bsjsjili nlT Will cnrM all Eruption" even Scald Head. Will make (ha Bale Soft and CJlossy. Will preserve the Color of Hair to old Age. TVIU :uv :'.ys Fasten it, and stop it Falling. And is one of the best Toiii t Articles for th -Hair now in use. Thousands of Soldiers in the Arm Ilavti testified to the above, who had become era and lost their Hair by sickness, change of climaU and inatti-ntion, while performing camp duty. As a Restorative and dressing it has no eual. KELLER A WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Agents for Evansville. HAIR DYE! HAIll DYTT.!! Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye 7 the Best in the World! The only Harmless, True, and Reliable Dye Known. This splendid nair Dye is Perfect cbaHges Ited Busty or Grey Hair, instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural Brown, without Injuring the Hair sr Staining the Skin, leaving the Hair Sot aud Beautiful; imparts fresh vitality, frequently re storing its pristine color, ami rectifies the ill effects of Bad Dyes. The Genuine is signed WIL LIAM A. BATCUELOR, all others are mere imi tations, and should be avoided Sold by al Druggists, Ac. Factory 82 Barclay street, N. BATCHELOR'S NEW TOILET CREAM FOB DRESSING THE HAIR. iylOdwly DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS, SEMINAL UaiNABY Asn Sexual Systems. New aud reliable treatment in Reports of the HEWARD ASSO CIATION Ssut in sealed letter envelopes, fre of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association. Philadelphia, Ta. au27-3m COLLECTOR'S SALE. Collector's Sale of Real Estate for the payment of the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improve ments. VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BT Xl virtue of a precept issued by the Mayor of the City of Evansville and to me directed, 1 will sell at public auction, at the door of the Court House in isaid City, Friday, KbTefPur IT, at 10 o'clock a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Real Kstate, or so mnch thereof as may I? Decessary to pay the amount charged and assesned against said Lots re spectiv ly for the costs and expenses of making sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together witn tne costs ot sale, and tti:it tlie naid sale will be continued on the next day thereafter. t: Satur day, the 28th of Nvemlr, at 10 o'cioca a. m., at the same place for the purpose of sellingsuch prop erty as may have been soli on the day above nien oned and not paid for : UPPER ENLARGEMENT. North-east three fourths of Lot No. 10, John T. Mi ' e.in, owner, Si Ml. LAMA SCO. Lot 4, Block 130, U. Q. Wheeler, owner, ?7 50. FOCRTH ENLARGEMENT. Lot 21, block 10, G. Copelaud, owner, $7 50. Lot 22, Block 10, G. Copelaud, owner, $7 50. ST0CKWELL S ENLARGEMENT. Fractional lot 3, Block 1, A. B. Carpenter, owner, $5 57. W. G. B0EPPLE, Collector. EvansvrlR Nov. 11. 1"H3. SHIRT MANUFACTORY. J. SMITH'S SHIRT MANUFACTORY, No,8 Second. it, (in bbav's block.) S H1RTS MADE TO ORDER FROM ME AS- ready. made Shirts and Collars always on baud, and at prices that will suit the purchaser. Tnckiug and despatch. .silts. Atiching Bosoms, ftc, doue witn neatness j '"mumiot pi " .whiwi ireprvi ' ,U"J euuciia a i-uuiuimiu o, ,uc in . -u.tge n I liberally bestowed for the past five years. I oct22 J. SMITH. THE VERY LATEST B Y From New York. Arrange memr tx to Clothe Prisoners In Richmond Nomination of a Cop perhead Mayor Drafted Men to be Gathered In. New York, November 14. The Post says; The Government has authorized Gen. Neal Dow, at Richmond prison, to draw ; on General Meredith for every article of j clothing needed by the Union prisoners. inspector Boole was to-day nominated by the Tammauy Democrats. Non-reported drafted men are to be arrested immediately, and tht city is be ing placarded with posters containing their names and residences. From Baltimore. Baltimore, November 14. The Amer j ican has a special from Fortress Monroe, j wnicn says: General Lee was yesterday put on a steamer, to be sent to Fort Lafayette. Rev. 3. C. Trumbull, of the 10th Con necticut, who has been a prisoner at Richmond, was exchanged last Wednes day. He says that, two days before his leav ing Libby Prison, the officers' daily ra tions consisted of about one-third' of a pound of bran and water. No meat has been served for several days. The rebel quartermaster told the pris oners that it was not his fault thai he had none to give them. That day he had been unable to fur nish anything whatever to the prisoners on Belle Island, and that it was wi-'i the greatest difficulty he could get the small est supply of meat for the Hospitals. From Washington. Washington, Nov. 14. The Rich mond Examiner, after giving a ftate ment of the capture of two of their brig ades, says it is believed Lee expected Meade to advance, but was not prei ared for so early and vigorous an attack. It now appears that Meade can ad vance as quickly as he retreats. News from Charleston. Baltimore, Nov. 14. A gent1 man who arrived here to-day direct irom Charleston Bar, expresses great confi dence in the progress of the operations now going on there, and predicts the capture of Charleston in a few weeks. The Enquirer demands the dismissal from the army of the Brigadiers, who commanded the captured brigades, for their disgraceful negligence. The Enquirer of the 10th says there is no material change at Charleston. The Yankees keep up a continuous fire day and night, but with loss, and confi dence is as strong in Charleston as ever. A Charleston correspondent of Geor gia papers says: If the Yankees should try the strength of our land forces they will get the worst thrashing any army ever received. Every day adds to our strength while it lessens theirs. A rebels correspondent writes to the Atlanta Intelligencer from Missionary Ridge that our extreme right now occu pies London, which gives us command of the Tennessee river at that point, bringing our forces within 23 miles of Knoxville. From North Carolina. iiALEiGii, JN. C, Nov:& Weldon ad vices state that ten Yuluo Ku,.lua4o arrived at Covington on Friday, with troops. It is thought another force from Newbern Of 2,000 cavalry and 15 pieces of artillery, are designed for the same point An adequate force has been sent to check them. Important movements are expected in that direction. The enemy evacuated the fortifications in London at our ap proach. The Examiner states that 5 pieces of cannon are now planted in position bear ing on the prisoner at Belle Island, and any demonstration to overpower Jthe guard will result in thinning out their numbers amazingly. The Rebel papers have the following dispatch: Narrows, kear Dublin, Nov. 8. Our cavalry yesterday captured, at Rodgers ville, 85 prisoners, 4 cannon, 2 stands of colors, 60 wagons, and 100 animals. Our loss was 2 killed and 8 wounded Signed, R. Ransom, Maj. Gen. Klver and Weather. Pittsburg, Nov. 14 River 3 feet 9 inches by pier mark and falliug. Rain ing. Cincixnati, Nov. 14. River falling with 6 feet in the channel. Raining off and on since midnight. Thermometer 58. Barotnetcr29 IV. CLOTHING. The Best is always the Cheapest. Especially is this true af Furnishing GoccL. Gents Test ft by caliing on H. GARLIN, J. No. 8 FIRST STREET, NEAR POST-OFFICE,) EVANSVILLE, IND. IiUK UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST UK -turned from the East, where he has laid in one of the best stocks of Clothing and Gents' Fur nishing Goods ever brought to this City. My ' Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings. Ac., were selected j with an eye single to quality and style ; aud hav ing become conversant with the taste of our peo- I pie, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods j will give excellent satisfaction. Gents Furnishing Goods of every description i will also be found at my establishment such as Gloves, Hosiery, Neck-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Sus penders, Ac. My facilities for manufactnrin Clothing are excellent ; and as for Catting Gar meuts to fit no satisfaction no pay. I ask no one to take a mean fitting garment off my hands. Over-Coatings of every variety nd style will be found at my establishmaau Though it may sound unreasonable tov k Overcoats during the " heated term," we most remember that in 'peace is the time to m re for war." aud in Summer make our preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No better preparation can be. devised than the ordering of a good reliable Overcoat, sum as may oe touna at No. 8 irst street. Orders for Clothing of every description will receive the personal attention of the nndersigned, and will be promptly attended to. The motte at No. 8 is, " Promises punctually fulfilled." Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Gents will consult their own interest by examining my Goods and Prices. Remember the place Jio. 8 First Street, (near Post Office. auglS H. CARL II NOTICE. To the Ladies of Evansville and Vicinity. sunbisu is PREPARED TO DO j.m. n mo utiesi styles oi cmDroidery and Braid Stamping at her residence.Bon Second betweeu Mulbery and Gum Street. sep27-3m SEWING MACHINES. GR0VER & BAKER. Sewing Machines. The Best Machines in the Market. Th'-y have taken more Premiums than any other. They make Less Noise than any other. They Bun Easier than any other. They are kept in Order Easier than any other They make Both Stitches The Single Lock or Seam alike both sides, or the Double Lock or Graver & Baker stitch. They Enrbroider. They do all kinds of Family Sewing. They are sold on Better Terms than any other, vii : you can get either the SINGLE or DOTBLE Lock Stitch, with the privilege of exchanging any time in three mouths. Call and see Machines and Samples. W. H. TUCNEB, Stato Agent. Indianapolis, Indiana. i; s-, .A i! Agent wanted for Evansville. nov3 LYON'S COLUMN. C S3 JB B e M c- z Imt GC ft P s o ft P ft 3 ft 2. it ft p 5 s o ft ft ft ft 3D a ft OB 5' s Q B ft c ft H 35 3D 3D 3D p B 3D 90 3D p s Umm B cm ft i ft 3D P B a 5 BP P ft O 3. er p a P S a o ft Sa I ft ft 55 Q s 1 ft 3D X B P m 1 w rt) - H p a? B ft ST ft P 3D 3 1 ft ft 35 3D ft 35 SP 3D 5 ft ft B ft 8 3D ft B- B ft ft P B B B B Nail SB ft ft 7? ft B ft ft P 3D ft D as (T 3D P ft ft ft B ft B 3D S3 . B- S 3D mm O B S & 3D B- B S B ft P O ft ft n p s IssT ft ft 2 g I m. 3D 3D ft 3D p 3D P 3D ft p B P 3D tfe. Z M ft p ft P 3 53 c 3D tmm B ft 3D 3D ge 3D Bi B ft ft B 3D 2 p 3D B- ft ft B- B I' I S s p S 5" a s GOLD, N1L.VEK, Demand Notes, Rickett's and James' Checks, and ' aU other UDCUITent KlOnev bonSTt J " at the highest market value. LYON. 3QOTS & SHOES!. f o.. Retail JOealers and Manufactures of BOOTS & SHOES No. 38 Main Street EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. WE HAVE- SOW ON HAND A LABGK and well selected stock of Eastern and home made Gcods, consisting of all descriptions of Ladles', Misses', Men's and Boys' Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers, Which we offer for sale as low as any house in the city. AH our work is warranted. seplG MILLEB t CO. RAILROAD NOTICE. Onto &. Mississippi Railroad. EVANSVILLE, Oct. 80th, 1863. futil further notice, we will carry freight from the Depot of the E. A C. R. B. between Evansville and Cincinnati at the following rates per 100 lbs. : 1st Class. 2d Class. .id Class. 4th Class. GOe. 50c. 40c, 30s Flour at 60 rents per barrel. For any further information call at the office of the undersigned. . . W. C. BAEHBING, Agent. 31-lm Office No. 5 Water Street. Eransville L trawfordsvllle R. B. Co. Freight Tariff between Evansville and Cincinnati per 100 lbs. 1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class 60 60 40 30 Flour bbl. 60 Cents. Time consumed in transportation between these points is from four to five days. oct6 A. E. BHRADEB, Freight Ag't. WATCHES & JEWELRY. WATCHES AND JEWELRY, Wholesale and Retail. GEO. A. BITTR0LFF Has just opened at the old stand No. MAIN STREET one of the largest and best selected stocks of WATCHES, CLOCKS Diamond &in?s and Pint, 8ilver Ware, Silver Caps, Sonp Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Batter Knives, Childrens' Setts, &c. fte. Plated Ware, Fall Tea Sets, Castors, Pitchers, Caps, Batter Dishes, S alt-Cellars, Goblejts, Jewelry, A fall assortment of all kinds of Spectacles, Watch Materials, Watch Glasses, &c, &c. Having bought my stock for Cash, I can sell at the lowest figures for Cash. Gall and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. GEO. A. BITTBOLFF. aep5 No. 48 Main 8treet. TAKE NOTICE. rpHE FOLLOWING A RTICLES REMAINING 1 on hands in the Adams Express Office at Ev ansville, which, if not called for before the Bret day of December next, will be sold on that day at puhlic anctiou, at 10 o'clock a. m , to pay freight and charges : 1 pkg. J W Jarrett, Jarrettsville, Ind. l do, j SJobnioB, Evansville. lav, J J Kriss, do . ir. n m3mmmummmmmn Mj. 1 bx, D H Kennedv, Evansville. 2 pkgs, D B Kitchen, Polk Patch, Ind. 1 do. 51 Kruetz, Evansville. 1 do, F Kloppar, do. 2 pkgs. Col R Kirklutm, Shawneetown, Ills 1 pkg, J Lynn & Co., Lynnrille, Ind. 1 do, Samuel Listen, Evansvilie. 1 do, Andrew Langmuester, Evansville. 1 do, Dr A Mayer x Son, do. 1 do, W Muck, do. 1 bdl. Wm McClure, do. 1 keg, B Morris, do. 1 pkg, Mertius ft Kreuger, do. 1 do, W T Mounts, do. 1 bx, 8 H Menton, Carmi.llls. 1 pkg, Mrs Martindale, Newton, Jasper co. In . 1 bx, W P Morse, Evansville pkg, J W Norton. Shawneetown, Tils. 1 do, Mrs S R Neale, Evansville, Ind. 1 C bag, "Owner" Miss V H Hunter, Evansville. 1 pkg, P G O'Riley, 1 dc, Theo Pieicsh, 1 bdl, W Powers, 1 bx, 2 selves, Jonathan Parker, Rockport, Ind. 1 0 bag. A Ileasman, Evansville, Ind. 1 bdl, E PeriL-o, BoonviPe, Ind. 1 C bag, H Kk-hman, Evansville. 1 pkg, J W Spain, 1 do, C Schowenna, 1 do, M S Sanson, ' do, J Snener, 1 machine Srantlin A Co , Evansville. 1 pkg, J W Stormoant, 1 bdl, Lucy E Simmons, 1 pkg, J B Stephenson, Caseyville, Ky. 1 do, D S Anderson, Evansville. 1 gun, G u Asbcraft, 2 pkgs, D S Anderson, " 1 trunk, E Beckstein. " 1 pkg, Mr Braan. " 1 C bag, P D Bichman, 1 bx, W S Brackett, Carlo w, Ky. sa. 1 pkg, G Bowman, Evansville. 1 C bag, Henry Baldwin, Evansville. 1 pkg, C W Bradley, 1 do, Mary Bluer, " 1 do, W Bunte, Santa Clans, Ind. lbx, Fielding Calvin, Calhoon, Ky., 42d Ind. Regiment. 1 pkg, Mayer & Cohn, Evansvills, Ind. 1 trunk, W Crassland, Shawneetown, Ind. 1 pkg, S H Campbell, Oakland, Ind. 1 do, N J Cowner, 8tewartsville, Ind. 1 do, Sarah Calemberger, Henderson, Ky. 1 do, M J Carroll, Evansville, Ind. 1 do, W H Dixon, Oakland, Ind. 1 do, Jno Dal ley, Equality, Ills. 1 do, J Downend, Eldorado, Ilia. 1 casting, J S Davis, Evansville. 1 package, M Demberger, Stewartsville, Ind 1 So, E J Dobell, Evansville, Ind'. 1 do, J Emerick, 1 do, Graham 4 Bro, Phillipstown, Ind. 1 bx, S Goodman Evansville. 1 do, Jas Hopkins, Henderson, Ky. 1 pkg, Wm Uaynes, Evansville, Ind. 1 bdl, F Heranul. ' 1 pkg, Henry Hohl, Santa Clans, Ind. 1 do, Henze Evavsville, Ind. 1 casting, J M Indicutt, Evansville, lad. 1 sack, Ph Inglebrandt, ' 1 pkg. Journal Co., 1 do, G Jang, m 1 do, J J Jarret, Jarrettsville, Ind. 1 do, G Thompton. Evansville. 1 do, W H Thompson, " 1 bx, Col. Von Traboa, " 1 pkg, W W Ware Hopklnirille, Ky. 1 do. Thos Watson, Evansville, Ind. 2 do, C S Wells, do 1 trunk, J H Wilson, do 1 package, Capt E T Wallace, Eransrille, Ind 1 do, J Wise Henderson. 1 do, J P Wilson, Newburg, Ind 1 do. W J Whiting, Oynthiana, lad. 1 do, J K Weaaer, Poaeyville, Ind. ldo, P Zenthofer, Evansville. 1 pair boots, no mark. Evansville. "ovl CHAS. S. WENTZ, Agenv GROCERIES. POTTOJ TARNS 25 BAGS MATSVILLE 500's and no's ; for sale by S. GILBERT A CO., 22 No. 4 Sycamore Street . bVXTRA FLOUR 1U0 BBLS. ON CONSIGN -a ment ; for sale at a K. GILBERT ft CO.. oc No. 4 Sycamore Street. C'TAK CASOLKS 100 BOXES: FOR SAME O bv S. E. GILBERT ft CO.. Ko. 4 Sycamore Street. oc22 f tlKNAMON 2no MATS FOB SALE LOW TO V the tra-le by 8. K GILBERT ft CO., oc22 no. 4 Sycamore Street. I?RESH FIGS 600 Irums very choice qaality Jnst received by 8. E. GILBERT ft CO. ClORN BRO0M3-150 doxen iuet received aad for sale by 8. E. GILBERT ft CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street SYRUPS 12 tow by lYRl'PS 125 whole and half barrels for sale S. E. GILBERT ft CO , No. 4 Sycamore Street. SEWING MACHINES. F. M. SKLLMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN ..m.-r. Xn. 35 Min Street, will keep, as here tofore, a good assortment of Wheeler k Wilson's and li.igers Sewine Machines and Needles. Silk liu a i d. i. i oil, aad everything that la connected w:,h the nvwlaees, and will rej .-r all kind of Sew in - Mai-hirie and put on new improvements. ,"y2t r. M. SKLLMAN, Ag't. TICE. tTTE HEREBY NOTIFY ALL PERSONS indebted to us not to pay any monies due as to o. 11. Stinson, as he is not in our emplov. nov3 MORGAN. BEAD ft CO.